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wJewish Floiriclliiai m w COMBINING TTfrUB JlBWtiSilh Vfflttty 3AJL AJUAAAA. VJjuiJULy P9 VOLUME 16—No. 3 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1943 PRICE 10 CENTS SOUTHEASTERN STATES REGION OF The 1943 Conference of the _3utheastern Region, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare funds, will be held in New Orleans on February 20 and 21, it >ras announced by Donald Ober[ dorfer, Atlanta, acting regional president. Mr. Oberdorfer stated that the regional conference was planned 1 for an earlier date than usual in order that the conference program might be related to the discussions and actions of the Council DAY J. APTE A Florida Delegate to the Conference General Assembly (meeting in Cleveland on January 16-18). He further announced that in the interest of war time economy the 1943 regional conference would consist primarily of business sessions with attendance limited to delegates named by local federations, welfare funds, and community councils. "All our federations and welfare funds will have to cope with new problems in 1943, as the war effort imposes ever greater strains on resources of manpower and money," said Mr. Oberdorfer. "We shall have to make decisions on war chest rejoinder, to relate our service programs and welfare fund budgeting to new developments in the national field, to take added responsibility for soldier welfare, to adjust our local and regional activities .to changing conditions. "These are common problems which require joint thinking and planning; no one of our communities can afford to remain isolated. The conference will provide the needed opportunity to review and discuss local programs in relation to war conditions." Mr. Oberdorfer announced the appointment of the conference program committee as follows: Co-chairmen Isaac Heller and David Fichman, New Orleans; Day Apte, Tampa; Rabbi Stanley Brav, Vicksburg; S. M. Brooks, Little Rock; Clarence Elsas. Atlanta; Fred Goldner, Nashville; Rabbi Emil Leipziger, New Orleans; Mrs. W. Lichtenfels, Asheville; Bernard Lobman, Mantgomery; F. Strauss, Monroe. The Southeastern States Region of the Council includes the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. R'lUllI R' MAKING PLANS FOR;JEWISH ORDERS DRIVE FOR FUNDS TO UNITY MEET1 Formally announced this week j was Stanley C. Myers' acceptance of the chairmanship of the 1943 Greater Miami Jewish Federation Campaign. This announcement and final reports of the Campaign Planning Committee set Federation's staff to preparing campaign data and paraphernalia. Campaign dates have not been announced. The campaign planning committee, appointed several months ago by Ben Bronston, president of Federation, and Stanley C. Myers, chairman of its board, met weekly until the first of the year when it completed its task. Composed of leaders experienced in the various fields of campaign technique and direction, the committee outlined the campaign in all its phases. The selection of a chairman to head the forthcoming drive was its major task and accomplishment. Faced this year with unusual and abnormal conditions. Federation found many of its leaders out of town with defense projects and in serving with the armed forces. Others of its (CONTINUED ON PACE I) Washington ( W N S ) — B'nai B'rith has invited representatives of the major national Jewish membership organizations in the United States to a preliminary conference at the William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh, Saturday evening, January 23, and Sunday, January 24, to consider what steps should be taken to bring about some agreement on the part of the American Jewish community with respect to the post-war status of Jews and the upbuilding of a Jewish Palestine. Announcement of the conference was made here by Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith, who extended the invitation to 32 national membership organizations. Each organization invited was asked to designate from one to three representatives to the conference. In explaining the purpose of the conference, Mr. Monsky said: "American Jewry, which will be required, in large measure, to assume the responsibility of representing the interest of our people as the Victory (CONTINUED ON PAGE S) Harold Cohen of Jacksonville, Florida, will be the successor to William I. Boxerman as Florida Regional Director oi the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. it was learned here today* Mr. Cohen for the past several years has been managing editor of the Jacksonville Journal, a prominent daily of that city. He has taken an active part in civic affairs and Jewish life of Jacksonville. Mr. Cohen, since the inception of the regional office, directed much of the ADL work in the northern part of the state, together with Mr. Boxerman. JEWS ON ROSTOV AND STALINGRAD FRONTS: EYEWiTNESS TELLS OF CRIME E TO MEET JIN. M Sunday, January 24th, at 11:00 a. m. in the Talmud Torah of Beth David synagogue, Sidney Lefcourt, chairman of the Baron deHirsch Loan Fund, appointed by Rabbi Max Shapiro, president, will present for discussion and adoption their recommendation for revision and liberalization of BARON deHIRSCH MEYER Whose Initial Gift Formulated the Present Fund the loan fund program. Other members of the committee are Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal and Joseph I. Lipton. The Baron deHirsch Loan Fund of the Jewish Welfare Bureau was originally created to serve residents of Miami who were in need of a small loan in order to either retain the small business they were operating or help in opening a small business venture. There were no other agencies or facilities where this type of client could apply other than the Baron deHirsch Loan which operates on a non-profit basis and makes loans without interest. From time to time the original by-laws and functions of this fund were amended by its trustees. The directors of the Jewish Welfare Bureau re-evaluating its program of relief and services has proffered the re-evaluation of the loan fund program at this time. Kuibyshev (WNS)— With three Russian armies driving rapidly towards Rostov, Nazi military authorities in that key Soviet city have begun a mass execution of all Jews in the city, it was reported here this week by Major Krastokin on the basis of information given him by captured Nazi troops. Nazi prisoners informed the Russian commander that Jews in Rostov were being rounded up and taken to a large building on Engels Street where they were electrocuted. The victims of the massacre included women, children and the aged among the Jewish population. Major Krastokin charged that the Nazis had conducted mass executions and other atrocities against the Jews before retreating from Stalingrad. Mass executions of Jews were reported to have taken place in all Russian villages recently retaken by Soviet troops. Before leaving a village, the Nazi troops would seize the Jewish leaders in the community and execute them, it was reported. This is the story of the lone survivor of the Kupishak massacre: "Shortly after the Germans entered Kupishak they rounded up 15 of the prominent citizens of the town, including a 40-year-old Jewish lawyer. Meyer Davidson. One morning a few weeks later the Nazi soldiers came to summon the entire population—Jews and non-Jews to gather in an old Jewish synagogue. Most of the hundreds of people who assembled there were Jews, as Kupishak had a very large Jewish population. 'When they entered the synagogue they saw the 15 hostages surrounded by Nazi guards. The Nazi commander then told the asblago that several hundred metres of telegraph wire had been destroyed the previous evening and that unless the perpetrator of the sabotage surrendered the hostages would be shot. He gave the people 10 minutes to decide. "As the minutes went by and the silence remained unbroken, the commander turned to Davidson and said: 'You're a good lawyer and orator; speak to them and save your life.' Whereupon Davidson ascended to the pulpit of the synagogue and speaking with great difficulty, because most of his teeth had been broken by the Nazis, told his audience; 'Brothers, the fate of all oppressed nations is always everywhere bound up with the fate of the struggle for democracy and freedom. We will die, but our people shall live because freedom shall live. I don't wont to buy my life at the expense of treason .. .' "At this point a bullet from the Nazi commander's gun cut short Davidson's address and he dropped to the floor dead. The shot from the commander's pistol was the signal for the soldiers to turn their machine guns on the crowd. When they had finished practically everyone in the synagogue was dead. That night, after dark. I and three others who had only been wounded, slipped out of town and crept to the woods. My three companions died of hunger and loss of blood, but I managed to reach a guerrilla detachment." REV. MISHANSKL TRAINING IS OPEN ZIONIST LEADER AND GIVEN FREE AND ORATOR. DIES FORWAR WORKERS New York (WNS)—The Reverend Zvi Hirsch Masliansky. who played an important role in the development of the world Zionist movement, died this week at his home, 4800 Fourteenth Avenue, Brooklyn. He was 87 years old. For the last 70 years he had been famous throughout the Jewish world as a Yiddish and Hebrew orator of extraordinary talent, possessed of a dramatic forcefulness that led American newspapers to describe him in his younger days as the "Henry Ward Beecher of the Jews." Born on May 16, 1856 in the Russian town of Sludsk, in the province of Minsk, Rev. Masliansky began his career as a teacher in the Jewish schools in that and other towns. His imaginative and dramatic grasp of the Bible and his love and mastery of the Hebrew language produced a great and lasting influence on his pupils, among whom was Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) Manpower and womanpower is badly needed at present for war production jobs. Training for war production jobs is being given free under the supervision of the State Department of Education and the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. No doubt many persons in the community would like to avail themselves of this opportunity U> fill the many openings in all classes in operation. Training war production workers is now available in the following fields of work: Aircraft mechanics, aircraft engine mechanics, aircraft sheet metal, aircraft instruments, aircraft welding, boat building, Diesel engine mechanics, electric welding, ship steel metal, machine shop, power machine operating, precision lens grinding, radio operating. These classes run 48 hours per week and operate around the clock. These courses are from (CONTINUED ON PAGE 1) &**49 %  %  %  MMMal QWMIflM4MflMHiaMUInBM8M&Jfli "^ %  %  —*" ***"



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PAGE TWO +Jewistifk>rkflan FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1943 Social • • Personals Clubs • • Organizations Mrs. Maurrce Corenblum of A dinner and entertainment Birmingham. Ala., arrived here sponsored by the Pioneer Wothis week to visit her son-in-law men's organization No. 2. will and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Sam take place at the Labor Lyceum. Silver. 120 S. E. 13th street. Mi25 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. am ^ ; Sunday evening, starting at 6 a • o'clock. I. Widenfeld will render Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rothberg : several vocal selections and cornhave as their house guest, Mrs. H. mu nity singing will be particiRothbcrg of Marcus Hook. Pa., pd t e d in by those present, led by mother of Mr. Rothberg. • • • Sam Lobel is recuperating at hi* Miami Beach home from an attack of pneumonia. a newly formed chorus of the group. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Rose Marcus, assisted by Mrs. Edelman, Mrs. Hentman, Mrs. Schwartz, Mrs. Friedman and Mrs. Ratner. The Miami AZA chapter held their annual election of officers recently. Teddy Sakowitz and Leonard Oxenburg were reelected to the offices of Aleph Godol and Aleph Mazkir. Others chosen to serve the group include Bob Shandloff, Leonard Covan. Rubin Smulin, George Bernstein, Seymour Shenkman and David Springfield. Mass.. is the guest of Lt. Arthur M. Kahn. signal corps, Langley Field, Va., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Kahn, 1523 West Ave., is home on furlough for a week. • • • Mrs. Harry A. Goodman of her sister and mother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin, Flamingo Drive, Miami Beach. • • • The hnth miluh of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Feinstcin, Dec" irmarriage"'ofTheir'daugh-! l y34 T S -, W ^rd street, took place ter. Charlotte, to Ensign Elbert J Jackson Memorial Hospital Goldweber. U. S. N. R.. son of Wednesday morning with Rabbi Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Goldweb-1 S M MachtcM officiating. er. 221 Jefferson avenue. Miami Beach, in New Orleans. Pollock. A farewell party is planned for the many members who are entering the service. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Silver-, New Orleans. La., announce the Mrs. Louis Gadon will leave January 16th for Des Moines, Iowa, where she will receive her training for active duty with the WAAC. Watchmakers, Jewelers and Optical Supplies at Wholesale Manufacturing, Repairing and Engraving for the Trade W. A. KIRKHAM JEWELER and OPTICIAN Prescriptions Filled NOW LOCATED AT 201 Shoreland Bldg. Ph. 2 4647 119 E. Flagler St. Francis B. Locke, of the Miami Daily News, will be guest speaker this Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Spinoza Forum meeting under the canopy on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 124 11th street. Miami Beach. The topic of Mr. Locke's address will be "Are We Retreating from the Four Freedoms?" All are welcome. • • • Abraham Cohen, 70, of 305 Jefferson avenue, Miami Beach, died Monday in a Miami Beach hospital after an illness. He came here from Pittsburgh, Pa., 19 years ago. He leaves two sons, !Sam and Ben Cohen, both of MiI ami Beach. Funeral services were I conducted Tuesday in Riverside Memorial Chapel by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff with burial in Miami Jewish cemetery. MRS. J. GERALD WOLFSON whose marriage was an event of last Sunday at the home of her brother. She was the former Mac> Cohn. A. MJksdt 6. Rvlenthcd announces the removal of his offices from the duPont Building to 1105 Huntington Building TELEPHONE 2-4819 PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY Miss Frances Badanes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes. left January 11 for Daytona Beach to be inducted into the W. A. A. C. • • • The Daughters of Israel held a very successful bridge party at the Sea Breeze Hotel Tuesday afternoon. The organization is raising funds for the erection of a Women's Club building and ritualarium on their lot at Alton Road and 2nd street. Those interested in joining the list of charter members may communicate with Mrs. A. R. Berow. president. 1012 3rd street. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Satin have as their house guest Mr. Satin's father. Joseph Satin of Averne. Long Island. • • • The International Relations Discussion Group of the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women, will meet Tuesday, January 19. at 10:30 a. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach. The subjects for discussion will be: "Growing Interdependence of Nations." "The Hague Tribunal." "The League of Nations." The International Labor Organization" and "The World Court." The subjects will be presented by Mrs. Z. I. Sabskin. Mrs. A. Laufer. Mrs. Harry Marcus. Mrs. W. I. Feuer, and Mrs. H. Barnhard. A general discussion by members will follow. Members and friends are invited. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gluck, formerly of 734 S. W. 7th Street, are now located in their new home, 2475 S. W. 17th avenue, where they will be glad to greet their friends. • • • The men's and women's chapters of the Miami Beach Mizrachi met in joint session Sunday evening. Funds were raised for the Palestine Mogen David. Plans for a Chamisho Ossor B'Shvat (New Year of Trees) celebration to be tendered Jewish service men at the Beth Jacob Service Club on Wednesday night, January 20, were made. The Mizrachi is also enrolling the names of children for whon their parents will plant J. N. F. trees in Palestine in celebration of this Palestinian tree-planting day. Those who wish to add the names of their children to this list may i communicate with Henry Wasserman, president, or with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of the Beth Jacob synagogue. • • • Mrs. Yetta Zwicker. 64. of 304 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, died at her home early Saturday morning after a brief illness. She came here four years ago from New York city. She is survived by her husband. Max Zwicker. of Miami: three sons. Sydney and Jack of Miami, and Philip of New York; one daughter. Mrs. Sam Green of Verona. N. Y.: two brothers. Herbert and Jack Scher of Miami. Her body was sent to New York Sunday morning by the Gordon Funeral Home for services and burial. WluUl/ouBtuflOiUt WAR BONDS A scout car is a low-slung motor car armored with heavy steel plate, used to transport troops from one point to another. It is of low silhouette and gives protection against machine gun and other ground Art. A scout car costs $5,000. You and your neighbors Joining together can buy one of these vehicles for the Ordnance Department of our army with your purchase of War Bonds. We need hundreds of them and need them quickly. Put at least ten percent of your wages or income into War Bonds every pay day and help your fellow Americans top the War Bond Quota in your county. U.S.IrtmnOtfmimm Ruin Your Table! 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FRIDAY JANUARY 15. 1943 +Jewlsii ncrkttan PAGE THREE DRIVE FOR FUNDS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) leaders were busy in volunteer defense work and War Chest activity. Mr. Myers was prevailed upon by it to accept this responsibility despite his important participation in the forthcoming War Chest campaign. The prom; ise of unstinted cooperation of Greater Miami's Jewish leaders, after this War Chest campaign in Jwhich Greater Miami Jewry will take an active part, played an important role in his decision. \ The Federation Annual Campaign, since its inception four years ago, conducted its drive Jfce early part of January. This year, in deference to the War Khest Campaign to be held Feb, jruary 1-8, and its importance in ^'waging a successful drive in the present war emergency, Federation campaign dates were postponed until after the War Chest drive has completed its efforts. This also gives the entire Jewish community and its leaders an opportunity to devote themselves to this drive. A resolution by the board of directors of Federation was passed pledging allegiance to the drive and lending their untiring efforts to make the War Chest campaign a deserving success. ORDERS Aircraft mechanics, aircraft engine mechanics, aircraft instruments, machine shop. James T. Wilson, superintendent of public instruction of Dade County, urges individuals to participate in this all important program, with both a patriotic and i personal gain Doint of view. FROM THE OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION RATION DATES (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) l\l >ll It i ii ii
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 15, 1943

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00726

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Succeeded by:
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wJewish Floiriclliiai m
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VOLUME 16No. 3
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
SOUTHEASTERN STATES REGION OF
The 1943 Conference of the
_3utheastern Region, Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
funds, will be held in New Or-
leans on February 20 and 21, it
>ras announced by Donald Ober-
[ dorfer, Atlanta, acting regional
president.
Mr. Oberdorfer stated that the
regional conference was planned
1 for an earlier date than usual in
order that the conference program
might be related to the discus-
sions and actions of the Council
DAY J. APTE
A Florida Delegate to the
Conference
General Assembly (meeting in
Cleveland on January 16-18). He
further announced that in the in-
terest of war time economy the
1943 regional conference would
consist primarily of business ses-
sions with attendance limited to
delegates named by local federa-
tions, welfare funds, and com-
munity councils.
"All our federations and wel-
fare funds will have to cope with
new problems in 1943, as the war
effort imposes ever greater strains
on resources of manpower and
money," said Mr. Oberdorfer.
"We shall have to make decisions
on war chest rejoinder, to relate
our service programs and wel-
fare fund budgeting to new de-
velopments in the national field,
to take added responsibility for
soldier welfare, to adjust our lo-
cal and regional activities .to
changing conditions.
"These are common problems
which require joint thinking and
planning; no one of our communi-
ties can afford to remain isolat-
ed. The conference will provide
the needed opportunity to review
and discuss local programs in re-
lation to war conditions."
Mr. Oberdorfer announced the
appointment of the conference
program committee as follows:
Co-chairmen Isaac Heller and
David Fichman, New Orleans;
Day Apte, Tampa; Rabbi Stanley
Brav, Vicksburg; S. M. Brooks,
Little Rock; Clarence Elsas. At-
lanta; Fred Goldner, Nashville;
Rabbi Emil Leipziger, New Or-
leans; Mrs. W. Lichtenfels, Ashe-
ville; Bernard Lobman, Mant-
gomery; F. Strauss, Monroe.
The Southeastern States Region
of the Council includes the states
of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida,
Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi,
North Carolina, South Carolina,
and Tennessee.
R'lUllI R'
MAKING PLANS FOR;JEWISH ORDERS
DRIVE FOR FUNDS TO UNITY MEET1
Formally announced this week j
was Stanley C. Myers' acceptance
of the chairmanship of the 1943
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Campaign. This announcement
and final reports of the Campaign
Planning Committee set Federa-
tion's staff to preparing cam-
paign data and paraphernalia.
Campaign dates have not been
announced.
The campaign planning com-
mittee, appointed several months
ago by Ben Bronston, president
of Federation, and Stanley C.
Myers, chairman of its board, met
weekly until the first of the year
when it completed its task. Com-
posed of leaders experienced in
the various fields of campaign
technique and direction, the com-
mittee outlined the campaign in
all its phases. The selection of
a chairman to head the forthcom-
ing drive was its major task and
accomplishment. Faced this year
with unusual and abnormal con-
ditions. Federation found many of
its leaders out of town with de-
fense projects and in serving with
the armed forces. Others of its
(CONTINUED ON PACE I)
Washington ( W N S ) B'nai
B'rith has invited representatives
of the major national Jewish
membership organizations in the
United States to a preliminary
conference at the William Penn
Hotel, Pittsburgh, Saturday eve-
ning, January 23, and Sunday,
January 24, to consider what
steps should be taken to bring
about some agreement on the
part of the American Jewish
community with respect to the
post-war status of Jews and the
upbuilding of a Jewish Palestine.
Announcement of the confer-
ence was made here by Henry
Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith,
who extended the invitation to 32
national membership organiza-
tions. Each organization invited
was asked to designate from one
to three representatives to the
conference. In explaining the
purpose of the conference, Mr.
Monsky said: "American Jewry,
which will be required, in large
measure, to assume the responsi-
bility of representing the interest
of our people as the Victory
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
Harold Cohen of Jack-
sonville, Florida, will be
the successor to William
I. Boxerman as Florida
Regional Director oi the
Anti Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith. it was
learned here today*
Mr. Cohen for the past
several years has been
managing editor of the
Jacksonville Journal, a
prominent daily of that
city. He has taken an
active part in civic affairs
and Jewish life of Jack-
sonville. Mr. Cohen, since
the inception of the region-
al office, directed much of
the ADL work in the north-
ern part of the state, to-
gether with Mr. Boxerman.
JEWS ON ROSTOV AND STALINGRAD
FRONTS: EYEWiTNESS TELLS OF CRIME
E
TO MEET JIN. M
Sunday, January 24th, at 11:00
a. m. in the Talmud Torah of
Beth David synagogue, Sidney
Lefcourt, chairman of the Baron
deHirsch Loan Fund, appointed
by Rabbi Max Shapiro, president,
will present for discussion and
adoption their recommendation
for revision and liberalization of
BARON deHIRSCH MEYER
Whose Initial Gift Formulated
the Present Fund
the loan fund program. Other
members of the committee are
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal and Jo-
seph I. Lipton.
The Baron deHirsch Loan
Fund of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau was originally created to
serve residents of Miami who
were in need of a small loan in
order to either retain the small
business they were operating or
help in opening a small business
venture. There were no other
agencies or facilities where this
type of client could apply other
than the Baron deHirsch Loan
which operates on a non-profit
basis and makes loans without in-
terest.
From time to time the original
by-laws and functions of this
fund were amended by its trus-
tees. The directors of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau re-evaluating
its program of relief and services
has proffered the re-evaluation
of the loan fund program at this
time.
Kuibyshev (WNS) With three
Russian armies driving rapidly
towards Rostov, Nazi military au-
thorities in that key Soviet city
have begun a mass execution of
all Jews in the city, it was re-
ported here this week by Major
Krastokin on the basis of infor-
mation given him by captured
Nazi troops.
Nazi prisoners informed the
Russian commander that Jews in
Rostov were being rounded up
and taken to a large building on
Engels Street where they were
electrocuted. The victims of the
massacre included women, child-
ren and the aged among the Jew-
ish population.
Major Krastokin charged that
the Nazis had conducted mass ex-
ecutions and other atrocities
against the Jews before retreat-
ing from Stalingrad. Mass ex-
ecutions of Jews were reported
to have taken place in all Rus-
sian villages recently retaken by
Soviet troops. Before leaving a
village, the Nazi troops would
seize the Jewish leaders in the
community and execute them, it
was reported.
This is the story of the lone
survivor of the Kupishak massa-
cre: "Shortly after the Germans
entered Kupishak they rounded
up 15 of the prominent citizens of
the town, including a 40-year-old
Jewish lawyer. Meyer Davidson.
One morning a few weeks later
the Nazi soldiers came to summon
the entire populationJews and
non-Jews to gather in an old
Jewish synagogue. Most of the
hundreds of people who assem-
bled there were Jews, as Kupi-
shak had a very large Jewish
population.
'When they entered the syna-
gogue they saw the 15 hostages
surrounded by Nazi guards. The
Nazi commander then told the as-
blago that several hundred me-
tres of telegraph wire had been
destroyed the previous evening
and that unless the perpetrator
of the sabotage surrendered the
hostages would be shot. He gave
the people 10 minutes to decide.
"As the minutes went by and
the silence remained unbroken,
the commander turned to David-
son and said: 'You're a good law-
yer and orator; speak to them
and save your life.' Whereupon
Davidson ascended to the pulpit
of the synagogue and speaking
with great difficulty, because
most of his teeth had been brok-
en by the Nazis, told his audience;
" 'Brothers, the fate of all op-
pressed nations is always every-
where bound up with the fate of
the struggle for democracy and
freedom. We will die, but our
people shall live because freedom
shall live. I don't wont to buy
my life at the expense of treas-
on .. .'
"At this point a bullet from the
Nazi commander's gun cut short
Davidson's address and he drop-
ped to the floor dead. The shot
from the commander's pistol was
the signal for the soldiers to turn
their machine guns on the crowd.
When they had finished practic-
ally everyone in the synagogue
was dead. That night, after dark.
I and three others who had only
been wounded, slipped out of
town and crept to the woods. My
three companions died of hunger
and loss of blood, but I managed
to reach a guerrilla detachment."
REV. MISHANSKL TRAINING IS OPEN
ZIONIST LEADER AND GIVEN FREE
AND ORATOR. DIES FORWAR WORKERS
New York (WNS)The Rever-
end Zvi Hirsch Masliansky. who
played an important role in the
development of the world Zion-
ist movement, died this week at
his home, 4800 Fourteenth Ave-
nue, Brooklyn. He was 87 years
old. For the last 70 years he had
been famous throughout the Jew-
ish world as a Yiddish and He-
brew orator of extraordinary tal-
ent, possessed of a dramatic
forcefulness that led American
newspapers to describe him in his
younger days as the "Henry Ward
Beecher of the Jews."
Born on May 16, 1856 in the
Russian town of Sludsk, in the
province of Minsk, Rev. Maslian-
sky began his career as a teach-
er in the Jewish schools in that
and other towns. His imaginative
and dramatic grasp of the Bible
and his love and mastery of the
Hebrew language produced a
great and lasting influence on
his pupils, among whom was Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, president of
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
Manpower and womanpower is
badly needed at present for war
production jobs. Training for
war production jobs is being giv-
en free under the supervision of
the State Department of Educa-
tion and the Dade County Board
of Public Instruction.
No doubt many persons in the
community would like to avail
themselves of this opportunity U>
fill the many openings in all
classes in operation. Training war
production workers is now avail-
able in the following fields of
work:
Aircraft mechanics, aircraft en-
gine mechanics, aircraft sheet
metal, aircraft instruments, air-
craft welding, boat building, Dies-
el engine mechanics, electric
welding, ship steel metal, ma-
chine shop, power machine oper-
ating, precision lens grinding, ra-
dio operating.
These classes run 48 hours per
week and operate around the
clock. These courses are from
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 1)
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1943
Social

Personals

Clubs

Organizations
Mrs. Maurrce Corenblum of A dinner and entertainment
Birmingham. Ala., arrived here sponsored by the Pioneer Wo-
this week to visit her son-in-law men's organization No. 2. will
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Sam take place at the Labor Lyceum.
Silver. 120 S. E. 13th street. Mi- 25 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
am^ ; Sunday evening, starting at 6
a o'clock. I. Widenfeld will render
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rothberg : several vocal selections and corn-
have as their house guest, Mrs. H. munity singing will be partici-
Rothbcrg of Marcus Hook. Pa., pdted in by those present, led by
mother of Mr. Rothberg.

Sam Lobel is recuperating at
hi* Miami Beach home from an
attack of pneumonia.
a newly formed chorus of the
group. Chairman of the affair is
Mrs. Rose Marcus, assisted by
Mrs. Edelman, Mrs. Hentman,
Mrs. Schwartz, Mrs. Friedman and
Mrs. Ratner.
The Miami AZA chapter held
their annual election of officers
recently. Teddy Sakowitz and
Leonard Oxenburg were reelect-
ed to the offices of Aleph Godol
and Aleph Mazkir. Others chos-
en to serve the group include Bob
Shandloff, Leonard Covan. Ru-
bin Smulin, George Bernstein,
Seymour Shenkman and David Springfield. Mass.. is the guest of
Lt. Arthur M. Kahn. signal
corps, Langley Field, Va., the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Kahn,
1523 West Ave., is home on fur-
lough for a week.

Mrs. Harry A. Goodman of
her sister and mother-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin, Fla-
mingo Drive, Miami Beach.

The hnth miluh of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Feinstcin,
Dec" irmarriage"'ofTheir'daugh-!ly34TS-,W ^rd street, took place
ter. Charlotte, to Ensign Elbert J Jackson Memorial Hospital
Goldweber. U. S. N. R.. son of Wednesday morning with Rabbi
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Goldweb-1 S- M- MachtcM officiating.
er. 221 Jefferson avenue. Miami
Beach, in New Orleans.
Pollock. A farewell party is
planned for the many members
who are entering the service.

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Silver-,
New Orleans. La., announce the
Mrs. Louis Gadon will leave
January 16th for Des Moines,
Iowa, where she will receive her
training for active duty with the
WAAC.
Watchmakers, Jewelers and Op-
tical Supplies at Wholesale
Manufacturing, Repairing and
Engraving for the Trade
W. A. KIRKHAM
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Prescriptions Filled
NOW LOCATED AT
201 Shoreland Bldg.
Ph. 2 4647 119 E. Flagler St.
Francis B. Locke, of the Miami
Daily News, will be guest speak-
er this Saturday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the Spinoza Forum
meeting under the canopy on the
lawn of the home of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson. 124 11th street.
Miami Beach. The topic of Mr.
Locke's address will be "Are We
Retreating from the Four Free-
doms?" All are welcome.

Abraham Cohen, 70, of 305 Jef-
ferson avenue, Miami Beach, died
Monday in a Miami Beach hos-
pital after an illness. He came
here from Pittsburgh, Pa., 19
years ago. He leaves two sons,
!Sam and Ben Cohen, both of Mi-
I ami Beach. Funeral services were
I conducted Tuesday in Riverside
Memorial Chapel by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff with burial in Miami
Jewish cemetery.
MRS. J. GERALD WOLFSON
whose marriage was an event of
last Sunday at the home of her
brother. She was the former
Mac> Cohn.
A. MJksdt 6. Rvlenthcd
announces the removal
of his offices from the duPont Building to
1105 Huntington Building
TELEPHONE 2-4819
PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
Miss Frances Badanes, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ba-
danes. left January 11 for Day-
tona Beach to be inducted into
the W. A. A. C.

The Daughters of Israel held a
very successful bridge party at
the Sea Breeze Hotel Tuesday
afternoon. The organization is
raising funds for the erection of
a Women's Club building and rit-
ualarium on their lot at Alton
Road and 2nd street. Those in-
terested in joining the list of
charter members may communi-
cate with Mrs. A. R. Berow. pres-
ident. 1012 3rd street.

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Satin
have as their house guest Mr.
Satin's father. Joseph Satin of
Averne. Long Island.

The International Relations
Discussion Group of the Miami
Section National Council of Jew-
ish Women, will meet Tuesday,
January 19. at 10:30 a. m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach. The subjects for
discussion will be: "Growing In-
terdependence of Nations." "The
Hague Tribunal." "The League of
Nations." The International Labor
Organization" and "The World
Court." The subjects will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Z. I. Sabskin. Mrs.
A. Laufer. Mrs. Harry Marcus.
Mrs. W. I. Feuer, and Mrs. H.
Barnhard. A general discussion
by members will follow. Mem-
bers and friends are invited.

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gluck,
formerly of 734 S. W. 7th Street,
are now located in their new
home, 2475 S. W. 17th avenue,
where they will be glad to greet
their friends.

The men's and women's chap-
ters of the Miami Beach Mizrachi
met in joint session Sunday eve-
ning. Funds were raised for the
Palestine Mogen David. Plans
for a Chamisho Ossor B'Shvat
(New Year of Trees) celebration
to be tendered Jewish service
men at the Beth Jacob Service
Club on Wednesday night, Jan-
uary 20, were made. The Miz-
rachi is also enrolling the names
of children for whon their par-
ents will plant J. N. F. trees in
Palestine in celebration of this
Palestinian tree-planting day.
Those who wish to add the names
of their children to this list may i
communicate with Henry Was-
serman, president, or with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff of the Beth
Jacob synagogue.

Mrs. Yetta Zwicker. 64. of 304
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, died
at her home early Saturday morn-
ing after a brief illness. She
came here four years ago from
New York city. She is survived
by her husband. Max Zwicker.
of Miami: three sons. Sydney and
Jack of Miami, and Philip of New
York; one daughter. Mrs. Sam
Green of Verona. N. Y.: two
brothers. Herbert and Jack Scher
of Miami. Her body was sent
to New York Sunday morning by
the Gordon Funeral Home for
services and burial.
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You and your neighbors Joining
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January 16-19
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PAGE THREE
DRIVE FOR FUNDS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
leaders were busy in volunteer
defense work and War Chest ac-
tivity. Mr. Myers was prevailed
upon by it to accept this respon-
sibility despite his important
participation in the forthcoming
War Chest campaign. The prom-
; ise of unstinted cooperation of
Greater Miami's Jewish leaders,
after this War Chest campaign in
Jwhich Greater Miami Jewry will
take an active part, played an
important role in his decision.
\ The Federation Annual Cam-
paign, since its inception four
years ago, conducted its drive
Jfce early part of January. This
year, in deference to the War
Khest Campaign to be held Feb-
, jruary 1-8, and its importance in
^'waging a successful drive in the
present war emergency, Federa-
tion campaign dates were post-
poned until after the War Chest
drive has completed its efforts.
This also gives the entire Jewish
community and its leaders an op-
portunity to devote themselves to
this drive.
A resolution by the board of
directors of Federation was
passed pledging allegiance to the
drive and lending their untiring
efforts to make the War Chest
campaign a deserving success.
ORDERS
Aircraft mechanics, aircraft en-
gine mechanics, aircraft instru-
ments, machine shop.
James T. Wilson, superintend-
ent of public instruction of Dade
County, urges individuals to par-
ticipate in this all important pro-
gram, with both a patriotic and
i personal gain Doint of view.
FROM THE OFFICE OF
WAR INFORMATION
RATION DATES
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
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a,&uv\acnece 9-2664
in Miami, Florida
SUN-RAY PARK
HEALTH RESORT
ESTABLISHED IN 1938
APPROVED SANITARIUM
With Cheerful llolrl Atmosphere
For Rest. Conlescent. Chronic
and Acute Medical Cases
Qraduate Nursing and Dietetic Staff
Resident Physician. Complete Physical
Therapy. Four Acrea Landscaped
Qrounds. Sports, Recreations.
A W. ELLIS Pres.
3 W. PLATIN. MD. Med. Dlr.
115 S. W. SOth Court. Miami. Florida
Phone 4-1659
21 last
coupon i
4 cou-
COFFEE: Coupon No. 28 be-
came valid Jan. 4, will be good
for 1 pound of coffee until Feb. I
8. Do not attempt to use ration |
book issued to a child of 15 years |
or under. Check will be made
when book No. 2 is issued.
SUGAR: Coupon No. 10 good
for 3 pounds of sugar through
January 31.
GASOLINE: January
day for using number 3
in "A" books. Number
pon becomes valid Jan. 22. Hold-
er of B or C book that expires
in January may get renewal
form now.
January 31 last day that Tern-'
porary "T" coupons will be is-
sued directly by rationing boards.
Beginning Feb. 1 "T" ratiorts will
be issued on the basis of ODT:
Certificates of War Necessity..
Fanners should see county agents
about extra gasoline.
TIRES: Motorists must have |
auto tires inspected by Jan. 31.
FUEL OIL: Period 2 coupons
still good for 10 gallons each. Pe-
riod 3 coupons have been cut to
9 gallons each. Period 2 coupons
good through January 26. Period
3 coupons good through Feb. 19.
Period 4 coupons become valid
Feb. 6. Period 3 coupons usable
now.
RATION BOOK 1: Jan. 15
last day to obtain Book 1. Must
have Ration Book 1 to get Ration
Book 2.
Peace Conference, must be ready
to voice the judgment of Ameri-
can Jews, along with that of the
other Jewish communities of the
free countries, with respect to the
post-war status of Jews and the
upbuilding of a Jewish Palestine, i
"Every thoughtful Jew inter- j
ested in the present critical situa- [
tion with which we are confront-1
ed, must be profoundly con-'
cerned with the distressing con-1
flicts which threaten to impede \
concerted action. The purpose of j
the conference' is to bring togeth- [
or the representatives of major |
national Jewish membership or-
ganizations in order that they may
consider what steps should be
taken to bring about some agree-
ment on the part of the American
Jewish community."
IBS IS OPEN
GIVEN FRFF
FOR I
Send worn furs to Fur Vest
Project. 135 W. 26th St.. New
York City. They will be used to
line jackets for seamen.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
eight to twelve weeks in length.
In order to be eligible for enroll-
ment in the above mentioned
classes it is necessary that you
be 18 years of age and that you
register with the nearest office
of the United States Employment
Service and that you request
them to refer you to the training
program. Trainees in the above
program are not paid while they
ure in school.
In addition to the above pro-
gram this school has recently
been accredited as an approved
training program for the Army
Air Corps in the following courses
of training:
Dr. Barnett R. Brickner, Cleveland,
Ohio, newly appointed associate
chairman of the Committee on
Army and Navy Religious Activi-
ties of the National Jewish Welfare
Board.
Girls who wish to become
nurses may write for information
to Student Nurses. Box 88. New
York City.
REV. 1SLIAHY,
ZIONIST LEADER
AND ORATOR. OIES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
the Jewish Agency for Palestine
and the World Zionist Organiza-
tion.
With the early growth of the
Zionist movement in the 80's and
90's of the last century, Maslian-
sky became one of the move-
ment's most powerful propagand-
ists, travelling from town to
town in eastern Russia, and win-
ning tens of thousands of con-
verts to the idea of the Jewish na-
tional renaissance in Palestine. In
1881 he was a co-founder of the
first Zionist society in Russia,
which was known as the B'nai
Zion. Under constant surveil-
lance because of his sharp though
hidden criticisms of the auto-
cratic Czarist regime. Masliansky
was suddenly arrested in 1895 and
given 24 hours to leave Russia.
Travelling through Europe he
spoke with great effect to audi-
ences in France, England, Belgi-
um and Germany. In 1896 he
settled in the United States..
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REGULAR BUS ROUTES
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are now operating across Venetian Cause-
way between Miami and Miami Beach
Several months ago the Office of Defense Transportation
requested that these lines use the shorter route via Vene-
tian Causeway because of the saving in gasoline and
tires which will be effected. The Supreme Court of Florida
has removed the last legal barrier to this operation.
Now Service Men. defense workers and civilians using
Beach Bus Routes "S" and "M" will get better service and
will save 5 minutes time between Miami and Miami Beach
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I WANT MY MILK
Gas masks which came into use
In warfare for the first time when
the Germans used poison and mus-
tard gas In World War I, are much
improved today over those used
then. The Chemical Warfare Branch
of the War Department issues these
gas masks to every man in the serv-
ice. We are taking no chances
The type pictured here if the
"can" and "elephant nose" mask
and costs about $9.25 each. The
headgear is transparent, made of
material resembling cellophane and
does not cloud with the breath. You
can buy two of these gas masks with
the purchase of an $18.75 War Bond.
We need thousands of them. Don't
fail to give at least ten percent of
your income every pay day for War
Bonds. Buy them at your bank or
postomce. regularly.
And Be Sure It's
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VOLUME 16 NUMBER 3
NAZI LOOT
The government of 17 United Nations and
the French National Committee joined in a de-
claration last week pledging to restore to the
rightful owners all property and wealth confis-
cated by the Nazis and their Axis partners in
the occupied countries. While the joint de-
claration did not specifically meinton Jews in
connection with the Axis looting, officials of the
State Department in Washington declared that
all peoples in the occupied countries whose
properties had been seized by the Nazis would
benefit from the new declaration.
It was made clear that the consifacted pro-
perty would be returned to their former owners
regardless of whether it was acguired by the
Nazis "legally" or not. In not all instances did
the Nazis resort to outright plunder, robbery
and murder to gain control of desired property.
Freguently they passed laws entitling them to
"Aryanize" property belonging to Jews, or used
coercion supported by the threat of a concen-
tration camp to persuade a Jewish business
man to sell his enterprises to the Nazis at ridic-
ulously low prices. The United Nations are
aware of Hitler's strategy, and they are now
on record as determined to return all of the
Nazi Fuehrer's loot
For some unannounced reason, however,
the pledge to restore the confiscated enter-
prises does not apply to Germany or Italy
only to the occupied countries. Surely, the
Nazis who impoverished German Jewry, seiz-
ing all shops, factories, commercial houses,
publishing enterprises, amusement places, etc.,
will not be permitted to retain their ill-gotten
gains after the war. The joint declaration, it
seems to us, should be supplemented to cover
confiscated wealth in the native lands of Naz-
ism and Facism.
"We are not fighting the Axis as a test of
military strength any more than one prizefight-
er fights another as an academic test of who is
the better fighter We are fighting for a spe-
cific stakethe greatest stake ever put up in
any fight in the history of the world. That
stake is peace, not for twenty-five years but for
a century; that stake is security, not for a few
people for a short time but for all people for a
long time."Arthur Hays Sulzberger, presi-
dent, New York Times.
SHAPE OF THE HEAD
There is a reason when we think a lot about
the children. Take that little child of yours.
It resembles you, you say, and the Missus
says, it resembles her.
You are both rightbut it resembles some-
one else also.
Who else, you ask?
It resembles your Uncle Sam
That at least was the contention of Prof.
Franz Boaz, foremost authority on anthrop-
ology who has just died.
Prof. Boaz made measurements of the Cran-
ial shape of immigrants to America and of the
children of immigrants and he proved, by
measurement taken on the East Side of New
York, that the cranial measurements of the
children were affected by the dominant pat-
terns of the environment, that is, to say, that
Jewish children born in America were apt to
have heads more characteristically American
than those of their immigrant sires. This was
merely a dramatic demonstration of what in
general all of the studies of Prof. Boaz proved,
namely, that race differences were largely
speaking, environmental differences.
Born in Germany, and steeped in German
science. Prof. Boaz nevertheless was a tower-
ing force, exposing the hollowness of the Nazi
race theories. He demonstrated that there is
scarcely to be found a pure race, that the Lar-
ger the group, the more questionable the racial
purity of the group
As to the pure Germanic race. Prof. Boaz
demonstrated that this was pure nonsense
that the Germans were a very much mixed
people.
The Nazi did not go in much for culture ex-
cept for that distorted offshoot, marriage of a
thousand errors and fallacies, called Nazi cul-
ture. The one science which they did exalt
was the science of raceand that too they dis-
torted so that "any resemblance with the truth
was purely coincidental."
The science of race instead of proving the
superiority of one race to another proves in
fact, just the contrary. There are no great dif-
ferences of original endowments between the
races, although there may be considerable be-
tween individuals. Every race can point to
its beacon lights who have contributed signal-
ly to history.
The science of race actually is a demon-
stration of the democratic theory.
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
yjUdctiy ecHvfldenUai
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
IN THE MAILBOX
Mr. Fred K. Shochet, Editor.
The Jewish Floridian.
Miami. Florida.
Dear Mr. Shochet:
I have read with regret the edi-
torial entitled "Can't Hurt." re-
lating to the local Zionist Dist-
rict, in your issue of Friday. Jan.
8th. I feel that the editorial re-
quires a reply in order to correct
some false impressions which may
be gained therefrom. Your edi-
torial makes the following state-
ment: "At election time, the ap-
pearance of a regional represen-
tative and the occasional meeting
caused by national pressure has
been the program agenda of the
local Zionist District." Most peo-
ple reading this statement, with-
out knowledge of the facts, would
come to the conclusion that the
officers of the local Zionist Dist-
rict accepted their office merely
for the honor, without any inten-
tion of carrying out the program
which the duties of their office
required. Since the finger of crit-
icism would be pointed most
strongly toward the President. I
feel it proper to make a reply,
since I served as President of the
local Zionist District during the
past year. Officers of an organi-
zation should always be amen-
able to criticism, and I certainly
feel that I can take it. but I think
that criticism should be construct-
ive.
I was elected on October 30,
1941. The following meetings
were held: Dec. 3, Hotel Evans,
Miami Reach, with program in-
cluding a debate on the subject.
"Resolved, that no American Jew
should be a Zionist"; Jan. 7, 1942.
Hotel Evans, with program in-
cluding a Zionist 'Information
Please"; February. 1!)42. when
membership was requested by
letter to attend lecture at Temple
by the well known author. Mau-
rice Samuel, who we thought
would spc-ak on a subject of inter-
est to all Zionists; March 4. 1942
when program included an inter-
esting discussion by the well
known lecturer and former edi-
tor of National Geographic Mag-
azine, the Hon. Joe Mitchell Chap-
pie, who gave his impressions
gained through travels in Pales-
tine; April. 1942. when a meeting
at Hotel Evans featured an ad-
dress by Judge Louis Levinthal.
President of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America. We sponsored
a "Zionist Night" at the syna-
gogues and temples in the Great-
er Miami area on December 26th,
when the rabbis of the various
congregations spoke on the sub-
ject of Zionism. I served as sec-
retary of the local Zionist Council
comprised of the various Zionist
groups in the Greater Miami area,
including Senior Hadassah. Pio-
neer Women, Mizrachi, Masadah,
and others, and attended about
fifteen meetings of this Zionist
Council in an effort to help co-
ordinate the efforts of the vari-
ous Zionist groups locally. As
I you will remember, I also wrote
| a few articles for your valued pa-
per about the Zionist movement
and its activities, in an attempt
to stir up some enthusiasm in the
community foi its ideals. I list
these events of the past year, not
for the purpose of securing any
credit for our activities, but to
bring home the point of this re-
ply. Each one of these events
was duly publicized. There was
a fair attendance at some of these
meetings by TOURISTS, but on-
ly a handful of Miami and Miami
Beach residents were present.
For the meetings when the pro-
gram included Hon. Joe Mitchell
Chappie, we sent out 500 letters
and spent half a day calling peo-
ple on the telephone requesting
their presence, and the grand at-
tendance as a result of these ef-
, forts was not exceeding ten peo-
ple. With these facts in mind,
would it not have been more
proper for you to direct your crit-
icism toward those in our com-
munitly who showed such a com-
plete lack of interest in the ideals
of a movement which you would
like to see succeed? In other
words, is it not appropriate for us
i to ask the question "Was you
, there. Charlie?" and to take a
sentence from the New Testament
which fits the situation perfectly
are we not entitled to sav that
, He who is without sin amongst
you, cast the first stone."
I am not proud of my admin-
istration of the local Zionist Dis-
^'^ ff the past year! more
should have been accomplished.
But in all sincerity, I say that
the apathy and lack of coopera-
tion by many of those who should
have been interested in the suc-
; cess of this great movement, con-
tributed greatly to our failures.
Probably I should have continued
to schedule monthly meetings,
and arrange fine programs there-
for, even though only a handful
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FORESEEN
Pierre van Paassen's war prediction for 1943 is that Hitler
will loose an all-out spring offensivea peace drive pos-
sibly to be launched through Spain or Italy Should this
fail he will, in a last desperate gamble, make a gigantic as-
sault on the British Isles ... 1943 will, largely because of that
peace offensive, bring the acid test of the morale of the de-
mocracies, declares Van Paassen, adding that just before or
immediately after the winter of 1943-44 Hitler's home front
will crumble Speaking of forecasts, our own Chief Cab-
balist reminds us that he has always claimed that this year
5703 would be a "year of exile," and events in Nazi-occupied
Europe do seem to be bearing him out The C. C. adds
that we should look out for the month of Adar, when, he
claims, "the presumptuous will be brought low" Then
there's Dr. Nahum Goldman, who's not at all happy about the
accuracy with which a prophecy he made a year ago was
fulfilledbut he does feel that the Yiddish newsmen who at
the time called him unduly pessimistic should now admit that
he was right For what Dr Goldman predicted a year ago
was that a million or more Jews would die in Europe in 1942.
THIS AND THAT ....
New Yorkers interested in the civilizations of ancient As-
syria, Babylonia and Egypt in their relations to the Bible
have the opportunity to hear a course of lectures on this sub-
ject by Dr. A. S. Yahuda, the noted scholar who is on the fac-
ulty of the New School for Social Research This series
will be followed by another course of lectures on Islam and
Arab civilization Best-seller among the dozens of colored
picture magazines published for the kiddies these days is a
new one, called "Picture Stories from the Bible" Ben
Hecht is writing a special dramatic spectacle for a Madison
Square Garden mass meeting to be held under the auspices
of the Committee for a Jewish Army Milton Mayer, who
achieved such notoriety with his Saturday Evening Post
article on the Jewish question, recently published a piece in
a Western paper against the Jewish Army project His ar-
gument was that all Zionist leaders oppose the plan.
REPORTAGE ....
Anti-Semitism is on the rampage in Kings County, New
York And its active agents sneak around almost invisibly
on rubber soles No publicity and no organizational set-up
but they use the pincer strategy against Jewish storekeepers
by applying a quiet yet terribly efficient boycott Those
who are organizing this squeeze movement are getting plenty
of money from some very wealthy and "respectable" citi-
zens The textbook Commission to Eliminate Anti-Semitic
Statements from American Textbooks, of which Kenneth Les-
lie is the chairman, will soon be making the headlines .
The Committee of Jewish Writers and Artists is launching a
campaign that will mobilize outstanding intellectuals for the
building up of American-Russian friendship Minor mys-
tery of the Jewish National Fund banquet to its president. Dr.
Israel Goldstein, a couple of weeks ago: What did Dr. Gold-
stein whisper in Irving Berlin s ear after the composer an-
nounced that he was going to sing his new hit, "I'm Dreaming
of a White Christmas?" Anyhow, after hearing what Dr.
Goldstein had to say, Irving sang not the announced piece,
but another one of his hits, "God Bless America."
ARTISTS ....
The late Enrico Glicenstein, who was killed by a taxi a
couple of weeks ago, had not been in a happy frame of
mind His huge new statute, "National Defense," was on
exhibit, and those in charge had given it a most undignified
place in a shadowy hall It's true that, after representa-
tions by some of Glicenstein's friends, the statute was moved
to a better locationbut the sculptor felt very much hurt, and
the blow to his prestige constantly weighed on his mind .
Arthur Szyk, the great satirist and miniaturist whose paintings
are among the most trenchant commentaries on the war, is
now exhibiting sixty-six canvases at the Seligmann Galleries,
New York Szyk is the hardest-working artist we know .
He gets up at five in the morning, and works straight through
till four in the afternoon "I've enlisted for the duration" is
the way he puts it.
FROM LANDSMANN TO LANDSMANN___
When the Theatre Guild production of "The Russian Peo-
ple was being tried out in Washington, Soviet Ambassador
Litvinov invited the cast to the Embassy for refreshments .
An actor by the name of Sheengold-a son-in-law of the late
Jacob P. Adler. incidentallyhappened to mention to the
ambassador, who hails from Bialystok, that another Bialy-
stoker. playwright Ossip Dymow, was at that moment ill in
J n ^' LitViDV' Wh to a areat adm Dy
SffiZZ3, 7S'w?8 ,orry to hear thi8'and askod Sh~*-
gold to convey to the playwright his best wishes for a speedy
K2E7 T* 1>6r80nal giit QS Wel1^ ^kag. of aromatic
"Wn(fl J 2J" proved effective, and Dymow is now
Sarn* ,h^S ^ 2 u^ ^ WOn't feel ,0 *d when he
oTZ 22 ftSH*1 has been unable to eniY ^e gift,
as his physician still does not permi, him to smoke
ABO W PEOPLE_____
Command JFHre UfSfS in hereabouts of Lieutenant-
Commander Edward Ellsberg, naval salvaae exoert who did
some spectacular work for the navy back KToSta5
an aenve duty again a, his_old task Only mis time he's
(CONTINUED ON PAOE )
4


FRIDAY JANUARY 15. 1943
JewisiinorkUtui
PAGE FIVE
With the Houses of Worship
FRIDAY EVENINGS at 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 tha Synagoguas. 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. 2-1473
MAX BHAPIRO. Rabbi
Reeldence Phone. 2-2178
Mrs. Louis Margullea Reporting
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
(GATES OF JUSTICE)
li4 S. W. Third Street
Miami. Florida
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. lth St. Ph. 2-7745
KAHHI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.O.
Rabbi Emeritus
69S6 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Bear-h Ph. 6-1205
RABBI COUIAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 L*Oorce Drlce. Miami Reach
Phone S-173S
Sisterhood Sabbath
Late Friday evening services
will be conducted at 8:15 by the
officers of Beth David Sister-
hood. Mrs. Harry Oliphant, pres-
ident, will speak briefly on Sis-
terhood activities, and the follow-
ing officers will participate. Mrs.
Jack August, Mrs. George Gold-
berg, Mrs. Edward Friedman,
Mrs. S. M. Goodman, Mrs. Nor-
man Jacobs, Mrs Elix Hinkes,
Mrs. Hyman Sootin and Mrs. Da-
vid Washer. Mrs. Max Shapiro
will discuss the subject, "Jewish
Women in Action." Cantor Louis
Hayman, assisted by the boys and
girls of Beth David choir will
chant the liturgic melodies.
A reception will follow imme-
diately after the services.
Sabbath Services
Regular Sabbath services will
begin at 8:30 and the Junior con-
gregational services at 10:30.
In Memorium
The following Yahrzeiten of be-
loved ones whose names are in-
scribed on our Book of Life, and
whose Yahrzeiten occur this com-
ing week, will be mentioned from
the pulpit during the services this
Friday night:
Leah Raezel, mother of H. Ray-
vis; Yosef, in memory of Jo-
seph Aaronson; Yehudel Felvel,
father of Louis Weinkle; Moshe
Zaev, son of Louis Markowitz;
| Glicka, mother of Hillman Yitch-
cock, father of Mrs. David Brown,
and Dovid, in memory of David
Afremow.
Book Review
The first of a series of book
reviews for the winter months to
be given by Rabbi Max Shapiro,
and being sponsored by Beth Da-
vid Sisterhood, will take place
this Monday evening, January
18th at 8:15 o'clock at the Beth
David auditorium. "The Raft"
and "They Were Expendable" are
the books to be reviewed Mon-
day. The series of four reviews
are $1.00 or 35 cents for each re-
view. Tickets can be obtained
same evening. Please remember
Monday evening, January 19th at
8:15 at the Beth David auditori-
um.
Regular Meeting
Regular meeting of the Sister-
hood will be held Wednesday af-
ternoon, January 20th at 2 p. m.
at the Beth David auditorium.
Important data will be presented
for your approval. A guest speak-
er will be heard; refreshments
will be served. Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant, president, expects to see
all members and friends at this
meeting on Wednesday, January
20th at 2 p. m.
Red Cross Sewing
Classes for sewing for the Red
Cross will be held at the Beth
David Talmud Torah every Tues-
day an Thursday from 10 a. m. to
4 p. m. under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Sam Dickson. All lad-
ies are asked to help in this
worthwhile cause.
Bridge
Remember, January 27th, after-
noon and evening, for bridge and
man jongg. Mrs. Isidor Cohen is
chairman of the affair.
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.
Children of the Talmud Torah
take part in these services.
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
The Ladies Auxiliary of our
congregation will hold a regular
meeting at the synagogue, Wed-
nesday, January 20th at 2 o'clock.
The package party held last
week saw a very large turnout
despite the gas ruling. A large
sum of money was realized to-
wards the upkeep of the organiza-
tion. H. M. Drewich auctioned
the packages which were the ad-
mission to the affair. The entire
gathering expressed pleasure at
the evening's program and re-
freshments. Mrs. Ida Buckstein,
president, and Mrs. Max Kupfer-
stein were hostesses for the eve-
ning. Assisting them were Mrs.
Morris Rappaport, Mrs. B. Soko-
loff and Mrs. D. Kleber.
Mrs. S. Stone, active member of
the organization, purchased the
privilege of dedicating two beau-
tiful pulpit menorahs, placed
there through the efforts of Max
Kupferstein.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st Street, Miami Beach
Phone 58-1961
K. M. MACMTHI, Rabbi
1450 S. W. 17th Terrace, MUmU
Phone 2-257*
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX
590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami. Fla.
LEWIS C1REEN. Sexton
1441 S. W. Fifth Street
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, January 15th.
8:15 o'clock Rabbi Zwitman will
preach on "A Rejoinder of 823
American Rabbis. A reception,
under Sisterhood sponsorship,
will follow the services. The mu-
sical service will be presented by
the Temple Israel choir, under
the direction of Frances Tarboux.
Sabbath Morning Service
Members of the confirmation
class assist in conducting the ser-
vice, and it is most important
that they be encouraged through
the example of elders in attend-
ance at the morning services.
The Sabbath morning service
is preceded by confirmation class
sessions from 10:00 to 11:00 a. m.
Congratulations
Heartiest congratulations are
hereby extended to three families
in the Temple membership, on the
occasion of the birth of Susan
Jean Zeientz: To her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Myron S. Zeientz;
to her maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Kahn; to
her paternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Zeientz. Mr. Zei-
entz is a past president of the
Temple and a member of the
board of directors.
Friday Evening Receptions To
Honor Happy Occasions
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael, under whose sponsorship the
receptions of Friday evenings, af-
ter the services, are tendered,
has announced a new policy for
the year 1943.
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, Sister-
hood president, and Mrs. Adolph
Wertheimer, reception chairman,
invite members of the congrega-
tion and Sisterhood to make hap-
py occasions truly significant by
tendering the Friday evening re-
ception in honor of an event, or
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Sabbath Services
At the 8:15 service tonight,
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak
on "Tell It To Your Son." A so-
cial period will follow. Mrs. H.
M. Barg, Mrs. Ann Jeffers and
Mrs. I. S. Perse will act as host-
esses. Cantor Julius Rosenstein
has prepared a special Sabbath
chant for tonight's service.
"Men Only" will be the subject
of Rabbi Machtei's sermon at
the 9 o'clock service tomorrow
morning. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Lobel will be hosts at the kiddush
following the morning service
and at Se'udah Shlishis following
the Mincha services.
Adult Classes
The adult class in Jewish Sci-
ence will meet at 11 a. m. on Sun-
day. Rabbi Machtei will discuss
"Domestic Happiness."
Siyum Hatorah
The Hoscholoh Vesiyum Hator-
ah of the first new Sefer Torah
at Beth Sholom Center will take
place at 7:30 p. m. on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perell, 4484
Royal Palm avenue, donors of the
Scroll, will make the presenta-
tion. Alfred B. Rosenstein, pres-
ident of Beth Sholom, will accept
for the congregation. Cantor
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BETH JACOB CONG
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 6-1323
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
821 Lenox Ave. Ph. 5-7131
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
141 r. Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4732
Services
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
was unanimously elected as spir-
itual leader of our congregation
at a unique board meeting held
last week. It was unique in the
fact that by previous congrega-
tional decision all persons attend-
ing the board meeting had the
privilege of voting. Plans for the
future activity of the congregation
are now being outlined and will
be announced shortly.
Daily and Shabbos services are
held regularly with Rabbi Rack-
ovsky addressing the congrega-
tion Saturday morning.
Meeting
A regular meeting of the con-
gregation will be held this com-
ing Tuesday evening with mem-
bers of the Sisterhood invited.
The bi-annual election of direc-
tors will take place. The date of
this meeting is January 19 and it
will start at 8 o'clock promptly.
Bikur Cholim
We wish a speedy recovery and
the continued enjoyment of good
health to Louis Block and Mrs.
Goldie Mandril.
YESHIVA CENTER
lit: Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
M. FRIEDMAN
Practical Hebrew Teacher
120 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9026
Beoinneri to Talmud
Individual Instruction
Special Attention to Bar Mitxvaha
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, located at 846 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach, conducts daily ser-
vices each week day at 8 a. m.
and Saturdays at 9. Evening ser-
vices at 6:30. Sholash Sudas on
Saturday afternoon. Rabbi J.
Shulman will address the gath-
ering.
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Services will be held Friday
at 6:30 p. m. and Saturday at 9
a. m. and 5:30 p. m.
Jacob L. Andron, president of
the congregation, will speak dur-
ing the Saturday morning ser-
vices.
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.
Dr. Samuel Bension will speak
on "Heart Petrification" at the
services on Friday, January 15th
at 8 p. m. Cantor Abraham D.
Wolf and the Center choir will
conduct the services.
Bar Mitzvas
At the services Saturday. Jan-
uary 16th at 10 a. m. Lawrence
Levin and Irwin Savitz will be
confirmed with impressive cere-
monies. Dr. Samuel Bension will
speak on "Children Who Ask and
Those Who Tell Their Parents."
A reception in honor of the con-
firmants will be held at the con-
clusion of the services.
Oneg Shabbos
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lipman will
be hosts at the Sabbath joy so-
cial Saturday, January 16th at 6
p. m. Service men especially are
cordially invited. Civilians, both
men and women, are welcome.
Refreshments are served and a
fine program of community sing-
ing is presented.
Social Community Hour
Every Saturday at 8 p. m. is
good fellowship hour at the Cen-
ter Social Hall. Admission and
refreshments are free. A pleas-
ant and enjoyable evening is as-
sured.
Service Men Entertainments
and Dances
Service men are the distin-
guished and welcome guests of
the Center every Tuesday eve-
ning in the Center Social Hall.
We are sincerely grateful to the
charming and gracious young la-
dies who help us regularly in
making these social affairs a
source of plesaure to the men in
uniform. More volunteers are
necessary to act as dance part-
ners. Admission and refresh-
ments are free and young ladies
are urged to give us their cooper-
ation.
Friday Night Forum
"Victory Over Winter" will be
the lecture topic by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff Friday night. Cantor
Mamches will lead in congrega-
tional singing. The service be-
gins promptly at 8:30 and ends at
9:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services
An early Sabbath service has
been introduced. It begins at
7:30 a. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
preach on "A Dying Generation"
during the 9 o'clock service.
Allan Kessler will become bar
mitzvah at the services. A re-
ception will follow.
Shalosh S'oodoss will be held
at 6:30 p. m. A special Shalosh
S'oodoss spread is arranged for
the service men by Mrs. Ethel
Schaffron.
Religious School
Mrs. L. Brooks has been added
to our Sunday morning faculty to
take the place of Mrs. S. Schoen-
brun who has moved to Palm
Beach. Children between the
ages of 4 and 17 will find classes
for children of their age in our
Sunday sessions. Registration at
10 a. m.
Membership Meeting
At a regular membership meet-
ing held last Thursday the Beth
Jacob congregation pledged it-
self to cooperate with the Jew-
ish Education Association both as
to the incorporation of our Tal-
mud Torah into this Greater Mi-
ami Education System and in
pledging the sum of $1,000.00 to-
wards its first year's budget.
A quarterly financial report
was presented. Congregational
problems were discussed. Re-
freshments were served in a so-
cial hour held after the business
meeting.
Sisterhood Meeting
Over a hundred women attend-
ed the Sisterhood membership
meeting held Monday afternoon
at the home of Rabbi and Mrs.
Mescheloff. A delightful pro-
gram was presented. Refresh-
ments were served by a large
committee of hostesses.
Chamisho Ossor Celebration
The Beth Jacob Service Club
will present a special Chamisho
Ossor program for our service
men on Wednesday night, Janu-
ary 20th, under the sponsorship
of the Miami Beach Mizrachi.
A special program will be pre-
sented during the Talmud Torah
hours on Thursday.
Mazul Tov
We congratulate Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore A. Gulkis, (nee Harriet
Silverman) who were married
Sunday afternoon at the home of
our rabbi.
Congratulations to Cecil A.
Gotkin and Miss Blanche Rich-
mond, joined in marriage Tuesday
afternoon in our community
building.
Vale of Tears
Our deepest sympathies are ex-
tended to the bereaved family
and friends of the late Jack Gold-
berg, and to the mourning family
and friends of the departed Abra-
ham Cohen. Funeral services
were conducted by our rabbi, as-
sisted by our cantor.
May the Almighty console the
mourners in their bereavement.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1943
Tidbits from Everywhere
"HP VENETIAN BRIDGE
IS
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salvaging scuttled Axis ships in
an African harbor Due to tour
South America this year on a pQr lh(1 fjrsl tjm(> m Greater
good will mission is Virtuoso Ye- Mi;imj transportation history,
hudi Menuhin. who will let his I pubiic buses are now operating
violin speak to our good neigh- between Miami and Miami Beach
bora in the international language I over th(1 Venetian causeway.
of music Albert Lasker, who ^ Transportation needs between the
just retired from the advertising Bo;K,h and main|and over this
business, is slated for a lug job route has h(,(,n M.rv,.(1 |,v s,.(ian
m Washington The Jabloner jlIll(,v gervjce S1IUV Ihl. causeway
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at the ceremony will he the col-
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fellow members of the
Gri at. r Mi.,mi Rabbinical A
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M ix Shapiro, Rabbi M
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S Dubbin, I). Diebman, B. Rimer,
Tobin, Julius Rosensti in,
and Mr. and Mrs A B. Prankel.
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honor .if their 39th wedding an-
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toasted and Mr, Camille Baum
the presentation speech ten-
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friends of the Zinnamons. Israel
delivered an original hu-
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B Appel, Sisterhood officer and
hoard secretary, has returned
from a short visit to New York
'" better health and spirits than
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*'.Jewisli tk*kttan
PAGE SEVEN
PALLOT RETURNS
FROM DISTRICT
MEET IN ATLANTA
I. Albert Pallot returned to the
fcity Thursday after attending the
meeting of the executive commit-
Ttee of the Fifth District B'nai
B'rith held in Atlanta. Mr. Pat-
riot, a member of the executive
[committee for the past two years,
*will deliver a report of the con-
ference at a meeting of Sholem
Lodge in the near future.
The body recommended that
during the present emergency
State conventions should be held.
District convening is in doubt for
lite duration. Stress was placed
upon the War Service Work pro-
fam now in action by the B'nai
'rith and the importance in
lodgo participation and the com-
pletion of collection of $1.00 per
member to make this program
possible. The Wider Scope pro-
gram, consisting of ADL, AZA,
Hillel and Vocational Guidance
received attention in the discus-
sion.
Richard Gutstadt, executive di-
rector of the Anti-Defamation
League, made the principal ad-
dress.
KEY WEST NOTES
Services are held regularly ev-
ery Friday evening at Bnai Zion
synagogue at 8:00 o'clock. Mem-
bers of the armed forces stationed
here take an active part in the
services. Refreshments are served
in the vestry rooms at the con-
clusion. Rabbi Lasarus Lehrer,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, is in charge of the activities
and assists the service men.
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This is the tenth year the Pres-
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Mrs. Morris Sheir was hostess
it a card party given Sunday
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was Mrs. Mary Schrebnick visit-
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service stationed on the Beach,
and Leon Gruncr of Lake Worth
who visited with Mr. and Mrs
Sam Sable.
Dr. Barney Blicher, local dent-
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enter the armed forces. Mrs.
Blicher will remain here for the
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of local people would attend. Of
the 44 new members ontalned for
the local Zionist District during
the past year, 30 were obtained
by the writer, Louis Heiman. and
11 by that ardent Zionist worker,
Louis Gordon. Forty-one out of
44 new members obtained by two
people! Where were the others
at that time who now so loudly
bemoan the "deep state of leth-
argy during which the local Zion-
ist District spends most of each
year?" I accept your criticism in
good spirit but I make the point
again: "Would it not have been
more constructive criticism to
take some of those to task who
have been somewhat interested in
seeing the Zionist movement suc-
ceed, but have done nothing
about it."
With Zion's greetings, I am
Very truly yours.
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has reached the Joint Distribution Committee. Reports from abroad
stale that the Nazi Nuremberg anli-Jcwih laws are about to be applied
in unoccupied France. Until Hitler marched into that area, the Joint
Ii -11 I>i 11<> i Committee li.nl carried on a large-scale program of relief
and emigration assistance on behalf of 70.000 Jewish refugees there.
Though the J.D.C., as an American organization, cannot continue to
operate in occupied territory, local Jewish committees in France are
carrying on relief work by borrowing what thej need on the spot, lb*
J.D.C. has promised to repay the loans after the war.
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice ia hereby Riven that the un-
dersigned, desiring <" engage In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
FLAMINGO COFFF.F. <"<>., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Ifcule County.
Florida.
N. W. BBOAIi
1/15-22-29 2/5-12
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO! MIMIKI.I, JOSEPH DAVIS. Ad-
dress 1'nknown.
You are hereby notified that a
Kill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you in the Circuit
Court of the eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit In and for Dade County. Flor-
ida, wherein Nora Davis Is Plaintiff
and Morell Joseph Davis Is Defend-
ant, and you are hereby required to
file an appearance In such proceed-
ings on or before Monday, February l.
A. 1). IMS, in default of which the
Kill will be taken as confessed against
you.
DATED this 30 day of December.
A. D. 1942
K I! DEATIIF.RMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
(seal)
Ily WM. KIRTI.F.Y.
Deputv Clerk
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/1.8-16-22-29
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY <;IVKN that
JOS'EPH HHIUJCII is engafced In
business under tin- fi< titlous name of
ZION Food CENTERGROCERY
i >i:i'!' at H2:i Washington Avenue.
Miami Beach. Florida, and intends to
reglriter said fictitious name In the
office of the Clerk Court of Dad.' County. Florida.
JOSEPH KHKIJCH
Sole Owner
fJEt >ROE CMF.UTKOF
Attorney for Applicant
22-28 2/5-12
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TAX DEED
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File A 5577
NOTICE IB HEREBY OP/EN that
Jacob E, Mosnat hoid.r of Stats and
County Tax Certificate No. 13x42
Issued the 3rd day of June, A D. 1840,
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon Said Certificate em-
ina.es the following described prop-
erty In the County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wit:
It 30. Block 1. Silver ltiuff 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 Monday in the
month of March. 1943, which Is the 1st
dav of March. 1943
Dated this nth day of January. 1943.
10. 11 UEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By U M. Johnson. D. C.
1/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
11TII JlDICIAI, CIRCUIT OF
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No. 76906
MARCARET THOR8EN CUNTON.
Plaintiff
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I>efendttnt
DIVi IRCE
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TO MR. GREGORY CLINTON.
ADDRESS UNKNOWN.
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the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida. In Dade County, on or before the
1st day of February, 1943, to a Bill of
Divorce brought against you by
MARGARET THOR8EN CUNTON.
otherwise a decree pro oonfeSM will
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This order shall be published in
the Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper In
Dade County. Florida, once a week
for four (4) consecutive weeks.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thle 18th
day of December, 1942.
B. It I.EATHERMAN
As Clerk of said Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
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PAGE EIGHT
B'nai B'rith
Notes
By Paul Weitxman
Once a month, every member
of B'nai B'rith receives a copy
of its National Jewish Monthly
in the mail. How many dump it
into the waste basket without an-
other glance? How many put it
aside for later readingand never
get to it? Horn many thumb
through it for the headlines and
pictures? How many read the
articles dealing with a diversity
of subjects, and go through fact-
ual articles? All reading matter
affects Jews!
In the January issue of this
mazazine there are articles based
on facts that make the flesh
creep and take you through the
slough of despondency when you
you read of what is happening to
the Jews in Nazi occupied terri-
tory. There you will also find
detailed what is being done to
bring some measure of relief to
our stricken people. You will
find recorded deeds of heroism by
Jewish personnel of the Armed
forces and of others who have
made the supreme sacrifice for
their country. You will read facts
and figures disproving the ven-
omous accusation that Jews avoid
military service and the draft by
going into defense work and seek
deferments for other reasons
and by a Christian member of a
Draft Board.
You will learn some of the
many ways B'nai B'rith is en-
and daughters, spawned by B'nai
B'rith. are directly aiding in win-
ning this war.
Forty pages of facts and pic-
turesany every once in a while
faces and names of those you
know from the Miami area.
which brings it right down 10
your front door. Read your copy
if you still have itlook for tin-
next issue and make it a habit to
read this magazine regularly.
Sholem Lodge Meeting
The ban on pleasure driving
cut into the attendance at the
last meeting of Sholem Lodge,
held Tuesday evening, neverthe-
less those who attended were am-
ply compensated for the trouble
they took by the enlightening
talk of County Tax Assessor J.
N. Lummus, jr., who explained
the local tax situation and an-
swered many questions with re-
spect to the different tax set-ups.
The meeing was streamlined
to permit brethren and their la-1
dies of the Auxiliary to depart
at a reasonable hour, but the
necessary business was cxpedi-
tioUSly disposed of.
A resolution was adopted rec-
ognizing the significance, import-
ance and excellence of the work
of William I. Boxerman, erst-
while Regional Director of the
Anti-Defamation League, and ex-
pressing regret that his services
are lost to that office and the
9-Jewistfhrknar
of all committees has been sent
to the membership in the last
B'nai B'rith Bulletin, and mem-
bers are urged to send the forms,
filled in, to the B'nai B'rith of-
fice.
Attendance at Meetings
We refer to attendance again
to show how one member feels.
This member attends from Surf-
sideevery meeting. He is from
Vienna. And, he tells us. he
comes to spend the few meeting
hours with his brethren. To him
this is a right and a privilege so
much more valued because hith-
erto denied him. It is the spirit-
attending meetings during war
time, discussing freely, and ming-
ling with brethren freely.
Gregariousness has been lim-
ited to ghettos in too many parts
of the worldwe still may con-
gregate freely at meetings.
FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1943
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrew! Avenue
Ki Lauderdale, Florida
RAHH1 SAMUEL, IIAI.KV1 BARON
706 S. K. !*th Street Ph. 141S
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Sabbath services Friday at K
p. m. Religious School Sunday at
10 a. m. Sisterhood benefit Mon-
day at 8 p. m.
Weekly Sisterhood night at the
Fort Lauderdale Service Men's
Center canteen, Wednesday from
6 to 11 p. m.
Temple Emanu-El, the only
synagogue in Florida between
Miami and Palm Beach, serves
Hollywood and all Broward coun-
ty, as well as Fort Lauderdale.
An Appeal to the Members of the
Y. M. H. A. and to the Jewish
Community by Maurice Gross-
man. Executive Director.
The recent dim-out regulations
and restrictions in driving have
played havoc with the general
program in the community. Citi-
zens who have been affected by
these restrictions have been
seized with indescribable fear,
with the result that should such
attitude continue on the part of
our citizenry, all of our institu-
tions will have to be closed. "We
have been SO accustomed to daily
routines that it is hard to adjust
ourselves to new restrictions,
new conditions and new methods.
The program of the Y. M. H. A.
must continuewar or no war.
We cannot afford to lag. We must
have this building ready and our
program going on when our boys
return. If we digress from this
method, it would be ruinous for
our fighting boys. We cannot per-
Miami Beach Real Estate
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B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
"Trustworthy Service"
605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868
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gaged in the war effort through Miami area by reason of his re-
national, district and local or- moval to Jacksonville to take on
ganizationsand how many sons other work.
Federation and Hillel
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH i .
----i The Jewish Federation recog-
nizes the progressive work of the
Hillel Foundation and the con-
tinued necessity therefor by allo-
cating S500 toward its continu-
ance. B'nai B'rith still has the
burden of shouldering the major
proportion of the total cost of
this work, but it will be well to
bear in mind, when the Federa-
tion launches its annual drive for
funds, that it is helping the com-
munity in this, as in other work.
Just remember that work that has
taken years in building should
not be stopped because it is now
necessary to make contributions
to more serious sources than be-
fore the war.
Standing Committees
Final appointment of standing
committees has been delayed to
give every Ben B'rith an oppor-
tunity to signify his preference of
committees for which he may
have particular aptitude. A list
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a loved one. during the week of
the celebration.
The reception of Friday eve-
ning. January 8th, was tendered
by Mr. and Mrs. Jules Pearlman,
in honor of the birthday celebra-
tion of their son, Jules, jr.
It is hoped that our member-
ship will respond and will spon-
sor these important social occa-
sions. Information about the re-
ceptions may be obtained from
the chairman. Mrs. A. Wertheim-
er. 3-0313.
In Memorium
"May the Father of Peace send
| peace to all who mourn and com-
. tort the bereaved among us."
At the services of Jan. 15th and
! Jan. 22nd. the memory of the
following will be hallowed:
Yahrzeits, January 15th: Louis
'Meisel. father Of Max Meisel; Jo-
soph Sandier, father of Mrs. Mor-
ns L. Cowen. Mrs. M. M. Nankin,
and Mrs. Henry Bulbin; Abram
Engler, husband of Mrs. Anna
Engler and father of Mrs. Leonard
Kpstem: Nathan Waxman, father
of Mrs. Benjamin LeVine; Wil-
liam Friedman, brother of S. S.
Friedman.
Yahrzeits January 22nd: Alex
Kleiman, father of Herbert E.
Kleiman; Abraham Richter, fath-
er of Jas. A. Richter; Esther Sher.
mother of Mrs. S. C. Levenson
Mrs. J. L. Jacobstein and Mrs.
Anna Gordon; Joseph Perlman.
father of Frank A. Perlman; Jo-
seph Lipsitz, father of Mrs. Elry
Stone; Betty Hoffman, mother of I
Mrs. J. H. Kaplan; Harry Gold-
man, father of Mrs. Leonard Ja-
cobus; Rachel S. Kaufman, moth-
er of Mrs. R. W. Apte and Mrs.
I Henry Gaggstetter; Joseph Klein,
father of Edward A. Klein; Yetta
| Kanter, mother of Harry Kanter;
Abe Lewis, brother of Mrs. Albert
L. Kahn; Johanna Schloss Frank,
mother of Mrs. Samuel Merson;
Rose Frank Lewis, sister of Mrs.
Samuel Merson.
mit such a tragedy to happen. Not
only is the "Y" indispensable to
the Jewish community, but as the
builder of morale, it is a distinct
war asset and as such it is our
duty to preserve it.
The war has forced great dif-
ficulties and problems on our in-
stitution. Let us try to solve
these problems ourselves. If we
cannot take our cars to the "Y."
let us walk or ride by bus. Re-
member, our boys are fighting for
US. They expect, with God's help,
to return. Our institution must
ln> open and ready for them when
they arrive. If we fail to do this,
we have failed in our duty to-
ward them.
A fine example may be taken
from the Y. M. H. A. Bowling
League. Every Monday night ov-
er sixty men have been accustom-
ed to driving their cars to 21st
street and Miami avenue to the
Palace Bowling Alleys. When
the restrictions on using cars for
pleasure was announced last week
our Bowling League made up
their minds that they will go to
the bowling alleys by bus. with
the result that the attendance
last Monday night was almost
1007c. This shows that ac-
ivities can go on and will go on
if only there is a WILL that they
go on.
I make this appeal not only to
the members of the Y. M. H. A.,
but to the members of every oth-
er institution and every other or-
ganization in the Greater Miami
area. Continue your work of
your organization so that you
may uphold the morale not only
on the home front, but to have
your institution flourishing when
our boys return. This is patri-
otic. I know that the Jewish
people in Miami will take heed.
CONG BETH ABRAHAM
IZ'o N. W FVth At* Miami
Friday evening services at C: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."
uuy War Stamps and Bands
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
The United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over Hie
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOUS
announces the
REMOTAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
311 Lincoln Road
Albion Bldg.. Suite 309
MIAMI BEACH
For the Practice of
General Dentistry

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