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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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VOLUME 16No. 4
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
WELFARE BUREAU
TO MEET SUNDAY
TO HEAR REPORTS
! LONDON BELLS WILL RING
OUT VICTORY. SAYS MAYOR
London (WNS)Sir Samuel
Joseph, the Jew who is Lord
Mayor of London, in a statement
this week paid tribute to Ameri-
can Jewish participation in the
war.
Though his own administra-
tion of the city of London has
but recently begun, the Lord
Mayor expressed the hope that
before the end of his term, the
bells of London would ring out
with the peals of triumph over
the Axis.
ONE OUT OF EVERY
SIX ENGLISH JEWS
The Jewish Welfare Bureau
Will convene Sunday morning,
January 24, at 11:00 o'clock at
ie Beth David Talmud Torah to
ear reports of several import-
it committees, appointed by the
president, Rabbi Max Shapiro.
-Jie general public is urged to
Cttend the meeting and partici-
pate in the discussion following
tiese reports.
The recommendations of the in-
erpretation and membership
Icommittee, case committee and
.loan fund committee will be pre-
sented, to be passed on before
I the general meeting. The chair-
lan of the by-laws committee
rill present for consideration
tianges in the by-laws.
The by-laws committee is com-
osed of Mrs. Meyer Schwartz,
Irs. Anna B. Meyers and Joseph
Berman.
The interpretation and mem-
bership committee under the
Chairmanship of Stanley C. My-
ers, and including Mrs. Ida Opt-
;er, Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal. Mrs. statment in Parliament opening
SRose Weiss, R. R. Adler, Leo Eis-
renstein. and Pincus Scheinberg,
will make recommendations as
will the case committee, chair-
maned by Mrs. Anna B. Meyers,
having as members Mrs. S.
OQTH ANNUAL
EXECUTIVE MEET
TO
London (WNS)One out of ev-
ery six Jews in England is now
serving with the British military
forces, it was disclosed at a press
conference arranged by the Zion-
ist Federation in connection with
the forthcoming annual confer-
ence.
It was indicated in British gov-
ernment circles this week that
the government will soon issue a
the doors to Jewish refugees into
Britain. The government at pres-
ent is considering whether or not
any limit is to be placed on the
number of such refugees.
The liberal weekly, the New
New YorkThe 100th annual
meeting of B'nai B'rith's Execu-
tive Committee, governing body
of B'nai B'rith between triennial
conventions, which will be held
in New York, the birthplace of
B'nai B'rith a century ago, Feb-
ruary 7th and 8th, will be marked
by the dedication of a B'nai B'rith
service flag in honor of the 10,782
members of B'nai B'rith, Aleph
I Bill I
Reported "missing in ac-
tion" this week was Sidney
Berk of Jacksonville. Fla.
He was in action overseas.
He has a wife and parents
in that city and a brother.
I. B. Berk, living in Miami.
Zadik Aleph and Hillel Founda-
tions who are in the armed forces.
A single gold star will appear
on the flag in memory of 41 mem-
bers of B'nai B'rith, AZA and
Hillel who have died in the ser-
vice of their country, or who are
reported missing in action. Lt.
Morton Smith, a member of the
U. S. Army, of West Palm Beach,
is one of those listed.
ONLY THREE THOUSAND
BELGIAN JEWS REMAINING
London (WNS) Trustworthy
advices from Belgium received
here indicate that the Jewish
population of Belgium is now vir-
tually extinct. It is estimated,
according to these sources, that
not more than 3,000 Jews now
are living in Belgium. Before the
Hitler occupation, the Jewish
population was put at 50.000.
The few thousand still left, are
virtually enslaved in "the forced
labor" of the Hitler war machine.
'S
TWO THIRDS OF
FRENCH JEWISH
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. Myers, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Statesman_ this week urged the
r. A. E. Rosenthal, and George ( admission into Palestine of 40.000
olpert. I Jewish refugees under the pro-
The Bureau has reevaluated its visions of the White Paper of
lief and service program and 1939. "it is intolerable," the pa-
iso the Baron deHirsch Loan per stated, "that Palestine of all
und and the chairmen of these j p]aces should be closed and by
ommittees will present their; our own act."
[findings and recommendations at
! this meeting. The loan fund
committee is now directed by
Sidney Lefcourt, Dr. A. E. Ros-
enthal, and Joseph I. Lipton.
WORLD RENOWNED AUTHOR
TO ADDRESS B'NAI B'RITH
Marvin Lowenthal, world re-
nowned author and lecturer, will
The Sunday Observer wants to
know why thousands of Italian
settlers in Abyssinia have been
permitted to go back to Italy,
without the British Government
insisting on release of at least
a similar number of Jews in Axis
lands.
Jewish circles in London heard
this week that Matzoth will be
rationed this Passover. The ra-
iiuwucu wmKn 1 tioning order will make it possi-
make a local appearance here as .,c fQJ. evpry Jewish famiiy to re-
the principal speaker at the an-'cejyp fjve pounds of Matzos per
nual installation and initiation of 1 person The amount of Matzos
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at j nowevcr w,u be deducted from
an affair Sunday evening, Feb- lh(i food cards undcr the existing
ruary 7th. Taking the place of -t system.
the annual banquet, the years
outstanding formal event of the
organization passed up because
of war time conditions, the well
known figure will be heard at
Temple Israel. The public is
urged to reserve that date to hear
the timely message, and Louis
Heiman, president of the lodge,
announced that there will be no
admission charge.
CHEMICAL FROM PALESTINE
HELPS THE UNITED NATIONS
New York (WNS)The Dead
Sea. which has been revived by
the Jewish upbuilding of Pales-
tine, is "doing its bit" to win
victory for the United Nations.
According to Robert Szold of
the Palestine Economic Corpor- ]
atm. one of the chemicals ex-
tracted from the Dead Sea is an
ingredient of the high octane gas,
so much Deeded for aviation.
This is but one of the numerous
contributions which Palestine is Chairman of Interpretation and
making towards the war effort. .Membership Committee, J. W. B.
SUCCESS OF DADE
WAR CHEST CIVEN
STRESS B LEADER
STANLEY C. MYERS
Success of the War Chest cam-
paign with its double load due
to the added war relief agencies
depends upon a greater spread of
contributions, it is suggested by
Charles L. Clements, president of
the War Chest of Dade County.
"It is perhaps a good thing that
we cannot rely too heavily upon
race tracks and night clubs for
generous contributions," stated
Mr. Clements yesterday, "for un-
til every man, woman and child
in Dade County feels an individ-
ual responsibility to this great
humanitarian cause of caring for
our neighbors, our service men.
and our fighting allies, there can
be no feeling of proprietorship in
this success. This is everybody's
war, because there is scarcely a
family in this community who
does not have someone dearly
loveda son, husband, brother,
sweetheart, in the service. What
you can do for the boys here,
someone else will be expected to
do for your loved one. wherever
he is."
The 22 Community Chest agen-
cies are included in the War
Chest Last year 5644 families
were given assistance by our
family service bureaus; 2976 chil-
dren were placed in foster homes.
placed for adoption, or given care
in child welfare institutions
j through the ministrations of the
children's agencies in the Chest;
1682 children, white and black.
were given mUk for school
lunches through the joint com-
mittee of P. T. A. and Family
Service Bureau to the tune of
$9,000 of Community Chest mon-
ey
London (WNS)Fifty thou-
sand Jews of France have al-
ready been deported either to
Poland or to some other place
for "compulsory labor." This was
announced by the Vichy govern-
ment this week. According to
Vichy estimates, there are now
only 125.000 Jews remaining in
France. Before the war. the
Jewish population of France was
put at 350,000.
The one-third of the Jewish
population remaining have little
to look forward to. The Vichy
government has indicated that
new measures will be taken
against them. The French police
have been instructed to severely
enforce all of the anti-Jewish
regulations.
The Commissar for Jewish Af-
fairs, the notorious anti-Semite
Pellepoix, has announced that
the French police have been in-
structed to start an intensive
round-up for such Jews as failed
to register themselves as Jews
in the matter of having their ra-
tion cards stamped with the let-
er "J" (for Jude). Charging that
this failure is inspired by the at-
tempt of these Jews to pose as
non-Jews and so obtain higher
food rations, the Commissioner
threatened that they will be se-
verely dealt with when appre-
hended.
IS RAISING FUNDS
FDR HOSPITAL USE
The Miami Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
begins this week, in cooperation
with other Sections throughout
the United States, a fund-raising
drive among its members. Money
raised will be applied toward the
purchase of equipment for the
United States Naval Hospital,
approaching completion, at St.
Albans. Long Island, New York.
Authorized by a poll of Sec-
tions and by unanimous vote of
the National board of directors,
the National Council wired the
secretary of the navy that a de-
cision had been made to present
the navy hospital equipment to
cost approximately $10,000.
Secretary Knox referred Coun-
cil's telegram to Ross T. Mcln-
tire, surgeon general of the Unit-
ed States Navy, who accepted th*
gift in the name of the navy de-
partment and directed that it be
presented to the Naval Hospital
at St. Albans, New York.
The gift to the navy will be
made in memory of Mrs. Hannah
G. Solomon, founder and first
president of the National Council
of Jewish Women, who died in
Chicago in her eighty-fifth year
on December 8.
BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT TO
HAVE MEETING JANUARY 24
The newly organized Zionist
District of Miami Beach, with a
roster of more than 100 members,
will hold an election of officers
at an afternoon session Sunday.
January 24th, at 2:30 p. m. Of-
ficers chosen will be installed
immediately following the cere-
mony at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, scene of the meeting.
Representatives of all Zionist
groups in this area have been in-
vited to be present and partici-
pate in the discussion. Jake Felt,
acting president, will be in
charge.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
will be the principal speaker and
will have as his topic, "Yehudah
Hahvi, medieval poet and phil-
osopher," whose 801st anniver-
sary is now being observed. Can-
tor Abraham D. Wolf will sing
appropriate selections.
As part of the program in ob-
servance of Chamisho Osor
B'Shvat the Miami Beach District
will order the planting of a tree
in Palestine.
WITH FIVE SONS IN THE
ARMY. "POP" ALSO HELPS
THREE JEWISH FLIERS ARE
DECORATED BY DOOLITTLE
New York (WNS) Among
53 air officers decorated by Gen-
eral Doolittle in the North an to
be found three Jewish names
They are those of Bernard Kras-
sin of the Bronx, Jacob Bach-
man of Plainfield. and Nathan
Neuman of Los Angeles.
Israel Rabkin. of Clifton. N. J..
a sailor, is among those listed as
killed in action in the Southern
Pacific. A number of other Jew- Oakland. Cal. (WNS)Isaac
ish soldiers wen' reported miss- Schuster. Jewish junk dealer of
ing in action. Oakland, has five sons serving
-------------------------- iwith the American military
SERGEANT MEYER LEVIN IS forces. That might be enough
AWARDED ANOTHER MEDAL patriotism for most people, but
--------- !Mr. Schuster is more particular.
New York (WNS)Sergeant What was he doing for his coun-
Meyer Levin has added another: try and the United Nations? he
trophy to his collection of awards asked. But alas, he was 67 years
for bravery. News was received old. It was plain he couldn't be
this week from the South Pacific a marine or anything like that,
that Meyer Levin had been But the Jewish junk dealer
awarded the Oak Leaf Cluster felt thai there must be something
for heroism in action. he could doand do it, he did.
Sergeant Levin first "made the He got a job working in a ship-
- headlines" while serving as bom- yard. He had to close up his
41.730 indiviual boys and jbardier on Captain Colin Kelly's business to do it. but that he am.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. 1943
Social

Personals

Clubs

Organizations
MRS. JEAN G. GADON
Among new WAAC recruits is
Mrs. Jean G. Gadon, 946 S. W.
Fourth street, wife of Louis Ga-
don. Hebrew teacher at Beth Da-
vid school.
A native of New York, where
she received her nurse's certifi-
cate. Mrs. Gadon has been active
in both Red Cross and Girl Scout
affairs. She has taught first aid
classes for the Red Cross and or-
ganized Central School's Girl
Scout troop here.
Mrs. Louis Block tendered a re-
ception in honor of her daugh-
ter's recent marriage following a
meeting of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Sisterhood last Tuesday
afternoon. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky, newly elected spiritual
leader of the congregation, ad-
dressed the gathering. A package
party was announced for Sunday
evening, January 31st, at the syn-
agogue.
TOWER
THEATRE
S. W. 8TH ST. AT 15th AVE.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Friday and Matinee Only
Sat. Ian. 22-23
BORIS KARLOFF
PETER LORRE
SLAPSIE MAXIE
ROSENBLOOM
IN
"THE BOOGIE MAN
WILL GET YOU"
t
Starts Sat. at 4:30 p. m. and
Sunday Thru Tuesday
Ian. 23-26
"ARABIAN NIGHTS"
IN TECHNICOLOR
WITH
MARIA MONTEZ
ION HALL
BILLY GILBERT
SABU
EXTRA!
"THE NAVY AND
THE NATION"
in the new
"MARCH OF TIME"
Barbara Berger is recuperat-
ing from an appendectomy at the
Riverside Hospital.

Th e International Relations
Discussion Group of the National
Council of Jewish Women will
meet Tuesday. 10 a. m. at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. The
topic for discussion, "The Prob-
lems Which Face Us in the Post
War World and How They Can
Be Met Through International Or-
ganization.'' will be presented by
Mrs. Harry Marcus. Mrs W. I.
Kciicr, Mrs Many Barnhard. Mrs.
A. Laschower, and Mrs. Benja-
min Pollak.

The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Re-
becca Wolkowsky. pioneer Mi-
amian. will take place Sunday af-
ternoon at 4 o'clock at the City
Cemetery. N. E. 19th St. and 2nd
Ave.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro
of Beth David officiating. Friends
of the family are asked to be
present. Mrs. Wolkowsky left
three sons. Frank. Isaac and Joe.
The unveiling will be under the
personal direction of Sidney H.
Palmer of the Miami Monument
Company.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Schein-
herg of New York City are in Mi-
ami between planes for Bolivia
Mr. Scheinberg, an attorney, is
on an important mission to the
South American country. While
here they will visit with their un-
cles, P. Scheinberg and M.
Scheinberg, and their cousins,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers.

Mrs. Robert Magidoff. wife of
the well known Associated Press
correspondent, and NBC com-
mentator in Moscow, will speak
here for the students at the Uni-
versity of Miami. Thursday. Jan-
uary 21. After her lecture at the
University. Mrs. Magidoff will be
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Azar. at a
luncheon given in her honor, at
their home in Coral Gables. Oth-
er guests will include Mrs. Arn-
old H. Volpe. and Mrs. and Mrs.
Joseph Rambam. vice-chairman
of Russian War Relief.

Pvt. Bernard Greenstein is in
Miami from Camp Gordon. Au-
gusta, spending a furlough with
his wife and their friends.

Mrs. Harry A. Goodman of
Springfield. Mass., is the guest of
her sister and brother-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs M. S. Rubin. Fla-
mingo Drive, Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Nor-
din have returned from Chicago
to spend the winter here
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The Spinoza Forum will ob-
serve the 800th anniversary of
Yehudah Halevi this Saturday
afternoon, 2 to 5 o'clock, on the
lawn at 124 11th street, Miami
Beach. Speakers will be Mrs.
Eva Chekoway "f the National
Board of Women Pioneers for
Palestine and Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son.

Miami Chapter of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress. Women's
Division, will hold their regular
meeting Monday. January 25th.
1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs.
Zeilinger. 846 Lenox Ave.. Miami
Beach. The guest speaker will
be Mrs. Charles Adler. former as-
sistant district attorney. Cincin-
nati, Ohio. Her subject will be
"The Post War World." There
will be music and refreshments.
All members are urged to come
and bring their friends.

Mrs. Ida Optner had as her
guests for the week-end her
.laughter, Mrs. Mark Simpson,
her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Saul
Optner of New York City, and
her son. Philip Seymour Optner.
of the St. Petersburg Naval Base.

Mah jongg and bridge games
will be held in homes of members
on Beth David Sisterhood Day.
Wednesday afternoon and eve-
ning. January 27th. Reservations
for tablei in the various homes
are being accepted by Mrs. Isador
Cohen, general chairman, phone
2-2193. or at the Beth David of-
fice. 2-1473.

The Bialik Branch, No. 290,
Jewish National Workers Alli-
ance, will sponsor a dinner Sun-
day evening at The Palm Res-
taurant. Collins Ave. at 8th St..
Miami Beach. Dr. A. Mukdoni
of New York, national director of
the organization, will be the prin-
cipal speaker.

Burton Kantor will become bar
mitzvah at services Saturday
morning at the Beth Jacob Cong.
Rabbi Mescheloff will respond
to the confirmand's address.

Capt. Harold Rand is at pres-
ent stationed with the army med-
ical service hospital in San An-
tonio. Texas. Together with his
wife he is residing at 411 E.
Dewey PI.

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cassel an-
nounce the birth of a son at a
Miami hospital Wednesday.
The Tarbuth Hebrew League.
the organization which conducts
all of its meetings and lectures
in Hebrew, will hold its annual
"Festival of the Trees Meeting"
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Puchkoff. 1130 S. W. 9th St.. on
Sunday afternoon. Jan. 24th. at
3:30 o'clock. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman will preside, and an in-
teresting cultural program will
be held. Members of the organi-
zation and residents of the com-
munity who are interested in He-
brew culture are invited to attend.

Mrs. Ben Rich, of Park Lane
Villa, Cleveland, Ohio, sister of
Mrs. Joseph Cammer. 2201 S. W.
20th St., has arrived to spend the
winter. She will be here to at-
tend the 88th birthday anniver-
sary of her mother, Mrs. Rachacl
Leopold, on March 15th.

Sgt. Aaron Goldenblank. son
of Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenblank.
1923 S. W. 14th Ter.. left Wed-
nesday for Camp Gordon. Au-
gusta. Ga.. where he is stationed
as cashier, fourth division. He
spent a week furlough here with
his parents and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour T. Rein-
hard announce the birth of twin
sons, born in New York last
month. Mr. Reinhard is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard,
active in service men's activities
in the Greater Miami area. Their
son Henry has been promoted to
first lieutenant and is stationed
at Camp Claiborne. La. Two
other sons in the service are Corp.
Leo, now at Key Field, Miss., and
Harold, who is in Louisiana on
maneuvers. Harold's wife, Sylvia,
is visiting her in-laws at their Mi-
ami home until she can rejoin
her husband. Also visiting with
them for the winter is a niece.
Miss Helen Rich. Another son,
Norman, is now completing his
basic training at the Miami Beach
Technical School.
NATHAN ADELMAN
Recently elected president of the
Greater Miami Zionist District
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gluck
arc now residing in their new
home, 2475 S. W. 17th St., Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. Max Minrser an-
nounce the bar mitzvah of their
son Joseph at services at Cong.
Schaarei Zedek. Saturday morn-
ing. Jan. 30th. A reception will
be held Sunday at their home.
No invitations will be issued.

Dr. Samuel Bension officiated
at the marriages this week of
Pvt. Kermit H. Friedman and
Leona Dorothy Berger; Pvt. Jo-
seph Gong and Laura Gallinger;
Gary G. Glatt and Ruth Levey;
Parnet Kass and Rose Leventer,
and Sidney Storch and Hermione
Joseph Kaufman.

Mrs. Murry Apt* is recuperat-
ing at her home. 708 8. W 19th
At*., from a severe illness. She
was a patient at Victoria Hot-
pitaL
Join the campaign to collect
millions of books from the Amer-
ican people for the men and wo-
men in the armed forces.
I WANT MY MILK
W. 30th Court
announces the removal
of his offices from the duPont Building to
1105 Huntington Building
TELEPHONE 2-4819
PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
And Be Surs It's
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
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TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
OLD SARATOGA
Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street 'Phone 7-7725
Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon.
Cocktail Lounge Fine Liquors'and' Wines
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the cemetery in practically the same time.
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PAGE THREE
MANY JEWS HIDE
IN THE WOODS TO
E
Federation Drive Dates Set March 21-31;
Efforts Are to Be Intensified for Speedy
Culmination of Solicitation for Funds
London (WNS)Fleeing from
the Gestapo raids, dreading the I
deportation which is most often I
but another name for extermina- >
tion, thousands of European Jews |
have taken to the woods. Here
and there, among the local non-
Jewish population, they may find
a friendly shelter and refuge, but
in the end, they are generally dis-
covered by the Gestapo. Re-
ports of these Jewish wanderers
in the woods reached London
through the underground chan-
nels this week.
i It was reported this week that
Hie deportation of all Jews from
ijtatovicn, Seanesse and Bodzin,
Vree of the larger cities in Na/.i-
ffecupied Poland has been com-
peted.
The Nazi radio stations this
Week complained that Polish
Hfews forced to work as artisans
Hn German war industries are
Sabotaging by not producing the
Bull quota of war work expected
Bof them.
Texts of the decrees issued by
Bthc Nazis, revealing the process
of Nazi extermination of Jews,
reached the Polish government-
Kin-exile this week. These texts
E indicate that the first steps in the
Nazi process of annihilation is to
^concentrate the Jews in isolated
^Centers. London official circles
^believe that this is done in order
Sto prevent non-Jews from ob-
erving the mass murder of the
Jews.
MITCHELL WOLFSON
Vice-President of Federation, and
Co-Chairman of the Initial
Gifts Division
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation has set dates for the
1943 campaign
BENJAMIN BRONSTON
President of Federation, and Co-
Chairman of the Initial
Gifts Division
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WHEN THE DRAMATIC
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the board of Federation, will
head the campaign and will be
ably assisted by a large group of
division heads, team captains and
workers. Organization of these
divisions are now in progress
with carefully planned details
for the drive in its entirety be-
ing formulated daily. The struc-
ture of the campaign organization |
differs slightly from that of prev-
ious years and the changes are
attributed to efforts to smooth
out minor difficulties encountered
by the workers in the past drives.!
A planning committee for the i
campaign has been in session dur-1
ing the past three months charting
the concerted appeal effort the
success of which must be insured
in view of increased needs arising |
in part from the war crisis and
programs rendered the service
men.
The campaign planning com-
mittee which last week announced
the selection of Mr. Myers as
i chairman, made public the selec-
tion of Benjamin Bronslon and
Mitchell Wolfson as co-chairmen
of the Initial Gifts Division.
Mr. Bronston is president of
Federation. He was one of the
organizers of the Miami Round
Table, National Conference of
and announced Christians and Jews, and assist-
that the period from March 21 to ed in directing its program. Hejof Federation and is a
31 will call for an intense effort j is active on the Miami Beach Re- pf the Miami Beach City Council,
on the part of Greater Miami' alty Board and was selected to! He is a member of the budget
Jewry in order to attain the quo-j represent Federation at the 1943 committee of the Community
to of funds needed. Previous General Assembly held this Chest and is on the admission |
campaigns have been held in month in Cleveland. He is serv- committee of the War Chest He
January and the lateness of this ing on the National Boards of the has been active in the Y. M C. A. I
year's drive is in deference to the HIAS. Joint Distribution Com- and serves on the Anti-Defama- |
War Chest appeal to be made in mittee and the J. T A. He is a ; tion committee of B nai B nth.
February. member of the Anti-Defamation | He is president of the Wometco
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of committee and of the Temple Is- Theatre chain.
--------------------------------------------------------------.---------------------- ---------' The planning committee an-
nounces other divisions set up
for the drive are Special Gifts.
Advance Gifts, Men's and Wo-
men's Divisions, Youth. Arrang< -
nunts. Publicity. Volunteer Ser-
vice for these divisions will be an-
nounced shortly.
Serving on the planning com-
mittee w< re Mrs. Ben Bronston.
Mrs. Martha Myers. Mrs. Samue
H. Rost. Mrs. Monte Selig. Mrs
Sam Simonhoff. R. R. Adler,
Jake Felt M. J. KopelowitZ, Har-
ry Cornblum, E. Albert Pallot,
Leo Robinson, Jacob Sher, Fred
Shochet, Herman Wall. Carl
Weinkle. Dr. Phillip W< Lnsti in,
Mitchell Wolfson. Sam Zinkow.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, Mau-
rice Grossman, B< n Bronston.
and Stanley C. Myers,
J. 0. C. HIS EIST
OFJEWSEXPELEED
TO EAST BY NAZIS
New YorkFrom its overseas
offices, the Joint Distribution
Committee has received lists con-
taining the names of more than
5.000 Jews who last summer and
fall were taken from various in-
ternment camps in unoccupied
France for deportation to the
Nazi East, it was announced this
week. The lists, which have been
carded and indexed, account for
more than a third of the Jews ex-
pelled from unoccupied France
until Hitler seized that territory
on November 11th last.
Interested persons may make
inquiry at the office of the Joint
Distribution Committee, 100 East
42nd Street, New York City.
Most of the lists furnish the
nationality and age of each de-
portee, and in all cases the date
and name of the internment camp
from which deportation took
pttce are given.
In rare instances, the J. D. C.
pointed out, a deportee managed
to escape from the trains going
to Eastern Europe. This may ac-
count for an occasional inaccur-
ate listing of an individual as
rael board. deported whin he may actually
Mr. Wolfson is a vice-president ()t. safc. ln Spain or Switzerland.
member Apart from this possibility, it is
believed
thentic.
that the lists are au-
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"AM YISROEL CHAI!" CALL WAS SOUNDED AT
, F. CONFERENCE IN DETROIT
HEADACHE 1
IS SUCH A I
BIG
UTTLE THING
Philip Berkow .:. has n tinned
from a combined business and
pleasure trip through the state.
e
Alfred B. Rosonstein is recov-
ering from a serious period of
illness at his home. 2300 Alton
Road.
Prom Detroit, Mich., where the
"l the Jewish National Fund wim held
towards the end of December, a dra-
matic call resounded throughout the
nation; "Am Yisroel Ohal!" (The
People of Israel LiVMl) an the answer
of all eleinentH within American Jewry
which cooperate ln the upbuilding of
the Jewish National Home. The call
envisions the acquisition of land
tracts In Palestine for new settle-
menta dedicated to Uie memory of
martyred heixies. Above are some of
the moving scenes enacted at the
conference aa reoorded by the camera:
(1) FIRST SESSION, when the del-
egates from 32 Slate* sent a menage
U Ilealdent Risisevelt as Command-
er-in-Chlef. pledging him their
"boundless devotion and undying de-
termination in the struggle until the
Flag* of the United Stales and of
the United Nations wave victorious-
ly;" at this session, the call "Am
Yisroel Chal!" banners of which dec-
orated the walls was sounded: (from
left to light) Herman Stern. Grand
Master of the Free Sons of Israel.
Harry A. I'lne, Nasal of the Order
Hons of Zion; Dr. Abba Hillel Silver.
National Chairman of the United Pal-
estine Appeal: Mendel N. Fisher. J.
N. F. Executive Director; Dr. Israel
Goldstein. President of the Jewish
Hordes, President of the J. N. F.
Council of Detroit; Philip Slomovltz
of Detroit; Simon Bhetter, /.. ". A.
UMoutlve Director; Charlea Feller of
ii.ii i isiiiirg. i'a.; Jacob Hollander of
Rooheeter, N. v.. itabbi I. la. Kowal
ky. J. N, F. Co-Treasurer: David
\ ei llieiin of New York; Oscar Kublns
of Pittsburgh, Ph. (11 DR. ISIUKI,
GODDSTEIN. who delivered the key-
note address In which be formulated
Jewish demands lo the peace confer-
en< i .ittei the war ami ueinanded Im-
mediate preparation of extensive land
iraota for the absorption in Palestine
of large numbers of Jews after the
ami; CD Dlt. AliliA Hll.l.EI. Sll.-
VER, who atlrred the delegates li>
ins eloquent description of the tragedy
of the Jewi.sh people and demanded
:hal the mentor) Oi the L'.uUO.OUO mar-
be perpetuated by the aciiulsi-
of at least S.OOO.000 dunama of
Palestine land. Ml SI I INKY O. KPS-
WOR.M of I lay ion. o., National ll'nal
ll'rlth Tieasurer, is presenting to Dr.
Goldstein, as an exjnesslon of the un-
shakable faith in the victory of the
democracies and In the future of Jew-
ish Palestine, the agreement which
was signed at the conference and
which calls for the establishment of a
second ll'nal It'rith colony on the land
Of the J. N. F. to bear the name (
Henry Monsky, National President of
IVl-S
ilon
National Fund of America; Wllllamthe B'nai ll'rlth. (5) MEMORIAL, EX-
ERCISES for the martyred heroes at
which huge Yahrzeit candles wen-
lit, a collective Kaddish was recited
b> the delegates and Ezekicl's vision
of the Valley of the Dead (Eseklel
XX.WI1, 1-4) was read, ending with
the propht-o "And I shall put my
spirit into ye ant) ye shall live ai .1 I
shall settle you 'upon your soil"; Ja-
cob Blnooff, .1 n. F. Treasurer, and
Theodora Stilmllng. President of the
LOS Angeles J. S. F Council, are seen
in the background. The session con-
cluded with the adoption of the "Am
Yisroel Chal" program and a resolu-
tion which pledged the Councils
throughout the country to work for
the acquisition this year, as a begin-
ning. oT 1011.IXKI dunama of land (6)
JUDGE MORRIS ROTHENIiERG. a
former Z. O. A. President, acting as
toast master at a dinner In tribute to
Dr. Goldstein, announced plans for a
Nachlnth Goldstein, a land tract bear-
ing the name of the J N. F. ITesi-
dent. to mark the tenth year of his
leadership of the cause of Geulath
lla.net/ In the United Statea: DR.
JAMES G. HEM.ER. President of
the Central Conference of American
Kahhta. and Chairman of the Z. O. A.
Administrative Council, is seen ad-
dressing the gathering; (7) HON. AI.-
HEN \V. MA UK LEY, Majtvrtty leader
In the Senate of the United States,
paving tribute to the J. N. F. Presi-
dent; to his left. Dr. (ioldsteln. to his
right, Mrs. Israel Goldstein.
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VOLUME 16 NUMBER 4
IN NORTH AFRICA
According to Harold MacMillan, the British
Minister to North Africa, all the anti-Jewish re-
gulations of that land instituted by the Vichy
Government, have not yet been abolished.
The British and American people, he declares,
will not permit a continuance of these abuses.
"The attitude of the French regime towards the
Jews must be changed and the Hitlerite taint
removed." he adds.
The first of the American troops to land in
North Africa were commanded by an Ameri-
can Jew, Col. A. H. Rosenberg The casualty
lists recently published show a very consider-
able number of Jewish names. Many Ameri-
can Jewish soldiers have paid with their lives
for the winning of North Africa.
Their blood and the blood of all the fallen
Americans will have been shed in vain, if these
anti-Jewish restrictions continue!
The situation in North Africa has been a
delicate one, it is true. Seeking democratic-
ally as far as possible the good will of the
French, the diplomatic authoritits have acted
slowly, perhaps too slowly. Recent events in
North Africa show that the Nazi corruption has
gone deep. The land, as the British minister
well said, is tainted with the Hitlerite corrupt-
ion But it is because this corruption is so
clear, that the United Nations must act speedly
to remove it.
Not only to the Jews, but to all liberal think-
ing people in England and America and else-
where, the connivings and intrigues of the Fas-
cist and royalist group, has been thoroughly
distasteful and Allied morale cannot continue
on a high plane, if this condition is longer en-
dured.
NAZI ATROCITIES
"Here I unite my voice to the loud denun-
ciations uttered by the Catholic bishop and
peoples of France, Italy and other countries
against the brutal persecution of Jews. Poland
has witnessed acts of such savage race hatred
that it appears fiendishly planned to be turned
into a vast cemetery of the Jewish population
in Europe.
"We appeal insistently to the humane feel-
ings and Christian sense of justice of the en-
tire civilized world for a speedy end of this
wholesale campaign of extermination. No
deceitful pretexts can discount the outrages
committed by the invaders. The outrages are
too well authenticated." Arthur Cardinal
Hmsley, Roman Catholic Archbishop of West-
minister.
A GOOD JEW
In a congregational bulletin there appeared
a little article in which a series of definitions
of "a good Jew" were given. Most of those
are excellent, and from that series of defini-
tions we have selected the greater number
which do suggest a guide for each Jew to fol-
low in his daily effort to be the best kind of a
Jew and, therefore, also the high-type of human
being. We draw the attention of our readers
to the fact that these definitions are neither
parochial nor provincial. They are broad as
life and as inclusive as our daily experiences.
Examine these definitions and see how sig-
nificant they are:
A good Jew is one who deals honestly with
his fellowmen under all circumstances.
A good Jew is one who helps provide an
opportunity for all men to enjoy the necessi-
ties and moderate comforts of life.
A good Jew is one who is impatient with
the political, social and economic ills, and en-
courages the search of remedies
A good Jew is tolerant of the religious phi-
losophies of all people.
A good Jew bears no grudge and provokes
no strife.
A good Jew neither gossips nor slanders.
A good Jew educates his children Jewishly.
A good Jew is mindful of the problems of
Jews the world over.
A good Jew is responsive to the spiritual,
educational and economic needs of his people.
A good Jew reads books of Jewish interest.
A good Jew is not demoralized by anti-Sem-
itism.
A good Jew searchingly evaluates the past
and painstakingly examines the present-
A good Jew is an optimist.
A good Jew is not a snob.
A good Jew is not a show-off.
A good Jew seeks inner refinementintel-
lectual, spiritual, aesthetic.
A good Jew is sympathetic and understand-
ing.
A good Jew is not mean, quarrelsome, over-
bearing, obnoxious.
A good Jew cultivates good manners.
A good Jew strives for the continuity of the
Jewish people.
A good Jew wants to be intelligently Jewish
He seeks to know his people's history, lan-
guage and literature. Jewish Ledger, Hart-
Presentat.on of a new Safer Torah to the Beth Sholom Center took
Place in an elaborate ceremony Sunday evening. .Pictured above is
Alfred B. Rosenstein, right, president, accepting the Safer from the
donors, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perell of Miami Beach. Rabbi S M
Machtci presided during the evening with Charles S. Tobin accept-
ing the glft, as chairman of the board of directors, in the absence of
the president and the vice president, Raymond Rubin. Dr. Jacob H
Kaplan and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff spoke. Cantor Julius Rosen-
stem chanted and was joined in several musical selections by Mrs
Rebeccah Sachs. Israel Reiffel was the Sofar.
NAZIS ALLOW "PART JEWS"
TO FIGHT AND DIE FOR THEM
Moscow (WNsT The Nazis
with great drain on their man
power, have come to believe ap-
parently that a little Jewish
blood may not be so contaminat-
ing. At hast, that is the con-
clusi#n one may draw from some
documents discovered by the
Russians from a captun d Nazi
staff headquarters. These docu-
ments reveal that since last April
t has been all right as far as
the Nazis were concerned, for
Germans who were only "quart-
er Jews or half Jews to serve
m the Nazi army." Those with
only 25 per cent Jewish blood
were not to be discriminated
against, the texts of the decrees
order, and could even become of-
ficers. But those who were 50
P^rcontJl;wSmiKhtfj(!hlan
pnvaS FUOhrtr bUt n* as
CLOS^rv^S1 SCHOOLS
CLOSED BY^GOVERNMENT
Zurich (WNS)-According to
information received here the
rWeH n'nn T8Vernmcnt has or-
dered all Jewish schools closed
Thousands of Jews, ranging
age from children to venerable
men w,th beards, are bong
forced to the work of remov ng
the snow from Bucharest streets
Above is one of the Medical Field Units for the valiant Russian
Army which the United Jewish War Effort is purchasing with the
contributions of American Jews. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Chairman
of the United Jewish War Effort; Senator Claude Pepper of Florida,
and Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum, Chairman of the Executive Committee,
stand in front of the portable hospital, at the first Victory Drive
Dinner of the United Jewish War Effort held recently at the Hotel
Commodore in New York City. $2,000,000 is being raised by the
United Jewish War Effort for one thousand Medical Field Units.
Each is completely equipped for emergency operations as well as
emergency medical treatment. The minimum price of one unit is
$2,000. The name of the donor, whether organization or individual.
will be engraved on the body of the Unit, and an acknowledgement
sent from Russia, as soon as the hospital arrives on Russian soil.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Mtictty ecmpdmtiai
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
WE WONDER____
Is it true that Lessing J. Rosenwald resigned as head of the
War Production Board's Conservation Division because he
could not stomach the anti-Semitic pressure prevalent in
many Washington official circles? ... In pre-war days, by the
way, Rosenwald was chairman of the board of Sears, Roe-
Buck Company, of which Nelson, now W. P. B. chairman,
was an executive vice president Nelson and Rosenwald
are close friends, and the W. P. B. chief is known as a
staunch opponent of all racial and religious prejudice- mong-
ering We wonder, too, how much credence to put into the
rumors that Secretary of the Treasury Henry J. Morgenthau,
Jr. is slated to head a new body that is to draw up plans for
the prevention of a post-war inflation period not only in this
country but all over the world.
CORRECTION, PLEASE_____
Aside to Elliot Paul: Not only was Hugo Stinnes, whom
in your "The Last Time I Saw Paris" you identify as a "Ger-
man-Jewish multimillionaire," not a Jew, but he had decided
anti-Semitic leanings Indeed, at one state conference at
which Walter Ratheau, then Germany's foreign minister,
made a proposal designed to aid his country in the difficult
period immediately following the last war, Stinnes turned
the tide against the Rathenou plan by sneering at it is a
product of "an alien psychology," and hence not be consid-
ered by true Germans" ... In this misstatement of yours,
Mr. Paul, we don't, however, see any malicious intent on
your part, but only a distressing sign of the effect of the con-
stant repetition of anti-Semitic propaganda, so insidiously
pervasive that even a liberal writer like you will take it for
granted that Stinnes-who. to quote you again, "made his
ortune while others in Germany were starving"-must ipso
facto have been a Jew-
JEWISH NEWS_____
mJthLSwaCT 5nQi Bu'ri,h ta holdina out a real induce-
ment for War Bond purchasers at a rally it is staging early
amn.Z ?eJ,Undffd peiSOna who invest the largest
amounts in the Bonds wrll each receive a neatly wrapped
prize package containing one whole pound of butter New
LaeS,h^al\Street Synaaoaue 'o*e best of our knowT-
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have their fingerprints recorded The two week? armistice
aoS^STand S? QHnd anU-Zionis* does no, pleTe tiS
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AY. JANUARY 22. 1943
-Jewish Ik* Minn
PAGE FIVE
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RELIGIOUS flHMOUMCEMENTS
fcTH JACOB CONGREGATION
W..' Ave. & Srd St., Mlnml Uoach
\ MOSKH MICSCMKUiFK, lUbbl
MAI'RICK MAMCIIKH, Cantor
I Friday, Jan. 22, 8:15 p. m.
Kabbi Moses Mescheloff: "An Old
Hong." Cantor Maurice Mam-
Bies, community singing.
f Saturday, 9 a. m.Services:
portion of the Week." Early
fcabbath service, 7:30 a. m.
T Adult classesTalmud daily 5
'to 6 p. m., S. Freedman conduct-
ing. "Legends of the Talmud"
Course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi
Mescheloff, week days 6:30 to 7
p. m. Bible study period, H.
Goldin, 8 to 9 a. m. Saturdays. All
classes in synagogue building,
open to public.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
' 139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami
MAX SHAPIRO, Ilabbl
UOUIS HAYMAN. Cantor
Friday, Jan. 22, 8:15 p. m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro: "A Christian
Problem." Cantor Louis Hay-
Sin, Beth David boys and girls
oir, Liturgical selections. Mr.
and Mrs. Isidor Langner hosts at
Ocial hour.
| Saturday, 9 a. mServices,
Rabbi Max Shapiro: "The Song
TTrue Victory." Junior services,
$0:30. Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Lang-
Ber, hosts at Kiddush.
f Daily services morning and
evening.
SHAARAY TEFILA
440 ICspanola Way, Miami Hearh
Services: Daily and Saturday,
Jacob L. Andron speaking Satur-
day morning.
Adult classes: Sunday through
Thursday, 6:45 p. m.
CONG BETH ABRAHAM
53:. N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos; Saturday
8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
preaching.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Peach
DR. SAMUEL. PENSION, Rabbi
Friday, Jan. 22, 8 p. m.Rabbi
Abraham M. Heller, Flatbush
Jewish Center, Brooklyn: "Where
is God for the Duration?" Can-
tor Abraham D. Wolf, Center
Choir, musical selections. Dr.
Samuel Bension conducting.
-Saturday, 9 a. m. servicesDr.
Bension: "When a Jew Sings and
Why."
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st Street. Miami Peach
B. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, Jan. 22, 8:15 p. m.
Sisterhood Sabbath; Mrs. S. M.
Machtei: "Most Blessed of Wo-
men." Cantor Julius Rosenstein
chanting. Participating, Mrs. C.
S. Tobin, Mrs. Benj. Appel, Mrs.
Abraham Zinnamon, Mrs. Camille
Baum, Mrs. Morris Perell, Mrs.
Hannah Ellis. Hostesses, social
hour: Mrs. Camille Baum, Mrs.
May Zinnamon, Mrs. Ida Appel.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Service, Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei: "Crossing the
Red Sea." Hosts at Kiddush, Mr.
and Mrs. Benj. Appel.
Adult classesJewish Science,
Sunday, 11 a. m., Rabbi S. M.
Machtei: "Self-Pity."

YESHTVA CENTER
H46 Michigan Ave.. Miami Peach
Services: Daily 8 a. m. and
iturdays, 9 a. m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1R01 South Andrews Avenue
Kt. I>auilerdale. Fla.
I8A.MI-HI. HA1.KVI PAPON, Rabbi
Sabbath services Friday 8 p. m.
Religious School, Sunday at 10
. m.
Sisterhood benefit social, open
to men and women. Monday 8
Jp. m.
Sisterhood night. Fort Lauder-
idale Service Men's Center can-
teen, Wednesday 6 to 11 p. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St., Miami
RAPPI JACOU H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi
Friday, Jan. 22, 8:15 p. m.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: "Min-
or Virtues of This Major Crisis."
Temple Israel choir, musical se-
lections.
Saturday, 11:00 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman offi-
ciating.
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SCHAAREI ZEDEK
S. W. Third Street. Miami
SIMON APRIL. Rabbi
Friday. Jan. 22, 8:15 p. m.
Rabbi Simon April: "A Timely
Topic." Congregational singing.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion
of the Week."
Daily services morning and
evening.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
590 S W. 17(h Avenue, Miami
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi
LEWIS rjREEN, BEXTON
Services daily and Saturday
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky con-
ducting and preaching Saturday
morning.
Adult classes: Daily 5:15 p.
m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
conducting.
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girls have been safeguarded by
YWCA, YMCA, Boy and Girl
Scoutsall supported by your
contributions to the Chest, while
the aggregate attendance at ac-
tivities of these organizations has
run into the thousands. What
better investment can we make
for Youth! Specialized service
agencies, such as Travelers Aid,
Salvation Army, Seamen's Insti-
tute, Hard of Hearing Society,
Crippled Children's Fund, and
others have given 35,923 units of
service to those who needed it in
Dade County. This is something
of the local picture, according to
Dr. Glenn James, president of
the Community Chest.
The war relief agencies include
appeals for China, Russia, Brit-
ain, Poland, Grece, Dutch. "These
are our neighbors, our friends,
fighting with us for the victory
we are fighting for. And they
are paying a far greater price
than we are paying invasion
. starvation torture air
attack atrocities beyond be-
lief American medical service
and food and other services to
those shell shocked neighbors
keeps their fighting spirit high
and their resistance strong .
fighting for us, too. We've got
to help them," stated Clements.
The quota for the War Chest
is $463,600. This figure has been
arrived at by budget boards of
both the Community and the War
Chest, to determine the minimum
needs for these organizations for
1943. The dates for the campaign
are February 1 to 9. for the final
report meetings. The opening
rally will take the form of a din-
ner meeting at the Miami Wo-
men's Club, Thursday, Jan. 28,
which will be the official "shove-!
off" for the campaign. Workers
and sponsoring civic organiza-
tions are expected to attend. All
reservationi should be in the
Chest office by Tuesday noon,
January 26.
The Women's Division of the!
Campaign meeting Tuesday at'
War Chest headquarters issues
an SOS. for workers, especially ,
at Miami Beach. Mrs. Moses
Krieger and Mrs. W. D. Row-
lands, co-chairmen at the Beach,
will appreciate volunteers to
take ten cards apiece and help
clean up the residential area for
contributions which will not be
otherwise approached.
Aside from the Jewish Fedcra-
tion appeal, and the American
Red Cross, everything of import-
ince is included in this War
Chest campaign. "Don't forget
hat what you invest in war
bonds is what you save for your-
self, and is necessary; but what
you contribute to the War Chest
is what you give, and share with
someone who needs it more than
you do in this war time emer-
;ency," cautioned the chairman
of the drive.
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INFORMATION ON BAN ON
PLEASURE DRIVING
The new ban on pleasure driv-
ing does not affect present value
of A, B, and C coupons. Occu-
pational or other necessity driving
is not affected. Ban means sim-
ply a tightening of supervision of
the use to which the gasoline ra-
tion is put. There is no justifi-
cation for a run on gas stations.
Definition of occupational, fam-
ily or personal necessity driving:
Passenger automobiles in gas-
oline shortage area may be used
only for occupational and fam-
ily or personal necessity driving.
Such driving to include shopping,
attendance at religious services,
procuring medical attention, vis-
iting the sick, attending funer-
als, or attending meetings direct-
ly related to the occupation or
profession of the applicant or
necessary to the public welfare
or war effort, or driving to meet
an emergency involving a threat
of life, health or property. Such
driving not to include going to
places of amusement, recreation,
or entertainment, or social calls,
sightseeing, touring or vacation
travel. Violators to be subject
to cancellation of gasoline ration.
State, county and municipal law
enforcement officers requested to
report violations to local OPA of-
fice or local War Price and Ra-
tioning Boards who may take ac-
tion to cut off or reduce ration.
PROLONG THE LIFE OF YOUR
BATTERY-RUN RADIO
Don't waste your batteries. Op-
erate your radio only when there
are programs that you particu-
larly want to hear.
Avoid long, continuous radio
operation. Break up your recep-
tion into a number of short pe-
riods.
Keep batteries away from heat.
Have the tubes checked regu-
larly as insurance against battery
wastage.
Disconnect the batteries from
the radio when not in operation.
FOUR WAYS TO HELP YOUR
RATIONING PROGRAM
1. Use your ration book cor-
rectly. Trying to beat the ration
is trying to cheat your neighbors
and your Nation.
2. Buy no more than you actu-
ally need, when you need it. It
is much better to keep your cou-
pons as long as possible by plan-
ning your needs and looking
ahead a little.
3. If you need less of a com-
modity than you are entitled to,
don't stock up on it just because
you have the rationing coupons.
4. Learn to make scarce goods
go further and last longer.
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FEBRUARY DESIGNATED WAR
BOND MONTH FOR ZIONISTS
Above are graduates of the Hebrew Union College, ordained at an
unusual mid-year graduation of the College on Saturday, January 16.
Reading from left to right, top row: Alvin I. Fine, Portland, Ore.;
Julian F. Fleg, University City, Mo.; Robert L. Katz, Aurora, 111.;
bottom row: Abraham Klausner, Denver, Colo.; Bertram W. Korn,
Philadelphia, Pa.; Joseph M. Strauss, Pontiac, Mich.
Washington( WNS)The month
of February has been designated
by the U. S. treasury as War
Savings Month for members of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica.
The decision was taken follow-
ing a consultation of treasury of-
ficials with Judge Louis E. Lev-
enthal, president of the Zionist
Organization, and Judge Morris
Rothernberg, chairman of the Na-
tional War Effort Committee.
for SAFETY...
and Liberal Returns
Place Your Funds
In
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RESOURCES OVER
$6,000,000
J. M. LIPTON. President
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MODERATE COSTS
ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS
OF INDIVIDUAL
CIRCUMSTANCES
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YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME
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PAGE SIX
rJmlstncrkitorJ
FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1943
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
Bv PAUL WEITZMAN
I
Sholcm Lodge has just com-
pleted plans fur the installation
of its officers and those of the
Ladies Auxiliary and in so doing
will contribute to the cultural
benefit of the community.
The installation will ho hold
on February 7th. 1943 at Temple
Isra.'l in Miami and will com-
mence at 8:00 p. m. The instal-
lation ceremonies will he brief in
order that members and their
friends give their attention to a
widely known author and speak-
, i- who wi'l come to Miami espe-
cially for the purpose of addiv-s-
ing friends of B'nai B'rith.
Marvin Lowenthal, author and
speaker c: prominence, will be
guest speaker, His books. "Worlds
Passed By." "Life of Henrietta
Szold." and "Life of Jews in
Gi rman." among others, have
create I a great demand for his
services as a speaker an I
er, throughout the country. Sho-
lem L is using the occasion
of its installation of ofi ICI I
bring Mr. Lowenthal to Miami,
in order that the community may
have p rtunity to hear him.i
Although great expense has been
incurred in arranging the pro-
m there will be no admi-
charge. and members, their ladies
and fri<
New A. D. L. Regional Head
Harol I C ihen, managing
tor of the Jacksonville Journal. I
has been named as the Florida
Regii n il Director of the Anti-
Defan L igue. to succeed '
William I Boxern Mr C
1 well qualified to carry on I
work nal Offici
ably handli I by BUI Boxerman,
and will soon to assume
new dutii s. It is expected
that members ol B'nai B'rith will
at the next meet-
.. to
.' Mi C vill ha- the
fullest co-opera-
. rk.
Membership Drive
TI intry, B'nai
B'rit conducting
.! th( 1
that
Km 1 rj
tain
bu moi
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lem :.
acqu v
Alb. :
meml ,.,lt.
tec. has announced that the com-
mittee will consist of one hund-:
red members. Every past presi-
dent of Sholcm Lodge is an hon-1
orary chairman of this commit-
tee. There will be no personal
glorification for any one man.
There is work for every man. and
every man is expected to work.
The campaign will culminate j
with ceremonies appropriate to
, the occasion, and the day, Mon-
day. Washington's Birthday, Feb-
ruary 22nd. 1943.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
So that members may know |
to what extent the Creator Mi-
ami Jewish Federation aids in I
the work and activities of B'nai j
B'rith. it is important to show
that support has been pledged to'
the Florida State Stud, nt Union
Committee. B'nai B'rith Wider
Scope. Joint Defense Appeal
(which contributes to Anti-D' ta-
rnation I.e.mm I and LeO N. I.evi
Memorial Hospital. It must be
understood that B'nai B'rith sup-
ports all of its activities, main-
tains and nurtures them, but the
demands are many and great and
without help some ol the good
work carried on for years would
suffer. And the "Fed< ration.''
recognizing the need, and the im-
portance, I 1 arrying on ti 1 ..
greater extent than ev r b<
pledged to assist these B'nai
; B'rith activities and projects.
Men. : lould bear this in
: win n they make their con-
tributions to the Greater Miami
; Federation.
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for the practice of diseases of the
HEART and LUNGS
For Appointment. Phone 5 2232
DECLARE ITALIAN FASCISTS
HAVE DEALINGS WITH JEWS
Berne (WNS) Some members
of the Italian Fascist party are
not behaving. They are dealing
with Jews, This is the complaint
j of the Italian press, which car-
ries stones telling of the expul-
sion of some members of the par-
ty for their business associations
with J ws.
One member of the party in
Turin is charged with organizing
nal estate companies for Jews,
The Fascist youth organization
to discourage such associations,
has distributed 10.000 leaflets
warning against these violations
of the Fascist code.
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Buy War Stamps and Bonds
N't 'W and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need
LEGAL NOTICES
M. FRIEDMAN
Practical Hebrew Teacher
820 Euc'id Avenue. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9026
Beginners to Talmud
Individual Instruction
Special Attention to Bar MiUvahs
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thi IJIevi nth Judli lal Circuit of Flor-
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too lenient with the Jews. They
demand that more rigorous re
strictions against the Jews of
Hungary be applied. They de-
mand that the Yellow badge be
introduced for Jews in Hungary
and that the Jews be barred from
residing in dwellings of more
than two rooms.
The Essener National Zeitung.
organ of Marshall Goering, in an
issue reaching Zurich, reveals
that during November and De-
. c e m b e r approximately 58.000
'acres of Jewish land owned in
I; Hungary were distributed among
11 Nazi party members. The paper
nevertheless says that the Hun-
garian government is "too len-
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papers voice the same complaint.
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{DAY, JANUARY 22, 1943
+Jewistinvrkflrn
PAGE SEVEN
FACILITIES GIVEN
TO SERVICE MEN
e Miami Chapter of the Miz-
hi Women's Organization of
erica, the national religious
omen's Zionist movement, is
foinj; all out in its war effort
Kive, Mrs. Samuel Fasten, of
New York, chairman of the na-
tional war effort committee, de-
dared today.
A unique service provided by
the chapter is its institution of
Yiddish letter writing facilities
for boys in service whose parents
do not read English. In addition,
members of the chapter are offer-
ing fyome hospitality to Jewish
service men in the community.
In addition to selling a large
amount of war bonds and stamps,
Mrs. Fasten reported, the Miami
Chapter has played a prominent
role in providing service men's
recreational and cultural activi-
ties.
Mrs. Frieda E. Kalstein. sec-
retary of the Miami Chapter,
which was organized three years
ago, reports that the chapter has
raised funds for an ambulance for
Palestine and a mobile kitchen
for England and has collected
clothes for both British and Pal-
estine relief, besides inaugurat-
ing a first aid class and sewing
and knitting for the American
Red Cross. Mrs. A. Berow is
president of the chapter.
ADDITIONAL HELP NEEDED MRS. CLARK STEARNS WILL
FOR RED CROSS GROUPS ADDRESS Y.W.H.A. MEETING
The Red Cross sewing group
of Temple Israel Sisterhood will
meet this week at the Temple
from 10:00 a. m. to 4. Classes of
the Beth David Sisterhood are
held at the Talmud Torah every
Tuesday and Thursday at the
same time. Additional workers
are needed.
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
Irs. Mary Schrebnick has re-
lied to the city after a ten day
jjm$r in Miami Beach visiting her
Joe, who is stationed there.
Schrebnick stopped at the
esident Apts., Miami Beach, as
._' guest of The Jewish Floridian,
whose Palm Beach representative
she has been for the past twelve
years. During her stay there she
was entertained by many friends.
New arrivals at the Villa Claire,
223 Seminole Ave., Palm Beach,
are Mrs. F. Leibowitz, Mrs. John
Sklar, Mr. and Mrs. B. Tannen-
baum, B. Werblowsky, Mr. and
Mia. A. August, Mrs. L. Rosen-
berg, S. Blechman. Mr. and Mrs.
William Hailparin. Oscar Blech-
man, Nat Hollman, and David
Taancnbaum.
SON LEFT FOR THE
ARMY
Would like to share Apt. with
pie or lady; walking dist-
ice from town; price reason -
le; references exchanged.
MRS. M SCHREBNICK
414'j 8th Street
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Mrs. Zella Lapidus arrived
from Norfolk, Va., to spend her
tenth winter at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Erickson, 216 Evernia.
M. Lapidus is a guest at the
Gilbert Hotel, visiting here from
New York.
Pvt. Sam Kapner has arrived at
Camp Maxey, Texas, where he is
serving his basic training.
Mrs. Sara (Sally) Friedman, lo-
cal resident for the last 14 years,
last week was inducted into the
WAAC, according to word reach-
ing here. She has returned to her
civil service post at the 36th St.
Airport, Miami, until she is
called, according to Mrs. Adelaide
J. Mann, a co-worker. She is the
daughter of Mrs. T. Sargent, 313
So. Sapodilla.
PALESTINE BIRTH RATE NOT
ENOUGH, SAYS PROFESSOR
Jerusalem (WNS) Palestine
Jews are not having enough chil-
dren. This is the complaint of
Prof. Abraham H. Frankel of the
Hebrew University.
Speaking at the Nathan Straus
Health Center, Prof. Frankel said
that the Jewish birth rate in Pal-
estine has dropped since 1924 to
such an extent that a serious dan-
ger exists that the population in-
crease resulting from the recent
Jewish immigration will be
wiped out within two genera-
tions. The natural increase
among Jews has decreased from
38.2 in 1924 to 20.7 in 1941. Prof.
Frankel appealed for more chil-
dren "to replace those wiped out
by the Nazis."
TUNIS JEWS FINED 25,000,000
FRANCS BY AXIS POWERS
Comdr. C. E. Chillingworth,
judge of the fifth circuit court
and now serving as staff officer
of the Air Operational Training
Command, Jacksonville Naval Air
Station, was promoted from his
former rank of lieutenant com-
mander last Saturday. Comdr.
Chillingworth was granted a mil-
itary leave of absence from his
post as jurist by Gov. Holland
last May and has served in his
present capacity with the Navy
since then.
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WMILK AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
London (WNS)Axis leaders
have imposed a fine of 25.000,000
francs on the Jews of Tunis and
a number of Jewish leaders have
been executed on the pretext
that they have been signalling
with lights to the United Nations
forces to indicate targets for the
bombers.
Reuters, a Britisn news agency,
reported from the Italian fron-
tier, that the Axis radio has in-
tensified its anti-Jewish propa-
ganda among the Arabs. The
Axis powers are the true friends
of the Arabs, come to rescue
them from the Jews. This is the
theme of their incessant ha-
rangues.
Mrs Clark Stearns, president of
the International Pan-American
League, will address the regular
meeting of the Y. W. H. A. to be
held at the auditorium of the Y,
1567 S. W. 5th St., Wednesday
evening. January 27, at 8 o'clock.
TEL AVIV MAKES PLANS FOR
A BIGGER AND BETTER CITY
Tel Aviv (WNS)The Jewish
city of Tel Aviv is perhaps the
first to begin actual work on post-
war building. The municipal
council recently ratified a 'twen-
ty million dollar program" for the
city. It is expected that this pro-
gram will assist those soldiers re-
turning from the war by affording
them employment and at the
same time enable the city to re-
ceive more immigrants.
Of the twenty million dollars.
about four million will be util-
ized for a housing development,
a million and a half for new
schools and about a million dol-
lars for parks and playgrounds.
The Palestine government is
expected to assist the program
with a loan of the money at
three and a half percent interest.
NAZI AIR VICTIMS OCCUPY
HOMES OF POLISH JEWS
London (WNS) Newspapers
reaching neutral countries re-
port that 360,000 Germans, who
were forced to abandon their
homes through R.A.F. raids are
now living in Polish homes, tak-
en from the Jews.
It is expected, these same news-
papers declare, that shortly an-
other 150.000 Nazis will be
brought in to Poland to occupy
more of the homes formerly oc-
cupied by Jews.
Word reached London this
week that Jews in Paris have
been forbidden to use electricity
and they must not be found
walking the Paris streets save
during specified hours.
DICKSTON WOULD BAR HATE
PROPAGANDA FROM MAILS
Washington (WNS) Anyone
sending literature through the
mails designed to incite racial or
religious hatred would be as
guilty as one sending obscene
matter through the mail, if a
bill introduced by Representative
Samuel Dickstein of New York,
becomes a law.
The bill would brand as un-
mailable "all papers, pamphlets,
magazines, periodicals, books,
pictures or writings of any kind,
and every article or thing de-
signed or adapted or intended to
cause a racial or religious hatred
or bigotry or intolerance." A
maximum penalty of $5,000 fine
and five years imprisonment is
provided for offenders.
Since the outbreak of the war
in 1939, the Keren Kayemeth has
planted 482,000 new trees, bring-
ing the total number of trees in
its foress to 3,263,000. The trees
are planted in 38 locations in va-
rious parts of the country, on a
total of 14,000 dunams of land.
CORNELIUS INSURANCE KEHI
318 HARVEY BUILDING
PHONE 6093
Writing Fira and cdl Kindred Lino* of
Tangier (WNS)It is reported
here that the Axis military au-
thorities have forced 10,000 addi-
tional Jews to forced labor.
yiCTORY
BUY
UNITED
STATES
yfAR
BONDS
AND
STAMPS
JEWISH GUERILLAS SLAY 600
NAZIS IN MINSK SECTOR
Moscow (WNS)Jewish guer-
illa units operating around Minsk
have wreaked some measure of
vengeance for the wholesale
slaughter of Jews in that section.
According to the Soviet press,
two such units of Jewish guerillas
around Minsk attacked two Nazi
military bodies in that section,
killing 600 Nazis. They also de-
railed a Nazi train.
The Soviet press takes the oc-
casion to laud the complete will-
ingness on the part of all Jews
to do their utmost to win the
war. No sacrifice, it says, is
spared by the Jews with volun-
teers ever ready for the most
perilous undertakings. Among
the workers in the factories is
to be found the same spirit. Typ-
ical is the story of Lazar Paster-
nack. He is 70 years old. but re-
cently he doubled his output in
the factory.
T TO DISPENSE
Pimm RELIEF
Cleveland (WNS) Praising
the appointment by President
Roosevelt of Governor Lehman to
the new post of Director of For-
eign Relief and Rehabilitation,
Charles P. Taft, Assistant Direc-
tor of the Government's De-
fense, Health and Welfare Ser-
vices declared in an address be-
fore the Council of Jewish Wel-
fare Funds and Federations
meeting here that even with the
Government's post war relief
plans, "private welfare agencies
will still have a major task to
perform."
"Japanese and Nazi brutality."
the speaker went on to say, "vio-
lates something that is deep with-
in all of us who have grown up
with our ideals of civilization and
common decency. When you try
to define the difference between
the Axis and ourselves, you get
back to certain fundamentals
which were, so far as we can tell,
invented by the Hebrew people.
Certainly the Jews laid the foun-
dation for our belief in justice,
mercy and in the ideal of the re-
ligious statesman."
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, ad-
dressing the conference, said that
the United Jewish Appeal was
eager to enter a united front with
all agencies working for the re-
lief of human distress. "We have
always believed in unity of ap-
proach and action in this field of
humanitarian effort," he stated,
adding that the attitude of the
United Jewish Appeal on the
question of joining war chests is
that the Jewish welfare funds,
if assured that all beneficiary
agencies will be protected, should
merge forces with local war
chests for the common good. The
local community must make the
final decision, however, he
stressed.
Contributions to joint fund rais-
ing campaigns, organized by local
Jewish communities to meet their
local, national and overseas obli-
gations have maintained a steady
upward trend since 1933, when
the Jewish welfare fund move-
ment began to gain momentum,
according to a survey on contri-
butions and contributors during
the years 1933-42, it was revealed.
An analysis of 13 Jewish wel-
fare funds established in the
late twenties or early thirties
showed gains of 434 per cent in
contributions, and nine welfare
funds showed on increase of 327
per cent in the number of contri-
butors between 1933-34 and 1941-
42. For the country as a whole,
gains in recent years were less
phenomenal with smaller com-
munities reporting a higher rate
of increase than the larger ones.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper cele-
brated theid 43rd wedding anni-
versary last Sunday. They were
visited by many of their friends
who called to congratulate.
e e e
Raymond Rubin has been con-
fined to bed with a cold at his
residence, 4523 Post Avenue.
e e e
Schaarei Zedek Ladies Auxil-
iary is sponsoring a card party
at the synagogue, 1545 S. W. Third
street Sunday evening, January
22. Refreshments will be served.
WOMEN FOR PART
TIME OCCUPATION
Can work from their own
homes and make surprisingly
large earnings. For full de-
tails write
MAC
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Miami, Florida
Dr. W. M. Goodson
and
Dr. W. H. Ellis
Announce
REMOVAL
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To Their Nevr
Clinic Building

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FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1943
Tidbit* from Everywhere
STMCTLy COfflDOlM
{ By PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4
To appreciate this you should
know that such a sale is equiv-
alent to the selling of over a mil-
lion copies of a book in the Unit-
ed States ... If Orson Welles
goes through with his plan to
make a movie version of "Mein
Kampf," with himself playing
the role of Adolf, we hope he'll
turn over the authors share of
the proceeds to the National Ref-
ugee Service Columbia Uni-
versity's Professor Irwin Edman
is doing the preparatory work for
a major opus ... It will be a
comprehensive study of philoso-
phy, in which Dr. Lin Ytang will
collaborate with Edman The
Chinese scholar will write of Ori-
ental philosophy, and the Ameri-
to advance the Zionist movement
in our community, if sincere Zion-
ists will give them a helping
hand; and any time the Zionists
ill Miami Beach want a meeting
held there, you can rest assured
mere telephone call to MF Of
the officers will accomplish the
desired result.
Secondly, the method of organ-
izing the group in Miami Beach
needs airing. It supposedly start- !
ed with about fifty NEW mem-
! propelled S. Klein's dress shop
on Union Square. New York, in-
to its present position as the
world's largest retail dress estab-
lishment Our deepest sympa-
thy to his widow, mystery fiction
author Zelda Popkin.
WEEKLY GIGGLE
Publisher Bennett Corf, whose
compilation of war jokes has just
been brought out by Pocket
Books (not his own firm), has
done a swell job m collecting the
best of the humor of this war and
its predecessors We can't re-
sist the temptation to relay to you
one of his fines stones, which
concerns a Hollywood producer.
Herman J. Mankiewicz ... It
seems that a famous Hollywood
producer had hooked passage j~re Organizing a
aboard the Bremen on one ol her would it not have been proper \ three lectures on programing for
last trips before the outbreak of procedure for those interested to ihn nK. An ,,# bavins
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
Br HARRY SCHWARTZ
ben Did >"'' kn"w 'l,;llt S? T. M. H. A. Organise. Cub Pack structor. \
S?^Ji^SJS'eg&\ The f,st organizational meet-; this dub to
big and able to pay their duest fhc Y M H A Monday eve-
again for M2-4$? A these 1^ Th(> Cub Pack 1S an or_
what von would call NtW adner- ..
ents to the Zionist movement, ganization of boys 9. 10 and 11
for which the Miami Beach group years of age. the program of
can properly claim credit? Be- which is built around the home.
new group,'The parents are given a series of
1 three lecti
the Cubs.
last traps before me ouuie.,K 01 procedure lor inose lnierewea 10 the Cul)S A parents havinf
the war. and many of his friends consult the established group, Q n f
were outraged that he should discuss their plans, and tot aJa-lJJf"Liliibte to i(^ thto a^es o
,..,..., i,.,r Hut cision be reached after due con- '" ngion 10 join mis s< rn 1 u
choose a German ner But cHeration (if whal would be bcst ,cctun.s. Tho next meeting wil
the producer, insisting tnat tn for ^ greatest nuinbl.r of Zion- be held at the "Y" Monday eve-
time he would save by taxing |Sls |n |h(, Greater Miami area?!ning. January 25. at 8 o'clock. A.
The leaders of the Greater Miami |s. Macfariane, Scout Executive,
gen-
who
gel a wireless from me. when you
York State's new attorney
oral, is a self-made man.
worked as an office boy, book-
keeper, stock clerk and magazine
salesman to work his way
,. .. nil'1 adds Cerf. the producer turned in
through college Brooklyn S
group advised the other Zionists Barbara Grcenberg. Mrs. J. Mai-
alter' "... The next day. methods do not meet with the ap-
latest war hero, Private Leonard
Aaronson of the A. E. F. in North
Africa, who recently accounted
for two Nazis in hand-to-hand
bayonet fighting near Medjeb-el-
Bab, is normally a dreamy-eyed
young man who likes to write
poetry Kenneth Mac Kenna,
who has been story editor at
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for some
his ticket and
the Aquitania,
booked passage on
January 18. 1943
Mr Fred K. Shochet.
Editor. The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida
years, has left his job for the du- Dear Mr. Shochet.
ration, to serve as a captain in I l Wlsh t" turth.r reply to your
the Signal Corps
Kenneth,
you remember, is the son of the
editorial "Can't Hurt," in which
you seem to place the stamp of
approval upon the recent attempt
late Leo Mielziner. the distin- to organize a separate Zionist
guished painter Condolences District in Miami Beach. Being
to Louis Rittenberg, literary edi- among the Zionists in the Greater
tor of the Universal Jewish En- Miami ana who object to its or-
cyclopedia. on the death of his ianization, permit me to give
mother. Ida Rittenberg Mrs. som,e masons.
585*2*" Sew ^Zionisl'mo^nWbrSSifc
whither she had been evacuated.'ami has admittedly received only
over her protests, from Hawaii, mild support by the community,
where she had been staying with is it not better to have one large.
While the project of
dramatics, Miss Light-
Zioni'st" District j ing of the parents of boys ele-^man has begun the course with
fur 1941-42. and were ready, will-1 gjblc for a Cub Pack was held | lessons in elocution and will grad-
ually develop until the dramatics
goal is reached. All the tech-
niques of dramatics are given, in-
cluding correct breathing, the art
of public speaking, impromptu
speaking, improvised dramatics,
stage setting, the art of make-up.
and so on. Registration is still
open. All children up to 14 years
of age are eligible.
Dancing Classes
Mrs. Blanche Meyers will start
a new class for beginners in
dancing very shortly and regis-
tration is now open. Parents of
children who desire their young-
sters to enroll in the new class
are urged to communicate with
Mr. Grossman immediately and
register them.
Jewish History Course to Open
in February
As previously announced, a se-
ries of lectures on highlights of
Jewish History will be conduct-
ed at the "Y" with the coopera-
tion of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami. This course
will consist of five lectures to be
given by the members of the
Rabbinical Association in bi-
weekly sessions. Before this
course can be organized, it is
necessary to have those persons
interested register at the "Y"
Please drop a card to Mr. Gross-
man at the Y. M. H. A. and as
soon as registration is complet-
ed a date will be announced. This
will be an unusual treat for the
people in Miami and we particu-
larly urge not only members of
the Y. M. H. A. but members of
other organizations as well to join
with us in this fine project.
;"V tU7 r '!''' n v r m d S, "'," 8Ction tak,T and t,,;,t *!, Mrs. Frances Friedman. Mrs.
to read as follows: Nevei mind Beach croup would function re-, N M c,..,i Mr ->nH Mr i h
H. It's Goering and Goebbels we gardlesi of our attitude. Such1?: M- Wjf Mr. and Mrs. I. H.
Zimmon,
proval of many of the Zionists Mrs. ^1
Mrs. Aaron Kanner.
Weiner. Mrs. Frank
or non-Zionists in this area.
There is still another important
reason why the new group should
not exist, in my opinion. Miami
a
Deutsch, Mrs. Ann Belfor. Mrs.
B. S. Abrahams. Mrs. B. Kraft
and Mrs. B. Tillinger.
The idea of a Cub Pack for
ity. At the present time, tin- I'(() Ackerrnan, chairman of the
Greater Miami community is tooiboarcJ
small in Jewish population, and Y. M. H. A. Has Interesting
their interests too closely inter-1 Meeting
yen. to warrant two groups of Dospiu. the dim-out and
each organization. I am opposed
to separating our Jewish com-
munity into a Miami group and
a Miami Beach group. I am op-
posed to a Federation campaign
for Miami and another for Miami
Beach. I am opposed to a separ-
ate Miami and Miami Beach
group for each organization in
our area. Gas rationing is only
gas
restrictions, a large crowd at-
tended the first general men's
meeting of 1943 at the "Y" last
Wednesday night. After a short
business session, the members
heard and saw Vic Paul, rapid
fire cartoonist, make an imagin-
ary trip through America via
a temporary obstruction to com- cartoons. At the conclusion, car-
munity progress. The "lights will i icatures of various persons pres-
go on again," and with our vie- ] ent were drawn by Mr. Paul,
tory assured for the United Na-1 Y. W. H. A.
tions, we will have our automo-1 WpHnndiv hnmn 97 ,k v
biles, our gas. and our other con- "* January 21- tne Y
. veniences. Let us not make the W J, A' wiU hold its re*uIar
her son-in-law. Captain Harry strong, vigorous group rather mistake of determining PERM- rnontn|y meeting. Mrs. Maurice
Richmond of the U. S. Army than ,w" weak ones? Is there iANENT VALUES on emergency Grossman, chairman of the pro-
why those. conditions. gram committee, has prepared a
With Zion's greetings, I am very interesting program. Guest
Louis Popkin, the public rcla- any lo*,caJ '"'"'son why those
tions counsel who recently died rw* ^.li" ^u,n'sm !" Mlaml
at tv, M,i -. t *c iio.ich could not obtain their new
at the early age of 46. was one members for the Greater Miami
of the country s most imaginative Zionist District already in exist-
publicity minds ... He it was who
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
Lincoln Road Properties
Sales and Leases
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trutworthy Real Eitate Service
605 Lincoln Road. Ph. 5-5868
ence, rather than for a "Miami
Beach Zionist District?" Why
can't the Miami Beach Zionists
put their shoulders to the wheel
and keep it turning until our goal
is reached? The Zionists who now
bead the Greater Miami Zionist
District namely. Nathan Adel-
inan. president; Louis Gordon and
Louis Heiman, vice presidents;
Maurice Grossman, secretary, and
i seph I. Lipton. treasurer, are
sufficiently sincere and qualified
Yours very truly speaker will be Mrs. Clark I
Louis Heiman. j Stearns, president.
Pan
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see
LEON ELI1N
with
METROPOLITAN
LIFE INS. CO.
Not Best Because Biggeet
ButBiggest BecauM Be*
International
American League. Mrs.
Stearns is a prominent club wo-
man in this area and has done a
great deal to promote the friend-
ship of the Latin American Coun-
tries with us. She will have a
timely message and everyone is
invited to attend.
New Dramatics Club Formed
A new dramatics club at the Y
has recently been organized with
Miss Dorothy Lightman as in-
The United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over His
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOUS
announces the
RKMOYAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
311 Lincoln Road
Albion Bide.. Suite 309
MIAMI BEACH
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
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{ %  DAY, JANUARY 22, 1943 +Jewistinvrkflrn PAGE SEVEN FACILITIES GIVEN TO SERVICE MEN e Miami Chapter of the Mizhi Women's Organization of erica, the national religious %  omen's Zionist movement, is foinj; all out in its war effort Kive, Mrs. Samuel Fasten, of New York, chairman of the national war effort committee, dedared today. A unique service provided by the chapter is its institution of Yiddish letter writing facilities for boys in service whose parents do not read English. In addition, members of the chapter are offering fyome hospitality to Jewish service men in the community. In addition to selling a large amount of war bonds and stamps, Mrs. Fasten reported, the Miami Chapter has played a prominent role in providing service men's recreational and cultural activities. Mrs. Frieda E. Kalstein. secretary of the Miami Chapter, which was organized three years ago, reports that the chapter has raised funds for an ambulance for Palestine and a mobile kitchen for England and has collected clothes for both British and Palestine relief, besides inaugurating a first aid class and sewing and knitting for the American Red Cross. Mrs. A. Berow is president of the chapter. ADDITIONAL HELP NEEDED MRS. CLARK STEARNS WILL FOR RED CROSS GROUPS ADDRESS Y.W.H.A. MEETING The Red Cross sewing group of Temple Israel Sisterhood will meet this week at the Temple from 10:00 a. m. to 4. Classes of the Beth David Sisterhood are held at the Talmud Torah every Tuesday and Thursday at the same time. Additional workers are needed. PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative Irs. Mary Schrebnick has relied to the city after a ten day jjm$r in Miami Beach visiting her Joe, who is stationed there. Schrebnick stopped at the esident Apts., Miami Beach, as ._' guest of The Jewish Floridian, whose Palm Beach representative she has been for the past twelve years. During her stay there she was entertained by many friends. New arrivals at the Villa Claire, 223 Seminole Ave., Palm Beach, are Mrs. F. Leibowitz, Mrs. John Sklar, Mr. and Mrs. B. Tannenbaum, B. Werblowsky, Mr. and Mia. A. August, Mrs. L. Rosenberg, S. Blechman. Mr. and Mrs. William Hailparin. Oscar Blechman, Nat Hollman, and David Taancnbaum. SON LEFT FOR THE ARMY Would like to share Apt. with pie or lady; walking distice from town; price reason le; references exchanged. MRS. M SCHREBNICK 414'j 8th Street West Palm Beach, Fla. Mrs. Zella Lapidus arrived from Norfolk, Va., to spend her tenth winter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erickson, 216 Evernia. M. Lapidus is a guest at the Gilbert Hotel, visiting here from New York. Pvt. Sam Kapner has arrived at Camp Maxey, Texas, where he is serving his basic training. Mrs. Sara (Sally) Friedman, local resident for the last 14 years, last week was inducted into the WAAC, according to word reaching here. She has returned to her civil service post at the 36th St. Airport, Miami, until she is called, according to Mrs. Adelaide J. Mann, a co-worker. She is the daughter of Mrs. T. Sargent, 313 So. Sapodilla. PALESTINE BIRTH RATE NOT ENOUGH, SAYS PROFESSOR Jerusalem (WNS) — Palestine Jews are not having enough children. This is the complaint of Prof. Abraham H. Frankel of the Hebrew University. Speaking at the Nathan Straus Health Center, Prof. Frankel said that the Jewish birth rate in Palestine has dropped since 1924 to such an extent that a serious danger exists that the population increase resulting from the recent Jewish immigration will be wiped out within two generations. The natural increase among Jews has decreased from 38.2 in 1924 to 20.7 in 1941. Prof. Frankel appealed for more children "to replace those wiped out by the Nazis." TUNIS JEWS FINED 25,000,000 FRANCS BY AXIS POWERS Comdr. C. E. Chillingworth, judge of the fifth circuit court and now serving as staff officer of the Air Operational Training Command, Jacksonville Naval Air Station, was promoted from his former rank of lieutenant commander last Saturday. Comdr. Chillingworth was granted a military leave of absence from his post as jurist by Gov. Holland last May and has served in his present capacity with the Navy since then. "EAT HO L S U M 'BREAD" AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Ph. 8121 West Palm Beach. Florida For the Beat in Dairy Products ALFAR CRE.AMERV CO. WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the .Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro%  Ct CSBAM ducts and lea Cream. WMILK • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE London (WNS)—Axis leaders have imposed a fine of 25.000,000 francs on the Jews of Tunis and a number of Jewish leaders have been executed on the pretext that they have been signalling with lights to the United Nations forces to indicate targets for the bombers. Reuters, a Britisn news agency, reported from the Italian frontier, that the Axis radio has intensified its anti-Jewish propaganda among the Arabs. The Axis powers are the true friends of the Arabs, come to rescue them from the Jews. This is the theme of their incessant harangues. Mrs Clark Stearns, president of the International Pan-American League, will address the regular meeting of the Y. W. H. A. to be held at the auditorium of the Y, 1567 S. W. 5th St., Wednesday evening. January 27, at 8 o'clock. TEL AVIV MAKES PLANS FOR A BIGGER AND BETTER CITY Tel Aviv (WNS)—The Jewish city of Tel Aviv is perhaps the first to begin actual work on postwar building. The municipal council recently ratified a 'twenty million dollar program" for the city. It is expected that this program will assist those soldiers returning from the war by affording them employment and at the same time enable the city to receive more immigrants. Of the twenty million dollars. about four million will be utilized for a housing development, a million and a half for new schools and about a million dollars for parks and playgrounds. The Palestine government is expected to assist the program with a loan of the money at three and a half percent interest. NAZI AIR VICTIMS OCCUPY HOMES OF POLISH JEWS London (WNS) — Newspapers reaching neutral countries report that 360,000 Germans, who were forced to abandon their homes through R.A.F. raids are now living in Polish homes, taken from the Jews. It is expected, these same newspapers declare, that shortly another 150.000 Nazis will be brought in to Poland to occupy more of the homes formerly occupied by Jews. Word reached London this week that Jews in Paris have been forbidden to use electricity and they must not be found walking the Paris streets save during specified hours. DICKSTON WOULD BAR HATE PROPAGANDA FROM MAILS Washington (WNS) — Anyone sending literature through the mails designed to incite racial or religious hatred would be as guilty as one sending obscene matter through the mail, if a bill introduced by Representative Samuel Dickstein of New York, becomes a law. The bill would brand as unmailable "all papers, pamphlets, magazines, periodicals, books, pictures or writings of any kind, and every article or thing designed or adapted or intended to cause a racial or religious hatred or bigotry or intolerance." A maximum penalty of $5,000 fine and five years imprisonment is provided for offenders. Since the outbreak of the war in 1939, the Keren Kayemeth has planted 482,000 new trees, bringing the total number of trees in its foress to 3,263,000. The trees are planted in 38 locations in various parts of the country, on a total of 14,000 dunams of land. CORNELIUS INSURANCE KEHI 318 HARVEY BUILDING PHONE 6093 Writing Fira and cdl Kindred Lino* of Tangier (WNS)—It is reported here that the Axis military authorities have forced 10,000 additional Jews to forced labor. yiCTORY BUY UNITED STATES yfAR BONDS AND STAMPS JEWISH GUERILLAS SLAY 600 NAZIS IN MINSK SECTOR Moscow (WNS)—Jewish guerilla units operating around Minsk have wreaked some measure of vengeance for the wholesale slaughter of Jews in that section. According to the Soviet press, two such units of Jewish guerillas around Minsk attacked two Nazi military bodies in that section, killing 600 Nazis. They also derailed a Nazi train. The Soviet press takes the occasion to laud the complete willingness on the part of all Jews to do their utmost to win the war. No sacrifice, it says, is spared by the Jews with volunteers ever ready for the most perilous undertakings. Among the workers in the factories is to be found the same spirit. Typical is the story of Lazar Pasternack. He is 70 years old. but recently he doubled his output in the factory. T TO DISPENSE Pimm RELIEF Cleveland (WNS)— Praising the appointment by President Roosevelt of Governor Lehman to the new post of Director of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation, Charles P. Taft, Assistant Director of the Government's Defense, Health and Welfare Services declared in an address before the Council of Jewish Welfare Funds and Federations meeting here that even with the Government's post war relief plans, "private welfare agencies will still have a major task to perform." "Japanese and Nazi brutality." the speaker went on to say, "violates something that is deep within all of us who have grown up with our ideals of civilization and common decency. When you try to define the difference between the Axis and ourselves, you get back to certain fundamentals which were, so far as we can tell, invented by the Hebrew people. Certainly the Jews laid the foundation for our belief in justice, mercy and in the ideal of the religious statesman." Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, addressing the conference, said that the United Jewish Appeal was eager to enter a united front with all agencies working for the relief of human distress. "We have always believed in unity of approach and action in this field of humanitarian effort," he stated, adding that the attitude of the United Jewish Appeal on the question of joining war chests is that the Jewish welfare funds, if assured that all beneficiary agencies will be protected, should merge forces with local war chests for the common good. The local community must make the final decision, however, he stressed. Contributions to joint fund raising campaigns, organized by local Jewish communities to meet their local, national and overseas obligations have maintained a steady upward trend since 1933, when the Jewish welfare fund movement began to gain momentum, according to a survey on contributions and contributors during the years 1933-42, it was revealed. An analysis of 13 Jewish welfare funds established in the late twenties or early thirties showed gains of 434 per cent in contributions, and nine welfare funds showed on increase of 327 per cent in the number of contributors between 1933-34 and 194142. For the country as a whole, gains in recent years were less phenomenal with smaller communities reporting a higher rate of increase than the larger ones. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper celebrated theid 43rd wedding anniversary last Sunday. They were visited by many of their friends who called to congratulate. e e e Raymond Rubin has been confined to bed with a cold at his residence, 4523 Post Avenue. e e e Schaarei Zedek Ladies Auxiliary is sponsoring a card party at the synagogue, 1545 S. W. Third street Sunday evening, January 22. Refreshments will be served. WOMEN FOR PART TIME OCCUPATION Can work from their own homes and make surprisingly large earnings. For full details write MAC c|o P. O. Box 2973. Miami, Florida Dr. W. M. Goodson and Dr. W. H. Ellis Announce REMOVAL Of Offices From HON. E. 10th SL To Their Nevr Clinic Building • AT N. E. 1st AVENUE AT 11th STREET Just 1 Block North Of Old Location BBS BSSSSSSSSSSSS1 Bfl :;.^.5§SMi*


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AY. JANUARY 22. 1943 -Jewish Ik* Minn PAGE FIVE MMWWWWWWWW RELIGIOU S flHMOUMCEMENTS fcTH JACOB CONGREGATION W..' Ave. & Srd St., Mlnml Uoach \ MOSKH MICSCMKUiFK, lUbbl MAI'RICK MAMCIIKH, Cantor I Friday, Jan. 22, 8:15 p. m.— Kabbi Moses Mescheloff: "An Old Hong." Cantor Maurice MamBies, community singing. f Saturday, 9 a. m.—Services: •portion of the Week." Early fcabbath service, 7:30 a. m. T Adult classes—Talmud daily 5 'to 6 p. m., S. Freedman conducting. "Legends of the Talmud" Course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi Mescheloff, week days 6:30 to 7 p. m. Bible study period, H. Goldin, 8 to 9 a. m. Saturdays. All classes in synagogue building, open to public. Daily services: Morning and evening. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami MAX SHAPIRO, Ilabbl UOUIS HAYMAN. Cantor Friday, Jan. 22, 8:15 p. m.— Rabbi Max Shapiro: "A Christian Problem." Cantor Louis HayS in, Beth David boys and girls oir, Liturgical selections. Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Langner hosts at %  Ocial hour. | Saturday, 9 a. m—Services, Rabbi Max Shapiro: "The Song %  TTrue Victory." Junior services, $0:30. Mr. and Mrs. Isidor LangBer, hosts at Kiddush. f Daily services morning and evening. SHAARAY TEFILA 440 ICspanola Way, Miami Hearh Services: Daily and Saturday, Jacob L. Andron speaking Saturday morning. Adult classes: Sunday through Thursday, 6:45 p. m. CONG BETH ABRAHAM 53:. N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos; Saturday 8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Peach DR. SAMUEL. PENSION, Rabbi Friday, Jan. 22, 8 p. m.—Rabbi Abraham M. Heller, Flatbush Jewish Center, Brooklyn: "Where is God for the Duration?" Cantor Abraham D. Wolf, Center Choir, musical selections. Dr. Samuel Bension conducting. -Saturday, 9 a. m. services—Dr. Bension: "When a Jew Sings and Why." Daily services: Morning and %  evening. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st Street. Miami Peach B. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday, Jan. 22, 8:15 p. m.— Sisterhood Sabbath; Mrs. S. M. Machtei: "Most Blessed of Women." Cantor Julius Rosenstein chanting. Participating, Mrs. C. S. Tobin, Mrs. Benj. Appel, Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon, Mrs. Camille Baum, Mrs. Morris Perell, Mrs. Hannah Ellis. Hostesses, social hour: Mrs. Camille Baum, Mrs. May Zinnamon, Mrs. Ida Appel. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Service, Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Crossing the Red Sea." Hosts at Kiddush, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Appel. Adult classes—Jewish Science, Sunday, 11 a. m., Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Self-Pity." YESHTVA CENTER H46 Michigan Ave.. Miami Peach Services: Daily 8 a. m. and iturdays, 9 a. m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1R01 South Andrews Avenue Kt. I>auilerdale. Fla. I8A.MI-HI. HA1.KVI PAPON, Rabbi Sabbath services Friday 8 p. m. Religious School, Sunday at 10 m. Sisterhood benefit social, open to men and women. Monday 8 Jp. m. Sisterhood night. Fort Lauderidale Service Men's Center canteen, Wednesday 6 to 11 p. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami RAPPI JACOU H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. Rabbi Emeritus COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi Friday, Jan. 22, 8:15 p. m.— Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: "Minor Virtues of This Major Crisis." Temple Israel choir, musical selections. Saturday, 11:00 a. m.—Services, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. 164E SCHAAREI ZEDEK S. W. Third Street. Miami SIMON APRIL. Rabbi Friday. Jan. 22, 8:15 p. m.— Rabbi Simon April: "A Timely Topic." Congregational singing. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.—Services, Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion of the Week." Daily services morning and evening. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 590 S W. 17(h Avenue, Miami JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi LEWIS rjREEN, BEXTON Services daily and Saturday— Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conducting and preaching Saturday morning. Adult classes: Daily 5:15 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conducting. —Buy War Bonds Today— SUCCESS OF DUDE WAR CHEST GIVEN STRESSipDEA (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) girls have been safeguarded by YWCA, YMCA, Boy and Girl Scouts—all supported by your contributions to the Chest, while the aggregate attendance at activities of these organizations has run into the thousands. What better investment can we make for Youth! Specialized service agencies, such as Travelers Aid, Salvation Army, Seamen's Institute, Hard of Hearing Society, Crippled Children's Fund, and others have given 35,923 units of service to those who needed it in Dade County. This is something of the local picture, according to Dr. Glenn James, president of the Community Chest. The war relief agencies include appeals for China, Russia, Britain, Poland, Grece, Dutch. "These are our neighbors, our friends, fighting with us for the victory we are fighting for. And they are paying a far greater price than we are paying invasion starvation torture air attack atrocities beyond belief American medical service and food and other services to those shell shocked neighbors keeps their fighting spirit high and their resistance strong fighting for us, too. We've got to help them," stated Clements. The quota for the War Chest is $463,600. This figure has been arrived at by budget boards of both the Community and the War Chest, to determine the minimum needs for these organizations for 1943. The dates for the campaign are February 1 to 9. for the final report meetings. The opening rally will take the form of a dinner meeting at the Miami Women's Club, Thursday, Jan. 28, which will be the official "shove-! off" for the campaign. Workers and sponsoring civic organizations are expected to attend. All reservationi should be in the Chest office by Tuesday noon, January 26. The Women's Division of the! Campaign meeting Tuesday at' War Chest headquarters issues an SOS. for workers, especially at Miami Beach. Mrs. Moses Krieger and Mrs. W. D. Rowlands, co-chairmen at the Beach, will appreciate volunteers to take ten cards apiece and help clean up the residential area for contributions which will not be otherwise approached. Aside from the Jewish Fedcration appeal, and the American Red Cross, everything of importince is included in this War Chest campaign. "Don't forget hat what you invest in war bonds is what you save for yourself, and is necessary; but what you contribute to the War Chest is what you give, and share with someone who needs it more than you do in this war time emer;ency," cautioned the chairman of the drive. y^^^^^^^y^^^^y^^,^^ ^ ,! !^ ^ ^ ^^ ^! ^^ INFORMATION ON BAN ON PLEASURE DRIVING The new ban on pleasure driving does not affect present value of A, B, and C coupons. Occupational or other necessity driving is not affected. Ban means simply a tightening of supervision of the use to which the gasoline ration is put. There is no justification for a run on gas stations. Definition of occupational, family or personal necessity driving: Passenger automobiles in gasoline shortage area may be used only for occupational and family or personal necessity driving. Such driving to include shopping, attendance at religious services, procuring medical attention, visiting the sick, attending funerals, or attending meetings directly related to the occupation or profession of the applicant or necessary to the public welfare or war effort, or driving to meet an emergency involving a threat of life, health or property. Such driving not to include going to places of amusement, recreation, or entertainment, or social calls, sightseeing, touring or vacation travel. Violators to be subject to cancellation of gasoline ration. State, county and municipal law enforcement officers requested to report violations to local OPA office or local War Price and Rationing Boards who may take action to cut off or reduce ration. PROLONG THE LIFE OF YOUR BATTERY-RUN RADIO Don't waste your batteries. Operate your radio only when there are programs that you particularly want to hear. Avoid long, continuous radio operation. Break up your reception into a number of short periods. Keep batteries away from heat. Have the tubes checked regularly as insurance against battery wastage. Disconnect the batteries from the radio when not in operation. FOUR WAYS TO HELP YOUR RATIONING PROGRAM 1. Use your ration book correctly. Trying to beat the ration is trying to cheat your neighbors and your Nation. 2. Buy no more than you actually need, when you need it. It is much better to keep your coupons as long as possible by planning your needs and looking ahead a little. 3. If you need less of a commodity than you are entitled to, don't stock up on it just because you have the rationing coupons. 4. Learn to make scarce goods go further and last longer. SERVING F L O I D A 5 I N C S I A MtP'CANIEWISH DINNER r Br\ %  d II A n( : o i L i N s AVI *1T REG II $ M I M I E t A C H Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Bast • It Coata No Mora OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Dalicioua Corned Baaf Plcklad. Cookad and Smoked Maata 37th and Normal Ava. Chlcaga Me. BRENTWOOD, 9*. Delicious Prepared Fried Chicken Dinner Mrs. Shiek's Famous Graham Cracker Pie CORAL WAY AT 29th AVE.. MIAMI ... Take Bui 4 to the Door PHONE 4-26-4 FEBRUARY DESIGNATED WAR BOND MONTH FOR ZIONISTS Above are graduates of the Hebrew Union College, ordained at an unusual mid-year graduation of the College on Saturday, January 16. Reading from left to right, top row: Alvin I. Fine, Portland, Ore.; Julian F. Fleg, University City, Mo.; Robert L. Katz, Aurora, 111.; bottom row: Abraham Klausner, Denver, Colo.; Bertram W. Korn, Philadelphia, Pa.; Joseph M. Strauss, Pontiac, Mich. Washington( WNS)—The month of February has been designated by the U. S. treasury as War Savings Month for members of the Zionist Organization of America. The decision was taken following a consultation of treasury officials with Judge Louis E. Leventhal, president of the Zionist Organization, and Judge Morris Rothernberg, chairman of the National War Effort Committee. for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In AE PBMIAL A SAVINGS INSTITUTION Which hat never paid leu than 3% on insured savings. RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON. President 45 NORTHEAST FUST AVENUE Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GORDON FUNERAL HOME YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 710 S. 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PAGE TWO +Jewisi>ncrMbr) FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. 1943 Social • • Personals • • Clubs Organizations MRS. JEAN G. GADON Among new WAAC recruits is Mrs. Jean G. Gadon, 946 S. W. Fourth street, wife of Louis Gadon. Hebrew teacher at Beth David school. A native of New York, where she received her nurse's certificate. Mrs. Gadon has been active in both Red Cross and Girl Scout affairs. She has taught first aid classes for the Red Cross and organized Central School's Girl Scout troop here. Mrs. Louis Block tendered a reception in honor of her daughter's recent marriage following a meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Sisterhood last Tuesday afternoon. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, newly elected spiritual leader of the congregation, addressed the gathering. A package party was announced for Sunday evening, January 31st, at the synagogue. TOWER THEATRE S. W. 8TH ST. AT 15th AVE. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Friday and Matinee Only Sat. Ian. 22-23 BORIS KARLOFF PETER LORRE SLAPSIE MAXIE ROSENBLOOM IN "THE BOOGIE MAN WILL GET YOU" • t • Starts Sat. at 4:30 p. m. and Sunday Thru Tuesday Ian. 23-26 "ARABIAN NIGHTS" IN TECHNICOLOR WITH MARIA MONTEZ ION HALL BILLY GILBERT SABU EXTRA "THE NAVY AND THE NATION" in the new "MARCH OF TIME" Barbara Berger is recuperating from an appendectomy at the Riverside Hospital. • • • Th e International Relations Discussion Group of the National Council of Jewish Women will meet Tuesday. 10 a. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. The topic for discussion, "The Problems Which Face Us in the Post War World and How They Can Be Met Through International Organization.'' will be presented by Mrs. Harry Marcus. Mrs W. I. Kciicr, Mrs Many Barnhard. Mrs. A. Laschower, and Mrs. Benjamin Pollak. • • • The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Rebecca Wolkowsky. pioneer Miamian. will take place Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the City Cemetery. N. E. 19th St. and 2nd Ave.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David officiating. Friends of the family are asked to be present. Mrs. Wolkowsky left three sons. Frank. Isaac and Joe. The unveiling will be under the personal direction of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Company. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Scheinherg of New York City are in Miami between planes for Bolivia Mr. Scheinberg, an attorney, is on an important mission to the South American country. While here they will visit with their uncles, P. Scheinberg and M. Scheinberg, and their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers. • • • Mrs. Robert Magidoff. wife of the well known Associated Press correspondent, and NBC commentator in Moscow, will speak here for the students at the University of Miami. Thursday. January 21. After her lecture at the University. Mrs. Magidoff will be guest of Mr. and Mrs. Azar. at a luncheon given in her honor, at their home in Coral Gables. Other guests will include Mrs. Arnold H. Volpe. and Mrs. and Mrs. Joseph Rambam. vice-chairman of Russian War Relief. • • • Pvt. Bernard Greenstein is in Miami from Camp Gordon. Augusta, spending a furlough with his wife and their friends. • • • Mrs. Harry A. Goodman of Springfield. Mass., is the guest of her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs M. S. Rubin. Flamingo Drive, Miami Beach. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Nordin have returned from Chicago to spend the winter here PARK HOTEL SPA-HEALTH RESORT MIAMI. FLORIDA. AMERICAN PLAN HOTEL A £ r Tro Pl'l l.rnnnda I 1'inf.irl il.l,K, ...mi ll.-li'li.u. Mrala HporU and Knrtiil IM SANITARIUM CM K..1 .„


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1943 +Jewisi) ncridiar PAGE THREE %  MANY JEWS HIDE IN THE WOODS TO E Federation Drive Dates Set March 21-31; Efforts Are to Be Intensified for Speedy Culmination of Solicitation for Funds London (WNS)—Fleeing from the Gestapo raids, dreading the I deportation which is most often I but another name for extermina> tion, thousands of European Jews | have taken to the woods. Here and there, among the local nonJewish population, they may find a friendly shelter and refuge, but in the end, they are generally discovered by the Gestapo. Reports of these Jewish wanderers in the woods reached London through the underground channels this week. i It was reported this week that Hie deportation of all Jews from ijtatovicn, Seanesse and Bodzin, Vree of the larger cities in Na/.iffecupied Poland has been competed. The Nazi radio stations this Week complained that Polish Hfews forced to work as artisans Hn German war industries are Sabotaging by not producing the Bull quota of war work expected Bof them. Texts of the decrees issued by Bthc Nazis, revealing the process %  of Nazi extermination of Jews, %  reached the Polish governmentKin-exile this week. These texts E indicate that the first steps in the Nazi process of annihilation is to ^concentrate the Jews in isolated ^Centers. London official circles ^believe that this is done in order Sto prevent non-Jews from ob%  erving the mass murder of the Jews. MITCHELL WOLFSON Vice-President of Federation, and Co-Chairman of the Initial Gifts Division The Greater Miami Jewish Federation has set dates for the 1943 campaign BENJAMIN BRONSTON President of Federation, and CoChairman of the Initial Gifts Division Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. WHEN THE DRAMATIC I.H the board of Federation, will head the campaign and will be ably assisted by a large group of division heads, team captains and workers. Organization of these divisions are now in progress with carefully planned details for the drive in its entirety being formulated daily. The structure of the campaign organization | differs slightly from that of previous years and the changes are attributed to efforts to smooth out minor difficulties encountered by the workers in the past drives.! A planning committee for the i campaign has been in session dur-1 ing the past three months charting the concerted appeal effort the success of which must be insured in view of increased needs arising | in part from the war crisis and programs rendered the service men. The campaign planning committee which last week announced the selection of Mr. Myers as i chairman, made public the selection of Benjamin Bronslon and Mitchell Wolfson as co-chairmen of the Initial Gifts Division. Mr. Bronston is president of Federation. He was one of the organizers of the Miami Round Table, National Conference of and announced Christians and Jews, and assistthat the period from March 21 to %  ed in directing its program. Hejof Federation and is a 31 will call for an intense effort j is active on the Miami Beach Repf the Miami Beach City Council, on the part of Greater Miami' alty Board and was selected to! He is a member of the budget Jewry in order to attain the quo-j represent Federation at the 1943 committee of the Community to of funds needed. Previous General Assembly held this Chest and is on the admission | campaigns have been held in month in Cleveland. He is servcommittee of the War Chest He January and the lateness of this ing on the National Boards of the has been active in the Y. M C. A. I year's drive is in deference to the HIAS. Joint Distribution Com! and serves on the Anti-Defama| War Chest appeal to be made in mittee and the J. T A. He is a ; tion committee of B nai B nth. February. member of the Anti-Defamation | He is president of the Wometco Stanley C. Myers, chairman of committee and of the Temple IsTheatre chain. The planning committee announces other divisions set up for the drive are Special Gifts. Advance Gifts, Men's and Women's Divisions, Youth. Arrang< nunts. Publicity. Volunteer Service ins eloquent description of the tragedy of the Jewi.sh people and demanded :hal the mentor) Oi the L'.uUO.OUO marbe perpetuated by the aciiulsiof at least S.OOO.000 dunama of Palestine land. Ml SI I INKY O. KPSWOR.M of I lay ion. o., National ll'nal ll'rlth Tieasurer, is presenting to Dr. Goldstein, as an exjnesslon of the unshakable faith in the victory of the democracies and In the future of Jewish Palestine, the agreement which was signed at the conference and which calls for the establishment of a second ll'nal It'rith colony on the land Of the J. N. F. to bear the name %  %  ( Henry Monsky, National President of IVl-S ilon National Fund of America; Wllllamthe B'nai ll'rlth. (5) MEMORIAL, EXERCISES for the martyred heroes at which huge Yahrzeit candles wenlit, a collective Kaddish was recited b> the delegates and Ezekicl's vision of the Valley of the Dead (Eseklel XX.WI1, 1-4) was read, ending with the propht-o "And I shall put my spirit into ye ant) ye shall live ai .1 I shall settle you 'upon your soil"; Jacob Blnooff, .1 N. F. Treasurer, and Theodora Stilmllng. President of the LOS Angeles J. S. F Council, are seen in the background. The session concluded with the adoption of the "Am Yisroel Chal" program and a resolution which pledged the Councils throughout the country to work for the acquisition this year, as a beginning. oT 1011.IXKI dunama of land (6) JUDGE MORRIS ROTHENIiERG. a former Z. O. A. President, acting as toast master at a dinner In tribute to Dr. Goldstein, announced plans for a Nachlnth Goldstein, a land tract bearing the name of the J N. F. ITesident. to mark the tenth year of his leadership of the cause of Geulath lla.net/ In the United Statea: DR. JAMES G. HEM.ER. President of the Central Conference of American Kahhta. and Chairman of the Z. O. A. Administrative Council, is seen addressing the gathering; (7) HON. AI.HEN \V. MA UK LEY, Majtvrtty leader In the Senate of the United States, paving tribute to the J. N. F. President; to his left. Dr. (ioldsteln. to his right, Mrs. Israel Goldstein. I'uiiiT.-il Chapel 0C. W PLA6LIR ST. A ?^ CE 9-2664 A LL SET for a good full day's work when a nagging headache sneaks up on you. You suffer and so does your work. • Ready for an evening of relaxation and enjoyment — a pesky headache interferes with your fun, rest, enjoyment or relaxation. DR. 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PAGE FOUR -Jewlstincrkaan FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1943 wjewtisti IFIoriidliiaiin PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 11 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P.O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 Fred K. Shoch.t. Managing Editor One SUBSCRIPTION Year. $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 rtered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1943 SHE VAT 16, 5703 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 4 IN NORTH AFRICA According to Harold MacMillan, the British Minister to North Africa, all the anti-Jewish regulations of that land instituted by the Vichy Government, have not yet been abolished. The British and American people, he declares, will not permit a continuance of these abuses. "The attitude of the French regime towards the Jews must be changed and the Hitlerite taint removed." he adds. The first of the American troops to land in North Africa were commanded by an American Jew, Col. A. H. Rosenberg The casualty lists recently published show a very considerable number of Jewish names. Many American Jewish soldiers have paid with their lives for the winning of North Africa. Their blood and the blood of all the fallen Americans will have been shed in vain, if these anti-Jewish restrictions continue! The situation in North Africa has been a delicate one, it is true. Seeking democratically as far as possible the good will of the French, the diplomatic authoritits have acted slowly, perhaps too slowly. Recent events in North Africa show that the Nazi corruption has gone deep. The land, as the British minister well said, is tainted with the Hitlerite corruption But it is because this corruption is so clear, that the United Nations must act speedly to remove it. Not only to the Jews, but to all liberal thinking people in England and America and elsewhere, the connivings and intrigues of the Fascist and royalist group, has been thoroughly distasteful and Allied morale cannot continue on a high plane, if this condition is longer endured. NAZI ATROCITIES "Here I unite my voice to the loud denunciations uttered by the Catholic bishop and peoples of France, Italy and other countries against the brutal persecution of Jews. Poland has witnessed acts of such savage race hatred that it appears fiendishly planned to be turned into a vast cemetery of the Jewish population in Europe. "We appeal insistently to the humane feelings and Christian sense of justice of the entire civilized world for a speedy end of this wholesale campaign of extermination. No deceitful pretexts can discount the outrages committed by the invaders. The outrages are too well authenticated." Arthur Cardinal Hmsley, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminister. A GOOD JEW In a congregational bulletin there appeared a little article in which a series of definitions of "a good Jew" were given. Most of those are excellent, and from that series of definitions we have selected the greater number which do suggest a guide for each Jew to follow in his daily effort to be the best kind of a Jew and, therefore, also the high-type of human being. We draw the attention of our readers to the fact that these definitions are neither parochial nor provincial. They are broad as life and as inclusive as our daily experiences. Examine these definitions and see how significant they are: A good Jew is one who deals honestly with his fellowmen under all circumstances. A good Jew is one who helps provide an opportunity for all men to enjoy the necessities and moderate comforts of life. A good Jew is one who is impatient with the political, social and economic ills, and encourages the search of remedies A good Jew is tolerant of the religious philosophies of all people. A good Jew bears no grudge and provokes no strife. A good Jew neither gossips nor slanders. A good Jew educates his children Jewishly. A good Jew is mindful of the problems of Jews the world over. A good Jew is responsive to the spiritual, educational and economic needs of his people. A good Jew reads books of Jewish interest. A good Jew is not demoralized by anti-Semitism. A good Jew searchingly evaluates the past and painstakingly examines the presentA good Jew is an optimist. A good Jew is not a snob. A good Jew is not a show-off. A good Jew seeks inner refinement—intellectual, spiritual, aesthetic. A good Jew is sympathetic and understanding. A good Jew is not mean, quarrelsome, overbearing, obnoxious. A good Jew cultivates good manners. A good Jew strives for the continuity of the Jewish people. A good Jew wants to be intelligently Jewish He seeks to know his people's history, language and literature. Jewish Ledger, HartPresentat.on of a new Safer Torah to the Beth Sholom Center took Place in an elaborate ceremony Sunday evening. .Pictured above is Alfred B. Rosenstein, right, president, accepting the Safer from the donors, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perell of Miami Beach. Rabbi S M Machtci presided during the evening with Charles S. Tobin accepting the gl ft, as chairman of the board of directors, in the absence of the president and the vice president, Raymond Rubin. Dr. Jacob H Kaplan and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff spoke. Cantor Julius Rosenstem chanted and was joined in several musical selections by Mrs Rebeccah Sachs. Israel Reiffel was the Sofar. NAZIS ALLOW "PART JEWS" TO FIGHT AND DIE FOR THEM Moscow (WNsT— The Nazis with great drain on their man power, have come to believe apparently that a little Jewish blood may not be so contaminating. At hast, that is the conclusi#n one may draw from some documents discovered by the Russians from a captun d Nazi staff headquarters. These documents reveal that since last April t has been all right as far as the Nazis were concerned, for Germans who were only "quarter Jews or half Jews to serve m the Nazi army." Those with only 25 per cent Jewish blood were not to be discriminated against, the texts of the decrees order, and could even become officers. But those who were 50 P^rcontJ l; w SmiKhtfj(!hlan pnvaS FUOhrtr bUt n as CLOS^RV^S 1 SC HOOLS CLOSED BY^GO VERNMENT Zurich (WNS)-According to information received here the rWeH n 'n n T 8 Vernmcnt has ordered all Jewish schools closed Thousands of Jews, ranging £ age from children to venerable men w,th beards, are bong forced to the work of remov ng the snow from Bucharest streets Above is one of the Medical Field Units for the valiant Russian Army which the United Jewish War Effort is purchasing with the contributions of American Jews. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Chairman of the United Jewish War Effort; Senator Claude Pepper of Florida, and Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum, Chairman of the Executive Committee, stand in front of the portable hospital, at the first Victory Drive Dinner of the United Jewish War Effort held recently at the Hotel Commodore in New York City. $2,000,000 is being raised by the United Jewish War Effort for one thousand Medical Field Units. Each is completely equipped for emergency operations as well as emergency medical treatment. The minimum price of one unit is $2,000. The name of the donor, whether organization or individual. will be engraved on the body of the Unit, and an acknowledgement sent from Russia, as soon as the hospital arrives on Russian soil. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMtictty ecmpdmtiai -By PHINEAS J. BIRONWE WONDER Is it true that Lessing J. Rosenwald resigned as head of the War Production Board's Conservation Division because he could not stomach the anti-Semitic pressure prevalent in many Washington official circles? ... In pre-war days, by the way, Rosenwald was chairman of the board of Sears, RoeBuck Company, of which Nelson, now W. P. B. chairman, was an executive vice president Nelson and Rosenwald are close friends, and the W. P. B. chief is known as a staunch opponent of all racial and religious prejudicemongering We wonder, too, how much credence to put into the rumors that Secretary of the Treasury Henry J. Morgenthau, Jr. is slated to head a new body that is to draw up plans for the prevention of a post-war inflation period not only in this country but all over the world. CORRECTION, PLEASE Aside to Elliot Paul: Not only was Hugo Stinnes, whom in your "The Last Time I Saw Paris" you identify as a "German-Jewish multimillionaire," not a Jew, but he had decided anti-Semitic leanings Indeed, at one state conference at which Walter Ratheau, then Germany's foreign minister, made a proposal designed to aid his country in the difficult period immediately following the last war, Stinnes turned the tide against the Rathenou plan by sneering at it is a product of "an alien psychology," and hence not be considered by true Germans" ... In this misstatement of yours, Mr. Paul, we don't, however, see any malicious intent on your part, but only a distressing sign of the effect of the constant repetition of anti-Semitic propaganda, so insidiously pervasive that even a liberal writer like you will take it for granted that Stinnes-who. to quote you again, "made his ortune while others in Germany were starving"-must ipso facto have been a JewJEWISH NEWS mJt h L S w aC T 5 n Qi B u' ri,h ta holdina out a real inducement for War Bond purchasers at a rally it is staging early amn.Z • ? e J ,Und ff d peiSOna who invest the largest amounts in the Bonds wrll each receive a neatly wrapped prize package containing one whole pound of butter New Lae S ,h^ al \ Street S y naaoaue *• 'o*e best of our knowThnvJ.W 7 Y S y naaoaue the country where people may have their fingerprints recorded The two week? armistice aoS^STand S? Q H nd anU Zionis does no, pleTe tiS the effect that Morris Ep^5^5^f T^wTZfl^T Qn K d 2 W Wi,h the UnSeJlewon\ne a s,a^ mmmmm TH r ir ^raaasasaa e D, ~ 1H S AND THAT d^da"rrhi^r sh vi„J d !" 9er J!? e ^ < *• ** lisher Morris Weinfcera's an„m„, ^"P 08 1


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PAGE SIX rJmlstncrkitorJ FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1943 B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Bv PAUL WEITZMAN I Sholcm Lodge has just completed plans fur the installation of its officers and those of the Ladies Auxiliary and in so doing will contribute to the cultural benefit of the community. The installation will ho hold on February 7th. 1943 at Temple Isra.'l in Miami and will commence at 8:00 p. m. The installation ceremonies will he brief in order that members and their friends give their attention to a widely known author and speak, iwho wi'l come to Miami especially for the purpose of addiv-sing friends of B'nai B'rith. Marvin Lowenthal, author and speaker c %  : prominence, will be guest speaker, His books. "Worlds Passed By." "Life of Henrietta Szold." and "Life of Jews in Gi rman." among others, have create I a great demand for his services as a speaker an I er, throughout the country. Sholem L is using the occasion of its installation of ofi ICI I bring Mr. Lowenthal to Miami, in order that the community may have p rtunity to hear him.i Although great expense has been incurred in arranging the prom there will be no admicharge. and members, their ladies and fri< New A. D. L. Regional Head Harol I C ihen, managing tor of the Jacksonville Journal. I has been named as the Florida Regii n il Director of the AntiDefan L igue. to succeed William I Boxern Mr C 1 well qualified to carry on I work nal Offici ably handli I by BUI Boxerman, and will soon to assume new dutii s. It is expected that members ol B'nai B'rith will at the next meet.. %  to .'• Mi C vill hathe fullest co-opera. rk. Membership Drive TI intry, B'nai B'rit conducting %  .! th( 1 that Km %  1 rj tain %  bu moi ork*' %  A • lem :. acqu v Alb. :• meml ,., lt tec. has announced that the committee will consist of one hund: red members. Every past president of Sholcm Lodge is an hon1 orary chairman of this committee. There will be no personal glorification for any one man. There is work for every man. and every man is expected to work. The campaign will culminate j with ceremonies appropriate to the occasion, and the day, Monday. Washington's Birthday, February 22nd. 1943. Greater Miami Jewish Federation So that members may know | to what extent the Creator Miami Jewish Federation aids in I the work and activities of B'nai j B'rith. it is important to show that support has been pledged to' the Florida State Stud, nt Union Committee. B'nai B'rith Wider Scope. Joint Defense Appeal (which contributes to Anti-D' tarnation I.e.mm I and LeO N. I.evi Memorial Hospital. It must be understood that B'nai B'rith supports all of its activities, maintains and nurtures them, but the demands are many and great and without help some ol the good work carried on for years would suffer. And the "Fed< ration.'' recognizing the need, and the importance, %  I 1 arrying on ti 1 .. greater extent than ev r b< pledged to assist these B'nai ; B'rith activities and projects. Men. %  : lould bear this in : win n they make their contributions to the Greater Miami ; Federation. RECOMMENDED On his page will appear the advertisements of a group of "above the averaqe" firms and individuals whose product or service has proven Re'urthany average" firms and individuals whose product or service nas proven Reliability and Dependability. Feel free to call 2-1141 at any time for further information as to any of the advertisements listed below or to fill any of your many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be placed at your disposal. Ask for B. R. Walzer. ENFIELD' S CAMERA SHOP AND PORTRAIT STUDIO Corner Washington Annul PHONE 5-7111 409 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 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PAGE EIGHT tJewlstincrkUan FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1943 Tidbit* from Everywhere STMCTLy COfflDOlM { By PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 To appreciate this you should know that such a sale is equivalent to the selling of over a million copies of a book in the United States ... If Orson Welles goes through with his plan to make a movie version of "Mein Kampf," with himself playing the role of Adolf, we hope he'll turn over the authors share of the proceeds to the National Refugee Service Columbia University's Professor Irwin Edman is doing the preparatory work for a major opus ... It will be a comprehensive study of philosophy, in which Dr. Lin Ytang will collaborate with Edman The Chinese scholar will write of Oriental philosophy, and the Amerito advance the Zionist movement in our community, if sincere Zionists will give them a helping hand; and any time the Zionists ill Miami Beach want a meeting held there, you can rest assured %  mere telephone call to MF Of the officers will accomplish the desired result. Secondly, the method of organizing the group in Miami Beach needs airing. It supposedly start! ed with about fifty NEW mem! propelled S. Klein's dress shop on Union Square. New York, into its present position as the world's largest retail dress establishment Our deepest sympathy to his widow, mystery fiction author Zelda Popkin. WEEKLY GIGGLE Publisher Bennett Corf, whose compilation of war jokes has just been brought out by Pocket Books (not his own firm), has done a swell job m collecting the best of the humor of this war and its predecessors We can't resist the temptation to relay to you one of his fines stones, which concerns a Hollywood producer. Herman J. Mankiewicz ... It seems that a famous Hollywood producer had hooked passage j~ re Organizing a aboard the Bremen on one ol her would it not have been proper \ three lectures on programing for last trips before the outbreak of procedure for those interested to ihn n „ K An „ ,„„,# %  bavins THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES Br HARRY SCHWARTZ ben Did >"'' kn w l, ; l l t £S? T. M. H. A. Organise. Cub Pack structor. \ S?^Ji^SJS'e g &\ The f,st organizational meet-; this dub to big and able to pay their dues t fhc Y M H A Monday eveagain for M2-4$? A these 1^ Th(> Cub Pack 1S an or what von would call NtW adner. .. ents to the Zionist movement, ganization of boys 9. 10 and 11 for which the Miami Beach group years of age. the program of can properly claim credit? Bewhich is built around the home. new group,'The parents are given a series of 1 three lecti the Cubs. last traps before me ouuie.,K 01 procedure lor inose lnierewea 10 the Cul)S A parents havinf the war. and many of his friends consult the established group, Q n f we re outraged that he should discuss their plans, and tot aJa-lJJf"Liliibte to i(^ thto a^es o %  .,„..., i,„.,r Hut cision be reached after due con•'" ngion 10 join mis s< rn 1 u choose a German ner But c H e ration (if whal would be bcst cctun s Tho next meeting wil the producer, insisting tnat tn for ^ g reate st nuinbl r of Zionbe held at the "Y" Monday evetime he would save by taxing |Sls |n |h( Greater Miami area?!ning. January 25. at 8 o'clock. A. The leaders of the Greater Miami | s Macfariane, Scout Executive, genwho gel a wireless from me. when you York State's new attorney oral, is a self-made man. worked as an office boy, bookkeeper, stock clerk and magazine salesman to work his way ,. .. nil' 1 adds Cerf. the producer turned in through college Brooklyn S group advised the other Zionists Barbara Grcenberg. Mrs. J. Mai%  alter' "... The next day. methods do not meet with the aplatest war hero, Private Leonard Aaronson of the A. E. F. in North Africa, who recently accounted for two Nazis in hand-to-hand bayonet fighting near Medjeb-elBab, is normally a dreamy-eyed young man who likes to write poetry Kenneth Mac Kenna, who has been story editor at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for some his ticket and the Aquitania, booked passage on January 18. 1943 Mr Fred K. Shochet. Editor. The Jewish Floridian, Miami, Florida years, has left his job for the duDear Mr. Shochet. ration, to serve as a captain in I l Wlsh t" turth.r reply to your the Signal Corps Kenneth, you remember, is the son of the editorial "Can't Hurt," in which you seem to place the stamp of approval upon the recent attempt late Leo Mielziner. the distinto organize a separate Zionist guished painter Condolences District in Miami Beach. Being to Louis Rittenberg, literary ediamong the Zionists in the Greater tor of the Universal Jewish EnMiami ana who object to its orcyclopedia. on the death of his ianization, permit me to give mother. Ida Rittenberg Mrs. som e masons. 585*2*" £ Sew ^•Zionisl'mo^nWbrSSifc whither she had been evacuated. a mi has admittedly received only over her protests, from Hawaii, mild support by the community, where she had been staying with is it not better to have one large. While the project of dramatics, Miss LightZioni'st" District j ing of the parents of boys ele-^man has begun the course with fur 1941-42. and were ready, will-1 gjblc for a Cub Pack was held | lessons in elocution and will gradually develop until the dramatics goal is reached. All the techniques of dramatics are given, including correct breathing, the art of public speaking, impromptu speaking, improvised dramatics, stage setting, the art of make-up. and so on. Registration is still open. All children up to 14 years of age are eligible. Dancing Classes Mrs. Blanche Meyers will start a new class for beginners in dancing very shortly and registration is now open. Parents of children who desire their youngsters to enroll in the new class are urged to communicate with Mr. Grossman immediately and register them. Jewish History Course to Open in February As previously announced, a series of lectures on highlights of Jewish History will be conducted at the "Y" with the cooperation of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. This course will consist of five lectures to be given by the members of the Rabbinical Association in biweekly sessions. Before this course can be organized, it is necessary to have those persons interested register at the "Y" Please drop a card to Mr. Grossman at the Y. M. H. A. and as soon as registration is completed a date will be announced. This will be an unusual treat for the people in Miami and we particularly urge not only members of the Y. M. H. A. but members of other organizations as well to join with us in this fine project. ;" V tU 7 r '!''' N v• r m d S, "'," 8Ction tak, T and t,,;,t *••!, Mrs. Frances Friedman. Mrs. to read as follows: Nevei mind Beach croup would function re-, N M c,.„.,i Mr ->nH Mr i H H. It's Goering and Goebbels we gardlesi of our attitude. Such 1 ? : M Wjf Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Zimmon, proval of many of the Zionists Mrs. ^1 Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Weiner. Mrs. Frank or non-Zionists in this area. There is still another important reason why the new group should not exist, in my opinion. Miami a Deutsch, Mrs. Ann Belfor. Mrs. B. S. Abrahams. Mrs. B. Kraft and Mrs. B. Tillinger. The idea of a Cub Pack for ity. At the present time, tinI (() Ackerrnan, chairman of the Greater Miami community is tooi b oarcJ small in Jewish population, and Y. M. H. A. Has Interesting their interests too closely inter-1 Meeting •yen. to warrant two groups of Dospiu the dim-out and each organization. I am opposed to separating our Jewish community into a Miami group and a Miami Beach group. I am opposed to a Federation campaign for Miami and another for Miami Beach. I am opposed to a separate Miami and Miami Beach group for each organization in our area. Gas rationing is only gas restrictions, a large crowd attended the first general men's meeting of 1943 at the "Y" last Wednesday night. After a short business session, the members heard and saw Vic Paul, rapid fire cartoonist, make an imaginary trip through America via a temporary obstruction to comcartoons. At the conclusion, carmunity progress. The "lights will i icatures of various persons presgo on again," and with our vie] ent were drawn by Mr. Paul, tory assured for the United Na-1 Y. W. H. A. tions, we will have our automo-1 WpHnndiv hnmn 97 ,k„ v biles, our gas. and our other con— "* Januar y 21 tne Y veniences. Let us not make the W J, A wiU hold its re uIar her son-in-law. Captain Harry strong, vigorous group rather mistake of determining PERMrnontn| y meeting. Mrs. Maurice Richmond of the U. S. Army than ,w weak ones? Is there IANENT VALUES on emergency Grossman, chairman of the prowhy those. conditions. gram committee, has prepared a With Zion's greetings, I am very interesting program. Guest Louis Popkin, the public rclaany lo ,ca J '"'"'son why those tions counsel who recently died rw* ^.li" ^ u,n sm !" Mlaml at tv, M ,i„ -.„„ t *c iio.ich could not obtain their new at the early age of 46. was one members for the Greater Miami of the country s most imaginative Zionist District already in existpublicity minds ... He it was who REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Sales and Leases B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trutworthy Real Eitate Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph. 5-5868 ence, rather than for a "Miami Beach Zionist District?" Why can't the Miami Beach Zionists put their shoulders to the wheel and keep it turning until our goal is reached? The Zionists who now bead the Greater Miami Zionist District namely. Nathan Adelinan. president; Louis Gordon and Louis Heiman, vice presidents; Maurice Grossman, secretary, and %  i seph I. Lipton. treasurer, are sufficiently sincere and qualified Yours very truly speaker will be Mrs. Clark I Louis Heiman. j Stearns, president. Pan BEFORE YOB BUY see LEON ELI1N with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggeet But—Biggest BecauM Be* International American League. Mrs. Stearns is a prominent club woman in this area and has done a great deal to promote the friendship of the Latin American Countries with us. She will have a timely message and everyone is invited to attend. New Dramatics Club Formed A new dramatics club at the Y has recently been organized with Miss Dorothy Lightman as inThe United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOUS announces the RKMOYAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bide.. Suite 309 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry •*


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