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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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VOLUME 16No. 5
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
First War Chest Drive
Gets Under Way With
Dinner Meet Yesterday
The big dinner mooting of the
PJrst War Chest Drive at the Mi-
ami Women's Club last night was
the "go" signal for the intensive
drive to end Feb. 9. Its goal is
$463,600 to finance 10 war agen-
Cies and 22 local charity and wel- [
Hre organizations for the entire
year
Preparations have been under.
Hay fr several weeks during
lich the 3,000 men and women
Ko will do the canvassing have |
ten grouped in a dozen divis-
>ns.
BODY WILL STUDY
POST M NEEDS
Pittsburgh (WNS)The estab-
lishment within the next five
months of an American Jewish
Chairmen of most of these divi-; Assembly to study Jewish posi-
tions already have been given war problcrns and to formulate "a
final instructions and campaign
Supplies to their helpers.
common program of action in con-
nection with post-war problems"
Campaign leadership for the was votcd this wcek by repreSen-
War Chest of Dade County has tatives of 32 national Jewish or-
been completed, according to i ganizati0ns attending a special
Frank B. Shutts, campaign chair- conference here called by B'nai
man, who made his final division-1 B'rith.
al chairmanship appointment this; The pr0posed American Jewish
week in W. W. Ingalls, War Pro- \ Assembly would consist of 500
duction and Construction Divis- delegates, of whom 125 would be
ion, for which Morris Klass is. name(j by the cooperating na-
gerving as secretary. (tional Jewish organizations while
Other division chairmen in- j the rernaining 375 would be elect-
elude: Business, Ray V. Earnest; j ed by jewish communities thru-
?"tional firms, Harold Landfield; out tbc COUntry on the basis of
ublic employees, Martin F. Av-j Jewish population. The decis-
Kry; negro, Capt. James Scott; ion to set up tbe American Jew-
fcommercial, James I. Keller; edu- ] ish Assembly is subject to ratifi-
fcational, James T. Wilson; pro- catjon by each of the participat-
essional, Jack Erneman; public ing Jewish organizations,
prvice, H. H. Hyman; special At the Pittsburgh parley an ex-
fcnance. Oscar Dooly; tracks. John ecutive committee of 38 was cre-
S. Knight; women. Mrs. L. J. ated with one representative of
McCaffrey; labor, Roy Singer; each of the 32 organizations. The
navy personnel, Lt. Com. J. A. Qther six places were held open
Garrison; army personnel. Capt. for Jewish organizations not rep-
Louis C. Barley. I resented at the conference. Among
Each of these chairmen has or-, the unrepresented Jewish groups
. ganized his own division neces-, were the American Jewish Com-
..ajary to the size for covering the mittee and the Jewish Labor
_-.accounts assigned. The women s Committee.
ivision, responsible for all soli- Thc duties of the suggested As-
titation in the residential area, sembly wiu bp: To consider and
ffis composed of 600 loyal women rcC0mmend action on problems
gwho really do the "foot work" reiating to the rights and status
land assemble tho small contribu- of Jews in the post-war world;
j tions which in many instances t{) consjder and recommend action
represent real sacrificial giving, on al] mattcrs looking to the im-
i because they come out of the picmpntation of the rights of the
[ family budgets. The women have Jcwisn pc0ple with respect to Pal-
[set an example for the entire cstinc; to. eicct a delegation to
campaign as they are doing their carry out the program of the
work with very little complaint AmcrjCan Jewish Assembly in
about the inconvenience of trans- cooperation with accredited rep-
portation, which is a real hard- resentatives of Jews throughout
ship in this campaign. Contribu- tnc World."
tors can assist by co-operating in, Jn tho confCrence,
every possible way to avoid re- Hmfy M(msky of Qmaha. presi-
peat calls rnnrt dent of B'nai B'rith, stressed the
Special finance division report- necd fof u among American
ing today announce a total to Jewg on ^ question of the post-
war status of Jews throughout
the world. "We have never had
a common intellectual outlook."
Mr. Monsky said, "but in this
crisis we must discipline our-
selves to produce a common pro-
gram of action."
to
iate of $26,585 in advance gifts
toward a total quota of $77,000
IT this group.
The opening rally dinner at the
[iami Women's Club last night
/as attended by a capacity crowd
)f workers and interested persons
/ho were highly entertained by
the Yorktown Band and other tal- j________------------_.
ent from army and navy, indicat-! HALIFAX SELECTS ROOM IN
ing the complete cooperation of JEWISH HOSPFTAL. AS A
the armed forces in this area. MEMORIAL TO SON KILLED
Roe Fulkerson, national Kiwan- ] ----------
ian, lecturer of note, stressed the I New York (WNS)Viscount
patriotic participation in all wel-! Halifax, British ambassador to
TWO IN ONE for the War
Chest of Dade County is a
DOUBLE LOAD for needs
of local Welfare Agencies,
and War Relief Organiza-
tions ... A DOUBLE
GOAL $463,600 RE-
QUIRES DOUBLE GIV-
ING.
GIVE TO THE
WAR CHEST!
FEBRUARY 1-9
JEWRY OF AMERICA WR.L
OBSERVE NATIONAL RED
CROSS SABBATH FEB. 26-27
Washington (WNS)The his-
toric loyalty of American Jewry
to the American Red Cross will
be symbolized by a nationwide
observance of the February 26-27
week-end as Red Cross Sabbath
in synagogues and temples, it was
announced this week. Red Cross
Sunday will be similarly observed
in Protestant and Catholic
churches on February 28.
This religious demonstration,
emphasizing the essentially spir-
itual character of Rod Cross ser-
vices, will herald the opening of
the 1943 Red Cross War Fund for
$125,000,000 on March 11. Pres-
ident Roosevelt has designated
March as Rod Cross month.
24-HOUR WARSAW POGRAM
IS REPORTED BY THE EXILED
GOVERNMENT OF POLAND
London (WNS)A merciless
24-hour pogrom in which thou-
sands of Jews in the Warsaw
ghetto probably were murdered
was reported this week by the
Polish Government-in-Exilc. Al-
though details were not disclosed,
Dr. Ignatz Schwartzbart, mem-
ber of the Polish National Coun-
cil, said that the pogrom took
place on the night of January 17
and all day January 18.
The number of Jews in the
ghetto who lost their lives could
not be learned but it was be-
lieved to be considerable. The
exiled Polish government which
received the information through
reliable underground sources said
that persons outside the ghetto
walls heard continuous machine
gun fire and the screams of the
[Jews throughout the night of Jan.
17 and all of the following day.
fare programs for Home Front,
our Service Men and their fam-
ilies and for our fighting Allies.
The Archbishops of Canterbury,
York and Wales have called up
the British government to assist I
in finding places of refuge for I who was killed in action in Egypt
Jews escaping Nazi countries. | last October.
the United States, this week se-
lected the Alice in Wonderland
pediatric ward in the Jewish
Hospital of Brooklyn as the
Francis Hugh Peter Courtenay
Wood Room to stand as a perman-
ent memorial to his second son.
London (WNS)The puppet
Vichy regime proclaimed a state
of siege in Marseilles and ordered
the arrest of thousands of per-
sons, including many Jews, after
French workers fortified their
homes in the old port district of
the city to resist deportation by
the Nazis, it is reported here.
B'nai B'rith Lodge to
Commemorate 100th
Anniversary of Order
To commemorate one hundred
i progressive years of existence in
thc history of B'nai B'rith. Sho-
lem Lodge of Greater Miami will
! initiate a class of one hundred
members to be designated as the
One Hundredth Anniversary
Membership Class. The initia-
tion is scheduled to take place
February 22nd, on Washington's
Birthday.
E. Albert Pallot, past president
Washington (WNS)-A com-.of thve lo^ ,is chairman of the
mission of the Zionist Organiza- membership class. All other past
tion of America consisting of i Presidents of the lodge are serv-
Robert Szold of New York, vice-1 ,n as co-chairmen and the rab-
LEADER TO STUDY
LEWIS IN EAST
president, and Dr. James G. Hel-
bis of Greater Miami are honor-
ler, of Cincinnati, chairman of its arv. chairmen. Sholem Lodges
National Administrative Council, \Otticen are working diligently
will proceed shortly to Palestine, l Put over successfully the corn-
to make a first hand study of con-1 Plete program of the forthcoming
ditions there and to confer with membership drive. A committee
the leaders of the Palestine Jew- of one hundred members whose
ish community on current and j names appear below have been
post-war problems. Judge Louis i selected MpiTtol the committee-.
E. Levinthal. ZOA president an-1 ^^^^Member.designat-
nounced this week.
ed as a member who brings in a
new brother for this class, will
be the guest of the lodge at a
banquet to be given shortly after
the initiation.
Officers of iii.- organisation baad-
inK th- commute* are: I'r.Hideni,
Helnuui; vice-president. Milton
v ii president, WalUi-
Kovner; secretary, Harold Turk.
easurer, tfcm Miller; financial .-
rotary, Aaron EMelman: warden,
Maurice fromer; monitor, Burnett
Roth: assistant monitor, I>r Alex-
ander Kushner; trustees, Sol Gold
trom, Carl Welnkle, Isidore <;<>) The decision to send a commis-
sion to Palestine was taken at a
meeting of the Executive of the
Zionist Organization of America,
attended by members from all
parts of the country, following re- J;,',','.'^, "''
ceipt of pleas from leaders of the
Palestine Jewish community.
Judge Levinthal will be unable to
accompany the commission be-
cause of pressure of his duties as
president of the organization and -!'" Al Pallot, Isaac Levin, and i+
because of his judicial duties as
Judge of the Court of Common
Pleas in Philadelphia.
Making public the appointment
of Mr. Szold and Dr. Holler as
members of the commission to
Palestine, Judge Levinthal indi-
cated that tho date of their de-
parture is contingent upon the
availabiity of transportation on
priorities, adding tnat "appreciat-
ing the difficulties of wartime
travel the ZOA Executive Com-
mittee decided that if visas, pri-
orities and other regulations
made it impossible for both load-
ers to make tho trip, at least one
should go."
FIGHTING FRENCH SET FREE
3,000 TRIPOLI JEWS FROM
PRISON CAMPS IN FEZZAN
London (WNS)The Fighting
French forces, driving across
Tunisia to make contact with the
victorious British Eighth Army,
which drove Nazi Marshal Rom-
mel's oncc-fearod Afrika Corps
out of Libya, has liberated 3.000
Jews from Tripoli who had been
Co i-h.ii: nirii ami |>aM pr.>idciiis.
consisting "f Nathan Addnmn. Al.c
Aronovlts, 1 >r Prank Coret, Sol Ookt-
-iii.in, i,.-.. KiN.nM.in, lsaa< Levin,
Htanlej C. Myers, and Harry Slmon-
hoff.
Honorar) committee members art
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, Rabti; I'olman Zwitiuan. Rablii
Muses Mexelieloff, llal.lii SamiM-1
Machtei, and Rabbi Samuel Bension,
Membership committee <>f one huo-
dred Includes Charles AbUitt. i>-<>
Ackerman, George <:. Adler, K. K.
Adler. N. Alexander, B. R AppI. ibaum,
a pi., uscar Argintar. Juok
August, M s. Dandier, J Wm. liaros.
!...i..ii.l llarr, David Baas, Dr.
Charles Beckwitt, Amos Benjamin,
Win. M Bergman, Herman M Berk,
in I'- B Berkeley, I'hiilip Berkowiu,
i \ I:.: in.in, Joseph J Bar-
man, George .1 Bertram, Morris Bier-
man, Sam Blank, David Blank. Nat
Blumberg, Daniel M Broad, Milton M.
Brooke, Louis Gordon, David Brown,
Alvin Cassel, David P Catsman, DavM
M. Chalkin, Leo CluUkln, George
Chertkoff, Max it. Bilver, Joseph s..
colof. Arthur Treister, Nat Zalka
Jenkins K. Cohen, Skmuel Dlckson,
Leon Elkin. M. 8. Pagan, Lam Pajr,
Herbert Pelbelman, Marx Pelnberg,
Bernard s Pelner, Clarence Peuer,
George K.ui-r. N. Jay Kimke. Arthur
Plnnleston, Edward Prledman. Wil-
liam PHedman, i^.uis Oadon. Ben
Giller, George Goldberg, Irvln Gordon,
Stuart Cordon. I.a&utr GiiKUtlmri;.
Maurice Grossman, Murn Qrosaman,
prnesl XI Gunxhurg. Nat H. Ilankofr.
l-ouis Hartt, i-a.u Joffe, Ham Ken-
ilci, Morris Klaaa, Herbert Klelman,
Kll Krebs, A. Kronenfeld, Max Kup-
rersteln, l>r. Itonjamln I Ia-<'is. U.uis lalhowltz, Sam Silver,
Brnaal Bnaaman. Milton Weiss, Louts
interned by Axis authorities in a Zelents, Joseph M. Upton, Samuel
concentration camp in Fozzan. "Pg. J&J"*,al^^a,,Al2WS
is was reported here this week.
NEW VISA RULE FACIUTATES
RESCUE OF JEWS IN EUROPE
Masor, Mas Melsel, Jack Miller. Sara
Mlll.r, Max Mintser, Ilenjamln Mev
JW, Phil N.nwlrth, Jack S Pallnt.
Louis !: Pallot Albert Quadow, irv-
Iiik Querido. Henry Rai>ln. George
Rachlln, Mag Itappanon, Harrv Rnv-
vls, Alexander Richardson. Dave
Rlfas, lx>o Rnliinson. Isaac R*.n
aarten. N. A. Rossman. I>r A K
Rosenthal. Nat Roth. Morris Rubin.
Morton Rusaack Kamuel T. Sapcro.
Washington (WNS) Action
which will facilitate rescue for
greater number of refugees from Monte w-iir. winiain Bhayne. i-v.d
Southern France who found tern- shochet. Joseph siegei. Paul Bobel,
aouimin ridini Abraham J. Tobin, ignats Wohl.
iporary shelter in spain and rtw.Sam zinkoa-. Harry Zuckarnlck.
|tugal has been taken by the visa I---------------------------
division of the Department of London (WNS)Leaders of 70
State. The visa division, accord- Jewish organizations adopted a
ing to official word, has decided four-point program for the im-
to open for reconsideration the mediate relief of Jews in coun-
cases of such applicants for U. S. tries liberated from the Axis
immigration visas in which advis-, yoke at a special meeting held
ory approval has been denied. | this week.
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PAGE TWO
Je*isi>f*r***"!
FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1943

ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
. cd in the joint installation.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
The International Relations Dis-
cussion Group of the Miami Sec-
tion of the National Council of
Jewish Women will meet Tues-
day Feb. 2nd at 10 a. m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center. 1415 Euclid Avenue.
Mrs. Harry Barnhard. chair-
man, will present "The Problems
We Must Face When the Armis-
tice is Signed." Participating in
the symposium on "Long Term
i Manning" will be Mrs. W. I.
Feuer. Mrs. Z. I. Sabshin. Mrs.
Morns Alpert. and Mrs. A. Lau-
fer.
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women announces the re-
moval of their offices to new and
larger quarters at 513 Congress
Building. They will continue
their program of Service to the
Foreign Born, Immigration As-
sistance in addition to the reg-
ular Council activities.
The regular monthly meeting
of the Miami Section National
Council of Jewish Women will
take place at Wednesday, Feb.
3rd at 1:30 P. M. at the Service
Men's Center, 1711 Alton Road
Miami Beach.
Guest speaker for the after-
noon will be Mr., Mark Max
Dade County O. P. A. Adminis-
trator and former head of the
rationing board. Mr. Max will
have as his subject "Price Con-
trol" and will discuss the point
system of rationing of con-
sumers products. Mr. Max will
answer all questions concerning
the new system to be installed.
Mrs. Harry Marcus, consumer
chairman will present a timely
program of consumer problems.
The Council is participating in
the National Victory Book Cam-
paign now in progress, con-
ducted by the American Red
Cross, American Library As-
sociation and the U. S. O. Mem-
bers are requested to bring all
books that might be of interest to
servicemen to the meeting or to
Council Office, Congress Bldg.
The board meeting of the
Council will be held the same day
starting at 10:00 A. M. at the
Service Men's Center.
large gathering saw Mrs. Fannie
Weiss conductress and Mrs. Be-
atrice Shapiro installing officer
place in office Mrs. Katie Marks.
president; Mrs. Minnie Kline,
senior vice-president; Mrs. Isi-
dor Cohen, 2nd. vice-president;
Mrs. Betty Alpert. treasurer; Mrs.
Hilda Salus. chaplain; Mrs. Ann
Brooks, judge-advocate.
The auxiliary has devoted
most of its efforts the past year
to assisting the service men in
this area. Some of their pro-
jects included furnishings for
recreational facilities for the
Army Base Hospital at Home-
Stead, social affairs for the dis-
abled men there, gifts Oil various
occasions to men at the hospital
and at Opa-Locka. Bundles for
Bluejackets. The women of the
group served as assistants at the
service clubs and in hospital
work.
MIAMI BEACH
MIZRACHI
The Miami Beach Mizrachi will
meet Sunday night. January 31st
at the Beth Jacob synagogue. The
public is welcome to hear guest
speakers who arc scheduled.
"BETH DAVID
SISTERHOOD
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
:'
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cooper
are visiting on Miami Beach
from their home in Chicago.
Mrs. Cooper is a sister of Mr.
Morton Fagan of this city.
Miss Ruth C. Brotman enter-
tained at a dinner party Wednes-
day in honor of her cousins
...... ; i,
BAR MITZVAHS
PIONEER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION
Mrs Harry Oliphant, president
of the Beth David Sisterhood,
has announced that Mrs iSldor ^
Colnn will be chairman of the David Melinson and Dr. Isadore
Purim Ball to be held March 7th. Subkiss of Philadelphia, gradu-
ates of the Officers Training
School on Miami Beach.
Mrs. Helen Gail Temple. 1759
S. W. 21st St., was sworn into
the WAVES Tuesday as an of-
ficer candidate and will go to
Smith college. Northampton,
Mass., for training.
Mrs. Temple, wife of John C.
Temple, was one of the original
volunteers workers at the Filter
outer. She has worked there
since the center was organized
December a year ago.
She attended the University of
Alabama, and has been active in
Red Cross production work and
call for the Civil Air Patrol.
LADIES AUXILIARY
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
~The Ladies Auxiliary of Cong.
Schaarei Zedek announce a gen-
i ral meeting of their membership
for Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock at the congregation, 1545
S W. 3rd Street.
BETH SHOLEM
CENTER
President Alfred B. Rosenstein
has called < meeting of the Beth'
Sholom Center for Wednesday: on
evening, February 3rd, in the'but most important, business
Ellis Room of the Center. I meeting will be held, and that an
Leslie Balogh Bain, author of interesting program, under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Colman A.
Zwitman, will be presented.
the "War of Confusion," column-
ist and radio commentator, will
pin a series of lecture forums
at Beth Sholom Center, Miami
Beach, at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Febru-
ary 2nd, when he will speak on
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation of Greater Miami Club
No. 1 is sponsoring a dinner lor
the benefit of the Jewish Nat-
ional Fund. Sunday, January
31st, from 2 until (>:30. on thel'The Origin of the War."
lawn at the home of Mrs. L. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Nor-
Minses, 815 4th Street. Miami dm. 4415 N. Bay Road, Miami
featuring a book review of the
current best seller "Last Train
from Berlin" given by Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein, and a musicale by
Evelyn Raff. A luncheon will
JOSEPH MINTZER
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer art'
inviting all their friends to be
Beach.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
At a meeting of the board of I
directors of the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation held last Monday,
plans for the annual Purim Ball
were completed. The affair will
he held Marcch 21st on Miami
Beach.
Mr. Sam Brooks was appointed
chairman of the membership
committee for the congregation
at that meeting.
Beach, will present a Golden
Book of Life to Beth Sholom
Center at a special ceremony at
7:30 P. M. on Sunday. Mr. Jacob
Felt will be the guest speaker.
The arrangement committee
for the celebration consists of
Robert M. Nordin, A. Zinnamon,
Charles Tobin, B. Rimer, Gus-
tave Trau, M. Berwin, H. Bosch,
R. Rubin, D. Newman, H. Kohn
and A. B. Rosenstein.
SPINOZA FORUM
JEWISH WAR
VETERANS
The installation of officers of
the Jewish War Veterans Freda
Markowitz Post, 174 with Phil
Levi as Commander took place
last Sunday evening. Included
on the elaborate program were
Leslie Balogh Bain, Chaplain
David W. Isaac, and Wm. J
Pruitt. National Vice-Comman-
der. Israel Feiden of St. Augus-
tine installed the officers.
The Post Auxiliary participat-l Fighting?"
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD
SISTERHOOD
BEACH COM. CENTER
The Spinoza Forum meets Sat-
urday afternoon;, 2 to 5 o'clock
under the canopy, on the lawn of
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, 124 11th St., Miami Beach.
Tin guests of honor, this Satur-
day afternoon, will be Rabbi and
Mis Abraham M. Heller of the
Flatbush Jewish Center. Law-
rence E Schlcchter will speak on
India and China. The Spinoza
Forum will start a study group,
under the direction of Dr. Mor-
ris Schneer, Tuesday evening,
7:30 to 9:00 o'clock. Next Satur-
day afternoon. Rev. Joseph Barth
of the Unitarian Church, will
speak on "Which War Are We
Temple Israel Sisterhoood will
sponsor the second of its lunch-
eon meetings, Monday at 12:30
P. M. in Kaplan Hall. Mrs.
Harold B. Spaet, Sisterhood pres-! ith Freeman.
ident. announces that a brief,
VIOLIN RECITAL FEATURING
BENNO RABINOF
EMINENT AMERICAN VIOLINIST
MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1st., 8 P. M.
WHITE TEMPLE. N. E. 2nd AVE. at THIRD ST.. MIAMI
Tickets now available at White Temple. Miami Beach Radio
Sales, Mogull Radio Store. Coral Gables Radio. Philpitt's.
Chalmers. Miami University, Amidon's.
DELICIOUS FRESH SMOKED KINGHSH
RIGHT FROM THE SMOKEHOUSE
DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR
E GOLDEN BEACH 2531
BLUE MARLIN FISHERIES
167TH STREET AND CAUSEWAY N. MIAMI BEACH
TOWER
THEATRE
S. W. 8TH ST. AT 15th AVE.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Fri.. Jan. 29LAST DAY
"NIGHTMARE"
WITH
BRIAN DONLEVY
DIANA BARRYMORE
EXTRA
Thrilling Short
"INSIDE FIGHTING
CHINA"

Starts SaL at 4:30 p. m. and
Sunday Thru Tuesday
Ian. 30Feb. 2.
"COMMANDOS'
STRIKE AT |
DAWN"
WITH
PAUL MUNI
CEDRIC HARDWICKE
ANNA LEE
LILLIAN GISH
be served to those attending the present at services Saturday
meeting, under the chairman- morning, January 30th at Cong,
ship of Mrs. Frank Coret. Mrs. I Schaarei Zedek. 1545 S. W. 3rd
San'l Katzand Mrs. Sam Zinkow, ,st whcn the>r son Joseph will
who are in charge of reservations. I become Bar Mitzvah. A recept-
A meeting of the board of direct-!10" in tho by s honor w" follow
ors of Temple Israel will be held|the services in the vestry room
at the Temple. Tuesday evening of the synagogue,
at 8:00 o'clock. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs.
_____________________|Mintzer will hold open house for
their friends upon the occasion of
the Bar Mitzvah at their home
1901 S. W. 16th St., Miami. No
invitations were issued for the
occasion.
The Bar Mitzvah of Stanley
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Bulbin. 1269 S. W. 5th St., will
take place at Temple Israel, Fri-
day evening, January 29th.
Friends are invited and no invit-
ations will be issued. A recept-
ion will follow
Mr. and Mrs. David Washer
are asking their friends to be
present at the Bar Mitzvah of
their son Jay, which will take
place at Beth David Congrega-
tion Saturday morning. Jan. 30.
A reception will follow.
Stanley Myron, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Richarson will
be confirmed at services at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Saturday morning. January 30th.
A reception in the Bar Mitzvah's
honor will follow.
There will be a meeting of the
Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Community Center at the Center,
1415 Euclid Avenue, Monday
night at 8 o'clock. An interest-
ing program has been arranged
including talks by Mrs. Molka
Reich and Mrs. Anna B. Meyers,
and piano selections by Miss Ed-
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
The- Miami Jewish Orthodox
C'nn^. plans the dedication of two
elaborate memorial tablets now
being erected for Feb. 10. To
complete details and transact
Other business a board meeting
of tin' congregation will he held
Feb. 2nd. Tuesday evening at 8
P. M. New board members who
will be seated at that time will
include Max Shapiro, Aaron E.
Froelich, Henry Grossman, M. H.
Silvtrman, David Rabinowitch
and H. Talkowsky.
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Cong, is spon-
soring a package party at the
i synagogue, Sunday evening, Jan.
131st. Mrs. Morris Mandell, pres-
I ident is in charge of arrange-
ments. A regular meeting of the
group will take place Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 P. M. in the
synagogue.
VICHY OFFICIAL IN NORTH
AFRICA BLOW TO FREEDOM
London (WNS)The appoint-
ment of Marcel Peyrouton, who
introduced the Nurcmburg anti-
Jewish laws in France while min-
ister of the interior in Hitler's
puppet Vichy regime, to the post
of governor general of Algeria,
will impede the complete abro-
gation of the anti-Jewish laws
1!lU'V'fft'ct in many parls f
North Africa, liberal circles here
charged this week. The appoint-
ment was criticized by Fighting
French, British and Jewish lead-
ers.
CEREMONIALS
The Pidyon Haben of J. Louis
Binder, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Finley Binder of Miami Beach
and Monroe, Va., will take place
in the North, Wednesday. Feb.
3rd. The bris took place at the
Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Jan.ll.
Rev. H. S. Kessler was Mohel;
Mrs. Ethel Shochet, grandmother
was quatra; Mr. Louis Silverman
great, great uncle, Kise Shel Eli-
yahau; Morris Binder, grand-
father, Saundik, and Dan Kur-
land great uncle, Quata.
Last Sunday, at the St. Francis
hospital. Rabbi S. M. Machtei of-
ficiated at the Brith Milah of the
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kim-
mel, 814 Michigan Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach.
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PAGE THREE
U. J. A. FOR 1343 IS
RE-ESTABLISHED;
MEED IS GREATER
New York (WNS)An agree-
ment providing for the re-estab-
lishment of the United Jewish
Appeal in 1943 as the single chan-
nel through which Jewish com-
munities in the United States will
finance the programs of the Joint
Distribution Committee, United
Palestine Appeal and National
Refugee Service, was announced
this week by William Rosenwald,
president of the N. R. S.; Rabbi
Abba Hillel Silver, national chair-
man of the U. P. A., and Rabbi
Jonah B. Wise, chairman of the
Fund-Raising Committee of the
J. D. C.
, The United Jewish Appeal has
been the central fund-raising in-
itrument of the three major Jew-
ish relief agencies since 1939. No
total quota for 1943 was an-
nounced, but in accordance with
^Eroccdure.s followed in the past,
jjin initial sum of $9,100,000 will
e allocated to constituent agen-
ies of the United Jewish Appeal
enable them to continue their
rograms.
The United Jewish Appeal has
^received funds from this area
(from the Greater Miami Jewish
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Federation. As a participating
agency a lump sum, determined
by the Federation budget com-
mittee and directors is allocated
from funds raised in the annual
drive.
All amounts above this initial
$9,100,000 will be distributed
among the organizations by an
allotment committee, which will
base its decisions on the needs at
the time of appropriation, thus
insuring the flexible use of the
(funds contributed by American
| Jews.
The initial sum of $9,100,000 is
' to be divided among the par-
ticipating agencies as follows: to
the Joint Distribution Commit-
|tee, $4,840,000; to the United Pal-
estine Appeal, $2,760,000; and to
i the National Refugee Service,
; $1,500,000.
The campaign organization of
the United Jewish Appeal con-
sists of three partners: the Joint
1 Distribution Committee, the Unit-
i ed Palestine Appeal and the Na-
i tional Refugee Service. The lat-
|ter agency will have a partner-
ship status for the first time this
year, having been a beneficiary
in previous campaigns. The cor-
porate structure of the United
Jewish Appeal, Inc., created by
the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee and the United Palestine Ap-
I peal, remains unchanged.
In describing the needs of the
United Jewish Appeal for 1943,
Mr. Rosenwald, Rabbi Silver and
Rabbi Wise declared that Ameri-
can Jews must act in terms "of an
arena of world rescue enlarged
by Allied victories. Re-occupation
and liberation are two words
which hold the key to the ex-
panded horizon of the 1943 pro-
grams supported by the United
1 Jewis Appeal."
The statement of the Jewish
' leaders declared that while gov-
ernmental action on the part of
the United Nations will be or-
ganized to further post-war re-
construction, the agencies of the
United Jewish Appeal will be
i called upon to minister to Jewish
communities in connection with
! vast needs not include in govern-
ment-supported economic reha-
bilitation activities.
E PLANS
Continuing preparations for
their forthcoming drive, the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion has this week announced the
leaders for another important di-
vision under the new campaign
structure. Sam Blank and Carl
Weinkle will serve as co-chair-
men of the Special Gifts Divis-
ion and are now busy selecting
captains and team members to
handle the large task confronting
their division.
Holding back all active work
on the drive which will take
place March 21 to 31, in defer-
SAM BLANK
Co-Chairman of Special Gifts
Division
PALMER
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ence to the County-wide War
Chest Campaign, which gets un-
der way this week, the campaign
planning committee together with
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
the drive, and Morris Klass. ex-
ecutive director of Federation,
will announce complete campaign
plans and program at the conclus-
ion of this current War Chest
Drive. Jewish leaders of the en-
tire community are presently de-
voting their efforts in this de-
serving undertaking and the man-
power available and necessary
for Federation activities will not
be available until that time, due
to this service and obligation be-
ing rendered.
Sam Blank is at present serv-
ing as chairman of the Greater
Miami Army- Navy committee
helping to form this group that
has taken charge of serving and
providing for the needs of the ser-
vice men in this area. Under his
direction four centers are now
functioning with hospitality
groups and personal service fa-
cilities made available to the
men. He is a life member of the
Y. M. H. A. and a member of the
Anti-Defamation Committee of
B'nai B'rith. He is vice-presi-
dent of Federation. He was one
of the organizers of the Miami
Refugee Committee. Prominent
in the business world, he is pres-
ident of National Brands, one of
the largest concerns of its type
in this area.
Carl Weinkle is a member of
the executive board of Federation
and likewise is a life member of
the Y. M. H. A. and member of
the Anti-Defamation League. He
has been active in Army-Navy
work and loaned the facilities
which now houses the Miami
Beach Service Men's Center. 1711
Alton Road. He heads the Carls
Markets, grocery chain.
Isadore Sobeloff, director of
the Detroit Jewish Federation,
visited in Miami this week and
addressed two groups of local
workers on campaign technique.
SERVICE LEAGUE
AND Y SPONSORING
EVENT FEB. 2IST
TAMPA TO HAVE ROUND
TABLE TRIO LIKE MIAMI'S
Establishment of a Tampa
round table affiliated with the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews was announced here
Monday by Mrs. Barbara South-
ern, conference executive secre-
tary for Florida.
Mrs. Southern reported that the
Tampa unit was organized at a
dinner arranged by D. J. Apte.
formerly of Miami and then active
in the round table here.
Co-chairmen elected to head
the Tampa round table were:
Protestant. Geddes P. Henderson;
Catholic. Frank Gannon, and
Jewish. David Falk. Apte was
named treasurer.
The Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation and the Miami Service
League of the Y. M. H. A. will
hold a Monte Carlo Bazaar at
the Y. M. H. A. Sunday, Febru-
ary 21. starting at 3 o'clock. For
the past few weeks committees
have been making elaborate pre-
parations for the event, proceeds
of which will be divided equally
between the Y. M. H. A. and the
Miami Service League.
The committee is now active,
selling booklets at $1.00 each,
composed of six certificates good
for purchases at the affair.
The committee in charge in-
cludes: Leo Ackerman, chairman;
D. C. Willner, co-chairman; Louis
Gordon, treasurer; Maurice Gross-
man, executive director: Abe
Aronovitz. Philip Berkowitz. Mrs.
Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs. Lillian
Friedman, Henry Green. Mrs.
Dorothy Kaplan. Leon Kaplan,
Mrs. Mollye Kaufman, Mrs. An-
ne Koven, Mrs. Jennie Levinson.
Mrs. Ida Optner. Sidney Palmer,
Frank Rose. Mrs. Myra Rosen-
berg. Morns Rosenberg. Herman
Rubin. Mrs. Miriam Sager. Mrs.
Lee Shapiro. W. D. Singer. Mrs.
Sylvia Steig. Mrs. Juliet Stone.
Mrs. Faye Weintraub, Mrs Mild-
red Weiss. Mrs. Mildred Weissel,
and George Wolpert.
Maria Kurenko, Russian so-
prano, will highlight the next
University of Miami Symphony
concert, scheduled for Feb. 14,
when Modesto Alloo, the orches-
tra's conductor, will lead the
group in an all-Russian program.
Madame Kurenko is currently
singing a full season's schedule
of reeitals throughout the coun-
try.
WEDDINGS
HD5RTAL 5UPPUC5
P0LI5H REFUUE5
ASIATIC RU55IA
I
Mr. Nathan Alexander an-
nounces the approaching wedding
of his daughter. Lilly, to Mr.
Joseph Kline, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Kline. The cere-
mony will take place Sunday,
February 7th. at Beth David
Congregation with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. No formal
invitations are be ing issued.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offici
ated at the weddings this week
of Lt. Benjamin Alpert and Miss
Rose Wilfand and Mr. Lou Bacon
and Miss Gertrude G. Marden,
Cantor Mamches assisted
I WANT MY MILK
The marriages of Sidney
Storch and Hermione Josephine
Kaufman, Robert L. Fnedenthal
and Dorothy Garber, Howard
Burton, Litman and Shirley Gail
Briakin, Jules Milton Fassy and
Ruth Cardello were solomenized
by Dr. Samuel Bension at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
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final check-up are two prominent New York physi-
cians, Dr. A. J. Rongy (le/t), well-known gynecolo-
gist, and Dr. J. J. Colub, Director of the Hospital for
Joint Diseases. This latest J.D.C. shipment include,
every surgical tool and piece of hospital equipment,
from rubber gloves to microscopes and intravenous
tubing for blood plasma administration, as well as
sheets, blankets and diapers, needed to outfit six
base hospitals. All that will be necessary once the
shipment arrives will be to construct wooden
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the J.D.C. has spent nearly f400,000 to ship urg-
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A TIME TO GIVE
There are periodic times in which we must
rise to greatness. This is one. It is a time for
both vision and spirit, challenged by the War
Chest We make much of serving our Country,
and all of us do. We occupy and busy ourselves
with an hundred and one good causes. We fret
over inactivity, when such moments become our
lot, and agitate ourselves into feverish occupa-
tion. The finest possible community coopera-
tion for the gigantic war effort is being fostered
by the Government, groups, churches, schools,
and all phases of society.
But the real test comes when we face sacrifi-
ces at home actual deprivation. This issue
becomes spiritual as it envisions a broad perspec-
tive or remains satisfied in a shrunken myopia.
The test in short is whether we can part with our
money! Whether we can GIVE, freely, whole-
heartedly, generously!
The world has grown so gigantic, the lines of
endeavor are spread so far abroad, the science of
welfare has become so technical, that the good we
would do can no longer be done by ourselves
alone. Nor would it be sufficient, measured
against the proportions which the objectives en-
compass. We are in a global war. we must give
globally; we are striving totally, we must pro-
vide totally. We can neither remain apart, nor
give apart. Our gift must be in proportion to our
breadth of vision. It shall be the measure of the
man.
Doing with less and less commodities, buying
power reduced, luxuries discontinued, savings im-
posed, we can find it possible to measure up to the
greatness of the hour. This is the claim to sup-
port the home front, maintain the national needs,
and help in overseas relief. Whatever we do. it
will be less than the sacrifice of those who ride
the deep at night, who span the clouds through
danger, who blaze trails through unopened jungle,
burn on the desert sands, or freeze in the artic re-
gions.
In some countries today the people are not ask-
ed to give, nor allowed to give. They are com-
manded to give, and the alternate is the concen-
tration camp.
In America there is the right to give: today is
the time to give. Do your part in the War Chest
Drive starting this week.
PEPPER ON INTOLERANCE
A somber note was struck by Senator Claude E.
Pepper of Florida when he said at Buffalo last
week that intolerance is on the rise in America
and that Jews should be prepared for a resur-
gence of anti-Semitism after the war. In the
very same speech he declared, in a statement
which he must carefully have pondered since the
reaction upon him by his colleagues will be in-
stant, that the Congress is not now '"spiritually
prepared'" to write the peace. Perhaps both as-
sertions are intertwined in significance.
Senator Pepper, one of the bravest and best
informed spirits in the national legislature, feels
that Jews concerned with this situation have an
obligation to understand the link between react-
ionary economics and politics and intolerance.
Senator Pepper may be wrong in his prediction.
It seems incredible, in view of the avail through
which America is going in increasing measure,
that he can be right. But it would be equally
wrong for the Jewish bodies entrusted with tasks
in these fields to ignore his warnings, however
alarmist.
'The Nazis of todayand their appropriate
associates, the Japanesehave attempted to drive
history into reverse, to use all the mechanics of
modern civilization to drive humanity back to
conditions of prehistoric savagery. They sought
to conquer the world, and for a time they seemed
to be realizing their boundless ambition. They
overran great territories. They enslavedthey
killed. But today we know and they know that
they have conquered nothing. Today they face
inevitable, final defeat.'President Roosevelt.
Don't waste any of your catchsee that it is
used for food by someone. This is the message
voiced to the state's sports fishermenparicularly
the salt water sportsmenby the Fish and Wild-
life Service. With rationing just ahead, service
officials remind us that all edible fish should be
consigned to food channels.
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____By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
THE DARK DECADE
From a window of the German Chancellery in
Berlin, on the evening of January 30. 1933, an old
man was feebly waving and bowing to the cheer-
ing throngs in the Wilhelmstrassc. The vener-
able von Hindcnburg. president of the Second
Reich, was vaguely acknowledging the straight-
armed salutes of thousands of Nazi Storm troop-
ers parading below.
In a window some one hundred yards away
stood a younger man in a brown shirt. Every-
where he looked his black swastika flung out its
hooked arms in black triumph. He was Adolph
Hitler and this was his hour. National Socialism
had come into its own. A german citizen of less
than a year was Reichschancellorand "The Dark
Decacde" had begun.
Hitler, and those banded with him, men drunk
with lust for power and imbued with a contempt
for the common man. have been our enemies since
that thirtieth day of January. 1933.
They are the men who launched, from that
moment, their deliberate, systematic and con-
scious plan for a Nazi world conquest. The Nazi
record since 1933 represents the progressive ex-
ecution of the Nazi plot.
The Nazis were not forced, by either politics
or the war. into any actseven their most shock-
ing acts. The Nazis were not driven to any
deedseven their most shocking deeds. More
horrible than the horror of Nazi atrocities is the
fact that the atrocities were intended; they were
deliberate; they were cold-blooded, planned meas-
ures for the achievement of consciously chosen
goals. The Nazis seized upon each opportunity to
execute their plot and their plan: they wanted to
use violence, to shoot hostages, to terrorize con-
quered peoples, the occupied nations, the United
Nations.
The war against the United States did not
"break out" at Pearl Harbor; it simply reached
the irrevocable military phase at Pearl Harbor.
The Nazi war against freedom and decency spread
out war from Berlin and Germany. In Germany
democracy was destroyed, religion attacked, civil
liberties smashed, labor groups suppressed. Then
the Faeist spread outward in a carefully conceiv-
ed timetableover Austria. Czechoslovakia, Po-
land. Belgium, The Netherlands, Denmark. Nor-
way, Yugoslavia, Greece. By December 7. 1942
the Nazis and the Japanese decided that the time
was ripe to strike at the United States, and the
countries of North and South America.
The onslaught against "democratic" or "lib-
eral" nations, or "the free peoples", was an attack
upon no less than upon the people of the United
Nations. The record i-f the Dark Decade is proof
that the Nazi-Facist plot was directed against us.
as well as .very other free nation which was on
the Faeist timetable of conquest and domination.
"The Dark Decade" is over and is being
smashed forever. 1943 represents the closing of
the Dark Decade and "the beginning of the be-
ginning." The Dark Decade must never return.
A new decade, a new era in world history will be
made by the free peoples of the United Nations.
"Labor has understood this war from the be-
ginning and not only here but in the other coun-
tries that are fighting our common cause. In
China, production was possible only because of
the drive of the labor cooperatives. In England
labor was insistent and demanding for an all-out
war long before the Chamberlain government fell.
In Russia it is a unity of city and country labor-
ing folk that has taken its fearful and courageous
toll of German lives. In Brazil, in Mexico it
has been the drive of labor that led these coun-
tries to stand actively against the Axis. In this
country, labor has taken and absorbed shock after
shock as our great industry adapted itself to the
demands of war. Despite some mistakes, some
short-sighted actions, that will characterize every
great movement because men must run it, labor
has the right to be proud of its war record"
James M. Landis, director of the Office of Civilian
Defense.
YOU SHOULD KNOW...
The other day we picked up the Concise Oxford Dictionary
and found the following definition for the verb jew : cheat,
overreach And don't think that the standard American dic-
tionaries do ony better ... Now you understand why the text-
book commission set up by Kenneth Leslie is needed in this
country We should also like to point out that the jokesters
of the radio program "Can You Top It." are overdoing the Jew-
ish dialect jokes It's getting so that their stories are posi-
tively in bad taste ... The Anti-Semitic rowdyism we ve been
reporting to you as marring the peace of the Bronx and Brook-
lyn has now reached the night club sector ... But the Hitler-
lovers have been getting the reception they deserve, and
guickly flee the wrath of the assembled patrons What we
want to know, however, is why said patrons don't grab hold of
the hoodlums and call the police.
PROBLEMS...
Some time during the month of February Wendell Willkie
is expected to make a most significant announcement on the
Jewish situation in Europe ... Dr. Chaim Weizmann and Dr.
Nahum Goldmann are in Washington, holding conversations
with important political personages on Jewish post-war prob-
lems Remember how the last war was followed by severe
immigration restrictions in this country? Well. Washington
expects that by the time the next peace treaty is signed there
will be new laws prohibiting any immigration whatsoever as
long as the unemployment figure does not fall below the million
mark William Ziff, author of "The Coming Battle of Ger-
many" (which, by the way, has just been republished in a
Pocket Book edition), is slaving away in Washington at a new
bood that will deal with peace problems.
MILITARY NOTES...
Congratulations to Judge Jacob Schlowsky, president of the
Hartford, Conn., Zionist District, on the promotion of his son.
Robert, from the rank of First Lieutenant to that of Captain of
Infantry Robert is serving overseas, in the same regiment
as his uncle, Lieutenant-Colonel Harry Schwalsky Con-
gratulations, too, to Paul Muni, Yehudi Menuhin and Mischa
Elman for having accepted the joint chairmanship of the dinner
tribute to Jewish heroes sponsored by the Joint Council for
Russian War Relief for February 28th One of the heroes to
be honored in person will be airman Meyer Levin, if he hap-
bens to be back from the front When Barney Ross was hold-
ing that advanced position at Guadalcanal he was pretty busy
with the Japsbut not too busy to remember his pals back
home ... At least, comedian Lou Costello boasts that he is the
proud recipient of a pack of Japanese cigarettes that Barney
sent him Nazi newspapers, the obituary columns of which
used to give a general idea of the number of casualties suf-
fered by the Wehrmacht, no longer supply that item of military
informationnot since Hitler, seeing how things were going on
the Russian front, made the newspapers raise the cost of death
notices to the prohibitive price of 300 marks each.
STAGE AND SCREEN...
Joseph Fields, author of Broadway's newest hit, "The Dough-
girls," and co-author of a couple of other successes of the cur-
rent season, is the son of the late Lew Fields, whom old-timers
will remember as one of the finest comedians of another day .
Sam Wood, the movie director who is responsible for the film-
ing of Hemingway's "For Whom the Bell Tolls," will not gain
much prestige when and if the picture is released ... A repre-
sentative of the French govrnment has been supervising the
production, and the boys of the Lincoln Brigade will feel sick
when they see what has been done to historical truth ... It was
the late David Belasco to whom credit must be given for the
original discovery of filmdom's new star, Joe Cotten, who plays
the lead in "Shadow of a Doubt" Belasco had signed a con-
tract with the young man and had great plans for him. but un-
fortunately died before he was able to give him his start in the
theatre Kurt Weill, whose new musical. "One Man's Venus,"
is now being readied for Broadway, will be interested to learn
that his melodies are still being sung in Nazi-controlled Paris,
but the words of his songs have been chanked to express the
sentiments of the Fascist overlords.
ABOUT PEOPLE...
Judge Joseph M. Proskauer is definitely slated to become
the president of the American Jewish Committee, and Maurice
Wertheim. outgoing president, is due to don a uniform for the
nor^ihn?n unPKr1an, nTnt Iafnumber Washington offices prominently display
I Scu?cLrSnHa,ed WUh ^,,0rney Louis Nizer: "That which
take? or* 1 ^ ^"dwtoly-That which is impossible
hum, n ^ / Hats off Stella Adler for her most
iTLr win e 'ca8r.of a ,ormer movie 8,ar wh nw
can take oul Ujfi ff teU yU lhe ful1 8tory now. but you
can take our word for it that it proved Stella's heart and spunk.
DID YOU KNOW?
Public warehouses in Florida and South Geor-
gia are being inventoried by industrial specialists
of the War Production Board, in an effort to lo-
cate all idle stocks of scarce materials. This is a
preliminary step in diverting them to war uses.
wofborTS noZ^t SSE ^e'sky, the virtuoso cellist.
gene Ormandv oL^A. k n e other hand- conductor Eu-
prefersto S con^So9^ ^ j* Iewish P01* named Blau.
S teXSSi&A'SLfi:fold?, ,That Napol agreeing that out of everJ th 9 9radual aMimilation b*
among Jews one wSs to ^ J ,IeAma9* that took place
That (but don? tell^WaE1mto,kwi,h a Chrtotan? '
British fleet wn \~A-Z* \a ,,le less than a century ago the
isn neet was ordered out_to_support the lawsuit of a Jew,
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139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
IX>UIS HATMAN, Cantor
"riday, 8:15 p. m.Isidor Co-
len, member of board of directors
the War Chest, will discuss:
PWar Chest Today." Rabbi Max
Hiapiro will conduct the services.
Cantor Louis Hayman, Beth Da-
k#id boys and girls choir, Litur-
gical selections. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lefkove hosts at social
hour, occasion, wedding anniver-
sary.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Max Shapiro: "Portion of
the Week." Junior services, 10:30.
Mr. and Mrs. David Washer, hosts
at Kiddush, in honor of son's bar
mitzvah.
Daily services morning and
evaning.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1115 Euclid Avenue. Miami Reach
JR. SAMUEL. KEN8ION- Rabbi
Friday, 8 p. m.Dr. Samuel
Bansion: "The School for Scan-
dal." Cantor Abraham D. Wolf,
Canter choir, musical selections.
Saturday, 9 a. m. servicesDr.
Bansion: "The Acid Test of Re-
ligion." Oneg Shabat, 6 p. m.
l>aily services: Morning and
evening.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. l>auderdale. Pla.
SAMKKI., HAI.KVI KARON, Rabbi
Sabbath services Friday 8 p. m.
Religious School, Sunday at 10
a. m.
Sisterhood benefit social, open
to men and women. Monday 8
p. m.
Sisterhood night, Fort Lauder-
dale Service Men's Center can-
teen, Wednesday 6 to 11 p. m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
590 S W. 17th Avenue. Miami
JOSBPH E. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi
I.KWIS OREEN, SEXTON
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.; Saturday 9:00 a. m. and
6:00 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky conducting in dual capaci-
ties as rabbi and cantor, Friday
evening and Saturday morning,
sermonizing: "The Portion of the
Week."
Adult classes: Daily 5:15 p.
m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
conducting.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1ST N. E. 19th St., Miami
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
COL.MAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. mRabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman conducting ser-
vices. Temple Israel choir, mu-
sical selections.
Saturday, 11:00 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman offi-
ciating.
OBITUARIES
Funeral services were conduct-
ed at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday in
the Beth David synagogue for
Isaac Kaminsky, 72, world-famed
cantor and composer of liturgical
music, who was killed instantly
Tuesday when he was struck by
an automobile at S. W. First St.
and Fifth Ave. He was a com-
poser of note and an intimate
friend of the Late Zvi Hirsch
Masliansky, renowned Jewish
leader, who passed away recently.
Kaminsky had resided here 12
years and was the inaugurator of
the Beth David Junior Congrega-
tion. He had officiated as cantor
in the principal congregations of
New York city.
He is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Jessie Lexier, and three sons.
Rabbis Shapiro, Kaplan, Machtei,
Zwitman and Mescheloff con-
ducted the services with local
cantors assisting. The funeral
was under the direction of the
Gordon Funeral Home, who sent
the body to New York for inter-
ment.
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SPIRITUAL LEADER AT M. J. 0. C.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
1545 S. W. Third Street. Miami
SIMON APRIL, Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.Rabbi Si-
mon April: "YouthThe Future
Generation." Congregational sing-
ing.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion
of the Week."
Daily services morning and
evening.
SHAARAY TEFILA
440 Espanola Way, Miami Beach
Services: Daily and Saturday,
Jacob L. Andron speaking Satur-
day morning.
Adult classes: Sunday through
Thursday. 6:45 p. m.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
Bs5 N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos; Saturday
8:30 a. m Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
preaching.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st Street. Miami Beack
S. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
iday, 8:15 p. m.Rabbi S. M.
htei: "The Decalogue." Can-
B Julius Rosenstein chanting.
Hostesses, social hour: Mrs. Ray-
mond Rubin, Mrs. Harry Rubin,
Mrs. Benjamin Reimer.
Saturday. 9 a. m.Service, Rab-
bi S. M, Machtei: "Degrees in Ju-
daism." Hosts at Kiddush, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Rubin.
Adult classesJewish Science,
'Sunday. 11 a. m.. Rabbi S. M.
Bachtei: "Life and Death."
Daily services morning and
ening.
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YESHIVA CENTER
846 Mlchljran Ave.. Miami Beach
Services: Daily 8 a. m. and
Saturdays, 9 a. m.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wash. Ave. & 3rd St.. Miami Bearh
MOSES MKHCIIEJ.OFF. Rabbi
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m.. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff introducing the guest
speaker. Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches, community singing.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Services:
"Portion of the Week." Early
Sabbath service, 7:30 a. m. Sab-
bath afternoon. Rabbi Mescheloff:
"Portion of the Week."
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.
Funeral services were conduct-
ed at 3 p. m. Wednesday in the
Riverside Memorial chapel for
Mrs. Mina Kolnick, 55, who died
Tuesday. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
conducted and burial was in Mi-
ami Jewish cemetery. She lived
at 458 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach,
and came here eight years ago
from Catskill, N. Y. She is sur-
vived by her husband, Fivel Kol-
nick; a son, Max Kolnick, and
three daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Kat-
atsky and Mrs. Ethel Golbut, Mi-
ami Beach, and Mrs. Gertrude
Fierer of Hudson, N. Y.
Godel Osher Rosenkrantz, 60,
of 429 N. W. Fifth Ave., died Mon-
day at a local hospital after a long
illness. He had been a resident
of Miami for the past 20 years,
having been engaged in the mer-
cantile business. He was a mem-
ber of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation. He leaves his wi-
dow, Mrs. Faiga Rosenkrantz;
two sons, Corp. Joseph Rosen-
krantz, officers training school,
Washington, D. C, and Sol. New
York, and a daughter, Mrs. Betty
Rosenberg, Lexington, Ky. Fun-
eral arrangements were by the
Palmer Funeral Chapel, and in-
terment was Wednesday at the
Woodlawn Cemetery.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky's
selection as the new spiritual
leader of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation was form-
ally announced this week by the
president. Max Rifas, when he
made public the rabbi's selection
by the unanimous action of the
board of directors.
Rabbi Rackovsky will take ov-
er the pulpit immediately and di-
rect the congregation's spiritual
activities, plans for which are
now being formulated. Before
coming to Miami, Rabbi Rack-
ovsky was rabbi at the Congrega-
tion Poiley Zedek for several
years, the largest orthodox con-
gregation in Syracuse, N. Y. He
served as president of the Miz-
rachi organization of that city
and was vice-president of the Re-
gional Mizrachi of upstate New
York.
Rabbi Rackovsky achieved con-
siderable prominence as a cantor,
being known as Yerushalmy. He
studied voice at the Institute of
Musical Art in New York City as
well as receiving private instruc-
tion. He will also serve the con-
gregation's cantorial needs.
In a statement upon assumption
of his new position. Rabbi Rack-
ovsky said that he plans and
hopes that the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will become
a center of Orthodox Judaism and
play a prominent part in religious
Zionist matters. His plans in-
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elude the fostering and promotion
of the general needs of the Jew-
ish community at large, not the
least of which will be Kashruth
and Jewish education.
Rabbi Rackovsky is a member
of the Agudath Rabonim, the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the
United States and Canada, and
is an executive member of the
Rabbinic Council. He studied at
the Rabbinical College Etz Chaim
in Jerusalem and at the Yeshiva
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan, New York.
He was ordained by many prom-
inent rabbis, including the late
Rabbi Kook, Chief Rabbi of Pal-
estine; Rabbi Meltzer, Dean of
the Etz Chaim Rabbinical Col-
lege; Rabbi E. Romm and Rabbi
M. Horowitz, both memers of the
Beth Din of Jerusalem.
A. JWmaL KoientAal
announces the removal
of his offices from the duPont Building to
1105 Huntington Building
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Charles Davis, 55, hotel auditor
of 259 N. E. Fourth St., who came
here five years ago from New
York, died Saturday in a Miami
hospital.
He leaves his widow, Bertha;
two sons, Norman and Marvin, all
of Miami; two brothers, Samuel
and David, and a sister, Mrs.
Celia Friedenberg, all of New
York.
Services were held Sunday at
the Gordon Funeral Home, with
Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth Da-
vid Congregation, officiating.
Production of pens and pencils
has been cut by order of the War
Production Board and the use of
critical materials in their manu-
facture has been banned wher-
ever possible.
Tha United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over His
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1943
IN THE MAIL BOX
Mr. Fred K. Shochct, Publisher
The Jewish Floridian
21 S. W. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Fla.
Dear Mr. Shochet:
In reply to recent inquiries, I
am glad to comment on the fund-
raising medium used by some
local organizations, namely the
solicitation of ads for Year Books
and Journals.
Several years ago our Jewish
Federation went on record urg-
ing the elimination of this prac-
tice. We still disapprove of this
method of solicitation.
Prior to the organization of
Federation, from fifteen to twen-
ty organizations published a
Journal or Year Book and solicit-
ed the merchants of the commun-
ity for ads. Competition became
very keen; organizations realized
little benefil from the money
they raised: contributors could
not deduct their contributions for
income tax purposes; the com-
petition created unpleasantness
in the community and the mer-
chants of the city were generally
annoyed
There arc certain standards of
fund-raising that community or-
ganizations should adhere to. In
the first place no community-
minded organization would con-
duct a general fund-raising drive
without lust consulting Federa-
tion. Secondly, costs ol fund-
raising should be done for speci-
fic Causes and the proceeds
should be used only for those
causes for which the appeal is
made. In raising funds, the
strength of the appeal should be
in relation to the amount of
funds needed. Finally, the fund-
raising should not interfere with
the central campaigns of the com-
munity as represented by the
Community Chest, the American
Red Cross, the Federation appeal,
or the War Chest.
Federation is the central mach-
inery of the Greater Miami Jewish
community. Its Board of Direct-
ors is representative of every
phase of Jewish life and through
it we can develop cooperation
and good-will and can prevent the
strife and friction that often re-
sults when individuals and organ-
izations place their own interests
above that of the common wel-
fare.
May I thank you for this op-
portunity for expression, on the
solicitation of ads for Journals.
Sincerely yours.
Morris Klass.
Executive Director.
RECOMMENDED
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Hai Reopened His Office* at
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for the practice of diseases of ths
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LEGAL NOTICES
Notice Is hereby given thai Hie un-
d< signed, desiring t" engage In busi-
ness under the flrtltinui name "i
I'i.a mini ;i i COFFEE CO., Intendn to
ler Bald name wiUi the Clerk
of the Ciivull ('in i of IJade Coui
i-i.ii Ida.
N \v SEGAL
1 l.'i-22-28 S i 12
M'TI'-K is HEREBY OIVRN thai
.loSEl'H EHRLJCH is engaged In
business under tin- fictitious name nf
Martin Greenberg, son of Joe
Greenberg of Belle Glade, and
formerly of Miami, is now a stu-
dent in the Midshipmen's School
at Northwestern University, Chi-
cago. Upon graduation in March p
he will enter the Uniti d States
Navy as an ensign.
Seattle looks like a brighter,
friendlier place today to Pvt, Joe
Aronson of Miami, sun ol Mrs.
J. Aronson, 1036 N W, 63rd St.
He enrolled in the Flying Fort-
ress School here a few days ago,
eager to start his training as a
member of the Army Air Forctjs
training detachment, but a little
lonesome at being far from home.
To relieve his loneliness he
stopped in that night at the
school's mess hall, where the Ci-
vilian War Commission was spon-
soring a variety show (or the
hoys.
The show was good, but even
: better was the sight of his broth-
er. Leonard, in the audience. The
boys hadn't seen each other for
six month.-- and neither had known
the other'.- outs. Leon-
ard enhsted last July and en-
rolled in the school some time
ago.
Today the brothers are catch-
ing up on the news from home
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register mild fictitious name in thi
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JOSEPH Kllltl.l.'ll
Sole O".
OKi R(1E CHKRTKOF
Attm ne> foi Aiiull.....i
I I5-22-2S 2 5-12
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
To: MOKKI.I, JOSRl'H MAVIS. Ad-
drew I'nknown.
Y"ii are hereby notified thai ;i
Bill of Complain) for Divorce ha*
been filed against you in the Circuit
Court <>f the eleventh Judicial Cl
cull in ;11..i for Hade County, Fkir- In the founts
Ida, wherein Nora Havta la Plaintiff Florida, to-wll
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 174 .7 Ada i;.
File A 5577
StiTICi: is HEREBY (ilVEN ihat
Jacob i: Moanat holdei o ite ;md
1 'o i nj rai rtificnte s. i.:u
i the '-.1 day nf Ju A. |i
ide .i ilicatio.i for a ....... i...
issued n i reon. Said .. h.....n
acea the followli ,. i ,,,,,;,
f i..... si Iti uf
THE L AZ V W A Y
ami Morell Joaeph Da via is Defend-
ant, and you nr* herel>> required t.>
file nn appearance In auch proceed-
ing* on nt In foi M m la). Febi uai | '.
a 11 1943. In default of which the
Kill will be taken .i- confessed against
y o u
DATED this 30 day of December,
A. I>. 1942
E. R L-BATHERMAN
Clerk ..f Circuit Court
(seal)
By \VM K1IITI.KY.
MAX R sii.vkk IV,"U ''"k
Attorne) for I'l.iiniifr
l i S-15-22-28
IN TDK CIRCUIT COCRT <>K TIIK
liTIl JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR 1>AI>E
COUNTY. IN CHANCERT.
No. 76906
MARGARET THORSEN CLINTON,
PUintlff
a
GREJOOrVY CLINTON,
DefMdant
DIVORCE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MR. GREGORY CLINTON
ADDRESS I'NKM IWN
Von are hereby required t>> he and
appear before th<. Circuit Court of
the Eleventh Judicial Circuit ..f Flor-
ida. In Dade County, on ..r before th
1st da) of February. 1948, to a p.ni of
Divorce lirought against you hv
MARGARET THORSEN CLINTONS
otherwise .-i decree pro confeaao will
be entered against you.
This order shall be published In
the Jewish Floiiillan. a newapaper in
Dade County. Florida, once a week I
for four H) consecutive weeki
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 18th therm
day of December, 1!M2. A |"
\M JO, Bio. 1, I, Siivei I if| I
ii*s cent a Su I'lai It ..;. 11
I' .- Ii the Count; State
-I Florida.
The .i ssi em ...
under the said til .
ante ol Ilia
Unless said cert a re-
dei ned ai i or (I inn to .. ,
"escribed ii.....in will l># aold to the
higheal lii i lei s- the Court Hi
''..... n the firm M I the
"nth of March. 1943, a the 1 si
day ..f Mai I
Dated thlt 8th rtaj i r Januai -. it,
E U. LEATHERM \ S
. 'I- k of Circuit Ci
Dade County. Florida
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Leo Ackerman, president <>f the
Ackerman Insurance Agency, j
Inc.. wishes to inform his many!
friends and the public in general
uf another improvement in in-
surance protection offered today.1
Business and professional per-
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residence burglary, and theft and
fire contents insurance covering
personal property at their resi-
dence should find acceptable the
Personal Property Floater which
would broaden the "cause of the
loss' in practically "AH Risks"
and the range of the coverage
from residence premises to "World
Wide."
The Personal Property Floater
insurance contract proposes to
indemnify the assured against
loss or damage to all of his per-
sonal property. Alter months of
study by the under writers this
form of insurance has just been |
broadened still further to meet)
the views expressed by the in-.
surance agents who demanded j
every consideration for the insur-1
ing public.
The result of this study and
many conferences is that a new
' improved policy contract was
1 born in which the assured se-
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tually less than the cost of spe-
cific policies against fire, wind-
storm and theft hagards.
This new contract covers the
assured and all members of the
assured's family residing in the
same household, further it covers
the assured's agents and servants
A few unusual losses to the as-
sured's personal property that
would be covered under this form:
Damage caused by bursting of
water pipes; theft or loss of a
! camera loaned to friend; mysteri-
|OUS disappearance; eyeglasses
ped i vi rboard while fishing
i or riding in an open cockpit
' plant ; golf ball sliced Into the
rough and lost; visitor's dog
chews hole in rug; visitor's child
.tains upholstery ol couch; sport
coal lost on train; and parcel post
igi which never arrived at
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File No. 30,988
Notice Is hereby given thai Morris
......I Eula Mae Roone holders as
assignee .,r city of Miami Tas i
'; ,V "'.....'' *'- dated the Ith
;'.''.' 'uly, l' 1932 have filed .aid
. i ifi.-iit,. in my office, and have
ii.la.' application fm :;1X ,i.....i ,., \Hmt
eon In accordance with law Said
' II.U embraces the following de-
iii D;t.l<
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rlbed property, situated
' ounty, Florida, to.wlt
v'.im,!:' pSrkooi, TftSi *-:"";!
The use sment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was In
the name of I'nkm.wn llnleaa uM
rordi,,';ir ,"":"' '"'-i '
cording t inw. tag deed win issue
I Oil the 24th day of February,
Annoyed or Dcrmaged by
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By WM. K1RTI.BT. K rUrl',''V,l.,.KK>lAN
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I 1-8-15-M-JJ
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>AY, JANUARY 29. 1943
+Jmisti fhrkllari
PAGE SEVEN
LAST SUNDAY HELD
Tho Jewish Welfare Bureau
held ;i meeting of the general
membership last Sunday morn-
ing preceded by a board meeting
attended by most of the members
present Held at the Beth David
Talmud Torah the meeting was
presided over by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, president.
Reports of committees appoint-
ed by the chairman on various
phases of the Bureau's work were
rendered and action was taken
which included several changes
in the by-laws as well as redefin-
ing the Bureau's program and
policy.
The Membership, Case and In-
terpretation Committees headed
by Stanley C. Myers and Mrs.
Anna B. Meyers after an inten-
sive and thorough study rend-
ered a report presented by Mrs.
Meyers on behalf of the com-
mittee This called for a thor-
ough county-wide coverage of
service for Greater Miami; an in-
tensive and persistent program of
interpretation and education to
be carried on and into the com-
munity, informing the community
of the availability of the Bureau'
to serve cases and meet social
problems unconnected with finan-
cial needs; continue its unlimited
intake policy; assist in the emi-
gre problem; assume the respon-
sibility of rendering case work
services to Jewish children in
this community, and that an in-
tensive educational public rela-
tions program be carried on to
inform the community of the ser-
vices which the bureau is organ-
ized to meet.
The membership clause of the
by-laws of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau was changed, eliminating
the payment of dues and throw-
ing open the doors to the entire
community to become members
merely by signifying their inter-
est in the work and welfare of
the Bureau to the members of the
membership committee through
the Welfare office, personally, in
writing or by contacting any of
the members now on the the roll.
Those members present at the
meeting Sunday morning signi-
fied their interest at that time
and became the basis under this
new set-up for the large member-
ship enrollment that is anticipated
to follow.
The Baron de Hirsch Free Loan
fund operated under the supervis-
ion of the Bureau through a
group of trustees was reported
upon by a committee headed by
Sidney Lefcourt. The commit-
tee recommended the continua-
tion of the operation of the fund
by the Bureau as the best policy
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICI, Representative
The Bnai Brith Auxiliary held
their first meeting of the season at
the Utilities Hostess Room last
Tuesday.
Chaplain Louis Werfl spoke of
bis work and experiences at a
meeting of the Bnai Brith Lodge
at the Joseph Sher Memorial Hall
Tuesday evening. Harry Good-
mark presided A social hour fol-
lowed.
Dr. Carl N. Herman addressed
the Rotary Club at their luncheon
Tuesday
Pvt. Abraham Auerbach son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Auerbach,
430 Sunset Rd.. has graduated
from the Army Air Force Techni-
cal Training School for Mechanics.
A meeting of the East Coast
Camp and Hospital Council was
called for the afternoon of Feb. 3
at Red Cross headquarters here by
Dr. Carl N. Herman, chairman,
Saturday, following a conference
with Emil K. Meacham, assistant
director of special projects, serv-
ices to the armed forces for the
Eastern Area.
Also taking part in the confer-
ence were W. C. Dixon, Red Cross
field director at Morrison Field
and Mrs. Grace Wise, executive
secretary of the local chapter.
Matters in connection with coun-
cil activities were discussed.
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of service to the community in
preference to a proposed com-
munity wide fund separate and
distinct from the Bureau. Addi-
tional funds under this proposed
plan were to be requested from
Federation. The other recom-
mendation of this report included
the carrying out of a planned pub-
lic relations program enabling
the community to be made aware
of the facilities of the Free Loan
Fund and make its use by those
needing it, carry out the purpose
for which it was created. The
loan structure was set up in
classes making available funds
for needy worthy individuals who
could not obtain endorsers.
BEACH ZIONIST ELECTION;
SHEPARD BROAD PRESIDENT
Members of the Miami Beach
Zionist district elected Shepard
Broad president of the organiza-
tion during a meeting Sunday at
the Jewish Center.
Other officers elected are: Vice
presidents, Dr. Z. I. Sabshin. Dr.
A. Wolfson and Jake Felt; corres-
ponding secretary, Sam S. Kersh-
baum; recording secretary, Philip
Salmon; treasurer, Dr. M. Lip-
kind; board of directors, Benja-
min Appel, Harry Bodenstein, Dr.
L. Breinen, I. Englander, Jacob
Egart, Irving Frankel, M. H.
Frankel, Dr. Morris Goodman,
Nat Hankoff, Ralph Lachman,
Max Lippman. Jacob Lurie, Harry
Magid, Max Misel, Henry Platoff,
Jacob Rosen, Leo Robinson, Har-
ry Sirkin, Alfred B. Rosenstein,
and Dr. Louis Wiland.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman de-
livered the main address and Dr.
Samuel Bension installed the of-
ficers.
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors and officers was held
Tuesday evening at the home of
the newly elected president at
which time plans for the imme-
diate future were made, commit-
tees selected and a membership
program set up. These will be
made public soon and will in-
clude a series of meetings to be
addressed by Zionist supporters
visiting in this area.
London (WNS)Jews married
to Gentiles in Nazi-occupied Hol-
land are no longer exempt from
deportation, it was reported this
week by the Aneta news agency.
Until now partners in mixed mar-
riages have not been molested.
BENNO RABINOFF APPEARS
IN VIOLIN RECITAL HERE
The Feb. 1 performance will
mark the fourth appearance here
of Benno Rabinoff, eminent young
American violinist in a recital at
the White Temple. In spite of his
youth (in his thirties) he has been
on the American concert stage
more than 12 years. His last ap-
pearance here was in February,
1941, in Miami Beach for the pur-
pose of raising funds for an Ar-
nold Volpe Memorial auditorium.
Previously he had appeared on
two Civic Music Association se-
ries.
Rabinof is taking a brief vaca-
tion here, resting up from a long
series of USO concerts. He has
consented to play at the urging of
musical friends.
Since his last appearance here
Rabinof has followeB triumph
with triumph. He is scheduled
to go to Newark and Cleveland
later. As soon as his American
schedule is concluded, the violin-
ist will go to England, selected by
the United States government as
a USO envoy.
During his Miami visit Rabinof
is staying with his friend. Harry
Torem, of 1411 S. W. 23rd St. His
concert will be accompanied by
Sylvia Smith, New York pianist,
who is making the current USO
tour as his accompanist. Miss
Smith played for members of
the Mana-Zucca Music Club last
Tuesday.
HALIFAX TELLS CLERGYMEN
THAT ALL MUST AH) JEWS
Rochester (WNS)Lord Hali-
fax, British ambassador to the
United States, told 125 clergymen
attending the Institute of the
Christian Clergy of Rochester,
held at the Temple B'rith Kodesh
here this week, that "the sympa-
thy of all Christians must go out
to the persecuted people, the
Jews." The British ambassador
was introduced by Rabbi Philip
S. Bernstein, who presided.
"No greater appeal has ever
been made to the thought and to
the soul of men than in that cour-
age and sacrifice which are re-
quired in fighting the evil that
we are facing today." Lord Hali-
fax said. "You see it expressing
itself in deeds that are vile, in
foul bestiality that the human
mind finds it almost impossible
to accept."
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MYERS ELECTED
NATIONAL BOARD
OF FEDERATIONS
Mr. Stanley C. Meyers, chair-
man of the Board of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation was
elected to the National Board of
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds at their annual as-
sembly.
Sidney Hollander was re-elect-
ed to serve his fourth term as
president of the Council. All
other Council officers were re-
elected including William Rosen-
wald, Greenwich, Henry Wine-
man, Detroit; David M. Watch-
maker, Boston; vice-presidents;
Elias Mayer, Chicago, secretary;
and Ira M. Younker, New York,
treasurer.
All members of the Board, were
re-elected and the following were
also appointed to fill vancancies:
George Z. Medalie, New York,
Edgar J. Kaufman, Pittsburgh,
Max Livingston, New Haven, and
Samuel A. Goldsmith, Chicago.
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Welfare Funds to bring about a
centralized and coordinated pro-
gram for the protection of Jewish
rights in the United States were
endorsed by more than 400 Jew-
ish welfare leaders gathered from
all parts of the United States and
Canada to attend the tenth annual
General Assembly of the Council.
The delegates paid standing tri-
bute to the Council's Committee
on Civic Protecctive Organiza-
tions, which has been negotiating
with the four major Jewish de-
fense agencies with a view to-
wards the establishment of a sin-
gle unified defense program, and
called upon the Committee to con-
tinue its "best efforts" to achieve
the coordination program desired
by American Jewish communities.
The Assembly voted approval of
the Council's efforts after a long
discussion during which Jewish
community leaders and represent-
atives of the American Jewish
Committee, American Jewish
Congress. Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith and the
Jewish Labor Committee express-
ed their viewpoints on the ques-
tion of coordination in the defense
field. Sidney Hollander of Balti-
more, president of the Council,
brought cheers from the record as-
semblage when he voiced the be-
lief that the Council's objective
a centralized defense agency for
all civic protective work in this
countrywas possible of attain-
ment.
Mr. Hollander recalled that the
1942 General Assembly held in
Chicago had called upon the
Council to work for unity in the
defense field. The Council's
Committee, he related, had met
individually and collectively with
representatives of the four agen-
cies and had made appreciable
progress towards consumation of a
unified program.
At the present time, Mr. Hol-
lander reported, three of the four
agencies have indicated their ap-
proval of the Council Committee's
formula for a unified program,
while the other had certain re-
servations which, it is hoped, will
be resolved in future negotia-
tions.
Speakers at the civic-protective
meeting included Max Simon of
Cleveland, Edgar J. Kaufmann of
Pittsburgh, George Z. Medalie,
representing the American Jew-
ish Committee; Carl Sherman.
American Jewish Congress, Hen-
ry Monsky, the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, and
Charles Sherman of the Jewish
Labor Committee. William J.
Shroder, chairman of the Coun-
cil's board of directors, presided.
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PAGE EIGHT
Jewish fhrUkM
FRIDAY. JANUARY 29, 1943
.... I
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
Bv PAUL WEITZMAN
Early last year. Sholcm Lodge
held its installation of officers by
an elaborate affair that included
a banquet dinner and offered as
the "piece de resistance" Dr. A.
L. Sachar. This year, voluntary
inhibitions forbid pampering with
the "inner man" in a war-torn
world. But the minds of nun
must develop, and to this com-
munity, on February 7th. 1943.
at Temple Israel. Sholcm Lodge
will bring Mr. Marvin Lowenthal.
prominent writer, publicist, trav-
eller, to speak at the installation
of its officers, and those of the
Ladies' Auxiliary.
We remember sitting spell-
hound by the oratory of Dr. Sa-
char at the last installation, and
we look forward with keen an-
ticipation to the advent of Mar-
vin Lowenthal. of whom Dr. Sa-
char said: "Mr. Lowenthal gave
the impression of seating 900 peo-
er. so we turn to a quotation about
Mr. Lowenthal, by Lewis Browne,
and who can forget the latter's
"Stranger Than Fiction," a short
history of the Jewsand Mr.
Browne says. "To listen to Mar-
vin Lowenthal is to enjoy a royal
intellectual snack. He seasons
sound learning with wit, and
hard conviction with irony. I
know few literary men in Amer-
ica today who even approach him
in scholarship, experience and ur-
banity."
"Some four or five hundred
men sat spellbound for over an
hour ... no lecturer has left a
deeper impression than Marvin
Lowenthal, a rare and captivat-
ing personality," said Rabbi Louis
Mann, of the Temple Sinai, in
Chicago. And Hendnk Willem
Van Loon likens listening to Low-
enthal to spending an hour walk-
ing the decks ot an ocean liner
with men like Einstein or Wells
and "listening to a first rale mind
endowed with learning, lucidity,
and a grand sense of humor."
No. we haven't joined the per-
sonal publicity stall' of Mr. Low-
enthal. But Sholem Lodge has
gone to considerable expense to
bring this speaker to Miami, for
the benefit of the community,
and we would not want anyone to
miss the opportunity thus afford-
ed to hear him. There will be
no admission charge, and mem-
bers and their friends are invited
to attend. Sholem Lodge will
pie in front of him in a comfort-
able arm chair. He had plenty to hold open house at Temple Israel
say and said it with keen wit and to welcome a representative audi-
delightful enthusiasm, which
charmed every one of his listen-
ers." This is how he impressed
Dr. Sachar.
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And those who have a nostalgic
feeling for 57th Street and Sev-
enth Avenue, New York City,
will find that "the best tunes of
all" did not move to Carnegie
Hall when they hear Sergeant
Bela Urban and his violin. Set.
Urban, a concert artist of distinc-
tion, now a member of the Army
Air Force in Miami Beach, will
be on the installation program,
and you are sure to enjoy his mu-
sicforgive us for referring to it
as "tunes."
The Committee of 100One for
every year of the continuous ex-
istence of B'nai B'rith-is hard
at work to bring into Sholem
Lodge every eligible candidate.
Every past president of a B nai
B'rith Lodge, in addition to those
of Sholem Lodge, are honorary
chairmen of the Committee of
100. E. Albert Pallet, the chair-
man of the membership cam-
paign, hopes to be able to stage a
mass initiation never before
equalled on Washington's Birth-
day, With appropriate ceremon-
ies. And if the committee does
its work, there is no reason why
the results should not receive the
attention and approbation of
B'nai B'rith lodges throughout
the country. You don't have to
be on the committee to propose
a member, but it the assistance of
the committee is desired, it will
always be available.
B'nai B'rith Captains
While the duties of the captains
remain the same, the promotion
of the welfare of Sholem Lodge-
by closer collaboration, the meth-
od of procedure has been
changed. Captains will operate
in geographic /ones in the vicin-
ity of their residences, in that
way they will actually perform
the function of liaison officers
by getting to know their neigh-
bors who are Ben Briths, arrange
to attend meetings in groups,
and keep the members on their
lists informed of special activi-
ties, in addition to regular pro-
jects. President Louis Heiman
hopes that the dual collaboration,
as members and neighbors, will
have a salutary effect on the or-
ganization.
NOTED AUTHOR LECTURER
PRINCIPEL SPEAKER AT B'NAI
B'RITH OFFICER INDUCTION
The noted writer and lecturer,
Marvin Lowenthal. will be the
principal speaker at Temple Is-
rael Sunday evening. Feb. 7th. on
the occasion of B'nai B'rith in-
stallation of officers.
Lowenthal is the author of the
fll,,wing books: "A World Passed
By," which is the history of the
Jews and their culture, traced by
means of exhibits in museums
and the sights and monuments
and places in which they lived;
the autobiography of "Montaigne,"
excerpts from the writings of
"Montaigne" arranged in chrono-
logical order: "The Jews of Ger-
mnay," a history from the last
quarter of the third century to
present times; and "Henrietta
Szold; Life and Letters."
Lowenthal also translated into
English the Memoirs of Cluckel
von Hameln.
His writing hasbesides learn-
inghumor and wit. lucidity and
Charm, He has lectured widely
throughout the United States on
aspects of Jewish history.
The installation of officers will
be very brief, so that the major
portion of the evening will be
given to the lecturer. There will
be no solicitation of funds and no
admission charge. The public
is united to attend.
Y. M. H. A.
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which we have just revealed to
you are the fruit of our zealous
perusal of the newly published
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If you are missing your favor-
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The Miami Service League of
tin- Y. M. H. A. held a special
election for the purpose of select-
ing an executive board Monday
evening, January 25. The fol-
owing were selected: Mrs. Mur-
ray Koven. chairman; Mrs. Jack
Stone, Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs.
Henry Kaufman, Mrs. Maurice
Furman. Mrs. Ann Pastroff, Mrs.
Herman Bloom, Mrs. Lillian
Friedman, Mrs. Bertie Wiseman,
Mrs. Maurice Sager, and Mrs.
Rose Ginsberg.
The following standing com-
mittees were appointed: Victory
Belle. Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof; pub- I
luity. Mrs. Leon Kaplan; finance,
Mrs Morris Rosenberg; refresh-
ments. Mrs. Macy Levinson; Hap- j
py Day Fund. Mrs. Herbert Shier: !
ways and means, Mrs. William
Weintraub.
The officers of the League arc
Mrs. Murray Koven, president!
Mrs George Chertkof, vice pres-
ident; Mrs. Al Weiss, recording
secretary; Mrs. Henry Steig. cor-
responding secretary, and Mrs.
Sam Weissel. treasurer.
Next Monday evening, Febru-
ary 1, at 8 o'clock, the Miami
Service League will be hosts to
the men from the Drill Instruct-
ors' School Basic Training Com-
mand Number 9. The purpose
of the Squadron Dance is to en-
tertain those men who are con-
stantly on duty and who only
on rare occasions are permitted
to leave. The men will be trans-
ported by special convoy to and
from the "Y." This is for Ser-
vice Men only.
On Monday evening, February
8, the Miami Service League will
hold a reception for new mem-
bers More details to follow.
Bowling
At a special meeting of thJ
Bowling committee held at the
"Y" last Sunday afternoon, itl
was decided to reorganize the
Number 2 Bowling League. Any-
one desiring to participate is
requested to be at the Palace
Bowling Alleys. 2101 N. Miami
Avenue, next Monday night.
Next Wednesday evening, Feb-
ruary 3, at 8 o'clock, the Y. M. H.
A. will have a general stag smok-
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the evening will be many boxing
bouts furnished by Service Men.
Institute in Judaism
An Institute in Judaism spon-
sored by the Y. M. H. A. in co-
operation with the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami
will take place soon. This is a
series of five lectures in which
every member of the Rabbinical
Association will participate, as
follows:
February 11, "The Book of
Books,'' Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan;
February 11. "The Talmud." Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff; March 11.
"The Jewish Religion," Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman; March 25,
"The Practices of the Jewish
Faith,'' Rabbi S. M. Machtei;
April 8, "The Modern Jewish
Problem." Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Please register immediately.
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>AY, JANUARY 29. 1943 +Jmisti fhrkllari PAGE SEVEN LAST SUNDAY HELD Tho Jewish Welfare Bureau held ;i meeting of the general membership last Sunday morning preceded by a board meeting attended by most of the members present Held at the Beth David Talmud Torah the meeting was presided over by Rabbi Max Shapiro, president. Reports of committees appointed by the chairman on various phases of the Bureau's work were rendered and action was taken which included several changes in the by-laws as well as redefin• ing the Bureau's program and policy. The Membership, Case and Interpretation Committees headed by Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. Anna B. Meyers after an intensive and thorough study rendered a report presented by Mrs. Meyers on behalf of the committee This called for a thorough county-wide coverage of service for Greater Miami; an intensive and persistent program of interpretation and education to be carried on and into the community, informing the community of the availability of the Bureau' to serve cases and meet social problems unconnected with financial needs; continue its unlimited intake policy; assist in the emigre problem; assume the responsibility of rendering case work services to Jewish children in this community, and that an intensive educational public relations program be carried on to inform the community of the services which the bureau is organized to meet. • The membership clause of the by-laws of the Jewish Welfare Bureau was changed, eliminating the payment of dues and throwing open the doors to the entire community to become members merely by signifying their interest in the work and welfare of the Bureau to the members of the membership committee through the Welfare office, personally, in writing or by contacting any of the members now on the the roll. Those members present at the meeting Sunday morning signified their interest at that time and became the basis under this new set-up for the large membership enrollment that is anticipated to follow. The Baron de Hirsch Free Loan fund operated under the supervision of the Bureau through a group of trustees was reported upon by a committee headed by Sidney Lefcourt. The committee recommended the continuation of the operation of the fund by the Bureau as the best policy PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICI, Representative The Bnai Brith Auxiliary held their first meeting of the season at the Utilities Hostess Room last Tuesday. Chaplain Louis Werfl spoke of bis work and experiences at a meeting of the Bnai Brith Lodge at the Joseph Sher Memorial Hall Tuesday evening. Harry Goodmark presided A social hour followed. Dr. Carl N. Herman addressed the Rotary Club at their luncheon Tuesday Pvt. Abraham Auerbach son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Auerbach, 430 Sunset Rd.. has graduated from the Army Air Force Technical Training School for Mechanics. A meeting of the East Coast Camp and Hospital Council was called for the afternoon of Feb. 3 at Red Cross headquarters here by Dr. Carl N. Herman, chairman, Saturday, following a conference with Emil K. Meacham, assistant director of special projects, services to the armed forces for the Eastern Area. Also taking part in the conference were W. C. Dixon, Red Cross field director at Morrison Field and Mrs. Grace Wise, executive secretary of the local chapter. Matters in connection with council activities were discussed. "EAT HOLSUM BREAD" AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Ph. 8121 West Palm Beach, Florida For the Best in Deary Products LFA WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro%  CS CslM AM ducts and Ice Cream. w ksiLC e> AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE 318 HARVEY BUILDING PHONE 6093 Writing Fir* and an Kindred Lines of of service to the community in preference to a proposed community wide fund separate and distinct from the Bureau. Additional funds under this proposed plan were to be requested from Federation. The other recommendation of this report included the carrying out of a planned public relations program enabling the community to be made aware of the facilities of the Free Loan Fund and make its use by those needing it, carry out the purpose for which it was created. The loan structure was set up in classes making available funds for needy worthy individuals who could not obtain endorsers. BEACH ZIONIST ELECTION; SHEPARD BROAD PRESIDENT Members of the Miami Beach Zionist district elected Shepard Broad president of the organization during a meeting Sunday at the Jewish Center. Other officers elected are: Vice presidents, Dr. Z. I. Sabshin. Dr. A. Wolfson and Jake Felt; corresponding secretary, Sam S. Kershbaum; recording secretary, Philip Salmon; treasurer, Dr. M. Lipkind; board of directors, Benjamin Appel, Harry Bodenstein, Dr. L. Breinen, I. Englander, Jacob Egart, Irving Frankel, M. H. Frankel, Dr. Morris Goodman, Nat Hankoff, Ralph Lachman, Max Lippman. Jacob Lurie, Harry Magid, Max Misel, Henry Platoff, Jacob Rosen, Leo Robinson, Harry Sirkin, Alfred B. Rosenstein, and Dr. Louis Wiland. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman delivered the main address and Dr. Samuel Bension installed the officers. A meeting of the board of directors and officers was held Tuesday evening at the home of the newly elected president at which time plans for the immediate future were made, committees selected and a membership program set up. These will be made public soon and will include a series of meetings to be addressed by Zionist supporters visiting in this area. London (WNS)—Jews married to Gentiles in Nazi-occupied Holland are no longer exempt from deportation, it was reported this week by the Aneta news agency. Until now partners in mixed marriages have not been molested. BENNO RABINOFF APPEARS IN VIOLIN RECITAL HERE The Feb. 1 performance will mark the fourth appearance here of Benno Rabinoff, eminent young American violinist in a recital at the White Temple. In spite of his youth (in his thirties) he has been on the American concert stage more than 12 years. His last appearance here was in February, 1941, in Miami Beach for the purpose of raising funds for an Arnold Volpe Memorial auditorium. Previously he had appeared on two Civic Music Association series. Rabinof is taking a brief vacation here, resting up from a long series of USO concerts. He has consented to play at the urging of musical friends. Since his last appearance here Rabinof has followeB triumph with triumph. He is scheduled to go to Newark and Cleveland later. As soon as his American schedule is concluded, the violinist will go to England, selected by the United States government as a USO envoy. During his Miami visit Rabinof is staying with his friend. Harry Torem, of 1411 S. W. 23rd St. His concert will be accompanied by Sylvia Smith, New York pianist, who is making the current USO tour as his accompanist. Miss Smith played for members of the Mana-Zucca Music Club last Tuesday. HALIFAX TELLS CLERGYMEN THAT ALL MUST AH) JEWS Rochester (WNS)—Lord Halifax, British ambassador to the United States, told 125 clergymen attending the Institute of the Christian Clergy of Rochester, held at the Temple B'rith Kodesh here this week, that "the sympathy of all Christians must go out to the persecuted people, the Jews." The British ambassador was introduced by Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein, who presided. "No greater appeal has ever been made to the thought and to the soul of men than in that courage and sacrifice which are required in fighting the evil that we are facing today." Lord Halifax said. "You see it expressing itself in deeds that are vile, in foul bestiality that the human mind finds it almost impossible to accept." mm^z MYERS ELECTED NATIONAL BOARD OF FEDERATIONS Mr. Stanley C. Meyers, chairman of the Board of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was elected to the National Board of Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds at their annual assembly. Sidney Hollander was re-elected to serve his fourth term as president of the Council. All other Council officers were reelected including William Rosenwald, Greenwich, Henry Wineman, Detroit; David M. Watchmaker, Boston; vice-presidents; Elias Mayer, Chicago, secretary; and Ira M. Younker, New York, treasurer. All members of the Board, were re-elected and the following were also appointed to fill vancancies: George Z. Medalie, New York, Edgar J. Kaufman, Pittsburgh, Max Livingston, New Haven, and Samuel A. Goldsmith, Chicago. :i. THE GA ROE N OF MEMORIES mourn IUBO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI IN JUDGING A CEMETERY ASK THESE QUESTIONS: How Convenient Is It? Mount Nebo U only 10 minutes from you! home by car. Easily accessible by bus to the cematery b> practically the same time. How Close to the Front Can You Get a Plot? Choice plots are available in Mount Nebo right in the extreme front of the grounds— not a half mile from the entrance. Does the Cemetery Hare Walks? Or do people have to climb over graves to reach their plots? Every private plot hi Mount Nebo fronts on a three foot path. Mount Nebo is beautifully landscaped; the grass is kept fresh with automatic lawn sprinklers. You could make no finer choice for your family. Prptui Care Title Inaurance Lota may he purehaeea' on eonvenlant torma Business Office 1014 Olympic Bids. 3-5132 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU m ss*as Sfj *<§$ ,;:^>Cleveland.—The efforts of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to bring about a centralized and coordinated program for the protection of Jewish rights in the United States were endorsed by more than 400 Jewish welfare leaders gathered from all parts of the United States and Canada to attend the tenth annual General Assembly of the Council. The delegates paid standing tribute to the Council's Committee on Civic Protecctive Organizations, which has been negotiating with the four major Jewish defense agencies with a view towards the establishment of a single unified defense program, and called upon the Committee to continue its "best efforts" to achieve the coordination program desired by American Jewish communities. The Assembly voted approval of the Council's efforts after a long discussion during which Jewish community leaders and representatives of the American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and the Jewish Labor Committee expressed their viewpoints on the question of coordination in the defense field. Sidney Hollander of Baltimore, president of the Council, brought cheers from the record assemblage when he voiced the belief that the Council's objective— a centralized defense agency for all civic protective work in this country—was possible of attainment. Mr. Hollander recalled that the 1942 General Assembly held in Chicago had called upon the Council to work for unity in the defense field. The Council's Committee, he related, had met individually and collectively with representatives of the four agencies and had made appreciable progress towards consumation of a unified program. At the present time, Mr. Hollander reported, three of the four agencies have indicated their approval of the Council Committee's formula for a unified program, while the other had certain reservations which, it is hoped, will be resolved in future negotiations. Speakers at the civic-protective meeting included Max Simon of Cleveland, Edgar J. Kaufmann of Pittsburgh, George Z. Medalie, representing the American Jewish Committee; Carl Sherman. American Jewish Congress, Henry Monsky, the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, and Charles Sherman of the Jewish Labor Committee. William J. 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PAGE TWO Je*isi>f*r***" FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1943 ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES cd in the joint installation. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN The International Relations Discussion Group of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women will meet Tuesday Feb. 2nd at 10 a. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid Avenue. Mrs. Harry Barnhard. chairman, will present "The Problems We Must Face When the Armistice is Signed." Participating in the symposium on "Long Term i Manning" will be Mrs. W. I. Feuer. Mrs. Z. I. Sabshin. Mrs. Morns Alpert. and Mrs. A. Laufer. The National Council of Jewish Women announces the removal of their offices to new and larger quarters at 513 Congress Building. They will continue their program of Service to the Foreign Born, Immigration Assistance in addition to the regular Council activities. The regular monthly meeting of the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women will take place at Wednesday, Feb. 3rd at 1:30 P. M. at the Service Men's Center, 1711 Alton Road Miami Beach. Guest speaker for the afternoon will be Mr., Mark Max Dade County O. P. A. Administrator and former head of the rationing board. Mr. Max will have as his subject "Price Control" and will discuss the point system of rationing of consumers products. Mr. Max will answer all questions concerning the new system to be installed. Mrs. Harry Marcus, consumer chairman will present a timely program of consumer problems. The Council is participating in the National Victory Book Campaign now in progress, conducted by the American Red Cross, American Library Association and the U. S. O. Members are requested to bring all books that might be of interest to servicemen to the meeting or to Council Office, Congress Bldg. The board meeting of the Council will be held the same day starting at 10:00 A. M. at the Service Men's Center. large gathering saw Mrs. Fannie Weiss conductress and Mrs. Beatrice Shapiro installing officer place in office Mrs. Katie Marks. president; Mrs. Minnie Kline, senior vice-president; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, 2nd. vice-president; Mrs. Betty Alpert. treasurer; Mrs. Hilda Salus. chaplain; Mrs. Ann Brooks, judge-advocate. The auxiliary has devoted most of its efforts the past year to assisting the service men in this area. Some of their projects included furnishings for recreational facilities for the Army Base Hospital at HomeStead, social affairs for the disabled men there, gifts Oil various occasions to men at the hospital and at Opa-Locka. Bundles for Bluejackets. The women of the group served as assistants at the service clubs and in hospital work. MIAMI BEACH MIZRACHI The Miami Beach Mizrachi will meet Sunday night. January 31st at the Beth Jacob synagogue. The public is welcome to hear guest speakers who arc scheduled. "BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS :' Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cooper are visiting on Miami Beach from their home in Chicago. Mrs. Cooper is a sister of Mr. Morton Fagan of this city. Miss Ruth C. Brotman entertained at a dinner party Wednesday in honor of her cousins %  ; i, BAR MITZVAHS PIONEER WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION Mrs Harry Oliphant, president of the Beth David Sisterhood, has announced that Mrs iSldor ^ Colnn will be chairman of the Da vid Melinson and Dr. Isadore Purim Ball to be held March 7th. Subkiss of Philadelphia, graduates of the Officers Training School on Miami Beach. Mrs. Helen Gail Temple. 1759 S. W. 21st St., was sworn into the WAVES Tuesday as an officer candidate and will go to Smith college. Northampton, Mass., for training. Mrs. Temple, wife of John C. Temple, was one of the original volunteers workers at the Filter outer. She has worked there since the center was organized December a year ago. She attended the University of Alabama, and has been active in Red Cross production work and call for the Civil Air Patrol. LADIES AUXILIARY SCHAAREI ZEDEK ~The Ladies Auxiliary of Cong. Schaarei Zedek announce a geni ral meeting of their membership for Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the congregation, 1545 S W. 3rd Street. BETH SHOLEM CENTER President Alfred B. Rosenstein has called •< meeting of the Beth' Sholom Center for Wednesday : on evening, February 3rd, in the' b ut most important, business Ellis Room of the Center. I meeting will be held, and that an Leslie Balogh Bain, author of interesting program, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman, will be presented. the "War of Confusion," columnist and radio commentator, will pin a series of lecture forums at Beth Sholom Center, Miami Beach, at 8 p. m. Tuesday, February 2nd, when he will speak on The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami Club No. 1 is sponsoring a dinner lor the benefit of the Jewish National Fund. Sunday, January 31st, from 2 until (>:30. on thel'The Origin of the War." lawn at the home of Mrs. L. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. NorMinses, 815 4th Street. Miami dm. 4415 N. Bay Road, Miami featuring a book review of the current best seller "Last Train from Berlin" given by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, and a musicale by Evelyn Raff. A luncheon will JOSEPH MINTZER Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer art' inviting all their friends to be Beach. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION At a meeting of the board of I directors of the Beth Jacob Congregation held last Monday, plans for the annual Purim Ball were completed. The affair will he held Marcch 21st on Miami Beach. Mr. Sam Brooks was appointed chairman of the membership committee for the congregation at that meeting. Beach, will present a Golden Book of Life to Beth Sholom Center at a special ceremony at 7:30 P. M. on Sunday. Mr. Jacob Felt will be the guest speaker. The arrangement committee for the celebration consists of Robert M. Nordin, A. Zinnamon, Charles Tobin, B. Rimer, Gustave Trau, M. Berwin, H. Bosch, R. Rubin, D. Newman, H. Kohn and A. B. Rosenstein. SPINOZA FORUM JEWISH WAR VETERANS The installation of officers of the Jewish War Veterans Freda Markowitz Post, 174 with Phil Levi as Commander took place last Sunday evening. Included on the elaborate program were Leslie Balogh Bain, Chaplain David W. Isaac, and Wm. J Pruitt. National Vice-Commander. Israel Feiden of St. Augustine installed the officers. The Post Auxiliary participat-l Fighting?" TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD SISTERHOOD BEACH COM. CENTER The Spinoza Forum meets Saturday afternoon;, 2 to 5 o'clock under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 124 11th St., Miami Beach. Tin guests of honor, this Saturday afternoon, will be Rabbi and Mis Abraham M. Heller of the Flatbush Jewish Center. Lawrence E Schlcchter will speak on India and China. The Spinoza Forum will start a study group, under the direction of Dr. Morris Schneer, Tuesday evening, 7:30 to 9:00 o'clock. Next Saturday afternoon. Rev. Joseph Barth of the Unitarian Church, will speak on "Which War Are We Temple Israel Sisterhoood will sponsor the second of its luncheon meetings, Monday at 12:30 P. M. in Kaplan Hall. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, Sisterhood pres-! ith Freeman. ident. announces that a brief, VIOLIN RECITAL FEATURING BENNO RABINOF EMINENT AMERICAN VIOLINIST MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1st., 8 P. M. WHITE TEMPLE. N. E. 2nd AVE. at THIRD ST.. MIAMI Tickets now available at White Temple. Miami Beach Radio Sales, Mogull Radio Store. Coral Gables Radio. Philpitt's. Chalmers. Miami University, Amidon's. DELICIOUS FRESH SMOKED KINGHSH RIGHT FROM THE SMOKEHOUSE DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR E GOLDEN BEACH 2531 BLUE MARLIN FISHERIES 167TH STREET AND CAUSEWAY N. MIAMI BEACH TOWER THEATRE S. W. 8TH ST. AT 15th AVE. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fri.. Jan. 29—LAST DAY "NIGHTMARE" WITH BRIAN DONLEVY DIANA BARRYMORE EXTRA Thrilling Short "INSIDE FIGHTING CHINA" • • • Starts SaL at 4:30 p. m. and Sunday Thru Tuesday Ian. 30—Feb. 2. "COMMANDOS' STRIKE AT | DAWN" WITH PAUL MUNI CEDRIC HARDWICKE ANNA LEE LILLIAN GISH be served to those attending the present at services Saturday meeting, under the chairmanmorning, January 30th at Cong, ship of Mrs. Frank Coret. Mrs. I Schaarei Zedek. 1545 S. W. 3rd San'l Katzand Mrs. Sam Zinkow, s t • whcn the > r son Joseph will who are in charge of reservations. I become Bar Mitzvah. A receptA meeting of the board of direct-! 1 0 in tho b y s honor w follow ors of Temple Israel will be held| t he services in the vestry room at the Temple. Tuesday evening of the synagogue, at 8:00 o'clock. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. |Mintzer will hold open house for their friends upon the occasion of the Bar Mitzvah at their home 1901 S. W. 16th St., Miami. No invitations were issued for the occasion. The Bar Mitzvah of Stanley David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin. 1269 S. W. 5th St., will take place at Temple Israel, Friday evening, January 29th. Friends are invited and no invitations will be issued. A reception will follow Mr. and Mrs. David Washer are asking their friends to be present at the Bar Mitzvah of their son Jay, which will take place at Beth David Congregation Saturday morning. Jan. 30. A reception will follow. Stanley Myron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Richarson will be confirmed at services at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Saturday morning. January 30th. A reception in the Bar Mitzvah's honor will follow. There will be a meeting of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Community Center at the Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Monday night at 8 o'clock. An interesting program has been arranged including talks by Mrs. Molka Reich and Mrs. Anna B. Meyers, and piano selections by Miss EdMIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. TheMiami Jewish Orthodox C'nn^. plans the dedication of two elaborate memorial tablets now being erected for Feb. 10. To complete details and transact Other business a board meeting of tin' congregation will he held Feb. 2nd. Tuesday evening at 8 P. M. New board members who will be seated at that time will include Max Shapiro, Aaron E. Froelich, Henry Grossman, M. H. Silvtrman, David Rabinowitch and H. Talkowsky. The Sisterhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong, is sponsoring a package party at the i synagogue, Sunday evening, Jan. 131st. Mrs. Morris Mandell, presI ident is in charge of arrangements. A regular meeting of the group will take place Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 P. M. in the synagogue. VICHY OFFICIAL IN NORTH AFRICA BLOW TO FREEDOM London (WNS)—The appointment of Marcel Peyrouton, who introduced the Nurcmburg antiJewish laws in France while minister of the interior in Hitler's puppet Vichy regime, to the post of governor general of Algeria, will impede the complete abrogation of the anti-Jewish laws 1! lU V' fft ct in man y p arls f North Africa, liberal circles here charged this week. The appointment was criticized by Fighting French, British and Jewish leaders. CEREMONIALS The Pidyon Haben of J. Louis Binder, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder of Miami Beach and Monroe, Va., will take place in the North, Wednesday. Feb. 3rd. The bris took place at the Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Jan.ll. Rev. H. S. Kessler was Mohel; Mrs. Ethel Shochet, grandmother was quatra; Mr. Louis Silverman great, great uncle, Kise Shel Eliyahau; Morris Binder, grandfather, Saundik, and Dan Kurland great uncle, Quata. Last Sunday, at the St. Francis hospital. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kimmel, 814 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. I 10% SAVED NOW OR 100% TAKEN BY THE AXIS LATER! BUY WAR BONDS ;-vri:;.5 ; "



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wJewisti Flondliiai m COMBINING Title Jns. BODY WILL STUDY POST M NEEDS Pittsburgh (WNS)—The establishment within the next five months of an American Jewish Chairmen of most of these divi-; Assembly to study Jewish positions already have been given war problcrns and to formulate "a final instructions and campaign Supplies to their helpers. common program of action in connection with post-war problems" Campaign leadership for the was votcd this wcek by re p reS enWar Chest of Dade County has tatives of 32 national Jewish orbeen completed, according to i gan i za ti 0 ns attending a special Frank B. Shutts, campaign chaircon f ere nce here called by B'nai man, who made his final division-1 B'rith. al chairmanship appointment this; The pr0 posed American Jewish week in W. W. Ingalls, War Pro\ Assembly wou ld consist of 500 duction and Construction Divisdelegates, of whom 125 would be ion, for which Morris Klass is. name( j by the cooperating nagerving as secretary. (tional Jewish organizations while Other division chairmen inj the rerna i n ing 375 would be electelude: Business, Ray V. Earnest; j ed by j ew ish communities thru?"tional firms, Harold Landfield; out tbc COU ntry on the basis of ublic employees, Martin F. Av-j Jewish population. The decisKry; negro, Capt. James Scott; ion to set up tbe American Jewfcommercial, James I. Keller; edu] ish Assembly is subject to ratififcational, James T. Wilson; procat j on by e ach of the participat%  essional, Jack Erneman; public ing Jewish organizations, %  prvice, H. H. Hyman; special At the Pittsburgh parley an exfcnance. Oscar Dooly; tracks. John ecutive committee of 38 was creS. Knight; women. Mrs. L. J. ated wit h one representative of McCaffrey; labor, Roy Singer; each of the 32 organizations. The navy personnel, Lt. Com. J. A. Qther six places we re held open Garrison; army personnel. Capt. for Jewish organizations not repLouis C. Barley. I resented at the conference. Among Each of these chairmen has or-, the unrepresented Jewish groups ganized his own division neces-, were the American Jewish Com..ajary to the size for covering the mittee and t he Jewish Labor _-.accounts assigned. The women s Committee. %  ivision, responsible for all soliThc duties of the su gg e sted As%  titation in the residential area, sembly wi u bp: To consider and ffis composed of 600 loyal women rcC0 mmend action on problems gwho really do the "foot work" re i ating to the rights and status land assemble tho small contribuof Jews in the pos t-war world; j tions which in many instances t{) cons j der and recommend action represent real sacrificial giving, on al] mattcrs looking to the imi because they come out of the pi cmpnta tion of the rights of the [ family budgets. The women have Jcwisn pc0 ple with respect to Pal[set an example for the entire cstinc; to e i cc t a delegation to campaign as they are doing their carry out the program of the work with very little complaint Amcr j C an Jewish Assembly in about the inconvenience of transcooperation with accredited repportation, which is a real hardresen tatives of Jews throughout ship in this campaign. Contributnc W orld." tors can assist by co-operating in, Jn %  tho con f C rence, every possible way to avoid reHmfy M(msky of Qmaha. presipeat calls %  „ rn „ nrt dent of B'nai B'rith, stressed the Special finance division reportnecd fof u among Americ an ing today announce a total to Jewg on ^ questio n of the postwar status of Jews throughout the world. "We have never had a common intellectual outlook." Mr. Monsky said, "but in this crisis we must discipline ourselves to produce a common program of action." to iate of $26,585 in advance gifts toward a total quota of $77,000 IT this group. The opening rally dinner at the [iami Women's Club last night /as attended by a capacity crowd )f workers and interested persons /ho were highly entertained by the Yorktown Band and other talj ent from army and navy, indicat-! HALIFAX SELECTS ROOM IN ing the complete cooperation of JEWISH HOSPFTAL. AS A the armed forces in this area. MEMORIAL TO SON KILLED Roe Fulkerson, national Kiwan] ian, lecturer of note, stressed the I N ew York (WNS)—Viscount patriotic participation in all wel-! Halifax, British ambassador to TWO IN ONE for the War Chest of Dade County is a DOUBLE LOAD for needs of local Welfare Agencies, and War Relief Organizations ... A DOUBLE GOAL $463,600 REQUIRES DOUBLE GIVING. GIVE TO THE WAR CHEST! FEBRUARY 1-9 JEWRY OF AMERICA WR.L OBSERVE NATIONAL RED CROSS SABBATH FEB. 26-27 Washington (WNS)—The historic loyalty of American Jewry to the American Red Cross will be symbolized by a nationwide observance of the February 26-27 week-end as Red Cross Sabbath in synagogues and temples, it was announced this week. Red Cross Sunday will be similarly observed in Protestant and Catholic churches on February 28. This religious demonstration, emphasizing the essentially spiritual character of Rod Cross services, will herald the opening of the 1943 Red Cross War Fund for $125,000,000 on March 11. President Roosevelt has designated March as Rod Cross month. 24-HOUR WARSAW POGRAM IS REPORTED BY THE EXILED GOVERNMENT OF POLAND London (WNS)—A merciless 24-hour pogrom in which thousands of Jews in the Warsaw ghetto probably were murdered was reported this week by the Polish Government-in-Exilc. Although details were not disclosed, Dr. Ignatz Schwartzbart, member of the Polish National Council, said that the pogrom took place on the night of January 17 and all day January 18. The number of Jews in the ghetto who lost their lives could not be learned but it was believed to be considerable. The exiled Polish government which received the information through reliable underground sources said that persons outside the ghetto walls heard continuous machine gun fire and the screams of the [Jews throughout the night of Jan. 17 and all of the following day. fare programs for Home Front, our Service Men and their families and for our fighting Allies. The Archbishops of Canterbury, York and Wales have called up the British government to assist I in finding places of refuge for I who was killed in action in Egypt Jews escaping Nazi countries. | last October. the United States, this week selected the Alice in Wonderland pediatric ward in the Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn as the Francis Hugh Peter Courtenay Wood Room to stand as a permanent memorial to his second son. London (WNS)—The puppet Vichy regime proclaimed a state of siege in Marseilles and ordered the arrest of thousands of persons, including many Jews, after French workers fortified their homes in the old port district of the city to resist deportation by the Nazis, it is reported here. B'nai B'rith Lodge to Commemorate 100th Anniversary of Order To commemorate one hundred i progressive years of existence in thc history of B'nai B'rith. Sholem Lodge of Greater Miami will initiate a class of one hundred members to be designated as the One Hundredth Anniversary Membership Class. The initiation is scheduled to take place February 22nd, on Washington's Birthday. E. Albert Pallot, past president Washington (WNS)-A com-. o f th v e lo ^ is chairman of the mission of the Zionist Organizamembership class. All other past tion of America consisting of i Presidents of the lodge are servRobert Szold of New York, vice-1 ,n as co-chairmen and the rabLEADER TO STUDY LEWIS IN EAST president, and Dr. James G. Helbis of Greater Miami are honorler, of Cincinnati, chairman of its arv chairmen. Sholem Lodges National Administrative Council, \Otticen are working diligently will proceed shortly to Palestine, l P ut over successfully the cornto make a first hand study of con-1 Plete program of the forthcoming ditions there and to confer with membership drive. A committee the leaders of the Palestine Jewof one hundred members whose ish community on current and j names appear below have been post-war problems. Judge Louis i selected MpiTtol the committee-. E. Levinthal. ZOA president an-1 ^^^^Member.designatnounced this week. ed as a member who brings in a new brother for this class, will be the guest of the lodge at a banquet to be given shortly after the initiation. Officers of iii.organisation baadinK thcommute* are: I'r.Hideni, Helnuui; vice-president. Milton v ii • president, WalUiKovner; secretary, Harold Turk. easurer, tfcm Miller; financial .• %  rotary, Aaron EMelman: warden, Maurice fromer; monitor, Burnett Roth: assistant monitor, I>r Alexander Kushner; trustees, Sol Gold %  trom, Carl Welnkle, Isidore <;<>)aM pr.>idciiis. consisting "f Nathan Addnmn. Al.c Aronovlts, 1 >r Prank Coret, Sol Ookt-III. in, i,.-.. KiN.nM.in, lsaa< Levin, Htanlej C. Myers, and Harry Slmonhoff. Honorar) committee members art Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabti; I'olman Zwitiuan. Rablii Muses Mexelieloff, llal.lii SamiM-1 Machtei, and Rabbi Samuel Bension, Membership committee <>f one huodred Includes Charles AbUitt. i>-<> Ackerman, George <:. Adler, K. K. Adler. N. Alexander, B. R APPI. ibaum, A pi., uscar Argintar. Juok August, M s. Dandier, J Wm. liaros. !...i..ii.l llarr, David Baas, Dr. Charles Beckwitt, Amos Benjamin, Win. M Bergman, Herman M Berk, in I'B Berkeley, I'hiilip Berkowiu, %  i \ I:.: in.in, Joseph J Barman, George .1 Bertram, Morris Bierman, Sam Blank, David Blank. Nat Blumberg, Daniel M Broad, Milton M. Brooke, Louis Gordon, David Brown, Alvin Cassel, David P Catsman, DavM M. Chalkin, Leo CluUkln, George Chertkoff, Max it. Bilver, Joseph s.. colof. Arthur Treister, Nat Zalka Jenkins K. Cohen, Skmuel Dlckson, Leon Elkin. M. 8. Pagan, Lam Pajr, Herbert Pelbelman, Marx Pelnberg, Bernard s Pelner, Clarence Peuer, George K.ui-r. N. Jay Kimke. Arthur Plnnleston, Edward Prledman. William PHedman, i^.uis Oadon. Ben Giller, George Goldberg, Irvln Gordon, Stuart Cordon. I.a&utr GiiKUtlmri;. Maurice Grossman, Murn Qrosaman, prnesl XI Gunxhurg. Nat H. Ilankofr. l-ouis Hartt, i-a.u Joffe, Ham Kenilci, Morris Klaaa, Herbert Klelman, Kll Krebs, A. Kronenfeld, Max Kuprersteln, l>r. Itonjamln Iln. George Rachlln, Mag Itappanon, Harrv Rnvvls, Alexander Richardson. Dave Rlfas, lx>o Rnliinson. Isaac R*.n aarten. N. A. Rossman. I>r A K Rosenthal. Nat Roth. Morris Rubin. Morton Rusaack Kamuel T. Sapcro. Washington (WNS) — Action which will facilitate rescue for greater number of refugees from Monte W-IIR. winiain Bhayne. i-v.d Southern France who found ternshochet. Joseph siegei. Paul Bobel, aouimin ridini Abraham J. Tobin, ignats Wohl. iporary shelter in spain and rtw.Sam zinkoa-. Harry Zuckarnlck. |tugal has been taken by the visa I division of the Department of London (WNS)—Leaders of 70 State. The visa division, accordJewish organizations adopted a ing to official word, has decided four-point program for the imto open for reconsideration the mediate relief of Jews in councases of such applicants for U. S. tries liberated from the Axis immigration visas in which advis-, yoke at a special meeting held ory approval has been denied. | this week. : %  S-'r^rKS"'-."'' : gaBnansH' gafl



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PAGE SIX +Jmlsl>FlcricMari FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1943 IN THE MAIL BOX Mr. Fred K. Shochct, Publisher The Jewish Floridian 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue Miami, Fla. Dear Mr. Shochet: In reply to recent inquiries, I am glad to comment on the fundraising medium used by some local organizations, namely the solicitation of ads for Year Books and Journals. Several years ago our Jewish Federation went on record urging the elimination of this practice. We still disapprove of this method of solicitation. Prior to the organization of Federation, from fifteen to twenty organizations published a Journal or Year Book and solicited the merchants of the community for ads. Competition became very keen; organizations realized little benefil from the money they raised: contributors could not deduct their contributions for income tax purposes; the competition created unpleasantness in the community and the merchants of the city were generally annoyed There arc certain standards of fund-raising that community organizations should adhere to. In the first place no communityminded organization would conduct a general fund-raising drive without lust consulting Federation. Secondly, costs ol fundraising should be done for specific Causes and the proceeds should be used only for those causes for which the appeal is made. In raising funds, the strength of the appeal should be in relation to the amount of funds needed. Finally, the fundraising should not interfere with the central campaigns of the community as represented by the Community Chest, the American Red Cross, the Federation appeal, or the War Chest. Federation is the central machinery of the Greater Miami Jewish community. Its Board of Directors is representative of every phase of Jewish life and through it we can develop cooperation and good-will and can prevent the strife and friction that often results when individuals and organizations place their own interests above that of the common welfare. May I thank you for this opportunity for expression, on the solicitation of ads for Journals. Sincerely yours. Morris Klass. Executive Director. RECOMMENDED On this page will appear the advertisements of a group of "above the averaqe" firms and individuals whose product or service has 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 Avinut PHONE 5-7111 409 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Funeral Chapel 2001 W. FLAGLIB ST. ^v l fc M E Ct 9-2664 WITH THE BOYS IN SERVICE DR. I. M. ROSENTHAL Hai Reopened His Office* at 420 LINCOLN ROAD Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldg. for the practice of diseases of ths HEART and LUNGS For Appointment. Phone 5-2232 LEGAL NOTICES Notice Is hereby given thai Hie und< signed, desiring t" engage In business under the flrtltinui name "i I'I.A MINI ;i i COFFEE CO., Intendn to ler Bald name wiUi the Clerk of the Ciivull ('••in i of IJade Coui %  I-I.II Ida. N \v SEGAL 1 l.'i-22-28 S i 12 M'TI'-K is HEREBY OIVRN thai .loSEl'H EHRLJCH is engaged In business under tinfictitious name nf Martin Greenberg, son of Joe Greenberg of Belle Glade, and formerly of Miami, is now a student in the Midshipmen's School at Northwestern University, Chicago. Upon graduation in March p he will enter the Uniti d States Navy as an ensign. Seattle looks like a brighter, friendlier place today to Pvt, Joe Aronson of Miami, sun ol Mrs. J. Aronson, 1036 N W, 63rd St. He enrolled in the Flying Fortress School here a few days ago, eager to start his training as a member of the Army Air Forctjs training detachment, but a little lonesome at being far from home. To relieve his loneliness he stopped in that night at the school's mess hall, where the Civilian War Commission was sponsoring a variety show (or the hoys. The show was good, but even : better was the sight of his brother. Leonard, in the audience. The boys hadn't seen each other for six month.-and neither had known the other'.outs. Leonard enhsted last July and enrolled in the school some time ago. Today the brothers are catching up on the news from home ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY GENTLE RIDING HORSES E. J. ALBERT & SON 13575 N. E. 6th Avenue REASONABLE RATES JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP Painting—Color Matching Seat Covers Body and Fender Repairs T4 N. E. th St. Ph. 37681 ALPERT'S RESTAURANT and DELICATESSEN Serving BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON DINNER FAMOUS FOR OUR SANDWICHES Ocean Drive at Biscayne St. MIAMI BEACH zi"N piHiii i I.N i I-.I: -(.laM. and Leonard has promised to take IlKPT .n 1429 Washington Avenue, r-_ __ ,„,,„ c ., Miami Bench, Florida, and HII.MI.1S to J v > •' l "U' ol the City. register mild fictitious name in thi office ..r the Clerk foi Aiiull i I I5-22-2S 2 5-12 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLICATION To: MOKKI.I, JOSRl'H MAVIS. Addrew I'nknown. Y"ii are hereby notified thai ;i Bill of Complain) for Divorce ha* been filed against you in the Circuit Court <>f the eleventh Judicial Cl cull in ;11..i for Hade County, Fkir%  In the founts Ida, wherein Nora Havta la Plaintiff Florida, to-wll NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 174 .7 Ada %  %  i;. File A 5577 StiTICi: is HEREBY (ilVEN ihat Jacob i: Moanat holdei o ite ;md 1 'o i nj rai • %  rtificnte s. i.:u i the '-.1 day nf Ju %  •. A. |i ide .i ilicatio.i for a ....... i... issued n i reon. Said •.. H n %  acea the followli ,. i ,,,,, ; f i si Iti uf THE L AZ V W A Y ami Morell Joaeph Da via is Defendant, and you nr* herel>> required t.> file nn appearance In auch proceeding* on nt In foi • %  M m la). Febi uai | '. A 11 1943. In default of which the Kill will be taken .iconfessed against y o u DATED this 30 day of December, A. I>. 1942 E. R L-BATHERMAN Clerk ..f Circuit Court (seal) By \VM K1IITI.KY. MAX R SII.VKK IV, U '•'•" k Attorne) for I'l.iiniifr l i S-15-22-28 IN TDK CIRCUIT COCRT <>K TIIK liTIl JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR 1>AI>E COUNTY. IN CHANCERT. No. 76906 MARGARET THORSEN CLINTON, PUintlff a GREJOOrVY CLINTON, DefMdant DIVORCE ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: MR. GREGORY CLINTON ADDRESS I'NKM IWN Von are hereby required t>> he and appear before th<. Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit ..f Florida. In Dade County, on ..r before th 1st da) of February. 1948, to a p.ni of Divorce lirought against you hv MARGARET THORSEN CLINTONS otherwise .-i decree pro confeaao will be entered against you. This order shall be published In the Jewish Floiiillan. a newapaper in Dade County. Florida, once a week I for four H) consecutive weeki Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 18th therm day of December, 1!M2. A |" \M JO, Bio. 1, I, Siivei I if| I ii*s cent a Su I'lai It ..;. 11 I' .%  Ii the Count; %  %  % %  State -•I Florida. The .i •• ssi em ... under the said • til %  •• ante ol Ilia Unless said cert a redei ned ai i or (I inn to %  .. "escribed ii in will l># aold to the higheal lii i lei sthe Court Hi '' n the firm M I the "•••nth of March. 1943, a the 1 si day ..f Mai I Dated thlt 8th rtaj i r Januai -. IT, E U. LEATHERM \ S 'Ik of Circuit Ci Dade County. Florida ii Ircull c.ui i s. 1 R-lS-tt-M BT '• M ,ohn n D c The Smart. Modern Comfortable Way Wa Slenderize You Only Where Needed No Exercise or Pills No Unpleasant Diet TRIAL TREATMENT 2 You'll Rave About It Colonic Irrigations VITA RAY CLINIC 211 Seybcid Bldg. Dial 3-7371 M. FRIEDMAN Practical Hebrew Teacher 820 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach PHONE 5-9026 Beginners to Talmud Individual Instruction Special Attention to Bar Mitzvahs Leo Ackerman, president <>f the Ackerman Insurance Agency, j Inc.. wishes to inform his many! friends and the public in general uf another improvement in insurance protection offered today. 1 Business and professional persons who have previously carried residence burglary, and theft and fire contents insurance covering personal property at their residence should find acceptable the Personal Property Floater which would broaden the "cause of the loss' in practically "AH Risks" and the range of the coverage from residence premises to "World Wide." The Personal Property Floater insurance contract proposes to indemnify the assured against loss or damage to all of his personal property. Alter months of study by the under writers this form of insurance has just been | broadened still further to meet) the views expressed by the in. surance agents who demanded j every consideration for the insur-1 ing public. The result of this study and many conferences is that a new improved policy contract was 1 born in which the assured seI cures at a cost which is often actually less than the cost of specific policies against fire, windstorm and theft hagards. This new contract covers the assured and all members of the assured's family residing in the same household, further it covers the assured's agents and servants A few unusual losses to the assured's personal property that would be covered under this form: Damage caused by bursting of %  water pipes; theft or loss of a camera loaned to friend; mysteri|OUS disappearance; eyeglasses ped i vi rboard while fishing i or riding in an open cockpit plant ; golf ball sliced Into the rough and lost; visitor's dog chews hole in rug; visitor's child .•tains upholstery ol couch; sport coal lost on train; and parcel post igi which never arrived at it's destination. Under this new contract it is possible to purchase a three year term policy at less than two and one half times the annual premium cost. The three year premium may be financed at the very low additional cost of two and one-half per cent. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File No. 30,988 Notice Is hereby given thai Morris I Eula Mae Roone holders as assignee .,r city of Miami Tas i ';• ,V "' *' !" dated the Ith ;'. %  ''•. 'uly, l' 1932 have filed .aid i ifi.-iit,. in my office, and have ii.la.' application fm :; 1X ,i i ,., \ Hmt eon In accordance with law Said •' II.U %  ••• embraces the following deiii D;t.l< E B I.KATHF.RMA* rlbed property, situated ounty, Florida, to.wlt v .im„,!:' pSrkooi, TftSi *-:"";! The use sment of said property under the Certificate Issued was In the name of I'nkm.wn llnleaa uM rordi '; i r ,"" : "' %  • %  ••"'•••-i cording t„ inw. tag deed win issue I Oil the 24th day of February, Annoyed or Dcrmaged by INSECTS TERMITES RODENTS A. A. EXTERMINATING CO. CALL 4-1375 2388 W. FLAGLER ST. FREE ADVICE and INSPECTION MIAMI ROUND TABLE TRIO BEGINS THEIR THIRD YEAR Dated this. 19th dav (Cin i An Clerk of said Circuit Court. A D titt y 0f -'""unr*. nit Court Seal) ... „ ,..„,.. By WM. K1RTI.BT. K rUrl' ''V, l KK > lAN DeuutT nrk .'? T ? 1 < Ircult Court. I 1-8-15-M-JJ MAX It. SILVER Attorney for I'luintiff. (Circuit Court i 1/22-29 2/0-12 -Ig '' I mde Ooun'Ufr'Vlorlda' Seal I M. Johnson. D. C. The Miami Hound Table Trio, composed ol Father Florence D. Sullivan. Rev. Roger Squires and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, will • egin their third year of broadcasting series on WIOD this Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The subject will be "The Need for Religion." These programs are under the auspices of the National Council of Jews and Christians, Made From Fresh Oranges ALCOHOLISM NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS Scientifically Treated MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION M l??.!"'* of Neurology N. MIAMI AVE. at 79th St. ftaud&aa'l fcl{ Upholstery, Slip Cover and Drapery Shops Complete Line oi Exclusive Decorative Fabrics 35 N. W. 1st St. Ph. 3-89S9 Established In Miami Since 1917 Hanson Roofing Co. ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS PHONE 4-M0O 414 S. W. 22nd AVENUE BOWL FOR HEALTH AND FUN PALACE BOWLING CENTER 2101 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8898 KEEN SIGHT HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED by DR. KEENE 221-2-3 Seybold Building Dr. Frederick R. Frank Chiropractic Physician A COMPLETE HEALTH SERVICE Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory X-Ray 1138 West Flagler Street 3-5961 Miami V PHONE *?V, % 2-3I5I W INSURANCE |^ SEyBOLD *9 l {£ BUILDING £fk —Buy War Savings Bonds ONEUlDAY VITAM1M i^LrA.L.TS f HINK of it I Your Bin. imam daily requirement* •f A and D Vitamins or of B Camples Vitamins, in one "'• %  •••'t tsblet. Remember the name ONK-A-DAT (brand) Vitamin Tablets. MIIIS NERVINE 1\ O TENSE "rou W.kef.l. Cranky. RMtlaaa? Dr. MUas Nsrrtas help* to lessen Nerrouj Tension. Get It at your drus store. Read directions and only as directed. Alka-Seltzer VIIIKN Haadaehe. |s> W ,.U, r-aTaT^rSbZ^ _i!^ ta Caa •" fttsaisili. as •"' Aftarinterfere !" >5" or* sr spoil y—sf fam. try tmm Sihaar.



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 29. 1943 +Jewlsti ncrtdtan PAGE THREE U. J. A. FOR 1343 IS RE-ESTABLISHED; MEED IS GREATER New York (WNS)—An agreement providing for the re-establishment of the United Jewish Appeal in 1943 as the single channel through which Jewish communities in the United States will finance the programs of the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and National Refugee Service, was announced this week by William Rosenwald, president of the N. R. S.; Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, national chairman of the U. P. A., and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, chairman of the Fund-Raising Committee of the J. D. C. The United Jewish Appeal has been the central fund-raising initrument of the three major Jewish relief agencies since 1939. No total quota for 1943 was announced, but in accordance with ^Eroccdure.s followed in the past, jjin initial sum of $9,100,000 will e allocated to constituent agenies of the United Jewish Appeal enable them to continue their rograms. The United Jewish Appeal has ^received funds from this area (from the Greater Miami Jewish SUIWRAY PARK HOTEL SPA-HEALTH RESORT MIAMI. FLORIDA. AMERICAN PLAN HOTEL %  Arm Troplrsl (,rounds Comf.irH.blr Kouiu* l>i Irnu,,. Mr>l< BimrL mud KrrrmtUna SANITARIUM Fsr Rest and ftiiralnniire Compli c,. .-\|ipro>rii Ksrllltirs RessonabU Kalr. a rhons S-ltSl 13D S. W. 30tn Court Federation. As a participating agency a lump sum, determined by the Federation budget committee and directors is allocated from funds raised in the annual drive. All amounts above this initial $9,100,000 will be distributed among the organizations by an allotment committee, which will base its decisions on the needs at the time of appropriation, thus insuring the flexible use of the (funds contributed by American | Jews. The initial sum of $9,100,000 is to be divided among the participating agencies as follows: to the Joint Distribution Commit|tee, $4,840,000; to the United Palestine Appeal, $2,760,000; and to i the National Refugee Service, ; $1,500,000. The campaign organization of the United Jewish Appeal consists of three partners: the Joint 1 Distribution Committee, the Uniti ed Palestine Appeal and the Nai tional Refugee Service. The lat|ter agency will have a partnership status for the first time this year, having been a beneficiary in previous campaigns. The corporate structure of the United Jewish Appeal, Inc., created by the Joint Distribution Committee and the United Palestine ApI peal, remains unchanged. In describing the needs of the United Jewish Appeal for 1943, Mr. Rosenwald, Rabbi Silver and Rabbi Wise declared that American Jews must act in terms "of an arena of world rescue enlarged by Allied victories. Re-occupation and liberation are two words which hold the key to the expanded horizon of the 1943 programs supported by the United 1 Jewis Appeal." The statement of the Jewish leaders declared that while governmental action on the part of the United Nations will be organized to further post-war reconstruction, the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal will be i called upon to minister to Jewish • communities in connection with vast needs not include in government-supported economic rehabilitation activities. E PLANS Continuing preparations for their forthcoming drive, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has this week announced the leaders for another important division under the new campaign structure. Sam Blank and Carl Weinkle will serve as co-chairmen of the Special Gifts Division and are now busy selecting captains and team members to handle the large task confronting their division. Holding back all active work on the drive which will take place March 21 to 31, in deferSAM BLANK Co-Chairman of Special Gifts Division PALMER I iim-r.il I hapej 2C0I W. FLAGLIR ST. L AI X, A C N E CE 9-2664 ence to the County-wide War Chest Campaign, which gets under way this week, the campaign planning committee together with Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the drive, and Morris Klass. executive director of Federation, will announce complete campaign plans and program at the conclusion of this current War Chest Drive. Jewish leaders of the entire community are presently devoting their efforts in this deserving undertaking and the manpower available and necessary for Federation activities will not be available until that time, due to this service and obligation being rendered. Sam Blank is at present serving as chairman of the Greater Miami ArmyNavy committee helping to form this group that has taken charge of serving and providing for the needs of the service men in this area. Under his direction four centers are now functioning with hospitality groups and personal service facilities made available to the men. He is a life member of the Y. M. H. A. and a member of the Anti-Defamation Committee of B'nai B'rith. He is vice-president of Federation. He was one of the organizers of the Miami Refugee Committee. Prominent in the business world, he is president of National Brands, one of the largest concerns of its type in this area. Carl Weinkle is a member of the executive board of Federation and likewise is a life member of the Y. M. H. A. and member of the Anti-Defamation League. He has been active in Army-Navy work and loaned the facilities which now houses the Miami Beach Service Men's Center. 1711 Alton Road. He heads the Carls Markets, grocery chain. Isadore Sobeloff, director of the Detroit Jewish Federation, visited in Miami this week and addressed two groups of local workers on campaign technique. SERVICE LEAGUE AND Y SPONSORING EVENT FEB. 2IST TAMPA TO HAVE ROUND TABLE TRIO LIKE MIAMI'S Establishment of a Tampa round table affiliated with the National Conference of Christians and Jews was announced here Monday by Mrs. Barbara Southern, conference executive secretary for Florida. Mrs. Southern reported that the Tampa unit was organized at a dinner arranged by D. J. Apte. formerly of Miami and then active in the round table here. Co-chairmen elected to head the Tampa round table were: Protestant. Geddes P. Henderson; Catholic. Frank Gannon, and Jewish. David Falk. Apte was named treasurer. The Young Men's Hebrew Association and the Miami Service League of the Y. M. H. A. will hold a Monte Carlo Bazaar at the Y. M. H. A. Sunday, February 21. starting at 3 o'clock. For the past few weeks committees have been making elaborate preparations for the event, proceeds of which will be divided equally between the Y. M. H. A. and the Miami Service League. The committee is now active, selling booklets at $1.00 each, composed of six certificates good for purchases at the affair. The committee in charge includes: Leo Ackerman, chairman; D. C. Willner, co-chairman; Louis Gordon, treasurer; Maurice Grossman, executive director: Abe Aronovitz. Philip Berkowitz. Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs. Lillian Friedman, Henry Green. Mrs. Dorothy Kaplan. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Mollye Kaufman, Mrs. Anne Koven, Mrs. Jennie Levinson. Mrs. Ida Optner. Sidney Palmer, Frank Rose. Mrs. Myra Rosenberg. Morns Rosenberg. Herman Rubin. Mrs. Miriam Sager. Mrs. Lee Shapiro. W. D. Singer. Mrs. Sylvia Steig. Mrs. Juliet Stone. Mrs. Faye Weintraub, Mrs Mildred Weiss. Mrs. Mildred Weissel, and George Wolpert. Maria Kurenko, Russian soprano, will highlight the next University of Miami Symphony concert, scheduled for Feb. 14, when Modesto Alloo, the orchestra's conductor, will lead the group in an all-Russian program. Madame Kurenko is currently singing a full season's schedule of reeitals throughout the country. WEDDINGS HD5RTAL 5UPPUC5 P0LI5H REFUUE5 ASIATIC RU55IA I Mr. Nathan Alexander announces the approaching wedding of his daughter. Lilly, to Mr. Joseph Kline, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline. The ceremony will take place Sunday, February 7th. at Beth David Congregation with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. No formal invitations are be ing issued. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offici ated at the weddings this week of Lt. Benjamin Alpert and Miss Rose Wilfand and Mr. Lou Bacon and Miss Gertrude G. Marden, Cantor Mamches assisted I WANT MY MILK The marriages of Sidney Storch and Hermione Josephine Kaufman, Robert L. Fnedenthal and Dorothy Garber, Howard Burton, Litman and Shirley Gail Briakin, Jules Milton Fassy and Ruth Cardello were solomenized by Dr. Samuel Bension at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. And Be Sure It'i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product*" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street au OLD SARATOG -Biscayne Boulevard"at-?7th Street' 'Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o'Clock ... Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines TAKE BUS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS M 71 FROM MIAMI BtACH READY FOR SHIPMENT. This i. • .mall part of the consignment of medical and surgical supplies which the Joint Dinlribution Committee is shipping to Polish refugees in Asiatic Russia. Giving them a final check-up are two prominent New York physicians, Dr. A. J. Rongy (le/t), well-known gynecologist, and Dr. J. J. Colub, Director of the Hospital for Joint Diseases. This latest J.D.C. shipment include, every surgical tool and piece of hospital equipment, from rubber gloves to microscopes and intravenous tubing for blood plasma administration, as well as sheets, blankets and diapers, needed to outfit six base hospitals. All that will be necessary once the shipment arrives will be to construct wooden Mrucliirc* and cots. Since the beginning of 1942, the J.D.C. has spent nearly f400,000 to ship urgently needed medical supplies to the Polish refugee* in Russia. It is cooperating in this program on a non-sectarian basis with the Polish Governmentin-F.xile. EXCELLENT HEBREW TEACHING By Fully Qualified. Competent and Experienced Instructor HYMAN H. 1419 MERIDIAN AVENUE HAIMAN MIAMI BEACH. FLA. PHONE 5-0654 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION IN YOUR HOME SPECIAL BAR MITZVAH PREPARATION %  %  '"' -~'-'i~'



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fclDAY. JANUARY 29. 1943 -Jewisti HorMinn PAGE FIVE IRE L I C I O U S AMWOUMCEMIEHTS Mxn -nji.n rir 1 11 11 1 1 ----%  %  %  %  --------------------%  DNGREGATION BETH DAVID 139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi IX>UIS HATMAN, Cantor %  "riday, 8:15 p. m.—Isidor Colen, member of board of directors %  the War Chest, will discuss: PWar Chest Today." Rabbi Max Hiapiro will conduct the services. Cantor Louis Hayman, Beth Dak#id boys and girls choir, Litur•gical selections. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lefkove hosts at social hour, occasion, wedding anniversary. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Services, Rabbi Max Shapiro: "Portion of the Week." Junior services, 10:30. Mr. and Mrs. David Washer, hosts at Kiddush, in honor of son's bar mitzvah. Daily services morning and evaning. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1 115 Euclid Avenue. Miami Reach JR. SAMUEL. KEN8IONRabbi Friday, 8 p. m.—Dr. Samuel Bansion: "The School for Scandal." Cantor Abraham D. Wolf, Canter choir, musical selections. Saturday, 9 a. m. services—Dr. Bansion: "The Acid Test of Religion." Oneg Shabat, 6 p. m. l>aily services: Morning and evening. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue Ft. l>auderdale. Pla. SAMKKI., HAI.KVI KARON, Rabbi Sabbath services Friday 8 p. m. Religious School, Sunday at 10 a. m. Sisterhood benefit social, open to men and women. Monday 8 p. m. Sisterhood night, Fort Lauderdale Service Men's Center canteen, Wednesday 6 to 11 p. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 590 S W. 17th Avenue. Miami JOSBPH E. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi I.KWIS OREEN, SEXTON Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Saturday 9:00 a. m. and 6:00 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conducting in dual capacities as rabbi and cantor, Friday evening and Saturday morning, sermonizing: "The Portion of the Week." Adult classes: Daily 5:15 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conducting. TEMPLE ISRAEL 1ST N. E. 19th St., Miami RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. Rabbi Emeritus COL.MAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m—Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman conducting services. Temple Israel choir, musical selections. Saturday, 11:00 a. m.—Services, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. OBITUARIES Funeral services were conducted at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday in the Beth David synagogue for Isaac Kaminsky, 72, world-famed cantor and composer of liturgical music, who was killed instantly Tuesday when he was struck by an automobile at S. W. First St. and Fifth Ave. He was a composer of note and an intimate friend of the Late Zvi Hirsch Masliansky, renowned Jewish leader, who passed away recently. Kaminsky had resided here 12 years and was the inaugurator of the Beth David Junior Congregation. He had officiated as cantor in the principal congregations of New York city. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Jessie Lexier, and three sons. Rabbis Shapiro, Kaplan, Machtei, Zwitman and Mescheloff conducted the services with local cantors assisting. The funeral was under the direction of the Gordon Funeral Home, who sent the body to New York for interment. W^wiyyi>Wixi^^^*^WW^^*#^^^^^^W^ 1 SPIRITUAL LEADER AT M. J. 0. C. SCHAAREI ZEDEK 1545 S. W. Third Street. Miami SIMON APRIL, Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m.—Rabbi Simon April: "Youth—The Future Generation." Congregational singing. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.—Services, Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion of the Week." Daily services morning and evening. SHAARAY TEFILA 440 Espanola Way, Miami Beach Services: Daily and Saturday, Jacob L. Andron speaking Saturday morning. Adult classes: Sunday through Thursday. 6:45 p. m. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM Bs5 N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos; Saturday 8:30 a. m Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st Street. Miami Beack S. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi iday, 8:15 p. m.—Rabbi S. M. htei: "The Decalogue." CanB Julius Rosenstein chanting. Hostesses, social hour: Mrs. Raymond Rubin, Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Benjamin Reimer. Saturday. 9 a. m.—Service, Rabbi S. M, Machtei: "Degrees in Judaism." Hosts at Kiddush, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin. %  Adult classes—Jewish Science, 'Sunday. 11 a. m.. Rabbi S. M. Bachtei: "Life and Death." Daily services morning and ening. —Buy War Bonds Today— YESHIVA CENTER 846 Mlchljran Ave.. Miami Beach Services: Daily 8 a. m. and Saturdays, 9 a. m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wash. Ave. & 3rd St.. Miami Bearh MOSES MKHCIIEJ.OFF. Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Friday, 8:15 p. m.. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff introducing the guest speaker. Cantor Maurice Mamches, community singing. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Services: "Portion of the Week." Early Sabbath service, 7:30 a. m. Sabbath afternoon. Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion of the Week." 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. Funeral services were conducted at 3 p. m. Wednesday in the Riverside Memorial chapel for Mrs. Mina Kolnick, 55, who died Tuesday. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff conducted and burial was in Miami Jewish cemetery. She lived at 458 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, and came here eight years ago from Catskill, N. Y. She is survived by her husband, Fivel Kolnick; a son, Max Kolnick, and three daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Katatsky and Mrs. Ethel Golbut, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Gertrude Fierer of Hudson, N. Y. Godel Osher Rosenkrantz, 60, of 429 N. W. Fifth Ave., died Monday at a local hospital after a long illness. He had been a resident of Miami for the past 20 years, having been engaged in the mercantile business. He was a member of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Faiga Rosenkrantz; two sons, Corp. Joseph Rosenkrantz, officers training school, Washington, D. C, and Sol. New York, and a daughter, Mrs. Betty Rosenberg, Lexington, Ky. Funeral arrangements were by the Palmer Funeral Chapel, and interment was Wednesday at the Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky's selection as the new spiritual leader of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was formally announced this week by the president. Max Rifas, when he made public the rabbi's selection by the unanimous action of the board of directors. Rabbi Rackovsky will take over the pulpit immediately and direct the congregation's spiritual activities, plans for which are now being formulated. Before coming to Miami, Rabbi Rackovsky was rabbi at the Congregation Poiley Zedek for several years, the largest orthodox congregation in Syracuse, N. Y. He served as president of the Mizrachi organization of that city and was vice-president of the Regional Mizrachi of upstate New York. Rabbi Rackovsky achieved considerable prominence as a cantor, being known as Yerushalmy. He studied voice at the Institute of Musical Art in New York City as well as receiving private instruction. He will also serve the congregation's cantorial needs. In a statement upon assumption of his new position. Rabbi Rackovsky said that he plans and hopes that the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will become a center of Orthodox Judaism and play a prominent part in religious Zionist matters. His plans in*MM-*aMM*-**MMMh-*-AfcA --'TTTTTT %  • ^SB m w I B IBV Rabbi Joaaph E. Rackorsky elude the fostering and promotion of the general needs of the Jewish community at large, not the least of which will be Kashruth and Jewish education. Rabbi Rackovsky is a member of the Agudath Rabonim, the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, and is an executive member of the Rabbinic Council. He studied at the Rabbinical College Etz Chaim in Jerusalem and at the Yeshiva Rabbi Isaac Elchanan, New York. He was ordained by many prominent rabbis, including the late Rabbi Kook, Chief Rabbi of Palestine; Rabbi Meltzer, Dean of the Etz Chaim Rabbinical College; Rabbi E. Romm and Rabbi M. Horowitz, both memers of the Beth Din of Jerusalem. A. JWMAL £. KoientAal announces the removal of his offices from the duPont Building to 1105 Huntington Building TELEPHONE 2-4819 PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY Ask Your Local DalicatasMn For tho Boat • It Costs No Mora OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Dalicioua Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Maata 37th and Normal Ave. Chicaga SERVING FLORIDA $ fINtST A M I R I C AN | i W I S H DINNER r %  riBratTl % %  A n COLLINS AVE Vir.lREfillS Attention Fleet Owners! IT YOU OPERATE THREE OF MORE VEHICLES IN YOUR BUSINESS. AS A FLEET OWNER YOU MUST COMPLY WITH REGULATIONS OF THE OFFICE OF DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION AND KEEP SPECIAL RECORDS. PHONE 2114 1 FOR SPECIALLY PREPARED BLANKS AND YOUR NEEDS WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF Charles Davis, 55, hotel auditor of 259 N. E. Fourth St., who came here five years ago from New York, died Saturday in a Miami hospital. He leaves his widow, Bertha; two sons, Norman and Marvin, all of Miami; two brothers, Samuel and David, and a sister, Mrs. Celia Friedenberg, all of New York. Services were held Sunday at the Gordon Funeral Home, with Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, officiating. Production of pens and pencils has been cut by order of the War Production Board and the use of critical materials in their manufacture has been banned wherever possible. Tha United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. 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PAGE FOUR +JewistirM&*!LFRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1943 *.•• PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES %  I S W SECOND AVENUE P. Q. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879 Frd KShochL Managing Editor^ A TIME TO GIVE There are periodic times in which we must rise to greatness. This is one. It is a time for both vision and spirit, challenged by the War Chest We make much of serving our Country, and all of us do. We occupy and busy ourselves with an hundred and one good causes. We fret over inactivity, when such moments become our lot, and agitate ourselves into feverish occupation. The finest possible community cooperation for the gigantic war effort is being fostered by the Government, groups, churches, schools, and all phases of society. But the real test comes when we face sacrifices at home actual deprivation. This issue becomes spiritual as it envisions a broad perspective or remains satisfied in a shrunken myopia. The test in short is whether we can part with our money! Whether we can GIVE, freely, wholeheartedly, generously! The world has grown so gigantic, the lines of endeavor are spread so far abroad, the science of welfare has become so technical, that the good we would do can no longer be done by ourselves alone. Nor would it be sufficient, measured against the proportions which the objectives encompass. We are in a global war. we must give globally; we are striving totally, we must provide totally. We can neither remain apart, nor give apart. Our gift must be in proportion to our breadth of vision. It shall be the measure of the man. Doing with less and less commodities, buying power reduced, luxuries discontinued, savings imposed, we can find it possible to measure up to the greatness of the hour. This is the claim to support the home front, maintain the national needs, and help in overseas relief. Whatever we do. it will be less than the sacrifice of those who ride the deep at night, who span the clouds through danger, who blaze trails through unopened jungle, burn on the desert sands, or freeze in the artic regions. In some countries today the people are not asked to give, nor allowed to give. They are commanded to give, and the alternate is the concentration camp. In America there is the right to give: today is the time to give. Do your part in the War Chest Drive starting this week. PEPPER ON INTOLERANCE A somber note was struck by Senator Claude E. Pepper of Florida when he said at Buffalo last week that intolerance is on the rise in America and that Jews should be prepared for a resurgence of anti-Semitism after the war. In the very same speech he declared, in a statement which he must carefully have pondered since the reaction upon him by his colleagues will be instant, that the Congress is not now '"spiritually prepared'" to write the peace. Perhaps both assertions are intertwined in significance. Senator Pepper, one of the bravest and best informed spirits in the national legislature, feels that Jews concerned with this situation have an obligation to understand the link between reactionary economics and politics and intolerance. Senator Pepper may be wrong in his prediction. It seems incredible, in view of the avail through which America is going in increasing measure, that he can be right. But it would be equally wrong for the Jewish bodies entrusted with tasks in these fields to ignore his warnings, however alarmist. 'The Nazis of today—and their appropriate associates, the Japanese—have attempted to drive history into reverse, to use all the mechanics of modern civilization to drive humanity back to conditions of prehistoric savagery. They sought to conquer the world, and for a time they seemed to be realizing their boundless ambition. They overran great territories. They enslaved—they killed. But today we know and they know that they have conquered nothing. Today they face inevitable, final defeat.'—President Roosevelt. Don't waste any of your catch—see that it is used for food by someone. This is the message voiced to the state's sports fishermen—paricularly the salt water sportsmen—by the Fish and Wildlife Service. With rationing just ahead, service officials remind us that all edible fish should be consigned to food channels. One SUBSCRIPTION Year, $2.00 Six Months, $100 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1943 SHEVAT 23, 5703 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 5 —TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMAidfy eonpcktUlai By PHINEAS I. BIRONTHE DARK DECADE From a window of the German Chancellery in Berlin, on the evening of January 30. 1933, an old man was feebly waving and bowing to the cheering throngs in the Wilhelmstrassc. The venerable von Hindcnburg. president of the Second Reich, was vaguely acknowledging the straightarmed salutes of thousands of Nazi Storm troopers parading below. In a window some one hundred yards away stood a younger man in a brown shirt. Everywhere he looked his black swastika flung out its hooked arms in black triumph. He was Adolph Hitler and this was his hour. National Socialism had come into its own. A german citizen of less than a year was Reichschancellor—and "The Dark Decacde" had begun. Hitler, and those banded with him, men drunk with lust for power and imbued with a contempt for the common man. have been our enemies since that thirtieth day of January. 1933. They are the men who launched, from that moment, their deliberate, systematic and conscious plan for a Nazi world conquest. The Nazi record since 1933 represents the progressive execution of the Nazi plot. The Nazis were not forced, by either politics or the war. into any acts—even their most shocking acts. The Nazis were not driven to any deeds—even their most shocking deeds. More horrible than the horror of Nazi atrocities is the fact that the atrocities were intended; they were deliberate; they were cold-blooded, planned measures for the achievement of consciously chosen goals. The Nazis seized upon each opportunity to execute their plot and their plan: they wanted to use violence, to shoot hostages, to terrorize conquered peoples, the occupied nations, the United Nations. The war against the United States did not "break out" at Pearl Harbor; it simply reached the irrevocable military phase at Pearl Harbor. The Nazi war against freedom and decency spread out war from Berlin and Germany. In Germany democracy was destroyed, religion attacked, civil liberties smashed, labor groups suppressed. Then the Faeist spread outward in a carefully conceived timetable—over Austria. Czechoslovakia, Poland. Belgium, The Netherlands, Denmark. Norway, Yugoslavia, Greece. By December 7. 1942 the Nazis and the Japanese decided that the time was ripe to strike at the United States, and the countries of North and South America. The onslaught against "democratic" or "liberal" nations, or "the free peoples", was an attack upon no less than upon the people of the United Nations. The record i-f the Dark Decade is proof that the Nazi-Facist plot was directed against us. as well as .very other free nation which was on the Faeist timetable of conquest and domination. "The Dark Decade" is over and is being smashed forever. 1943 represents the closing of the Dark Decade and "the beginning of the beginning." The Dark Decade must never return. A new decade, a new era in world history will be made by the free peoples of the United Nations. "Labor has understood this war from the beginning and not only here but in the other countries that are fighting our common cause. In China, production was possible only because of the drive of the labor cooperatives. In England labor was insistent and demanding for an all-out war long before the Chamberlain government fell. In Russia it is a unity of city and country laboring folk that has taken its fearful and courageous toll of German lives. In Brazil, in Mexico it has been the drive of labor that led these countries to stand actively against the Axis. In this country, labor has taken and absorbed shock after shock as our great industry adapted itself to the demands of war. Despite some mistakes, some short-sighted actions, that will characterize every great movement because men must run it, labor has the right to be proud of its war record"— James M. Landis, director of the Office of Civilian Defense. YOU SHOULD KNOW... The other day we picked up the Concise Oxford Dictionary and found the following definition for the verb jew : cheat, overreach And don't think that the standard American dictionaries do ony better ... Now you understand why the textbook commission set up by Kenneth Leslie is needed in this country We should also like to point out that the jokesters of the radio program "Can You Top It." are overdoing the Jewish dialect jokes It's getting so that their stories are positively in bad taste ... The Anti-Semitic rowdyism we ve been reporting to you as marring the peace of the Bronx and Brooklyn has now reached the night club sector ... But the Hitlerlovers have been getting the reception they deserve, and guickly flee the wrath of the assembled patrons What we want to know, however, is why said patrons don't grab hold of the hoodlums and call the police. PROBLEMS... Some time during the month of February Wendell Willkie is expected to make a most significant announcement on the Jewish situation in Europe ... Dr. Chaim Weizmann and Dr. Nahum Goldmann are in Washington, holding conversations with important political personages on Jewish post-war problems Remember how the last war was followed by severe immigration restrictions in this country? Well. Washington expects that by the time the next peace treaty is signed there will be new laws prohibiting any immigration whatsoever as long as the unemployment figure does not fall below the million mark William Ziff, author of "The Coming Battle of Germany" (which, by the way, has just been republished in a Pocket Book edition), is slaving away in Washington at a new bood that will deal with peace problems. MILITARY NOTES... Congratulations to Judge Jacob Schlowsky, president of the Hartford, Conn., Zionist District, on the promotion of his son. Robert, from the rank of First Lieutenant to that of Captain of Infantry Robert is serving overseas, in the same regiment as his uncle, Lieutenant-Colonel Harry Schwalsky Congratulations, too, to Paul Muni, Yehudi Menuhin and Mischa Elman for having accepted the joint chairmanship of the dinner tribute to Jewish heroes sponsored by the Joint Council for Russian War Relief for February 28th One of the heroes to be honored in person will be airman Meyer Levin, if he hapbens to be back from the front When Barney Ross was holding that advanced position at Guadalcanal he was pretty busy with the Japs—but not too busy to remember his pals back home ... At least, comedian Lou Costello boasts that he is the proud recipient of a pack of Japanese cigarettes that Barney sent him Nazi newspapers, the obituary columns of which used to give a general idea of the number of casualties suffered by the Wehrmacht, no longer supply that item of military information—not since Hitler, seeing how things were going on the Russian front, made the newspapers raise the cost of death notices to the prohibitive price of 300 marks each. STAGE AND SCREEN... Joseph Fields, author of Broadway's newest hit, "The Doughgirls," and co-author of a couple of other successes of the current season, is the son of the late Lew Fields, whom old-timers will remember as one of the finest comedians of another day Sam Wood, the movie director who is responsible for the filming of Hemingway's "For Whom the Bell Tolls," will not gain much prestige when and if the picture is released ... A representative of the French govrnment has been supervising the production, and the boys of the Lincoln Brigade will feel sick when they see what has been done to historical truth ... It was the late David Belasco to whom credit must be given for the original discovery of filmdom's new star, Joe Cotten, who plays the lead in "Shadow of a Doubt" Belasco had signed a contract with the young man and had great plans for him. but unfortunately died before he was able to give him his start in the theatre Kurt Weill, whose new musical. "One Man's Venus," is now being readied for Broadway, will be interested to learn that his melodies are still being sung in Nazi-controlled Paris, but the words of his songs have been chanked to express the sentiments of the Fascist overlords. ABOUT PEOPLE... Judge Joseph M. Proskauer is definitely slated to become the president of the American Jewish Committee, and Maurice Wertheim. outgoing president, is due to don a uniform for the no r^ihn?n un P K r1an, < g ver nnient job Harry Hershfield renTnt£ I a f number £ Washington offices prominently display I Scu?cL r S n H a,ed WUh ^ ,,0rney Louis Nizer: "That which take? o r*£ 1 ^ ^"•dwtoly-That which is impossible hum !" n ^ / Hats off Stella Adler for her most iTLr w in e ca8 r. o f a ,ormer movie 8,ar wh n w can take oul Ujfi ff£ teU y U lhe ful1 8tor y now. but you can take our word for it that it proved Stella's heart and spunk. DID YOU KNOW? Public warehouses in Florida and South Georgia are being inventoried by industrial specialists of the War Production Board, in an effort to locate all idle stocks of scarce materials. This is a preliminary step in diverting them to war uses. wofborTS noZ^t SSE ^e'sky, the virtuoso cellist. gene Ormandv oL^A. 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PAGE EIGHT •Jewish fhrUkM FRIDAY. JANUARY 29, 1943 .... I B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Bv PAUL WEITZMAN Early last year. Sholcm Lodge held its installation of officers by an elaborate affair that included a banquet dinner and offered as the "piece de resistance" Dr. A. L. Sachar. This year, voluntary inhibitions forbid pampering with the "inner man" in a war-torn world. But the minds of nun must develop, and to this community, on February 7th. 1943. at Temple Israel. Sholcm Lodge will bring Mr. Marvin Lowenthal. prominent writer, publicist, traveller, to speak at the installation of its officers, and those of the Ladies' Auxiliary. We remember sitting spellhound by the oratory of Dr. Sachar at the last installation, and we look forward with keen anticipation to the advent of Marvin Lowenthal. of whom Dr. Sachar said: "Mr. Lowenthal gave the impression of seating 900 peoer. so we turn to a quotation about Mr. Lowenthal, by Lewis Browne, and who can forget the latter's "Stranger Than Fiction," a short history of the Jews—and Mr. Browne says. "To listen to Marvin Lowenthal is to enjoy a royal intellectual snack. He seasons sound learning with wit, and hard conviction with irony. I know few literary men in America today who even approach him in scholarship, experience and urbanity." "Some four or five hundred men sat spellbound for over an hour ... no lecturer has left a deeper impression than Marvin Lowenthal, a rare and captivating personality," said Rabbi Louis Mann, of the Temple Sinai, in Chicago. And Hendnk Willem Van Loon likens listening to Lowenthal to spending an hour walking the decks ot an ocean liner with men like Einstein or Wells and "listening to a first rale mind endowed with learning, lucidity, and a grand sense of humor." No. we haven't joined the personal publicity stall' of Mr. Lowenthal. But Sholem Lodge has gone to considerable expense to bring this speaker to Miami, for the benefit of the community, and we would not want anyone to miss the opportunity thus afforded to hear him. There will be no admission charge, and members and their friends are invited to attend. Sholem Lodge will pie in front of him in a comfortable arm chair. He had plenty to hold open house at Temple Israel say and said it with keen wit and to welcome a representative audidelightful enthusiasm, which charmed every one of his listeners." This is how he impressed Dr. Sachar. It may be interesting to note what one author thinks of anothREAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Sales and Leases B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph. 5-5868 ence for Mr. Lowenthal. And those who have a nostalgic feeling for 57th Street and Seventh Avenue, New York City, will find that "the best tunes of all" did not move to Carnegie Hall when they hear Sergeant Bela Urban and his violin. Set. Urban, a concert artist of distinction, now a member of the Army Air Force in Miami Beach, will be on the installation program, and you are sure to enjoy his music—forgive us for referring to it as "tunes." The Committee of 100—One for every year of the continuous existence of B'nai B'rith-is hard at work to bring into Sholem Lodge every eligible candidate. Every past president of a B nai B'rith Lodge, in addition to those of Sholem Lodge, are honorary chairmen of the Committee of 100. E. Albert Pallet, the chairman of the membership campaign, hopes to be able to stage a mass initiation never before equalled on Washington's Birthday, With appropriate ceremonies. And if the committee does its work, there is no reason why the results should not receive the attention and approbation of B'nai B'rith lodges throughout the country. You don't have to be on the committee to propose a member, but it the assistance of the committee is desired, it will always be available. B'nai B'rith Captains While the duties of the captains remain the same, the promotion of the welfare of Sholem Lodgeby closer collaboration, the method of procedure has been changed. Captains will operate in geographic /ones in the vicinity of their residences, in that way they will actually perform the function of liaison officers by getting to know their neighbors who are Ben Briths, arrange to attend meetings in groups, and keep the members on their lists informed of special activities, in addition to regular projects. President Louis Heiman hopes that the dual collaboration, as members and neighbors, will have a salutary effect on the organization. NOTED AUTHOR LECTURER PRINCIPEL SPEAKER AT B'NAI B'RITH OFFICER INDUCTION The noted writer and lecturer, Marvin Lowenthal. will be the principal speaker at Temple Israel Sunday evening. Feb. 7th. on the occasion of B'nai B'rith installation of officers. Lowenthal is the author of the f„ll,,wing books: "A World Passed By," which is the history of the Jews and their culture, traced by means of exhibits in museums and the sights and monuments and places in which they lived; the autobiography of "Montaigne," excerpts from the writings of "Montaigne" arranged in chronological order: "The Jews of Germnay," a history from the last quarter of the third century to present times; and "Henrietta Szold; Life and Letters." Lowenthal also translated into English the Memoirs of Cluckel von Hameln. His writing has—besides learning—humor and wit. lucidity and Charm, He has lectured widely throughout the United States on aspects of Jewish history. The installation of officers will be very brief, so that the major portion of the evening will be given to the lecturer. There will be no solicitation of funds and no admission charge. The public is united to attend. Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ BKTORK TOW BUT war LION ILKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Mot B**t BMWM Bigg*** B—B-impaot BSKSMI— Best Tidbits from Everywhere SlfilCILD dflDMIAL j By PHINEAS J. BIRON IMMINUli FftWM PAAC 44 David Pacifico. against a Christion government, that of Greece? And that Phinehas, the Biblical High Priest whose name we are proud to bear, was so renowned for his zeal in the service of God that later, when the similarly zealous Prophet Elijah attained prominence, he was regarded as the reincarnation of said Phinehas? We, too, lay claim to considerable zeal, and want you to know that all of these facts which we have just revealed to you are the fruit of our zealous perusal of the newly published Volume Eight of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia. If you are missing your favorite candy bar, console yourself with the knowledge that it is on the battle front. Soldiers need sugar for emergency rations. Henry Jones, B'nai B'rith's Founder, would be as thriilprl a* Ho !" u manUe of Lcdership i„ B'nai BW. 100th ye^Vh^ou^eadTe SJSriS tlZTS^T N OW, more than ever, you want to stay on the job and do your full share of the work which must be done. Hesdache, Muscular Psins, Simple Neuralgia, Functional Monthly Psins slow you down, interfere with your work, %  poil your fun. Have you ever tried DR. MILES Anti-Pain Pills when any of these common pains nave made you miserable? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills sra pleasant to take, and prompt in action. They do not upset the stomach or make you constipated. A single tablet usually brinirs rehef. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills are compounded under the auperTjsion of competent chemists. Get Dr. Miles Antl-Psin Pin* !irSL d !" ff tore Regular packdirect"^on-and take only .. The Miami Service League of tinY. M. H. A. held a special election for the purpose of selecting an executive board Monday evening, January 25. The folowing were selected: Mrs. Murray Koven. chairman; Mrs. Jack Stone, Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. Henry Kaufman, Mrs. Maurice Furman. Mrs. Ann Pastroff, Mrs. Herman Bloom, Mrs. Lillian Friedman, Mrs. Bertie Wiseman, Mrs. Maurice Sager, and Mrs. Rose Ginsberg. The following standing committees were appointed: Victory Belle. Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof; pubI luity. Mrs. Leon Kaplan; finance, Mrs Morris Rosenberg; refreshments. Mrs. Macy Levinson; Hapj py Day Fund. Mrs. Herbert Shier: ways and means, Mrs. William Weintraub. The officers of the League arc Mrs. Murray Koven, president! Mrs George Chertkof, vice president; Mrs. Al Weiss, recording secretary; Mrs. Henry Steig. corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Sam Weissel. treasurer. Next Monday evening, February 1, at 8 o'clock, the Miami Service League will be hosts to the men from the Drill Instructors' School Basic Training Command Number 9. The purpose of the Squadron Dance is to entertain those men who are constantly on duty and who only on rare occasions are permitted to leave. The men will be transported by special convoy to and from the "Y." This is for Service Men only. On Monday evening, February 8, the Miami Service League will hold a reception for new members More details to follow. Bowling At a special meeting of thJ Bowling committee held at the "Y" last Sunday afternoon, itl was decided to reorganize the Number 2 Bowling League. Anyone desiring to participate is requested to be at the Palace Bowling Alleys. 2101 N. Miami Avenue, next Monday night. Next Wednesday evening, February 3, at 8 o'clock, the Y. M. H. A. will have a general stag smoker for men only. The feature of the evening will be many boxing bouts furnished by Service Men. Institute in Judaism An Institute in Judaism sponsored by the Y. M. H. A. in cooperation with the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami will take place soon. This is a series of five lectures in which every member of the Rabbinical Association will participate, as follows: February 11, "The Book of Books,'' Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan; February 11. "The Talmud." Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; March 11. "The Jewish Religion," Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; March 25, "The Practices of the Jewish Faith,'' Rabbi S. M. Machtei; April 8, "The Modern Jewish Problem." Rabbi Max Shapiro. Please register immediately. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 13M N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 Baat car* tor chronic sick, convalesssnt and elderly people $25 WEEKLY UP % % % % %  Large Beautiful Groundiaa ICO NEW RADI0EAR We think you'll find it the land of hearing you've dreamed shout. Msde by one of America's Pioneer Manufacturers of Vacuum Tube Hearing Aids. Call for free booklet and hearing proof! RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg.. Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100