The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 13No. 37
HUNGARIAN JEWS
IE IN All
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
SLOVAKIA SPEEDS
UP "ARYANIZATION"
RUMANIA DECREE
TS
London (WNS)The complete
"aryanization" of Jewish enter-
prises and cstalr.--. in Slovakia
was expected shortly with the
London (WNS)Scores of Jew- announcement that the Slovak-
ish soldiers in the Hungarian ar- liin Parliament had given the
my have committed suicide as a government authority to issue all ,'Rum:inia frnm ., phases of na_
result of the severe treatment necessary decrees.
received at the hands of violent- The Nazi-controlled
ly anti-Semitic officers, accord- ment hopes to effect the trans-
ing to advices reaching here. fer of Jewish-owned properties
The Hungarian army, now in lo Gentiles within a few months,
the process of demobilization Provisions have been made also
since the easing of tension con- for the -aryanization" of estates
nected with the Hungarian-Ru- wni<* passed from Gentile into
tional life, the new pro-Nazi Ru-
govern- i manian government issued a se-
manian dispute over TransyIvan- i Jcwlsh hands many years ago jtablish memberships of 400 in
la. is rife with anti-Semitism. through forced sales of unpaid
Officers assign Jewish soldiers to taxt's or other debts,
the most difficult tasks. The decree states that the pre-
Anti-Semitism is rampant! vious owner or his Gentile heir
among the privates, who fre- jmay at anv timc in tne next six
quently band together to perse- ,months regain possession of the
cute their Jewish comrades. Hun- Property by depositing with
garian officers are lenient -in the "aryanization" officials 25 per
disposition of these cases. Jew- !cent of the original sale price
ish soldiers returning from ser- and a five-year, five per cent
vice report that they are served Promissory note for the balance,
inferior food and are generally I l is not known what the Jews
BILL TO BAR JEWS WINS
FIRST TEST IN BOLIVIA
La Paz. Bolivia (WNS)The
Chamber of Deputies lias ap-
proved the first reading of a bill
j which would cancel all immigra-
London (WNS)-In another 'tion permits granted to Jews, in-
move to eliminate the Jews in jcluding those already granted.
The bill was introduced by a '
grou pof "independent" depu-
ties, who urged passage of the
bill on the ground that the "Jews
are an unhealthful element" be-
cause of their "selfish social,
racial and moral principles."
The proponents of the bill
charged that more than 13,000
Jews had entered Bolivia since
Hitler came into power in 1933.
most of them allegedly having
made false statements claiming
farmer status. Mercade Rosales.
former minister of agriculture,
said that Bolivian consuls had
issued immigration permits with-
out checking the accuracy of the
statements.
During his attack on Jews Sen-
or Mercade said that Jews
IN LONDON IS HIT
ins of decrees limiting the num-
ber of Synagogues. Jewish hos-
pitals and schools.
The decree stated that all Jew-
ish communities must vacate
synagogues unless they could 68-
the larger towns and 200 in the
villages. The Jews will have to
apply to the Ministry of Educa-
tion for special permission to
maintain each synagogue.
Synagogues in communities
which do not have the specified
amount of Jewish families will
pass into possession of the State
which will use them for Chris-
mistreated.
Meanwhile, it was learned,
thousands of Jews of all ages
have been drafted for compul- I."""j
i i_ a- land,
sory labor. According to one re-
port. 35.000 Jews, one-third of
Budapest's male Jewish popula-
tion, have been compelled to
work on bridge and road-build-
ing projects throughout Hun-
gary.
tian churches. The same ruling .
applies to Jewish schools and hos- !galned lm'gration permits by
will receive for their properties 'pitals. bribing Bolivian consuls. The
but it was understood that the | Rumania merely acknowledg-lbi" came to lhe floor after cer-
amount will be all out of propor-
tion with the actual value of the
es the fact that the Jewish relig- tain deputies said that Bolivian
ion exists." the decree stated. K_!?gme_,\_.W e.re protestinS could "not be determined immedi-
London (WNS)Great Brit-
ain's Jews were the hardest hit
as wave after wave of Nazi
bombing planes rained incendi-
ary bombs on the heavily Jewish
populated East End district of
London in the fiercest aerial
attack of the war.
The Jewish quarter was virtu-
ally destroyed as Nazi raiders,
estimated in some quarters as
2.000 planes, dropped their ter-
rifying, death-dealing missiles in
a night-long raid on apparently
non-military objectives.
An official government com-
munique said that 400 persons
were killed and between 1.300
and 1.400 were injured in the
raid. Government spokesmen
admitted that these figures were
incomplete and predicted that a
final check-up would reveal a
greater toll of dead and wound-
ed.
Though the proportion of Jews
among the dead and maimed
LAUDERDALE LODGE
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
The installation of the officers
of the newly organized Ft. Lau-
derdale B'nai B'rith lodge will
PETAIN GOVERNMENT [take place Wednesday evening,
GIVES UP GRYNSZPAN September 18th at 8 o'clock at
______ 'the Temple. S. Andrews Ave..
London (WNS)- Herschel *** E Albert Pallot of Miarm'
Grynszpan. the young Polish Jew'chalrman of the evening. Mr.
who killed a Nazi consular at- Barno>' J Cohen, state chairman
tache in Paris in 1938. whose '(,f the Anti-Defamation Commit-
whereabouts has been the sub-!tee> wl" be the main speaker;
ject of scores of unconfirmed ru- Mr Isaac Levln- President of
mors and reports, has been sur- Flflh D,slrict Bnal B'rith, will
rendered to the Nazi Gestapo by lnsta" tne officers and Leo Eis-
tlie Petain government at Vichy enstein will be sergeant at arms,
under article 19 of the Compiegne Refreshments will be served. All
ramistice. it was definitely es- local and out of town B'nai
tablished here.
Article 19 stipulated that Ger-
many could demand the return ,
of any refugee from the Reich LAUNCH NATIONWIDE
who had fled to Franc,-. The DRIVE FOR MEMBERS
young Polish Jew was taken
back to Germany in a heavily-
guarded armored ear.
"It will only be able to manifest
itself in accordance with the
ministerial provision."
Meanwhile, Horia Sima. Iron
Guard leader, announced the do-
mestic and foreign policies of
the violently anti-Semitic organ-
ization. The Iron Guard home
policy calls for total annihila-
tion of "Jewish and Masonic"
powers and "freedom" for all
minorities who live in Rumania.
- i.

A PLEA TO EVERY
JEW
d
N( W York (WNS)A nation-
wide synagogue membership
Grynszpan had ample oppor- campaign sponsored by the Syn-
tunities to escape hut refused agogue Council of America and
them all, according to informa- embracing American orthodox,
tion received here. He was among Conservative and Reform bran-
a group of prisoners taken from cn Judaism will open this
the Sante Prison of Paris, dur- Saturday. September 14. accord-
ing the height of the war. to an- [ng to an announcement made
other part of France. by the Synagogue Council.
Enroute the French police As the representative of the
abandoned the prisoners. Grynsz- three branches of American Ju-
pan. however, went from prison daism, the Synagogue Council
to prison, suggesting that he be has issued the call for a con-
rearrested. Police headquarters certed membership campaign to
at Bourges and at Chateuroux be carried out in every place in
refused to accept him, saying (the United States where there is
that they had no authority in the a Jewish congregation. The ob-
matter- I ject of the campaign is to in-
--------------------------- 'crease synagogue affiliation.
DANMARK TO START Though the campaign is to be a
STRICT MEASURES joint one' its ,ur,ose is to havc
______ each individual new member
Geneva (WNS) DenmarkJjoin ,he y>gogue representing
which has been slow in institut- tne branch of Judaism in which
ing anti-Jewish legislation, is j he is interested,
feeling increasing pressure from Rabbi Edward I. Israel of Balti-
Nazi Germany to pass anti-Sem- jmore is president of the Syna-
itic laws, it was reported here, 'gogue Council.
If you are at all interested
in your Jewish community, in
its integrity and progress, and
in Jewish education, you can
show your interest during the
B'rith members are cordially in- | comin8 weeks and the High
Holy Days, by becoming a
member of one of the syna-
gogues in our community, and
by praying in one of the es-
tablished synagogues of Great-
er Miami.
Whoever goes to a so-called
PUBLISHED TODAY
vited to attend.
against Jewish competition. ,atel ODScrvers said it was un.
The bill apparently 1S aimed ;doubtedly high because o th(.
only at Jews since the govern- 'predominance of Jews in the dis-
ment is now encouraging foreign trjct
farmers to come to Bolivia. Hundreds of Air Raid Precau-
tions officials and volunteer
workers worked frantically to
extricate survivors buried in the
debris caused by fallen buildings.
Police reported no panic despite
the fact that electricity and gas
| were temporarily shut off dur-
ing the height of the raid.
New York, Sept. 13.Dedicat- | Tnc raid coincided with the
ed to the memory of Felix M. day proclaimed by King George
Warburg, the second of ten vol- as a dav of national prayer. Spc-
umes of the Universal Jewish cial prayers were offered in
Encyclopedia, in English, is pub- churches of all denominations
lished today, according to an- for tne safety and welfare of
nouncement by Rabbi Isaac tnc Jewish community in the
Landman. editor-in-chief, who is East End section,
also director of the Academy for Though the military damage
Adult Jewish Education. The was said to be negligible, scores
remaining volumes are sched- of Jewish shops were demolished
uled to appear at approximately ;md hundreds of homes were de-
three-month int-rva!s. the entire s*royed by fire. Hundreds of
set to be completed by the end ",h,r buildings were weakened
of 1941. by the blasts and police offi-
Containing 65G pages, upward cials ordered them evacuated.
of 1.160 articles and 513 illus-J Jewish residents of the quart-
trations, Volume II of the Uni- ers' tne majority of them in the
mushroom synagogue" set up versal Jewish Encyclopedia em- 'ower-income brackets, piled
in a hotel or other place of
business by individuals for
their private gain, by so doing,
not only refuses to help the
Jewish community in its work
through its synagogues and re-
ligious schools, but actually
does serious damage to the
welfare of our community,
mocks at the sacredness of
Jewish worship, and with-
draws his supporting hand, so
greatly needed by those work-
ing for the Jewish present and
future.
We plead with you. and
through you with your friends
and neighbors, to come to the
aid of your people and faith
by worshipping at and joining
only the established syna-
gogues of Greater Miami.
(Signed)
Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami.

braces all of the letter B and lneir Possessions on their backs
part of Cfrom Baal through ""d moved mto central London
Canada. The illustrations of thousands of Jews made
Volume IT comprise a number homeless by the raid were shel-
of five color reproductions, maps. ''''"' (i nl schools, hotels and other
charts and rare facsimile docu- Public buildings,
mentS, in addition to black and Sad-eyed mothers, worn from
white photographs. ja night of horror, carrying ba-
The dedicatory inscription for 'bios '" tr,eir arms, were taken to
Volume II cites "Felix M. War- under-ground rooms in hotels to
Iburg, whose devotion to cultural sPend the night in safety. Emer-
I pursuits was as universal as are ^ency kitchens were set up to
jthe traditions and teachings of |feed ,hc victims.
Judaism: whose vision and sense Throughout the area cxhaust-
lof reality gave initial impetus to |ed f'remen fought huge blazes
ithe Universal Jewish Encyclope-j w'hilc policemen were busy rop-
'di.a" ir>g off streets where delayed-
---------------------------action bombs had fallen. Great
JEWS FORCED TO I "aU're in thc *ets margod
TRAIN NAZIS ,* where the bombs had
fallen.
Lisbon (WNS)Nazi officials
in Belgium and Holland havc
compelled wealthy Jewish diam-
QUAKE IN JERUSALEM
JerusalemA slight earth tre-
ond experts to train young Nazis jinor was felt in various parts of
in the art of buying and selling this city at 1:32 p. m. last Thurs-
precious stones, it was learned day. There was no damage re-
here. ported from the quake.


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PAGE TWO
JenistiftcriJisr
The wedding of Miss Esther Sa- |
ble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Sable of Charleston, S.
C. to Irvin Gordon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Gordon of this city,
will take place Sunday after-
noon. September 15th at 5
o'clock on the roof gardens of the
Alcazar Hotel. Rabbi Max Sha- j
piro will officiate and nuptial '
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1940
Hyman Roth. 70 of 710 Jefferson
Ave., Miami Beach, succumbed
after a long illness Sunday night
in a Miami Beach hospital. A
resident of the state for almost
30 years, he came to Miami Beach
four years ago from Orlando. He
is survived by five sons, Dan,
and Alan, both of Miami Beach;
Burnett and Nat, of Miami, and
, t.. rhi *nrnritv held their reg- The Ladies Auxiliary of Miami Mack of Daytona Beach; four
music will be sung by Leonard. An elaborate floor show and lot Chi Jor"^a M *t Jewteh Orthodox Congregation daughters. Mrs. Sylvia Kruger,
Liblick. The bride will be at- dance will be given for Berna- ,ular *t,n lEdJh RBobt.rls, aro sponsoring their annual all Mrs. Anna Berger and Miss Ray
tended by Mrs. Irving Goldstein, d.ne Roth by he Miami Beach the home of M ss With K ^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^
matron of honor; Miss Becky Elks and theMiami Beach Amer- !E J10^. ^an unani-'olth ir summer activities Sun- Feldman of New York City. The
Sable, maid of honor, and Misses ican Legion Post tonight (Friday) *"*?J*SSSit- Bebe day, September 15th at Hardies body was sent to Orlando by the
Shirley Haimes. Dolly Pont, and at the Legion Home on Alton OUSly elected P v 0ccan Drjvc and lst St, Miami Jewish Funeral Home.
Ethel Pont, bridesmaids Har-lRoad. Miami Beach, in connec- FmnJ V*m)^!2. Miami Beach. Mrs. S. Stone and where funeral services and bur-
ld Pont will be best man and lion with Miss Roths candidacy |^0* ." ,cted reasur- Mrs. A. I. Orlansky. co-chair- ial took place. Mr. Roth was act-
ushers will be Ike Gordon. Abe in the current Harvey Seeds Sylvia Shaft, historian lm,n, arc being assisted by Mes- ive in communal and civic af-
Schoenfeld and Sydney Gold-: Post Drum and Bugle Corps er^Mame A^hnan nmona Abraham
stein. A reception will follow mascot contest which closes with and ** The next meettng ^ ^ ^
the ceremony. No invitations a^ammott> corenaUon baU at W.1Lbe held at theonuM,! JJJ V|ctor Mo. j. shonfeld, The engagement of Miss Soph.a
have been issued and all friends the American Legion Home on BeDe ^^ R Sttfinbcrg and H ^ of ^ and ^
are Invited to attend. After a Biscayne BouKx.rda t< start ^ve^ng all members are in-^Traeger. A., are urged to at- ,Adolph E. Adler t0 irving Ros.
honeymoon Caribbean cruise, the Saturday night The tw. y g ^ ^ ^^ ^^ go son of Mr and Mfs w.
couple will reside in Miami. org^^^arUnent lalt khe home of Sylvia lhaff. 1612 .towards the Talmud Torah fund. L Ro8efeld, 717 N. W. 22nd
Mrs. Elsie Kron.nf.ld was ap- ^eek in "sponsoring Miss Roth in S. W. 14th Terrace^ ._..... Court. ,
pointed president of the Young tne contest. General admission
Judaea Council of Greater Mi- j tickets and table reservations for
ami at the first leaders institute |tne mascot coronation ball Sat-
meeting which was held at her|urday night, at which the new
The wedding will take
home Wednesday evening. Other
important business was transact-
mascot will be announced and
the winner inducted, may be had
ed and details of future plans at mascot contest headquarters,
will be announced later. 72 West Flagler Street, phone,
J21434. The coronation ball, one j Co]umbia University. He will
The unveiling of a monument to,of thc biggest affairs of its kind !....._ ,K if ,hl> luMr>r nar,
the memory of the late Wolf Co- ever neld jn Miami, will be at-
hen will take place Sunday at 2 u.mk,d by a number of city.
state and Legion officials. A
floor show comprised of acts
Word has been received that Mrs.
Mrs. George Wolpert and daugh- Morris Ratner of Cleveland. ^^ m Octobor
ters have returned from a vaca- Ohio, passed away Tuesday. Sop- # m
tion in Georgia where they vis- jtember 10th at a hospital there and R w-|| ^
itcd relatives, and in the North from an illness. She is survived
p. m. at the Jewish section of the
Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will conduct the serv-
ices
Carolina mountains.

Dr. Sol Selevan is in New York
where he is taking special work
at Columbia University. He will
return to the city the latter part
of September.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Polans an-
uuui ....,.. -----r------- Enounce the birth of a son Sun-
from the leading Greater Miami lday September lst. The bris
, night clubs will be presented and was ncld last Sunday at Jackson
.. r -there will be general dancing to Memorial Hospital at which tune
Miss Theresa Berlin, daughter erf I orcncstras A of the mas. L baby wag namod Jerry Mar.
Mrs. Gertrude Berlin vmii return ^ candidates will act as host-|tin Rev. jos. Malek officiated, turned to the city from a two
to Flora Stone Mather college, i^ Anyone desiring to pur-: months' vacation during which
Western Reserve Umverslty- 'hc votes t0 aid thc candidacy Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin an- they visited in California and
Cleveland. Ohio, as aJJ* of Miss Roth are asked to phone
when the college opens Tuesday. '

Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper and
by three sons, Leonard. Harry." the birth of a baby
and Max. two daughters. Dora daughter Tuesday. September ,
and Fannie, all of Cleveland. Jackson Memorial Hosp. al
Mrs. Ratner was the mother-in- Both mother and baby are doing
law of Mrs. Matilda Ratner of flne'
Miami Beach.
All Y-Ette members are urged
Mr. Emil Avrach of New York to be present Sunday morning,
visited in Miami for a brief stay September 15th at 11 a. 111 al
with his sister and brother-in- the Y clubrooms. when Mrs. Al
law. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aron- Reisman. sponsor of the group.
ovitz. will take individual and group
pictures of the girls.
Mr. and Mrs. William Shayne re-
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, representa-
tive from Beth David Sister-
hood to Havana. Cuba on the
Goodwill Tour sponsored by the
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin an- they visited in California
nounce the engagement of their other northern cities.
daughter Harriette to Theodore :
Marcow. son of Mrs. Elizabeth The newly elected officers of Tri nna Mimr circic. rtit1
Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper and Wilmington. Del* Beta sorority were installed at Monda>- Mrs' Cohcn and. ?w
family returned to the city from The Bar Mitzvah of Jack Nor Marcow > representatives were met by the
Hendersonville, N. C. ^"Brown, son of Mr and Mrs -are. ^ P PP g Jewish Society of Havana, which
1 ; n, nr and 'DaV,d BT'\ N2.J2J **' and Mrs- Leonard *** Miss Joyce Oren. Officers in- helPs the Jewih nccdy and alS
Nathan Aronovitz. son of Dr. and M.e wl take place Saturday,_____uw i v-mlto Wtln.l L.iti t- c..., .
Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz. left for
Gainesville. Florida, where he
will resume his studies at the
has aided more than two hund-
Ave.. will take P'^^^ |arc visiting in Yosemite National Stalled were Ina Steuer, presi- *" aid*d more *na". '
morning. September 14th at 9 Callforma_ aft whjch they dcnt; Lmian RuW vkc ,. red needy Jewish children.
a. m. at Beth David Synagogue., Franc.sco. re- **. TM nr r-.Hi o.
a- m;,a\1f ,h 1 T,nvTiTiS'i" visit in San Franc.sco. re-
135 N. W. 3rd Ave. Jack wOll___
will resume mo otuu.^- ---- 1J0 jN, yy. jiu ore "^"
University of Florida, where he recjte the portion of the week
_____J BA n v>-> k/M< |-\T .... 1 .11_____ T~> .. 1^ V- 1
is a sophomore and a member of
Phi Delta fraternity and Phi Eta
Sigma honor society.

Mrs. Nat Roth and daughter Mil-
licent visited for the week-end
in Glenville, Georgia.
Dr. and Mrs* i'acob H. Kaplan jents. Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb, wh
will return to the city Sunday recently celebrated their golden
from Savannah. Ga.. where they wedding anniversary, returned to
have been vacationing for the I Miami Beach from a three
past several weeks. months vacation in New York
and will be addressed by Rabbi
Max Shapiro of the congrega-
tion. All friends are invited to
attend.

Mrs. Ida Enerfeld. accompanied
by her son Gerald, and her par-
turning to Miami Beach thc lat-
ter part of the month.

Mrs. Sadie Weinberg accompan-
ied by her daughter Jean T. and
son Harold M., returned to the
dent; Joyce Oren, recording sec- j *
retary; Harryette Katz, corres- Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenxai and
ponding secretary and Pearl 'children have returned to the
Ginsberg, treasurer. Plans for a 'city from a vacation in the north.
skating party September 20th
have been completed. M s,muel Aronoriti returned
tSvlc
ane
BEAUTY
TREATMENTS
city from their vacation spent Roland Schindler. son of Mr. and t0 the clty L
Mrs. Sam Schindler of 5990 N. E. whfre, she sp^nt ^..TT"
5th Court, will leave Saturday nd a,so vis,tcd ,n Be" Harbr'
for Gainesville, where he will
resume his law studies at the \ ...
University of Florida. Mr. Elry Stone will leave Sun-
day for Atlanta. Ga., for a two
Mrs. S. H. Palmer and daughter week's training period with the
Thursday evening Harriett left Thursday for Ath- United States government. Mr.
at thc home of Mr. ens, C,a.. where Harriett will en- Stone has a commission of cap-
tor the University of Georgia, itain in the Judge Advocate Gen-
Before returning to Miami Mrs. 'eral Department and has been
Palmer will visit with relatives ordered for training to the 4th
in Atlanta. Ga., Columbia. S. C. Corps Area Headquarters in At-
and Alexandria, Va. lanta.
Our patrons will be pleased to learn that the famous
Beauty Treatments of Marie Earle are now available
to them in Burdine's Beauty Salon. A skilled mem-
ber of Marie Earle's staff will be here permanently
to serve you. Phone 3-1141 for an appointment now!
BEAUTY SALON, THIRD FLOOR
visiting in New York and the
New England states.

Refugees and immigrants are
cordially invited to join a class
in advanced English conversa-
tion and American history which
meets every Thursday
at 8:30 p. m.
and Mrs. Schachno, 901 S. W.
13th Court. The class is con-
ducted by Mrs. Abraham A.
Kellner.

Mr. Bernard Frishberg will leave
Saturday for New York and oth-
er northern points where he will
visit for several weeks.

Mr. Sol Blumenkranz returned
to the city from Indianapolis,
Ind.. where he visited for the
summer.
...
Mrs. Henry Gabbe and daughters
Mary Lou and Rhona returned
from their summer vacation
spent visiting in Lancaster. Pa.

Mitt Shirley Bloom, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bloom, left
for Durham, N. C. where she will
enter Duke University as a
freshman.
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PAGE THREE
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
immigrants have come to the Y
office for advice and assistance
with reference to the same. The
Y is always glad of the oppor-
tunity to be of service to every-
one in the community and Mr.
Grossman, our executive direct-
or, long before this law went in-
to effect, received all details from
Washington and has studied I
them. He reports that he has |
assisted many immigrants in fill- ;
ing out their registration forms.
BOAT RIDE SEPTEMBER 15 'cause luncheons and rallies are [We. therefore, urge all unnatur-I
AH In in readiness for the Y Plann<'d daily during the course lalized citizens who may be af-
. a ? i,rhold4nrHvSet. '"' the campaign. More details fected by this registration law1
boatnde to be held Sunday. Sep- to go to the Post Office immedi-
tcmbcr 15th at 8:30 o clock on aU,ly and registlT If
the S. S. Biscaync. There are a; LOOKING FOR A JOB? I sistance is desired, the Y will
few tickets that may still be had ( jOS(.ph A. Berman. director of be glad to offer same
if due diligence is used in mak- [vocational guidance at the Y will
ing reservations. Your scribe, bv at tne Y every Thursday eve- JUNIOR DIVISION
who is chairman of the commit-|nmg al which time he will be Nomination of officers of this
tee, is glad to inform you that a siad U) interview applicants for division was held last Monday
fine orchestra has been engaged ,.mplovmcnt. If you want a job evening. Election will be held
for dancing and refreshments ]nl- wnjch you are suited, come Monday evening, September ltj.
will be available. In general, a and see Mr. Berman because we v ur a Mr,xrc
good tune will certainly be had nave many caus ln,m employers
noon. This project is for paid
up members only.
Y. W. H. A. Bowling League
The following are the individ-
ual averages as of Monday. Sep-
tember 9th:
Player Avg.
Rose Hurwitz 81
Sylvia Abrams ....................78
Jeannette Rosenthal ........76
Pearl Reisman .........
Ann Chester ............
Sylvia Steinberg .
Toby Kesser
72
.72
70
69
69
68
66
For the Finest in
STRICTLY KOSHER
Meats & Poultry
PHONE 2-4994
MALEK'S
1832 S. W. Eighth St.
by all those who are fortunate
enough to have tickets. Don't
delay, call the Y today. You may
still be the lucky one.
JOFFE RECEPTION
One of the most outstanding
affairs of its kind ever held at
the Y took place last Sunday-
evening when the Y. M. and Y. I
W. H. A. tendered a reception to
Mr. Isaac Joffe, newly elected
executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and
Mrs. Joffe. The auditorium was
filled to capacity and the out-
standing leaders of Miami Jewry
were present to add their good
wishes and congratulations to
the new Miamians.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, opened the meeting.
This was followed by an ad-
dress of welcome by Dr. Samuel
Beckman, president of the Y.
Mr. Grossman then introduced
Mr. Leo Robinson, member of
the Y board of directors, and
treasurer of the Federation, who
acted as master of ceremonies
for the evening. Mr. Robinson
then presented Messrs. E. Albert
Pallot, Elry Stone, Isaac Levin,
M. J. Kopelowitz. Rabbi Shapiro.
Mr. D. J. Apte, vice-president
of the Federation, introduced the
guest of the evening, Mr. Joffe,
who made the principal address,
urged all those present to co-
operate with him in making the
Federation a success.
One of the outstanding feat-
ures of the evening was the vocal
selections by the Phermaja En-
semble. This chorus is com-
posed of 20 mixed voices and is
trained by Mr. J. N. Gibbs and
directed by Mr. Errol Crawford.
They sang many operatic and
semi-classical selections. At the
Julie Spector
H. Berkowitz
L. Margolis .
W. Mackauf
Sam Beckman
Leroy Feldman
Irving Querido
Leo Lipowsky
Izzy Mayers .
Murray Apte
G. Goldsmith
Nat Blumberg
conclusion of the evening, re- Jack Apte
freshments were served by host-
esses of the Y. W. H. A.
who are a'nxious to find suitable I Another step forward in the
persons to fill positions. Please progress of this fine organiza-
do not delay. tion has been made with the an-
nouncement that through the
ALIEN REGISTRATION courtesy of the Dade County
Since the new alien reglstra- I school system, arts and crafts
tion laws went into effect, many I classes for adult (women will
---------------------------------------------] take place at the Y within the
w m> u > on.iMiHririiriirl|,l'xl two weeks. Mrs. Lieber-
Y. M. H. A. BOWLING LEAGUE man and Mr Grossman have
The team standings for the bcen busy f(jr thc past weck
Florence Hacker
Sarah Shenkman
Ruth Spector
Iris Blumberg ... 65 ;
Flo Apte 63
Rosemond Scheer 62
Lena Weiner 61
Ada Apte 61
Thelma Silberstein 59
Hilda Markowitz 56
Esther Isenberg 56
Sarah Shochet 56
:: ie Schaffer 55
Alice Spector 54
Mrs. Argintar **
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone havlne articles of
cluihiiiK. furniture, etc. that
are not beinE used or needed,
please cooperate with the La-
dles Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare llureau, and send
these articles to the RUM-
MAGE STORE maintained by
them.
If You Cannot Bring These
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 167 N. W. 5th St.
Please Phone
Mrs. L. J. Hartz, 2-7135
Mrs. Morris Dubler, 5-3517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4269
Jewish Welfare Office. 3-5377
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 21864
and they will be called for
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
fourteenth week follows:
Team Won
Supermen ............... 32
Silverstreaks 22
Bombers .......... 20
Rangers 19
Demons .........................17
Blackies 16
High game, Joe Berman
High set, Al Reisman .....
High team set, Supermen
Individual Scoring
Player
Sam Seitlin
Sam Tendrich
Hal Levinson .
Al Bergowitz
Al Reisman ....
Murray Streit
Abe Berkowitz
Harry Schwartz
Abe Weiner .
Louis Spector
H. Waitsman
Sol Levin
Abe Silver ....
Joe Berman ........ 27
28
36
5
42
18
42
22
11
7
42
38
31
31
P. Silverman ..
Pete Garvett ...
Jules Wilson
D. Rosenthal
W. Liberoff
Frank Rose
Harry Kamins
Marvin Rubin
Lost
10
22
22
23
25
26
150
352
1508
making arrangements for such
a class. No experience is nec-
essary. This class is sponsored
by the Dade County school sys-
tem and all women interested
please communicate with Mrs,
Lieberman or Mr. Grossman.
Classes will be held in the after-
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Mr. Joseph A. Berman. one of
the co-chairmen of the recently
appointed membership campaign
and Maurice Grossman, execu- ,
tive director, announce that the j Marvin Apte
date for the membership drive B. Schweitzer
has been tentatively set for a ten Geo Davis
day period beginning November Al Dubler
4th. Verv elaborate plans are Geo. Wolpert
being marie for this campaign. It I Lou Satan t'
will be conducted in the same M. Friedman lb
manner of the Federation Drive Mike Adler i
and all Jewish organizations are Mickey Lubel J
urged to cooperate with the Y by A. Freilich 6
not having any affairs during M. Kronberg 2
the period of the Y campaign be- O. Argintar ....._8

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1940
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FRED K. SHOCHET
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Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930 at the Post
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1940
VOLUME 13 NUMBER 37
PLAIN TALK)
BEARDS
By Al Segal
MUSHROOM SYNAGOGUES
Again at this time of the year we are once more plagued
with MUSHROOM synagogues. Reading our files of past years
we find this annual occurrence one to which the Jewish Com-
munity is becoming impervious. Let alone the fact that the ma-
jority of our Jewish citizenry lies dormant the entire year, with
the exception of the High Holy-days with regards to their re-
ligious institutions, but their sanction by their silence and by
their patronage to these purely mercenary individuals and
commercial enterprises is proving a grave mistake and one
that soon will provoke a serious aspect.
The Jewish people, long respected for their sincerity of re-
ligion to to which it owes its existence, has reached that stage
where any and all of its actions are viewed with a magnifying
glass Again as we approach the Holiday season we are
forced to reiterate statements previously made and repeated
many times.
A hall, a store, a hotel lobby, finds itself converted into a
house of worship for the holiest three days of the year.
Cannot these profiteers understand that a line must be
drawn as to how far they can go in the battle for the Almighty
dollarAre they not faced daily with present conditions and
circumstances that are horrible? Do they not realize that by their
acts end deeds they alone are not judged, but also the Jewish
people as a whole? Do they not realize the thoughts created in
the minds of non-Jews, that members of our own faith should so
commercialize that which is so sacred to them? What could
the resultant opinion of anyone be when he sees crude flashy
signs stretched across these places and blatant advertisements
in daily papers, all claiming support for these "Three Day"
synagogues.
It is too bad that established and legitimate synagogues
today subsist by the methods they must resort to to keep their
doors open. There is a feeling of repugnance that cannot be
dispelled when we go to pray and have to endure the auc-
tioning of Aliyohs and honors and everlasting appeals. Yet,
this practice cannot be condemned nor nothing can be said
beause the present lagging of Judaism and Synagogue sup-
port necessitates this action. But definitely, are we compen-
sated for this unpleasantness by having at our beck and call
the services of qualified spiritual leaders every day in the
year. We have a place 'o worship, Sunday Schools and Tal-
mud Torahs for our children. Pray tell us what these Mush-
room Synagogues have to offer?
The flimsy excuses offered by those responsible are easily
disproved. The seating capacity of the legitimate synagogues
in the city and on the Beach is ample for all who desire to at-
tend services with the capacity greatly increased. And last
year there were many seats left empty.
It is imperative that the community boycott these irrespon-
sible commercial overnight enterprises and by this action doom
to failure this evil practice of "going into business" for three
days "with the Lord as a Partner."
In our town there occurred re-
cently the national convention of
the Agudath Israel, the organi-
zation that has to do with pre-
serving ultra-Orthodoxy.
Some of our people were em-
barrassed by the large number
of rabbis with long coats and
long beards who were going
about town. Some of them wore
the satin, padded coats and the
wide fur-trimmed hats of the
chassidic persuasion. There was
special distress in our commun-
ity because one of the daily pa-
pers printed the picture of a
large group of these bearded
rabbisa veritable forest ol
beards, some thought '
It was asked: "What will peo-
ple say when they look at this?
Is such an exhibition good for
us? No. it isn't good for us."
I confess that I myself don't
like beards. So deeply did I
[eel en the matter of tins,'
beards, especially because of
their implications when seen en
Jewish faces, that I was on the
point of issuing an appeal to the
visiting clerg) 'Reverend sirs.
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BIRON)
FROM FOREIGN PARTS
If Nazi bombers feel that they must do some damage in
London, why don't they concentrate on 93 Chancery Lane, W.
C. 2, the home of the militatnt "Christian Patriots," who publish
anti-Semitic literature for distribution throughout the colonies of
the British Empire? Good news for the kiddies is the rumor
that the Nazi occupation of Norway will cause a considerable
shortage of Cod Liver oil this season The Berliner Illus-
trierte Zeitung has published an elaborate illustrated supple-
ment, printed on excellent paper in fair English, for U. S. con-
sumption The supplement in that issuewhich, incidental-
ly, reach a new high in technical achievementare designed
to prove that the Germans are the world's most fearless fighters
and make the most gentlemanly army of occupation of con-
quered lands in history The illness of Pinchas Rutenberg,
which forced him to resign as the head of the Jewish National
Council in Palestine, comes at a most inopportune moment
... He is one of the few personalities in the Jewish Homeland
who could achieve unity among the too many political parties
there. .
NOW IT CAN BE TOLD
Jean Giraudoux head of the French Information Bureau
while France was still at war, believed in Hitler's racial the-
ories When the last French war cabinet discussed sur-
be so good as to remove your I render and Georges Mandel, the only Jewish member of the
ministry, insisted on fighting on, Jean Ybargegaray. who repre-
sented the Fascist Croix de Feu, jumped up and shrieked: "Of
course YOU have special reasons to keep on fighting .
: Hitler would never make peace with YOU" That was Mr.
: Ybernegaray's revenge for Mandel's having thrown some of
his Fascist colleagues into prison Strange though it may
seem, an isolated case of German humor does occasionally
come out of France There is, for example, a poster that's
plastered all over the occupied territory, with the caption "We
1 missed the bus because we used parachutes" The poster
shows a German parachutist dangling on the Eiffel tower .
beards during your stay in our
city. The non-Jewish public is
against beards and you will do
a great service to Israel in our
city it you took yours off. Our
Jewish people feel that beards
are un-American."
Doubtless the rabbis would
have protested. Who was I to
repeal an ordination that was I
tablished in the Torah Beards,
they would have told me. contain
more or less sacred connotations.
I should as soon invite them to
mass in St. Peter's Cathedral as
to ask them to remove their
beards. It was the same kind
of affront.
"But gentlemen." I would
have argued, "a lot of our peo-
feel dreadfully upset en ac-
count of your beards. They say
your beards make for anti-Sem-
itism. It is like an evil fruit
YOU SHOULD KNOW
of Israel. Many times in olden
times they gave up their lives
Can you not for Israel's sake sac-
rifice your beards for the period
you are in our city.""
as Roosevelt"
Some Jewish organization should check on the charge,
made by Arthur Settel in the Protestant Digest, that there is in
this country a group still actively circulating the "Protocols of
the Elders of Zion" The head of the group is reported to
be none other than W. J. Cameron, who holds the important and
well-paid post of public relations counsel to Henry Ford .
growing out of your beards, you I The Nazi-loving papers here, which were all set to support
might say. Remember, gentle- Willkie, felt hit over the head when the Republican nominee
men. Jews have given up much ,. .. ,. B r.,.
more than beards for the sake disowned the support of the Bund element in this country .
In a quandary because, while they don't like Willkie any more
they still hate Mr. Roosevelt with all their might, one paper, after
much sweating and deep thought, found the formula ... It
runs something like this: "We don't like what Willkie says, but
Finally the wisest one among we're sure that, being of German stock, he can't be quite as bad
them surely would have said:
"All right then. Mr. Segal. I'll re-
move my beard. It's the lease a
man can do for afflicted Israel
in your city. God will forgive
me. knowing as He does, that I
have done it for the happiness
of Israel in your community. I I
shall go and submit myself to
the barber. Lo! My entire
countenance will be nakedly ex- i
posed to the sight of men and my
board will no longer give offense
to any Jew or non-Jew."
"That's the idea, reverend sir! I
It's all a matter of being pleas- |
ing. We must please everybody
and then everything will be all .
right between us."
"But, Mr. Segal, I must con-1
fess something. It's between you
and me. That's understood isn't
it?"
SCREEN DEPARTMENT
"Yes, perfectly!"
"I shall tell you: I have a wart
on my cheek! When my beard
has been cut away this wart will
be discovered."
"But rabbi! What's a wart? A
lot of people have warts. A
wart's nothing to worry about."
"Yes, my friend, but you don't
understand! Mine is a Jewish
wart! That makes a big differ-
ence. Millions of people have
warts which are tolerated. But
consider: Will they tolerate my
wart when it is exposed Remem-
ber it is a Jewish wart. The anti-
Semites will say: 'He can't fool
us. His Jewish beard is off but
look at the Jewish wart on him.
We are against Jewish warts the
same as we are against Jewish
beards."
"So you see, my dear Mr. Se-
gal, it would be a vain sacrifice
of a beard. I should delight to
do anything I could for the hap-
piness of the Jewish people of
your city but what's the good if
a Jewish beard is removed only
to expose a Jewish wart?"
We wish Walter Wanger would heed Sidney Skolsky's
plea to remove horn his picture "Foreign Correspondent" a se-
quence that spoils the whole film We refer to the glorifi-
cation of a confessed fifth columner who, after having betrayed
his country, is permitted to die a hero's death When this
happens the foreign correspondent is heard to say: "I don't care
how he livedhe died like a hero" Such nonsense should
not be allowed even for the sake of a movie thrill Would
Mr. Hays permit such dialogue in reference to a gangster and
a confessed murderer? Hollywood is making a great many
anti-Nazi films these daysbut certain producers, still con-
vinced that business comes first, are negotiating with the Nazis
for permission to exhibit American pictures in Nazi-occupied
lands. .
THIS AND THAT
The original John D. Rockefeller was regarded as an eccen-
tric because he distributed dime tips only, but the members of
the Rothschild family went him one better when they arrived
in this country, tipping only a nickel at a time in the classiest
places They changed their ways after embarrassed
friends called their attention to the fact that American waiters
don't buy their groceries with French currency Cinderella
won't have a thing on the patrons of Ohrbach's Department
Store, down on New York's Fourteenth Street, pretty soon .
Ohrbach's is planning to introduce an all-glass slipperwith a
pyrex heel, if you want to know From Ohio comes word
that a new ice cream specialty is being featured in a number
of little towns It's advertised as a "Hitler Sundaehalf
nuts* ... A lady of our acquaintance, who spent most of last
winter knitting sweaters for French soldiers, was horrified the
other day to receive a note horn Germany, saying: "Der Fuehrer
thanks you for your kind efforts in our behalf." .

JEWISH NEWS
The formation of a Jewish "civil service" organization,
which would include the employes of all important Jewish or-
ganizations and provide for them some sort of security in their
i j? n, TU Under Way Now that the American Jewish
After considering the matter! Press Club seems to be on the road to being firmly established,
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B'nai B'rith

Notes
By HAROLD TURK
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTS
Our regular meeting held
Tuesday night at the Alcazar
Hotel was a very unusual one
and for the following reasons:
Our President, Brother Abbott
was not present at the meeting
(being on a much deserved va-
cation in New York), the men
and women met together and a
large attendance of A. Z. A.
boys were present.
Brother Abe Aronovitz, pinch
hitting for Brother Abbott, was
a capable substitute, and con-
cl much towards making
the meeting enjoyable.
s cial i-ecognition is due
i rs J. A. Berman, Nathan
an, Lou Heiman and Sam
Silv< r, who an- in charge of the
A. Z. A. boys, for the
job they have done in
. tal lishing and developing the
two A. Z. A. chapters, one in
town and the other at the Beach
. and to Brother Milton
Friedman who has been state
chairman of A. Z. A. for some
i'l who recently was re-
elected state chairman for the
lg year at the recent state
ntion ... it was very
moving to observe how proud
Brothi r Adelman is of the pro-
gress thai the A. Z. A. boys are
making. His sincerity and hard
work must be inspiring to the
and we trust that lie will
continue to work with them .
Brother Berman. who has been
doing .! great deal of work in
vocational guidance as well as
othi i fields of activity in our
Lodge and who was recently ap-
d chairman of the state
vocational guidance committee,
was > perfeel master of cere-
monies for the program that
the A. Z. A. boys presented at
the meeting (perhaps Brother
!' an missed his vocation).
It v very gratifying to re-
alize that B'nai B'rith has fin-
ally realized the duties it owes
to the A. Z. A. boys and that
we are actually starting to do
something for them those
of you who attended the meet-
ing" and witnessed the program
the A. Z. A. boys presented will
agree with me that they are a
splendid group of boys of which
we should be proud to be the
sponsors ... I have arranged for
representatives of both chapters
to take over this column next
week and they will tell you more
about A. Z. A., its program, and
what they hope to do.

I have been informed that the
Americanization committee of
our Lodge has arranged with
the local chapter of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Wom-
en to cooperate and work to-
gether with their local office
which handles Americanization,
naturalization and alien regis-
tration work.
The Council has done extraor-
dinary work for many years
through its loeal office and due
to present conditions and recent
legislation, the Council has
found their present space inad-
equate to handle all their work.
Tii. y are. therefore, moving
from their offices at 50ii Con-
(CONTINUED FROM PACE 4)
it may not hurt to reveal that
about ten years ago Joe Brainin
incorporated the American Jew-
ish Press Association for exactly
the same purpose, but then de-
cided that it was a premature
undertaking The well-known
artist Elias M. Grossman has
made some fine reproductions of
his splendid portrait of the late
Vladimir Jabotinsky. and is sell-
ing them at the cost price of ten
dollars You can order your
copy from the Jabotinsky Por-
trait Committee at 1123 Broad-
way. New York .
THE LAST ACT
Walter Hasenclever, the witty
ami gifted dramatist, rang down
the curtain over his own last act
tly ... He had been living
in France, and when the Nazis
marched in he tried to escape to
Spain When Spain refused to
let him m. he hanged himself in
the waiting room of the border-
gress Building to larger head- town railroad station Hasen-
clever. in case yen don't remem-
ber, was in pre-Hitler days one
of the most successful and sought
after dramatists in Germany .
He was regarded as sure-fire
box office, a sort of one-man
combination of George S. Kauf-
man, Eugene O'Neill and Will-
iam Saroyan. .
ABOUT PEOPLE
It does one's heart good to
know that Albert Bassermann.
the German actor, well on in his
seventies, who fled Hitlerland
because he couldn't stomach the
Nazis, and who when he arrived
in the U. S. couldn't speak a
word of English, will soon be
starred in his own right by Hol-
lywood His performance as
Professor Koch in "Dr. Ehrlich's
Magic Bullet'- and as the Dutch
statesman in "Foreign Corres-
pondent" is considered tops .
Don't be surprised if he gets the
Academy award for the best sup-
porting role of the year ... It
now seems definite, incidentally,
that Luise Rainer is Hollywood-
bound again, and we do wish her
luck with her new picture .
A reader wants us to tell you
that Morris E. Adelstein of Ra-
jpid City, South Dakota, is the
1 president of the Northwestern
Engineering Company, which
has just completed two sections
oT the famous Pennsylvania
; Turnpike The Mexican paint-
er, Diego Rivera, who for a time
(was the late Leon Trotzky's host,
isn't so sure that the Trotzky as-
sassins haven't him on their list
too ... At least, they say that
Rivera, who's now painting a
mural in Sati Francisco, keeps a
couple of pistols on the scaffold-
ing beside him at all times. .
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1940
OBSERVE THE
HOLY DAYS
within our beautilul
New Synagogue
Clean. Modern,
Well Ventilated.
Good Acoustics
Cantor
Bernard Eichenbaum
Will Chant Services
at the
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ROSH HASHONAH
Beginning Evening of
October 2nd
YOM KIPPUR
Beginning Evening of
October 11th
r
Resolutions Adopted At
| B'nai B'rith Conference j
PLAIN TALK
Rabbi A. A. Kellner
Will Preach Throughout
the Holidays
MAKE YOUR
RESERVATIONS EARLY
At the Synagogue
598 S. W. 17th Avenue
or with
H. M. Drevich
6 S. W. 2nd Avenue
HI
Watch For the Opening of
LUNDY'S KOSHER
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Complete Line of Kosher Meats.
Groceries, Delicatessen and
Dairy Products
The important resolutions
adopted at the convention of
Florida Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodges held September
1st and 2nd, include:
". that apart of such available
monies as in the opinion of the
District is proper from District
funds allocated for that purpose
should be immediately and def-
initely allocated to the State of
Florida for use in State A. Z. A.
work within the State of Flor-
ida."
". that the per capita tax as-
sessment shall be based on the
standing of each respective lodge
as oi December 31st of each year
and shall be paid on or befon
the dale of tne Convention in
order for any lodge to paiiici-
pato in the annual Convention
of tlie Federation."
". that a conference of aux-
iliaries convene simultaneously
and at all subsequent conven-
tions of the State of Florida, and
this body shall stand organized
as an Auxiliary of the Feder-
ation."
". that the Florida Federation
of B'nai B'rith as part of its
service to youth and to the for-
eign born, send ten students to
the National Youth Administra-
tion camps in Florida."
, ". that the Florida Federation
of B'nai B'rith have a represen-
tative from each respective
lodge on the resettiemeni com-
mittee in each city where there
is a B'nai B'rith lodge."
'". that a committee be ap-
pointed by the President con-
sisting of six former students
from Tampa, Jacksonville, Tal-
lahassee, Orlando. St. Augustine,
and Miami to act as a coordinat-
ing committee for B'nai B'rith
activities at the University of
1 Florida."
". that there shall be a com-
mittee known as the program
i committee, consisting of a chair-
, man who shall be the President
] of the Florida Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges, and the ex-
ecutive board, who shall be re-
j sponsible to the Federation and :
, its subordinate lodges for a suit-
i able program and the execution
.thereof during this administra-
i tion."
". that each respective lodge
appoint a local refugee and
Americanization Committee
which shall always have the ad-
vice and cooperation of the !
State Federation."
". that we do thereby endorse
and support every action under-
taken by the leadership of our
President of the United States
and our Congress in its program
of national preparedness and de- .
fense including conscription of
man power as well as national
wealth and industry."
". that every B'nai B'rith !
member shall insist on eligible :
sons belonging to the A. Z. A."
". that each A. Z. A. chapter in
Florida be invited to send one
! non-voting delegate to the B'nai
B'rith State Convention."
". that this Convention does
hereby give its complete en-
dorsement to the program of na-
tional preparedness being under-
taken by the United States gov-
ernment, and does further en-
dorse the organization of Home
Guard Units in the several
communities in Florida."
". that the convention ap-
prove the splendid work done by
Kabbi Max Eichhom for the
Jewish students at the Univer-
sity of Florida. Gainesville.
Florida, and the Florida Slate
College for Women at Tallahas-
see."
". that Dr. Eichhom be re-
elected lor a period of one
year ."
". that this convention go on
record as favoring that on and
after September l. 1941 Dr.
Eichhorn or any other director
that the Federation may engage
in the future shall devote his
full time to the Jewish students
at the University of Florida and
the Florida State College of Wo-
men and that the funds avail-
able to engage a director for this
exclusive position be raised by
the Federation, besides serving
as Chaplain at the Federal Peni-
tentiary at Tallahassee, Flor-
ida."
". that the convention approve
the granting of funds to the
Hillel Society at Gainesville,
Florida during the past term in
the sum of $664,92 and that the
convention approve the granting
of funds to the Hillel Society for
the following year in a sum not
exceeding SI,000. the funds to be
spent at the discretion of the
Hillel Society and approved by
Dr. Eichhorn."
". that the women's auxiliar-
ies of the B'nai B'rith through-
out the State be requested to use
their best efforts to raise money
for the Students Union work and
the Hille! Society.
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in the light of this wisdom 1
decided to drop the idea of per-
suading the rabbis to take off
their beards while in our city. I
tolerated them the whole week
they were in town. Through the
unimpeded view that my own
clean-shaven face offers my eyes.
I could see that they had a
: unique idea. _
It had to do with God and on
I account of Him they were having
; this meeting. There hadn't been
any big meetings for God's sake.
Jewish conventions have had to
do more with Hitler and what to
make of him and other anti-
Semites. In Jewish life God
hadn't been of late the old Com-
forter who healed the pain of the
fathers, In some sections of Jew-
ish life, as in a large area of non-
Jewish life. God had become an
antiquity foreign to a stream-
j lined age.
But these bearded people had
[come to our city with the idea
that God is ultimately of far
greater importance in the affairs
of the world than Hitler. Hitler
was an evil phase: they weren't
troubled as much about him as
about the status of God in the
world.
They were particularly dis-
tressed because people have been
inquiring, "Where is God? This
God of justice about whom we
were taught? The God of mercy
of whom it was written that he
sustained the living with loving
kindness and healed the sick and
quickened the dead? Where is
he?"
These questionings suggested
that God was no longer in the
hearts of many men and that the
ancient faith no longer was a
hot flame to keep their souls
warm in adversity. If God was
no longer in their hearts, then
Hitler had won a great victory
greater than the conquest of
France and Belgium. Holland.
Norway and Denwark. He had
caused men to lose their faith in
God and to give their fearful
reverence to the power of Stu-
kas. tanks and bombs. Hitler
had dethroned God.
And if God was not in the
hearts of men what became of
compassion and justice, or right-
eousness and loving-kindness?
These lights gone. Hitler will
have wrought a complete devas-
tation.
These meditations oppressed
the souls of the rabbis who had
come to our city to do something
about restoring God. They knew
him well from old as the one to
whom a thousands years were as
a day. The current moment was
but a wink of God's eye and the
day's events were of no more
than an evil dream that passes
in the darkness. In their eyes
the only reality was the ever-
living God.
If many Jews pointed scorn-
fully to their beards these rabbis
looked sadly at the- hearts of
Jews. I had to confess that what
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BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Ulanii'a Pioneer Congregation)
"
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1323
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 5-2013
945 Euclid Avenue
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SMAHIHU, Habbl
498 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
Synagogue Services
Services arc held thrice daily
in our synagogue every day in
the year.
Shachriss daily at 8:00 a. m.;
Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Mincha daily at ti:0 p. m.;
Friday and Saturday at 6:00 p.
m.
Shalosh S'oodos Saturday at
6:15 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff
will speak on "The Portion of
the Week."
Maariv daily at 6:45 p. m.;
Saturday at 7:00 p. m.
Daily Services
Morning at 7:30 and evening
at 6:30.
Sabbath Services: Friday at
6:30 p. m. and Saturday at 8:30
p. m.
Daily Hebrew School: 9 to 12
la. m.
Sunday morning services at 8
o'clock.
Evening services at 6:15.
Hebrew classes from 3:15 to
6:15.
High Holy Days Arrangements
The seating committee of Beth
David is in readiness for the
Bar Mitzva salc of seats for lhc High Holy
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levin, of Davs MrvlM. We urge our
the President Hotel, invite their members and friends to purchase
many friends to attend the Bar their seats at once n order to
Mitzva service for their son, eliminate any dissatisfaction. A
Seymour, to be held this Satur- choir consisting of ten voices
day morning, in our new yna- will assist the cantor in the
gogue building. The Rabbi will chanting of the additional ren-
instruct the Bar Mitzva after his dition of beautiful compositions
address. Refreshments will be during the services. The choir
served after the service. ad ^ cantor p WI *"*
Holy Day Seat Reservations "Shchos night. Further men-
Beginning this Sunday eve-1 "on wil I be made nex
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon,
whose marriage will take place
this coming Sunday will be
called to the Torah as is cus-
tomary, and unfortunately over-
looked by many grooms. This
"Aufrufenesh" characterizes the
attitude that the groom will as-
sume towards his God and peo-
ple. We extend to Mr. Irving
Gordon and his bride our "Ma-
jzel Tov" and pray that the Al-
mighty grant them deserving
matrimonial happiness.
At 9:15 a. m. this Saturday.
Jack, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Brown will become "Bar
Mitzvah." Jack will chant the
"Haftoro" and present his
charge. We wish Mr. and Mrs.
Brown great "Nachas" from
their son and may he indeed
grow up, "Li-Chupah L"Masim
Tovim."
Radio
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the Radio Hour over
WIOD this Sunday afternoon
(from 3 to 3:30. Cantor Joseph
Malek with the Beth David
Choir, who will chant the ser-
vices this coming High Holy
I Days, will be heard over the
radio rendering appropriate High
Holy Day numbers.
Our guest speaker will be Mr.
Isaac Joffe. executive director
j of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. He will speak on
Ithe subject, "Faith in a Faith-
less World."
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
Rabbi's Residence:
919 South West 13th Court
Phone 3-5192
Schedule of Services
Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45
p. m.
Friday evening services: 5:30
p. m.
Shabbes: 9:00 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m.
Shalush Sudcs: 5:15 p. m.
I TEMPLE ISRAEL
ning a committee will sit at the
synagogue every evening for
the reservation of seats for the
High Holy Day services which ,
begin this year on Wednesday
evening, October 2nd.
No reservations will be made
by phone. Members will be
given preference in all seat res-
ervations. An early call is to
your benefit.
Junior Services
The boys and girls will con-
duct their own services in the
auditorium during the High
Holy Days. We urge parents
to send their children to these
special services which have been
in progress for the past seven
years. A committee headed by
Harold Shapiro will explain the
details when you come to pur-
Serv.ces will be held in both \ chase your tickets.
r, *. A courtesy discount of 10,..
our buddings. Reservations for wuitwj
i_ i u :ui.. u will be given to all members,
seats in the school building be-iw" .B .u ; ,u i
. ,i tlm. with a fervent hope that in the
gin at the same time. ^^ ^ ghal, fee ab]e tQ
Our Choir extend courtesy tickets without
An outstanding choir has been | charge to all members.
CANTOR
BERNARD EICHENBAUM
who has been engaged by Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
to officiate during the High
Holidays, and who is well and
favorably known in cantorial
circles.
engaged for these High Holy
Days. It is under the direction
of A. Louis Mechlowitz and our
cantor. They will be heard ov-
er radio station WIOD a week
from Sunday, on Rabbi Meschel-
off "s radio program at 3:00 p. m.
Talmud Torah
It is indeed inspiring to see
the constant daily registration at
our Talmud Torah. Classes be-
ginning this Monday will be
held in the afternoon from 3:15
to 6:15. Parents who have not
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We remind you to listen in for a yet contacted the office and
musical treat.
Religious School
Our school is open every
week in the year, winter and
summer. Registration for the
new semester in all classes of
our religious school will begin
this coming Monday between 4
and 7 p. m. All children, wheth-
er now attending, having attend-
ed in the past, or new regis-
trants will be required to reg-
ister at this time. A small reg-
istration fee is required annu-
ally of all children of parents
who are not members of the
Beth Jacob.
Our new curiculum has been
prepared by the Rabbi and fac-
ulty, which will offer a thor-
ough, five year course of Jewish
education. The subjects are tra-
ditional and many; the methods
of teaching are most modern
and appealing: the classrooms
and their facilities are of the
very best.
The Rabbi will be at the
school office each weekday af-
ternoon to meet parents, and dis-
whose children are registered
already are asked to do so at
once.
Sabbath Services
During the services this Satur-
day morning, Irving Gordon, the
CONGREGATION
JACOB JOSEPH
cuss the educational problems
of their children.
We recommend most earnestly
the registration of all Jewish
children between the ages of 6
and 14 this coming Monday af-
ternoon or during the week.
This will mean that the children
will begin the year's work at
the beginning of the semester,
which will make the work much
easier for them and the teach-
ers.
Refuah Shlaymo
Our best wishes for a full and
speedy recovery to Mr. J. Mil-
ler, Mr. I. Miller, and all others
who are ill in our community.
Condolences
Our deepest sympathies go out
to the family and friends of the
late Sarah Stevens on their be-
reavement May God console
them in the grief at their loss.
Seats for the High Holidays
at the new synagogue of the
Congregation Jacob Joseph, 1415
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach,
may be obtained from the seat-
ing committee who will be at
the synagogue every day from
9 to 11 a. m. and 5 to 10 p. m.
Services will be conducted by
a well-known cantor and
speeches will be delivered in
Jewish and English.
The Southeastern Conlerence of
the Workmen's. Circle was held
during the first week in Septem-
ber at the Victor Hotel at which
time many resolutions were
adopted, among which was to
back Franklin Delano Roosevelt
for a third term. At the ban-
quet held Monday. September
2nd, $500 was raised for the
Jewish Labor committee. The
report of the Miami delegate
will be given at a local branch
meeting in the near future.

Mrs. Anna Pritzker has returned
from the north where she visit-
led for ten weeks with relatives
and friends.
Cantor Eichenbaum Engaged
The congregation is pleased to
announce that Cantor Bernard
Eichenbaum has been engaged
to officiate during the high
holidays. Cantor Eichenbaum is
a prominent singer and known
favorably in cantorial circles.
Previously he was cantor of the
Mount Vernon Hebrew Institute
and occupied several other not-
able positions. To assist him in
the services the Cantor will have
a choir of trained voices which
no doubt will enhance the beauty
of the services and lend addi-
tional glory to our beautiful
new synagogue.
Annual Picnic
The annual picnic of the La-
dies Auxiliary will be held Sun-
day. September 15th all day at
Hardies Casino. Ocean Drive at
1st Street. Miami Beach. As in
the past, the picnic will feature
delicious meals and refreshments
at most moderate prices. Ar-
rangements are made for games
and entertainment and the en-
tire proceeds go towards our
Talmud Torah fund. We most
heartily extend a sincere wel-
come to both young and old to
come and participate in this
worthy enterprise.
Seating Committee
Mr. H. M. Drevich, president,
heads the seating committee
which will be in the new syna-
gogue, 589 S. W. 17th Avenue.
Sunday morning between 10 and
11:30 o'clock and on week day
nights between 7:30 and 9:00
o'clock. Again we urge our
friends to come and make per-
sonally their reservations.
Talmud Torah
Commencing with Monday,
September 16th Talmud Torah
classes will be held daily be-
tween the hours of 3:30 and 6:30
p. m. Parents are urged to
bring their children without
delay and thus to enable them
to obtain the benefits of a full
year's instruction.
Habanoth
The two chapters of the Mi-
ami Chapter of Habanoth, the
Buds and the Girls of the Blue
and White will resume meet-
ings September 23 and 24.
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
jRADBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
I 6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
| Miami Beach
I RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
| Miami
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
Regular services at Temple Is-
rael this Friday evening at 8:15
o'clock. Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will conduct the services,
and the title of his sermon is
"Ethics in War."
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace
send peace, and comfort the be-
reaved among us."Talmud.
The memory of the following
will be consecrated at this Fri-
day's services:
Recently departed: Morris
Dannenberg, father of Mrs. Li-
onel Cassel: Ralph Neufeld. hus-
band, of Mrs. Blanche Neufeld;
Albert Bach, husband of Mrs.
Ruth Bach; Hyman Roth, father
of Mr. Nat Roth; Asa Hirsch,
father of Mrs. Joe Cohen; Na-
talia Cohen, sister of Mrs. H. I.
Homa.
Yahrzeits: N. A. Rosen, hus-
'band of Mrs. Carrie Rosen.
I Maurice L. Pastroff. husband of
I Mrs. Ann Pastroff; Jennie Nev-
lins, mother of Mr. Harry Nev-
!ins, Rachel Sprintz. mother of
Mr. Henry Sprintz; Mendel Koff-
ler. father of Mrs. Nathan Sper-
ling.
JUNIOR COUNCIL
NOTES
Council has at last found a
permanent home at the Revelin
Hotel. The inaugural meeting
at the Revelin Hotel was held
Tuesday. September 10th, and in
spite of the rain there were some
thirty members present.
The main business of the meet-
ing was the discussion of the
new quota system, which the
body passed at the recommenda-
tion of the board. The quota
system is a system that stipu-
lates qualifications for good
membership and will keep coun-
cil members busy during the
year planning individually and
collectively for the benefit of
the group.
A quiz program was then in-
troduced by Chairman Phil Ku-
perberg in which all present
participated and Miss Thelma
Rosenberg was the successful
contestant.
Council's formal opening
promises to be an interesting and
gala affair. Remember, its op-
en to the publican opportun-
ity for you all to meet us, as
well as for us to meet you.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1940
FEDERATION NOTES

by ISAAC JOFFE
Executive Director
time the budget committee, MALEK CHOSEN AS
chCaa?nlnby "rga?Sae" | BETH DA^ CANTOR
and will adopt the procedure to
The administrative board of
be followed in the campaign, as Beth David Congregation an-
well as the policy to be recom- nounces that Cantor Joseph Ma-
With the end of the vacation nlendd to the board of directors I iek has accepted the position of
season, the Greater Miami Jew- m connection with the allocation cantor, and will officiate at the
ish Federation is alreadv at work of funds to a11 of its many bcne- coming High Holiday services.
on plans for the forthcoming flclar>' agencies: local, regional. I CaHtor Malck_ known through.
land Miss Frances Ginsberg, ment to Great Britain. All mem-
knitting and sewing for the Red bers and friends are urged to
.Cross still continues at the Y cooperate by volunteering for
; building every day. All finished this worthy project which aids
articles are requested to be many. Yarn and material is fur-
turned in immediately for ship- nished.
1941 campaign of which Mr. M.
J. Kopelowitz is general chair-
man.
As the opening gun. President
Stanley C. Myers has called a
combined executive and budget
national, and overseas.
out entire Europe and the United
As in the past the budget com- States, has a very high standing
mittee will hold frequent meet- j among the musical critics
ings until the end of October, at throughout the world, and has
which meetings representatives been acclaimed by the musical
of the respective beneficancs are
invited to appear and assist the
committee meeting for Monday committee in its deliberations.
evening. September 16. at which From present indications, the
===^=r^= Jewish community of Gr. ater
Miami will be called upon to
contribute in an even larger
amount than last year, due to
the increased demands made up-
on us for many worthy causes,
both local, national and interna-
tional in scope.
Federation takes this oppor-
tunity of expressing its appreci- 1
ation to all those who assisted in |
the reception tendered Sunday I
evening. September 8, by the Y.
M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. to Mr.
Isaac Joffe. our newly elected
executive director, and Mrs.
Joffe.
Mr. Joffe has been invited by
BETH DAVID
Congregation
"Miami's Pioneer
Congregation"
Proudly Announces
HIGH HOLIDAY
SERVICES
will be conducted at
THE SYNAGOGUE
139 N. W. 3rd Avenue
By Rabbi
Max Shapiro
And Cantor
Joseph Malek
and Choir
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene.
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the continued co-operation of every croup in the community. Dates
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To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as
possible.
The Jewish Floridian. 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2.1141. which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time m
the matter of clearing dates.
CANTOR JOSEPH MALEK
world as having an outstanding
voice. During his career he has
Rabbi Max Shapiro to partici- ;sung in the ,eading citJes q( u_
pate in the Jewish Hour over rope and thc Umted Sutes such
station WIOD Sunday afternoon. | as Amsterdam. Holland: London
September 15. at 3:00 o'clock.
BETH DAVID CONG.
SELECTS SECRETARY
England; Rega. Russia; Buda-
pest. Hungary, and leading cities
in the United States such as New-
York City. Omaha. Nebraska,
and many others.
Cantor Malek writes many of
his own compositions and his j
career as a Chazan dates back i
to his childhood, and the great-
er portion of his lifetime has
been devoted to musical and tra-
JUNIOR SERVICES
at
BETH DAVID
TALMUD TORAH
Seats on Sale Now
At Office oi Synagogue
or
PHONE 2-1473
For Reservations
The administrative board of
Beth David Congregation has
announced the appointment of
Mr. Norman Weissman as act-
ing executive secretary of the
congregation.
Mr. Weissman. a resident of iditoinal Jewish songs and melo-
1 Miami for several years, is well I dies. He is a graduate of the
known throughout the business : Vienna Conservatory of Music,
circles of the city and has a wide With the appointment of Cha-
acquaintance and many friends. zan Malek the Beth David ad_
"In selecting Mr. Weissman for jministrative board announces
this position, the board carefully | that in conjunction with the
weighed all his qualifications cantor a choir consistlng of ten
and has done so with the full .beautiful, well trained voices
knowledge that within a short ,wil, aSsist him throughout the I
time he will become one of the 'holidays and Sabbaths,
leaders and active men in our -,
Jewish life." Mr Sidney Palm-!,. Th ,Comfm 7 '," 'T^ u I
er. president of the Congrega- J*. "le f SeaU fr *c Hlgh !
tion stated Holidays is now receiving reser-
vations and all those interested
'Mr. Weissman wishes to jn procuring seats can do so bv
stress that he is anxious and telephoning the secretarv of the
eager to cooperate with all mem- congregation, phone 2-1473. or
bers of the congregation at any calling in person at 139 N. W.
time and whenever his services Third Avenue
are needed he will be glad to
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. week In i)h- veai
s inday
riding
s .. : -. M 25th, 1941.
VERY Ml iNDAY MORNING- Tern.
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VERY MONDAY EVENINGY. W
II A. !"'
ECOND AND l-"i >URTH TUBS-
i >a VS of ai h month, reg liar mi et-
ing of Sholem Lodge B'nal H'rith.
VERY TUESDAY EVENING T.
W. II. A. All I at V Clubrooms.
VERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
SEPTEMBER
15Y. M. H. A. boat ride aboard
Yacht Biscayne.
15Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation,
all day picnic at Hardie's ca-
sino.
15Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation,
Evening of Games.
15M. B. Habonoth Meeting ev-
ery Monday night starting
this date.
17Freda Markowitz Post No.
174 J. W. V. and Auxiliary
Boat Ride, Seven Seas.
22Moving Picture Night at Y
clubrooms.
25Young Women's Hebrew As-
sociation regular meeting at
Y clubrooms.
25Nat'I. Coun. Jewish Women
Miami Section opening Fall
meeting. Board Meeting 10
a. m. followed by luncheon
and general meeting.
OCTOBER
5M. B. Mizrachi, Men and Wo-
men's Divisions, Opening
meeting.
13Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Yom
Kippur Dance.
14Sr. Hadassah all day Board
meeting at home of Mrs.
Samuel Simonoff. president.
20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Succoth Party.
20Pioneer Womens Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami. Dinner.
27Beth Jacob Religious School
Induction Exercises.
28Sr. Hadassah Installation
Brunch in Cromwell Hotel
Gardens.
30Nat'I. Council Jewish Worn-
Mian Bi I
Stu Grou i at tin- hon .
ii. Adier
EVERY WEDNESDAY Be
Gi "up from
r. M. ;.! Temple Israel \...
Red i Iron
EVERY THCRSI AY AFTERN
Y. w. H. A. Sew Inj
fit Re I <' "-.j al V <*lut>!u<>m>
EVERY THURSDAY EVEN S
B nal B'i Ith bo linn game* .
ami Reel eatlon i 'enter ~ :S0 i
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERN
The Splnoia Forum at ;i <
the lawn ol I >r Abraham w .
homi 1051 l 'olllna Ave .
Beach.
en Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noun
NOVEMBER
1And every Friday thereafter
through the month of April.
Nat'I. Council of Jewish Wo-
men Miami Section, general
meeting.
10Joint installation of Jewish
Welfare Bureau and Aux-
iliary.
10Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Cafeteria Supper.
24Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami. Literary evening.
24Beth David Sisterhood Barn
Dance and Fair.
26Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Membership Tea.
27Nat'I. Council Jewish Wom-
en Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon
27Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner
Dance at Hollywood Beach
Hotel.
28Junior Hadassah Annual
Thanksgiving Turkey Trot.
DECEMBER
4Nat'I. Council Jewish Wom-
en General Meeting 2pm
22A. Z. A. Sweetheart Dance
26M. B. Habanoth Chanukah
Entertainment.
28Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jey-
ish Orthodox Congregation.
28Beth Jacob Religious School
Chanukah Affair.
29M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh ;
29Pioneer Women's I
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami. Chanukah Latkeh
and Card Party.
29Beth David Sistl I Cha-
nukah Dinner.
I
render any possible assistance."
Mr. Palmer concluded.
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FORM NEW ATHLETIC CLASS
In addition to the regular
Tuesday evening class of ath-
S, a new morning class group
has been organized. Meetings
will be held Wednesday morn-
ings at 10 o'clock at the Y build-
ing, starting September 18 with
Mrs. Essie Schaffer in charge.
All members are invited to at-
tend.
BOOK CLUB
The Book of the Month Club
will meet Wednesday evening.
September 18 at the Y clubroom
and Mrs Max Dobrin will be the
guest speaker of the evening.
Your presence requested.
LIBRARY
Miss Frances Ginsberg is now
assisting Mrs. Joe! Belov in the
library work.
RED CROSS WORK
Under the direction and chair-
manship of Mrs. Gussie Wilson
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& %  a & Jewish Florid!iai in w COMB/W/VG Tlhe JIB wiish lUinmty H VOLUME 13—No. 37 HUNGARIAN JEWS IE IN All MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1940 PRICE 10 CENTS SLOVAKIA SPEEDS UP "ARYANIZATION" RUMANIA DECREE TS London (WNS)—The complete "aryanization" of Jewish enterprises and cstalr.--. in Slovakia was expected shortly with the London (WNS)— Scores of Jewannouncement that the Slovakish soldiers in the Hungarian arliin Parliament had given the my have committed suicide as a government authority to issue all ,' Rum:inia frnm .,„ phases of na result of the severe treatment necessary decrees. received at the hands of violentThe Nazi-controlled ly anti-Semitic officers, accordment hopes to effect the transing to advices reaching here. fer of Jewish-owned properties The Hungarian army, now in lo Gentiles within a few months, the process of demobilization Provisions have been made also since the easing of tension confor the -aryanization" of estates nected with the Hungarian-Ruwni <* passed from Gentile into tional life, the new pro-Nazi Rugoverni manian government issued a semanian dispute over TransyIvani Jcwlsh hands many years ago jtablish memberships of 400 in la. is rife with anti-Semitism. thr ough forced sales of unpaid Officers assign Jewish soldiers to taxt s or other debts, the most difficult tasks. The decree states that the preAnti-Semitism is rampant! vious owner or his Gentile heir among the privates, who frej ma y at anv timc in tne nex t six quently band together to perse,months regain possession of the cute their Jewish comrades. HunProperty by depositing with garian officers are lenient -in the "aryanization" officials 25 per disposition of these cases. Jew! cent of the original sale price ish soldiers returning from serand a five-year, five per cent vice report that they are served Promissory note for the balance, inferior food and are generally I l is not known what the Jews BILL TO BAR JEWS WINS FIRST TEST IN BOLIVIA La Paz. Bolivia (WNS)—The Chamber of Deputies lias approved the first reading of a bill j which would cancel all immigraLondon (WNS)-In another t ion permits granted to Jews, inmove to eliminate the Jews in jcluding those already granted. The bill was introduced by a grou pof "independent" deputies, who urged passage of the bill on the ground that the "Jews are an unhealthful element" because of their "selfish social, racial and moral principles." The proponents of the bill charged that more than 13,000 Jews had entered Bolivia since Hitler came into power in 1933. most of them allegedly having made false statements claiming farmer status. Mercade Rosales. former minister of agriculture, said that Bolivian consuls had issued immigration permits without checking the accuracy of the statements. During his attack on Jews Senor Mercade said that Jews IN LONDON IS HIT ins of decrees limiting the number of Synagogues. Jewish hospitals and schools. The decree stated that all Jewish communities must vacate synagogues unless they could 68the larger towns and 200 in the villages. The Jews will have to apply to the Ministry of Education for special permission to maintain each synagogue. Synagogues in communities which do not have the specified amount of Jewish families will pass into possession of the State which will use them for Chrismistreated. Meanwhile, it was learned, thousands of Jews of all ages have been drafted for compulI."""j i i_ • aland, sory labor. According to one report. 35.000 Jews, one-third of Budapest's male Jewish population, have been compelled to work on bridge and road-building projects throughout Hungary. tian churches. The same ruling applies to Jewish schools and hos! galned lm !" 'gration permits by will receive for their properties 'pitals. bribing Bolivian consuls. The but it was understood that the | Rumania merely acknowledgl bi came to lhe floor after cer amount will be all out of proportion with the actual value of the es the fact that the Jewish relig• t ain deputies said that Bolivian ion exists." the decree stated. K_!? gme \_. W e re protestin S could "not be determined immediLondon (WNS)—Great Britain's Jews were the hardest hit as wave after wave of Nazi bombing planes rained incendiary bombs on the heavily Jewish populated East End district of London in the fiercest aerial attack of the war. The Jewish quarter was virtually destroyed as Nazi raiders, estimated in some quarters as 2.000 planes, dropped their terrifying, death-dealing missiles in a night-long raid on apparently non-military objectives. An official government communique said that 400 persons were killed and between 1.300 and 1.400 were injured in the raid. Government spokesmen admitted that these figures were incomplete and predicted that a final check-up would reveal a greater toll of dead and wounded. Though the proportion of Jews among the dead and maimed LAUDERDALE LODGE TO INSTALL OFFICERS The installation of the officers of the newly organized Ft. Lauderdale B'nai B'rith lodge will PETAIN GOVERNMENT [take place Wednesday evening, GIVES UP GRYNSZPAN September 18th at 8 o'clock at 'the Temple. S. Andrews Ave.. London (WNS)Herschel *** E Albert Pallot of Miarm Grynszpan. the young Polish Jew' chalrman of the evening. Mr. who killed a Nazi consular atBarno >' J Cohen, state chairman tache in Paris in 1938. whose (,f the Anti-Defamation Commitwhereabouts has been the sub-! tee> wl be the main speaker; ject of scores of unconfirmed ru' Mr Isaac Levln President of mors and reports, has been surFlflh D,slrict Bnal B'rith, will rendered to the Nazi Gestapo by lnsta tne officers and Leo Eistlie Petain government at Vichy enstein will be sergeant at arms, under article 19 of the Compiegne Refreshments will be served. All ramistice. it was definitely eslocal and out of town B'nai tablished here. Article 19 stipulated that Germany could demand the return of any refugee from the Reich LAUNCH NATIONWIDE who had fled to Franc,-. The DRIVE FOR MEMBERS young Polish Jew was taken back to Germany in a heavilyguarded armored ear. "It will only be able to manifest itself in accordance with the ministerial provision." Meanwhile, Horia Sima. Iron Guard leader, announced the domestic and foreign policies of the violently anti-Semitic organization. The Iron Guard home policy calls for total annihilation of "Jewish and Masonic" powers and "freedom" for all minorities who live in Rumania. i. %  A PLEA TO EVERY JEW d N( W York (WNS)—A nationwide synagogue membership Grynszpan had ample opporcampaign sponsored by the Syntunities to escape hut refused agogue Council of America and them all, according to informaembracing American orthodox, tion received here. He was among Conservative and Reform brana group of prisoners taken from cn „, Judaism will open this the Sante Prison of Paris, durSaturday. September 14. according the height of the war. to an[ n g to an announcement made other part of France. by the Synagogue Council. Enroute the French police As the representative of the abandoned the prisoners. Grynszthree branches of American Jupan. however, went from prison daism, the Synagogue Council to prison, suggesting that he be has issued the call for a conrearrested. Police headquarters certed membership campaign to at Bourges and at Chateuroux be carried out in every place in refused to accept him, saying ( the United States where there is that they had no authority in the a Jewish congregation. The obmatter I ject of the campaign is to in%  'crease synagogue affiliation. DANMARK TO START Though the campaign is to be a STRICT MEASURES joint one its ,ur ,ose is to havc each individual new member Geneva (WNS) DenmarkJ join ,he y !" >gogue representing which has been slow in instituttn e branch of Judaism in which ing anti-Jewish legislation, is j he is interested, feeling increasing pressure from Rabbi Edward I. Israel of BaltiNazi Germany to pass anti-Semjmore is president of the Synaitic laws, it was reported here, 'gogue Council. If you are at all interested in your Jewish community, in its integrity and progress, and in Jewish education, you can show your interest during the B'rith members are cordially in| comin 8 weeks and the High Holy Days, by becoming a member of one of the synagogues in our community, and by praying in one of the established synagogues of Greater Miami. Whoever goes to a so-called PUBLISHED TODAY vited to attend. against Jewish competition. atel ODScrvers said it was un The bill apparently 1S aimed ; doubtedly high because o£ th( only at Jews since the govern'predominance of Jews in the disment is now encouraging foreign tr j ct farmer s to com e to Bolivia. Hundreds of Air Raid Precautions officials and volunteer workers worked frantically to extricate survivors buried in the debris caused by fallen buildings. Police reported no panic despite the fact that electricity and gas | were temporarily shut off during the height of the raid. New York, Sept. 13.—Dedicat| Tnc raid coincided with the ed to the memory of Felix M. da y proclaimed by King George Warburg, the second of ten volas a dav of national prayer. Spcumes of the Universal Jewish cial prayers were offered in Encyclopedia, in English, is pubchurches of all denominations lished today, according to anfor tne safety and welfare of nouncement by Rabbi Isaac tnc Jewish community in the Landman. editor-in-chief, who is East End section, also director of the Academy for Though the military damage Adult Jewish Education. The was said to be negligible, scores remaining volumes are schedof Jewish shops were demolished uled to appear at approximately ;md hundreds of homes were dethree-month int-rva!s. the entire s *royed by fire. Hundreds of set to be completed by the end ,h,r buildings were weakened of 1941. by the blasts and police offiContaining 65G pages, upward cials ordered them evacuated. of 1.160 articles and 513 illus-J Jewish residents of the quarttrations, Volume II of the Uniers tne majority of them in the ••mushroom synagogue" set up versal Jewish Encyclopedia em'ower-income brackets, piled in a hotel or other place of business by individuals for their private gain, by so doing, not only refuses to help the Jewish community in its work through its synagogues and religious schools, but actually does serious damage to the welfare of our community, mocks at the sacredness of Jewish worship, and withdraws his supporting hand, so greatly needed by those working for the Jewish present and future. We plead with you. and through you with your friends and neighbors, to come to the aid of your people and faith by worshipping at and joining only the established synagogues of Greater Miami. (Signed) Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. %  braces all of the letter B and lneir Possessions on their backs part of C—from Baal through ""d moved mto central London Canada. The illustrations of thousands of Jews made Volume IT comprise a number homeless by the raid were shelof five color reproductions, maps. '•'''"' (i nl schools, hotels and other charts and rare facsimile docuPublic buildings, mentS, in addition to black and Sad-eyed mothers, worn from white photographs. j a night of horror, carrying baThe dedicatory inscription for bios '" tr, eir arms, were taken to Volume II cites "Felix M. War, und er-ground rooms in hotels to Iburg, whose devotion to cultural s P end the night in safety. EmerI pursuits was as universal as are ^ency kitchens were set up to jthe traditions and teachings of | feed ,hc victims. Judaism: whose vision and sense Throughout the area cxhaustlof reality gave initial impetus to | ed f'remen fought huge blazes ithe Universal Jewish Encyclope-j w hilc policemen were busy rop'di.a" ir >g off streets where delayedaction bombs had fallen. Great JEWS FORCED TO I aU re in thc *ets margod TRAIN NAZIS £,* where the bombs had fallen. Lisbon (WNS)—Nazi officials in Belgium and Holland havc compelled wealthy Jewish diamQUAKE IN JERUSALEM Jerusalem—A slight earth treond experts to train young Nazis jinor was felt in various parts of in the art of buying and selling this city at 1:32 p. m. last Thursprecious stones, it was learned day. There was no damage rehere. ported from the quake.



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1940 fJewist) fhrSdiaiti PAGE FIVE 2 B'nai B'rith Notes By HAROLD TURK STRICTLY CONFIDENTS Our regular meeting held Tuesday night at the Alcazar Hotel was a very unusual one and for the following reasons: Our President, Brother Abbott was not present at the meeting (being on a much deserved vacation in New York), the men and women met together and a large attendance of A. Z. A. boys were present. Brother Abe Aronovitz, pinch hitting for Brother Abbott, was a capable substitute, and con• cl much towards making the meeting enjoyable. s cial i-ecognition is due i rs J. A. Berman, Nathan an, Lou Heiman and Sam Silv< r, who anin charge of the A. Z. A. boys, for the job they have done in tal lishing and developing the two A. Z. A. chapters, one in town and the other at the Beach and to Brother Milton Friedman who has been state chairman of A. Z. A. for some •i'l who recently was reelected state chairman for the lg year at the recent state ntion ... it was very moving to observe how proud Brothi r Adelman is of the progress thai the A. Z. A. boys are making. His sincerity and hard work must be inspiring to the and we trust that lie will continue to work with them Brother Berman. who has been doing .! great deal of work in vocational guidance as well as othi i fields of activity in our Lodge and who was recently apd chairman of the state vocational guidance committee, was %  > perfeel master of ceremonies for the program that the A. Z. A. boys presented at the meeting (perhaps Brother !' an missed his vocation). It v very gratifying to realize that B'nai B'rith has finally realized the duties it owes to the A. Z. A. boys and that we are actually starting to do something for them those of you who attended the meeting" and witnessed the program the A. Z. A. boys presented will agree with me that they are a splendid group of boys of which we should be proud to be the sponsors ... I have arranged for representatives of both chapters to take over this column next week and they will tell you more about A. Z. A., its program, and what they hope to do. • • I have been informed that the Americanization committee of our Lodge has arranged with the local chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women to cooperate and work together with their local office which handles Americanization, naturalization and alien registration work. The Council has done extraordinary work for many years through its loeal office and due to present conditions and recent legislation, the Council has found their present space inadequate to handle all their work. Tii. y are. therefore, moving from their offices at 50ii Con(CONTINUED FROM PACE 4) it may not hurt to reveal that about ten years ago Joe Brainin incorporated the American Jewish Press Association for exactly the same purpose, but then decided that it was a premature undertaking The well-known artist Elias M. Grossman has made some fine reproductions of his splendid portrait of the late Vladimir Jabotinsky. and is selling them at the cost price of ten dollars You can order your copy from the Jabotinsky Portrait Committee at 1123 Broadway. New York THE LAST ACT Walter Hasenclever, the witty ami gifted dramatist, rang down the curtain over his own last act tly ... He had been living in France, and when the Nazis marched in he tried to escape to Spain When Spain refused to let him m. he hanged himself in the waiting room of the bordergress Building to larger headtown railroad station Hasenclever. in case yen don't remember, was in pre-Hitler days one of the most successful and sought after dramatists in Germany He was regarded as sure-fire box office, a sort of one-man combination of George S. Kaufman, Eugene O'Neill and William Saroyan. ABOUT PEOPLE It does one's heart good to know that Albert Bassermann. the German actor, well on in his seventies, who fled Hitlerland because he couldn't stomach the Nazis, and who when he arrived in the U. S. couldn't speak a word of English, will soon be starred in his own right by Hollywood His performance as Professor Koch in "Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet' and as the Dutch statesman in "Foreign Correspondent" is considered tops Don't be surprised if he gets the Academy award for the best supporting role of the year ... It now seems definite, incidentally, that Luise Rainer is Hollywoodbound again, and we do wish her luck with her new picture A reader wants us to tell you that Morris E. Adelstein of Rajpid City, South Dakota, is the 1 president of the Northwestern Engineering Company, which has just completed two sections oT the famous Pennsylvania ; Turnpike The Mexican painter, Diego Rivera, who for a time ( w as the late Leon Trotzky's host, isn't so sure that the Trotzky assassins haven't him on their list too ... At least, they say that Rivera, who's now painting a mural in Sati Francisco, keeps a couple of pistols on the scaffolding beside him at all times. I'LL TUNE ] ^ OUT THE ALKASELTZER [ANNOUNCEMENT >; Z^wSTHATS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU'LL HEAR TONIGHT ^ > '* PHONE 2-8816 Walterson Body Works J. V. Walterson, Prop. BODY AND FENDER STRAIGHTENING Wheel Aligning — Blacksmithin Duco and Enamel Painting | 1135 North Miami Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA quarters on the same floor at 514 Congress Building. The office is in charge of Miss 11' ss Spanner, who is the xecutive director. Miss Spanner has had many years experience in this type of work and has a splendid staff of trained volunteers working with her. Our Americanization committee will cooperate with them in every respect anil Sholem Lodge t h r OU g h its Americanization committee has appointed Brothers Ely KatZ, Al Mechlowitz and Harold Turk to act on a legal aid committee. This is a fine example of cooperation between organizations and is further evidence of the important work that B'nai B'rith does through its lodges Anyone who has any problems involving Americanization, : naturalization or alien registration may call at the offices abovementioned and they will receive all of the necessary advice and help free of charge. If there is any question concerning your citizenship or need to register .under the recently enacted alien I registration Act. be sure to | contact this office at once. You Have Tried the Now Try the Best HEALS IN TOWN Rest HOWELL'S RESTAURANT 1013 N. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA '•Prices that Are Rishf* & WOLPERTS FURMTIRE BARGAINS! W KefustTo ItI'ndersoM 155 W. F LAGLER ST. PHONE 3-1132 M ILLIONS surfer less from Headache, Acid Indigestion, Distress of Colds "Morning After" and Muscular Fatigue because they have heard—and believed—Alka-Seltzer radio announcements. To these millions, the relief obtained by the use of Alka-Seltzer is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from the broadcasts. The most important parts of our radio program, both to you and to us, are the commercial announcements. Once you have tried Alka-Seltzer we believe you will agree with us. But try Alka-Seltzer because it is an unusually effective medicine not because you enjoy the radio programs. WHY ALKA-SELTZER IS SO EFFECTIVE The pain-relieving analgesic in Alka-Seltzer is in complete solution, ready to ease the distress as soon as you swallow it. The painrelieving action is made more effective by alkaVne buffers. The alkalizing elements in Alka-Seltzer reduce excess stomach \ ;, j. acidity. Get Alka-Seltzer the next time you pass a drug store. Large package CM Small package 30* Try a glass of Alka-Seltzer at your Drug Store Soda Fountain. 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rRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1940 +Je*istncri(J&n PAGE SEVEN 5 Q J*J BETH JACOB CONGREGATION CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Ulanii'a Pioneer Congregation) Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1323 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 5-2013 945 Euclid Avenue 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SMAHIHU, Habbl 498 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 Synagogue Services Services arc held thrice daily in our synagogue every day in the year. Shachriss daily at 8:00 a. m.; Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Mincha daily at ti:0 p. m.; Friday and Saturday at 6:00 p. m. Shalosh S'oodos Saturday at 6:15 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Maariv daily at 6:45 p. m.; Saturday at 7:00 p. m. Daily Services Morning at 7:30 and evening at 6:30. Sabbath Services: Friday at 6:30 p. m. and Saturday at 8:30 p. m. Daily Hebrew School: 9 to 12 la. m. Sunday morning services at 8 o'clock. Evening services at 6:15. Hebrew classes from 3:15 to 6:15. High Holy Days Arrangements The seating committee of Beth David is in readiness for the Bar Mitzva salc of seats for lhc High Holy Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levin, of Davs MrvlM. We urge our the President Hotel, invite their members and friends to purchase many friends to attend the Bar their seats at once n order to Mitzva service for their son, eliminate any dissatisfaction. A Seymour, to be held this Saturchoir consisting of ten voices day morning, in our new ynawill assist the cantor in the gogue building. The Rabbi will chanting of the additional reninstruct the Bar Mitzva after his dition of beautiful compositions address. Refreshments will be during the services. The choir served after the service. a d ^ cantor p WI *"* Holy Day Seat Reservations "Shchos night. Further menBeginning this Sunday eve-1 "on wil I be made nex son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon, whose marriage will take place this coming Sunday will be called to the Torah as is customary, and unfortunately overlooked by many grooms. This "Aufrufenesh" characterizes the attitude that the groom will assume towards his God and people. We extend to Mr. Irving Gordon and his bride our "Majzel Tov" and pray that the Almighty grant them deserving matrimonial happiness. At 9:15 a. m. this Saturday. Jack, the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Brown will become "Bar Mitzvah." Jack will chant the "Haftoro" and present his charge. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Brown great "Nachas" from their son and may he indeed grow up, "Li-Chupah L"Masim Tovim." Radio Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Radio Hour over WIOD this Sunday afternoon (from 3 to 3:30. Cantor Joseph Malek with the Beth David Choir, who will chant the services this coming High Holy I Days, will be heard over the radio rendering appropriate High Holy Day numbers. Our guest speaker will be Mr. Isaac Joffe. executive director j of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He will speak on Ithe subject, "Faith in a Faithless World." MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi Rabbi's Residence: 919 South West 13th Court Phone 3-5192 Schedule of Services Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45 p. m. Friday evening services: 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9:00 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m. Shalush Sudcs: 5:15 p. m. I TEMPLE ISRAEL ning a committee will sit at the synagogue every evening for the reservation of seats for the High Holy Day services which begin this year on Wednesday evening, October 2nd. No reservations will be made by phone. Members will be given preference in all seat reservations. An early call is to your benefit. Junior Services The boys and girls will conduct their own services in the auditorium during the High Holy Days. We urge parents to send their children to these special services which have been in progress for the past seven years. A committee headed by Harold Shapiro will explain the details when you come to purServ.ces will be held in both \ chase your tickets. r, •• _„ *„. A courtesy discount of 10,.. our buddings. Reservations for %  wuitwj i_ i u :ui.. u„ will be given to all members, seats in the school building be-i w B .u ; „ ,u„ i ,i ,— tlm. with a fervent hope that in the gin at the same time. ^^ ^ ghal fee ab]e tQ Our Choir extend courtesy tickets without An outstanding choir has been | charge to all members. CANTOR BERNARD EICHENBAUM who has been engaged by Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation to officiate during the High Holidays, and who is well and favorably known in cantorial circles. engaged for these High Holy Days. It is under the direction of A. Louis Mechlowitz and our cantor. They will be heard over radio station WIOD a week from Sunday, on Rabbi Mescheloff "s radio program at 3:00 p. m. Talmud Torah It is indeed inspiring to see the constant daily registration at our Talmud Torah. Classes beginning this Monday will be held in the afternoon from 3:15 to 6:15. Parents who have not 'i I .IUUIVI j*v & ---— _> ~ We remind you to listen in for a yet contacted the office and musical treat. Religious School Our school is open every week in the year, winter and summer. Registration for the new semester in all classes of our religious school will begin this coming Monday between 4 and 7 p. m. All children, whether now attending, having attended in the past, or new registrants will be required to register at this time. A small registration fee is required annually of all children of parents who are not members of the Beth Jacob. Our new curiculum has been prepared by the Rabbi and faculty, which will offer a thorough, five year course of Jewish education. The subjects are traditional and many; the methods of teaching are most modern and appealing: the classrooms and their facilities are of the very best. The Rabbi will be at the school office each weekday afternoon to meet parents, and diswhose children are registered already are asked to do so at once. Sabbath Services During the services this Saturday morning, Irving Gordon, the CONGREGATION JACOB JOSEPH cuss the educational problems of their children. We recommend most earnestly the registration of all Jewish children between the ages of 6 and 14 this coming Monday afternoon or during the week. This will mean that the children will begin the year's work at the beginning of the semester, which will make the work much easier for them and the teachers. Refuah Shlaymo Our best wishes for a full and speedy recovery to Mr. J. Miller, Mr. I. Miller, and all others who are ill in our community. Condolences Our deepest sympathies go out to the family and friends of the late Sarah Stevens on their bereavement May God console them in the grief at their loss. Seats for the High Holidays at the new synagogue of the Congregation Jacob Joseph, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, may be obtained from the seating committee who will be at the synagogue every day from 9 to 11 a. m. and 5 to 10 p. m. Services will be conducted by a well-known cantor and speeches will be delivered in Jewish and English. The Southeastern Conlerence of the Workmen's. Circle was held during the first week in September at the Victor Hotel at which time many resolutions were adopted, among which was to back Franklin Delano Roosevelt for a third term. At the banquet held Monday. September 2nd, $500 was raised for the Jewish Labor committee. The report of the Miami delegate will be given at a local branch meeting in the near future. • • • Mrs. Anna Pritzker has returned from the north where she visitled for ten weeks with relatives and friends. Cantor Eichenbaum Engaged The congregation is pleased to announce that Cantor Bernard Eichenbaum has been engaged to officiate during the high holidays. Cantor Eichenbaum is a prominent singer and known favorably in cantorial circles. Previously he was cantor of the Mount Vernon Hebrew Institute and occupied several other notable positions. To assist him in the services the Cantor will have a choir of trained voices which no doubt will enhance the beauty of the services and lend additional glory to our beautiful new synagogue. Annual Picnic The annual picnic of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held Sunday. September 15th all day at Hardies Casino. Ocean Drive at 1st Street. Miami Beach. As in the past, the picnic will feature delicious meals and refreshments at most moderate prices. Arrangements are made for games and entertainment and the entire proceeds go towards our Talmud Torah fund. We most heartily extend a sincere welcome to both young and old to come and participate in this worthy enterprise. Seating Committee Mr. H. M. Drevich, president, heads the seating committee which will be in the new synagogue, 589 S. W. 17th Avenue. Sunday morning between 10 and 11:30 o'clock and on week day nights between 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Again we urge our friends to come and make personally their reservations. Talmud Torah Commencing with Monday, September 16th Talmud Torah classes will be held daily between the hours of 3:30 and 6:30 p. m. Parents are urged to bring their children without delay and thus to enable them to obtain the benefits of a full year's instruction. Habanoth The two chapters of the Miami Chapter of Habanoth, the Buds and the Girls of the Blue and White will resume meetings September 23 and 24. 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 jRADBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. I 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 | Miami Beach I RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 | Miami Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. Regular services at Temple Israel this Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will conduct the services, and the title of his sermon is "Ethics in War." In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace, and comfort the bereaved among us."—Talmud. The memory of the following will be consecrated at this Friday's services: Recently departed: Morris Dannenberg, father of Mrs. Lionel Cassel: Ralph Neufeld. husband, of Mrs. Blanche Neufeld; Albert Bach, husband of Mrs. Ruth Bach; Hyman Roth, father of Mr. Nat Roth; Asa Hirsch, father of Mrs. Joe Cohen; Natalia Cohen, sister of Mrs. H. I. Homa. Yahrzeits: N. A. Rosen, hus'band of Mrs. Carrie Rosen. I Maurice L. Pastroff. husband of I Mrs. Ann Pastroff; Jennie Nevlins, mother of Mr. Harry Nev!ins, Rachel Sprintz. mother of Mr. Henry Sprintz; Mendel Koffler. father of Mrs. Nathan Sperling. JUNIOR COUNCIL NOTES Council has at last found a permanent home at the Revelin Hotel. The inaugural meeting at the Revelin Hotel was held Tuesday. September 10th, and in spite of the rain there were some thirty members present. The main business of the meeting was the discussion of the new quota system, which the body passed at the recommendation of the board. The quota system is a system that stipulates qualifications for good membership and will keep council members busy during the year planning individually and collectively for the benefit of the group. A quiz program was then introduced by Chairman Phil Kuperberg in which all present participated and Miss Thelma Rosenberg was the successful contestant. Council's formal opening promises to be an interesting and gala affair. Remember, its open to the public—an opportunity for you all to meet us, as well as for us to meet you. miflmi *^



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^ PAGE TWO JenistiftcriJisr The wedding of Miss Esther Sa| ble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sable of Charleston, S. C. to Irvin Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon of this city, will take place Sunday afternoon. September 15th at 5 o'clock on the roof gardens of the Alcazar Hotel. Rabbi Max Shaj piro will officiate and nuptial FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1940 Hyman Roth. 70 of 710 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, succumbed after a long illness Sunday night in a Miami Beach hospital. A resident of the state for almost 30 years, he came to Miami Beach • four years ago from Orlando. He is survived by five sons, Dan, and Alan, both of Miami Beach; Burnett and Nat, of Miami, and T„.. rhi *nrnritv held their regThe Ladies Auxiliary of Miami Mack of Daytona Beach; four music will be sung by Leonard. An elaborate floor show and lot Chi J or "^ a M t Jewteh Orthodox Congregation daughters. Mrs. Sylvia Kruger, Liblick. The bride will be atdance will be given for Berna,ular !" t,n £ l E d J h R B obt rls aro sponsoring their annual all Mrs. Anna Berger and Miss Ray tended by Mrs. Irving Goldstein, d.ne Roth by he Miami Beach the home of M ss With K ^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ matron of honor; Miss Becky Elks and theMiami Beach Amer! E J 10 ^. ^an unani-'olth ir summer activities SunFeldman of New York City. The Sable, maid of honor, and Misses ican Legion Post tonight (Friday) *"*•?£J*SSSitBebe day, September 15th at Hardies body was sent to Orlando by the Shirley Haimes. Dolly Pont, and at the Legion Home on Alton !" OUSly elected P !" £ • v 0ccan Drjvc and lst St, Miami Jewish Funeral Home. Ethel Pont, bridesmaids Har-lRoad. Miami Beach, in connecFmnJ V !" £ !" m )^!2££. Miami Beach. Mrs. S. Stone and where funeral services and bur„ld Pont will be best man and lion with Miss Roths candidacy |^£ 0 *£ ." ,cted reasurMrs. A. I. Orlansky. co-chairia l took place. Mr. Roth was actushers will be Ike Gordon. Abe in the current Harvey Seeds Sylvia Shaft, £££££ historian lm n arc being assisted by Mesive in communal and civic afSchoenfeld and Sydney Gold-: Post Drum and Bugle Corps er^Mame A^hnan nmona Abraham stein. A reception will follow mascot contest which closes with and £*£* The next meettng ^ ^ ^ the ceremony. No invitations a^ammott> corenaUon baU at W.1Lbe held at theonuM,! JJJ V|ctor Mo „. j. sh onfeld, The engagement of Miss Soph.a have been issued and all friends the American Legion Home on BeDe ^^ R Sttfinbcrg and H ^ of ^ and ^ are Invited to attend. After a Biscayne BouK x .rda t< !" start ^ve^ng all members are in-^Traeger. A., are urged to at, Adolph E Adler t0 i rving Ros honeymoon Caribbean cruise, the Saturday night The tw. y g ^ ^ ^^ ^^ go %  son of Mr and Mfs w „. couple will reside in Miami. org^^^arUnent lalt khe home of Sylvia lhaff. 1612 .towards the Talmud Torah fund. L Ro8e „f e ld, 717 N. W. 22nd Mrs. Elsie Kron.nf.ld was ap^eek in "sponsoring Miss Roth in S. W. 14th Terrace^ .„_ Court. pointed president of the Young tne contest. General admission Judaea Council of Greater Mij tickets and table reservations for ami at the first leaders institute | tne mascot coronation ball Satmeeting which was held at her| ur d a y night, at which the new The wedding will take home Wednesday evening. Other important business was transactmascot will be announced and the winner inducted, may be had ed and details of future plans at ma scot contest headquarters, will be announced later. 72 West Flagler Street, phone, • • J21434. The coronation ball, one j Co]umbia University. He will The unveiling of a monument to, of thc biggest af f a irs of its kind ,„ K „ „ if „ hl> luMr>r nar the memory of the late Wolf Coever ne ld j n Miami, will be athen will take place Sunday at 2 u mk d by a number of city. state and Legion officials. A floor show comprised of acts Word has been received that Mrs. Mrs. George Wolpert and daughMorris Ratner of Cleveland. ^^ m Octobor ters have returned from a vacaOhio, passed away Tuesday. Sop# m tion in Georgia where they visjtember 10th at a hospital there and R £ w-|| ^ itcd relatives, and in the North from an illness. She is survived p. m. at the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services Carolina mountains. • • • Dr. Sol Selevan is in New York where he is taking special work at Columbia University. He will return to the city the latter part of September. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Polans anuuui ....,.. %  r Enounce the birth of a son Sunfrom the leading Greater Miami lday September lst. The bris night clubs will be presented and was ncld last Sunday at Jackson • .. r -there will be general dancing to Memorial Hospital at which tune Miss Theresa Berlin, daughter erf I orcncstras A „ of the mas L baby wag namod Jerry Mar Mrs. Gertrude Berlin VMII return ^ cand idates will act as host-| t in Rev j os Malek officiated, turned to the city from a two to Flora Stone Mather college, i^ Anyone desiring to pur-: • • • months' vacation during which Western Reserve Umverslt y' h c votes t0 aid t h c candidacy Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin anthey visited in California and Cleveland. Ohio, as aJJ !" of M iss Roth are asked to phone when the college opens Tuesday. • • • Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper and by three sons, Leonard. Harry. !" !" the birth of a baby and Max. two daughters. Dora daughter Tuesday. September and Fannie, all of Cleveland. Jackson Memorial Hosp. al Mrs. Ratner was the mother-inBoth mother and baby are doing law of Mrs. Matilda Ratner of flne Miami Beach. • • • All Y-Ette members are urged Mr. Emil Avrach of New York to be present Sunday morning, visited in Miami for a brief stay September 15th at 11 a. 111 al with his sister and brother-inthe Y clubrooms. when Mrs. Al law. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel AronReisman. sponsor of the group. ovitz. will take individual and group • • • pictures of the girls. Mr. and Mrs. William Shayne re• • • Mrs. Isidor Cohen, representative from Beth David Sisterhood to Havana. Cuba on the Goodwill Tour sponsored by the Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin anthey visited in California nounce the engagement of their other northern cities. daughter Harriette to Theodore : • • • • • • Marcow. son of Mrs. Elizabeth The newly elected officers of Tri £nna Mimr circic. rtit1 Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper and • • • Wilmington. Del* Beta sorority were installed at Monda >Mrs Cohcn and ?w family returned to the city from The Bar Mitzvah of Jack Nor Marcow > representatives were met by the Hendersonville, N. C. ^"Brown, son of Mr and Mrs -are. ^ P PP g Jewish Society of Havana, which „ 1 •; n, nr and D aV,d B T'\ N2.J2J **'• and Mrs Leonard %  *** Miss Joyce Oren. Officers inhel P s the Jewi h nccd y and alS Nathan Aronovitz. son of Dr. and M e wl „ take place Saturday, uw— i v-mlto Wtln.l L.iti t„c.„..„, Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz. left for Gainesville. Florida, where he will resume his studies at the has aided more than two hundAve.. will take P'^^ !" ^ |arc visiting in Yosemite National Stalled were Ina Steuer, presi* %  aid d more na !" morning. September 14th at 9 Callforma aft „ whjch they dcnt; Lmian RuW vkc ,. red needy Jewish children. a. m. at Beth David Synagogue., Franc.sco. re**. T M nr„ r-.Hi o. • • • a m ;, a \ 1 f ,H 1 T,nvTiTiS'i" visit in San Franc.sco. re135 N. W. 3rd Ave. Jack wOll will resume mo otuu.^-• 1J0 j N yy. jiu ore "^" • %  • %  • University of Florida, where he rec j te the portion of the week • J BA n v>-> k/M< |-\T .... 1 .11 T~> .. 1^ V1 is a sophomore and a member of Phi Delta fraternity and Phi Eta Sigma honor society. • • • Mrs. Nat Roth and daughter Millicent visited for the week-end in Glenville, Georgia. Dr. and Mrs* i'acob H. Kaplan jents. Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb, wh will return to the city Sunday recently celebrated their golden from Savannah. Ga.. where they wedding anniversary, returned to have been vacationing for the I Miami Beach from a three past several weeks. months vacation in New York and will be addressed by Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congregation. All friends are invited to attend. • • • Mrs. Ida Enerfeld. accompanied by her son Gerald, and her parturning to Miami Beach thc latter part of the month. • • • Mrs. Sadie Weinberg accompanied by her daughter Jean T. and son Harold M., returned to the dent; Joyce Oren, recording secj retary; Harryette Katz, corresMr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenxai and ponding secretary and Pearl 'children have returned to the Ginsberg, treasurer. Plans for a 'city from a vacation in the north. skating party September 20th • • • have been completed. M „ s muel Aronoriti returned tSvlc ane BEAUTY TREATMENTS city from their vacation spent Roland Schindler. son of Mr. and t0 the clty L Mrs. Sam Schindler of 5990 N. E. wh f re she sp ^ nt ^..TT" 5th Court, will leave Saturday nd a,so vis,tcd ,n Be Harb r for Gainesville, where he will resume his law studies at the \ ... University of Florida. Mr. Elry Stone will leave Sun• • • day for Atlanta. Ga., for a two Mrs. S. H. Palmer and daughter week's training period with the Thursday evening Harriett left Thursday for AthUnited States government. Mr. at thc home of Mr. ens C ,a.. where Harriett will enStone has a commission of captor the University of Georgia, itain in the Judge Advocate GenBefore returning to Miami Mrs. 'eral Department and has been Palmer will visit with relatives ordered for training to the 4th in Atlanta. Ga., Columbia. S. C. Corps Area Headquarters in Atand Alexandria, Va. lanta. Our patrons will be pleased to learn that the famous Beauty Treatments of Marie Earle are now available to them in Burdine's Beauty Salon. A skilled member of Marie Earle's staff will be here permanently to serve you. Phone 3-1141 for an appointment now! BEAUTY SALON, THIRD FLOOR visiting in New York and the New England states. • • • Refugees and immigrants are cordially invited to join a class in advanced English conversation and American history which meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m. and Mrs. Schachno, 901 S. W. 13th Court. The class is conducted by Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner. • • • Mr. Bernard Frishberg will leave Saturday for New York and other northern points where he will visit for several weeks. • • Mr. Sol Blumenkranz returned to the city from Indianapolis, Ind.. where he visited for the summer. ... Mrs. Henry Gabbe and daughters Mary Lou and Rhona returned from their summer vacation spent visiting in Lancaster. Pa. • • • Mitt Shirley Bloom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bloom, left for Durham, N. C. where she will enter Duke University as a freshman. MOLLY PICON'S LEADING MAN WILLIAM SCHWARTZ ENTERTAINER Available For CONCERTS. BANQUETS. BAR MITZVAHS. 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i +'. -3 FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1940 *Jewist fhoridiain PAGE THREE THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ immigrants have come to the Y office for advice and assistance with reference to the same. The Y is always glad of the opportunity to be of service to everyone in the community and Mr. Grossman, our executive director, long before this law went into effect, received all details from Washington and has studied I them. He reports that he has | assisted many immigrants in fill; ing out their registration forms. BOAT RIDE SEPTEMBER 15 'cause luncheons and rallies are [ We therefore, urge all unnatur-I AH In in readiness for the Y P lann <' d daily during the course lalized citizens who may be af. A ? i,rhold4nrHvSet. '"' the campaign. More details fected by this registration law 1 boatnde to be held Sunday. Sep %  to go to the Post Office immeditcmbcr 15th at 8:30 o clock on aU ly and registlT If the S. S. Biscaync. There are a; LOOKING FOR A JOB? I sistance is desired, the Y will few tickets that may still be had ( j OS( p h A. Berman. director of be glad to offer same if due diligence is used in mak[vocational guidance at the Y will ing reservations. Your scribe, bv at tne Y every Thursday eveJUNIOR DIVISION who is chairman of the commit-| n mg al which time he will be Nomination of officers of this tee, is glad to inform you that a s i ad U) interview applicants for division was held last Monday fine orchestra has been engaged ,. m plovmcnt. If you want a job evening. Election will be held for dancing and refreshments ]nl wn j c h you are suited, come Monday evening, September ltj. will be available. In general, a and see Mr. Berman because we v ur a Mr,xrc good tune will certainly be had nave many ca u s ln m employers noon. This project is for paid up members only. Y. W. H. A. Bowling League The following are the individual averages as of Monday. September 9th: Player Avg. Rose Hurwitz 81 Sylvia Abrams 78 Jeannette Rosenthal 76 Pearl Reisman Ann Chester Sylvia Steinberg Toby Kesser 72 .72 70 69 69 68 66 For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHER Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. by all those who are fortunate enough to have tickets. Don't delay, call the Y today. You may still be the lucky one. JOFFE RECEPTION One of the most outstanding affairs of its kind ever held at the Y took place last Sundayevening when the Y. M. and Y. I W. H. A. tendered a reception to Mr. Isaac Joffe, newly elected executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Mrs. Joffe. The auditorium was filled to capacity and the outstanding leaders of Miami Jewry were present to add their good wishes and congratulations to the new Miamians. Maurice Grossman, executive director, opened the meeting. This was followed by an address of welcome by Dr. Samuel Beckman, president of the Y. Mr. Grossman then introduced Mr. Leo Robinson, member of the Y board of directors, and treasurer of the Federation, who acted as master of ceremonies for the evening. Mr. Robinson then presented Messrs. E. Albert Pallot, Elry Stone, Isaac Levin, M. J. Kopelowitz. Rabbi Shapiro. Mr. D. J. Apte, vice-president of the Federation, introduced the guest of the evening, Mr. Joffe, who made the principal address, urged all those present to cooperate with him in making the Federation a success. One of the outstanding features of the evening was the vocal selections by the Phermaja Ensemble. This chorus is composed of 20 mixed voices and is trained by Mr. J. N. Gibbs and directed by Mr. Errol Crawford. They sang many operatic and semi-classical selections. At the Julie Spector H. Berkowitz L. Margolis W. Mackauf Sam Beckman Leroy Feldman Irving Querido Leo Lipowsky Izzy Mayers Murray Apte G. Goldsmith Nat Blumberg conclusion of the evening, reJack Apte freshments were served by hostesses of the Y. W. H. A. who are a'nxious to find suitable I Another step forward in the persons to fill positions. Please progress of this fine organizado not delay. tion has been made with the announcement that through the ALIEN REGISTRATION courtesy of the Dade County Since the new alien reglstraI school system, arts and crafts tion laws went into effect, many I classes for adult (women will ] take place at the Y within the w m> u > on.iMiHririiriir l | ,l xl two weeks. Mrs. LieberY. M. H. A. BOWLING LEAGUE man and Mr Grossman have The team standings for the bcen busy f(jr thc past weck Florence Hacker Sarah Shenkman Ruth Spector Iris Blumberg ... 65 ; Flo Apte 63 Rosemond Scheer 62 Lena Weiner 61 Ada Apte 61 Thelma Silberstein 59 Hilda Markowitz 56 Esther Isenberg 56 Sarah Shochet 56 :•: ie Schaffer 55 Alice Spector 54 Mrs. Argintar %  *•* RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone havlne articles of cluihiiiK. furniture, etc. that are not beinE used or needed, please cooperate with the Ladles Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare llureau, and send these articles to the RUMMAGE STORE maintained by them. If You Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 5th St. Please Phone Mrs. L. J. Hartz, 2-7135 Mrs. Morris Dubler, 5-3517 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4269 Jewish Welfare Office. 3-5377 Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 21864 and they will be called for MEMBERSHIP DRIVE fourteenth week follows: Team Won Supermen 32 Silverstreaks 22 Bombers 20 Rangers 19 Demons 17 Blackies 16 High game, Joe Berman High set, Al Reisman High team set, Supermen Individual Scoring Player Sam Seitlin Sam Tendrich Hal Levinson Al Bergowitz Al Reisman .... Murray Streit Abe Berkowitz Harry Schwartz Abe Weiner Louis Spector H. Waitsman Sol Levin Abe Silver .... Joe Berman 27 28 36 5 42 18 42 22 11 7 42 38 31 31 P. Silverman .. Pete Garvett ... Jules Wilson D. Rosenthal W. Liberoff Frank Rose Harry Kamins Marvin Rubin Lost 10 22 22 23 25 26 150 352 1508 making arrangements for such a class. No experience is necessary. This class is sponsored by the Dade County school system and all women interested please communicate with Mrs, Lieberman or Mr. Grossman. Classes will be held in the afterBe Charming—Be Bright Drink MILK. Feel Right Ask TOM Gracet f k tor M IBB* m Uratu i-fci, PURE... JERSEY MILK PAi'ftY Mr. Joseph A. Berman. one of the co-chairmen of the recently appointed membership campaign and Maurice Grossman, execu, tive director, announce that the j Marvin Apte date for the membership drive B. Schweitzer has been tentatively set for a ten Geo Davis day period beginning November Al Dubler 4th. Verv elaborate plans are Geo. Wolpert being marie for this campaign. It I Lou Satan t' will be conducted in the same M. Friedman lb manner of the Federation Drive Mike Adler i and all Jewish organizations are Mickey Lubel J urged to cooperate with the Y by A. Freilich 6 not having any affairs during M. Kronberg 2 the period of the Y campaign beO. Argintar — _8 %  I" Congregation Jacob Joseph MIAMI BEACH announce High Holiday Services AT THEIR NEW SYNAGOGUE 1415 EUCLID AVENUE PROMINENT CANTOR-EXCELLENT ADDRESSES Cool, Comfortable-Patio Protected from Sun and Rain TICKETS ON SALE AT SYNAGOGUE Every Day from 9-11 A. M. and 5-10 P. M. PEOPLESs£^|^%^§^COMPANY Hollywood • Miami Beach • Ft. Landerdale 3 OUT OF 4 WOMEN NOW CHOOSE GAS FOR MODERN AUTOMATIC COOKING 'iii '..! ..



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PAGE FOUR fJewist fkrkUan FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1940 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $ 2.00 SIX MONTHS S I-00 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1940 VOLUME 13 NUMBER 37 PLAIN TALK) • BEARDS By Al Segal MUSHROOM SYNAGOGUES Again at this time of the year we are once more plagued with MUSHROOM synagogues. Reading our files of past years we find this annual occurrence one to which the Jewish Community is becoming impervious. Let alone the fact that the majority of our Jewish citizenry lies dormant the entire year, with the exception of the High Holy-days with regards to their religious institutions, but their sanction by their silence and by their patronage to these purely mercenary individuals and commercial enterprises is proving a grave mistake and one that soon will provoke a serious aspect. The Jewish people, long respected for their sincerity of religion to to which it owes its existence, has reached that stage where any and all of its actions are viewed with a magnifying glass Again as we approach the Holiday season we are forced to reiterate statements previously made and repeated many times. A hall, a store, a hotel lobby, finds itself converted into a house of worship for the holiest three days of the year. Cannot these profiteers understand that a line must be drawn as to how far they can go in the battle for the Almighty dollar—Are they not faced daily with present conditions and circumstances that are horrible? Do they not realize that by their acts end deeds they alone are not judged, but also the Jewish people as a whole? Do they not realize the thoughts created in the minds of non-Jews, that members of our own faith should so commercialize that which is so sacred to them? What could the resultant opinion of anyone be when he sees crude flashy signs stretched across these places and blatant advertisements in daily papers, all claiming support for these "Three Day" synagogues. It is too bad that established and legitimate synagogues today subsist by the methods they must resort to to keep their doors open. There is a feeling of repugnance that cannot be dispelled when we go to pray and have to endure the auctioning of Aliyohs and honors and everlasting appeals. Yet, this practice cannot be condemned nor nothing can be said beause the present lagging of Judaism and Synagogue support necessitates this action. But definitely, are we compensated for this unpleasantness by having at our beck and call the services of qualified spiritual leaders every day in the year. We have a place 'o worship, Sunday Schools and Talmud Torahs for our children. Pray tell us what these Mushroom Synagogues have to offer? The flimsy excuses offered by those responsible are easily disproved. The seating capacity of the legitimate synagogues in the city and on the Beach is ample for all who desire to attend services with the capacity greatly increased. And last year there were many seats left empty. It is imperative that the community boycott these irresponsible commercial overnight enterprises and by this action doom to failure this evil practice of "going into business" for three days "with the Lord as a Partner." In our town there occurred recently the national convention of the Agudath Israel, the organization that has to do with preserving ultra-Orthodoxy. Some of our people were embarrassed by the large number of rabbis with long coats and long beards who were going about town. Some of them wore the satin, padded coats and the wide fur-trimmed hats of the chassidic persuasion. There was special distress in our community because one of the daily papers printed the picture of a large group of these bearded rabbis—a veritable forest ol beards, some thought It was asked: "What will people say when they look at this? Is such an exhibition good for us? No. it isn't good for us." I confess that I myself don't like beards. So deeply did I [eel en the matter of tins,' beards, especially because of their implications when seen en Jewish faces, that I was on the point of issuing an appeal to the visiting clerg) %  'Reverend sirs. Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (By PHINEAS J. BIRON) FROM FOREIGN PARTS If Nazi bombers feel that they must do some damage in London, why don't they concentrate on 93 Chancery Lane, W. C. 2, the home of the militatnt "Christian Patriots," who publish anti-Semitic literature for distribution throughout the colonies of the British Empire? Good news for the kiddies is the rumor that the Nazi occupation of Norway will cause a considerable shortage of Cod Liver oil this season The Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung has published an elaborate illustrated supplement, printed on excellent paper in fair English, for U. S. consumption The supplement in that issue—which, incidentally, reach a new high in technical achievement—are designed to prove that the Germans are the world's most fearless fighters and make the most gentlemanly army of occupation of conquered lands in history The illness of Pinchas Rutenberg, which forced him to resign as the head of the Jewish National Council in Palestine, comes at a most inopportune moment ... He is one of the few personalities in the Jewish Homeland who could achieve unity among the too many political parties there. NOW IT CAN BE TOLD Jean Giraudoux head of the French Information Bureau while France was still at war, believed in Hitler's racial theories When the last French war cabinet discussed surbe so good as to remove your I render and Georges Mandel, the only Jewish member of the ministry, insisted on fighting on, Jean Ybargegaray. who represented the Fascist Croix de Feu, jumped up and shrieked: "Of course YOU have special reasons to keep on fighting : Hitler would never make peace with YOU" That was Mr. : Ybernegaray's revenge for Mandel's having thrown some of his Fascist colleagues into prison Strange though it may seem, an isolated case of German humor does occasionally come out of France There is, for example, a poster that's plastered all over the occupied territory, with the caption "We 1 missed the bus because we used parachutes" The poster shows a German parachutist dangling on the Eiffel tower beards during your stay in our city. The non-Jewish public is against beards and you will do a great service to Israel in our city it you took yours off. Our Jewish people feel that beards are un-American." Doubtless the rabbis would have protested. Who was I to repeal an ordination that was I tablished in the Torah Beards, they would have told me. contain more or less sacred connotations. I should as soon invite them to mass in St. Peter's Cathedral as to ask them to remove their beards. It was the same kind of affront. "But gentlemen." I would have argued, "a lot of our peofeel dreadfully upset en account of your beards. They say your beards make for anti-Semitism. It is like an evil fruit YOU SHOULD KNOW of Israel. Many times in olden times they gave up their lives Can you not for Israel's sake sacrifice your beards for the period you are in our city."" as Roosevelt" Some Jewish organization should check on the charge, made by Arthur Settel in the Protestant Digest, that there is in this country a group still actively circulating the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" The head of the group is reported to be none other than W. J. Cameron, who holds the important and well-paid post of public relations counsel to Henry Ford growing out of your beards, you I The Nazi-loving papers here, which were all set to support might say. Remember, gentleWillkie, felt hit over the head when the Republican nominee men. Jews have given up much ,. .. ,. B r .,. more than beards for the sake disowned the support of the Bund element in this country In a quandary because, while they don't like Willkie any more they still hate Mr. Roosevelt with all their might, one paper, after much sweating and deep thought, found the formula ... It runs something like this: "We don't like what Willkie says, but Finally the wisest one among we're sure that, being of German stock, he can't be quite as bad them surely would have said: "All right then. Mr. Segal. I'll remove my beard. It's the lease a man can do for afflicted Israel in your city. God will forgive me. knowing as He does, that I have done it for the happiness of Israel in your community. I I shall go and submit myself to the barber. Lo! My entire countenance will be nakedly exi posed to the sight of men and my board will no longer give offense to any Jew or non-Jew." "That's the idea, reverend sir! I It's all a matter of being pleas| ing. We must please everybody and then everything will be all right between us." "But, Mr. Segal, I must con-1 fess something. It's between you and me. That's understood isn't it?" SCREEN DEPARTMENT "Yes, perfectly!" "I shall tell you: I have a wart on my cheek! When my beard has been cut away this wart will be discovered." "But rabbi! What's a wart? A lot of people have warts. A wart's nothing to worry about." "Yes, my friend, but you don't understand! Mine is a Jewish wart! That makes a big difference. Millions of people have warts which are tolerated. But consider: Will they tolerate my wart when it is exposed Remember it is a Jewish wart. The antiSemites will say: 'He can't fool us. His Jewish beard is off but look at the Jewish wart on him. We are against Jewish warts the same as we are against Jewish beards." "So you see, my dear Mr. Segal, it would be a vain sacrifice of a beard. I should delight to do anything I could for the happiness of the Jewish people of your city but what's the good if a Jewish beard is removed only to expose a Jewish wart?" We wish Walter Wanger would heed Sidney Skolsky's plea to remove horn his picture "Foreign Correspondent" a sequence that spoils the whole film We refer to the glorification of a confessed fifth columner who, after having betrayed his country, is permitted to die a hero's death When this happens the foreign correspondent is heard to say: "I don't care how he lived—he died like a hero" Such nonsense should not be allowed even for the sake of a movie thrill Would Mr. Hays permit such dialogue in reference to a gangster and a confessed murderer? Hollywood is making a great many anti-Nazi films these days—but certain producers, still convinced that business comes first, are negotiating with the Nazis for permission to exhibit American pictures in Nazi-occupied lands. THIS AND THAT The original John D. Rockefeller was regarded as an eccentric because he distributed dime tips only, but the members of the Rothschild family went him one better when they arrived in this country, tipping only a nickel at a time in the classiest places They changed their ways after embarrassed friends called their attention to the fact that American waiters don't buy their groceries with French currency Cinderella won't have a thing on the patrons of Ohrbach's Department Store, down on New York's Fourteenth Street, pretty soon Ohrbach's is planning to introduce an all-glass slipper—with a pyrex heel, if you want to know From Ohio comes word that a new ice cream specialty is being featured in a number of little towns It's advertised as a "Hitler Sundae—half nuts* ... A lady of our acquaintance, who spent most of last winter knitting sweaters for French soldiers, was horrified the other day to receive a note horn Germany, saying: "Der Fuehrer thanks you for your kind efforts in our behalf." JEWISH NEWS The formation of a Jewish "civil service" organization, which would include the employes of all important Jewish organizations and provide for them some sort of security in their i j? n, T U Under Way • %  %  Now that the American Jewish After considering the matter! Press Club seems to be on the road to being firmly established,


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*. A PAGE EIGHT *Jenisti Fhridlian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1940 FEDERATION NOTES • by ISAAC JOFFE Executive Director time the budget committee, MALEK CHOSEN AS ch C a a ?nln by £ "rga £? Sae" | BETH DA ^ CANTOR and will adopt the procedure to The administrative board of be followed in the campaign, as B eth David Congregation anwell as the policy to be recomnounces that Cantor Joseph MaWith the end of the vacation nlen dd to the board of directors I i e k has accepted the position of season, the Greater Miami Jewm connection with the allocation cantor, and will officiate at the ish Federation is alreadv at work of funds to a11 of its man y b cne! coming High Holiday services. on plans for the forthcoming flclar >' agencies: local, regional. I CaHtor Malck known through land Miss Frances Ginsberg, ment to Great Britain. All memknitting and sewing for the Red bers and friends are urged to .Cross still continues at the Y cooperate by volunteering f or ; building every day. All finished this worthy project which aids articles are requested to be many. Yarn and material is furturned in immediately for shipnished. 1941 campaign of which Mr. M. J. Kopelowitz is general chairman. As the opening gun. President Stanley C. Myers has called a combined executive and budget national, and overseas. out entire Europe and the United As in the past the budget comStates, has a very high standing mittee will hold frequent meetj among the musical critics ings until the end of October, at throughout the world, and has which meetings representatives been acclaimed by the musical of the respective beneficancs are invited to appear and assist the committee meeting for Monday committee in its deliberations. evening. September 16. at which From present indications, the === ^=r^= Jewish community of Gr. ater Miami will be called upon to contribute in an even larger amount than last year, due to the increased demands made upon us for many worthy causes, both local, national and international in scope. Federation takes this opportunity of expressing its appreci1 ation to all those who assisted in | the reception tendered Sunday I evening. September 8, by the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. to Mr. Isaac Joffe. our newly elected executive director, and Mrs. Joffe. Mr. Joffe has been invited by BETH DAVID Congregation "Miami's Pioneer Congregation" Proudly Announces HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES will be conducted at THE SYNAGOGUE 139 N. W. 3rd Avenue By Rabbi Max Shapiro And Cantor Joseph Malek and Choir CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene. fit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon the continued co-operation of every croup in the community. Dates for next week's issue should be in the office by Wednesday morning To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian. 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2.1141. which conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time m the matter of clearing dates. CANT OR JOSEPH MALEK world as having an outstanding voice. During his career he has Rabbi Max Shapiro to partici; s ung in the eading citJes Q( £U pate in the Jewish Hour over rope and thc Umted Sutes such station WIOD Sunday afternoon. | as Amsterdam. Holland: London September 15. at 3:00 o'clock. BETH DAVID CONG. SELECTS SECRETARY England; Rega. Russia; Budapest. Hungary, and leading cities in the United States such as NewYork City. Omaha. Nebraska, and many others. Cantor Malek writes many of his own compositions and his j career as a Chazan dates back i to his childhood, and the greater portion of his lifetime has been devoted to musical and traJUNIOR SERVICES at BETH DAVID TALMUD TORAH Seats on Sale Now At Office oi Synagogue or PHONE 2-1473 For Reservations The administrative board of Beth David Congregation has announced the appointment of Mr. Norman Weissman as acting executive secretary of the congregation. Mr. Weissman. a resident of iditoinal Jewish songs and melo1 Miami for several years, is well I dies. He is a graduate of the known throughout the business : Vienna Conservatory of Music, circles of the city and has a wide With the appointment of Chaacquaintance and many friends. zan Malek the Beth David ad "In selecting Mr. Weissman for jministrative board announces this position, the board carefully | t h a t in conjunction with the weighed all his qualifications cantor a choir consistlng of ten and has done so with the full .beautiful, well trained voices knowledge that within a short wil aS sist him throughout the I time he will become one of the 'holidays and Sabbaths, leaders and active men in our -, Jewish life." Mr Sidney Palm-!,. Th Com f m 7 '," 'T^ u I er. president of the CongregaJ*. le f SeaU f r c Hlgh tion stated Holidays is now receiving reservations and all those interested 'Mr. Weissman wishes to j n procuring seats can do so bv stress that he is anxious and telephoning the secretarv of the eager to cooperate with all memcongregation, phone 2-1473. or bers of the congregation at any calling in person at 139 N. W. time and whenever his services Third Avenue are needed he will be glad to i; I 11 JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL week In I)Hveai s inday • riding s .. : -. M 25th, 1941. VERY Ml iNDAY MORNINGTern. I.i efll i. I Ci at K.URTH TUBSi >A VS of • ai h month, reg liar mi eting of Sholem Lodge B'nal H'rith. VERY TUESDAY EVENING — T. W. II. A. All I at V Clubrooms. VERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council of Jewish Women SEPTEMBER 15—Y. M. H. A. boat ride aboard Yacht Biscayne. 15—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, all day picnic at Hardie's casino. 15—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Evening of Games. 15—M. B. Habonoth Meeting every Monday night starting this date. 17—Freda Markowitz Post No. 174 J. W. V. and Auxiliary Boat Ride, Seven Seas. 22—Moving Picture Night at Y clubrooms. 25—Young Women's Hebrew Association regular meeting at Y clubrooms. 25—Nat'I. Coun. Jewish Women Miami Section opening Fall meeting. Board Meeting 10 a. m. followed by luncheon and general meeting. OCTOBER 5—M. B. Mizrachi, Men and Women's Divisions, Opening meeting. 13—Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Yom Kippur Dance. 14—Sr. Hadassah all day Board meeting at home of Mrs. Samuel Simonoff. president. 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Succoth Party. 20—Pioneer Womens Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami. Dinner. 27—Beth Jacob Religious School Induction Exercises. 28—Sr. Hadassah Installation Brunch in Cromwell Hotel Gardens. 30—Nat'I. Council Jewish WornMian Bi I Stu • Grou i at tinhon • • ii. Adier EVERY WEDNESDAY — Be Gi "up from %  r. M. ;.! Temple Israel \... • Red i Iron EVERY THCRSI AY AFTERN Y. w. H. A. Sew Inj fit Re I <' % %  "-. j al V <*lut>!u<>m> EVERY THURSDAY EVEN S B nal B'I Ith bo linn game* ami Reel eatlon i 'enter ~ :S0 i EVERY SATURDAY AFTERN The Splnoia Forum at ;i < %  the lawn ol I >r Abraham w homi 1051 l 'olllna Ave Beach. en Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noun NOVEMBER 1—And every Friday thereafter through the month of April. Nat'I. Council of Jewish Women Miami Section, general meeting. 10—Joint installation of Jewish Welfare Bureau and Auxiliary. 10—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Cafeteria Supper. 24—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami. Literary evening. 24—Beth David Sisterhood Barn Dance and Fair. 26—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Membership Tea. 27—Nat'I. Council Jewish Women Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon 27—Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner Dance at Hollywood Beach Hotel. 28—Junior Hadassah Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Trot. DECEMBER 4—Nat'I. Council Jewish Women General Meeting 2pm 22—A. Z. A. Sweetheart Dance 26—M. B. Habanoth Chanukah Entertainment. 28—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jeyish Orthodox Congregation. 28—Beth Jacob Religious School Chanukah Affair. 29—M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh ; 29—Pioneer Women's I tion for Palestine of Greater Miami. Chanukah Latkeh and Card Party. 29—Beth David Sistl I Chanukah Dinner. I render any possible assistance." Mr. Palmer concluded. INSURED SAVINGS I MORTGAGE LOANS •THE Y.W. H. A. i NOTES : wmi SAVHICS GILBERT HOTELS GIVE MORE FOR YOUR HONEY 37 OF THEM AIL NAMED "GILBERT FORM NEW ATHLETIC CLASS In addition to the regular Tuesday evening class of athS, a new morning class group has been organized. Meetings will be held Wednesday mornings at 10 o'clock at the Y building, starting September 18 with Mrs. Essie Schaffer in charge. All members are invited to attend. BOOK CLUB The Book of the Month Club will meet Wednesday evening. September 18 at the Y clubroom and Mrs Max Dobrin will be the guest speaker of the evening. Your presence requested. LIBRARY Miss Frances Ginsberg is now assisting Mrs. Joe! Belov in the library work. RED CROSS WORK Under the direction and chairmanship of Mrs. Gussie Wilson %  OtTUd lOAK ifTTarrm sRvincs nno Lonn RSSOCIRTIOII :# OF mmmi 46 H. E. Firit avenue at the corner of Fint street I I LOW C 0 I T LONG TKBMI I Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. UPTON, President V I


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PAGE SIX +Jewlsti flcridian FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1940 OBSERVE THE HOLY DAYS within our beautilul New Synagogue Clean. Modern, Well Ventilated. Good Acoustics Cantor Bernard Eichenbaum Will Chant Services at the MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ROSH HASHONAH Beginning Evening of October 2nd YOM KIPPUR Beginning Evening of October 11th r Resolutions Adopted At | B'nai B'rith Conference j PLAIN TALK Rabbi A. A. Kellner Will Preach Throughout the Holidays MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY At the Synagogue 598 S. W. 17th Avenue or with H. M. Drevich 6 S. W. 2nd Avenue HI Watch For the Opening of LUNDY'S KOSHER MARKET 1435 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Complete Line of Kosher Meats. Groceries, Delicatessen and Dairy Products The important resolutions adopted at the convention of Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges held September 1st and 2nd, include: ". that apart of such available monies as in the opinion of the District is proper from District funds allocated for that purpose should be immediately and definitely allocated to the State of Florida for use in State A. Z. A. work within the State of Florida." ". that the per capita tax assessment shall be based on the standing of each respective lodge as oi December 31st of each year and shall be paid on or befon the dale of tne Convention in order for any lodge to paiiicipato in the annual Convention of tlie Federation." ". that a conference of auxiliaries convene simultaneously and at all subsequent conventions of the State of Florida, and this body shall stand organized as an Auxiliary of the Federation." ". that the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith as part of its service to youth and to the foreign born, send ten students to the National Youth Administration camps in Florida." ". that the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith have a representative from each respective lodge on the resettiemeni committee in each city where there is a B'nai B'rith lodge." '". that a committee be appointed by the President consisting of six former students from Tampa, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Orlando. St. Augustine, and Miami to act as a coordinating committee for B'nai B'rith activities at the University of 1 Florida." ". that there shall be a committee known as the program i committee, consisting of a chair, man who shall be the President ] of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, and the executive board, who shall be rej sponsible to the Federation and : its subordinate lodges for a suiti able program and the execution .thereof during this administrai tion." ". that each respective lodge appoint a local refugee and Americanization Committee which shall always have the advice and cooperation of the State Federation." ". that we do thereby endorse and support every action undertaken by the leadership of our President of the United States and our Congress in its program of national preparedness and de. fense including conscription of man power as well as national wealth and industry." ". that every B'nai B'rith member shall insist on eligible : sons belonging to the A. Z. A." ". that each A. Z. A. chapter in Florida be invited to send one non-voting delegate to the B'nai B'rith State Convention." ". that this Convention does hereby give its complete endorsement to the program of national preparedness being undertaken by the United States government, and does further endorse the organization of Home Guard Units in the several communities in Florida." ". that the convention approve the splendid work done by Kabbi Max Eichhom for the Jewish students at the University of Florida. Gainesville. Florida, and the Florida Slate College for Women at Tallahassee." ". that Dr. Eichhom be reelected lor a period of one year ." ". that this convention go on record as favoring that on and after September l. 1941 Dr. Eichhorn or any other director that the Federation may engage in the future shall devote his full time to the Jewish students at the University of Florida and the Florida State College of Women and that the funds available to engage a director for this exclusive position be raised by the Federation, besides serving as Chaplain at the Federal Penitentiary at Tallahassee, Florida." ". that the convention approve the granting of funds to the Hillel Society at Gainesville, Florida during the past term in the sum of $664,92 and that the convention approve the granting of funds to the Hillel Society for the following year in a sum not exceeding SI,000. the funds to be spent at the discretion of the Hillel Society and approved by Dr. Eichhorn." ". that the women's auxiliaries of the B'nai B'rith throughout the State be requested to use their best efforts to raise money for the Students Union work and the Hille! Society. DERIZE THE BIGHT WAY —•— SCENTIFIC EDUCING OUit SFE-IALTY —• — Each Penen Rscttrci Irdividunl Altuntion Call For Appoinlmsnt K2IAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Tr. r. r, fc —+ EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP VIr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary Proprietors Super Full Circle tetreading and Vulcanizing Used Tires-Bargains Road Service 400-15 Fiat Tires The Only Place in Town Who Makes Them 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE I'HONE 2-0673 Jews have or do not have ir JB > their hearts is more Important m than the hair on their faces. This dazzling enlightenment helped me tolerate the rabbis' beards all week. Li