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 )
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Spatial Coverage:
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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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940
The annual Sunday after Rosh
Hashona pilgrimmage to the
Cemetery, under the leadership
of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, will be held Sun-
day. October 6th. at 2 p. m. in
Woodlawn Cemetery and at P
m. in the old City Cemetery.
All of the rabbis of greater Mi-
ami will participate in the ser-
vices


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RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
Fridays, from 1 to 5 p. m. under
the tutorship of Mrs C. Palmer.
W. P. A. Instructor, who con-
ducted these classes last year.
There is no charge and all adults
are cordially invited to attend.
The following members of the
Business and Professional Group
of Hadassah were elected as new
officers to lead the group for the
coming year: President. Mrs.
Leonard Beldner: vice president.
Miss Lyl Chisling; treasurer:
Mrs. Ben LeVine; financial see-
in. T.mr,io Israel Sisterhood retary, Miss Mollie Solloway;
The Freda MarkowU, Post 174 The marriage of Miss Dons The T.pU *"****?* ^^ secrt,lary. Mlss Elhl,
01 the Jewish War Veterans of Crome, daughter of Mr. and ^ ^t"~?$ "^ corresponding seer,
.he United State, presented^ a Mrs. Dame, Crome, to E. Albert Monday .Q**.6*-. -* ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
Ep;,,onP,_fratern.tyoftheUn,-Davld Synagogul. wlth Rabhi. jbusiness ~ J^^'J^ ZZjZ ^
Abraham Kellner and Max Sha- including a^book le^ Restaurant, a, which time Mrs
ft .he unitea states, piiwrnm = *- -----------
Daily classes in English and Cit- ^ ^ ^ flag po,c tQ ^ phi p^ ^ p,ace Sunday al Beth Kaplan Hall. Following
izenship are being offered at^the ^.^ fra,rnitv nf thp Uni. .:J c______., .ifh Rahbis business meeting, the
Y M H A clubrooms. 1567 S.
i. h versity oi ivnauu. i>'-- yvo._..v~
W. 5th Street. Mondays T^clSLrS ip^ciating. A "* "*" S^'"
Americanization Committee of F followed the cere- Rourke. will be given by Mrs.
which Milton Druccer is chair- g m_ Max Dobnn chairman of the af-
man. *!* J J*?"*- Eded Caspar Pallet. Spring-1 temoon. Mr. Stanley C. Myers
ing. introduced Abe S. Goldman. ( ^ ^ Watsfm presldont (lf the Greater Miami
Idepartmental chici of staff, who Jack- Jewish Federation, will intro-
Imade the presentation speech,
including a talk on the activities
Mr. Theodore Gulkis returned to
Miami from a brief trip to New
York,,
of the Jewish War Veterans. Ac-
Freda Lusky shall be the install
ing guest. Mrs. Sylvia Lyons,
installation chairman. has
planned an interesting and
pleasant evening for the mem-
Tampa: J. Edwin Larson. Jack- Jewish Federation. Will Intro- bm and guegtf attending. The
sonville. and Boris Margolin, duee Mr. Isaac Joffe. executive presidcnt has appointed as hair-
five director of the Federation, who
Harold Leibman.
(Editor's Note: The Jewish
Floridian. although dated Friday.
October 4th. will reach thi
homes on -the first day of Rosh
HaThono. Thursday, October 3rd.
therefore the tense of this ar-
tide.) '
. New York. Following a
< r h fr.ter weeks' honeymoon trip the cou- will speak, and Mrs. Leo Acker-
tepting the flag for the frater ^ ^^ ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^ ^ wj,f dlscuss th(.
nity were Sidney L. Kline, su--.v ^^ holidays. All members ajid
pcridr: Philip Optncr. vice su' ^ cordial,y inviu.d ,
SS S '% ... H.^c. H.Hr n S~
years, succumbed to a short ill-
ness Sunday in a local hospital. Miss Sonia Seitelman was elect-
Mrs. Hershfield. formerly a res- ied president of the newly organ-
ident of Philadelphia. Pa. has '-zed Junior Debs. Other offi-
been a resident of Miami for the cers elected at their recent reg-
past fourteen years, is survived ular meeting were Hilda Rat-
by her husband. Benjamin. Rab- ncr. vice president. Natalie
bi Abraham Kellner of the Mi- Frankel. second vice president:
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega- Toby Cooper, secretary; Eileen
tion. conducted services Monday Terry treasurer; Barbara Kno-
in the chapel of the Miami Jew- hel. publicity chairman, and
ish Funeral Home Ruth Zeffort, social chairman.
retary. and
treasurer.

The wedding of Miss Renie
Slann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David L. Slann of Atlanta, form-
erly of Miami, to Sydney Rich
of Atlanta, will take place Oc-
tober 15th in Atlanta. Mrs.
Clarence Feuer, of Miami, sister
of the bride-elect, will be mat-
ron of honor and Miss Barbara
Neufeld. also of Miami, will be
one of the six bridesmaids. Dr.
will attend his
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein are
visiting in New Orleans. La.
Mr. Robert Ungar of New York,
senior at the University of Mi-
men at the University, who are
Mr. Barney Goodman of Engle- residing at the M.lburn Hotel,
Miss wood. N. J.. is visiting in Miami left by plane Saturday for New
The nV* year ushered in Wed-
nesday evening at the Syna-
gogues arid' Services for the first
and second "days of Rosh Hash- ^ ^ ^ ^
ono will 'to? conducted at the |M icc Ricn
Miami '7ew.sh Orthodox Con- as bcst man and ushers!While away they will visit van- am,, who with hispbrother S>
Tre^uon 'with Rabbi Abraham J^L Mr. Charles Feuer andjous southern states and cousin Arthur 1 xler. fresl
Kellner' delivering addresses. Mr Herbert Knobcl of Mil
speaking "Thursday on "We
Kept FW'" Will You'.' in the Glickfeld and m.
afternoon. "New Privileges. retumed th(. city witn hl? MS.r and brother-in- York to spend he high holidays
Fridav.-'W.ll You Keep **>* ^a five week tour of Canada. | law. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand, wit, his parents
With" Us?-', in the afternoon.
"Old Responsibilities" and Sat-
urday. "Cfcd Has Faith in Us,"
,n the afternoon "Permanent j
Values." Cantor Bernard Eichen-
baum assisted by a choir will
chant the' SB*Wces.
At DBoth>: David. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will speak Thursday on
In Quest of Answer" and Fri- .
day jon, "The Summation-A
New Answer" Cantor Joseph
Malekti will chant the services
assisted by a choir.
Rabbi Mose,s Mescheloff will
speak Thursday at Beth Jacob
on Trie World and the Jew" and
Friday on The Jew in the
World." Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches, assisted by a choir, will
chant the Mgriccs.
Temple MMel services will be
conducted Thuisday by Rabbi
Colman A. Zvtfftman. who will
speak OP "DaTtcness Over the
Abyss and the Spirit of God."
Friday evening both Rabbi Zwit-
man andVDr. Jacob H. Kaplan
will omdrt services
SerjJiJ||l wili^'be conducted at
the Cbntfregation Jacob Joseph.
i iate4 at 14tb and Euclid Ave..
Miami Beaeh,>oth mornings be-
ginning at 7-:30 o'clock. A prom-
inent cantor will chant the ser-
vices.
president has appointed as Chair
men for the incoming year '.he
following mi mbers and their
committees: H. M. O. chairmin.
Miss Artna Leah Rubin; Youth
'Afiyah chairman, Miss Lyl Chis-
'ling: Child Welfare chairman.
Miss Ruth Rubin; J. N. F. chair-
man. Miss Charlotte Bee: Mem-
bership chairman. Miss Reggie
Goldstein: Publicity chairman.
Miss Diana Coopersmith; Hos-
ipitality chairman. Miss Polly
Gerson.

Mrs. Lazarus Lehrer returned to
Key W( st after a three months'
visit in New York- She was
joined in Miami enroute to Key
West by her husban Lehrer
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FRED K. SHOCHET
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SUBSCRIPTION
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-IX MONTHS
VOLUME 13
FRIDAY
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NUMBER 40
OCTOBER 4, 1940
HOPE
In retrospection, pass through our minds past events, and
upon entering the threshold of the new year, we hope for much
for ourselves, for our brethren, for our community for our
country and for civilization.
HOPING for ourselves, a year of health, happiness and
prosperity.
HOPING for our brethren, a release from their bondage and
suffering and sorrow, for them a year of revived hope with
strength to rebuild and to rehabilitate.
HOPING for our community a revived spirit towards Juda-
ism and its principles, towards greater individual efforts for
causes, Jewish and Civic toward a strong, solidified and unit-
ed body.
HOPING for our country, a combined march toward the
preservation of democracy, towards preparedness to make ev-
eryone proud of America, with "Love it, or Leave it," our maxim.
HOPING for humanity and civilization, a complete realiza-
tion of the depths to which human beings can sink, demon-
strated by demons abroad and with this as an example, hope
for progress with tremendous strides, towards a greater and
more humanitarian world.
With these idealistic and aspiring thoughts in mind, we
welcome the new year as the coming of a new era wherein
this world will be the Utopia for all mankind in which to live.
_______________________________ a upi r\ n "l the Com-
missii mi r for Jew ish Affairs .
Your ; 5 II have to be I
to him He will bi r<
the right
und of cen i your kind
of u. ni xl col
umn that reached our eager
: >ked
A
PREVIEW THROUGH
DISTORTED LENSES
In case you want to know why
vou haven't been seeinq any-
thing by Walter Winchell in the
papers recently, it's because he
has been (three wcrds deleted
by censor1 The famous Hol-
lywood Droducer (name delctedl
is now occupied in washing the
sidewalks of (two words deleted)
. The afiairs of publisher
name deleted) of the weekly
(n.im: deleted) have been coor-
dinated, and will from now on
be handled by Joe McWilliams.
the distinguished new congress-
man Mt. Sinai Hospital will
from now on be conducted as a
strictly Aryan medical center,
and only physicians of pure Nor-
dic blood will be permitted to
treat oatients there Mr.
(name deleted), who h-s for a
number of years been financing
the activitios of the Ku Klux
K'an. has been purqed because
of the discovery of a Jewish
grandmother in his pedigree .
George S. Kaufman will from
now on be permitted to write
for the Yiddish stage only .
The line in front of the Consul-
ate orovidir-T visas for the
jungles in Africa now reaches
twice around Battery Park .
Former Justice Frankfurter and
former Governor Herbert Leh-
man have left with their families
for Madagascar where the fuehr-
er has authorized a Jewish set-
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits from Everywhere
W by PKINEAS J. BIRON
PREAMBLE
We were sick the other day.
tut the doctor didn't know what
was the matter with us He
couldn't find anything really
wrong with us ... Si we knew
that the trouble lay in the world.
What we were sick and tired
ot was all this senseless, cruel
destruction .' <"lf the bombing
cf inn->cent k'H Of the French authorities, who
had turned over Herschal
Grynszpan to the GcstoDD ... Of
the growing anti-Semitic cam-
paign in what had once been the
land of libertv. equality and fra-
ternity Of the homelessness
of the refugees traoDcd all over
Europe ... All this had made us
sick and tired ... So we turned
over on our side and went to
ileep. .
NIGHTMARE
lit fore we knew it. the Nazi
monster had gotten Ix-Li of us
. Victorious all over Europe,
it had ci me over h n also, and
had taken command We
wi re sittmy in a concentration
camp next to Paul Peters and
a few more syndicated gossipers.
... A gentleman in brown, who
looked like a cross between
Father Coughlin and Fritz Kuhn
was addressing us "From
now on," he said, "you'll have
to do your stint under the per-
tlement John Kaynes Holmes
has been placed in protective
custody because of his last ser-
mon, in which he said that anti-
Semitism is contrary to Ameri-
can princiDles The offices of
the (name deleted) Committee
and of the (two words deleted)
Congress have been closed by or-
der of the Commissioner for
Jewish Affairs The delegates
at the annual Zionist convention
were arrested at the ooenir.g ses-
sion and charged with conspir-
acy against the world hegemony
of the Rome-Berlin-Axis. .
AWAKENING
Then we heard a strong, con-
fident voice that sounded very
much like President Roosevelt
delivering a fireside chat .
"We will never surrender!" it
said We woke up We
felt cured, and our mind hummed
with Irving Berlin's song "God
Blei America" In our -mall
way we too pledged ourself nev-
er to surrender and never sub-
mit to any censorship, no matter
from what quarter it might
come It ever the truth has
to be told now is the time, re-
gardless of whom it hurts .
Si. we >at down and scnl a batch
"i i.' shanah T wall messages i ir
and wide .
WISHES TO OUR CHRISTIAN
FRIENDS
To President Roosevelt: An-
other term of constructive, pro-
gressive administration in which
he will have time to build up
the defenses against the multi-
headed dragon within and with-
out our borders To H. G.
Wells: Congratulations that fin-
ally, in h's latest novel "Babes
in the Darkling Woods." he con-
tradicts the stupid remarks he
made about the Jewish problem
s-me years ago in American
publications ... To James Roose-
velt: Mazel tov for starting his
independent motion picture ca-
reer with th* distribution of so
significant a film as "Pastor
Hall." the greatest message on
freedom of sneech ever uttered.
... To Raloh Ingersoll, editor
of PM. New York's new daily:
Our washes tha' he will consoli-
date his position and continue
for years crusading against the
menace of all un-American ac-
tivities ... To Robert Sherwood.
author of "Abe Lincoln in Illi-
nois" and "There Shall Be No
Night": May he find the time
.and insoiration to writs a play
on the Jewish tragedy of the
twentieth century. .
MESSAGES TO JEWISH
LEADERS
To Dr Chaim Weizm inn
: Hopes for his safety in his air-
raid shelter, and good luck to Ins
|two sons in the British Royal
|Air Force v:ho are playing a
heroic pan in the defense ol the
last stand of Democracy in Eu-
rope To Governor 11 rbcrl
Lehman: A prayer that he will
not give up public work after
his gubernatorial term expires
... To Louis l.ipsky: The assur-
ance that whether he be in or
OUt e.f office American Zionists
regard him as the dean of the
Jewish national movement in
this country To Stephen S.
Wise A message of our impa-
tience to see tin- publication of
his autobiography To Louis
Finkelstein, head of the Jewish
Theological Seminary: Sincere
wishes that he will find time to
continue his scholarly writing,
and will not be completely taken
up with administrative duties
To Meyer Weisgal: The confi-
dent hope that after the close of
the Palestine Pavilion he will

,
I. LOU'S SHOCHET
FounderThe Jewish Floridian
Called to His Eternal Rest on
TEVETH 25th 5699JANUARY 16th. 1939
HIS SPIRIT GUIDES US
find the right opportunity for
the employment of his dynamic
creative ability To the Lead-
ers of the American J> v. ish
Committee, the American Jew-
ish C I and the B'nni
B'rith May : j undaunted-
ly and unhesitatingly
in unmasking any foe of n lig-
ious and na ional min r
this country, regard
highly placi d that fo may be
WISHES TO ALL AND SUNDRY
To the Editorial Beard cf "The
Contemoorarv Jewish Record":
That thev wili continue to im-
prove their magazine, which is
setting a new standard in An-
glo-Jewish rublirations To
the Hollywood Producers: That
they finally rea!iz2 that the Eu-
ropean market is gone forever,
and that thev will use their tre-
mendous influence without fear
or favor, for the cause of democ-
racy ... To the New Adminis-
tration i-f the Zionists- Tve reali-
zation tha. i.i: ZOA can be-
streamlined, Lui t'eat Zionist tra-
dition and principles cannot be
changed overnight ... To the
New Zionist Organi-ation. left
leaderiess by the death of Ja-
botinsky Mav it find as idealis-
tic and gifted a leader to take
his plsca ... To HI AS: Congrat-
ulations en the many instances
in which it has helped almost
hopeless cases and of which we
have nersonal knowledge To
the Joint Distribution Commit-
?e: The hooe that during the
coming year it will find ways
and means to bring direct help to
tlie rcmnan's rf Polish Jewrv in
Nazi-occupied Poiand ... To the
United Palestine Aooeal: Our
coniidence that the work in Pal-
estine wiill go on unhampered
despite the hostilities ... To All
the Jewish Refugees drifting
along the hiqhwavs and byways
cf this qlobe: M iv thev find
visas for countries where they
can s'ar' life all over again .
To the nublishers of the Anglo-
Jewish Press- .A successful year,
and the appreciation of national
and local Jewish organizations
for the vitally important func-
tion they are fulfilling in the
education of nur Jewish commun-
ities And to All Our Readers:
Leshanah Tovoh Tikasevu.
LeftA members of Aleph Zadik Aieplit is nai b ntn voutn organi-
zation, turns over a check to the chairman o* a Jewish we'are fund
at the completion of a junior division drive directed by AZA as part
of its local communal service work. RightThis food bag is one of
1 thousands filled annually by AZA boys to bring relief and good
cheer to the needy and underprivileged.



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
HAPPY NEW YEAR
in winding up the year 5700.
let us look in retrospect and see
what has been accomplished by
the Y. M. H. A. and its affiliates.
Here arc the new officers:
President. Dr. Samuel Beckman:
vice president. Mr. Herman
Waitsman; secretary. Mr. Fred
K. Shochet; treasurer. Mr Nat
Blumberg.
Accomplishments September.
1939. to September. 1940
Home CampThe Home Camp
ediducted by the "Y" in the
summer of 1940 was the greatest
project of its kind ever under-
taken in the South. A total of
740 campers attended. 230 schol-
arships were given to those who
could not afford to pay. 24 in-
structors gave the children di-
versified program of activities
under the able leadership of Mrs.
Leon Lieberman as chairman of
the Camp Committee. The feat-
ure of this project is the fact that
no iinc was barred for lack of
funds Many underprivileged
children who otherwise would
not have enjoyed our facilities
and refugee children were glad-
ly taken into our fold. This is
the only Home Camp south of
Wilmington. Delaware,
Vocational GuidanceThis de-
partment is under the direction
of Mr. Joseph A. Berman 221
persons have been interviewed
and 108 jobs obtained.
Social ServiceThis is a de-
partment wherein persons desir-
ing to rent their rooms during
! the season list the same with us
SO that those who come from
other parts of the country may-
be accommodated. Last season
we were instrumental in renting
72 rooms and apartments.
Essay ContestAn essay con-
test on Vocational Guidance in
conjunction with B'nai B'rith:
S25.00 in prizes awarded.
Athletics Engaged Mickey
Lube) as athletic director in
summer of 1940. Sponsored two
diamond ball teams: bowling
league wherein 48 men partici-
pated every Tuesday night in a
bowling tournament; women's
howling tournament every Mon-
day night; class for women in cal-
isthenics and many other athletic
games every Tuesday night at
the Y: gym classes in boxing and
wrestling. At present the boys
are training for the basketball
season and twice weekly prac-
tice is held on the athletic field.
Letters have been written to va-
rious community centers in the
South with a view of arranging
a schedule of games with these
teams. It is planned to have a
basketball game and dance ev-
ery Sundav night at our athletic
field.
Cultural Activities19 Cultur-
al meetings held, total attendance
6.350: a gain of over 300r; over
the attendance of our meetings
of the previous year. The Y. M.
H. A. has created a demand lor
cutlure and education because it
provides men of outstanding abil-
ity in their respective fields who
address our meetings from time
to time.
RefugeesWe try in our vari-
ous projects to welcome refu-
gees in our midst. Our purpose
is to make these unfortunate
persons become acquainted with
American ways and customs and
to uphold their morale. That
I we have succeeded is evidenced
i by the fact of the increased at-
tendance ol the refugees at our
various affairs.
DramaticsOne dramatic per-
formance was given last year.
This group will be reorganized
this Fall under the able direc-
tion of a dramatic coach.
Building ImprovementsOver
S5.000 was spent in building im-
provements, A new athletic
field was constructed, a handball
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SEYBOLD BUILDING
court and gymnasium were also
built. At the dedication exer-
cises held May 5. over 2.000 per-
sons attended.
MiscellaneousIn addition to
the above, we sponsor the follow-
ing: 3 radio programs. 2 music-
al concerts, post Yom Kippur
dance. Eighth Annual Dance.
Cavalcade of Stars.
JUNIOR DIVISION
Officers: President. Leroy
Feldman; vice president. Louise
Emanuel; secretary. Bebe Fine-
man: treasurer, Jack Edelstein.
Composed of boys and girls
from the ages of 16-22. Purpose,
social and cultural and assisting
the Senior Division in many ac-
tivities. During January 1940
organized a Forum Group, This
group consists of boys and girls
from the ages of 16-22 who are
interested in current events and
literature. Round table discus-
sions and reviews on subjects of
general and Jewish interest are
Meets
Thursday
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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
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JUDGE W. F. BLANTON
NEW YEAR GREETINGS |
Mr. and Mrs. Al Galbut {
and Family
of the
Washinqton Druq Co.
244 5th St.
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Phone 5-6737
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held
night.
Y. W H. A.
Officers: President. Miss Irene
Cohen: vice president. Mrs. Leon
Lieberman; recording secretary,
Mrs. Mildren Rubenstein; corres-
ponding secretary. Mrs. Charles
Strauss: treasurer. Mrs. Joseph
Schaffer
This division is an auxiliary
of the Senior Men's division and
assists it in every undertaking
Some of the activities of this
group during the past year are
as follows: Passover Tea; Family
supper and card party.
One of the finest projects un-
dertaken by this group is the
furnishing of a library. Under
the able leadership of Mrs. Joel
Belov and the fine spirit shown
by the women, several hundred
dollars have been spent for
books in equipping this library.
In the near future there will be
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GREETINGS
ON THE OCEAN AT FOURTEENTH STREET
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
OPEN ALL YEAR
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BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DADE KOSHER
Meat & Poultry Market
159 N. W. 5th Street
Phone 3-1430
MIAMI
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THE ONLY
JEWISH FUNERAL HOME
IN MIAMI BEACH
A NEW
ORTHODOX CHAPEL
RIVERSIDE is completing a new building for
the exclusive use of Orthodox Funerals. With
these new facilities and our experience of fifty
years as Funeral Directors for the most Ortho-
dox of Synagogues and Societies, you may be
assured that every Orthodox requirement will
be fulfilled.
NOW more than ever, we are able to render
a service of high standard and efficiency at a
moderate cost.
Ro I V Ed 11 cS I D ft
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
ABE EISENBERG
Resident Manager
1236 Washinqton Avenue Phone 5-7777
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THE Y.M. H.A.j
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;i librarian in charge every eve-
ning where members will be able
ti take out books Other projects
sponsored by the Y. W H. A. are
:. llowing:
Music appreciati > n group
which meets monthly and listens
to recordings of classical music.
Mrs. Charles Blau conducts this
group,
Weekly knitting group for the
: Cross.
And last but not least the book
review group. This is a division
Y W 11 A which meets
monthly and at which time a
Is reviewed by a prominent
lady Several such meetings
Held 111 the past and these
ngs were packed to capac-

SUB JUNIOR DIVISION
i', ys from the ages of 13-16
Athletics IS the project of the
which meets once a week
Mr Lou Safan is the sponsor
this group.
Y-ETTES
Offici rs: President. Rita Fut-
\ ice president. Charlotte
: reco r ding secretarj.
.1 I5as>: corresponding sec-
Abraham; tn as-
urer, Edith Shier: program and
publicity chairman. Elaine Lon-
don; historian, Rita Grossman;
r. Mrs Albert Rcisman.
group consist.- of young
i .. i en the ages of 13 and
:<; Purpose, to assist the Y. M
M A m its athletic, social and
cultural activities Meets i
lay night.
In July tii.' Y-Ettcs joined the
rial Sub l)eb iSrilup. This
nations irganization which
sends bulletins to all affiliated
groups giving them programs of
activities for groups of the ages
above mentioned
BOY SCOUTS
Herman Waitsman. Scout Mas-
ter Meets every Thursday night
Won third place in a county drill
contest. Maintains the use of a
camp site 8 miles south of Miami
and frequent visits are made
there The troop has a large wait-
ing list.
GIRL SCOUTS
Miss Frances Ginshurg. Scout
Mistress During the past year
this group participated in the
following projects: Leather crafts,
clay. reed, wood burning, raffia,
the making of -crap hooks Some
of the handcraft work of this
group was exhibited in Burdine's
Girl Scout window: also in the
Southern Regional Convention in
North Carolina.
On Ma\ ti the Annual Court
of Awards where 412 troops par-
ticipated took place. This troop
received 'M\ badges lor wnrk
done during the past year
FUTURE PLANS
Membership Drive A city
wide membership drive will be
held on November 4-14 Messrs
Joseph A Berman. Sam Blank.
Joseph I.ipton. Murry Grossman,
co-chairmen It is planned to
have every Jewish personman.
woman and child become a mini.
:>. r of the Y
Planning BoardSo much has
been heard about building a
Community Center that the Y in
the near future intends to com-
municate with .very Jewish or-
ganization in the city with a
view oi having tin m appoint
two representatives to a Plan-
ning Board. It will be the pur-
M
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
S. I. HALPERIN. Inc.
319 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-4771
I
I A K E N E H A
AND FAMILY
Miami Beach
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
SEASON'S GREETINGS
BAER'S MARKET
517 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5 3661
454
Sincere Wishes for A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
F. I. HUTTIG
REAL ESTATE
Collins Ave. Ph. 5 3634
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MAGIC CITY
CABINET SHOP
2921 N. W. 27th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ATLANTIC MARINE
BOAT YARD
435 S. W. Third Avenue
PHONE 2 4991
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HAPPY
NFW YEAR

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SEASON'S GREETINGS
MIAMI STATIONERY CO.
72 N. E. 1st Street

SEASON'S GREETINGS
MAGRUDER PUMP &
SUPPLY CO.
3435 Main Highway
j J. A. WHEELER
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
ALLEN'S
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
"Your Satisfaction Our
Pleasure"
148 N. E. 3rd St. Ph. 3-8812
pose of this Board to make a sur-
vey of general conditions to the
end that final plans may be
adopted for the building of a
Jewish Community Center
FEDERATION
W. owe a debt of gratitude to
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, for without it we could
not have attained the success-
ful results of the Y of which we
are all So proud. The Federation
has assisted us not only through
financial allocation, but through
the kind cooperation that the
members of its various commit-
tees have shown us from time to
time .
It is indeed a pleasure to ex-
tend hearty greetings to both our
Jewish and non-Jewish friends
May the New Year bring about
the realization on the part of the
members of the Y that the insti-
tution means so much to them
and can be made to mean much
mon i! they want it so. May
the N.w Year also bring home
the knowledge to the Jewry of
the Greater Miami area, as they
sit in their places of worship and
take inventory of the past year.
if they want to preserve their
SINCERE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
W. A. KIRKHAM
Shoreland Arcade
PHONE 2-4647
Rosh Hashonah Greetings
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The Key to Savings
HAR-BEN HARDWARE, Inc.
749 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-5818
To Our Many Friends and
Customers. Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
LINCOLN ROAD
PHARMACY
347 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3336
Best Wishes to My Many
Friends and Customers for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
I H KNIGHT
U-DRIVE-IT CO.
219 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-9479
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Friends and Customers
K E L LEYS
RESTAURANT
740 5th St. Phone 5-9957
GREETINGS
To My Jewish Clients
LEWIS E. COOK
InsuranceMortgage Loans
Ingraham Bldg.
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
li
JEFF LANIER'S
RECREATION CLUB
50 S. E. First Street
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and Customers May
The New Year
Bring You
| JOY, HAPPINESS and
PROSPERITY
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A.
L. AUSTIN
SOIL FILL
321 N. W. 49th Street
PHONE 7 1569
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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ART STONE
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY
JAMES ARBONA
2829 Bird Road
young and to keep them within
the Jewish fold then this insti-
tution can be a tremendous aid
to them. Let him or her absorb
the beauties of our own people
and of our own faith. Provide
him with those needs that his
spiritual and physical self crave
for. Provide these which today
are necessities, greater necessi-
ties than ever before and much
of the greater delinquency and
unruliness will disappear. The
old saying of ",. healthy nvnd in
a healthy body" is never more
true than when spoken of in
connection with our youth. It is
an institution such" as the Y
hopes to be that will make these
wishes realities
May the New Year 5701 bring
to all the officers, members and
friends of the Y. M. H. A., to
Jewry everywhere, true happi-
ness, peace and prosperity.
SURVIVAL
"It is no longer a question of
Jewish refugees, but rather a
'question of the ability of Europe
| to survive. The fate of millions
of homeless wanderers todav is
tied up with the fate of Europe.
A final triumph of force will
spell the doom of all of these peo-
ple, while only the success of
democracy and liberalism can
bring relief and hope to those in
utter despair
"Relief programs will have to
b. revised, policies will have to
be changed to meet new situa-
tions and new tragedies as they
occur. It is for this purpose pro-
manly that I have returned to
America."Morris C. Troper.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
INTERSTATE
MARBLE & TILE
W. G. EARNEST
163 N. E. 24th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
JACQUES BEAUTY SALON
677 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-6866
COMPLIMENTS
T
HENRY D .
WILLIAMS
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MODERN
PAINTING
COMPANY
FRED J. WALKER
2214 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-8023

To Our Many Friends
and Patrons
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
LOWE'S
Texaco Service Garage
Your Patronage Appreciated
470 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 3-9104
Sincere Wishes to Our Many
Friends For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BARKER TODD BOATS
3256 N. W. 27th Av. Ph. 3-1482
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CECIL BROCK
SERVICE STATION
245 N. W. 1st Avenue
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL JEWRY
FOR A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
T
MR. AND MRS.
JACK HIRSCH
AND SON
S E I. I G
COMPLIMENTS
OSCAR F. MILLER
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
E A T W E L L
RESTAURANT
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1909 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8891 (
Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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J. C. CRESS CO.
Store Fixtures and Scales
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
i;
I. D. P ADORR
and
hi tone
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHERS
704-6 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-5822
Watch For Our New Location
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8* IJitl N Miami Av. Ph. 3-7H-1T \
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CORAL GABLES
MOTOR CO.. INC.
1607 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Cor.il Gables PHONE 4-3211
tpfci'f i mnt
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A. F. D.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940
ARE A VITAL INSTITUTION IN ANY CITYAND
ETELj
are an important cog in the wheels of progress making our city the vaca-
tion center of the world! On this occasion of
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We are privileged to send Greetings to the Jewish Citizenryhappy in
the fact we have done, and shall continue to do, all in our power to de-
velop the glorious reputation our fair city deserves."Forward Greater
Miami."
Glide gesund
A longen leben
Soil ach unser
Herr Gott geben
Und vos eich gefelt
Fuhn der schoner
velt
Mrs. Fanny Lipschitz
of the
REVLIN HOTEL
1259 Collins Ave
Miami Beach
To Our Man" Friends and Guests
SEASONS GREETINGS
And May the New Year Brinq You Joy.
Health and Ha^niness
ANNS
VEGETARIAN HEALTH RESORT
146 Washington Ave. Phone 5-9532
MIAMI BEACH
MAX FEINSTEIN
and the
LEROY HOTEL
Wish All Thi* Friends and Patrons
"L'SHONO TOVAH TIKOSEVU"
3200 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
Sincere Greetings for A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
To Ou* Many Jewish Friends
ARLINGTON COURT APARTMENTS
Sidney Colomb. Vice-Pres. and Mgr.
1330 Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach
May the New Year Bring You
HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
DEM' -.Y-VANDERBILT HOTEL
m'e Gaincs, Manager
Florida
May the New Year Bring You
Abundant Happiness and Prosperity
Always Step at The
LA FLORA HOTEL
Paul Gross Managers M. Michelson
1238 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
/'
' To All Our Friends and Patrons
Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
BON AIR HOTEL
1080 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
THE OCEAN HAVEN HOTEL
Wish for All Their Friends and Patrons
A Haopy and Prosperous New Year
On the Ocean
Private Beach
To Our Manv Friends and CustomersMay
The New Year Bring You Abundant
Happiness and Prosperity
CAVALIER HOTEL
Wire "r Write for Reservations
EDWARD LACHMAN. Manager
1320 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
To Our Friends and Patrons
It is A Pleasure to Extend
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
Wishing All of Our Friends
A Joyous Holiday and A New Year
Of Prosperity and Happiness
BEACON HOTEL
720 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
M. C. WHITE and M. F. STEINHART
of the
WHITEHART HOTEL
315 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
Wish AM Their Jewish Friends and Patrons
A Haopy and Prosperous New Year
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
STRATH HAVEN HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN
MIAMI BEACH
FLORIDA
B'NAI B'RITH LEADER IN TRIBUTE TO CHALUTZIM
Henry Monsky (right) president of the Suoreme Lodge of the I. O.
B'nai B'rith. laying homage to the heroic Chalutzim of the JewU>
Homeland by placing a floral tribute before the Pioneer Statue in
the Palestine Hall of Transformation. To the left of the statue
stands Meyer W. Weisgal. director of the Pavilion. Addressing the
participants in B'nai B'rith Day at the World's Fair. Mr. Monsky
spoke of the miraculous transformation that has come about in Pal-
estine because of the zeal, devotion and unprecedented self-sacrifice
of the Jewish Pioneers. "The vast Droblem of rehabilitation and re-
settlement caused by the ravages in war-devastated Europe, gives
special significance to this all-important movement in Jewish life.''
Mr. Monsky continued. "Our efforts must be redoubled. Our faith
in the ultimate victory of righteousness mst not falter.."
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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
MIAMI CITY SALESMEN'S CLUB
350 N. W 8h Aven-e
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SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
KOSHER PICKLES A SPECIALTY AT
SOUTHERN PICKLE & CONDIMENT CO.
1753 N. W. 7th AVENUE


SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PARAGON PAINT DIST. CORP.
212 N. E. 14th St.
Phone 3-4743
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To My Jewish Friends
KLEAN LINEN SERVICE
SAM WILLENS and CARL GUSSIN
194 N. W. 32th Street

Fhone 3 4294
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ROSH HASHONAH GREETINGS
We Appreciate Our Jewish Business During the Holidays
GET YO JR FISH AT THE
BAKER FISH COMPANY
ALWAYS THE BEST ALWAYS FRESH
Phone 2-6534
Southwest Second Avenue and the River


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HILLEL STUDENTS
II FIRST MEETING
tions. The principal speaker of ceiving his Baccalaureate degree
the evening was Philip Selber, there During the past year Mr.
former student and an attorney Hendel served as Educational Di-
of Jacksonville. rector in the Temple Gates of
At the close of the meeting the j Prayer in Flushing. New York.
new members of the executive | Aside from the regular High
council for the coming year were !Holy Day services at the Gaines-
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THREE CENTA
221 N. W. 9th Street
BOTTLING CO.
Phone 2-3662
elected
by STANLEY B. RICHARD
T:.< first meeting of Hillel at
(In University of Florida con-
,, Thursday night. Septem-
ber 2ti Mr. Sidney Aronovitz,
law student from Key West act-
ed a-- master of ceremonies, and The Hillel Society at the Uni-
introdueed Dr. Eichhorn. direct- versity of Florida has joined
,,r of Hillel at the University of with the Gainesville Jewish
Florida and at Florida State Col- Community in securing the scr-
|ege for Women, who gave the vices ol Mr Herbert Hendel. stu-
(acts and figures of the achieve- dent at the Jewish Institute of
They are Sidney Aron-
ovitz, Key West.: Irving Cypen.
St Petersburg: Marvin Essrig.
Tampa; Kurt Teutsch. refugee
student; Arthur Jaffe of Qaines
villc and Walter Benjamin, Jack-
sonville.
merits of the organization during
th, past year, and what Hillel
plans for the coming year Dean
Weil dean of the College' ot En-
!ig at the University.
spcki a few words to the stu-
dents after which Ted Slur
wood a student at the Univer-
sity played several piano selec-
religion where he is pursuing a
course of study which will lead
to a Masters Degree in Hebrew
Letters and a Rabbinkat degree
He is a graduate of the Yeshi\ i
Torah Vodaath and the Mesifn
Rabbinical High School of Brook-
lyn. New York and attended Ye-
shiva College in New York, re-
ville Synagogue. Mr Hendel will
conduct a special Yom Kippur
service over radio station WRUF
at the University of Florida on
Saturday. October 12 from 4:30
to 5 in the afternoon.
SINCERE WISHES
lor a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All My Friends. Relatives
and Accquaintanccs
BERNICE MILLER
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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
CUNNINGHAM JEWELRY CO.. INC.
FORT LUADERDALE31 S. E. 2nd STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA40 N. E. 1st AVENUE
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An Exclusive Laundrv lor Diaoers and Baby Clothes
COMPLETE STERILIZATION
BABY DIE DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY
We SuddIv Diapers or Launder Your Own lor as
Low as SI.00 Per Wf>ek
422 S. W. 22nd AVENUE PHONE 4-5515
GREETINGS FROM
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BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
j WILLIAM HOGARTH
and Son
WILLIAM
RUMBA CONGO TROUPE TEE MASTERS
GLORIA GRAFTON BALI-ETTE CHORUS
HAROLD and MAE BEE TWO ORCHESTRAS
NEVER A COVER CHARGE
DE LUXE DINNER $1.50
6 to 10 Nightly
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HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
R. R. BYERS
1.t uir;iii'nfii'J'itiBiMiia:im:ciianir("i"aiitii.i*i SCHIFF S MARKET
PHONE 5-3751

BEST WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FRED HOGARTH
1600 Lenox Avenue
Miami Beach
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BEST WISHES FORA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SARAH SHOCHET

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Sincere Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year
To Our Friends and Customers
L
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1657 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach
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SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHAS. E. BLAIR j
AND FAMILY
To Our Friends and Patrons We Extend Season's Wishes
FOR A MOST PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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"Strictlv Wholesale''
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TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
MOTION PICTURE MACHINE
OPERATORS UNION
MIAMI, FLORIDA
*.,,
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Service Engraving Co.
HERALD BUILDING
CALL 32455
FOR PHOTO ENGRAVING
OF ALL KINDS
FOR THE ADVERTISER
PHOTO-ENGRAVING TELLS YOUR STORY
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRYTOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TRACHTENBERG'S
QUALITY FOOD MARKET
A COMPLETE KOSHER MARKET
1323 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
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SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
W. B. HALLORAN
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82 N E. 24th Street
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Best Wishes For A I
HAPPY NEW YEAR j
To My Relatives and Friends j
NORMAN WEISS
ROSH HASHONAH GREETINGS
To My Many Jewish Friends
I. W. MARTIN
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940

vote FOR
MIAMI
P rosperity
Approval of 10-Year Bus
System Control Means:
1 Removal of street cars
AT ONCE.
2 Lower Bus Fares.
5 cent zone downtown
7-cent token fare (now
8!2 cents)
4-cent tickets for school
children (now 5 cents.
Universal transfers
3 Many more bus routes
"owl" servicethrough
routes east-west, north-
south.
Faster "express" runs
from suburbs
4 Prosperity for Miami
no city can grow with-
out enough transpor-
tation.
BE SURE TO GO
TO, THE POLLS
vote FOR
The Bus Measure
October 8th
(P.nd Political Adv.)
EDUCATE
URGED BY
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
\ CEMENTINE
PRODUCTS
3220 N W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 3.4234


The following call to Jewish
parents of America has been
issued by the American Associa-
tion for Jewish Education and
the National Council for Jewish
Education. The former is a na-
tional organization representing
the laymen's interest in the prob-
lem of Jewish education in this
country. The latter organization
represents the Jewish education
profession in this country.
This manifesto is issued in con-
nection with Jewish Education
Month and Week which is ini-
tiated by these two organiza-
tions. Jewish education Month
began September 15th and will
last through the 27th of Octo-
ber. Jewish Education week is
from October 20th through the
27th.
GREETINGS
COURT HOUSE
BILLIARD ROOM
The Best and Biggest in
the South
BILLIARD ROOM SUPPLIES
MORRIS BAIN. President
PHONE 27452
37.41 N. W. Miami Court
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CRAY & DRANO
REALTORS
2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Cor.il Gables. Florida
PHONE 4-5570
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We are in the midst of a titanic
conflict between ideologies and
| nations, and our people are per-
haps the chief victims of the evil
forces that have been loosened
upon the earth.
Insofar as our role in this
struggle is concerned, we. the
ijews of America, are profoundly
grateful that our lot is linked
with that of a great, tree and
powerful land, among whose citi-
zens we are proud to he num-
bered, and in whose defense we
are eager to share. No greater
privilege can come to any man in
this day and generation than to
be an American
We deem it also a supreme
privilege to be Jews, for all the
slanderous falsehoods of our en-
emies cannot rob us of the know-
ledge that we are the heirs of a
great and immemorial culture,
of a faith and tradition that en-
couraged the growth of the fin-
est products of the human spirit.
The ethics of the Ten Command-
ments and the ideals of the He-
brew prophets ari' still tin' liv-
ing inspiration of those who are
today taking a valiant stand
against the onslaught of the
black legions of the earth.
Over a span of thirty centur-
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tions have been passed on like
a torch from generation to gen-
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rests in our keeping Tin man-
date of our living past, the voice
of our duty to America, and the
clear though unspoken plea, of
our young, call upon us to trans-
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daughters,
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and provide them with a source
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this brave hour.' Does it now
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" Jewisl Fkridfi mr
PAGE NINE
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Youth In The Jewish
Community
by MAURICE GROSSMAN
| Executive Director. Young Men's Hi row A I
and Affiliated Acti\ it. i
II is of great importance that we consider Youth in a Jewisn
Community from a standpoint of what the young people ex-
pect from the leaders of the community because Youth in itself
contributes greatly toward the Jewish Community, and toward
the establishment of a program. In the second place, Youth
itself is an integral part of the community and we who work in
their behalf must take cognizance of their problems. For ;he
past few years we have tried to coordinate the various youth
programs in the Y. M. H. A., and we feel that we have met with
a qreat measure of success. This was due mostly to the fact
try to meet the prob-0
our youth with
lersranding. Wi
'.. real w what th< '
from ihe comniiinitj
,-., ur probl -m I
ich more sin .
loes Youth it
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,, healthful. i
.: envirji it
rtunitv t
_. ... I .. .' iVIfP'S
mity to express
iur opinion, quite
I :: wants re ti
rs
1 past we ol the
general ecause of get
v. iKhti ns and bei aus ol
out '. ii economic worri ha\
i the probl, ins thai on-
front us in our own community.
! i time that we think just received a dailj liversified pro-
a little bit of our own children gram in ,.,ry conceivable sub-
and help them, as best we cai tthat is the movement that
so that when their time comes ,A,. ,,,,. asking you to support.
MAURICE GROSSMAN
to lake over the reins of leader-
ship that they will be properly
prepared to do
Hi .. can we di i that? The an-
simpleby supporting
Communitj Center,
the V M H A in Miami Tins
j a "to n hall" :
immunity. It is n ed
to review my rea
statement Al
m ai l again in T n
>i lian and in thi
Pr' -- I the marvelous work we
in behalf of Youtl
Cultural, Social and Ath-
grams; of our ii
' where over ion childn n
Th. V M H. A does provide
Ii :.: iti ly wholesome, all in-
clusivi i recreational
S dly it further
a program for thi
ii i health ical wel-
I'ai ol he individual member
This is lorn hruugh the varied
TI :. thi "Y"
1 ii i gram which af-
pari
in thr san ai ppoi
n talent nd abil-
itu V M 11 A
rtunitv in
his respi group work and
n his -i ii ml contacts that he
as .i result of mini
:. men an I
the ] : in thi
called grou
ler that I

and
nol nly i I
V M Ii A but to all I
nal i irganizai hich an
iati d or carry on the work
that we do. This furnishi s : .r
the youth a I betlei
rtunity t ggei and I I
' : things.
There are many othi r w aj
which the various organizations
m the citj help to
the Y" in thi nsi that w may-
have a central source iron, which
all activities irmation
:' thereto i
In thi r then was a
ussion about the : lion of
' J> visl Community Council in
T Ji t
Mr
Stanley C My. rs. pi t ol
Federal
rt. bin
Mark Twain's ,-eathei friend
everybi ks about it
Thi pur-
: a Ji .'. C initj
Ii Cent
hich will
rid to i
not a
nd-i [n thi
'' i I Mian today, unfortun-
'tclj n .. \ Ji wish i >rg niza-
i.....I intentions, fi
time to time tend to speak for
the Jewish Community. This has
creati ension although the
irganization and its offici rs had
the highest motives and ideals
A Jewish Community Council
would be composed of every
Jewish organization in Miami.
|each of which would maintain its
full economy hut as a unit will
speak for the Jewish Commun-
ity For the coming year we
should strive to organize such a
council.
Lastly, but very important, let
us continue supporting tile Y M
H A and its affiliates. Let us
maki ffort to give all the
young people :: mmunity
i delinite place in the i..ivi rn-
ment ol a Jewish Center so that
> their participating in it. they
will be taught tin- correct prin-
iples o) leadership In order that
J rnay be able to carry on the
extensive program that we have
t foi rsi Ives
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Jenisti flcridliaiKi
PLAIN TALK
IN A CRYSTAL
By Al Segal
A certain young lady writes:
Your readers await impatiently
the news of what you see in the
crystal for the new year.;"
Yes. I have a crystal. It's a
most kindly crystal. It always
reveals to my eyes exactly what
they prefer to see My eyes nev-
er like to see any darkness
ahead. They desire long. wide,
untroubled vistas that are bor-
dered by petunias and other
(lowers that I like. My beneli-
crystal gives me all that.
When I take up my crystal I
make a wish,: I want to sec this
and I want to see that. I want
to see a world made good. I
desiri peace with justice.
And. miraculously, 1 see pre-
cisely what I wish. It is more
beneficent than the crystals ol
etlv.r seers who look darkly in-
to their crystals and can see
nothing gi > .1
i v what the ni w y ar
I up my crystal and
make a wish.
Wha1 do s a in wish for
first nowadays? Well, his mind
i ui i '. Hith r. If he is a
ful. citizei
wish, s the most horr <, n
< lusion iic can thmk of for Hit-
ler He wishes him an end thai
will afflict him with all the pain
if every man. woman and child
who has I the tra\ ail of
the dreadful year that has just
passed of ev< ry refugee on the
roads of Belgium and France, of
every Briton cowering in his
bomb shelter or looking at his
dead, of every Jewish exile
hunting a new place in the
world.
But I haven't cruelty enough
for such wishing. My thoughts
are more poetic and exquisite.
My wish returns to a certain vis-
ion I had in this column some
five years ago:
Hitler is dead! He died by one
of his own bombs which fell pre-
maturely. Or he died before a
firing squad of his own storm-
troopers who finally had been
fed fat with a sense of their own
power. Or he died by his own
hand as his empire crashed
about his ears.
In any event he was dead
by some process of poetic jus-
tice. Tin' cruel deaths that peo-
ple think of contain no more
laughter than the hideous thud
of -a Hitler bomb falling. The
perfect fulfillment of Hitler's
destiny must bo accompanied by
the abdominal laughter of the
whole world enjoying the exqui-
site comedy of power destroyed
by its own arroganc<.
daj in his ruthless n
over the world Hitler had
stoppi d ai the torn'' <: Napi
mi Paris. People n men
g thi photo rapl i
of that incidi nt: Hitli i
down on the mar le grandeur
r ,' nqu< r-
or.
iwan o;
intimalions ol ::: mi rtalit)
glory : that reaches
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far beyond the time they
marched on the earth! This
shrine, the ancient battleflugs
that surrounded it. It was all
like the homage an immortal
I saint gets.
But in the new and brighter
world even the pitiful relic of
ruthless power that was Hitler's
body must be reduced to the
dust of the earth. There must
be no immortality of marble, no
arrogant memorial of the thing
all men despised, no painful re-
membrance of the evil moment
of his life.
So Hitler was buried in the
earth. In the dust he lay with
the women and children who
had perished under bombs and
machine guns in Belgium and
France, with the multitudes in
Poland who died by hunger, dis-
ease and slaughter, with the
Jews tortured to death in con-
centration camps.
It was all most satisfying to
the world that desired to laugh
after the years of bitter weep-
ing.
Years passed and the promise
of a new world was being ful-
filled Immediately after the
long travail the world had suf-
fered there had been a loud de-
mand that all thi' Nazis lie
cleared out of Europe and safely
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PAGE ELEVEN
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fi NEW YEAR
MESSAGE
by

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I EVERETT R. CLINCHY I
(Director the National Confer- |
lence of Christians and Jews |
Hashonah provides
. ssons for Christians as well
With the tempor-
of freedom in Frai
Norway and the Low
tr.es, Christions see
tiny is one
.I, m Numi i .u- are
for all Americans in
Holy Daj s
i thing, there is .< i
: human expi rience
righteousm C i
grateful (< >r tl i stan-
. ish history ol the tri-
: the true, the good and
;ii over falsehi iod. i vil
Our own I:
i when low has i
should str< ngthi n
of Jc v. s '
then is th<
.i- an eli ment in I
: istian tradition I
i] lured the ei
I Ji -as of the past, nor
::., .. \ great Christians. How-
us are the Voic<
Destruction today, the message
: Hashonah is that faith
I j ield to panic.
lird observation to be
from the Jewish Christian
at this season is the
fatigable sense of mission
that Bible Jews had to vitalize
,i s of their faith It was
ative, constructive, pro-
drive t<> build a better
CONTINUED ON PAGE '71
To My Many Jewish Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ISAAC JOFFE
Executive Director Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
PLAIN TALK
dust of the earth. At times the
winds took up handsful of this
i and earned it about here
and there, over mountains and to
chimney pots.
One day a grain oi Hitler's
dust was separated from its
neighbors. It flew alone in the
wind. It was a swift, rather vi-
olent wind just before a ram
storm. On tins journey the
grain of dust fell into a vari-
ty oi vicissitudes.
It blew into the eye of a Jew
Bi rim. He was walking on
Einstein strasse (it had been so
renamed in memory ol the great
philosopher) when he suddenly
an Irritat ii
his i yi
Afti i rubbing his eye with his
in vain, he
hougl old remedy. He
raisi 'i his eyelid and spat three
Hi '.'. as an.a/i d to bl im-
: ail Ij r< lii i d
grain oi Hitler dust was
i up by the wind again and
blowi aga nsl a window
pane. Next day the hausfrau
dusted off the window, then
dusti d oil the ray into the air.
. "So much dust." she sighed.
SI ems no end of dust."
She was an old hausfrau, the
widow of a soldier who had died
for Hil
The grain of dust blew away,
was taken up to the strato-
sphere, then. swiftly it was
hurled back to the earth toward
.1 ci rtain village, to a certain
barnyard It fell into a dung-
heap and ill re it lay.
All this is in mj as I
bend my c yes over thi crystal
. Yes, there it is: I set in the
crystal a small object no bigger
than a pin point. It seems un-
Some
looking into this < rystal,
may saj I I
you see is only a defect in
the M
Bui I insist: This looks like
what I wished for a i rystal
always gives me what I wish, for
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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: cruelty, their
Iholl CO' '
their hah must never again be
allow i d to afflict the earth. It
rope I to segn gate them
in M.i :.
Hm in the end compassion
prevailed For the sake of the
great Germans who had been
Mo/art. Beethoven and Mendels-
sohn, Goethe, Hem.' and Ein-
stein, Mann and Wassermann
Germans were allowed to
remain in Europe. Eventually,
after a long probation, they were
taken into the fraternity of the
human race.
Hitler's grave had been forgot-
ten. His hones mingled with the
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PAN-AMERICAN
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Sanitary Supplies
Insured Exterminatinq
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334 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-3955
Miami. Florida
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605 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES BEST OF LUCK
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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cS SERVICE STATION
340 Twenty-Third Street
PHONE 5-6721 MAMI BEACH
NEW YEARS GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO.
1520 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-2907
J. B. HURST
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS WE EXTEND SINCERE WISHES
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by
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Complete PLYWOOD Service
25 N. E. 25th Stieet Miami Florida
You Can Do It Better With Plywood
IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL
JEWRY A TRULY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
V
NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner ol Agriculture
STATE OF FLORIDA
T MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE SAPERO AND FAMILY
and
LAWRENCE LUMBER CO.
EXTEND TO ALL THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
841'
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LEW HEWES
OUTBOARD MOTORS BOATS
Authorized Johnson Dealers Since 1925
Biscayne Boulevard Phone 2-8918
SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HIRSCH-FAUTH FURNITURE CO.
EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE
Interior Decorators and Imoorters
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT FOURTEENTH TERRACE
PHONE 3-4669 MIAMI
The Jersey lee Cream Co., Ine.
62 N. E. 27th STREET
PHONE 2-1751
EXTENDS TO ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940
THE SHOFAR
PEACE
by RABBI ADOLPH BURGER
Tampa. Florida
Whatever may happen t" a re-
ligious man he will say "Clam zoo
I'tovah," "Even this is for good."'
When blessings apparently un-
mixed come to us. hardly a com-
ment is heard, for the reason that
all recognize these to be bless-
ings. Only when disasti r comes,
when our bodies suiter, and our
mmds are distressed dees faith
its gentle rays and saj "Is
. re a dark spot that I can il-
lumine, is there a heart that I
must cheer?" En times when
doubt arises when thick gloom
covers the nations, then is re-
quired that optimism which says
"Even this is for good.""
A year will end its curses, a
year will begin bringing bless-
ings and what blessings can
there be, save Peace? Aye, we
must have peaee. and that peace
must be universal, world wide
now we feel the need of sueh a
peace more than ever when we
see so many nations ruined be-
cause of war. Nations are put-
ting en the armor of war await-
ing tiie reveille, which says.
Today you are marching against
,vour enemies."
Would that the day draw nigh
when the Shofar would call out.
"Hear ye. peoples, ye have now
To Our Many Friends
and Acquaintances
A mo-t Happy New Year
CLAYTON APARTMENTS
1336 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-8871
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become the army of the Living
Clod, whose will is that humanity
should live and not die. There-
fore cease to tear down and de-
stroyrather build ye up and
cause to live. Why do you spend
your labor for naught'.' Why do
you devote your physical ener-
gies and your mental powers to
the undoing of one another's
work'.'
Is there nothing to which all
of you. united by a common un-
derstanding and good intentions
to one another, can consecrate
thes,- powers and energies'.' Was
il for this that I made man.
placing him about the earth thai
he might rule all creation?
On this day. the memorial of
that creation I cause my Shofar
to he blown to remind you tiiat
as of Israel of old I said "they
are my servants" so of all the
sons of man "All of them shall
be made into one band t' do M\
Will."
Th< reforc the Shofar exclaims
"Shaproo Maasaychem" beautify
your deeds and works, not In-
trenches, not by cannon, not by
bombers, not by submarines, bul
by the resolve that peace must
i>e achieved, a lasting peace,
whereby it shall lie possible for
the earth to yield us best pro-
ducts for the soul of man to de-
velop in wholesome fashion.
GREETINGS FROM THE
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! 17.:: N. lioVKhni-i l>rlv< i
(Studios: Miami Beach. Shenandoah !
PHONE 2-5835 j
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Insurance All Lines I
GREETINGS
D. E. LINARDY
FLOORING CO.
All Grades of
HARDWOOD FLOORING
Furnished. Laid. Sanded and
Finished
35 N. E. 26th Street
PHONE 3-4726
2*4 Congress Building
PHONE 3 4667

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GREETINGS
V. J. HOECHERL
COMPANY
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
Licensed. Bonded and Insured
801 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 3-3317
'382 N. E. 8th AVENUE
PHONE 7-1235
RABBI and MRS.
A. GOLDEN
and FAMILY
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. Their Best Wishes for A
| Happv. Healthy and
| Prosperous New Year
|to the Jewish Community
iMiami and Miami Beach
(particular, and to the Hoi
of Israel qenerally

MR. and MRS.
H. L. GREEN
and the
CAPITOL
DRESS SHOP
244 N. Miami Avenue
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
RICHARD KIEHNEL
EXTEND BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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CARL F. LAMBERT
Utility Engineer and
Consultant
810 Biscayne Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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M. B G ARR IS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
1213 Conqress Building
PHONE 2-4958
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ESTABLISHED 1906
Milk and Dairv Products from Our Certified
Government Tested Herd
PHONE 7-2411
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Relaatives and Friends for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. j I
GEORGE CHERTKOF
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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"THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET
AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES"
27 N. W. Fifth StreetPhone 2-8194
1301 West Flagler StreetPhone 2-6745
665 N. W. 36th StreetPhone 7-6276
2<"25 S. W. 8th StreetPhone 4-4461

NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THE JEWISH PEOPLE
WM. F. FRANTZ
SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO.
"THE COMPLETE PAINT STORE"
801 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-3317
Benjamin Moore Company's Complete Line of Paints
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DR. and MRS.
CHAS BECKWITT
AND FAMILY
of the
BECKWITT
OPTICAL CO.
36 N. E. First Street
Phone 2-7308
Extend Sincere Wishes for
, ( A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ft BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 4
CARLEY T. SMITH TRANSFER
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246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
Phone 2 2655 Nite Phone 2 6454
MIAMI. FLORIDA

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NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
To the readers of The Jewish Floridian
and may the New Year be replete
with Happiness..........
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SOUTHERN DISTRIBUTORS
WALLS. FLOORS
Venczel
TILES
ACCESSORIES
1106 S. W. EIGHTH STREET
PHONE 3-6758
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MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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56 West Flaqler St.
Phone 2-7443
Miami
509 Collins Ave
Phone 5 2648
Miami Beach
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NEW YEAR LETTER
ON LIFE AND FAITH
by RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD
St. Petersburg. Fla.
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.. fore I hated life: because
lispleased with the work
: wrought under the sun:
- vanity and vexation <>f
Ecclesiastes 2-11.
life without faith? To
o never knew any sor-
I whose path was never
some calamity this
ill have i '
P.ABBI A. S. KLEINFELD
But those who tasted
ttc rness of life i xperienced
... : ity have often asked them-
. "does life contain suffi-
l good i" compensate for all
...in harbors? Is its re-
ch enough to pay for the
g struggh the never
anguish, the et< rnal vex-
: spirit.....rhese are the
that invo untai ilj come
: ; im a breast overflowing
. rii : Thi usai I of I
Llies, Jews and nun-Jews were
deprived of the zest of life, lost
their earthly possessions and
then- freedom, everything van-
ished like smoke, while injustice
and falsehood struts along tri-
umphantly.
The power oi evil and tyrannj
hold sway over the human heart
and over human society, See-
ing all this we become disheart-
ened and we ask again what is
life? What is wisdom: what is
knowledge, and what is lame.'
With Shakespeare we are apt
to say:
but a walk adow. a
pi ior player,
I [ruts his hour
upon tin
i
by an idi
Full ot sound and fury.
M
ques-
: rious
ankind's history and
oth in the affirma-
ai ; .: thi gati'
Epicurean "Hardly." an-
swers the ASCI "1 .:'
>und i rrors."
Bui turning away
mist, the grii : stricken, the
and the ..
again. What is the value
of life? Faith, reason and ex
pi rience all unite in giving us
n ply: Life has a gn at value
if you make it so. The value of
life depends upon Us aims and
ideals Life without Faith even-
tually brings destruction. A lif-
of irreligion and sin is a serious
mistake I care not how learned
and accomplished, how success-
ful and well-to-do a man is. if he
lives in rebellion against the will
of Cod and shuts out Faith from
his hi art. his life is wasteda
failure of failures. Without
Faith, man is on a level witl. the
brute.
This. then, my friends, is my
New Year's message to you. Life
I with Faith is a precious boon
which is intended for man in or-
der that hi' may improve it, ele-
vate it. and make It "a thing of
beaut) and joy forever." I wish
you to be impressed with the
truth that life is neither a com-
edy nor a tragedy; that is neith-
er a banqueting hall nor a dun-
geon; that it is rati.er a field
where the industrious can sow
ds and re a]
and '' hi >' indolent

: ing up about
Tl e ir life i
li d yarn, good and ill
I the ex
this wi rid Nor
: re the troul si r-
rows in the world today. But
it I do desin to ei
: : thai thesi is ah plenty ol
especially for those
n the Unit States of
A erica '' hose c land for
I i all loyal
and law Faith
-inde you through the
and thorny pal f e sist-
i nci
li ci nclusion. let me relate
to vou an old Arabian legend:
King Nunrod one day summoned
his three sons and ordered three
urns under seal to be set before
them; one was gold, the other <>f
amber, the third of clay The
king bade the oldest of his sons
to choose that which appears
to contain the treasure of great-
est price He chose the vase of
gold upon which was written
EMPIRE, opened it and found
It full Of blood. The .second took
the vase of amber on which was
written the word GLORY, op-
ened it and found it full ol the
ashes of nan who made a great
sensation in life The third took
thi claj vase remaii
it and found it empty, but on
the bottom the pott. :
scribed the name ol G
asked the king of his
The men ol ambition replied the
vase of Mold. The pets and con-
querors saal the amber one. but
the sages pointed to the empty
vase because a single letter of
the name of God was of more
weight than the entire globe
Yisroel I 'tach badonoy, O Is-
rael, choose then faith in God.
Take the vase that contains your
happiness and comfort through
the vicissitudes of life, l.'shonoh
Tovu Tikosevu. May God grant
US A Happy and Happier New
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
AUTO LOCK & SUPPLY CO
'304 IM. E SECOND AVE.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BECK'S GARAGE
1132 Fifteenth Street Miami Beach. Fla.
PHONE 5-1422
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
.... QUALITY ....
CUSHMAN BAKING CO.
1310 West Flagler Street
THE SOUTHS NEWEST AND FINEST BAKERY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
INGMAN MOTORS
R. B. INGMAN
. =64-72 S. W. Eighth St.
Telephone 3-4671
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
HARRISON
PHOTO
LABORATORIES
3030 N. W. 8th Ave.
PHONE 2-3739
c. w.
KISTLER
CO.
CONGRESS BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TELEPHONE 2-5154
MORTGAGE
LOANS
5 to 6 Per Cent

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
C. H. LYNE
FOUNDRY AND
MACHINE CO.

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105-109 N. W. 5th Street
Phone 2-5840
It is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere
Good Wishes ior a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO.
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEN J. KINCAID
Life Insurance & Annuities
407 First Natl. Bank Bldg.
PHONE 3-8489
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAWKINS
I Rug Cleaners
ORIENTALS OUR SPECIALTY
Mothproofing and Repairing
0 N. E. 39th St. Phone 7-6398
GREETINGS:
HALCYON
PHOTO FINISHING
| Specialists in Fine Gram Devel
oping and "Candid" Camera
Finishing
I HALCYON ARCADE
ROOMS 275.6-7
PHONE 2 3984
Ha|>|>> SeM Year
To All Our
Friends

A. I. TOBirs
EAST COAST FISH MARKET
WEST FLAGLER STREET-AT THE BRIDGE

EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY
BEST WISHES FOR
.... A HAPPY NEW YEAR .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
That the coming year may be one of great Plenty
and happiness for all our Jewish Fnends and Patrons
is the sincere wish of
IXIE TIRE tj>
"., MIAMI J??
GREETINGS
Cn The New Year
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940
JEWS SUMMONED
BEFORE TRIBUNAL
by RABBI LAZARUS LEHRER
of Bnai Zion Congregation.
Key West. Fla.
of the terrestial tribunalour
own conscience, This small.
whispering voic divinity within us. can never be
silenced with compromise and
platitudes, Wo must confess our
failures, our weaknesses, our
selfishness, our greed, our vain-
glory! We must make firm res-
olutions to change our bad hab-
its, our sms into virtues, Our
conscience can never be ap-
peased and reconciled without
MEED SPIRITUAL
RABBI LEONARD J. MERVIS
Pensacola, Fla.
Once more the Jewish people
throughout the world will usher
in the Rosh Hashonahthe Jew- sucn sincere and honest desire
ish New Yearwhich marks the for ;| re-valuation and regenera-
beginning of a potential season, ",,n "' "l"' Physical and spirit-
climaxing in the Groat White ";i1 llfe-
Day. Yom Kippurthe Day of May this New Year be the be-
Atom iient. ginning of such a life, which
On Rosh Hashonah, the Jew is leads men on the road of their
summoned before the celestial destiny to a happy and content-
: terrestial tribunal to give an ed life.
ICC HI ol his deeds and actions May this season, which marks
pasl year; to take inven- ,, revival of Judaism, fulfill us
tory ol his soul. It is a day of mission and weld us together in
sell analysis and self-judgment, a strong bond of unity and har-
an occasion demanding sincere mony. so that we. too." will write
ind honest endeavor, to be [our own book of life, dipping our
ansed and purified from the pen deeply into the everlasting
" daily life. fountain of love, writing indel-
The supreme them.- of this -1-.; v up0n the blank page our
aw ring festival is LIFE, aspirations to become better men
We appear as beggars at the por- and women; our sincere good
i i ; the universe, with a sup- wishes to our fellow men. and
plication on our lips, beseeching our humble prayers to our mer-
thi Creator of the world, the Su- ciful God in Heaven, the King
Judge of the celestial tn- of the universe, that He may
to grant us Life. And remember us. all Israel, and ail
with this fervent prayer we join humanity, for a Happy Life
the myriads of Israel trusting-------------------------_______
that we will bo inscribed in the
Ho k ol a Happy Life.
But before those prayers will
reach tin gates of heaven, we
must appear, humbly and mod-
estly before the supremo judge
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As the cycle of the religious
year nears completion, the
Household of Israel turns to the
New Year for a message of hope.
After a twelvi month of univer-
sal suffering, Israel's tired souls
seek the refreshing wells of the
High Holy Day season.
Now, more than ever, all of
us need spiritual renewal, We
need the reassurance of resplend-
ent destiny, the faith that right
annuls might. We want to be-
lieve that the storm of destruc-
tion soon will be sp.nt and tin
light of justice shine again.
During the Ten Days of Peni-
tence, we flee the shadow of
world tragedy and take refuge
under the sheltering wings of
God. We recall the heroism of
our fathers who stood their
ground against the tyrannies of
their day. We remember that
they were enabled to exist on
the knowledge that their way
was just, and on the hope that
Cod m the fullness of time Would
reward with blessing their pa-
tient fortitudi Though bitterness
was their lot. tiny never con-
ceded that Cod had forsaken
them but saw in the indee, ncies
of mankind greati r urgency for
devotion to God.
May tlie pray, rs and aspira
tions oi the holiday season re-
store Israel's mettle to the qual-
ity ol old. Stern times await
Let it not be said Israel lacked
the spirit to meet them.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DEAUVILLE
SERVICE STATION
6348 Collins Avenue
Phone 6-9121

ON THIS NEW YEAR IT IS OUR WISH THAT IT BRING
YOU GENUINE HAPPINESS ABUNDANT HEALTH
DADE REFRIGERATING CO., Inc.
1792-98 N. W. 20th Street
Phone 2-7868
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAY MILLER
TAX ASSESSOR
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
R. W. PARKER
FREIGHT AGENT
M. &M.
TRANSPORTATION
CO.
Pier 1. Municipal Docks
Maintaining the
AMERICAN
Standards of Living
BEST WISHES
for
A VERY HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
SHflUJ BROS. OIL CO.
Exclusive Distributors
of
Pure Oil Company
Products in South
Eastern Florida
PHONE 2 1741
56 S. W. 1st Street
MIAMI. FLA.

T
GEORGE LANGER
and
SID LANGER
of
THE SUNGAS
COMPANY
U00 West Flagler St.
Phones: 2-38112-3833

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Extend to All Their
Jewish Friends
and Patrons
Sincere Wishes For
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
"Life, liberty and the pursuit of hap-
piness" is not an empty phrase. It
is a vital American principle ... a
great, living truth in the lives of mil-
lions who are privileged to work
out their own destinies in this land
of free enterprise.
Grateful for American freedom,
Sunshine Service is alert to its re-
sponsibility to support and cherish
the American idea ... to maintain
American living standards ... to
do its share towards making life
more comfortable, safer, easier for
everyone in our community.
That is why Sunshine Service is al-
ways on the job every day of
the year every minute of the
day and night ... a great, human
organization with every member
trained for his job to serve you.
Think how important to your com-
fort, your safety and your pocket-
book are the dependability and ef-
ficiency of Sunshine Service. With
a flip of a switch you can have light
at any time clean, sale, cheap
electric cookery a cooling
breeze, or a warm bath and all
the other uses by which electricity
makes life better.
SERVICE SAM
SAYS:
"Sunshine Service
is the skilled work
of courteous mem
ben of our organi-
zation."
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SHOLOM
by STANLEY C. MYERS
President Greater Miami Jewish Federation
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On this, the beginning of a New Year in Jewish history, as
President of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, I greet you
with our ancient salutation of SHALOM. What a strange word
in this war-torn world! What a paradox it is. that the Jewish
people, to whom PEACE has ever been the highest aspiration,
is today being crushed between the millstones of warring na-
tions. Our history is replete with examples of the almost fa-
natic reverence for peace. King David, we are told, was not
privileged to build the Temple, because of the wars he waged,
even though it was enemy blood he shed, and by the same
token, none was so honored as*-------------------------
HUM. because he "nnual campaigns sponsored by
! i di ration and the Dade Oumtv
thi uv.it sage
. : ol p ace and .\ pur-
suer il ;' ace "
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BEST WISHES FOH "
HAPPY NtvV N E AH
GREEN CANDLE
TEA ROOM
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I.KS KI.A
HOME COOKING PLEASANT
ATMOSPHERE
Community Chest. The nods ol
all beneficiaries of these two ma-
jor campaigns are evi n greati r
. than last year The blood of our
bn non-Jew alike
1 'Save us. else
Shall we I
obvious
nali i mi
Yi ar i'l :"..: to us,
: led heall
tricken
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"In the midst of these threats
we call mi our people for unity.
The relationship between a peo-
ple and their governmi nt is not
;i one-way thoroughfare, The ob-
ligations are reciprocal. They call
for that concert of soul and pur-
pose which knows no distinc-
tion of race, origin, color or re-
ligion
"We know that Jews and Gen-
tile, Catholic and Protestant.
white and colored, rich and pour.
native burn and foreign born
will rise in all their might and
holy zeal to guard these portals
against the fate which has
wrecked other peoples and oth-
er civilizations.
"To this high commitnv nt we
pledge ourselves and all that we
shall here undertake,"Senator
Alben W. Barkley.
STANLEY C. MYERS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. W. F STIRRUP
Pioneers Of South F i
l e st ite
PHONt 4-5664
WE EXTEND BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
T
B. W. THACKER
Adding M rid Type
wi ti I Sold, Rented. Rer
Exchanged. Ask about our
Rental Purchase Contract.
PHONE 2
N. E. Fir*t Street
MR. and MRS
BARNEY HANSON
and FAMILY
and the
HANSON ROOFING
COMPANY
PIONEER ROOFERS
IN THIS AREA
2236 N. W. Miami Court
MIAMI
PHONE 2-6582
WITH ALL A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
STORAGE
WAREHOUSE CO.
JAS. L. TURNER. Ower
Spcci.ihzmq in Storing. Baggnge.
Household Goods. Store
Office Equipment
FUR AND RUG VAULTS
Crating, Packing and S
251 S. W. First Couit
PHONE 2-1208
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1340
THE GALL OF
THE SHOF
H
by RABBI P. ZISSMAN
St. Augustine. Fla.
let us pray to God that this mad
man ol Europe. Hitler, shall be
destroyed. He shall receive the
same as Haman. And the ones
who are fighting for righteous-
ni ss and liberty shall win.
May this New Year bring us
a year of life and prosperity.
May the words of the prophet be
fulfilled. And God will
thee from the four conv ..- |
the earth and bring thee
homeland, Palestine.
I wish all the members i
congregation and all my t"i
all over Florida. HASHi N V
TAVOH A Happy New \
FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT
A ROSH HASHONAH MESSAGE
FROM
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
TO
AMERICAN JEWRY

THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON
I feel confident that true Americans of every creed
will join wholeheartedly with me in my greeting of those
of Jewish faith upon the celebration of the Jewish New
Year, and will re-echo my wish that each day of the com-
ing year may witness some slight advancement on the
road towards a more decent humanity.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
The blowing the Shofar during
the morning services in the syn-
agogue during the two days of
Rosh Hashonah constitutes the
most prominent feature of ob-
servance of our Jewish Now Year
Holiday. The Shofar is usually
mad.- of the horn of the Ram.
and not of the cow or ox because
of the golden calf incident. The
revelation at Mount Sinai is de-
scribed as having boon ace m
panied with the blast of the Sho-
far. The sacrifice of Isaac is the
most striking example of loyalty
and implicit faith and is fre-
quently referred to in the ser-
vice of the day not merely be-
cause it was to have occurred on
Rosh Hashonah. but because wi
hope to benefit by the noble act
on the par: of our for* faun r
Abraham who was about to i
the sacrifice The reason the
Sh far is usually made of a
ram's hern is to emphasize the
incident more strongly since il
was the ram that was finally of-
I by Abraham inst< .>d of his
son The sound of the Shofar on
New Year's Pay is intended to
emphasize the solemnity of the
occasion and to call for a searcl
ing examination of our deeds and
conduct during the past year
The old year is none and a
New Year is being ushered in.
What use have we made- ol our
time? How did we spend the
life given to us? The Shofar
reminds us of the real purpose
of life, Now in this day of Yom
Hadin, in the day of Judgment.
let us be united in our syna-
gogues and our organizations.
We must respect our leaders and
support our congregations as il
it written in the Pan k
separate thyself from the Con-
gregation." Every Jew must be-
long to a synagogue because the
gue of each city is the
place ol athi rings anil it is
.hat winch is doing much
.: us united. We
show our enemies that w,
are living in brotherly love and
thai we have our r< ligion and
Judaism in our heart.
Now when Israel and civiliza-
tion are facing this terrible war
MAY ALL ENIOY A NEW YEAR
REPLETE WITH HAPPINESS
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MESSAGE
by
I EVERETT R. CLINCHY I
(Director the National Confer- {
lence of Christians and Jews |
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 16)
H at ,.. |,i Judaism alive.
i arl "I Judaism is a kind
, ol the Spirit. In that
and. Christians join Jews
By exhibiting an
faith and I y working
j for the knul of society
ious ople want in the
States, we can take the
from opponents
Ji tnd Chris-
in the pr< sent crisis
work for national unity
Protestants, Catholics
and to fi sti r coopera-
m< mbers ol their
matters ol immon
the in as citizens. This
the National Conference
f C risl ians and J< ws is doing
g .\i ry citizen to do
During this period of world dis-
imp< rative that we
lo achieve the brother-
an undi r the Father-
: God in our own land.
., rallying call should be
unity mi ans national
h is just as necessary to de-
urselves from attack with-
fi mi without. One who
.Hi's tn defame any group
ol our citizenry, who attempts to
cast suspicion upon the honor or
honi sty or patriotic devotion of
thi members ol any religious or
racial nr<>up or implies that any
group is superior or inferior to
any other Kn.up. should be re-
garded as not only traitorous to
ui American institutions, but as
rmg with the effective mo"
bilization of our people into a
united front
America has an important mis-
sion m the world. This mission
i- to demonstrate that a p. ople
"I' many different strain
racial and religious origins can
live and work together in amity
arid understanding, and that we
can maintain and perfect tin- pro-
ci ssi n| di in..i racy even in a
world which holds them in ht-
''' Bard It is therefore our
most important internal task to
resist any efforts to nullify or
vitiate democratic processes, ami
to ii dedicate ourselves with re-
nt wed vigor to achieving closer
understanding and cooperation
among members of every faith
and group.
This task has long rang
well ms shorl term, implications.
We must think not only in trims
ol' this war period hut in terms
riod nf reconstruction
"' r thi war W< musl achieve
a human relations pattern which
is an example to tin .v< r d Wi
must make certain that during
; riod ol stn ss and tension
I" ri is no setback to the ^.....I
will efforts which we havi
been working for during tin past
fifteen years On the contrary,
because nerves are irritable and
'.impels short these days we
must work harder than ever be-
fore tn ci.at.' better understand-
ing.
This is the common task of
Jews and Christians today ami
the Jews have a splendid contri-
bution to make to it.
A PfJAYEfi FOR
THE M YEAR
by RABBI ABRAHAM A.
KELLNER
May the Father of Mercies.
who dwelleth on high in His
RABBI KELLNER
mighty compassion, remember
those loving upright and blame-
less ones, the holy congregations
who laid down their lives for the
sanctification of the divine name.
At this solemn moment when
We stand on the threshold of a
new year and tune our hearts to
our Father in Heaven, pouring
forth to Him thi tale i'i our soul.
this prayer of sublime beauty is
panicularly appropriate.
While every individual is pri-
marily concerm d v. tth the wel-
fare and happiness of bis own
beloved ones, praying mosl
vently for their salvation, we
must not for a moment lose
sight of the fact that a Jew nev-
er prays for himself alone, his
implorations to his Cod are al-
ways m behalf ol his fellow
Jews and fellow nun.
Ovenu MalkenuWe plead re-
peatedly. Our Father. Our Kmy.
help us, not merely help me.*'
Si i when we send forth our
supplications for a happy ami
blessed New Year, we pray espe-
cially lor our suffering breth-
ren who once again are die vic-
tims of all the physical and spir-
itual terror of the dark Middle
Agi -
Av Horachamim. Father of
Mercies look down from Thy
ho!y Habitation from Heaven
and see how your Childn n are
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they raise their sorrowful eyes
unto Thee, A'.- Horachamim.
Tin s. monstrous desci nd
of Teutonic ancestry do but il-
lustrate the "furor telllonn us.
the beastly instincts of wild ar.-
CONTINUED ON PAGE !*,
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Phone 5 3413
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vJen 1st fhoridliiaiin
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940
! More Christian Than The Christians
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The Jews Are Incorrigible Producers of ihe Prophetic
Anti-Nazi Type
by MAURICE SAMUEL
. .___ hi* mother by a told thorn that not they who
a. .760. He was an orthodox in advanc,to his moth prayed ostentatiously and by the
| Jew. The founder of Christum- ^ "~2BJewVh'ch. Eastern a,l of the synagogue
j ity was known to him only as rom a section ol J p^^
! h" **! symbo1 < a phu"h "k': ,N^Ths ignorance and Heaven, but they who brought
immemorially steeped In the spised foi its Ignoranc. ana humble and a contrite
blood of the Jews. Israel Baal couthness ("Can any good come to Him an humble and a contrite
He was not heart. He bade them take ni
(few bnoks hn*' bwn .him. i|.Mi. .1 with Kieali-i hri'i n. -s than Mr.
- muelo forthcoming nnulyain "i uiili-S'nililnm. Thnmiui Mann, out.
- uullim man < letti : m lime, has wild "i thin book: ".\" peltt-r
lInms has even been ulven of untl-Semltlmii an a nheiiomvnon fallln
iilde the field "i normal inejudieea anil antliHilhien and boloiifttng !
.;.','.!',I,' f the m-mon<.|o8lr..f. Th. I.....k I* ealeulated lo strengthen
. ,,.,1, ,,, v merlin leeli and \l* wn> "f life. I h. Ilntinituliihed
, ,,. p..,,,- van I'.ii-':. uftel readiiiK the manuyei-lm .'f "The (ireut
Hatred" called II "a hook Ilia I will Irrltnli I'oll.vnmin liheriiln, inlelleet-
iliiieaHei'M iiiofrwional H.....l-w lll-rx and i-omnlaet-n( I'hiidtiann. l-ut
drimj is || revel I! In hoiiPHl Meeker* after truth. October I,
,.,i \ Knopf |iublihed Maunei Samuel* "The lirent Hatred.;
; Whtrh thl* arl.....'- < v Ai '- *' i Kynill
let and Tile Jvwivh !' rlilliin an |>roud lo prewut tin.- niiRntentim
.,.,. .,r ..n. ..I ili. miwl Importitnt work* evei puldi*hed on the Jewish
The Kditor.i____________________________________________
It was Priedrich Nietzsche's*
nious and ignorant theory- *e post-Biblical history of their
red by certain others of the people.
Pagansthat the Jews "in- I shall therefore devote this l;,,-, Fathers
d" the doctrine of Chris- short article to a typical episode Israel. Master
t .. lity only for the benefit of in the post-Biblical history of
< gentile world. The Jews he Jewish peopleone which.
selves, saui Nietzsche, were incidi ntally, will also indicate
r taken in by the silly pro- that the Nazis are quite right in
nda of human love and ,on- attributing to the Jews an orig-
ration, but stood off. clung inal capacity for producing anti-
the ancient law ol eye-for-eye Nazi types und philosophies.
. .; tooth-for-tooth. and chuckled Then- was a man called Israel.
- they watched the innocent known also as the Baal Shem
les decline from their nat- Tov, or Master of the Good
war-lik'-nrss into slavish Name, who lived in Poland Wai-
itence lachia, eastern Europe, from 1700
1 his version ol the Jewish at-
SEES KSSiM a sms w
the doctrine which he taught, of Israel despised him.
the manner of his life and the He grew up among the poor
organization of his discipleship, and the ignorant, lived like and '
bear an astounding similarity to for them. His affection for the He loved to speak in parables.
the descriptions which we en- unlearned and the sinful brought which are today still cum,.;
counter in the New Testament, upon him the derision and en- among his followers. He ate and
This similarity is of course also tempt of the "leaders" of Is- drank with the people, and had
to be found in a St. Augustine rael. and his followers were ex- little use for fasting and
>r a St. Francis of Assisi; but communicated by the greatest
hey were students and followers Jewish scholar ol the time. F.li-
>f Christ, while Israel Baal Slum jah of Vilna. ... .. _
Tov would rather have burned H, travelled from town to HAPPY NEW YEAR
at the stake than read the Cos- town. Horn village to village.
there was any money in his
house. He would first distnbui.
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it the stake man read me wus- town, Horn village 10 village.
pels or the writing of the Chris- preaching to the simple folk. He JAMES M. FORREST
"l | 511 N. Miami Avenue
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of tin' Good
Name, was born of obscure peo
pli and according to the tra-
dition his birth was announced
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Dhonp ? 6SS1 401 S. W 3 Ave
...;, toward Christianity is not
i |y ignorant; it Is fantastic and
.,: vnk nt But we may note
at it is. in one way or another.
ared by many Jews, who con-
,., r it intellectually disreput-
.:.! t" know something about
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PHONE 2 3992
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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PAGE NINETEi:;
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PALESTINE CARRIES ON '
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hy LOUIS LIPSKY
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National Co-Chaiiman, United Palestine Appeal I
The Great War which will made prisons for the Jews in
make or break modern civiliza- every corner of continental Eu-
non spreads with an almost ir- rope. Palestine, the haven and
resistible force and covers the the homeland, must also serv*
arger part of Europe. Also as the vessel in which Jewish
Palestine, the land of Jewish life continues to develop nor-
hope, is at war. Several bomb- mally. uninterruptedly. It takes
raids have occurred and in over, more and more, the brok-
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COLONIZATION CONTINUES IN PALESTINE
Comparable community of Jews
Tn any part of the world.
The trials of war are not new
to the Jews of Palestine. They
had their baptism >> tire during
the Arab disturbances. In the
four years of bitter attack be-
ginning in April. 1936. the Jews
were subject! d to a period of
challenge in which their resour-
ces and courage were put to the
severest test. Tin Jewish com-
munity emerged with its strength
consolidated and industrial life
acclimated to weather all storms.
The Yishuv has learned to
maintain its normal lift'. It ad-
heres to its constructive pro-
gram in the face of adverse and
abnormal conditions, in the fact
of events that shake the whole
world. The s.lf-sufficiency de-
veloped in the days of disorder
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economic dislocations and the
commercial and industrial in-
terruptions resulting from the
outbreak of war. The heroic
self-defense groups organized by
Jewish settlers to maintain the
work of colonization are the nu-
cleus of the defense of Jewish
Palestine today. The new loads
made to improve communica-
tions between Jewish areas, to
reach new colonies in outlying
districts, are now valuable aids
in the defense of the entire
country.
While rural life and agricul- i
ture are the backbone of the
economic structure of the Jew-
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940
MESSAGE OF HOPE
FORTHE NEW YEAR
by RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
"Shnas Li Alter L'Chayim
Tovim."
"Life and Peace to all Israel
and Humanity."'
At this period of human de-
struction, when life has ceased
i be of any value, when the lives
hundredSi of thousands, nay
nillions, hang in the balance
iring this unnecessary, unpre-
cedented sacrifice of human life
which the world is daily witness-
gwe are stirred by only one
arningwe pray ti.nl for but
e thingLIFE"Kosvaen B-
safer Ha Chayim"Inscribe us
the Book of Life."
Si >lomon said long ago. There
- nothing new under the sun"
md though we in this age of new
nventions know that this does
not hold in its entiretyyet as
e gather experience we learn
at human nature is the same
the world nver. that human ex-
irience repeats itself with mo-
otonous regularity, that history
is like a continuous encore. It
may in fact be claimed, and the
claim maintained, that world .
history, when reduced to its ele- |
nents is but a'series of ten or
fifteen records which are put
successively into a phonograph :
if human symphonic machinery
and when they are finished it is I
back again to, the old record.
Noting this phenomenon, there
has arisen the proverb. History i
repeats itself. Verily, that is all j
t is. repetition That is why |
Solomon long ago said, "There I
s nothing new under the sun.'"
Rosh Hashono tells us (before
our present time or world) the
story of legend of the creation
of worlds and their destruction.
This seems to be so unique as to
have happened but once in all
history, and then the record was
broken. Nothing of the sort.
Would that were the case. As
a matter of fact it repeats itself
over and over again in every
century since the story or leg-
end was established, since Satan
matched with the Almighty.
The real motif is dark and sinis-
ter, black tragedy. As the per-
sonification of hate. Satan had
risen to destroy world after
world,
Oh, that is an old and impos-
sible story, you say. A novel. I
drama, but things do not hap-
pen that way outside the Arab-
ian nights Just think of it.
Satan destroying world after
world until the Almighty puts
an end to the destruction, and
causes our present world to
evolve, That is nonsense, you
saj Nevertheless it is true. Not
only in the worlds preceding
mi's:It is true today in every
land where Jews dwellthe
same characters tread the stage
the same charges against people
are made, the same motif, the
same means of salvation are at
hand.
Permit me to show how five
dramatic moments in Jewish
history vocalize the past and in-
sinuate the future. And how
such moments are applicable to
humanity as well.
The first episode that I choose
is the meeting between Rabbi
Yochanan Ben Zakki, and Ves-
pesian, the Roman general, so
vividly portrayed in Feucht-
wanger's book 'Joseph us. Vis-
ualize the striking contrast of
personalities. One is a scholar.
a member of the Judean San-
hedrin. whose only shield and
weapon is the scroll of the law;
the other is a soldier, and offi-
cial representative of the far
flung Roman empire, the sym-
bol of physical force and mili-
tary power.
"What brings you here?" asks
the Roman general. "I come at
the risk of my life." replies the
Judean Rabbi. "The zealots in
Jerusalem in their passion and
patriotism would bitterly resent
this audience. But I had to fol-
low my conviction. 1 know ih it
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the Judean state is doomed, that
the gates of Jerusalem will soon
crash and crumble. In view ol
this realization. I wish to make
one request, an insignificant re-
quest as far as you are con-
cerned. Give me Yavneh. the
little Philistine city on the i
boundary of Judah." "Why do
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you want it?" asks the general
curiously. "Why do you want
Palestine'.'" comes the reply
'You want it as a political fence
against neighboring nations. I
want Yavneh as a spiritual fence
guarding the law. I want to es-
tablish there a center of learn-
ing." The request is granted and
the incident is forgotten. But
the moment is fraught with tre-
mendous significance The con-
viction that Judaism is not a po-
litical state but a a spiritual law
and therefore can survive be-
yond geographical boundary
ines must have been reached by
Rabbi Ben Zakkai after deep
and earnest thinking on the sub-
ject. Otherwise, he could no!
lossibly have reacted so calmly
to the later report of the fall of
erusalem, saymg: "Let charity
oui love of mankind take die
place of burnt offerings The
moment when scholar and sol-
dier met marked the culmination
of this conviction. And this dra-
matic moment also adumbrated
the future For were it not for
Yavneh. Judaism would not
have survived in subsequent cen-
turies. The Very presence of a
modern Hebrew University on
Mt. Scopas. the place from which
the Roman soldiers threw their
firebrands which kindled die
Temple, testifies to Ben Zakkai's
vision and foresight.
This leads me to a second dra-
matic episode which is only a
continuation of the same trend
of thought. We now come to the
tenth century. The center of
Jewish learning is no longer Pal-
estine but Babylon. Four dis-
tinguished Rabbis are sent out
from Babylon to the Jew:-:
Diaspora, their mission being die
collection ol contributions, "or
the Babylonian academies of
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ng They arc taken zaptive
rates and are carried to
fferent countries. Spam.
Egypt and Franc.' The
communities of Ihese
... ransomed the captives
; considering the event of
-: ecial significance But
appens'.' These four R
. \iic. strangers in str ingi
succei d in i stablishing
iii w centers ol li arning.
dissi minating ihe .\ ord
: | among the Is
- a miracuclous 'ontinua-
the Ben Zakkai
Ben Zakkai brought the
from Jerusalei
From Yavneh. it w 'is
i Babylon, from Babylon
carried to the four coun-
tTi thi s scholars
In fugi
is the n Jewish
that while darkni ss en-
- one pan ol our woi Id.
illumines anothi r, that
. one Jewish center is being
, ,1. another horizon if
. comes into view It you
to see a dramatic illustra-
: this fact, l<-t us move on
end ol the 15th century
Spam now the center of
oui attention The Jews <>f
who but a few centuries
were ready to welcome
-:... gi rs at the gates of this
mtry, are now themselves
m .1 to become < xiles. In
n onth ol April of the year

14!i2. the decree ol expulsion is
proclaimed and m the month of
August of the same year, the de-
ci i is executed Is it not a
strange coincidence that in April.
Columbus is commissioned to un-
di rtake his voyage to the new
world and in August Columbus
actually sails from Spam to-
wards the promised land? The
latti r. as pointed out by Peter
Wi( rnik in his "History ol the
Jews in Al a, is really a
n markable coincidi nee The ex-
pulsion dt the Ji ws took .
on the second day ol August,
which coincided with the ninth
day of the J. wish month. Av.
known in Jewish tradition as
Tish bi-Av." t.ic nay commem-
rating t struction :
Now it ust -'
that Columbus sailed on his mo-
mentous voyage the day aft( i
the third day of Au ist, and the
which were carrying away
gs ol xpatriati d Jews
from the country in which their
Stors dwelt for more than
eight centuries, sighted that lit-
tle fleet of three sailing vessels
which was destined to open up
a n< .'. world, a world that was to
become a home for homeless
and a haven ol refuge for the
oppressed on earth Was not this
an echo of the promise given to
Abraham as mentioned in the
Portion of Law read m all the
Synagogues this past Sabbath:
"Get thee out of thy country and
from thv kindred and from thy
father's house unto the land that
I Will show thee'.'"
This is the secret ol Jewish
continuity throughout the ages.
that we never have a total
eclipse of the SUI1 of hope in
Jewish life: that we can always
find a ray of light in the midst
of tin- darkest situations and cir-
cumstances. I believe one ol
the gloomiest periods in Jewish
history was the period preceding
the rise of Israel Baal Slum
Fov. tin- founder ol tne chasidic
lage and plunder, the Jewish
orumunity ol Eastern Europe,
ards the end of the 17th cou-
nt at thi' beginning of
the th cent iry As a result of
cossack revolt with its pil-
. w a.- in a stall- of absolute
1' was to tins devital-
.. a com m unit y resembling
dry boi that
Israel Baal Slum Tov came with
f n -infection in his
nds Who was Israel Baal
S The pi rsonality of ihis
man is wrapped in mystery A
miracle man he was called and
a miracle man he proved to be.
: with his mere appearance, a
mystic movement came into be-
ing, destined to cast a spell of en-
chantment over a pale and pov-
erty stricken Jewish community
The Chasidic movement is no
longer flourishing but the spir-
itual theme of the movement
which is the triumph of love ov-
er hate, faith over bar. joy over
despair will never be forgotten,
and the motto of this movement
is still remembered in Jewish
life: 'Worship God through g! id-
ness, come before Him with
song/'
Finally we come to the fifth
dramatic moment which takes us
to comparatively modern times,
th.' iillh century This cent
around the Dreyfus episode in
France Again, let us visu llizi
the pictun Before the eyes :
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ish Homeland, industry has had
an ever-increasing influence in
developing the absorptive ca-
pacity of the land. The first
:mpact of the war snook its in-
dustrial and commercial life to
its foundations. But these dis-
ruptions have stimulated the in-
' find the new ways for a better
life. Today, all their uncertain-
ties have been resolved by the
simple formula of returning to
the soil as pioneers in Palestine
As tillers of the soil, they re-
cover an appreciation of the
value and meaning of creation:
the significance of life. As ref-
ugees finding themselves back
again in their own home, they
know and cherish the value of
a homeland. They are prepared
to defend that Homeland to the
last which makes their sacrifice
NEW INDUSTRIES ESTABLISHED IN PALESTINE
The doting of ihe Mediterranean to normal shipping lia neeetillated
readjustment of llir economic llrurture of the Jr\i>li community in 1'alrMinr.
Many new indiuiriei luxe been established to provide for ihe needs of Near
r.ai-iern countries, resulting in an expansion of Industrial activity. Among the
new industries is the manufacture of pharmaceutical products which ha\e
alnradv found large market* in g>pt and Ssria. With the cooperation of the
I nitert Palestine Appeal. Palestine industry has been enabled to meet ihe
economic recession created by the war. American Jews are contributing to
the continued rebuilding and development of the Jewish National Home
through the United Jewish Appeal for Refugee:, and Overseas Needs of which
the United Palestine Appeal. Joint Distribution Committee and National
Refugee Service are the constituent agencies.
troduction of a variety oi new
industries which have made Pal-
estine the focal point of increased
trade with the entire Near East.
The resilience of the Jewish
spirit in Palestine is due large-
ly to the fact that its lite is
rooted in the soil. Young refu-
gees have been torn by conflicts
of the spirit, induced by anti-
Semitic oppression under the '
Nazi regime Their view of life
has been disturbed, disorganized,
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* Jewish ftorkUan
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
mi
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BED IS SEEN FOR
RELIGIOUS IDEALS
A New Year's Message by
RABBI DAVID L. ZIELONKA
Tampa. Florida
- haos in the world today
,>! many individuals 10
selves the important
Wh> i< the world
,. ..a languish in such a
.,.,> As we gather to-
. this Rosh Hashono we
be thinking the same
seeking answer lo
daughters, Christianity and Mo- the role of religious teacher to
hammedanism, followed suit, the worldnot the religion of
And as a consequence of our lax- narrow sectarianism but the re-
ity nun arose- who teach the ligion ol human brotherhood and
philosophy of hate in the plaee of understanding. Through, the cen-
the ideal of love: the language tunes ours has been the pecu-
of pettiness instead of the voice
of universal understanding; the
principles of violence, injustice,
and insincerity in lieu of our pro-
: l
quei
P>
I itl
and
one universal chorus,
and women tell us
. in terms of the need
,, ligion and religious
President oi our be-
amed that
"' llu'
religion. This chal-
, b. ol special int( I
,, h and evi rj J( who
laism the urge for
Hist ice. m rev
usness Of old our
.. ain d th< ir adhi r-
:. achings of God as
b> prophi :-. sages.
hers We began our pil"
;. through the centuries
:-. ol ,! v<"' Daughter faiths were
. and carried our ideals
their millions ol followers.
g : irtunately we l-t our re-
li als become men and
m our lives and our
RABBI

DAVID
teachings
11
ZiELONKA
social ius-
GREETINGS
WM. B. LaBAW
Accountant
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tice
Rosh Hashono is a day of in-
dividual religious and secular
stock-taking We are called up-
on to survey our lives and to re-
solve so to live as to in worthy
sons and daughters ol the great
covenant ot Judaism Now is
the Una' for us to again assume
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liar task of being a religious peo-
ple with a religious duty to per-
form.
May this Rosh Hashono see us
rededicating ourselves to the full
and good life. May it find us
working with all men of good
faith toward that day when the
ideal of the brotherhood of man
and the Fatherood of God shall
cease being a mere ideal and be-
come an actuality upon this
earth. May God keep watch OV-
i r you and may He grant unto
you and yours a year of health,
happiness and contentment,
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHARLES G.
HANNOCK
DADE COUNTY SURVEYOR
PALESTINE
CURRIES ON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 22)
Jewry maintained its strong ties
with Palestine, giving enormous
support to the work of recon-
struction. Today, the Diaspora
in Europe is a broken shell. It
nas not only ceased to provide
spiritual and material assistance
to others, but it has been re-
duced to appalling helplessness.
with Pal.stin. its benefactor in-
stead of its beneficiary. Euro-
pean Jewry is in a State of utter
dependency
The J.ws in Palestine must
naturally, therefore, turn to th<
Jewish community in America
for increased support to take the
place of the losses incurred by
n ason of the enforced d< I iuM
of European Jewry Throughout
the past two decades American.
Jews have had a major shan in
the rebuilding ol the Jewish Na-
tional Home. They have contrib-
uted with great generosity io
the national funds over a period
of twenty years. They have
helped build its coloniesthey
have nourished its industries
they have established and main-
tained its educational institu-
tionsthey have helped build
its citiesthrough the United
Palestine Appeal which is in-
cluded in the United Jewish Ap-
peal. The present world Jew-
ish situation has placed a far
greater responsibility upon the
Jews of America than they have
ever before carried. In the
months to come. American Jew-
ry may be called upon to shape
the destiny of the Jewish Home-
land in Palestine, just as it will
be expected to take the i.ad in
determining the future of the
Jewish peopl. as a whole. Fn m
what it has done in the past, it
may be anticipated that Ameri-
can Jewry will fulfill its tasks
with g< ni rosity. intelligence,
dignity and in in, and
it u will not forget J> m
1 lem and Zion
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
* Je w is ft Ifhiriidliiciiin
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940
MESSAGE Of HOPE
FGRTHENEWYEAR
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 21)
Herzl, of Jewish descent but en-
tirely unknown in Jewish life.
This pathetic scene touches him
so deeply and so profoundly that
he goes away determined to de-
fend the honor of his people,
and in a while heal, gives poetic
embodiment to the Old Zion
dream in Jewish life. Simultan-
eously, a leader and a move-
ment springs forth destined to
open a new chapter in Jewish
history. For Herzl. the founder
of modern Zionism, accomplished
a two-fold purpose He gave a
new hope to thousands of Jew-
ish people and he sanctified Jew-
ish suffering, saying. "Jus: as
the poet weaves songs out of his
own pain, so shall we prepare
from out of our own suffering
the redemption of mankind in
whose service we are."
Thest five dramatic moments
five links in the golden chain
of Jewish history, It
11
the the power of Rome, four the eyes of catastrophe. We havi
Rabins taken captive and sent succeeded in surviving because
into exile, a flourishing Jewish never in all history has catas'.ru-
community expelled from Spain, phi' been accepted as the fatal
a whole Jewish community in conclusion Just as we dare not
Eastern Europe crushed and do- believe that the world is :-on-
V'italized. a Dreyfus insulted and demncd to destruction, that its
humiliated who could foresee humanity has lost its potency:
even a ray of hope in any of these that civilization will succumb
situations'' And yet every event to barbarism, so we refuse to ac-
was destined to open a new door cept the darkness of tins day .1-
of hope in Jewish life. It is in- the everlasting climate of the
deed, a message of undying failii j Jewish people and humanity.
that these lessons in Jewish his- j This note of hope Rosh Hash- veloping
tory bring to our people. En- ono teaches us. Thi> awe-mspir-
couraged by these inspiration >1
moments, we should never be-
come the victims of doub' and
ing season teaches us that what
we need in our human life at
this moment both Jew and Chris-
despair even in the darkest per- tian, is less fear and mole faith:
lods of our life but should con- less passion and more compas-
tinue to voice the luminous .'on- sion; less selfishness and more
viction of the Psalmist. "Weep- selfessness; less helplessness and
ing may tarry for the night bo- more helpfulness: less hatred
joy cometh in the morning.'
that separates men and
more
And yet in the gravest period 'ove that unifies men Then
of our history with evil ram- will the sorrow ol mankind unite
pant, bent on forcibly excluding us ;llul ,lu' vision of our millio-
ns from many lands in which diate common happiness keep us determined
THE NEW YEAH
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 171
cestors. History records that
they were fashioning drinking
cups from, the skulls of their
dead at the time when our an-
cestors were expounding and de-
the most ethical code
of human conduct of all time.:
"Av Horachamim." With tears
in our eyes do we look up unto
Thy heavenly abode and ask
you to take into account the in-
nocent blood of Thy humble ser-
vants.
"Av Horachamim," we arc
steadfastly clinging unto Thee
and hopmg for Thy boundless
mercy. In this faith we cannot
be shaken neither by persuasion
nor by threat. We are firmly
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To All our Jewish Frii i-
LONDON HAT &
SHOE SERVICE
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GREETINGS

WILLIAM MAHER
we are living: with the springs
of renewed hatred and prejudice
gushing forth again and inun-
dating all Europe, we utter our
words to Jews scattered die
world over: "Do not despair:
is such cease not to hope for redemption
nts that render Jewish his- through the power of righteous-
tory a story stranger than fie- ness." For despair would be the
tion. Some people may not see ultimate sin, So long as we
in these episodes only sheer co- stand up against attack with res-
incidence; other may see in them olute faith, the destroyers i,
the irony of fate. To me. they powerless, Thousands may fall.
rev, al the finger of God in Jew- crushed under the feet ol bar-
ish history, for the remarkable barians: the work of generations
thing about all these incidents may be destroyed: but faith in
is the unexpected suddenness survival is the essence of resist-
together: then, indeed, will we
have a "Shnas I.iAlter Li
Chayim Tovim." Life and Hap-
piness to all Israel and Human-
ity.
markable example <( our holy
ancestors We sul mit our pit i
unti> Thee for a speedy redem] -
tion from our miseries fur the
greater glory "i Thy Name Av
Horachamim.

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
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52 NORTH EAST 25th STREET
PHONE 3-4088
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It is the keystone of de-
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ook into
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turns out to be a new sour e of
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~TJ
i UoreChristianThanThe Christians '
the man, ami in ill, other ill'- wife and children Nor would
I :.-- they Mil scribe i i the di I
heart whenever vicarious atonemtnt (though the
The Jews Are Incorrigible Producers of the Prophetic
An'.i-Nczi Type
by MAURICE SAMUEL
CONTINUED FROM
PAGE 18)
,l the flesh, He
streets and die
cation
ted th<
places, not the a
:i, notables, and he
the doctrine ol love
He said: "Do
T13
rfulness
plain that you cannot
every day? Have no
are your
you
ir sufferings
Trust me: The
sued from his
| he had his m ighbor
, u returning from th< Hous
> "i s .\' I tl : roan was
I hi And
I M placi is in
| Paradise:"
"Win n you pray." taught Is-
ia, I, Master ol the Good N ime.
"be cIh'i rful, lik a son who
il wa> for -lands in the ; of lus be-
Ihe two mi n love d fath. r Ev< n if you havi
sinn, d. and are repenting, do
not wi ep."
Such w< re the sayings of [s-
rael. Master of the Good Nam,
foai
lal ored all day
vening just managi s
. m an amen" to some-
prayer, attracts the at-
th Upper Worlds.
I us! How he
has pa U\\ i have
' m"' Thus
and
Thi > a, i, brought before
the Heavenly Court, and the
scholar was aski d "Wh il
you do with your life?" He an-
d: "My life was di dicated
I sanctity I n ad
the sacri through so
times, with all :., m
"f the wise mi n "
upon ii,, Accusing '.'
"True, h, prayi ,1 and stud- .,, ji;lr
a d n ti h But whi n he passed
beli
ertaii Cl assidim v. ia n Chassi-
m v\ as declining i Mori i ivi r
name ol Jesus has becom
synonymous with the rack and
thi stake.
Win re, then, did Israel and thi
Chassidim gi I thi si curious
"Christian" >rac-
tices, this di mocracy. this love
of the plain folk, this repudia-
tion of the haughty scholars?
The answer is simple: Fn m ex-
ictly the same source as Jesus,
but l y ether chanm Is For the
ish,
inti ti -', ii
here. Are thi
tian than I
they. Jews i

than Cl ist pei iple? I can-
not discovi r any
A ancient I i
CONTINUED ON PAGE 29
which he implant- Christian morality has lived on
id among his disciples also bear among the Jews, with whom u
a curious affinity to what Jesus originated, as persistently as
taught. Many disciples left among the non-Jews, to whom it
lgels and seraphs tr m- his neighbor the laborer on tin- book,
Ami
i
- voice.

. as m a city a might)
frequenter of ihe
Study, and near him
: oor laborer Early ev-
ing the scholar rose,
picked ni' "is heavy prayer-
; phylacteries, likewise
il books, and proceed
thi House ol Prayer and
At the same hour the
arose and went out
From dawn till neon 3
.,! prayi d and studied.
..,- greatly satisfied with
V had fulfilled tin
law Ai I as he proceeded home
ild al .vaj s ncounter the
rei a ho was only thi n
running to the House of Prayer
, a word with God
.'. i mid smile in
I say to himself:
rable i| noramus! He
,, hour .,- I. and
praj And
aborei i l: his neighbor
prayei shawl and phy-
>acr< d hooks .-. ould
bittei : an and saj
treel he -mill d contemptuous-
> Then a voice was hi ard
"Let the scale.- he brought "
Tiny placed in one of the scales
all the sacred hooks which die
ir had studied, and m die
other the smile of contempt And
the smile of contempt was heav-
ier. Thereupoi tne verdict
came' "His place is in Hell'"
Than the laborer was brought
to judgment, and they asked
him: "What did you do with
Hi' answered: "I la-
bon d day and nighl to feed my
ind children 1 had no time
to pray as one should, let alone
study the sacred hooks" Then
the Defending Angel said: "Bring
the scales again." Tiny placi d
in one scale all the ignorance of
wealth and family, wife and
parents, to follow him. and listen
Like Jesus. Israel, Mas-
ter ol the Good Name, wrote no
and the record was put
down by his disciples, almost a
gem ration after his death. The
Chassidim were much attached
to baptism, or immersion. And
a deep-rooted institution among
them was the lave least (c f the
Christian Agapai I,
Now the name of Jesus was
anathi ma to those pious Jews.
because they would not suh-
scribe to a human son-ship of
Cod Israel. Master of the Good
Name, was a plan man. with
';<- transplanted, and it
down to Israel. Master of the
Good Name. 1 y specifically I, ..
ish channels. Christ was repu-
diated on doctrinal grounds
alone, and the repudiation
fortified by
persecution
was
Hut his
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fJenisti ihrkHkun
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940
JEWiSH PEOPLE
SEARCH 01 SOUL
by
RABBI MANUEL GREENSTEIN
West Palm Beach. Florida
Rosh Hashono is at hand. An-
other year will scon have spun
its thread on the loom of time
, ciiinc a part ol the undis-
: pattern ol Jewish life.
Si 01 the J> wish people as m
centuries of years will gather in
its sanctuaries to bid farewell to
a departing year and to greet
|i n song and I r i
.. n of the new yeai
laj marks a crossroad for
wish people when it |
to take note of the turn ol evi nts.
.. .,'.1 the occurrence s
passing year, and to take
., mental journey into an uncer-
and untried future. The
world has always viewed that
re with apprehension, with
leep sense of uncertainty.
and perhaps the Jewish people
will tmd a messagi ol hope and
faith m the midst of discouragi -
ment and despair, hopelessness
and confusion. Perhaps it will
realize anew, as it has don.' for
centuries in the past that the
great Judgi ol all times, our
Father in Heavi n. will not tor-
it in its most despairing
moment.
At the junction of the old and
the new year the Jewish people,
as n enters into us synagogue
and temples will search its own
soul, and will evaluate in light of
its own thought the status of the
affairs of men in general, and its
own destiny in particular. A pan-
orama of world conditions will
flash by. and passing before n
will be the scenes ol the wide-
spread destitution, the murder-
ous assault upon nations and
peoples, the inner disintegration
which is threatening to under-
mine the very foundations ot
civilization. It will not fail to
note with despair its own threat-
ened destruction, and it will soon
oehold the precanousness of its
, own life which is more distress-
1 mg than it has ever been before.
[it will realize quickly that in
' tne train ol a world war conies
ail that is hateful to the human
Heart and the Jew is always the
napless victim of this sinister
combination of evils. Unorgan-
izi d and defenseless he is a
prey to all hate and fear of un-
civilized nations.
The Jewish people will seek
on us New Years day a glimpse
ol hope in the many discordant
notes rising trom tar and near,
it will seeK a buoy tor its spirit
enable it to face whatever
may come in tne course ol the
nporary atiairs. it will at-
K mpt to inn rpr I the world de-
spairing svati in the light ol its
universal aspect, ana gather
thereirom an altitude ol mind
witn wnich it will be able to
the tuture courageously,
ti is judgement aay according
to the J< wisn tradition wnen
Ood i onsidi i- the good and evil
oi nun and decrees accordingly.
Nations, too. come under ttlS
scrutiny and it IS "decreed wnicn
countries are destined lor the
sword and wnicn for peace,
which for famine and wlncn for
pll liiv.' 'llle Jewish people
mid in its Kosh Hashono service
a deeper faith in the ultimate
righteousness ol the ways ol
i.oa it will realize on this
hosn Hashono tnai tne present
contusion has its meaning and
purpose It will gather greater
laith from the despair and dis-
couragement. Like the hero of
Shalom Asch's fine classic Kld-
dush Hashem who out of his
deep despair came forth With a
more proiound faith, so will the
Jewish people find faith in the
tragedy which is its own. The
hero, 'a victim of the Ghemel-
nicki perecutions appears shat-
tered and broken, bereft of all
that was dear unto him. In this
mood he walks into the market
place in Lublin. He sees an old
man standing before an empty
booth crying his wares. -What
are you selling'.' Is not your
booth empty'.'" he asked the mer-
chant, to which the old man re-
plied. "I sell faith." So will the
Jewish people enter in to its
synagogues and temples to gath-
er deeper faith from its intense
tragi dy. It will catch from out
of the chaos and confusion a
fresh vision of the meaning and
the indispensableness of faith
Then truly will it cry out in the
words of the Psalmist. "From
I, pth have I called Thee, o
God." Human nature is si con
stituted that when man is com-
fortable and sustained by favor-
ing circumstances, he can be
without localise to Until.
without thinking deeply about
human problems, but when de-
spair comes upon him, the soul
Ol the man stands lonely and
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 31)
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MR. AND MRS.
A. W. HOOVER
and
The NATIONAL TITLE CO.
Huntington Building
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and
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A HAPPIER
NEW YEAR
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GREETINGS
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SINCERE WISHES FOR A
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To My Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
ROY R. WELTON
W EL T O N
INSURANCE AGENCY
LANGFORD BUILDING
PHONE 3 8658
SHDLEM LODGE
FELICITATIONS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 32)
powers, through a medium
which commands respect, if for
no other reason than because ol
us potency and numerical
strength.
Today, therefore, as We ap-
proach this New Year, although
we may have sympathy and
hope for oar brethren across Lhi
sea. yet we lure can look for-
ward to tomorrow with gr< iti r
optimism for the lives of our
brethren. We can give prayc r to
EEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAY WRIGHT
AUCTIONEER
PHONE 2-2860
For An Auction Use The
"WRIGHT WAY"
the Lord who has enabled us to
band together that we may with
strength go forward into the
New Year with renewed hop,
and happiness.
It is with the sincerest pleas-
ure and honor, as President of
Sholem Lodge No. 1024 of B'nai
B'rith. Miami. Florida, that
greetings to ill the world is ,
tend" d for a Happy New Year
with the deepest of gratitudi
the Peace afforded us during
this past year.
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
A MOST IIAIM'V NEW YEA!
MARTIN F. VEGUE
and ASSOCIATES
L. M. ANDERSON
DENTAL SUPPLY CO.
Huntington Building
PHONE 2-4195
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Cars Called for and Delivered
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SERVICE STATION
7791 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 7.9296
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
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AND 1 10 1 FAMILY til Sll',-,1
MIAMI IlKAl'H
PHONE 5-5501
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS-
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU ABUNDANT
HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
G. M. C. TRUCK CO.
RICHARD H. DONOVAN, Manager
PHONE 3-3347 1720 N. E. 2nd AVE.
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
GRAHAMS DAIRY
PHONE 8-2151
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To My Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
WILSON'S DRUG STORE
Phone 8 2212
201 Palm Ave.
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To My Many Frends
CARROL TURNER
i
Turner's Sport Shop I
Sincere Wishes
FOR THE NEW YEAR
LIONEL E. AND
DONALD E. LEVEY
TOPS-ALL ROOFING
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PHONE 8-2525
3333 N. W. S. River Drive
Phone 2-6937
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
And May You Have Abundant Happiness and Prosperity
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PHONE 2-8572 1731 N. W. 34th STREET
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To My Many Jewish Friends
JOHN S. MAGLEY
SHENANDOAH
CANDY KITCHEN
PH-iNE 4-4241
514 S. W. 22nd Avenue
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
William Homa
ESTATE COUNSELOR
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ANNUITIES
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of Newark. N. I.
PHONE 3-7395 1514 CONGRESS BLDG.
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+Jewist fhridHcin
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
| A JEWISH WHO'S WHO |
[OF SPORTS FOR 5700!
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by IRV KUPCINET
Seven Arls Sports Editor
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It was Gottlieb who ran md
passed Rutgers to its first vie-
torj over Princeton in a'mi
yi ars, Another sensational $ a-
son in his senior year, and (iott-
11 'b is hailed ,-,s another Gol I-
or Luckman and ,
wi uld havi it, he later i.-i
1 y 'h Chii it Card al
professional league, ilu re becom-
ing a team | the I ir-
i Marshall Gold ei V
a power in south-
< rn footl al thi Ci in n Talc
; captained by a Jewish boy.
Harry Newman, twice honored
on Seven Arts Feature's All-
American team Again Newman
proves himself one I An
outstanding guards Other col-
leges have their own Jewish
star.- Mi ndelsohn al Pel
vania, Kaplan at Tulane, Mon
sky at Nebraska. Levy at Minne-
sota. Civ. nbaum at the now "re-
Wishing Our Jewish Friends ,ind Patroni A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Is Tishri of the Ji wisii
37CO Throughout the I ind
youngsters an
training, not for war l ui
tball. and among nt is
portion of J> w .
I i| standing c o u r a g e o u
Hiding iin mselves into
At dear old Rutgers
Art Gott lieb, a si ky
under, who the > ..r pre-
had reached nai ion \. ide
for his brilliant, one-man
against mighty > 'ritu eton
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TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST JOYOUS NEW YEAR
JOHN S. BABER
Constable. Miami Bearh
Phone 6-1911 6190 Pine Tree Drive
A Happy New Year
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MIAMI TRANSIT COMPANY
tired" University of Chicago.
Cantor at U. S. L. A.. Goldberg
at Buffalo. Miller at New York
University, Roth of Cornell and
Stern of Buckjicll. Benneh
Friedman, probably the All-Time
Jewish football star, is just start-
ing another campaign with his
City College of New York foot-
ballers, and. as usual, is molding
a ii: at tram out of a minimum of
material.
OCTOBER (Heshvan)
It's getting chillier and blank-
ets are now in style for Sunday
eons at the professional
.....tball tames. The pros are
stealing the collegians thunder.
Mor peopl are getting inter
ested More than 1.500.000 are
going to see the play-for-paj
hoys ei\- the season i nds in 1)
cember Two reasons for the
"up" in atti ndance are a couple
"I Ji v. ish hoy.-.Sul Luckman
and Marshall Goldberg. Luck-
man. thi : rmer All-American
ick from Columbia,
amul great fanfare with the
Bears, while Goldberg, three-
time All-American from Pitts-
burgh, sims with another Chi-
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To Our Jewish Friends
and Patrons
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BALDWIN INSURANCE
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PHONE 2-8181
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SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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Local No. 133
MIAMI. FLORIDA
236 West Flagler Street
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To My Jewish Friends
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TILLEY'S GARAGE
& SERVICE STATION
Ph. 2-9167, 303 N. W. 5th St.
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PHONE 3-7627
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To Our Many Jewish Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PHONE 4-3114
For Raw and
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cago team, the Cardinals. Luck-
man, playing with a great team,
becomes one of the rookie sensa-
tions of the National Football
League. Goldberg, playing with
a mediocre team, fails to attain
his coll,-mate heights but is rec-
ognized as a star performer de-
spite lack of team cooperation.
Phil Handler, veteran line coach.
agains mold- a rugged forward
wall for the Cardinals. Other
Jewish players in the league fare
well"Buckets" Goldberg, squat
and shaped like a bulldog, is out-
standing guard with Grei n Ba
Packers. who Won the league
championship by defeating New
york; Leo Disend. tackle for
Brooklyn Dodgers; Babe Patt.
SINCERE WISHES FOR I
A HAPPY NEW YEAR i
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PHONE 2-8496
116 N. E. 6^ Street
former Carnegie star and later
sold by Detroit to Cleveland: Al
Katz, center for Philadelphia;
Dave Smukler. Philadelphia full-
back, and rat. d as one of the
best m the game, who, a fi w
months later, startles the sports
World by announcing, after Phil-
phia traded him to Detroit,
that he was quitting the gridiron
to jom the Army!
NOVEMBER (Kislev)
first flurries of si an
seen and basketballs an
tossed with reckless abandon .
Luckman and Goldberg and
'CONTINUED ON PACE 301
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E. I. DANIEL. Manager
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BROOKS SPRINKLING SYSTEMS
Phone 3-8497 2140 N. Miami Avenue
MR. and MRS. HYMAN S. JACOBS
AND DAUGHTER
of Atlanta, Georgia
WISH FOR THE MEMBERS OF
B'NAI B'RITH AND ALL JEWRY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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M
URRHY TERMITL CO.
Get "The BestForqet the Rest"
TERMITE ERADICATIONWOOD PRESERVING
100 N. E. 24th St. Phone 2-4:07
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1101 N. E. First AvenueMiami. Florida
PHONE 2 8653
GASOLINE. OIL. LUBRICATION. WAX. POLISH
BATTERIES. TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940

SPIRIT
IS FRIGHTENLD
reporter, Tlio reporter is con-
ci rned with today. For him there
was no yesterday and there will
be no tomorrow He records on-
ly what he sees nowthe super-
ficial, the obvious. His lenses
have no third dimension. But
A New Year's Message, by
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
Like a person who fears to look
into a mirror after a long illness,
because he knows that he will
not see his former self, even so
does Israel apprehend with re-
luctance th.- exanvnation of
events in the past year and the
looking into u-.e mirror < I fac
The past year has changed the
face of the earth, figuratively
I literally. The world today
stands bewildered and disillus-
ioned. The Strong and sure
inundations upon which it had
I Ided its life, have been rude-
ly shaken Th.' human spirit
stands today frightened, weight-
ed down with apocalyptic fore-
boding, as if awaiting the crash
And yet, Israel has : ici I i nd
will face all the new 5 .' .r- ivith
a spirit of high optimism, which
called out "Teytzey Sno., l klo-
loseho. Tovo Shono Uvirehoseno
Let the past year with all ol
its curses go out. may the new-
year with all us blessings a 1
It there :.- any one thing
which is at al! certain it i- thjt
if men are to surviv in a so-
ciety worthy to be cahed hirnan.
,, new and a far different world
must be built, Mankind"? way
ol salvation is the way W.lich
leads back, or rathT forward,
to God
The true faith ol the Jew
comes from the taot thai in sc-
imining the events ol any one
year, he takes the vie w ol the
prophet rather than that ol the
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN"
eider to look ahead. He is not
only concerned with the head-
lines, he wants to read the whole
story. He knows that it is per-
fectly possible to win a great
many battles, and yet to lose a
war: to face many dark hours
and yet to find ultimate light;
to retrogress by taking many
steps backward, and yet progress
through ultimate steps forward.
This thought and view is best
expressed by means of the alle-
gory attributed to the Hasidic
Rabbi of Ussiatin. It is told that
when this mystic and saint first
saw the Viennese waltz, he did
not thunder nor exhort but he
rather marveled at the sight ol
, couples dancing. To him all
ol life was a dance, a type of
Viennese waltz in which many
I 1 uples circled around, looking
find happiness in the larger
spherical ballroom of the world
He asked one of the expert on-
lookers what the beat, what the
rhythm, what the steps were.
that the dancers were using. The
onlooker told him that they were
dancing to the rhythm of the
music and were counting; one.
twoone. tw.p. three: one. two-
one, two. three; they were tak-
ing two stops backward, three
steps forward, two steps back-
ward, three steps forward.
The saintly patriarch gasped
in amazement, and a light shone
ver his face, as he said: "How
wonderful are the ways of God!
Now 1 understand. At first I
could not see how these danc-
ing couples got anywhere, they
seemed to me to be wandering
aimlessly backwards then for-
wards, backwards then forwards.
In my mind I argued that they
could never get anywheres, for
they were repeating their ac-
tions If a couple danced in a
forward direction they soon did
away with their progress for
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they retraced their steps, and
sei mod to come back to where
they started from. But now I
understand the meaning of the
dance. They take only two steps
backward, but they take three
steps forward, and it in this
third step, this extra step, which
they take in a forward direction
which moves them ahead, and
which causes them to progress."
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 29)
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for him. the moment, the day, is
part of many yesterdays and oi
the unborn tomorrow. His vis-
ion is not restricted to the imme-
diate. He looks backward in
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MESSAGE OF HOPE
FORTHEMEWYEAR
by ISAAC LEVIN
President B'nai B'rith District 5
New Year's message to my
ren is my hope:
you affiliate with, and
your full support to. your
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li< .use of worship, i
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you contribute libertlly
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causes, that give life, hope, and
shelter to the sorely afflicted, of
whom the world at present is ill
full:
That you lend your every aid
and sincerest cooperation (even
'I called upon \>, giving your
own flesh and blood) to our
great country in its programs of
defense against the threatened
invasions Hum without and de-
struction from withm. That you
strenuously oppose with equal
vigor Communism, Nazism, ind
Fascism;
Tl al y,,u join the rank- :
America's greatest Jewish Serv-
ice organization, the B'nai B'rith,
program is planned io
ifi guard our ertii to relieve
'.'u' needy, to prepare the adol
scents and our college youth io
'ilk'' their pi : place in their
community as outstanding and
.. Americans and Jews
theii glorious hi i
- to you also
includi n y hi artfelt best
' a N( .'. Yi ..I I Hap
pini : I 'ontentment.
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HUMAN SPIRIT
IS FRIGHTENED
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 281
"So also is it with the world"
continued the sage, -'human be-
ings, nations, civilization, have
learned to walk and to dance
Civilization takes stops forward.
and then steps backward. Just
at the moment when you think
mankind has progressed, it has
acquired knowledge. it has
gained intellect, it has moved
forward in the field of science.
nist at that moment the fool in
man urges him to K" backward.
to lose humane qualities which
his stop- forward had given him.
It that be the case, how can man
ever get anywhere? Ho seems
to be retracing his stops forward
and backward He becomes civ-
ilized in one century and re-
turns to barbarism in the next.
How ran he ever progress? Hut
now I soo that in the dance of
life, even as in the dance of the
ballroom, mankind takes two
sti ps backward and throe stops
forward And it is this third
sti p forward which brings him
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slowly and surely ahead to the
destined goal which his Maker
has planned. Occasionally there
is a period of oppression This is
a step backward. Tin n there
follows a period ol war and
eclipse of reason This is a sec-
ond step backward, but immedi-
ately after the second step man-
kind, having learned its lesson,
forsakes its evil and takes three
steps forward, and is. therefore,
m the long run. ahead of the
point started from. So has it
been, and so shall it always be
Two stops backward, three .Steps
forward. ."
At present we seem to live in
a dark period whole all of man's
gOOdneSS Seems to be eclipsed
by the reign of evil, We are
witnessing a long second step
backward. May the New Yi ir
dawn upon a world of greater
hope, in which humanity will
begin to take its three steps tor-
ward
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had to break their way through
resistance, as Christ had to Strug-
gle with thi Sadducees and the
official priesthood of his day. so
Israel. Master of the Good Nami ,
was opposed by many Jews of
his time, And again: As Chris-
tianity was corrupted among the
gentiles, and had to be reborn
and was corrupted again and re-
born again in th( eternal human
effort, so among the Jews the
struggli has gone on from gen-
eration to generation. Israel and
his disciples passed away, and
their places were often taken by
careerists and egomaniacs. The
process oi corruption and renew-
al continues; and it will continue
as long as there are human be-
ings on the planet.
It is well to mar in mind.
then, that the Nazi-Fascists an
near the truth when they look
upon the Jews as incorrigible
producers ol the prophetic anti-
Nazi type
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Have been good to us.
We are Thankful
For All the Things
We enjoy.
Happy New Year to all of you.
NATE MARKOWITZ SAYS-
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940
JEWSSH WHOSWHO
OF SPOUTS, 5700
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 27)
Goldenberg are still starring for
their respective teams. with
Luckman sparking the Bears to
a 3D-27 victory over Green Bay
in one of the greatest football
games ever played Nat Hol-
man, No. 1 basketball player of
all-time, orders bis City College
of New York cage squad out and
the wolves are on Holman's neck.
They want a winner, something
C. C. N. Y. hasn't had in two
previous seasons New York
1'. with Auerback and Kaplo-
witz leading the way. is recog-
nized as "the team to brat" along
the eastern seaboard Huffy
Silverstein, former Big T< i
wrestling champion, adds to ihe
state of Illinois title to his string
and is still undefeated in two
y< ars of professional campai
ing There's Cantor of St
Mary's, Shulman of Colorado,
Possner of DePaul in Chicago,
and Snyder, Kahn and Bechtoff
of Temple Garfinkel of St.
Johns' in New Yorkall heading
the list.
DECEMBER (Tebeb)
The wintry blasts send the
sportsmen and athletes indoors.
for the most part Hockey is
taking over the limelight, with
one Jewish manager. Cecil Hart,
directing the activities of hock-
eys most colorful: Lcs Canadiens
of Montreal Alex "Mien Boy"
Levinsky of the Blackhawks, has
been trailed to the Philadelphia
Ramblers, a farm club of the
New York Rangers Levinsky.
a hard-working defense man.
promptly is elected captain of
the Ramblers and may be heati-
I cl back to the big time before
work on another "review" is
started Lou Possner is lead-
ing DePaul to one of its finest
seasons in years, and little
Mickey Rottner, a red-headed
I demon, adds lire to ihe
Loyola (of Chicago) team .
nkel of St. Johns' (N
is still scoring points by
ho bucketload Ruffy Silver-
I r along adding
iftcr viciim in wha
ho, will be a climb to .he
world championship C C N
Y defeats the highly-touted New
York U. team and Coach Nat
Holman heaves a sigh of relief
. The "wolves" have ceased
camping on his front door .
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80 Modern Rooms with
Bath- ,ind Phone"
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We Extend Sincere Wishes for
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To My Many Jew*>h Frends
and Patrons
WHITE RADIO
SERVICE CO.
James M. Whte. Prop.
Phone 2.3032 1507 S. W. 3th St.
TO OUR FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ATLAS BUILDERS. INC.
Phone 4-5774 2307 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Our Jewish Customers and Friends
NEW YORK BREAD & CAKE CO.
MR. and MRS. GEORGE BURNEY
MR. ISAAC SCHOLNIK and FAMILY
463 West Flagler Street Phone 3 5122

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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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Levinsky scores an important
[goal that gives the Ramblers a
2 to 1 victory over Springfield.
JANUARY (Shebat)
It's 1940 but still 5700 to
us Joey Fischbach proves he
is still king of the collegiate in-
door tennis world, ready to enter
the more important amateur cir-
cles Hank Leiberman bowls
a perfect game m tile American
Bowling Congress in Detroit
one of the few to accomplish is
much Louie Levine of Cicero
is still bowling 'em overone of
America's finestwith Max Stein
Of Belleville. 111., and Morty
Lindsay close rivals Milt
Aron of Chicago. No. 1 chal-
lenger for Henry Armstrong's
welterweight championship, has
provi n his right to be considered
i serious contender with his win-
ter accomplishments at Marigold
Gardens, run by Irv Schocnwold
and Jack Begun, two young Jew-
ish promote rs who have cst il
To My Many Jewish Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H. J. HAYDEN
QUALITY CLEANERS
PHONE 7-5015
718 N. W. 19th Street
May the New Year Bring Yon
Abundant
HAPPINESS and PROSPERITY
PERPALL <& POSTON
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Phone 3 7984 125 N. E. 11th St.
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To My Many Jewsh Fiends |
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To Our Many Friends
SCHUYLER
AND
ROBERTS
PHONE 3-7601
Ingraham Building
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends
STANDARD
Wholesale Grocery Co.
PHONE 2-1422
149 N. E. 10th Street
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FROM R. S.
To Our Many Jewish Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PARKWAY THEATRE
PHONE 4-2498
1261 S. W. 22nd Street

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To My Many Jewish Friends
CLAUDE PULLEN
P U LL EN'S
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PHONE 7-1535
395 N. E. 79th Street
lished themselves as successful
entrepreneurs in the fight world
... Every Monday night, rain or
shine. Marigold Gardens present
its weekly boxing show The
six-day bike race moves from
city to city and Harry Mendel.
czar of the bikers, leads the bik-
ers to another golden harvest .
Two of the bike racers are Nazis
Milian and Vopel. and it is re-
ported thai G-men are on their
trail as spies President Bens-
wanger of the Pittsburgh Pir-
ates and the top ranking Jewish
executive in baseball, hires
Frankie Frisch to lead the Bucs
. and is acclaimed far and wide
for the move "The Pirates
will be a fighting team now." the
experts report Sanford Gold-
berg, the "Flying Fireman."
romps to victories galore in the
half-mile and 1.000 yards events
I. He becomes outstanding
middle-distance runner in the
nation Myron Piker of North-
western, Allan Tollmich of De-
troit and Goldberg are th out-
standing Jewish track stars of
the year.
FEBRUARY (Adar)
Cecil Hart is dismissed a- in-
ager of Les Canadiens. and the
disappointment is so keen, n any
believe it was the cans.
death a few months later .
Baseball players are star.: g to
prepare for their coming lam-
ing camp sieges. and Hank
Greenberg. Morrie Arnovich,
Many Dannmg. Phil Weintraub,
Milty Galatzer. Harry !:
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Miami I3EACH
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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patrons and all the Jewish
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YOUTH OP TODAY
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by DAVID MAX EICHHORN
Executive Director
Hillel Society
i name of the members
Hillel Society of the Uni-
ol Florida and the Flor-
-,.:, College for Women. I
. ., (i tn extend the hearti-
L'shana tovas" and to
. iu the following mos-
ish youth ol Florida.
.ii sented at i >ur
state universities, is fully
the critical bearing
i. < I.:.- ol the coming
:..iv. up.in the fate of
i Id democracies in gi n-
>rld Jew iy m particu-
. young men. i specially,
dangi rous role
;. iie call< d upon tn play
. bloody tragi dy They
too well that life-
I : uilt up over many yi ars
mic preparation, may be
. :. in bits upon the altar of
spirit begotten neither
lockery nor despair, do
ung people echo in their
e motto nt tiiv ancient
rs. "We. who are about
salute you!" There is,
i souls, nn sense il the
.. n.i illusion concerning
;. ol war. no desire to
: tii be killed But there
.. thin them a grim dcterm-
in d<> the job that lias to
i n. nn matter what that
There is within them
adly seriousness, a saying
and a thinking much, that
1.1, good for those who
; destroy our way of life
rmly believe that the youth
ol is generation is mure spir-
iclutive Representative
ROYAL STANDARD
TYPEWRITERS
PHONE 33159
120 N. E. 1st Street
Service Rentals
Supplies
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Season's Greetings to Our
Many Friends For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ORNAMENTAL
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PHONE 2-0353
1018 N. W. 2nd Street
itually minded than its elders
and that today, as we look for-
ward to the your 5701. the tra-
ditional position of Moses and
Joshua has been reversed. Today
" is youth whoso faith is un-
shaken, whose vision is uncloud-
ed, whose courage and optimism
an- without blemish. Today, n
is Joshua who is saying to Moses,
Chazak v'emats" "Be strong and
"' good courage; for the Lord
gocth before thee; He will be
With thee; He will not tail thee
nor forsake thoi fi ar nol and be
not dismayed."
PEOPLE
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DESTINY
' laj ther is i I.
community in tin world of which
one can say that it is absolutely
safi fn e from menace and dan-
ger and guarantee d in its future.
We must realize that the Jewish
problem affects all the Jews of
the world, that there is no pre-
scribed limil to it and that it is
the same for all sections of .he
Jewish people
"There is no such thing as a
special and privileged fate for
one part of the Jewish people as
compared with other parts. We
are one people with the same
past, and we must all be Ire. or
all be enslaved the destiny of
one part will fmaly be the des-
tiny of all "
Dr. Nahum Goldmann.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 26)
quivering before the eternal
mystery; then he turns again to
the spiritual source behind life,
and he seeks a sustaining power
upon which to lean his v. ears'
soul, um oi such moments come
the great spiritually creative iv-
'l mankind. So Job rises
to spiritual heights not in his
days ol material success, when
stanc< favored him, his
' .: th at his command, and his
family about him. hut in days of
sorrow and pain, suffering and
frustration it was then that the
rd ol his faith were
sounded and he rose to the utter-
truths. And
Jeremiah, man ol sorrows, rose
to infinite liights ol the spirit
when he beheld the tragedy of
his people, and lament their
fate. 1' was not until Moses
"went out unto his people and
looked on their burdens" that
he beheld a vision of the divine.
So the Jewish people in an age
of despair recognizes the nobil-
ity and beauty of its own faith.
and dedicates itself anew to it.
With greater zeal and intensity
the creative sources are re-
leased It's spirit takes flight to
produce thought and ideals
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. Harry C. Turner
which have not been spoken or
heard heretofore.
The hopeful note in the pres-
ent despair is then the enrich-
ment ol the spirit of Israel, and
the awareness that something
fine and noble will rise from the
chaos. Like the ancient Gre< k
mythical bird, the Phoenix, from
wnose ashes oi the old a new
and finer bird arose to fly high,
so will from the ashes of our
present world arise a finer and
richer world in gi n< ral, World
history in general and Jewish
history in particular well attests
this tnought tor in Jewish his-
tory days ; prosperity and ease
it was in our exile that the spirit
took flight when our anci sti i
sat by the risers ol Bal
longing for its
thi bitl rn of an I
tian slavery, which produced tn<
undying
liberty. There was I Spanish
Phone 4.2335
182D Coral Way
Sincere Greetings for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To My Many
JEWISH FRIENDS
S. L. SWEETING
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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SEASONS GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
GEORGIA and MADELINE
CULPEPPER
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PHONE 3.2561
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For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Awning Co., Inc.
Inorporated
Phone 7.1651 3645 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Sincere Wishes to Our Jewish
Friends For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PEPPER & COFFRIN
Inc.
PHONE 2-3016
Ingraham Building
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER
FOR DADE COUNTY
Season's Greetings to My
Many Friends
PAUL DEAL
PAULA SHOPS. INC.
UPHOLSTERING
PHONE 4-3677
2S74 S. W. 22nd Street


A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
LUBY CHEVROLET CO. Miami's Largest Locally Owned Chevrolet Dealer
1055 West Flagler Street
905 TWO USED CAR LOTS WEST FLAGLER STREET 1015
New Year Greetings to Our
Jewish Friends!
MILLER SMITH
POULTRY CO.
102 N. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-7457
GREETINGS
M ERLIE
PAPAYA PRODUCTS
Merlie Products Corp.
Coconut Grove. Fla.

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I Wish For the Jews of Miami and Miami Beach and All Israel
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MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Associates
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
411 Langford Bldg.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Inquisition and its subsequent
exile followed by the discovery
of America. May it he recalled
that out of the tyrannies of mon-
archy democracy comes forth as
a shining light to teach a way
ol life m which liberty and free-
dom are given free play, and
which stands as a beacon light
in the world darkness to give
hope in despair The Jewish
spirit will y,t rise high as a re-
sult of the great tragedy of its
!" ople, A more sympathetic ap-
proach to the Jewish faith and
culture is rising slowly and there
' ns of a reawakening
which will he enhanced this
Rosh Hashono, tin beginning of
;>. NEW YEARS GREETINGS
DR. MAURICE KLEIN
Spanish Viii.TBe Pharmacy, Inc.

PHONE 5-3622
GREETINGS
Miami Beach Art Shop
TELEPHONE 52663
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LOCAL LAUNDRY
MAX KANTOR
1512 N. W. 3Sth Street
PHONE 3-1625

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from
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E. B. WILDMAN. Manager
1380 SOUTHWEST EIGHTH STREET
PHONE 3-1661
WHERE YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
P. & A. GARAGE. Inc.
PHONE 3-5568 58 N. E. 8th STREET
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
DIAMOND JEWELRY CO.
Nationally Advertised Watches. Diamonds and Jewelry
Pay Easy Weekly Payments
Phone 2-2418 20 West Flaqler Street


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1310 West Flagler Street
THE SOUTHS NEWEST AND FINEST BAKERY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FARREY HARDWARE CO., Inc.
1692 ALTON ROAD 717 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI STATION. INC.
OPERATORS
FIXZIT SYSTEM
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P II ft I ri\/l nnPr and darkness. Even in these
1 H il I iM I <-i r days "' s-ca,led modern civili-
U II U L L iVl L U [,) U L :atioi millions of our people in
FELICITATIONS
other parts of the world are suf-
by J. ARON ABBOTT
President B'nai B'rith
For hundreds ol years it has
ii the custom of our people
to exchange greetings on New
Years day and to wish each < 111 -
er good luck, good health and
Happy Days for the coming yi ar
As this is true with ind
mils, so H may well be by an or-
ganization of such people, to
them by their officers, and from
it's officers in behalf of its mem-
bership to the Jewish people of
the community.
Recently, we were fortunate
in increasing our membership to
1.000 sironi;. This represents a
complete cross-section of Jewry
of Greater Miami, representing
reform, conservative and Ortho-
dox groups, as well as the
wealthy, the poor, those born
here, and elsewhere.
From time immemorial, our
people have been beset by tragic
circumstances, with divers ob-
stacles, with force, with hunger
J. ARON ABBOTT
fering. crying out their woes and
their needs in a heart-rending
manner to a sympathetic, listen-
ing world, unable to lend tin in
any assistance.
And yet, we who live on these
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HAPPY
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WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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222 N. W. 2Sth Street
PHONE 2-37C5
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Sincere Wishes to Our Manv Jewish Friends and Patrons
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Start Your New Year RiqhtBe WiseEconomize With
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enlightened shores, live and
breathe freely; ntitU.l to a tree
press, free speech and freedom
of religion; congregate, praj
and meet both for our own pleas-
ure, as well as for the purpose ol
devising means ol serving our
people.
It is to God. the refore. that we
give profound thanks for these
rights and privilege s.
On this day of introspection
and retrospection, we are caused
to more fully realize thai the
daj of the theory of assimilation
has long since passed; that
whether we will it or not. we are
recognized as a group, be it min-
ority or otherwise, and as such
rise or fall in public opinion is
such a group or people.
Do, s it not. therefore, be-
hoove us, whether for our mu-
tual benefit or pleasure, or
whither because of the stark re-
alization of these great forces
existing in the world today, to
- k sir. ngth. Strength from
man power, strength from the
total value of the minds
and the forces of the combined
efforts of men interested in the
affairs of the world and of our
people today.
What body of men. what or
ganization. what group, among
our peopli can best serve such
purpose betti r than B'nai B'rith'.'
An organization, international in
scope, with its heart implanted
in the heart of the greati si
ocracy on < arth and with its
ii s < ,\t< nding to the four i
, rs of tne earth. What or.
ii.hi can serve its pi ople, i
1, r of what crci d or
birthplace or financial si
m the eommunitj. bettt-i
B'nai B'rith!
Today, in our community
only is tin re afforded a m
ol i.\or. ssion to our own .
as well as to others; to )
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PAGE THIRTY-THREE
A JEWISH WHO'S WHO
|OF SPORTS FOK 5700
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Seven Arts Sports Editor
to left field
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anil Buddy Mycr are pictured
-, into condition on Dixie
,., Davey Day, after ;i
stii battle with Henry Arm-
in order t<. permit
both Hank and Rudy York to
play at the same time York.
a mighty slugger who bested
Babe Ruth's record of IT
in '
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n which Day was stopped ers '" one month 1 y
12th
round after a bril-
starts hitting the
. He wins one 'ind
horn-
smacking
"; :',;'" "i previous effort to
play third bas. and the outfield
A trial behind tin
in two battles with proved no more successful
Angott. the Louisvilli York ci fjrsl base. now.
u hem he is signed to l'\< r. an I Detroit
1 National Boxing As Hank could adapt himself to
itfield Tigers
tei ial j
s Hank declared he was will-
top '" give thi outfield a try
most n|i the promise that if he faili d
icent stands any fighter '" make the grade there he'd re-
staged After being ""'" to Ins first love and
Arnovich shows signs of re-
lightweight eh
the world on D 1
Louisville Milt At
takes anothi r
with one ot thi
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Frit? Zivic, Aron gets up
knoi out Ins opponent'
Maxii Baer starts letting ofl
stci for his proposed bout with
Twi Ton" Tony Galen to in the
"Battli of Bums"
MARCH (Adar Sheni)
Detroit baseball authorities re-
veal the proposed switching of
4ai I Ireenberg from first base
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MR. 4 MRS A GASSENHEIMER
Pan American
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My Many Friends .mti
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Where Furniture and Interior
Decorations Are Made
to Order
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PHONE 7-5540
juvenation with the Phillies af-
ter his last hall-season slump
of the previous campaign .
Bin Ed Levy, first baseman from
Newark and up for a trial with
the Phillies, lambasts the ball in
training camp at Miami Beach.
but suffers an ankle injury and
subsequently is sent back to the
minors C'.alatzer, up with the
Cincinnati Reds, looks Impress-
ive, but winds up with Indian-
apolis The Tampa (Fla.i All.
Star game for Finnish relief
brings out three Jewish stars
Danning and Arnovich for the
Nationals and Green berg for the
Ami rican Leaguers Leon
Mandel of Chicago becomes first
Jewish magnate in the National
fi ssional) Football League
purchasing the Detroit fran-
chise from Gt org< Richards .
for a reported $250.1 00
APRIL (Nisan)
ball! Tin 51.,-, 11
ens with the following Jev
playi 1 Harry Danning. catch-
1 r, N, \>. York Giants: Morrie
Arnovich. outfielder. Philadel-
phia Phillies: Hank Greenberg,
outfielder. Detroit Tigers: Harry
Mav The New Year Bring You
ABUNDANT HAPPINESS
AND PROSPERITY
DAVIS-LEONARD. Inc.
Phone 3-3176 67 N. w. 10th St.
BUILDING SPECIALTY AND
ENGINEERING PRODUCTS
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FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
CLARK & LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
'. N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108
To Our Manv lewish FriendsMay The New Year Brinq
You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity
LEE JOHNS MOTOR CO.
Phone 3-2576 556 N. W. 7th Avenue
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS and PATRONS
I. E. SCHILLING CO.
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
MIAMI MIAMIBEACH
N. W. N. River Drive I818 purdy Avenue
at 30th Street
PHONE 8 2406 PHONE 5 3353

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l DRINK,
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COCA COLA BOTTLING CO.
301 Northwest 29th Street
Eisenstat, pitcher. Cleveland In-
dians: Buddy Myer. second base-
man, Washington Senators: Moe
"Information Please'' Bern,
coach. Boston Red Sox. and the
aforementioned B e n s w a n K e r
president of the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates;Harry Grabiner, vice pres-
ident and chief executive of the
Chicago White Sox; "Lefty"
Weissman. trainer of the Cleve-
land Indians Joe Gould, one
of boxing's smarur managers,
"sues" Promoter Mike Jacobs
for his share of Jacobs' earnings
on all bouts involving Joe Louis
. Gould reveals that he and
Braddock signed contract with
Jacobs for a split of his earnings
on Louis promotions before al-
lowing Braddock t sign foi .
"tie bout against Louis
which Louis won by scoring -in
eight-round kayo in Chicago
Jacobs terms the charges "ridi-
culous", but they never come up
in court ... a settlement be-
lieved made
MAY (Lyar)
A sad month Joe Jacobs
passes away suddenly Com-
plains he is not feeling well and
is rushed to a doctor during
examination. the fiery little
manager dies heart trouble
. A "fast man with a buck" he
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BEST WISHES FOR
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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!
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PHONE 49392
happy new year greetings:
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Phone 7-1163 2205 N. W. 41st Street
Established 1924
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FROM THE DISTRIBUTORS OF
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PHONE 3-6258
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OP MARK Till
praise and honor and glory, now
and forever, Amen."
I copy this satiric prayer as
tile latest reports oi the terrific
raids over London and Berlin
ii me ov r the radio. Each day
brings more horrifying reports
by
HABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
A generation ago Mark Twain
wrote the following 'War Pray-
er" with the request that "it
can be published after I am dead,
for only dead men can tell the
truth m this world, and I hive
told the whole truth in this
prayer."
Judge with me this "whole
truth."
"O Lord, our God, help us to
tear their soldiers to bloody
shreds with our shells; help us
to cover their smiling fields with
the pale forms of their patriotic
dead: help us to lay waste their
humble homes with a hurricane
of fire: help us to wring the
hearts of the unoffending wid-
ows with unavailing grief; help
us to turn them out. roofless,
with their little children un-
friended through wastes of their
desolated land m rags and hun-
ger and thirst, sport of the suns
flames of summer and the icy
winds of winter, broken in spirit,
worn with travail, imploring
Thee for the refuge of the grave.
and denied it in their lives
'For our sakes. who adore
Thee. Lord, blast their hopes.
blight their lives, protract their
bitter pilgrimage, make heavy
their steps; water their way
with bitter tears: stain the white
snow witii the blood of their
wounded feet!
'We ask of One who is the
spirit of love and who is tin- ev-
er-faithful refuge and friend of
all that are sore beset, and seek
His aid with humble and con-
trite hearts. Grant our prayer.
O Lord, and Thine shall be the
HABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
.and lire, and exile,
the numbers of dead,
orphaned, widowed, is
by the hundreds of
Every evil mentioned
in the prayer is presentnot on-
ly present, but magnified a
hundred fold over pven the im-
of blood.
Each day
wounded,
increased
thousands.
GET ACTION!
Say What You Think
When You Think It
Avoid Tiresome and Costly
Dictation Periods
VOICEWRITE WITH
EDIPHONE
Edison's Dictating Machine
146 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-5335
WISHING YOU
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HOME
Auto Supply Co.
1756 S. W. 8th STREET
PHONE 2-8817
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FRED W. HOSEA
HART HARDWARE
COMPANY
44 N. E. FIRST STREET
PHONE 3-8339
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
308 East Flagler Street
Phone 2-3718
BAGGAGE TRANSFER
JONES
MIAMI BEACH EXPRESS CO.
716 5th St.Miami Beach
PHONE 53707
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
VALSPAR
PAINTS SINCE 1832
and
BINSWANGER
& CO.
EST. 1872
127 N. W. 5th Street
PHONE 2-3181
MR. AND MRS.
HYMAN KESSER
AND FAMILY
Wish All Their Cuslom**r
Relatives mid Kiit-nilr
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
agination of its imaginative au-
thor. Who can begin to tell the
horrors of all Europe today!
And all this in countries
where religion is observed, and
churches are filled, and prayers
are uttered without end on eith-
er side of the channel!
Is this. then, the WHOLE
TRUTH.'
Ask this question of your own
self! Could you utter such a
prayer? Even at war. God for-
bid, would you utter such a
prayer? Could such hopes rise
in your heart, and such words
leave your lips? No. indeed.
This prayer is not. then, the
"whole truth." though it is bit-
ing enough as a satire.
And it is much less of a truth
today than it was a generation
ago.
The war today still arouses
little enough enthusiasm on the
part of the people. In no embat-
tled country are the populace
lead to romantic delusions as to
the reality of war. In each coun-
try people realize the tremend-
ous toll of war. In every land.
I believe, despite all propaganda,
'.hi' common people hate war.
and wish it were ended.
The very fact that churches in
Europe have to be muzzled; that
men of the cloth have chosen ex-
ile, the suffering of the concen-
tration Camp, or persecution in
their rebellion against war. de-
MRS. L. SHOPIRO
AND FAMILY
of the
MARE VISTA APTS.
202 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
dares this "whole truth" to be
an unpalatable be.
Yel truth it was
And truth it can again be,
if the true spirit of our taith can
he swayed trom its true purpose.
What "lias made a he of this
"whole truth" is the prayers of a
whole generation which learned
to realize the bane of destructive
war. What has made a lie of this
whole truth" is the slow, tor-
Hired advance of mankind in the
conception of a civilized world.
Just as man has slowly out-
grown his primitive supersti-
tions and fears, so he has learned
to see ever more clearly the re-
alities of the world m which hi'
lives and the foundations of the
world which he would create.
Where wars were once a glorious
aim and end m lite, they were
gradually demoted to means to-
wards glorious ends. Today
they have h< en recognized as
bitter strokes of desperation.
Perhaps tile morrow will learn
how to get along without war at
all!
We progress Our concepts
change. Our understanding clar-
ifies. And this progress, and
conceptual change, and improved
understanding, all manifest
themselves m our unworded
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A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEN GILLER
MASONRYCONCRETE
523 Mic higan Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HENRY R. CHASE
FIRE CHIEF
and
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To My Many
JEWISH FRIENDS
GORDON R. BROOME
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
W. CECIL WATSON
Clerk oi
Criminal Court
v^SSSL
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Jewish Friends
from
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
hopes and are instigated by our
prayers. Our prayers today may
become the realities of tomor-
row. Our aspirations today will
influence the builders of the
next generation. But when there
are no prayers, and we know
not our own aspirations, the next
generation falls back upon the
ideals of the last, and the morrow
turns back to the yesterday.
So lei us pray.
When this Litter half truth
rings throughout the world on
the eve of the new year, let us
rouse ourselves and examine our
innermost prayers. In this year
of world desperation let us" ex.
amine our aspirations for the
world of the morrow. And let
us express these prayers and as.
pirations. And let us imbue our
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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
We Extend Best Wishes for A
MOST HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
JAMES HOTEL
302 S. Miami Ave.
Phone 2-4540
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS,
to our
JEWISH
FRIENDS
MIAMI LOCK & KEY
SERVICE
Phone 2-6318 Nights 7-2877
13 S. W. 12th Avenue
Opposite Firestone Station
GREETINGS
A FRIEND

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Sales Rentals Exchanges
L. D. HAYNES
REALTOR
5811 N. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 7-2359
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1200 WEST FLAGLER STREET. MIAMI
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NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY
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children with their worth, their
significance and their workabil-
ity.
During these High Holy Days
us turn to our Machzar, our
traditional Hebrew prayer book,
and read the old yet ev< r new
prayers of our eternal people.
Lei us be reinspired by the long,
ing: "Let all creatures bow down
I i fore Thee, so that they may
all term one band to perform
Thy will with an upright heart,
and all convinced, as we are, (>
Lord Our Cod. that dominion
pertaineth to Thee Sancti-
fy us by Thy commandments,
and bring us nearer to Thy ser-
vice "
vnd let us pray, not with lips
alone, but in our daily acts.
Lei these prayers and aspira-
tions remold our characters. Lei
th< in redirect our energies and
our paths in lift-. The Orthodox
observance of Jewish law and
ceremony within the home are
still the most powerful intlu-
ences in the growing child's de-
velopment. They are still the
most graphic- expression of our
knowledge of tile "whole truth."
Surely. you rt member the
Rabbinic story of Honi, the cir.
cle drawer. It is told by Rabbi
Yohanan in the Talmudic tract.
Taanith.
Once Honi went on a trip. On
the way he saw a man planting
a carob tree. Said he to the
planter. "How many years does
it take for this tree to bear
fruit?"
"Seventy years must roll by
before the first yield." he an-
swered.
"How sure are you that you
will live seventy years and eat of
Us fruits?" countered Honi.
"Nay." answered the planter
1 lound earob trees in the world
into which I was born. As my
parents planted lor my sake so
must I plant for the sake of my
children"
These ideals of which we pray
and about which our Bible
speaks, were ideals in the lives
of our parents It was their way
"l life. It embodied their dream
ol a coming world. They may be
realized in the lues and time of
our childn n Hut if we do no;
plant seedlings m their hearts,
no fruit will grow but poisonous
weeds instead. We have eaten
Jewish fruits from trees planted
by our parents and grandparents.
Whal have we planted for our
children and grandchildren? If
we give mi m no prayer to pray
perhaps they will find Mark
1 wains prayer the "whole
truth."
Then lei us pray. And let us.
help build a Jewish community
wherein, as in a well ploughed
field, we can set our young
plants and watch them "grow
Then our dreams will become
verities, and our hopes for a
happy new year will be realized.
Within the past year the Beth
Jacob Congregation has seen the
realization of many a fundamen-
tal Jewish prayer.' Our officers
and members prayed them with
all their heart. th< ir soul and
their might! So they came to
, pass!
Our new synagogue building
has finally been completed. It
is now one of the outstanding
synagogues in the country. We
PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
invite every reader to visit it.
I he congregation boasts of a
rapidly growing Religious School
winch stands unexcelled in the
state in pomt (,t view of size,
faculty and accomplismenl Witn
justifiable pride we point to the
organization of Kashruth on
Miami Beach and the work ot
our Vaad Hakashruth which has
drawn the praise of all and the
favorable comment ol the Jew.
ISh press. With joy we an.
nounce that two Jewish stores
now on the Beach, aside from
our butcher shops, are conducted
by strict Sabbath observers, and
are closed from Friday evening
I 'Samrday night. With thank-
fulm ss to God an,I gratitude n,
our officers ami committees
which have done so much during
tin.- past year, we turn to pray
for yel greater achievemi nts for
"iir faith and people during the
coming year.
We pray thai the year to come
wnl find Orthodoxy strength.
ened on .-very hand, and many
more ol the sacred dreams of Is.
rael realized within our com.
munity, I wish you all a now
year of health, happiness and
I" aceful activity.
"That this nation may experi.
ence a new birth r dom
that is the American hope and
the Ami rican creed. Frei dom
of the conscienci of the person.
"I the endeavor to which die
person is committed, but
all freedom ol the se ker alter
righteousness. Our \m\ rican
conception of man is a heritagi
from a dei ,.-.. An-
cestors who came here, from
many elm;, and nan;, peo]
carvi d tin- Republic oul i
' n ss I ecause they wanted
;i refuge from that tyranny
winch m those days suppn
conviction m the name of ci n.
formity. They insisti d upon the
liberation of man because thev
rev, renced the allegiance of the
individual soul to God There is
no other sanction for the (i
ot civilization which this country
has always held dear, Our people
may differ concerning the i
of economic syst< m thev di
rable. The fre. enl
ol Hie late nineteenth century
;was not akin to the kind
ductiv. activity in which i
' tury i ngagi d I
litical concepts, too, h .
changed Bui since thi
when the Bill : Right
acti d, th can peopl
I in th< ir d
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.Hunter College
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was termed by Broadway .
meaning he spent it as fast as he
earned it Won championship
for Max Schmeling Picked
up a stumble bum named Tony
Galento and in a year had
him fighting Louis for heavy-
weight championship of the
world Harry Mendel, a close
friend of Jacobs, and Muggsy
Taylor of Philadelphia take over
the management of Galento for
the Baer bout but only Joe
Jacobs could control "Two-Ton"
and force him to train Un-
der the "new management." Ga-
lento gluts himself with spa-
ghetti and beer Danning,
proving himself the No. 1 catch-
er in baseball, moves into the
batting lead in the National
League, while Billy Dickey and
Ernie Lombardi. his two rivals
for No. 1 honors, slump badly.
Mauri Rose, only Jewish racer
in the big time, enters the 500-
mile classic at Indianapolis on
M, morial Day and finishes
third in a red hot race ... On
the turf the Hirsch family
still reigns as kings of the train-
ers, reading from Papa Max to
daughter Mary to son Buddy .
Max Hirsch rates as No. 1 train-
ler of the season, saddling win-
ner after winner and we
can't pick a single one! Dot-
ter Mary, with little if any com-
petition, is the leading woman
! trainer of the American turf
world Jockey Sammy Renick
! continues as the leading Joosh
| rider with the Hanford brothers.
. Ira and Jerry, and Sam's broth-
jer, Joe. as contenders Sammy
Angott defeats Davey Day on
Derby eve for the N. B. A. rec-
ognition as world's lightweight
! champion leaving the firm of
Sam Pian (Jewish) and Art
Winch (Italian) with only Tony
Zale (Polish) as a championship
contender.
JUNE (Sivan)
Traditional month of big
league fights This year Louis
vs. Godoy and Baer vs. Galento
. Louis wins, as expected .
Galento enters ring against Baer
as the favorite but after two
rounds of fighting his lack of
condition is apparent With no
Joe Jacobs around to force him
to train. Galento had "soldiered"
on the job Now he was pay-
ing for it Baer. looking some-
what like the Baer of old.
slugged him into a mass of fatty
tissue, unable to answer the bell
for the eighth round But ev-
en in victory Baer didn't impress
fight fans as a worthy opponent
for Louis Much of Baer's
success against Galento goes to
Issy Kline, his trainer Dan-
ning still leads the National
League in batting and a Jewish
king of slug appears on the hori-
zon Amovich gets luckiest
break of his career He is
traded to Cincinnati for Phil
Rizzo From cellar-dwellers
$5,000 slice of the World Series
"take."
JULY (Tammuz)
Golfing occupies many a Jew-
ish player, but few reach star-
dom Herman Barron. Eddie
Gay) i" and Ben Richter are
three most widely known pro-
TABLE TALK
Notable Quotations from
Prominent People
CREDO
""Whatever its new trappings
and new slogans, tyranny is the
oldest and most discredited rule
known to history. And whenev-
er tyranny has replaced a more
human form of government, it
has been due more to internal
causes than external. Democracy
can survive only when it enlist
the devotion of tiiose wnom Lin-
coln called the common people.
Democracy can hold that devo-
tion only when it adequately re-
'
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 401
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PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
X
A LI OF TRUTH
by RABBI DR. JACOB H.
KAPLAN
T My Brethren of the House-
hold of Israel. Everywhere.
Greeting: Shalom:
When I was Rabbi it) Cincin-
nati one of tin1 students of the
Hebrew Union College, now a
well known rabbi. Abram Fold-
man, told me an interpretation
reading the Torah we say:
Praised art Thou our God who
hast chosen us from all the peo-
ple and has given us His law .
And after the reading we say:
Praised art Thou Lord our God
who hast given us a Law of
TRUTH. and has implanted
withm us eternal life .
On this most tragic New Year
in the History of Israel as it is
the most tragic in the history of
many peoples, these thoughts
com,- back t.i me with renewed
emphasis and meaning.
We have been criticised by in-
telligent people because we say
that we have been chosen, but
they forget and we often forget
that we have been chosen to ac-
cept the Torah The Torah of
Israel has laid the foundation oi
Whatever love, kindness, sympa-
thy, truth, justice there is m the
world. Christianity and Mo-
hamedanism have educated tin
peoples of the earth to the best
of their ability to embrace the
finer virtues of man. And let
us not forget that ISRAEL was
chosen to carry that Torah to
the world. 'Hast chosen us to
give us the Torah."
After we read the Torah. study
it. understand it. and embrace
it. THEN we say: 'Hast given us
a LAW OF TRUTH." Even we
Jews did not always appreciate
what an important message we
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
of the two blessings (Berochos)
which every Jew recites before
and after reading of the Torah.
which has taken on greater and
greater significance as the years
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were given to carry to the worlc'..
The spirit of Justice, of Liberty,
of Kindness, of Human Dignity
embodied in the Democracies of
today have their origin and
their reinforcement in the Law
of Truth, and against all that
finer product of the human spirit
the Dictatorial powers are light-
ing today. Israel's Torah marks
the birth of THAT SPIRIT of the
DIGNITY of Man for which and
against which the tragedies of
today are enacted. But ETER-
NAL LIFE is promised all those
who understand the Torah Eter-
nal life on earth and eternal life
beyond the portals of the grave.
And so my message to Israel
today is: Be strong and of good
Courage: For God has given us a
Law of Truth and He has im-
planted in us Eternal Life, and
we have given that Law of
Truth to the eager peoples in the
Christian and Mohatnedan worlds
and all those who understand
the Truth of the Dignity of Man
are fighting to retain that Torah
in human life and conduct.
My Brethren: The Torah gives
meaning to our suffering, and
dignity to our tragedy, and
promise and hope to all the
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strengthen you. Amen.
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* Jewish fkrkHan
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940
T
TO BUOY UP FAITH
by RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
Orlando. Florida
5701 Rosh Hashanah The
Jewish Now Year, roads my
brand now Hebrew-English luach
which lies before me. Judging
from the daily newspapers and
radio reports, and the thoughts
of what may face humanity dur-
ing the coming year, it is with
a rather heavy heart that one
wishes "A Happy New Year" to
his loved ones and friends. Bui
even in these burdensome days,
a Jew can draw on so much
from his long and checquered
history to buoy his taith. Many
dark and disillusioning page s
BO recorded in the Book of Life
of our ancient people and yet
we are living witnesses that the
Jewish people have weathered
ev ry storm. It is, of course,
tragically true that no storm
heretofore has been as world-
wide or continuous but somehow
we managed to survive. Jere-
miah, the great religious thinker
of his day cried out in anguish.
"Why is the way of the wicked
prosperous? Why are all faith.
'.ess people at ease? Thou hast
planted the. wherefore they
take root, thrive, even bear
fruit." In the darkest periods
of Jewish history there always
have arisen unusual personal i.
ties who had fervent beliefs that
the forces of evil in the world
must eventually wear them-
selves out. Isaiah predicted that
lustful Assyria would "bleed it-
self to death" after its many-
conquests and bloody attacks on
weaker nations and peoples. Men
have ever arisen in creary years.
possessed of a courageous op-
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one see light when there is ab-
solute blackout everywhere? Un-
less our Jewish history is
packed full of deliberate false-
. hoods and stupid streams, there
must be a deep reservoir from
which to draw faith and ardent
hope for Rosh Hashanah 5701.
Modern tyrants are really only
outwardly strong. The cancer of
moral and political decay is des-
tined to manifest itself.
The great Biblical teacher
HabakkuK gives us a clue to the
source of this faith, "The right-
eous man liveth by his faith."
Men. convinced that the moral
and righteous will triumpn nave
a basis for faith. But who is
the righteous man. Brutal rul-
ers of our day are convinced that
they are the righteous ones. But
Civilized men see and understand
that a heartless murderer whose
Victim lies dead before him. can
cry "I am innocent" as loud as
he wishes, yet he will not be be-
lieved.
Dr. Moses Buttenweiser. auth-
or of the "Faith and Message of
the Phophets," states. "We can-
not get away from faith when we
talk of the prophets. It is the
cornerstone ol tneir religion. It
explains their attitudes to their
contemporaries and their hope
for the future. From their con-
temporaries they look for no re.
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sponse. They well know that
they were preaching to deaf ears,
and that for their own age their
words were bound to be ineffec-
tual, but they never doubted
the ultimate efficacy of their
labors, never wavered in their
hope for the future. They did
not lose hope. Beyond the
tragedy of the present they saw
the promise of the future. By
reason of the conviction that
there is something divine inher-
ent m man the prophets could
not but be swayed by the hope
that the process of history would
end in the ultimate triumph of
good over evil."
There are millions of human
beings in our world these days
and among tin m are thousands
of Jews, who have suffered so
much and have experienced so
pi rsonally, hunger, homelessness,
loss of children and loved ones.
that their spirits are whipped
anl almost lifeless. But luckily
for us in America, and especially
we Jews, our spirits and ener-
gies to do and live the right arc
fresh our memories of ancient
prayers which gave hope and
courage to many forefathers
through the centuries. Let us
attend our services anxious to re-
hear the ancient and impressive
chants of our singers and choirs.
A better world must come.
Human society must eventually
regenerate itself and rebuild
anew.
May this Rosh Hashanah af.
ford every Jew in the land the
precious opportunity to drink
deeply from the res. rvoir of our
heritagia rich vintage of po-
etry, hymns, philosophy, words
of wisdom and hope and courage*
Let us cry to a war-weary
world that no matter how many
others lose faith in the future.
the Jew will hold strong m hope
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs.
MORRIS RAUBFOGEL
of the
LEE PHARMACY
761 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Extend New Year Greetings
To All Their Friends
GREETINGS
Your Patronage Appreciated
LEWIS WHINERY
WOODYARD & TIRE SHOP
Service with a Smile
169 N. W. 20th St.. Ph. 2-7272
SHEET METAL.ROOFING CO.
means
a dependable roof
at an
economical price
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It Is a Pleasure to Extend
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
J N. P. "NEIGHBOR"
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A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Our Friends
And Patrons
AL PFLEUGER
TAXIDERMIST
Phone 2-1424
1367 N. Miami Avenue
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Building Construction
Quarry Keystone
PHONE 2-4159
25 N. E. 20th Street
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS
E. A. RUNYON AND ASSOCIATES
CONSOLIDATED REFRIGERATION CO.
8 S. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-3764
Sundays and Holidays Call 4-7970
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
W. L. HARRIS
Real Estate Service
SALES. APPRAISALS
ANALYSIS
750 Ingraham Building
PHONE 2-1769
A HAPPY NEW YEARWELL BE SEEIN YOU AT
VICK S BAR
AIR CONDITIONED
35 N. E. 2nd Avonue Miami Florida
Our G. H. Q. Make It Yours
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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CO. INC.
150 N. E. Seventh St.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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TRIPP CONTRACTING CO.
190 N. W 36th Street
Phone 3-7630
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A
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Our Many Jewish Friends and Pdtrons
PEOPLE$^^|^OMPANY
1462 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
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HOUSE OP ISRAEL
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by RABBI CARL N. HERMAN
West Palm Beach. Fla.
On Rush Hashonah, the House
,,; Israel will again assemble to
begin another year with prayer
and devotion, It is Israel's New
year of the spirit. The past
v >ar will be recalled in terms of
its religious meaning and the
l ithcoming year envisioned in
RABBI CARL N. HERMAN
the light ol the hope which
conies to us through the faith of
our lathers Not material guns
hut spiritual resources will fig-
ure in the religious inventories
made during this holy season
Today, the world House of
Israel is sorely stricken beyond
TO ALL WE WISH A
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
LEE & FRAZEL. INC.
REAL ESTATE
Phone 3-2632
125 N. E. 1st Street

J. B. POWELL
ART METAL SHOP
Specializing in Stair
Railing. Wrought Iron.
Bronze. Aluminum. .
7316 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 7-4022
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5701
BRING
HEALTH
and
PHOSPERITY
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MIAMI BEACH
TAMPA
ORLANDO
JACKSONVILLE
LAKELAND
WEST PALM BEACH
human power of description.
Once again, it is brought home
to those of the Jewish faith that
to be a Jew requires great sac
nftee. To be of the Jewish
faith, means to loyally support
the great ideals of Judaism, of
freedom and justice. These
ideals and essentials of civiliza-
tion must yet become real in civ-
ilization. The present struggle
is to eliminate those blessings
"I mankind and Judaism and
the Jews are necessarily enemies
ol those who would destroy
these blessings. To be of the
Jewish faith today, means to
find oneself on the side of the
defense of these principles ,>
religion and democracy.
What the immediate future
will bring, no man knows. .Our
faith tells us that ultimately
victory will be on the side of
religion, democracy and civili-
zation. This is the faith which
we shall seek to strengthen un.
der the inspiration of our High
Holy Days. .With a strengthened
faith, we shall be better citizens
and better adherents of Judaism.
Each of us is called upon to as-
sume the -Yoke of The Torah "
This means to contribute our bit
in the task ahead. May the
spiritual message of this
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son give us the courage requisite
to lace the tasks ahead. May
the New Year bring every bless-
ing to all mankind, to Israel and
to each one of us. At the end
of the New Year may we be able
to look back upon the old yen
with contentment and peace of
mind which comes through the
realization that life has been
well lived by us.
CONFLICT
"While we differ widely in
cultural and religious back-
ground, we are all agreed re-
garding one aspect of the present
world crisis. We believe the
military struggle in Europe to be
but one phase, perhaps a minor
phase, of a far greater conflict
namely, that between ideas that
make for the development, and
thus, which make for the de-
struction of human civilization
The character of human life for
many centuries will depend on
the issue of this deeper and
greater struggle."" Dr. Louis
rmkelstein.
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DRAW FROM PAST
TO BODY UP FAITH
(CONTINUED PROM PAGE 38)
and prayer that the change to a
better world must come soon.
The Jew will not falter. Let us
flock to our Synagogues and Ser.
vices in the surety that through
our common prayers and coop-
erative struggles a spark of that
heroic faith of our own prophets
of old. will be kindled in our
hearts to give us strength to en.
dure what our New Year 5701
will hold in store for us.
To all of my dear friends in
our beautiful state of Florida I
express sincere wishes for a
truly happy and encouraging
year Let us look forward with
anticipation to our group meet-
ings, our Sabbath Services, our
Adult Study groups and above
all our common tasks to help our
fellow Americans preserve all
that is so dear to us in religious
freedom and peace. Blessed Art
Thou Oh Lord Our God, King of
tlie Universe, who has kept us
alive, preserved us. and brought
us to this Holy Season. Amen
jTO MY JEWISH FRIENDS*
May The New Year
Bring You
Happiness and Prosperity
H. B. SCHULTE
Everything in Real Estate
{ Ph. 2.2636 Ingraham Bldg. {
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MIAMI TRADING and
RESTAURANT SUPPLY CO.
1166 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 2-3982

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[most happy new year!
sea.

May The New Year Bring
You Abundant
Happiness and Prosperity
R. E. LOWRY
ELECTRIC CO.
Phone 4.1601
2103 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MAGIC CITY
TRANSFER CO.
901 N. W. FIFTH AVE.
PHONE 2-4072

GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs.
M. LIPOWSKY
And Family
ROYAL APARTMENTS
Miami Beach
MIAMI MATTRESS
MANUFACTURING CO.
PHONE 2.7466
60 N. W. 13th Street
HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. T. HARPER
BONDSMAN
CIVIC BUILDING
JBEST WISHES TO ALL FOR j
! A HAPPY NEW YEAR I
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1110 Meridian Ave. Ph. 5-524:11
j MIAMI BEACH j
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TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS !
May The New Year Bring You I
ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
TJ I SEASONS GREETINGS j
KNIFFIN TRANSFER
COMPANY
790 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-5885
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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111
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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LOVETT'S SUPER MARKETS
6110 N. W. 7th Avenue 1300 West Flagler Street
1914 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
7946 N. E. 2nd Ave.
W. PAUL MEREDITH
Construction Engineer
Land Surveyor
Drafting Service
808 N. W. 75th Street
PHONE 7-4727
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A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR.....
GEORGE SCOTT AND ASSOCIATES
MIAMI APPLIANCE COMPANY
1133 West Flagler Street
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PHONE 4.4804
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THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
OF THE
Greater Miami Jewish
Cemetry Assoeiation
AND AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY
SINCERE WISHES FOR A YEAR OF LIFE,
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
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pJenisti FieriJiar/
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940
"STAMPS OF HOPE" FOR 5701
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
FRANK WOLKOWSKY
"Men's Clothinq"
18 N. E. First Avenue
PHONE 20682
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To My Many Jewish Frtends
F. L TERRY
TERRY INSURANCE
AGENCY
Ph 3-40'^ Biscayne Bldg.
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From up Lake Tar lei on way in the
1/ hit<- Mountains .if \ew Hampshire
. in our good neighbors down
Miami and Miami Beach way .
Health ami Happiness fur the Sew
) ear and Evcrv ) ear. So mole it be.
I'a and I lu I nnul\ Jacobs
I he Lord I arleton
Miami Beach
Hope! This potent factor in the human struqale for survival
is the most fervent emotion filling the hearts of millions as the
finger of time -ioints to the advent of a new year in thf ancient
Hebrew calendar5701.
Stamps, symbolizing the Spirit of Hone in this critical period
in the history of the world and of the Jewish peoole. will dscorate
the High Holiday mail of many American Jews. The Stamo. re-
croduced here in a fivefold enlargement is one of the philatelic
saries annually issued by the Jewish National Fund for the furth-
erance of the work of the oeoole's fund for the redemotion of the
soil of the Jewish Homeland as the inalienable property of the
Jewish peoole. "More land for more food for more peoole in
Eretz Israel" is the ouroose and battle-cry of the Jewish National
fund in facing the responsibilities of the new year.
J
OP SPORTS, 5700
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 36)
(essionals Barron in New
York. Gayer in Chicago and
Richter in St. Louis The All-
Star baseball game in St. Louis
find Greenberg and Danning
playing with "Mine Mawrus"
Arnovich on the bench Dan
ning smacks a rousing doubl to
score one of the National
League's four runs Seymour
Greenberg blossoms as one of
to champions, with a probable
America's future tennis stars
. He's champion of the West-
ern Conference, winning the
singles title for Northwestern
University Joe Fiscl
continues to shi w added im-
provement Isadore Bellis.
Marvin Kantrowitz, Bernard Ja-
ol j. Malcolm Weinstein. and a
few others, are on the seine .
Cecil Hart, the aforementioned
guiding genius of Montreal's Ca-
nadiens. passes on to another
world.
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
May The New Year Bring Yon
ABUNDANT HAPPINESS
AND PROSPERITY
United Radiator Co.
AUGUST (Ab)
Our year is drawing to a close-
Jewish stars, heads high, con-
tinue to contribute their bits to
the sporting world Danning
fades as the leading hitter in the
National League but still is one
of the top notch stars Green-
berg still swatting "em far. wide
and handsome Arnovich
helping Cincinnati to Us second
straight N. L. pennant Sam
Pian returns to tne charmed cir-
cle when his Tony Zale knocks
out Al Hostak for the N. B. A.
middleweight championship of
the world Little Bobie Cahn.
for 20 years the outstanding ref-
, ree in professional football.
name,! to officiate the Green
Baj Packers-College All-Star
Ph. 26321
1419 N. Miami Ave
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AND PROSPERITY |
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PHONE 2 2201
306 E. Flagler Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Beach Shoe Repair Shop
513 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-2260
John Adamus & Son
TO OUR MANY JEWISH
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
May the New Year Bring You
ABUNDANT HAPPINESS
AND PROSPERITY
AMERICAN COOLAIR
CORPORATION
Ph. 3 6591 1333 S. W. 8th St.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS

RED CROSS
DEPaktInt STORE
51 EAST FLAGLER STREET
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Armature & Generator
Exchange
HENRY D. McGUIRT
340 N. W 1st Court
PHONE 20491
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
OVERSEAS
TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY, INC.
228 S W. N. RIVER DRIVE
PHONE 3-3615
aine in Chicago Football
sneaks into the public prints,
and the names of Sid Luckman
and Marshall Goldberg and
"Bucket" Goldenberg and Lou
I Gordon and Art Gottlieb return
to the limelight the year is
drawing nigh not a remark-
able year, to be sure, but a good,
substantial smattering of heroes
here and there
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
TROPICAL
SODA SHOP
Ph. 2 9468 94? N. E. 1nt Ave.
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MR. 4 MRS. MAX M. SINGER
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IMMACULATE CLEANERS
Ph. 5 2453 1449 Collins Ave
T AMI AM I
TOURIST COURT
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES
CABINSTRAILER SPA;E
I. T. PISTELLI. Mgr.
TO ALL-WE WISH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
! Frank Van D'Elden
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L.ingford Building
} 3038 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4.9169 i
WISHING YOU
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MANFRED
MANCUSI-UNGARO
ARCHITECT
May The New Year Bring You
ABUNDANT HAPPINESS
AND PROSPERITY
JOE W. WHITLEY
REAL ESTATE
Ph. 4.19'0 206 Alhambra Circle
RENT-A-CAR
udrive.it
all new cars
Mercurv-Ford-Zephvr
DAY WEEK SEASON
S. A. RYAN
MOTORS. INC.
Oldest and Largest Dealer
MIAMI BEACH
2C2 Collins Avenue
Phone 5-6718
Branch Phone 2-8145. Miami
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AIR CONDITIONING and REFRIGERATION
HILL DISPLAY CASES and MARKET FIXTURES
Florid a-----------------
HILL YORK
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Telephone 3-2693 1225 S. W. 8th Street
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
HARTLEYS
East Flaaler Street Throuqh to S. E. First Street
"MIAMI'S LARGEST APPAREL STORE"
HAROLD PONT
AND
IRVIN GORDON
OF THE
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DELICATESSEN
and Restaurant
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET
EXTEND TO ALL THEIR PATRONS AND
FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY
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! SAM BRODER, AMERICAN"]
KING, ON VACATION
A SHORT STORY
by DR. V, L* SCHRAGER
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Sam Ilrod*r, having Havt-fl
HBh i.....io> foi .1 shoi i vai .i
1 lull. il'-i I'li-s 1 HIM' A Itli I, a .
I'm \ el n!i him .in.l Kt-I i i li .. kli'
u.. fi "in i hv HtraiiKv i'Xpi
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After months of toil, schem-
ing, disappointments, to which
was added the political turmoil
.if America and the sabre rattling
ni Europe, all of which saturat-
ed Ins fabric. Sam Brod< r decid-
i (l in take a vacation in Cali-
fornia
He had heard that California
was growing by leaps and
bounds and u may that Cali-
fornia needs a shrewd business
man like him? ....
He was in no particular hur-
ry yet saving twi nty-four hours
en a limited vacation, plus the
privilege of traveling lik a gen-
tleman mi the Super Chief, was
no small temptation The extra
fare and the additional cost ol
the Roomette did nut particu-
larly worry Sam, for you live
only onceand even in secure
America, nobody knows wl il
may happen tomorrow! Did
anybody know what was tu come
in 1929?
With a sense of ownership,
quite proud of himself. Sam in-
spected the Super Chief, his
train It was a monster wit',
red and yellow upon a black
background, the engine being
il"' head and the far-off en !
the '"! H brought back to
memory the small, shabby trains
in Poland with numbers on u-.
outside panels of the cars. I.
11 "I. iv li,- had traveled only
in Class III and IV. and hi' could
hardly believe that the Super
Chief was a one class trim Was
n possible that celebrated movie
actresses, movie magnates, and
he were traveling on the same
tram'. II. re was democracy in
actual practice!
The porter assigned him t,> his
Roomette The name sounded
Frenchy, and he was a bit sus-
picious of it. but In- thought he
would risk it There were num-
erous nickel plated uadyets,
strange arrangements, all of
which frightened him. but he
was not going to ask the colon i
porter tu explain all that, lor he
had a printed folder with him,
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Abundant Happim ss
and Prospi rity
j B. A. STEPHENS |
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MAX and BEN KASSELMAN
of the
STATE ELECTRIC CO.
Electrical Contractors
525 Michigan. Avenue
Miami Beach
Extend New Year Greetings
To Their Friends and
Customers
(May the New Year Bring You
| Abundant HaDpiness and
Prosperity
ISOUTHERN BRICK
I S TILE CO.
PHONE 2-2206
3350 N. W. 27th Avenue
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL OUR JEWISH FHILNDS
AND PATRONS
MANNING'S
FINEST AND LARGEST
SEA FOOD DINNERS IN THE WORLD
PHONE 2 9939 829 BISCAYNE BLVD.. MIAMI
To Our Many Friends A Most Happy Holiday Season
MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and FAMILY
and
HENRY S AUTO PARTS
519 N. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 3-1427
and besides, he was considered a
smart business man.
Presently, he pressed a button,
and a fan started spinning at top
speed The cold air became cold-
er and he was perspiring with
excitement. There was a rod
with connotations on the side.
Op.n.- "Close." He was afraid
lo touch it for the room may
either get ice cold. or. who
knows, he may be asphyxiated
for lack of air. He was a little
bewildered, and he decided not
to touch the dangerous rod. He
tipped the wash-basin. He filled
it with water and emptied it
three times just to see what
would happen. He drank water
out of the decanter without be-
ing thirsty. II,. inspected the
toilet facilities. He was quite
proud of the clothes closet. Fin-
al. \. lie consulted the folder and
cautiously moved the lever
which removed the bed from the
wall As it started down in re-
bel fashion, Sam, rather startled,
withdrew his hands quickly, and
the bed stopped at an angle.
hall way open. What was he t,

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Abundant Happiness and
Prosperity
SMITTY'S DAY and
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Ph. 2-6912 225 N. W. 1st Ct.
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Wish for All Their
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE STUYVESANT
INSURANCE CO.
New Participating Policy
Issued by this Did Esta
lished Stock Company af-
fords substantial savings
to owners of Good Prop.
el'lies. and Automobiles
EASTERN
UNDERWRITING
COMPANY, Inc.
E. C. THRALL
STATE AGENTS
d" about it? He was too proud
to consult the porter, yet a bed
sticking out at an angle was a
funny sichi and of m, particular
use to him, He rang for the
porter, who looked at him side-
ways and with a slight touch
dropped 'he bed down, locked
it securely and walked away
without comment. He w is
tempt, d to inspect the lock that
fastened the bed. but he was
afraid that it might suddenly
fly back and he would be
ashamed tu call the porter again,
Win n he started to undress, he
realized that tin re was no room
between the full-sized bed and
the dour. He compressed his
protruding abdomen to the p ,,,-..
of pain, but he was quite sure
that In- was nut e, ing ,, play
with the lock attain He had
learned his lesson, and in 11
ture he would undress firsl and
bring the bed down last. The
piece de resistance w as ihi doi ir
lock It was the quintessence of
simplicity and a source ol
He had heard the crooks
times travel on the tra i I
although In had $500 in
bills neatly folded in a
pocket ol Ins belt, whicl
strapped against his bare
the feeling "I being
locked in was reassuring :
ally, alter mastering all ea
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NEW YEARS GREETINGS
BUELL CLEANERS

178 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 2-2744
(The Original Buell Cleaners)
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SIDNEY
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TO ALL
WE EXTEND
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
SAM'S
SMOKE SHOP
Ti I >ur Many Jewish Fri' i
May the Ni ,.. y, ar Bring You
Al undant Happim
Prosperity
J. K. SHINN
SEC MANUFACTRING CO.
Ph. 2 5365 261 N. W. 22nd St.
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
May The New Year Brinq You
JOY, HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
REES MARSHALL
CORAL GABLES INSURANCE CO.
Phone 4-0123 2201 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
G. M. DYKES IRON WORKS. INC.
69 N. W. Third Street Phone 2 5960
To Our Many Jewish Friends
May The New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness
and Prosperity
FLAMINGO TRUCK LINES
35 N. W. 1st Avenue
Phone 2-8484
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FLORIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.
54 N. E 24th Street
G^rriNCS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
GREEN-FEYE3-VANDERPOOL AGENCY, INC.
General Insurance and Surety Bonds Biscayne Bldq.
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DUO THERM SPACE HEATERS
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Phone 2-5707 N. E. 8th Street at Bay
MR. AND MRS. ISAAC IOFFE
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY
And particularly to the Officers, Board of Directors
and Contributors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940
BRODER,
AMERSGAN KING
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with the possible exception of
the bed fastener, which he
thought was tricky, he decided
l,i go l" bed Ho turned out all
the lights, and. intrigued by the
Night Light." he pressed
the button and presently there
ared a green-blue light on
. which, in the total
darkness, reminded him of the
, \ s of a Frankenstein or Drac-
ula. It was all a new experience
. r Sam. but he was going
igh with it. Finally he de-
i ax.
ht's si.op. lie
v >ki up the next mi rning to
on the plains of
is. and thereafter, in Now
Mi sici il ivas struck by ihe
i am n soil stn for lmnd-
reds oi miles, with scarcely any
tation or habitation. Here
re a fev istei I adobe
shacks, a few cows resting in
fa branching tree.
a mare hiding her colt under
her belly, protecting it iron- the
blistering sun. Sam thought that
man) politically and religiously
oppressed people of Europe
i tind refuge in those unin-
(! territi .it he was
settling the troubli oi thi
; just now, and besides,
rica had too many foreign-
, rs already!
A other nij ht and he found
himself In Los Angeles, An
American city with a Spanish
name? That wouldn't do! He
hoped that the American Legion,
to which he belonged, would
change it. Since he was going to
see Los Angeles on the way
back, he proceded the next day
to Monterey, a stop-over before
going to the Exposition on
Treasure Island. San Francisco.
What Sam had soon thus far
was insignificant with the spec-
tacle of the Del Monte Hotel. He
was virtually in a fairy land. A
large white building with red
tile roe.f emerged majestically
fr< m a grove oi giant trees, en-
circled by white cottages with
colored Tool's, covered with vine
and surrounded by well-trimmed
at d ii n of flow-
v rs oi an infinite variety oi col-
, rs Till Iks radiated in all
while smooth roads
wound around I irough majestic
in this vast ite of many
Thi w re green-c irpet-
i d ii rraces wi he umm r
furniture, or reen upon
which people w> re practicing
golf. All this was intriguing,
but w hi n Sam notici d th
, is ly green of a tree
point d down instead of
up. and learned that this was
the Japanese monkey-"business"
tree, he was completely stumped!
Tins luxurious vegetation and
artistic ing confused
San fi It that pi ssibl) hi
did not belong here, and that it
was all a mistake!
After some hesitancy. Sam
mustered enough courage and
approached the hotel desk. He
signed his name on a card and
when the clerk called the bell
hop and told him: "Show Mr.
Broder to his room." his knees
became steadier and a wave of
courage -urged through his en-
tin body. He felt that he had
jumped a high hurdle and came
through without a scratch.
His room was immaculate.
wi ll-appointed, and. if he ever
married, he was certain that this
was the place to spend his hon-
eymoon. It was decidedly thi
he had ever
seen.
Thi lay he was gr
by the bell bi ys, th porti r. the
man 11 argi of the travi
reau, thi hotel clerk, and when
j spied a letter in Sam"s
hands, he snatched it and said,
Til mail il for you." Was this
all real? Did they know that
he was just plain Sam Brodi r
from mid-west America, an un-
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PURITAN
DAIRY
160 N E 30th STREET
PHONE 3-5333
licensed real estate broker, who
sold Irish sweepstakes in his
spare time'.'
Confident, with a straight
walk, he sti pped out in the op-
en, where he was cordially
-rooted by a tall porter dressed
in blue livery with ye v.
stripes on Jus trousers and a cap
to match.
It was Sunday morning. The
atmosphere was charged with
ozone and the sky was intensely
blue. Sam strolled for awhile
in the garden forest, the magic
., iuty ol it all stirring him to
the ci n
A tiled mclme led him to a
Roman plunge in the opi n. A
tank lmed with blue tile
... as filled with warm sea water.
:..... rs, with sci nt bath-
uits. were < ither swimming
. Is
; and courageous
.', I Sam
He was gn ally l" mpted to
join the crowd. How evi i hi
. : that th people might
, r s .
SEASONS GREETINGS
and Best Wishes
ANDY'S RENDEZVOUS
Sea FoodSteakChicken
Dinners
6th Ave. and Tamiami Trail
comment about his abdomen.
flat feet, and especially about
his facial features. Instantly, the
name of a famous plastic sur-
geon flashed through his mind.
but when he recalled a Mrs. Co-
hen who contracted for an Irish
nose and got a bulbous vegetable
instead, he dismissed the notion
from his head.
He walked around the terrace
several times: he whistled: prac-
ticed walking with dignity, and
finally enti red the bath house
office A sandy haired attend-
ant assured him that as a hotel
gui .~i he was welcome to bathe,
but that thi n would be a small
charge for the bathing suit. In
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 441
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To My Many Jewish Friends
May The New Year Bring You
ABUNDANT HAPPINESSS
AND PROSPERITY
J. R. FLOYD
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Distributors kosher food products
also agencies m a n : sc h e w i tz m atzo- nood les bu lk
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PHONE 7-6631
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N tal Fund-! Department
11 Youth. Zionisi youth organi-
zations, including Avukah. the
\.\ rican Student Zii mis I Ked-
rati m: Hal onim, the Zionisi
The tl year 5701
witni sses Ihe J. w ish N'ati
Kuril, the instrumei i Zi-
onist nil pv men! : i i acqui-
linn of the if Pali
national and inalienable prop- Pioneer Youth; Hapoel Ha'Miz-
erty. embark d on n w efforts lo rachi, the Religious Zionist Pio-
extend the land ar as in Jewish ncer Youth: Hashomcr Hadati,
possession in Erclz Israel The the Religious Zionisi Scout Or-
Fund. which is now entering its ganization: Hashomcr Hatzair.
thirty-ninth year of operation, the Jewish World Scout Organi-
is engaged, in >var as in peace, zation; Junior Hadassah, the
in carrying out the Palestine Young Women's Zi nisi Organi-
Land Redemption program which zation of America: Masada. the
is the backbone of the upbuild Y uth Zioi Organi iti n of
ing hi Jewish Palestine. With America: and Young Judaea,
a sum i : more than $28.0 0.CO0 ha\ undertak n for 1940
entrusted to it by the Jewish a pr ran ii hall Y
people, the Jewish National Settlemcnl Project.
Fund has acquir d and reclaimed
than 50 000 lui n
land in all j an of Pa I On
this land. 157 agricultural
tlem nts have b( en ;hi d
and are existii I lay
With tli< bi ginning oi in
.. ffort
ler tin' auspi J
L hJ TO
M THE FUTURE
by E. !. KAUFMANN
President, Z. O. A.
\ i i'.v be] ngs ;n i;
j are brave, who through-
n and
pi i cu! ion, ni in istice and
ci ick have n fused to ac-
I I Brave are
..,;.
d si roj ed. at once I thi tai k
iHding Bravi ai
who when robl
rivi d of all humai
endi houl once a
i the future, 'i
'ii ;! torj ol
ly centuries. Tl
1 ei rj : iur gi n-
i ral ion.
Ii is wrong to assume thai we
have b d i >u1 fi i special
visitation, Othi r gem ral.
have suff r d too and have sur-
vived totalitarian attacks. We
'...k" courage nol alone from the
- of the past bul i ven
mori from the manner in which
our people are facing the dang-
ers "I the present.
We, the Jews of America, are
doing all we cai ti ring r Ii I
'ii those ol i ur family caught in
the "no man's land" ol Eui
We havi vo\ r. that re-
lief in : neci ssary,
cannot thi prob-
I' m of hoi sness. ft
it 1 r credit thai we
had the n the
prepari
in Palestine for
homeless in Europe.
S in 1 i
particularly since
of the war, all of .' mi ri :a
been verwheli
appi a!s for
I
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r tin in in all count i
of thi world, including our own. .
Everywher the doors were shut;
ur opened just a littli aj re-
luctantly and grudgingly
we have manag : I av< a for-
tunate fl w and !n pr i\ !,!. tin m
with some measure of securitj
in our midst, hut the gr< at prob-
lem ol rcsettli mint for the many
thousands, still caught in the
European upheaval, remaii \'.">
have trii d and invi
schemi s of resetl
sections ol the world. B I I
nci of thi
roof to < ven
the most doul I
.'
hope rest For I
gn at ',;;.- k w 'i,i,
this Ni Yej to I
Zionists of A t to i
Je\
Ji
ncei
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ALEX S KLEINFELD
'isii for .ill Jewry, and |
i' iy the ,ind
worshiper;, I
BNAI ISRAEL
CONGREGATION
St. Petersburg. Ploi
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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PISER JACOBS
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EXTEND BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Florid.! Jewry
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Wishes the ofiicers. members and |
worshipers of Con? Rcdclph Sho-j
lorn. T.imp.i. Florida. ,ind the I
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May 5701 Bring Happiness
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P. ZISSMAN
S'.. Aug-s'.ino, Fla.

WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
LAS-ARUS LEHRER
. i part
1.11 I. s of
BNAI ZION CONG.
of Key West, Florida
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW Y L A R
RABBI AND MRS.
MORRTS MARGOLIS
AND FAMILY
Jacksonville. Fla.
Extend to All Jewry
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
DR AND MRS j
CARL N. HERMAN
Wish tor ,iii Jewry, and part |
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JACOB H. KAPLAN
RAEBI AND MRS.
Extend to -in Jewry and p
l.irly the of
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI DR. AND MRS.
LEONARD MERVIS
Ext.-nd to .111. .ind p.Trtic. .Tly
the Jewry of
PENSACOLA
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RAB31 AND MRS.
A3RAHAM A. KELLMER
DAUGHTER AND SON
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| NEW YEAR
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COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
j Beth Dcv'ci
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Happy ar.d Prosperous
New Year
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NATHAN WROOBEL
AND FAMILY
WISH ALL
THEIR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS
AND ALL JEWRY A
"KISVA VCHSIMA
TOVAH"
R*S3! AND MRS. |
t.'AX SHAF'RO
DAUGHTER AND SON
iVi*ii for '" .1. w- s "(I pal '
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.if Beth D v i Congn it ". a f
HAFPY AND PROSPEROUS!
NEW YEAR
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rabbi and mrs.
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A HAPPY NEW YEAH
RABEI AND MRS.
DAVID L. ZIELONKA
AND EON
w th all Jew
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AOril I ol
CONG SCHAARAI ZLDZK
Tampa, F
A H-\J"N NEW NEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
ISRAEL KAPLAN
Jacksonville. Fla.
Extend to All Jewry
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAEBI AND MRS.
MAX EICHHOHN
AND FAMILY
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RABBI AND MRS.
MORRIS A. SKOP
AND FAMILY

I EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
i To The Officers .ind Members of *
CONG OHEV SHOLOM
Orlando, Florida
anri tn Jewry at Large ,
TAMRA ELAINE
AND WILLIAM
and Their Parents
Cantor and Mrs.
MAURICE MAMCHES
Wish for the Members .ind
Officers of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation and Jewiy .it Large
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAB3I AND MRS.
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extend to the officers and mem- j
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Florida, and to all Jewry
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
! Ida Col leg I j
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I A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
MOSES MESCHELOFF
DAUGHTER and SON
Wish for .ill Jewry nnd pArticu-
. larly the members and C%rictrs of
I Beth Jacob Congregation.
Beach, a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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SUM BRODtR.
.CONTINUED FROM PAGE 42)
a low tone of voice, muttering
between his teeth, he said "forty-
four."
A large orchestra played all
sorts of tunes, from Strauss
waltzes ic the St. Louis Blues.
The air was cold but he was de-
termined not to shiver and risk
humiliation before young folks
who played and acted as though
y \v< re bathing in the tropics.
(inci in the tank, the changing
temperature made him shrug his
shoulders, Did they notice it"
Was it tiir same shrug he dis-
i i at home when dealing
witl and doubting clients?
W j d it spoil it all? He was
\. rt or graceful swim-
: but, after sumo puffing, he
inagi I get across the short
distal C< ol tin tank. Ho was
sure that he didn't do so well,
swim hk.- a green-
>rn?
ng up the ti r-
raci pie s arm toward the
green elevation overlooking the
Hi wond< red. did they
to si and criticize him?
Found out that it was
incheon
'
-. and di -
join the crowd. Hi
nined to sei
:
saying.
n you an ne, do like
the Greeks!" If lus second-hand
clients from home could only
see him! If his starving mother
and orphaned old-maid sisters
from Poland could only see him!
Wlun would they say. finding
Sam rubbing elbows with soci-
ety, lank rs, army officers!
Would they grasp the meaning
of .American democracy?
The terrace was covered with
num< rous tables immaculately
draped and made a striking set-
ting with the green. Waitresses
in neat brack dressed with short
white laced aprons and white
bands in tin ir hair. The serving
rs v. i re dressed in white
suits with red collars and cuffs.
while the inad waiters were
dressed in summer formal suits.
Sam wore a brown sport coat
with leather buttons and a blue
angora vest with large packets.
white soft linen shirt with large
triangular collars and cafe-au-
lait flannel trousers neatly
creased, with vertical dark-
brown stripes and white shoes.
He was quite proud, and he felt
' hat h v as dn ss< d like a g< n-
. leman.
The crowd won cither formal.
semi-formal, and even informal
dress: some ol them sitting al
the table in bathing suits and
bath robes. Old ladies with
canes walked low on the arms of
panions. Happy. healthy
youngsters were accompanied by
nursi :. aids. A party of three
South Americans acci impanied
by an xcited French maid, wire
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
md Tackle lor Rent
JERRYS BAIT
AND TACKLE
We Bait 'emYou Catch 'em'
Telephone 2.9322
1307 N. E. Bayshore PI.

Miami. Florida
GREETINGS TO OLR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
AMERICAN
FUEL OIL CO.
C. G. MITCHELL
5"20 N. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 7
To On Frii ndsA
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH
BEUCHLER CO.. INC.
Ph. 5-1857 170 Alton Road
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. L. SPRINGER EGG CO.
Fresh Killed Poultry and Fresh Farm Eggs
317 N. W. Filth Street
Phone 2-3508
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ST. JOSEPH MEMORIAL PARK
5301 West Flagler Street
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talking and gesticulating pro-
fusely. A charming blonde lady
with flowered chiffon dross and
a yellow straw hat with a large
brim, which defied the heavens
by its flutter. She was arrang-
ing a table in a position of vant-
age for her distinguished party
which included a high ranking
army officer. Presently. the
party made its way into the ter-
race and the crowd turned to-
ward it. the officer stealing the
show. He wore a colorful uni-
forma black tunic with a large
yellow belt, two yellow stripes
upon his dark trousers, and a
heavily gold-braided cap. Sam.
noticing the officer, instinctive-
ly was going to stand to atten-
tion and salute him. but nobody
else did. and he realized that the
War was over. The officer
walked with poise and precision
until his companion whispered
a funny story, whereupon the
i- shrunk two feet, swayed
his legs, slapped his right thigh.
laughed convulsively, and wal-
loped his narrator on the bank,
almost flooring him on the green.
The whole human spectacle
i in this glorious setting of green
trees and flowers under a blue
sky. with music at the lower
level, gave the affair a gala as-
pect. Sam was bewildered, and
he looked like a young calf who
sees a new fence on the farm for
the first time.
The buffet luncheon was
served in a large white tent with
the red stripes. The tables were
laden with a large variety of
food including hot-dogs, which
were glorified at the last out-
door luncheon given by Presi-
dent Roosevelt for the King and
Queen of England. Although the
crowd was distinguished, the
common hot-dog was a symbol of
American democracy.
Sam was cautious not to over-
load his plate, and was decidedly
embarrassed by tile two ladies
TO OUR MANY PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALLAPATTAH
SERVICE STATION
H. D SHEKELS. Prop.
Ph. 29512 1958 N. W. 17th Ave
on either side who evidently
were on a strict diet. However.
Sam loaded upon his plate cold
duck. turkey, two kinds of
chicken, roast beef, two types of
salad. jellies. two kinds of
cheese, muffins, bread, coffee,
cake, and ice cream. The ladies
winked at each other, but Sam
managed not to notice it. The
waiter carried his tray and when
Sam noticed the mass of food he
felt his abdomen, shook his head,
and said. "Isn't that great:''
The picture was immense and
it would have taken a Degas to
put the whole scene on canvas,
as he did his horse races In such
unforgettable manner.
(CONTINUED ON "'AGE 45)
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
AL" SHIVERS
WM. G. "BUCK" BRANDT
Metal Work Our Specialty
BUCK
BODY
S T O P &
WORKS
"Service and Workmanship
Guaranteed"
PHONE 2 0656
116 N. E. 13th Street

A HAPPY NEW YEAR i-i i M.I, i'1'k .1KWISH KltlKXI'S AM" TO Al.l-i i:\vky KVKRVWHKRK NATIONAL BARBER SHOP S. A. SWEETING. Mgr. 30 N. E. 1t Ave. Phone 2 6894
Sincere Wishes For A Most Happy and Prosperous New Year
To Our Many Jewish Friends
GEORGE E. MERRICK
i icornorated
F E A I. ESTATE
207 C /. L I" M E T BUILDING
SEASONS GREETINGS
A. S. BECK SHOE
CORP.
2 East Flagler Street
Sincere Wishes To Our Jewish
Friends tor
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JESSE P. MONTZ
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Have a "MONTZBUILT" Home
Phone 5-5647
1121 Sixteenth StMiami Beach
May the New Year Bring You
Abundant Happiness and
Prosperity
THE BORDEN CO.
HOSKINS and GREEN
Local Agents
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Office and SalesDADE COUNTY MARKETMiami. Fla.
HeadquartersWashington. D. C.
Storage WarehousesWinchester. Va.
A W MILLER
Distributors of
EASTERN APPLES
> a cAT=rrKTNDS OF FANCY VARIETIES APPLES
22nd STREET at 12th AVENUE PHONE 2-9958
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
WAITE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
'KELVINATORS STOVES WATER COOLERS''
1601 N. E. Second Avenue
PHONE 21625
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Your Patronage Appreciated
William J. Bartholomew
Service Station
PHONF 29578
870 WEST FLAGLER STREET
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU
HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
COMPLIMENTS OF
WOODLAWN PARK CEMETERY
iu A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
BROWN'S
Potato Chip & Pretzel Co.
DANIEL M. BROWN
Ph. 3-4916 1100 S. W. 8th St.
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
i:
SUTTON
JEWELRY CO.
Successor to "Whaler's"
THE OLDEST JEWELRY
STORE IN MIAMI
ESTABLISHED 1897
132 East Flagler Street
LPH
PHONE 2-5996
BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAH
from the
Royal Palm Club
MIAMI'S LARGEST AND FINEST SUPPER CLUB
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SAM BRODER
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PAGE FORTY-FIVE
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4-41
Thtre was much loud and col-
lective talking, but the convi r-
sation was dominated by the
Moral Rearmament Movement.
There was a meeting of the
movement in Monterey, and the
papers and the crowd were dis-
cussing it with fervor What
nas this Moral Rearmament bus-
Was it the preparation
another war. queried Sam.
'Nol on your life, I si rved in
,m, ivar and that was enough for
As much as he loved Amer-
: was ready for any sac-
.:i emergency, he swon
hi \\ ould nevi r again live
ll trenches and be bitten
And what did In gel
for ::a pair of gassed lungs! At
this juncture, the thought flashed
through his mind that if he af-
cted a funny cough, thi offici r
sat a few tables away.
reci ignize the I rand and
ild pi issibly leave his gui
i me over to Sam's table t"
ki ands with a veteran and
: ol thi American I
01
A Catholic priest sat two ta-
li waj fnim San. "Exi i
mi Father." said Sam. "would
von please explain to what this
M':.. Ri armament
"Well," said the priest, "it is
an extension of the Oxford
Movement, originated by Dr.
Frank Buchman of London,
formerly a Lutheran minister
m Philadelphia. It is another one
of those fandangled movements
m the name of Religion. They
use a great many slogans and
catchy phrases to lure new ad-
herents. They claim that moral
rearmament is God's supreme
offer for the redemption of a
fallen Ken, ration, a sort of 'mor-
al and spiritual rearmament.' It
all sounds very well, but our
Church recognizes only One di-
vine leader. who has never
been equalled or surpassed in
the past two thousand years''
Win n Sam appeared sunn -
what befuddled, the priest reco-j-
d that he v. as not getting
the idea at all. After a brii I
pause, the priest said. -Look
my in, r.d. religion, like
good whiskey, must be taken
straight."
Tins Sam understood prompt-
ly.
What is your religion sir'.'"
"I am a Jew. Father."
"Well. well, it's too had." said
priest, "but continue to be a
faithful Jew and a good Am, ri-
i
Tc My Many FriendsA
Most Happy New Year
ERNIE SEILER
Seybold Building
l
ST WISHES F<'!; A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SAM-BEN SERVICE
STATION
122 Moridiin Avenue
Ph. 5-9525Miami Beach
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS

J A R O N
ABBOTT

Ingraham Building
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
KAUTZMANN-VERNET LUMBER CO.
F. H. Kautzmann
201 N. W. 1st Court Phone 2-8481
100 Slate Highway Phone 4-4343
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU ABUNDANT
HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
KAHN & ALPERT. INC.. REAL ESTATE
925 Washington Avenue Phone 5-2979
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH PATRONS
FOR A RELIABLE EXPERT DRY CLEANING SERVICE
LAMONT LAUNDRY
A COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE
Drive In and Save
1111 Fifth Street
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Phone 5-1208
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
mODL

auncLr
d
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CORAL GABLES MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
can. and keep away from these
half-baki d religions."
The incident was a slight crack
in the porcelain.
Sam thanked the priest, and.
by way of diversion, he look, ri
up to the sky. where two color-
ful Japanese kites and a large
airplane flew gracefully over-
head
Sam had never had an experi-
ence like this. It was decidedly
the most memorable event of
Ins life: To think that an immi-
grant from Poland, a cheap real
estate broker from the Middle
West, could he privileged to par-
take m such a feast under such
glorious setting was more than
he ver expect, d
He recalled the recent out-
door luncheon given by the
President of the United States
for the Kins of England, He
couldn't conceive a luncheon in
Hyde Park that surpassed the
Del Monte luncheon Indeed.
thi n could not have been hot-
ter catering, no hotter food, nor
a more picturesque setting To
he sure, there were more digni-
taries at that luncheon the
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
1
AMERICAN
FINANCE
CORPORATION
A. C. COURIC
807 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-3326
I NEW YEAR GREETINGS |
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MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. STEIN
And Family
NEW YEARS GREETINGS
SOUTHERN
COLD STORAGE CO.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Cold Storage Facilities
Fruits Vegetables Produce
SeedsSeaboard Trackage
1701 N. W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 3-1219
MR. AND MRS.
LEO AXL RO D
AND FAMILY
ii
Extend a Most
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Friends
And Relatives
President of the United States
and the King of England. At
Del Monte there were also dis-
tinguished people. Well, even
if his presence spoiled the set-
tiny a bit, he was comforted by
the fact that nothing in life is
quite perfect and .veil diam-
onds have flaws and the purest
gold has some alloy in it. After
all, he was an American, He
had his citizenship papers
trained: he served in the Great
War: he was never convicted of
a crime, and he helps his down-
trodden relatives m Poland.
Why wasn't he entitled to live
and rub elbows with the best
people in this country?
"Beinn an American is some-
thing to be proud of. anyhow!"
Even if the King was absent
from the Del Monte party, he
felt, as immodestly as it may
sound, that he was the American
King for a day,
To be a free man in a tree
land, to do as you please, talk
as you please, and buy what
you wish with an honestly
earned American dollar, is a
privilege that even a kn^ would
envy.
! .....
j New Year Greetings
! ! MODERN CLEANERS
I 712 N. E. Second Avenue
j MIAMI. FLORIDA
| Phone 2-5843
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A HAPPY NEW YfcAH
Complete Line of Fords j
New and Used Cars
HUSK AMP j
MOTOR COMPANY j
242 Alhambra Circle I
Coral Gables. Fla.
Phone 4.2566 I
A Most Hap py New Y ear
ART & TRADE
FURNITURE REPAIR CO.
Max Grogsr
I'll :Ml:i8 1103 S. W. 2nd St.
A Most Happy New Year-
Albert's Auto Service
Garage & Service Station
Ph. 2-9260 1287 N. W. 29th St.
Mii 111, NVw V>. II ... v.. i
\ I'.I'N'I > VN'T II \ I'I'INKSS
I'lmSI-KKITY
C L. R0LLI\S
ROLLINS GARAGE
Phore 2 244? "46 N W. 5th St.
j To My Many FriendsA j
i Most Joyous New Year j
I. A. BECHARD j
Biscayne Building
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
J M BLOW
TITLE CO.
Sun,- 300 Seybold Bide
PHONE 2-6182
A la carte at all hours
THE BOAT
RESTAURANT
39 N. E. First Avenue
OPEN ALL NIGHT
May the New Year Bring You
Abundant Happiness and
Prosperity
BROWN DERBY
BARBECUE
Ph. 4-9367 3058 Coral Way
SINCERE GREETINGS FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
SAXON
CIGARETTE
SERVICE
3898 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PHONE 7.6677
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
Gardner's Atlantic Sundries
1443 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 5-9325
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DEIGAARD & PRESTON BUILDERS. INC.
264 Giralda Avenue Phone 4-4014
Coral Gables
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M. B. SILVEHMAN
COCONUT GROVE FISH CO.
Locally Cauqht Fish
2850 South Bayshore Drive
Phone 4-SIJT4
Ml.,*! >L* .
HAPPINESS. JOY. AND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
ATLANTIC SHEET METAL & ROOFING CO.
5400 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 7-7221
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
COLLINS CONTRACTING CO.
3163 S. W. 21st St. Phone 4-4737

NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
GEO. E BUNNELL CONTRACTOR Inc.
79 N. E. 20th Terrace 585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 3-7488 Phone 7-2876



PAGE FORTY-SIX
fJenisti ffaridfraiin
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940
a new road to opportunity
by WILLIAM HABER
Executive Director. National Refugee Service
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Here in the United States,
Jews will greet tin' New Y, ar
in an atmosphere of peace and
tolerance. Among them will bv
a group of people who are liv-
ing as ii'ii' human b( ings for the
first time in many years. '1".
are the n
But peace and freedom, vital
as they are, do not solve the im-
mediate problems of the emigre.
His r survival is no long
or a matter of fleeing the con-
centration ramp and the Gi s-
tapo: it is now a question of
finding a job, a home. Learning
the language. making new
friends.
Arriving at a time when many
Americans cannot find the an-
swers to some of tnese questions,
the refugee needs help and as-
sistance in getting on lus feet.
Out in Missouri, in a littli
town, there is a refugee who
owns a smail bargain clothing
store. Not a very impressive
business enterprise, yet its own-
er makes a modest livingade-
quate for a comfortable life Coi
himself, his wife and his five-
year-old daughter. Although
they've only lived there a year,
they lik.> the town, like the
rs. are happy about their
prospects for a modest, peaceful
life.
This man with his little St il
represents in simple, human, in-
dividual terms, the aid that has
in. n extended to him by thos
wno contribute to the National
Refugee Service through tru
United Jewish Appeal in which
a is represented with the Join;
Distribution Committee and thl
i'ni'.i d Palestine Appeal.
A' tually tins man is no long-
r a "refugee" though little more
than a j. ar ago he and his fam -
ily were fleeing the hate and
ortures of Hitlerism. Like manj
.her newcomers, they ware ob-
scure middle-class folk, n.
middle-age. who suddenly found
that ail they had lived mil
for, all tin ir security and
their valuesnad been blasted.
In a strange land they rained
like thousands of their fellow
exiles to the National Refugee
Service. There they found the
organized good will of the Amer-
ican Jewish community offering !
the variety of services that the
requires for his soci i!
j BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
i Season's Greetings to Our
| Friends and Patrons j
jROME MATTRESS CO.j
2027 N. Miami Avenue
I MIAMI. FLORIDA j
I Phone 3-2023 j
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BEST WISHES FOR A
HAFPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
To Ml Mv Friends
GASTON B. WAUTIER
French Consul
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All My Friends
GEORGE STARR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LIVE AND LET LIVE
DRUG STORE
Prescrioli-ri Soe:ia!ists
1) li i-rj A in
(in a i Miami
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
To All My Friends
WALKER LARAMORE
PENN MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE CO.
Ph. 2-32C0 Ingraham Bldq.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To All Our Patrons and
Our Friends
Miami Pants S'ores. Inc.
J. D. SIMON. President
Mr. and Mrs. Earn Mark3
of the
RADIO CAB &
BAGGAGE CO.
Extend New Year Greotincjs
to Their Friends and Relatives
I To <">ur Manv FriendsMay
the New Year Brin^ Ycu
Abundant Haopinsis and
Prosojri'.y
IAS. T DAVIS
i ROCS-VELT PHARMACY
Phcna 2-5C4S
13S3 N. E. 2n:i Av.vj?
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
T
! CUMMINGS DIESEL
Engine Corp. of Florida
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Automotive. Marine, and
Industrial
Sincere Wisher. For A
HAPPY NSW YEAR
REEDY
FORWARDING CO.
Phcn? 2.3840
Postal Eui'.d'ng
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j EDWARD T. J. PARKINSON
232 Alcazar Avenue
CORAL GA3LES
PKONE 4.7619
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A Happy Now Year To All
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
R. E. SMITH. R. Ph.
1706 N. W. 36th Street
Phone 34212
and economic adjustment to a
new land.
Migration services technical
advice on visas and affid ivits
is given by the N. R. S. to pros-
pective immigrants and their
friends and relatives in this
country. Temporary financial as-
sistance is extended to the emi-
gres who arrive In the United
States stripped of their last pos-
sessions. Employment sen ices
and vocational guidance and re-
training are offered. Social and
cultural activities, classes in Eng-
lish, for the now Americans. And
finally resettlement.
It was the Resettlement De-
partment of the National Ri fn-
gee Service thai arranged for
'lus family to go to Missouri. A
local committee welcomed the
family, had a modest ap irtment
ready, and cooperated with the
N. R. s. in granting a loan to
the family to start business.
This is the "solution" of the
n fugee probli m in a single, and
perhaps fortunate, ease. In 1939,
35.01 ii refugees entered this coun-
try from Germany, Austria.
.CONTINUED ON PAGE 53>
STUDYING THE AMERICAN WAY |
'Sneak Er.aush, Learn cntliisn, i,
the National Refugee Service. P:
their new land is the ability r.i tiie
X..-.* j
iu sitias i.iroeqhcut the offices of
ime requisite ior netting a'.onq in
r"i'i-3es t.~ USA English.
To Our Friends
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH
MIAMI CONCRETE
PRODUCTS CO.
1143 N. W. 79th Street
A Happy New Year to Our
Many Friends and Customers
ROBERT MARTIN
MARTIN'S DRUG STORE
7070 Collins Avenue
Phone 6-2040
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jA Most Jcyous New Year
2 PAN AMERICAN SECRET ,
SERVICE. INC.
Hoi man V. Bennett
I Ph. 3-20:0 Olympia Bldg. |
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SEASON'S BEST WISHES
MIRAMAR PHARMACY
1741 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-4942
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
FIN-NOR MACHINE
SHO?
21 N. W. 9th St. Ph. 2-7128
To our Many Friends A
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH
COMPLIMENTS
AMERICAN BEAUTY
COSMETICS
O
"Finest Quality
Nothing Over 25c"
121 SEYBOLD AHCADL'
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
I BRITTON RUSSELL F. HAND. |
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INC.
Insurance for Every thing
SCO Seybo!d Building
Phor.e 3-4751Miami
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BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HALLSTANLEi CO.
Keystone Varnish a .id
Paints
113 N. E. 9th Street
PHONE 3.S228
196 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 3-2701
To Our Many Jewish Fric-nds
May the New Year Bring Ycu
Abundant Happiness and
Prosperity
T
HAYES VINING
CO.. INC.
2025 Eisc_yne Blvd.
FHONE 3-4361
GREETINGS
E R O V7 N S
SUPER PAINT &
BODY SHO?
Compel? Renoir Service
N. Mis mi Ave at 36th St.
BUDGET PLAN
PHONE 2-6831
'24 Ho-jrs ol Gull Servi;?"
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
I. BARBASH and
SONS. INC.
CARS FOR RZNT
PARKING S^RVICZ
231 N. E. 1st St. Ph. 2-9:2'.

CE.tr HAY
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niT^ rfi'AMINS d.l> nJ G
LOTTLED BY
SUN SPOT
BOTTLING CO.
2231 N. W First Court
.NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Palm Pharmacy
Dr. C. I. Erirson
2200 N. W 23th S'reet
K one 2-CC5";
MM Ml bU
MAY ALL JEWRY BE INSCRIBED FOR A YEJB OF LTFE. HAPPINESS, HEALTH
I'a&B PIPES METAL

MfWMar IiUnMH
A. & B. PIPE & METAL CO., Inc.
500 NORTHWEST FIFTH STREET CORNER NORTHWEST FIFTH !IVE.
EVERYTHING IN PIPE. PIPE FITTINGS. MACHINERY. EQUIPMENT.
STRUCTURAL STEEL. ELECTRICAL CONDUIT. PLUMBING SUPPLIES
PHONE 3 6211
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|\ THE EUROPEAN VOLCANO
bv MORRIS C. TROPER
eyt*-witlM'iiN ......Mil nl .....
- ,:i Kin "I" \* llN l' il li 1!
, i l.\ III. i II II Of 111.-
Kx< fill lv- i ' ' i llnill.....'..mill,! ii n ii..
|.,.|i rmiilui Hum i plli-l win k
III.- lliKIIVSKt'll .1. . I'll. I-Mil
Extending Happy New Year
. : : INGS TO ALL
HOWELL APARTMENTS
Ph. 2.9214 360 S. W. Eth St.
New Year Brmq You
ABUNDANT HAPPINESS
AND PROSPERITY
THE GRANADA SHOPS
PHONE 4 363!
nee tie Leon Blvd
G R K E T 1 Nils
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
- 2 N V." 36th Sin
Imported and Domestic
Delicacies
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All My Friends
and Acquaintances
T
I. T. FARREY
BUILDING DIVISION
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
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that is human has been driven to
seek shelter underground until
tins holocaust has passed
The Joint Distribution Ci m-
mittee was the last Jewish or-
. is more than an oci an
ng us from the volcano
I Euprope Europe and
are worlds aparl All
life in Europe has ceasi d
,,- I, arm d to livi and
dark. Mother ask to
their childri n taken i
I to bi sent air..ad v
lay nevi i thei
l \ lung is ral ioned id
si curitj. happu
Mi n and w omen
- .'crywhore Eu-
con til -.' h all
either rofugi
.. refugi i s I 'rii ci and
I mts and ll
vanderers in a world in
v. a loaf of bn ycli
blanket are th<
Human lifi cheap
. all thouj : ol any-
ul survival have bei n
I'd I), ath o .mi s and
Evi r>'
GREETINGS
i i
T
PIONEER GARAGE
2815 N. Miami Avenue
jBest Wishes for a Happy ?nc" j
Prosperous New Year t
I D. C. COLEMAN |
I Sheriff of Dade County |
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAH
ELECTRIC SALES &
SERVICE CO.
1*50 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Anticipating the inevitable, part
of our staff had been sent ahead
to prepare an office in Bor-
deaux, so that J. D. C. work
might no on uninterruptedly
Those who remained In Tans
stayi d on until the German nuns
were at the verj gates ol tin
city We had wanted to remain
even longer in Paris, but the
American embassy advised us
against such a course You have
no doubt read the graphic news-
pa| er accounts of the flight ol
large sections of the Fn nch p
pie from beleagui red Pan.- to
th ..I France, Tens ol thou-
I r< mil., i i clogged the
Is from Pan-- to Bordeaux,
n leafening h i ol
t< rrifj
' airplam s overhead, ad-
lo tin ti rror ol those seek-
lo escape the invading Ger-
i Trains I pped
E\. rj i.....ibh :
was pn ssi d into
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WAR REFUGEES IN FRANCE
MORRIS C. TROPER
panization to evacuati Pans be-
fore thai beautiful city was sur-
:' i to thi Nazi armies
Season's Greetings to My
Many Friends
EILEEN RACICOT
Roscoe Studio of Dancing
.1336, 260 N E 79 SI
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PARCEL DELIVERY OUR
SPECIALTY
from a Pan I
.1 Load of F
V \ \ N !
SPECIAL DELIVERY
INCORPORATED
'. N E Oltn STREET
PHONE 3 3385
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
B I S C A Y N E
LIQUOR STORE
3121 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7.35S6
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MR. AND MRS. I
| JULIUS DAMENSTF1N [
I AND DAUGHTER
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS |
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To All My Jewish Friend;
R. B. CHASTAIN
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
, j ROBERT E. COLLINS I
| | ARCHITECT
I Nine N. W. Third Street
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A Very Happy New Year
MELVIN ROGERS
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
804 1st St.. Phone 5-4558
MIAMI BEACH
During the invasion of the low Countries list Mav more than 80.0C0
Jews from Belgium and Holland f'.od to France. A month later dur-
ing the Battle of France these refugees were comoelled to continue
their flight to escape the Ge-man armies. T0da thev havf found
shelter in unoccupied France with the aid of the Joint Distribution
Committee which is a participant together with the United Palestine
Apoeal and the National Refuaee Service in the 1940 United Jewish
Appeal for Refugees and Ovp'spas Nopds.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. T. L. LOWRIE
To My Many Friends and
Acquaintances
W. H. PEACE
BUILDING INSPECTOR
Fx'ends Best Wishes for A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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To You All!
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Ph 7-4977 7400 N E 2nd Av
TO OUR PATRONS A MOST HAPPY -.ind FRIEMDS NEW YEAR
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BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
HARRY
GORDON
AND FAMILY
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A B E S S .
C O S T A R
AND
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ACCOUNTANTS
First National Bank Bldg.
PHONE 3-5549

Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH CAMNER
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RODNEY MILLER
Building Construction
Miami Miami Beach
Coral Gables
May The New Year Bring You
Abundant Happiness and
Prosperity
Standard Refrigeration
Equipment Supply Co.
Ph. 3-5S31 19 N. W. 11th St.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON
MOTORCYCLE CO.
332 West Flagler Street
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
EDSINGER HOTEL
1244 Ocean Drive
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940
We Meet The Challenge
OUR ANSWER TO THE CALL OF THE TIMES
by HENRY MONSKY
President of B'nai B'rith
Hounding hlnh note of
. lM,i i.uih. Mr. Moimky, In his
i;,.sh Himhunnh iik-mnibi.- to tn
.1, of \in- li i outllneii .i i'i"
Kruin for nil AmeiUaiiK to meet
the elmllenise I hill faeex .1:1 who lie-
lieve in Mi.' Ameilesill <> > n-
1:.!
litical theories without potential
danger to America. But now that
these alien philosophies and
their advocates have come out of
hiding and stand forth as a chal-
Events of the past year have
di monstrated the danger of pre-
dictions during an epoch of cata-
clysmic changes. To have fore-
seen but a fraction of the grave
happenings of the year to which
we are about te bid an unrc-
gretful farewell even the wis-
dom of the prophets of old would
not have sufficed, Yet there
were far-sighted men and wo-
men who had the vision and un-
derstanding t" see the trend of
the times.
It was not so long ago that
those of US who were denounc-
ing Nazis. Fascists and Commun-
ists in America as a threat to
American democracy were cried
down as prophets of doom It
was only yesterday that those
who sounded a warning against
the enemy at home, against the
pseudo-patriot who waved the
American flag with his hand
and in his heart was betraying
everything that flag stood for
were likened to Jeremiah of old.
Nor do we have to go beyond
this fast-ebbing year to remem-
ber the skepticism winch greet-
ed those who urged America to
make herself strong by building
her moral and material di fi n-
M S
Then foreign isms were re-
garded by many as academic po-
HENRY MONSKY
longing menace to the peace and
security of the nation, it is ob-
vious to all that participation in
the activities of Nazi, Fascist and
Communist inspired and direct-
ed organizations is no longer
compatible with any pretense of
loyalty to America and Ameri-
can ideals We of B'nai B'nth
are proud that the public pro-
>'
1 A HAPPY
NEW YEAR

A. E. EDMONDS. D.D.S.
512 Olympia Bldg.
Dr. and Mrs.
MILTON SASLAW
Wish All Their Friends
and Relatives a
HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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I Sincere Wishes For A .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
I DR. JOHN B. SEEDS ,
i PHONE 4.5625 j
1500 N. W. 26th Ave.
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Compliments
of
Dr. Adele Hampton
DR. AND MRS.
STANLEY FREHLING
Extend Best Wishes
For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
til
nouncements of our authorized
spokesmen have always been
outspoken and unequivocal m
opposition to and condemnation
of all movements inimical to
American institutions and Amer-
ican freedom.
Time was. and not long ago.
when in too many quarters
Americanism was regarded as
blatant chauvinism. Now the
whole country is turning to a re-
newed fervor of dramatized
Americanism, in its best sense.
Long before the present trend.
B'nai B'rith carried on an in-
tensive Americanism activity as
an integral part of its year
round program.
There were many. too. who
deplored the lack of moral fibre
and lack of responsibility in
youth, who had been blamed for
many of our political, economic
and moral ills Recognizing
youth's potentialities for help-
ing to regeni rate Am. rican and
Jewish life. B'nai B'rith this
year broadened tin' scope of its
Hillel Foundations, which wen
founded nearly two decades ago
as cultural, religious and social
welfare centers at American uni-
versities and colleges. The Hillel
movement now serves over !!.">
001) Jewish students on 4;t cam-
puses where Jewish youth's vis-
ion, energy and capacity ler
acievi ment are being harnessed
for constructive purposes And
from these young people will
come our leaders of tomorrow.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. RALPH B.
FERGUSON
320 S. E. 1st Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR HARRY H. YOUNG
Olympia Bu lding
Phone 2-2853
As the Hillel Foundations bring
home to college VOUth the values
and traditions of the Jewish
people, so does Aleph Zadik
Aleph imbue adolescent youth
with a positive approach to
Jewish problems, guarding them
against a distarted perspective
and assuring them of a broad-
ened horizon. And the Vocation-
al Service Bureau of B'nai B'rith
helps to direct all Jewish youth
in a more intelligent selection of
careers and occupations in a
world influx.
W, have confidence that
whatever the morrow may hold
in store, courage, patriotism,
faith, loyalty and character will
always be desirable assets. And
these are the attributes which
B'nai B'rith has taught and will
continue to teach those who
come within the sphere of its in-
fluence
A- the year .">Toi in the lb -
brew call ndar takes its pla
the annals of man. B'nai B'rith
looks back upon t';; years ol ser-
vice to humanity during which
B'nai B'rith has witnessed much
history in the making. It has
Seen crises come and go. It has
heard prophets of doom fore-
tell the end of civilizatii '
they are doing nowand it has
seen them buried under their
own unrealized predictions, as
it will again. It has lived
through some of the most turbu-
if
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. Holden Bsckwith.
D. D. S.
Jack Holden Backwith,
D. D- S.
EXODONISTS
Ingraham Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
COMPLIMENTS
DR. ALFRED
G. LEVIN
<.; R F. E T i n <.; s
DR. ROGER W. ARNOLD
221 S. W. 22nd Avenu*
PHONE 2-5839
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPP1 and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
^
DR. SOL SELEVAN
EEST wis::es
FOR A
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
DR. B. I. COLEMAN

Extend to All Their
Relatives ar^d Friends
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
lent times that mankind has
known but not once has .< na-
tional emergency found B'nai
B'nth. nor American Jewry, ,,f
which it is a cross-s ction,
'wanting, for we have always
helped fortify the effort to keep
America safe for democr.es
It is difficult to say Happy
New Year at a time when our
whole system of modern society
is being challenged and threat
ened by menaces which have
been brought into dreadful ic-
tuaiitv by events oversea- In
the Old World nation after na
tion has gone down under the
titanic force of the triple-head
, d juggernaut of Nazism. Fas
cism and Communism. History
has boon made with lig
hk'- speed. All the human vil
111 s and traditions which 1
ations havi been taught to re-
spect and uphold are being
ted out For e is disp! n
aith and fear is ovi rooming I
litudi Evi n h< re in Ai
which has not heard thi I
i if tho invader's boots f. i
than a century, a wave ol 1 am
be spreading a
CONTINUED ON PAGE :
DR. and MRS.
JOS. B. MARGOLIS
AND DAUGHTER
AND SON
T
Extend to All Their
Relatives and Friends
Sincere Wishes
for a
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
f
N E w Y EAR
GREETINGS

DR. E. J. HALL
To All of Y< u My Friends
May the Ni w Year Bring
HAPPINESS AND
PROSPERITY
M. IAY FLIPSE
Phono 3-3164
Huntington Building
DR. and MRS.
BARNEY WEINKLE
AND FAMILY
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Dr. and Mrs.
MAX PEPPER
and Family
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Extend Best Wishes
ior a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Relatives
and Friends
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Dr. and Mrs.
HAROLD RAND
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for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL THEIR FRIEND?
Dr. and Mrs.
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FELICITATIONS
TO ALL
Dr. and Mrs.
A. E. ROSENTHAL
and Family
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Extend to All Their
Relatives and Friends
Sincere Wishes
far a
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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KVKKYl >NKI
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PAGE FORTY-NINE
MEET THE
CHALLENGE
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 481
, .....i European events reaches
. ever attentive cars,
Bui it >s J|lst m sucn extraor-
. nines that B'nai B'rith
as an even greater rcsponsibil-
Itj to America and to Jewry.
Our job is tn remain calm and
i,, help others to stay calm, too;
lo be ready for any emergency;
id answer any call our govern-
ment may make upon us with
all the resources and manpower
:it our command, but to shun de-
nt and panic. We must be
alert to repel any and all dan-
thai may threaten our coun-
irj from within or without, hut
A.il he playing into the
hands of the enemy of America,
foreign or domestic, if we allow
is lo he driven into in-
dividual or collective hysteria
For 'he coming year let our ral-
cry he faith, determination.
rouragc faith in the future of
rica; determination that it
shall he the future that its fath-
ers planned for it courage to
build that future, come
r may,
'.'.' live in a land which is the
stronghold of that fighting
!Hith of equal nhts to all and
n i responsibilities for all.
Our I'I.il: The American Flag
lever been blacked out ami
HAPPY NEW YEAR
j GREETINGS
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I MAJOR WALSH I
j SALVATION ARMY |
| 115 E. Church. Orlando. Fla.
" never will be blacked out if
we stick firmly to the job of
protecting the nation against un-
friendly designs from without
and making it secure against en-
emies m our own household.
Some ol those who are suffer-
ing from the jitters over events
abroad ami their repercussion on
this country are beginning to
question the efficacy of democ-
racy t.. meet the challenge ol
tli.' time.-. We of B'nai B'rith
are not among such doubters
and never will he
We have confidence that the
dynamics of democracy are far
more powerful that any totali-
tarianism can ever be. We have
faith that democracy will and
can manilest its strength and
power to meet every and any
challenge if all Americansof
all races, creeds and political
Convictions- accept the discip-
lined responsibility that citizen-
ship in a democracy imposes and
count no sacrifice too dear if on-
ly freedom may prevail,
We of B'nai B'rith stan.I ready
for that sacrifice today as we
always have and always will.
That is our message to America,
to Jewry and to B'nai B'rith ev-
erywhere on the eve of the
Ni-w Year
PREPARE NOW 10
FACE THE FUTURE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 43)
( \< ry class and of every shade of
opinion to join in helping to pre-
serve what we have already es-
tablished in Palestine We must
unite to help extend the possibil-
itise of Palestine as a place of
immediate refuge. We must give
them that chance.
Hitler did not find us alto-
gether unprepared. One-half
million Jews who otherwise
would have been without a home
over their heads now have home
and security m EretZ Yisroel;
organized, strong, self-sufficient
they face the future with cour-
age and faith. They have proven
what Jews can do m a land they
can call their own They have
proven their ability to defend it
Greetings and Best Wishes
EBERHART FLOOR
COVERING STORE
NEW LOCATION
485 N. Orange Avenue
Ph. 7025Orlando. Florida
as well as to build it. They pre-
sent the greatest human mani-
festation of our time, establish-
ing not merely a haven of ref-
uge but a rich new lit.- and social
order that invites tin- admiration
of the world.
This achievement ol our peo-
ple in Palestine should make us
proud The example of their
courage and bravery should in-
spire us with new hope and with
new courage to face the future
As we join in prayer for the New-
Year we should thank God for
the privilege that is ours to help
build once more the Jew ish
Homeland We should be grate-
ful that in these United States
we have tln> freedom not alone
to shape our own lives and to
worship m our own way, but al-
so the means and the opportun-
ity to help save the remnant of
Israel. We must resolve to de-
vote our means and our strength
to preserve and to extend what
our Chalutzim have ahead;, i -
tablishcd in Palestine As An '
icans we shall pray lor the
preservation ol democracy
for the redemption of free peo-
ples everywhere in the world
Wi must have complete faith in
the Ultimate defeat of the ene-
mies of democracy and when
that day shall come Israel :n
Palestine will fmd its proper
place among the nations of the
world.
Best Wishes for a Happy
j Nl w Year
j MISS A. ROSS
|2ii7 Gore W Orlando. Fla
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SINCERE GREETINGS
May 57(11 Bring Happiness
and Joy to All Jewry
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Orlando. Florida
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GREETINGS
ORLANDO
WELDING CO.
324 W. Pine
Orlando. Florida
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MR. and MRS.
B. J. COHEN
AND FAMILY
Orlando, Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
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MR. and MRS.
LOUIS BAUM
131 N. Orange
Orlando. Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
Orlando. Florida
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS

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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
D. VARNER
234 W. Central Avenue
Phone 3153
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
STUDFBAKER
Distributor and Denier
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
DATSON DAIRIES
Orlando. Florida
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Happy New Year Greetings
JACK BOYLES
MOTORS
N Orange-Livingston
Phone 9902 Orlando. Fla
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS

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Orlando. Florida
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IRRIGATION
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
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HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO MY FRIENDS
ORLANDO
WILLYS CO.
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
:
900 N. Orange Avenue
Phnne 7595
Orlando. Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
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WALTER J. WILCOX
IN<^ I
FOSTER FOOD STORE < ;
Grocery. Fancy Western Meats Westinghouse Appliances
8 E. Church Phon* 6834 E Central at Mam Ph, 3751 I
Orlando, Florida Orlando. Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ATLANTIC BEER & ALE;
1171 N. Oranae Phone 6154
ORLANDO FLORIDA
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FLORIDA AERONAUTICAL
& SUPPLY CO.
Aeronca Distributors
Cannon Mills Field
< irlando, Florida
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
from
THE AMERICAN BENEFIT COMPANY
Offering Funeral Insurance for the Entire Family
Box 1980Orlando. FloridaPhone 5732
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HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
VOTE FOR
GEO. F. BRASS
for
MAYOR
ORLANDO
OCTOBER 8TH

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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940
OHEV SHOLOM SYNAGOGUE. ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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TABLE TALK
HABONOTH GROUP
ENTERS FOURTH YEAR
Thi Miami Chapter of Habon-
oth is entering us fourth year
ol activities in Miami. This or-
zation takes us motto from
the translation of the Hebrew
Habonoth, feminine build-
, rs The Habonoth movement
attempts to Imild the charactci
and personality of Jewish worn-
enhood The Miami Chapter is (
.1 part ol the national movement Bruce Barton (Rep, N Y
which was fostered by the Wom-
POLL
"Two additional facts of inter-
est were developed. A special
mailing was sent to voters with
Jewish names. The returns did
not vary l*"! from the general
averages This would seem to
dispose effectively of the myth
that there is a solid Jewish vote
which will no to Roosevelt. There
is no Jewish vote. Jews, like
Catholics and Protestants, vote
as Americans, not as members
his Branch of the Union of Or-
thodox Congregations of Amer-
ica. The Ladies Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation was the first sis-
terhood in this area to belong
to the Women's Branch and thus
the Habonoth movement m
Greater Miami was horn, due to
the efforts of Mrs. Abraham A.
Kellner.
From a small beginning the
group has grown in achievements
and prestige Among the varied
activities of character building
thi' girls Learned the meaning
ol Torah true Judaism through
practice and the results are in-
dicated by the fact that several
of the original members of Ha-
bonoth now teach Sunday School
in the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congiegation. A highlight of the
Habonoth. career was the dona-
tion Ol a Safer Torah to the
Synagogue
SAVAGERY
"The Na/.i creed is a rotten
creed. They talk of a new ordei
in Europe, but there is nothing
new about Nazism It is a r< VI r-
Bion to the primitive principles
of savage tribes They worship
the swastika, which means noth-
ing. They believe war is better
than peace and they wish to
make all other nations then-
slaves 'Alfred Duff Cooper.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WONT YOU
HAV A TAMPA
CIGAR?
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Happy New Year To Al!
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HOME ICE COMPANY
1900 Kuhl Ave. Phone 8270
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Winter ParkPhone 91
B. J. COHEN
Greetings and Best Wishes
For A Happy New Year
HARRY'S
RESTAURANT
Orlando, Florida
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAH
C. W. JOHNSON & SON
Termite Exterminating
1627 E. Concord Ave.
Phone 5720. Orlando. Fla.
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Abundant Happiness and
Prosperity
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Factory at Pine Castle
P. O. Box 463
ORLANDO. FLA.
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ORLANDO FARM
EQUIPMENT STORE
710 W. Robinson, Orlando. Fla. 1
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
MILLS & NEBRASKA
CENTRAL FLORIDA
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ORLANDO
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49 W. Concord
Orlando. Florida
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New Year Greetings
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SERVICE STATION
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1300 N Orange Phone
Orlando. Fla.
CHAPMAN DAIRY
Phone County 1931J1
Route 4 Orlando. Fla.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BULLS EYE
BEVERAGES
New Yorker. Town Hall
Esquire
PHONE 3272
Orlando Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To My Many Jewish Patrons
LIBBY FREEMAN
Plumbing-Heating-Well Drilling
711 W. Church
Orlando, Fla.
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PAGE FIFTY-ONE
Faith In A Faithless World
Ijbeen roplaeed by the pagan can be achieved only by al.ef in its God-Emperor seems
strains of a Wagner. A faithless faith in God. that faith which bent on destroying not only the
world indeed- cri 'S out. with Job. -Even though physical self of the Chinese peo-
, c He Slav me vet will I trust in pie. but also the spiritual great-
Arid moving eastward into So- '* -vlt ..: .,h ih.. hm.ri-
r, j < _-. a Him A faithless world- neSS of Confucius and tne nuna
"** i. i- .,- ;., th. I ,.,rl Klv ,>,-, ,ii opiate of the people.- That was in the Catholic Church, there
And ho believed in the Lotd. hol> principles laid down by the ^ PT( d ,u.arl lwo should arisi. a State whicn insists
and he counted U O Urn to rehglon of God. Beaten and bat- $ hilVl. ,.,,, rai/ed in on excluslve obedience to an
rlghteousness. Thusi does; the tend a ethos, brave souls who as G()dk.ss M idw), foundt.d on Bncient,,
Bible in the Book of Genesw dared .ft their ycces in de; L^ can ^ Yes t call R()me! Bomto Mussolini, |Umes without number at th,
( apler is, verse 6, speak of ense of the religious ^spirit. 1 tnem8eive8 c 0 m m u n i 8 t'8t but a new 20th Century Caesar come hands of misguided Christ ans.
., ,|n,ni. speak not of those of the Jewish
Before
K
destruction of a book by fire can
extinguish the lamp of learning
contained therein. Our own
Jewish Talmud has been burned
times without number at lh'
hands of misguided Christians..
what a misnomer that is. Any- to life! And like the Caesars | but it still lives and, toJJ^ very
. defining our idea of who for nearly one hou- lhe trulh ;md djctat(,rs of (lld. n, will yet day. IS the gu de for dailyJrvtoJ
wha, is meant by belief in God sand years have been born lived smoke-screen of so- come to an ignominous end. of millions o, J.-s hn>ughom
, Faith in God. let us take d died on German so.l. and Communism behind Avhtch Mark my word. AMaithtewUhe world. A faithless world
ok at the world today. What have in many ways, even at the, hidd(,n unadulterat- world: Pdeed!
,,.,,. i, staggers the -mag- expense of heir own individual-, dictatorship of a stalin. U And now fn.(. are the remain- And how about Great Britain
llton t0 visualize what is ">'. demonstrated their not 103 Lnevitable that he 8hould in' countries of the world from and these United States'.- How
,l. -_ ....ii-.h ,-ivi- Pt cent, hut 150 per cent lov- .1 s > <
pning in the so-cauea civi k e join hands in bloody strife with this contaminating influence of (Continued on page B5)
i countries of Mil opt -ma i Hitler, for they are two of a Godliness? Japan with its be-
,.....,,i ,,.,,.1, ,i,t speak o the millions <.f Chris- ... _____ uuuum r
\ .. Each day and each niMH kindboth ruthless, both mcap-
; gs increasingly horrifying <"'* Protestant and Catholic ,
,,i conditions abroad In
, ,,,,, Bnd Western Europe, cx-
ive of Britain, the fuehrer.
I Hitler, is in complete con-
.! Is at this very mom-
pattering at the doors of the
,h Isles. In whose name ii
ho thus acting.' At least the
able ot the ordinary human love.
alike, whose voices have been ...... .,, ,
both dedicated to a passionate
stilled by an ideologv that rec- ,,
, ,. disregard and destruction of oil
ognizes but one law- the law ot ,. ,. ,,-, ,ni ,. ,t
. .>) Gods laws. History will yet
tore- physical, brutal Force ... __
, teach them the lesson that man
Niet/chi s Super-man has
placed
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
the gentle,
loving soul ot a
Goethe or a Heine
re
kindly and
Schiller, a
The soft al-
doth not live by bread alone.
There is an inner spirit which
must also be satisfied, and which
BASS' MARKET
223 E. South St.Phone 5624
Orlando. Florida
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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fuehrer has left God out ol
,,,,. With him it is -Me"
A new 20th Century
come to life! A revival
the paganism of Medieval
iny! Destroyed m the Ger-
Reich are those lofty and
iirt. a Bach or a Beethoven has
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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LA TROPICAL ALE
TAMPA FLORIDA BREWERY.
INC
212 S Parramore Street
PHONE 9255
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HELEN WARNER
DR. JULIAN C. ALLEN
VIOLIN INSTRUCTION
Beginners to Conceit Artists
For Appointment Phone 7416
Orlando. Florida
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1621 N. Chicago Avenue
Phone 5527Orlando. Fla.
Iiutoi "1
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BROOKHAVEN SALVAGE
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615 Brookhaven Drive
Phone 8015Orlando. Florida
May the New Year Bring You
Abundant Happiness and
Prosperity
Shaw's Service Station
16 N. ParramorePhone 6464
OPLANDO. FLORIDA
THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE
... wiwr
Happy New Year Greetings .
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M oi.l lull.....lT '' *
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS
AND FERTILIZER MATERIALS
PHONE 6771
Orlando, Florida
'hAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS. j
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American Machinery Corp.
PAC RITE
Fruit Packinn and Canning
Equipment
MayCobb Fertilizer Distributors
Phone 6184Orlando. Florida
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DISTRIBUTORS
7 N. Parramore Phone 5441
ORLANDO. FLORIDA

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Nurses' Registry
OLDEST IN ORLANDO
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Church and Main Bldg
Phone-Day 7228: Night 3098
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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is. !
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State Representative
Group 2- Grange County
Orlando. Florida
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e NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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338 N. Orange, Orlando, Fla.
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6, TRACTOR CO.
730 Central Ave. Phone 9881
Orlando. Florida
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. -.j |,j injv. tlon methods,
msi fm. 'I ni'l <'J -' ,:
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801 N Magnolia
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First National Bank Building
Orlando, Florida
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Cheney Highway
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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Florida National Bank BldQ.
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i ...
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WOMEN'S APPAREL
( 20 N. Orange Phone 7954
Orlando Florida
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HUTCHINSON
Trar-tor Equipment Co.
1216 W. Central
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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Dry Cleaning Company
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CLOTHES FOR MEN
205 North Orange
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
ami Satlfm-tor> S.
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Main Cl ice: 21 N. Parramore St.
Branch Office: 20 E. Church St.
Phone 6112 Orlando. Fla.
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Garden Flower Shop
790 N Orange Orlando, Fla.
AMERICAN FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANY
A FLORIDA OLD LINE COMPANY
Home Office, Orlando. Florida
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HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WOODS
FUEL OIL, COAL or COKE

We Can Serve You
1035 Robinson Orlando, Fla. Phone 9887
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Be Thrifty Ameri-Cap
Your Smooth Tires
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BREAD CAKE
MERITA
AMERICAN BAKERIES CO.
Orlando, Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Don Callaway Service Sta.
Fuel Oil and Kerosene Service
1231 W. Church Orlando. Fla.
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CHRYSLER CARS
904 W. Orange Orlando. Fla-
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PAGE FIFTY-TWO
*Jenist> fteridKann
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940
.
J
IN THE EUROPEAN VOLCANO
bv MORRIS C. TROPER
** care and sheltering work.
I Since my return from Lisbon
I in July, many people have asked
I me whether the American Red
truss is not doing the same work
as the J. D. C- With S/O.OOO.OOl)
Ol privately collected and gov-
ernmental funds at the disposal
ot the American Ked C ross for
iCONTINL'ED FROM PAGE 47) .,nrl .. h-.lf mil],,in Tauic in r..r> i- r i
ana .1 nan minion Jtus in con- n,.n-seetarian relict work in war-
viceautos too dilapidated to be tinental Europe who have been stricken Europe, it is perhaps
requisitioned py the government, brought under Nazi rule as the natural for casual observers to
old trucks, bicycles, pushcarts, result of German invasion. They assume that Jewish sufferers
will be cared for in the general
course of Red Cross relief activ-
ity. While it is true that the
Red Cross makes no discrimina-
tion in its beneiciarios. such a
Those who were less fortunate
had to march on toot. The jour-
ney, ordinarily five or six hours
in duration, lasted three days
and nights.
Whi n we arrived in in Bor-
deaux we found a J. D. C. office
in full operation. A Steady
stream of refugees poured into
the city from Northern France.
We were called upon to help
bring together families that had
been separated, to provide lodg-
ing and food to the homeless and
the weary. The hotels were ov-
ercrowded, many slept in their
have not been cut off from our
help. On the contrary, they re-
quire far greater assistance to-
day than ever before. Not only
must we provide them with
. mergency relief, child care,
medical assistance and clothing,
but we must continue to enable
conclusion loses sight of the tra-
ditionally special status of the
Jews of Europe, their arbitrary
Mediterranean was closed to nor-
mal shipping as the result of It-
aly's entry into the war. a new
channel for emigration was es-
hat might tablished Refugees now travel
through Russia, across Siberia.
to find new homes in other part.- segregation and the particular
of the world. I cannot stress too disabilities which have been im-
Strongly that the emigration of pUSla upon them as Jews. It ov-
Jews from Europe has not been erlooks the fact that in France,
halted by the war. When the Belgium and Holland for in-
suddenly happen in the night.
Th only worn out their shoes but
the very soles of their feet in
their long trek southward. It
would have been easy t<> yield
to despair, but we kept right on
working. It was not only the
material help that we gave that
1 d .- ime oi these dis-
:: SSed people.
we were on the
tin m was in itself a great moral
encouragement. We did every-
: ing pi ssible to render emer-
relief in France, as well as
: continue our other activities
throughout the world, until we
wen ordered by tin embassy to
, ., Franci Again the staff
of the J. D. C. found itself up-
But at the very moment
that we were dismantling our
temporary headquarters in Bor-
deaux and transferring our of-
Stance. Jewish refugees have
be< n interned m camps and are
not free to move about, to earn a
livelihood, or to return to their
residence; indeed, that over 500,-
000 native French, Belgian and
down to Japan and then across Dutch Jews are today being ra-
the Pacific to San Francisco or plcUy brought to the sad level
South American ports. Those
who an' bound lor Palestine use
the overland route through Tur-
key
Despite the many changes and
complications, the J. I) C. has
been able to adhere rigidly to its |fellow Polish citizens, but in ad-
The fact that principle ol bringing aid to the
spot to befriend needy Jews m c'.i rman territor-
of their German, Austrian. Pol-
ish or Czechoslovakia!! co-iv-
ligionists. It does not take into
consideration the tact that 1.-
250.1 no Jews m Poland not only
share the war burden with their
'dition are victims of specifically
to Lisbon, the life-saving
and the life-rebuilding work of companies
tin J D. C. was gi ing forward Germany.
unimpaired in fifty countries
throughout the worldin Pol-
and, in Rumania, in Hungary,
Italy. Lithuania. Greater Ger-
many. South and Central Amer-
ica, in Shanghai, in the Philip-
pines That work is still go-
mg on today and will go on as tained through transfer provide
long as the J. D. C. continues to our relief committees in
receive the support of American with the necessary resources
Jewry through the United Jew- ]continue their vitally
ish Appeal for Refugees and Ov- feeding, relief, medical aid. child
ies without benefiting the Ger-
man economy. Ever since 1933
we have had a financial trans-
fer arrangement w In reby Ger-
man Jews ami German Jewish
communities put up. in marks,
certain sums to bo used lor soup
kitchens, feeding and other ser-
vices which we wished lo ren-
der in Germany. We. in turn,
pay out m dollars the amounts
in I ii, ii lor the transportation of
emigrants from Germany We
pay these dollars to steamship
in countries outside
In this way. we are
enabled to continue our emer-
gency feeding and other pro-
grams in German-controlled ter-
ritories without sending Ameri-
can dollars in. A variant of this
same arrangement applies to our
work m Poland The zlotys ob-
Poland
to
needed
Happy New Year Greetings
J. S. JONES
THE TEXAS COMPANY
1239 Atlanta Ave. Ph. 5631
Orlando. Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FIRST FEDERAL
SAVINGS & LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF
ORLANDO
CURRENT DIVIDEND
AT RATE OF 4*
ACCOUNTS INSURED
Uo to S5.000.00 for
Each Account
Accounts by Mail Solicited
Fro. Booklet
Pine and Court Phone 4191 -
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There are today more than two
-1 i
COMPLIMENTS OF
THE SCHWOB CO.
Makers of
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
HAM'S BARBECUE
1029 N. Orange Avenue
Orlando. Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HUGHES ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY CO.
14 S. Hugbey Phone 4196
Orlando. Fla.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WESTERN AUTO
ACCESSORIES STORE
Lnrge-t Auto Accessories Store
in Centr.il Florida
10 W. Church
L
Orlando. Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HILL COLONIAL
HARDWARE CO.
1107 E. Colonial
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
.....
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. Kenneth F. Vail
HAPPY NEW YEAR
f
T. G. LEE
j Orlando. F
T. G. LEE DAIRY
Orlando. Florida
orida
COMPLIMENTS OF
SOUTHERN LIQUOR
DISTRIBUTORS INC.
Budweiser Beer
Ruppert's Beer
Schenley's Liquors
Fleischmann's Gin
Garret's Wines
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
SMMMSSMM>VMUBIIMMIIMMflMINMa^ll|iJ|||Ul|fc
Chiropractic and Naturographic :
Physician X Ray Diagnostic I
Laboratory Mid-State Therapy *
Centre Automatic Colonic I
Lavage
| 108 N Orange Ave. Phone 82201
: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY |
| ORLANDO. FLORIDA I
j Greetings and Best Wishes
THE FOUNTAIN
24 E. Washington Street
j PHONE 4301
Orlando. Florida
lan'i-Scmitc pcrsccu'i ns and dis-
abilities.
Apart from the conquered ter-
ritories, there remain special
Jewish problems in countries
like Rumania. Hungary, Switz-
erland. Italy. Yugoslavia, etc.
These do not fall within the
scope of Red Cross or other gen-
eral war relief work. Anti-
Semitic discriminations, numer-
us Clausi and persecutions in
these countries have reduced the
Jews to a state of destitution and
servitude: their only hope for
continued existence lies in the
aid brought to them by the J. D.
C. Nor does the American Red
Cross operate in Germany. Aus-
tria or former Czechoslovak! i.
where 400.000 Jews, brought to
their knees bv sustained I'lim-
pai; .".' of hatred and v.t::'.i...-:.Aj ,
find their sole ray of hope in the
thought that, with the aid of J.
D. C. they, or. at least their child-
ren, may be able to escape to
lands of freedom. It goes with-
out saying that emigration aid,
one of the J I) C s most sig-
nificant functions, is totally out-
side the scope of Red Cross ac-
tivity.
The J. D. C. has in Europe to-
day a stall of competent Ameri-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 56)
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
li<
"'
BEST WISHES FOR A
I
HAPPY NEW YEAR |
I. O. YOUTSEY
, Contractor of Plaster and Sti eco I
520 Brookhaven Drive
PHONE 5872
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
KIEHL & STEVENS. INC.
DESIGNERS BUILDERS
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
JHAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGSJ
May th c New Year Bring Vou
Abu ndant Happ mess and
Prosperi ty
GREENTREE SODA
371 N. Orange Avenue
Phone 4781 Orl.in do. Flori la
TUTHILL'S MARKET
i 470 N. Orange Phone 6'89
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
PURCELL CLOTHING
AND FURNITURE CO.
W I
. n.li). Kli
We Clothe the Fam.ly
We Furnish the Home
GREETINGS
C C P E R R Y
Refrrrjer.-it ion Service Corp.
R I'rneratmn Maintenance
Servel and Norge Dealers
Methel and Sulphur Machine
Repans
33 Llkeview Ave Phone 8460
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
....
Happy New Year Greetings
GREGORY SPORT SHOP
We RepairNew and Rebuilt Bi-
cycles Guns Lawnmowers
Lrck24 Hour Service.
Work Called for and Delivered
210 W. Church Orlando, Fla.
PHONE 9945

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Happy New Year Greetings
ELLERS RED ROSE
FEED STORE
Hardware. Fertilizer. Poultry
Supplies. Paint. Roofing. Fencing.
Baby Ctvcks
2524 So- Kuhl Avenue Phone 4026
Oi lands. Florida
GREETINGS
BUY OR RENT BOOKS
THE OWL BOOK SHOP
10 Washington Street Arcade
Phone 7949Orlando. Florida
Happy New Year Greetings
CASH CARRY
WHOLESALE GROC. CO.
117 W. Washington Phone 3673
Orlando. Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
KOSHER MARKET & DELICATESSEN
S. MENDINKOWITZ
119 W. Church Street Phone 3556
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FULFORD VAN & STORAGE
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
133-35 N. Main St. Phone 5286
i
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ORLANDO ICE DELIVERY
244 Boon Street
Phone 5678
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
COMPLIMENTS OF
HEINTZELMAN'S. INC.
FORD -- MERCURY ZEPHYR
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SWEAT & AULT
ROOFING. SHEET METAL
WORK. AIR CONDITIONING
515 Brookhaven Drive
| PHONE 5227
t'Electrol Oil Burning
Oil Burners Furnaces
.Mueller Furnaces Space Heaters
| ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLUORESCENT ENGINEERING COMPANY
Plans and Specifications Furnished at No Obligation
476 North Oranoe A,. phone
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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3
PRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940
*Jet*i$ti fkradlimri
PAGE FIFTY-THREE
.iNtWHUAU IU
PPORTUNITY
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4b)
i. Czechoslovakia and Hun-
ln i!>40 Immigration from
lands /decreased sharply
dui to war conditions.
spreading o( the war zone
progressively reduced immi-
i from Europe to America's
, rn seaboard. Japanese
however, are now bring-
our Western harbors-
Francisco, Seattle and Los
.. ,,s refugees who have
. |( ;, (I the long trek from
Europe through Russia
S ri i.i to Yokohama. This
in immigration is raising
new problems for the re-
. i in program of the Na-
Refugce Ser\ ice- problems
. :, being met by national
g with leadi is in this
throughout the country
ut> iuii ,i iiiiifriurdry drop in
immigration does not lessen the
task of the National Refugee
Service, for there is a large
"bach log" of refugee clients who
need jobs, rehel and resettle-
ment,
These newcomers are, for the
most part, educated, capable
people who were professionals,
business and and skilled work-
ers in Europe. They want an
opportunity to fit into the eco-
nomic and social life of Ameri-
ca. They need some help in re-
constructing their lives rapidly
and happily
A job is the answer li, the
needs of many arrivals. But both
employment and general adjust-
ment an difficult in New York.
A few thousand recent immi-
grants would seem to be only a
drop m the sea of seven million
people, bul the understandable
tendency of the newcomers to
cling to each other in their own
community life hampers the
very necessary adjustment that
..,,.. anuuiu ue Hunting iu Amer-
ican ways.
Therefore the idea of "reset-
tlement," of spreading refugees
throughout the cities and towns
of the United States has been
evolved as an answer to this
problem. Today the National
Refugee Service has more than
"50 committees taking part in
the resettlement programhelp-
ing to absorb the refugees into
the mainstream ol America
which flows from New York
westward During 1(13!) some 3-.
500 refugees were resettled and
that number have already been
resettled in the first six months
of 194(1
The storekeeper in Missouri
was such a resettle!", a musician
who has organized a symphony
orchestra that has enlisted the
backing Ol a whole city is anoth-
er a rabbi whose personality has
not only revitalized the Jewish
cor lunity ol a west coast town
ucta UlOUgni aoout better rela-
tions between Jews and non-
Jews is yet another: a young man
retrained as a machinist and just
making a meagre start in lifea
start m life that was impo
in a land of persecutionis still
another.
A phase of this new immigra-
tion which has not received the
attention it deserves is the
large number of refugee enter-
prises established in this coun-
try in the last two or three years.
Kiving employment to thousands
of American workers. using
American raw materials and of-
ten producing goods that were
Happy New Year Greet, no, to
Our Friends ,ina Patrons
I. FRANK VANN
1242 North Miami Avenue
Fleetwood Refrigerators and
Market Fixtures
previously imported. The list of
such products is longa refugee
brought a secret process for
treating the wood used in smok-
ing meat and now employs 150
Americans; a patented textile
printing process for applying
mock gold to fabrics has been
established: an ancient glass firm
from Prague moving to New
York made a success with a pho-
|to-ch( mical technique for glass
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 561

To .Mv M,1nv Jewish Friends
May the New Year Brinq You
Abundant Happiness and
Prosperity
FRANK McNELLIS. Jr.
Postal Blda. Phone 3-5865
c
A NEW FUTURE IN AMERICA
A Happy .md
A i M
Prosperous N<-va
, J< A.sh F lends
LEONA MARSHALL
Cofiee Shop
SEVBOLD ARCADE
New Year Greetings
R I. G ARI.ICK
SERVICE STATION
318 N. E. 13th Street
Phone 2 4344
A Happy New Year
MRS. LAKES
PASTRY SHOP
153 N. W 36th Street
HAPPY NEW YEAR
EUGENE WINE 6,
LIQUOR STORE
161 S. E. 1st Street
New Year Greetings

A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
AUDIPHONE COMPANY OF MIAMI. INC.
Hearing Aids By Western Electric
Developed bv Bell Laboratories
117 N. E. 1st Ave.1211-13 Security Bldg.. MiamiPhone 3 3840
W. Palm Beach Office. 3800 Washington Dr. Phone 8592
\
AHAPPYNEWYEAR A
ALFAR
456 FLAMINGO DRIVE- WEST PALM BEACH
Acidophilus Milk and Homogenized Vitamin D Milk
Perfectly Pasteurized Milk Sweel Cream Buttermilk
Cottage Cheese Salt and Sweet Butter Fresh
Florida Eggs Ice Cream and Fancy Molds
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
PENNOCK CERTIFIED MILK
A Happv a-d Prosperous New
Year to Our Many Friends
LEVITT
Wholesale Grocery
906 N. w. 2nd Avenue
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
I
I LA. DRII.LICK
j 447 16th Street
| MIAMI BEACH j I
G li K E TINGS
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN & GRILL
N. W 7th Ave. at 5th St
_ Imported and Domestic
< j Delicacies
i .
I
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
j
I
MR and MRS. JAMES LEONARD ot LEONARDS

'760 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2 5861
Extend Best Wihes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
More Popular Every Day
SOUTHERN
TWIN-PACK BREAD
and
BETTER-MADE CAKE
Best W shes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ill
JUDGE AND MRS.
ISIDORE ZUKERNICK
J. BERNARD SPECTOR
902 Security Bldg.
I Sincere Wishes for a |
I HAPPY NEW YEAR |
I |
| Mr. and Mrs Joseph Schafier
I of the Y. M H. A. Cafeteria j
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A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
PHILS SUNDRY SHOP
638 N W. 27th Ave- Phone 4.7654
\ SEASONS GREETINGS
SUN RAY PARK HOTEL
j 125 S. W. 30th Court | I
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S EY BOLD
BAKING COMPANY
Best Wishes for A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
HARRY ZUKERNICK
New Year Greetings
To Our Jewish Friends
MARFLEET
Luggage and Leather Goods
Exoert Luggage Repair
4T \v, st Flagler Stn i I
PHONE 3-4891
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| Store and Restaurant
Equipment
808 N. Miami Ave.
PHONE 2-7381
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Best Wishes for A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. JULIUS S. SPERLING
710 N. W. 62nd Street
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Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PARK FURNITURE
EXCHANGE
I
919 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-6109
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I A HAPPY NEW YEAR |
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923 N. W. 5th Ave.. Ph. 3 2119 I
To All Our Friends
A Most Happy and
Prosperous New Year
SMILEY I.OBECK CO.
To Our Friends and Patrons
A Most Happy New Year
BILLS RADIO &
CREDIT STORE
V. A. BARRY
1327 N. W 3rd Ave. Ph. 3.3748
Sim i 1i Wishi s for A
Hapi j New Year
COCONUT GROVE
BAKERY
3029 Grand Av Ph, 4-3215
SINCERE WISHES
to OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR AND MRS.
JULES LEVITT
nnd Fnmily
Drt xel Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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MAXWELL HOUSE
DINING ROOM
Noted For Miami's Finest
Full Course Dinner 50 cents
J147 S W. 8th Street
PHONE 2 5922
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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ELECTRICAL WORKERS
LOCAL UNION
NO. 349
FRED HATCHER
Business Manager
m
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BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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MILTON FELLER


PAGE FIFTY-FOUR
*Jewist ncridHan
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940"
TENACIOUSLY WE CLING
TO THE SOIL

by DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
President lewish National Fund of America
The war that was lanchod with I spirit of freedom and of its stand-
the assault on Jewry seven years ard-bearors. Our martyr history
ago is now reaching the hour of
ultimate crisis. Some of the
foundations and landmarks of a
civilization that had Hebrew
mortar as its cement, stand sil-
houettedor fallagainst a sky
set ablaze by the implacable
foes of everything that has been
lofty and sacred to the western
world for two mlllenia.
As wea people whose con-
scious memory noes beyond the
recorded history of any existing
branch of the human family
prepare to usher in the advent of
the year 5701 of the Hebrew cal-
endar, the issue is sharply and
clearly drawn: The outcome of
the struggle will determine
whether light, justice and free-
dom, as advocated by the Proph-
ets of Israel, or darkness, cruelty
and oppression, as represented
by Nazidom and paganism, are
to be enthroned as the masters
of the world's destiny. There is
strength.. hope and comfort in
the delineation of the issue.
Right will prevail over might! In
its long history our people has
witnessed and survived the rise
and fall of brutal tyrannies that
sought similar world domination
throgh the crushing of the
is the classic example of stub- ary setbacksof the spiritual doubling our effortsand call
born resistance to evil and stead- fortresses which guarded, pro- upon American Jewry to respond
fast and unflinching hope for tected and sustained us in the to this callfor the wartime task
the victory of right. The severer past. Taking up these tasks of of the Keren Kaymeth which
the crisis and the greater the defense, we squarely face the merits the support and coopera-
' suffering, the deeper and ihe responsibilities of this grave tion of every Jew! More land
; stronger has become the hope hour. Together with the forces for more food for more people
jiof the Remnant of Israel; the of democracy in the world, we in Eretz Israel!
more numerous became the stand guard over its bastions
] ranks of those who accepted re- among which Eretz Israel is one .
sponsibilities for the outcome of of the few remaining fortresses.
the struggle. | Hoping, working and struggling |
In this struggle, the righting for the ultimate triumph of our |
of the wrongs that have been in- cause, we face the immediate re- j
Dieted upon Jewry and the up- i sponsibilities of the hour. Of
j building of Eretz Israel occupy a 'vital importance among these is
pivotal part. While bombs are the wartime progfam of the
Jewish National Fund in Pales-
tine. In this spirit, we of the
Jewish National Fund are re-
falling from the sky. we must
and shall tenaciously cling to
the spiritual values which give
ife. and to the soil in which our
past and future are deeply root-
ed. As we usher in the year
5701. we rededicate ourselves to
the defensedespite the ferocity
of the onslaught and the tompor-
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
TAMPA HOUSE &
'WINDOW GLEANING CO.
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Office Buildings. Factories
Private Homes
17 Years Experience
DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
LATIN-AMERICAN
LAUNDRY
1505 E. Columbus Phone Y 1673
TAMPA. FLORIDA
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COMPANY I
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DIAMONDS. WATCHES.
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FOR STATE OFFICE
EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
J. TOM WATSON
208
E Park Phone M.63484
TAMPA. FLORIDA

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RUSEE
TAMPA. FLORIDA
IF'KHIinit.UP-W-Hill.';
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHINA. SILVERWARE AND
ALL JEWELRY
jrepair work a specialtyj|| FIRST SAVINGS TRUST COMPANY OF TAMPA
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

TAMPA
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Happy New Year Greetings
THE CHATTERBOX
707 S. Howard Tampa. Fla.
Happy New Year Greetings
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Happy New Year Greetings
L. B. CHAPMAN
WESTERN MEATS
2114 E. Broat'wav Tamna Fla
Tampa. Fla. -
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Phone Y5148 Call Us Day or
Night and We Are On Our Way
Dixie Auto Painting Co.
Wrecked Cars Rebuilt. Welding
Wrecker Service
3426 15th St. Tampa. Fla.
| Happy New Year Greetings
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COMPANY
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HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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DEPARTMENT STORE
TAMPA. FLORIDA
TAMPA. FLORIDA
TAMPA. FLORIDA
\
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
BERGER
RACHELSON
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Happy New Year Greetings
HUGH CULBREATH
Constable District No. 2
423 Grand Central Ave.
Phone H.3871
TAMPA. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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3910 Hills Ave. Phone H-1714
TAMPA. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TOWNES TAMPA STEAM LAUNDRY
1107 5th Avenue Tampa. Florida
Happy New
EDWARDS
ear Greetings
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A.
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BEST WISHES FOR THE COMING NEW YEAR
Compliments of
MORRISON S CAFETERIA
WHERE YOU WILL FIND ONLY THE FINEST OF FOODS
TAMPA. FLORIDA
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A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
GUARANTY TITLE CO.
P. R. ROBJN. President
407 Twigg Street. Tampa. Florida
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
AIR WAY SWEEPERS
Eureka Vacuum Cleaners
Authorized Service Airway*
Service on All Makes
MR. PHILLIPS. Manager
Phone H.44242 Tampa. Fla.
r
Sincere Greetings to AH
ni" Jewish Friends
GARDEN THEATRE
YOIIR THEATRE
Nebraska and 20th Avenues
TAMPA. FLORIDA
BEST PICTURES
and
BF-ST PRICES
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WE ARE SINCERE
IN SAYING THAT
YOU NOT ONLY
WE WISH
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR. BUT A HAPPY.
PROSPEROUS LIFE AS WELL
TAMPA
ELECTRIC
COMPANY
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FRIDAY, CCTC3ETI 4, 1343
"" t*wl$l IflinriirMirtiip
PAGE FIFTY-FIVE
-1
FAITH IN II FAITH-
LESS WORLD
,\UED FROM PAGE 51)
re wo to God's ways?
of our daily living is
along the way ol truth
ghteousncss? True, Eng-
, us Magna Carta and we
Bill of Rights. Thank
( can still think and act as
H

But, have we faith?
faith, in this faithless
And thai brings me
v previous stati ment.
.;ini by belief in God
; :. in God"? Faith i
.. ative function of the
d It is an emphatic
aying yes. in defiance
voices issuing from the
ol the world that
I say it is creative, be-
ll creates in one's self
lo carry on. Is t
,,, self-delusion?
No
kind ol self-realization
v ,ut faith even the sell
alue
faith, ii belief in the
be counted to us for
righteousness, as the Bible says.
that faith must be translated in-
to action. We must be in the
forefront in the war of the Lord,
in the battle for righteousness.
Democracy is God's way of life.
It is being sorely tried Shall
wq simply reaffirm our faith
in His way of life by men'
mouthings and expressions ol
horror at the damage being done
in the world today by the fori
oi evil and faithlessm ss? < Ir
shali we translate that faith into
a living, breathing force bj pn
: to the hilt in dcfi nsi ol
our beloved democratic waj ol
lift the question of the
hour li we fail to answer il
ptly and adequately, gener-
yet unborn will arise to
mn u- and to relegate us lo
h Century dark agi
A evidence ol the beginnings
answer to that burning
question. 1 take you to N< w York
City where there was held at
Ihe Jewish Tl al Semin-
ary, a non-sectarian conference
on science, philosophy, and relig-
ion in their relation to the demo-
cratic way of life. At the ses-
sion held on September 10. Pro-
lessor Harry J Carman ol Co-
lumbia University made th< fol-
lowing significant statement:
"We have taken democracy too
much for granted. Clearly the
tune has come for something
more than phrases. We must
pul our house m order by ridding
il ol political corruption, intoler-
ance um mployment and poverty.
W> hould hold tight to l< gal
pn scriptions and procedun s;
trust only to lead' i con Minted
by instinct and bclii I to the de-
li nse ol civil liberties, and di a!
summarily with those who band
i-r to destroy them. Wi
i zealously guard all
a hi irlhi r the cause ol human
justici and liberty and do all in
oui power to work cooperative -
thers to this nd."
With a faithless world sur-
rounding us. let us. by our faith
in Clod, and in the ultimate sur-
vival of truth and righteousness
set a living example i<> all
kind.
WAY OF LIFE
it is necessary for the mem-
bers oi every American n ligious
denomination to bring to its peo-
ple as effectivelj as possible the
realization ol the importance ol
religious tradition for the
, rvation ol di mocracy in our
time. The weakness i
Ihe lace ol totalitai ian
ism has been due in the firsl
place to disunion and in the
i plac< to the failure lo
realize thai democracy is non
than men Ij governments
It is a way ol lifi
on the re ligious docti ii u i >t the
;atii. rhood ol God and the dig-
nity and worth <>l man.
"Judaism has an important
contribution to make to the pres-
ervation and spread of this doc-
trine. The National Academy
for Adult Jewish Studies will
seek to strengthen the faith in
God and In human dignity, by
I n a lii information regarding
the Jewish religious tradition.
Ji v. ish learning has always been
the foundation ol the Jewish
faith. It is particularly import-
ant that this foundation be strong
m our time when the great Jew-
ish cent, rs ol Ii arning in Europe
been so ruthlessly destroy-
Dr. Louis Finkelstein.
| ST WISHES TO ALL
H.ippy and Prosperous
\EW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs A. Einhorn
and Familv
Key West. Florida
REASON'S GREETINGS
Fulton Loan Service. Inc.
. Up to $300-Easy Monthly
... Suit Your income.
interest R.ite.
ll N.itl Bank Phone 277
TAMPA. FLORIDA
H.ippy New Year Greetings
CAPT. L. G HUDGINS
TAMPA. FLORIDA
, New Ye.ir Greeting*
HAMPTON-BULL-CROM
TAMPA. FLORIDA
| NEW YEAR GREETINGS
I KNOX STORES
| P10 E. Lafayette Street
Phones 25042505
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TAMPA. FLORIDA
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SEASONS GREETINGS
PRINCE CASH GROCERY
323 E Columbus Drive
n< M 53 891 Tampa. Fl.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DR. Q. C RANKIN
tuens Bldg. Tampa. Fl-
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ppy New Year Greetings To All
SWEENEY & MEIGHEN
CERTIFIED PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANTS
Maas Office Building
TAMPA. FLORIDA
HA"PY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
turf; exchange
TAMPA. FLORIDA
...
New Year Greetings
Hoffman's Market
634 South Andrews Ave.
FT LALDERDALE
HAPPY NEW YEAR
COSTELLO'S MARKET
106 South And'ews Ave.
FT LALDERDALE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ll
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DOCTORS REGISTSRY
1207 South Andrews
FT. LAUDERDALE
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY
JEWISH CUSTOMERS

ELI-WITT CIGAR CO.
307 S. W. 1st Avenue
FT. LAUDERDALE
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BARLITT'S MARKET
811 E. L.is Olas Blvd.
FT. LAUDERDALE
{ NEW YEAR GREETINGS
I J. BURBRIDGE
GTII. F STATION
GOODRICH TIRES
I BATTERIES SIMONIZING
| REGISTERED LUBRICATION |
I 101 N. E. 6th Ave- Ph. 9278
FT LAUDERDALE. FLA
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS
CUNNINGHAM JEWELRY CO., INC
USE YOUR CREDIT
Diamonds, Silverware. Watches. JewelryEasy Payments
REPAIRING BY EXPERTS
31 S. E. 2nd Street FT. LAUDERDALE Phone 355
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BUTLERS GRILL
BEER and WINE
644 North Andrews Ave
FT LAUDERDALE
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
F AN NIN
FUNERAL HOME
326 E Las Olas Blvd.
FT. LAUDERDALE
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BENTON FUNERAL j
HOME |
220 N W. 5th Avenue
Phone 9130
FT. LALDERDALE
BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS DURING THE
COMING YEAR-LET US HELP YOU MAKE IT A HAPPY
ONE BY FINANCING YOUR OWN NEW HOME
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FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF BROWARD COUNTY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
KING MOTORS
6 OLDSMOBILE 8
24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
GOOD USED CARS
217 S. E. 6th Avenue
FT LAUDERDALE
Ph. 108
I NEW YEAR GREETINGS
I CUSTER'S FISH &
! POULTRY MARKET
20 Wall Street Phone 74
. FT. LAUDERDALE
33 S. E 2nd Street
FT. LAUDERDALE FLORIDA
Phon 1900
, maun ..^jbimiw !'
HHHIM W*HM I -" '
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS
LAUDERDALE TILE &
TERRAZZO CO.
TILE and TERRAZZO
25 Years Experience
GENE ZORATTI. Owner
1244 S- E. 6th Ave. Phone 28
FT. LAUDERDALE
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FORM AN'S
DAIRY STORE
209 S. E. lt Avenue
Phone 189
FT. LAUDERDALE
[
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
GATE CITY SASH DOOR CO.
15 S. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 1430
Ft. Lauderdale
annum
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEWBOLD FUNERAL HOME
AMBULANCE SERVICE
1300 N. W. 5th Ave. Phone 1972
FT. LAUDERDALE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PIONEER SHEET
METAL WORKS
GEO STURGIS & SON
510 S. E. 6th Ave. Phone 263W
FT. LAUDERDALE
SAWYER MOTOR CO.
GULF GAS TIRES BATTERIES
GULF OIL
Complete Sales and Service
Phone 244 401 S Andrews
FT. LAUDERDALE
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWIS" CUSTOMERS
LAUDERDALE TAXIDERMY STUDIO
Guaranteed ServiceRecommended Throughout the U. S. A.
ESTIMATES FREEPHONE 990
FT. LAUDERDALE
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAYMOND CLOPECK CO., INC.
China Glassware Gift Items
Kitchen and Household Appliances
General Hardware and Paints
I
108 110 South Andrews
Ft. Lauderdale
SEARS TAKES PLEASURE IN WISHING THEIR
MANY JEWISH CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
OF BROWARD COUNTY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
VAN'S
AUTO PAINTING
BODY AND FENDER WORK
PAINTING DECORATING
I N. w. 1st Ave. Phone 66
FT. LAUDERDALE
NEW YEARS GREETINGS
i{
WHITES
TACKLE SHOP
228 S. E. 6th Avenue Phone 9245
FT. LAUDERDALE
m
SEARS
ROEBUCK
FT. LAUDERDALE
TELEPHONE 780
& CO



V-
PAGE FIFTY-SIX
^Jewisti fhridHaim
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940
IN THE EUROPEAN
0
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 52)
can social workers, stationed at
strategic points of the compass.
Representatives of the J. D. c.
are located in Portugal. France.
Italy. Switzerland, Poland. Hun-
gary and Lithuania. Affiliated
local committees are also work-
ing in every country of Europe.
The local committees in Belgium
and Holland, which were closed
down for a time during the Nazi
invasion, have reopened their
doors and are pleading for large
funds with which to render in-
dispensable aid to their stricken
Jewish communities. In unoc-
cupied France, committees have
been re-established in many cit-
ies. Their requirements are enor-
mous
One who has been in Europe
during the past year is painfully
aware that today the business
of Europe is war. Little or no
thought is given to relief or to
refugees or to human misery
The heads of refugee aid com-
mittees have themselves become
refugees. Few people have the
time or the inclination to con-
cern themselves with the ques-
tion of relief or millions in dis-
tress when their own physical l
safety is in immediate danger.
Under such circumstances. Eu-
ropean Jews even more than
ethers, must look to America for -
help. Non-Jews in the conquered
lands will have to make compro-
mises with their status of the
past, but at least they can feel
thai some remnant of human dig- trained voices, is under the abls
nitj is left them, that a place leadership of Cantor Joseph M,-
remains for them to work and to lek.
strive and to live. That is not
true of the Jews of Europe To stafl "f comPetent usher*
them .nothing is being left- W"j greet evervone at the doors
neither human dignity nor eco- ", SCrt them to t,u" suatS
New decorations have 'ecu
nomiC opportunity. For these
basic human requirements, the ? thUghUt the svna*Sue
Jews of Europe look to America ,y "* Clara Fme- Pdenl of
We cannot fail them. [ne Suteood and her commit-
It is within our power to ex-
tend this help through the Unit- hi charge of tickets is a coin-
ed Palestine Appeal and the Na- niittee. composed of Past Posi-
tional Refugee Service. jdent M. J. Kopelowitz. Vice
---------------------------' President Louis Gordon, and
CONG. REFURBISHED Norman Weksman, acting exec.
FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS "Z """^
--------- I he present numbers of the
Elaborate plans, under way [administrative board who are in
for several weeks, have now been charge of the activities of Beth
completed, and the Beth David Dav'd Congregation are: S. H. '
Synagogue is ready to welcome (Palmer, president; Louis Gordon. |
its many members and friends vuv president: Milton Friedman, i ^ ~T _
who will attend High Holic'av s<, Is the BEST' \
fl WEW RDflD TO
OPPORTUNITY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 531
printing: a refugee's synthetic
resin products for acid resistant
tubing and gaskets are now be-
ing turned out by a former Ger-
man firmthe list might be ex-
tended to hundreds lof enter-
prises.
Obviously there is a bread gap
between the man with the bar-
gain clothing store in a small
mid-western town and the refu-
gee who heads a firm doing a
business of half a million a year.
But there are greater points o|
similarity. Both are refuge.
both have left the terrors of th,
past behind, both want to make
good in America, to contribute t,,
America, tn become an Integral
pail of it. It is toward th,. reali
zation ol this endeavor that the
National Refugee Service helps
the new American.
services. A public address sys-
tem has been installed through-
urer: and Leo Ackernian. Jack
August. Abe Kaplan. M. J. Kop-
OUt the entire building and Til- elowitz, A. Kronenfeld. S. B. Mil-
mud Torah. and irrespective of lor- Stanley C. Myers, and S. J.
where anyone may sit. the ser- Pallot, directors.
vices will be heard very c.'is-
tinctly,
A choir consisting of ten >'/ell
Sincere Wishes for a Happy New
Year to Everyone
Miss Irene Cohen
President V. W. H. A.
n
GREETING ,
To Rabbi Meschelofr. M. B.
Frank. H. W,i Lieberman. Cantor Mamches. Al I
Mechlowit* and their families I
and to all the members and wor. I
sniper, of Reth Jaeoh
May You i3t Inscribed in the j
Book of Life for a Year of '
Health. Wealth and Prosper. |
ity. I
To Our Many Friends and Pat
ronsA H---w ,.-d Prosperous
New Year
THE
I. H. HAGOOD
COMPANY
LINOLEUMS SHADES
FLOOR COVERINGS. ETC.
3801 N. E. 2nd Ave- Ph. 72288
Sincere Wishes for A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
"A NICKEL DRINK
WORTH A DIME-
MR. AND MRS.
I. SPIVACK
I
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
FLORIDA
MUSIC
CORPORATION
Har-oy New Year
PAGE ELECTRIC CO.
214 N. E. 2nd Ave.
NEW YEAR
DR. HARRY E. FRY
DENTIST
7 East Flagler Street
Background of Melody
939 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-2322
BOTTLING COMPANY
OF MIAMI
122 N. W. C6th St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
' JONES MIAMI BFACH
EXPRESS CO.
Crating, Packing. Moving
Baggage. Transfer, Storage
MILO W. BENNETT. Proo.
716 Fifth P Phone 5.3707
Miami Beach. Florida-
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MALTER'S
KOSHER
MARKET
436 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
O D O M S
ROBERTSON
PLUMBING
COMPANY
1369 N. Bayshore Drive
PHONE 2-6184
MIAMI
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO MY FRIENDS
Still Featuring the Greatest
Typewriter Ever Produced
THE ROYAL
With Marjic M.l'qms and
Other Features
SARAH D. HENDLEY
'2D N r lt St Phone 3 3:19
Best Wishes for a H.ippy New Year
LA SALLE CLEANERS
& LAUNDRY
2329 LeJeune Road Phore 4-9717
Coral Gables
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
STATE FINANCE CO.
915 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-8792
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SECURITY
ABSTRACT CO.
44 N. E. 1st Avenue
PHONE 2-0236
Ui
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TRAIL PONTIAC, INC.
SALFS r-nd SERVICE
1305 S W. Eirrhlh Street
J. W. "BILL" GREEN
Phone 2 2113
M'AM', FLORIDA
tit
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TAYSTEE FOOD
DISTRIBUTORS
TASTE TELLS'"
Hotel and Restaurant
S"pplies
Recognized f-r T*-eir Famous
Home Made Pickles and
Appetizers
MOE FENSTER
Phones 3-57173-5718
FRANK KEIDEL
NEW YEAR GREETINCS
FARR TOURS
955 Washington Avenue
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940
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SLAVERY FOH JEWS
IF NAZIS WIN iD
N. w York (WNS)Lord M ir-
ley, deputy speak t of the Brit-
ish House "I Lords, declared that
there would be no future for
the .lews anywhere in ihis
svorld" if Hitler were to defeat
Greal Britain, at a public dis-
cussion oi current issu s under
the sponsorship of the Jew
.in Association.
Nazi victory ovi r (!ri il
Bi ilain would m< an, as far a
Jew ir 'mcern d mas\ lav-
, rj and 'I gradati< .-. v
i ival ion of all < ivil righls,
confiscation of properly and in-
i omes, and unhi ard oi torture
and suffi i ing," Lord Marli y said.
The very suggestion of this,"
he i ontinm d, "has caused I in
MacDonald to suggest thai there
maj be a problem of ten to twen-
ty million refugees, which wou
include all of almost all ol
Jew i in Europe The expres d
determination of Hitler to extend
conquest from England to
Am rica, and the widespread ac-
tivities of the Nazis in South
Ami rica and the United Stairs
preparation for this, indicate
the seriousness of the threat."
fJenisti Hot'id/Ham
PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN
"But Britain is determin. d not
;" feat, d," Lord Marl, y
continued, "and will n .1 be, with
Hi courage of our people, the
r the British ;'
: alth, and the help in lir-
Plan war mat rials of ihe
L'ni'.i d Stati s."
Th British nobleman said th it
"i; '"ay be that some ind pend-
' "' ..... l( rriti ry will be d-
yplopi d, and this will need ol -
> ,,:" ;""l unbiasi d < xamin i-
:"':i "' e live in a
"ansiti. n pi rod. which may be
ol long duration, and we n
immi diate problem
of ;. igee."
Fr da Kin hwi y, editor of Thi
Nati red that "sn I
rism will not s >cure decent
1 i .veen .1 >ws an I
: community; il will
ssible conditi
lecent r
A positive job will
lin to I e done."
:; ..us,- the fact we must
anti s mitism in i s
*tr me forms is a by-product of
social instability, i I pi r y mil
ontent, and of the reaction
: Is like a disease in
althy sue:,,] tissue The fu-
lure ol the Jew m America de-
pends, first, on a d feat ol Hit-
lerism whi rover and howevi r it
appi ars; but, second, it depends
on a defeat of unemployment and
class privilege in our social life "
In his op ning remarks, Isaac
Rosengarten, editor of the Jew-
ish Korum. said that "the true
Jew will alwaj prefci spii
weapons in his battle for life
Hence for the Jews to ci ntimic
to survive, it is essential that
they provide I etter opportuni-
ties for the (ducationand chiefly
self-educationof their a li
'cent and adult youth."
I >thers participating in the for-
um w. re Prof William 11 Kil-
patrick ol Teachers' C
Prof. Sale w Baron, of Colum-
bia University, and Judge Morris
Roth. nb rg, former president of
the Zionist Organization of
Ami ric i.
ANTI-SEMITISM SWEEPS
OVER SPAIN WITH AXIS
I.is! en (\v\'s Spain's formal
alliance with the Berlin-Rome-
Tokio Axis has resulted in a new
anti-Semitic campaign through-
out Spain, instigated by den
Franco's own Fascist Party! it
was reported here
Now that the myth of Spanish
neutrality in the present Euro-
pean conflict has been exploded
the government is relaxing its
curbs on th more extreme ele-
ments of the Falangist Party
Hitherto. Gen Franco had kept
the Falangists under control for
*i oi the impression anti Semi-
tism would make in the
i and <-lsi where,
The lati and by the F i
cisl party is that th govci
repi al all 1 gislation, ad
while Spam .. public, pro-
the right irities.
No att< mpts are ma
n sh pr< ss or radio to coi
the fact that thi and is
aimed at Spa:' Ji a popula-
te m
JEWS TO BE EXPELLED
FROM ALBANIADUCE
11 m va WNS)Italy lias r
d> red its puppi I governmi I
Albania to expel the Jewish
illation within the next few
months, it was learned here
Then are approximately 150
h lamih s now in All
The Jews ol the tiny It
cupied Albania, it was under-
stood, are applying for visas to
1 ;: and Yugoslavia
FAIR EXHIBIT IS
PLACED DM SALE
JEWS BARRED FROM
TRADING IN BOHEMIA
London (WNS)All Jews ( n-
gaged in commerce in the prov-
ince's of Bohemia and Mora via
will !) barred from their posts
after October 1. when the prov-
inces will be absorbed into the
Third Reich, according to a radio
report from Prague.
x Yi rk WNS Hundreds
' : cxl il its contained in
>; ish Palostin Pavilion at
Fair, i xi mpli \ an ;., .
industrial and cultural achi. v< -
ments ol the Jewish commun-
ity ol the Hoe. Land, havi
P,a( 'i n sale, it was am
M' > W Wi ; ,:.
which inclu i j of
the regular o: i; well
as the paintings, draw inj
ings and sculp;,,;
the Pavilion's Art Uai!.
1 tinue until the ciosi ol the
Fair on (vto- r 2
The procei ds of th. sal i
works will go to 1
ian artists who en.
Mr Weisgal -
ized i n the r. -.; of th < \-
hibit mati rial will ,
support the work of bi
in w homeland in Palostin I
refugees from persecution.
While the xhtbils in th Pal
estine Pavilion had ori i
been sent to this country for I
duration of the Fair only, tho
war-ume closing o| th Mo liter-
ranean has ma |o their return I i
thi Holy Land impos sil.l.. at tins
time.
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PAGE FIFTY EIGHT
*Jkn lsi> fkurkUai)
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940
i. -
A THOUSAND YEARS TO COME"
from PIERRE VAN PAASSEN
In this splendid, poignant analysis of catastrophic conditions which
from day to day assume greater significance as a problem no
longer remote and restricted to another part of the world but one
which vitally concerns our own country Pierre van Paassen noted
journalist, author and lecturer, presents conclusions based on his
own observations and exoeriencesThe Editor.
O
Twenty years ago. when 1 was ny amJ wQe feU th;U our
a young reporter going :>> ami Christian civilization had not on-
fro in Europe ami Asia for the ly failed bul that in tolerating
old New York World, and visted such abject conditions it had ex-
the Polish cities for the first 9** itself to cruel attack and
time. 1 was so overcome by the ;1 threat of ultimate destruction
destitution and the misery that That was twenty and fifteen
I saw and tl'.at I felt in towns and ten ami five years ago. For
like Warsaw and Kalisch and I went back many times, and
Lemberg and Lodz that 1 ex- each time that 1 returned to
pressed the opinion, in one of those god-forsaken haunts ot
my dispatches, that in that land, semi-barbarism I saw that the
in so far as the Jews were eon- situation had grown worse. 1 re-
ceived, human life had sunk to alized then that I had been
its lowest possible level. I could wrong the first time. Still groat-
not imagine that life could be de- er misery was possible, still more
graded still further, to lower and more abject humiliation
depths For m that country the could be inflicted on the Jewish
Jews seemed to have been people. 1 say inflicted, because
robbed of the last vestige of hu- 1 grew convinced, as I returned
man dignity. There, in those again and again, that it was not
rabbit warrens of the ghettos a question of an act of Clod
those labyrinthal mazes of pov- ir an ineluctible evil like a nat-
PIERRE VAN PAASSEN
ural disaster, but that it was de-
sign. There was cool scheming
and calculation m maintaining
and constantly accentuating die
sub-human living conditions for
the Jews
And then Hitler took over Pol-
and. And now there are no mole
words to describe the appalling
Condition of the Jewish people
there The hell of Dante has
been surpassed Not only the
Jews ol Poland but the Polish
people in its entirety have passed
completely out of the sight of
Western civilization. Tin' black-
ness of a medieval night of bar-
barism envelopes what was once
the Polish Republic. And that
night is more somber, more grue-
some, more starkly and fantas-
tically inhuman than anything
the world has witnessed from
the days of the slavery in Mitz-
raim to the martyrdom m Spam
All the horrors of the past are
eclipsed Helpless, bound hand
and foot, as it were, without
means of escape the Jews ot Pol-
and, the millions of them, are
delivered up to a cruel, sadistic
foe. to creatures who take a de-
light in torture and humiliation
and in the shedding of blood.
who revel in the sight of human
suffering I call them creatures.
1 cannot call them men. I can-
not call them human 1 am
ashamed to be of tin- same flesh
as they.
1\.land is a house of horror.
But not only of Poland The
plight of inhumanity has spread
all over Europe. The gates of
hell have opened and the infernal
forces have prevailed over (lii-
many. and Austria. Czechoslo-
vakia, two of the Scandinavian
countries. Holland. Belgium ami
a part of France. Christian civi-
lization has been blotted out in
the better part of Europe. Great
nations he m chains. Immense
and nameless is the suffering.
The false gods of antiquity, the
idols of the past, have been set
up againMannon and Moloch.
'Those idols whom the Israelites
knew when they entered the
Land of Canaan. This time these
.old gods take the form of the
quasi-almighty leviathan state,
which depersonalizes man, dehu-
manizes him. and. as we see. bes-
tializes him
The peoples of the conquered
nations of Europe are all in a
concentration camp. They exist
and toil and sweat and weep on-
ly to Satisfy the needs, the whims
and the lusts of the conquering
Nazis. They exist as slaves of
tin' people who call themselves
Herrenvolk, the dominant race.
the overlords, who claim to be
endowed with a Horretinatui.
that is to say. who consider
themselves selected and endowed
by nature and tradition to lord it
over other, lesser breeds.
Long ago they began dividing
the human race into men and
mongrels, and they launched
their attacks against the Jewish
iCONTINUED ON PAGE 591
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A
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940
i* Abj'^ n iriidliiaim
PAGE FIFTY-NINE
YEARS TO COME
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 58)
people first. Not only because
the Jews were tin- weakest min-
ority and because < l tense of the
jews has always and in all coun-
jrii s been the least <>i the preoc-
cupations of organized Christian-
ity, bul also because the Jews,
a people, collectively, were
.1 priori the mosl uncomprising
i| Moloch ism and Mammon-
, caua thi J< v\ as a group
iradoxical as It may
n i the we ik< st but the

Th< n

Jewish | Thei
i i
:. Ji wii h pe< pie i
All tl
.',! n il I'c a
I ghoulish
in. low
whose father Is the lie, who fill
the earth today with their strid-
enl and bloody clamor, moved
with sure and unerring instinct
when they seized upon the Ji w -
ls!l P ople as their first victim.
For to th in the Jewish people
ented the outer sentinel,
'he fit ,,rk of the whole
complex civilization which, in
spite ol grievous imperfections
and shortcomings, is nevi rtl
ith tin' Christian im-
print, nized in the
' carer ol J laism,
symbol ol
of ci\ which i
lice in ih foreground as the
in all h in u
' therefor lik i
argei
'
. n
rial i
nt ol
:
J
rile J
Nazism not I

do, The men- physical presence
of a people in this world which
had its life and I) ing in two Con-
ci p1 unity in the law of this
world and a belief in th final
triumph of justice in humi
ped them as the indie 11 < d
roc "i totalitarianism and ol
pagan idolatry of the Stati I
rael's an: justice, his
m for men 5. his hop i
in ha'ba ol goodni ss and
: thi se at his 11
1 are the justifical >t
' leteri nation to de-
stn y 1
It i- of the
: : It i
th Bi Kik, It is becau i if ihe
that ,:

rsl! Any 1 hoi
;
thi

It :
'
\
until the
or 1 triui iphi d.
It started with the Jews in
Germany, And when it start* d
we non-Jews did virtuallj
ing about it. The voices ol thi
who warm pl< adi d wi re
'ii the wild mess.
We shru jged i ur shouldi rs Ol
what concern was it to us that
Hit : ai ; Sti i put the
Ji Gel in their |
We did not realize, apart iron.
our lack i ary hu-
man solidarity. that w I
attack d in the J .vs. >ven out
own In ilii st p i
.ing a
i in the
lemocracj
irj :. Id. dro'
n th E
Fn nchm n. Tl e Nazi tacti
alwaj First tl
the 1
i
I J
.1 It v
I. At
that
I : i per but thai
pi
the ramil
.
\ .. we know, now we see,
now we are painfully aware of
real it j Inextricably Jewish
people have b< en our precui i
in the road ol sorrows Th< Jew-
our own outer
..' part and I i I I
The : hat-
n d and I ide.
It has i
ter ai tl :h-
ing in I
hold rai y. Ai
: lit It? W
we doing to defi nd i iurs lv< -. U
Troj Do

and
in? Do we con..
11
It seems ti

r thei
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To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year"
R
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten
and family
v.. All Th ir R lativi ai
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseoh Rosenthal
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. an-" Mrs. Nat Roth
and Family
Wish All Th ir Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPV NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein
and Sons
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin
and Family
All Th. ir l: lati' a '
Fi .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Moms Rubin
and Family
,'. All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Original Rubins
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer
and family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving E. Saphin
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz
and Son Douglas Bvron
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Mever Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz
Wi All Their Relatives and
Frii i I
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philin Segall
and family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin
and Family
Wi All Their Relatives i
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Jean Seitlin
Son Emanuel and Daughter
Shirley D.
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin
and Daughter Barbara Judith
W A Th ir Relati
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Selcvan
and Family
A Thi ir Ri latives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaft
and Family
Wi All Thi ir Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Silborstein
and family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Silver
and Family
Wish All Their Relativ
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman
and Daughter Miriam Patricia
v. :. All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon
Wish All The:r Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Simon
and Family
W h AI Their Relatives
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Simonhoff
Wishes All His Relatives and
l-'i iends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ju'ius Simpson
and Daughter N~rrra lee
Wish All Their Relatives n;u\
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Slifkin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YF.AR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Steuer
and family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Elry Stone
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sussman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives
Frii nds
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Tendrich
and Family
Wi h All Th, :: R at
Frii
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tishman
and family
Wish. All Their Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Totin
and Family
Wish All Their R lives and
Frii nds
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I ouis Touby
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YF.AR
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Shenkman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Slote
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiro
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Siegal
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YF.AR
M'. and Mrs. I. Siegel
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Solomon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YFAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sperling
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sidnev Stepkin
aim .....j ------- ------
Wish All Their Relatives and Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
W
Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Waldorf
and Family
Wish All Thi ir Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Hsrman Waitsman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAK
Mr. and Mrs. Philin Warshaw
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Washer
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
W
Mrs. Sadie Weinberg
and Daughter Jeanns T. and
and Son Harold N.
Wish All Thi ir Relati
Frii
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle
and Family
A Thi ir Ri lativi s and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YE .
Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Weinstein
Wish All Thi ir !! lati. ind
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub
and Son Albert
Wisl All Their Rclath i a
Frii nds
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams
and Family
Wish All Their Relatix
Frii
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Wier>
and Family
Wish All Their Relativi
'ids
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams
and family
Wish All Their R ,..;-.. .,. I
nds
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wilson
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Fin nds
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
t


PAGE SIXTY
* Jewish noridUan
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940

I
tabu: talk
Notable Quotations from
Prominent People
PERIL
"It is my conviction, drawn
from my own experience and
from the information in the
hands of our government in
Washington, thai the United
States is in as great peril today
as was Fran;;- a year ago, And
ii ve that unless we act now.
decisively, to meet the threat we
shall late .
"There arc Americans who
that if Hitler should con-
quer Great Britain he would be
content to stop there, and that
.i United States would be i ill
op rau happily with the
pire ol Europe. ru I < -
lieve this is to misunderstand
the entire nature of the N.
It is not organized to de.
velop an empire in peace. It is
izi il as a dynamic mili-
tary machine. The ruthless held
of the Nazi leaders on the Ger-
man people is based on the gear-
ing of all energiees for the sac-
rifices necessary to wage war"
Ambassador William C. Bullitt
BAIT
"Altogether too many people
think ef the fifth column as
Lips of disloyal citizens or of
disloyal workmen who are pre-
pared to sabotage industrial
plants. But ;i greater menace
or us is thi' effort being made
here now to soften' this country
as France was "softened.'
"Tins effort takes the form of
tin' promise of business orders
and of profits if the war can be
called off and business relations
resumed as usual with the victor
In holding out the allure ol busi-
ness, this effect seeks to create
a fifth column among men of in-
fluence and respect ibility.
"It is not illegal to dangle tins
bait before American business
men even in cur own press and
m our markets But it is well
that our people recognize i;
whin they see it. and that we
eras;' tin- belief that efforts in
this country are confined to the
crudities of the Black Tom days." i
Attorney General Robert H. |
Jackson.
FACTS
"The United States is not a
n of warlike habits. It has
a to live in peace with tile
great family of nations and to
security and freedom foi-
l's citizens I am confident that
that will always continue to be
ir high purpi
"Unortunately, however., in
i ati r part ol the world as-
.>>n and force have now sup-
planted reason and understand-
ing. Wo have seen one country
after another destroyer by ruth-
less aggression their | Ii
killed or enslaved.
"They believed in neutrality.
sought appeasement They
did everything to avoid war save
the one thing that might have
been effectivethey neglected
military preparedness."Gover-
nor Herbert H. Lehman.
To Our Many Friends and
CstomersBest Wishes for A
Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
ANN'S IMPORTER. INC.
729 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
|To My Many Jewish Friends,
Sincere New Year Greetings I
GEORGE T. DAVIS !
'
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO OUR JEWISH
FRIENDS
MIAMI POULTRY
AND EGG CO.
"Quality" Our Slogan
Frosh Tlressed Poultry
Strictly Fresh Eggs
1145 S. W. 8TH STREET
PHONE 3 2145
REAL ESTATE
:P")ne 4-2773
42 Almeria Ave.
JA Happy and Prosperous New Yearj
To My Many Friends
KRAFT'S GOOD FOOD !
RESTAURANT
2545 N. Miami Avenue
A Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
To My Many Jewish Friends
i *
MUNARGO T.INFS CO.
W. L. HEATH. Manager
32 Biscayne Blvd.
D. J. A. AGENCIES CARRY ON RESCUE WORK DESPITE WAR
ESSENTIAL
"We have learned from events
abroad that preparation of
hearts and minds in unity to de-
fend the spiritual ends of democ-
racy is as essential as military
armament. Repeatedly, dictator-
ship has demonstrated that a
great military machine may be
rendered impotent if the moral
unity nf the people behind tint
machine is destroyed. Cultural- ,
ly, racially and religiously we
may be as divided as the fingers
ol a hand, but as Americans we
must he as united as a clenched
fist, nady to exert the united
strength of all in our determina-
tion to preserve, for future gen-
erations, our system and way of j
life based upon the dignity of |
the human soul."Dr, Everett R
Clinchy.
tafi
QlgcrM obstacle to ihe fullefl implementation nf tlie
- -rue prosramt embraced within tli- United Jewish
Appeal i- not th<- war, but lack f adequate fundi to
m(-rl critical emergency needs f Jew in distress lonei
-. Europe and other part- of the world, Jewish refugees
.tiling in Palestine and refugee integration in the
. iiiied States. With aid of funds received by the Joint
i iMrihution Committee through tl' United Jewish
ppral. emigration of refugees (1) ii continuing from
UrcaU-r Germany ami other part- of Europe. Kelief com-
mittees hove been reconstituted in unoccupied France, in
Belgium ami Holland, aiding mothers ami children (2)
i iade homeless by the war In Lithuania and Rumania
Polish Jewish refugees are being provided with elemen-
tary relief assistance "3). In addition, help i- fur-
nished to many thousands f J- I'ulaml. .! ami
shelter are provided by the J.D.C. 14). Immigration
through alternative channels i continuing into Palestine
ami new agricultural settlements an- being established
(5) to ah-orli new Ttilrr> with aid <>f I nited Palestine
Appeal. Refugee children arriving in tin- United Static
ihl receive assistance in adjustment in \meri< an life from
the National Refugee Service. The far-flung pronram-
rarri.il on b) the J.D.C, U.P.A. ami N.R.S. now require
the most generous support of imeriran Jewish communi-
ties through tin- 1910 I nited Jewish Appeal.
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
JOS. M KARATY
SERVICE STATION
638 Noith Miami Avenue
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WM. SOLOMON
J

Sincere Wishe For A Happy and
Prosperous New Year
SOUTHERN FIXTURE CO.
3240 N. W. 27th Avenue
J
'
-A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
V
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Estrofi
and Sons
WISH ALL THEIR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IN LOVING MEMORY
of their dear departed
husband and father
LEWIS E. ROTHLEIN
Called to his eternal rest
October 1. 1938
MRS. ETHEL ROTHLEIN
AND SONS
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW Y:AR !
KENHOLZ'S
STRICTLY KOSHER
MEAT AND
POULTRY
MARKET
1041 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-3992
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and CustomersMay the New
Year Bring You Abundant
HAPPINESS AND
PROSPERITY
MICHELL'S
ROYAL CLEANERS
Phone 4 5459 1101 S. W. 27th Av.
- i
* r -l.i C .,- : .
a m ...
CONSULT
KAY MARIE
on all affairs of Life. Love.
Business,
2118 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-3160
- T .. V.Ml
- '
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TROPICAL COFFEE CO.
INC.
827 N. E. Itt Avenue
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
LOUIS POKRESS
60S Lincoln Road |
MIAMI BEACH
REAL ESTATE
.A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
j TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
, MANGEL'S
FEMININE
APPAREL
I 130 E. FLAGLER STREET
Phone 3-2812
MIAMI. FLORIDA
i i-awmsuuiKiri. jiaa.umiMuiaiw
NO STREET CARS
50 MORE NEW BUSES
FARES* 17o TO
50o LOWER
5-CENT ZONE
FASTER'SERVICE
EXPRESS RUNS
CROSS-TOWN LINES
CITY-WIDE
TRANSFERS
"OWL" SERVICE
MORE ROUTES
UP WITH SERVICE-
DOWN WITH FARES!
vote "FOR"
The Bus Measure
October 8th
Bus Election
Committee
(Paid Political Adv.)
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940
fJenisli fkarkUan
PAGE SIXTY-ONE
TRANSIT FRANCHISE
BALLOTED ON OCT. 8
imination "l strut cars and
reduction f riding costs are of.
,>IVII the Miami public by the
',.,.,, Company proposal on
, r H when the voters ex-
their views on the city-
wide transportation contract be-
the city and the Miami
it company.
mi's lumbering, yellow trol-
leys will be taken off their runs
ately the modernized bus
es into effect following
ty .lection ami bus fares
wjll be lowered to provide a
cent token fare anywhere
a: compared with
resent eight and one-half
cen, arge, are among the ad-
mtag< offered.
. new cross- town routes.
as) and west and north and
minating the long rides
M town, will be available
. ngers There will be
routes from north io
right through the down-
i tion without trouble or
Arrangements are be-
,.,!, so that no Miami home
will be moie than two blocks
., bus line.
ation of an "owl" service
i one feature of the new-
Bus runs now stop at
I a
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
. inrt Pronptrom New Year
till Jewish Friend*
Schultz-Hodo Realty Co.
"=- ,i Estate ,ind Insurance
'08 Shorelana Arcade
MW YEAR GREETINGS
SOUTHERN EXCHANGE
Wf Buy ."d Sell Second
H.md r urn.tui t
TONY TRASACCO. Prop.
938 N Miami Ave. Phone 2 9254
O S C E O L A
MARKET
GEORGE JACOB. Prop.
Quality Western Meats
and Fancy Groceries
WE DELIVER
2293 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 4-1727
TO OUR FRIENDS
A Most Happy New Year
ATLAS MACHINE &
WELDING CO.
S vV N River Dr. Ph. 2 8328
G R E K T I N G S
CITY HALL GARAGE
1150 Collins Avenue |
MIAMI BEACH I
- *.*> '*.-..*. *""
ftHH1 -I-- --
*
PONY BAR
224 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9428
I
9 i
"In the face uf destruction and
disillusionment abroad we wo-
"' ol Council are planning and
working tor the future in Mi-
ami "
"A we stand on the brink of
a new year, we are planning in
n and m cooperation with
tl community tor the better-
mi m ol urn- community, that i>
women and childn n ami foi ':.
hope i-v a bi tti i lil for the new-
comer in i.ui mi : w. are in-
swi ring li i < all to evi ry Ameri-
can Jewish woman an,', pati rn-
ing our lub year to nil tin
i" the An ricai ay i : :. ng
rhi officers and Board ol Di-
rector- oi Miami Section extend
'" each and ev.ry Miamian a
year of happiness and prosperity
and a hope that the clouds will
clear ov r the i ntire world and
that we can again live in peace
and harmony
Mrs Benjamin LeVine,
President.
HIALEAH PARK IS
BEING IMPROVED
Looking forward to a brilliant
and record-breaking season. The
Miami Jockey Club, operators "i
Hialeah Park, are completely r< -
building the racing strip to make
it as nearly perfect as humanly
possible.
Prices of all purses are being
raised anil additional three stake
raci s are being added to the
season's program.
The housing ol the manj ad
ditional finest thoroughbred rac-
ing I,.uses in the country, which
have announced the mtt ntion ol
coming to Hialeah, has necessi-
tati d tin .lection ol three more
stabli
Mr Sam McCormick 11
manager, stated that win n thesi
many improvi m< nts have beei
ipleted, Hialeah Park will
proudly present the turf enthu-
siasts America's finest racing
-tin. for thoroughbri d hor
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
NORTON & McCORMICK
OTHO J. HICKS NAMED U. J. A. HIGH HOLIDAY
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR PROGRAM BROADCAST
New York (WNS) The ap-
pointment of Otho J. Hicks as
tant Director ol the N I-
tional Conference of Chrisl u
and Jews, was announced by die
co-chairman of the organization.
Prol Arthur II. Compton of die
University of Chicago, Prof
Carlton .1 II Hayes ol Columbia
University and Roger W Straus,
Dr Evi rett R, Clinchy is
tor of the National Conference.
Bi : in i oming to the National
Conference Mr Hicks was an ed-
itor el' the New York all. :
daily, I'M He has also i
papi rs m Minn, seta and has
has been a representative ol thi
Associati d Press air, ad
New York (WNS)A high hol-
iday radio program will be pre-
sented over a nationwide hookup
of the Columbia Broadcasting
System on Sunday afternoon,
m.
The broadcast will coincide
with intensive campaign activi-
ties now under way in more than
1.200 communities throughout the
country which are seeking to
raise their share ol funds
Sincere Wishes for a Year to My Many Je Happy New wish Fi .vncls
MIAMI TRUCK SERVICE
ED DAVISON, 1421 N. E. 1st Owner Court

COMPLIMENTS
OF
McCRORYS' FIVE &
TEN CENT STORE
' J
610 N. E. 2nd Avenue
M i .1 rti i
HAPPY NEW VEAR
> ....'. i#- ...
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HOTEL STRAND
226 N. E. 2nd Street
"*' M
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
May the New Venn Bring You
Health .ind Happiness
T
, O.K. FURNITURE STORE j
I One Room to One Thousand !
('72C-2: N. W. 36th St. Ph. 22993?
Best Wishes for a Happy
New Year, from
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BENNER & BOX
& PRINTING CO.
1023 S. W. 25th Ave.
!MMHn"ttiwMiNsrtttiMaMitMtiNr\k jwi M I"
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MANNIE GATES
i
HOTEL ASTOR
Dietary Laws
'LzlzzzJ
BEST WISHES
fii
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SOUTHERN
RAILROAD CO.
IW. T. SHEVELL
310 East Flagler St.eet
OSCAR E DOOLY. JR.
AND ASSOCIATES
INVESTMENTS
Myron Greentrre
Warren Kingsbury
Gerald Pethir
INGRAHAM BUILDING
tfHMIh .--.- ., :
IAPPV NEW YFAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
A P E T R I
PAINTER and DECORATOR
5 240 Normand v Drive Ph. 6 2493
Residence Phone 7.2068
I
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i
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R. A STErrANS|
I
BEST WISHES
7 I ii ..
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LIGHTHOUSE
RESTAURANT
NEW YEAR CREETINGS
THE GOSSARD
CORSET SHOP
A Gosvird for Every Figure
MRS. J. A BLANTON
Gi .iduate Corsetiere
No Charge for Alterations
Phone 3.1008 BSE 'st St-
Contractor and Builder
2250 Wt>1 Flagler Street
B ike's Haulover
Miami Beach |
w .-. wammtmmiummmmMKmmmm
BEST WISHES
'
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RICH PLNN OIL CO.
136' N. E 1st Avenue
p. G. THOMAS
.
SINCERE GREETINGS
Ti"- .1
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHAS. M. EWING
PLUMBING CO.
752 S. MIAMI AVENUE
- 11-1,1
' Best Wishes for A Happy and ?
f Prosperous New Year to All Our ?
Friends and Patrons
WALDORF TOWERS
HOTEL
860 OCEAN DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH

*. --
MR. and MRS.
WILLIAM SHAYNE
m
SEASONS GREETINGS
JACQUES BEAUTY SALON
677 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-6866
939 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-1895
9tCLit6jQ^{tt
I i
A HaD-oy New Year to
My Friends
SCHAEFER SIGN &
DISPLAY
N W Bth Ave ''li 3-9145
. -r-- -
Sincere New Year Wishes to
Our Friends and Patrons
HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
j Extend Sincere
Wishes
| for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR j
j
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AND
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Sincere Wishes For A
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PAGE SIXTY-TWO
+Jewl$l> FhrkMan
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940
FOR A THOUSAND
YEARS TO GOME
(CONTINUED FROM PACE 59)
Column hides in their ranks. But
the Fifth Column is not in hid-
ing, here in America, any more
than in Norway, where Quisling
Stood at it> head, or in Holland.
with Adrian Mussert, or in Fin-
land, where Mosley headed the
cohorts of division, it blares in
your face mi the radio every day
of the week. It spews forth its
poison by tin' ton. h hami
away with interruption and
without interference. It has tak-
en up us position, and pumps
the germs of dissension, disaf-
fection, disloyalty and subver-
sion not into the hearts of
aliensno. into the minds and
souls ol nativi i
ns.
Not so pi
took tiio form of a whispi ring
campaign that the Jew -
trying l< \
war Now more su ans
are i mpli ivi d ti eakt n An
ca's national preparedness, to
lull Ami rica to sleep as Bril
and Franco
by other devices.
Now it would be distortion of
the truth if I did not say with all
conviction at my command that
even as Britain and Fr u
awak, n< d one day to see the
armored monster ready for 1 :i.
kill. America will face the same
gruesome menace. For Germany
plans the conquest of America
once she has Europe securely un-
der her thumb. There is no
perhaps or maybe about this
This is not a question of opinion,
of surmise, or conjecture.
When the soldiers in Hitler's
assault cars, rumbling into the
a European capitals of Prague
and Warsaw. Oslo, Amsterdam
and Brussels, >anu lustily: "H utc
gehoi rt uns Europa und n
die ganze Welt"today Europe
is ours, and tomorrow the whole
worldthat was no mere sold-
iers' di y inspired by a momen-
tai y i saltation over vict
Tin s
d -he funda
lion and sher, u
ti rmii Germany's
ers ami bi tstci r
ists. phili soph rs
ral staff. Iron.
f Ot1 von Bi narck to th
t< r day i of A Hitler.
T : t:..irri
whole wo,
For more than half a century
the Western hi mis I ig-
I in tin ans of the B i h
tafl as the final
and objective of Germany's
march to -a I I '. r It is hi r -.
.in. nt. that tl
master stral gists and long-range
economic planners not only fore-
see bait actually intend to wage
the final battle for the master)
of the world. In their calcula-
tions the Republic of the United
States of America appears as die
last and supreme enemy to bl
crushed bi fore the "World Em-
pire of Germans" can begin to
fulfill its roll' and destiny as
the unchallenged ami unchalleng-
able mistress of the universe "for
a thousand y ars to come "
DENIES H
Did
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ill
11
IIHGUIIE
N. v, York (WNS Cl
and ci harges i
;
the magazine Fi daj
in a scries
v i i Merchants of
ai which H is a I thai
rful An.i : n ar
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PHILLIP HEAD, Inc.
INSURANCE
123 N. E. 1st Street
MR. AND MRS.
ERNIE WOOLFE
AND FAMILY
w sh All Their Relatives and
Fr (ends a H.ippy New Ve.ii-
j A H.ippv New Year to Our Many
I Jewish Friends .ind Customers I
! BEACH LIGHTING & \
! FIXTURE CO.
'Phone 3-619 T
'255 D.ide Qlvd.
.
WF EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
F. H. STREIFERT AND ASSOCIATES
MIAMI TYPESETTING CO.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
22 N. W. 1st Avenue
Phon- 2-5935
-B-,-n*-i -.
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TO OUR MANY FRIEIIDSS
We Take This Opportunity to Wish You Happiness
Throughout the Year
THE FRIENDLY
HIPPODROME
"RIP" WEINKLE
CHILI JACK
Miami's (irli il M il,.
REAL MEXICAN DISHES
GENUINE MEXICAN CHILI
CON CARNEHOT TAMALES
ENCHILADAS
PHONE 2.9835
1032 Biscayne Boulev e ESTABLISHED "921
(To Our Many Jewish Fiend and I
CustomersMay the New Year
Bring You Abundant Happiness!
|and Prosperity
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
THE ICE PALACE
DOUGLAS ROAD PHONE 4-9033
I
P F Co'lier & Son Corp. |
c icayne Blvd. Ph. 3-3rc: |
BEST WISHES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
HAMMOND LOBSTER CO.
25 S. W. S. River Drive
Phone 3-1326
THE LEADER KOSHER MARKET
1325 Washinaton Ave. Phone 5-1267
May the New Year bring to our many Jewish Iriends
and Patrons an abundance ot health and happiness.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
We like to Soil
The It MI HALL
L
To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
W. A. P'GFORD & ASSOCIATES
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
85 N. E- 27th Street
CHARCOAL BROILED
TALK OF THE TOWN
RESTAURANT AND GRILLE
a.rK- Plankl d Steak In-lud s: Rolls. Muffins
and Butter (no charge): French Fried On-
ions ordered with steak, only 10c; shoe
string potato s ordered with steak only 10c;
and Chef's Wooden Salad Bowl orders d
with steak only 10c.
1352-4-6 N. E. ?nd Avenue
WE ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN Phones 3-67922-9967
TALK OF THE TOWN
BECAUSE il i< made linnr-tly of
In.- material! by expert workmen
under the samr family manage-
mrnt and ownership lince 11137.
BECAUSE il* price i- not inflated
auaiii-t trade-in allowance, fnii-
lions discount! and markdowns.
BECAUSE like all excellent pia-
no, ii is sold on. lit own quality,
not high pressure. There arc
more Rimliall Pianos in America
than any oilier make.
Your Home Should Ha\c a New
kimball.
CASEY PIANO COMPANY
Factory Distributor
1688 Coral Way Phone 4-5661
behind anti-Semitic organiza-
tions.
The magazine reproduced on
its front cover a facsimile ol a
letter supposedly sent to Fritz
Kulin. imprisoned leader of the
German American Bund, by W.
,1. Cameron, Henry Ford's right
hand man. in which Cameron
promised to conceal Kuhn's con-
m ction \\ it! the Ford Company
The Utter written on the sta-
tionary of the Anglo-Saxon Soei-
i ;\ ol Ami ri< i aid also: "Si me
matters came up.
a hich have to 1" eared away
. i 1 can leave for New York,
I ul you can look tor me I
nth. at that we
il ne our i ve. 1!
Flori is ej
T i ettei [lit forl
i:i ra of del Camel
r w i-
. : '
SEASON'S GREETINGS
X '.'. Y r Bring Y
Hal ai :::>
FRANKLIN HOTEL
Louis Lchrman. Manager
860 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Kuhn. The Ford spokesman de-
nied also that there existed An-
glo-Saxon Society Station'
Daniel S. Gillmi r, editor
Friday and son of Horatio
Gillmer, retired Hear Adn
I* S. N countered:
"The source of this pal '
stati men) is one which we
sider highly reliable. Cai
:s trying to aj Cameron is anti
" (' :>>. ron does no- |
wrote tl.e anti-Semitic
"Was .1, si:.- a Jew 11 '
deny thai h has long h..
executive of the anti-Sen.:': .\-
glo-Saxon Ft di ration
i'. m rim speaks of
The groati I : rgery ver
r.ili cl is the on,- he I
Iped spread througl his A .
!' deration, the
: Elders of Z
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Flagier Paint-Glass Stcro
Official Distributors of
A. C. HORN CO.
Taint and Waterproofing
,fi,'Aft F- H. A. Loans for
?TiAltK Alterations and
Improvements. No
Down P.-yrnnt
3C Months to Pay:
Floor Sandinq
Machines Rented
S. KAHN
Flagler Paint-Glass Store
1741 W. Flakier St.. Ph. 3-8924
t .....,!- .i mm i
THE RABBI, CANTOR. BOARDS OF DIRECTORS AND j
EXECUTIVE STAFF OF
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
EXTENDS TO ALL MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES
For a Happy and Prosperous
N E W Y E A R
SINCERE WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CONKLE & COMPANY
BAR EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES HEADQUARTERS
511 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-5746
PLANT
CONKLE WRONKE CO.
STORE AND R^R FIXTURES
545 N. W. 22nd Street
AETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Wishes All Its Clients and Friends A Happy and Pros]
Nt w Year
Charles I. Mann Anencv Sam Seitlin
303 First Federal Buildin- Phone 2031?
It is our wish for everyone that
the New Year will be a contin-
uance of health, happiness and
prosperityand a restoration
of peace and brotherhood for
those unfortunately livina in
the warrina areas.
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FRiLAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940
*' J&vislh 9' t PAGE SIXTY-THREE
hHE YEAR IN WASHINGTON I
by MAUHICE WAHNER
L-

.. year 5700 it came to to pole. The Dark Ages are upon
the forces el evil put us again, and America is the
orld to the sword, and final fortress that holds them at
the Anglo-Saxon in- bay, This is what we learned
lion words of attacks upon dem- which it intends to welcome th<- country, and others will like-
ocracy, tin- defense program, ana eventuallyit would not dent ly follow him.
the .1 the enormous number who are j Hardly a week passed without
Hut Thorkelson was defeated now homeless the revelation of some sort of
in the Montana Republican pri- Washington during the last N':i/' penetration And hardly a
manes Montana, where the year saw exposed, one after the (week passed that the government
\ Jewish population is mfmitesim- other, machinations of the Nazi toiled to take counter-steps,
al. could not siomacn ?" '"- ><<< < mnnim But all these events, each
Nazi diatribes,
his
m,K rve-celitel OI on
-~i ... I ms, America.
I ither members of the Nazi
bloc, while not so blatant as
Thorkelson. rarely lost an oppor-
tunity to give aid and comfort
The rise m anti-Semitism in- to Uu. dictators.
spuvd and paid for by the Nazis During the year Just ended the
was reflected in Washington, Intergovernmental Committee on
and particularly in the Congress, Refugees met in Washington, and
And while anti Si mitism has
in America.
pro- agents in this country
.... ... ,. ,. .. the time important to Jewry, are
I lie Dies (. ommittee polished .-,,,,
, ... ... r\ ii no. .i onlv skirmishes in the battle for
iff William Dudley Pelley,, the
"American Streicher." And it did
much to reveal tile machinations
of the German-American Bund.
Father Coughlin's machine
found rough going, in the last
-a
the Anglo-Saxon na- bay. This is what w<
aloft the torch of free- in the year 5700
civilization,
rve-center ol one oi
lh ,- -- """ Intergovernmental Committee on v,:-. as the ]
s npir ', that T '"'"' y 'V Refugees met in Washington, and |tion of Broadcasters used its
/,,' n" nakeo, ,-,- 'V d "'""' T Sl "',t,sm has heard President Roosevelt pre- pressure to keep his vicious dia-
pSab bastU to ; "" T\"",! I'' A'"r' tha< ">" M spill up- bribes ofl ,h, air
' .',.,-,. the pe,v hav, learned that i, | ,manity between ten and The State Department, after
7 ,m,a this !i ."v. '"! WMPV" his twenty million refugees The I many delays, took cognizance of
Koi ^at happened this thesis ol divid, a,,,, rule, yet figures sounded preposterous, the political activities of Nazi
V f Wh 'US,;r completely been but soon the President was consuls in the United States
.. awakening ol Wash- stamped out When its embers proved right, as Europe's roads Friedrich Ried was tossed out of
the awful menace ol are low. new N nej feeds ,-, choked with families on the >
,,l Hitler and his war ,t, and again it bursts into flame move, torn from their homes by
Nothing today is so in the Congress there arose n Nazi war machine,
Americans Jews, definite "Nazi bloc." Its loudest The Intergovernmental Com-
or any others as the member was Rep Jacob Thork- mittee approved the Dominican
elson, a first-termer from Mon- Refugee project, which is now
tana Thorkelson. who speaks going ah, ad full tilt.
with a heavy accent, rarely from Washington, But
the defense of Americaand all
the principles for which America
stands.
So long as Democracy exists
anywhere in the world, it will
exist everywhere
im
.; men saj that th first
...i- a victory of the
Happy New Yfnr to
Many Friends
Our
is now
guided
even if
MR ANO MRS. GETZUG
MAYOR JEWELRY. INC.
16 N. E. 1st AVENUE
: Pittsburgh over spoke outright in the House Hut the Dominican Republic could
. .-., mills ol the Ruhr It is
... v that this world war
; between the airplane
,- ni California and the
Dachau, and Essi n,
tremendous to all
... ., i it is ( ven greater
'. i For it is lib A
for th< Nazis, in
...,r means total de-
:., .lews from poll
hi abused his Congressional accept within the next few years
privileges to an unprecedented the entrance of 100.000 refugees
extent, inserting in till Congres-
sional Record nearly ,, half mil-
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
STATE FARM
Mutual Auto Insurance Co.
J. S Todd Crawford. Dist Mgr.
Postal Building
A Happy New Year to Our
Many Jewish Customers
TROPICAL
SERVICE.
132 N. E. 20th St
SIGN
INC.
Phone 2 7508 I
Most Happy New Year to
GEORGE V. POTTER
All
975 N. W. N. River Drive
... .
. .

A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL.
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STATIONERY
BUSINESS. PROFESSIONAL
HOTEL

SOCIAL
WEDDING INVITATIONS
VISITING CARDS
COMPETING WITH
OUT-OF-TOWN FIRMS
P I CK ET T
ENGRAVING CO.,
Inc.
TELEPHONE 2-1594
207 S. MIAMI AVENUE
'.'>*.*.-
i
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
MAY IT BHING YOU HEALTH
HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
FRANK O'NEILL
I11
SEASONS GREETINGS
36TH STREET HOTEL
744 N W 36th Stieet
To Our Many Friends
A Most Happy New Year
TWIN OAKS GRILLE
628 S. W 2nd Avenue

MNCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEASONS GREETINGS
THREE WAY GARAGE
WALTER G. MARTIN
3492 Main Highway
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE GROSSMAN PRIVATE SCHOOL
1419 S. W. 5th Street Phon* 2-0179
To Our Friends and Patrons Aqain We Say
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WONT YOU HAV-A-TAMPA CIGAR?"
' THEY'RE BETTER'
ELI WITT CIGAR CO.
73 N. W 8th S'reet
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DADE COMMONWEALTH TITLE CO.
Represi nting
LAWYER'S TITLE INSURANCE CORP.
of RICHMOND. VA.
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE
The Oldest and Most Complete Plant in Dade County
Abstract Dept. 37 N. E. 1st St.Title Dent. 1st Federal Bldg.
PHONE 3 7641
I MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL A. NICELEY
I
, of
MIAMI BFACH
I
I_______________________,______
MAX'S DELICATESSEN
1167 WEST FLAGLER STREET
EXTENDS TO ALL PATRONS AND FRIENDS
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Best Wishes For A
H.ippy New Year
WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE OF FLORIDA
'655 Michigan Avenue
PHONE 5-9076
..,_,..<" ..iji. .mi .nuiwmiK .jmbhi
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
-v : wauii..;anwa-rfi.Jui- A-l i*i..u. -"- .
II N.^w Year Greetings
| ELISIO M. MENDEZ
I llw,
CLUB LATINO
j 36 N. W. 5th St- Phone 2-8917 i
To Our Many Friends and Patrons
A Most Happy New Year
ROCCO MISSIO
PACKING HOUSE
2116 N. W. 13th Avenue
Sidney H. De Wolf
A FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE BUILDER
OF HOMES SINCE 1910
236 N. W SEVENTH AVENUE
PHONE 3 3990
OPEN EVENINGS
THRILLING
INTERESTING MUSA ISLE
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
N. W. 25th Avonue and 16th Street
Alligator Wrestling Everv Hour Admission Includes Everything
IN THE TRADING POST
Indian DollsBaskets-Moccasins-Rugs-Blankets
Alligator BagsSilver Work
OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M--*[_**
SOMETHING INTERESTING TO SEE ALL THE TIMt.
A Happy New Year to My Many
lewish Friends
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Appraiser and
Consultant
Security Bldg. Phone 37796
Best Wishes For A Happy
New Year
VICTOR MELL
MELLS MOTOR SALES CO.
644 W- Flagler St. Phone 2-0206
SINCERE WISHES
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU
ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
RON RICO
BEST RUM -BAR NONE



PAGE SIXTY-FOUR
*Jen isfr ttorkttan
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940
R. C. ROTHSCHILD BMB^!SBSBMSSB ||. S. LiFTS BAN ON
Tfl PI" OUT fl I P London (WNS)The Jewish Belgrade (WNS)Three thou. PI R P [ IPTTQ
II HII f" li li community of Berlin has decid- sand Jewish soldiers, recently I.H | IllLLu
I U ULIIKL hi Ui Ui ed to dispense with high holiday demobilized from the Rumanian Ullll-U IIUI u u i-i-
______ services in the capital's syna- army, were refused permission
New York (WNS'__At a meet- gogues because of the fear oi at- to return to their homes in
New York (WNS)Non-British
nmittee of tacks bv Nazi Bn- Berlin's northern Transylvania by the child refugees, who fled to Eng
the American Jewish Committe. Jews will offer pray, is in the Hungarian government, it was land from the various com
could return. They were abli
to come here only under the
quotas of their native countri, -
Mr. Field jointed out that sinci
the quotas of most Hitler .1
inated countries are till.
yi ars in advance, the non-1!: .
n Fugees would have had |
.main in England, expo.-,
Nazi air attacks.
reported here. Northern Tran-
sylvania was ceded to Hungary
NATIONAL COUNCIL
SENDS GREETINGS
at Temple Emanuel. it was re- privacy of their homes.
ported that arrangements had In previous years, Jews, men
been made with Richard C and women, attending R< -
Rothschild to serve the Commit- Hashonah services, were attacked
tee on a professional basis. by f;angs of Nazis when they
Mr Rothschild has been an :-'1! the synagogues. The Nazis
active member of the Survey raise the charge every year thai
Committee for several years, the Jews conspire against Ger-
during par; of which time he many during the high holiday
has served as its chairman. He services.
graduated from Yale University ---------------------------
in 1916 and thereafter was en- LION FEUCHTWANGER
gaged in the field of advertis- LEAVES FOR AMERICA ~~" 4
ing and public re it i In re- ______ Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen
cent years he has been active in Lisbon. (WNS)- Lion lYnch:- '>'>- Exhorting the millions of
educational work, serving im the wanger, world-famed German- Jews now suffering under brut :1
faculty of the New School for Jewish n >velist. sailed on the Nazi domination not to give up
Social Research and as director American export liner Excalibur hope but to keep their eyes and
of Parents Magazine. He is a for the United States, it was 'heir hopes fixed on the heaven
frequent contributor to journals learned here, Mr Feuchtwang- '" be ''""'"did them by the Jew-
of opinion and is the author of er, whose most recent novel, 'sn National Home, the V i id
several books on philosophy. "Paris Gazette." attained wide Leumi sent greetings to all the
In announcing Mr. Rothschild's popularity in America, was in J,xvs m tne Diaspora
appointment. the Committee Franco at the time of the Nazi-----------------------------------------------------
said: "Because of the growing invasion.
now under Nazi rule, will be per-
mitted to come to the United
by Rumania at the insistence of States without quota restru
the Axis powers under the terms of a new diplo-
When the Jewish soldiers re- matic agreement between this
turned to Transylvania they country and Great Britain, it was
found Hungarian soldiers at the disclosed here by Marshall Field,
new border, who turned them president of the United States
back at the point of bayonets. Committee for the Care oi Euro-
--------------------------- pean Children.
i"" i .....
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO MY FRIENDS
MINUTE MUSIC SYSTEM
67 N. E. 2nd Street
Previously. non-British child-
ren in England were unable to
qualify for visitors' visas since
they had no home to which they
importance of our work, we felt,
the desirability of securing Mr.
Rothschild's services on a full-
time professional basis and are
pleased to announce that Mr.
Rothschild has consented to serve
in this capacity."
^
NEW YEAR GREETINGS

THE DRAKE HOTEL
On The Ocean at Fifteenth St.
V1IAMI BEACH
I
I N. H. HANDKOFF
j ROYAL PALM HOTEL
| I 1545 Collins Ave.. Miami B-, I
Extends Season's Greeting* a
To All Friends and Patron*
A Happv New Year
RUSSELL'S
Papaya and Pure Citrus Fr., i Juices: Vegetable Juices; Fruit Punches ijr Parties
3C3 S W. 8th Street Phones 2248326190
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Beach View Apartments
Season Rates $250 to $400 includes
everything for housekeeping
Frigid.nre. electricity, gas. linens.
daily maid service.
121 Collins Ave Miami Beach
SINCERE WISHES
fol .,
HAPPY NEW YEAR
A. G. SHOOK
To Our Many Friends and Patrons
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
CUBAN BAR
'701 N. W. Fourth Avenue
!
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Mr and Mrs. Wm. Uhlfelder
Lincoln Center Bag Shop
Wish all Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
626 Lincoln Road Phone 52022
Miami Beach
^'HBi'WO'B'i.iiiwtiwr.u. na"..*'
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ISRAEL NOSOWITZ
SUPERIOR SHEET METAL
WORKS. INC.
1121 N. E. 1st Avenue
rtmm :
GREETINGS:
May the New Year Bring You
Happiness and Prosperity
FRANKLIN HOTEL
L. LEHRMAN. Manager
860 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
i'
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in
T
1000 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES
roi .i
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
MRS LAZARUS ABRAMS
HOTEL ABRAMS
Z02 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach
JBSMN .' > &i3a.wr,,fclMiM*.,i vi.i
Roofing
and
Sol"r
Heaters
by
G I F F E N

-

Best Wishes for a Happy New
Year to Our Many Friends
and Customers
HERBIES BAR
& BARBECUE
733 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-7774
.
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GEE-VEE SODA SHOP
31 N. E. 36th St. Phone 72319
MSMUMMUWMIRfllllhm.imiiiu. -- -r'-IMII I'lltfr ...
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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USE ELEVATOR
Convenient TermsPh. 3 4351
LOW COST BEAUTY SERV CE
FOR THE PUBLIC
A Most Happy New Yea-
MR. and MRS.
W. L. KING and CARTER
711 N. W. Red Road
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1 i
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BAKE RITE. Inc.
ONLY THE BEST IN
BAKERS PRODUCTS
Wholesale ann Retail
471 S. W. 8th Street
. 1
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS i I__________._.
Mnmi. Florida
?To Our Many Friends and Patrons'
I A Most Happy New Year |
I Shull Furniture Exchange j
J C. E SHULL. JR I
| j 763 S W. ath Street |
I
| NEW YEAR GREETING*
j PARK EDGE NEWS & J
SUNDRIES STORE
102 Biscayne Blvd
Sincere Wi-hes for a Happy New
Year to My ewish Friends
Wiley's Dry Cleaners
113 S. E 1st Ave Phone 2 3746
1 CLAYTON PLATING CO. '
i !
15C0 N. E. 2nd Avenue j
MRS. ESTHER BERNSTEIN
WALDORF CAFETERIA
671 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Wishes All of Her Friends and
Customers A \/cry Happy
New Year
GREETINGS
PHONE 5.9138
Electrical Work Our Specialty
QUIGLEY'S GARAGE
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
WRECKER SERVICE
131 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
I NEW YEAR GREETINGS
! I. BRUCE LANGDON
!_____________________________!
SEASONS GREETINGS
Shenandoah Groceteria
!6"0 S W. 8th St-eot Where Quality Prevails at Lowest Possible Puces HENRY A. GROSS. Prop.
May the New Year Bring
j Health and Happiness to All
Our Friends and Patrons
PIG & WHISTLE GRILL

3346 N. W. 7th Ave.
jBest Wishes For A Happy and
Prosperous New Year
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PACKAGE STORE
!463 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
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To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR
DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
300 S Miami Avenue
Phones 2-22622.3512
LaFRANCE CLEANERS
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244 N. W. 35th Street
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Bring You Abundant Happiness
and Prosperity
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Phone 7-S208
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A Most Hapny New Year
SAVOY HOTEL
MRS. BRIGHAM
252 N. W. 2nd St. Phone 2 8827
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
WM. J. BROWN
Seybold Building


A Most Happy New Year to All
CLYDE DAILY AND
ASSOCIATES
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STANDARD GARAGE
A Most H.ippy and Prose
New Year
LOU & IRA
SUPER SERVICE STATION
Pence de Leon Blvd
Phone 4-9453

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MURRAY PAINT
& BODY SHOP
60 N. E. 27th Street
PHONE 3-8844
130 N. W. 3rd St.
Phone 2 9609
MOLLY PICON'S
LEADING MAN
WILLIAM SCHWARTZ
ROMANTIC TENOR
Is Available For
Concerts. Banquets. Dances
Bar Mitzvahs
820 Eucl'd Ave., Miami Bead1
PHONE 5-9026
2277 N. W. 62nd St.
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Season's Greetings
NORRIS W BROADWAY
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GROWERS
COLD STORAGE
1200 N. W. 22nd St.
Phones 3-143225061
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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Drucker
and Daughter Maxine

Extend Best Wishes to
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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CORSETIERE
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 fJenisli fkarkUan PAGE SIXTY-ONE TRANSIT FRANCHISE BALLOTED ON OCT. 8 imination "l strut cars and reduction f riding costs are of. >IVI I the Miami public by the ',.,.,, Company proposal on r H when the voters extheir views on the citywide transportation contract bethe city and the Miami it company. mi's lumbering, yellow trolleys will be taken off their runs ately the modernized bus es into effect following ty .•lection ami bus fares w jll be lowered to provide a cent token fare anywhere a: compared with resent eight and one-half cen arge, are among the admtag< offered. new crosstown routes. as) and west and north and minating the long rides M town, will be available ngers There will be routes from north io right through the downi tion without trouble or Arrangements are be,.,!, so that no Miami home will be moie than two blocks ., bus line. ation of an "owl" service i one feature of the newBus runs now stop at I a NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN inrt Pronptrom New Year till Jewish Friend* Schultz-Hodo Realty Co. "=,i Estate ,ind Insurance '08 Shorelana Arcade MW YEAR GREETINGS SOUTHERN EXCHANGE Wf Buy ."d Sell Second H.md r urn.tui t TONY TRASACCO. Prop. 938 N Miami Ave. Phone 2 9254 O S C E O L A MARKET GEORGE JACOB. Prop. Quality Western Meats and Fancy Groceries WE DELIVER 2293 S. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 4-1727 TO OUR FRIENDS— A Most Happy New Year ATLAS MACHINE & WELDING CO. S vV N River Dr. Ph. 2 8328 G R E K T I N G S CITY HALL GARAGE 1150 Collins Avenue | MIAMI BEACH I *.*> '•*.-..*. *"" ftHH1 -I-* -* PONY BAR 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 I 9 i "In the face uf destruction and disillusionment abroad we wo"' ol Council are planning and working tor the future in Miami "A • we stand on the brink of a new year, we are planning in n and m cooperation with tl community tor the bettermi m ol urncommunity, that i> women and childn n ami foi ':. hope i-v a bi tti i lil for the newcomer in i.ui mi : %  w. are inswi ring li i < all to evi ry American Jewish woman an,', pati rning our lub year to nil tin i" the An ricai ay i %  : :. ng rhi officers and Board ol Directoroi Miami Section extend '" each and ev.ry Miamian a year of happiness and prosperity and a hope that the clouds will clear ov r the i ntire world and that we can again live in peace and harmony Mrs Benjamin LeVine, President. HIALEAH PARK IS BEING IMPROVED Looking forward to a brilliant and record-breaking season. The Miami Jockey Club, operators "i Hialeah Park, are completely r< building the racing strip to make it as nearly perfect as humanly possible. Prices of all purses are being raised anil additional three stake raci s are being added to the season's program. The housing ol the manj ad ditional finest thoroughbred racing I,.uses in the country, which have announced the mtt ntion ol coming to Hialeah, has necessitati d tin .lection ol three more stabli %  Mr Sam McCormick 11 manager, stated that win n thesi many improvi m< nts have beei ipleted, Hialeah Park will proudly present the turf enthusiasts %  America's finest racing -tin. for thoroughbri d hor NEW YEAR GREETINGS NORTON & McCORMICK OTHO J. HICKS NAMED U. J. A. HIGH HOLIDAY ASSISTANT DIRECTOR PROGRAM BROADCAST New York (WNS) The appointment of Otho J. Hicks as tant Director ol the N Itional Conference of Chrisl u and Jews, was announced by die co-chairman of the organization. Prol Arthur II. Compton of die University of Chicago, Prof Carlton .1 II Hayes ol Columbia University and Roger W Straus, Dr Evi rett R, Clinchy is tor of the National Conference. Bi : in i oming to the National Conference Mr Hicks was an editor el' the New York all. : daily, I'M He has also i papi rs m Minn, seta and has has been a representative ol thi Associati d Press air, ad New York (WNS)—A high holiday radio program will be presented over a nationwide hookup of the Columbia Broadcasting System on Sunday afternoon, m. The broadcast will coincide with intensive campaign activities now under way in more than 1.200 communities throughout the country which are seeking to raise their share ol funds Sincere Wishes for a Year to My Many Je Happy New wish Fi .vncls MIAMI TRUCK SERVICE ED DAVISON, 1421 N. E. 1st Owner Court COMPLIMENTS OF McCRORYS' FIVE & TEN CENT STORE J 610 N. E. 2nd Avenue M i .1 rti i HAPPY NEW VEAR > ....'. i#... NEW YEAR GREETINGS HOTEL STRAND 226 N. E. 2nd Street % %  "*•' "• %  •• %  %  M TO OUR MANY FRIENDS May the New Venn Bring You Health .ind Happiness T O.K. FURNITURE STORE j I One Room to One Thousand ('72C-2: N. W. 36th St. Ph. 22993? Best Wishes for a Happy New Year, from A HAPPY NEW YEAR BENNER & BOX & PRINTING CO. 1023 S. W. 25th Ave. !MMHn"ttiwMiNsrtttiMaMitMtiNr\K JWI M %  I %  NEW YEAR GREETINGS MANNIE GATES i HOTEL ASTOR Dietary Laws 'LZLZZZJ BEST WISHES fii HAPPY NEW YEAR SOUTHERN RAILROAD CO. I W. T. SHEVELL 310 East Flagler St.eet OSCAR E DOOLY. JR. AND ASSOCIATES INVESTMENTS Myron Greentrre Warren Kingsbury Gerald Pethir INGRAHAM BUILDING tfHMIh .--„.., „ %  : %  IAPPV NEW YFAR HAPPY NEW YEAR A P E T R I PAINTER and DECORATOR 5 240 Normand v Drive Ph. 6 2493 Residence Phone 7.2068 I L i i R. A STE r r A N S | I BEST WISHES 7 I ii .. HAPPY NEW YEAR LIGHTHOUSE RESTAURANT NEW YEAR CREETINGS THE GOSSARD CORSET SHOP A Gosvird for Every Figure MRS. J. A BLANTON Gi .iduate Corsetiere No Charge for Alterations Phone 3.1008 BSE 'st StContractor and Builder 2250 Wt>1 Flagler Street B ike's Haulover Miami Beach | w %  % %  .•-. wammtmmiummmmMKmmmm %  BEST WISHES HAPPY NEW YEAR RICH PLNN OIL CO. 136' N. E 1st Avenue p. G. THOMAS SINCERE GREETINGS Ti".1 HAPPY NEW YEAR CHAS. M. EWING PLUMBING CO. 752 S. MIAMI AVENUE %  11-1,1 Best Wishes for A Happy and ? f Prosperous New Year to All Our ? Friends and Patrons WALDORF TOWERS HOTEL 860 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH %  *. -MR. and MRS. WILLIAM SHAYNE m SEASONS GREETINGS JACQUES BEAUTY SALON 677 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-6866 939 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-1895 9tCLit6jQ^{tt I i A HaD-oy New Year to My Friends SCHAEFER SIGN & DISPLAY N W Bth Ave ''li 3-9145 -rSincere New Year Wishes to Our Friends and Patrons HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES j Extend Sincere Wishes | for a HAPPY NEW YEAR j j VAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY %  !..'•. A HAPPY NEW YEAR OSCAR'S TAXI SERVICE 320 Euclid Avenue PHONE 5-2333 *• % % % %  .' J-tlKIW'*' I II %  •.n.n.., I W UBY KEOSKIE New Year Greeting to My Friends KING. THE TAILOR 71 N. F. 2 St. Phone 3-1388 ...uin saaMMMM %  MsVMsW Sincere Wishes For A Haopy New Year RAUZIN INSURANCE AGENCY 128 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-2565 .I" I: u I HCIIAKK MIAMI'S MODERN |j DEPARTMENT STORE No. 1 N. E. 1st St. Phone 2-6161



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PAGE TWENTY • 'Jewish fkiriidttdiin FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 MESSAGE OF HOPE FORTHE NEW YEAR by RABBI MAX SHAPIRO "Shnas Li Alter L'Chayim Tovim." "Life and Peace to all Israel and Humanity."' At this period of human destruction, when life has ceased • i be of any value, when the lives hundredSi of thousands, nay nillions, hang in the balance— iring this unnecessary, unprecedented sacrifice of human life which the world is daily witnessg—we are stirred by only one arning—we pray ti.nl for but e thing—LIFE—"Kosvaen Bsafer Ha Chayim"—Inscribe us the Book of Life." Si >lomon said long ago. There nothing new under the sun" md though we in this age of new nventions know that this does not hold in its entirety—yet as e gather experience we learn at human nature is the same the world nver. that human exirience repeats itself with mootonous regularity, that history is like a continuous encore. It may in fact be claimed, and the claim maintained, that world history, when reduced to its ele| •nents is but a'series of ten or fifteen records which are put successively into a phonograph : if human symphonic machinery and when they are finished it is I back again to, the old record. Noting this phenomenon, there has arisen the proverb. History i repeats itself. Verily, that is all j t is. repetition That is why | Solomon long ago said, "There I s nothing new under the sun.'" Rosh Hashono tells us (before our present time or world) the story of legend of the creation of worlds and their destruction. This seems to be so unique as to have happened but once in all history, and then the record was broken. Nothing of the sort. Would that were the case. As a matter of fact it repeats itself over and over again in every century since the story or legend was established, since Satan matched with the Almighty. The real motif is dark and sinister, black tragedy. As the personification of hate. Satan had risen to destroy world after world, Oh, that is an old and impossible story, you say. A novel. I drama, but things do not happen that way outside the Arabian nights Just think of it. Satan destroying world after world until the Almighty puts an end to the destruction, and causes our present world to evolve, That is nonsense, you saj Nevertheless it is true. Not only in the worlds preceding mi's:—It is true today in every land where Jews dwell—the same characters tread the stage the same charges against people are made, the same motif, the same means of salvation are at hand. Permit me to show how five dramatic moments in Jewish history vocalize the past and insinuate the future. And how such moments are applicable to humanity as well. The first episode that I choose is the meeting between Rabbi Yochanan Ben Zakki, and Vespesian, the Roman general, so vividly portrayed in Feuchtwanger's book 'Joseph us. Visualize the striking contrast of personalities. One is a scholar. a member of the Judean Sanhedrin. whose only shield and weapon is the scroll of the law; the other is a soldier, and official representative of the far flung Roman empire, the symbol of physical force and military power. "What brings you here?" asks the Roman general. "I come at the risk of my life." replies the Judean Rabbi. "The zealots in Jerusalem in their passion and patriotism would bitterly resent this audience. But I had to follow my conviction. 1 know ih it *>m RABBI MAX SHAPIRO the Judean state is doomed, that the gates of Jerusalem will soon crash and crumble. In view ol this realization. I wish to make one request, an insignificant request as far as you are concerned. Give me Yavneh. the little Philistine city on the i boundary of Judah." "Why do NEW YEAR GREETINGS P. M. LEVI PLUMBING 2141 S. W. Third St. Phone 2-1517 you want it?" asks the general curiously. "Why do you want Palestine'.'" comes the reply 'You want it as a political fence against neighboring nations. I want Yavneh as a spiritual fence guarding the law. I want to establish there a center of learning." The request is granted and the incident is forgotten. But the moment is fraught with tremendous significance The conviction that Judaism is not a political state but a a spiritual law and therefore can survive beyond geographical boundary ines must have been reached by Rabbi Ben Zakkai after deep and earnest thinking on the subject. Otherwise, he could no! lossibly have reacted so calmly to the later report of the fall of erusalem, saymg: "Let charity oui love of mankind take die place of burnt offerings The moment when scholar and soldier met marked the culmination of this conviction. And this dramatic moment also adumbrated the future For were it not for Yavneh. Judaism would not have survived in subsequent centuries. The Very presence of a modern Hebrew University on Mt. Scopas. the place from which the Roman soldiers threw their firebrands which kindled die Temple, testifies to Ben Zakkai's vision and foresight. This leads me to a second dramatic episode which is only a continuation of the same trend of thought. We now come to the tenth century. The center of Jewish learning is no longer Palestine but Babylon. Four distinguished Rabbis are sent out from Babylon to the Jew:-: Diaspora, their mission being die collection ol contributions, "or the Babylonian academies of (CONTINUED ON PAGE 21) COMPLIMENTS of : SEASON S. GRO VER MORROW Attorney at Law Ingraham Building MIAMI, FLORIDA TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CONCRETE PLACING CO. "ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE" 2226 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3-4920 BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR IS THE WISH OF East Coast Bag and Metal Co. INC. 445 N. W. Eighth Street To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances. A Most HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MOUSLE Y SERVICE STATION 302 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. WISHING ALL A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR WHITE SWAN LINEN SUPPLY CO. MICKEY" LUBEL HENRY MILLER 301 N. W. FIRST COURT—MIAMI Greetings for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI WRECKING CO. 132 N. W. 20th Street T MR. AND MRS. WM. MECHLOWITZ AND THE NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 424-428 Collins Avenue--Miami Beach WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR T— Sntaft a^nta nJiM Vlli ii///. cAs the year 570/ commences, we join OUT many Jewish friends everywhere in the traditional greeting: "May you he inscribed for a Good Year" H. J. HEINZ COMPANY PITTSBURGH, PA. The makers of the s/ aritties T BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR NOLAN-PEELER MOTORS, INC. LA SALLE CADILLAC PONTIAC 2044 Biscayne Blvd. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR STBHINtO PRUNES] REENPEiJ SOUP f^nVTi ASPARAGUS i SOUP STMihED JV-ARROTSU V S*GVTABI* J I SOgP mm, CORN \CH0WDERJ IVEGETARI"* SOUP Wiih our "Happy New Year" go out thanks for your cordial reception <>f our project to provide you wiili more than fifty varieties, bearing the endorsement of the UNION Ol ORTHODOX JEWISH ( ONGPI GATIONS Ol AMI RICA You can recognize these products readily by the (in emblem, prominent!) displayed on the label. The @ foods are made under rabbinical supervision. NO Ml VTorl VT is used,of course! iWfl^J CO! iM .' MUSHROOM/ SOUP **._ E5 j E. B. LEATHERMAN CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY ir'OMAIC/l IVE&ETAR'I* \ souf [SPlNACHJ SOUP k\\EI^I||aU\EI^ ft? I CEU SC d=5 [ TOMATO J SOUP I CELERYj SOUP HEINZ FOODSH Strictly Veqetarion I)



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-* < FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 *Jenisl' Meridian PAGE FIFTY-ONE Faith In A Faithless World Ijbeen roplaeed by the pagan can be achieved only by al.ef in its God-Emperor seems strains of a Wagner. A faithless faith in God. that faith which bent on destroying not only the world indeedcri 'S out. with Job. -Even though physical self of the Chinese peo, c He Slav me vet will I trust in pie. but also the spiritual greatArid moving eastward into So" %  %  • vlt „..„:„ .,„H ih.. hm.rir, J <• • %  -. A Him A faithless worldneSS of Confucius and tne nuna "** i. i.,- ;., th. I ,.,rl Klv ,>,-,„ ,ii opiate of the people.That was in the Catholic Church, there And ho believed in the Lotd. hol> principles laid down by the ^ P T( d u arl lwo should arisi a State whicn insists and he counted U O Urn to rehglon of God. Beaten and bat££$£ hilVl ,„.,,, rai / ed in on excluslve obedience to an rlgh teousness. Thusi does; the tend a ethos, brave souls who as G()dk ss M idw) foundt d on Bncient ,, Bible in th e Book of Genesw dared .ft their ycces in de ; L^ can ^ Yes t „ call R()me! Bomto Mussolini, |Umes without number at th, ( apler is, verse 6, speak of ense of the religious ^spirit. 1 tnem8e i ve8 c 0 m m u n i 8 t 8t but a new 20th Century Caesar come hands of misguided Christ ans. ., ,| n ,ni. speak not of those of the Jewish Before K destruction of a book by fire can extinguish the lamp of learning contained therein. Our own Jewish Talmud has been burned times without number at lh' %  hands of misguided Christians.. • what a misnomer that is. Anyto life! And like the Caesars | but it still lives and, toJJ^ very defining our idea of who for nearly one houlhe trulh ;md djctat( rs of (lld n will yet day. IS the gu de for dailyJrvtoJ wha is meant by belief in God sand years have been born lived smoke-screen of socome to an ignominous end. of millions o, J.-s hn>ughom Faith in God. let us take !" d died on German so.l. and Communism behind Avhtch Mark my word. AMaithtewUhe world. A faithless world ok a t the world today. What have in many ways, even at the, hidd( n unadulteratworld: P deed! ,,„.,,. i, staggers the -magexpense of heir own individual-, dictatorship of a stalin U And now fn ( are the remainAnd how about Great Britain llton t 0 visualize what is ">'. demonstrated their not 103 Lnevitable that he 8hou ld in count ries of the world from and these United States'.How ,L. -_ ....II-.H ,-iviPT cent, hut 150 per cent lov, .1 s > < pning in the so-cauea civi K e join hands in bloody strife with this contaminating influence of (C ONTINUED ON PAGE B5) i countries of Mil opt -ma i Hitler, for they are two of a Godliness? Japan with its be„ ,„,i ,,.,,.1, „,„i,t speak o the millions <.f Chris, ... uuuum r \ .. Each day and each niMH kind—both ruthless, both mcap; „ gs increasingly horrifying <"'*• Protestant and Catholic ,,i conditions abroad In ,,,,, Bn d Western Europe, cxive of Britain, the fuehrer. I Hitler, is in complete con.„„! Is at this very mompattering at the doors of the ,h Isles. In whose name ii ho thus acting.' At least the able ot the ordinary human love. alike, whose voices have been ...... „.,, „ both dedicated to a passionate stilled by an ideologv that rec, „,, ,. disregard and destruction of oil ognizes but one lawthe law ot ,. ,. ,,-•, „,ni ,. ,t .>) Gods laws. History will yet torephysical, brutal Force ... _„_ teach them the lesson that man Niet/chi s Super-man has placed SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR the gentle, loving soul ot a Goethe or a Heine re kindly and Schiller, a The soft aldoth not live by bread alone. There is an inner spirit which must also be satisfied, and which BASS' MARKET 223 E. South St.—Phone 5624 Orlando. Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ;::;; Ka,ser of ..4 *** !" h rr'iTtiiL M .:; 11 •Mich und Gott" (Me and God) fuehrer has left God out ol ,,,„,. With him it is -Me" A new 20th Century come to life! A revival %  the paganism of Medieval in y! Destroyed m the GerReich are those lofty and iirt. a Bach or a Beethoven has HAPPY NEW YEAR FLA 6BEF.R LA TROPICAL ALE TAMPA FLORIDA BREWERY. INC 212 S Parramore Street PHONE 9255 ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR HELEN WARNER DR. JULIAN C. ALLEN VIOLIN INSTRUCTION Beginners to Conceit Artists For Appointment Phone 7416 Orlando. Florida May the New Year Brinr, Happi nes and Prosperity to All FALKNER. INC. 1621 N. Chicago Avenue Phone 5527—Orlando. Fla. Iiutoi "1 Carrier Air Conditioning, KEEN SIGHT SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BROOKHAVEN SALVAGE and BLDG. SUPPLY CO 615 Brookhaven Drive Phone 8015—Orlando. Florida May the New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity Shaw's Service Station 16 N. Parramore—Phone 6464 OPLANDO. FLORIDA THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE ... %  wiwr Happy New Year Greetings Walker Fertilizer Company M • • oi.l lull lT • %  '' HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER MATERIALS PHONE 6771 Orlando, Florida 'HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS. j A HAPPY NEW YEAR American Machinery Corp. PAC RITE Fruit Packinn and Canning Equipment MayCobb Fertilizer Distributors Phone 6184—Orlando. Florida '.,r I • i HAPPY NEW YEAR ORANGE STATE BEER DISTRIBUTORS 7 N. Parramore Phone 5441 ORLANDO. FLORIDA %  %  NEW YEAR GREETINGS Undergraduate Practical Nurses' Registry OLDEST IN ORLANDO Mrs. Collins Church and Main Bldg Phone-Day 7228: Night 3098 ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR is. HAPPY NEW YEAR L. C. (MM LEEDY State Representative Group 2Grange County Orlando. Florida ... mrmmn SMMSH e NEW YEAR GREETINGS ORANGE BUICK CO. %  338 N. Orange, Orlando, Fla. I ( J. B. ASHER. C P. A. I O.B.T. BLDG. PHONE 9821 I ORLANDO. FLORIDA HEITZ HOSPITAL. INC. 11 NEW YEAR GREETINGS ORANGE BELT TRUCK 6, TRACTOR CO. 730 Central Ave. Phone 9881 Orlando. Florida NEW YEAR GREETINGS INSURANCE and MORTGAGE LOANS TUCKER & BRANHAM (Dick) (Jack) Florida Bank Buildir.u ORLANDO %  NEW VII U" YEAR GREETINGS !ll* \\ It 'l ll.'l lllHl I ORLANDO HOTEL V \| II Ji 'HNSi IN, I.' M m -.•I VV I'liriU'H STRKKT I • 111,., k from I oic. As.-niu•the Hotel That Makes You Feel At Hom" ORLANDO. FLORIDA ,>. K -i iln. Hrnton Ii-.i-l. -.j |,j injv. tlon methods, %  msi fm. 'I ni'l <'J -'• ,: vvllhoul • li on. i. I'.in%  • %  %  treat,l l)) \ Kn>. Itudlum .oi'l :.., o in I'li'imi. I "referred. Phone 5377 801 N Magnolia ORLANDO. FLORIDA L. HAPPY NEW YEAR LANGSTON-HUBBARD CONSTRUCTION CO. First National Bank Building Orlando, Florida BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR KATES DAIRY Cheney Highway ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Florida National Bank BldQ. ORLANDO. FLORIDA i %  %  ... HOLIDAY munMNM GREETINGS imsamHMtMMi mmmmmm i HAPPY NEW YEAR FRANCES SLATER SHOP WOMEN'S APPAREL ( 20 N. Orange Phone 7954 Orlando Florida IMIMMHI "• • "*" "" 1 -NEW YEAR GREETINGS— HUTCHINSON Trar-tor Equipment Co. 1216 W. Central ORLANDO. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS i:. ;iui\ Tiviilm. ui f"i ^ our flolli. American Laundry and Dry Cleaning Company A f > 'iniiniMlMsmi i .in i mtiM'i MI | 1 •'; mmmammmmmmm HAPPY NEW YEAR MENGES BRYAN CLOTHES FOR MEN 205 North Orange ORLANDO. FLORIDA ami Satlfm-tor> S. for Kver> Need Main Cl ice: 21 N. Parramore St. Branch Office: 20 E. Church St. Phone 6112 Orlando. Fla. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR The Garden Flower Shop 790 N Orange Orlando, Fla. AMERICAN FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANY A FLORIDA OLD LINE COMPANY Home Office, Orlando. Florida .* # %  >•*."' • r-" %  *• %  •-. %  I I %  HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS WOODS FUEL OIL, COAL or COKE — We Can Serve You 1035 Robinson Orlando, Fla. Phone 9887 i i %  • %  i l HAPPY NEW YEAR Be Thrifty — Ameri-Cap Your Smooth Tires 30-Thousand Mile* Service ORLANDO TIRE STORE j 128 W. Central. Orlando. Fla. I f ^MaamniuBuni:iiu'Witanniiiiim'.iiiiitu:miinitiiiiiiimitiir-' i -' NEW YEAR GREETINGS BREAD — CAKE MERITA AMERICAN BAKERIES CO. Orlando, Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR Don Callaway Service Sta. Fuel Oil and Kerosene Service 1231 W. Church Orlando. Fla. rfh.m ...,r* ..i ',. .::• • I HAPPY NEW YEAR A. P. CLARK CHRYSLER CARS 904 W. Orange Orlando. Fla^iwriu' tmitnmnirmiiiii MM MMHMi I ""•'wni..siiiiiv i .< T.. HAPPY NEW YEAR SEARS ROEBUCK CO. 123 N. Orange. Orlando, Florida •



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e > PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT vjenisl: HcricUan FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 SPIRIT IS FRI G H T E N L D reporter, Tlio reporter is conci rned with today. For him there was no yesterday and there will be no tomorrow He records only what he sees now—the superficial, the obvious. His lenses have no third dimension. But A New Year's Message, by RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN Like a person who fears to look into a mirror after a long illness, because he knows that he will not see his former self, even so does Israel apprehend with reluctance th.exanvnation of events in the past year and the looking into u-.e mirror < I fac The past year has changed the face of the earth, figuratively I literally. The world today stands bewildered and disillusioned. The Strong and sure inundations upon which it had I Ided its life, have been rudely shaken Th.' human spirit stands today frightened, weighted down with apocalyptic foreboding, as if awaiting the crash And yet, Israel has : ici I i nd will face all the new 5 .' .rivith a spirit of high optimism, which called out "Teytzey Sno.„, l kloloseho. Tovo Shono Uvirehoseno —••Let the past year with all ol its curses go out. may the newyear with all us blessings a 1 It there :.any one thing which is at al! certain it ithjt if men are to surviv in a society worthy to be cahed hirnan. ,, new and a far different world must be built, Mankind"? way ol salvation is the way W.lich leads back, or rathT forward, to God The true faith ol the Jew comes from the taot thai in %  scim ining the events ol any one year, he takes the vie w ol the prophet rather than that ol the RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN" eider to look ahead. He is not only concerned with the headlines, he wants to read the whole story. He knows that it is perfectly possible to win a great many battles, and yet to lose a war: to face many dark hours and yet to find ultimate light; to retrogress by taking many steps backward, and yet progress through ultimate steps forward. This thought and view is best expressed by means of the allegory attributed to the Hasidic Rabbi of Ussiatin. It is told that when this mystic and saint first saw the Viennese waltz, he did not thunder nor exhort but he rather marveled at the sight ol couples dancing. To him all ol life was a dance, a type of Viennese waltz in which many I 1 uples circled around, looking find happiness in the larger spherical ballroom of the world He asked one of the expert onlookers what the beat, what the rhythm, what the steps were. that the dancers were using. The onlooker told him that they were dancing to the rhythm of the music and were counting; one. two—one. tw.p. three: one. twoone, two. three; they were taking two stops backward, three steps forward, two steps backward, three steps forward. • The saintly patriarch gasped in amazement, and a light shone „ver his face, as he said: "How wonderful are the ways of God! Now 1 understand. At first I could not see how these dancing couples got anywhere, they seemed to me to be wandering aimlessly backwards then forwards, backwards then forwards. In my mind I argued that they could never get anywheres, for they were repeating their actions If a couple danced in a forward direction they soon did away with their progress for GREETINGS LARRY MARKS AND CO. 37 N E. FIRST AVE. they retraced their steps, and sei mod to come back to where they started from. But now I understand the meaning of the dance. They take only two steps backward, but they take three steps forward, and it in this third step, this extra step, which they take in a forward direction which moves them ahead, and which causes them to progress." (CONTINUED ON PAGE 29) SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR STADIUM BAR FRED KERR. Prop. Phone 3.5924 1562 W. Flagler St. ••THE BEST FOR LEAST" TOPS — AUTO PAINTING WRECK SPECIALISTS RUBIN b FENDER WORKS 1306 N E. Bayshore Court Just off County Causeway SINCERE GOOD WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS for .1 VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR STANDARD SUPPLY & ELECTRIC CORP. PHONE 3-7445 1059 S. W. 8th Street the prophet, the philosep'.v r for him. the moment, the day, is part of many yesterdays and oi the unborn tomorrow. His vision is not restricted to the immediate. He looks backward in A HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN FALKENBERG District Manager of the AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. HAPPY NEW YEAR Mhi.1l 1 hi ln\ aluiilili contribution to urn renmrkiihli' Hue-pen* ,i ,1 urn* ih, 11 I* .' ileitmii • %  i" HI 11 mill In XI ,| KIUI-I-I-I I" HI ; lo .1, u Inn fi lend* mil patl,.wrj nap. uu> \'r Vi Le Lian Krum MARINELLO BEAUTY SHOP 147 N. E. 1st St. Phone 3 1954 GRAHAM AUTOMOBILE SERVICE E. DETWILER. Mgr. PHONE 3-6097 1412 N. E. 2nd Avenue i Best Wishes For j A HAPPY NEW YEAR | MR. AND MRS. I SIDNEY LEFCOURT I i i ( And Family { SEASONS GREETINGS from STEMBLER. ADAMS FRAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY Incorporated FIRST FEDERAL BLDG. MIAMI. FLORIDA I HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL MY FRIENDS WALKER LARAMORE Pennsylvania Mutual Life Insurance Co. Phone 2-3200 Ingmham Bldg. Montz M. Drucker and Family of DRUCKER'S JEWELER 1053 Washington Avenue WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR WALSH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCIFNCE Telephones: 21667—34040 Professional Bldg. — Miami. Fla. Tel : 5-1444—1213 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach. Florida Accredited Bv AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCIAL COLLEGES BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS STEAKS • CHOPS | SEA FOOD IN SEASON SEA FOOD GRILL •p ltronize the Bt*t" 10 SOUTH MIAMI AVE. TOM FLINGOS Mgr. *M FAMOUS throughout South Florida For Skilled Workmanship! T AMI AMI MOTOR REPAIRING CO. Joe Mero. President 1277 S W. 8th Street SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR WALTER W. WIGMAN SOUTHERN STATES INSURANCE AGENCY. Inc. Phone 3-3145 Postal Bldg. PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS 2534 N. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 2-2621 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS CARL GRAEFE'S DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT 10938 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 7-9248 BREAKFAST — LUNCHES — DINNERS SERVED AT POPULAR PRICES j THE j SHOREHAM HOTEL j j ON THE BEACH FRONT { J FIFTH AND OCEAN DRIVE i 1 GREETINGS LA PORTA SUNDRIES PHONE 2-9521 — 179 WEST FLAGLER STREET FOUNTAIN SERVICE BEER WINES FILMS—PATENT MEDICINES—TOBACCO—STATIONERY. > --. -•.. %  %  NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS MILLER'S Fruit Exchange HOTEL and RESTAURANT SUPPLIES PHONE 3-7794 —to everyone —everywhere OUR HEARTIEST NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS Hollywood Beach Hotel Oscar T. Johnson General Manager %  BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR grE/T FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB < WFLAGLER 37 A/£ D SV*r.V HI ^ JACOB SHER. President >*=*&. I 1 la



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940 fJewisli fhr/dUain PAGE FORTY-ONE -r) SAM BRODER, AMERICAN"] KING, ON VACATION A SHORT STORY by DR. V, L* SCHRAGER L Sam Ilrod*r, having Havt-fl • %  HBh i io> foi .1 shoi i vai .i 1 lull. il'-i I'li-s 1 HIM' A Itli I, a I'm \ el n!i him .in.l Kt-I i i li .. kli' %  u.. fi "in i hv HtraiiKv i'Xpi w in. li r11.-.-1 the t. • \iili i veil llllle man hii i : sllilili-nlj In i n in ilei fill llrM iv "l lil. Tile I'M lor, After months of toil, scheming, disappointments, to which was added the political turmoil .if America and the sabre rattling ni Europe, all of which saturated Ins fabric. Sam Brod< r decidi (l in take a vacation in California He had heard that California was growing by leaps and bounds and u may that California needs a shrewd business man like him? .... He was in no particular hurry yet saving twi nty-four hours en a limited vacation, plus the privilege of traveling lik • a gentleman mi the Super Chief, was no small temptation The extra fare and the additional cost ol the Roomette did nut particularly worry Sam, for you live only once—and even in secure America, nobody knows wl il may happen tomorrow! Did anybody know what was tu come in 1929? With a sense of ownership, quite proud of himself. Sam inspected the Super Chief, his train It was a monster wit', red and yellow upon a black background, the engine being il"' head and the far-off en the '•"! H brought back to memory the small, shabby trains in Poland with numbers on u-. outside panels of the cars. I. 11 "I. iv li,had traveled only in Class III and IV. and hi' could hardly believe that the Super Chief was a one class trim Was n possible that celebrated movie actresses, movie magnates, and he were traveling on the same tram'. II. re was democracy in actual practice! The porter assigned him t,> his Roomette The name sounded Frenchy, and he was a bit suspicious of it. but Inthought he would risk it There were numerous nickel plated uadyets, strange arrangements, all of which frightened him. but he was not going to ask the colon i porter tu explain all that, lor he had a printed folder with him, 1 < { To My Many Friends I |May the New Year Bring You j %  Abundant Happim ss and Prospi rity j B. A. STEPHENS | I STEPHENS RESTAURANT | IPh. 2 7742 38 W. Flagler St.' MAX and BEN KASSELMAN of the STATE ELECTRIC CO. Electrical Contractors 525 Michigan. Avenue Miami Beach Extend New Year Greetings To Their Friends and Customers (May the New Year Bring You | Abundant HaDpiness and Prosperity ISOUTHERN BRICK I S TILE CO. PHONE 2-2206 3350 N. W. 27th Avenue NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL OUR JEWISH FHILNDS AND PATRONS MANNING'S FINEST AND LARGEST SEA FOOD DINNERS IN THE WORLD PHONE 2 9939 829 BISCAYNE BLVD.. MIAMI To Our Many Friends A Most Happy Holiday Season MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and FAMILY and HENRY S AUTO PARTS 519 N. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 3-1427 and besides, he was considered a smart business man. Presently, he pressed a button, and a fan started spinning at top speed The cold air became colder and he was perspiring with excitement. There was a rod with connotations on the side. Op.n."Close." He was afraid lo touch it for the room may either get ice cold. or. who knows, he may be asphyxiated for lack of air. He was a little bewildered, and he decided not to touch the dangerous rod. He tipped the wash-basin. He filled it with water and emptied it three times just to see what would happen. He drank water out of the decanter without being thirsty. II,. inspected the toilet facilities. He was quite proud of the clothes closet. Final. \. lie consulted the folder and cautiously moved the lever which removed the bed from the wall As it started down in rebel fashion, Sam, rather startled, withdrew his hands quickly, and the bed stopped at an angle. hall way open. What was he t, May The New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity SMITTY'S DAY and NIGHT GARAGE Ph. 2-6912 225 N. W. 1st Ct. mmm ... r NEW YEAR GREETINGS j I WEBER & THOMPSON | Accountants and Auditors j Alfred I. duPont Building j I MIAMI. FLORIDA I i i i i i i i i i MR. and MRS. • L. SILVERMAN and the | j SILVER PAINT CO. Wish for All Their Patrons and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE STUYVESANT INSURANCE CO. New Participating Policy Issued by this Did Esta lished Stock Company affords substantial savings to owners of Good Prop. el'lies. and Automobiles EASTERN UNDERWRITING COMPANY, Inc. E. C. THRALL STATE AGENTS d" about it? He was too proud to consult the porter, yet a bed sticking out at an angle was a funny sichi and of m, particular use to him, He rang for the porter, who looked at him sideways and with a slight touch dropped 'he bed down, locked it securely and walked away without comment. He w is tempt, d to inspect the lock that fastened the bed. but he was afraid that it might suddenly fly back and he would be ashamed tu call the porter again, Win n he started to undress, he realized that tin re was no room between the full-sized bed and the dour. He compressed his protruding abdomen to the p ,,,-.•. of pain, but he was quite sure that Inwas nut e, ing •,, play with the lock attain He had learned his lesson, and in 11 ture he would undress firsl and bring the bed down last. The piece de resistance w as ihi doi ir lock It was the quintessence of simplicity and a source ol He had heard the crooks times travel on the tra i • I although In had $500 in bills neatly folded in a pocket ol Ins belt, whicl strapped against his bare the feeling "I being locked in was reassuring : • ally, alter mastering all ea 'CONTINUED ON PAGE • NEW YEARS GREETINGS BUELL CLEANERS • 178 S. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 2-2744 (The Original Buell Cleaners) BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SIDNEY T.. SEGALL TO ALL WE EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS SAM'S SMOKE SHOP Ti I >ur Many Jewish Fri' i May the Ni •,.. Y, ar Bring You Al undant Happim Prosperity J. K. SHINN SEC MANUFACTRING CO. Ph. 2 5365 261 N. W. 22nd St. • TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS May The New Year Brinq You JOY, HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY REES MARSHALL CORAL GABLES INSURANCE CO. Phone 4-0123 2201 Ponce de Leon Blvd. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR G. M. DYKES IRON WORKS. INC. 69 N. W. Third Street Phone 2 5960 To Our Many Jewish Friends May The New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity FLAMINGO TRUCK LINES 35 N. W. 1st Avenue Phone 2-8484 I •-.. EEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 54 N. E 24th Street G^rriNCS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS GREEN-FEYE3-VANDERPOOL AGENCY, INC. General Insurance and Surety Bonds Biscayne Bldq. T DUO THERM SPACE HEATERS WITH POWER AIR Drives Heat Throuqh Every Room POWER-AIR SAVES UP TO 25% IN FUEL BILLS JOHNSON COAL & OIL CO. Phone 2-5707 N. E. 8th Street at Bay MR. AND MRS. ISAAC IOFFE EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY And particularly to the Officers, Board of Directors and Contributors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 2901 Ponce do Leon Blvd. PHONE 4.6165 T KIV.I MR. and MRS. %  RUBIN F EL;3ERC• Of the FRED MARTIN APARTMENTS 1608 Drexel Avenue Extend Their Best Wishi s for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Friends %  SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS GORDON ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Phone 2 8279 1515 N. Miami Avenue Miami. Fla. %  %  ERNEST M. LANIER AND ASSOCIATES til 2* EXTEND NEW YEAR WISHES TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES



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r* 7 -* e v l i FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 SAM BRODER f Jew #s#; Hor/kti&un PAGE FORTY-FIVE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4-41 Thtre was much loud and collective talking, but the convi rsation was dominated by the Moral Rearmament Movement. There was a meeting of the movement in Monterey, and the papers and the crowd were discussing it with fervor What nas this Moral Rearmament busWas it the preparation another war. queried Sam. 'Nol on your life, I si rved in ,m, ivar and that was enough for As much as he loved Amer%  : was ready for any sac.:i emergency, he swon hi \\ ould nevi r again live ll • trenches and be bitten And what did In gel for ::—a pair of gassed lungs! At this juncture, the thought flashed through his mind that if he af%  cted a funny cough, thi offici r sat a few tables away. reci ignize the I rand and ild pi issibly leave his gui i • me over to Sam's table t" ki ands with a veteran and • : ol thi American I 01 A Catholic priest sat two tali %  • waj fnim San. "Exi i mi Father." said Sam. "would von please explain to what this M' %  : %  .. Ri armament "Well," said the priest, "it is an extension of the Oxford Movement, originated by Dr. Frank Buchman of London, formerly a Lutheran minister m Philadelphia. It is another one of those fandangled movements •m the name of Religion. They use a great many slogans and catchy phrases to lure new adherents. They claim that moral rearmament is God's supreme offer for the redemption of a fallen Ken, ration, a sort of 'moral and spiritual rearmament.' It all sounds very well, but our Church recognizes only One divine leader. who has never been equalled or surpassed in the past two thousand years'' Win n Sam appeared sunn what befuddled, the priest reco-jd that he v. as not getting the idea at all. After a brii I pause, the priest said. -Look my in, r.d. religion, like good whiskey, must be taken straight." Tins Sam understood promptly. What is your religion sir'.'" "I am a Jew. Father." "Well. well, it's too had." said priest, "but continue to be a faithful Jew and a good Am, rii Tc My Many Friends—A Most Happy New Year ERNIE SEILER Seybold Building l ST WISHES F<'!; A HAPPY NEW YEAR SAM-BEN SERVICE STATION 122 Moridiin Avenue Ph. 5-9525—Miami Beach NEW YEAR GREETINGS %  J A R O N ABBOTT • Ingraham Building TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR KAUTZMANN-VERNET LUMBER CO. F. H. Kautzmann 201 N. W. 1st Court Phone 2-8481 100 Slate Highway Phone 4-4343 • TO OUR MANY FRIENDS • MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY KAHN & ALPERT. INC.. REAL ESTATE 925 Washington Avenue Phone 5-2979 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH PATRONS FOR A RELIABLE EXPERT DRY CLEANING SERVICE LAMONT LAUNDRY A COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE Drive In and Save 1111 Fifth Street MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Phone 5-1208 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR mOD€L auncLr d y CORAL GABLES — MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH can. and keep away from these half-baki d religions." The incident was a slight crack in the porcelain. Sam thanked the priest, and. by way of diversion, he look, ri up to the sky. where two colorful Japanese kites and a large airplane flew gracefully overhead Sam had never had an experience like this. It was decidedly the most memorable event of Ins life: To think that an immigrant from Poland, a cheap real estate broker from the Middle West, could he privileged to partake m such a feast under such glorious setting was more than he ver expect, d He recalled the recent outdoor luncheon given by the President of the United States for the Kins of England, He couldn't conceive a luncheon in Hyde Park that surpassed the Del Monte luncheon Indeed. thi n could not have been hotter catering, no hotter food, nor a more picturesque setting To he sure, there were more dignitaries at that luncheon the NEW YEAR GREETINGS 1 AMERICAN FINANCE CORPORATION A. C. COURIC 807 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-3326 I NEW YEAR GREETINGS | I I V MR. and MRS. JOSEPH R. STEIN And Family NEW YEARS GREETINGS SOUTHERN COLD STORAGE CO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cold Storage Facilities Fruits Vegetables Produce Seeds—Seaboard Trackage 1701 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 3-1219 MR. AND MRS. LEO AXL RO D AND FAMILY •ii Extend a Most HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Friends And Relatives President of the United States and the King of England. At Del Monte there were also distinguished people. Well, even if his presence spoiled the settiny a bit, he was comforted by the fact that nothing in life is quite perfect and .veil diamonds have flaws and the purest gold has some alloy in it. After all, he was an American, He had his citizenship papers trained: he served in the Great War: he was never convicted of a crime, and he helps his downtrodden relatives m Poland. Why wasn't he entitled to live and rub elbows with the best people in this country? "Beinn an American is something to be proud of. anyhow!" Even if the King was absent from the Del Monte party, he felt, as immodestly as it may sound, that he was the American King for a day, To be a free man in a tree land, to do as you please, talk as you please, and buy what you wish with an honestly earned American dollar, is a privilege that even a kn^ would envy. j New Year Greetings . II ... v.. i \ I'.I'N'I > VN'T II \ I'I'INKSS I'lmSI-KKITY C L. R0LLI\S ROLLINS GARAGE Phore 2 244? "46 N W. 5th St. j To My Many Friends— A j i Most Joyous New Year j I. A. BECHARD j Biscayne Building NEW YEAR GREETINGS J M BLOW TITLE CO. Sun,300 Seybold Bide PHONE 2-6182 A la carte at all hours THE BOAT RESTAURANT 39 N. E. First Avenue OPEN ALL NIGHT May the New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity BROWN DERBY BARBECUE Ph. 4-9367 3058 Coral Way SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH SAXON CIGARETTE SERVICE 3898 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 7.6677 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR Gardner's Atlantic Sundries 1443 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 5-9325 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA i • • BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DEIGAARD & PRESTON BUILDERS. INC. 264 Giralda Avenue Phone 4-4014 Coral Gables BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. B. SILVEHMAN COCONUT GROVE FISH CO. Locally Cauqht Fish 2850 South Bayshore Drive Phone 4-SIJT4 Ml.,*! >L* • HAPPINESS. JOY. AND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS ATLANTIC SHEET METAL & ROOFING CO. 5400 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 7-7221 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR COLLINS CONTRACTING CO. 3163 S. W. 21st St. Phone 4-4737 NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS GEO. E BUNNELL CONTRACTOR Inc. 79 N. E. 20th Terrace 585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 3-7488 Phone 7-2876



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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT *• Jewish fkrkHan FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 T TO BUOY UP FAITH by RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP Orlando. Florida 5701 — Rosh Hashanah — The Jewish Now Year, roads my brand now Hebrew-English luach which lies before me. Judging from the daily newspapers and radio reports, and the thoughts of what may face humanity during the coming year, it is with a rather heavy heart that one wishes "A Happy New Year" to his loved ones and friends. Bui even in these burdensome days, a Jew can draw on so much from his long and checquered history to buoy his taith. Many dark and disillusioning page s BO recorded in the Book of Life of our ancient people and yet we are living witnesses that the Jewish people have weathered ev ry storm. It is, of course, tragically true that no storm heretofore has been as worldwide or continuous but somehow we managed to survive. Jeremiah, the great religious thinker of his day cried out in anguish. "Why is the way of the wicked prosperous? Why are all faith. '.ess people at ease? Thou hast planted the. wherefore they take root, thrive, even bear fruit." In the darkest periods of Jewish history there always have arisen unusual personal i. ties who had fervent beliefs that the forces of evil in the world must eventually wear themselves out. Isaiah predicted that lustful Assyria would "bleed itself to death" after its manyconquests and bloody attacks on weaker nations and peoples. Men have ever arisen in creary years. possessed of a courageous opBest Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY Shoreland Arcade PHONE 2.4033 %  •• %  KW.I*. -wft't'r SID H. PALMER President of Palmer's "MIAMI'S FINEST FAMILY SHOE STORE" Extends to His Many Friends and Customers .?est Vyishes For A HAPPY 'y and %  •* PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ::-:-, nsitt ":v^ PALMERS Are Exclusive Agents in Miami for America's Best Known Shoes for Men. Women i and Children RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP timism, who succeeded in arousing hope and vision in people's hearts. Whence came this strong and uplifting faith? How can !) % %  > • .• %  I j May The New Year Bring You HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY PARAMOUNT PASTRY SHOPS 42 N. E. 1st Street 445 Washinaton Avei.ue. I Miami Beach NEW STORE 36th St. and 17th Ave. N.W. 4*. • To My Many Jewish Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR FRED A. KOENIG PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY Ph. 2-7641 2G0 S. W. 6th St. NEW YEAR GREETINGS •B NEW YORK MEAT MARKET 619 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH — i one see light when there is absolute blackout everywhere? Unless our Jewish history is packed full of deliberate false. hoods and stupid streams, there must be a deep reservoir from which to draw faith and ardent hope for Rosh Hashanah 5701. Modern tyrants are really only outwardly strong. The cancer of moral and political decay is destined to manifest itself. The great Biblical teacher HabakkuK gives us a clue to the source of this faith, "The righteous man liveth by his faith." Men. convinced that the moral and righteous will triumpn nave a basis for faith. But who is the righteous man. Brutal rulers of our day are convinced that they are the righteous ones. But Civilized men see and understand that a heartless murderer whose Victim lies dead before him. can cry "I am innocent" as loud as he wishes, yet he will not be believed. Dr. Moses Buttenweiser. author of the "Faith and Message of the Phophets," states. "We cannot get away from faith when we talk of the prophets. It is the cornerstone ol tneir religion. It explains their attitudes to their contemporaries and their hope for the future. From their contemporaries they look for no re. E NEW YEAR GREETINGS In Roofing QUALITY IS ECONOMY ROOFED sponse. They well know that they were preaching to deaf ears, and that for their own age their words were bound to be ineffectual, but they never doubted the ultimate efficacy of their labors, never wavered in their hope for the future. They did not lose hope. Beyond the tragedy of the present they saw the promise of the future. By reason of the conviction that there is something divine inherent m man the prophets could not but be swayed by the hope that the process of history would end in the ultimate triumph of good over evil." There are millions of human beings in our world these days and among tin m are thousands of Jews, who have suffered so much and have experienced so pi rsonally, hunger, homelessness, loss of children and loved ones. that their spirits are whipped anl almost lifeless. But luckily for us in America, and especially we Jews, our spirits and energies to do and live the right arc fresh our memories of ancient prayers which gave hope and courage to many forefathers through the centuries. Let us attend our services anxious to rehear the ancient and impressive chants of our singers and choirs. A better world must come. Human society must eventually regenerate itself and rebuild anew. May this Rosh Hashanah af. ford every Jew in the land the precious opportunity to drink deeply from the res. rvoir of our heritagi—a rich vintage of poetry, hymns, philosophy, words of wisdom and hope and courage* Let us cry to a war-weary world that no matter how many others lose faith in the future. the Jew will hold strong m hope (CONTINUED ON PAGE 39) j GREETINGS FOR A j HAPPY NEW YEAR Herman Wall I I jfi li Mr. and Mrs. MORRIS RAUBFOGEL of the LEE PHARMACY 761 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Extend New Year Greetings To All Their Friends GREETINGS Your Patronage Appreciated LEWIS WHINERY WOODYARD & TIRE SHOP Service with a Smile 169 N. W. 20th St.. Ph. 2-7272 SHEET METAL£.ROOFING CO. means a dependable roof at an economical price : '"' % %  %  —rfrtiMMWiiiHwi n It Is a Pleasure to Extend A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS J N. P. "NEIGHBOR" i LOWRY A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Our Friends And Patrons AL PFLEUGER TAXIDERMIST Phone 2-1424 1367 N. Miami Avenue I i i i i— NEW YEAR GREETINGS JOHN B. ORR. Inc. Building Construction Quarry Keystone PHONE 2-4159 25 N. E. 20th Street IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS E. A. RUNYON AND ASSOCIATES CONSOLIDATED REFRIGERATION CO. 8 S. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-3764 Sundays and Holidays Call 4-7970 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. L. HARRIS Real Estate Service SALES. APPRAISALS ANALYSIS 750 Ingraham Building PHONE 2-1769 A HAPPY NEW YEAR—WELL BE SEEIN YOU AT VICK S BAR AIR CONDITIONED 35 N. E. 2nd Avonue Miami Florida Our G. H. Q. —Make It Yours WARD MINCER THURBER MINCER %  M BEST WISHES I*. for a HAPPY NEW YEAR HENRY KELLY CO. INC. 150 N. E. Seventh St. MIAMI. FLORIDA .%  ... .,,—| mgqm | %  %  ; %  %  G. W. TRLPP and Anociatef of the TRIPP CONTRACTING CO. 190 N. W 36th Street Phone 3-7630 Extend Sincere Greetings for A HAPPY NEW YEAR A Happy Healthful and Prosperous w NEW YEAR *' TO Our Many Jewish Friends and Pdtrons PEOPLE$^^|^€OMPANY 1462 WASHINGTON AVE. 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PAGE FIFTY *Jew isti norkUau) FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 OHEV SHOLOM SYNAGOGUE. ORLANDO. FLORIDA interior and Exterior Views of Orlando's Beautiful Synagogue. Rabbi M. Skop is its Spiritual Head and Mr. B. J. Cohen is President of the Congregation TABLE TALK HABONOTH GROUP ENTERS FOURTH YEAR Thi Miami Chapter of Habonoth is entering us fourth year ol activities in Miami. This orzation takes us motto from the translation of the Hebrew Habonoth, feminine build, rs The Habonoth movement attempts to Imild the charactci and personality of Jewish wornenhood The Miami Chapter is ( .1 part ol the national movement Bruce Barton (Rep, N Y which was fostered by the WomPOLL "Two additional facts of interest were developed. A special mailing was sent to voters with Jewish names. The returns did not vary l*"! from the general averages This would seem to dispose effectively of the myth that there is a solid Jewish vote which will no to Roosevelt. There is no Jewish vote. Jews, like Catholics and Protestants, vote as Americans, not as members HIS Branch of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was the first sisterhood in this area to belong to the Women's Branch and thus the Habonoth movement m Greater Miami was horn, due to the efforts of Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner. From a small beginning the group has grown in achievements and prestige Among the varied activities of character building thi' girls Learned the meaning ol Torah true Judaism through practice and the results are indicated by the fact that several of the original members of Habonoth now teach Sunday School in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congiegation. A highlight of the Habonoth. career was the donation Ol a Safer Torah to the Synagogue SAVAGERY "The Na/.i creed is a rotten creed. They talk of a new ordei in Europe, but there is nothing new about Nazism It is a r< VI rBion to the primitive principles of savage tribes They worship the swastika, which means nothing. They believe war is better than peace and they wish to make all other nations thenslaves '—Alfred Duff Cooper. HAPPY NEW YEAR WONT YOU HAV A TAMPA CIGAR? I Central Cigar & Tobacco Co. j —Happy New Year To Al!— y HOME ICE COMPANY 1900 Kuhl Ave. Phone 8270 ORLANDO. FLORIDA Winter Park—Phone 91 B. J. COHEN Greetings and Best Wishes For A Happy New Year HARRY'S RESTAURANT Orlando, Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH C. W. JOHNSON & SON Termite Exterminating 1627 E. Concord Ave. Phone 5720. Orlando. Fla. I ^ J r f May the New Year Bring Abundant Happiness and Prosperity WALLACE NEON DISPLAY Factory at Pine Castle P. O. Box 463 ORLANDO. FLA. d ... ... NEW YEAR GREETINGS ORLANDO FARM EQUIPMENT STORE 710 W. Robinson, Orlando. Fla. 1 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS MILLS & NEBRASKA CENTRAL FLORIDA LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. ORLANDO i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS I>.?!MAIL IHXI I I 411 W. Central Orlando. Fla. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY 49 W. Concord Orlando. Florida I r HAPPY NEW YEAR i T HAPPY NEW YEAR I BURKES TROPICAL j PAINT CO. 1638 W. Robinson Ave. Ph. 6841 I I j Orlando. Florida | HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS i i •i j THOMAS LUMBER CO. L 231 W. Gore Avenue PHONE 4107 Orlando. Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR | I ACME CLEANERS j 135 E. Church. Orlando. Fla. %  — ...._ ... —.___._.. %  New Year Greetings GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION | More People Ride on Goodyear I j Tires Than Any Other Kind j 1300 N Orange Phone Orlando. Fla. CHAPMAN DAIRY Phone County 1931J1 Route 4 Orlando. Fla. NEW YEAR GREETINGS BULLS EYE BEVERAGES New Yorker. Town Hall Esquire PHONE 3272 Orlando Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR To My Many Jewish Patrons LIBBY FREEMAN Plumbing-Heating-Well Drilling 711 W. Church Orlando, Fla. ABSTRACTS AND TITLE INSURANCE We PHOTOSTATIC COPY I SERVICE I I • 41131 New Year Greetings FRED G. TEDGER. Agent AMERICAN OIL CO. (641 W. Robinson. Orlando. Fla. • use a photostat copy of plat of caption property n every abstract of title prepared by us. We are s^ssycSV c omple,e set of Land F D E L I TY TITLE and GUARANTY CO WM. BEARDALL H I WII DFR President H £ WILDER 60 N C FIDELITY BUILDI *G ^ 60 N. Court St ORLANDO Phone 4131 I )



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 -3 SLAVERY FOH JEWS IF NAZIS WIN i D N. w York (WNS)—Lord M irley, deputy speak T of the British House "I Lords, declared that •there would be no future for the .lews anywhere in ihis svorld" if Hitler were to defeat Greal Britain, at a public discussion oi current issu s under the sponsorship of the Jew .in Association. Nazi victory ovi r (!ri il Bi ilain would m< an, as far a Jew ir %  %  •'mcern d mas \ lav, rj and 'I gradati< %  .-•. v i ival ion of all < ivil righls, confiscation of properly and ini omes, and unhi ard oi torture and suffi i ing," Lord Marli y said. The very suggestion of this," he i ontinm d, "has caused I in MacDonald to suggest thai there maj be a problem of ten to twenty million refugees, which wou include all of almost all ol Jew i in Europe The expres d determination of Hitler to extend conquest from England to Am rica, and the widespread activities of the Nazis in South Ami rica and the United Stairs preparation for this, indicate the seriousness of the threat." fJenisti HOT 'id/Ham PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN "But Britain is determin. d not ; feat, d," Lord Marl, y continued, "and will n .1 be, with Hi %  courage of our people, the r the British ;' : • alth, and the help in lirP lan war mat rials of ihe L'ni'.i d Stati s." Th British nobleman said th it i; '"ay be that some ind pend' "' •' l( rriti ry will be d % %  yplopi d, and this will need ol > ,,: ; ""l unbiasi d < xamin i: "' :i %  "•' • % % %  e live in a %  ansiti. n pi rod. which may be ol long duration, and we n immi diate problem of ;. igee." Fr da Kin hwi y, editor of Thi Nati red that "sn I rism will not s >cure decent 1 i .veen .1 >ws an I : community; il will ssible conditi lecent r A positive job will lin to I e done." :; ..us,the fact we must anti s mitism in i s %  *tr me forms is a by-product of social instability, i I pi r y mil ontent, and of the reaction : Is like a disease in althy sue:,,] tissue The fulure ol the Jew m America depends, first, on a d feat ol Hitlerism whi rover and howevi r it appi ars; but, second, it depends on a defeat of unemployment and class privilege in our social life In his op ning remarks, Isaac Rosengarten, editor of the Jewish Korum. said that "the true Jew will alwaj prefci spii weapons in his battle for life Hence for the Jews to ci ntimic to survive, it is essential that they provide I etter opportunities for the (ducationand chiefly self-education—of their a li %  'cent and adult youth." I >thers participating in the forum w. re Prof William 11 Kilpatrick ol Teachers' C Prof. Sale w Baron, of Columbia University, and Judge Morris Roth. nb rg, former president of the Zionist Organization of Ami ric i. ANTI-SEMITISM SWEEPS OVER SPAIN WITH AXIS I.is! en (\v\'s Spain's formal alliance with the Berlin-RomeTokio Axis has resulted in a new anti-Semitic campaign throughout Spain, instigated by den Franco's own Fascist Party! it was reported here Now that the myth of Spanish neutrality in the present European conflict has been exploded the government is relaxing its curbs on th %  more extreme elements of the Falangist Party Hitherto. Gen Franco had kept the Falangists under control for *i % %  oi the impression anti Semitism would make in the i and <-lsi where, The lati %  • and by the F i cisl party is that th govci repi al all 1 gislation, ad while Spam •.. public, prothe right • irities. No att< mpts are ma n sh pr< ss or radio to coi the fact that thi and is aimed at Spa:' Ji a populate m JEWS TO BE EXPELLED FROM ALBANIA—DUCE 11 m va WNS)—Italy lias r d> red its puppi I governmi I Albania to expel the Jewish illation within the next few months, it was learned here Then are approximately 150 h lamih s now in All The Jews ol the tiny It cupied Albania, it was understood, are applying for visas to 1 ;: %  and Yugoslavia FAIR EXHIBIT IS PLACED DM SALE JEWS BARRED FROM TRADING IN BOHEMIA London (WNS)—All Jews ( ngaged in commerce in the province's of Bohemia and Mora via will !)• barred from their posts after October 1. when the provinces will be absorbed into the Third Reich, according to a radio report from Prague. x Yi rk WNS Hundreds : cxl il its contained in •>; •' %  ish Palostin Pavilion at Fair, i xi mpli \ an %  ; industrial and cultural achi. v< ments ol the Jewish community ol the Hoe. Land, havi P ,a( %  'i n sale, it was am M' > %  W Wi ; ,:. %  which inclu i j of the regular o: • i; well as the paintings, draw inj ings and sculp;,,; the Pavilion's Art Uai!. • 1 %  tinue until the ciosi ol the Fair on (vtor 2 The procei ds of th. sal %  i works will go to 1 ian artists who en. Mr Weisgal ized i n the r. -.; of th < \hibit mati rial will %  • support the work of bi in w homeland in Palostin • I refugees from persecution. While the xhtbils in th Pal estine Pavilion had ori i been sent to this country for I duration of the Fair only, tho war-ume closing o| th Mo literranean has ma |o their return I i thi Holy Land impos sil.l.. at tins time. Mr. and Mrs. George Adler and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and M rs R. R. 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PAGE TWENTY-TWO vJenist fhrndiiiiiin FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 > PALESTINE CARRIES ON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 19) ish Homeland, industry has had an ever-increasing influence in developing the absorptive capacity of the land. The first :mpact of the war snook its industrial and commercial life to its foundations. But these disruptions have stimulated the in' find the new ways for a better life. Today, all their uncertainties have been resolved by the simple formula of returning to the soil as pioneers in Palestine As tillers of the soil, they recover an appreciation of the value and meaning of creation: the significance of life. As refugees finding themselves back again in their own home, they know and cherish the value of a homeland. They are prepared to defend that Homeland to the last which makes their sacrifice NEW INDUSTRIES ESTABLISHED IN PALESTINE The doting of ihe Mediterranean to normal shipping lia neeetillated %  readjustment of llir economic llrurture of the Jr\i>li community in 1'alrMinr. Many new indiuiriei luxe been established to provide for ihe needs of Near r.ai-iern countries, resulting in an expansion of Industrial activity. Among the new industries is the manufacture of pharmaceutical products which ha\e alnradv found large market* in £g>pt and Ssria. With the cooperation of the I nitert Palestine Appeal. Palestine industry has been enabled to meet ihe economic recession created by the war. American Jews are contributing to the continued rebuilding and development of the Jewish National Home through the United Jewish Appeal for Refugee:, and Overseas Needs of which the United Palestine Appeal. Joint Distribution Committee and National Refugee Service are the constituent agencies. troduction of a variety oi new industries which have made Palestine the focal point of increased trade with the entire Near East. The resilience of the Jewish spirit in Palestine is due largely to the fact that its lite is rooted in the soil. Young refugees have been torn by conflicts of the spirit, induced by antiSemitic oppression under the Nazi regime Their view of life has been disturbed, disorganized, and they have been groping 10 MATTRESS RENOVATORS "We Are as Near You As Your Telephone" FLAGLER Mattress Co. 2318 WEST FLAGLER ST. PHONE 4-4088 ennobling and worth while. It is this spirit whi"h animates the Jews in Palestine today, wich imbues thtm with the will to be the masters of their own destiny, as a free people at leas) in that limited territory which is known as the promised land. 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!T^ PAGE FIFTY-TWO *Jenist> fteridKann FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 J IN THE EUROPEAN VOLCANO bv MORRIS C. TROPER ** care and sheltering work. I Since my return from Lisbon I in July, many people have asked I me whether the American Red truss is not doing the same work as the J. D. CWith S/O.OOO.OOl) Ol privately collected and governmental funds at the disposal ot the American Ked C ross for iCONTINL'ED FROM PAGE 47) ., nr l .. h-.lf mil],,in Tauic in r..r> ir i ana .1 nan minion Jtus in conn,.n-seetarian relict work in warvice—autos too dilapidated to be tinental Europe who have been stricken Europe, it is perhaps requisitioned py the government, brought under Nazi rule as the natural for casual observers to old trucks, bicycles, pushcarts, result of German invasion. They assume that Jewish sufferers will be cared for in the general course of Red Cross relief activity. While it is true that the Red Cross makes no discrimination in its beneiciarios. such a Those who were less fortunate had to march on toot. The journey, ordinarily five or six hours in duration, lasted three days and nights. Whi n we arrived in in Bordeaux we found a J. D. C. office in full operation. A Steady stream of refugees poured into the city from Northern France. We were called upon to help bring together families that had been separated, to provide lodging and food to the homeless and the weary. The hotels were overcrowded, many slept in their have not been cut off from our help. On the contrary, they require far greater assistance today than ever before. Not only must we provide them with mergency relief, child care, medical assistance and clothing, but we must continue to enable conclusion loses sight of the traditionally special status of the Jews of Europe, their arbitrary Mediterranean was closed to normal shipping as the result of Italy's entry into the war. a new channel for emigration was eshat might tablished Refug ees now travel through Russia, across Siberia. to find new homes in other part.segregation and the particular of the world. I cannot stress too disabilities which have been imStrongly that the emigration of p USl a upon them as Jews. It ovJews from Europe has not been erlooks the fact that in France, halted by the war. When the Belgium and Holland for insuddenly happen in the night. Th yield to despair, but we kept right on working. It was not only the material help that we gave that 1 d .%  ime oi these dis:: • SSed people. we were on the tin m was in itself a great moral encouragement. We did every: ing pi ssible to render emerrelief in France, as well as : continue our other activities throughout the world, until we wen ordered by tin embassy to ., Franci Again the staff of the J. D. C. found itself upBut at the very moment that we were dismantling our temporary headquarters in Bordeaux and transferring our ofStance. Jewish refugees have be< n interned m camps and are not free to move about, to earn a livelihood, or to return to their residence; indeed, that over 500,000 native French, Belgian and down to Japan and then across Dutch Jews are today being rathe Pacific to San Francisco or plc Uy brought to the sad level South American ports. Those who an' bound lor Palestine use the overland route through Turkey Despite the many changes and complications, the J. I) C. has been able to adhere rigidly to its |fellow Polish citizens, but in adThe fact that principle ol bringing aid to the spot to befriend needy Jews m c'.i rman territorof their German, Austrian. Polish or Czechoslovakia!! co-ivligionists. It does not take into consideration the tact that 1.250.1 no Jews m Poland not only share the war burden with their 'dition are victims of specifically to Lisbon, the life-saving and the life-rebuilding work of companies tin J D. C. was gi ing forward Germany. unimpaired in fifty countries throughout the world—in Poland, in Rumania, in Hungary, Italy. Lithuania. Greater Germany. South and Central America, in Shanghai, in the Philippines That work is still gomg on today and will go on as tained through transfer provide long as the J. D. C. continues to our relief committees in receive the support of American with the necessary resources Jewry through the United Jew]continue their vitally ish Appeal for Refugees and Ovfeeding, relief, medical aid. child ies without benefiting the German economy. Ever since 1933 we have had a financial transfer arrangement w In reby German Jews ami German Jewish communities put up. in marks, certain sums to bo used lor soup kitchens, feeding and other services which we wished lo render in Germany. We. in turn, pay out m dollars the amounts in I ii, ii lor the transportation of emigrants from Germany We pay these dollars to steamship in countries outside In this way. we are enabled to continue our emergency feeding and other programs in German-controlled territories without sending American dollars in. A variant of this same arrangement applies to our work m Poland The zlotys obPoland to needed Happy New Year Greetings J. S. JONES THE TEXAS COMPANY 1239 Atlanta Ave. Ph. 5631 Orlando. Florida NEW YEAR GREETINGS FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ORLANDO CURRENT DIVIDEND AT RATE OF 4* ACCOUNTS INSURED Uo to S5.000.00 for Each Account Accounts by Mail Solicited Fro. 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FLORIDA I j Greetings and Best Wishes THE FOUNTAIN 24 E. Washington Street j PHONE 4301 Orlando. Florida lan'i-Scmitc pcrsccu'i ns and disabilities. Apart from the conquered territories, there remain special Jewish problems in countries like Rumania. Hungary, Switzerland. Italy. Yugoslavia, etc. These do not fall within the scope of Red Cross or other general war relief work. AntiSemitic discriminations, numerus Clausi and persecutions in these countries have reduced the Jews to a state of destitution and servitude: their only hope for continued existence lies in the aid brought to them by the J. D. C. Nor does the American Red Cross operate in Germany. Austria or former Czechoslovak! i. where 400.000 Jews, brought to their knees bv sustained I'limpai; .".' of hatred and v.t::'.i...-:.Aj %  find their sole ray of hope in the thought that, with the aid of J. D. C. they, or. at least their children, may be able to escape to lands of freedom. It goes without saying that emigration aid, one of the J I) C s most significant functions, is totally outside the scope of Red Cross activity. The J. D. C. has in Europe today a stall of competent Ameri(CONTINUED ON PAGE 56) NEW YEAR GREETINGS l i< "' BEST WISHES FOR A § I HAPPY NEW YEAR | I. O. YOUTSEY Contractor of Plaster and Sti eco I 520 Brookhaven Drive PHONE 5872 ORLANDO. FLORIDA KIEHL & STEVENS. INC. DESIGNERS BUILDERS ORLANDO. FLORIDA JHAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGSJ May th c New Year Bring Vou Abu ndant Happ mess and Prosperi ty GREENTREE SODA 371 N. Orange Avenue Phone 4781 — Orl.in do. Flori la TUTHILL'S MARKET i 470 N. Orange Phone 6'89 ORLANDO. FLORIDA PURCELL CLOTHING AND FURNITURE CO. W I n.li). Kli We Clothe the Fam.ly We Furnish the Home GREETINGS C C P E R R Y Refrrrjer.-it ion Service Corp. R I'rneratmn Maintenance Servel and Norge Dealers Methel and Sulphur Machine Repans 33 Llkeview Ave —Phone 8460 ORLANDO. FLORIDA %  .... 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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 "• Jewisl Fkridfi mr PAGE NINE !i Ci Youth In The Jewish Community by MAURICE GROSSMAN | Executive Director. Young Men's Hi row A I • and Affiliated Acti\ it i II is of great importance that we consider Youth in a Jewisn Community from a standpoint of what the young people expect from the leaders of the community because Youth in itself contributes greatly toward the Jewish Community, and toward the establishment of a program. In the second place, Youth itself is an integral part of the community and we who work in their behalf must take cognizance of their problems. For ;he past few years we have tried to coordinate the various youth programs in the Y. M. H. A., and we feel that we have met with a qreat measure of success. This was due mostly to the fact try to meet the prob-0 our youth with • lersranding. Wi '.. %  real w what th< from ihe comniiinitj ,-., ur probl -m I %  ich more sin loes Youth ••• %  it %  I in utir i | I %  .. i • i ..•! ii-.d ,, %  %  healthful. %  i %  .: • envirji it rtunitv t • %  _. %  ... I %  .. .' iVIfP'S %  mity to express iur opinion, quite I :: wants re • ti rs 1 past we ol the general ecause of get v. iKhti ns and bei aus • ol out '. ii economic worri ha\ • i the probl, ins thai onfront us in our own community. %  i time that we think just received a dailj liversified proa little bit of our own children gram in ,., r y conceivable suband help them, as best we cai t—that is the movement that so that when their time comes A ,,,,. asking you to support. MAURICE GROSSMAN to lake over the reins of leadership that they will be properly prepared to do Hi .. can we di i that? The an— simple—by supporting %  Communitj Center, the V M H A in Miami Tins j a "to n hall" : • immunity. It is n ed • to review my rea statement Al • • m ai l again in T n >i lian and in thi P r -I the marvelous work we in behalf of Youtl Cultural, Social and Ath%  grams; of our II • where over ion childn n Th. V M H. A does provide Ii :.: iti ly wholesome, all inclusivi %  i recreational S %  dly it further a program for thi ii i health • ical welI'ai ol • he individual member This is lorn hruugh the varied TI %  :. thi "Y" 1 ii i gram which afpari in thr san ai ppoi n talent nd abilitu • V M 11 A rtunitv in his respi group work and •n his -i II ml contacts that he as .i result of mini :. men an I the ] : in thi called grou ler that I %  • and • nol nly i I V M Ii A but to all I nal i irganizai hich an iati d or carry on the work that we do. This furnishi s : .r the youth a I betlei rtunity t ggei and I %  I %  : things. There are many othi r w aj which the various organizations m the citj help to the • Y" in thi •• nsi that w mayhave a central source iron, which all activities irmation : thereto i In thi r then was a ussion about the : lion of •' J> visl Community Council in T Ji t Mr Stanley C My. rs. pi t ol Federal rt. bin Mark Twain's ,-eathei friend everybi • ks about it Thi pur: a Ji %  .'. C initj Ii Cent hich will %  rid to i not a nd-i • [n thi '' "• i I Mian today, unfortun'tclj n .. %  \ Ji wish i >rg nizai I intentions, fi time to time tend to speak for the Jewish Community. This has creati ension although the irganization and its offici rs had the highest motives and ideals A Jewish Community Council would be composed of every Jewish organization in Miami. |each of which would maintain its full economy hut as a unit will speak for the Jewish Community For the coming year we should strive to organize such a council. Lastly, but very important, let us continue supporting tile Y M H A and its affiliates. Let us maki ffort to give all the young people :: mmunity i del inite place in the i.. I VI rnment ol a Jewish Center so that > their participating in it. they will be taught tincorrect prin%  iples o) leadership In order that %  J rnay be able to carry on the extensive program that we have t foi rsi Ives A HAPPY NEW YEAR CORRIGAN. MILLER & COMPANY Incorporated FLORIDA MUNICIPAL BONDS duPont Building Telephone 3-2137 MIAMI. FLORIDA K&fcij 1 R PC 1 I) \ I R t A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR vDOMESTIC DEFRIGERATION CO., Inc. DISTRIBUTORS 134 N. W. Third Avenue Miami. Florida Telephone 3-2128 • i | "Miami's Most Beautiful B.^r" America's Famouf Beers en Draught | I TURF EXCHANGE BAR | Where All Good Snorts Meet THE BEST BEERS IN TOWN ANHEUSER-BUSCH MICHELOB 279 East Flagler St. (ODD. Cor. Elks Club) Phone 2 8944 I A HAPPY NEW YEAR BARNETT OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 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PAGE SIXTY-TWO +Jewl$l> FhrkMan FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 FOR A THOUSAND YEARS TO GOME (CONTINUED FROM PACE 59) Column hides in their ranks. But the Fifth Column is not in hiding, here in America, any more than in Norway, where Quisling Stood at it> head, or in Holland. with Adrian Mussert, or in Finland, where Mosley headed the cohorts of division, it blares in your face MI the radio every day of the week. It spews forth its poison by tin' ton. h hami away with interruption and without interference. It has taken up us position, and pumps the germs of dissension, disaffection, disloyalty and subversion not into the hearts of aliens—no. into the minds and souls ol nativi i %  ns. Not so %  pi took tiio form of a whispi ring campaign that the Jew trying l< \ war Now more su ans are i mpli ivi d ti • eakt n An ca's national preparedness, to lull Ami rica to sleep as Bril and Franco by other devices. Now it would be distortion of the truth if I did not say with all conviction at my command that even as Britain and Fr u awak, n< d one day to see the armored monster ready for 1 :i. kill. America will face the same gruesome menace. For Germany plans the conquest of America once she has Europe securely under her thumb. There is no perhaps or maybe about this This is not a question of opinion, of surmise, or conjecture. When the soldiers in Hitler's assault cars, rumbling into the a European capitals of Prague and Warsaw. Oslo, Amsterdam and Brussels, >anu lustily: "H utc gehoi rt uns Europa und n die ganze Welt"—today Europe is ours, and tomorrow the whole world—that was no mere soldiers' di y inspired by a momentai y i saltation over vict Tin s • d -he funda lion and sher, u ti rmii Germany's %  ers ami bi tstci r ists. phili soph rs ral staff. Iron. f Ot1 von Bi narck to th t< r day i of A Hitler. T : %  t:.. i rri %  whole wo, For more than half a century the Western hi mis I igI in tin ans of the B i h tafl as the final and objective of Germany's march to -A I I •'. r It is hi r -. •.in. nt. that tl master stral gists and long-range economic planners not only foresee bait actually intend to wage the final battle for the master) of the world. In their calculations the Republic of the United States of America appears as die last and supreme enemy to bl crushed bi fore the "World Empire of Germans" can begin to fulfill its roll' and destiny as the unchallenged ami unchallengable mistress of the universe "for a thousand y ars to come DENIES H Did % % %  ill 11 IIHGUIIE N. v, York (WNS Cl and ci • harges i %  ; the magazine Fi daj in a scries v i i Merchants of ai which H is a I thai • rful An.i : n ar %  NEW YEAR GREETINGS PHILLIP HEAD, Inc. INSURANCE 123 N. E. 1st Street MR. AND MRS. ERNIE WOOLFE AND FAMILY w sh All Their Relatives and Fr (ends a H.ippy New Ve.iij A H.ippv New Year to Our Many • I Jewish Friends .ind Customers I BEACH LIGHTING & \ FIXTURE CO. 'Phone 3-6 19 T '255 D.ide Qlvd. WF EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR F. H. STREIFERT AND ASSOCIATES MIAMI TYPESETTING CO. NEW YEAR GREETINGS 22 N. W. 1st Avenue Phon2-5935 %  %  %  B -,-n*-i • -. TO OUR MANY FRIEIIDSS We Take This Opportunity to Wish You Happiness Throughout the Year THE FRIENDLY HIPPODROME "RIP" WEINKLE CHILI JACK Miami's (irli il M il,. • %  • REAL MEXICAN DISHES GENUINE MEXICAN CHILI CON CARNE—HOT TAMALES ENCHILADAS PHONE 2.9835 1032 Biscayne Boulev e • FRANKLIN HOTEL Louis Lchrman. Manager 860 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Kuhn. The Ford spokesman denied also that there existed Anglo-Saxon Society Station' Daniel S. Gillmi r, editor Friday and son of Horatio Gillmer, retired Hear Adn I* S. N countered: "The source of this pal stati men) is one which we sider highly reliable. Cai :s trying to >. ron does no| wrote tl.e anti-Semitic "Was .1, si:.a Jew 11 deny thai h • has long h.. executive of the anti-Sen.:': .\glo-Saxon Ft di ration i'. m rim speaks of The groati I : rgery ver %  r.ili cl is the on,he I Iped spread througl his A %  deration, the : • Elders of Z NEW YEAR GREETINGS Flagier Paint-Glass Stcro Official Distributors of A. C. HORN CO. Taint and Waterproofing ,fi,'Aft FH. A. Loans for % TiAltK Alterations and Improvements. No Down P.-yrnnt — 3C Months to Pay: Floor Sandinq Machines Rented S. KAHN Flagler Paint-Glass Store 1741 W. Flakier St.. Ph. 3-8924 T • ... %  % % %  !•.i mm i •. %  THE RABBI, CANTOR. BOARDS OF DIRECTORS AND j EXECUTIVE STAFF OF BETH DAVID CONGREGATION EXTENDS TO ALL MEMBERS AND FRIENDS BEST WISHES For a Happy and Prosperous N E W Y E A R SINCERE WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CONKLE & COMPANY BAR EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES HEADQUARTERS 511 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-5746 PLANT CONKLE WRONKE CO. STORE AND R^R FIXTURES 545 N. W. 22nd Street AETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Wishes All Its Clients and Friends A Happy and Pros] Nt w Year Charles I. Mann Anencv Sam Seitlin 303 First Federal BuildinPhone 2031? It is our wish for everyone that the New Year will be a continuance of health, happiness and prosperity—and a restoration of peace and brotherhood for those unfortunately livina in the warrina areas. ;



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PAGE FORTY-EIGHT fJenisti fk>riidliicjiin FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 We Meet The Challenge OUR ANSWER TO THE CALL OF THE TIMES by HENRY MONSKY President of B'nai B'rith Hounding •' hlnh note of lM ,i i.uih. Mr. Moimky, In his i;,.sh Himhunnh IIK-MNIBI.to tn .1, of \in' li i outllneii .i i'i" K ruin for nil AmeiUaiiK to meet the elmllenise I hill faeex .1:1 who lielieve in Mi.' Ameilesill %  <> > n1:.! %  litical theories without potential danger to America. But now that these alien philosophies and their advocates have come out of hiding and stand forth as a chalEvents of the past year have di monstrated the danger of predictions during an epoch of cataclysmic changes. To have foreseen but a fraction of the grave happenings of the year to which we are about te bid an unrcgretful farewell even the wisdom of the prophets of old would not have sufficed, Yet there were far-sighted men and women who had the vision and understanding t" see the trend of the times. It was not so long ago that those of US who were denouncing Nazis. Fascists and Communists in America as a threat to American democracy were cried down as prophets of doom It was only yesterday that those who sounded a warning against the enemy at home, against the pseudo-patriot who waved the American flag with his hand and in his heart was betraying everything that flag stood for were likened to Jeremiah of old. Nor do we have to go beyond this fast-ebbing year to remember the skepticism winch greeted those who urged America to make herself strong by building her moral and material di fi nM S Then foreign isms were regarded by many as academic poHENRY MONSKY longing menace to the peace and security of the nation, it is obvious to all that participation in the activities of Nazi, Fascist and Communist inspired and directed organizations is no longer compatible with any pretense of loyalty to America and American ideals We of B'nai B'nth are proud that the public pro>' 1 A HAPPY NEW YEAR • A. E. EDMONDS. D.D.S. 512 Olympia Bldg. Dr. and Mrs. MILTON SASLAW Wish All Their Friends and Relatives a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR r 1 I Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR I DR. JOHN B. SEEDS i PHONE 4.5625 j 1500 N. W. 26th Ave. I Compliments of Dr. Adele Hampton DR. AND MRS. STANLEY FREHLING Extend Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR til nouncements of our authorized spokesmen have always been outspoken and unequivocal m opposition to and condemnation of all movements inimical to American institutions and American freedom. Time was. and not long ago. when in too many quarters Americanism was regarded as blatant chauvinism. Now the whole country is turning to a renewed fervor of dramatized Americanism, in its best sense. Long before the present trend. B'nai B'rith carried on an intensive Americanism activity as an integral part of its year round program. There were many. too. who deplored the lack of moral fibre and lack of responsibility in youth, who had been blamed for many of our political, economic and moral ills Recognizing youth's potentialities for helping to regeni rate Am. rican and Jewish life. B'nai B'rith this year broadened tin' scope of its Hillel Foundations, which wen founded nearly two decades ago as cultural, religious and social welfare centers at American universities and colleges. The Hillel movement now serves over !!."> 001) Jewish students on 4;t campuses where Jewish youth's vision, energy and capacity ler acievi ment are being harnessed for constructive purposes And from these young people will come our leaders of tomorrow. A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. RALPH B. FERGUSON 320 S. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR DR HARRY H. YOUNG Olympia Bu lding Phone 2-2853 As the Hillel Foundations bring home to college VOUth the values and traditions of the Jewish people, so does Aleph Zadik Aleph imbue adolescent youth with a positive approach to Jewish problems, guarding them against a distarted perspective and assuring them of a broadened horizon. And the Vocational Service Bureau of B'nai B'rith helps to direct all Jewish youth in a more intelligent selection of careers and occupations in a world influx. W, have confidence that whatever the morrow may hold in store, courage, patriotism, faith, loyalty and character will always be desirable assets. And these are the attributes which B'nai B'rith has taught and will continue to teach those who come within the sphere of its influence Athe year .">Toi in the lb brew call ndar takes its pla the annals of man. B'nai B'rith looks back upon t';; years ol service to humanity during which B'nai B'rith has witnessed much history in the making. It has Seen crises come and go. It has heard prophets of doom foretell the end of civilizatii they are doing now—and it has seen them buried under their own unrealized predictions, as it will again. It has lived through some of the most turbui f BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR J. Holden Bsckwith. D. D. S. Jack Holden Backwith, D. DS. EXODONISTS Ingraham Building MIAMI, FLORIDA COMPLIMENTS DR. ALFRED G. LEVIN <.; R F. E T i N <.; s DR. ROGER W. ARNOLD 221 S. W. 22nd Avenu* PHONE 2-5839 — Sincere Wishes For A HAPP1 and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ^ DR. SOL SELEVAN EEST WIS::ES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. B. I. COLEMAN £ Extend to All Their Relatives ar^d Friends BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR lent times that mankind has known but not once has .< national emergency found B'nai B'nth. nor American Jewry, ,,f which it is a cross-s %  ction, 'wanting, for we have always helped fortify the effort to keep America safe for democr.es It is difficult to say Happy New Year at a time when our whole system of modern society is being challenged and threat ened by menaces which have been brought into dreadful ictuaiitv by events overseaIn the Old World nation after na tion has gone down under the titanic force of the triple-head d juggernaut of Nazism. Fas cism and Communism. History has boon made with lig hk'speed. All the human vil 111 s and traditions which 1 ations havi been taught to respect and uphold are being ted out For e is disp! n aith and fear is ovi rooming I litudi Evi n h< re in Ai which has not heard thi I i if tho invader's boots f. i than a century, a wave ol 1 am be spreading a CONTINUED ON PAGE :• DR. and MRS. JOS. B. MARGOLIS AND DAUGHTER AND SON T Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR f N E w Y EAR GREETINGS • DR. E. J. HALL To All of Y< u My Friends May the Ni w Year Bring HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY M. IAY FLIPSE Phono 3-3164 Huntington Building DR. and MRS. BARNEY WEINKLE AND FAMILY T Dr. and Mrs. MAX PEPPER and Family i Extend Best Wishes ior a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Relatives and Friends 1 r i 1 i 1 i 1 i 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 I L Dr. and Mrs. HAROLD RAND Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THEIR FRIEND? Dr. and Mrs. I I EDWARD ROTH I • •1 jI I • I • I • I • I • I • I I • I • I I) and Family FELICITATIONS TO ALL Dr. and Mrs. A. E. ROSENTHAL and Family 111 Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes far a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR %  %  J. J A II M'l'Y XKVV VK.Vl: T< KVKKYl >NKI DR. HORACE L. CARTEE %  \ IU'NTINCTI IX lllll. I HNll XII V XI1



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5* FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 vJenist flcridfrar PAGE THREE ^ ( 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 Pest Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION i INK YEAR $ 2.00 -IX MONTHS VOLUME 13 FRIDAY SI. 00 NUMBER 40 OCTOBER 4, 1940 HOPE In retrospection, pass through our minds past events, and upon entering the threshold of the new year, we hope for much for ourselves, for our brethren, for our community for our country and for civilization. HOPING for ourselves, a year of health, happiness and prosperity. HOPING for our brethren, a release from their bondage and suffering and sorrow, for them a year of revived hope with strength to rebuild and to rehabilitate. HOPING for our community a revived spirit towards Judaism and its principles, towards greater individual efforts for causes, Jewish and Civic toward a strong, solidified and united body. HOPING for our country, a combined march toward the preservation of democracy, towards preparedness to make everyone proud of America, with "Love it, or Leave it," our maxim. HOPING for humanity and civilization, a complete realization of the depths to which human beings can sink, demonstrated by demons abroad and with this as an example, hope for progress with tremendous strides, towards a greater and more humanitarian world. With these idealistic and aspiring thoughts in mind, we welcome the new year as the coming of a new era wherein this world will be the Utopia for all mankind in which to live. a upi r\ n "l the Commissii mi r for Jew ish Affairs Your ; 5 %  II have to be I to him He will bi r< the right und of cen i your kind of u. % %  ni xl col umn that reached our eager : >ked %  A %  PREVIEW THROUGH DISTORTED LENSES In case you want to know why vou haven't been seeinq anything by Walter Winchell in the papers recently, it's because he has been (three wcrds deleted by censor 1 The famous Hollywood Droducer (name delctedl is now occupied in washing the sidewalks of (two words deleted) The afiairs of publisher name deleted) of the weekly (n.im: deleted) have been coordinated, and will from now on be handled by Joe McWilliams. the distinguished new congressman Mt. Sinai Hospital will from now on be conducted as a strictly Aryan medical center, and only physicians of pure Nordic blood will be permitted to treat oatients there Mr. (name deleted), who h-s for a number of years been financing the activitios of the Ku Klux K'an. has been purqed because of the discovery of a Jewish grandmother in his pedigree George S. Kaufman will from now on be permitted to write for the Yiddish stage only The line in front of the Consulate orovidir-T visas for the jungles in Africa now reaches twice around Battery Park Former Justice Frankfurter and former Governor Herbert Lehman have left with their families for Madagascar where the fuehrer has authorized a Jewish setSTRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits from Everywhere W by PKINEAS J. BIRON PREAMBLE We were sick the other day. tut the doctor didn't know what was the matter with us He couldn't find anything really wrong with us ... Si we knew that the trouble lay in the world. • What we were sick and tired ot was all this senseless, cruel destruction .' <"lf the bombing cf inn->cent k'H at down and scnl a batch "i i.' shanah T wall messages i ir and wide WISHES TO OUR CHRISTIAN FRIENDS To President Roosevelt: Another term of constructive, progressive administration in which he will have time to build up the defenses against the multiheaded dragon within and without our borders To H. G. Wells: Congratulations that finally, in h's latest novel "Babes in the Darkling Woods." he contradicts the stupid remarks he made about the Jewish problem s-me years ago in American publications ... To James Roosevelt: Mazel tov for starting his independent motion picture career with th* distribution of so significant a film as "Pastor Hall." the greatest message on freedom of sneech ever uttered. ... To Raloh Ingersoll, editor of PM. New York's new daily: Our washes tha' he will consolidate his position and continue for years crusading against the menace of all un-American activities ... To Robert Sherwood. author of "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" and "There Shall Be No Night": May he find the time .and insoiration to writs a play on the Jewish tragedy of the twentieth century. MESSAGES TO JEWISH LEADERS To Dr Chaim Weizm inn : Hopes for his safety in his airraid shelter, and good luck to Ins |two sons in the British Royal |Air Force v:ho are playing a heroic pan in the defense ol the last stand of Democracy in Europe To Governor 11 rbcrl Lehman: A prayer that he will not give up public work after his gubernatorial term expires ... To Louis l.ipsky: The assurance that whether he be in or OUt e.f office American Zionists regard him as the dean of the Jewish national movement in this country To Stephen S. Wise A message of our impatience to see tinpublication of his autobiography To Louis Finkelstein, head of the Jewish Theological Seminary: Sincere wishes that he will find time to continue his scholarly writing, and will not be completely taken up with administrative duties To Meyer Weisgal: The confident hope that after the close of the Palestine Pavilion he will I. LOU'S SHOCHET Founder—The Jewish Floridian Called to His Eternal Rest on TEVETH 25th 5699—JANUARY 16th. 1939 HIS SPIRIT GUIDES US find the right opportunity for the employment of his dynamic creative ability To the Leaders of the American J> v. ish Committee, the American Jewish C I and the B'nni B'rith May : j undauntedly and unhesitatingly in unmasking any foe of n ligious and na ional min r this country, regard highly placi d that fo • may be WISHES TO ALL AND SUNDRY To the Editorial Beard cf "The Contemoorarv Jewish Record": That thev wili continue to improve their magazine, which is setting a new standard in Anglo-Jewish rublirations To the Hollywood Producers: That they finally rea!iz2 that the European market is gone forever, and that thev will use their tremendous influence without fear or favor, for the cause of democracy ... To the New Administration i-f the ZionistsT v e realization tha. i.i: ZOA can bestreamlined, Lui t'eat Zionist tradition and principles cannot be changed overnight ... To the New Zionist Organi-ation. left leaderiess by the death of Jabotinsky Mav it find as idealistic and gifted a leader to take his plsca ... To HI AS: Congratulations en the many instances in which it has helped almost hopeless cases and of which we have nersonal knowledge To the Joint Distribution Commit•?e: The hooe that during the coming year it will find ways and means to bring direct help to tlie rcmnan's rf Polish Jewrv in Nazi-occupied Poiand ... To the United Palestine Aooeal: Our coniidence that the work in Palestine wiill go on unhampered despite the hostilities ... To All the Jewish Refugees drifting along the hiqhwavs and byways cf this qlobe: M iv thev find visas for countries where they can s'ar' life all over again To the nublishers of the AngloJewish Press.A successful year, and the appreciation of national and local Jewish organizations for the vitally important function they are fulfilling in the education of nur Jewish communities And to All Our Readers: Leshanah Tovoh Tikasevu. Left—A members of Aleph Zadik Aieplit is nai b ntn voutn organization, turns over a check to the chairman o* a Jewish we'are fund at the completion of a junior division drive directed by AZA as part of its local communal service work. Right—This food bag is one of 1 thousands filled annually by AZA boys to bring relief and good cheer to the needy and underprivileged.



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A FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 i* ABJ'^ n iriidliiaim PAGE FIFTY-NINE YEARS TO COME (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 58) people first. Not only because the Jews were tinweakest minority and because < l %  tense of the jews has always and in all counjrii s been the least <>i the preoccupations of organized Christianity, bul also because the Jews, a people, collectively, were .1 priori the mosl uncomprising i| Moloch ism and Mammon,„ caua thi J< v\ as a group iradoxical as It may n i the we ik< st but the %  Th< n %  %  Jewish | Thei i i %  :. Ji wii h pe< pie i All tl .',! n il I'c a I ghoulish • %  in. low %  whose father Is the lie, who fill the earth today with their stridenl and bloody clamor, moved with sure and unerring instinct when they seized upon the Ji w ls!l P ople as their first victim. For to th in the Jewish people ented the outer sentinel, 'he fit • ,,rk of the whole complex civilization which, in spite ol grievous imperfections and shortcomings, is nevi rtl ith tin' Christian imprint, nized in the %  carer ol J laism, %  %  symbol ol of ci\ which i lice in ih %  foreground as the in all h in u %  %  therefor lik i argei n %  rial i nt ol : J rile J Nazism not I %  %  do, The menphysical presence of a people in this world which had its life and I) ing in two Conci p1 unity in the law of this world and a belief in th final triumph of justice in humi ped them as the indie 11 < d roc "i totalitarianism and ol pagan idolatry of the Stati I rael's an: justice, his m for men 5. his hop i %  i n ha'ba ol goodni ss and : thi se at %  his 11 1 are the justifical >t %  % %  %  leteri nation to destn y 1 It iof the : : It i th Bi Kik, It is becau i if ihe that ,: %  rsl Any 1 hoi ; • thi %  It : \ until the or 1 triui iphi d. It started with the Jews in Germany, And when it start* d we non-Jews did virtuallj ing about it. The voices ol thi who warm pl< adi d wi re 'ii the wild mess. We shru jged i ur shouldi rs Ol what concern was it to us that Hit : ai %  ; Sti i put the Ji Gel in their | We did not realize, apart iron. our lack i ary human solidarity. that w I attack d in the J .vs. >ven out own In ilii st p i .•ing a i in the lemocracj irj :. Id. dro' n th E Fn nchm n. Tl e Nazi tacti alwaj First tl the 1 i %  I J .1 It v I. At that I : i per but thai pi the ramil \ .. we know, now we see, now we are painfully aware of real it j Inextricably Jewish people have b< en our precui i in the road ol sorrows Th< Jewour own outer ..' part and %  I i I I The : hatn d and I ide. It has i ter ai tl :hing in I hold rai y. Ai : lit It? W we doing to defi nd i iurs lv< -. U Troj Do %  and in? Do we con.. 11 %  It seems ti %  r thei %  : ".' .... : thi !•' 'CONTINUED O.N PAGE 62' To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year" R Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten and family v.. All Th ir R lativi ai Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseoh Rosenthal and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. an-" Mrs. Nat Roth and Family Wish All Th ir Relatives and Friends A HAPPV NEW YEAR Mrs. Ethel Rothlein and Sons All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin and Family All Th. ir l: lati' a %  Fi A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Moms Rubin and Family ,'. • All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR The Original Rubins Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer and family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irving E. Saphin and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. 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All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon Wish All The:r Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Simon and Family W h AI Their Relatives Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Harry Simonhoff Wishes All His Relatives and l-'i iends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ju'ius Simpson and Daughter N~rrra lee Wish All Their Relatives n;u\ Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Barney Slifkin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YF.AR Mr. and Mrs. Max Steuer and family All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Elry Stone Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sussman and Family Wish All Their Relatives Frii nds A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Tendrich and Family Wi h All Th, :: R at Frii A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tishman and family Wish. All Their Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Totin and Family Wish All Their R lives and Frii nds A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I ouis Touby and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YF.AR Mr. and Mrs. Mack Shenkman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Slote Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiro and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Siegal and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YF.AR M'. and Mrs. I. Siegel and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Solomon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YFAR Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sperling and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sidnev Stepkin aim j Wish All Their Relatives and Wish All Their Relatives and Friends Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR W Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Waldorf and Family Wish All Thi ir Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Hsrman Waitsman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAK Mr. and Mrs. Philin Warshaw Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Washer Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR W Mrs. Sadie Weinberg and Daughter Jeanns T. and and Son Harold N. Wish All Thi ir Relati Frii A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle and Family A Thi ir Ri lativi s and Friends A HAPPY NEW YE Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Weinstein Wish All Thi ir !!• lati. %  ind Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub and Son Albert Wisl All Their Rclath i a Frii nds A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams and Family Wish All Their Relatix •• %  Frii %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. 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I PAGE EIGHTEEN vJen 1st fhoridliiaiin FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 More Christian Than The Christians i The Jews Are Incorrigible Producers of ihe Prophetic Anti-Nazi Type by MAURICE SAMUEL „„ „. hi* mother by a told thorn that not they who • a. .760. He was an orthodox in advanc t o his moth prayed ostentatiously and by the | Jew. The founder of Christum£ !" ^ "~2 B J ew £Vh'ch. Eastern a,l of the synagogue j ity was known to him only as rom a section ol J p^^ h •**! s y mbo1 < a p hu h k ': N ^TH S ignorance and Heaven, but they who brought immemorially steeped In the spised foi its Ignoranc. ana humble and a contrite blood of the Jews. Israel Baal couthness ("Can any good come to Him an humble and a contrite He was not heart. He bade them take ni (few bnoks hn*' bwn .HIM. i|.Mi. .1 with Kieali-i HRI'I n. -s than Mr. muelo forthcoming nnulyain "i uiili-S'nililnm. Thnmiui Mann, out. -• uullim man ••< letti ••: m lime, has wild "i thin book: ".\" peltt-r LINMS has even been ulven of untl-Semltlmii an a nheiiomvnon fallln iilde the field "i normal inejudieea anil antliHilhien and boloiifttng !•• .;.','.!',I,'„ „f the m-mon<.|o 8 lr..f. Th. I k I* ealeulated lo strengthen ,,.,1, ,,, v merlin • leeli and \l* wn> "f life. I h. •Ilntinituliihed ,,. p..,,,van I'.ii-':. uftel readiiiK the manuyei-lm .'f "The (ireut Hatred" called II "a hook Ilia I will Irrltnli I'oll.vnmin liheriiln, inlelleetiliiieaHei'M iiiofrwional H l-w lll-rx and i-omnlaet-n( I'hiidtiann. l-ut drimj is || revel I!• % %  In hoiiPHl Meeker* after truth. October I, • ,.,i \ Knopf |iublihed Maunei Samuel* "The lirent Hatred.; ; W htrh thl* arl %  < %  v • Ai '*' i Kynill let and Tile Jvwivh %  '• rlilliin an |>roud lo prewut tin.niiRntentim .,.,. .,r ..n. ..I ili. miwl Importitnt work* evei puldi*hed on the Jewish The Kditor.i It was Priedrich Nietzsche's* nious and ignorant theory*e post-Biblical history of their red by certain others of the people. Pagans—that the Jews "inI shall therefore devote this l; ,,-, Fathers •• d" the doctrine of Chrisshort article to a typical episode Israel. Master t .. lity only for the benefit of in the post-Biblical history of • < gentile world. The Jews he Jewish people—one which. selves, saui Nietzsche, were incidi ntally, will also indicate r taken in by the silly prothat the Nazis are quite right in nda of human love and ,onattributing to the Jews an origration, but stood off. clung inal capacity for producing anti%  the ancient law ol eye-for-eye Nazi types und philosophies. .; tooth-for-tooth. and chuckled Thenwas a man called Israel. they watched the innocent known also as the Baal Shem les decline from their natTov, or Master of the Good war-lik'-nrss into slavish Name, who lived in Poland Waiitence lachia, eastern Europe, from 1700 1 his version ol the Jewish atSEES KSSiM a SMS w the doctrine which he taught, of Israel despised him. the manner of his life and the He grew up among the poor organization of his discipleship, and the ignorant, lived like and bear an astounding similarity to for them. His affection for the He loved to speak in parables. the descriptions which we enunlearned and the sinful brought which are today still cum,.; counter in the New Testament, upon him the derision and enamong his followers. He ate and This similarity is of course also tempt of the "leaders" of Isdrank with the people, and had to be found in a St. Augustine rael. and his followers were exlittle use for fasting and >r a St. Francis of Assisi; but communicated by the greatest hey were students and followers Jewish scholar ol the time. F.li„>f Christ, while Israel Baal Slum jah of Vilna. —.—.•.— —.——.— ———_ Tov would rather have burned H travelled from town to HAPPY NEW YEAR at the stake than read the Costown. Horn village to village. there was any money in his house. He would first distnbui. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 25. I %  it the stake man read me wustown, Horn village 10 village. %  pels or the writing of the Chrispreaching to the simple folk. He JAMES M. FORREST "l | 511 N. 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T > PAGE FORTY-FOUR *J*n i f FkridH.Tiin FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 SUM B R O D t R .CONTINUED FROM PAGE 42) a low tone of voice, muttering between his teeth, he said "fortyfour." A large orchestra played all sorts of tunes, from Strauss waltzes ic the St. Louis Blues. The air was cold but he was determined not to shiver and risk humiliation before young folks who played and acted as though y \v< re bathing in the tropics. (inci in the tank, the changing temperature made him shrug his shoulders, Did they notice it" Was it tiir same shrug he dis• i i at home when dealing witl and doubting clients? W J d it spoil it all? He was • \. rt or graceful swim: but, after sumo puffing, he inagi I • get across the short distal C< ol tin tank. Ho was sure that he didn't do so well, swim hk.a green>rn? ng up the ti rraci pie s arm toward the green elevation overlooking the Hi wond< red. did they %  to si and criticize him? Found out that it was incheon %  -. and di join the crowd. Hi nined to sei : saying. n you an ne, do like the Greeks!" If lus second-hand clients from home could only see him! If his starving mother and orphaned old-maid sisters from Poland could only see him! Wlun would they say. finding Sam rubbing elbows with society, lank rs, army officers! Would they grasp the meaning of .American democracy? The terrace was covered with num< rous tables immaculately draped and made a striking setting with the green. Waitresses in neat brack dressed with short white laced aprons and white bands in tin ir hair. The serving rs v. i re dressed in white suits with red collars and cuffs. while the inad waiters were dressed in summer formal suits. Sam wore a brown sport coat with leather buttons and a blue angora vest with large packets. white soft linen shirt with large triangular collars and cafe-aulait flannel trousers neatly creased, with vertical darkbrown stripes and white shoes. He was quite proud, and he felt hat h v as dn ss< d like a g< n. leman. The crowd won cither formal. semi-formal, and even informal dress: some ol them sitting al the table in bathing suits and bath robes. Old ladies with canes walked low on the arms of panions. Happy. healthy youngsters were accompanied by nursi :. aids. A party of three South Americans acci impanied by an • xcited French maid, wire OPEN DAY AND NIGHT md Tackle lor Rent JERRYS BAIT AND TACKLE We Bait 'em—You Catch 'em' Telephone 2.9322 1307 N. E. Bayshore PI. • Miami. Florida GREETINGS TO OLR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AMERICAN FUEL OIL CO. C. G. MITCHELL 5"20 N. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 7 To On Frii nds—A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH BEUCHLER CO.. INC. Ph. 5-1857 170 Alton Road A HAPPY NEW YEAR J. L. SPRINGER EGG CO. Fresh Killed Poultry and Fresh Farm Eggs 317 N. W. Filth Street Phone 2-3508 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ST. JOSEPH MEMORIAL PARK 5301 West Flagler Street A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LIBERAL TRADES EASY TERMS "BUY WITH CONFIDENCE" from %  RUSSELL PAIGE, INC. PLYMOUTHS • DODGES DODGE TRUCKS %  1899 N. E. SECOND AVENUE PHONE 3-8621 SUNDAY PHONE 3-7045 talking and gesticulating profusely. A charming blonde lady with flowered chiffon dross and a yellow straw hat with a large brim, which defied the heavens by its flutter. She was arranging a table in a position of vantage for her distinguished party which included a high ranking army officer. Presently. the party made its way into the terrace and the crowd turned toward it. the officer stealing the show. He wore a colorful uniform—a black tunic with a large yellow belt, two yellow stripes upon his dark trousers, and a heavily gold-braided cap. Sam. noticing the officer, instinctively was going to stand to attention and salute him. but nobody else did. and he realized that the War was over. The officer walked with poise and precision until his companion whispered a funny story, whereupon the ishrunk two feet, swayed his legs, slapped his right thigh. laughed convulsively, and walloped his narrator on the bank, almost flooring him on the green. The whole human spectacle i in this glorious setting of green trees and flowers under a blue sky. with music at the lower level, gave the affair a gala aspect. Sam was bewildered, and he looked like a young calf who sees a new fence on the farm for the first time. The buffet luncheon was served in a large white tent with the red stripes. The tables were laden with a large variety of food including hot-dogs, which were glorified at the last outdoor luncheon given by President Roosevelt for the King and Queen of England. Although the crowd was distinguished, the common hot-dog was a symbol of American democracy. Sam was cautious not to overload his plate, and was decidedly embarrassed by tile two ladies TO OUR MANY PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ALLAPATTAH SERVICE STATION H. D SHEKELS. Prop. Ph. 29512 1958 N. W. 17th Ave on either side who evidently were on a strict diet. However. Sam loaded upon his plate cold duck. turkey, two kinds of chicken, roast beef, two types of salad. jellies. two kinds of cheese, muffins, bread, coffee, cake, and ice cream. The ladies winked at each other, but Sam managed not to notice it. The waiter carried his tray and when Sam noticed the mass of food he felt his abdomen, shook his head, and said. "Isn't that great:'' The picture was immense and it would have taken a Degas to put the whole scene on canvas, as he did his horse races In such unforgettable manner. (CONTINUED ON "'AGE 45) A HAPPY NEW YEAR •AL" SHIVERS WM. G. "BUCK" BRANDT Metal Work Our Specialty BUCK BODY S T O P & WORKS "Service and Workmanship Guaranteed" PHONE 2 0656 116 N. 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I PAGE SIX Jewish ftcrfdian FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 ARE A VITAL INSTITUTION IN ANY CITY—AND ETELJ are an important cog in the wheels of progress making our city the vacation center of the world! On this occasion of 11^ m We are privileged to send Greetings to the Jewish Citizenry—happy in the fact we have done, and shall continue to do, all in our power to develop the glorious reputation our fair city deserves.—"Forward Greater Miami." Glide gesund A longen leben Soil ach unser Herr Gott geben Und vos eich gefelt Fuhn der schoner velt Mrs. Fanny Lipschitz of the REVLIN HOTEL 1259 Collins Ave Miami Beach To Our Man" Friends and Guests SEASONS GREETINGS And May the New Year Brinq You Joy. Health and Ha^niness ANNS VEGETARIAN HEALTH RESORT 146 Washington Ave. Phone 5-9532 MIAMI BEACH MAX FEINSTEIN and the LEROY HOTEL Wish All Thi* Friends and Patrons "L'SHONO TOVAH TIKOSEVU" 3200 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Sincere Greetings for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR To Ou* Many Jewish Friends ARLINGTON COURT APARTMENTS Sidney Colomb. Vice-Pres. and Mgr. 1330 Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach May the New Year Bring You HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY DEM' -.Y-VANDERBILT HOTEL m'e Gaincs, Manager Florida May the New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity Always Step at The LA FLORA HOTEL Paul Gross Managers M. Michelson 1238 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach /' To All Our Friends and Patrons Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR BON AIR HOTEL 1080 Ocean Drive Miami Beach THE OCEAN HAVEN HOTEL Wish for All Their Friends and Patrons A Haopy and Prosperous New Year On the Ocean Private Beach To Our Manv Friends and Customers—May The New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity CAVALIER HOTEL Wire "r Write for Reservations EDWARD LACHMAN. Manager 1320 Ocean Drive Miami Beach To Our Friends and Patrons It is A Pleasure to Extend SEASON'S GREETINGS CHARLES HOTEL 1475 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Wishing All of Our Friends A Joyous Holiday and A New Year Of Prosperity and Happiness BEACON HOTEL 720 Ocean Drive Miami Beach M. C. WHITE and M. F. STEINHART of the WHITEHART HOTEL 315 Ocean Drive Miami Beach Wish AM Their Jewish Friends and Patrons A Haopy and Prosperous New Year A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR STRATH HAVEN HOTEL ON THE OCEAN MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA B'NAI B'RITH LEADER IN TRIBUTE TO CHALUTZIM Henry Monsky (right) president of the Suoreme Lodge of the I. O. B'nai B'rith. laying homage to the heroic Chalutzim of the JewU> Homeland by placing a floral tribute before the Pioneer Statue in the Palestine Hall of Transformation. To the left of the statue stands Meyer W. Weisgal. director of the Pavilion. Addressing the participants in B'nai B'rith Day at the World's Fair. Mr. Monsky spoke of the miraculous transformation that has come about in Palestine because of the zeal, devotion and unprecedented self-sacrifice of the Jewish Pioneers. "The vast Droblem of rehabilitation and resettlement caused by the ravages in war-devastated Europe, gives special significance to this all-important movement in Jewish life.'' Mr. Monsky continued. "Our efforts must be redoubled. Our faith in the ultimate victory of righteousness mst not falter.." -.._.-..-.... .,....r.,p — I TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MIAMI CITY SALESMEN'S CLUB 350 N. W 8h Aven-e + *..\. Uttl'MMHMNM MHMMM %  'I :: %  *.. • .-%  —. ._..*•MH ftft % %  I N 1 M • .--. %  NMMMI — J SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR KOSHER PICKLES A SPECIALTY AT SOUTHERN PICKLE & CONDIMENT CO. 1753 N. W. 7th AVENUE SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PARAGON PAINT DIST. CORP. 212 N. E. 14th St. Phone 3-4743 > i. %  •%  %  -' %  % % % %  -' % %  • i. '--!.... -., %  %  ,.-_ ..,.+,. ........ .... •Ml*. %  • %  %  J m mm %  .-.-. • %  .,.A Very KODDV and Prosperous New /ear To My Jewish Friends KLEAN LINEN SERVICE SAM WILLENS and CARL GUSSIN 194 N. W. 32th Street • Fhone 3 4294 %  ROSH HASHONAH GREETINGS We Appreciate Our Jewish Business During the Holidays GET YO JR FISH AT THE BAKER FISH COMPANY ALWAYS THE BEST ALWAYS FRESH Phone 2-6534 Southwest Second Avenue and the River



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%  "'' %  > 1 PAGE FOURTEEN ,,M Jk n 1st) IfkiradHcinn FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940 JEWS SUMMONED BEFORE TRIBUNAL by RABBI LAZARUS LEHRER of Bnai Zion Congregation. Key West. Fla. of the terrestial tribunal—our own conscience, This small. whispering voic<—the spark of divinity within us. can never be silenced with compromise and platitudes, Wo must confess our failures, our weaknesses, our selfishness, our greed, our vainglory! We must make firm resolutions to change our bad habits, our sms into virtues, Our conscience can never be appeased and reconciled without MEED SPIRITUAL RABBI LEONARD J. MERVIS Pensacola, Fla. Once more the Jewish people throughout the world will usher in the Rosh Hashonah—the Jewsucn sincere and honest desire ish New Year—which marks the for ;| re-valuation and regenerabeginning of a potential season, ,,n "' l "' Physical and spiritclimaxing in the Groat White ;i1 llfe Day. Yom Kippur—the Day of May this New Year be the beAtom iient. ginning of such a life, which On Rosh Hashonah, the Jew is leads men on the road of their summoned before the celestial destiny to a happy and content: terrestial tribunal to give an ed life. ICC HI • ol his deeds and actions May this season, which marks pasl year; to take inven,, revival of Judaism, fulfill us tory ol his soul. It is a day of mission and weld us together in sell analysis and self-judgment, a strong bond of unity and haran occasion demanding sincere mony. so that we. too." will write ind honest endeavor, to be [our own book of life, dipping our ansed and purified from the pe n deeply into the everlasting "• daily life. fountain of love, writing indelThe supreme them.of this %  -1-.; v up0 n the blank page our aw ring festival is LIFE, aspirations to become better men We appear as beggars at the porand women; our sincere good i i ; the universe, with a supwishes to our fellow men. and plication on our lips, beseeching our humble prayers to our merthi Creator of the world, the Suciful God in Heaven, the King Judge of the celestial tnof the universe, that He may to grant us Life. And remember us. all Israel, and ail with this fervent prayer we join humanity, for a Happy Life the myriads of Israel trusting that we will bo inscribed in the Ho k ol a Happy Life. But before those prayers will reach tin gates of heaven, we must appear, humbly and modestly before the supremo judge 1 ^~— As the cycle of the religious year nears completion, the Household of Israel turns to the New Year for a message of hope. After a twelvi month of universal suffering, Israel's tired souls seek the refreshing wells of the High Holy Day season. Now, more than ever, all of us need spiritual renewal, We need the reassurance of resplendent destiny, the faith that right annuls might. We want to believe that the storm of destruction soon will be sp.nt and tin light of justice shine again. During the Ten Days of Penitence, we flee the shadow of world tragedy and take refuge under the sheltering wings of God. We recall the heroism of our fathers who stood their ground against the tyrannies of their day. We remember that they were enabled to exist on the knowledge that their way was just, and on the hope that Cod m the fullness of time Would reward with blessing their patient fortitudi Though bitterness was their lot. tiny never conceded that Cod had forsaken them but saw in the indee, ncies of mankind greati r urgency for devotion to God. May tlie pray, rs and aspira tions oi the holiday season restore Israel's mettle to the quality ol old. Stern times await Let it not be said Israel lacked the spirit to meet them. NEW YEAR GREETINGS DEAUVILLE SERVICE STATION 6348 Collins Avenue Phone 6-9121 — ON THIS NEW YEAR IT IS OUR WISH THAT IT BRING YOU GENUINE HAPPINESS ABUNDANT HEALTH DADE REFRIGERATING CO., Inc. 1792-98 N. W. 20th Street Phone 2-7868 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR RAY MILLER TAX ASSESSOR MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR R. W. PARKER FREIGHT AGENT M. &M. TRANSPORTATION CO. Pier 1. Municipal Docks Maintaining the AMERICAN Standards of Living BEST WISHES for A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SHflUJ BROS. OIL CO. Exclusive Distributors of Pure Oil Company Products in South Eastern Florida PHONE 2 1741 56 S. W. 1st Street MIAMI. FLA. %  %  T GEORGE LANGER and SID LANGER of THE SUNGAS COMPANY U00 West Flagler St. Phones: 2-3811—2-3833 %  T Extend to All Their Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR "Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" is not an empty phrase. It is a vital American principle ... a great, living truth in the lives of millions who are privileged to work out their own destinies in this land of free enterprise. Grateful for American freedom, Sunshine Service is alert to its responsibility to support and cherish the American idea ... to maintain American living standards ... to do its share towards making life more comfortable, safer, easier for everyone in our community. That is why Sunshine Service is always on the job every day of the year every minute of the day and night ... a great, human organization with every member trained for his job to serve you. Think how important to your comfort, your safety and your pocketbook are the dependability and efficiency of Sunshine Service. With a flip of a switch you can have light at any time clean, sale, cheap electric cookery a cooling breeze, or a warm bath and all the other uses by which electricity makes life better. SERVICE SAM SAYS: "Sunshine Service is the skilled work of courteous mem ben of our organization." v >



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p„ D AY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 Jewish ftorkUan PAGE TWENTY-THREE m i ') BED IS SEEN FOR RELIGIOUS IDEALS A N ew Year's Message by RABBI DAVID L. ZIELONKA Tampa. Florida •. haos in the world today ,>! many individuals 10 selves the important Wh> i< the world ,. .. a „, languish in such a .,.,>• %  As we gather to. this Rosh Hashono we be thinking the same seeking answer lo daughters, Christianity and Mothe role of religious teacher to hammedanism, followed suit, the world—not the religion of And as a consequence of our laxnarrow sectarianism but the reity nun arosewho teach the ligion ol human brotherhood and philosophy of hate in the plaee of understanding. Through, the centhe ideal of love: the language tunes ours has been the pecuof pettiness instead of the voice of universal understanding; the principles of violence, injustice, and insincerity in lieu of our pro: l quei P> I itl %  and one universal chorus, and women tell us in terms of the need ,, ligion and religious President oi our beamed that "' llu religion. This chal, b. ol special int( I ,, h and evi rj J( %  who laism the urge for Hist ice. m rev usness Of old our .. ain d th< ir adhi r:. achings of God as b> prophi :-. sages. hers We began our pil" ; through the centuries : -. ol •,! % %  v<"' m 1 lem and Zion SEASON'S GREETINGS I.E. KELLY COURT REPORTER A HAPPY NEW YEAR AND HOME COOKED FOOD. AT HO WELL'S RESTAURANT 1047 N. E. 1st Avenue BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GRIFFEN TIRE CO. 16 V W. 1t Avenue GAS OIL GREASES TIRES TIRE REPAIRS MIAMI NEW YEAR GREETINGS JENSEN'S Trail Liquor Store 1723 S. W 8th STREET NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO MY FRIENDS Still Featuring the Greatest Typewriter Ever Produced THE ROYAL With Magic Margins and Other Features SARAH D. HENDLEY PHONE 33159 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! ThBest Chop Suey in Town! CHICKEN CHOW MEIN T OKIO ROOF GARDEN 272 West Flagler Street Open All Summer r i i i GREETINGS A FRIEND F L 0 R D A MONUMENT CO. Congress Building We Deal Direct with Quarry and We Can Save You Dollars • W. D. THURMOND • NEW YEAR GREETINGS '0 Years Same Location and Management AUTO COLLISION WORKS. INC. I2S.13K N. E. 13th St—Ph. S2615 CHAS. WINKELMAN. Mgr. HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRY GOLDSTEIN I I | NEW YEAR GREETINGS | j P. C. HUNTER i i | ATLANTIC REFINING CO. i r GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALLIED SIGN STUDIOS 138(1 N. E 1st Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA i i i i i i .! "I I f GREETINGS I HARRY B. GRAHAM j Certified Public Accountant I 743 Seybold Building I i MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW YEARS GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS EDISON ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO. 1009 S. W 8th Street j. MINOR. Mgr. NFW YEAR GREETINGS EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE PRICES HOLLEMAN'S The Food The Service The Price Incomparable BREAKFAST • LUNCHEON • DINNER 14th Street at Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH i I HAPPY NEW YEAR I I BROWN TIRE CO. PHONE 2 8656 1261 S. W. 8th STREET I ALSO %  x x x l I x l l l PORT • WHII t' PORT • SHIRKV Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR BISCAYNE TENT & AWNING CO. 245 SW. 6th Street PHONE 3 6248 1141 S. Everglades Concourse Miami Beach PHONE 62341 NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS C. A. BURNET WAREHOUSE AND TRANSFER CO.. INC. 20 N. E. 11th STREET PHONE 20568 j BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Tanenbaum %  %  I The Bryan Park Pharmacy Imerica's iNdent Federal CONST iu <: no\ LOAN SERVICE The First Federal Construction Loan Plan saves time and money in building. One mortgage provides both construction funds and long term financing. Lowest costs in the South. This service enables the owner to obtain lowest cash bids, all cash discounts, and to place his business where he can do so to the greatest advantage, without asking contractors and dealers to carry large credits. ASK FOR INFORMATION FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI ONE HUNDRED N. E. FIRST AVE. W. H. WALKER. President



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%  PAGE TWO knisii Flcridiain FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 The annual Sunday after Rosh Hashona pilgrimmage to the Cemetery, under the leadership of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, will be held Sunday. October 6th. at 2 p. m. in Woodlawn Cemetery and at •! P m. in the old City Cemetery. All of the rabbis of greater Miami will participate in the services • • • CE If RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor Fridays, from 1 to 5 p. m. under the tutorship of Mrs C. Palmer. W. P. A. Instructor, who conducted these classes last year. There is no charge and all adults are cordially invited to attend. The following members of the Business and Professional Group of Hadassah were elected as new officers to lead the group for the coming year: President. Mrs. Leonard Beldner: vice president. • Miss Lyl Chisling; treasurer: Mrs. Ben LeVine; financial seein. T. m r,io Israel Sisterhood retary, Miss Mollie Solloway; The Freda MarkowU, Post 174 The marriage of Miss Dons The T.pU *"****?* ^^ secrt lary Mlss Elhl 01 the Jewish War Veterans of Crome, daughter of Mr. and ^ !"!" ^ t "~?$ "^ corresponding seer, .he United State, presented^ a Mrs. Dame, Crome, to E. Albert Monday .Q**.6*-. -* ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ E p;,,onP,_fratern.tyoftheUn,D avld Synagogul wlth Rabhi. jbusiness ~£ J^^'J^ ZZjZ ^ Abraham Kellner and Max Shaincluding a^book !" le ^ !" Restaurant, a, which time Mrs ft .he unitea states, piiwrnm = %  •*—Daily classes in English and Cit^ ^ ^ flag po c tQ ^ phi p^ ^ p ace Sunday al Beth Kaplan Hall. Following izenship are being offered at^the ^.^ „. fra ,„ rnitv nf thp Un i. '„ :J c „„., „. ifh R a hbis business meeting, the Y M H A clubrooms. 1567 S. i. • %  h versity oi ivnauu. i>'-yvo._..v~ W. 5th Street. Mondays T^clSLrS ip^ciating. A "* "*" S^'" Americanization Committee of F followed the cereRourke. will be given by Mrs. which Milton Druccer is chair, %  g m Max Dobnn chairman of the a fman. %  *!*£ J J*?"*Eded Caspar Pallet. Spring-1 temoon. Mr. Stanley C. Myers ing. introduced Abe S. Goldman. ( ^ ^ Watsfm presldont (lf the Greater Miami Idepartmental chici of staff, who • JackJewish Federation, will introImade the presentation speech, including a talk on the activities Mr. Theodore Gulkis returned to Miami from a brief trip to New York,, of the Jewish War Veterans. AcFreda Lusky shall be the install ing guest. Mrs. Sylvia Lyons, installation chairman. has planned an interesting and pleasant evening for the memTampa: J. Edwin Larson. JackJewish Federation. Will Introbm and guegtf attendin g. The sonville. and Boris Margolin, duee Mr. Isaac Joffe. executive %  presidcnt has appointed as hairfive director of the Federation, who Harold Leibman. (Editor's Note: The Jewish Floridian. although dated Friday. October 4th. will reach thi homes on -the first day of Rosh HaThono. Thursday, October 3rd. therefore the tense of this artide.) New York. Following a < r h fr.ter weeks' honeymoon trip the couwill speak, and Mrs. Leo Ackertepting the flag for the frater ^ ^^ ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^ ^ wj f dlscuss th( nity were Sidney L. Kline, su-.v •_ ^^ holid ays. All members ajid pcridr: Philip Optncr. vice su' ^ cordial y inviu d ,„ SS S '£%£££ ... H.^c. H.„H„ r n S~ years, succumbed to a short ill• • ness Sunday in a local hospital. Miss Sonia Seitelman was electMrs. Hershfield. formerly a resied president of the newly organident of Philadelphia. Pa. has '-zed Junior Debs. Other offibeen a resident of Miami for the cers elected at their recent regpast fourteen years, is survived ular meeting were Hilda Ratby her husband. Benjamin. Rabncr. vice president. Natalie bi Abraham Kellner of the MiFrankel. second vice president: ami Jewish Orthodox CongregaToby Cooper, secretary; Eileen tion. conducted services Monday Terry treasurer; Barbara Knoin the chapel of the Miami Jewhel. publicity chairman, and ish Funeral Home Ruth Zeffort, social chairman. retary. and treasurer. • • • The wedding of Miss Renie Slann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Slann of Atlanta, formerly of Miami, to Sydney Rich of Atlanta, will take place October 15th in Atlanta. Mrs. Clarence Feuer, of Miami, sister of the bride-elect, will be matron of honor and Miss Barbara Neufeld. also of Miami, will be one of the six bridesmaids. Dr. will attend his Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein are visiting in New Orleans. La. Mr. Robert Ungar of New York, senior at the University of Mimen at the University, who are Mr. Barney Goodman of Engleresiding at the M.lburn Hotel, Miss wood. N. J.. is visiting in Miami left by plane Saturday for New The nV* year ushered in Wednesday evening at the Synagogues arid' Services for the first and second "days of Rosh Hash^ ^ ^ ^ ono will 'to? conducted at the | M icc Ricn Miami '7ew.sh Orthodox Conas bcst man and ushe rs!While away they will visit vanam,, who with his p brother S> Tre^uon 'with Rabbi Abraham J^L Mr. Charles Feuer andjous southern states and cousin Arthur 1 xler. fresl Kellner' delivering addresses. Mr Herbert Knobcl of Mil speaking "Thursday on "We • Kept FW'" Will You'.' in the Glickfeld and m. afternoon. "New Privileges. retumed „, th( city witn hl? MS „. r and brother-inYork to spend he high holidays Fridav.-'W.ll You Keep **>* ^„ a five wee k tour of Canada. | law. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand, wit, his parents With" Us?-', in the afternoon. "Old Responsibilities" and Saturday. "Cfcd Has Faith in Us," n the afternoon "Permanent j Values." Cantor Bernard Eichenbaum assisted by a choir will chant the' SB*Wces. At D Both > : David. Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak Thursday on In Quest of Answer" and Fri. day jon, "The Summation-A New Answer" Cantor Joseph Malek ti will chant the services assisted by a choir. Rabbi Mose,s Mescheloff will speak Thursday at Beth Jacob on Trie World and the Jew" and Friday on The Jew in the World." Cantor Maurice Mamches, assisted by a choir, will chant the Mgriccs. Temple MMel services will be conducted Thuisday by Rabbi Colman A. Zvtfftman. who will speak OP "DaTtcness Over the Abyss and the Spirit of God." Friday evening both Rabbi Zwitman andVDr. Jacob H. Kaplan will omdrt services SerjJiJ||l wili^'be conducted at the Cbntfregation Jacob Joseph. i iate4 at 14tb and Euclid Ave.. Miami Beaeh,>oth mornings beginning at 7-:30 o'clock. A prominent cantor will chant the services. president has appointed as Chair men for the incoming year '.he following mi mbers and their committees: H. M. O. chairmin. Miss Artna Leah Rubin; Youth 'Afiyah chairman, Miss Lyl Chis'ling: Child Welfare chairman. Miss Ruth Rubin; J. N. F. chairman. Miss Charlotte Bee: Membership chairman. Miss Reggie Goldstein: Publicity chairman. Miss Diana Coopersmith; Hosipitality chairman. Miss Polly Gerson. • • • Mrs. Lazarus Lehrer returned to Key W( st after a three months' visit in New YorkShe was joined in Miami enroute to Key West by her husban


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7 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 vJkn **#' fk iriidliiciiin PAGE THIRTEEN A A jf NEW YEAR LETTER ON LIFE AND FAITH by RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD St. Petersburg. Fla. %  I W %  .. fore I hated life: because lispleased with the work : wrought under the sun: vanity and vexation <>f Ecclesiastes 2-11. life without faith? To o never knew any sorI whose path was never some calamity this ill have i P.ABBI A. S. KLEINFELD But those who tasted ttc rness of life i xperienced ... : ity have often asked them. "does life contain suffil good i" compensate for all • ...in harbors? Is its re%  ch enough to pay for the • g struggh %  the never anguish, the et< rnal vex%  • : spirit rhese are the that invo untai ilj come :• ;• im a breast overflowing rii : Thi usai I of I Llies, Jews and nun-Jews were deprived of the zest of life, lost their earthly possessions and thenfreedom, everything vanished like smoke, while injustice and falsehood struts along triumphantly. The power oi evil and tyrannj hold sway over the human heart and over human society, Seeing all this we become disheartened and we ask again what is life? What is wisdom: what is knowledge, and what is lame.' With Shakespeare we are apt to say: but a walk adow. a pi ior player, I [ruts his hour upon tin i by an idi Full ot sound and fury. M ques%  %  : %  rious ankind's history and • oth in the affirmaai ; .: thi gati' • und i rrors." Bui turning away mist, the grii : stricken, the %  and the .. again. What is the value of life? Faith, reason and ex pi rience all unite in giving us n ply: Life has a gn at value if you make it so. The value of life depends upon Us aims and ideals Life without Faith eventually brings destruction. A lifof irreligion and sin is a serious mistake I care not how learned and accomplished, how successful and well-to-do a man is. if he lives in rebellion against the will of Cod and shuts out Faith from his hi art. his life is wasted—a failure of failures. Without Faith, man is on a level witl. the brute. This. then, my friends, is my New Year's message to you. Life I with Faith is a precious boon which is intended for man in order that hi' may improve it, elevate it. and make It "a thing of beaut) and joy forever." I wish you to be impressed with the truth that life is neither a comedy nor a tragedy; that is neither a banqueting hall nor a dungeon; that it is rati.er a field where the industrious can sow %  ds and re a] and '•' %  hi >' %  indolent • : ing up about Tl e ir life i li d yarn, good and ill I • the ex this wi rid Nor : re the troul si rrows in the world today. But it I do desin to ei : : %  thai thesi is ah plenty ol especially for those n the Unit States of A erica %  '• hose c land for I i all loyal and law Faith -inde you through the and thorny pal f e sisti nci li ci nclusion. let me relate to vou an old Arabian legend: King Nunrod one day summoned his three sons and ordered three urns under seal to be set before them; one was gold, the other <>f amber, the third of clay The king bade the oldest of his sons to choose that which appears to contain the treasure of greatest price He chose the vase of gold upon which was written EMPIRE, opened it and found It full Of blood. The .second took the vase of amber on which was written the word GLORY, opened it and found it full ol the ashes of nan who made a great sensation in life The third took thi claj vase remaii it and found it empty, but on the bottom the pott. : scribed the name ol G asked the king of his The men ol ambition replied the vase of Mold. The pets and conquerors saal the amber one. but the sages pointed to the empty vase because a single letter of the name of God was of more weight than the entire globe Yisroel I 'tach badonoy, O Israel, choose then faith in God. Take the vase that contains your happiness and comfort through the vicissitudes of life, l.'shonoh Tovu Tikosevu. May God grant US A Happy and Happier New NEW YEAR GREETINGS AUTO LOCK & SUPPLY CO '304 IM. E SECOND AVE. MIAMI. FLORIDA I BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BECK'S GARAGE 1132 Fifteenth Street • Miami Beach. Fla. PHONE 5-1422 A HAPPY NEW YEAR .... QUALITY .... CUSHMAN BAKING CO. 1310 West Flagler Street THE SOUTHS NEWEST AND FINEST BAKERY NEW YEAR GREETINGS INGMAN MOTORS R. B. INGMAN =64-72 S. W. Eighth St. Telephone 3-4671 NEW YEAR GREETINGS HARRISON PHOTO LABORATORIES 3030 N. W. 8th Ave. PHONE 2-3739 c. w. KISTLER CO. CONGRESS BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA TELEPHONE 2-5154 MORTGAGE LOANS 5 to 6 Per Cent %  HAPPY NEW YEAR! BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR T C. H. LYNE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. %  T 105-109 N. W. 5th Street Phone 2-5840 It is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Good Wishes ior a HAPPY NEW YEAR THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEN J. KINCAID Life Insurance & Annuities 407 First Natl. Bank Bldg. PHONE 3-8489 %  HAPPY NEW YEAR HAWKINS I Rug Cleaners • ORIENTALS OUR SPECIALTY • Mothproofing and Repairing 0 N. E. 39th St. —Phone 7-6398 GREETINGS: HALCYON PHOTO FINISHING | Specialists in Fine Gram Devel oping and "Candid" Camera Finishing I HALCYON ARCADE ROOMS 275.6-7 PHONE 2 3984 Ha|>|>> SeM Year To All Our Friends A. I. TOBirs EAST COAST FISH MARKET WEST FLAGLER STREET-AT THE BRIDGE EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR .... A HAPPY NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR That the coming year may be one of great Plenty and happiness for all our Jewish Fnends and Patrons is the sincere wish of IXIE TIRE tj> "., MIAMI J?? GREETINGS Cn The New Year \MtKic\i\ B \\h WDIHISI COMPANY L ':;...... '-" %  Leo Re Jent



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%  a PAGE TWENTY-SIX fJenisti ihrkHkun FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 JEWiSH PEOPLE SEARCH 01 SOUL by RABBI MANUEL GREENSTEIN West Palm Beach. Florida Rosh Hashono is at hand. Another year will scon have spun its thread on the loom of time ciiinc a part ol the undis: pattern ol Jewish life. Si 01 the J> wish people as m centuries of years will gather in its sanctuaries to bid farewell to a departing year and to greet |i n %  song and I r i .. n of the new yeai laj marks a crossroad for • wish people when it | to take note of the turn ol evi nts. .. .,'.1 the occurrence s passing year, and to take ., mental journey into an uncerand untried future. The world has always viewed that re with apprehension, with leep sense of uncertainty. and perhaps the Jewish people will tmd a messagi ol hope and faith m the midst of discouragi ment and despair, hopelessness and confusion. Perhaps it will realize anew, as it has don.' for centuries in the past that the great Judgi ol all times, our Father in Heavi n. will not torit in its most despairing moment. At the junction of the old and the new year the Jewish people, as n enters into us synagogue and temples will search its own soul, and will evaluate in light of its own thought the status of the affairs of men in general, and its own destiny in particular. A panorama of world conditions will flash by. and passing before n will be the scenes ol the widespread destitution, the murderous assault upon nations and peoples, the inner disintegration which is threatening to undermine the very foundations ot civilization. It will not fail to note with despair its own threatened destruction, and it will soon oehold the precanousness of its own life which is more distress1 mg than it has ever been before. [it will realize quickly that in tne train ol a world war conies ail that is hateful to the human Heart and the Jew is always the napless victim of this sinister combination of evils. UnorganIZI d and defenseless he is a prey to all hate and fear of uncivilized nations. The Jewish people will seek on us New Years day a glimpse ol hope in the many discordant notes rising trom tar and near, it will seeK a buoy tor its spirit enable it to face whatever may come in tne course ol the nporary atiairs. it will atK mpt to inn rpr I the world despairing svati in the light ol its universal aspect, ana gather thereirom an altitude ol mind witn wnich it will be able to the tuture courageously, ti is judgement aay according to the J< wisn tradition wnen Ood i onsidi ithe good and evil oi nun and decrees accordingly. Nations, too. come under ttlS scrutiny and it IS "decreed wnicn countries are destined lor the sword and wnicn for peace, which for famine and wlncn for pll liiv .' 'llle Jewish people mid in its Kosh Hashono service a deeper faith in the ultimate righteousness ol the ways ol i.oa it will realize on this hosn Hashono tnai tne present contusion has its meaning and purpose It will gather greater laith from the despair and discouragement. Like the hero of Shalom Asch's fine classic Klddush Hashem who out of his deep despair came forth With a more proiound faith, so will the Jewish people find faith in the tragedy which is its own. The hero, 'a victim of the Ghemelnicki perecutions appears shattered and broken, bereft of all that was dear unto him. In this mood he walks into the market place in Lublin. He sees an old man standing before an empty booth crying his wares. -What are you selling'.' Is not your booth empty'.'" he asked the merchant, to which the old man replied. "I sell faith." So will the Jewish people enter in to its synagogues and temples to gather deeper faith from its intense tragi dy. It will catch from out of the chaos and confusion a fresh vision of the meaning and the indispensableness of faith Then truly will it cry out in the words of the Psalmist. "From I, pth have I called Thee, o God." Human nature is si con stituted that when man is comfortable and sustained by favoring circumstances, he can be %  without localise to Until. without thinking deeply about human problems, but when despair comes upon him, the soul Ol the man stands lonely and (CONTINUED ON PAGE 31) GREETINGS MR. AND MRS. A. W. HOOVER and The NATIONAL TITLE CO. Huntington Building BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I s I T DR. ABRAHAM WOLFSON and THE SPINOZA FORUM Miami Beach, Florida WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A HAPPIER NEW YEAR T MR. and MRS. HARRY S1RKIN BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR WEAVER WIRE PROOUCTS CO. PHONE 72644 2715 N. W. 62nd Street GREETINGS ACE MATTRESS CO. 156 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 3-2778 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR To My Many Jewish Friends and Patrons ROY R. WELTON W EL T O N INSURANCE AGENCY LANGFORD BUILDING PHONE 3 8658 SHDLEM LODGE FELICITATIONS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 32) powers, through a medium which commands respect, if for no other reason than because ol us potency and numerical strength. Today, therefore, as We approach this New Year, although we may have sympathy and hope for oar brethren across Lhi sea. yet we lure can look forward to tomorrow with gr< iti r optimism for the lives of our brethren. We can give prayc r to EEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR RAY WRIGHT AUCTIONEER PHONE 2-2860 For An Auction Use The "WRIGHT WAY" the Lord who has enabled us to band together that we may with strength go forward into the New Year with renewed hop, and happiness. It is with the sincerest pleasure and honor, as President of Sholem Lodge No. 1024 of B'nai B'rith. Miami. Florida, that greetings to ill the world is tend" d for a Happy New Year with the deepest of gratitudi the Peace afforded us during this past year. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS A MOST IIAIM'V NEW YEA! MARTIN F. VEGUE and ASSOCIATES L. M. ANDERSON DENTAL SUPPLY CO. Huntington Building PHONE 2-4195 HAPPY NEW YEAR GULF PRODUCTS Nice Clean Rest Rooms Cars Called for and Delivered ELSASSER'S SERVICE STATION 7791 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 7.9296 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. I A WEISS AND 1 10 1 FAMILY til Sll',-,1 MIAMI IlKAl'H PHONE 5-5501 TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDSMAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY G. M. C. TRUCK CO. RICHARD H. DONOVAN, Manager PHONE 3-3347 1720 N. E. 2nd AVE. SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR GRAHAMS DAIRY PHONE 8-2151 HAPPY NEW YEAR To My Many Jewish Friends and Patrons WILSON'S DRUG STORE Phone 8 2212 201 Palm Ave. SEASONS GREETINGS To My Many Frends CARROL TURNER i Turner's Sport Shop I Sincere Wishes FOR THE NEW YEAR LIONEL E. AND DONALD E. LEVEY TOPS-ALL ROOFING TILE MFG. CO. PHONE 8-2525 3333 N. W. S. River Drive Phone 2-6937 40 S. E. 1st St. | We Take Great Pleasure in Wishing Our Many Jewish Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR And May You Have Abundant Happiness and Prosperity GRINNELL'S BUTTER CRUST PIE SHOP PHONE 2-8572 1731 N. W. 34th STREET SEASON'S GREETINGS To My Many Jewish Friends JOHN S. MAGLEY SHENANDOAH CANDY KITCHEN PH-iNE 4-4241 514 S. W. 22nd Avenue NEW YEAR GREETINGS William Homa ESTATE COUNSELOR LIFE INSURANCE. BUSINESS INSURANCE ANNUITIES The Mutual Benefit Liie Insurance Co. of Newark. N. I. PHONE 3-7395 1514 CONGRESS BLDG. NEW YEAR GREETINGS MAULE INDUSTRIES BUILDER'S SUPPLIES COMPLETE LINE OF MASTERS BUILDERS WATERPROOFINGS AND CONCRETE HARDENERS 1136 N. W. 21st AVE.—PHONE 4 7656 OJUS. FLORIDA—PHONE 2-8406 1760 PURDY AVE.. MIAMI BEACH—PHONE 5-4663 NEW YEAR GREETINGS L. & H. MILLER CO. 38 YEARS IN ALL TYPES OF CONSTRUCTON NO BUILDING TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL "BUILDERS OF ANYTHING" 1632 PENN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-4816 %  • BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR STATE-WIDE EXTERMINATING CO. 1755 N. W. 77th Street PHONE 7-3424 Free Termite Inspection SEASON'S GREETINGS Schaaf Preserving Co., Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 iGREETINGS NEVER-SAG STUDIO COUCH COMPANY 1242 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida PHONE 3-4801 • %  I M %  • I



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PAGE THIRTY-TWO V'Jkn isti Ifk radii iiin FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 P II ft I ri\/l nnPr and darkness. Even in these 1 H il I iM I <-i r days "' s ca,led modern civiliU II U L L iVl L U [ ,) U L :atioi millions of our people in FELICITATIONS other parts of the world are sufby J. ARON ABBOTT President B'nai B'rith For hundreds ol years it has %  ii the custom of our people to exchange greetings on New Years day and to wish each < %  111 er good luck, good health and Happy Days for the coming yi ar As this is true with ind mils, so H may well be by an organization of such people, to them by their officers, and from it's officers in behalf of its membership to the Jewish people of the community. Recently, we were fortunate in increasing our membership to 1.000 sironi;. This represents a complete cross-section of Jewry of Greater Miami, representing reform, conservative and Orthodox groups, as well as the wealthy, the poor, those born here, and elsewhere. From time immemorial, our people have been beset by tragic circumstances, with divers obstacles, with force, with hunger J. ARON ABBOTT fering. crying out their woes and their needs in a heart-rending manner to a sympathetic, listening world, unable to lend tin in any assistance. And yet, we who live on these 1 L_ GOOD WISHES TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR A. "PAT" CANNON IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. 222 N. W. 2Sth Street PHONE 2-37C5 T. W. MILLS A. H. BECKER A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL FLORIDA BUILDERS' SERVICE, Inc. 33 N. E. First Avenue Phn-.e 3-8411 Sincere Wishes to Our Manv Jewish Friends and Patrons FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Start Your New Year Riqht—Be Wise—Economize With INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS EAST COAST EQUIPMENT CO. 1228 S. W. Firs* Street PHONE 2-0591 enlightened shores, live and breathe freely; ntitU.l to a tree press, free speech and freedom of religion; congregate, praj and meet both for our own pleasure, as well as for the purpose ol devising means ol serving our people. It is to God. the refore. that we give profound thanks for these rights and privilege s. On this day of introspection and retrospection, we are caused to more fully realize thai the daj of the theory of assimilation has long since passed; that whether we will it or not. we are recognized as a group, be it minority or otherwise, and as such rise or fall in public opinion is such a group or people. Do, s it not. therefore, behoove us, whether for our mutual benefit or pleasure, or whither because of the stark realization of these great forces existing in the world today, to k sir. ngth. Strength from man power, strength from the total value of the minds and the forces of the combined efforts of men interested in the affairs of the world and of our people today. What body of men. what or ganization. what group, among our peopli can best serve such purpose betti r than B'nai B'rith'.' An organization, international in scope, with its heart implanted in the heart of the greati si ocracy on < arth and with its ii s < ,\t< nding to the four i rs of tne earth. What or. II.HI can serve its pi ople, i 1, r of what crci d or birthplace or financial si m the eommunitj. bettt-i B'nai B'rith! Today, in our community only is tin re afforded a m ol i.\or. ssion to our own as well as to others; to ) .CONTINUED ON PAGE Z; SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN j r ) i I I I I I I i I I ) i i i I I MR. AND MRS. MAURICE LEVIN AND SON SEYMOUR OF | THE PRESIDENT HOTEL WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  DOLLY MADISON DAIRIES. INC. Extends Sincere Wishes To Their Many Jewish Friends and WISH YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. MORTON FAGAN and DAUGHTER SUNSHINE of the i i T FLORIDA FUEL OIL, INC. 950 NORTHWEST 73rd STREET PHONE 7 1663 NEW YEAR GREETINGS EMBRY-RIDDLE FLYING SCHOOL Fliqht Instructors to U. S. Government—Municipal Airport CUB—STINSON—LYCOMING Sea Plane Base County Causeway PHONE 8-2479 A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALEXANDER ORR, Jr., INC. MIAMI 218 N. E. 6th STREET MIAMI BEACH 1122 16th STREET •_ i i PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT 26S N. E. Second Street V Extend to All Their Friends and Fr.trons Pest Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS MORRIS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACK I I I I I i i i i i i i i i i j •A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS K W PAINT PRODUCTS. INC. Manufacturers of Quality Paints Varnishes Enamels Florida Faints 938 N. E. First Aven-e Phone 2-5625 \9 if Happy Ncui tt r a r J* 0 I 1 [il N wishing you a happy New Year, The Herald hopes for you every possible blessing that the New Year can bring to you 1 1 I i i i i I i i i i j i 1 h r Jtt in mi 3i rr rt I & FLORIDA S MOST COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Associated Press—United Press—International News Service Wired Photos (Ins. and Wide World) \ ,-r


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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 ^Jewisi Ifl'i irHdii^nn PAGE SEVENTEEN -* u ( -1 u I NEW YEAR MESSAGE by I EVERETT R. CLINCHY I (Director the National Confer{ lence of Christians and Jews | CONTINUED FROM PAGE 16) H a t ,.. |,i Judaism alive. i arl "I Judaism is a kind ol the Spirit. In that and. Christians join Jews By exhibiting an faith and I y working j for the knul of society ious ople want in the States, we can take the % %  from opponents • Ji tnd Chrisin the pr< sent crisis work for national unity Protestants, Catholics and to fi sti r cooperam< mbers ol their matters ol %  immon the in as citizens. This • the National Conference f C risl ians and J< ws is doing g .\i ry citizen to do During this period of world disimp< rative that we lo achieve the brother%  an undi r the Father: God in our own land. ., rallying call should be unity mi ans national h is just as necessary to deurselves from attack withfi MI without. One who .Hi's tn defame any group ol our citizenry, who attempts to cast suspicion upon the honor or honi sty or patriotic devotion of thi members ol any religious or racial nr<>up or implies that any group is superior or inferior to any other Kn.up. should be regarded as not only traitorous to ui American institutions, but as •rmg with the effective mo" bilization of our people into a united front America has an important mission m the world. This mission ito demonstrate that a p. ople "I' many different strain racial and religious origins can live and work together in amity arid understanding, and that we can maintain and perfect tinproci ssi n| di in..i racy even in a world which holds them in ht''' Bard It is therefore our most important internal task to resist any efforts to nullify or vitiate democratic processes, ami to ii dedicate ourselves with rent wed vigor to achieving closer understanding and cooperation among members of every faith and group. This task has long rang well MS shorl term, implications. We must think not only in trims ol' this war period hut in terms riod nf reconstruction •"' r thi war W< musl achieve a human relations pattern which is an example to tin .v< r d Wi must make certain that during ; riod ol stn ss and tension I" ri is no setback to the ^ I will efforts which we havi been working for during tin past fifteen years On the contrary, because nerves are irritable and '.impels short these days we must work harder than ever before tn ci.at.' better understanding. This is the common task of Jews and Christians today ami the Jews have a splendid contribution to make to it. A PfJAYEfi FOR THE M YEAR by RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER May the Father of Mercies. who dwelleth on high in His RABBI KELLNER mighty compassion, remember those loving upright and blameless ones, the holy congregations who laid down their lives for the sanctification of the divine name. At this solemn moment when We stand on the threshold of a new year and tune our hearts to our Father in Heaven, pouring forth to Him thi tale i'i our soul. this prayer of sublime beauty is panicularly appropriate. While every individual is primarily concerm d v. tth the welfare and happiness of bis own beloved ones, praying mosl vently for their salvation, we must not for a moment lose sight of the fact that a Jew never prays for himself alone, his implorations to his Cod are always m behalf ol his fellow Jews and fellow nun. Ovenu Malkenu—We plead repeatedly. Our Father. Our Kmy. help us, not merely help me.*' Si i when we send forth our supplications for a happy ami blessed New Year, we pray especially lor our suffering brethren who once again are die victims of all the physical and spiritual terror of the dark Middle Agi Av Horachamim. Father of Mercies look down from Thy ho!y Habitation from Heaven and see how your Childn n are BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BON TON CLEANERS R L. DAUGHERTY Mnm Office ana Plant 637 N. W. FIFTH AVENUE once more subji ct( d to t %  man tortun s and suff< rings I >ur in religionists in tinclutchi s o! Nazi dominal cruell standing di :i ns< i' .-%  Stly and o\i i jority. In their i I] tai they raise their sorrowful eyes unto Thee, A'.Horachamim. Tin s. monstrous desci nd of Teutonic ancestry do but illustrate the "furor telllonn us. the beastly instincts of wild ar.CONTINUED ON PAGE !*, C. L. CLEMENTS GENERAL INSURANCE 1111 Lincoln Road Phone 5 3413 EXTENDS GREETINGS A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL V/ARREN WEBSTER LEE REAL ESTATE 225 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7 2622 Miami. Fla. SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH ERIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR j MIAMI ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. Inc I ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. L. MARCUS CO. 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7 PAGE TWENTY-FOUR Je w is ft Ifhiriidliiciiin FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940 MESSAGE Of HOPE FGRTHENEWYEAR (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 21) Herzl, of Jewish descent but entirely unknown in Jewish life. This pathetic scene touches him so deeply and so profoundly that he goes away determined to defend the honor of his people, and in a while heal, gives poetic embodiment to the Old Zion dream in Jewish life. Simultaneously, a leader and a movement springs forth destined to open a new chapter in Jewish history. For Herzl. the founder of modern Zionism, accomplished a two-fold purpose He gave a new hope to thousands of Jewish people and he sanctified Jewish suffering, saying. "Jus: as the poet weaves songs out of his own pain, so shall we prepare from out of our own suffering the redemption of mankind in whose service we are." Thest five dramatic moments five links in the golden chain of Jewish history, It 11 the the power of Rome, four the eyes of catastrophe. We havi Rabins taken captive and sent succeeded in surviving because into exile, a flourishing Jewish never in all history has catas'.rucommunity expelled from Spain, phi' been accepted as the fatal a whole Jewish community in conclusion Just as we dare not Eastern Europe crushed and dobelieve that the world is : onV'italized. a Dreyfus insulted and demncd to destruction, that its humiliated — who could foresee humanity has lost its potency: even a ray of hope in any of these that civilization will succumb situations'' And yet every event to barbarism, so we refuse to acwas destined to open a new door cept the darkness of tins day .1of hope in Jewish life. It is inthe everlasting climate of the deed, a message of undying failii j Jewish people and humanity. that these lessons in Jewish hisj This note of hope Rosh Hashveloping tory bring to our people. Enono teaches us. Thi> awe-mspircouraged by these inspiration >1 moments, we should never become the victims of doub' and ing season teaches us that what we need in our human life at this moment both Jew and Chrisdespair even in the darkest pertian, is less fear and mole faith: lods of our life but should conless passion and more compastinue to voice the luminous .'onsion; less selfishness and more viction of the Psalmist. "Weepselfessness; less helplessness and ing may tarry for the night bomore helpfulness: less hatred joy cometh in the morning.' that separates men and more And yet in the gravest period 'ove that unifies men Then of our history with evil ramwill the sorrow ol mankind unite pant, bent on forcibly excluding us ;llul ,lu vision of our millions from many lands in which diate common happiness keep us determined THE NEW YEAH (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 171 cestors. History records that they were fashioning drinking cups from, the skulls of their dead at the time when our ancestors were expounding and dethe most ethical code of human conduct of all time.: "Av Horachamim." With tears in our eyes do we look up unto Thy heavenly abode and ask you to take into account the innocent blood of Thy humble servants. "Av Horachamim," we arc steadfastly clinging unto Thee and hopmg for Thy boundless mercy. In this faith we cannot be shaken neither by persuasion nor by threat. We are firmly BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All our Jewish Frii iLONDON HAT & SHOE SERVICE NICHOLAS K. BETINIS 177 West Flagler Street GREETINGS WILLIAM MAHER we are living: with the springs of renewed hatred and prejudice gushing forth again and inundating all Europe, we utter our words to Jews scattered die world over: "Do not despair: is such cease not to hope for redemption nts that render Jewish histhrough the power of righteoustory a story stranger than fieness." For despair would be the tion. Some people may not see ultimate sin, So long as we in these episodes only sheer costand up against attack with resincidence; other may see in them olute faith, the destroyers i, the irony of fate. To me. they powerless, Thousands may fall. rev, al the finger of God in Jewcrushed under the feet ol barish history, for the remarkable barians: the work of generations thing about all these incidents may be destroyed: but faith in is the unexpected suddenness survival is the essence of resisttogether: then, indeed, will we have a "Shnas I.i—Alter Li— Chayim Tovim." Life and Happiness to all Israel and Humanity. markable example < %  ( our holy ancestors We sul mit our pit i unti> Thee for a speedy redem] tion from our miseries fur the greater glory "i Thy Name Av Horachamim. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS JACK ADELMAN STEEL 52 NORTH EAST 25th STREET PHONE 3-4088 YARD BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlmar. and Family and JOE'S BROADWAY DELICATESSEN 1425 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH a nee. fense. The It is the keystone of dei long suffering ook into and despair and each epi iode turns out to be a new sour e of hope and inspiration. A Rabbi The heirs of Yochnan Ben Zakki submitting and farseeing people BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. B. TAIT ACCOUNTANT 8015 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami + — JARRETT COFFEE COMPANY ROASTERS AND PACKERS OF COFFEES AND TEAS 507 Northwest Miami Court Phone 2-2174 WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR + HAPPY NEW YEAR from the of Greater Miami and its AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS COMPRISING: J Y. M. H. A. Y. W. H. A. BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LOUIS YOUR HAIRDRESSER 231 Halcyon Arcade No. 4 Phone 2-155 3 MIAMI. 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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 vjewist ffcricfiaun PAGE NINETEi:; X A PALESTINE CARRIES ON i hy LOUIS LIPSKY I I National Co-Chaiiman, United Palestine Appeal I The Great War which will made prisons for the Jews in ma ke or break modern civilizaevery corner of continental Eunon spreads with an almost irrope. Palestine, the haven and resistible force and covers the the homeland, must also serv* arger part of Europe. Also as the vessel in which Jewish Palestine, the land of Jewish life continues to develop norhope, is at war. Several bombmally. uninterruptedly. It takes raids have occurred and in over, more and more, the brokL COLONIZATION CONTINUES IN PALESTINE Comparable community of Jews T n any part of the world. The trials of war are not new to the Jews of Palestine. They had their baptism >> %  tire during the Arab disturbances. In the four years of bitter attack beginning in April. 1936. the Jews were subject! d to a period of challenge in which their resources and courage were put to the severest test. Tin Jewish community emerged with its strength consolidated and industrial life acclimated to weather all storms. The Yishuv has learned to maintain its normal lift'. It adheres to its constructive program in the face of adverse and abnormal conditions, in the fact of events that shake the whole world. The s.lf-sufficiency developed in the days of disorder j NEW YEAR GREETINGS ; TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS I lEDITH & FRITZI I ??1S N"-th Miami Avenue SHRIMP LOBSTERS GERMAN SPECIALTIES has steeled it and given it experil nee t'> adjust itself t>i the economic dislocations and the commercial and industrial interruptions resulting from the outbreak of war. The heroic self-defense groups organized by Jewish settlers to maintain the work of colonization are the nucleus of the defense of Jewish Palestine today. The new loads made to improve communications between Jewish areas, to reach new colonies in outlying districts, are now valuable aids in the defense of the entire country. While rural life and agriculi ture are the backbone of the economic structure of the JewiCONTINED ON PAGE 22) New Year's Greetings To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons MIAMI COAL & OIL COMPANY, Inc. 1100 N. W. 22nd Street Miami. Fla. Phone 2-7896 NEW YEAR GREETINGS M. F SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY INGRAHAM BUILDING MIAMI SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I DADE MILLWORK AND LUMBER CO. 1)9 N. W. 14th Tn Phone 2-2664 'I' BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR IV.p.ir the fan IIKH Palotine iin ili.theatre of ar. Hprogiani ..f iiiuiii%  ration, roloniialion and rebuilding ha> I n continued without interruption through the aid of the United Paleatina Appeal, which li a participant together with the Joint Distribution Committee an.I National Refugee. Service in the United Jewish Appeal fr Refugee! an.I Oversell Need. Ilii plioio i a tceiM in a new colony founded lince the beginning of the preaeni conflict, one of the I'ft.i agricultural settlement* elablihed by the Palestine Foundation Fund and the Jewish National Fund which are combined in die I niled Palestine Appeal. An additional group of fifteen colonies ha? been planned for the next ix months to provide homes for Jewish refuged arriving from nines of distress in Furope. the near future it may Be We target of more severe attack But not all of Palestine's ploughshares have been beaten into swords. Courageous young pioneers are armed and ready to d battle for the Homeland and the cause of democracy; but %  rmal life goes on The building of the Homeland continues. With the crumbling of the foundations of Jewish life in European lands. ].hc Jewish community in Palestine has become • guardian of the creative spirit of our people and of the limited field of its freedom. New i tto walls, forced labor and concentration camp have en fragments that escape Nazi destruction. I do not believe that speculation or prophecy as to the outcome of the present world conflict should enter into our consideration here of the daily life of 500.000 Jews in Palestine. who are better prepared by sacrifice and experience to face a serious crisis than any other liltKKTI.NiiH V. H. NELLENBOGEN Architect NEW YEARS GREETINGS TO OUR GOOD JEWISH FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS MRS. NATT'S BAKERY 55 N W 36th STREET PHONE 7:950 HAPPY NEW YEAR REILLY TILE CO. "Artists in Tile Setting" PHONE 2 3928 2208 N. W. 7th Avenue A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR M. B. NEWMAN CO.. Inc. duPont Building Phone 3-3658 i ifl I 925 Lincoln Road-Mi.imi I PHONE 5 2450 NEW YEAR GREETINGS GEO. LaVIGNE F i. F r T R i r 176 N E. 2C*.h Street HAPPY NEW YEAR j j MIAMI SANDWICH CO. j I i i 917 N. E Fiett Avenue | MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY INC. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH I A HAPPY NEW YEAR I i Miller-Mundy, Inc. { AUTO RENTALS PHONE 5.1013 | MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY CO. E. W. CARTER 2049 N. W. 2nd Avenue MIAMI GREETINGS ROBBINS WAREHOUSING and DIST. CO. 1109 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-0480 A Most Happy NEW YEAR McARTHUR JERSEY DAIRY FARM. Inc. 169 N. E. 62nd Street Phone 7-1667 Miami. Fla. •!• W. G. LUNNEY TILE CO. Tile Work of Every Description Phone 5 2261 1111 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH %  BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I 4 l SCOTT-PERRY CORP. 704 LANGFORD BUILDING DAN B. 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rdW PAGE SIXTEEN %  fJewisf fhrkttan FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1340 THE GALL OF THE SHOF H by RABBI P. ZISSMAN St. Augustine. Fla. let us pray to God that this mad man ol Europe. Hitler, shall be destroyed. He shall receive the same as Haman. And the ones who are fighting for righteousni ss and liberty shall win. May this New Year bring us a year of life and prosperity. May the words of the prophet be fulfilled. And God will thee from the four conv .., | the earth and bring thee homeland, Palestine. I wish all the members i congregation and all my t"i all over Florida. HASHi N V TAVOH A Happy New \ FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT A ROSH HASHONAH MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TO AMERICAN JEWRY • • • THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON I feel confident that true Americans of every creed will join wholeheartedly with me in my greeting of those of Jewish faith upon the celebration of the Jewish New Year, and will re-echo my wish that each day of the coming year may witness some slight advancement on the road towards a more decent humanity. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT The blowing the Shofar during the morning services in the synagogue during the two days of Rosh Hashonah constitutes the most prominent feature of observance of our Jewish Now Year Holiday. The Shofar is usually mad.of the horn of the Ram. and not of the cow or ox because of the golden calf incident. The revelation at Mount Sinai is described as having boon ace m panied with the blast of the Shofar. The sacrifice of Isaac is the most striking example of loyalty and implicit faith and is frequently referred to in the service of the day not merely because it was to have occurred on Rosh Hashonah. but because wi hope to benefit by the noble act on the par: of our for* faun r Abraham who was about to i the sacrifice The reason the Sh far is usually made of a ram's hern is to emphasize the incident more strongly since il was the ram that was finally of%  I by Abraham inst< .>d of his son The sound of the Shofar on New Year's Pay is intended to emphasize the solemnity of the occasion and to call for a searcl ing examination of our deeds and conduct during the past year The old year is none and a New Year is being ushered in. What use have we madeol our time? How did we spend the life given to us? The Shofar reminds us of the real purpose of life, Now in this day of Yom Hadin, in the day of Judgment. let us be united in our synagogues and our organizations. We must respect our leaders and support our congregations as il it written in the Pan k separate thyself from the Congregation." Every Jew must belong to a synagogue because the gue of each city is the place ol athi rings anil it is .hat winch is doing much .: us united. We show our enemies that w, are living in brotherly love and thai we have our r< ligion and Judaism in our heart. Now when Israel and civilization are facing this terrible war MAY ALL ENIOY A NEW YEAR REPLETE WITH HAPPINESS FRED HOWLAND, Inc. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Postal Building That the New Year May Be Full of Joy and Happiness Is the Sincere Wish of MR. AND MRS. FRANK KATZ Operators of UNITED KOSHER MARKET 166 N. W. FIFTH ST. PHONE 3-227C I Where the Finest in FRESH POULTRY and QUALITY I WESTERN BEEF. Strictly Kosher, may be had j at Very Reasonable Prices I I I I L MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING HAPPINESS, JOY AND PROSPERITY TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS AND TO ALL JEWRY Schrager's Inc. 1001 WEST FLAGLER STREET 1836 S. W. THIRD AVENUE HIGHEST TYPE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY ii OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR NEHI BOTTLING CO. 540 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-6287 BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR :ill LOUIS RIFAS HYI. AND RIFAS AND THE JUWE DAIRY BEST CREAMERV 'BUTTER. Miami Title & Abstract Co 41 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE EXTEND TO ALL SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR i 1



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PAGE TWELVE ^ Jew islh IThiriidliiaiin FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940 THE SHOFAR PEACE by RABBI ADOLPH BURGER Tampa. Florida Whatever may happen t" a religious man he will say "Clam zoo I'tovah," "Even this is for good."' When blessings apparently unmixed come to us. hardly a comment is heard, for the reason that all recognize these to be blessings. Only when disasti r comes, when our bodies suiter, and our mmds are distressed dees faith %  its gentle rays and saj "Is re a dark spot that I can illumine, is there a heart that I must cheer?" En times when doubt arises when thick gloom covers the nations, then is required that optimism which says "Even this is for good."" A year will end its curses, a year will begin bringing blessings and what blessings can there be, save Peace? Aye, we must have peaee. and that peace must be universal, world wide now we feel the need of sueh a peace more than ever when we see so many nations ruined because of war. Nations are putting en the armor of war awaiting tiie reveille, which says. •Today you are marching against ,vour enemies." Would that the day draw nigh when the Shofar would call out. "Hear ye. peoples, ye have now To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances A mo-t Happy New Year CLAYTON APARTMENTS 1336 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-8871 i become the army of the Living Clod, whose will is that humanity should live and not die. Therefore cease to tear down and destroy—rather build ye up and cause to live. Why do you spend your labor for naught'.' Why do you devote your physical energies and your mental powers to the undoing of one another's work'.' Is there nothing to which all of you. united by a common understanding and good intentions to one another, can consecrate thes,powers and energies'.' Was il for this that I made man. placing him about the earth thai he might rule all creation? On this day. the memorial of that creation I cause my Shofar to he blown to remind you tiiat as of Israel of old I said "they are my servants" so of all the sons of man "All of them shall be made into one band t' do M\ Will." Th< reforc the Shofar exclaims "Shaproo Maasaychem" beautify your deeds and works, not Intrenches, not by cannon, not by bombers, not by submarines, bul by the resolve that peace must i>e achieved, a lasting peace, whereby it shall lie possible for the earth to yield us best products for the soul of man to develop in wholesome fashion. GREETINGS FROM THE I j MIAMI CONSERVATORY 1 WOMEN'S CLUB BUILDING 17.:: N. lioVKhni-i l>rlv< i (Studios: Miami Beach. Shenandoah PHONE 2-5835 j L r | GREETINGS | i I J. V. HARDEMAN & CO. j ( Insurance All Lines I GREETINGS D. E. LINARDY FLOORING CO. All Grades of HARDWOOD FLOORING Furnished. Laid. Sanded and Finished 35 N. E. 26th Street PHONE 3-4726 2*4 Congress Building PHONE 3 4667 r i i -. I NEW YEARS GREETINGS V. J. HOECHERL COMPANY PAINTING CONTRACTORS Licensed. Bonded and Insured 801 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 3-3317 %  '382 N. E. 8th AVENUE PHONE 7-1235 RABBI and MRS. A. GOLDEN and FAMILY | EXTEND Their Best Wishes for A | Happv. Healthy and | Prosperous New Year |to the Jewish Community iMiami and Miami Beach (particular, and to the Hoi of Israel qenerally MR. and MRS. H. L. GREEN and the CAPITOL DRESS SHOP 244 N. Miami Avenue Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. RICHARD KIEHNEL EXTEND BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR 1 I I M GREETINGS CARL F. LAMBERT Utility Engineer and Consultant 810 Biscayne Building MIAMI, FLORIDA i i i i i i j J SINCEREST GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. 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First Street Phone 2-7308 Extend Sincere Wishes for „, ( A HAPPY NEW YEAR ft BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 4 CARLEY T. SMITH TRANSFER LET US UNLOAD YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEMS 246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE Phone 2 2655 Nite Phone 2 6454 MIAMI. FLORIDA / NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS To the readers of The Jewish Floridian and may the New Year be replete with Happiness TAMIAMI TILE COMPANY SOUTHERN DISTRIBUTORS WALLS. FLOORS Venczel TILES ACCESSORIES 1106 S. W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-6758 SINCERE WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I I I I SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 56 West Flaqler St. Phone 2-7443 Miami 509 Collins Ave Phone 5 2648 Miami Beach I I i l i i i i :: %  %  THE AMERICAN OIL COMPANY WISHES YOU A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR AMERICAN • • • • M • • • •



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1 > fc _PAGE FIFTY EIGHT •*Jkn lsi> fkurkUai) FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 i. •A THOUSAND YEARS TO COME" from PIERRE VAN PAASSEN In this splendid, poignant analysis of catastrophic conditions which from day to day assume greater significance as a problem no longer remote and restricted to another part of the world but one which vitally concerns our own country Pierre van Paassen noted journalist, author and lecturer, presents conclusions based on his own observations and exoeriences—The Editor. O Twenty years ago. when 1 was ny amJ wQe feU th;U our a young reporter going :>> ami Christian civilization had not onfro in Europe ami Asia for the ly failed bul that in tolerating old New York World, and visted such abject conditions it had exthe Polish cities for the first 9** itself to cruel attack and time. 1 was so overcome by the ;1 threat of ultimate destruction destitution and the misery that That was twenty and fifteen I saw and tl'.at I felt in towns and ten ami five years ago. For like Warsaw and Kalisch and I went back many times, and Lemberg and Lodz that 1 exeach time that 1 returned to pressed the opinion, in one of those god-forsaken haunts ot my dispatches, that in that land, semi-barbarism I saw that the in so far as the Jews were eonsituation had grown worse. 1 received, human life had sunk to alized then that I had been its lowest possible level. I could wrong the first time. Still groatnot imagine that life could be deer misery was possible, still more graded still further, to lower and more abject humiliation depths For m that country the could be inflicted on the Jewish Jews seemed to have been people. 1 say inflicted, because robbed of the last vestige of hu1 grew convinced, as I returned man dignity. There, in those again and again, that it was not rabbit warrens of the ghettos a question of an act of Clod those labyrinthal mazes of pov' ir an ineluctible evil like a natPIERRE VAN PAASSEN ural disaster, but that it was design. There was cool scheming and calculation m maintaining and constantly accentuating die sub-human living conditions for the Jews And then Hitler took over Poland. And now there are no mole words to describe the appalling Condition of the Jewish people there The hell of Dante has been surpassed Not only the Jews ol Poland but the Polish people in its entirety have passed completely out of the sight of Western civilization. Tin' blackness of a medieval night of barbarism envelopes what was once the Polish Republic. And that night is more somber, more gruesome, more starkly and fantastically inhuman than anything the world has witnessed from the days of the slavery in Mitzraim to the martyrdom m Spam All the horrors of the past are eclipsed Helpless, bound hand and foot, as it were, without means of escape the Jews ot Poland, the millions of them, are delivered up to a cruel, sadistic foe. to creatures who take a delight in torture and humiliation and in the shedding of blood. who revel in the sight of human suffering I call them creatures. 1 cannot call them men. I cannot call them human 1 am ashamed to be of tinsame flesh as they. 1\.land is a house of horror. But not only of Poland The plight of inhumanity has spread all over Europe. The gates of hell have opened and the infernal forces have prevailed over (liimany. and Austria. Czechoslovakia, two of the Scandinavian countries. Holland. Belgium ami a part of France. Christian civilization has been blotted out in the better part of Europe. Great nations he m chains. Immense and nameless is the suffering. The false gods of antiquity, the idols of the past, have been set up again—Mannon and Moloch. 'Those idols whom the Israelites knew when they entered the Land of Canaan. This time these .old gods take the form of the quasi-almighty leviathan state, which depersonalizes man, dehumanizes him. and. as we see. bestializes him The peoples of the conquered nations of Europe are all in a concentration camp. They exist and toil and sweat and weep only to Satisfy the needs, the whims and the lusts of the conquering Nazis. They exist as slaves of tin' people who call themselves Herrenvolk, the dominant race. the overlords, who claim to be endowed with a Horretinatui. that is to say. who consider themselves selected and endowed by nature and tradition to lord it over other, lesser breeds. Long ago they began dividing the human race into men and mongrels, and they launched their attacks against the Jewish iCONTINUED ON PAGE 591 To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year" Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield and Family Wish All Their Relatives ami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Murry Grossman and Daughter Dawn Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YFAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gulkis Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gulkis and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YFAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Haber and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Halpert and Family Wisl All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman and Farr-i'y w -. Tl r R( a i Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Horowitz W ish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NFAV YEAR I Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jamison and Family A Tl r Relatives ai I A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas and Family Wish A : r Relatives and Fi i< nds A HAPPY NEW YEAR K Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR K Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Karpf and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasanoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives ami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Joseph Kaufman and Family Wish All Their Relatives ami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and Daughter Joy Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretsky and Son Wish All Tlv.ir Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR I. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kovner and Family Wish All Their R. lativi s and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Moses Krieger and Family W h Ail Their Relatives Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. ^. Kronenfeld and Family .'. All Their Relative %  nds A HAPPY NEW YEAR John and Elsie Kronenfeld A Their R and Frii A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein Ail Their Relatives and Fi % %  nds A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. G. Kurland Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Lachman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Landau Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Langner and Family Wish All Their Relatives Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Donald LaVigne and Daughters Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Eli Levin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bcni LeVine and Daughters Wi-!i All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAK Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levitt and Family All Their Relative.. Frii nds A HAPPY NEW YEAK Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman Wish All Their Relatives and Frii A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mrs. Bertha B. Levy and Family Wish All Their Relati %  Friends A HAPPY NEW YE \K Mr. and Mrs. I. Lipton a"d Family Wisl A I Tii' ii' Ri lativi Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Sam Lipton Wishes Ail Hi R la1 %  %  and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lutsky and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR M Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandel and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Joe Mechlow 'A" lies All His Relatives ami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAK Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YFAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller Wish All Their Relatives ami Frii nds A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Marty Mi'.stein and Son Wi.-h Ail Their Relativ. a Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer and Family V. All Their Relatives and Frii A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Family A Thi ir Relal Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR o Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant and Family .'. Their Relal Ft nds A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ida Ootner and Sons Wi h All Their 1' li Friends A HAPPY NEW YFAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper and Family All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAK Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. D. Rabinovich and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Max Rappaport and Family W A Their Ri latives ami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Rayvis and Family W. All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAK Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman and Family ". Tl %  ii Relath s and Fl ii nds A HAPPY NEW YEAK Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rice and Daughter Wi.-h All Th. ir Relatives and Fi iends A HAPPY NEW YEAK Mr. and Mrs. Philio Homer Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAK Mr. and Mrs. H. Rose and Family Wi h All Their Relatives and rids A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Carrie Rosen and Family Wish All Tin ir Ri latives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAK Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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T FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 %  J *Jeisii fhrkMan PAGE THIRTY-THREE A JEWISH WHO'S WHO |OF SPORTS FOK 5700 i by IRV KUPCINET Seven Arts Sports Editor to left field .CONTINUED FROM PAGE 30) anil Buddy Mycr are pictured -, •• into condition on Dixie ,., Davey Day, after ;i s tii battle with Henry Armin order t<. permit both Hank and Rudy York to play at the same time York. a mighty slugger who bested Babe Ruth's record of IT in %  (lev. I OS Sai S n which Day was stopped ers '" one month 1 y 12th round after a brilstarts hitting the He wins one 'ind hornsmacking ; : ,; %  '"• "i previous effort to play third bas. and the outfield A trial behind tin in two battles with proved no more successful Angott. the Louisvilli York ci fjrsl base. now u hem he is signed to l '\< r. an I Detroit 1 National Boxing As Hank could adapt himself to itfield • Tigers tei ial j s Hank declared he was willtop %  '" give thi outfield a try most n| i the promise that if he faili d icent stands any fighter '" make the grade there he'd restaged After being ""'" to Ins first love and Arnovich shows signs of relightweight eh the world on D 1 Louisville Milt At takes anothi r with one ot thi by to Evi %  %  upw. • 1 ki i down four times Frit? Zivic, Aron gets up knoi out Ins opponent' Maxii Baer starts letting ofl stci for his proposed bout with Twi Ton" Tony Galen to in the "Battli of Bums" MARCH (Adar Sheni) Detroit baseball authorities reveal the proposed switching of 4ai I Ireenberg from first base NEW YEAR GREETINGS MR. 4 MRS A GASSENHEIMER Pan American M Valet Service 220 N E 1st St. Ph. 20141 My Many Friends .mti Acquaintances I I U 1 I I SEASON'S GREETINGS I I GREETINGS PLYMPTON CABINET SHOP Where Furniture and Interior Decorations Are Made to Order 5832 N E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 75540 juvenation with the Phillies after his last hall-season slump of the previous campaign Bin Ed Levy, first baseman from Newark and up for a trial with the Phillies, lambasts the ball in training camp at Miami Beach. but suffers an ankle injury and subsequently is sent back to the minors C'.alatzer, up with the Cincinnati Reds, looks Impressive, but winds up with Indianapolis The Tampa (Fla.i All. Star game for Finnish relief brings out three Jewish stars— Danning and Arnovich for the Nationals and Green berg for the Ami rican Leaguers Leon Mandel of Chicago becomes first Jewish magnate in the National fi ssional) Football League purchasing the Detroit franchise from Gt org< Richards for a reported $250.1 00 APRIL (Nisan) ball! Tin 51.,-, 11 ens with the following Jev playi 1 Harry Danning. catch1 r, N, \>. York Giants: Morrie Arnovich. outfielder. Philadelphia Phillies: Hank Greenberg, outfielder. Detroit Tigers: Harry Mav The New Year Bring You ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY DAVIS-LEONARD. Inc. Phone 3-3176 67 N. w. 10th St. BUILDING SPECIALTY AND ENGINEERING PRODUCTS r NOBLE H. PARKER FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS May the New Year Bring You ABUNDANT I 605 Lincoln Road. Ph. 5-S553 I G. E. PRICE I I "St, ; .ilmng in Miami Beach • I pertiei tor 15 Years" CURB S E R V I C A R K E T STATION i i i 1 PHONE 2 8785 2171 N W. 12th Avenue TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CLARK & LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS '. N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108 To Our Manv lewish Friends—May The New Year Brinq You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity LEE JOHNS MOTOR CO. Phone 3-2576 556 N. W. 7th Avenue A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS and PATRONS I. E. SCHILLING CO. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES MIAMI MIAMIBEACH N. W. N. River Drive I818 p ur dy Avenue at 30th Street PHONE 8 2406 PHONE 5 3353 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR l DRINK cm COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. 301 Northwest 29th Street Eisenstat, pitcher. Cleveland Indians: Buddy Myer. second baseman, Washington Senators: Moe "Information Please'' Bern, coach. Boston Red Sox. and the aforementioned B e n s w a n K e r president of the Pittsburgh Pirates;Harry Grabiner, vice president and chief executive of the Chicago White Sox; "Lefty" Weissman. trainer of the Cleveland Indians Joe Gould, one of boxing's smarur managers, "sues" Promoter Mike Jacobs for his share of Jacobs' earnings on all bouts involving Joe Louis Gould reveals that he and Braddock signed contract with Jacobs for a split of his earnings on Louis promotions before allowing Braddock t • sign foi "tie bout against Louis which Louis won by scoring -in eight-round kayo in Chicago Jacobs terms the charges "ridiculous", but they never come up in court ... a settlement believed made MAY (Lyar) A sad month Joe Jacobs passes away suddenly Complains he is not feeling well and is rushed to a doctor during examination. the fiery little manager dies heart trouble A "fast man with a buck" he (CONTINUED ON PAGE 36) HAPPY NEW YEAR DAN I. ABBOTT Electiic RESIDENTIAL. INDUSTRIAL MARINE, STORES Wirinn. Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 186 N. E. 20th STREET PHONE 3. 029-1 i i i | | HAPPINESS and PROSPERITY j I SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR H. G. DAWSON Service Station Pn. 4.91C2 5685 S. W. 8th St. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GUS CARBERRY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! CAPT. AL'S Fish Market 2321 S. W. 1 'th Aveui e PHONE 49392 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS: C O A T E S EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1 S. W. FIRST STREET Help or All Kind Furnished PHONE 2 2104 HAPPY NEW YEAR BROWNLY'S 247 E.ist Fl.igler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA C.indies. Fountain. Luncheonette Home M.ide .md Boxed C.indies C.irmel Corn NEW YEAR GREETINGS I J. BARBASH and I I SONS. INC. I PARKING SERVICE I J 261 N E 1st St. —Phone 2 8994 j SINCEREST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR WM. E. BOSCH Bosch Electric Co. Ph. 2.0749 1528 S. W. 8th St. %  %  | A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR j ANNA L. BARLOW I Harper Method Beaute Salon j •A Complete Beauty Service" : | 142 Alhambra Circle—Ph. 4 2820 | K Futnds—Mav Thp NP\A. Y..^, I Bring You Abundant I I ,. .. „ .. HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY! I I i i COLLINS TRANSPORT' • I I and TRADING. INC. I | I I I I j L ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY CORAL GABLES CYCLE SHOP PHONE 2-3361 132 N E. 11th Street PHONE 4.2919 207 Alhambra Circle To Our Many Friends and Patrons A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MONNAH PARK BLOCK CO., INC. Phone 7-1163 2205 N. W. 41st Street Established 1924 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM THE DISTRIBUTORS OF PABST BLUE RIBBON & ALE AND FALL CITY BEERS PHONE 3-6258 421 NORTHWEST 32nd STREET Sincere Wishes To All For A Happy New Year U. S. TIRES AND BATTERY DISTRIBUTORS Texaco Gas and Oils Lubrication Brakes Relined Rusco Brake Lining Wheel Aligning Auto Accessories Spark Plugs A Complete Service # Condensers # Cars Washed and Simonized # Batteries Recharged # Starters # Car Radios Manufacturers of ROYAL RECAPS NEW TIRE GUARANTEE MILEAGE — SAFETY TRACTION USE OUR EASY-PAY PLAN NORTON TIRE CO. INC. 500 WEST FLAGLER, CORNER 5TH AVENUE 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 3-4639 %  IB Hi.



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m* FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 %  i' n k wist) fk iriid/Hain PAGE TWENTY-NINE MESSAGE OF HOPE FORTHEMEWYEAR by ISAAC LEVIN President B'nai B'rith District 5 New Year's message to my ren is my hope: you affiliate with, and your full support to. your ISAAC LEVIN • % %  li< .use of worship, i %  i iritual comfort and .-elfyou contribute libertlly one campaign of the Fed• Jewish Welfare Funds. a i recognized worthy Silverstein and Associates CAMBRIDGE AND PARADA HOTELS • • • %  • : New v <• i ..II Then Fiirnds Ml .V V FAR GRF t T'NGS WISTERIA FRUIT CO. EAST FLACLER ST MIAMI SEASONS GREETINGS VANGEL PRESS BIBLES AND SUNDAN SCHOOL SUPPLIES N W 3rd St Ph 26512 causes, that give life, hope, and shelter to the sorely afflicted, of whom the world at present is ill full: That you lend your every aid and sincerest cooperation (even 'I called upon \>, giving your own flesh and blood) to our great country in its programs of defense against the threatened invasions Hum without and destruction from withm. That you strenuously oppose with equal vigor Communism, Nazism, ind Fascism; Tl al y,,u join the rank: America's greatest Jewish Service organization, the B'nai B'rith, program is planned io ifi guard our ertii to relieve '.'u' needy, to prepare the adol • scents and our college youth io '• ilk '' their pi %  : place in their community as outstanding and .. Americans and Jews theii glorious hi i %  to you also includi %  n y hi artfelt best a N( .'. Yi ..I I Hap pini : I 'ontentment. NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS ETROPOLITAN CLEANERS LAUNDERERS PHONE 7-1654 Deliveries Miami and Miami Beach HUMAN SPIRIT IS FRIGHTENED (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 281 "So also is it with the world" continued the sage, -'human beings, nations, civilization, have learned to walk and to dance Civilization takes stops forward. and then steps backward. Just at the moment when you think mankind has progressed, it has acquired knowledge. it has gained intellect, it has moved forward in the field of science.— nist at that moment the fool in man urges him to K" backward. to lose humane qualities which his stopforward had given him. It that be the case, how can man ever get anywhere? Ho seems to be retracing his stops forward and backward He becomes civilized in one century and returns to barbarism in the next. How ran he ever progress? Hut now I soo that in the dance of life, even as in the dance of the ballroom, mankind takes two sti ps backward and throe stops forward And it is this third sti p forward which brings him HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Patrons and Our Friends Miami Pants Stores. Inc. J. W. SIMON. President slowly and surely ahead to the destined goal which his Maker has planned. Occasionally there is a period of oppression This is a step backward. Tin n there follows a period ol war and eclipse of reason This is a second step backward, but immediately after the second step mankind, having learned its lesson, forsakes its evil and takes three steps forward, and is. therefore, m the long run. ahead of the point started from. So has it been, and so shall it always be Two stops backward, three .Steps forward. ." At present we seem to live in a dark period whole all of man's gOOdneSS Seems to be eclipsed by the reign of evil, We are witnessing a long second step backward. May the New Yi ir dawn upon a world of greater hope, in which humanity will begin to take its three steps torward MORE CHRISTIAN "ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE" North Miami Riding Academy Gentle Riding Horses E J. ALBERT & SON 13575 N. E. 6th Avenue REASONABLE RATES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 25j had to break their way through resistance, as Christ had to Struggle with thi Sadducees and the official priesthood of his day. so Israel. Master of the Good Nami was opposed by many Jews of his time, And again: As Christianity was corrupted among the gentiles, and had to be reborn and was corrupted again and reborn again in th( eternal human effort, so among the Jews the struggli has gone on from generation to generation. Israel and his disciples passed away, and their places were often taken by careerists and egomaniacs. The process oi corruption and renewal continues; and it will continue as long as there are human beings on the planet. It is well to mar in mind. then, that the Nazi-Fascists an near the truth when they look upon the Jews as incorrigible producers ol the prophetic antiNazi type Patronize Floridian Advertisers I know a dentist who had a tough tussle 1 with a patient and it ended m a draw —Anon I HAPPY NEW YEAR j _, _, _,_„_,_,_„., — „~ j T CLARK • i I j ROYAL FULTON i i i i i i I DREDGING C O • I 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA I I j J SEASON'S GREETINGS THE SPUR BAR—GRILL-PACKAGE STORE Chinese and American Foods—Day and Night All Sports bv Western Union Ticker N. E. 1st Avenue at Third Street—Opp. Post Office GREETINGS BEUTEL S SOLAR HEATER Incorporated PHONE 2 3161 1527 N. MIAMI AVENUE 1 MIAMI. FLORIDA PATRICK McCARL GENERAL CONTRACTOR "HOMES OF DISTINCTION" MIAMI FLORIDA BAKERIES. Inc. EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR IOE REISMAN at MERLINS KOSHER MARKET 320 Collins Avenue—Miami Beach With a Full Line ol the Finest STRICTLY KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY 343 S. W. N. River Drive | MIAMI. FLORIDA i I BEST WISHES FOR A I HAPPY NEW YEAR I I I DIXIE CASH MARKET I OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR HENRY A POHL. INC. Distributors Gr.iy Motors Phnne P. ,: >77 110 N. E 13 St. HAPPY NEW YEAR To My Man} Jewish Friends .ind P.ltrons Penton Shepard Tire Co. CLINTON F. SHEPARD Phone 3 4688 325 S Mi.imi Ave. v UNIFORMS \ ^ FR ANKLIN INDUSTRIAL UNIFORMS Lettered With Your Business Advertisement on Back of Each Garment SHIRTS PANTS, CAPS. COVERALLS SERVICE COATS Sample Swatches Free on Request MONOGRAMS. EMBLEMS. PENNANTS BANNERS 19 N. E. 14th Street Phone 2-6405 i I i I (!) A Happy New Year HARRY MARKOWITZ SAYS— Our friends Our Country Have been good to us. We are Thankful For All the Things We enjoy. Happy New Year to all of you. NATE MARKOWITZ SAYSHAPPY NEW YEAR I never complain Always satisfied Enjoy things in life God Bless America. r I (!) SAM RESNICK SAYS— We Appreciate Your Good Will May You Enjoy A Happy and Prosperous New Year. MARKOWITZ & RESNICK THE WORLD'S FINEST SHOW ROOMS 1220 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 3 3351 ( SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS JAMES BETTERIDGE CO.. Inc. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 2510 N. W. North River Drive PHONE 2-1467 I I (!) BRIGG'S >S • RADIOS M PLUMBING FIXTURES REFRIGERATORS & i



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FRIDAY, CCTC3ETI 4, 1343 "" t*wl$l IflinriirMirtiip PAGE FIFTY-FIVE -1 FAITH IN II FAITHLESS WORLD ,\UED FROM PAGE 51) re wo to God's ways? of our daily living is along the way ol truth ghteousncss? True, Eng, us Magna Carta and we Bill of Rights. Thank ( can still think and act as H But, have we faith? faith, in this faithless And thai brings me v previous stati ment. .;ini by belief in God ; •:. in God"? Faith i .. ative function of the d It is an emphatic aying yes. in defiance voices issuing from the ol the world that I say it is creative, bell creates in one's self lo carry on. Is t ,,, self-delusion? No kind ol self-realization v • ,ut faith even the sell alue faith, II belief in the %  be counted to us for righteousness, as the Bible says. that faith must be translated into action. We must be in the forefront in the war of the Lord, in the battle for righteousness. Democracy is God's way of life. It is being sorely tried Shall WQ simply reaffirm our faith in His way of life by men' mouthings and expressions ol horror at the damage being done in the world today by the fori oi evil and faithlessm ss? < Ir shali we translate that faith into a living, breathing force bj pn : to the hilt in dcfi nsi ol our beloved democratic waj ol lift the question of the hour li we fail to answer il ptly and adequately, generyet unborn will arise to mn uand to relegate us lo h Century dark agi A evidence ol the beginnings answer to that burning question. 1 take you to N< w York City where there was held at Ihe Jewish Tl al Seminary, a non-sectarian conference on science, philosophy, and religion in their relation to the democratic way of life. At the session held on September 10. Prolessor Harry J Carman ol Columbia University made th< following significant statement: "We have taken democracy too much for granted. Clearly the tune has come for something more than phrases. We must pul our house m order by ridding il ol political corruption, intolerance um mployment and poverty. W> hould hold tight to l< gal pn scriptions and procedun s; trust only to lead' i con Minted by instinct and bclii I to the deli nse ol civil liberties, and di a! summarily with those who band i-r to destroy them. Wi i zealously guard all A hi irlhi r the cause ol human justici and liberty and do all in oui power to work cooperative thers to this nd." With a faithless world surrounding us. let us. by our faith in Clod, and in the ultimate survival of truth and righteousness set a living example i<> all kind. WAY OF LIFE it is necessary for the members oi every American n ligious denomination to bring to its people as effectivelj as possible the realization ol the importance ol religious tradition for the rvation ol di mocracy in our time. The weakness i Ihe lace ol totalitai ian ism has been due in the firsl place to disunion and in the i plac< to the failure lo realize thai democracy is non than men Ij %  governments It is a way ol lifi %  on the re ligious docti ii u i >t the ;atii. rhood ol God and the dignity and worth <>l man. "Judaism has an important contribution to make to the preservation and spread of this doctrine. The National Academy for Adult Jewish Studies will seek to strengthen the faith in God and In human dignity, by I n a lii information regarding the Jewish religious tradition. Ji v. ish learning has always been the foundation ol the Jewish faith. It is particularly important that this foundation be strong m our time when the great Jewish cent, rs ol Ii arning in Europe been so ruthlessly destroyDr. Louis Finkelstein. | ST WISHES TO ALL H.ippy and Prosperous \EW YEAR Mr. and Mrs A. Einhorn and Familv Key West. Florida REASON'S GREETINGS Fulton Loan Service. Inc. Up to $300-Easy Monthly ... ,„ Suit Your income. interest R.ite. ll N.itl Bank Phone 277 TAMPA. FLORIDA H.ippy New Year Greetings CAPT. L. G HUDGINS TAMPA. FLORIDA New Ye.ir Greeting* HAMPTON-BULL-CROM TAMPA. FLORIDA | NEW YEAR GREETINGS I KNOX STORES | P10 E. Lafayette Street %  Phones 25042505 I TAMPA. FLORIDA %  SEASONS GREETINGS PRINCE CASH GROCERY 323 E Columbus Drive n< M 53 891 Tampa. Fl. NEW YEAR GREETINGS DR. Q. C RANKIN tuens Bldg. Tampa. Fl. %  • ppy New Year Greetings To All SWEENEY & MEIGHEN CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Maas Office Building TAMPA. FLORIDA HA"PY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TURF; EXCHANGE TAMPA. FLORIDA ... New Year Greetings Hoffman's Market 634 South Andrews Ave. FT LALDERDALE HAPPY NEW YEAR COSTELLO'S MARKET 106 South And'ews Ave. FT LALDERDALE NEW YEAR GREETINGS l l T DOCTORS REGISTSRY 1207 South Andrews FT. LAUDERDALE HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH CUSTOMERS ELI-WITT CIGAR CO. 307 S. W. 1st Avenue FT. LAUDERDALE HAPPY NEW YEAR BARLITT'S MARKET 811 E. L.is Olas Blvd. FT. LAUDERDALE { NEW YEAR GREETINGS I J. BURBRIDGE GTII. F STATION GOODRICH TIRES I BATTERIES — SIMONIZING | REGISTERED LUBRICATION | I 101 N. E. 6th AvePh. 9278 FT LAUDERDALE. FLA HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS CUNNINGHAM JEWELRY CO., INC USE YOUR CREDIT Diamonds, Silverware. Watches. Jewelry—Easy Payments REPAIRING BY EXPERTS 31 S. E. 2nd Street FT. LAUDERDALE Phone 355 HAPPY NEW YEAR BUTLERS GRILL BEER and WINE 644 North Andrews Ave FT LAUDERDALE Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR F AN NIN FUNERAL HOME 326 E Las Olas Blvd. FT. LAUDERDALE HAPPY NEW YEAR BENTON FUNERAL j HOME | 220 N W. 5th Avenue Phone 9130 FT. LALDERDALE BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS DURING THE COMING YEAR-LET US HELP YOU MAKE IT A HAPPY ONE BY FINANCING YOUR OWN NEW HOME T FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BROWARD COUNTY NEW YEAR GREETINGS KING MOTORS 6 — OLDSMOBILE — 8 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE GOOD USED CARS 217 S. E. 6th Avenue FT LAUDERDALE Ph. 108 I NEW YEAR GREETINGS I CUSTER'S FISH & POULTRY MARKET 20 Wall Street Phone 74 FT. LAUDERDALE 33 S. E 2nd Street FT. LAUDERDALE FLORIDA Phon 1900 maun ..^JBIMIW %  •' HHHIM W*HM I %  %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS LAUDERDALE TILE & TERRAZZO CO. TILE and TERRAZZO 25 Years Experience GENE ZORATTI. Owner 1244 SE. 6th Ave. Phone 28 FT. LAUDERDALE HAPPY NEW YEAR FORM AN'S DAIRY STORE 209 S. E. lt Avenue Phone 189 FT. LAUDERDALE [ i inn HAPPY NEW YEAR GATE CITY SASH DOOR CO. 15 S. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 1430 Ft. Lauderdale annum %  .mi .11 HAPPY NEW YEAR NEWBOLD FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE 1300 N. W. 5th Ave. Phone 1972 FT. LAUDERDALE NEW YEAR GREETINGS PIONEER SHEET METAL WORKS GEO STURGIS & SON 510 S. E. 6th Ave. Phone 263W FT. LAUDERDALE SAWYER MOTOR CO. GULF GAS %  TIRES %  BATTERIES GULF OIL Complete Sales and Service Phone 244 401 S Andrews FT. LAUDERDALE HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWIS" CUSTOMERS LAUDERDALE TAXIDERMY STUDIO Guaranteed Service—Recommended Throughout the U. S. A. ESTIMATES FREE—PHONE 990 FT. LAUDERDALE HAPPY NEW YEAR RAYMOND CLOPECK CO., INC. China Glassware Gift Items Kitchen and Household Appliances General Hardware and Paints I 108 110 South Andrews Ft. Lauderdale SEARS TAKES PLEASURE IN WISHING THEIR MANY JEWISH CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS OF BROWARD COUNTY A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS VAN'S AUTO PAINTING BODY AND FENDER WORK PAINTING DECORATING I N w. 1st Ave. Phone 66 FT. LAUDERDALE NEW YEARS GREETINGS i { WHITES TACKLE SHOP 228 S. E. 6th Avenue Phone 9245 FT. LAUDERDALE m SEARS ROEBUCK FT. LAUDERDALE TELEPHONE 780 & CO % 



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•=.=x FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 fJenisli fl'D/radli/rnin OF I (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 34 > children with their worth, their significance and their workability. During these High Holy Days • us turn to our Machzar, our traditional Hebrew prayer book, and read the old yet ev< r new prayers of our eternal people. Lei us be reinspired by the long, ing: "Let all creatures bow down I i fore Thee, so that they may all term one band to perform Thy will with an upright heart, and all convinced, as we are, (> Lord Our Cod. that dominion pertaineth to Thee Sanctify us by Thy commandments, and bring us nearer to Thy service •" %  vnd let us pray, not with lips alone, but in our daily acts. Lei these prayers and aspirations remold our characters. Lei th< in redirect our energies and our paths in lift-. The Orthodox observance of Jewish law and ceremony within the home are still the most powerful intluences in the growing child's development. They are still the most graphicexpression of our knowledge of tile "whole truth." Surely. you rt member the Rabbinic story of Honi, the cir. cle drawer. It is told by Rabbi Yohanan in the Talmudic tract. Taanith. Once Honi went on a trip. On the way he saw a man planting a carob tree. Said he to the planter. "How many years does it take for this tree to bear fruit?" "Seventy years must roll by before the first yield." he answered. "How sure are you that you will live seventy years and eat of Us fruits?" countered Honi. "Nay." answered the planter 1 lound earob trees in the world into which I was born. As my parents planted lor my sake so must I plant for the sake of my children" These ideals of which we pray and about which our Bible speaks, were ideals in the lives of our parents It was their way "l life. It embodied their dream ol a coming world. They may be realized in the lues and time of our childn n Hut if we do no; plant seedlings m their hearts, no fruit will grow but poisonous weeds instead. We have eaten Jewish fruits from trees planted by our parents and grandparents. Whal have we planted for our children and grandchildren? If we give mi m no prayer to pray perhaps they will find Mark 1 wains prayer the "whole truth." Then lei us pray. And let us. help build a Jewish community wherein, as in a well ploughed field, we can set our young plants and watch them "grow Then our dreams will become verities, and our hopes for a happy new year will be realized. Within the past year the Beth Jacob Congregation has seen the realization of many a fundamental Jewish prayer.' Our officers and members prayed them with all their heart. th< ir soul and their might! So they came to pass! Our new synagogue building has finally been completed. It is now one of the outstanding synagogues in the country. We PAGE THIRTY-FIVE invite every reader to visit it. I he congregation boasts of a rapidly growing Religious School winch stands unexcelled in the state in pomt (,t view of size, faculty and accomplismenl Witn justifiable pride we point to the organization of Kashruth on Miami Beach and the work ot our Vaad Hakashruth which has drawn the praise of all and the favorable comment ol the Jew. ISh press. With joy we an. nounce that two Jewish stores now on the Beach, aside from our butcher shops, are conducted by strict Sabbath observers, and are closed from Friday evening I 'Samrday night. With thankfulm ss to God an,I gratitude n, our officers ami committees which have done so much during tin.past year, we turn to pray for yel greater achievemi nts for "iir faith and people during the coming year. We pray thai the year to come wnl find Orthodoxy strength. ened on .-very hand, and many more ol the sacred dreams of Is. rael realized within our com. munity, I wish you all a now year of health, happiness and I" aceful activity. "That this nation may experi. ence a new birth r dom— that is the American hope and the Ami rican creed. Frei dom of the conscienci of the person. "I the endeavor to which die person is committed, but all freedom ol the se ker alter righteousness. Our \m\ rican conception of man is a heritagi from a dei ,.-.. Ancestors who came here, from many elm;, and nan;, peo] carvi d tinRepublic oul i n ss I ecause they wanted ;i refuge from that tyranny winch m those days suppn conviction m the name of ci n. formity. They insisti d upon the liberation of man because thev rev, renced the allegiance of the individual soul to God There is no other sanction for the (i ot civilization which this country has always held dear, Our people may differ concerning the i of economic syst< m thev di rable. The fre. enl ol Hie late nineteenth century ;was not akin to the kind %  ductiv. activity in which i %  tury i ngagi d I litical concepts, too, h %  changed Bui since thi when the Bill : Right acti d, th can peopl I in th< ir d i" the rights of i Georgi N Shuster, pr lent of .Hunter College I GREETINGS SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH f 1 I HAPPY NEW YEAR SURFSIDE BARBECUE 7305 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Florida I Wishing Our Jewish Friends j { A HAPPY NEW YEAR | I SIXTH STREET! I i DRUG STORE j i I 1474 S. W. 6th Street | I PHONE 3-5623 | | GORDON ROGERS. Prop. | SINCERE WISHFS for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ROBERT R. TAYLOR, JR. AND ASSOCIATES of the COUNTY SOLICITOR'S OFFICE NEW YEAR GREETINGS SACKER TERMITE EXTERMINATORS Free Termite Inspection 1603 S. W. 8th Street 2-1655— Phone —2-6679 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR HUDSON & CASON Attorneys 830 Seybold Bldg. GREETINGS RED TOP CAB & BAGGAGE CO. 7 Passenger Sedans Sightseeing Bus Baggage Checked to Destination 44 S. W. 3rd Street Miami Phone 3-3131 Miami Beach Phone 5-3497 • ..... HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS H O B A R T MFG. CO. 915 N. E. First Avenue PHONE 2-8539 GREETINGS "Pep Up" With An Ice Cold TRU-FRUIT" DRINK • TRU-FRUIT PRODUCTS 207 N. E. 39th Street SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY New Year 'i' NEW YEAR GREETINGS •j!l? HENRY HOHAUSER ARCHITECT II ..>. %  % %  ; HAPPY NEW YEAR %  UNIVERSITY of MIAMI CORAL GABLES (_ ———i Ini t \ G. J. G. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. AND MRS. HAROLD TURK %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. KEITH PHILLIPS District Manager THE SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA 1042-3 duPont Building Phone 2-5514 TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS A MOST JOYOUS NEW YEAR WHITTENBURG AUTO TRIMMERS SUPPLIES YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED ARTIFICIAL LEATHER—SEAT COVERS—UPHOLSTERING N. A. Whittenburg 1246 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-8024 Holiday Greetings HEARTIEST WISHES To All My Jewish Friend3 for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR


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,>bPAGE FORTY •pJenisti FieriJiar/ FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 "STAMPS OF HOPE" FOR 5701 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS FRANK WOLKOWSKY "Men's Clothinq" 18 N. E. First Avenue PHONE 20682 HAPPY NEW YEAR To My Many Jewish Frtends F. L TERRY TERRY INSURANCE AGENCY Ph 3-40'^ Biscayne Bldg. S From up Lake Tar lei on way in the 1/ hit ) %  < NEW YEAR GREETINGS AIR CONDITIONING and REFRIGERATION HILL DISPLAY CASES and MARKET FIXTURES Florid a HILL YORK C orooration Telephone 3-2693 1225 S. W. 8th Street A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HARTLEYS East Flaaler Street Throuqh to S. E. First Street "MIAMI'S LARGEST APPAREL STORE" HAROLD PONT AND IRVIN GORDON OF THE T .. ROSED ALE.. DELICATESSEN and Restaurant 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET EXTEND TO ALL THEIR PATRONS AND FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR % 



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VPAGE FIFTY-SIX ^Jewisti fhridHaim FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940 IN THE EUROPEAN 0 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 52) can social workers, stationed at strategic points of the compass. Representatives of the J. D. c. are located in Portugal. France. Italy. Switzerland, Poland. Hungary and Lithuania. Affiliated local committees are also working in every country of Europe. The local committees in Belgium and Holland, which were closed down for a time during the Nazi invasion, have reopened their doors and are pleading for large funds with which to render indispensable aid to their stricken Jewish communities. In unoccupied France, committees have been re-established in many cities. Their requirements are enormous One who has been in Europe during the past year is painfully aware that today the business of Europe is war. Little or no thought is given to relief or to refugees or to human misery The heads of refugee aid committees have themselves become refugees. Few people have the time or the inclination to concern themselves with the question of relief or millions in distress when their own physical l safety is in immediate danger. %  Under such circumstances. European Jews even more than ethers, must look to America for help. Non-Jews in the conquered • lands will have to make compromises with their status of the • past, but at least they can feel thai some remnant of human digtrained voices, is under the abls nitj is left them, that a place leadership of Cantor Joseph M %  ,remains for them to work and to lek. strive and to live. That is not true of the Jews of Europe To .„ stafl f com Petent usher* them .nothing is being leftW "j greet everv one at the doors neither human dignity nor eco", SC rt them to t,u suatS New decorations have 'ecu nomiC opportunity. For these basic human requirements, the ? „ th !" Ugh Ut the svna *S ue Jews of Europe look to America y %  "* Clara Fme Pdenl of We cannot fail them. [ ne Sute !" ood and her commitIt is within our power to extend this help through the Unithi charge of tickets is a coined Palestine Appeal and the Naniittee. composed of Past Positional Refugee Service. jdent M. J. Kopelowitz. Vice President Louis Gordon, and CONG. REFURBISHED Norman Weksman, acting exec. FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS "Z """^ I he present numbers of the Elaborate plans, under way [administrative board who are in for several weeks, have now been charge of the activities of Beth completed, and the Beth David Dav 'd Congregation are: S. H. Synagogue is ready to welcome (Palmer, president; Louis Gordon. | its many members and friends vuv president: Milton Friedman, i ^— ~ T _„ who will attend High Holic'av s < '/ell Sincere Wishes for a Happy New Year to Everyone Miss Irene Cohen President V. W. H. A. n GREETING To Rabbi Meschelofr. M. B. Frank. H. W,i


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PAGE SIXTY-FOUR *Jen isfr ttorkttan FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 R. C. ROTHSCHILD BMB^!SBSBMSSB ||. S. LiFTS BAN ON Tfl PI" OUT fl I P London (WNS)—The Jewish Belgrade (WNS)—Three thou. PI R P [ IPTTQ II HII f" li li community of Berlin has decidsand Jewish soldiers, recently I.H | IllLLu I U ULIIKL hi Ui Ui ed to dispense with high holiday demobilized from the Rumanian Ullll-U IIUI u u i-iservices in the capital's synaarmy, were refused permission New York (WNS' At a meetgogues because of the fear oi atto return to their homes in New York (WNS)—Non-British nmittee of tacks bv Nazi BnBerlin's northern Transylvania by the child refugees, who fled to Eng the American Jewish Committe. Jews will offer pray, is in the Hungarian government, it was land from the various com could return. They were abli to come here only under the quotas of their native countri, Mr. Field jointed out that sinci the quotas of most Hitler .1 inated countries are till. yi ars in advance, the non-1!: n Fugees would have had | .main in England, expo.-, Nazi air attacks. reported here. Northern Transylvania was ceded to Hungary NATIONAL COUNCIL SENDS GREETINGS at Temple Emanuel. it was reprivacy of their homes. ported that arrangements had In previous years, Jews, men been made with Richard C and women, attending R< Rothschild to serve the CommitHashonah services, were attacked tee on a professional basis. by f;angs of Nazis when they Mr Rothschild has been an : -' 1! the synagogues. The Nazis active member of the Survey raise the charge every year thai Committee for several years, the Jews conspire against Gerduring par; of which time he many during the high holiday has served as its chairman. He services. graduated from Yale University in 1916 and thereafter was enLION FEUCHTWANGER gaged in the field of advertisLEAVES FOR AMERICA ~~" 4 ing and public re it i In reJerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen cent years he has been active in Lisbon. (WNS)Lion lYnch:• '>'>Exhorting the millions of educational work, serving im the wanger, world-famed GermanJews now suffering under brut :1 faculty of the New School for Jewish n >velist. sailed on the Nazi domination not to give up Social Research and as director American export liner Excalibur hope but to keep their eyes and of Parents Magazine. He is a for the United States, it was 'heir hopes fixed on the heaven frequent contributor to journals learned here, Mr Feuchtwang'" be ''""'"did them by the Jewof opinion and is the author of er, whose most recent novel, sn National Home, the V i id several books on philosophy. "Paris Gazette." attained wide Leumi sent greetings to all the In announcing Mr. Rothschild's popularity in America, was in J,xvs m tne Diaspora appointment. the Committee Franco at the time of the Nazi said: "Because of the growing invasion. now under Nazi rule, will be permitted to come to the United by Rumania at the insistence of States without quota restru the Axis powers under the terms of a new diploWhen the Jewish soldiers rematic agreement between this turned to Transylvania they country and Great Britain, it was found Hungarian soldiers at the disclosed here by Marshall Field, new border, who turned them president of the United States back at the point of bayonets. Committee for the Care oi European Children. i"" i %  %  %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY FRIENDS MINUTE MUSIC SYSTEM 67 N. E. 2nd Street Previously. non-British children in England were unable to qualify for visitors' visas since they had no home to which they importance of our work, we felt, the desirability of securing Mr. Rothschild's services on a fulltime professional basis and are pleased to announce that Mr. Rothschild has consented to serve in this capacity." % % % %  %  — — %  ^— % %  — — NEW YEAR GREETINGS THE DRAKE HOTEL On The Ocean at Fifteenth St. V1IAMI BEACH I I N. H. HANDKOFF j ROYAL PALM HOTEL | I 1545 Collins Ave.. Miami B-, I Extends Season's Greeting* a • To All Friends and Patron* A Happv New Year RUSSELL'S Papaya and Pure Citrus Fr., i Juices: Vegetable Juices; Fruit Punches ijr Parties •3C3 S W. 8th Street Phones 22483—26190 HAPPY NEW YEAR Beach View Apartments Season Rates $250 to $400 includes everything for housekeeping— Frigid.nre. electricity, gas. linens. daily maid service. 121 Collins Ave Miami Beach SINCERE WISHES fol ., HAPPY NEW YEAR A. G. SHOOK To Our Many Friends and Patrons A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CUBAN BAR '701 N. W. Fourth Avenue I i i Mr and Mrs. Wm. Uhlfelder Lincoln Center Bag Shop Wish all Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR 626 Lincoln Road Phone 52022 Miami Beach ^'•HBi'WO'B'i.iiiwtiwr.u. na". %  .•*' %  HAPPY NEW YEAR ISRAEL NOSOWITZ SUPERIOR SHEET METAL WORKS. INC. 1121 N. E. 1st Avenue r tmm %  : GREETINGS: May the New Year Bring You Happiness and Prosperity FRANKLIN HOTEL L. LEHRMAN. Manager 860 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR i' I. HARVEY ROBILLARD in T 1000 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES roi .i HAPPY NEW YEAR T MRS LAZARUS ABRAMS HOTEL ABRAMS Z02 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach JBSMN .' > &i3a.wr,,fclMiM*.,i vi.i Roofing and Sol"r Heaters by G I F F E N %  %  %  Best Wishes for a Happy New Year to Our Many Friends and Customers HERBIES BAR & BARBECUE 733 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-7774 Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR GEE-VEE SODA SHOP 31 N. E. 36th St. Phone 72319 MSMUMMUWMIRfllllhm.imiiiu. --r'-IMII I'lltfr %  ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE ENROLL NOW! Mme. £dm ^ Pta/rc Miami's Mcst Reliable — Et 1'3 Statand City Approved 501 BISCAYNE BUILDING USE ELEVATOR Convenient Terms—Ph. 3 4351 LOW COST BEAUTY SERV CE FOR THE PUBLIC A Most Happy New YeaMR. and MRS. W. L. KING and CARTER 711 N. W. Red Road '•'Wl*... 1 i NEW YEAR GREETINGS BAKE RITE. Inc. ONLY THE BEST IN BAKERS PRODUCTS Wholesale ann Retail 471 S. W. 8th Street ••. 1 % %  %  > NEW YEAR GREETINGS i I ._. Mnmi. Florida ?To Our Many Friends and Patrons' I A Most Happy New Year | I Shull Furniture Exchange j J C. E SHULL. JR I | j 763 S W. ath Street | I | NEW YEAR GREETING* j PARK EDGE NEWS & J SUNDRIES STORE 102 Biscayne Blvd Sincere Wi-hes for a Happy New Year to My „ewish Friends Wiley's Dry Cleaners 113 S. E 1st Ave Phone 2 3746 1 CLAYTON PLATING CO. i 15C0 N. E. 2nd Avenue j MRS. ESTHER BERNSTEIN WALDORF CAFETERIA 671 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Wishes All of Her Friends and Customers A \/cry Happy New Year GREETINGS PHONE 5.9138 Electrical Work Our Specialty QUIGLEY'S GARAGE GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING WRECKER SERVICE 131 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA I NEW YEAR GREETINGS I. BRUCE LANGDON SEASONS GREETINGS Shenandoah Groceteria !6"0 S W. 8th St-eot Where Quality Prevails at Lowest Possible Puces HENRY A. GROSS. Prop. May the New Year Bring j Health and Happiness to All Our Friends and Patrons PIG & WHISTLE GRILL 3346 N. W. 7th Ave. jBest Wishes For A Happy and Prosperous New Year L I F E BAR <£ PACKAGE STORE 463 Collins Avenue Miami Beach **,.' M. II .-Ml, l ,|l IWMUl I'! COMPLIMENTS %  n Phone 2 1630 I %  %  %  -V" -. .1) „M|.| •:..£( r I ROSH HASHONAH GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 300 S Miami Avenue Phones 2-2262—2.3512 LaFRANCE CLEANERS I & DYERS 244 N. W. 35th Street ..Ifc-SM!*!.! *,.%  %  %  ^ I .To Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers—May the New Year I Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity FORD'S BARBZCUE Phone 7-S208 II i It* NI|IIIIMil,.a"' mi .u Mr. and Mrs. Ben Drucker and Daughter Maxine • Extend Best Wishes to I Their Friends and Relatives %  .'.I'M V Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR MME. GLUCK CORSETIERE announcing the removal oi her shop from 130 Biscayne Boulevard to 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Phone 5-4306 Miami Beach /i



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' TK 3 PRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 *Jet*i$ti fkradlimri PAGE FIFTY-THREE .iNtWHUAU IU PPORTUNITY CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4b) i. Czechoslovakia and Hunln i!>40 Immigration from lands /decreased sharply dui to war conditions. spreading o( the war zone progressively reduced immi• i from Europe to America's •, rn seaboard. Japanese however, are now bringour Western harborsFrancisco, Seattle and Los .. ,,s — refugees who have | ( ;, (I the long trek from Europe through Russia S ri I.I to Yokohama. This in immigration is raising new problems for the re. i in program of the NaRefugce Ser\ iceproblems :, being met by national • g with leadi is in this throughout the country ut> IUII ,i iiiiifriurdry drop in immigration does not lessen the task of the National Refugee Service, for there is a large "bach log" of refugee clients who need jobs, rehel and resettlement, These newcomers are, for the most part, educated, capable people who were professionals, business and and skilled workers in Europe. They want an opportunity to fit into the economic and social life of America. They need some help in reconstructing their lives rapidly and happily A job is the answer li, the needs of many arrivals. But both employment and general adjustment an difficult in New York. A few thousand recent immigrants would seem to be only a drop m the sea of seven million people, bul the understandable tendency of the newcomers to cling to each other in their own community life hampers the very necessary adjustment that ..,,.. anuuiu ue Hunting iu American ways. Therefore the idea of "resettlement," of spreading refugees throughout the cities and towns of the United States has been evolved as an answer to this problem. Today the National Refugee Service has more than "50 committees taking part in the resettlement program—helping to absorb the refugees into the mainstream ol America which flows from New York westward During 1(13!) some 3-. 500 refugees were resettled and that number have already been resettled in the first six months of 194(1 The storekeeper in Missouri was such a resettle!", a musician who has organized a symphony orchestra that has enlisted the backing Ol a whole city is another a rabbi whose personality has not only revitalized the Jewish cor • lunity ol a west coast town ucta UlOUgni aoout better relations between Jews and nonJews is yet another: a young man retrained as a machinist and just making a meagre start in life—a start m life that was impo in a land of persecution—is still another. A phase of this new immigration which has not received the attention it deserves is the large number of refugee enterprises established in this country in the last two or three years. Kiving employment to thousands of American workers. using American raw materials and often producing goods that were Happy New Year Greet, no, to Our Friends ,ina Patrons I. FRANK VANN 1242 North Miami Avenue Fleetwood Refrigerators and Market Fixtures previously imported. The list of such products is long—a refugee brought a secret process for treating the wood used in smoking meat and now employs 150 Americans; a patented textile printing process for applying mock gold to fabrics has been established: an ancient glass firm from Prague moving to New York made a success with a pho|to-ch( mical technique for glass (CONTINUED ON PAGE 561 %  T o .M v M,1nv Jewish Friends May the New Year Brinq You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity FRANK McNELLIS. Jr. Postal Blda. Phone 3-5865 c A NEW FUTURE IN AMERICA A Happy .md A i %  M Prosperous N<-VA J< A.sh F lends LEONA MARSHALL Cofiee Shop SEVBOLD ARCADE New Year Greetings R I. G ARI.ICK SERVICE STATION 318 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2 4344 A Happy New Year MRS. LAKES PASTRY SHOP 153 N. W 36th Street HAPPY NEW YEAR EUGENE WINE 6, LIQUOR STORE 161 S. E. 1st Street New Year Greetings A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AUDIPHONE COMPANY OF MIAMI. INC. Hearing Aids By Western Electric Developed bv Bell Laboratories 117 N. E. 1st Ave.—1211-13 Security Bldg.. Miami—Phone 3 3840 W. Palm Beach Office. 3800 Washington Dr. Phone 8592 \ • AHAPPYNEWYEAR A ALFAR 456 FLAMINGO DRIVEWEST PALM BEACH Acidophilus Milk and Homogenized Vitamin D Milk Perfectly Pasteurized Milk Sweel Cream Buttermilk Cottage Cheese Salt and Sweet Butter Fresh Florida Eggs Ice Cream and Fancy Molds SOLE DISTRIBUTORS PENNOCK CERTIFIED MILK A Happv a-d Prosperous New Year to Our Many Friends LEVITT Wholesale Grocery 906 N. w. 2nd Avenue NEW YEAR GREETINGS I I LA. DRII.LICK j 447 16th Street | MIAMI BEACH j I G li K E TINGS DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN & GRILL N. W 7th Ave. at 5th St Imported and Domestic < j Delicacies %  i I Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR j I MR and MRS. JAMES LEONARD ot LEONARDS '760 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2 5861 Extend Best Wihes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR More Popular Every Day SOUTHERN TWIN-PACK BREAD and BETTER-MADE CAKE Best W shes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR ill JUDGE AND MRS. ISIDORE ZUKERNICK J. BERNARD SPECTOR 902 Security Bldg. I Sincere Wishes for a | I HAPPY NEW YEAR | I | | Mr. and Mrs Joseph Schafier I of the Y. M H. A. Cafeteria j l_ ._ —_._.._ ... — .-< A Happy and Prosperous New Year PHILS SUNDRY SHOP 638 N W. 27th AvePhone 4.7654 \ SEASONS GREETINGS SUN RAY PARK HOTEL j 125 S. W. 30th Court | I 41 S EY BOLD BAKING COMPANY Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW %  YEAR MR. AND MRS. HARRY ZUKERNICK New Year Greetings To Our Jewish Friends MARFLEET Luggage and Leather Goods Exoert Luggage Repair 4T \v, st Flagler Stn i I PHONE 3-4891 I jTHE CODY CO | Store and Restaurant Equipment 808 N. Miami Ave. PHONE 2-7381 T I I i ( Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. JULIUS S. SPERLING 710 N. W. 62nd Street i \< Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR PARK FURNITURE EXCHANGE I 919 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-6109 j SINCERE WISHES FOR I A HAPPY NEW YEAR | I VAL C. CLEARY i r ... %  -i %  .. %  A & A LETTER SERVICE | 923 N. W. 5th Ave.. Ph. 3 2119 I To All Our Friends A Most Happy and Prosperous New Year SMILEY I.OBECK CO. To Our Friends and Patrons A Most Happy New Year BILLS RADIO & CREDIT STORE V. A. BARRY 1327 N. W 3rd Ave. Ph. 3.3748 Sim i 1i Wishi s for A Hapi j New Year COCONUT GROVE BAKERY 3029 Grand Av Ph, 4-3215 SINCERE WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR AND MRS. JULES LEVITT nnd Fnmily Drt xel Avenue MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T MAXWELL HOUSE DINING ROOM Noted For Miami's Finest Full Course Dinner 50 cents %  J147 S W. 8th Street PHONE 2 5922 NEW YEAR GREETINGS >i< ELECTRICAL WORKERS LOCAL UNION NO. 349 FRED HATCHER Business Manager m T BEST WISHES for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MILTON FELLER



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940 in fJenisii fl>Dir&dliiaiin PAGE FORTY-SEVEN |\ THE EUROPEAN VOLCANO bv MORRIS C. TROPER eyt*-witlM'iiN M il nl ,:i Kin "I" \* llN l' il li 1! •• i l.\ III. i II II Of 111.Kx< fill lvi '' GREETINGS i i T PIONEER GARAGE 2815 N. Miami Avenue jBest Wishes for a Happy ?nc" j Prosperous New Year t I D. C. COLEMAN | I Sheriff of Dade County | Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAH ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE CO. 1*50 N. E. 2nd Avenue Anticipating the inevitable, part of our staff had been sent ahead to prepare an office in Bordeaux, so that J. D. C. work might no on uninterruptedly Those who remained In Tans stayi d on until the German nuns were at the verj gates ol tin city We had wanted to remain even longer in Paris, but the American embassy advised us against such a course You have no doubt read the graphic newspa| er accounts of the flight ol large sections of the Fn nch p pie from beleagui red Pan.to th ..I France, Tens ol thouI r< MIL., i i clogged the Is from Pan-to Bordeaux, n leafening h i ol t< rrifj airplam s overhead, adlo tin ti rror ol those seeklo escape the invading Geri Trains I pped E\. rj i ibh : was pn ssi d into CONTINUED ON PAGE 521 WAR REFUGEES IN FRANCE MORRIS C. TROPER panization to evacuati Pans before thai beautiful city was sur: %  i to thi Nazi armies Season's Greetings to My Many Friends EILEEN RACICOT Roscoe Studio of Dancing .1336, 260 N E 79 SI \ I i \ V \ PARCEL DELIVERY OUR SPECIALTY from a Pan I .1 Load of F V \ \ N %  SPECIAL DELIVERY INCORPORATED '. N E Oltn STREET PHONE 3 3385 NEW YEAR GREETINGS B I S C A Y N E LIQUOR STORE 3121 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7.35S6 I MR. AND MRS. I | JULIUS DAMENSTF1N [ I AND DAUGHTER I I • I I NEW YEAR GREETINGS | i I To All My Jewish Friend; R. B. CHASTAIN i i I NEW YEAR GREETINGS j ROBERT E. COLLINS I | | ARCHITECT I Nine N. W. Third Street I • i PHONE 3-5167 j A Very Happy New Year MELVIN ROGERS AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 804 1st St.. Phone 5-4558 MIAMI BEACH During the invasion of the low Countries list Mav more than 80.0C0 Jews from Belgium and Holland f'.od to France. A month later during the Battle of France these refugees were comoelled to continue their flight to escape the Ge-man armies. T 0 da thev havf found shelter in unoccupied France with the aid of the Joint Distribution Committee which is a participant together with the United Palestine Apoeal and the National Refuaee Service in the 1940 United Jewish Appeal for Refugees and Ovp'spas Nopds. HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. T. L. LOWRIE To My Many Friends and Acquaintances W. H. PEACE BUILDING INSPECTOR Fx'ends Best Wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR r i i Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR H. M. SMOKER'S GARAGE i Ph. 3 8743 121 N. E. 7th St. I A Happy V %  ai' To You All! CHROME FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS. INC. Ph 7-4977 7400 N E 2nd Av TO OUR PATRONS A MOST HAPPY .ind FRIEMDS NEW YEAR B E A c H P L A Z A BAR B F R s HOP ADOLPH MEYER Ph. 5.9287 2238 Collins Ave. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. HARRY GORDON AND FAMILY -w— •828 N W. 3rd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR A B E S S C O S T A R AND ROBERTS ACCOUNTANTS First National Bank Bldg. PHONE 3-5549 %  Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. JOSEPH CAMNER HOLIDAY GREETINGS RODNEY MILLER Building Construction Miami — Miami Beach Coral Gables May The New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity Standard Refrigeration Equipment Supply Co. Ph. 3-5S31 19 N. W. 11th St. NEW YEAR GREETINGS T HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE CO. 332 West Flagler Street HOLIDAY GREETINGS EDSINGER HOTEL 1244 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH i j Wish For All Their Frii i | A HAPPY AND i I PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR { m m m m



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% % %  7 PAGE FOUR f Jen ist f/credftan FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ HAPPY NEW YEAR in winding up the year 5700. let us look in retrospect and see what has been accomplished by the Y. M. H. A. and its affiliates. Here arc the new officers: President. Dr. Samuel Beckman: vice president. Mr. Herman Waitsman; secretary. Mr. Fred K. Shochet; treasurer. Mr Nat Blumberg. Accomplishments September. 1939. to September. 1940 Home Camp—The Home Camp ediducted by the "Y" in the summer of 1940 was the greatest project of its kind ever undertaken in the South. A total of 740 campers attended. 230 scholarships were given to those who could not afford to pay. 24 instructors gave the children diversified program of activities under the able leadership of Mrs. Leon Lieberman as chairman of the Camp Committee. The feature of this project is the fact that no iinc was barred for lack of funds Many underprivileged children who otherwise would not have enjoyed our facilities and refugee children were gladly taken into our fold. This is the only Home Camp south of Wilmington. Delaware, Vocational Guidance—This department is under the direction of Mr. Joseph A. Berman 221 persons have been interviewed and 108 jobs obtained. Social Service—This is a department wherein persons desiring to rent their rooms during the season list the same with us SO that those who come from other parts of the country maybe accommodated. Last season we were instrumental in renting 72 rooms and apartments. Essay Contest—An essay contest on Vocational Guidance in conjunction with B'nai B'rith: S25.00 in prizes awarded. Athletics — Engaged Mickey Lube) as athletic director in summer of 1940. Sponsored two diamond ball teams: bowling league wherein 48 men participated every Tuesday night in a bowling tournament; women's howling tournament every Monday night; class for women in calisthenics and many other athletic games every Tuesday night at the Y: gym classes in boxing and wrestling. At present the boys are training for the basketball season and twice weekly practice is held on the athletic field. Letters have been written to various community centers in the South with a view of arranging a schedule of games with these teams. It is planned to have a basketball game and dance every Sundav night at our athletic field. Cultural Activities—19 Cultural meetings held, total attendance 6.350: a gain of over 300 r ; over the attendance of our meetings of the previous year. The Y. M. H. A. has created a demand lor cutlure and education because it provides men of outstanding ability in their respective fields who address our meetings from time to time. Refugees—We try in our various projects to welcome refugees in our midst. Our purpose is to make these unfortunate persons become acquainted with %  American ways and customs and to uphold their morale. That I we have succeeded is evidenced i by the fact of the increased attendance ol the refugees at our various affairs. Dramatics—One dramatic performance was given last year. This group will be reorganized this Fall under the able direction of a dramatic coach. Building Improvements—Over S5.000 was spent in building improvements, A new athletic field was constructed, a handball NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS To the Readers of The Jewish Floridian and may the New Year be reple'e with Happiness T AMI AMI TILE COMPANY SOUTHERN DISTRIBUTORS BEST WISHES FOR A | HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Ol/K RELATIVES AND FRIENDS > H MR. AND MRS. A LOUIS MECHLOWITZ WALLS FLOORS I ACCESSORIES 1106 S. W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3 6758 ; i I BEST WISHES FOR A ) I HAPPY NEW YEAR CHARLIE'S NEWS KiHimtMninnii '--wun.***.!,, i %  434 Washington Ave. Miami Beach MARY M. BLACK RESIDENT AND DAY SCHOOL WISHES YOU AND YOURS HEALTH AND PROSPERITY DURING THE NEW YEAR Kindergarten to Junior High School; thorough elementary foundation. Students are protected from street dangers and inclement weather. All types of dancing. Outdoor activities, beach trips, supervised play, and plenty of rich, tasty food. Established 1918. • NEW YEAR GREETINGS j RICHEY'S USED CARS I i EXCHANGE 751 West Flaqler St. I Ph. 2 5587 666 S. W. 4th Street. Miami j.-uiifc***.' tk*.n*i BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR THE OUTLET STORES CO. 1125 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2 0454 mm NEWS TOWER BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR i '-mnwi..".. ii. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND G'TFSTS SEASON'S GREETINGS and MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU JOY. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS ANNS VEGETARIAN HEALTH RESORT 14G Washington Avenue Miami Beach KEEN SIGHT SEYBOLD BUILDING court and gymnasium were also built. At the dedication exercises held May 5. over 2.000 persons attended. Miscellaneous—In addition to the above, we sponsor the following: 3 radio programs. 2 musical concerts, post Yom Kippur dance. Eighth Annual Dance. Cavalcade of Stars. JUNIOR DIVISION Officers: President. Leroy Feldman; vice president. Louise Emanuel; secretary. Bebe Fineman: treasurer, Jack Edelstein. Composed of boys and girls from the ages of 16-22. Purpose, social and cultural and assisting the Senior Division in many activities. During January 1940 organized a Forum Group, This group consists of boys and girls from the ages of 16-22 who are interested in current events and literature. Round table discussions and reviews on subjects of general and Jewish interest are Meets Thursday I 1, e w L <£ A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL Ii! JUDGE W. F. 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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 +Jewist fhridHcin PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN | A JEWISH WHO'S WHO | [OF SPORTS FOR 5700! i i i by IRV KUPCINET Seven Arls Sports Editor I It was Gottlieb who ran md passed Rutgers to its first vietorj over Princeton in a'mi yi ars, Another sensational $ %  ason in his senior year, and (iott11 'b is hailed ,-,s another Gol Ior Luckman and wi uld havi it, he later i.-i 1 y 'h Chii it Card al professional league, ilu re becoming a team | the I iri Marshall Gold ei V a power in south< rn footl al thi Ci in n Talc ; captained by a Jewish boy. Harry Newman, twice honored on Seven Arts Feature's AllAmerican team Again Newman proves himself one %  I An outstanding guards Other colleges have their own Jewish star.Mi ndelsohn al Pel vania, Kaplan at Tulane, Mon sky at Nebraska. Levy at Minnesota. Civ. nbaum at the now "reWishing Our Jewish Friends ,ind Patroni A HAPPY NEW YEAR GULF STREAM ICE CO. 2073 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2 8327 i-vi-rj yi'W V,, ...I.(II I. 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Mor peopl are getting inter ested More than 1.500.000 are going to see the play-for-paj hoys ei\the season i nds in 1) cember Two reasons for the "up" in atti ndance are a couple "I Ji v. ish hoy.-.—Sul Luckman and Marshall Goldberg. Luckman. thi : rmer All-American ick from Columbia, amul great fanfare with the Bears, while Goldberg, threetime All-American from Pittsburgh, sims with another ChiSEASONS GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons BALDWIN MORTGAGE CO. BALDWIN INSURANCE AGENCY. Inc. PHONE 2-8181 Seybold Bldg. Miami SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BARTENDERS & WAITERS UNION Local No. 133 MIAMI. FLORIDA 236 West Flagler Street HAPPY NEW YEAR To My Jewish Friends CLYDE M. TILLEY TILLEY'S GARAGE & SERVICE STATION Ph. 2-9167, 303 N. W. 5th St. I" BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER AGENCY R. W. Setze. Agent PHONE 3-7627 133 35 N. E. Third Avenue i„ c; R E E T I N G S THORNTON'S SANDWICHES 10S6 S. W. 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mm PAGE THIRTY "Jewist Fkridian FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 JEWSSH WHOSWHO OF SPOUTS, 5700 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 27) Goldenberg are still starring for their respective teams. with Luckman sparking the Bears to a 3D-27 victory over Green Bay in one of the greatest football games ever played Nat Holman, No. 1 basketball player of all-time, orders bis City College of New York cage squad out and the wolves are on Holman's neck. They want a winner, something C. C. N. Y. hasn't had in two previous seasons New York 1'. with Auerback and Kaplowitz leading the way. is recognized as "the team to brat" along the eastern seaboard Huffy Silverstein, former Big T< i wrestling champion, adds to ihe state of Illinois title to his string and is still undefeated in two y< ars of professional campai ing There's Cantor of St Mary's, Shulman of Colorado, Possner of DePaul in Chicago, and Snyder, Kahn and Bechtoff of Temple Garfinkel of St. Johns' in New York—all heading the list. DECEMBER (Tebeb) The wintry blasts send the sportsmen and athletes indoors. for the most part Hockey is taking over the limelight, with one Jewish manager. Cecil Hart, directing the activities of hockeys most colorful: Lcs Canadiens of Montreal Alex "Mien Boy" Levinsky of the Blackhawks, has been trailed to the Philadelphia Ramblers, a farm club of the New York Rangers Levinsky. a hard-working defense man. promptly is elected captain of the Ramblers and may be heatiI cl back to the big time before work on another "review" is started Lou Possner is leading DePaul to one of its finest seasons in years, and little Mickey Rottner, a red-headed I demon, adds lire to ihe Loyola (of Chicago) team nkel of St. Johns' (N is still scoring points by ho bucketload Ruffy SilverI %  r along adding iftcr viciim in wha ho, will be a climb to .he world championship C C N Y defeats the highly-touted New York U. team and Coach Nat Holman heaves a sigh of relief The "wolves" have ceased camping on his front door r HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI HOTEL '33 N. W. 1st Avt.. Miami. Fl.i. 80 Modern Rooms with Bath,ind Phone" Patio— Sun Terrac D. BROWN. 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ISAAC SCHOLNIK and FAMILY 463 West Flagler Street Phone 3 5122 %  To Our Many Friends and Patrons We Wish A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR FOR PROMPT SERVICE CALL A BLUE AND GRAY CAB RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT LOWEST MIAMI RATES Call 2-4141 20 N. W. First Avenue Levinsky scores an important [goal that gives the Ramblers a 2 to 1 victory over Springfield. JANUARY (Shebat) It's 1940 but still 5700 to us Joey Fischbach proves he is still king of the collegiate indoor tennis world, ready to enter the more important amateur circles Hank Leiberman bowls a perfect game m tile American Bowling Congress in Detroit — one of the few to accomplish is much Louie Levine of Cicero is still bowling 'em over—one of America's finest—with Max Stein Of Belleville. 111., and Morty Lindsay close rivals Milt Aron of Chicago. No. 1 challenger for Henry Armstrong's welterweight championship, has provi n his right to be considered i serious contender with his winter accomplishments at Marigold Gardens, run by Irv Schocnwold and Jack Begun, two young Jewish promote rs who have cst il To My Many Jewish Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR H. J. HAYDEN QUALITY CLEANERS PHONE 7-5015 718 N. W. 19th Street May the New Year Bring Yon Abundant HAPPINESS and PROSPERITY PERPALL <& POSTON Incoroorated Phone 3 7984 125 N. E. 11th St. &f | I I jWi Wish to Extend Our Best I I Wishes for the New Year to (>ur Many Good Friends I HOTEL EVANS I Miami Beach, Fla. HAPPY NEW YEAR To My Many Jewsh Fiends | and Patrons j H. C. Wilcox Garage | I Phone 3 9166 2901 N. W. 2 Ave. I SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Many Friends SCHUYLER AND ROBERTS PHONE 3-7601 Ingraham Building SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Many Friends STANDARD Wholesale Grocery Co. PHONE 2-1422 149 N. E. 10th Street Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM R. S. 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He becomes outstanding middle-distance runner in the nation Myron Piker of Northwestern, Allan Tollmich of Detroit and Goldberg are th outstanding Jewish track stars of the year. FEBRUARY (Adar) Cecil Hart is dismissed ainager of Les Canadiens. and the disappointment is so keen, n any believe it was the cans. death a few months later Baseball players are star.: g to prepare for their coming laming camp sieges. and Hank Greenberg. Morrie Arnovich, Many Dannmg. Phil Weintraub, Milty Galatzer. Harry !•: .CONTINUED ON PAGE I SINCERE WISHES FOR A I | HAPPY NEW YEAR j QUALITY FEED & | j SUPPLY CO. I PHONE 7.6316 i | 543 N. W. 36th Street D. J. DOOLEY— — S. E. SCHW4R-Z cf the D. J. 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TT= PAGE TEN Jenisti flcridliaiKi PLAIN TALK IN A CRYSTAL By Al Segal A certain young lady writes: ••Your readers await impatiently the news of what you see in the crystal for the new year.;" Yes. I have a crystal. It's a most kindly crystal. It always reveals to my eyes exactly what they prefer to see My eyes never like to see any darkness ahead. They desire long. wide, untroubled vistas that are bordered by petunias and other (lowers that I like. My beneli• crystal gives me all that. When I take up my crystal I make a wish,: I want to sec this and I want to see that. I want to see a world made good. I desiri peace with justice. And. miraculously, 1 see precisely what I wish. It is more beneficent than the crystals ol etlv.r seers who look darkly into their crystals and can see nothing gi > .1 i v what the ni w y ar I up my crystal and make a wish. Wha1 do s a in wish for first nowadays? Well, his mind i ui i '. Hith r. If he is a ful. citizei wish, s the most horr %  <, n < lusion iic can thmk of for Hitler He wishes him an end thai will afflict him with all the pain if every man. woman and child who has I the tra\ ail of the dreadful year that has just passed of ev< ry refugee on the roads of Belgium and France, of every Briton cowering in his bomb shelter or looking at his dead, of every Jewish exile hunting a new place in the world. But I haven't cruelty enough for such wishing. My thoughts are more poetic and exquisite. My wish returns to a certain vision I had in this column some five years ago: Hitler is dead! He died by one of his own bombs which fell prematurely. Or he died before a firing squad of his own stormtroopers who finally had been fed fat with a sense of their own power. Or he died by his own hand as his empire crashed about his ears. In any event he was dead by some process of poetic justice. Tin' cruel deaths that people think of contain no more laughter than the hideous thud of -a Hitler bomb falling. The perfect fulfillment of Hitler's destiny must bo accompanied by the abdominal laughter of the whole world enjoying the exquisite comedy of power destroyed by its own arroganc<. daj in his ruthless n over the world Hitler had stoppi d ai the torn'' < %  : Napi MI Paris. People n men g thi photo rapl i of that incidi nt: Hitli i down on the mar le grandeur r ,' nqu< ror. iwan o; intimalions ol ::: mi rtalit) glory : that reaches TO OUR MANY FRIENDS. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DAVIS IRON WORKS Incorporated BOILERMAKERS AND CERTIFIED WELDERS Ph 2 63CO. 198088 N. Mi.imi Ave. Reconditioned Boile-s for S.ile .ind Repairs D.'y or Ninht Anywhere Smokestacks and Tanks far beyond the time they marched on the earth! This shrine, the ancient battleflugs that surrounded it. It was all like the homage an immortal I saint gets. But in the new and brighter world even the pitiful relic of ruthless power that was Hitler's body must be reduced to the dust of the earth. There must be no immortality of marble, no arrogant memorial of the thing all men despised, no painful remembrance of the evil moment of his life. So Hitler was buried in the earth. In the dust he lay with the women and children who had perished under bombs and machine guns in Belgium and France, with the multitudes in Poland who died by hunger, disease and slaughter, with the Jews tortured to death in concentration camps. It was all most satisfying to the world that desired to laugh after the years of bitter weeping. Years passed and the promise of a new world was being fulfilled Immediately after the long travail the world had suffered there had been a loud demand that all thi' Nazis lie cleared out of Europe and safely (CONTINUED ON PAGE 11) FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1340 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. GEORGE BERNARD PHONE 22843 MIAMI. FLORIDA A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR U. S. FOUNDRY & MANUFACTURING CORP. 422 28 N. W. First Court Phone 2.8202 Miami. Fli HAPPY NEW YEAR HELP Male—Female—White—Colored l "ulin.i! \ I iiniiiu 1: ti. t'l i.nt i If M,. I InllKl'kl • pillR, lillHll %  [1110111*1, I ,• : i %  1111 Li AK**lt<'> I %  • %  I'nokx, Itiiki w, w \\ .i l| --. -. MniilH, Kti EMPIRE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE B'anch Office New York City 76 1 ? N. E. 1st St. Ph. 2.7454 NEW YEAR GREETINGS BEACH MILL


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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 i*Jkn i§B ffa irfidliiniin PAGE TWENTY-ONE \ \ MESSAGE OF HOPE FOB THE era CONTINUED FROM PAGE 201 n g They arc taken zaptive rates and are carried to fferent countries. Spam. Egypt and Franc.' The communities of Ihese ... ransomed the captives ;• considering the event of -: ecial significance But appens'.' These four R \iic. strangers in str ingi succei d in i stablishing iii w centers ol li arning. dissi minating ihe .\ ord : | among the Is a miracuclous 'ontinua• the Ben Zakkai Ben Zakkai brought the from Jerusalei From Yavneh. it w 'is i Babylon, from Babylon carried to the four countTi thi s scholars In fugi is the n Jewish that while darkni ss enone pan ol our woi Id. illumines anothi r, that one Jewish center is being ,1. another horizon if comes into view It you to see a dramatic illustra: this fact, l<-t us move on • %  end ol the 15th century Spam now the center of oui attention The Jews <>f who but a few centuries were ready to welcome -•:... gi rs at the gates of this mtry, are now themselves • m .1 to become < xiles. In n onth ol April of the year %  14!i2. the decree ol expulsion is proclaimed and m the month of August of the same year, the deci %  i is executed Is it not a strange coincidence that in April. Columbus is commissioned to undi rtake his voyage to the new world and in August Columbus actually sails from Spam towards the promised land? The latti r. as pointed out by Peter Wi( rnik in his "History ol the Jews in Al a, is really a n markable coincidi nee The expulsion dt the Ji ws took on the second day ol August, which coincided with the ninth day of the J. wish month. Av. known in Jewish tradition as Tish bi-Av." t.ic nay commemrating t struction : Now it ust -' that Columbus sailed on his momentous voyage the day aft( i the third day of Au ist, and the which were carrying away gs ol xpatriati d Jews from the country in which their Stors dwelt for more than eight centuries, sighted that little fleet of three sailing vessels which was destined to open up a n< .'. world, a world that was to become a home for homeless and a haven ol refuge for the oppressed on earth Was not this an echo of the promise given to Abraham as mentioned in the Portion of Law read m all the Synagogues this past Sabbath: "Get thee out of thy country and from thv kindred and from thy father's house unto the land that I Will show thee'.'" This is the secret ol Jewish continuity throughout the ages. that we never have a total eclipse of the SUI1 of hope in Jewish life: that we can always find a ray of light in the midst of tindarkest situations and circumstances. I believe one ol the gloomiest periods in Jewish history was the period preceding the rise of Israel Baal Slum Fov. tinfounder ol tne chasidic lage and plunder, the Jewish orumunity ol Eastern Europe, ards the end of the 17th count at thi' beginning of the th cent iry As a result of cossack revolt with its pil. w a.in a stallof absolute 1' was to tins devital.. • a com m unit y resembling dry boi that Israel Baal Slum Tov came with f n -infection in his nds Who was Israel Baal S The pi rsonality of ihis man is wrapped in mystery A miracle man he was called and a miracle man he proved to be. : with his mere appearance, a mystic movement came into being, destined to cast a spell of enchantment over a pale and poverty stricken Jewish community The Chasidic movement is no longer flourishing but the spiritual theme of the movement which is the triumph of love over hate, faith over bar. joy over despair will never be forgotten, and the motto of this movement is still remembered in Jewish life: '•Worship God through g! idness, come before Him with song/' Finally we come to the fifth dramatic moment which takes us to comparatively modern times, th.' iillh century This cent around the Dreyfus episode in France Again, let us visu llizi the pictun Before the eyes %  : hundreds of spectator.in th. court of the military school in BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. 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r FRII -'.> -Z 3 U %  J FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 YOUTH OP TODAY fJewistIIisU,i PAGE THIRTY-ONE L8 by DAVID MAX EICHHORN Executive Director Hillel Society i name of the members %  Hillel Society of the Uniol Florida and the Flor-•,.:, College for Women. I ., (i tn extend the heartiL'shana tovas" and to iu the following mosish youth ol Florida. %  .ii sented at i >ur state universities, is fully the critical bearing i••. < I.:.ol the coming :..iv. up.in the fate of i Id democracies in gi n%  >rld Jew iy m particu. young men. i specially, dangi rous role ;. iie call< d upon tn play bloody tragi dy They too well that lifeI : uilt up over many yi ars • %  mic preparation, may be : in bits upon the altar of spirit begotten neither lockery nor despair, do ung people echo in their • %  e motto nt tiiv ancient • %  rs. "We. who are about salute you!" There is, • i souls, nn sense %  il the •.. n.i illusion concerning ;. ol war. no desire to : tii be killed But there .. thin them a grim dctermin d<> the job that lias to i n. nn matter what that • There is within them • adly seriousness, a saying and a thinking much, that 1.1, good for those who ; destroy our way of life rmly believe that the youth ol IS generation is mure spiriclutive Representative ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITERS PHONE 33159 120 N. E. 1st Street — Service — Rentals Supplies 5 Season's Greetings to Our Many Friends For A HAPPY NEW YEAR ORNAMENTAL GARDENS PHONE 2-0353 1018 N. W. 2nd Street itually minded than its elders and that today, as we look forward to the your 5701. the traditional position of Moses and Joshua has been reversed. Today is youth whoso faith is unshaken, whose vision is unclouded, whose courage and optimism anwithout blemish. Today, n is Joshua who is saying to Moses, Chazak v'emats" "Be strong and "' good courage; for the Lord gocth before thee; He will be With thee; He will not tail thee nor forsake thoi fi ar nol and be not dismayed." PEOPLE L TABLE TALK DESTINY %  laj ther is i I. community in tin world of which one can say that it is absolutely safi fn e from menace and danger and guarantee d in its future. We must realize that the Jewish problem affects all the Jews of the world, that there is no prescribed limil to it and that it is the same for all sections of .he Jewish people "There is no such thing as a special and privileged fate for one part of the Jewish people as compared with other parts. We are one people with the same past, and we must all be Ire. or all be enslaved the destiny of one part will fmaly be the destiny of all — Dr. Nahum Goldmann. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 26) quivering before the eternal mystery; then he turns again to the spiritual source behind life, and he seeks a sustaining power upon which to lean his v. ears' soul, um oi such moments come the great spiritually creative iv'l mankind. So Job rises to spiritual heights not in his days ol material success, when stanc< favored him, his .: th at his command, and his family about him. hut in days of sorrow and pain, suffering and frustration it was then that the rd ol his faith were sounded and he rose to the uttertruths. And Jeremiah, man ol sorrows, rose to infinite liights ol the spirit when he beheld the tragedy of his people, and lament their fate. 1' was not until Moses "went out unto his people and looked on their burdens" that he beheld a vision of the divine. So the Jewish people in an age of despair recognizes the nobility and beauty of its own faith. and dedicates itself anew to it. With greater zeal and intensity the creative sources are released It's spirit takes flight to produce thought and ideals SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. Harry C. Turner which have not been spoken or heard heretofore. The hopeful note in the present despair is then the enrichment ol the spirit of Israel, and the awareness that something fine and noble will rise from the chaos. Like the ancient Gre< k mythical bird, the Phoenix, from wnose ashes oi the old a new and finer bird arose to fly high, so will from the ashes of our present world arise a finer and richer world in gi n< ral, World history in general and Jewish history in particular well attests this tnought tor in Jewish history days ; prosperity and ease %  .


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PAGE FIFTY-FOUR *Jewist ncridHan FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940" TENACIOUSLY WE CLING TO THE SOIL • by DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN President lewish National Fund of America The war that was lanchod with I spirit of freedom and of its standthe assault on Jewry seven years ard-bearors. Our martyr history ago is now reaching the hour of ultimate crisis. Some of the foundations and landmarks of a civilization that had Hebrew mortar as its cement, stand silhouetted—or fall—against a sky set ablaze by the implacable foes of everything that has been lofty and sacred to the western world for two mlllenia. As we—a people whose conscious memory noes beyond the recorded history of any existing branch of the human family— prepare to usher in the advent of the year 5701 of the Hebrew calendar, the issue is sharply and clearly drawn: The outcome of the struggle will determine whether light, justice and freedom, as advocated by the Prophets of Israel, or darkness, cruelty and oppression, as represented by Nazidom and paganism, are to be enthroned as the masters of the world's destiny. There is strength.. hope and comfort in the delineation of the issue. Right will prevail over might! In its long history our people has witnessed and survived the rise and fall of brutal tyrannies that sought similar world domination throgh the crushing of the is the classic example of stubary setbacks—of the spiritual doubling our efforts—and call born resistance to evil and steadfortresses which guarded, proupon American Jewry to respond fast and unflinching hope for tected and sustained us in the to this call—for the wartime task the victory of right. The severer past. Taking up these tasks of of the Keren Kaymeth which the crisis and the greater the defense, we squarely face the merits the support and coopera' suffering, the deeper and ihe responsibilities of this grave tion of every Jew! More land ; stronger has become the hope hour. Together with the forces for more food for more people jiof the Remnant of Israel; the of democracy in the world, we in Eretz Israel! more numerous became the stand guard over its bastions %  ] ranks of those who accepted reamong which Eretz Israel is one sponsibilities for the outcome of of the few remaining fortresses. § the struggle. | Hoping, working and struggling | In this struggle, the righting for the ultimate triumph of our | of the wrongs that have been incause, we face the immediate rej Dieted upon Jewry and the upi sponsibilities of the hour. Of j building of Eretz Israel occupy a 'vital importance among these is pivotal part. While bombs are the wartime progfam of the Jewish National Fund in Palestine. In this spirit, we of the Jewish National Fund are refalling from the sky. we must and shall tenaciously cling to the spiritual values which give ife. and to the soil in which our past and future are deeply rooted. 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/ T FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 *Jen isti [faridMairi PAGE FORTY-THREE ~A ~i X r ii N tal Fund Department 11 Youth. Zionisi youth organizations, including Avukah. the \.\ %  %  rican Student Zii mis I Kedrati m: Hal onim, the Zionisi The tl year 5701 witni sses Ihe J. w ish N'ati Kuril, the instrumei i Zionist nil PV men! : i i acquilinn of the if Pali national and inalienable propPioneer Youth; Hapoel Ha'Mizerty. embark d on n w efforts lo rachi, the Religious Zionist Pioextend the land ar as in Jewish ncer Youth: Hashomcr Hadati, possession in Erclz Israel The the Religious Zionisi Scout OrFund. which is now entering its ganization: Hashomcr Hatzair. thirty-ninth year of operation, the Jewish World Scout Organiis engaged, in >var as in peace, zation; Junior Hadassah, the in carrying out the Palestine Young Women's Zi nisi OrganiLand Redemption program which zation of America: Masada. the is the backbone of the upbuild Y uth Zioi Organi iti n of ing HI Jewish Palestine. With America: and Young Judaea, a sum i : more than $28.0 0.CO0 ha\ undertak n for 1940 entrusted to it by the Jewish a pr ran ii hall Y people, the Jewish National Settlemcnl Project. Fund has acquir d and reclaimed than 50 000 lui n land in all j an of Pa I On this land. 157 agricultural tlem nts have b( en • ;hi d and are existii I lay With tli< bi ginning oi in %  .. %  ffort ler tin' auspi J L HJ TO M THE FUTURE by E. !. KAUFMANN President, Z. O. A. \ i i'.v be] ngs ;n i; j are brave, who throughn and pi i cu! ion, ni in istice and ci ick have n fused to acI I Brave are ..,; %  d si roj ed. at once I thi tai k iHding Bravi ai who when robl %  rivi d of all humai endi houl once a i the future, 'i '• %  i i ;! torj ol ly centuries. Tl 1 ei rj : iur gi ni ral ion. Ii is wrong to assume thai we have b d i >u1 fi i special visitation, Othi r gem ral. have suff r d too and have survived totalitarian attacks. We '...k" courage nol alone from the of the past bul i ven mori from the manner in which our people are facing the dangers "I the present. We, the Jews of America, are doing all we cai ti ring r Ii I 'II those ol i ur family caught in the "no man's land" ol Eui We havi vo\ r. that relief in : neci ssary, cannot thi probI' m of hoi sness. ft it 1 r credit thai we had the • n the prepari in Palestine for homeless in Europe. S in 1 %  i particularly since of the war, all of .' %  mi ri :a been verwheli appi a!s for — I | r tin in in all count i of thi world, including our own. Everywher the doors were shut; ur opened just a littli aj reluctantly and grudgingly we have manag : I av< a fortunate fl w and !n pr i\ !,!. tin m with some measure of securitj in our midst, hut the gr< at problem ol rcsettli mint for the many thousands, still caught in the European upheaval, remaii \'."> have trii d and invi schemi s of resetl sections ol the world. B I I nci of thi roof to < ven the most doul I .' hope rest For I gn at ',;;.k w • 'i,i, %  this Ni Yej to I Zionists of A t to i Je\ Ji ncei oi us. I CONTINUED ON PACRABBi AND MRS. ALEX S KLEINFELD 'isii for .ill Jewry, and | %  i' iy the ,ind worshiper;, I BNAI ISRAEL CONGREGATION St. Petersburg. Ploi A HAPPY NEW YEAR v RAE3I AND MRS. PISER JACOBS 111 EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Florid.! Jewry I RABBI j j ADOLPH BURGER ) i I • Wishes the ofiicers. members and | • worshipers of Con? Rcdclph Sho-j • lorn. T.imp.i. Florida. ,ind the I i Jews of Florida i ? A HAPPY NEW YEAR J i I SINCERE GREETINGS May 5701 Bring Happiness and Joy to All Jewry v I I I I I I I I I I I I M. SCHEIN3AUM | I LOUIS GADON r %  : %  "d to AII Jew: y and I i ularly the R.ibt'i. Oft e s and Meml i i RAB3I AND MRS. P. ZISSMAN S'.. Aug-s'.ino, Fla. • %  WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. 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K FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 *JenisiiIkiill 11 PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN X A LI OF TRUTH by RABBI DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN T My Brethren of the Household of Israel. Everywhere. Greeting: Shalom: When I was Rabbi it) Cincinnati one of tin 1 students of the Hebrew Union College, now a well known rabbi. Abram Foldman, told me an interpretation reading the Torah we say: Praised art Thou our God who hast chosen us from all the people and has given us His law And after the reading we say: Praised art Thou Lord our God who hast given us a Law of TRUTH. and has implanted withm us eternal life On this most tragic New Year in the History of Israel as it is the most tragic in the history of many peoples, these thoughts com,back t.i me with renewed emphasis and meaning. We have been criticised by intelligent people because we say that we have been chosen, but they forget and we often forget that we have been chosen to accept the Torah The Torah of Israel has laid the foundation oi Whatever love, kindness, sympathy, truth, justice there is m the world. Christianity and Mohamedanism have educated tin peoples of the earth to the best of their ability to embrace the finer virtues of man. And let us not forget that ISRAEL was chosen to carry that Torah to the world. 'Hast chosen us to give us the Torah." After we read the Torah. study it. understand it. and embrace it. THEN we say: 'Hast given us a LAW OF TRUTH." Even we Jews did not always appreciate what an important message we DR. JACOB H. 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— PAGE THIRTY-FOUR *Jenisti fkirSdMann FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940 OP MARK Till praise and honor and glory, now and forever, Amen." I copy this satiric prayer as tile latest reports oi the terrific raids over London and Berlin ii me ov r the radio. Each day brings more horrifying reports by HABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF A generation ago Mark Twain wrote the following 'War Prayer" with the request that "it can be published after I am dead, for only dead men can tell the truth m this world, and I hive told the whole truth in this prayer." Judge with me this "whole truth." "O Lord, our God, help us to tear their soldiers to bloody shreds with our shells; help us to cover their smiling fields with the pale forms of their patriotic dead: help us to lay waste their humble homes with a hurricane of fire: help us to wring the hearts of the unoffending widows with unavailing grief; help us to turn them out. roofless, with their little children unfriended through wastes of their desolated land m rags and hunger and thirst, sport of the suns flames of summer and the icy winds of winter, broken in spirit, worn with travail, imploring Thee for the refuge of the grave. and denied it in their lives 'For our sakes. who adore Thee. Lord, blast their hopes. blight their lives, protract their bitter pilgrimage, make heavy their steps; water their way with bitter tears: stain the white snow witii the blood of their wounded feet! 'We ask of One who is the spirit of love and who is tinever-faithful refuge and friend of all that are sore beset, and seek His aid with humble and contrite hearts. Grant our prayer. O Lord, and Thine shall be the HABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF .and lire, and exile, the numbers of dead, orphaned, widowed, is by the hundreds of Every evil mentioned in the prayer is present—not only present, but magnified a hundred fold over pven the imof blood. Each day wounded, increased thousands. GET ACTION! Say What You Think When You Think It Avoid Tiresome and Costly Dictation Periods— VOICEWRITE WITH EDIPHONE Edison's Dictating Machine 146 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-5335 WISHING YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR HOME Auto Supply Co. 1756 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 2-8817 NEW YEAR GREETINGS FRED W. HOSEA HART HARDWARE COMPANY 44 N. E. FIRST STREET PHONE 3-8339 %  WMI tw ill. %  i • %  • A HAPPY NEW YEAR 308 East Flagler Street Phone 2-3718 BAGGAGE TRANSFER JONES MIAMI BEACH EXPRESS CO. 716 5th St.—Miami Beach PHONE 53707 HAPPY NEW YEAR from VALSP A R PAINTS SINCE 1832 and BINSWANGER & CO. EST. 1872 127 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-3181 MR. AND MRS. HYMAN KESSER AND FAMILY Wish All Their Cuslom**r Relatives mid Kiit-nilr A HAPPY NEW YEAR agination of its imaginative author. Who can begin to tell the horrors of all Europe today! And all this in countries where religion is observed, and churches are filled, and prayers are uttered without end on either side of the channel! Is this. then, the WHOLE TRUTH.' Ask this question of your own self! Could you utter such a prayer? Even at war. God forbid, would you utter such a prayer? Could such hopes rise in your heart, and such words leave your lips? No. indeed. This prayer is not. then, the "whole truth." though it is biting enough as a satire. And it is much less of a truth today than it was a generation ago. The war today still arouses little enough enthusiasm on the part of the people. In no embattled country are the populace lead to romantic delusions as to the reality of war. In each country people realize the tremendous toll of war. In every land. I believe, despite all propaganda, '.hi' common people hate war. and wish it were ended. The very fact that churches in Europe have to be muzzled; that men of the cloth have chosen exile, the suffering of the concentration Camp, or persecution in their rebellion against war. deMRS. L. SHOPIRO AND FAMILY of the MARE VISTA APTS. 202 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH dares this "whole truth" to be an unpalatable be. Yel truth it was And truth it can again be, if the true spirit of our taith can he swayed trom its true purpose. What "lias made a he of this "whole truth" is the prayers of a whole generation which learned to realize the bane of destructive war. What has made a lie of this whole truth" is the slow, torHired advance of mankind in the conception of a civilized world. Just as man has slowly outgrown his primitive superstitions and fears, so he has learned to see ever more clearly the realities of the world m which hi' lives and the foundations of the world which he would create. Where wars were once a glorious aim and end m lite, they were gradually demoted to means towards glorious ends. Today they have h< en recognized as bitter strokes of desperation. Perhaps tile morrow will learn how to get along without war at all! We progress Our concepts change. Our understanding clarifies. And this progress, and conceptual change, and improved understanding, all manifest themselves m our unworded Extend Best Wishes For A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR BEN GILLER MASONRY—CONCRETE 523 Mic higan Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS HENRY R. CHASE FIRE CHIEF and ASSOCIATES 1 r* SEASON'S GREETINGS To My Many JEWISH FRIENDS GORDON R. BROOME 1 NEW YEAR GREETINGS To My Jewish Friendt -1 i i MARTIN HAMPTON | ARCHITECT | 431 W. 41t Street | Miami Beach. Florida i ijj Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON Clerk oi Criminal Court v^SSSL y A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Friends from SIS-^MNK ^* VENETIAN BLINDS 1 1 HEALTH SPOT SHOE STORE 147 S. E. 1st St.. Ph. 3-5001 MIAMI, FLORIDA hopes and are instigated by our prayers. Our prayers today may become the realities of tomorrow. Our aspirations today will influence the builders of the next generation. But when there are no prayers, and we know not our own aspirations, the next generation falls back upon the ideals of the last, and the morrow turns back to the yesterday. So lei us pray. When this Litter half truth rings throughout the world on the eve of the new year, let us rouse ourselves and examine our innermost prayers. In this year of world desperation let us" ex. amine our aspirations for the world of the morrow. And let us express these prayers and as. pirations. And let us imbue our (CONTINUED ON PAGE 35) TO OUR MANY FRIENDS We Extend Best Wishes for A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR JAMES HOTEL 302 S. Miami Ave. Phone 2-4540 NEW YEAR GREETINGS, to our JEWISH FRIENDS MIAMI LOCK & KEY SERVICE Phone 2-6318 Nights 7-2877 13 S. W. 12th Avenue Opposite Firestone Station GREETINGS A FRIEND %  HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Sales Rentals Exchanges L. D. HAYNES REALTOR 5811 N. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 7-2359 1 | ROSH HASHON A H i GREETINGS | TO OUR MANY FRIENDS 1 FROM FIRESTONE AUT 1 1 O SUPPLY 1 AND SERVICE STORES 1200 WEST FLAGLER STREET. MIAMI 16th AND ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH 7.*•-* • ~mm innurri> • GREETINGS • FROM BALL AND CHAIN 1513 Southwest Eighth Street (Opposite Tower Theatre) MM — .. WISHING A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS T FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY AT MIAMI L. 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' u FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 +Jewist fk-iHiftr PAGE SEVEN HILLEL STUDENTS II FIRST MEETING tions. The principal speaker of ceiving his Baccalaureate degree the evening was Philip Selber, there During the past year Mr. former student and an attorney Hendel served as Educational Diof Jacksonville. rector in the Temple Gates of At the close of the meeting the j Prayer in Flushing. New York. new members of the executive | Aside from the regular High council for the coming year were !Holy Day services at the GainesBEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THREE CENTA 221 N. W. 9th Street BOTTLING CO. Phone 2-3662 elected by STANLEY B. RICHARD T:.< first meeting of Hillel at (In University of Florida con,, Thursday night. September 2ti Mr. Sidney Aronovitz, law student from Key West acted a-master of ceremonies, and The Hillel Society at the Uniintrodueed Dr. Eichhorn. directversity of Florida has joined ,,r of Hillel at the University of with the Gainesville Jewish Florida and at Florida State ColCommunity in securing the scr| e ge for Women, who gave the vices ol Mr Herbert Hendel. stu(acts and figures of the achievedent at the Jewish Institute of They are Sidney Aronovitz, Key West.: Irving Cypen. St Petersburg: Marvin Essrig. Tampa; Kurt Teutsch. refugee student; Arthur Jaffe of Qaines villc and Walter Benjamin, Jacksonville. merits of the organization during th, past year, and what Hillel plans for the coming year Dean Weil dean of the College' ot En!ig at the University. spcki a few words to the students after which Ted Slur wood a student at the University played several piano selecreligion where he is pursuing a course of study which will lead to a Masters Degree in Hebrew Letters and a Rabbinkat degree He is a graduate of the Yeshi\ i Torah Vodaath and the Mesifn Rabbinical High School of Brooklyn. New York and attended Yeshiva College in New York, reville Synagogue. Mr Hendel will conduct a special Yom Kippur service over radio station WRUF at the University of Florida on Saturday. October 12 from 4:30 to 5 in the afternoon. SINCERE WISHES lor a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All My Friends. Relatives and Accquaintanccs BERNICE MILLER \mNm*>*> jm*. ^u*..* % %  i— m —v> %  i HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS CUNNINGHAM JEWELRY CO.. INC. FORT LUADERDALE—31 S. E. 2nd STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA—40 N. E. 1st AVENUE .. -.i...*• %  ..--*'BKlW.I"J1IMiJ An Exclusive Laundrv lor Diaoers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BABY DIE DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY We SUDDIV Diapers or Launder Your Own lor as Low as SI.00 Per Wf>ek 422 S. W. 22nd AVENUE PHONE 4-5515 GREETINGS FROM r^fff fi a rr // BISCAYNE BLVD. AT EIGHTH STREET. MIAMI j j I • -•kjfc-.. %  %  % %  .~'i' -t—rO BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. j WILLIAM HOGARTH and Son WILLIAM RUMBA CONGO TROUPE TEE MASTERS GLORIA GRAFTON BALI-ETTE CHORUS HAROLD and MAE BEE TWO ORCHESTRAS NEVER A COVER CHARGE DE LUXE DINNER $1.50 6 to 10 Nightly L. MR -....,-. l |fl %  4.1 %  tii0WWlNr n<">,ln.ri!1l l M>lb*l> JNHWMUhl WWH IV iB-.W-i. .f-**rWHiH(l SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR :>)' BEST WISHES FORA HAPPY NEW YEAR R. R. BYERS 1 .t


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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 >K •s < \< fJen ist He iriidliiair) PAGE FIVE THE Y.M. H.A.j NOTES I (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) ;i librarian in charge every evening where members will be able ti take out books Other projects sponsored by the Y. W H. A. are :. llowing: Music appreciati > n group which meets monthly and listens to recordings of classical music. Mrs. Charles Blau conducts this group, Weekly knitting group for the : Cross. And last but not least the book review group. This is a division Y W 11 A which meets monthly and at which time a Is reviewed by a prominent lady Several such meetings Held 111 the past and these • ngs were packed to capac% %  SUB JUNIOR DIVISION i', ys from the ages of 13-16 Athletics IS the project of the which meets once a week Mr Lou Safan is the sponsor this group. Y-ETTES Offici rs: President. Rita Fut\ ice president. Charlotte : reco r ding secretarj. .1 I5as>: corresponding secAbraham; tn asurer, Edith Shier: program and publicity chairman. Elaine London; historian, Rita Grossman; r. Mrs Albert Rcisman. group consist.of young i .. i en the ages of 13 and :<; Purpose, to assist the Y. M M A m its athletic, social and cultural activities Meets i %  %  lay night. In July tii.' Y-Ettcs joined the rial Sub l)eb iSrilup. This nations irganization which sends bulletins to all affiliated groups giving them programs of activities for groups of the ages above mentioned BOY SCOUTS Herman Waitsman. Scout Master Meets every Thursday night Won third place in a county drill contest. Maintains the use of a camp site 8 miles south of Miami and frequent visits are made there The troop has a large waiting list. GIRL SCOUTS Miss Frances Ginshurg. Scout Mistress During the past year this group participated in the following projects: Leather crafts, clay. reed, wood burning, raffia, the making of -crap hooks Some of the handcraft work of this group was exhibited in Burdine's Girl Scout window: also in the Southern Regional Convention in North Carolina. On Ma\ ti the Annual Court of Awards where 412 troops participated took place. This troop received 'M\ badges lor wnrk done during the past year FUTURE PLANS Membership Drive — A city wide membership drive will be held on November 4-14 Messrs Joseph A Berman. Sam Blank. Joseph I.ipton. Murry Grossman, co-chairmen It is planned to have every Jewish person—man. woman and child become a mini. :>. r of the Y Planning Board—So much has been heard about building a Community Center that the Y in the near future intends to communicate with .very Jewish organization in the city with a view oi having tin m appoint two representatives to a Planning Board. It will be the purM NEW YEAR GREETINGS S. I. HALPERIN. Inc. 319 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-4771 I I A K E N E H A AND FAMILY Miami Beach Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS BAER'S MARKET 517 Washington Avenue PHONE 5 3661 454 Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR F. I. HUTTIG REAL ESTATE Collins Ave. Ph. 5 3634 NEW YEAR GREETINGS MAGIC CITY CABINET SHOP 2921 N. W. 27th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS ATLANTIC MARINE BOAT YARD 435 S. W. Third Avenue PHONE 2 4991 lM? HAPPY NFW YEAR ill T SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI STATIONERY CO. 72 N. E. 1st Street • SEASON'S GREETINGS MAGRUDER PUMP & SUPPLY CO. 3435 Main Highway j J. A. WHEELER A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH TO ALL OUR FRIENDS ALLEN'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY "Your Satisfaction Our Pleasure" 148 N. E. 3rd St. Ph. 3-8812 pose of this Board to make a survey of general conditions to the end that final plans may be adopted for the building of a Jewish Community Center FEDERATION W. owe a debt of gratitude to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, for without it we could not have attained the successful results of the Y of which we are all So proud. The Federation has assisted us not only through financial allocation, but through the kind cooperation that the members of its various committees have shown us from time to time It is indeed a pleasure to extend hearty greetings to both our Jewish and non-Jewish friends May the New Year bring about the realization on the part of the members of the Y that the institution means so much to them and can be made to mean much mon i! they want it so. May the N.w Year also bring home the knowledge to the Jewry of the Greater Miami area, as they sit in their places of worship and take inventory of the past year. if they want to preserve their SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS W. A. KIRKHAM Shoreland Arcade PHONE 2-4647 Rosh Hashonah Greetings The Key to Savings HAR-BEN HARDWARE, Inc. 749 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-5818 To Our Many Friends and Customers. Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR LINCOLN ROAD PHARMACY 347 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3336 Best Wishes to My Many Friends and Customers for a HAPPY NEW YEAR I H KNIGHT U-DRIVE-IT CO. 219 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-9479 Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Friends and Customers K E L LEYS RESTAURANT 740 5th St. Phone 5-9957 GREETINGS To My Jewish Clients LEWIS E. COOK Insurance—Mortgage Loans Ingraham Bldg. •, *ji.*'i NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS l i JEFF LANIER'S RECREATION CLUB 50 S. E. First Street %  ..-,1'WirmaiTi M i To My Many Jewish Friends 2 and Customers — May The New Year Bring You | JOY, HAPPINESS and PROSPERITY <[< A. L. AUSTIN SOIL FILL 321 N. W. 49th Street PHONE 7 1569 4 i Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR i' ART STONE MANUFACTURING COMPANY JAMES ARBONA 2829 Bird Road young and to keep them within the Jewish fold then this institution can be a tremendous aid to them. Let him or her absorb the beauties of our own people and of our own faith. Provide him with those needs that his spiritual and physical self crave for. Provide these which today are necessities, greater necessities than ever before and much of the greater delinquency and unruliness will disappear. The old saying of ",. healthy nvnd in a healthy body" is never more true than when spoken of in connection with our youth. It is an institution such" as the Y hopes to be that will make these wishes realities May the New Year 5701 bring to all the officers, members and friends of the Y. M. H. A., to Jewry everywhere, true happiness, peace and prosperity. SURVIVAL "It is no longer a question of Jewish refugees, but rather a 'question of the ability of Europe | to survive. The fate of millions of homeless wanderers todav is tied up with the fate of Europe. A final triumph of force will spell the doom of all of these people, while only the success of democracy and liberalism can bring relief and hope to those in utter despair "Relief programs will have to b. revised, policies will have to be changed to meet new situations and new tragedies as they occur. It is for this purpose promanly that I have returned to America."—Morris C. Troper. SEASON'S GREETINGS INTERSTATE MARBLE & TILE W. G. EARNEST 163 N. E. 24th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS JACQUES BEAUTY SALON 677 Washington Avenue Phone 5-6866 COMPLIMENTS T HENRY D WILLIAMS i' "S" t s MODERN PAINTING COMPANY FRED J. WALKER 2214 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-8023 To Our Many Friends and Patrons A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LOWE'S Texaco Service Garage Your Patronage Appreciated 470 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 3-9104 Sincere Wishes to Our Many Friends For A HAPPY NEW YEAR BARKER TODD BOATS 3256 N. W. 27th Av. Ph. 3-1482 NEW YEAR GREETINGS CECIL BROCK SERVICE STATION 245 N. W. 1st Avenue SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T MR. AND MRS. JACK HIRSCH AND SON S E I. I G COMPLIMENTS OSCAR F. MILLER NEW YEAR GREETINGS E A T W E L L RESTAURANT I 1909 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8891 ( Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR i i J. C. CRESS CO. • Store Fixtures and Scales I A HAPPY NEW YEAR •i ; I. D. P ADORR and hi tone COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 704-6 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-5822 Watch For Our New Location <:* • K Butcher & Bakery Equipment j 8 IJitl N Miami Av. Ph. 3-7H-1T \ I I HMMUMM i*niiPinliKmiiuitli!. I A Most Ha apy New Year CORAL GABLES MOTOR CO.. INC. 1607 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Cor.il Gables PHONE 4-3211 •tpfci'f i mnt Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR i< A. F. D. BLOODWORTH i...--. %  ...



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1940 -~i :3 Jen#\s#> ihrMkM) PAGE FORTY-NINE MEET THE CHALLENGE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 481 i European events reaches ever attentive cars, Bui it > s J |lst m sucn extraor. nines that B'nai B'rith as an even greater rcsponsibilItj to America and to Jewry. Our job is tn remain calm and i,, help others to stay calm, too; lo be ready for any emergency; id answer any call our government may make upon us with all the resources and manpower :it our command, but to shun dent and panic. We must be alert to repel any and all dan• thai may threaten our counirj from within or without, hut A.il he playing into the hands of the enemy of America, foreign or domestic, if we allow is lo he driven into individual or collective hysteria For 'he coming year let our ralcry he faith, determination. rouragc faith in the future of rica; determination that it shall he the future that its fathers planned for it courage to build that future, come %  r may, '.'.' %  live in a land which is the stronghold of that fighting !Hith of equal nhts to all and n i responsibilities for all. Our I'I.IL: The American Flag lever been blacked out ami HAPPY NEW YEAR j GREETINGS i I MAJOR WALSH I j SALVATION ARMY | | 115 E. Church. Orlando. Fla. never will be blacked out if we stick firmly to the job of protecting the nation against unfriendly designs from without and making it secure against enemies m our own household. Some ol those who are suffering from the jitters over events abroad ami their repercussion on this country are beginning to question the efficacy of democracy t.. meet the challenge ol tli.' time.-. We of B'nai B'rith are not among such doubters and never will he We have confidence that the dynamics of democracy are far more powerful that any totalitarianism can ever be. We have faith that democracy will and can manilest its strength and power to meet every and any challenge if all Americans—of all races, creeds and political Convictionsaccept the disciplined responsibility that citizenship in a democracy imposes and count no sacrifice too dear if only freedom may prevail, We of B'nai B'rith stan.I ready for that sacrifice today as we always have and always will. That is our message to America, to Jewry and to B'nai B'rith everywhere on the eve of the Ni-w Year PREPARE NOW 10 FACE THE FUTURE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 43) ( \< ry class and of every shade of opinion to join in helping to preserve what we have already established in Palestine We must unite to help extend the possibilitise of Palestine as a place of immediate refuge. We must give them that chance. Hitler did not find us altogether unprepared. One-half million Jews who otherwise would have been without a home over their heads now have home and security m EretZ Yisroel; organized, strong, self-sufficient they face the future with courage and faith. They have proven what Jews can do m a land they can call their own They have proven their ability to defend it Greetings and Best Wishes EBERHART FLOOR COVERING STORE NEW LOCATION 485 N. Orange Avenue Ph. 7025—Orlando. Florida as well as to build it. They present the greatest human manifestation of our time, establishing not merely a haven of refuge but a rich new lit.and social order that invites tinadmiration of the world. This achievement ol our people in Palestine should make us proud The example of their courage and bravery should inspire us with new hope and with new courage to face the future As we join in prayer for the NewYear we should thank God for the privilege that is ours to help build once more the Jew ish Homeland We should be grateful that in these United States we have tln> freedom not alone to shape our own lives and to worship m our own way, but also the means and the opportunity to help save the remnant of Israel. We must resolve to devote our means and our strength to preserve and to extend what our Chalutzim have ahead;, i tablishcd in Palestine As An icans we shall pray lor the preservation ol democracy for the redemption of free peoples everywhere in the world Wi must have complete faith in the Ultimate defeat of the enemies of democracy and when that day shall come Israel :n Palestine will fmd its proper place among the nations of the world. Best Wishes for a Happy j Nl w Year j MISS A. ROSS |2ii7 Gore W Orlando. Fla "I SINCERE GREETINGS May 57(11 Bring Happiness and Joy to All Jewry L J I Happy New Year Greetings YON FURNITURE CO. Orlando. Florida .. %  **%  *'*'Mft.-->. IK':HI -#.'.%  HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS ORLANDO WELDING CO. 324 W. Pine Orlando. Florida '•! %  l..rfK' -,.<4-l-i< MR. and MRS. B. J. COHEN AND FAMILY Orlando, Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS (H MR. and MRS. LOUIS BAUM 131 N. Orange Orlando. Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS NEHI BOTTLING CO. Orlando. Florida NEW YEAR GREETINGS -f. e '|f, A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL D. VARNER 234 W. Central Avenue Phone 3153 ORLANDO. FLORIDA STUDFBAKER Distributor and Denier HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS DATSON DAIRIES Orlando. Florida T Happy New Year Greetings JACK BOYLES MOTORS N Orange-Livingston Phone 9902 Orlando. Fla > MI %  mi %  JtPKi,fcj.^ .-' *,...-# New Year Greetings | FLORIDA BUSINESS I EQUIPMENT CO. j 37 S. Main Orlando. Fla. I I %  • MUMMMMIMM -' %  • % % %  iir HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS %  %  PERFECTION DAIRY Rio Grand? Avenue Orlando. Florida •If T FARM & HOME MACHINERY CO. PUMPS AND PORTABLE IRRIGATION DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE STATE 'I' HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS I !.!** ,i at"*"* i I • "• HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS FOREMOST DAIRIES i 714 Franklin Phone 3973 | | HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY FRIENDS ORLANDO WILLYS CO. ORLANDO. FLORIDA : 900 N. Orange Avenue Phnne 7595 Orlando. Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS i NEW YEAR GREETINGS WALTER J. WILCOX IN<^ I FOSTER FOOD STORE < ; Grocery. 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[ ,_£/•^ PAGE EIGHT *Jk*%isfr norkUsui FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 vote FOR MIAMI P rosperity Approval of 10-Year Bus System Control Means: 1 Removal of street cars AT ONCE. 2 Lower Bus Fares. 5 cent zone downtown 7-cent token fare (now 8 2 cents) 4-cent tickets for school children (now 5 cents. Universal transfers 3 Many more bus routes— "owl" service—through routes east-west, northsouth. Faster "express" runs from suburbs 4 Prosperity for Miami— no city can grow without enough transportation. BE SURE TO GO TO, THE POLLS vote FOR The Bus Measure October 8th (P.nd Political Adv.) EDUCATE URGED BY .• i %  NEW YEAR GREETINGS \ CEMENTINE PRODUCTS 3220 N W. 27th Avenue PHONE 3.4234 %  The following call to Jewish parents of America has been issued by the American Association for Jewish Education and the National Council for Jewish Education. The former is a national organization representing the laymen's interest in the problem of Jewish education in this country. The latter organization represents the Jewish education profession in this country. This manifesto is issued in connection with Jewish Education Month and Week which is initiated by these two organizations. Jewish education Month began September 15th and will last through the 27th of October. Jewish Education week is from October 20th through the 27th. GREETINGS COURT HOUSE BILLIARD ROOM The Best and Biggest in the South BILLIARD ROOM SUPPLIES MORRIS BAIN. President PHONE 27452 37.41 N. W. Miami Court • -*• %  .•. %  .1-., BMMMSMMMMMMWV NEW YEAR GREETINGS CRAY & DRANO REALTORS 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Cor.il Gables. Florida PHONE 4-5570 %  %  • HMMu .. ^ I.-.a puf nun JUICES Order tome today! Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION s\l SAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beet Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago To the Jewish Parents of America: The New Year which is about to begin finds us in the midst of an extraordinary crisis in the life of civilized humanity. We are in the midst of a titanic conflict between ideologies and | nations, and our people are perhaps the chief victims of the evil forces that have been loosened upon the earth. Insofar as our role in this struggle is concerned, we. the ijews of America, are profoundly grateful that our lot is linked with that of a great, tree and powerful land, among whose citizens we are proud to he numbered, and in whose defense we are eager to share. No greater privilege can come to any man in this day and generation than to be an American We deem it also a supreme privilege to be Jews, for all the slanderous falsehoods of our enemies cannot rob us of the knowledge that we are the heirs of a great and immemorial culture, of a faith and tradition that encouraged the growth of the finest products of the human spirit. The ethics of the Ten Commandments and the ideals of the Hebrew prophets ari' still tin' living inspiration of those who are today taking a valiant stand against the onslaught of the black legions of the earth. Over a span of thirty centuries, this faith and these traditions have been passed on like a torch from generation to generation, and today this torch rests in our keeping Tin mandate of our living past, the voice of our duty to America, and the clear though unspoken plea, of our young, call upon us to transmit this torch to or sons and daughters, Jewish parents of America! Give your children an education m the faith and traditions of their fathers! Endow them with ideals thai will enrich and discipline their lives in prosperity. and provide them with a source of strength in adversity What greati r boon can you confer upon your children, especially in this brave hour.' Does it now . Will you try Dr. Miles Nervine? weUom i:i Your druggist has it. Large bottle $1.00 Small bottle 23 Sincere Wishes IT AH Our Friends and Customers for a HAPPY NEW YEAR CLEVELAND CARPET CLEANING CO. 212 S W. 17th Avenue PHONE 2 5328 % %  < SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DOLPHIN HOTEL N. E. 1st AVENUE M I A M I PHO". !.is' i n. I'ri nds, Your Y ar i '.'!.' %  '.. and H !. A KAPPY NEW YEAR CLARK'S SHELL STATION 6471 N. W. 7th Avenue Jewish education will make their Jewishness a possession of pride and glory. Do the slanderers of our people try to make it appear that Judaism is a badge of shame.' Jewish education will make it what it is: a badge of honor! Shall Jewish parents spend their lives gathering an inheritance of material tilings for |their children—things which the hurricanes of hate may sweep away—and fail to bequeath to them the most precious heritage of all—an ideal and a spiritual discipline In every Jewish community in America there are Jewish schools where your children may obtain the instruction and guidance in i di d to supplement and complete their public school education Take your children to these schools now. when they are opening their doors for the new school term. Let them come into the heritage which it is their right to receive and your duty to transmit. Mark Eisner, President Bernard Semel. Hon. Secy The American Association for Jewish Education, e '• %  • %  ..-.< i %  %  -: / A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DAVE'S POULTRY ''ft he Je ~ VWIfitie liureau, nnd to the ICl'M. MACK ST< IIIK ma Intn i'i| th< in. It You C.innot Brinn These to the RUMMAGE STORE Loc.ited .it 167 N. W. 5th St Ple.ise Phone Mrs. L. J H.irtl. 2-713S Mrs. Morris Dubler. 5 S I Mn H.irrv Kaufman, 5.4261 Jewish Welfare Office. .". }'," Mrs Meyer Schw.irtz. 2 '861 and they will be c.llled for INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAYINGS NORTGACE LOANS i invincs-nno Loan AuqcuiTioir 45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW COST LONG TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President



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PAGE FORTY-TWO fJenisfi Flcridliiar) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 BRODER AMERSGAN KING CONTINUED FROM PAGE 41) with the possible exception of the bed fastener, which he thought was tricky, he decided l,i go l" bed Ho turned out all the lights, and. intrigued by the Night Light." he pressed the button and presently there ared a green-blue light on which, in the total darkness, reminded him of the \ s of a Frankenstein or Dracula. It was all a new experience %  r Sam. but he was going igh with it. Finally he dei ax. ht's si. •op. lie v >ki up the next mi rning to on the plains of is. and thereafter, in Now Mi sici il ivas struck by ihe i am n soil stn for lmndreds oi miles, with scarcely any tation or habitation. Here re a fev istei I adobe shacks, a few cows resting in fa branching tree. a mare hiding her colt under her belly, protecting it ironthe blistering sun. Sam thought that man) politically and religiously oppressed people of Europe i tind refuge in those unin% %  (! territi .it he was • settling the troubli oi thi ; just now, and besides, rica had too many foreign, rs already! A other nij ht and he found himself In Los Angeles, An American city with a Spanish name? That wouldn't do! He hoped that the American Legion, to which he belonged, would change it. Since he was going to see Los Angeles on the way back, he proceded the next day to Monterey, a stop-over before going to the Exposition on Treasure Island. San Francisco. What Sam had soon thus far was insignificant with the spectacle of the Del Monte Hotel. He was virtually in a fairy land. A large white building with red tile roe.f emerged majestically fr< m a grove oi giant trees, encircled by white cottages with colored Tool's, covered with vine and surrounded by well-trimmed %  at d ii n of flowv rs oi an infinite variety oi col, rs Till %  •• Iks radiated in all while smooth roads wound around I irough majestic in this vast ite of many Thi % %  w %  re green-c irpeti d ii rraces wi he umm r furniture, or reen upon which people w> re practicing golf. All this was intriguing, but w hi n Sam notici d th is ly green %  of a tree point d down instead of up. and learned that this was the Japanese monkey-"business" tree, he was completely stumped! Tins luxurious vegetation and artistic ing confused San fi It that pi ssibl) hi did not belong here, and that it was all a mistake! After some hesitancy. Sam mustered enough courage and approached the hotel desk. He signed his name on a card and when the clerk called the bell hop and told him: "Show Mr. Broder to his room." his knees became steadier and a wave of courage -urged through his entin body. He felt that he had jumped a high hurdle and came through without a scratch. His room was immaculate. wi ll-appointed, and. if he ever married, he was certain that this was the place to spend his honeymoon. It was decidedly thi he had ever seen. Thi lay he was gr by the bell bi ys, th porti r. the man 11 argi of the travi reau, thi hotel clerk, and when j spied a letter in Sam"s hands, he snatched it and said, %  Til mail il for you." Was this all real? Did they know that he was just plain Sam Brodi r from mid-west America, an unNEW YEAR GREETINGS PURITAN DAIRY 160 N E 30th STREET PHONE 3-5333 licensed real estate broker, who sold Irish sweepstakes in his spare time'.' Confident, with a straight walk, he sti pped out in the open, where he was cordially -rooted by a tall porter dressed in blue livery with ye v. stripes on Jus trousers and a cap to match. It was Sunday morning. The atmosphere was charged with ozone and the sky was intensely blue. Sam strolled for awhile in the garden forest, the magic ., iuty ol it all stirring him to the ci n A tiled mclme led him to a Roman plunge in the opi n. A tank lmed with blue tile ... as filled with warm sea water. : rs, with sci nt bathuits. were < ither swimming Is ; %  and courageous .', I Sam He was gn ally l" mpted to join the crowd. How evi i hi : that th people might r • • • s %  • %  SEASONS GREETINGS and Best Wishes ANDY'S RENDEZVOUS Sea Food—Steak—Chicken Dinners 6th Ave. and Tamiami Trail comment about his abdomen. flat feet, and especially about his facial features. Instantly, the name of a famous plastic surgeon flashed through his mind. but when he recalled a Mrs. Cohen who contracted for an Irish nose and got a bulbous vegetable instead, he dismissed the notion from his head. He walked around the terrace several times: he whistled: practiced walking with dignity, and finally enti red the bath house office A sandy haired attendant assured him that as a hotel gui .~i he was welcome to bathe, but that thi n would be a small charge for the bathing suit. In (CONTINUED ON PAGE 441 I —To My Many Jewish Friends— May The New Year Bring You ABUNDANT HAPPINESSS AND PROSPERITY J. R. FLOYD BONDSMAN PHONE 25708 CIVIC BUILDING NEW YEAR GREETINGS CORAL GABLES BAGGAGE, TAXI and TRAVEL SERVICE Coral way CORAL GABLES HAPPY NEW YEAR W. MARK GRIBBLE AND E. T. STEPHENS. INC. PHONE 7.4818 7520 N. W. 7th Av HAPPY NEW YEAR MRS. HOLLINGSWORTHS National Beauty Shoppe 9S3 SW. SIXTH STREET On Car Line PHONE 2-7925 |_To Our Many Jewi-h Friends—j A HAPPY NEW YEAR GUNN & GOLL CONTRACTORS j Ph 7-6697 69 N. E. 36; h Si A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR THREE WAY PLUMBING CO. "Always At Your Service" PHONE 3-3932 I To Our Many Jewish Friends' 'and Customers—May the New j .Year Bring You Abundant j HAPPINESS AND j I PROSPERITY I I I I WALTON FLOORING GREETINGS | i Protection Service for Mercantile Establishments | MIAMI BURGLAR') Happy New Year !Second Ave. Stove Co.. 201 N. W. Second Ave j PHONE 3-1383 i New and Rebuilt Gas and | Electric Stoves j '._t ALARM CO. AND PROSPERITY FOR YOUR NEW YEAR GREAT SOUTHERN TRUCKING CO. PHONE 26513 64 N. E. 20th Street To On' Many Friends ar d Pat. tons —A H.ippy and Pros jerous New Year THE I. H. HAGOOD COMPANY LINOLEUMS %  %  SHADES FLOOR COVERINGS. ETC 704 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2.4361 MIAMI. FLORIDA J C G HODGES •969 8, W. "Cth Street J PHONES 2.0S33—35844 I MIAMI. FLORIDA j BEST WISHES FOR A | ; I HAPPY NEW YEAR j | Mr. and Mrs. Jack Korobow | |f 33 N. W. 105th Street j | MIAMI SHORES r j May The New Year B Abundant HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY nn Yo, I -To Out Many Jewish Fr.ends— May The New Y< B< -ci You HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY GLOBE PACKAGE STORE PHONE r.giM 7 N. W. 36t" Street B I S C A Y N E T R O P I C A L (J A R 1) E N S N l R S E R Y 523 N. E. 107th Street Nurserv Address 10730 N. E. 6th Avenue can r iti r lost in man Natun %  01 reVCI i .IHI< rs ol Gi h.mA largo selection of shrubs, vines, shade and fruit trees to beautify your home. PHONE 7 4088 I EST NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. •934 % % %  \. E. irth STREET PHONE 3-6921 DISTRIBUTORS KOSHER FOOD PRODUCTS ALSO AGENCIES M A N : SC H E W I TZ — M ATZONOOD LES— BU LK CEREALS AND SPICES—ROKEACH FOOD PRODUCTS CH'N FOODS — FAYNE CO VINEGAR MARTEL SARDINES. ETC COMPANY 229 N. E. 39th Street PHONE 7-6631 I—Tc Our Many Jewish Friends— i JOHN S. GESSNER CO. INTERIOR DECORATORS 722 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 20915 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR i I JOHN C. GAFFNEY, INC. I BUILDING CONSTRUCTION I SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKET 237 NORTHWEST FIFTH STREET PHONE 3-2297 D. KLEBER, Prop. MIAMI. FLORIDA • %  Specializing in All Kinds of Millwork and Maintenance Work" 1776 Pi. dy Avenue PHONE 5.3775 I I i ,.„ .. i%  TO OUR FRIENDS—A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR PENN DIXIE CEMENT CORP. 40 N. E. 22nd Street PHONE 2-3314 L-. "WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE RIGHT" 1419 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 2-7529 1794 N. W. 36th STREET PHONE 3-6179 :385 N. W. 17th AVENUE PHONE 3-2795 EEST WISHES DRINK jtmSEEEB I C. E. SHAWVER i \ tht I I I SHAWVER BUILDERS | I General Contractors 1528 N. W. 9th Street Phone 20523 %  JOSEPH B. SCHWARTZ %  • %  ORRIS SCHWARTZ FLORIDA PAINT CO. Job T--0 Small or Large'' 628 NW. 62nd St. Ph. 7 \ I .Extends New Year Greetings! I I To All His Friends and Customers -J v. A V. ,QANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY F. H. A. LOANS BUILDING MONEY 1394 N. W. 36th St • Bt PHONE 14212 (' t> 5ft Enjoy Magnificent MIAMI „ Florida at Low I ar n un I hotel, ei tin 1} %  proof, with steam heat tor < Evi rj advai %  !' lera 11 JOSEPH il ADA %  5; 250 Rooms with Sntn From S2.50 Singh MIAMI, FLORIDA_i



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V FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 "fiJenist IThiriidliirfiin PAGE ELEVEN -*S / ( fi NEW YEAR MESSAGE by I I EVERETT R. CLINCHY I (Director the National Confer| lence of Christians and Jews | Hashonah provides ssons for Christians as well With the temporof freedom in Frai Norway and the Low tr.es, Christions see tiny is one .I, M Numi i .uare for all Americans in Holy Daj s i thing, there is .< i : human expi rience righteousm C i grateful (< >r tl i stan. ish history ol the tri: the true, the good and %  ;ii over falsehi iod. i vil Our own I: i when low has i should str< ngthi n of Jc v. s then is th< .ian eli ment in I : istian tradition I i] lured the ei I Ji -AS of the past, nor ::., .. \ great Christians. Howus are the Voic< Destruction today, the message : Hashonah is that faith I j ield to panic. lird observation to be from the Jewish Christian at this season is the fatigable sense of mission that Bible Jews had to vitalize ,i s of their faith It was • • ative, constructive, prodrive t<> build a better CONTINUED ON PAGE '71 To My Many Jewish Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR ISAAC JOFFE Executive Director Greater Miami Jewish Federation PLAIN TALK dust of the earth. At times the winds took up handsful of this i • and earned it about here and there, over mountains and to chimney pots. One day a grain oi Hitler's dust was separated from its neighbors. It flew alone in the wind. It was a swift, rather violent wind just before a ram storm. On tins journey the grain of dust fell into a varity oi vicissitudes. It blew into the eye of a Jew Bi rim. He was walking on Einstein strasse (it had been so renamed in memory ol the great philosopher) when he suddenly an Irritat ii his i y i Afti i rubbing his eye with his in vain, he hougl old remedy. He raisi 'i his eyelid and spat three Hi '.'. as an.a/i d to bl im: ail Ij r< lii •. i d grain oi Hitler dust was i up by the wind again and blowi aga nsl a window pane. Next day the hausfrau dusted off the window, then dusti d oil the ray into the air. "So much dust." she sighed. SI ems no end of dust." She was an old hausfrau, the widow of a soldier who had died for Hil The grain of dust blew away, was taken up to the stratosphere, then. swiftly it was hurled back to the earth toward .1 ci rtain village, to a certain barnyard It fell into a dungheap and ill re it lay. All this is in mj as I bend my c yes over thi crystal Yes, there it is: I set in the crystal a small object no bigger than a pin point. It seems unSome looking into this < rystal, may saj I I you see is only a defect in the M Bui I insist: This looks like what I wished for a i rystal always gives me what I wish, for HAPPY NEW YEAR H. GEORGE FINK 2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T BILL FOSSETT'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY •68 S E FIRST STREET PHONE 2-7691 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 0 : cruelty, their Iholl CO' their hah must never again be allow i d to afflict the earth. It rope I to segn gate them in M.i :. Hm in the end compassion prevailed For the sake of the great Germans who had been— Mo/art. Beethoven and Mendelssohn, Goethe, Hem.' and Einstein, Mann and Wassermann— Germans were allowed to remain in Europe. Eventually, after a long probation, they were taken into the fraternity of the human race. Hitler's grave had been forgotten. His hones mingled with the I TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR "Your P.itron.Tne Appreciated* TENNESSEE POULTRY CO. 1340 S W. 8th Street PHONE 2.9617 A HAPPY NEW YEAR •The Best Ice Cream In Miami" GOOD HUMOR ICE CREAM CO. 460 S. W. 17th Avenue TELEPHONE 2 3731 i ; GREETINGS RING. MAHONY & ARNER CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS OFFICES MIAMI MIAMI BEACH I AMES T. WILSON Superintendent of Schools for Dade County %  < A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR T PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminatinq PACCO PRODUCTS" 334 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami. Florida -. THE MASTERBILT CORPORATION 605 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES BEST OF LUCK A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIKE DALLETT'S GARAGE cS SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty-Third Street PHONE 5-6721 MAMI BEACH NEW YEARS GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO. 1520 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-2907 J. B. HURST TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS WE EXTEND SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR M I A Ml IN I) I S I R I A L B A \ k The Bank for the Individaul 46 West Flaaler Street SAVINGS SI.00 Opens an Account LOANS Safe Deposit Boxes As Low as $3.00 Per Year % %  %  Telephone 2 0521 DEPOSITS INSURED by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. WASHINGTON. D. C. 85000 fO?.EACH DEPOSITOR $5000 FOR EACH DEPOSITOR MAXIMUM INSURANCE A HAPPY NEW YEAR—FROM HARBOR PLYWOOD CORPORATION Complete PLYWOOD Service 25 N. E. 25th Stieet Miami Florida You Can Do It Better With Plywood IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A TRULY HAPPY NEW YEAR V NATHAN MAYO Commissioner ol Agriculture STATE OF FLORIDA T MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE SAPERO AND FAMILY and LAWRENCE LUMBER CO. EXTEND TO ALL THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 841' NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEW HEWES OUTBOARD MOTORS — BOATS Authorized Johnson Dealers Since 1925 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 2-8918 SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR HIRSCH-FAUTH FURNITURE CO. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE Interior Decorators and Imoorters BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT FOURTEENTH TERRACE PHONE 3-4669 MIAMI The Jersey lee Cream Co., Ine. 62 N. E. 27th STREET PHONE 2-1751 EXTENDS TO ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR M'



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FRiLAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 *' J&vislh 9' t<<•< %  •< *• %  mnnim But all these events, each Nazi diatribes, his m, K rve-celitel OI on — -~i ... I ms, America. I ither members of the Nazi bloc, while not so blatant as Thorkelson. rarely lost an opportunity to give aid and comfort The rise m anti-Semitism into Uu dictators. spuvd and paid for by the Nazis During the year Just ended the was reflected in Washington, Intergovernmental Committee on and particularly in the Congress, Refugees met in Washington, and And while anti Si mitism has in America. proagents in this country .... ... ,. ,. .. the time important to Jewry, are I lie Dies (. ommittee polished %  .-,,,, ... ... r\ II no. .i onlv skirmishes in the battle for iff William Dudley Pelley,, the "American Streicher." And it did much to reveal tile machinations of the German-American Bund. Father Coughlin's machine found rough going, in the last -a the Anglo-Saxon nabay. This is what w< aloft the torch of freein the year 5700 civilization, rve-center ol one oi lh ,-""•" Intergovernmental Committee on v : „-. as the ] s npir ', that T '"'"' y 'V Refugees met in Washington, and |tion of Broadcasters used its /,,' n" nakeo, ,-,'V d "'""' T Sl "' ,t,sm has heard President Roosevelt prepressure to keep his vicious diapSab bastU to ; "" T\ "" ,! I'' A '"r' tha < ">" M spill upbribes ofl ,h, air %  .'„,.,-,. the pe, v „ hav, learned that i, %  | ma nity between ten and The State Department, after 7 m „a this !i ."v. •'"! WM PV" his twenty million refugees The I many delays, took cognizance of Koi ^at happened this thesis ol divid, a,,,, rule, yet figures sounded preposterous, the political activities of Nazi V f Wh US, ; r completely been but soon the President was consuls in the United States .. awakening ol Washstamped out When its embers proved right, as Europe's roads Friedrich Ried was tossed out of the awful menace ol are low. new N nej feeds „ ,-, choked with families on the > — ,,l Hitler and his war t a nd again it bursts into flame move, torn from their homes by Nothing today is so i n the Congress there arose • %  n„ Nazi war machine, Americans Jews, definite "Nazi bloc." Its loudest The Intergovernmental Comor any others as the member was Rep Jacob Thorkmittee approved the Dominican elson, a first-termer from MonRefugee project, which is now tana Thorkelson. who speaks going ah, ad full tilt. with a heavy accent, rarely from Washington, But the defense of America—and all the principles for which America stands. So long as Democracy exists anywhere in the world, it will exist everywhere %  im •.; men saj that th first ...ia victory of the Happy New Yfnr to Many Friends Our is now guided even if MR ANO MRS. GETZUG MAYOR JEWELRY. INC. 16 N. E. 1st AVENUE : Pittsburgh over spoke outright in the House Hut the Dominican Republic could .-., mills ol the Ruhr It is ... v that this world war • %  ; between the airplane ,ni California and the • Dachau, and Essi n, tremendous to all ... %  ., %  i it is ( ven greater '. i For it is lib A for th< Nazis, in ...,r means total de•:., .lews from poll hi abused his Congressional accept within the next few years privileges to an unprecedented the entrance of 100.000 refugees extent, inserting in till Congressional Record nearly ,, half milNEW YEAR GREETINGS STATE FARM Mutual Auto Insurance Co. J. S Todd Crawford. Dist Mgr. Postal Building A Happy New Year to Our Many Jewish Customers TROPICAL SERVICE. 132 N. E. 20th St SIGN INC. Phone 2 7508 I Most Happy New Year to GEORGE V. POTTER All 975 N. W. N. River Drive ... %  A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. GENUINE ENGRAVED STATIONERY BUSINESS. PROFESSIONAL HOTEL • SOCIAL WEDDING INVITATIONS VISITING CARDS COMPETING WITH OUT-OF-TOWN FIRMS P I CK ET T ENGRAVING CO., Inc. TELEPHONE 2-1594 207 S. MIAMI AVENUE '.'>•* %  %  *. %  i BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR MAY IT BHING YOU HEALTH HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY FRANK O'NEILL I 1 1 SEASONS GREETINGS 36TH STREET HOTEL 744 N W 36th Stieet To Our Many Friends A Most Happy New Year TWIN OAKS GRILLE 628 S. W 2nd Avenue MNCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASONS GREETINGS THREE WAY GARAGE WALTER G. MARTIN 3492 Main Highway BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE GROSSMAN PRIVATE SCHOOL 1419 S. W. 5th Street Phon* 2-0179 To Our Friends and Patrons Aqain We Say HAPPY NEW YEAR WONT YOU HAV-A-TAMPA CIGAR?" THEY'RE BETTER' ELI WITT CIGAR CO. 73 N. W 8th S'reet HAPPY NEW YEAR DADE COMMONWEALTH TITLE CO. —Represi nting LAWYER'S TITLE INSURANCE CORP. of RICHMOND. VA. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS — TITLE INSURANCE The Oldest and Most Complete Plant in Dade County Abstract Dept. 37 N. E. 1st St.—Title Dent. 1st Federal Bldg. PHONE 3 7641


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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 vJewlsti fhrkUon PAGE FIFTEEN u ') SHOLOM by STANLEY C. MYERS President Greater Miami Jewish Federation i r RECIPROCAL j On this, the beginning of a New Year in Jewish history, as President of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, I greet you with our ancient salutation of SHALOM. What a strange word in this war-torn world! What a paradox it is. that the Jewish people, to whom PEACE has ever been the highest aspiration, is today being crushed between the millstones of warring nations. Our history is replete with examples of the almost fanatic reverence for peace. King David, we are told, was not privileged to build the Temple, because of the wars he waged, even though it was enemy blood he shed, and by the same token, none was so honored as* %  HUM. because he nnual campaigns sponsored by !• i di ration and the Dade Oumtv thi uv.it sage : ol p ace and .\ pursuer il ;' ace l say "warring nations?" p Kcuse that expression Tl,, s is not -i war i: mis is ;i fight for CIV1 i DEMOCRACY i a ( | nife And wc. as An • .1 ws. cannot bi i struggle If i fall II di n : II I,. us not delud %  I Of I !.!• Democrats W w k, Mi i •' mity %  Our lut; %  %  %  %  n to i n %  ii ipati BEST WISHES FOH •"• HAPPY NtvV N E AH GREEN CANDLE TEA ROOM SILVER BLUFF A V E I.KS KI.A HOME COOKING —PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE Community Chest. The nods ol all beneficiaries of these two major campaigns are evi n greati r than last year The blood of our bn non-Jew alike 1 'Save us. else Shall we I obvious nali i mi Yi ar i'l :"..: to us, : led heall tricken : %  P DM: "In the midst of these threats we call mi our people for unity. The relationship between a people and their governmi nt is not ;i one-way thoroughfare, The obligations are reciprocal. They call for that concert of soul and purpose which knows no distinction of race, origin, color or religion "We know that Jews and Gentile, Catholic and Protestant. white and colored, rich and pour. native burn and foreign born will rise in all their might and holy zeal to guard these portals against the fate which has wrecked other peoples and other civilizations. •"To this high commitnv nt we pledge ourselves and all that we shall here undertake,"—Senator Alben W. Barkley. STANLEY C. MYERS HAPPY NEW YEAR E. W. F STIRRUP Pioneers Of South F i l e st ite PHONt 4-5664 WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR T B. W. THACKER Adding M rid Type wi ti I Sold, Rented. Rer Exchanged. Ask about our Rental Purchase Contract. PHONE 2 N. E. Fir*t Street MR. and MRS BARNEY HANSON and FAMILY and the HANSON ROOFING COMPANY PIONEER ROOFERS IN THIS AREA 2236 N. W. Miami Court MIAMI PHONE 2-6582 WITH ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO. JAS. L. TURNER. Ower Spcci.ihzmq in Storing. Baggnge. Household Goods. Store Office Equipment FUR AND RUG VAULTS Crating, Packing and S 251 S. W. First Couit PHONE 2-1208 In the He.irt of Miami, F Loc.il ,md Long Distance Motor Freight Terminal HAPP Y NEW YEAR H : MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 122 N. E. 11th Street lit : I SCHI ITZ BEER OLD MILWAUKEE BEER MIGROCO WINES THE SCHWOB CO. MIAMI TAMPA ORLANDO PENSACOLA JACKSONVILLE ST PFTERSBURf, WEST PALM BEACH rrJjGUST BROS RvJ 4 J Is the BEST' :. %  t AR TO ALL OUH JEWISH FRIENDS ACME SUFFLY CO. I N. E. Sixth Rl DA Sincere Wishes lor n HAPPY NEW YEAR ABE ARONOVITZ and Family %  *R CREETIN.GS FREDERICK'S MARKET i STREET HAPPY NEW YEAR THE PUBLIC SELF-SERVICE STORES A STORE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY" 337 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2 5921 New Year Greetings TUTAN MOTORS C B. TUTAN Dodqe Dodqe Trucks Plymouth 216 Minorca Ave. Phone 4-7641' Coral Gables A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Iron and Metal oi All Descriptions PHONE 3 4292 RICHIE METALS New and Used Plumbing Supplies I. Levin 2116 N. W. 27th Avenue Miami. Florida TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DULCIE CIGAR CO.. Inc Miami Avenue a' 13th Street—Phone 2 43'iO BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE, Inc. "TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami. Florida PHONE 3 4011 11 "I The City of Miami Beach E VER MINDFUL OF THE INVALUABLE CONTRIBUTION TO THE GROWTH OF THIS COMMUNITY i HAT HAS Bl PROVIDED BY ITS JEWISH CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS. TAKES PLEASURE IN EXTENDING TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T i i I I I 1:1 I 1 I I 61 I 0



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7 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 h Wl$l Itl "i s .\' I tl : roan was I hi And I %  M placi is in | Paradise:" "Win n you pray." taught Isia, I, Master ol the Good N ime. "be CIH'I rful, lik %  a son who il wa> for -lands in the ; of lus beIhe two mi n love d fath. r Ev< n if you havi sinn, d. and are repenting, do not wi ep." Such w< re the sayings of [srael. Master of the Good Nam, foai lal ored all day %  vening just managi s m an amen" to someprayer, attracts the atth Upper Worlds. I • us! How he has pa U \\ i have m"' Thus and Thi > A, i, brought before the Heavenly Court, and the scholar was aski d "Wh il you do with your life?" He and: "My life was di dicated I sanctity I n ad the sacri through so times, with all :., %  m "f the wise mi n upon ii,, Accusing '•.' "True, h, prayi ,1 and stud.,, j i;lr a d n ti h But whi n he passed beli ertaii Cl assidim v. ia n Chassim v\ as declining i Mori i IVI r name ol Jesus has becom synonymous with the rack and thi stake. Win re, then, did Israel and thi Chassidim gi I thi si curious "Christian" >ractices, this di mocracy. this love of the plain folk, this repudiation of the haughty scholars? The answer is simple: Fn m exictly the same source as Jesus, but l y ether chanm Is For the ish, inti TI -', ii here. Are thi tian than I they. Jews i %  than %  Cl ist pei iple? I cannot discovi r any A %  • ancient I i %  CONTINUED ON PAGE 29 which he implantChristian morality has lived on id among his disciples also bear a mong the Jews, with whom u a curious affinity to what Jesus originated, as persistently as taught. Many disciples left among the non-Jews, to whom it lg els and seraphs tr mhis neighbor the laborer on tinbook, Ami %  i voice. %  •. as m a city a might) frequenter of ihe Study, and near him : oor laborer Early eving the scholar rose, picked ni' "is heavy prayer; phylacteries, likewise il books, and proceed thi House ol Prayer and At the same hour the arose and went out From dawn till neon 3 .,! prayi d and studied. %  ..,greatly satisfied with V had fulfilled tin law Ai I as he proceeded home ild al .vaj s ncounter the rei A ho was only thi n running to the House of Prayer %  a word with God .'. i mid smile in I say to himself: rable i| noramus! He ,,• hour .,I. and • • praj And aborei % %  %  i L: his neighbor prayei shawl and phy>acr< d hooks .-. ould bittei : an and saj treel he -mill d contemptuous> Then a voice was hi ard "Let the scale.he brought Tiny placed in one of the scales all the sacred hooks which die ir had studied, and m die other the smile of contempt And the smile of contempt was heavier. Thereupoi tne verdict came' "His place is in Hell'" Than the laborer was brought to judgment, and they asked him: "What did you do with Hi' answered: "I labon d day and nighl to feed my ind children 1 had no time to pray as one should, let alone study the sacred hooks" Then the Defending Angel said: "Bring the scales again." Tiny placi d in one scale all the ignorance of wealth and family, wife and parents, to follow him. and listen Like Jesus. Israel, Master ol the Good Name, wrote no and the record was put down by his disciples, almost a gem ration after his death. The Chassidim were much attached to baptism, or immersion. And a deep-rooted institution among them was the lave least (c f the Christian Agapai I, Now the name of Jesus was anathi ma to those pious Jews. because they would not suhscribe to a human son-ship of Cod Israel. Master of the Good Name, was a plan man. with •' %  ; ur Many Fn. nds v. Extend Best Wishes r a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR T. Our Many Jiwish Friends We Extend SINCERE WISHES tor a HAPPY NEW YEAR T G. O. REED. Inc. ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 1345 Twentieth Street MIAMI BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS VENETIAN CAUSEWAY "THE SHORTWAY" TO AND FROM MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR HOTEL LIDO MIAMI BEACH MR. and MRS. FRANK GALLAT Managers HAPPY NEW YEAR THE BLACKSTONE MIAMI BEACH • To Our Friends and Patrons ; A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CONKLE & COMPANY BAR EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES—HEADQUARTERS 511 N. E. 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PAGE FORTY-SIX fJenisti ffaridfraiin FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1940 A NEW ROAD TO OPPORTUNITY by WILLIAM HABER Executive Director. National Refugee Service .--., %  -. • • %  %  I Here in the United States, Jews will greet tin' New Y, ar in an atmosphere of peace and tolerance. Among them will bv a group of people who are living as ii'ii' human b( ings for the first time in many years. '1". are the n But peace and freedom, vital as they are, do not solve the immediate problems of the emigre. His r survival is no long or a matter of fleeing the concentration ramp and the Gi stapo: it is now a question of finding a job, a home. Learning the language. making new friends. Arriving at a time when many Americans cannot find the answers to some of tnese questions, the refugee needs help and assistance in getting on lus feet. Out in Missouri, in a littli town, there is a refugee who owns a smail bargain clothing store. Not a very impressive business enterprise, yet its owner makes a modest living—adequate for a comfortable life Coi himself, his wife and his fiveyear-old daughter. Although they've only lived there a year, they lik.> the town, like the rs. are happy about their prospects for a modest, peaceful life. This man with his little St il represents in simple, human, individual terms, the aid that has in. n extended to him by thos • wno contribute to the National Refugee Service through tru United Jewish Appeal in which a is represented with the Join; Distribution Committee and thl i'ni'.i d Palestine Appeal. A' tually tins man is no longr a "refugee" though little more than a j. ar ago he and his fam ily were fleeing the hate and ortures of Hitlerism. Like manj • %  .her newcomers, they ware obscure middle-class folk, n. middle-age. who suddenly found that ail they had lived mil for, all tin ir security and their values—nad been blasted. In a strange land they rained like thousands of their fellow exiles to the National Refugee Service. There they found the organized good will of the American Jewish community offering the variety of services that the requires for his soci i! j BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR i Season's Greetings to Our | Friends and Patrons j jROME MATTRESS CO.j • 2027 N. Miami Avenue I MIAMI. FLORIDA j I Phone 3-2023 j i %  .„ %  .— ., %  -_ ,_._,.._ ,j BEST WISHES FOR A HAFPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR To Ml Mv Friends GASTON B. WAUTIER French Consul Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All My Friends GEORGE STARR NEW YEAR GREETINGS LIVE AND LET LIVE DRUG STORE Prescrioli-ri Soe:ia!ists 1) li i-rj A in (in a • i Miami \ \V. 17 •\v 1'ii 2-74 16 I i j A. SAMUEL BENDER HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS To All My Friends WALKER LARAMORE PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. Ph. 2-32C0 Ingraham Bldq. HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Patrons and Our Friends Miami Pants S'ores. Inc. J. D. SIMON. President Mr. and Mrs. Earn Mark3 of the RADIO CAB & BAGGAGE CO. Extend New Year Greotincjs to Their Friends and Relatives I To <">ur Manv Friends—May the New Year Brin^ Ycu Abundant Haopinsis and Prosojri'.y IAS. T DAVIS i ROCS-VELT PHARMACY Phcna 2-5C4S 13S3 N. E. 2n:i Av.vj? HOLIDAY GREETINGS T CUMMINGS DIESEL Engine Corp. of Florida I j Automotive. Marine, and Industrial Sincere Wisher. For A HAPPY NSW YEAR REEDY FORWARDING CO. Phcn? 2.3840 Postal Eui'.d'ng u< i i j EDWARD T. J. PARKINSON 232 Alcazar Avenue CORAL GA3LES PKONE 4.7619 A Happy Now Year To All SMITH'S DRUG STORE R. E. SMITH. R. Ph. 1706 N. W. 36th Street Phone 34212 and economic adjustment to a new land. Migration services — technical advice on visas and affid ivits— is given by the N. R. S. to prospective immigrants and their friends and relatives in this country. Temporary financial assistance is extended to the emigres who arrive In the United States stripped of their last possessions. Employment sen ices and vocational guidance and retraining are offered. Social and cultural activities, classes in English, for the now Americans. And finally resettlement. It was the Resettlement Department of the National Ri fngee Service thai arranged for 'lus family to go to Missouri. A local committee welcomed the family, had a modest ap irtment ready, and cooperated with the N. R. s. in granting a loan to the family to start business. This is the "solution" of the n fugee probli m in a single, and perhaps fortunate, ease. In 1939, 35.01 ii refugees entered this country from Germany, Austria. .CONTINUED ON PAGE 53> STUDYING THE AMERICAN WAY | 'Sneak Er.aush, Learn cntliisn, i, the National Refugee Service. P: their new land is the ability r.i tiie X %  ..-.* j iu sitias i.iroeqhcut the offices of ime requisite ior netting a'.onq in r"i'i-3es t.~ USA English. To Our Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH MIAMI CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. 1143 N. W. 79th Street A Happy New Year to Our Many Friends and Customers ROBERT MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue Phone 6-2040 „_i j—A Most Jcyous New Year 2 PAN AMERICAN SECRET SERVICE. INC. Hoi man V. Bennett I Ph. 3-20:0 Olympia Bldg. | _J SEASON'S BEST WISHES MIRAMAR PHARMACY 1741 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-4942 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FIN-NOR MACHINE SHO? 21 N. W. 9th St. Ph. 2-7128 To our Many Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH COMPLIMENTS AMERICAN BEAUTY COSMETICS O "Finest Quality— Nothing Over 25c" 121 SEYBOLD AHCADL' NEW YEAR GREETINGS I BRITTON nJ G LOTTLED BY SUN SPOT BOTTLING CO. 2231 N. W First Court .NEW YEAR GREETINGS Palm Pharmacy Dr. C. I. Erirson 2200 N. W 23th S'reet K one 2-CC5"; MM Ml bU — MAY ALL JEWRY BE INSCRIBED FOR A YEJB OF LTFE. HAPPINESS, HEALTH I'A&B PIPES METAL MfWMar IiUnMH A. & B. PIPE & METAL CO., Inc. 500 NORTHWEST FIFTH STREET • CORNER NORTHWEST FIFTH !IVE. EVERYTHING IN PIPE. PIPE FITTINGS. MACHINERY. EQUIPMENT. STRUCTURAL STEEL. ELECTRICAL CONDUIT. 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r %  J FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1940 HOUSE OP ISRAEL fJenisli fiarkMam by RABBI CARL N. HERMAN West Palm Beach. Fla. On Rush Hashonah, the House ,,; Israel will again assemble to begin another year with prayer and devotion, It is Israel's New year of the spirit. The past v >ar will be recalled in terms of its religious meaning and the l ithcoming year envisioned in RABBI CARL N. HERMAN the light ol the hope which conies to us through the faith of our lathers Not material guns hut spiritual resources will figure in the religious inventories made during this holy season Today, the world House of Israel is sorely stricken beyond TO ALL WE WISH A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LEE & FRAZEL. INC. REAL ESTATE Phone 3-2632 125 N. E. 1st Street J. B. POWELL • ART METAL SHOP Specializing in Stair Railing. Wrought Iron. Bronze. Aluminum. 7316 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-4022 r MAY 5701 BRING HEALTH and PHOSPERITY ill '1* MIAMI MIAMI BEACH TAMPA ORLANDO JACKSONVILLE LAKELAND WEST PALM BEACH human power of description. Once again, it is brought home to those of the Jewish faith that to be a Jew requires great sac nftee. To be of the Jewish faith, means to loyally support the great ideals of Judaism, of freedom and justice. These ideals and essentials of civilization must yet become real in civilization. The present struggle is to eliminate those blessings "I mankind and Judaism and the Jews are necessarily enemies ol those who would destroy these blessings. To be of the Jewish faith today, means to find oneself on the side of the defense of these principles ,> religion and democracy. What the immediate future will bring, no man knows. .Our faith tells us that ultimately victory will be on the side of religion, democracy and civilization. This is the faith which we shall seek to strengthen un. der the inspiration of our High Holy Days. .With a strengthened faith, we shall be better citizens and better adherents of Judaism. Each of us is called upon to assume the -Yoke of The Torah This means to contribute our bit in the task ahead. May the spiritual message of this PAGE THIRTY-NINE son give us the courage requisite to lace the tasks ahead. May the New Year bring every blessing to all mankind, to Israel and to each one of us. At the end of the New Year may we be able to look back upon the old yen with contentment and peace of mind which comes through the realization that life has been well lived by us. CONFLICT "While we differ widely in cultural and religious background, we are all agreed regarding one aspect of the present world crisis. We believe the military struggle in Europe to be but one phase, perhaps a minor phase, of a far greater conflict— namely, that between ideas that make for the development, and thus, which make for the destruction of human civilization The character of human life for many centuries will depend on the issue of this deeper and greater struggle."" — Dr. Louis rmkelstein. A HAPPY NEW DRAW FROM PAST TO BODY UP FAITH (CONTINUED PROM PAGE 38) and prayer that the change to a better world must come soon. The Jew will not falter. Let us flock to our Synagogues and Ser. vices in the surety that through our common prayers and cooperative struggles a spark of that heroic faith of our own prophets of old. will be kindled in our hearts to give us strength to en. dure what our New Year 5701 will hold in store for us. To all of my dear friends in our beautiful state of Florida I express sincere wishes for a truly happy and encouraging year Let us look forward with anticipation to our group meetings, our Sabbath Services, our Adult Study groups and above all our common tasks to help our fellow Americans preserve all that is so dear to us in religious freedom and peace. Blessed Art Thou Oh Lord Our God, King of tlie Universe, who has kept us alive, preserved us. and brought us to this Holy Season. Amen jTO MY JEWISH FRIENDS* May The New Year Bring You Happiness and Prosperity H. B. SCHULTE Everything in Real Estate { Ph. 2.2636 Ingraham Bldg. { I I I YEAR M. L. I.. NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI TRADING and RESTAURANT SUPPLY CO. 1166 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-3982 I • TO OUR MANY FRIENDS A I [MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR! sea. %  May The New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity R. E. LOWRY ELECTRIC CO. Phone 4.1601 2103 Ponce de Leon Blvd. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO. 901 N. W. 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PAGE THIRTY-SIX vJewlst' fk>rldUari JEWISH W MHO OF SPORTS, 5700 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 33) was termed by Broadway meaning he spent it as fast as he earned it Won championship for Max Schmeling Picked up a stumble bum named Tony Galento and in a year had him fighting Louis for heavyweight championship of the world Harry Mendel, a close friend of Jacobs, and Muggsy Taylor of Philadelphia take over the management of Galento for the Baer bout but only Joe Jacobs could control "Two-Ton" and force him to train Under the "new management." Galento gluts himself with spaghetti and beer Danning, proving himself the No. 1 catcher in baseball, moves into the batting lead in the National League, while Billy Dickey and Ernie Lombardi. his two rivals for No. 1 honors, slump badly. Mauri Rose, only Jewish racer in the big time, enters the 500mile classic at Indianapolis on M, morial Day and finishes third in a red hot race ... On the turf the Hirsch family still reigns as kings of the trainers, reading from Papa Max to daughter Mary to son Buddy Max Hirsch rates as No. 1 trainler of the season, saddling winner after winner and we can't pick a single one! Dotter Mary, with little if any competition, is the leading woman trainer of the American turf world Jockey Sammy Renick continues as the leading Joosh | rider with the Hanford brothers. Ira and Jerry, and Sam's brothjer, Joe. as contenders Sammy Angott defeats Davey Day on Derby eve for the N. B. A. recognition as world's lightweight champion leaving the firm of Sam Pian (Jewish) and Art Winch (Italian) with only Tony Zale (Polish) as a championship contender. JUNE (Sivan) Traditional month of big league fights This year Louis vs. Godoy and Baer vs. Galento Louis wins, as expected Galento enters ring against Baer as the favorite but after two rounds of fighting his lack of condition is apparent With no Joe Jacobs around to force him to train. Galento had "soldiered" on the job Now he was paying for it Baer. looking somewhat like the Baer of old. slugged him into a mass of fatty tissue, unable to answer the bell for the eighth round But even in victory Baer didn't impress fight fans as a worthy opponent for Louis Much of Baer's success against Galento goes to Issy Kline, his trainer Danning still leads the National League in batting and a Jewish king of slug appears on the horizon Amovich gets luckiest break of his career He is traded to Cincinnati for Phil Rizzo From cellar-dwellers $5,000 slice of the World Series "take." JULY (Tammuz) Golfing occupies many a Jewish player, but few reach stardom Herman Barron. Eddie Gay) i" and Ben Richter are three most widely known proTABLE TALK Notable Quotations from Prominent People CREDO ""Whatever its new trappings and new slogans, tyranny is the oldest and most discredited rule known to history. And whenever tyranny has replaced a more human form of government, it has been due more to internal causes than external. Democracy can survive only when it enlist the devotion of tiiose wnom Lincoln called the common people. Democracy can hold that devotion only when it adequately re' (CONTINUED ON PAGE 401 TO ALL MY FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Arthur W. Eisenmeyer. Jr. 56 S. W. lit STREET HAPPY NEW YEAR PHIL DAVIS, Inc. CLOTHING 138 E.ist Fl.igler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI FURNITURE CO. 400 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 23195 I I J FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 spects their dignity by so ordering society as to assure to the masses of men and women reasonable security and hope for themselves and for their children. "We who live in our democracy and those who live in still |unconquered democracies will never willingly descend to any form of this so-called security of efficiency, which calls for the abandonment of other securities more vital to the dignity of man." — President Franklin ]). Roosevelt. %  iiMMMMtoWMMMMMMMliM %  %  "iliw uw w; SLENDERIZE The Right Way— Scientific Reducing Our Spo.lalty Also General Health Treatments MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Or. G. FEhrhne. Director 7613.1517 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7 7896 %  "! ft HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Pan American Photo Service. Inc. WM. F. GERECKE. Mgr. Ph. 4.1431 3414 Main Highway ',*' 0Try Our Famous Sour Cream ^GradeA Dairy Products > DELUXE ICE CREAM PLANT AND OFFICE • 101 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH E'iy Land O-Sun, Dairies' Gtade "A" Milk and other dairy products in the new Pro-Pak single service container. This advanced scientitic method means • No bottfM to was* ... No ccrlaiBT it used • MCMCJ tim ... No loafer #ro erelroo J-oHIo*. DELUXE ICE CREAM RETAIL STORES No. 1, 1751 Coral Way, Miami No. 2, 3416 N. W. 17th Avenue No. 3. 199 N. W. 62nd Street



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PAGE SIXTY Jewish noridUan FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1940 I TABU: TALK Notable Quotations from Prominent People PERIL "It is my conviction, drawn from my own experience and from the information in the hands of our government in Washington, thai the United States is in as great peril today as was Fran;;a year ago, And ii ve that unless we act now. decisively, to meet the threat we shall late "There arc Americans who that if Hitler should conquer Great Britain he would be content to stop there, and that •.i United States would be i ill op rau happily with the pire ol Europe. r u I < lieve this is to misunderstand the entire nature of the N. It is not organized to de. velop an empire in peace. It is izi il as a dynamic military machine. The ruthless held of the Nazi leaders on the German people is based on the gearing of all energiees for the sacrifices necessary to wage war" —Ambassador William C. Bullitt BAIT "Altogether too many people think ef the fifth column as Lips of disloyal citizens or of disloyal workmen who are prepared to sabotage industrial plants. But ;i greater menace or us is thi' effort being made here now to soften' this country as France was "softened.' "Tins effort takes the form of tin' promise of business orders and of profits if the war can be called off and business relations resumed as usual with the victor In holding out the allure ol business, this effect seeks to create a fifth column among men of influence and respect ibility. "It is not illegal to dangle tins bait before American business men even in cur own press and m our markets But it is well that our people recognize i; whin they see it. and that we eras;' tinbelief that efforts in this country are confined to the crudities of the Black Tom days." i —Attorney General Robert H. | Jackson. FACTS "The United States is not a n of warlike habits. It has a to live in peace with tile great family of nations and to security and freedom foil's citizens I am confident that that will always continue to be ir high purpi "Unortunately, however., in i ati r part ol the world as.>>n and force have now supplanted reason and understanding. Wo have seen one country after another destroyer by ruthless aggression — their •. | Ii killed or enslaved. "They believed in neutrality. sought appeasement They did everything to avoid war save the one thing that might have been effective—they neglected military preparedness."—Governor Herbert H. Lehman. To Our Many Friends and Cstomers—Best Wishes for A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR ANN'S IMPORTER. INC. 729 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH |—To My Many Jewish Friends— Sincere New Year Greetings I GEORGE T. DAVIS NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS MIAMI POULTRY AND EGG CO. "Quality" Our Slogan Frosh Tlressed Poultry Strictly Fresh Eggs 1145 S. 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Cultural, ly, racially and religiously we may be as divided as the fingers ol a hand, but as Americans we must he as united as a clenched fist, nady to exert the united strength of all in our determination to preserve, for future generations, our system and way of j life based upon the dignity of | the human soul."—Dr, Everett R Clinchy. tafi QlgcrM obstacle to ihe fullefl implementation nf tlie -rue prosramt embraced within tliUnited Jewish Appeal inot th with aid <>f I nited Palestine Appeal. Refugee children arriving in tinUnited Static ihl receive assistance in adjustment in \meri< an life from the National Refugee Service. The far-flung pronramrarri.il on b) the J.D.C, U.P.A. ami N.R.S. now require the most generous support of imeriran Jewish communities through tin1910 I nited Jewish Appeal. A Happy and Prosperous New Year JOS. M KARATY SERVICE STATION 638 Noith Miami Avenue BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR WM. 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