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 )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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VOLUME 13NO. 41
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940
GONE PROCLAIMS
PATRIOTIC, SHOW
st Augustine.Selective Ser-
vice Registration Day, October
]6, is tn be niade a patriotic oc-
casion in Florida.
Oovernor Fred P. Cone, in a
proclamation declaring the day a
public school holiday, called on
all citizens to prominently dis-
play the nation's flagat their
homes, at their business houses,
and at their places of recreation.
H. P. Daya. state director of
registration, in a letter to county
superintendents, asked for the
display of flags, patriotic music
by glee clubs and school bands,
and appointment by the mayors
f committees of patriotic wo-
ten who would assist in making
the day "a great outpouring ex-
pression of loyalty and devotion
to our country "
Registration regulations call
for the display of an American
Rag at every registration place.
At state headquarters here it
was announced that prepara-
tions for registration were com-
plete. Tin- various county reg-
istration committees have re-
ported that registrars and assist-
ant regi Irars have been ap-
poiated and t'.ai registration
place have- been selected.
gistration places will
open at 7 a m. on October 16 and
main open until 9 p. m
During those hours the r. gula-
ire that at least one
sent at each reg-
"'',,|"!l i at all times
mated that lo.uoo vol-
irs will be on duty
hat 15
rida's total |
red
' 'en the ages of 21
h th i .
luired I ,
lo so or to att mpt
tration ca
' n terms of ...
' iximum fines of
" both fine and u
day l a< been
sen ol i
Sta Board i
I has been so pro-
' officially by Govc rn .r
' iool buildings wUl be
' ^d as registration
, ?'!/ and many publk- school
Mhers will act as registrars.
* compensation will be re-
fved by the officials, registrars
OSJwti who aid in registering
.nation's man power for se-
lpc"v* military service.
JEWS
CIVIL
BARRED
SERVICE
FROM
WORK
PRICE 10 CENTS
London (WNS)Nazi authori-
ty s governing conquered Hol-
land, who have been having
difficulties in promoting their
program of anti-Semitism, have
is ued their first official anti-
Jewish measures, it was learned
h n
SUPREME COUNCIL
II FiHST MEETING
The first formal meeting of the
newly organized Supreme Coun-
cil of B'nai B'rith Women's Aux-
The measure provides that no I "^^**""" ,lasl May '" Chi'
Jew or "half-Jew," or any person j"ag.when heads<>< l" * married to a "Jewess or ha?f- S'triCl Krand Iodges throu*hout
Jewess." may ge publk- em he T* m ployment. Jews now holding fo,caord.te on nati<>nal scale
public jobs may no, be promo* S'l ""1 PrgramS f
l,.d the 350 senior and junior units,
Althmu.h h n, i wi" be ncld in Washington Oc-
a who h P?Pl! aS ** 21st d 22nd. Official
a whole have been coo in their a i .i_
reaction towards Nazi-tostered ?ele*atea to the meeting will be
anti-Semitism a number of p ,T ^F'T^-^ being
vi.. n,,.rn iT _,P thl' district president, from each
vale enterprises have found it i r .i_
..vnH, .. a- I 'of the six women's grand odges.
z&L&jr**' ,h'-,r*--* -".-**
i learned that Jews will be ex- .,,%.i n. i .
Irio.i..,) fr w and tm' ll'c'"'n of officers for
eluded from Norway s civil ser- the coming year
vice and that Jewish stores ... Mrs Isaac Uvi
Norway must be marked with .he Miami .. rvk a
., i ...... .,_ u Miami Biui B nth Auxiliary
signs designating the shops as was formall nollfK.d ;
Jewish-owned. Maurdll. ^^ ^Zy ol
nan mm mm B'n:" I! ritl' executive committeee
CflV PL DRflnll irillC and Mrs Lawr"nr" K<*nigsberg.
Unl W Ir'iiH!*. Jf UVn "' Pre8idwi of 5th District Wo
Ufll Ukllilinil ULI1U men's Auxiliaries, that she was
.WHIT FOR DEATH
SAYS HITLER PLANNED
TO OVERTHROW U. S.
Washington ( WNS ) Richard
Werner, former member of the
German-American Bund, testi-
fied before a Dies subcommittee
that he was given military train- (
ing by the Nazi Bund in antici- !
pation of "a certain day" when
Adolf Hitler would give the
I word for the overthrow of the
United States Government.
"We were told by our leaders,"
the ex-Nazi said, "that we must
be prepared for a certain day and
know what to do." "The day"
was to see the bund "overthrow
the government and establish a
| Government like they have in
'Germany."
The witness said that Fritz j
Kuhn, imprisoned Nazi leader, |
testified falsely when he told th<
Dies Committee that
I sons born in the Unit
'could belong to the Nazi organi-
zation. Werner said that 2 per
cent of the bund's storm troopers
were aliens.
u
JEWS IN FRANCE
ie told the iul;uu lu a'spiay on tneir s
only per- I w'ndows signs reading: "I ai
Led States Jew There signs must be pr
chosen as the additional delegatt
from the Women's District Grand
Lodge No. 5. at the coming me. t-
ing.
JEWS FORCED OFF
THEIR PR0PEHTY=
REGISTER
and
VOTE
0 IT WITH BALLOTS
NOT BULLETS
New York (WNS)Richard O.
Boyer, an American newspaper
correspondent who returned re-
cently from Germany, declared
conditions are so tragic ...
Germany that all a Jew can do
sit in his room an I
i death."
Writing a series ol articles on
new ne\
pap. r, I'M. Mr Boyei
"Rejcu ti 'tis diiv.
rt G there
wer never more thai I
have made i rallj true thai
all a J v.
laj in
or bed ron
, r heat.'
H reported I
Jew i still in Na
and their tr< at-
n1 can b< ima ;in< i 1
wril i ; follov ing Judge
mary ol i mi | i vail-
. i; rn any:
J, ws are to buy
v kind; receive i. -
I d rations, with no
'milk; are forl iddi n all coal, can-
not engage in business, cannot
walk certain streets at any hour
and must be off till streets by
! p. m cannot have telephones
or radios, cannot go to
restaurants, shows, or operas:
cannot enter most stores before
noon and can enter food stores
only between 4 and 5 p. m. can his presence
do only menial work and are for- [Americas gain."
bidden refuge in
in many places."
DR. ALBERT EINSTEIN
NOW CITIZEN OF U. S.
Trenton, N J. (WNS)Dr. Al-
bert Einstein, America's post
famous refugee from Nazi Gei
many, became an American cit-
izen here in an impressive cere-
mony during which Judge Phil-
lip Form an declared that the i
: ist's "j n ii nee here becomes
An rica's gain."
ting out that he hin
the son of immigrant Jew-
in G may do ''> parents, Jud Foi n
. "I am deeply cognizant that only
I il be pi
to 0 j ,: ii .ii 1
do as tive of my
try."
it 100 new citi-
includmg Dr,
Forman declared: "You
rve that I i
lip hi re in the sanv
ratic method -: are all
but the simplicity of
ceremonies is chara 'teristic
only of that which is America.
"It does not d( tract from our
providing a homeland for this
Iman who thinks in terms of all
the universe. Because of his race
his writings were burned and he
was forced to flee from his nat-
ive land. In our concept he was
created equal with all men and
his presence here becomes
London (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in occupied France have aa-
|nounced a new series of decrees,
aimed at curbing the political
and economic rights of Jews, it
was learned her.
All Jews in occupied France,
iboth French and foreign, have
been ordered to register with lo-
cal Nazi authorities. Jews wh
I fail to register will be liable to
I severe fines and imprisonment
and possibly, the confiscation f
all their property.
Jewish shopkeepers were or-
dered to display on their shop
am a
. Tint-
ed in French and German. Pen-
alties have been provided for
Jews who fail to comply with
this order
Another decree provided that
Jews in the unoccupied area of
France will not be permitted to
return to their homes in Nazi-
held France Leaders of Jewish
communities will be held respon-
sible for information necessary
to local Nazi officials.
Further meas'ires against Jews
are expected when the census
of Jews is complete. Meanwhile
all Jews have been barred from
the professions. Under increas-
ing Nazi pressure, employers
have dismissed most of their
Jewish employees.
In Vichy. meanwhile. the
Council of Ministers approved
draft of a law defining the status
Of J. ws in "free" France. Neut-
v. rs hi r< 11 dieted thai
islation in un-
i be m
. that in the
Budapest (WNS)While Pre-
mier Ion Antonescu formally em-
I the anti-Semitic policies
of the Iron Guard, the Ruman-
ia". Government launchi a cam
paign designed to drive Jews off
thi :r own land in order to mak
room for Rumanian refugei -
from I reo ntlj ceded to
Hungary, Russia and Bulgaria

(blanket decree c i
J farm land, dwell-
s and !i\ estock The J< w
all equipment in-
i lud d
The di en sta \ rritory,
Jewish farmers, theii
ind > must Ii avi
j
Jewish irmen
has I n conl cated by
nent, will i pai I thi
cent annually of tl valu
tj ... determii
government but will r
... the principal, it v as
land- "" < "
owners who do not n ..... ...... public
; J ''. ish >\ i! mployi es
will be disi i im their
S p ecial /ration
it Ihe anti-
J w ish pied France
provide exemptions for
. Jews and for Ji ws
d with Fi ano 's armed
' the
s who I France since
in 1933
- of the law
have not as yet been disclosed,
I Jew
camps will be si up in central
France for the inl rnment of for-
eign born Jews who cannot re-
turn to Iheir countries of origin
bomb shelters
NATION MOURNS DEATH
OF GOV. HENRY HORNER
Chicago (WNS)Political lead-
ers and staesmen throughout the
country joined in mourning the
passing of Governor Henry
Homer of Illinois, who died last
Sunday at his home in suburban
___ .. __ _______u I
Pressed for a statement, Dr
Einstein told reporters: "I feel
that this is an important moment
in my life."
TWO PROMINENT JEWS
ARRESTED IN FRANCE
Vichy (WNS)Two prominent
Jewish manufacturers, Paul-
Louis Weiler and Marcel Bloch,
rty with the
.will be denied tl
tion.
The government has taken no
steps to provide for the Jewish
farmers who will b dispos-
-. ssed from their lands. Anti-
Semitism, carefully nurtured by
the green-shirted Iron Guard- FORBID JEWS TO WRITE
ists. is now at its height in Ru- FOR FOREIGN PAPERS
mania, and the chances of a ---------
Jew's obtaining employment are Bin barest (WNS)A number
extremely negligible. of prominent Jewish corr.spond-
The expropriated property will ents have lost their jobs as the
be used by the government to,result of a new order forbidding
house Rumanian refugees from | Rumanian Jews to write for for-
, were ordered arrested by the
Winnetka. He was 61 years old. 'Petain government..
Transylvania, Bessarabia and
Dobrudja.
At the same time, it was
learned that Jewish shopkeepers
in many parts of Rumania have
been ordered to display blue and
white signs, bearing a mogen
david, on their shop windows, to
distinguish them from non-Jew-
ish shops. "
eign newspapers and news agen-
cies, it was announced.
Among the newspapermen
made jobless by the decree were
Eugen Kovacs, correspondent
for the New York Times for the
last 14 years; Alex Coler, Asso-
ciated Press representative for
20 years, and Liyiu Artemie, In-
ternational News correspondent.


PAGE TWO
*Jewi$t> fkrklian
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1940
The wedding of Miss Mildred
Gordon, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George J. Gordon, to Mil-
ton Robert Wasman. son of Mrs.
Isidore Wasman. took place Sun-
day afternoon in the Stanton
Hotel with Dr Jacob H. Kaplan
officiating. The bride was at-
tended by Miss Shirley Rauzin
and Stanley Wasman. brother of
the groom, was best man. Nup-
tial music was provided by Marx
Feinberg. vocalist, and Selma
Einbinder. violinist. Following
the ceremony a reception was
held. After a honeymoon trip
to New York, the couple will re-
side at the Stanton Hotel.

Judge and Mrs. Isidore Zuker-
nick announce the birth of a
baby daughter. Betty. Tuesday.
October 8th at St. Francis hos-
pital. Both mother and baby are
doing nicely.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harris of
Pittsburgh. Pa., are visiting in
Miami as the guests of Mrs.
Harris' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Rosenthal. Mrs. Harris is the
former Shirley Rosenthal

Mr. Robert Unger has returned
to the city by plane from New
York, where he spent the holi-
days with his parents.
s^s
CE

RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
The Greater Miami Pioneer Wo-
men's Organization for Palestine
No. 1 will sponsor a benefit sup-
per Sunday, October 20th from
6:30 to 8:30 p. m. at Beth David
auditorium. Tickets are fifty
cents per person and may be
obtained from any member. An
entertaining program will be
presented.

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maror of the
Billows Hotel, announce the
birth of a baby daughter Tcma
Sarah, Saturday, October 5th at
St. Francis Hospital. Both moth-
er and baby are doing nicely.

Sunday evening. October 6th at
the Arbeiter Ring meeting the
delegates of the Southeastern
Conference held during Labor
Day week, gave their reports.
Presented during the evening
were Mr. Stanley Myers, presi-
dent of the Jewish Federation,
and Mr. Isaac Joffe. director.
Dinner followed the meeting.
Mr. Arthur Zigelbaum of War-
saw is making a tour of this
country for the Jewish Labor
committee and will lecture here.
The date of his appearance will
be announced later.

Many congratulations were re-
ceived by Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Gardner on the celebration of
their twenty-fourth wedding an-
niversary Tuesday. October 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Peretz-
man of 926 15th Street Miami
Beach, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Nellie, to
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
To My Many
Jewish Friends
The marriage of Miss Sophie Ad-
ler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph E. Adler to Irving Ros-
enfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam M. Rosenfeld, took place
Sunday afternoon at the home of
[Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan who offi-
ciated. Mrs. Charles Altschul,
I jr., sister of the bride, was mat-
ron of honor, and Miss Thelma
Sooy and Miss Jeanette Ed-
mondson, bridesmaids. Mr. Je-
rome Weinkle was best man with
Messrs. Charles and Kenneth
Altschul. ushers. Mrs. Jack
Kreiger and Mrs. Florence Dun-
lap presented the nuptial music.
A reception followed in the Alt-
schul's home. After a wedding
trip through the state, the cou-
ple will reside at 2027 N. W. 12th
Avenue.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will sponsor a membership
tea Tuesday, October 15th from
2 to 4 p. m. at the Alcazar Roof
Gardens. A program of novel
entertainment will be the fea-
ture of the afternoon. Rabbi
Abraham Kellner, spiritual lead-
er of the congregation, will be
the main speaker. Refreshments
will be served. Mrs. Harry Schul-
man. chairman, is being assisted
by Mesdames J. L. Jacobs, Louis
Lotkin. Louis Pallot, Victor Mell
and S. Silberman.

The Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children of Denver of which
Mrs. Harry Kaufman is the local
president, will open their fall ac-
tivities with an open meeting
Tuesday, October 22nd at 2 p.
m. at the Blackstone Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach. After a short busi-
ness meeting mah jongg and
cards will be played. The com-
mittee in charge of arrange
ments include Mesdames Sol
Goldstrom, Sam Luby. M. Ross.
Rose Steinhauser and M Weiner
MISS NELLIE PERETZMAN
Seymour Cohen of Newark, N.
J. The bride-elect attended
school at Ida M. Fisher High
School. The wedding date will
be announced later.
The Roosevelt Club No. 1. under
the auspices of the Miami Beach
Democratic Association, located
at 741 5th Street, has as its of-
ficers Mr. Max M. Singer, chair-
man; Miss Natalie Weinstein.
vice chairman; Dave Edelstcin.
James Halley Ruby and Miss
Diana Coopersmith, precinct
jcommittcemen. An open meet-
ing was held Wednesday eve-
jning at the club offices with
| Mr. Singer presiding. Spt:;kirs
, .on the program included Senator
The Junior Debs of Miami Beach I ^ H;|Vcs Wo(,d Dan chap.
will hold an open meeting Tues- ^^
day evening at 8 o clock at the f #
home of Miss Joy Apaznaer, I
232 23rd St. New members who
will be present are Miss Joy Ap-
The Young Circle Club will hold
their regular meeting Monday.
October 14 at 8:30 p. m. at 1238
S. W. 8th Street.

Miss Blossom Browd will leave
Monday for New York and will
return to Miami January 1.
aznaer, Miss Marilyn Kantor,
Miss Doris Landau and Miss
Eleanor Sklar.

Miss Marian Levey has returned
to Miami Beach after visiting
her family for the past two
months in Daytona Beach.

The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans will hold
their regular meeting Monday
evening. October 14 at 8 o'clock
at Beth David Talmud Torah.
You'll Want
a dress of
Corduroy
MOLLY PICON'S
LEADING MAN
WILLIAM SCHWARTZ
ROMANTIC TENOR
Is Available For
Concerts, Banquets, Dances
Bar Mitzvahs
820 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9026
7
.98
Corduroy is the most
talked-of fabric this Fall!
And we have a beautiful se-
lection of these popular
dresses in new brights and
Fall colorsin Junior and
Misses' sizes.
Budget Shop, Fourth Floor
The Family of the Late
Mrs. Boris Chertkof
wish to express their heart-
felt thanks for the kindness
and sympathy extended to
them during their recent
bereavement.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret have
returned from a month's vaca-
tion spent in Cleveland, New
York, Williamsburg. Va.. and
Washington. D. C.

The installation dinner sponsor-
ed by the Business and Profes-
sional Group of Hadassah will
be held at Fassa's Restaurant.
October 14th at 7 p. m. Mrs.
Freda Lutsky will be the guest
speaker of the evening and will
be presented by Installation
Dinner Chairman, Miss Sylvia
Lyons. A cordial invitation to
attend is extended to all.

Mr. Morty Fagan of the Palatial
Restaurant has returned to Mi-
ami from Hendersonville, N. C.

The Beth David Young Judaea
held their regular meeting Wed-
nesday at the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah. Plans for a golf
tournament were discussed and
other important business trans-
acted.

The Greater Miami Zionist Coun-
cil, consisting of representatives
from all branches of Zionism
here, is in the midst of prepara-
tions for the annual Shekel Cam-
paign, and will hold a meeting
Mondav, October 28th. to com-
POSITION WANTED
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER
Competent Capable <>r taklni
Pull Chance "' Office
Very Thorough
Excellent Local References
PHONE 5-4508
EXPERIENCED MOHEL
Excellent Local References
Write or Wire
RABBI L. LEHRER
KEY WEST. FLORIDA
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
DR. THOMAS
KINSEY
plete plans for the campaign and
for a mass memorial meeting.
Full details of the meeting will
be announced at a later date.

The Beth David Sisterhood will
hold a card parly and bingo
game Tuesday afternoon, Octo-
ber 22nd at 1:30 o'clock in the
hostess room of the Southern
Dairies. 62 N. E. 27th St. Mrs.
Jean Seitlin. chairman, and Mes-
dames Isador Fine. J. M. Fine,
and Macy Levinson, co-chairmen
will serve as hostesses. Reserva-
tions may be made by calling
Mrs. Louis Margulies, 2-1473.

Herbert Shapiro ; More than a hundred persons
birth of a son. jwere present Salurday afternoon
at the Spinoza Forum meeting,
with Miss Hannah Meehlow,
Mrs. Israel Schmid. and Miss
Frances Powell acting as host-
esses during the afternoon.
T
Mr. and Mrs.
announce the
Stephen George. Mrs. Shapiro
was the former Miss Miriam
Wolfson of Miami. Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson, father of Mrs. Sha-
piro, of Miami Beach, let to at-
tend the bris, at Spartanburg.
S. C.

Miss Helen Schiff returned to
the city from a vacation spent in
New York, Washington and At-
lanta. During her stay in New
York, she was a guest at West
Point for a week end.

Mrs. P. Selvin of San Francisco
and New York is visiting in Mi-
ami for several weeks with her
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Kellman.
MR. BARNEY
GOODMAN
ANNOUNCES HIS ASSOCIATION
WITH
F ALK'S
DELICATESSEN
345 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
As Miami Beach
Representative
Falk's Delicatessen
Is Distributor For:
HEBREW NATIONAL
KOSHER PRODUCTS
Smoked White Fish. Salmon,
Herrings of all kinds. Genu
ine Homemade Pickles. To-
matoesAlso Distributors for
Goodman's Products
FALK'S DELICATESSEN
Wholesale and Retail
345 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 2-0760
NORMANDY SCHOOL
A Private Board ng and Day School
For Boys and Girls
KINDERGARTEN THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
LEO HUBERMAN (Harvard) Headmaster
1021 Biarritx Drive Phone 6-1061 Miami Beach
Local Transportation Provided Without Charge



FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940
4
FLORIDA SUNLAND
FOODS, INC.
Available at Leading
Fruit Shippers
The Original Pure
Papaya Syrup
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
JENSEN'S
Trail Liquor Store
1723 S. W. 8th Street
GREETINGS
y
W I K N O X
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Miami Springs
'i'
TO OUR FRIENDS AND
PATRONS. A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TENNESSEE
POULTRY CO.
'Your Patronage Appreciated'
1340 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-9617
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PAGE THREE
B'nai BVith HIP Notes
Ey HAROLD TURK
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To My Many Jewish Friend!
and Patrom
ROY
W E L T O N
W E I. T O N
INSURANCE AGENCY
LANGFORD BUILDING
PHONE 3-8658
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T# My Many Jewihh Fnendi
and Patron*
H. C. Wilcox Garaqe
Phone 3 9166 2901 N. W. 2 Ave.

SEASON'S BEST WISHES
CARL C. McCLURE
REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENTS
2014 So. Dixie Highway
PHONE 4-2701
Plans are being made to hold
our regular monthly social for
October in the form of a Suc-
coth affair.
The committee in charge of the
Zwitman will do fine work with
the young Jewish boys and girls
at the University.
To Our Friends ::
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
Also See Our
1941 FORDS
HUSKAMP
MOTOR CO.
242 Alhambra Circle
Let me take this opportunity
on behalf of myself to wish all of
the officers and members of
Sholem Lodge a Healthy. Happy
and Prosperous New Year, and
=^^=^== ~ on behalf of Sholem Lodge, its
officers and members, to wish
each other and all of our fellow-
men many more Happy, Healthy
and Prosperous New Years, and
I conclude (with apologies to W.
W.) by saying that now is the
time for every Jewish man over
the age of 21 years to become a
member of B'nai B'rith, an or-
ganization which has proven It-
re planning to make this social another outstanding B'nai B'rith Rth, our Secretary, at 2-1388 '^ Jcwlsh activities, but in Na-
Bffair with several novel ideas 'she will pick up your check if tionaI and Int',ational scope in
in the nirit r i,,. i_r_i:j-.- Ivai, ...... ;_ .1. general.
ity. B'nai B'rith has proven it is
the finest medium for creating
good will and bringing about
unity. Pay your dues and help
preserve it and it will, in turn,
affair consists of Brothers Walt- help preserve you.
Kovner. R. R. Adler. Al You can pay your dues at the
Ered Schochet, Jimmy
Berkeley
Leonard.
Dave Emmer, with
B'nai B'rith office. 845 Ingra-
ham Building, by calling in per-
Harold Turk as chairman. We |sr> or mailing in your check. or
in the spirit of the Holiday. lyou are in the downtown area
Those of you who have at- "r urranK1' for someone to get it
tended other B'nai B'rith affairs
general.
Now is the time to arm and
defend ourselves and make our-
know that they are worth while Your nominating committee ,selvcs impregnable to the de-
attending, and those of you whoihas bt'en appointed by our pres- ,structiv'e forces all about us.
have nni affnrj.,A ,..-----1.....ulident, Brother J. Aron Abbott., *
and it will be the headache ..' AUXILIARY NOTES
aid nominating committee to |
The regular meeting of
have not afforded yourselves the
j opportunity of coming should not
[continue to make that mistake.
This coming event will prob-
lably be held at some hotel en
(Miami Beach and the date has
'been tentatively set for Sunday,
October 27 There will be furth-
er information and more details
in subsequent columns, but in
the meantime, you may look for-
ward to our Succoth affair and
make sure that you keep this
tentative date open.
the
in
mere art many memoers in
our Lodge who are delinquent '
in their dues, and this has be- '
recommend to the Lodge their
choice for the respective offices jAuxlllary held Tuesday evening
Brother Abbott is to be com- iwas Pt,nt'd y a prayer given
mended upon his choice of this'by Mrs Isaac Joffe Mrs B G.
committee which consists of Landau was I'lected second vice
!some of our finest men whu presidt'nI to f111 "- vacancy ere-
'have worked long and diligently a,ed by tne resiBnation of Mrs.
| in B'nai B'rith affairs and are '' Sie81'' who moved to Balti-
1 familiar with our members and more
their qualifications, It is. in- Business transacted included
deed a great responsibility and the appointment of the nominat-
! I am sure that their recommen- ing committee, of which Mrs. Sol
dations will be sincere and worth Goldstrom is chairman. and
Mesdames Samuel Newman,
Rosalyn Berman. James Leonard
many members
le.
Our regular nominations will
come a senous problem since our !'L' ''^ '" No*embCT *"" elec-
treasury fund is depleted and we '" DlC,'ml>,'
cannot carry on our good work j ,-. B, _,.,.,
if these dues are not paid You *? na' B rltn s foSter
members are business and pro- ^Idren has been tne Hebrew
fess.onal men, and appreciate ^'^ "om al Atlanla' (i""
that no business can be carried T' ^ contrlbuted to
on without capital and with too "* !ntfnancf ">w receives
many accounts outstanding. If ** '"> the Federa-
you are active in the Lodge you ""'.' Bnd "*?" w" a,v noi
quite as informed as heretofore
For this and other reasons. Mr.
and Sam Silver the committee.
Election of officers will take
place next month.
SOCIETY
have necessarily become aware
of this situation and should re-
spond immediately If you are
not an active member, the least
you can do is pay your dues
to help those who bear the brunt
Armand Wyle, its executive vice
president. appeared as guest
speaker at our regular monthly
meeting, and reviewed the ac-
tivities of the Home, The theme
of the work to carry on in vour i
.. ... .,-. j was not only enliuntetiing, but
stead I he need for Jewish un- i .- 6
. ., par.ieularly interesting to those
Ity is greater than ever before f
,, who had noi known el our form-
and in our particular C ommun- .
er relationship to this
Mrs. Harold Weinstock enter
tained at a surprise birthday
party for her husband. Harold.
Monday evening, September 30
at her home. Guests present in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Irving Le-
vine, Mr and Mrs. Louis Lubel.
Miss Charlotte Singer. Mr.
Leonard Rosenblum, Miss Jo-
sephine Rax in. Mr. Louis Adler.
Miss Trudy Bandel, and Mr and
worth- Mrs, Moe Brenner
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SERVICE
2900 N. E. 2nd Avenue
while institution ... It was a I
pleasure to have with us at our Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. who was
Tuesday night last, t-a!!cd from Baltimore where she
Brother Arnold Forester, chair-
man of the legal di\ ision of the ,
Anti-Defamation League of the will return there this week.
Eastern Region with offices in j ,
was vacationing, to attend the
funi nil of lur mother-in-law,
-V w York City.
t'. r. who is here
Brother Fores-
on his honey-
moon, took the time off to attend
our meeting to tell us something
; about the activities of A. D L. in
I New York and particularly in
the Yorkville section of New
York. We also had the pleas-
ure of hearing our old friend.
Rev Dick Evans Rev. Evans,
who is one of the leaders in the
*
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and
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of
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1100 West Flagler St.
Phones: 2-38112-3833
Mrs. Annetta Chertkof. 5(1. of 741
Bisqayne street. Miami Beach,
succumbed Saturday in a Miami
Beach hospital after a brief ill-
ness She had been a Miami
resident for the past IS years,
coming here from Baltimore.
Md.. and was a member of the
Workmen's Circle. Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau and the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation. She
Florida Congress on Democracy 7*" wtn"< "* ^ngregatlon She
movement, has been aetivelv en- iS s"Ved by her husband. Ber.
movement, has been actively en-
gaged in trying to set up similar \** *,n' "\rge: and "
organizations in all of the other dauh.ter- Freda Levin, all
s.m f th I',,,,.,, hi. .,!, of Mu,ml Beach. Funeral scr-
Statcs of the Union. His work
has been recognized by national ,
l.J-, > ..rtinl., r.....>.! .,~ ifhapclof
vices were conducted in the
the Miami Jewish Fun-
leral Home, with Rabbi Abraham
V
Extend to All Their
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Sincere Wishes For
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eaders. an article recently ap-
pearing in the Liberty Magazine > '"'' with Rabbi Abraham
commending Rev. Evans and his KolIner fiating, Sunday. In-
splendid work and ideas-More ^>rment followKl in Woodlawn
power to you. Dick. j Cemetery.
Congratulations to Brother
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, who
[has been appointed as Hillel Ex-
tension Director at the Univer-
[sity of Miami by Dr. Abram L.
Sachar, Hillel Foundation Exec-
utive Director. We all consider
Dr. Sachar's choice an excellent
one and we know that Rabbi
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940
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FRED K. SHOCHET
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VOLUME 14
FRIDAY.
OCTOBER 11
NUMBER 41
1940
BRITAIN PLEDGES
TO
Now York (WNS)The Brit-
ish War Government, through
Arthur Greenwood. British Min-
ister without portfolio, extended
its assurances that at the end of
the present war "the wrongs di-
rected against the Jews will be
righted" in a message made pub-
lic here by the Rev. Maurice L.
Perlzweig. head of the European
section of the World Jewish
Congress
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
POST YOM KIPPUR DANCE of Dr. Cassel's leadership. We
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 13 lare particularly anxious to have
All is in readiness for the 5th adult members in this group.
Annual Post Yom Kippur Dance All those interested, please come
to be held at the Y. M. H. A. au- to the next meeting of the Dra-
matic Group next Tuesday night
at the Y.
ditorium Sunday. October 13.
Charles Blau, chairman of the
committee, announces that a
splendid program of music and MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
Great Britain's first public de- jentertainment will feature th. A city wide membership drive
claration since the outbreak of festivities of the evening. Al !wiH be conducted by the Y. M
FRANCE'S ANTI JEWISH LEGISLATION
What has Gaston Henri-Haye. the new ambassador of
Marshal Petain's French Government, to say now?
When the suave diplomat arrived in this country several
weeks ago, he told reporters who interviewed him at the air-
port that the Vichy government would not adopt any anti-Jew-
ish legislation. He denied that Jewish citizens of France were
going to suffer under the new regime.
Now, it has been officially announced in Vichy that the
Cabinet is considering a "Jewish law." The bill was drawn up
by the anti-Semitic former Interior Minister Adrien Marquet
and introduced by the present Minister, Marcel Peyrouton.
Its terms have not yet been announced, but it sems likely that
the law will curb Jews in the professions and in academic life,
bearing most heavily on those of foreign origin.
This will be the first anti-Jewish law adopted by a French
government since pre-Napoleonic days. It marks another ad-
vance of the Petain regime along the road to Nazism. So for-
eign is such a law to the French legal system that the Cabinet
is encountering difficulties in drafting it. The word "Jew"
simply has no meaning in the body of French law as it has
hitherto existed.
We can sympathize with the difficulties of a government try-
ing to rule under Nazi domination. But, if the Petain regime
hnds it cannot govern independently and if it is an honest gov-
ernment, there is an alternativeit can abandon the attempt
to establish a puppet regime and let the French people recog-
nize the truth: that it is the Nazis who are really in control.
When the French people fully understand this, they will know
how to react.
s
London (WNS)Nazi air raids
on England compelled Jews to
observe the Jewish New Year in
air raid shelters in a manner
reminiscent of the way the Span-
ish Inquisition forced Jews to
pray to their God in secret un-
derground caves, the Nazi radio
gloated.
The German broadcast boast-
ed that Hitler's dive bombers
made such a shambles of Lon-
don that the Jews had no re-
course but to disperse and seek
shelter underground.
The purpose of this Nazi broad-
cast, neutral observers said, was
to gloat at the discomfort of the
Jewish population in England
and, at the same time, report the
alleged damage done to London
by the German attackers.
A survey showed that the Nazi
bragging had not foundation in
fact. With the exception of a
few synagogueus. damaged in
previous raids, the traditional
services were offered in all of
London's synagogues and tem-
ples.
Services were curtailed some-
what, however, at the order of
Chief Rabbi Joseph Hertz as a
precautionary measure. Services
began at 6 p. m. and ended be-
fore the blackout to permit Jews
to arrive at their homes and
shelters before the usual night
raids.
Jews residing at a great dist-
ance from a synagogue were in-
structed to pray in their homes
or shelters rather than run the
risk of being trapped in an air
raid. The overwhelming major-
ity of London's Jews, however,
attended services in their syn-
agogues.
AFRICAN COLONY FOR
ALL JEWS OF EUROPE
London (WNS)A plan to
ship Europe's Jews to Africa at
the culmination of the present
war is now being considered by
Chancellor Hitler and Premier
Mussolini, according to advices
received here.
Nazi spokesmen have beclared
frequently, since the outbreak of
the war. that mass expulsions
of Jews from Europe would fol-
low a Nazi-Italian victory. For
the present, the report said, the
dictators had agreed to permit
the Jews to remain where they
are.
This report lends confirmation
to the fact that the much-publi-
cized Nazi scheme to establish a
Jewish reservation in Lublin.
Poland, has made little headway
and has been abandoned by Nazi
officials.
The Nazis had originally plan-
ned to send all Jews from the
various Nazi-dominated countries
to the Jewish "reservation." Al-
though all communication with
the reservation was cut off, refu-
gees reaching London reported
conditions there to be indescrib-
able.
the war on the Jewish question,
jthe message pledged that "free-
dom and full equality before the
law with every other citizen"
will be restored following a
British victory.
Dr. Perlzweig. who arrived in
the United States from London
last week, said that he had
brought the message or presen-
tation to the executive commit-
tee of the World Jewish Con-
gress.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, chairman
of the executive committee, de-
clared that the message "has a
'wider and farther-reaching im-
plications than the British dec-
laration of Nov. 2. 1917. for Mr.
Greenwood's statement has re-
gard to the status of the Jews
.throughout the world, that is. in
all lands, after the downfall of
.Hitler's and Mussolini's regime
of lawlessness and destruction."
Mr. Greenwood's statement
follows:
"The tragic fate of the Jew-
ish victims of Nazi tyranny has.
as you know, filled us with a
deep emotion. The speeches of
J responsible British statesmen in
! Parliament and at the League
of Nations during the past seven
years have reflected the horror
with with which the people of
this country have viewed the
Nazi relapse into barbarism. The
British government sought again
and again to secure some amelio-
ration of the lot of persecuted
Jewry both in Germany itself
and in the countries which were
infected by the Nazi doctrine of
racial hatred.
"Today the same sinister pow-
er which has trampled on its de-
fenseless minorities. and by
fraud and force has temporarily
robbed many small peoples of
their independence, has chal-
lenged the last stronghold of lib-
erty in Europe. When we have
achieved victory, as we assured,
ly shall, the nations will have the
opportunity of establishing a
new world order based on the
ideals of justice and peace. In
| such a world it is our confident
i hope that the conscience of civi-
j libed humanity would demand
that the wrongs suffered by the
Jewish people in so many coun-
tries should be righted.
"In the rebuilding of civilized
society after the war. there
should and will, be a real oppor-
tunity for Jews everywhere to
make a distinctive and construct-
ive contribution; and all men of
good will must assuredly hope
that in the new Europe the Jew-
ish people, in whatever country
they may live, will have free-
dom and full equality before the
law with every other citizen."
CONSIDER CALLING OF
JEWISH CONFERENCE
New York (WNS) Jewish
communities in South and Cent-
ral America, anxious to play
their part in cementing closer re-
lations between the United
States and the Americas, are in
favor of summoning a Pan-
Jewish Conference.
Friedman and his orchestra wili H. A. and the Y. W. H. A. and
furnish the music. The place will all its affiliate divisions for a ton
be beautifully decorated both in- jday period beginning November
side and outside. Through the 4 next. For the last few week*
courtesy of the Florida Power & | the membership drive commit-
Light Co.. we have obtained ex- tee and the executive director
tra lighting, and it will be one have been working incessantly
of the most unique affairs of its ancl untiringly in preparing data
kind ever held at the Y. fr this drive It is the aim of
Tickets are only 50c and if you ihis committee to have every
want to be among those present. Jewish person in the city Join
please hurrv. We suggest to ,tu. y. By having a large mem-
those who plan to have parties at bership. our dream of a com-
the dance to call up for table
reservations on Sunday morn-
ing. The motto is "First come.
'first served." Besides Mr. Blau.
! the committee is composed of
the following: Senior Men's
Committee. Harry Schwartz, Lou
Safan. Jack Apte. Mickey Lubel.
Nat Blumberg. Jules Wilson.
Women's Committee: Irene Co-
hen. Essie Schaffer. Millie Rub-
enstein, Jean Seitlin. Annie Licb-
erman. Junior Committee: Mar-
garet Hurwitz, Louis. Emanuel,
Bca Merlin. Victor Emanuel,
B< be Fineman. Mildred Berko-
witz. Naomi Grossman, Bernie
Greenstein,
munity center building will
speedily become a reality. The
executive committee of the mem-
bership drive is composed of:
Messrs Joseph A. Berman. Jo-
seph A. Lipton. Murry Gross-
man. Sam Blank, and the execu-
tive director. More details lat-
er.
NEW DRAMATIC DIRECTOR
OF THE "Y"
As previously announced, the
dramatic group was reorganized
under the able direction of Dr.
Sidney Cassel on Monday. Sep-
tember 30. The response to a
call for persons interested in
.- ,
DR. SIDNEY CASSEL
dramatics was very encouraging.
Over 35 youngsters appeared at
the meeting. On Tuesday eve-
ning. October 8. Dr. Cassel be-
gan casting for a show, details
of which will be given later.
Dr. Cassel is a graduate of the
University of Baltimore and of
the Illinois College of Chiropody.
He has played in stock in Chi-
cago, Baltimore and Miami. In
1933 and 1934 he directed two
shows at the World's Fair in Chi-
cago. Locally he was associated
with the Theater of Fifteen and
the University Players. He is
well qualified and able and we
look forward to big accomplish-
ments from this group because
WOMEN'S DIVISION
As previously announced, the
|Y. W. H. A. has undertaken an
excellent project by inaugurat-
ing, through the courtesy of the
Dade County Board of Educa-
tion, an arts and crafts class for
adult women every Wednesday
afternoon. Many interesting ar-
ticles are being made and an
instructor teaches those present
the art of making various things.
Much credit is due to Mrs. Ann
Lieberman. through whose ef-
forts this class was established.

JUNIOR DIVISION
At the last meeting of this
division, it was decided to spon-
sor several affairs for the pur-
pose of buying a piano for the
Y. This group feels that another
piano is necessary and wants to
have the privilege of furnishing
the Y with the same.

BOY SCOUTS
We are very proud that the
Y Boy Scout Troop won the
monthly banner for being the
outstanding Scout Troop in Dade
county. This banner is on dis-
play at the Y and all of us are
proud of it. Credit should be
given to the entire Scout Troop.
to Herman Waitsman. Scout
Master and Stanton Halpert. his
assistant.

Mickey Lubel, athletic direc-
tor of the Y, and Lou Safan.
chairman of the athletic com-
mittee announce the formation
of the Y Basketball League com-
posing the following teams:
Reds: Jack Rosen, captain; M.
Weintraub, H. Feldman. H. Lev-
inson. I. Schemer, G. Reichgott,
Jack Rickenback and H. Wilen-
sky.
Oranges: Herbie Cohen, cap-
tain; G. Kasselman, M. Adelman,
Murray Mantell, Phil Weintraub,
C. Jamieson, M. Sager, and D.
Golden.
Blacks: Davis Lackowitz, cap-
tain; Lenny Lane, A. Schwartz,
Jack Rosenthal, Melvin Schaef-
fer, Sackowitz, I. Berger, G. Lef-
court, and Herman Waitsman.
Blues: Eddie Stein, captain;
Art Baida, Ken Kasselman, Bob
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Two new proup* of German, Cieefa ami Austrian refugee
settler* arrived ai the Sosua rolony in the Dominican
Kepiihlir lliis week. The members of these IWO groups
rame from Knglanil via New York, under a special
arrangement agreed to 1>> the U. S. Department of State
am) tlie Hriii-h Government because there was no direct
transportation available between England and the
Dominican Republic. I'holo above shows James N.
Rosenberg, President of the Dominican Republic
Settlement Association which i- developing the Sosua
roiony; ami George L. barren, Executive Secreler) <>f
| the President's Advisory Committee on Pnlitirat Refugees,
as they were hidding the new settlers I .oil-speed, ahoard
the S. S. Cherokee, which sailed from New York harbor
Seplrmher 21, for Cuidad Trujillo. insert shows the
youngest refugee of the group. She is two year old Monica
Maas. being taken to her mother who i- alreadv in the
Dominican Republic. Her father is in an Internment
camp in Canada. The child was cared for on the journey
by 19-year-old Ruth Juris, one of the young women
-tilers. Monica and Helen -ailed with a second gri>up
from New York on the S. S. Coanto on September 19.
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Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Enrollment of Jewish vol-
unti rrs in tin' tun all-Jewish
companies that were authorized
on September 15th by the Gov-
ernment to form part of the Roy-
al East Kent Regiment, known
as the Buffs Regiment, was com-
pleted within a fortnight, it was
stated in an official government
communique. No more applica-
tions are being accepted, the au-
thorized total of four hundred re-
cruits having volunteered.
Permission to form these Jew-
ish companies came as i climax
to a campaign conducted by the
Jewish Agency since the begin-
ning of the war for the estab-
lishment of armed Jewish units
which could participate in the
struggle alongside other Empire
forces, but as specific represen-
tatives of the Yishuv.
The new soldiers, who form
the first all-Jewish Palestinian
units, are now undergoing an in-
tensive course of training. In
the main they come from the
group ot nun included in the
..il registration conducted
by the Vaad Leumi a year ago,
at which time they expressed
their readiness to serve in the
British army and in defense of
Palestine and the Yishuv.
Although approximately 4.000
Palestinian Jews had already en-
listed with the British forces by
the middle of September, far
greater enthusiasm was evoked
by the possibility of enlistment
in actual Jewish companies.
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Recognizing the participation of its Jewish citizens in
every civic and welfare movement for the good of the
general community, takes pleasure in extending to all
Jewry sincere wishes for
a happy mmw YEA]
ALEXANDER ORR, Jr.
MAYOR
R. C. GARDNER
FRED W. HOSEA
4>
L. L. LEE
CITY MANAGER
JAMES A. DUNN
C. D. VAN ORSDEL
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9>Jenist UnrkMnt)
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940
Season's Greetings to My
Many Friends
PAUL DEAL
PAULA SHOPS. INC.
UPHOLSTERING
PHONE 4-3677
2574 S. W. 22nd Street
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE LUDMAN CORP.
PHONE 2-8496
116 N. E. 6th Street
OUR SINCERE WISHES
for a
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
i>
HUNTER LYON
(Incorporated)
GENERAL AGENT
PHONE 3-3331
MIAMI. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To The Rabbi and Congregation of Beth David
To the Boys I Have Circumcised and Their Parents
All the Customers and Friends of
MALEK'S KOSHER MARKET
AND K LAL YISROEL
REV. and MRS. JOSEF MALEK
AND FAMILY
FOR QUALITY MEATS AND POULTRY AND WITH
OUICK DELIVERY PHONE 2-4994 OR STOP AT
1835 SOUTHWEST EIGHTH STREET
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BECKS GARAGE
1132 Fifteenth Street Miami Beach. Fla.
PHONE 5-1422
NEW YEAR GREETING 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
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLORIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.
82 N. E. 2Bth Street
BUGLE CORPS HAS
FEDERATION NOTES

by ISAAC JOFFE
Executive Director
At a recent joint meeting of
Greater Miami Post, Jewish War
Veterans and Auxiliary, Lt. Col.
S. H. Palmer was unanimously
elected commander of the al-
ready famous drum and bugle
corps, comprised of sons and
daughters of veterans.
In accepting the position as
head of this unit. Lt. Col. Palmer
emphasized the fact that the
junior corps in most of the posts i
throughout the United States
are becoming the main feature.
the main source of publicity, and
an important part of the work
done by veteran posts. He furth- '
er stated that he hoped that [
within ninety days the corps .
would be completely reorganized. |
bringing it to a full forty-eight |
playing musical unit, and would |
place the corps at the disposal of i
the patriotic observance com-
mittee and any other patriotic,
military, state, county or city
group, always keeping the corps
in trim and readiness to turn out
for any deserving function.
Under the new reorganization
of the corps now being effected,
assisting Lt. Col. Palmer will be
Lieutenant H. Schulman, now el-
evated to the rank of captain,
who will continue his duties as
drill master and musical director
of the outfit, and Jack Green,
who will assume charge of the
finances as first lieutenant and
finance officer. A number of I
new elevations, assienments, and
Changes are contemplated in the |
very near future.
KEY WEST NOTES
Rabbi Z. Tabory of Harris-
burg, is visiting in Key West.
Rosh Hasliono services were
conducted in K-'y West at the
B'nai Zion synagogue with Rab-
bi Lazarus Lehrer officiating.
Rabin Z. Tabory of Harrishurg,
delivered the sermons, and mem-
ben of the congregation, Messrs.
Joe Pearlman, president of the
congregation. I. Appkroulh, G.
Kirchik and N. Corn, participat-
ed in the services.
The outstanding feature of the
last two meetings of the Budget
Committee was the passing of a
resolution recommending that
the president appoint a survey
committee. This committee, by
the resolution, is charged with
the responsibility of duty of sur-
veying the local welfare, social,
and educational service set-up
in our community, and reporting
its recommendations to the ex-
ecutive and budget committee of
our Federation.
It is planned to hold a series
of meetings to which representa-
tives of organizations and mem-
bers of the general community
will be invited to attend and give
testimony relating to the meth-
ods on improving, coordinating
and possibly consolidating the
available resources of our com-
munity to better serve the wel-
fare and social needs of the
Jewish residents of Dade county.
In addition to the above, groups
and individuals interested in the
creation of new organizations
and projects, will be invited to
appear and explain their plans,
anticipated purposes and scopes.
Intelligently handled, this com-
mittee should be able to com-
plete a survey of the entire local
community set-up and render a
comprehensive report that will
be of inestimable value in future
planning for the continued
growth of our Jewish commun-
ity. The work of the commit-
tee should result in coordinating
all of our efforts towards the
consummation of many worth-
while projects, much needed and
long discussed but not yet real-
ized.
The committee, consisting of
thirteen members, has already
been appointed, and is expected
to hold its organization meeting
shortly after the Yum Kippur
Holiday
Meanwhile, the budget com-
mittee is working diligently at
its hearings and it is hoped to
complete i's deliberations before
the > nd of October.
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nisnoawsmaimmi
I'UTB u-iw^-.n'"
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
FLORIDA BUILDERS' SERVICE. Inc.
33 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-6411
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
TABLE TALK
LOYAL
"We must remember that the
iverwhelming majority of th m
ire loyal Many of the m have
ived here for years, have ra.s d
families here, have contributed
generously to the growth of our
country, and are thoroughly
identified with America. In most
cases there are natural reasons
May persons of foreign origin
have not become citizens.
"To those who. under pres-
sure of a propaganda meant to
dazzle them by the success of to-
talitarian conquests, are wav-
ering in their belief in our demo-
cratic systemusually ignorant
and misinformedlet us inter-
pret our own unshakable faith
in and abiding love for these
United States.."Solicitor Gen-
eral Francis Biddle.
INFORMATION WANTED
Mr. Rubin Ellison, residing in
New York City, is seeking his
wife, Mary Ellison, and his three
children. Jerome, Zena and Hel-
. -i. who are b< li< ved to be in
Florida. Mrs. Ellison is a native
of Russia. 50 years of age. 5 ft.
pounds, has black-greyish hair.
2 in. tall, weighs about 105
blue eyes. Jerome is 29 years
and a druggist by profession,
Z< na is 27 years of age, and an
interior decorator, Helen is 13
years and attends school. Any-
one aware of their possible
whereabouts is requested to
communicate with the National
Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th
Street, New York City.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc.
"TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY"
301 N. W. 9lh Avenue
PHONE 3-4011
Miami. Florida
WHOLESALE CONCERN
HAS NEW ASSOCIATE
For the Finest in
STRICTLY KOSHER
Meats & Poultry
PHONE 2-4994
MALEK'S
1832 8. W. Eighth St,
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having: articles .>f
clothing, furniture, etc. that
are not being used or nei-uVil,
please cooperate with the La-
dies Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare liureau, and send
these articles to the RUM-
MACE STOKE maintained i.y
them.
If You Cannot Bring Thee
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 167 N. W. 5th St
Please Phone
Mrs. L. J. Hartz, 2.7135
Mrs. Morris Oubler, 5-3517
Mrs Harry Kaufman, 5.4264
Jewish Welfare Office. 3-5377
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. 2 1864
and they will be called for
COMPLIMENTS
RUTH GIFT SHOP
435 COLLINS AVENUE
rjjoiJST BROS. iS?
LA Im the BBSTf \.
Our Entire Personnel Wishes You
A HAPPY YOM KIPPUR
LEE'S
MARKET
ON BEAUTIFUL
NORMANDY ISLE
Announcement is being made
| by Falk's Wholesale and Retail
Delicatessen of 345 N. E. 2nd
Ave., of the association with
their concern of Mr. Barney
Goodman .who will serve as
their Miami Beach representa-
tive. Falk's is the wholesale dis-
tributor of Hebrew National
Kosher products, Goodman pro-
ducts, and a full line of delicates-
sen supplies, and serves hotels,
; restaurants, drug stores, etc.
Mr. Goodman may be contact-
ed by calling Falk's, 2-0760.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
H. GEORGE FINK
2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES. FLORID*
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CHARLES
PAUL NIEDER
ARCHITECT
American Bank Bldg.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
!i'
IEFF LANIER'S
RECREATION CLUB
50 S. E. First Street
It Is a Pleasure to Extend
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
N. P. "NEIGHBOR"
LOWRY
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
Ingraham Building
May the Now Year Bring You
Abundant Hanpiness and
Prosperity.
JOSEPH CAMNER
PHONE 4-7912
S. W. 16th St. and 43rd Are.
My Sincere Wishes to You and
Yours! A Happy Yom Kippur!
B. L SATER
REAL ESTATE BROKER
335 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
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PAGE SEVEN
J BETH JACOB I
i CONGREGATION
5
3
(Washington Avenue and Thl
Street. Miami Beach
| MOSES MESCHELOFF. R.i
rd
bbl
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
k-AURICE MAMCHES. Can*
V Phone 52013
945 Euclid Avenue
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES
Yon Kippur services will be-
gin this Friday night at 5:30
o'clock and will end Saturday
night iit 6:25. Services will be
chanted in our new synagogue
building by Cantor Mamches
and <-nr synagogue choir Rev.
S Guttman will assist. In the
Taln.uii Te>rah building services
will be chanted by Messrs. A.
Goldin. J Shapiro and N Wroo-
bel
R..i I i Mescheloff will speak
after Kol Nidre on the theme,
"Without Sin" Saturday before
,1- rial Services he will preach
on "Loss nf Memory" He will
the Nella at the close of
ay
v., trial Services, Yizkor,
Will : held at 10:30 a. m. Our
ushers will supply all with
machzorim and other paraphor-
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Registration of children will
.- nn week days from 4
A nominal registration
must In- paid by non-
i r children.
Our first annual induction cer-
. ninny will be held Sunday. Oc-
tober 27th at 7:30 p. m. A very
beautiful and inspiring program
has lien prepared Have your
child take part in it by register-
c or her next week.
All public school children will
ised for absence from pub-
SChool classes both the first
1 last two days of Succoss
sentation of an excuse
by the Rabbi These can
bo had at the office.
Sui lay sessions registration
*'11 : i held Sunday morning.
Ocl I I 20th, at 1(1 a m at the
' ffice Children between
I '_ and 16 are eli-
gible
REFUO SHLAYMO
Wi wish a speedy recovery to
Han .(! Kellner, recuperating in
M ) Beach hospital
UNVEILING
I unveiling of a tombstone
lory of the late Jacob
Becker will take place Sunday
on at 2 o'clock at Wood-
lawn Cemetery with Rabbi Mes-
'inducting the services.
Cantor Mamches will assist
M .
Monev Back if Drafted!
'' yoj desire to purchase a new
" used car or tell or romance
your present car I have Six In-
"rtstinp. Plane to relieve your
Plans tor the future.
Come In And
[Talk It Over with Mudd
1625 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-5812
Open Evenings Till 10
A HAPPY NEW Compliments YEAR Of
MAMMY'S and PAPPY'S
Wit St. and MIAM Collins Avenue BEACH
I CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
L
K&w3 ^>%K3.VvriJ3l*
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SMAKIKU, KaC-DI
498 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2.1473
Home Phone 2-2176
JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor
300 N. W 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828

Permanent Calendar
Daily Services 7:30 a.m.
Evening Services 5:30 p.m.
Saturday morning 8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning 8:30 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily 3:15-6:15
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Jr Cong. Saturdays 10:30 a m.
I.ate Friday Evening
Services 8:15 pm.
Sisterhood Meetings Third
Wednesday of Month
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES
Yom Kippur services will be
ushered in with "Kol Nidre"
services Friday evening at US
o'clock sharp. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will conduct the services,
and Cantor Joseph Malek. as-
sisted by the choir, will chant
the liturgk melodies. Rabbi
Shapiro will discuss the subject
"The Most Dramatic Moment."
The- tremendous overflow in the
Synagogue during the High Holy
Days will be accommodated in
the auditorium of the Talmud
Torah and in the basement of
the Synagogue during the Kol
Nidre and Yom Kippur services
Thi' public address system in-
stalled in the Synagogue by Mr
Hyman Sootin who graciously
gave his services, has loud speaft
crs making it possible for the
entire services to be heard in
the basement and auditorium
An invitation is therefore ex-
it nded to all who desire to wor-
ship with us but who could not
purchase tickets to attend the
services A number of seats have
been made available for those
who wish to worship in the Syn-
agogue proper Mr Sidney-
Palmer, president of the Congre-
gation, will speak briefly before
the Kol Nidre service
"Yiscor" or "Memorial" ser
vices will be conducted Satur-
day morning at 11 o'clock Pre-
ceding the services the Rabbi
will discuss the subject. "Fear
Not." Preceding the "Neilah" or
closing services for the Day of
Atonement at 4:30 the- Rabbi will
preach in Yiddish on the theme
"The Monn nt is Ended "
The Junior services, held sep-
arate and distinct, Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock. Harold
Shapiro is in charge of the ser-
vices and assisting are Herbert
Glazcroff, David Jacobs, Harvey
Sootin and Seymour Hinkes.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Registration for Sunday
School classes will take place
this Sunday morning at 10:00
o'clock. We urge all parents to
register their children at the
beginning of the semester for
classes will begin immediately.
A very competent teachers' staff
has been organized to take care
of the 13 classes of our Sunday
School. Names of the registered
teachers and classes will be an-
nounced next week.
The Sunday School organ. The
Shofar. under the capable editor-
ship of Harold Shapiro, will re-
sume its activities with its first
issue Yom Kippur night. This
year Harold will be assisted by
Herbert Bogner and Leonard
Wasserman. Harvey Sootin.
David Jacobs and Irene Jacobs
will be the class reporters for
'The Shofar
TALMUD TORAH
Parents are urged to register
their children for classes for the
Talmud Torah. During these
few weeks the importance of the
different observances, plus the
ritual and "Portion of Laws" are
explained to the children. The
fall term of the Hebrew school
will begin Monday. October 28.
NOCHUM AVAELIM
The "Yahrzeit" of Schmuel N'i
san. husband of Mrs Jennie Le-
vine, will be observed this month
th.- 12th day of "Tishri." Octo-
ber 14th
CONDOLENCES
We pray to tin- Almighty to as-
suage the pain of Mrs S M
Goodman and children. Mrs. L.
Leavitt and family and Mrs Ida
| Bernstein, Ben Nuschfu-ld and
Mrs Sam Weissel at the loss of
their beloved ones May their
souls be bound up in the bond
ol i :< rnal life.
SISTERHOOD
An important board and reg-
ular meeting of the members of
thi 1'.. th Davul Sisterhood will
take place Wednesday. October
30th at 2 p. m at the Beth David
Talmud Torah. Matters of ut-
most importance will be dis-
cussed, and election of a vice
president will be held
RADIO HOUR
Rabbi Max Shapiro will cem-
duct the radio hour this coming
Sunday afternoon from 3 to 3:30
p. in. over Station WIOD. The
Rabbi will discuss the- subject
"In Quest of An Answer." Can-
tor Joseph Malek e>f the Con-
gregation will provide- the mu-
sical program.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
r
TEMPLE ISRAEL
'*.^jiwM*.iiri
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
Rabbi's Residence:
919 South West 13th Court
Phone 3-5192
Schedule of Service*
Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45
p. m.
Friday evening services: 5:30
p. m.
Shabbes: 9:00 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
137 N. E. 19th Street
| Office Phone 2-7745 |
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D I
6996 Indian Creek Drive6 :26b
^^___ Miami Beach
T^ABBI^COLMAN A. ZWITMAN*!
530 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
Miami
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
'THE BEST FOR LEAST"
TOPS AUTO PAINTING
WRECK SPECIALISTS
? ITDlM HUKIIN O FENDER WORKS
1306 N. E. Bayshore Court
Just off County Causeway
Wctptot
GREETINGS:
HALCYON
PHOTO FINISHING
Specialists in Fine Grain Devel
oping and "Candid" Camera
Finishing
HALCYON ARCADE
ROOMS 275-67
PHONE 23984
-To Our Many Jewish Friends-
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GUNN & GOLL
CONTRACTORS
Ph. 7-6697 69 N. E. 36th St.
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
E. C. THRALL General Agent
NATIONAL FIRE &
MARINE INSURANCE
2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Capital $1,000,000
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES
The sacred services ushering
in the Day of Atonement will
commence sharply at 5:30 p m.
Friday when the time hallowed
strains of Kol Nidrei will be-
sunn by Cantor Eichenbaum and
choir. Rabbi Kellner will preach
immediately after Kol Nidrei em
"The- Eternal Truth "
Morning services will com-
mence at 7 a m and Rabbi Ke-ll-
ner will preach at 11:20 a. m, im-
[mediately preceding the- Yizkor
or Memorial services. The- topic
of Rabbi Kellner's sermon will
he- "Borrowed Vestments Muss.
aph services will begin sharply
at noon.
TALMUD TORAH
Registration feir fall classe s In
the- Talmud Torah will be- con-
ducted m the- Synagogue House
Ion Sunday. Monday and Tuesday
|of the- week coming in the- after
noons between the hours of 3
te) (i ei'eleie-k
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Registration in the Sunday
School will continue- this Sun-
day. October 13th fn>m the- heiurs
of 10 tei \2 a. in in the Syna-
gogue House. 1545 S W 3rd St
Both old and new pupils are-
ur^iel tei be- present this Sunday.
TALMUD CLASS
The- Talmud Class of the-
Chevrah Mishna Ugnoro will
start anew Sunday evening be-
tween Mincha and Maariv in the-
new Synagogue.
PATH OF SORROWS
Wi report with extreme seir-
row tin- passing o( one of ir
sisters m the- Auxiliary. Mrs
i Ben Hirschfield and be-j; te> ex-
press tei Mr. Hirschfield the' Con-
gregation's deepest sympathj
We extend our sincere- expres-
sieins eif sorrow ovel the- passing
of the hit.- Mr. 1. Levitt and
sand tei his bereaved family our
comforting words and consola-
tions
We chronicle with profound
e,rie-f the passing of the late Mrs
Boris Chertkof, and extend to
the grief stricken family our sin-
cere- and heartfelt sympathies
May the- Lord comfort them in
their hour of sad bereavement
OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
HENRY A. POHL. INC.
Distributors Gray Motors
Phone 21577 410 N. E. 13 St.
Sincere Wishes To Our Jewish
Friends for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IESSE P. MONTZ
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Have a "MONTZ-BUILT" Home
Phone 5-5647
1121 Sixteenth St.Miami Beach
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
YOM KIPPUR
Ateinement eve. Friday. Oct.
11. 8:15 p. m ; sermon. "The True
Meaning of Faith." by Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan
Atonement Day. Saturday. Oct.
12. 10 a. m ; sermon. "Trainees
of the Spirit," by Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman.
Youth Service-. Saturday. Oc-
tober 12. 1:30 p m.; sermon.
"Facing the Future with Faith."
Rabbi Colman A Zwitman.
Afternoon Services, Saturday.
October 12. 230 p. m. will be
conducted by officers and mem-
bers of the- heiard of trustees of
Temple Israel.
Memorial Service. Saturday.
October 12. 4:15 p. m conducted
by Dr. Jacob H Kaplan
IN MEMORIAM
At tin- services of each Friday
even inn during the year, the
names e>l recently departed, and
also of Yahrze-ils in our Congre-
gation, are re-ad at the Kaddish
Service.
Recently departed: Hyman
Roth, father of Mr. Nat Roth:
Abraham Bulbin. father of Mr.
Hi-nry Bulbin.
Yahrzeits: Je>seph Heide-s. fath-
e-r eif Mr Stanley Hodes; Viola
I.e-taw. wife1 eif Mr David Letaw:
Katie- Long Perlman, mother of
Mr Frank A Perlman; Seilomon
Simon, fathe-r of Mr. Tobias Si-
mem: Hiram U. 1'llman. father of
Mr Malcolm H I'llman
A HAPPY AND MOST PROSPER
OUS NEW YEAR
L O B E L S
FINE FOOD MARKET
1407 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
*. J W.k.-B.M.I
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PHYSICIAN & SURGEONS
EXCHANGE
If Vou Cannot Locate Your
Physician
CALL 492
24.H0UR SERVICE
1207 S. Andrews Ave. Ph. 492
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
' J u'
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE
1321 S. W. 40th Ave.
Phone 4-2914 Coral Gables
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
ANCHOR FENCES
IRON WIRE WOOD
Chain Link Wire, Ornamental
Iron, Itusii. Cedar Pence* for Etea
hi.n,ms. Estates, Plays-rounds.
Schools, Oolf nubs. Industrial
Plants, Tennis Courts, Bt< .
Service Includes Erection
WARD J. CARLSON
Manufacturer's Agents
Court
4046 N. W. 22nd
PHONE 7-1278
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1940
SEASON'S WISHES TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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538 N. W. 24TH STREET
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The Most Completely Equipped Auto Paint Shop in
THE SOUTH
JOHNNIE & MACK
REGULAR $35 GENUINE duPONT
DELUX PAINT JOB.......
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9.95
Our Facilities Enable Us to Render 24 Hour Service! All
Work Over $25 Financed As Low As $1.00 a Week.
PHONE 3-7681 74 N. E. 20th Street
THE Y. M. H. A.j
NOTES

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NEW YEARS GREETINGS
To the Readers of The Jewish Floridian
and may the New Year be replete
With Happiness......I
TAMIAMI TILE COMPANY
SOUTHERN DISTRIBUTORS
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TILES
ACCESSORIES
1106 S. W. EIGHTH STREET
PHONE 3-6758
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PHONE 3 2297
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The next game will be played
Oct. 14, Orange vs. Black (9:00).
Reds vs. Blues (9:45).

Y FORMS NEW DUCKPIN
BOWLING LEAGUE
Jack Apte announces that the
Winter Bowling League has been
formed and games are held ev-
ery Sunday afternoon at 1
o'clock.

CLASS IN CONVERSATIONAL
ENGLISH
A class in Conversational Eng-
lish is being conducted at the Y
under the auspices of the W. P.
A. every afurnoon. except Sat-
urday and Sunday, from 1 to 5
o'clock. Mrs. Palmer is the
teacher in charge and all persons
interested are advised to contact
her.

NOTICE
Because of the Succoth holi-
days, the Y will be closed from
sundown Wednesday, October 16
until Saturday night, October 19
at 7 o'clock.

Y. W. H. A. BOWLING
After six weeks of strenuous
practice, the Y. W. H. A. Bowl-
ing teams start, d the official
league tournament October 7 to
run for eight weeks.
Individual players' scores fol-
ows:
(James Pins Av.
3 261 87
246 82
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1940
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PAGE NINE
St. Augustine^irthplace Of American History"
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STRICTLY
L
Tidbits from ETrywher
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Sbv, it can be told that when
the French Cabinet met at Tours
jot the last time before the ar
{>!:.> to seek some solution for
tae intolerable situation, Georges
Undel said: "If my name were
Durand instead of Mandel I
could become Prime Minister,
ind then I could save France."
The tragedy of it is that he
was right When the air alarm
sire* shrieks in London Dr
Chairo Weizmann and David
Ben Gunon don't budge from
their executive desks at 77
Great Russell Street They
prefer comfort with danger to
uncomfortable safety Martin
Rosenblueth. member of the Zi-
nist executive committee at
London, has been released from
concentration camp, we hear .
Wealthy Nazis have already
moved their gold to Paris, to es-
cape British bombings of Berlin.
General Franco's official publi-
cation. ABC, predicts that Gen-
eral Almazan, the defeated Pres-
idential candidate of Mexico,
will soon be president of Mexico
and stresses that he's a friend of
Franco We wonder whether
Senator Edward R Burke of
Nebraska, one of the parents of
*e conscription law. doesn't
blush when he remembers an in-
terview he gave four years ago
on his return from Germany, in
which he proclaimed Chancellor
Hitler -a greater man than Bis-
jmarck" and declared that the
[annexation of the Sudetenland
| by the Reich was justified.
HERE AND NOW
| Beware of an organization
called the League to Save Amer-
ica First ... The leader of that
outfit is Bundist Hans Diebel,
who operates from headquarters
in Los Angeles "The Free
American," the German Bundist
sheet, brazenly gives its readers
front page advice on how they
can evade the draft We're a
bit disgusted to know that the
biggest German-language screen
success of recent months in New
York is the official German
film glorifying Hitler's destruc-
tion of Poland Only 18 per
cent of the members of the New
York Stock Exchange are Jews,
although in population the Jews
i represent almost 33 per cent in
this city This and many other
interesting items are contained
in a little booklet called "The
Fiery Furnace Flames Again."
by Rembert Gilman Smith of
Tulsa. Okla ... Mr. Smith still
hopes to combat anti-Semitism
with statistics When Friday,
"the weekly that tells the truth."
tried to place advertisements in
the daily press to call attention
to its expose of the close rela-
tionship between Fritz Kuhn
and the chemical department of
Henry Ford's factory, it found
no paper willing to run that ad
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BERNARD GINTY
Plumbers 4 Heaters
PHONE 30
Let Us Check Up On Yotir
Heating Plant
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
HAPPY NEW NEAR
GULF OIL CORP
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SUPERIOR DAIRIES
Superior Ouality Superior Service
S Marco Avenue Phone 740
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW ST. JOHNS ICE COMPANY
Riberia Phone 140
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
not even the Yiddish newspa-
pers The only daily which
did print the advertisement, and
that free of charge, was PM
M-G-M is preparing another
short on Nostradamus, featuring
the 16th-century prophet as pre-
dicting England's victory in this
war Believers in the sooth-
sayer's forecasts point out that
General De Gaulle obviously is
the Gallic general whom the
Jewish astrologer foresaw as
bringing on the end of Hitler.
All of which reminds us to tell
you that department stores
throughout the country will soon
start selling bombproof shelters,
collapsible and costing a hund-
red berries each.
CORRECTION
The Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America informs us
SEASONS GREETINGS
Corbett's Fish Market
135 Bay Phone 85
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
GEORGE'S
Marine Shop
Johnson Outboard Motors
Terms Phone 939-W
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
that it merely acted as host to
the Conference on Science, Phil-
osophy and Religion at which
Professor Albert Einstein's pa-
per against a personal God was
read The Seminary therefore
feels that we were not quite fair
in our recent item chiding it for
not having issued the Einstein
paper to the press together with
the other papers We accept
the correction, but we still insist
that it was a matter of routine
for whoever handled the press
for this Conference to release
Dr. Einstein's statement ... As
a matter of fact, we know that
Dr. Einstein prefers to have the
texts of all his statements given
out in extenso to the newspaper-
men, so as to avoid being mis-
quoted.
N. B.
Note to Rabbis: Don't miss
Dr. Bernard Heller's "The Jew-
ish Concept of the Chosen Peo-
ple," brought out by the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions in a little booklet in the se-
ries of Popular Studies in Juda-
ism ... A few hours before the
dawn of the Jewish New Year
Morris Margulies, former ZOA
secretary, and his two brothers.
Frank and Adolph, donated con-
siderable quantities of their
blood at Mount Sinai Hospital to
the Red Cross, who shipped it
to be used for transfusions for
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
BOB BRUNNEY'S
GARAGE
218'2 King Phone 815
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DUBBS DRY CLEANING j
& PRESSING
40 Granada Phone 1376
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HIGHWAY GARAGE
OUTBOARD MOTORS
NEW AND USED
222 San Marco Avenue
PHONE 489
CARL HOHNE, Mgr.
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HARRIS
SUNDRY STORE
SODA FOUNTAIN
175 San Marco Avenue
PHONE 300
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
A PENNY
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'"* Anti-Pain Pills say that on*
pill usually relieves their head-
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Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost
one penny each. In the economy
packages, one penny buys 1M[
pills.
Why Don't You Try Dr. Milas
Anti-Pain Pill.?
They taste good, act promptly,
do not upset the stomach, coo-
tain no opiates or laxative medi-
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You may be miles away from a
drug store when you are suffer-
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or Muscular Aches and Pains.
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Miles Anti-Pain Pills today and
be prepared for emergencies?
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SUBURBAN GAS CO.
A. W. SPILLER. Mgr.
Distributors of Green's Fuel
109 St. George Phone 1429
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
For Real Holiday Enjoyment, Use
PURE AND KOSHER PRODUCTS
Food Products
SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MAGNUSSON ELECTRIC CO.
WIRING REPAIRS FIXTURES
REFRIGERATORS RANGES WATER HEATERS
130 St. George Street Phone 30
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TUCKER'S STUDIO
36 St. George Phone 1005
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
A. J. HYDEN FUEL OILS
ALL GRADES DEPENDABLE SERVICE
3 Marine Phone 784
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ARNETT SHEET
METAL WORKS
83 Orange Phone 433
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
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ROKEACH KOSHER SOUPS
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Vegetable Creen Pea
Barley & Mushroom Tomato
Lima Bean

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Parve
Delieious Hot or Cold
ROKEACII PURE HONEY
Household Products
ROKEACH KOSHER
SCOURING POWDER
ROKEACH SILVER POLISH
(Paate)
ROKOH
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ROKEACn KOSHER SOAP
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PAGE TEN
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940
TAMPA:-*THE YEAR ROUND CITY"
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
(FROM PRECEDING PAGE)
military and civilian Blitzkreig
casualties ... A newly formed
organization is the Zionist Guild
of Executives, the purpose of
which is to preserve, maintain
and protect the civil service
rights of its members The
unanimously elected president of
the new group is none other
than our old friend Meyer W.
Weisgal.
FELICITATIONS
Congratulations to James Wat-
erman Wise on joining the ranks
of radio's political commentators
. He'll be heard over Station
WEVD, New York three times
a week, and will discuss men and
events of today Congratula-
tions also to Louis Rittenberg.
executive and literary editor of
the Universal Jewish Encyclo-
pedia, who has just brought out
the second volume of the work,
setting a new high in Jewish en-
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
THE HOLLYWOOD
BFAUTY SHOP
Offers Everything for Beauty
LOW PRICES
GUARANTEED PERMANENTS
Room 310 Hudson Building
501 Franklin Phone M.717S
TAMPA. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
V. REY GROCERY
3921 Nebraska Ph. M-52504
TAMPA FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
VALDEZ
YOUR HAIR 6TYLIST
709 Tampa Ph M-1215
TAMPA FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEYB OLD
BAKING GO
TAMPA. FLORIDA
cyclopedic achievement in any
language ... To Arthur Lamport,
treasurer of the United Jewish
Appeal, congratulations are due
on his recovery from an illness
that alarmed his many friends
. And to A. K. Epstein, veter-
an Chicago Zionist, we extend
our felicitations on the marriage
of his son.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Expected to Clipper to these
shores one of these days is Leslie
Hore Belisha, former British
War Minister The Roths-
child refugees who recently
came here from France are con-
sidering the purchase of the late
Walter P. Chrysler's estate at
Great Neck, L. 1. ... No longer
will you laugh at the "funnies"
that have brought fame to Rube
Goldberg Rube is going to
devote his full time to political
cartooning Bert Kadis, form-
er high school football star, who's
going to hold the backfield
berth on the Washington and
Lee football team, is a son of
United Jewish Appeal field di-
rector Kadis Did you know
that Jack Benny is a life mem-
ber of the Zionist Organization
of America? ... To an inquis-
itive reader from New Jersey:
Yes, Noel Meadow, the Broad-
way press agent, is a relative of
Rabbi Samuel Blumenfeld. the
new Zionist director of educa-
tion.
destitute circumstances and they
are now dependent on the public
charities. Mr. Barkin, who also
uses the name of Clarence Mar-
tin and Abe Fein, is 38 years of
age. 5 ft. 3 in. tall, weighs 160
pounds, has brown hair and
brown eyes, is a salesman.
SEASONS GREETINGS
DR. DAN GALVIN
OPTOMETRIST
311 Zack St. Tampa. Fla.
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is wanted of Abra-
ham Barkin who disappeared
from his home in New York on
August 15. 1940. and is believed
to have gone to Florida. He left
a wife and two minor children in
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
GOODY-GOODY
SANDWICHES
1119 Florida Awe. Ph. 2160
TAMPA. FLORIDA
| A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
|R. T. IOUGHLIN & CO.
Distributor
FAIRBANKS MORSE AIR
CONDITIONING
1502 FRANKLIN ST.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Information is wanted of Sam
Palmer, who is believed to be in
Florida. This man disappeared
from his home in Albany, N. Y.
in November, 1939 and since then
sent several small remittances
for the support of his wife and
two minor children, as a result of
which his family is in great need.
Anyone having information of
the whereabouts of either of the
above is requested to communi-
cate with the National Desertion
Bureau, 67 West 47th Street.
New York City.
TABLE TALK
u
"War is the result of banish-
ment of God from our hearts and
the failure of mankind to pray
for peace and to implement that
prayer with their lives and ac-
tions. World peace can only
come when there is peace within
the confines of each government
We, in America, can contribute
our share to the establishment
of Peace by eliminating from ou:
midst all bigotry and misunder-
standing."Dr. Max Arzt.
SEASONS GREETINGS
JESSAMINE LINK
AUTHENTIC ANTIQUES
Period Furniture, Portraits, Sil-
ver. Historical Items, Rare
Porcelains, Gorgeous Oriental
Rugs, Collection of Lustre.
A Fine Antique is a Joy
Forever and a Sound
Investment
107 Hyde Park Place
TAMPA. FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
MARY'S MARKET
Complete Line of
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
1109 Swann H-1145
TAMPA, FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
murphy McDonald
lumber company
Mississippi and Carolina
PHONE H-3081
TAMPA, FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DAVIS LYLES
CONTRACTORS
Stovall Office Bide.. Tampa. Fla.
SEASONS GREETINGS
MANHATTAN CAFE
i I 210 E. Lafayett* Phone 4104
MR. MANIKIS. Prop.
TAMPA. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Svlvian Poultry Farm
42 St. E. Lake
TAMPA FLORIDA
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SEASONS GREETINGS
SAFES GUNS LOCKS
JESSE E. HARPE
913 Tampa Ph. 3740
TAMPA FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
VOGUE CLEANERS
& LAUNDRY
PHONE H-1835
Howard & Morrison
TAMPA FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
LADIES' and MEN'S
CLOTHING
Franklin and Zack
PHONE M 8248
TAMPA, FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
MUTUAL
FINANCE COMPANY
AUTO. FURNITURE
and DIAMOND LOANS
Autos Refinanced
Payments Reduced
Request Our Service When Buy-
ing a Car from Any Dealer
608 Tampa Ph. M-5723
TAMPA, FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
YDUIMGLQVE
TRANSFER CO.
LOCAL MOVING
202 S. 12th Phone 1131
TAMPA FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Good Food and Good Service
Tender Golden Brown
FRIED CHICKEN
Alwayn a Feature
STEAKS CHOPS SEA FOOD
SODA FOUNTAIN
D n noon
909 Grand Central
THE SPAR
2713 Bayshore Blvd.
THE OWL
3021 Florida Avenue
TAMPA FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TONY MOTOR
COMPANY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SUNNY BROOK
DAIRY
Grade A Raw and
Pasteurized Milk
1006 E. Osborne Ph. S 5255
TAMPA FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DODGE-PLYMOUTH
1409 Florida Avenue
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Phone 46%
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TINMAN'S
FLOWERS
FLORAL OFFERINGS
316 Madison Ph. 2056
TAMPA FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
UNITED
MOTORS
SEE THE
MORE BEAUTIFUL
CHRYSLER
Francis and Tampa Sts
TAMPA FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Margaret Ann
New Era Markets
TAMPA. FLORIDA
J4
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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TAMPA


FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940
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TAMP A:UTHE YEAR ROUND CITY"
PLAIN TALK
MY SINS
Br Al Segal
I don't know what to do about
Yom Kippur. In times past I
have brought my sins to the
altar and have felt that I had a
fab chance that they would be
noticed and forgiven. After the
day m the synagogue I could go
away rejoicing in the feeling
that my load of sin could not
hav< gone unnoticed.
Yd this year I feel troubled.
What if rny sins are not seen?
N, | that my sins are too small.
They are many and sizeable.
I have thought that so-and-so
Zilch was no good at all and in
the secret meditations of my
heart I have said that I should
like to set him in a pillory with
a sign under him: "This is that
bum Zilch. Whoever passes by
is at liberty to throw a tomato
at him."
My lips have given sinful ut-
terances that would better have
been left unsaid. I remember I
have meditated on the mistakes
of nature which strike down the
righteous while it lets people
like Glutz live and thrive on the
earth through the years. I hate
Glutz.
One evening I spoke sharply
to my wife when she wanted to
go to the movie "No." I said,
"I positively will not go and you
can not make me go ." I
grumbled against her all evening
when finally I did go.
I have been guilty of the sin
of intolerance. I have sinfully
thought wha,t a good world this
would be if all the people who
don't agree with me were boiled
in oil. Then I would have my
own way.
I have been guilty of the sin
of pride. In the depths of my
heart I have said that if all Jews
were like me there could be no
anti-Semitism. Yes, if all were
so high-minded and virtuous and
polite as I there would be no
trouble. I have walked stiff-
necked in self-righteousness.
Yes. I cheated the welfare
fund the time I bought for my
auto a musical horn with money
that would better have gone to
this fund for the oppressed and
the needy. I cheated the fund
twice, for once, with no com-
punction at all, I dissipated $10
in a poker game.
Alas, 1 am one of those who
at times look with disdain on
people with long beards. This
was the more a sin inasmuch as
I made false judgment, measur-
ing a man by what grows on his
face rather than by that which
may abide in his heart.
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SEASONS GREETINGS
C & G DRESS SHOP
r?2 Florida Ave. Ph M-51413
TAMPA. FLORIDA
SEASONS OREETINGS
DUTCH'S MARKET
3M Florida Ave. Ph S 6543
TAMPA. FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
UNITED
0 PTIG AL
COMPANY
EYEGLASSES AT REAL
SAVINGS
Always of Firit Quality
206 Zack St. Ph. M 5783
TAMPA, FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
CAMEO TEA ROOM
CHOP SUEY SERVED
Open ft a. m. to 2 a. m.
4715 Florida Ave. Phone S157S
TAMPA, FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
TROPICAL
Refriqeratina Co.
Distributors
FRICK AIR CONDITIONING
AND REFRIGERATION
Novoid Cork Insulation
3712 Tampa St Ph. 3712
TAMPA. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NURSES OFFICIAL
REGISTRY5713
Physicians and Surgeons
Exchange
PHONE M-5713
If You Cannot Find Your Doctor
I have given side glances to-
ward pretty girls even at times
when the wife of my many years
was at my side. I sinned even
more by blaming these delin-
quencies on the wickedness of my
eyes instead of taking the sin to
my own transgressing heart.
I have desired to be rich,
though were I not so covetous I
would have known that I have
enough and would have been
duly grateful to the Lord who
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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ED WILLIAMSON
USED CARS
SO: Florida Ave.. Tampa. Fla.
SEASONS GREETINGS
H. S. WURTELE
PHOTO SERVICE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MADAME HINES
BEAUTY TRAINING SCHOOL
201 Cardy St Ph. H 3855
TAMPA. FLORIDA
104 E- Cast St.
Ph. M-1707
TAMPA. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
H A R D I N
HARDWARE
220 E. Broadway
TAMPA. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RUBIN
SPANISH
RESTAURANT
Exclusive But Not Expensive
1403 TAMPA
TAMPA. FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
KATHERINE FLOYD
CORSET SHOP
Tampa' Only Exclus.ve
Corset Shop
LINGERIE HOSE
211 Twians Phone M-59291
TAMPA. FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
Madison Beauty Salon
(Eleanor.lsabel)
224 Madison Building
Phone M-5708
TAMPA, FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
CROSLEY PRODUCTS
JOHNSON DISTRIBUTING CO.
WHOLESALE
2414 S. Lisbon Ph. H 1304
TAMPA, FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
ROGERS
TRANSFER CO.
CONTRACT AND
LOCAL HAULING
Phone 3806 Polk A Piercs
TAMPA FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
AMERICAN WELDING
& TANK CO.
i
S Welded Tanks. Underwriters Ap-
proved and A. S. M. E.
Storage Tanks
3531.4 Ave Ph. v 12)4
TAMPA. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DILLS AUTO
EXCHANGE
Good Terms and Prices
1202 Florida Avenue. Ph. 2052
TAMPA, FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
FAMOUS FOR
SPANISH FOODS
2117 E. Broadway
TAMPA. FLORIDA
LESLIE N. IREDELL
ARCHITECT
201.202 Giddens Bldg.
404 Franklin Street
PHONE M-579S
TAMPA. FLORIDA
I SSEASONS GREETINGS
Dr. H. A. Porterfield
OPTOMETRIST
816 Franklin Ph. 3656
TAMPA. FLORIDA
EUSE CLUB
ON THE LAKE
Catering to Parties
TAMPA, FLORIDA
HAP
PY NEW YEAR TO ALL
JOHNSON
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2001 Florida Avenue
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+Jewisti Meridian
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940
Daytona Beach:--"The South's Summer Playground"
PLAIN TALK
(FROM PRECEDING PAGE)
has caused my employer to toler-
ate me in my job so long.
I have been arrogant. In my
driving on the roads I have
blown my horn impudently
against people who drove more
slowly than I and. therefore,
more wisely and patiently. As,
finally, I passed them by I cast
baleful glances at them, as if to
stab them through their hearts
with my looks.
In my writing I have been
guilty of arrogance of opinion,
taking to myself such authority
as of Sinai, as if a column were
a mountain height from which
to thunder down on fellowmen.
I have been guilty of the sin
f vanity. From the secrecy of
my heart I have looked at the
white-breasted guests at speak-
ars" tables at the communal func-
tions and have said. "Why am I
ot allowed to sit in the high
places?" My vanity has ached
as I consumed the roast chicken
humbly at the feet of the big
men of Israel.
I have sinned in that I have
been spiteful.
I have sinned in that I have
spoken harshly of sinners who
were no worse than I.
I have sinned in boastfulness.
Many more are my sins and
the space of this column would
not be enough were I to attempt
to enumerate all of them. And
what good reputation I have
would be lost were the readers
to know all my sinning What
columnist can live unless the
readers believe him to be both
wise and good?
Aye, that is the climax of my
sinningin that I have deceived
the public that has believed me
to be wise, if not good. To
pretend any wisdom in a world
in which the people search so
desperately even for one gleam
of it is the very low of decep-
tion.
So I gather together my bun-
dle of sins to take to the altar
on this Yom Kippur. Yet I feel
embarrassed as one who will be
troubling the Most High too
much in a time when he has
such an immensity of sin to
look at
"O Lord God, behold Thou my
sins" But God's eye is on
the sin of brutes who devastate
the earth, on the crime of total-
itarians who drown little child-
ren in a total war, on the wick-
edness of despots who make
slaves of their captives, on the
murders of women and children
who look to heaven for succor
and find Hitler there, on the lust
of covetous tyrants taking to
hemselves the wealth of peo-
ples, on hate and falsehood and
treachery.
'Oh Lord God, I have sinned
and see Thou the bundles of my
sins."
But God. I fear, has no time
for my sins, heavy as they are.
He must be weighing the im-
mensity of sin that has ravished
the millions of the people of the
earth, has robbed them and left
them to starvation, has slain
them with bombs as they hid
from death in their holes.
Should I intrude with my bun-
dle of sin at such a time? God
should be making ready by now
to fulfill the prophecy that who-
soever lives by the sword shall
perish by it. People have been
wondering where is God who, as
has been told, makes the wicked
to fall into the grave they dug
for the righteous.
TABLE TALK
Notable Quotations from
Prominent People
RESOLUTION
"A new kind of war is loose in
the world, fought with all weap-
ons, including treason, fought
most insidiously during what
some of our countrymen call
peacetime. It is a war against a
civilization that we know. It is
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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ERNEST FULGHAM
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PHONE 240
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BLAKE'S
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DAYTONA BEACH. FLA
SINCERE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GULF OIL CORP.
83S BALLOUGH ROAD
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
Against this magnitude of sin
can my own sins, grievous as
they are. be noticed on Yom Kip-
pur? Perhaps I should not be
so impertinent as to press upon
Him my own sins and ask for
forgiveness at a moment when
He may be raising His hand to
smite the enemies of man.
"O my Lord God. I shall come
back some other Yom Kippur
when Thou wilt have more time
for my sins."
a revolution against the values
which we have cherished and
which we wish our children to
cherish in the future. It is a
revolution wich denies the dig-
nity of man and which banishes
the hope of brotherhood and
comradeship on earth. We can
see it developing right before
our very eyes. It must be faced
with daring and with devotion.
We must reaffirm our noble tra-
dtiions and make ourselves so
strong that the traditions we live
by shall not perish from the
earth."Gen. John J. Pershing
SINCERE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DEWEY H. SMITH
705 BROADWAY
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
WAY OF LIFE
The really democratic state
must insist upon the sanctity of
human life and human happi-
ness. Life, liberty and the pur-
suit of happiness must not be
negatively and conservatively in-
terpreted. Viewed in the light
of democracy as a way of life,
these concepts mean life, health
and leisure not for the few but
for the many. They mean free-
dom from unfair and corrupt
methods of business competitiou
fraud, misrepresentation, rack-
eteering. They mean cheaper
and quicked justice. The meaa
freedom of the consumer from
extortionate and oppressive
charges for all articles of com-
mon use: food, drugs, beverages,
clothing, housing and transpor-
tation. They mean freedom from
overcrowded, unsanitary dwell,
ings, factories and stores. They
mean full participation in eco-
nomic progress, a just share in
the distribution of the national
income. Above all, they mean the
fullest opportunity for every per-
son to develop his talents and
personality and to share in the
higher enjoyments of civilisa-
tion."Harry J Carman. Colum-
bia University.
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ORMOND. FLORIDA
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We Specialise in
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PHONE 373
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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415 ORANGE AVENUE PHONE 302
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA
r.v.'jju..ioj,ct
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1103 NORTH BEACH PHONE 491
DAYTONA BEACH- FLORIDA
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Chamber's Gas Ranges Cook With Gas Turned Off
LEONARD REFRIGERATORS
613 MAIN PHONE 1188
NIGHT CALLS PHONE 765
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DAYTONA
ARMATURE WORKS
319 Volusia Are.. Ph. 95
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CRAMER'S
AWNING SHOP
37 N. Coates Ph. 1560 W
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CARTER'S
PAUL PHARMACY
915 Main Ph. 444
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
McCLELLAN
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WORKS
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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212 ELDORADO AVENUE
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA
M
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DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO.
841 VOLUSIA AVENUE PHONE 1024
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
OWEN'S
FLOWER SHOP
Flowers for All Occasions
Member of Telegraph Service
952 DELAND AVE.
PHONE 2404
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BROWN MOTOR FREIGHT LINES
TOMOKA AVENUE PHONE 2299
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA
I
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940 4 FLORIDA SUNLAND FOODS, INC. Available at Leading Fruit Shippers The Original Pure Papaya Syrup NEW YEAR GREETINGS JENSEN'S Trail Liquor Store 1723 S. W. 8th Street GREETINGS y W I K N O X Civil Engineer and Surveyor Miami Springs 'i' TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TENNESSEE POULTRY CO. 'Your Patronage Appreciated' 1340 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9617 *JeistnrkUnf) I I I I i PAGE THREE B'nai BVith HIP Notes Ey HAROLD TURK SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR To My Many Jewish Friend! and Patrom ROY W E L T O N W E I. T O N INSURANCE AGENCY LANGFORD BUILDING PHONE 3-8658 HAPPY NEW YEAR T# My Many Jewihh Fnendi and Patron* H. C. Wilcox Garaqe Phone 3 9166 2901 N. W. 2 Ave. SEASON'S BEST WISHES CARL C. McCLURE REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS 2014 So. Dixie Highway PHONE 4-2701 Plans are being made to hold our regular monthly social for October in the form of a Succoth affair. The committee in charge of the Zwitman will do fine work with the young Jewish boys and girls at the University. To Our Friends :: SEASON'S BEST WISHES Also See Our 1941 FORDS HUSKAMP MOTOR CO. 242 Alhambra Circle Let me take this opportunity on behalf of myself to wish all of the officers and members of Sholem Lodge a Healthy. Happy and Prosperous New Year, and =^^=^== ~ on behalf of Sholem Lodge, its officers and members, to wish each other and all of our fellowmen many more Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Years, and I conclude (with apologies to W. W.) by saying that now is the time for every Jewish man over the age of 21 years to become a member of B'nai B'rith, an organization which has proven Itre planning to make this social or mailing in your check. or in the spirit of the Holiday. lyou are in the downtown area Those of you who have at" r urran K 1 for someone to get it %  tended other B'nai B'rith affairs general. Now is the time to arm and defend ourselves and make ourknow that they are worth while Your nominating committee selvcs impregnable to the deattending, and those of you whoi has bt en appointed by our pres, structiv 'e forces all about us. have nni affnrj.,A ,.„. 1 ulident, Brother J. Aron Abbott., and it will be the headache ..' AUXILIARY NOTES •aid nominating committee to | The regular meeting of have not afforded yourselves the j opportunity of coming should not [continue to make that mistake. This coming event will problably be held at some hotel en (Miami Beach and the date has 'been tentatively set for Sunday, October 27 There will be further information and more details in subsequent columns, but in the meantime, you may look forward to our Succoth affair and make sure that you keep this tentative date open. the in mere art many memoers in our Lodge who are delinquent in their dues, and this has be' recommend to the Lodge their choice for the respective offices j Auxlllar y held Tuesday evening Brother Abbott is to be comi w as P t,nt d y a prayer given mended upon his choice of this' by Mrs Isaac Joffe Mrs B G. committee which consists of Landau was I'lected second vice !some of our finest men whu presidt nI to f111 "-• vacancy ere'have worked long and diligently a,ed by tne resi Bnation of Mrs. | in B'nai B'rith affairs and are '' Sie 8 1 '' who moved to Balti1 familiar with our members and more their qualifications, It is. inBusiness transacted included deed a great responsibility and the appointment of the nominat! I am sure that their recommening committee, of which Mrs. Sol dations will be sincere and worth Goldstrom is chairman. and Mesdames Samuel Newman, Rosalyn Berman. James Leonard many members le. Our regular nominations will come a senous problem since our !' L ''^ '" No embCT *"" electreasury fund is depleted and we '" DlC, ml>, < r > cannot carry on our good work j ,-. B _,.,., if these dues are not paid You *? na B rltn s foSter members are business and pro^Idren h as been tne Hebrew fess.onal men, and appreciate ^'^ om al Atlanla (i "" that no business can be carried T' ^ contrlbuted to on without capital and with too "* nt f nanc f ">w receives many accounts outstanding. If **• '"> !" the Federayou are active in the Lodge you ""'.' Bnd "*?" %  w a,v noi quite as informed as heretofore For this and other reasons. Mr. and Sam Silver the committee. Election of officers will take place next month. SOCIETY have necessarily become aware of this situation and should respond immediately If you are not an active member, the least you can do is pay your dues to help those who bear the brunt Armand Wyle, its executive vice president. appeared as guest speaker at our regular monthly meeting, and reviewed the activities of the Home, The theme of the work to carry on in vour i .. ... .,-. j • was not only enliuntetiing, but stead I he need for Jewish uni .. 6 ., par.ieularly interesting to those Ity is greater than ever before f „ ,, who had noi known el our formand in our particular C ommun. er relationship to this Mrs. Harold Weinstock enter tained at a surprise birthday party for her husband. Harold. Monday evening, September 30 at her home. Guests present included Mr. and Mrs. Irving Levine, Mr and Mrs. Louis Lubel. Miss Charlotte Singer. Mr. Leonard Rosenblum, Miss Josephine Rax in. Mr. Louis Adler. Miss Trudy Bandel, and Mr and worthMrs, Moe Brenner NEW YEAR GREETINGS HIS USED COR SERVICE 2900 N. E. 2nd Avenue while institution ... It was a I • • • pleasure to have with us at our Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. who was Tuesday night last, t -a!!cd from Baltimore where she Brother Arnold Forester, chairman of the legal di\ ision of the Anti-Defamation League of the will return there this week. Eastern Region with offices in j was vacationing, to attend the funi nil of lur mother-in-law, -V w York City. t'. r. who is here Brother Foreson his honeymoon, took the time off to attend our meeting to tell us something ; about the activities of A. D L. in I New York and particularly in the Yorkville section of New York. We also had the pleasure of hearing our old friend. Rev Dick Evans Rev. Evans, who is one of the leaders in the GEORGE LANGER and SID LANGER of THE SUNGAS COMPANY 1100 West Flagler St. Phones: 2-3811—2-3833 Mrs. Annetta Chertkof. 5(1. of 741 Bisqayne street. Miami Beach, succumbed Saturday in a Miami Beach hospital after a brief illness She had been a Miami resident for the past IS years, coming here from Baltimore. Md.. and was a member of the Workmen's Circle. Jewish Welfare Bureau and the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. She Florida Congress on Democracy 7*" wtn "< "* ^ngregatlon She movement, has been aetivelv eniS s !" Ved by her husband. Ber. movement, has been actively engaged in trying to set up similar \ !" ** ,n £"\ rge : and organizations in all of the other dau £ h ter %  Freda Levin, all s.m !" „f th„ I',,,,.,, HI. .„,!, of Mu,ml Beach. Funeral scrStatcs of the Union. His work has been recognized by national l.J-, •>„ ..rtinl., r >„.!„ .,~ ifhapclof vices were conducted in the the Miami Jewish Funleral Home, with Rabbi Abraham V Extend to All Their Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR eaders. an article recently appearing in the Liberty Magazine > !" '"''• with Rabbi Abraham commending Rev. Evans and his KolIner fiating, Sunday. Insplendid work and ideas-More ^ >rment followKl in Woodlawn power to you. Dick. j Cemetery. Congratulations to Brother • Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, who [has been appointed as Hillel Extension Director at the Univer[sity of Miami by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, Hillel Foundation Executive Director. We all consider Dr. Sachar's choice an excellent one and we know that Rabbi SEASON'S GREETINGS Schaaf Preservinq Co.. Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 A MAN AND HIS CLOTHES Wherever he goes and whatever he does, his clothes are virtually a part of his personality — Evidence of his taste, his standing, his success. For Fine Custom Tailoring 1140 Lincoln Road PHONE 5.3812 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL y* DR. WALTER K. FOLEY Lincoln Road Miami Beach J HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! CAPT. AL'S Fish Market 2321 S. W. 17th Arenue PHONE 4-9392 SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ELECTROLUX. INC. Postal Building Mr. and Mrs. LOUIS SHANKMAN of THE SWEET DREAM MATTRESS CO. wish all their friends and relatives a HAPPY NEW YEAR Compliments of MR. and MRS. WM. W. SEGAL SEASON'S BEST WISHES LEAMON'S FRUIT & MEAT T 3682 S. W. 22nd St PHONE 4 9181 To My Many Jewish Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR FRED A. KOENIG PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY Ph. 2-7641 260 S. W. 6th St.



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1 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1940 -Jewish rkjrictinn PAGE FIVE TO ALL WE WISH A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LEE & FRAZEL. INC. REAL ESTATE Phone 3-2632 125 N. E. lit Street | SETTLERS FOR SAN DOMINGO _'i TO OUR MANY FRIENDS. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DAVIS IRON WORKS Incorporated ; BOILERMAKERS AND CERTIFIED WELDERS pn 2.300. 1980-88 N. Miami Ave. '• Reconditioned Boilers for Sale and "fl Rtp.n'S Dav or Night Anywhere. I %  Smokestacks and Tanks m liSW •> HAPPY NEW YEAR HELP M ,,le—Female—White— Colored .., i lining Room, PYont Of. ,, ii,. 'keeping, Engineers, [tspBrimnnts, Leading Agency >.,-' ("hefs Cooks, lUkern. Wail „. Wa %  : • %  -• %  •, MaUto, Etc. EMPIRE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE B-.mcn Office New York Citv • I.S N. E. 1st St. Ph. 2.7464 i Stonehill & Co.. Inc. I Manufacturers 8r Wholesalers COSTUME and TROPICAL JEWELRY iPostal Bldg. Miami irustol oiuy. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY FRIENDS MINUTE MAN PRESS 67 N. E. 2nd Street —A Most Happy New Year— Albert's Auto Service Garage ft Serrice Station Ph. 2-9260 1287 N. W. 29th St. < JtlUntK-MCHt.i-fTt.:. I HEW YEAR GREETINGS THE GOSSARD CORSET SHOP A Gossard for Every Figure MRS. A. J. BLANTON Graduate Corsetiere No Charge for Alterations PHONE 3-1008 56 S. E. 1st Street <* i,, i lur Jen • els—M i> the Ni w Y. Bl 11 %  Y.m ABUNDANT HAPPINESS 4ND PROSPERITY F. H. A. LOANS BUILDING MONEY •394 N. W 36th Street PHONE 3 4252 *.: NEW YEAR GREETINGS THE WILLIAM I. BURNS INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY Inc. TELEPHONE 26774 W. S. Gordon. Manager '5423 duPont Building '9 East Flagler Street Two new proup* of German, Cieefa ami Austrian refugee settler* arrived ai the Sosua rolony in the Dominican Kepiihlir lliis week. The members of these IWO groups rame from Knglanil via New York, under a special arrangement agreed to 1>> the U. S. Department of State am) tlie Hriii-h Government because there was no direct transportation available between England and the Dominican Republic. I'holo above shows James N. Rosenberg, President of the Dominican Republic Settlement Association which ideveloping the Sosua roiony; ami George L. barren, Executive Secreler) <>f | the President's Advisory Committee on Pnlitirat Refugees, as they were hidding the new settlers I .oil-speed, ahoard the S. S. Cherokee, which sailed from New York harbor Seplrmher 21, for Cuidad Trujillo. insert shows the youngest refugee of the group. She is two year old Monica Maas. being taken to her mother who ialreadv in the Dominican Republic. Her father is in an Internment camp in Canada. The child was cared for on the journey by 19-year-old Ruth Juris, one of the young women -•tilers. Monica and Helen -ailed with a second gri>up from New York on the S. S. Coanto on September 19. HOLIDAY GREETINGS CUMMINGS DIESEL Engine Corp. of Florida Automotive. Marine, and Industrial EDWARD T. J. PARKINSON 232 Alcazar Avenue CORAL GABLES PHONE 4-7619 LITTLE FLOWER FINISH ENROLLMENT IN JEWISH COMPANIES Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Enrollment of Jewish volunti rrs in tin' tun all-Jewish companies that were authorized on September 15th by the Government to form part of the Royal East Kent Regiment, known as the Buffs Regiment, was completed within a fortnight, it was stated in an official government communique. No more applications are being accepted, the authorized total of four hundred recruits having volunteered. Permission to form these Jewish companies came as i climax to a campaign conducted by the Jewish Agency since the beginning of the war for the establishment of armed Jewish units which could participate in the struggle alongside other Empire forces, but as specific representatives of the Yishuv. The new soldiers, who form the first all-Jewish Palestinian units, are now undergoing an intensive course of training. In the main they come from the group ot nun included in the ..il registration conducted by the Vaad Leumi a year ago, at which time they expressed their readiness to serve in the British army and in defense of Palestine and the Yishuv. Although approximately 4.000 Palestinian Jews had already enlisted with the British forces by the middle of September, far greater enthusiasm was evoked by the possibility of enlistment in actual Jewish companies. 1116 FIFTH STREET MIAMI BEACH RE-OPENING 1940 SEASON Awaiting the pleasure of greeting our past friends and patrons PHONE 5-6521 V• THE CITY OF MIAMI Recognizing the participation of its Jewish citizens in every civic and welfare movement for the good of the general community, takes pleasure in extending to all Jewry sincere wishes for A HAPPY mmw YEA] ALEXANDER ORR, Jr. MAYOR R. C. GARDNER FRED W. HOSEA 4> L. L. LEE CITY MANAGER JAMES A. DUNN C. D. VAN ORSDEL Commissioners



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ffJemsti Florid tin VOLUME 13—NO. 41 (miSm TlhiB Jfewtis/h lUmSlty /# MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940 GONE PROCLAIMS PATRIOTIC, SHOW st Augustine.—Selective Service Registration Day, October ]6, is tn be niade a patriotic occasion in Florida. Oovernor Fred P. Cone, in a proclamation declaring the day a public school holiday, called on all citizens to prominently display the nation's flag—at their homes, at their business houses, and at their places of recreation. H. P. Daya. state director of registration, in a letter to county superintendents, asked for the display of flags, patriotic music by glee clubs and school bands, and appointment by the mayors •f committees of patriotic wo%  ten who would assist in making the day "a great outpouring expression of loyalty and devotion to our country Registration regulations call for the display of an American Rag at every registration place. At state headquarters here it was announced that preparations for registration were complete. Tinvarious county registration committees have reported that registrars and assistant regi Irars have been appoiated and t'.ai registration place havebeen selected. gistration places will open at 7 a m. on October 16 and main open until 9 p. m During those hours the r. gulaire that at least one %  sent at each reg••"''• ,,| !l i at all times mated that lo.uoo volirs will be on duty hat 15 rida's total | red 'en the ages of 21 • h th i %  • luired I lo so or to att mpt tration ca n terms of ... iximum fines of both fine and u day l a< been sen ol i Sta Board i I has been so pro' officially by Govc rn .r iool buildings wUl be ^d as registration ?'!/ and man y publkschool ••Mhers will act as registrars. compensation will be refved by the officials, registrars OSJwti who aid in registering .nation's man power for selpc "v* military service. JEWS CIVIL BARRED SERVICE FROM WORK PRICE 10 CENTS London (WNS)—Nazi authority s governing conquered Holland, who have been having difficulties in promoting their program of anti-Semitism, have is ued their first official antiJewish measures, it was learned h n SUPREME COUNCIL II FiHST MEETING The first formal meeting of the newly organized Supreme Council of B'nai B'rith Women's AuxThe measure provides that no I "^^**""" lasl May '" Chi Jew or "half-Jew," or any person j" ag when heads < >< l *nal scale public jobs may no, be promo* £ S'l ""1 Pr gramS f l,. d the 350 senior and junior units, Althmu.h h n, i wi be ncld in Washington Oca who h P? Pl aS ** 21st !" d 22nd. Official a whole have been coo in their A I „ .i_ reaction towards Nazi-tostered ? ele atea to the meeting will be anti-Semitism a number of p T ^F'T^-^ !" being vi.. „n,,.r„n iT _, P thl district president, from each vale enterprises have found it i r .i_ ..vnH, .„. AI 'of the six women's grand odges. z&L&jr**' ,h ',r *--* %  -".-** %  i learned that Jews will be ex.,,%.i n. i Irio.i..,) fr w • %  and tm ll 'c'"'n of officers for eluded from Norway s civil serthe coming year vice and that Jewish stores ... Mrs Isaac Uvi Norway must be marked with .he Miami •„ %  .. RV„K A .,„„ i ...... .,_ u Miami Biui B nth Auxiliary signs designating the shops as was formall nollfK d ; Jewish -owned. Maurdll „. ^^ ^Zy ol nan mm mm • B n: I! ritl exec utive committeee CflV PL DRflnll irillC and Mrs Lawr nr K<*nigsberg. Unl W Ir'iiH!*. Jf UVn "' P re8idwi of 5th District Wo Ufll Ukllilinil ULI1U men's Auxiliaries, that she was .WHIT FOR DEATH SAYS HITLER PLANNED TO OVERTHROW U. S. Washington ( WNS ) — Richard Werner, former member of the German-American Bund, testified before a Dies subcommittee that he was given military train( ing by the Nazi Bund in antici! pation of "a certain day" when Adolf Hitler would give the I word for the overthrow of the United States Government. "We were told by our leaders," the ex-Nazi said, "that we must be prepared for a certain day and know what to do." "The day" was to see the bund "overthrow the government and establish a | Government like they have in 'Germany." The witness said that Fritz j Kuhn, imprisoned Nazi leader, | testified falsely when he told th< Dies Committee that I sons born in the Unit 'could belong to the Nazi organization. Werner said that 2 per cent of the bund's storm troopers were aliens. u JEWS IN FRANCE ie told the i ul;uu lu a'spiay on tneir s only perI w 'ndows signs reading: "I ai Led States Jew There signs must be pr chosen as the additional delegatt from the Women's District Grand Lodge No. 5. at the coming me. ting. JEWS FORCED OFF THEIR PR0PEHTY= REGISTER and VOTE 0 IT WITH BALLOTS —NOT BULLETS New York (WNS)— Richard O. Boyer, an American newspaper correspondent who returned recently from Germany, declared conditions are so tragic ... Germany that all a Jew can do sit in his room an I i death." Writing a series ol articles on new ne\ pap. r, I'M. Mr Boyei "Rejcu ti 'tis diiv. rt G there wer %  never more thai I %  have made i rallj true thai all a J v. laj in or bed ron r heat.' H reported I Jew i still in Na and their tr< atn1 can b< ima ;in< i 1 wril i ; • follov ing Judge mary ol i mi | i vail. % %  i; rn any: •J, ws are to buy v kind; receive i. I d rations, with no 'milk; are forl iddi n all coal, cannot engage in business, cannot walk certain streets at any hour and must be off till streets by !• p. m cannot have telephones or radios, cannot go to restaurants, shows, or operas: cannot enter most stores before noon and can enter food stores only between 4 and 5 p. m. can his presence do only menial work and are for[Americas gain." bidden refuge in in many places." DR. ALBERT EINSTEIN NOW CITIZEN OF U. S. Trenton, N J. (WNS)—Dr. Albert Einstein, America's post famous refugee from Nazi Gei many, became an American citizen here in an impressive ceremony during which Judge Phillip Form an declared that the i : ist's "j n ii nee here becomes An rica's gain." ting out that he hin the son of immigrant Jewin G • may do ''> parents, Jud Foi n "I am deeply cognizant that only I il be pi %  %  to 0 j ,: ii .II 1 do as tive of my try." it 100 new citiincludmg Dr, Forman declared: "You rve that I i lip hi re in the sanv ratic method : are all but the simplicity of ceremonies is chara 'teristic only of that which is America. "It does not d( tract from our providing a homeland for this Iman who thinks in terms of all the universe. Because of his race his writings were burned and he was forced to flee from his native land. In our concept he was created equal with all men and his presence here becomes London (WNS)—Nazi authorities in occupied France have aa|nounced a new series of decrees, aimed at curbing the political and economic rights of Jews, it was learned her. All Jews in occupied France, iboth French and foreign, have been ordered to register with local Nazi authorities. Jews wh I fail to register will be liable to I severe fines and imprisonment and possibly, the confiscation f all their property. Jewish shopkeepers were ordered to display on their shop am a Tinted in French and German. Penalties have been provided for Jews who fail to comply with this order Another decree provided that Jews in the unoccupied area of France will not be permitted to return to their homes in Naziheld France Leaders of Jewish communities will be held responsible for information necessary to local Nazi officials. Further meas'ires against Jews are expected when the census of Jews is complete. Meanwhile all Jews have been barred from the professions. Under increasing Nazi pressure, employers have dismissed most of their Jewish employees. In Vichy. meanwhile. the Council of Ministers approved draft of a law defining the status Of J. ws in "free" France. Neutv. rs hi r< 11 dieted thai islation in uni be m that in the Budapest (WNS)—While Premier Ion Antonescu formally em• I the anti-Semitic policies of the Iron Guard, the Rumania". Government launchi a cam paign designed to drive Jews off thi :r own land in order to mak %  room for Rumanian refugei from I reo ntlj ceded to Hungary, Russia and Bulgaria %  • (blanket decree c i J farm land, dwell•s and !i\ estock The J< w all equipment ini lud d %  • The di en sta \ • %  rritory, Jewish farmers, theii ind > • must Ii avi %  j Jewish irmen has I n conl cated by nent, will i • pai I thi cent annually of tl valu %  tj ... %  determii government but will r ... the principal, it v as land"" •< owners who do not n public ; J '•'. ish %  >\ i! mployi es will be disi i im their S p ecial /ration it Ihe antiJ w ish pied France provide exemptions for Jews and for Ji ws %  d with Fi ano 's armed %  the s who I France since in 1933 of the law have not as yet been disclosed, I Jew camps will be si up in central France for the inl rnment of foreign born Jews who cannot return to Iheir countries of origin bomb shelters NATION MOURNS DEATH OF GOV. HENRY HORNER Chicago (WNS)—Political leaders and staesmen throughout the country joined in mourning the passing of Governor Henry Homer of Illinois, who died last Sunday at his home in suburban .. • %  __ • u I Pressed for a statement, Dr Einstein told reporters: "I feel that this is an important moment in my life." TWO PROMINENT JEWS ARRESTED IN FRANCE Vichy (WNS)—Two prominent Jewish manufacturers, PaulLouis Weiler and Marcel Bloch, rty with the will be denied tl tion. The government has taken no steps to provide for the Jewish farmers who will b dispos-. ssed from their lands. AntiSemitism, carefully nurtured by the green-shirted Iron GuardFORBID JEWS TO WRITE ists. is now at its height in RuFOR FOREIGN PAPERS mania, and the chances of a Jew's obtaining employment are Bin barest (WNS)—A number extremely negligible. of prominent Jewish corr.spondThe expropriated property will ents have lost their jobs as the be used by the government to, result of a new order forbidding house Rumanian refugees from | Rumanian Jews to write for for, were ordered arrested by the Winnetka. He was 61 years old. 'Petain government.. Transylvania, Bessarabia and Dobrudja. At the same time, it was learned that Jewish shopkeepers in many parts of Rumania have been ordered to display blue and white signs, bearing a mogen david, on their shop windows, to distinguish them from non-Jewish shops. eign newspapers and news agencies, it was announced. Among the newspapermen made jobless by the decree were Eugen Kovacs, correspondent for the New York Times for the last 14 years; Alex Coler, Associated Press representative for 20 years, and Liyiu Artemie, International News correspondent.



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PAGE TEN *-Je*isti fkridlari FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940 TAMPA:-*THE YEAR ROUND CITY" STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (FROM PRECEDING PAGE) military and civilian Blitzkreig casualties ... A newly formed organization is the Zionist Guild of Executives, the purpose of which is to preserve, maintain and protect the civil service rights of its members The unanimously elected president of the new group is none other than our old friend Meyer W. Weisgal. FELICITATIONS Congratulations to James Waterman Wise on joining the ranks of radio's political commentators He'll be heard over Station WEVD, New York three times a week, and will discuss men and events of today Congratulations also to Louis Rittenberg. executive and literary editor of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, who has just brought out the second volume of the work, setting a new high in Jewish enHAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THE HOLLYWOOD BFAUTY SHOP Offers Everything for Beauty LOW PRICES GUARANTEED PERMANENTS Room 310 Hudson Building 501 Franklin Phone M.717S TAMPA. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR V. REY GROCERY 3921 Nebraska Ph. M-52504 TAMPA FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS VALDEZ YOUR HAIR 6TYLIST 709 Tampa Ph M-1215 TAMPA FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR SEYB OLD BAKING GO TAMPA. FLORIDA cyclopedic achievement in any language ... To Arthur Lamport, treasurer of the United Jewish Appeal, congratulations are due on his recovery from an illness that alarmed his many friends And to A. K. Epstein, veteran Chicago Zionist, we extend our felicitations on the marriage of his son. ABOUT PEOPLE Expected to Clipper to these shores one of these days is Leslie Hore Belisha, former British War Minister The Rothschild refugees who recently came here from France are considering the purchase of the late Walter P. Chrysler's estate at Great Neck, L. 1. ... No longer will you laugh at the "funnies" that have brought fame to Rube Goldberg Rube is going to devote his full time to political cartooning Bert Kadis, former high school football star, who's going to hold the backfield berth on the Washington and Lee football team, is a son of United Jewish Appeal field director Kadis Did you know that Jack Benny is a life member of the Zionist Organization of America? ... To an inquisitive reader from New Jersey: Yes, Noel Meadow, the Broadway press agent, is a relative of Rabbi Samuel Blumenfeld. the new Zionist director of education. destitute circumstances and they are now dependent on the public charities. Mr. Barkin, who also uses the name of Clarence Martin and Abe Fein, is 38 years of age. 5 ft. 3 in. tall, weighs 160 pounds, has brown hair and brown eyes, is a salesman. SEASONS GREETINGS DR. DAN GALVIN OPTOMETRIST 311 Zack St. Tampa. Fla. INFORMATION WANTED Information is wanted of Abraham Barkin who disappeared from his home in New York on August 15. 1940. and is believed to have gone to Florida. He left a wife and two minor children in HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL GOODY-GOODY SANDWICHES 1119 Florida Awe. Ph. 2160 TAMPA. FLORIDA | A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL |R. T. IOUGHLIN & CO. Distributor FAIRBANKS MORSE AIR CONDITIONING 1502 FRANKLIN ST. TAMPA, FLORIDA Information is wanted of Sam Palmer, who is believed to be in Florida. This man disappeared from his home in Albany, N. Y. in November, 1939 and since then sent several small remittances for the support of his wife and two minor children, as a result of which his family is in great need. Anyone having information of the whereabouts of either of the above is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th Street. New York City. TABLE TALK u "War is the result of banishment of God from our hearts and the failure of mankind to pray for peace and to implement that prayer with their lives and actions. World peace can only come when there is peace within the confines of each government We, in America, can contribute our share to the establishment of Peace by eliminating from ou: midst all bigotry and misunderstanding."—Dr. Max Arzt. SEASONS GREETINGS JESSAMINE LINK AUTHENTIC ANTIQUES Period Furniture, Portraits, Silver. Historical Items, Rare Porcelains, Gorgeous Oriental Rugs, Collection of Lustre. A Fine Antique is a Joy Forever and a Sound Investment 107 Hyde Park Place TAMPA. FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS MARY'S MARKET Complete Line of FRUITS and VEGETABLES 1109 Swann H-1145 TAMPA, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS MURPHY MCDONALD LUMBER COMPANY Mississippi and Carolina PHONE H-3081 TAMPA, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR DAVIS LYLES CONTRACTORS Stovall Office Bide.. Tampa. Fla. SEASONS GREETINGS MANHATTAN CAFE i I 210 E. Lafayett* Phone 4104 MR. MANIKIS. Prop. TAMPA. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS Svlvian Poultry Farm 42 St. — E. Lake TAMPA FLORIDA r SEASONS GREETINGS SAFES GUNS LOCKS JESSE E. HARPE 913 Tampa Ph. 3740 TAMPA FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR VOGUE CLEANERS & LAUNDRY PHONE H-1835 Howard & Morrison TAMPA FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS LADIES' and MEN'S CLOTHING Franklin and Zack PHONE M 8248 TAMPA, FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS MUTUAL FINANCE COMPANY AUTO. FURNITURE and DIAMOND LOANS Autos Refinanced Payments Reduced Request Our Service When Buying a Car from Any Dealer 608 Tampa Ph. M-5723 TAMPA, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS YDUIMGLQVE TRANSFER CO. LOCAL MOVING 202 S. 12th Phone 1131 TAMPA FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS Good Food and Good Service Tender Golden Brown FRIED CHICKEN Alwayn a Feature STEAKS CHOPS SEA FOOD SODA FOUNTAIN D N noon 909 Grand Central THE SPAR 2713 Bayshore Blvd. THE OWL 3021 Florida Avenue TAMPA FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR TONY MOTOR COMPANY NEW YEAR GREETINGS SUNNY BROOK DAIRY Grade A Raw and Pasteurized Milk 1006 E. Osborne Ph. S 5255 TAMPA FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DODGE-PLYMOUTH 1409 Florida Avenue TAMPA. FLORIDA Phone 46% HAPPY NEW YEAR TINMAN'S FLOWERS FLORAL OFFERINGS 316 Madison Ph. 2056 TAMPA FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL UNITED MOTORS SEE THE MORE BEAUTIFUL CHRYSLER Francis and Tampa Sts TAMPA FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR Margaret Ann New Era Markets TAMPA. FLORIDA J4 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SEARS-ROEBUCK CO. TAMPA



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r PAGE SIX 9>Jenist UnrkMnt) FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940 Season's Greetings to My Many Friends PAUL DEAL PAULA SHOPS. INC. UPHOLSTERING PHONE 4-3677 2574 S. W. 22nd Street SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 2-8496 116 N. E. 6th Street OUR SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR i> HUNTER LYON (Incorporated) GENERAL AGENT PHONE 3-3331 MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR To The Rabbi and Congregation of Beth David To the Boys I Have Circumcised and Their Parents All the Customers and Friends of MALEK'S KOSHER MARKET AND K LAL YISROEL REV. and MRS. JOSEF MALEK AND FAMILY FOR QUALITY MEATS AND POULTRY AND WITH OUICK DELIVERY PHONE 2-4994 OR STOP AT 1835 SOUTHWEST EIGHTH STREET BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BECKS GARAGE 1132 Fifteenth Street • Miami Beach. Fla. PHONE 5-1422 NEW YEAR GREETING 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 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 82 N. E. 2Bth Street BUGLE CORPS HAS FEDERATION NOTES • by ISAAC JOFFE Executive Director At a recent joint meeting of Greater Miami Post, Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliary, Lt. Col. S. H. Palmer was unanimously elected commander of the already famous drum and bugle corps, comprised of sons and daughters of veterans. In accepting the position as head of this unit. Lt. Col. Palmer emphasized the fact that the junior corps in most of the posts i throughout the United States are becoming the main feature. the main source of publicity, and an important part of the work done by veteran posts. He furth' %  er stated that he hoped that [ within ninety days the corps would be completely reorganized. | bringing it to a full forty-eight | playing musical unit, and would | place the corps at the disposal of i the patriotic observance committee and any other patriotic, military, state, county or city group, always keeping the corps in trim and readiness to turn out for any deserving function. Under the new reorganization of the corps now being effected, assisting Lt. Col. Palmer will be Lieutenant H. Schulman, now elevated to the rank of captain, who will continue his duties as drill master and musical director of the outfit, and Jack Green, who will assume charge of the finances as first lieutenant and finance officer. A number of I new elevations, assienments, and Changes are contemplated in the | very near future. KEY WEST NOTES Rabbi Z. Tabory of Harrisburg, is visiting in Key West. Rosh Hasliono services were conducted in K-'y West at the B'nai Zion synagogue with Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer officiating. Rabin Z. Tabory of Harrishurg, delivered the sermons, and memben of the congregation, Messrs. Joe Pearlman, president of the congregation. I. Appkroulh, G. Kirchik and N. Corn, participated in the services. The outstanding feature of the last two meetings of the Budget Committee was the passing of a resolution recommending that the president appoint a survey committee. This committee, by the resolution, is charged with the responsibility of duty of surveying the local welfare, social, and educational service set-up in our community, and reporting its recommendations to the executive and budget committee of our Federation. It is planned to hold a series of meetings to which representatives of organizations and members of the general community will be invited to attend and give testimony relating to the methods on improving, coordinating and possibly consolidating the available resources of our community to better serve the welfare and social needs of the Jewish residents of Dade county. In addition to the above, groups and individuals interested in the creation of new organizations and projects, will be invited to appear and explain their plans, anticipated purposes and scopes. Intelligently handled, this committee should be able to complete a survey of the entire local community set-up and render a comprehensive report that will be of inestimable value in future planning for the continued growth of our Jewish community. The work of the committee should result in coordinating all of our efforts towards the consummation of many worthwhile projects, much needed and long discussed but not yet realized. The committee, consisting of thirteen members, has already been appointed, and is expected to hold its organization meeting shortly after the Yum Kippur Holiday Meanwhile, the budget committee is working diligently at its hearings and it is hoped to complete i's deliberations before the > nd of October. nue %  nisnoawsmaimmi I'UTB u-iw^-.n'— %  •" A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL FLORIDA BUILDERS' SERVICE. Inc. 33 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-6411 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 TABLE TALK LOYAL "We must remember that the iverwhelming majority of th m ire loyal Many of the m have ived here for years, have ra.s d families here, have contributed generously to the growth of our country, and are thoroughly identified with America. In most cases there are natural reasons May persons of foreign origin have not become citizens. "To those who. under pressure of a propaganda meant to dazzle them by the success of totalitarian conquests, are wavering in their belief in our democratic system—usually ignorant and misinformed—let us interpret our own unshakable faith in and abiding love for these United States.."—Solicitor General Francis Biddle. INFORMATION WANTED Mr. Rubin Ellison, residing in New York City, is seeking his wife, Mary Ellison, and his three children. Jerome, Zena and Hel. -i. who are b< li< ved to be in Florida. Mrs. Ellison is a native of Russia. 50 years of age. 5 ft. pounds, has black-greyish hair. 2 in. tall, weighs about 105 blue eyes. Jerome is 29 years and a druggist by profession, Z< na is 27 years of age, and an interior decorator, Helen is 13 years and attends school. Anyone aware of their possible whereabouts is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th Street, New York City. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc. "TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9lh Avenue PHONE 3-4011 Miami. Florida WHOLESALE CONCERN HAS NEW ASSOCIATE For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHER Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 8. W. Eighth St, RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having: articles .>f clothing, furniture, etc. that are not being used or nei-uVil, please cooperate with the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare liureau, and send these articles to the RUMMACE STOKE maintained i.y them. If You Cannot Bring Thee to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 5th St Please Phone Mrs. L. J. Hartz, 2.7135 Mrs. Morris Oubler, 5-3517 Mrs Harry Kaufman, 5.4264 Jewish Welfare Office. 3-5377 Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. 2 1864 and they will be called for COMPLIMENTS RUTH GIFT SHOP 435 COLLINS AVENUE rjjoiJST BROS. iS? L A IM the BBSTf \. Our Entire Personnel Wishes You A HAPPY YOM KIPPUR LEE'S MARKET ON BEAUTIFUL NORMANDY ISLE Announcement is being made | by Falk's Wholesale and Retail Delicatessen of 345 N. E. 2nd Ave., of the association with their concern of Mr. Barney Goodman .who will serve as their Miami Beach representative. Falk's is the wholesale distributor of Hebrew National Kosher products, Goodman products, and a full line of delicatessen supplies, and serves hotels, ; restaurants, drug stores, etc. Mr. Goodman may be contacted by calling Falk's, 2-0760. HAPPY NEW YEAR H. GEORGE FINK 2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES. FLORID* SEASON'S GREETINGS CHARLES PAUL NIEDER ARCHITECT American Bank Bldg. NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS i' IEFF LANIER'S RECREATION CLUB 50 S. E. First Street It Is a Pleasure to Extend A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS N. P. "NEIGHBOR" LOWRY GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS Ingraham Building May the Now Year Bring You Abundant Hanpiness and Prosperity. JOSEPH CAMNER PHONE 4-7912 S. W. 16th St. and 43rd Are. My Sincere Wishes to You and Yours! A Happy Yom Kippur! B. L SATER REAL ESTATE BROKER 335 Lincoln Road Miami Beach )



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1940 +Jewist>ncr*#biri PAGE NINE St. Augustine^ irthplace Of American History" -** STRICTLY L Tidbits from ETrywher by PHINEAS J. BIRON FOREIGN AFFAIRS SBV, it can be told that when the French Cabinet met at Tours JOT the last time before the ar %  {>!:. %  > %  to seek some solution for tae intolerable situation, Georges Undel said: "If my name were Durand instead of Mandel I could become Prime Minister, ind then I could save France." The tragedy of it is that he was right When the air alarm sire* shrieks in London Dr Chairo Weizmann and David Ben Gunon don't budge from their executive desks at 77 Great Russell Street They prefer comfort with danger to uncomfortable safety Martin Rosenblueth. member of the Zi•nist executive committee at London, has been released from concentration camp, we hear Wealthy Nazis have already moved their gold to Paris, to escape British bombings of Berlin. General Franco's official publication. ABC, predicts that General Almazan, the defeated Presidential candidate of Mexico, will soon be president of Mexico and stresses that he's a friend of Franco We wonder whether Senator Edward R Burke of Nebraska, one of the parents of *e conscription law. doesn't blush when he remembers an interview he gave four years ago on his return from Germany, in which he proclaimed Chancellor Hitler -a greater man than Bisjmarck" and declared that the [annexation of the Sudetenland | by the Reich was justified. HERE AND NOW | Beware of an organization called the League to Save America First ... The leader of that outfit is Bundist Hans Diebel, who operates from headquarters in Los Angeles "The Free American," the German Bundist sheet, brazenly gives its readers front page advice on how they can evade the draft We're a bit disgusted to know that the biggest German-language screen success of recent months in New York is the official German film glorifying Hitler's destruction of Poland Only 18 per cent of the members of the New York Stock Exchange are Jews, although in population the Jews i represent almost 33 per cent in this city This and many other interesting items are contained in a little booklet called "The Fiery Furnace Flames Again." by Rembert Gilman Smith of Tulsa. Okla ... Mr. Smith still hopes to combat anti-Semitism with statistics When Friday, "the weekly that tells the truth." tried to place advertisements in the daily press to call attention to its expose of the close relationship between Fritz Kuhn and the chemical department of Henry Ford's factory, it found no paper willing to run that ad NEW YEAR GREETINGS BERNARD GINTY Plumbers 4 Heaters PHONE 30 Let Us Check Up On Yotir Heating Plant ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. HAPPY NEW NEAR GULF OIL CORP ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS SUPERIOR DAIRIES Superior Ouality Superior Service S Marco Avenue Phone 740 ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW ST. JOHNS ICE COMPANY Riberia Phone 140 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA —not even the Yiddish newspapers The only daily which did print the advertisement, and that free of charge, was PM M-G-M is preparing another short on Nostradamus, featuring the 16th-century prophet as predicting England's victory in this war Believers in the soothsayer's forecasts point out that General De Gaulle obviously is the Gallic general whom the Jewish astrologer foresaw as bringing on the end of Hitler. All of which reminds us to tell you that department stores throughout the country will soon start selling bombproof shelters, collapsible and costing a hundred berries each. CORRECTION The Jewish Theological Seminary of America informs us SEASONS GREETINGS Corbett's Fish Market 135 Bay Phone 85 ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS GEORGE'S Marine Shop Johnson Outboard Motors Terms Phone 939-W ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. that it merely acted as host to the Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion at which Professor Albert Einstein's paper against a personal God was read The Seminary therefore feels that we were not quite fair in our recent item chiding it for not having issued the Einstein paper to the press together with the other papers We accept the correction, but we still insist that it was a matter of routine for whoever handled the press for this Conference to release Dr. Einstein's statement ... As a matter of fact, we know that Dr. Einstein prefers to have the texts of all his statements given out in extenso to the newspapermen, so as to avoid being misquoted. N. B. Note to Rabbis: Don't miss Dr. Bernard Heller's "The Jewish Concept of the Chosen People," brought out by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in a little booklet in the series of Popular Studies in Judaism ... A few hours before the dawn of the Jewish New Year Morris Margulies, former ZOA secretary, and his two brothers. Frank and Adolph, donated considerable quantities of their blood at Mount Sinai Hospital to the Red Cross, who shipped it to be used for transfusions for (CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE) HAPPY NEW YEAR BOB BRUNNEY'S GARAGE 218'2 King Phone 815 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. HAPPY NEW YEAR DUBBS DRY CLEANING j & PRESSING 40 Granada Phone 1376 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS HIGHWAY GARAGE OUTBOARD MOTORS NEW AND USED 222 San Marco Avenue PHONE 489 CARL HOHNE, Mgr. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS HARRIS SUNDRY STORE SODA FOUNTAIN 175 San Marco Avenue PHONE 300 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. A PENNY taAiopiJiatk&adacA^? Al OST people who use Dr. Miles '"* Anti-Pain Pills say that on* pill usually relieves their headaches. In the regular package. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost one penny each. In the economy packages, one penny buys 1M[ pills. Why Don't You Try Dr. Milas Anti-Pain Pill.? They taste good, act promptly, do not upset the stomach, cootain no opiates or laxative medicines You may be miles away from a drug store when you are suffering from a Headache, Neuralgia, or Muscular Aches and Pains. Why not get a package of Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills today and be prepared for emergencies? Regular Package, 25 Pills, 25* Economy Package, 125 Pills, Slja ruiE nun juices Order tome todajl DR.MILES PAIN PIUS NEW YEAR GREETINGS SUBURBAN GAS CO. A. W. SPILLER. Mgr. Distributors of Green's Fuel 109 St. George Phone 1429 ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. For Real Holiday Enjoyment, Use PURE AND KOSHER PRODUCTS Food Products SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS MAGNUSSON ELECTRIC CO. WIRING REPAIRS FIXTURES REFRIGERATORS RANGES WATER HEATERS 130 St. George Street Phone 30 ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS TUCKER'S STUDIO 36 St. George Phone 1005 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS A. J. HYDEN FUEL OILS ALL GRADES DEPENDABLE SERVICE 3 Marine Phone 784 ST. 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PAGE TWO *Jewi$t> fkrklian FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1940 The wedding of Miss Mildred Gordon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gordon, to Milton Robert Wasman. son of Mrs. Isidore Wasman. took place Sunday afternoon in the Stanton Hotel with Dr Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. The bride was attended by Miss Shirley Rauzin and Stanley Wasman. brother of the groom, was best man. Nuptial music was provided by Marx Feinberg. vocalist, and Selma Einbinder. violinist. Following the ceremony a reception was held. After a honeymoon trip to New York, the couple will reside at the Stanton Hotel. • • • Judge and Mrs. Isidore Zukernick announce the birth of a baby daughter. Betty. Tuesday. October 8th at St. Francis hospital. Both mother and baby are doing nicely. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harris of Pittsburgh. Pa., are visiting in Miami as the guests of Mrs. Harris' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosenthal. Mrs. Harris is the former Shirley Rosenthal • • • • Mr. Robert Unger has returned to the city by plane from New York, where he spent the holidays with his parents. s^s CE RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor The Greater Miami Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine No. 1 will sponsor a benefit supper Sunday, October 20th from 6:30 to 8:30 p. m. at Beth David auditorium. Tickets are fifty cents per person and may be obtained from any member. An entertaining program will be presented. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maror of the Billows Hotel, announce the birth of a baby daughter Tcma Sarah, Saturday, October 5th at St. Francis Hospital. Both mother and baby are doing nicely. • • • Sunday evening. October 6th at the Arbeiter Ring meeting the delegates of the Southeastern Conference held during Labor Day week, gave their reports. Presented during the evening were Mr. Stanley Myers, president of the Jewish Federation, and Mr. Isaac Joffe. director. Dinner followed the meeting. Mr. Arthur Zigelbaum of Warsaw is making a tour of this country for the Jewish Labor committee and will lecture here. The date of his appearance will be announced later. • • • Many congratulations were received by Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gardner on the celebration of their twenty-fourth wedding anniversary Tuesday. October 8. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Peretzman of 926 15th Street Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter Nellie, to SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR To My Many Jewish Friends The marriage of Miss Sophie Adler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph E. Adler to Irving Rosenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Rosenfeld, took place Sunday afternoon at the home of [Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan who officiated. Mrs. Charles Altschul, I jr., sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Miss Thelma Sooy and Miss Jeanette Edmondson, bridesmaids. Mr. Jerome Weinkle was best man with Messrs. Charles and Kenneth Altschul. ushers. Mrs. Jack Kreiger and Mrs. Florence Dunlap presented the nuptial music. A reception followed in the Altschul's home. After a wedding trip through the state, the couple will reside at 2027 N. W. 12th Avenue. The Ladies Auxiliary of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will sponsor a membership tea Tuesday, October 15th from 2 to 4 p. m. at the Alcazar Roof Gardens. A program of novel entertainment will be the feature of the afternoon. Rabbi Abraham Kellner, spiritual leader of the congregation, will be the main speaker. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Harry Schulman. chairman, is being assisted by Mesdames J. L. Jacobs, Louis Lotkin. Louis Pallot, Victor Mell and S. Silberman. • • • The Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children of Denver of which Mrs. Harry Kaufman is the local president, will open their fall activities with an open meeting Tuesday, October 22nd at 2 p. m. at the Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach. After a short business meeting mah jongg and cards will be played. The committee in charge of arrange ments include Mesdames Sol Goldstrom, Sam Luby. M. Ross. Rose Steinhauser and M Weiner MISS NELLIE PERETZMAN Seymour Cohen of Newark, N. J. The bride-elect attended school at Ida M. Fisher High School. The wedding date will be announced later. The Roosevelt Club No. 1. under the auspices of the Miami Beach Democratic Association, located at 741 5th Street, has as its officers Mr. Max M. Singer, chairman; Miss Natalie Weinstein. vice chairman; Dave Edelstcin. James Halley Ruby and Miss Diana Coopersmith, precinct jcommittcemen. An open meeting was held Wednesday evejning at the club offices with | Mr. Singer presiding. Spt:;kirs .on the program included Senator The Junior Debs of Miami Beach I ^ H;|Vcs Wo( d Dan chap will hold an open meeting Tues^^ day evening at 8 o clock at the f # home of Miss Joy Apaznaer, I 232 23rd St. New members who will be present are Miss Joy ApThe Young Circle Club will hold their regular meeting Monday. October 14 at 8:30 p. m. at 1238 S. W. 8th Street. • • • Miss Blossom Browd will leave Monday for New York and will return to Miami January 1. aznaer, Miss Marilyn Kantor, Miss Doris Landau and Miss Eleanor Sklar. • • • Miss Marian Levey has returned to Miami Beach after visiting her family for the past two months in Daytona Beach. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans will hold their regular meeting Monday evening. October 14 at 8 o'clock at Beth David Talmud Torah. You'll Want a dress of Corduroy MOLLY PICON'S LEADING MAN WILLIAM SCHWARTZ ROMANTIC TENOR Is Available For Concerts, Banquets, Dances Bar Mitzvahs 820 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-9026 7 .98 Corduroy is the most talked-of fabric this Fall! And we have a beautiful selection of these popular dresses in new brights and Fall colors—in Junior and Misses' sizes. Budget Shop, Fourth Floor The Family of the Late Mrs. Boris Chertkof wish to express their heartfelt thanks for the kindness and sympathy extended to them during their recent bereavement. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret have returned from a month's vacation spent in Cleveland, New York, Williamsburg. Va.. and Washington. D. C. • • • The installation dinner sponsored by the Business and Professional Group of Hadassah will be held at Fassa's Restaurant. October 14th at 7 p. m. Mrs. Freda Lutsky will be the guest speaker of the evening and will be presented by Installation Dinner Chairman, Miss Sylvia Lyons. A cordial invitation to attend is extended to all. • • • Mr. Morty Fagan of the Palatial Restaurant has returned to Miami from Hendersonville, N. C. • • • The Beth David Young Judaea held their regular meeting Wednesday at the Beth David Talmud Torah. Plans for a golf tournament were discussed and other important business transacted. • • • The Greater Miami Zionist Council, consisting of representatives from all branches of Zionism here, is in the midst of preparations for the annual Shekel Campaign, and will hold a meeting Mondav, October 28th. to comPOSITION WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER Competent Capable <>r taklni Pull Chance "' Office Very Thorough Excellent Local References PHONE 5-4508 EXPERIENCED MOHEL Excellent Local References Write or Wire RABBI L. LEHRER KEY WEST. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS DR. THOMAS KINSEY plete plans for the campaign and for a mass memorial meeting. Full details of the meeting will be announced at a later date. • • • The Beth David Sisterhood will hold a card parly and bingo game Tuesday afternoon, October 22nd at 1:30 o'clock in the hostess room of the Southern Dairies. 62 N. E. 27th St. Mrs. Jean Seitlin. chairman, and Mesdames Isador Fine. J. M. Fine, and Macy Levinson, co-chairmen will serve as hostesses. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Louis Margulies, 2-1473. • • • Herbert Shapiro ; More than a hundred persons birth of a son. jwere present Salurday afternoon at the Spinoza Forum meeting, with Miss Hannah Meehlow, Mrs. Israel Schmid. and Miss Frances Powell acting as hostesses during the afternoon. T Mr. and Mrs. announce the Stephen George. Mrs. Shapiro was the former Miss Miriam Wolfson of Miami. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, father of Mrs. Shapiro, of Miami Beach, let to attend the bris, at Spartanburg. S. C. • • • Miss Helen Schiff returned to the city from a vacation spent in New York, Washington and Atlanta. During her stay in New York, she was a guest at West Point for a week end. • • • Mrs. P. Selvin of San Francisco and New York is visiting in Miami for several weeks with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kellman. MR. 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'' T FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1940 %  Jen 1st FhrkHnr PAGE SEVEN J BETH JACOB I i CONGREGATION 5 3 ( Washington Avenue and Thl Street. Miami Beach — | MOSES MESCHELOFF. R.i rd bbl 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 k-AURICE MAMCHES. Can* V Phone 52013 945 Euclid Avenue YOM KIPPUR SERVICES Yon Kippur services will begin this Friday night at 5:30 o'clock and will end Saturday night iit 6:25. Services will be chanted in our new synagogue building by Cantor Mamches and <-nr synagogue choir Rev. S Guttman will assist. In the Taln.uii Te>rah building services will be chanted by Messrs. A. Goldin. J Shapiro and N Wroobel R..i I i Mescheloff will speak after Kol Nidre on the theme, "Without Sin" Saturday before ,1• rial Services he will preach on "Loss nf Memory" He will the Nella at the close of ay v., %  • %  trial Services, Yizkor, Will : held at 10:30 a. m. Our ushers will supply all with machzorim and other paraphorRELIGIOUS SCHOOL Registration of children will .nn week days from 4 A nominal registration must Inpaid by non%  i r children. Our first annual induction cer. ninny will be held Sunday. October 27th at 7:30 p. m. A very beautiful and inspiring program has lien prepared Have your child take part in it by register%  c %  or her next week. All public school children will ised for absence from pubSChool classes both the first 1 last two days of Succoss • sentation of an excuse by the Rabbi These can bo had at the office. Sui lay sessions registration *'11 : i held Sunday morning. Ocl I I 20th, at 1(1 a m at the ffice Children between I •' %  _• and 16 are eligible REFUO SHLAYMO Wi wish a speedy recovery to Han .(! Kellner, recuperating in M ) Beach hospital UNVEILING I %  unveiling of a tombstone lory of the late Jacob Becker will take place Sunday on at 2 o'clock at Woodlawn Cemetery with Rabbi Mes•'inducting the services. Cantor Mamches will assist % %  M Monev Back if Drafted! '' yoj desire to purchase a new used car or tell or romance your present car I have Six In"rtstinp. Plane to relieve your Plans tor the future. Come In And [Talk It Over with Mudd 1625 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-5812 Open Evenings Till 10 A HAPPY NEW Compliments YEAR Of MAMMY'S and PAPPY'S Wit St. and MIAM Collins Avenue BEACH I CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) L K&w3 ^>%K3.VvriJ3l* 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SMAKIKU, KaC-DI 498 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2.1473 Home Phone 2-2176 JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor 300 N. W 16th Avenue Phone 2-0828 Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7:30 a.m. Evening Services 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning 8:30 a.m. Hebrew School, daily 3:15-6:15 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Jr Cong. Saturdays 10:30 a m. I.ate Friday Evening Services 8:15 pm. Sisterhood Meetings — Third Wednesday of Month YOM KIPPUR SERVICES Yom Kippur services will be ushered in with "Kol Nidre" services Friday evening at US o'clock sharp. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services, and Cantor Joseph Malek. assisted by the choir, will chant the liturgk melodies. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject "The Most Dramatic Moment." Thetremendous overflow in the Synagogue during the High Holy Days will be accommodated in the auditorium of the Talmud Torah and in the basement of the Synagogue during the Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur services Thi' public address system installed in the Synagogue by Mr Hyman Sootin who graciously gave his services, has loud speaft crs making it possible for the entire services to be heard in the basement and auditorium An invitation is therefore exit nded to all who desire to worship with us but who could not purchase tickets to attend the services A number of seats have been made available for those who wish to worship in the Synagogue proper Mr SidneyPalmer, president of the Congregation, will speak briefly before the Kol Nidre service "Yiscor" or "Memorial" ser vices will be conducted Saturday morning at 11 o'clock Preceding the services the Rabbi will discuss the subject. "Fear Not." Preceding the "Neilah" or closing services for the Day of Atonement at 4:30 theRabbi will preach in Yiddish on the theme "The Monn nt is Ended The Junior services, held separate and distinct, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Harold Shapiro is in charge of the services and assisting are Herbert Glazcroff, David Jacobs, Harvey Sootin and Seymour Hinkes. SUNDAY SCHOOL Registration for Sunday School classes will take place this Sunday morning at 10:00 o'clock. We urge all parents to register their children at the beginning of the semester for classes will begin immediately. A very competent teachers' staff has been organized to take care of the 13 classes of our Sunday School. Names of the registered teachers and classes will be announced next week. The Sunday School organ. The Shofar. under the capable editorship of Harold Shapiro, will resume its activities with its first issue Yom Kippur night. This year Harold will be assisted by Herbert Bogner and Leonard Wasserman. Harvey Sootin. David Jacobs and Irene Jacobs will be the class reporters for 'The Shofar TALMUD TORAH Parents are urged to register their children for classes for the Talmud Torah. During these few weeks the importance of the different observances, plus the ritual and "Portion of Laws" are explained to the children. The fall term of the Hebrew school will begin Monday. October 28. NOCHUM AVAELIM The "Yahrzeit" of Schmuel N'i san. husband of Mrs Jennie Levine, will be observed this month th.12th day of "Tishri." October 14th CONDOLENCES We pray to tinAlmighty to assuage the pain of Mrs S M Goodman and children. Mrs. L. Leavitt and family and Mrs Ida | Bernstein, Ben Nuschfu-ld and Mrs Sam Weissel at the loss of their beloved ones May their souls be bound up in the bond ol i :< rnal life. SISTERHOOD An important board and regular meeting of the members of thi 1'.. th Davul Sisterhood will take place Wednesday. October 30th at 2 p. m at the Beth David Talmud Torah. Matters of utmost importance will be discussed, and election of a vice president will be held RADIO HOUR Rabbi Max Shapiro will cemduct the radio hour this coming Sunday afternoon from 3 to 3:30 p. in. over Station WIOD. The Rabbi will discuss thesubject "In Quest of An Answer." Cantor Joseph Malek e>f the Congregation will providethe musical program. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION r TEMPLE ISRAEL '*.^jiwM*.iiri 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi Rabbi's Residence: 919 South West 13th Court Phone 3-5192 Schedule of Service* Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45 p. m. Friday evening services: 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9:00 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. 137 N. E. 19th Street | Office Phone 2-7745 | RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D I 6996 Indian Creek Drive— 6 :26b ^^___ Miami Beach T^ABBI^COLMAN A. ZWITMAN*! 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 Miami Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. '•THE BEST FOR LEAST" TOPS — AUTO PAINTING WRECK SPECIALISTS %¡ ITDlMm theheiurs of 10 tei \2 a. in in the Synagogue House. 1545 S W 3rd St Both old and new pupils areur^iel tei bepresent this Sunday. TALMUD CLASS TheTalmud Class of theChevrah Mishna Ugnoro will start anew Sunday evening between Mincha and Maariv in thenew Synagogue. PATH OF SORROWS Wi report with extreme seirrow tinpassing o( one of ir sisters m theAuxiliary. Mrs i Ben Hirschfield and be-j; te> express tei Mr. Hirschfield the' Congregation's deepest sympathj We extend our sincereexpressieins eif sorrow ovel thepassing of the hit.Mr. 1. Levitt and sand tei his bereaved family our comforting words and consolations We chronicle with profound e,rie-f the passing of the late Mrs Boris Chertkof, and extend to the grief stricken family our sincereand heartfelt sympathies May theLord comfort them in their hour of sad bereavement OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR HENRY A. POHL. INC. Distributors Gray Motors Phone 21577 410 N. E. 13 St. Sincere Wishes To Our Jewish Friends for A HAPPY NEW YEAR IESSE P. MONTZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR Have a "MONTZ-BUILT" Home Phone 5-5647 1121 Sixteenth St.—Miami Beach HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES YOM KIPPUR Ateinement eve. Friday. Oct. 11. 8:15 p. m ; sermon. "The True Meaning of Faith." by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Atonement Day. Saturday. Oct. 12. 10 a. m ; sermon. "Trainees of the Spirit," by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Youth Service-. Saturday. October 12. 1:30 p m.; sermon. "Facing the Future with Faith." Rabbi Colman A Zwitman. Afternoon Services, Saturday. October 12. 230 p. m. will be conducted by officers and members of theheiard of trustees of Temple Israel. Memorial Service. Saturday. October 12. 4:15 p. m conducted by Dr. Jacob H Kaplan IN MEMORIAM At tinservices of each Friday even inn during the year, the names e>l recently departed, and also of Yahrze-ils in our Congregation, are re-ad at the Kaddish Service. Recently departed: Hyman Roth, father of Mr. Nat Roth: Abraham Bulbin. father of Mr. Hi-nry Bulbin. Yahrzeits: Je>seph Heide-s. fathe-r eif Mr Stanley Hodes; Viola I.e-taw. wife 1 eif Mr David Letaw: KatieLong Perlman, mother of Mr Frank A Perlman; Seilomon Simon, fathe-r of Mr. Tobias Simem: Hiram U. 1'llman. father of Mr Malcolm H I'llman A HAPPY AND MOST PROSPER OUS NEW YEAR L O B E L S FINE FOOD MARKET 1407 Washington Avenue • MIAMI BEACH • *.£ J W.k.-B.M.I HAPPY NEW YEAR PHYSICIAN & SURGEONS EXCHANGE If Vou Cannot Locate Your Physician CALL 492 24.H0UR SERVICE 1207 S. Andrews Ave. Ph. 492 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. J u' SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE 1321 S. W. 40th Ave. Phone 4-2914 Coral Gables A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS ANCHOR FENCES IRON WIRE WOOD Chain Link Wire, Ornamental Iron, Itusii. Cedar Pence* for Etea HI. n MS. Estates, Plays-rounds. Schools, Oolf nubs. 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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940 +Jewlst) Ik* Mini PAGE ELEVEN S J> 55 o ^ & i TAMP A: U T H E YEAR ROUND CITY" PLAIN TALK MY SINS Br Al Segal I don't know what to do about Yom Kippur. In times past I have brought my sins to the altar and have felt that I had a fab chance that they would be noticed and forgiven. After the day m the synagogue I could go away rejoicing in the feeling that my load of sin could not hav< gone unnoticed. Yd this year I feel troubled. What if rny sins are not seen? N, | that my sins are too small. They are many and sizeable. I have thought that so-and-so Zilch was no good at all and in the secret meditations of my heart I have said that I should like to set him in a pillory with a sign under him: "This is that bum Zilch. Whoever passes by is at liberty to throw a tomato at him." My lips have given sinful utterances that would better have been left unsaid. I remember I have meditated on the mistakes of nature which strike down the righteous while it lets people like Glutz live and thrive on the earth through the years. I hate Glutz. One evening I spoke sharply to my wife when she wanted to go to the movie "No." I said, "I positively will not go and you can not make me go ." I grumbled against her all evening when finally I did go. I have been guilty of the sin of intolerance. I have sinfully thought wha,t a good world this would be if all the people who don't agree with me were boiled in oil. Then I would have my own way. I have been guilty of the sin of pride. In the depths of my heart I have said that if all Jews were like me there could be no anti-Semitism. Yes, if all were so high-minded and virtuous and polite as I there would be no trouble. I have walked stiffnecked in self-righteousness. Yes. I cheated the welfare fund the time I bought for my auto a musical horn with money that would better have gone to this fund for the oppressed and the needy. I cheated the fund twice, for once, with no compunction at all, I dissipated $10 in a poker game. Alas, 1 am one of those who at times look with disdain on people with long beards. This was the more a sin inasmuch as I made false judgment, measuring a man by what grows on his face rather than by that which may abide in his heart. r SEASONS GREETINGS C & G DRESS SHOP r?2 Florida Ave. Ph M-51413 TAMPA. FLORIDA SEASONS OREETINGS DUTCH'S MARKET 3M Florida Ave. Ph S 6543 TAMPA. FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS UNITED 0 PTIG AL COMPANY EYEGLASSES AT REAL SAVINGS Always of Firit Quality 206 Zack St. Ph. M 5783 TAMPA, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL CAMEO TEA ROOM CHOP SUEY SERVED Open ft a. m. to 2 a. m. 4715 Florida Ave. Phone S157S TAMPA, FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS TROPICAL Refriqeratina Co. Distributors FRICK AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION Novoid Cork Insulation 3712 Tampa St Ph. 3712 TAMPA. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR NURSES OFFICIAL REGISTRY—5713 Physicians and Surgeons Exchange PHONE M-5713 If You Cannot Find Your Doctor I have given side glances toward pretty girls even at times when the wife of my many years was at my side. I sinned even more by blaming these delinquencies on the wickedness of my eyes instead of taking the sin to my own transgressing heart. I have desired to be rich, though were I not so covetous I would have known that I have enough and would have been duly grateful to the Lord who (CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE) HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ED WILLIAMSON USED CARS •SO: Florida Ave.. Tampa. Fla. SEASONS GREETINGS H. S. WURTELE PHOTO SERVICE NEW YEAR GREETINGS MADAME HINES BEAUTY TRAINING SCHOOL 201 Cardy St Ph. H 3855 TAMPA. FLORIDA 104 ECast St. Ph. M-1707 TAMPA. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR H A R D I N HARDWARE 220 E. Broadway TAMPA. 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PAGE FOUR ^Jewisli FlcridHan FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940 PLANT AND MAIN 21 S. W. SECOND MIAMI P. O. BOX 2973 OFFICES AVENUE FLORIDA FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Entered as second class matter July 4. 1930 at the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR | 2.00 SIX MONTHS • %  • lvv VOLUME 14 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11 NUMBER 41 1940 BRITAIN PLEDGES TO Now York (WNS)—The British War Government, through Arthur Greenwood. British Minister without portfolio, extended its assurances that at the end of the present war "the wrongs directed against the Jews will be righted" in a message made public here by the Rev. Maurice L. Perlzweig. head of the European section of the World Jewish Congress THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ POST YOM KIPPUR DANCE of Dr. Cassel's leadership. We SUNDAY. OCTOBER 13 lare particularly anxious to have All is in readiness for the 5th adult members in this group. Annual Post Yom Kippur Dance All those interested, please come to be held at the Y. M. H. A. auto the next meeting of the Dramatic Group next Tuesday night at the Y. ditorium Sunday. October 13. Charles Blau, chairman of the committee, announces that a splendid program of music and MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Great Britain's first public dejentertainment will feature th. A city wide membership drive claration since the outbreak of festivities of the evening. Al w iH be conducted by the Y. M FRANCE'S ANTI JEWISH LEGISLATION What has Gaston Henri-Haye. the new ambassador of Marshal Petain's French Government, to say now? When the suave diplomat arrived in this country several weeks ago, he told reporters who interviewed him at the airport that the Vichy government would not adopt any anti-Jewish legislation. He denied that Jewish citizens of France were going to suffer under the new regime. Now, it has been officially announced in Vichy that the Cabinet is considering a "Jewish law." The bill was drawn up by the anti-Semitic former Interior Minister Adrien Marquet and introduced by the present Minister, Marcel Peyrouton. Its terms have not yet been announced, but it sems likely that the law will curb Jews in the professions and in academic life, bearing most heavily on those of foreign origin. This will be the first anti-Jewish law adopted by a French government since pre-Napoleonic days. It marks another advance of the Petain regime along the road to Nazism. So foreign is such a law to the French legal system that the Cabinet is encountering difficulties in drafting it. The word "Jew" simply has no meaning in the body of French law as it has hitherto existed. We can sympathize with the difficulties of a government trying to rule under Nazi domination. But, if the Petain regime hnds it cannot govern independently and if it is an honest government, there is an alternative—it can abandon the attempt to establish a puppet regime and let the French people recognize the truth: that it is the Nazis who are really in control. When the French people fully understand this, they will know how to react. s London (WNS)—Nazi air raids on England compelled Jews to observe the Jewish New Year in air raid shelters in a manner reminiscent of the way the Spanish Inquisition forced Jews to pray to their God in secret underground caves, the Nazi radio gloated. The German broadcast boasted that Hitler's dive bombers made such a shambles of London that the Jews had no recourse but to disperse and seek shelter underground. The purpose of this Nazi broadcast, neutral observers said, was to gloat at the discomfort of the Jewish population in England and, at the same time, report the alleged damage done to London by the German attackers. A survey showed that the Nazi bragging had not foundation in fact. With the exception of a few synagogueus. damaged in previous raids, the traditional services were offered in all of London's synagogues and temples. Services were curtailed somewhat, however, at the order of Chief Rabbi Joseph Hertz as a precautionary measure. Services began at 6 p. m. and ended before the blackout to permit Jews to arrive at their homes and shelters before the usual night raids. Jews residing at a great distance from a synagogue were instructed to pray in their homes or shelters rather than run the risk of being trapped in an air raid. The overwhelming majority of London's Jews, however, attended services in their synagogues. AFRICAN COLONY FOR ALL JEWS OF EUROPE London (WNS)—A plan to ship Europe's Jews to Africa at the culmination of the present war is now being considered by Chancellor Hitler and Premier Mussolini, according to advices received here. Nazi spokesmen have beclared frequently, since the outbreak of the war. that mass expulsions of Jews from Europe would follow a Nazi-Italian victory. For the present, the report said, the dictators had agreed to permit the Jews to remain where they are. This report lends confirmation to the fact that the much-publicized Nazi scheme to establish a Jewish reservation in Lublin. Poland, has made little headway and has been abandoned by Nazi officials. The Nazis had originally planned to send all Jews from the various Nazi-dominated countries to the Jewish "reservation." Although all communication with the reservation was cut off, refugees reaching London reported conditions there to be indescribable. the war on the Jewish question, jthe message pledged that "freedom and full equality before the law with every other citizen" will be restored following a British victory. Dr. Perlzweig. who arrived in the United States from London last week, said that he had brought the message or presentation to the executive committee of the World Jewish Congress. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, chairman of the executive committee, declared that the message "has a 'wider and farther-reaching implications than the British declaration of Nov. 2. 1917. for Mr. Greenwood's statement has regard to the status of the Jews .throughout the world, that is. in all lands, after the downfall of .Hitler's and Mussolini's regime of lawlessness and destruction." Mr. Greenwood's statement follows: "The tragic fate of the Jewish victims of Nazi tyranny has. as you know, filled us with a deep emotion. The speeches of J responsible British statesmen in Parliament and at the League of Nations during the past seven years have reflected the horror with with which the people of this country have viewed the Nazi relapse into barbarism. The British government sought again and again to secure some amelioration of the lot of persecuted Jewry both in Germany itself and in the countries which were infected by the Nazi doctrine of racial hatred. "Today the same sinister power which has trampled on its defenseless minorities. and by fraud and force has temporarily robbed many small peoples of their independence, has challenged the last stronghold of liberty in Europe. When we have achieved victory, as we assured, ly shall, the nations will have the opportunity of establishing a new world order based on the ideals of justice and peace. In | such a world it is our confident i hope that the conscience of civij libed humanity would demand that the wrongs suffered by the Jewish people in so many countries should be righted. "In the rebuilding of civilized society after the war. there should and will, be a real opportunity for Jews everywhere to make a distinctive and constructive contribution; and all men of good will must assuredly hope that in the new Europe the Jewish people, in whatever country they may live, will have freedom and full equality before the law with every other citizen." CONSIDER CALLING OF JEWISH CONFERENCE New York (WNS) — Jewish communities in South and Central America, anxious to play their part in cementing closer relations between the United States and the Americas, are in favor of summoning a PanJewish Conference. Friedman and his orchestra wili H. A. and the Y. W. H. A. and furnish the music. The place will all its affiliate divisions for a ton be beautifully decorated both injday period beginning November side and outside. Through the 4 next. For the last few week* courtesy of the Florida Power & | the membership drive commitLight Co.. we have obtained extee and the executive director tra lighting, and it will be one have been working incessantly of the most unique affairs of its ancl untiringly in preparing data kind ever held at the Y. f„ r this drive It is the aim of Tickets are only 50c and if you ihis committee to have every want to be among those present. Jewish person in the city Join please hurrv. We suggest to ,t u y. By having a large memthose who plan to have parties at bership. our dream of a comthe dance to call up for table reservations on Sunday morning. The motto is "First come. 'first served." Besides Mr. Blau. the committee is composed of the following: Senior Men's Committee. Harry Schwartz, Lou Safan. Jack Apte. Mickey Lubel. Nat Blumberg. Jules Wilson. Women's Committee: Irene Cohen. Essie Schaffer. Millie Rubenstein, Jean Seitlin. Annie Licberman. Junior Committee: Margaret Hurwitz, Louis. Emanuel, Bca Merlin. Victor Emanuel, B< be Fineman. Mildred Berkowitz. Naomi Grossman, Bernie Greenstein, munity center building will speedily become a reality. The executive committee of the membership drive is composed of: Messrs Joseph A. Berman. Joseph A. Lipton. Murry Grossman. Sam Blank, and the executive director. More details later. NEW DRAMATIC DIRECTOR OF THE "Y" As previously announced, the dramatic group was reorganized under the able direction of Dr. Sidney Cassel on Monday. September 30. The response to a call for persons interested in .—, DR. SIDNEY CASSEL dramatics was very encouraging. Over 35 youngsters appeared at the meeting. On Tuesday evening. October 8. Dr. Cassel began casting for a show, details of which will be given later. Dr. Cassel is a graduate of the University of Baltimore and of the Illinois College of Chiropody. He has played in stock in Chicago, Baltimore and Miami. In 1933 and 1934 he directed two shows at the World's Fair in Chicago. Locally he was associated with the Theater of Fifteen and the University Players. He is well qualified and able and we look forward to big accomplishments from this group because WOMEN'S DIVISION As previously announced, the |Y. W. H. A. has undertaken an excellent project by inaugurating, through the courtesy of the Dade County Board of Education, an arts and crafts class for adult women every Wednesday afternoon. Many interesting articles are being made and an instructor teaches those present the art of making various things. Much credit is due to Mrs. Ann Lieberman. through whose efforts this class was established. • • • JUNIOR DIVISION At the last meeting of this division, it was decided to sponsor several affairs for the purpose of buying a piano for the Y. This group feels that another piano is necessary and wants to have the privilege of furnishing the Y with the same. • • • BOY SCOUTS We are very proud that the Y Boy Scout Troop won the monthly banner for being the outstanding Scout Troop in Dade county. This banner is on display at the Y and all of us are proud of it. Credit should be given to the entire Scout Troop. to Herman Waitsman. Scout Master and Stanton Halpert. his assistant. • • • Mickey Lubel, athletic director of the Y, and Lou Safan. chairman of the athletic committee announce the formation of the Y Basketball League composing the following teams: Reds: Jack Rosen, captain; M. Weintraub, H. Feldman. H. Levinson. I. Schemer, G. Reichgott, Jack Rickenback and H. Wilensky. Oranges: Herbie Cohen, captain; G. Kasselman, M. Adelman, Murray Mantell, Phil Weintraub, C. Jamieson, M. Sager, and D. Golden. Blacks: Davis Lackowitz, captain; Lenny Lane, A. Schwartz, Jack Rosenthal, Melvin Schaeffer, Sackowitz, I. Berger, G. Lefcourt, and Herman Waitsman. Blues: Eddie Stein, captain; Art Baida, Ken Kasselman, Bob (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)



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T "*" PAGE TWELVE +Jewisti Meridian FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1940 Daytona Beach:--"The South's Summer Playground" PLAIN TALK (FROM PRECEDING PAGE) has caused my employer to tolerate me in my job so long. I have been arrogant. In my driving on the roads I have blown my horn impudently against people who drove more slowly than I and. therefore, more wisely and patiently. As, finally, I passed them by I cast baleful glances at them, as if to stab them through their hearts with my looks. In my writing I have been guilty of arrogance of opinion, taking to myself such authority as of Sinai, as if a column were a mountain height from which to thunder down on fellowmen. I have been guilty of the sin •f vanity. From the secrecy of my heart I have looked at the white-breasted guests at speakars" tables at the communal functions and have said. "Why am I %  ot allowed to sit in the high places?" My vanity has ached as I consumed the roast chicken humbly at the feet of the big men of Israel. I have sinned in that I have been spiteful. I have sinned in that I have spoken harshly of sinners who were no worse than I. I have sinned in boastfulness. Many more are my sins and the space of this column would not be enough were I to attempt to enumerate all of them. And what good reputation I have would be lost were the readers to know all my sinning What columnist can live unless the readers believe him to be both wise and good? Aye, that is the climax of my sinning—in that I have deceived the public that has believed me to be wise, if not good. To pretend any wisdom in a world in which the people search so desperately even for one gleam of it is the very low of deception. So I gather together my bundle of sins to take to the altar on this Yom Kippur. Yet I feel embarrassed as one who will be troubling the Most High too much in a time when he has such an immensity of sin to look at "O Lord God, behold Thou my sins" But God's eye is on the sin of brutes who devastate the earth, on the crime of totalitarians who drown little children in a total war, on the wickedness of despots who make slaves of their captives, on the murders of women and children who look to heaven for succor and find Hitler there, on the lust of covetous tyrants taking to hemselves the wealth of peoples, on hate and falsehood and treachery. 'Oh Lord God, I have sinned and see Thou the bundles of my sins." But God. I fear, has no time for my sins, heavy as they are. He must be weighing the immensity of sin that has ravished the millions of the people of the earth, has robbed them and left them to starvation, has slain them with bombs as they hid from death in their holes. Should I intrude with my bundle of sin at such a time? God should be making ready by now to fulfill the prophecy that whosoever lives by the sword shall perish by it. People have been wondering where is God who, as has been told, makes the wicked to fall into the grave they dug for the righteous. TABLE TALK Notable Quotations from Prominent People RESOLUTION "A new kind of war is loose in the world, fought with all weapons, including treason, fought most insidiously during what some of our countrymen call peacetime. It is a war against a civilization that we know. It is HAPPY NEW YEAR TIE BEE HIVE ERNEST FULGHAM DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. HAPPY NEW YEAR BUCKEYE DAIRY HOME OWNED Grade "A" Natural Raw Pasteurized Certified PHONE 240 DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS BLAKE'S GARDENS DE LAND ROAD DAYTONA BEACH. FLA SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS GULF OIL CORP. 83S BALLOUGH ROAD DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. Against this magnitude of sin can my own sins, grievous as they are. be noticed on Yom Kippur? Perhaps I should not be so impertinent as to press upon Him my own sins and ask for forgiveness at a moment when He may be raising His hand to smite the enemies of man. "O my Lord God. I shall come back some other Yom Kippur when Thou wilt have more time for my sins." a revolution against the values which we have cherished and which we wish our children to cherish in the future. It is a revolution wich denies the dignity of man and which banishes the hope of brotherhood and comradeship on earth. We can see it developing right before our very eyes. It must be faced with daring and with devotion. We must reaffirm our noble tradtiions and make ourselves so strong that the traditions we live by shall not perish from the earth."—Gen. John J. Pershing SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS DEWEY H. SMITH 705 BROADWAY DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. WAY OF LIFE The really democratic state must insist upon the sanctity of human life and human happiness. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness must not be negatively and conservatively interpreted. Viewed in the light of democracy as a way of life, these concepts mean life, health and leisure not for the few but for the many. They mean freedom from unfair and corrupt methods of business competitiou —fraud, misrepresentation, racketeering. They mean cheaper and quicked justice. The meaa freedom of the consumer from extortionate and oppressive charges for all articles of common use: food, drugs, beverages, clothing, housing and transportation. They mean freedom from overcrowded, unsanitary dwell, ings, factories and stores. They mean full participation in economic progress, a just share in the distribution of the national income. Above all, they mean the fullest opportunity for every person to develop his talents and personality and to share in the higher enjoyments of civilisation."—Harry J Carman. Columbia University. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jeisi> flcridlian FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1940 SEASON'S WISHES TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS PAR'T-PAK Royal Crown Cola 6 BOTTLES—25c Nehi Bottling Co. 538 N. W. 24TH STREET MHHH %  %  %  :. *.:. The Most Completely Equipped Auto Paint Shop in THE SOUTH JOHNNIE & MACK REGULAR $35 GENUINE duPONT DELUX PAINT JOB No More—No Less 9.95 Our Facilities Enable Us to Render 24 Hour Service! All Work Over $25 Financed As Low As $1.00 a Week. PHONE 3-7681 74 N. E. 20th Street THE Y. M. H. A.j NOTES i \ (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) mwmmmmn*iWMi.mmim*mm#>*m*mmr' NEW YEARS GREETINGS To the Readers of The Jewish Floridian and may the New Year be replete With Happiness I TAMIAMI TILE COMPANY SOUTHERN DISTRIBUTORS WALLS. FLOORS Wenczel TILES ACCESSORIES 1106 S. W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-6758 mtm *mmnm* BMMM MH %  HAPPY NEW YEAR • i Kosher Meat&* Poultry Market 237 N. W. 5th STREET—MIAMI PHONE 3 2297 D. KLEBER Preps. I. LEOPOLD • IMMMMMm .... INSURED SAVINGS 1 MORTGAGE LOANS wsrow SAYIRCS ^mrrr %  0RTGA5! L0AXS %  nn sRvincs pno Loan associn lliASJS&Efc ,v*. fi. Traurig. S. Weintraub, A. Reisman. Flash Orenstein, Qreenstcin, and Cowen. The next game will be played Oct. 14, Orange vs. Black (9:00). Reds vs. Blues (9:45). • • • Y FORMS NEW DUCKPIN BOWLING LEAGUE Jack Apte announces that the Winter Bowling League has been formed and games are held every Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock. • • • CLASS IN CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH A class in Conversational English is being conducted at the Y under the auspices of the W. P. A. every afurnoon. except Saturday and Sunday, from 1 to 5 o'clock. Mrs. Palmer is the teacher in charge and all persons interested are advised to contact her. • • • NOTICE Because of the Succoth holidays, the Y will be closed from sundown Wednesday, October 16 until Saturday night, October 19 at 7 o'clock. • • • Y. W. H. A. BOWLING After six weeks of strenuous practice, the Y. W. H. A. Bowling teams start, d the official league tournament October 7 to run for eight weeks. Individual players' scores folows: (James Pins Av. 3 261 87 246 82 237 7!) 237 7.) 232 77 2: 9 : 2;i 2,ii 216 213 A SMOOTH TIRE IS NOT A SAFE TIRE EMERSON TIRE CO. (Not Inc.) EVERYTHING FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE U. S. WAREHOUSE DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE RETAIL 600 N. E. FIRST AVENUE—TELEPHONE 3-5308 1135 N. W. 36th STREET—TELEPHONE 7-7576 EXTENDS SEASON'S BEST WISHES "THROUGH FRIENDS AND SERVICE WE GROW" r Player T. Silberstein Anne Che:-:, r I. Blumht rg S. Abrams .'ear! Ri Rosamond Scheer 3 I I J. R .nthal Lubel ;. is %  Hoi witz Milner m Sager F. Ho k r .' Ginsberg i SI '.! Rubei Ann Poll ,i M irkowitz B B n F Gii rg F, .'. I E s :• %  r 3 3 3 3 :; 3 2 .: 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 I 133 1,3 2 0 130 187 : 165 157 157 43 HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Many Jewish Friends—May the New Year Bring You ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY HAYES VINING CO.. INC. MASTER NASH DEALERS 202S Biscayno Boulevard Phone 3-4661 I TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS May The New Year Bring You ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY AMERICAN COOLAIR CORPORATION Phon 3-6591 1333 S. W. 8th Street SEASONS GREETINGS McLeod Construction Co. ORLANDO. FLORIDA > %  ij %  tmni ,<• %  .-* .%••-. v-,-" ..•*. -*fc~•*.-•.•-•* BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR "jKiami 's 7irm Sxmlumlv Phone 5 4C04 8121 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-3566 ISSY MARKS AND FAMILY with all their friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Ask Your Local Ut£ A L w ""T" !" .^* T Delicate^ KOSHER ZION For the Best SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS It Costs No More ace Delicirut Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats 3"th and Normal Ave. Chicago AMERICANS! ATTENTIONS! Ii !" ^"HZ*"^ Pre,ident C'"b o' Miami Beach extend* a cordial invita clubhouse Democrat! and Republican* to attend ?. meeting at >" TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 15 AT 8 O'CLOCK Adore, e by prominent speakers on the issues of the „_,,_,_ „^L or i hc mm 0 Presidential Election WILLKIr. FOR PRESIDENT CLUB OF MIAMI BEACH LINCOLN ROAD AT COLLINS AVE. CLAUDE ASHBROOK, President Haiti PollUeul AdvtrtU'-i'"-"'