The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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AA00010090:00610

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VOLUME 13No. 43
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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
DRASTIC STATUTE
5SUEDIN FRANCE;
NTERN REFUGEES
London (WNS) The same
Fi nch statesmen who betrayed
Prance to Nazi Germany con-
tinued their plunge to Fascism
SAY ANTI-JEWISH
LAWS^HUMANE"
Vichy (WNS)The anti-Jew-
ish decrees announced by the
Marshal Petain government were
decided upon in "absolute seren-
ity" and in "the spirit of human-
ity." according to an official
communique.
Declaring that it "respects the
persons and property of Jews.''
the government communique
said: "It merely prevents them
Y. M. H. A. MEMBERSHIP
DRIVE NOVEMBER 4-14
---------
At a meeting of the Board of
Directors last Tuesday evening
final plans were announced for
the coming city-wide member-
ship campaign that the "Y" will
j launch for a period of 10 days,
--------- beginning November 4 to 14.
London (WNS) Delegates to On Sunday evening. November
tlie annual conference of the Zi- 3. a monster mass meeting will
onist Federation of Great Britain be held at the "Y" club rooms,
URGE ACCEPTANCE
OF JEWISH
TROPER PICTURES
EUROPE IN GRIP OF
GREAT HARDSHIPS
the announcement of a fr"ni assuming certain social
Jewish Statute," drastically cur- 'unctions of authority, manage-
with
and Ireland pledged full support ;at which time leaders and repre- jed
New York (WNS)The next
six months will see all of Eu-
rope in the grip of unprecedent-
to Britain's war
hardships with Jews suffering
-.... campaign and sentatives of every organization most severely of all. declared
French Jews ntelli- g^fSS5 offe^ '" ** *" "" ^ A" ** !***
to orate entertainment program is
Agency's
-** and providing for the internment ence experience having proved, ralS(. a Jewish under ft arranged
: ,,11 foreign Jews. as it has to all impartial spirits, British flag
With the publication of the spe- l"al Jews exercise these with paui q-.
al Jewish decrees, barring Jews an individualist tendency up to L, tho conferel
a point of anarchy." nial Sccretary Lord L1()yd knew
Denying that the decrees were that the Jews in Palestine could
promulgated as a reprisal, the be relied upon to defend to the
announcement added: "Our dis- utmost all those vital British in-
aster imposes upon us the obli- terests of which Palestine is the
gation to regroup French forces [nerve center.
of long hereditary and fixed
characteristics. It is not a ques-
tion of petty vengeance but of
indispensable security."
from all high government, educa-
tional and judiciary posts and
excluding them entirely from the
nation's press, radio and cinema.
the Marshal Petain regime set
France back more than 150 years.
The anti-Jewish legislation, the
first in France since the revolu-
tion, effects Jews in France and
all French colonies, protectorates
and mandated territories.
Under the new decrees, which
have been under discussion by
the Council of Ministers for the
past month. Jews are barred
from France's governing bodies,
Joseph A. Berman is chairman
Goodman, who presided 0f the campaign committee, as-
sisted by Joseph A. Lipton and
Sam Blank, co-chairmen, and
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector.
HEBHEW UNIVERSITY SENDS
GIFTS TO STUDENT RECRUITS
Jerusalem (WNS-Paleor Agen-
cy)Gift parcels of books pub-
cannot be judges or diplomats or h-u-j i, ,u u u_ ,,
. ,., Iishect by the Hebrew University
hold important positions in n .. ,,
.... i i j 1'dess. and pocket diaries, station-
Frances colonial administration. ... .. ...
Lesser posts, such as clerk- *** '*" ^ Je'n *"'
ships, are open to Jews who ""' ^"""'-^"tion Of the Uni-
fought with the French forces Ve"% "' ,s,'ud"U.s "ow servm
during the World War or W,th H,s Majesty s Forces'
the campaign of 1939-40 and were
Scoring the new anti-Jewish
decrees in unoccupied France
and citing the need for a Jewish
army, Mr. Goodman declared
that "no fewer than 60,000 Jews
of various nationalities served in
France, but they were unknown
soldiers of Israel."
Dr. Chaim Weizmann. presi-
dent of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine, was unable to address
,the conference and sent a mes-
sage instead. He disclosed that
j he intended to leave for the
United States next month and
agreed to address the conference
before his departure
Trope r, European
chairman of the American Jew-
ish Joint Distribution Commit-
tee as he left from LaGuardia
Field for Lisbon aboard the
Dixie Clipper to resume active
charge of the committee's relief
work abroad. Troper said he ex-
pected to go to Vichy. Marseilles
land Budapest to confer with Jew -
WAIVES lsh leaders
"The chief obstacle to bring-
ing effective assistance to Jew-
Washington (WNS) B'nai jish refugees and war victims."
B'rith, national Jewish service'Troper said, "is lack of adequate
land fraternal organization, has funds. We have available per-
waived membership dues for all naPs a third of the minimum
of its members who have been or ."ceded for the remaining two and
B'NAI B'RITH
DUES FOR MEN IN ARMY
will be called into the armed
forces of the United States, it was
announced by Henry Monsky,
president of B'nai B'rith. Mr.
Monsky explained that dues will
be waived for all who enlisted
or will enlist as well as those
called into service through the
conscription act and the mobil-
ization oi the National Guard
and reserve contingents
In his message. Dr. Weizmann
ited with the Military Leg- nounce_ quotas for each profes- s.ud: Now Fal,,sllll,. ,, rapidly
becoming one of (he mam thea- CONFERENCE MEETS
Honor or with the Mili- jsion. Jews above the quota will
dedal. be dropped,
lecrees prohibit Jews from Also hard hit by the anti-Jew-
.; teaching posts in both ish decrees were thousands of
' and lower educational in- Jews who sought refuge in France
stitutions. They cannot be offi- from Germany or Nazi-dominat-
cers in the French army, navy oil countries The decrees stipu-
01 air eorps. late that foreign Jews may be
The legislation stipulated that interned in special camps or may and her allies''
edit or write for be compelled to live in fixed
localities
Perhaps as a sop to the United
States and other democratic
countries, the anti-Jewish do-
crees were not as severe as those
DESPITE AIR RAIDS
tres of war It has become abund-
antly clear that the Jewish com-
munity in Palestine, in common! London (WNS-Paleor Agency)
with the Jewish people through- Paralleling the courage dis-
out the world, may i.,- able to 'played l>y the Yishuv under en-
make a significant contribution
for ultimate victory of Britain
Jews cannot
11 rs. A specific exemp-
tion was granted in the case of
ntific publications. They
cannot hold key positons in film
or broadcasting companies.
> ws now holding prohibited
i must resign within two
They will be eligible
1 i Government pensions if their
e has been long enough.
Special exemptions will b
granted, it was announced, to
who rendered meritorious
to France in the fields
"f the arts, science, and litera-
ture, The exemptions, however,
Will not apply to the press, radio
and motion pictures.
Under the present legislation,
11 other professions are open to
Jews without any restrictions. It
s indicated, however, that the
Comment wou|d shortly an-
V OTE
YOUR DUTY

DO IT WITH BALLOTS
MOT BULLETS
AMERICAN IEWS ARE
AFFECTED BY DECREES
emy fire, hundreds of Zionists
attended the annual conference
of the Zionist Federation of
Great Britain despite continuous
air raids.
The confrerees, among whom
were 00 official delegates, were
a half months of the year. With
these sums, which can be spent
immediately in full conformity
'with the regulations of the Unit-
ed States Treasury Department.
jwe cannot possibly meet all oi
the vast needs of European Jew-
ry, but we shall continue our
rescue work to the very limit of
our resources.
"I am going to Europe with
full knowledge of the frightful
conditions existing there, and
with the equally discouraging
knowledge that we shall not be
able to feed all the hungry or
provide care for all the sick
But as long as any means remain
to us, we shall continue to the
best of our abilities to do all we
can for the innocent men. wo-
men and children who are being
decimated by war."
Troper explained that in the
conduct of us program in areas
under German control the Joint
Distribution Committee in no
way aids the German economy or
violates the British blockadt
American dollars are never re-
London (WNS)Nazi military addressed by Professor Selig Bro-
authorities in occupied Frame detsky, political chief in London
Germany' 'and Nazi- wil1 mak n" exceptions in the of the Jewish Agency forPales-
OCCUpied anas There is no rul- case '"' American Jews living in tine and President oi the Bnt.sh
Ing, for instance, forbidding mar- the Nazi-held zones, it was stat- Jewish Board ol Deputies; Mrs
between Jews and non- ,'tl here' Blanche Dugdale. niece ol the nutted to Germany proper or any
Jews will be permitted to I Officials of the American Km- late Lord Balfour. author of the land occupied by Germany, he
bassy in Paris have disclosed Declaration that brought the said, but are made available in
that they contemplate no repre- modern Jewish National Home those territories through an au-
sentations to the German gov- into being; Dr. Ignacz Schwartz- thorized clearance arrangement,
ernment on behalf of American bard, member of the Zionist As- wheih keeps dollars outside Ger-
Jews affected by the anti-Jewish tion Committee and also of the many, but makes local currency
riages
Jews.
' retain their civil rights as citi-
.-! ns oi France.
The law defined Jews as per-
sons having three grandparents
of the Jewish race and those mar-
ried to Jews and having two
Jewish grandparents.
In announcing the new de-
crees, sources close to the govern-
ment said that Jews in general
laws. Embassy officials said
they had no exact information
'about the number of American
Jews in the occupied territory,
saying only that there were 500
Americans registered with
Polish Governmi nt-in-Exile. available to the Jewish welfare
The progress displayed by the organizations within Germany.
"We in no way run counter to
had failed to acquire a national embassy.
and patriotic spirit and that their The Nazi decree stipulates that
action as public officials tended a]] jews must register with the
to be "harmful to national inter- iocai authorities and that all
ests." Jewish-owned enterprises must
The Royalist Action Francaise. 'display conspicuous signs read-
leading anti-Semitic organiza- ing: This is a Jewish concern."
Yishuv in all branches of i ndeav-
or despite the exigencies of war-
time conditions was stressed by
the Professor Brodetsky in his sur-
vey of the general political situa-
tion. He emphasiz-d that it was
due to the permission and co-op-
eration of the British government
that the Jews have been afford, d
an opportunity for direct national
tion. urged an immediate census
of all Jews affected by the anti-
Jewish decrees. A census of
Jews is now being conducted in
occupied France. The anti-Se-
mitic group urged also that Jews military authorities have the full
the British blockade because we
do not ship clothing, food, or
other supplies overseas," Trop-
er said. "All our operations in
Europe are conducted through
locally constituted committees
in the various countries. These
committees secure their supplies
in their own country. Their on-
ly lack at this time is funds with
participation in the struggle for
A spokesman for the Embassy freedom,
declared that American Jews liv- j The role of the Jews of Britain which to buy supplies. For these
ing or doing business in the oc- after the war will be most im- funds, they look to the Jews of
cupied areas were doing so vol- portant. Brodetsky declared. tne United States who contribute
untarily. and that since the Nazi "since Britain is now the chief
champion of freedom." He in-
sisted that "Zionism must dom-
who have changed their names right to decree ordinances for
be compelled to revert to their jthe territory there was no ground .inate the Anglo-Jewish commun-
original names. |for representations. jity."
to the Joint Distribution Com-
mtitee through the United Jew-
ish Appeal for Refugees and Ov-
erseas Needs."'



PAGE TWO
vjenist Flcric/inn
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1940
The marriage of Miss Rachel Co-
vitch to Mr. Nathan Zwitman is
being announced this week. Miss
Covitch is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Benj. Covitch. She
attended the University of Mi-
ami majoring in chemistry. Mr.
Zwitman is the son of Mr. Philip
Zwitman and the late Muriel
Zwitman. He completed his pre-
law studies at Newark Univer-
sity and was graduated from the
Government Law School of Pal-
estine. Officiating at the cere-
mony was Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man. A reception to which all
friends of the couple are invited
will be held this Sunday at the
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Colman
A. Zwitman. 5400 LaGorce Drive.
Miami Beach, between the hours
of 3 and 5 p. m. Mr. Zwitman is
the operator of the Washington
Cleaners. Miami Beach.
At the nomination meeting of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation next Tuesday, Oc-
tober 29th was set aside as the
date for the election of officers.
Mr. H. M. Drewich was given an
unanimous rising vote of thanks
for his sincere, earnest and untir-
ing efforts expended during the
past holiday season. Brief con-
gratulatory remarks were made
by members of the Congregation.
The meeting Tuesday will be at
the new Synagogue building and
will start at 8:15.

Mr. and Mrs. William Feldman
of Miami Beach have returned
to the city after a three months'
tour of the states.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Repps of New
York City are house guests of
parents home. 1535 Meridian |Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies.
Ave.. from 2 to 4 p. m. All iThey will remain in Miami for
friends are invited. 'several months.
The Bar Mitxvah of Sanford A.
Kohn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Kohn of Miami Beach will
take place Saturday. October 26
at the Jacob Joseph Congrega-
tion at 9:00 a. m. A reception
will be held after the services.
Open house will take place at the
nasr*
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"*%*+
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
SEASONS GREETINGS
SRAEEL & JABALY, INC.
900 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
The senior group "Sara Gina"
Circle 1637 of the Companions of
the Forest of America will hold
an affair on the evening of Oc-
tober 30th at the Nash Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach. Miss Rita Rosen-
berg and Miss Marcia Watstein
were in charge of a benefit man
jongg and card party held Wed-
nesday evening. They were as-
sisted by Miss Rochelle Belenki
and Miss Clarita Mindlen. Host-
esses for the evening were Misses
Alma Harris. Ruth and Frances
Fried. Marcie Markowitz and
Betty Steinhart.

The Power of Music will be the
topic of the lecture by Edward
Clarke of the University of Mi-
ami before the Spinoza Forum
this Saturday at the home of Dr.
The Miami Chapter of A. Z. A.
has three events scheduled fc,r
next week. Tuesday night at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Syna-
gogue the formal initiation of
pledges will take place. Wed-
nesday. October 30th they will
sponsor their annual theatre par.
ty. The last of these events will
be a Masquerade Party to be
The pledge division of Tri Beta 'held Thursday night, October 31
Sorority is giving a beauty con- | at the old building of the Miami
test party for its members Sun- 'Orthodox Synagogue,
day. October 27th at 8:00 p. m. |
at the home of Miss Marjorie; The Zionist Council of Greater
Rosengarten, 2140 S. W. 5th St. Miami will meet Tuesday ,
The pledges are Misses Blanche ning, October 29th at Beth Daud
Barnett, president: Marjorie Ros- Talmud Torah at 8:00 p. m. It
engarten, vice president; Beverly js imperative that representatives
Cohen, secretary-treasurer; Lily 0f an Zionist groups Intel
Alexander. Fay. Cowen, Betty jn Eretz Israel be present. Im-
Diamond. Gladys Lavigne. Gwen portant discussion regarding the
Resnick. Lucille Shattsburg and shekel campaign and cultural
Marilyn Tunic. Miss Barnett meeting will take place,
will act as mistress of ceremon- j
ies to help carry out the beauty Mr and Mrs Isidor Roth rf M.
contest pattern. Miss Alexander ami Bcach have returncd hon
Miss Tunic and Miss Cohen will from thcir vacation in Ncw v
be dressed as cigarette girls to Ci and Allantic Beach wh|.n
serve refreshments. The beauty .
they spent the summer months
parade will be accompanied by visiting with thclr chlldreI1
Miss Rosengarten on the piano.
Abraham Wolf son, 11th St. be-
tween Collins avenue and Ocean Miss Sylvia Tobias, daughter of
Drive. Miami Beach. This will Capt. M. S. Tobias, has returned
be the first in a series of lee- |to spend the winter season here
tures on music which Mr. Clarke at her home. 1525 Pennsylvania
will give at the Spinoza Forum avenue. Miami Beach. Miss To-
bias has been traveling exten-
Mme. Sarah Osnath-Halvey. one isivcly through the northern states
SEASON'S GREETINGS
OLIN'S U-DRIVE-IT-SERV1CE
2900 N. E. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Fla. Phone 2-2689
"Your Patronage Appreciated"
SEASON'S GREETINGS
EIGHTH STREET SUNDRIES
OSCAR HAGAN. Manager
1607 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-8726
t
Home Makers Are Invited To
A Demonstration
Of
visiPLfln
See a complete room
grow in miniature be-
fore your eyes in exact
visual proportion and
in the actual materials.
VISIPLAN is a compact display in which scores of dec-
orative schemes have been assembled in a scientific and
artistic way that is authoritatively correct. Seated in a
comfortable chair you choose from hundreds of drapery
fabrics, trimmings, carpets, upholstery materials and
wood finishes to match, with complete sets of veneers, cut
to scale to represent occasional furniture.
ON THE SIXTH FLOOR
9J
of the outstanding portrayers of
Palestinian life by means of mu-
sic, drama and dancing, is now
visiting in Miami Beach. The art-
ist, who is a Yemenite Jewess,
has been acclaimed by press and
critics. Following a world tour
Mme. Halevy made her American
debut at Town Hall and was ac-
claimed over night as a most
gifted and fascinating mime.
The New York Times stated about
her concert, "it was a remarkable
performance; this youthful art-
ist can at once essay the roles
of singer, dancer and mimic.
The rhythmic precision and the
grace of her moving hands hold
an absorbing fascination for the
onlooker, as they describe the
folklore of the Near East." This
is the first visit of Sarah Osnath
Halevy in the South, and sever-
al Zionist organizations and or-
ganizations of the Jewish com-
munity are planning to hold a
recital, in which Miami Jewry
will have an opportunity to see
this outstanding diseuse who was
the pride of Palestinian Jewry,
and who has thrilled audiences
in New York and other large
American cities.
e e
Dade County Chapter American
Red Cross Surgical Dressing Di-
vision are announcing removal of
their workrooms from the Wo-
men's Club to Richards Dept.
Store. 6th floor. This surgical
bandage work is being done Mon-
day through Friday. 9:30 to
4:30. No experience is necessary
and materials are furnished. An-
nouncements have been made
through heads of the various
Jewish organizations appealing
for volunteer workers to aid in
this cause.
e
The Bar Mitivah of Murray Ke~
retzky will take place at 9:00 a.
m. Saturday. Oct. 26th in Beth
Jacob Synagogue. Miami Beach.
His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Koretzky, 1552 Collins avenue,
will hold open house from 5:30
to 8.00 p. m. Sunday to celebrate
the occasion.

Mr. and Mr*. Phil Salmon and
son Myron. \ formerly of New
York, are now residing at 2283
South West 17th street, the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Langner,
parents of Mrs. Salmon. The bar
mitzvah of their son, Myron, took
place last week at Beth David
Synagogue.
since early June and while in
New York attended the Fall
fashion Previews and the
World's Fair.
e e
Dr. and Mrs. I. L. Fishbein. 1622
Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach,
announce the birth of a daugh-
ter. Anne Marcia. at St. Francis
Hospital. Tuesday. October 15.

The members of the Sigma Phi
Kappa sorority are making plans
for a dance which is to be held
Thanksgiving night. In charge
of arrangements are Miss Carol"
Bauer. Miss Barbara Silver. Miss
Elaine Stillman and Miss Joy
Bauer. The proceeds will go to
the Jewish Welfare Bureau.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone havinjr articles of
clothing, furniture, etc. that
are not being used or need-.l,
please cooperate with the La-
dies Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau. and ser-1
these articles to the RUM
MAOE STORE maintained by
them.
If You Cannot Brino These
to ths
RUMMAGE STORE
Lecated at 167 N. W. 5th St
Pleass Phone
Mrs. L. J. Harts. 2-7135
Mrs. Morris Dubler. 5-3517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 542">
Jewish Welfare Office, 3 5377
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 2 1S64
and they will be called for
1 *z
EXPERIENCED MOHEL
Excellent Local References
Write or Wlrs
RABBI L. LEHRER
KEY WEST. FLORIDA
SBSJSS
Season's Greetings
CROMWELL
HOTEL
Ocean Drive and 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
MOLLY PICON'S
LEADING MAN
WILLIAM SCHWARTZ
ROMANTIC TENOR
Is Available For
Concerts, Banquets, Dances
Bar Mitzvahs
820 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9028
LITTLE FLOWER
1116 FIFTH STREET
MIAMI BEACH
RE-OPENING
1940 SEASON
I Awaiting the pleasure of
? greeting our past friends
I and patrons
PHONE 5-6521
POSITION WANTED
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER
i '"rnpetentCinable of tsaint
Full Charge of Office
Very Thorough
Excellent Local References
PHONE 5-4508
A MAN ....
AND HIS CLOTHES
Wherever he goes and
whateTer he doe*, his
cloths)* are virtually a part
of hi* personality Evi-
dence of hi* taste, his
standing, his success.
For Fine
Custom Tailoring
1140 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-3812
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NORMANDY SCHOOL
A Private Boardiig and Day School
For Boys and Girls
KINDERGARTEN THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
LEO HUBERMAN (Harvard) Headmaster
1021 Biarritz Driv. Phon* 6-1061 Miami Beach
Local Transportation Provided Without Charge
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1940
:1
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
i CONGREGATION
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
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+Jewistncridian
CONGREGATION
JACOB JOSEPH
PAGE THREE
1548 S. W. Third Str.et
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabb
Rabbi's Reaidenca:
19 South West 13th Court
Phona 3-5192
!
Schedule of Serrice*
Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45
p m.
Friday evening services: 5:30
I' in
abbes: 9:00 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. ni.
Shalush Slides: 5:15 p m.
Wathington Avenue and Third I
iincc5r"1, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHLLOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Can'or
Phone 52013
945 Euelid Avenue
I
SISTERHOOD
I The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center
held the first meeting of the
Winter season on Tuesday, Otto-
jber 22 in the Center at Euclid
| avenue and Fourteenth Place.
The Sisterhood extends an in-
vitation to all the women in the
community to join with them.
BEACH MIZRACHI
HEARS RABBI
YOM-TOV NOTES
II.>li lay services will be held
v. In sday night at t>:0i) o'clock
I on Thursday and Friday
1 0 o'clock.
MEMORY SERVICE
ii s will I held on
s reth Thursdaj n
: 30 o'clock. Pn ce
Rabbi Ke In r will
Li Marche I
SIMCHAS TOR AH
Torah s i
t 6:30 p
A .'i the i'..
: i -
for all child]
who
si :.: Thi festive c< I-
i
Congi
I all who will come
i us this ji
TALMUD TORAH
will comm
<> : 8 and all .
I to n i
houl faiL The
list of chil
Silver.
S Bi rnie Ros S vart
Go In -.. Rich-
. Bei k m
Sarah May Gelt-
artz, Allen J i
n Murray Lissi n,
MAZEL TOV
rely pleased to ex-
' hearty congratulations
Ray U. Schochet on her
ment and wish her
i her dear ones all the joy and

WELCOME HOME
' greet with pleasure our
dear sister Mrs. Philip Berkowitz
' return from the hospital
-ray for her speedy and
' te recovery. We are also
glad to register grateful thanks
and Mrs. Berkowitz for
timely and beautiful dona-
'",! to our new shul. the gorg-
new poreches, covers and
telach,
REFUO SHLEMO
Pray for the complete and
S|.....'> recovery f our dear
Is, Mrs. Louis Block. Mrs.
Louis Silverman and little Mich-
monhoff. May the merciful
end them healing and re-
covery from their illness and
Pain.
Rabbi M. Finkel, recently ar-
rived from Palestine, son of the
holiday services famou8 d,.an f Yeshiva at
day, rhursday and Friday eve- at the opening meeting of the
at ,., ,.,lock; Thursday men and womegndiv2s of S
Mamches w", I';,"' Cam0r Mi8mi Beach Mizrachi Sndy
Mamches will chant he service. nif,,. He presented a wonder-
%" ';:","-":! W!" S,'":,K '"- f>" P^ure of the work of the
fore he Y.zkor service Thursday Mj2rachi in the defense and con
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(ttlami'a Pioneer Conirexailon)
TEMPLE ISRAEL
_______
135 N. W. Third Avenua
MAX SMAPIKO, RaDOl
498 S. W. 1th Road
Office Phone 2.1473
Home Phone 2-217*
JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor
300 N. W 16th Avenui
Phone 2 0(28

morning on "Solemn Assembly."
Mi men., i si rvices will be held
Thursday at 10:00 a. m. in the
new ..,i_v
S hass T ii il.....:
I
Refi
struction of Pi
times,
Ri ports on funds raised by
divisions during the sum-
mi r i | y \;r
A Ki sti in and Mrs. M.
r the m

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 1U3U a. m.
Late Friday Evening
Services 8:15 p.m.
137 N. E. 19th Mreet
Office Phone 2-7745
JRABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive0-1266
I Miami Beach I
j RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN j
530 N. E. 31et St.2-9546
| Miami |
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
I the congregation.'-Hillel.
Wednesday evening. October
23 at 8:15 o'clock the combined
service of the Succoth Festival
and Rejoicing With the Law will
be observed with officers and
ibers ol the board of Temple
Israel lea.Una in the Torah p
Sisterhood Mee t ings Third SM"M Children of the relig-
HOLIDAY EXCUSES
i I
Wednesday of Month.
S'JCCOS CELEBRATION
bus school presenl will pj
young i
V Ml receive di -
: ri frei I m nts ai
will
Serve
public h
tl :
rabbi. Nol
...
'day.
BAR M1T2VAH
M .. ;
retsky,
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.

SUNDAY SESSIONS
children
w i 11 I S i
ill .. ::: i '.,: .' .; .:' I I
bring their children tins

tration iss entry.
year'.- ti
elude Miss Leah S
Betty Smith, Miss Eva
,: O

' ites
nexl which v..
Su or 9
ublic is
tal Induction i
this Sundi j n
at tl new sj
. a wt'l-
id will pr
ture of the work of in
Manj
tl
" B. Frank.
congi
B 11 Londi n, pri sidt nt of
I, and A. I. M
iupenntendi ..; of the
Malvina Weiss, long con-
I Sei

day mornii
R
Death!
s

I to bring their
Ir n with thi
! at which
hi S terhood
ivdv- imenl to all
Pi the "Hakofos" the
Rabbi will
Mosi It is
..IW."
liin and Ri
man.
SUCCOTH MEMORIAL
SERVICE
Thurs
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would
'" th i and par::
ing in 1
If sufficient adults w ill
the 10:30
Rabl
: I complete the ser
Weai I tl requirements i
S ...... Mes-

Isador Mac)
Level lich, and Jean
Seitlin for I rei work
i
; rving splendid
:iu nts. .May th A l
Miss Beulah Su irman, Mi the SChool, will
Harriet Gottesman. Miss Jose- speak on -Jewish Education and
phine Raxin, Cantor Maurice Citizenship." Songs will be sung
Mamches and Miss Sonia Shpall. Dy ,>,, school glee club, and the
Mr. Irving Genet and Mr Rob- synagogue holiday choir. Ke-
en K, nt will teach the first two freshments will be served to the
years of our high school course school children, and prizes and
Children are taken as young awards distributed.

TALMUD TORAH
Th, all term of 1
1 :! b jin M
n. O bei 28th I
V w cun ii has b<
t thi requirements
child. Should you hav
lie such :
\ CIS.''
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Close to 200 have i g
at our Sunday School r
indicating a total r gi iti .. oi
approximately 300 this year. It
is gratifying to note that the
: lat ive to distance
lea i communi-
h tl R ibbi.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
The of the late Fri-
day i vi ning series for the ninth
consecutive year will begin Fri-
as 4' j years ol age. Our high
|school will accept students until
the age of it.
HABANOTH THANKS
The public is welcome.
BEACH HABANOTH
The Habanoth of Miami Bi ai i
celebrated the opening of their
The congregation wishes to i x- fourth year with a party in the
press its gratitude to the Beach Succah on Sunday. Choi Ha-
Habanoth for helping in the ^\^- y\,,vU\ An interesting program
orations of the Succah
CONGRATULATIONS
A hearty Mazul Tov to Mr. and
Mrs. Berele Kelemer on the
birth of a baby boy May they
of recitations and exposition of
the holiday of songs and tab-
leaux was pre.-, nted. Refresh-
ments were served by the girls.
The next meeting of th Ha-
For the Finast in
STRICTLY KOSHER
Meats & Poultry
PHONE 2-4994
MALEK'S
1832 S W. Eighth St.
bring him up L'Torah L'Chuppah banoth will be held at the home
ul'Massim Tovim in happiness Mrs. M. Mescheloff, 711 Len-
and health. j0x ovenue, Wednesday night at
INDUCTION CEREMONY 7:00 o'clock. Girls between the
In the belief that we should |ages 0f 12 and 15 are invited lo
celebrate a child's entrance upon be present
a life of Jewish study even more
than his "graduation'" or 'con-
firmation'' the Beth Jacob Re-
ligious School will present its
PJWiUST BROS RY%
Se.ison's Greetings
DEXTER'S ROLLER
SKATING RINK
3001 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 37542
greater per cent of thi students day evening, November l. at
are children of the members of 8:15. A large mixed choii of
Beth David. We are indeed ap- male and female voices under the
prciative of the interest shown leadership of Cantor Joseph Ma-
new parents who .".ave affil- lek will enhance these services
iated with our Congregation in throughout the season. Show your
weeks Over 2()ii children allegiance to the Faith of Israel
participated in our Succos cele- by attending with your family
bration this past Sunday, becom- this service every week. Ser-
sufficiently inspired to begin mons by the Rabbi and distin-
their regular class,.-, this Sunday guished guests pertaining to dif-
Imorning. We implore parents to fen nt phases of Jewish life will
brin^ their childn n on time, oth- be discussed from the pulpit. Rc-
erwise the children will not be member the first service. Friday
permitted into their classes for'evening, November 1. at 8:15
that morning but will comprise SISTERHOOD MEETING
separate group entirely. Classes An important board and regu-
will not be disturbed after the lar meeting of the members of
bell which is sounded promptly I Beth David Sisterhood will lake
ai 10 o'clock. Cooperation on I place Wednesday afternoon, Oc-
the part of th.' parents will help tober 30th at 2 o'clock at the
,us to carry out our complete pro- Beth David Talmud Torah Mat-
igram for the coming year. ters of importance will be dis-
JUNIOR CONGREGATION cussed, and election of first vice
Once again a Junior Congrega- 'president will take place We
tion of Beth David will begin its will have as guest speaker Mr
seasonal activities for the sev- j Isaac Joffe. executive director of
enth consecutive year with ser- the Jewish Federation. Mrs. Isa-
vices this coming Saturday morn-j dor Fine, president, urges all
ing at 10:30. Would that parents I members and friends to attend



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VOLUME 13
NUMBER 43
PLAIN TALK
TRUMPETS
Br ai si
FRANCE'S ANTI-JEWISH LAW
Jewish emancipation in France, exactly 150 years old. was
annulled last week when the Petain government introduced
for France laws similar to Germany's.
Had it not been for the war. the Jews of France would have
celebrated this year the 150th anniversary of their liberation,
just as the French nation would have celebrated last year the
anniversary of the French Revolution.
But the traditions of the French Revolution are now a mat-
ter of the past in the "new" France. The Petain government
has turned the clock back 150 years, and with it has reduced
the Jews to second-class citizensat least until the time when
the democratic world defeats Hitler and brings about the au-
tomatic downfall of the present pro-Hitler French regime.
The apologetic statement which the French government;
has issued parallel with the publication of the laws rescinding
Jewish rights, shows the guilty conscience which the authors
of those laws have. No other step could have done as much
damage to French prestige as the following in Hitler's anti-Jew- ,
ish footsteps. No other action could have branded the Petain
regime so directly as pro-Hitlerite as the cancellation of Jewish
rights of which France was so proud.
Affected by the French anti-Jewish laws are not only the
French Jews but also foreign Jews residing in France. For
years a country open to all exiled and persecuted, France was
the asylum for about 150,000 foreign Jews, the majority of them
from Poland, Rumania, Hungary and stateless Jews. Now all
those Jews will, under the new law, be placed in French con-
centration camps.
The establishment of concentration camps for foreign Jews
is a step which has so far not been made even by Hitler's
Germany. Whatever the apologetic statements of the Petain
government say, they will not blot out the shame which the
anti-Jewish policy of the present French leaders has brought
upon France. As for the Jews outside of France, their only
consolation is that the people in France are not behind their
government.
FEDERATION NOTES

by ISAAC JOFFE
Executive Director
One of the most interesting
meetings of the budget commit-
tee was held in the form of a
dinner meeting on Tuesday eve-
ning. October 22. which was ad-
dressed by Mr. Henry Montor
of New York City, executive
vice chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Mr. Montor, in a stirring and
thought-provoking address, out-
lined in detail the work being
done at this very moment by the
agencies included in the United
Jewish Appeal, namely. Joint
Distribution Committee. United
Palestine Appeal, and National
Refugee Service. He pointed out
that the question of the hour was
not whether or not it was possi-
ble to bring assistance to our
stricken brethren overseas (that
is definitely being accomplished
even in German controlled ter-
ritory) but how much more
money is needed and should be
raised by American Jewry for
overseas needs.
His remarks were greeted with
I enthusiastic response, and the
'committee voted unanimously
;for an increased allocation to
United Jewish Appeal from the
forthcoming 1941 campaign.
The meeting was also addresses
(by Mr. Aron B. Tart of New York
City, on behalf of the American
'Ort Federation, who described
the work done by ORT in re-
training Jewish youth in Europe
,for work in trades and agricul-
ture. The ORT is one of the
beneficiary agencies of the Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
At a recent meeting of the ex-
ecutive committee, it was an-
nounced by Mr. M. J. Kopelowitz.
chairman of the 1941 campaign
committee, that the date for the
campaign has been set for the
ten day period commencing Jan-
uary 5. 1941, and that campaign
headquarters have been secured
at the Hotel Alcazar. He further
-tat, d that, immediately follow-
ing the board of directors' meet-
ing on November 7. at which time
the goal for the 1941 campaign
will be announced, definite plans
for the campaign will be an-
nounced.
In our temple on Rosh Hash-
onah we had trumpet music.
This followed and supplemented
the blowing of the shofar.
It was something brave and
stirring. Everybody's head turned
to look up to the choir's balcony
as if to discover the source of
these strange and beautiful voices
in Israel.
The voice of Israel had been a
lamentation; these new voices
were a valorous challenge. I
myself could feel that being a
Jew might be more than a sitting
in sack cloth and ashes. I felt
that I. a Jew. should be going
places. I was vaguely aware of
some new Sinai to be ascended.
Some one said to me after-
ward: "For the moment I felt
as if being a Jew had to do with
something like a crusade."
(Though I suppose crusade
isn't the word he should have
used, considering its remote his-
toric connotations.)
But that's what one could feel
in the brave summoning of the
trumpets. Being a Jew had be-
come largely a pain; tins was a
joyous call to get up and walk
and be courageous.
To tell the truth. 1 have been
giving myself to some heretical
thoughts on the matter of I I ing
a Jew. At my ago 1 should have
it all definitely settled for good
and fold my hands and wait for
the reward that is in store for
the pious.
A fellow as old as I (though
I am not really as old as I make
out) shouldn't have a doubt. Yet
tragic and bewildering events
make sophomores of old hands
at being Jewish who thought they
were graduated long ago.
There have been moments, in-
deed, when I have petulantly-
said that I am tired of being
Jewish. Not that I have thought
of being anything else; I was
just tired. Tired of being the
I whipped boy. tired of pain, tired
| of reading that I am a pariah
; about whom something must be
I done, tired of being forever on
;the defensive, tired of meetings
in which we brood and talk about
our problems, tired of answering
defamers who are like people
who might ask whether 1 beat
my wife and how ofteVi.
I didn't know what to do
about my being tired. I couldn't
run away from what I was. even
if I wanted to. If being a Jew
is a racial identity. I couldn't
change that. I couldn't, for ex-
ample, be a Scotchman instead
iof a Jew. If being Jewish is only
la religious identity. I couldn't
'escape the Jewish pain by being
,something else religiouslyA
|Christian, a Mohammedan or a
I Buddhist.
So I have just sat with folded
hands and have kept on being
a Jew in the only ways that
Judaism is being practiced in
these timesin lamentations, in
having meetings to denounce de-
famers, in giving as generously
as I am able to the various drives.
in dutifully going to synagogue
on some of the holidays
It was in this mood that I W( nt
to the Rosh Hashonah service.
I folded my hands and thought
rebelliously on the whole matter
of being Jewish: What for? Why
do I keep this up? Is my being
Jewish very important?
The trumpets seemed finally
to give the answers. I must con-
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BIRON)
WAR ECHOES
Consolation: One thing the
Germans didn't find in Holland
when they marched in was the
immense store of diamonds for
which the Netherlands have long
been famous ... It wasn't en-
gagement rings that the Nazis
wanted these diamonds for .
It seems the gems are an essen-
tial material in the manufacture
of airplane motors Pierre
Laval, the man whom the Petain-
paid press agents herald as the
savior of France, needs two Ges-
tapo bodygards to protect him
from the "love" of his own coun-
trymen Vichy-washy is what
Broadway calls the French gov-
ernment nowadays All of
which reminds us that one of the
most objectionable books written
on the fall of France is the one
by Rene de Chambrun. entitled
"I Saw France Fall" ... In case
you've forgotten. Reno is the son-
in-law of Laval, and shares his
father-in-law's prejudices about
democracy The British War
Office isn't very happy today
about having rejected the Jewish
offer of a Palestine army of 100.-
000 at the beginning of the war.
. If Britain had a well-
equipped army of 100.000 in the
Near East today the prospects
cf the coming battle for the Suez
canal would look better for her.
LISTEN HERE
With the arrival of Franz Wer-
fel and Hoinnch Mann on our
: B the most important of the
intellectual anti-Nazi rebels have
escaped the Gestapo in France.
. But they themselves don't
know how close a shave they
hadbecause within the next
few weeks the Petain govern-
ment will decide to transfer all
the I anti-Nazi refugees to the
Nazi-occupied area of Europe.
. We wonder whether you not-
ed Lion Feuchtwanger's tragic
comment on his experiences in
France Said the diminutive
German Jewish novelist: "The
French put me in a concentration
camp because I was German,
while British planes were flying
over Germany dropping propa-
ganda leaflets quoting passages
from my anti-Nazi book No
wonder France collapsed .
Why doesn't one of the Jewish
organizations take up Joe Brain-
in's suggestion for a Jewish
Blood Legion' The idea being
to organize thousands of young
Jews to donate their blood,
through the American Red Cross,
for transfusions to those injured
by Nazi raiders in the British
Isles ... In case you didn't know-
it. the Red Cross is looking for
blood to he shipped to England
for that purpose.
COMMENTARY
We're grateful to Winchell for
the warning that at 341 Madison
Avenue. New York, are located
the luxurious offices of a so-
called news service The per-
son in charge is a Dr. Manfred
Zapp. a trusted agent of Herr
Goebbels His job is to spread
Nazi thinking among the Ger-
man language newspapers in this
country And the FBI might
look into the report that Dr.
Zapp and his staff are equipped
with their own short-wave radio
station, to contact Berlin
Aside to Danton Walker: Some-
body is trying to pull your leg
about Ribbentrop and Hess being
on their way out. we fear .
The Rome-Berlin-Tokio pact has
installed Herr Ribbentrop as a
stronger man than Bismarck ever
was in the reich ... As for Hess.
he's still Adolf's shadow wher-
ever the Fuehrer goes.
WE'RE TELLING YOU
Don't let anybody tell you that
there is a racial or religious issue
in the present presidential cam-
paign Our researches have
convinced us that in the Jewish
community the 4 division into
Willkie and Roosevelt camps
falls along the same economic
lines as among the non-Jewish
voters Don't be taken m hj
an organization called "Mobili-
zation for American Needs" .
It's headed by John Henry Pey-
ton, who's the fellow who once
called himself "California's Juli-
us Streicher" Now he's
tinuing his hate-spreading activi-
ties under a new label w
note that among the thin.
families named by the SEC
In ing in control of billions
dollars' worth of securities there
isn't a single one that even Hit-
ler wouldn't consider a hundn I
pi r cent Aryan.
ITEMS OF NOTE
It now seems that the real rea-
son why Father Coughlin stopped
his broadcasting was not that he
couldn't find any radio stations
willing to take him on. but be-
cause his ecclesiastic superiors
told him to lay off Nobody
j denies any longer that George
Sylvester Viereck is a paid Nazi
(propagandist Yet Boake Car
iter. of radio fame, goes out of
his way to defend George, in the
name of free speech Note to
| Bund members: Der Adolf has
issued a call for half a million
loyal Nazis to come "home to
the Reich" to help him win the
war by joining his labor front.
. Well. boys, what are you
waiting for?
LITERARY NEWS
The book reviewers seem afraid
to tackle Maurice Samuel's "The
Great Hatred," which came out
just recently ... Is it because
Samuel's interpretation of anti-
Semitism knocks the Pollyanna
good-will movements into a
cocked hat? The battle around
Shalom Asch's "The Nazarene" is
still going on behind the closed
doors of the Forward Associa-
tion, the body which controls the
Jewish Daily Forward Abe
Cahan. editor and boss of the
Jewish Socialist daily, is trying
to oust Asch entirely from the
paper because of what he. Ca-
han. calls Asch's "un-Jewish
book" ... To the Palestine Pa-
vilion at the World's Fair will
go the record for the participa
tion of distinguished litertry
figures in its functions
Thomas Mann laid the corner-
stone of the Pavilion. Albirt Ein-
stein and Emil Ludwig opened
it and Lion Feuchtwanger. at a
special function, closed it
This reminds us to tell you
like the Palestine exhibit, the
Polish Pavilion at the Far
is trying to sell its exhibit ma-
terial to private individuals
So what list do you think they
used to circularize as prospective
customers? You guessed it
the Jewish Who's Who
ABOUT PEOPLE
Have you seen "Haven," the
new book by Ludwig and Edna
Lewisohn? It's an intimate
diary of the famous literary cou
pie, and will convince many
Lewisohn's admirers that the
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THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
press done him wrong in his re-
cent matrimonial difficulties .
Max Band, the Jewish painter
fine spirit of basketball. Several from France, who's now in this
games have already been held. !country, is going to have an inl-
and the following is the schedule portant exhibition of his work on
for the next few weeks: Oct. 21. 'the Coast in December Mau-
Reds against Blacks; Oct. 28. Irice Bergman is entering on a
Reds against Blues; Oct. 30. Blues jnew phase of his motion picture
against Blacks We urge every- .career .Beginning with Decem-
Iparticipate in a wholesome sport.
Admission is free.
BOWLING
A special breakfast meeting of
the membership campaign com-
mittee was held at the Y last
Sunday morning. Mr. Joseph A.
Berman, chairman of the com-
mittee, presided. Details of the .
campaign were discussed, and I""0 Cm *? th following committees were ,men,,onc,d and see these fine boys department of Twentieth Cen-
turyone of the most important
advertising jobs in the film in-
dustry Latest Broadway chat-
ter is that Libby Holman. the
Jack Apt,., manager of the blues singer, is going in for op-
bowling league, reports keen in- Lratic training in a big way .
tcrest among the members in | Fannie Brice has entered on a
this fine sport. This group meets new roie, that of mother-in-law.
every Sunday afternoon at 1
o'clock at the Miami Recreation
Alleys. To date over 50 men wood,
have registered and played every
Sunday afternoon.
B'nai B'rith
Notes
By HAROLD TURK
the
appointed: Publicity Fred K.
it. Harry Schwartz. Mrs.
Cecil Tannenbaum. Mrs. Charles
Feldman, Mrs. Ann Jacobs.
Functions Mr. Murry Gross-
man. Miss Irene Cohen. Mrs. Ann
: man, Miss Bea Merlin.
Margaret Horowitz. Tele-
Mrs. Ann Lieberman.
Ann Jacobs. Mrs. Cecil Tan-
.im. Mrs. Charles Feldman.
functions for the member-
drive week are being
d new. and details will be
in later issues.
ry unique radio program
broadcast Sunday after-
at .'( o'clock ov r wioi)
the courtesy of the Rab-
Association we arc priv-
to have tins hour to in-
Ihe community in general
tivities and of our cam-
Mr. Joseph A. Berman.
of the campaign com-
and Mr. Manner Gross-
rill be in charge of the pro-
Our B'nai B'rith Succoth Dance jshoes, and prepare yourself for
will be held Sunday evening, the best Sunday afternoon you
October 27th. at 8:30 p. m. We have spent since the last golf
were fortunate in being permit- tournament,
ted to hold it in the spacious
and lovely gardens of the Helene I don't know that it would be
Hotel. 15th street and Michigan I of any personal interest to the
avenue. Miami Beach. j members of the Lodge to know
This B'nai B'rith Social is to tnai the status of your columnist
be in the form of a Succoth party
and in celebration of that Holi-
has changed recently to that of
a father, but in order to get my-
iday Many of you can come se'f >n right with my daughter,
and celebrate the first harvest Miss Cornelia W. Turk. I make
. Her daughter recently mar-
ried editor Ray Stark of Holly-
Y-ETTES
iness meeting. Mrs Victor M, II
will review the book "The Fire
Mrs Pearl Reisman, sponsor i'lu' llu' Wood," by R. C. Hutch,
of this fine group of girls, an- inson Nbv 6, Wednesday 8:30
nounces that an installation ban- P' "' music appreciation group
quet and entertainment of this meets at the Y under the
group will be held on Sunday """ of Mrs, P. 11 Feldman. Nov.
evening, November 17 at the V :'' Sunday, 8 p, m., Man Jongg
Tickets are only 50c. Please Iand card PartJr for men and w-
Kof tourists) and pray that they
be plentiful.
Your committee in chargi i (
i the affair has arranged for an
i unusual evening of entertain-
ment in beautiful surroundings.
There will be plenty of refresh-
ments, and I am sure that you
I Will Kave the affair full of
spirit (s)! Harold Turk, chair-
man of the committee, has ap-
pointed Brother Walter C
ner as general assistant: Br
this public announcement .
Wife and daughter are doing
fine, and Cornelia promised to
marry only a paid-up member of
B'nai B'rith Add other recent
daddies Brothers Abe Mazor.
Leo Chaikin, and Isadore Zuk-
ernick ... all girls is the score
except for little Master Chaikin.
make your reservations soon
men, at the V. No admission
The feature of this event a new group of men and women
the fact that members of ranging from the ages of 18 to 24
Mrs. Stanley C Myers will be charge. Please bring your friends.
th< ii officer WEEKLY ACTIVITIES Y. W.
TOP HATTERS '"" ''Drarv wi!1 De Pen
Wednesday 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. for
Maurice Grossman, executive aduUs Tlu.S(lav 3 ,,, 5 m 1(.
director of the Y. announces that children. Miss
Frances ( I
bi rg, librarian,
/ ifferent divisions will out-1have organized a social group Bowling ?ach M,"nda>- 8:30 >
t activities to the radio known as the Top Hatters. This lm" at the Ml'mn 1;'ir<'al'n A1"
e, and make an appeal group will take in members of Uv*l ,**, Mlami_A?emJ
membership. Besides Mr. the Y between the ages above
Berman and Mr. Grossman, the
following will participate in the
program: Y. M. H. A.. Dr. Samuel
Beckman; Y. W. H. A.. Miss Irene
Cohen: Juniors, Leroy Feldman;
Y-Ettes, Rita Futerfas; Boy
Scouts. Paul Safer; Girl Scouts.
Irene Jacobs; Home Camp, May-
er Greenberg; Federation, M. J.
Kopelowltz; and a piano duet by
Mona and Eddie Pastroff of our
Home Camp. We urge everyone
to listen in on this program.
BASKETBALL
As previously announced, an
intramural basketball league has
been formed by Mickey Lubel,
athletic director of the Y. This
is composed of about 48 men who
Calisthenics each Monday
through Friday 10-11 a. m., also
Tuesday e%fenings at 8 o'clock.
Red Cross knitting at the Y.
Contact Mrs. Joseph Schaffer,
3-9151.
Red Cross surgical dressing at
Richards Department Store ev-
Dr. Sidney Cassell. dramatic j cry day. Contact Mrs. L. Kot-
coach of the Y, announces that kin, 3-5670.
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is being sought of
Jack Samuels who has been liv-
Burnett Both and Fred Shochet. Iin8 apart from his family for the
publicity; James Leonard and ral years and has made
Dave Emmer, arrai effort to contribute to their
Rudy Adler. refreshments; an '" as ar which his
Al B :.. and two minor children are
ciency expert We I Bi th- '" destitute circumstances and
er Berkeley boi 00. dependent on the local chanties,
when we selected him I idle Mr. Samuels, who is believed to
the $75.00 involved. in Florida, is 48 years of age,
All you c admission is ;1 native ,,f Pola"d' 5 10', in.
a paid up B'nai B'rith member- f*11' w"hs l9 Pounds, has
Ship card pay up now and hr"w halr' brown eve* ;' US.
take advantage of this swell |*che' >;_- etcher hy^ occupa-
dance. Bring your wives and
you bachelors bring your girl
friends. Paid up members of
mentioned. Qualification for mem-
bership besides the ages above [
mentioned is a paid up member-
ship card in one of the Y di- i
visions.
DRAMATICS CLUB
casting has already begun for two
one-act plays, which will be held
very shortly. There are a few
openings for male characters. All
interested communicate with Dr.
Cassell any Tuesday night at the
Y.
WOMEN'S DIVISION
The following is a list of ac-
tivities for the balance of Octo-
ber and November: Oct. 30, Wed-
come here nightly to practice the nesday. 8:30 p. m., general bus-
Red Cross course in nursing ev-
ery Tuesday 9:30 a. m. at the Y.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman.
Arts and Crafts every Wed-
nesday 2 p. m. at the Y. Mrs.
Leon Lieberman, chairman.
NOTICE
On account of the Holidays
the "Y" building will be closed
from Wednesday, October 23, 5
p. m., to Saturday, October 26. 7
p. m.
the Ladies Auxiliary are also
invited Don't forget the time
and placeif you want any addi-
tional information, call me or our
secretary. Miss Roth, at 2-1388.

Our much awaited golf tourn-
ament is to be held Sunday. No-
vember 3rd, at 1 p. m. at the
Miami Springs Golf Course.
Brothers Max Goldstein and
Marty Goldstein, who are in
charge of the tournament, have
advised me that a regular pro-
gram has been arranged includ-
ing a buffet dinner after the
tournament. There will be prizes
of every kind and nature, and
fun galore.
Start shining up those clubs
and cleaning up those golf
tion. Anyone aware of his lo-
cation is requested to commun-
icate with the National Deser-
tion Bureau. 67 West 47th street.
New York City.
Season's Greetings
1 FIVE POINT
1 SERVICE STATION
1 36M S W. Sth St. Ph. 4.J200
Season'i Greetings
AFRO AMERICAN
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Stafford G. Dames. Mgr.
840 N. W. 3rd Avs. Ph.. 2-3515



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DISTRIBUTOR
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PHONE 2624
Sarasota. Florida
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Corner Main Street and
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ICE COMPANY
Lemon and 12th
PHONE 2237
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THE CLEANER
"Service With a Smile"
530 Main Phone 2678
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from
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PERMANENT
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WAVING
Ph. 6289
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REFRIGERATION
SERVICE
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PHONE 2720
Sarasota. Florida
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from
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WAVING SHOP
"FOR WOMEN WHO CARE"
Louise Wallace. Owner
229 Main Phone 2730
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SUCCOTH THEME
LODGE AFFAIR
Sholcm Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will hold a Succoth Dance in the
gardens of the Helene Hotel,
1030 15th St.. Miami Beach. Sun-
day. Oct. 27 at 8:30 p. m. A gala
holiday program will be pre-
sented and appropriate refresh-
ments will be served with deco-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5i
Zwitman and services will be
conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kap
Ian.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening. October 25 at
8:15 o'clock a sermon, 'The In-
rations conforming to the occas- 'fiucnce of Genesis on European
ion. Harold Turk is chairman of .philosophy." will be deliver,.. 1 b\
the affair and admission will re- Dr jacoi, ft Kaplan, and i
quire paid up membership cards vices wi|I be conducted 1)v
of the Lodge or the Auxiliary.
WEIL INSTALLED
AS LODGE HEAD
Professor Joseph Weil. Dean
Colman A. Zwitman.
HEBREW CLASSES
Members of the Temple are
urged to register their ci..
at the daily Hebrew classes
ducted by Mr. David Freedman.
of School of Engineering at the : Mr. Freedman is rocogni,-
University of Florida and pres- jone of the outstanding H
ent president <>f State Society of pedagogues in the south an
Engineers of the State of Flor- 'charge of the Hebrew class
ida. was installed as president <>f jour Temple on Mondays
the Gainesville B'nai B'nai Lodge Wednesdays,
at a well attended meeting last
Iweek with many prominent Btate
and local officials in attendance.
SISTERHOOD MEETING
NOV. 4
Members of Temple Israel Sis.
SEASONS GREETINGS
Every Banking Facility
Courteously Rendered
Sarasota State Bank
DEPOSITS INSURED
Federr.l Deposit Insurance
Corporation
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ELECTRIC SERVICE
120 Lemon Avenue
Sarasota. Florida
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ii PHONE 2771
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FRANK
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' : -r M '. _
Professor Weil has been extreme- terhood are advised to set
ly active in B'nai B'rith and Stu- the first Monday of each
dent Unum Work for a number J as a day for cultural and
pleasure Both of these '
are present in the montl
terhood meetings. The pr
of our Sisterhood, Mrs
Stew r, belii cs in an x\
i f th% mi : i. and in in i
the length of the cultura
The next Sist rhood n
will ; lace on, Mondi
4th at 2:00 p m.
IN W IMORIAM
A' tl Frid ;.'- b< rvi
The Council J
Woi Miami
mniitl
y, Ocl th at 10:30
a m al the C iuncil office, al
; tim mi mbership
their p] u
nt j T eering 11
. of the i resi- i halh wi d:
dent, three vice-presidents, a Yahra
W
Harry
>. S
. under discus- Mand i Warner, father i
.ular monthly I >ard Ri e Adler; Joseph 1.
lentarian, at i i v.'. .
i Warn, r. fathi i i
\
I on Wed- 11 rothi r of Mr Max W .
y. October at 10:1 0 a, ham W
m. at the Y. W. C. A. and Frank i
YOUR
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Phone 2633 122 S. Links Ave.
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from
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PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
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fWM 'tun (men
OrW mm, today!
AM. IIVERIGHT
PUBLISHED BT THE CHICAGO JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
AND TIE B'NAI B'RITH VOCATIONAL SERVICE BUREAU
NEW GUIDE TO JOB-HUNTING FOR JEWS IS PUBLISHED
This is a photo of the cover page of the 32-page brochure of "do's
and don t for the Jewish job-seekers just published by the B'nai
,e YocaHona,1 Service Bureau and the Chicago Jewish Vocation-
al Service In the insot to the left is A. A. Liverright. director of the
Chicago Jewish Vocational Service, who prepared the pamphlet.


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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1940
FRENCH WHIPS
STOP 10 YACHTS
Marseilles ( WN S)Two pri-
vately-owned yachts, bound for
| with 72 passengers, in-
.: many Jewish refugees,
,:. n.reepted by French pa-
trol ships, it was learned. Both
vail.:- wt're brought back to
Pranci by French warships.
An inquiry was launched im-
. v by local French of-
ficials to determine whether
,.< ;i secret organization
,, ,1 Jews to escape from
Officials held all pas-
until completion of the
( ition.
On- i the yachts, the Fantome,
g 22 passengers, was re-
lo France after a long
a French minesweeper,
it v... :. ported. The yacht made
to resist the warships,
the passengers aboard
Mir were Jews who said
had paid $500 each for
to England.
a incement of anti-Jewish
decrees by the Petain govern-
ed still further anti-Jew-
ition expected momen-
has resulted in attempts
French Jews to leave
try.
*Jewist noridiat/n
JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
RESTRICTIONS ARE
TIGHTENED BY NAZIS
t iWNS)The virtual
occupation of Rumania
pi has resulted in a
. f anti-Jewish restric-
-i^hout the country, it
. rted here.
Al iracal, near the Denube
, : Giurgiu, two uniformed
With the aim of increasing the
national membership of Junior
Hadassah the Young Women's
Zionist Organization of America
to 25,000, the Miami Unit will
begin the local campaign on Oc-
tober 27. with a membership
garden party to be held at the
Strath Haven Hotel. 411 Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach, at 300 p. m.
Mrs. Harry S. Breskin, mem-
bership chairman, will be ably
assisted by her co-chairmen. Mrs.
Irving Querido and Miss Hanna
Mack. The reception committee
consists of the Misses Jean Led-
erhar, Ruth Goodstein, Carol
Levitt. Rhea Epstein. Rose
Puchkoff, Cymie Silver. Bea and
Ida Gottfurcht. Estelle Blosberg,
Anita Bernstein and Kosalyn
Klein.
A musical comedy entitled
"Hadassah Highlights" will be
presented with a east of forty
girls, the leads to be played by
Miss Helen Pollack and .Miss
Hanna Mack, assisted by a not-
able cast <>!' singers and dancers.
This gathering will be the
launching of a membership cam-
paign with elaborate plans for
rallies and parties to recruit a
record breaking membership for
the Miami Unit.
Refreshments will be served
and all are invited to attend.
FRDNTIST PUCES
T
i New York (W N S)Captain
jJohn T. Sprout, Jr., one of the
| Christian Frontists tried several
months ago on charges of plot-
ting to overthrow the United
States Government, faces trial by
a general court martial of the
National Guard, it was disclosed
here
Captain Prout was transferred
from the 165th Infantry, the old
['Fighting 69th." several days be-
fore the regiment became a part
I of the United States Army. The
nature of the charges facing
Captain Prout was not disclosed
| although it was admitted that the
g< neral military court deals with
the more serious offenses.
Captain Prout was acquitted
by a Brooklyn jury on the charge
that he plotted to overthrow
the government with other de-
fendants, but the jury failed to
agree as to his guilt on a charge
of stealing munitions from the
ent's armory for the use of
the Christian Front defendants.
[ U'..!!
Season'* Qreetingi
A. T. ADAMS
I ELECTRIC COMPANY
:6C N. W. 15th Street
PHONE 4 5504
I Iron Guardists weri posted out-
side each Jewish shop, prevent-
ing shoppers from i ntering, In
Other cities, Jewish shopkeepers
were compelled to display iden-
tifying posters on their windows
as a precaution to the invading
Nazi soldiers
At the same time it was learned
that the Rumanian Education
Ministry has instructed "Aryan"
students to purchase books only
from non-Jewish shops and
I warned Gentile authors not to ac-
cept contracts from Jewish pub-
lishers.
CANADIAN REFUGEES
RETURNTO BRITAIN
London (WNS)Jewish aliens,
most of them refugees from Ger.
many, and other N'a/i-dominatcd
countries, who were sent earlier
In the war to Canada and Aus-
tralia, will be returned to Great
Britain unless they are allowed
to emigrate to other countries, it
was announced by Home Secre-
tary Herbert Morrison.
The Home Secretary told the
House of Commons that neither
Canada nor Australia is pre-
pared to accept the Jewish refu-
gees as immigrants except in ac-
cordance with immigration laws.
BAN IS LIFTED ON
NIGHT TRAVEL
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Season's Greetings to Our Patrons and Friends
MAXWELL HOUSE DINING ROOM
Noted lor Miami' Finest Full Course Dinner'
50 CENTS
2147 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 2-5922
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PURE...JERSEI MILK DA-lRt
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Night-travel restrictions, en-
' forced in Palestine's rural areas
since the beginning of the war.
have been lifted by Licutenant-
General Philip Neame. General
Officer commanding the British
forces in Palestine and Trans-
jordan.
The new regulations will again
enable the majority of the main
towns and principal colonies to
experience free night-time com-
munication with each other, and
will permit the resumption of
hitherto prohibited nocturnal
traffic toward Tel Aviv from the
adjacent colonies.
This easing of the restrictions
will contribute toward the con-
venience and in some respects
safety of Palestine's civilians, and
it is hoped that untoward war
circumstances will not again
make it necessary to enforce
them.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Further heartening evidence
of the British Navy's complete
control of the waters of the Red
Sea despite Italy's desperate at-
tempts to throttle naval paseagc
a the Suez Canal was demon-
strated here when 76 Jewish im-
migrants from Yemen arrived in
Palestine.
Coming all the way from the
southwestern tip of the heel of
the Arabian peninsula boot, the
76 Yemenites safely crossed the
historic Red Sea in the face of
Italian boasts of power over nav-
igation.
PAGE SEVEN
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Season's Greetings
HOMESTEAD
GROCERY CO.
Krome Ave. Phone 15
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Seaon's Greetings
L. C. DODD
RADIO SERVICE
N. Krome Ave. Ph. 634
HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
Season's Greetings
DIXIE DRUG STORE
E. J. POLK
Flagler Phone 30
HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
Season's Greetings
BISHOP & SON
SERVICE STATION
N Krome Ave. Ph. 555.M
HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
Sincere Holiday Greetings
BIRD
CHEVROLET CO.
W. R. BIRD
N. Krome Ave. Ph. 98
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Season's Greetings
HOMESTEAD
FLORAL SHOP
MRS. JANIE McLEAN
N. W. 4th St. Phone 502. M
HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
Season's Greetings
MAX'S
DEPARTMENT
STORE
HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
Season's Greetings
ART'S PAINT SHOP
N. Krome Ave. Ph. 503-W
HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
Season's Greetings
MARKS
DEPARTMENT
STORE
HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
Sincere Holiday Greetings
BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC.
BUILDING MATERIALS AND
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Homestead. Florida
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YOU'LL HEAR TONIGHT^
V1
MILLIONS suffer less from Headache, Acid Indigestion, Distress
of Colds "Morning After" and Muscular Fatigue because they
have heardand believedAlka-Seltzer radio announcements.
To these millions, the relief obtained by the use of Alka-Seltzer
is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from the
broadcasts. _
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to us, are the commercial announcements. Once you have tried
Alka-Seltzer we believe you will agree with us.
But try Alka-Seltzer because It is an unusually effective medi-
cine not because you enjoy the radio programs.
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painrelieving action is made more effective by alkaline buffers.
The alksliring elements in Alka-Seltzer reduce excess stomach
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene-
fit of all organization* in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon
the continued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates
for next week's issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning.
To avoid possibls confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as
possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21 8. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141, which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
BKTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL,
open every week In the year and
Sunday Sessions begin Sunday
morning-. October 20. 1940, ending
Sunday morning May 25th, 1941.
EVERY MONDAY MORNINGTem-
ple Israel Sisterhood Sewlni?
Classes benefit Rod Cross, at Kap*
Ian Hall.
EVERT ICOMDAY EVENINGY. \V.
H. A. bowling games.
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge B'nal B'ritli.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING Y.
W. 11. A. Athletics at Y Clubroome.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
OCTOBER
Miami Section Legislation and
Study Groups at the borne of Mrs.
C. H. Adler.
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
dassah SevviiiK (Jroup from 9 to 4
P. M. at Temple Israel Ventry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON-
S'. W. H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
Li'nai R'rlth bowline games at -Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:30 p. ill.
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wolf*on's
home, 1069 Collins Ave., Miami
Beaob.
tion for Palestine of Greater
:h Jacob Religious School U^^^Uff^^^B^n
Induction Exercises. Dance ana Fair
28Sr. Hadassah Installation 26Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
Brunch in Cromwell Hotel jsn Orthodox Congregation
Gardens. Membership Tea.
30Nat'l. Council Jewish Worn- 27Nat'l. Council Jewish Worn-
London (WNS)A systematic
air raid on a workers' quarter
in London resulted in deaths and
injuries to many Jewish workers
when a bomb scored a direct hit
on an air raid shelter in which
many of the Jews had sought
shelter.
Tenanted for the most part by
poor Jewish workers, the sec-
tion suffered its worst raid since
the beginning of the war. As
dusk fell, signalling the approach
of the Nazi raiders, the occupants
of the modest dwellings filed into
an air raid shelter nearby.
PLAIN TALK
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
fess that it may have been child-
ish in me to have been influenced
by the voice of the trumpets. I
should, at my age. be amenable
rather to the voices of rabbis.
Yet the trumpets moved me as
the voice of no rabbi has in the
recent years.
In the trumpets there was no
sobbing, no sighing bur only a
ringing call to get up out of the
ashes and be a Jew in the sense
of a man who is no beggar for
mercy and justice.
If I have been a sniveler at the
wailing wall the trumpets made
me ashamed. If I have been
doubting whether there is any
in being Jewishbe.
1940
en Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
27Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner
Dance at Hollywood Beach
Hotel.
28Junior Hadassah Annual
Thanksgiving Turkey Trot.
en Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
30Y. W. H. A. General Meet-
ing.
30A. Z. A. Annual Theatre
Party, Miami Chapter.
31Miami Chapter A. Z. A. Mas-
querade Party at old Miami
Jewish Orthodox Synagogue.
NOVEMBER
1And every Friday thereafter
through the month of April,
Nat'l. Council of Jewish Wo-
men Miami Section, general
meeting.
3Workmen's Circle.
10Joint Installation of Jewish
Welfare Bureau and Aux-
iliary.
10Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew- ish Orthodox Congregation,
ish Orthodox Congregation 28Beth Jacob Religious School
Cafeteria Supper. Chanukah Affair.
11M. B. Chapter AZA Theater 29M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh party.
Party. 29Workmen's Circle.
17Workmen's Circle. 29Pioneer Women's Organiza-
23Miami Chapter Women's Di- tion for Palestine of Greater
vision. American Jewish Con- Miami, Chanukah Latkeh
g r e s s Membership Tea. and Card Party.
Cromwell Hotel Patio. 29Beth David Sisterhood Cha-
24Pioneer Women's Organiza- nukah Dinner.
One bomb fell in the middle of ]meaning
the block demolishing several sides its implications of penecu-
homes. A second bomb hit the,tionthose trumpets gave me a
shelter, burying scores of per- feeling that I am the inhabitant
sons under tons of debris. Res- of something much lovelier than
cue squads began digging fever- a charnel house,
ishly in the hope of rescuing I If I were to translate what the
some of the persons trapped in trumpets said I might put it in
the shelter. jthese words:
Though a complete list of cas- | Timid little man! Cowering
ualties was unavailable, it was 'n 'he darkness of his little Corn-
DECEMBER
1Workmen's Circle.
3Miami Chapter Women's Di- ; understood that most of the per- |CT! Little man nursing his pain.
vision. American Jewish Con-
gress Installation Banquet.
4Nat'l. Council Jewish Wom-
en General Meeting 2 p. m.
16Workmen's Circle.
22A. Z. A. Sweetheart Dance.
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>~!" PAGE FOUR *Jewist ncrtdian FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1940 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Entered as second class matter July 4. 1930 at the Post Otice of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS $2.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1940 VOLUME 13 NUMBER 43 PLAIN TALK TRUMPETS Br AI si FRANCE'S ANTI-JEWISH LAW Jewish emancipation in France, exactly 150 years old. was annulled last week when the Petain government introduced for France laws similar to Germany's. Had it not been for the war. the Jews of France would have celebrated this year the 150th anniversary of their liberation, just as the French nation would have celebrated last year the anniversary of the French Revolution. But the traditions of the French Revolution are now a matter of the past in the "new" France. The Petain government has turned the clock back 150 years, and with it has reduced the Jews to second-class citizens—at least until the time when the democratic world defeats Hitler and brings about the automatic downfall of the present pro-Hitler French regime. The apologetic statement which the French government; has issued parallel with the publication of the laws rescinding Jewish rights, shows the guilty conscience which the authors of those laws have. No other step could have done as much damage to French prestige as the following in Hitler's anti-Jew, ish footsteps. No other action could have branded the Petain regime so directly as pro-Hitlerite as the cancellation of Jewish rights of which France was so proud. Affected by the French anti-Jewish laws are not only the French Jews but also foreign Jews residing in France. For years a country open to all exiled and persecuted, France was the asylum for about 150,000 foreign Jews, the majority of them from Poland, Rumania, Hungary and stateless Jews. Now all those Jews will, under the new law, be placed in French concentration camps. The establishment of concentration camps for foreign Jews is a step which has so far not been made even by Hitler's Germany. Whatever the apologetic statements of the Petain government say, they will not blot out the shame which the anti-Jewish policy of the present French leaders has brought upon France. As for the Jews outside of France, their only consolation is that the people in France are not behind their government. FEDERATION NOTES • by ISAAC JOFFE Executive Director One of the most interesting meetings of the budget committee was held in the form of a dinner meeting on Tuesday evening. October 22. which was addressed by Mr. Henry Montor of New York City, executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. Mr. Montor, in a stirring and thought-provoking address, outlined in detail the work being done at this very moment by the agencies included in the United Jewish Appeal, namely. Joint Distribution Committee. United Palestine Appeal, and National Refugee Service. He pointed out that the question of the hour was not whether or not it was possible to bring assistance to our stricken brethren overseas (that is definitely being accomplished even in German controlled territory) but how much more money is needed and should be raised by American Jewry for overseas needs. His remarks were greeted with I enthusiastic response, and the 'committee voted unanimously ;for an increased allocation to United Jewish Appeal from the forthcoming 1941 campaign. The meeting was also addresses ( by Mr. Aron B. Tart of New York %  City, on behalf of the American 'Ort Federation, who described the work done by ORT in retraining Jewish youth in Europe ,for work in trades and agriculture. The ORT is one of the beneficiary agencies of the Miami Jewish Federation. At a recent meeting of the executive committee, it was announced by Mr. M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman of the 1941 campaign committee, that the date for the campaign has been set for the ten day period commencing January 5. 1941, and that campaign headquarters have been secured at the Hotel Alcazar. He further -tat, d that, immediately following the board of directors' meeting on November 7. at which time the goal for the 1941 campaign will be announced, definite plans for the campaign will be announced. In our temple on Rosh Hashonah we had trumpet music. This followed and supplemented the blowing of the shofar. It was something brave and stirring. Everybody's head turned to look up to the choir's balcony as if to discover the source of these strange and beautiful voices in Israel. The voice of Israel had been a lamentation; these new voices were a valorous challenge. I myself could feel that being a Jew might be more than a sitting in sack cloth and ashes. I felt that I. a Jew. should be going places. I was vaguely aware of some new Sinai to be ascended. Some one said to me afterward: "For the moment I felt as if being a Jew had to do with something like a crusade." (Though I suppose crusade isn't the word he should have used, considering its remote historic connotations.) But that's what one could feel in the brave summoning of the trumpets. Being a Jew had become largely a pain; tins was a joyous call to get up and walk and be courageous. To tell the truth. 1 have been giving myself to some heretical thoughts on the matter of I I ing a Jew. At my ago 1 should have it all definitely settled for good and fold my hands and wait for the reward that is in store for the pious. A fellow as old as I (though I am not really as old as I make out) shouldn't have a doubt. Yet tragic and bewildering events make sophomores of old hands at being Jewish who thought they were graduated long ago. There have been moments, indeed, when I have petulantlysaid that I am tired of being Jewish. Not that I have thought of being anything else; I was just tired. Tired of being the I whipped boy. tired of pain, tired | of reading that I am a pariah ; about whom something must be I done, tired of being forever on ;the defensive, tired of meetings in which we brood and talk about our problems, tired of answering defamers who are like people who might ask whether 1 beat my wife and how ofteVi. I didn't know what to do about my being tired. I couldn't run away from what I was. even if I wanted to. If being a Jew is a racial identity. I couldn't change that. I couldn't, for example, be a Scotchman instead iof a Jew. If being Jewish is only la religious identity. I couldn't 'escape the Jewish pain by being ,something else religiously—A |Christian, a Mohammedan or a I Buddhist. So I have just sat with folded hands and have kept on being a Jew in the only ways that Judaism is being practiced in these times—in lamentations, in having meetings to denounce defamers, in giving as generously as I am able to the various drives. in dutifully going to synagogue on some of the holidays It was in this mood that I W( nt to the Rosh Hashonah service. I folded my hands and thought rebelliously on the whole matter of being Jewish: What for? Why do I keep this up? Is my being Jewish very important? The trumpets seemed finally to give the answers. I must con


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wJemsti Floridlain i% VOLUME 13—No. 43 Co 8/ / c TTItue JtewtsKi dimity *$ MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1940 PRICE 10 CENTS DRASTIC STATUTE 5SUED I N FRANCE; NTERN REFUGEES London (WNS) — The same Fi nch statesmen who betrayed Prance to Nazi Germany continued their plunge to Fascism SAY ANTI-JEWISH LAWS^HUMANE" Vichy (WNS)—The anti-Jewish decrees announced by the Marshal Petain government were decided upon in "absolute serenity" and in "the spirit of humanity." according to an official communique. Declaring that it "respects the persons and property of Jews.'' the government communique said: "It merely prevents them Y. M. H. A. MEMBERSHIP DRIVE NOVEMBER 4-14 At a meeting of the Board of Directors last Tuesday evening final plans were announced for the coming city-wide membership campaign that the "Y" will j launch for a period of 10 days, beginning November 4 to 14. London (WNS) — Delegates to On Sunday evening. November tlie annual conference of the Zi3. a monster mass meeting will onist Federation of Great Britain be held at the "Y" club rooms, URGE ACCEPTANCE OF JEWISH TROPER PICTURES EUROPE IN GRIP OF GREAT HARDSHIPS the announcement of a fr ni assuming certain social %  •Jewish Statute," drastically cur'unctions of authority, managewith and Ireland pledged full support ;at which time leaders and reprej e d New York (WNS)—The next six months will see all of Europe in the grip of unprecedentto Britain's war hardships with Jews suffering -...„„. „„ campaign and sentatives of every organization most severely of all. declared French Jews ntellig^fSS5 offe^ ** *" "" ^ A ** *** to orate entertainment program is Agency's -** and providing for the internment ence experience having proved, ralS( a Jewish under ft arranged : ,,11 foreign Jews. as it has to all impartial spirits, British flag With the publication of the spel al Jews exercise these with p au i Q-. al Jewish decrees, barring Jews an individualist tendency up to L, tho conferel a point of anarchy." nial Sccretary Lord L1()yd knew Denying that the decrees were that the Jews in Palestine could promulgated as a reprisal, the be relied upon to defend to the announcement added: "Our disutmost all those vital British inaster imposes upon us the obliterests of which Palestine is the gation to regroup French forces [nerve center. of long hereditary and fixed characteristics. It is not a question of petty vengeance but of indispensable security." from all high government, educational and judiciary posts and excluding them entirely from the nation's press, radio and cinema. the Marshal Petain regime set France back more than 150 years. The anti-Jewish legislation, the first in France since the revolution, effects Jews in France and all French colonies, protectorates and mandated territories. Under the new decrees, which have been under discussion by the Council of Ministers for the past month. Jews are barred from France's governing bodies, Joseph A. Berman is chairman Goodman, who presided 0 f the campaign committee, assisted by Joseph A. Lipton and Sam Blank, co-chairmen, and Maurice Grossman, executive director. HEBHEW UNIVERSITY SENDS GIFTS TO STUDENT RECRUITS Jerusalem (WNS-Paleor Agency)—Gift parcels of books pubcannot be judges or diplomats or H-U-J I,„ U „ U U ,, ,., Iishect by the Hebrew University hold important positions in n .. ,, .... i • i j 1'dess. and pocket diaries, stationFrances colonial administration. ... .. ... Lesser posts, such as clerk£*£** %  '*" ^ Je n *"' ships, are open to Jews who ""' ^"""'-^"tion Of the Unifought with the French forces Ve % "' s ,' ud U s ow servm during the World War or W,th H,s Majesty s Forces the campaign of 1939-40 and were Scoring the new anti-Jewish decrees in unoccupied France and citing the need for a Jewish army, Mr. Goodman declared that "no fewer than 60,000 Jews of various nationalities served in France, but they were unknown soldiers of Israel." Dr. Chaim Weizmann. president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, was unable to address ,the conference and sent a message instead. He disclosed that j he intended to leave for the United States next month and agreed to address the conference before his departure Trope r, European chairman of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee as he left from LaGuardia Field for Lisbon aboard the Dixie Clipper to resume active charge of the committee's relief work abroad. Troper said he expected to go to Vichy. Marseilles land Budapest to confer with Jew WAIVES lsh leaders "The chief obstacle to bringing effective assistance to JewWashington (WNS) — B'nai jish refugees and war victims." B'rith, national Jewish service'Troper said, "is lack of adequate land fraternal organization, has funds. We have available perwaived membership dues for all na P s a third of the minimum of its members who have been or ."ceded for the remaining two and B'NAI B'RITH DUES FOR MEN IN ARMY will be called into the armed forces of the United States, it was announced by Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith. Mr. Monsky explained that dues will be waived for all who enlisted or will enlist as well as those called into service through the conscription act and the mobilization oi the National Guard and reserve contingents In his message. Dr. Weizmann ited with the Military Legnounce_ quotas for each profess ud: Now Fal ,, sllll ,. ,, rapidl y becoming one of (he mam theaCONFERENCE MEETS Honor or with the Milijsion. Jews above the quota will dedal. be dropped, lecrees prohibit Jews from Also hard hit by the anti-Jew.; teaching posts in both ish decrees were thousands of and lower educational inJews who sought refuge in France stitutions. They cannot be offifrom Germany or Nazi-dominatcers in the French army, navy oil countries The decrees stipu01 air eorps. late that foreign Jews may be The legislation stipulated that interned in special camps or may and her allies'' edit or write for be compelled to live in fixed localities Perhaps as a sop to the United States and other democratic countries, the anti-Jewish docrees were not as severe as those DESPITE AIR RAIDS tres of war It has become abundantly clear that the Jewish community in Palestine, in common! London (WNS-Paleor Agency) with the Jewish people through—Paralleling the courage disout the world, may i.,able to 'played l>y the Yishuv under enmake a significant contribution for ultimate victory of Britain Jews cannot 11 rs. A specific exemption was granted in the case of ntific publications. They cannot hold key positons in film or broadcasting companies. •> %  ws now holding prohibited i must resign within two • They will be eligible 1 i Government pensions if their e has been long enough. Special exemptions will b granted, it was announced, to who rendered meritorious to France in the fields f the arts, science, and literature, The exemptions, however, Will not apply to the press, radio and motion pictures. Under the present legislation, %  11 other professions are open to Jews without any restrictions. It s indicated, however, that the Comment wou | d shortly anV OTE YOUR DUTY • DO IT WITH BALLOTS —MOT BULLETS AMERICAN IEWS ARE AFFECTED BY DECREES emy fire, hundreds of Zionists attended the annual conference of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain despite continuous air raids. The confrerees, among whom were 00 official delegates, were a half months of the year. With these sums, which can be spent immediately in full conformity 'with the regulations of the United States Treasury Department. jwe cannot possibly meet all oi the vast needs of European Jewry, but we shall continue our rescue work to the very limit of our resources. "I am going to Europe with full knowledge of the frightful conditions existing there, and with the equally discouraging knowledge that we shall not be able to feed all the hungry or provide care for all the sick But as long as any means remain to us, we shall continue to the best of our abilities to do all we can for the innocent men. women and children who are being decimated by war." Troper explained that in the conduct of us program in areas under German control the Joint Distribution Committee in no way aids the German economy or violates the British blockadt American dollars are never reLondon (WNS)—Nazi military addressed by Professor Selig Broauthorities in occupied Frame detsky, political chief in London Germany' 'and Naziwil1 mak n exceptions in the of the Jewish Agency forPalesOCCUpied anas There is no rulcase '"' American Jews living in tine and President oi the Bnt.sh Ing, for instance, forbidding marthe Nazi-held zones, it was statJewish Board ol Deputies; Mrs between Jews and non, tl here Blanche Dugdale. niece ol the nutted to Germany proper or any Jews will be permitted to I Officials of the American Kmlate Lord Balfour. author of the land occupied by Germany, he bassy in Paris have disclosed Declaration that brought the said, but are made available in that they contemplate no repremodern Jewish National Home those territories through an ausentations to the German govinto being; Dr. Ignacz Schwartzthorized clearance arrangement, ernment on behalf of American bard, member of the Zionist Aswheih keeps dollars outside GerJews affected by the anti-Jewish tion Committee and also of the many, but makes local currency riages Jews. retain their civil rights as citi.-! ns oi France. The law defined Jews as persons having three grandparents of the Jewish race and those married to Jews and having two Jewish grandparents. In announcing the new decrees, sources close to the government said that Jews in general laws. Embassy officials said they had no exact information 'about the number of American Jews in the occupied territory, saying only that there were 500 Americans registered with Polish Governmi nt-in-Exile. available to the Jewish welfare The progress displayed by the organizations within Germany. "We in no way run counter to had failed to acquire a national embassy. and patriotic spirit and that their The Nazi decree stipulates that action as public officials tended a ]] j ews must register with the to be "harmful to national inter, i oca i authorities and that all ests." Jewish-owned enterprises must The Royalist Action Francaise. 'display conspicuous signs readleading anti-Semitic organizaing: This is a Jewish concern." Yishuv in all branches of i ndeavor despite the exigencies of wartime conditions was stressed by the Professor Brodetsky in his survey of the general political situation. He emphasiz-d that it was due to the permission and co-operation of the British government that the Jews have been afford, d an opportunity for direct national tion. urged an immediate census of all Jews affected by the antiJewish decrees. A census of Jews is now being conducted in occupied France. The anti-Semitic group urged also that Jews military authorities have the full the British blockade because we do not ship clothing, food, or other supplies overseas," Troper said. "All our operations in Europe are conducted through locally constituted committees in the various countries. These committees secure their supplies in their own country. Their only lack at this time is funds with participation in the struggle for A spokesman for the Embassy freedom, declared that American Jews livj The role of the Jews of Britain which to buy supplies. For these ing or doing business in the ocafter the war will be most imfunds, they look to the Jews of cupied areas were doing so volportant. Brodetsky declared. tne United States who contribute untarily. and that since the Nazi "since Britain is now the chief champion of freedom." He insisted that "Zionism must domwho have changed their names right to decree ordinances for be compelled to revert to their jthe territory there was no ground .inate the Anglo-Jewish communoriginal names. |for representations. jity." to the Joint Distribution Commtitee through the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees and Overseas Needs."'


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PAGE TWO vjenist Flcric/inn FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1940 The marriage of Miss Rachel Covitch to Mr. Nathan Zwitman is being announced this week. Miss Covitch is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Covitch. She attended the University of Miami majoring in chemistry. Mr. Zwitman is the son of Mr. Philip Zwitman and the late Muriel Zwitman. He completed his prelaw studies at Newark University and was graduated from the Government Law School of Palestine. Officiating at the ceremony was Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. A reception to which all friends of the couple are invited will be held this Sunday at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman. 5400 LaGorce Drive. Miami Beach, between the hours of 3 and 5 p. m. Mr. Zwitman is the operator of the Washington Cleaners. Miami Beach. At the nomination meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation next Tuesday, October 29th was set aside as the date for the election of officers. Mr. H. M. Drewich was given an unanimous rising vote of thanks for his sincere, earnest and untiring efforts expended during the past holiday season. Brief congratulatory remarks were made by members of the Congregation. The meeting Tuesday will be at the new Synagogue building and will start at 8:15. • • • Mr. and Mrs. William Feldman of Miami Beach have returned to the city after a three months' tour of the states. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Repps of New York City are house guests of parents home. 1535 Meridian |Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies. Ave.. from 2 to 4 p. m. All iThey will remain in Miami for friends are invited. 'several months. The Bar Mitxvah of Sanford A. Kohn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kohn of Miami Beach will take place Saturday. October 26 at the Jacob Joseph Congregation at 9:00 a. m. A reception will be held after the services. Open house will take place at the %  nasr* O "*%£*+• RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor SEASONS GREETINGS SRAEEL & JABALY, INC. 900 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH The senior group "Sara Gina" Circle 1637 of the Companions of the Forest of America will hold an affair on the evening of October 30th at the Nash Hotel. Miami Beach. Miss Rita Rosenberg and Miss Marcia Watstein were in charge of a benefit man jongg and card party held Wednesday evening. They were assisted by Miss Rochelle Belenki and Miss Clarita Mindlen. Hostesses for the evening were Misses Alma Harris. Ruth and Frances Fried. Marcie Markowitz and Betty Steinhart. • • • The Power of Music will be the topic of the lecture by Edward Clarke of the University of Miami before the Spinoza Forum this Saturday at the home of Dr. The Miami Chapter of A. Z. A. has three events scheduled fc, r next week. Tuesday night at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue the formal initiation of pledges will take place. Wednesday. October 30th they will sponsor their annual theatre par. ty. The last of these events will be a Masquerade Party to be The pledge division of Tri Beta 'held Thursday night, October 31 Sorority is giving a beauty con| at the old building of the Miami test party for its members Sun'Orthodox Synagogue, day. October 27th at 8:00 p. m. | • • • at the home of Miss Marjorie; The Zionist Council of Greater Rosengarten, 2140 S. W. 5th St. Miami will meet Tuesday The pledges are Misses Blanche ning, October 29th at Beth Daud Barnett, president: Marjorie RosTalmud Torah at 8:00 p. m. It engarten, vice president; Beverly j s imperative that representatives Cohen, secretary-treasurer; Lily 0 f a n Zionist groups Intel Alexander. Fay. Cowen, Betty j n Eretz Israel be present. ImDiamond. Gladys Lavigne. Gwen po rtant discussion regarding the Resnick. Lucille Shattsburg and shekel campaign and cultural Marilyn Tunic. Miss Barnett meeting will take place, will act as mistress of ceremonj • • • ies to help carry out the beauty Mr and Mrs Isidor Roth rf M contest pattern. Miss Alexander ami Bcach have returncd hon Miss Tunic and Miss Cohen will from thcir vacation in Ncw v be dressed as cigarette girls to Ci and Allantic Beach wh| n serve refreshments. The beauty they spent the summer months parade will be accompanied by visiting with thclr chlldreI1 Miss Rosengarten on the piano. Abraham Wolf son, 11th St. between Collins avenue and Ocean Miss Sylvia Tobias, daughter of Drive. Miami Beach. This will Capt. M. S. Tobias, has returned be the first in a series of lee|to spend the winter season here tures on music which Mr. Clarke at her home. 1525 Pennsylvania will give at the Spinoza Forum avenue. Miami Beach. Miss To• • • bias has been traveling extenMme. Sarah Osnath-Halvey. one isivcly through the northern states SEASON'S GREETINGS OLIN'S U-DRIVE-IT-SERV1CE 2900 N. E. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Fla. Phone 2-2689 "Your Patronage Appreciated" SEASON'S GREETINGS EIGHTH STREET SUNDRIES OSCAR HAGAN. Manager 1607 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-8726 t Home Makers Are Invited To A Demonstration Of visiPLfln See a complete room grow in miniature before your eyes in exact visual proportion and in the actual materials. • VISIPLAN is a compact display in which scores of decorative schemes have been assembled in a scientific and artistic way that is authoritatively correct. Seated in a comfortable chair you choose from hundreds of drapery fabrics, trimmings, carpets, upholstery materials and wood finishes to match, with complete sets of veneers, cut to scale to represent occasional furniture. ON THE SIXTH FLOOR 9 J of the outstanding portrayers of Palestinian life by means of music, drama and dancing, is now visiting in Miami Beach. The artist, who is a Yemenite Jewess, has been acclaimed by press and critics. Following a world tour Mme. Halevy made her American debut at Town Hall and was acclaimed over night as a most gifted and fascinating mime. The New York Times stated about her concert, "it was a remarkable performance; this youthful artist can at once essay the roles of singer, dancer and mimic. The rhythmic precision and the grace of her moving hands hold an absorbing fascination for the onlooker, as they describe the folklore of the Near East." This is the first visit of Sarah Osnath Halevy in the South, and several Zionist organizations and organizations of the Jewish community are planning to hold a recital, in which Miami Jewry will have an opportunity to see this outstanding diseuse who was the pride of Palestinian Jewry, and who has thrilled audiences in New York and other large American cities. e e • Dade County Chapter American Red Cross Surgical Dressing Division are announcing removal of their workrooms from the Women's Club to Richards Dept. Store. 6th floor. This surgical bandage work is being done Monday through Friday. 9:30 to 4:30. No experience is necessary and materials are furnished. Announcements have been made through heads of the various Jewish organizations appealing for volunteer workers to aid in this cause. • e • The Bar Mitivah of Murray Ke~ retzky will take place at 9:00 a. m. Saturday. Oct. 26th in Beth Jacob Synagogue. Miami Beach. His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretzky, 1552 Collins avenue, will hold open house from 5:30 to 8.00 p. m. Sunday to celebrate the occasion. • • • Mr. and Mr*. Phil Salmon and son Myron. \ formerly of New York, are now residing at 2283 South West 17th street, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Langner, parents of Mrs. Salmon. The bar mitzvah of their son, Myron, took place last week at Beth David Synagogue. since early June and while in New York attended the Fall fashion Previews and the World's Fair. e • e Dr. and Mrs. I. L. Fishbein. 1622 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter. Anne Marcia. at St. Francis Hospital. Tuesday. October 15. • • • The members of the Sigma Phi Kappa sorority are making plans for a dance which is to be held Thanksgiving night. In charge of arrangements are Miss Carol" Bauer. Miss Barbara Silver. Miss Elaine Stillman and Miss Joy Bauer. The proceeds will go to the Jewish Welfare Bureau. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone havinjr articles of clothing, furniture, etc. that are not being used or need-.l, please cooperate with the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. and ser-1 these articles to the RUM MAOE STORE maintained by them. If You Cannot Brino These to ths RUMMAGE STORE Lecated at 167 N. W. 5th St Pleass Phone Mrs. L. J. Harts. 2-7135 Mrs. Morris Dubler. 5-3517 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 542"> Jewish Welfare Office, 3 5377 Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 2 1S64 and they will be called for 1 *z EXPERIENCED MOHEL Excellent Local References Write or Wlrs RABBI L. LEHRER KEY WEST. FLORIDA %  SBSJSS Season's Greetings CROMWELL HOTEL Ocean Drive and 20th Street MIAMI BEACH. FLA. MOLLY PICON'S LEADING MAN WILLIAM SCHWARTZ ROMANTIC TENOR Is Available For Concerts, Banquets, Dances Bar Mitzvahs 820 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-9028 LITTLE FLOWER 1116 FIFTH STREET MIAMI BEACH RE-OPENING 1940 SEASON I Awaiting the pleasure of ? greeting our past friends I and patrons PHONE 5-6521 POSITION WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER i '"rnpetent—Cinable of tsaint Full Charge of Office Very Thorough Excellent Local References PHONE 5-4508 A MAN .... AND HIS CLOTHES Wherever he goes and whateTer he doe*, his cloths)* are virtually a part of hi* personality — Evidence of hi* taste, his standing, his success. For Fine Custom Tailoring 1140 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-3812 i NORMANDY SCHOOL A Private Boardiig and Day School For Boys and Girls KINDERGARTEN THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL LEO HUBERMAN (Harvard) Headmaster 1021 Biarritz Driv. 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, 3 5 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1940 FRENCH WHIPS STOP 10 YACHTS Marseilles ( WN S)—Two privately-owned yachts, bound for | with 72 passengers, in.: many Jewish refugees, : n.reepted by French patrol ships, it wa s learned. Both vail.:wt re brought back to Pranci by French warships. An inquiry was launched im. v by local French officials to determine whether ,.< ;i secret organization ,, ,1 Jews to escape from Officials held all pasuntil completion of the %  ( ition. Oni the yachts, the Fantome, g 22 passengers, was relo France after a long a French minesweeper, it v... :. ported. The yacht made • to resist the warships, the passengers aboard Mir were Jews who said had paid $500 each for to England. A incement of anti-Jewish decrees by the Petain governed still further anti-Jewition expected momenhas resulted in attempts French Jews to leave try. *Jewist noridiat/n JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN RESTRICTIONS ARE TIGHTENED BY NAZIS t iWNS)—The virtual occupation of Rumania pi has resulted in a f anti-Jewish restric-i^hout the country, it rted here. Al iracal, near the Denube : Giurgiu, two uniformed With the aim of increasing the national membership of Junior Hadassah the Young Women's Zionist Organization of America to 25,000, the Miami Unit will begin the local campaign on October 27. with a membership garden party to be held at the Strath Haven Hotel. 411 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, at 300 p. m. Mrs. Harry S. Breskin, membership chairman, will be ably assisted by her co-chairmen. Mrs. Irving Querido and Miss Hanna Mack. The reception committee consists of the Misses Jean Lederhar, Ruth Goodstein, Carol Levitt. Rhea Epstein. Rose Puchkoff, Cymie Silver. Bea and Ida Gottfurcht. Estelle Blosberg, Anita Bernstein and Kosalyn Klein. A musical comedy entitled "Hadassah Highlights" will be presented with a east of forty girls, the leads to be played by Miss Helen Pollack and .Miss Hanna Mack, assisted by a notable cast <>!' singers and dancers. This gathering will be the launching of a membership campaign with elaborate plans for rallies and parties to recruit a record breaking membership for the Miami Unit. Refreshments will be served and all are invited to attend. FRDNTIST PUCES T i New York (W N S)—Captain jJohn T. Sprout, Jr., one of the | Christian Frontists tried several months ago on charges of plotting to overthrow the United States Government, faces trial by a general court martial of the National Guard, it was disclosed here Captain Prout was transferred from the 165th Infantry, the old [•'Fighting 69th." several days before the regiment became a part I of the United States Army. The nature of the charges facing Captain Prout was not disclosed | although it was admitted that the g< neral military court deals with the more serious offenses. Captain Prout was acquitted by a Brooklyn jury on the charge that he plotted to overthrow the government with other defendants, but the jury failed to agree as to his guilt on a charge of stealing munitions from the ent's armory for the use of the Christian Front defendants. [ U' %  ..!! Season'* Qreetingi A. T. ADAMS I ELECTRIC COMPANY :6C N. W. 15th Street PHONE 4 5504 I Iron Guardists weri posted outside each Jewish shop, preventing shoppers from i ntering, In Other cities, Jewish shopkeepers were compelled to display identifying posters on their windows as a precaution to the invading Nazi soldiers At the same time it was learned that the Rumanian Education Ministry has instructed "Aryan" students to purchase books only from non-Jewish shops and I warned Gentile authors not to accept contracts from Jewish publishers. CANADIAN REFUGEES RETURNTO BRITAIN London (WNS)—Jewish aliens, most of them refugees from Ger. many, and other N'a/i-dominatcd countries, who were sent earlier In the war to Canada and Australia, will be returned to Great Britain unless they are allowed to emigrate to other countries, it was announced by Home Secretary Herbert Morrison. The Home Secretary told the House of Commons that neither Canada nor Australia is prepared to accept the Jewish refugees as immigrants except in accordance with immigration laws. BAN IS LIFTED ON NIGHT TRAVEL %  % %  —II ~' ... i V !•* Season's Greetings to Our Patrons and Friends MAXWELL HOUSE DINING ROOM Noted lor Miami' Finest Full Course Dinner' 50 CENTS 2147 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-5922 Be Charming—Be Bright Drink MUX F*l Right. AsVYt* \/tmm PURE...JERSEI MILK DA-lRt Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Night-travel restrictions, en' forced in Palestine's rural areas since the beginning of the war. have been lifted by LicutenantGeneral Philip Neame. General Officer commanding the British forces in Palestine and Transjordan. The new regulations will again enable the majority of the main towns and principal colonies to experience free night-time communication with each other, and will permit the resumption of hitherto prohibited nocturnal traffic toward Tel Aviv from the adjacent colonies. This easing of the restrictions will contribute toward the convenience and in some respects safety of Palestine's civilians, and it is hoped that untoward war circumstances will not again make it necessary to enforce them. #5 lib ^COmODOMM BRITAIN'S CONTROL OF RED SEA SHOWN M* iW Enjoy Magnificent MIAMI „ Florida at Low Cost A year round hotel, entirely fireproof, with steam heat for cool nights. Every advan J a '? Florida vacation at moderate cost. 'JOSEPH H. ADAMS. Manager 250 Rooms with Bath MIAMI. FLORIDA Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Further heartening evidence of the British Navy's complete control of the waters of the Red Sea despite Italy's desperate attempts to throttle naval paseagc a the Suez Canal was demonstrated here when 76 Jewish immigrants from Yemen arrived in Palestine. Coming all the way from the southwestern tip of the heel of the Arabian peninsula boot, the 76 Yemenites safely crossed the historic Red Sea in the face of Italian boasts of power over navigation. PAGE SEVEN HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA Season's Greetings HOMESTEAD GROCERY CO. Krome Ave. Phone 15 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA Seaon's Greetings L. C. DODD RADIO SERVICE N. Krome Ave. Ph. 634 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA Season's Greetings DIXIE DRUG STORE E. J. POLK Flagler Phone 30 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA Season's Greetings BISHOP & SON SERVICE STATION N Krome Ave. Ph. 555.M HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA Sincere Holiday Greetings BIRD CHEVROLET CO. W. R. BIRD N. Krome Ave. Ph. 98 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA Season's Greetings HOMESTEAD FLORAL SHOP MRS. 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nr ,/ it 1 PAGE EIGHT +Jei$t flcricMari FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the benefit of all organization* in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon the continued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates for next week's issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning. To avoid possibls confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian, 21 8. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141, which conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing dates. BKTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL, open every week In the year and Sunday Sessions begin Sunday morning-. October 20. 1940, ending Sunday morning May 25th, 1941. EVERY MONDAY MORNING—Temple Israel Sisterhood Sewlni? Classes benefit Rod Cross, at Kap* Ian Hall. EVERT ICOMDAY EVENING—Y. \V. H. A. bowling games. SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nal B'ritli. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING — Y. W. 11. A. Athletics at Y Clubroome. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council of Jewish Women OCTOBER Miami Section Legislation and Study Groups at the borne of Mrs. C. H. Adler. EVERY WEDNESDAY — Senior Hadassah SevviiiK (Jroup from 9 to 4 P. M. at Temple Israel Ventry Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOONS'. W. H. A. Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms. EVERY THURSDAY EVENING— Li'nai R'rlth bowline games at -Miami Recreation Center 7:30 p. ill. EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wolf*on's home, 1069 Collins Ave., Miami Beaob. tion for Palestine of Greater :h Jacob Religious School U^^^Uff^^^B^n Induction Exercises. Dance ana Fair 28—Sr. Hadassah Installation 26—Ladies Auxiliary Miami JewBrunch in Cromwell Hotel j sn Orthodox Congregation Gardens. Membership Tea. 30—Nat'l. Council Jewish Worn27—Nat'l. Council Jewish WornLondon (WNS)—A systematic air raid on a workers' quarter in London resulted in deaths and injuries to many Jewish workers when a bomb scored a direct hit on an air raid shelter in which many of the Jews had sought shelter. Tenanted for the most part by poor Jewish workers, the section suffered its worst raid since the beginning of the war. As dusk fell, signalling the approach of the Nazi raiders, the occupants of the modest dwellings filed into an air raid shelter nearby. PLAIN TALK (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) fess that it may have been childish in me to have been influenced by the voice of the trumpets. I should, at my age. be amenable rather to the voices of rabbis. Yet the trumpets moved me as the voice of no rabbi has in the recent years. In the trumpets there was no sobbing, no sighing bur only a ringing call to get up out of the ashes and be a Jew in the sense of a man who is no beggar for mercy and justice. If I have been a sniveler at the wailing wall the trumpets made me ashamed. If I have been doubting whether there is any in being Jewish—be. 1940 en Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. 27—Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner Dance at Hollywood Beach Hotel. 28—Junior Hadassah Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Trot. en Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. 30—Y. W. H. A. General Meeting. 30—A. Z. A. Annual Theatre Party, Miami Chapter. 31—Miami Chapter A. Z. A. Masquerade Party at old Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue. NOVEMBER 1—And every Friday thereafter through the month of April, Nat'l. Council of Jewish Women Miami Section, general meeting. 3—Workmen's Circle. 10—Joint Installation of Jewish Welfare Bureau and Auxiliary. 10—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, ish Orthodox Congregation 28—Beth Jacob Religious School Cafeteria Supper. Chanukah Affair. 11—M. B. Chapter AZA Theater 29—M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh party. Party. 29—Workmen's Circle. 17—Workmen's Circle. 29—Pioneer Women's Organiza23—Miami Chapter Women's Dition for Palestine of Greater vision. American Jewish ConMiami, Chanukah Latkeh g r e s s Membership Tea. and Card Party. Cromwell Hotel Patio. 29—Beth David Sisterhood Cha24—Pioneer Women's Organizanukah Dinner. One bomb fell in the middle of ]meaning the block demolishing several sides its implications of penecuhomes. A second bomb hit the, t ion—those trumpets gave me a shelter, burying scores of perfeeling that I am the inhabitant sons under tons of debris. Resof something much lovelier than cue squads began digging fevera charnel house, ishly in the hope of rescuing I If I were to translate what the some of the persons trapped in trumpets said I might put it in the shelter. jthese words: Though a complete list of cas| Timid little man! Cowering ualties was unavailable, it was n 'he darkness of his little CornDECEMBER 1—Workmen's Circle. 3—Miami Chapter Women's Di; understood that most of the per|CT! Little man nursing his pain. vision. American Jewish Congress Installation Banquet. 4—Nat'l. Council Jewish Women General Meeting 2 p. m. 16—Workmen's Circle. 22—A. Z. A. Sweetheart Dance. 26—M. B. Habanoth Chanukah Entertainment. 28—Ladies Auxiliary Miami JewI sons who had fled to the shelter ; As >f it were the only pain in perished. Many others were the world Little man bleating made homeless by the exploshis right to live. As if life were ion. lived only for defense—like the ——————— .lives of sheep that are concerned !only with keeping away from wolves. Is this pain all you have your heart? Nothing else? Have bravely Season's Greetings FAIRY FLAKE Doughnut Co., Inc. 1269 West Flagler Street PHONE 2.0174 .. you no light for this darkness 9 ( Have you lived these 2000 years I! only to be this little man who •trembles in the shadows? This i little man who resides beside a grave. | Get up and go and be the man rm who brought the Law from Sinai and who once spoke with the voice of prophets and who lived through the travail of 2000 years because he knew a good way of life. Be a man who knows that up. on him has been set a mandate of responsibility for all his people He says, What wrong I do is made a blame against my brothren. Therefore, nothing that I do shall serve as a reproach against them. Be a man who does not set himself apart either in fear or in pride of race or religion. Know that you have certain lights to give and that these lights. j„ ln ed with the lights that other men have, must in time dispel darkness. Get up and walk with all of good will. Be not a man wraps himself in the folds ligious exclusivcness. Know tl it I you have no separate part j world and forget the ide | you are different. This is what the trui | I seemed to say to me on Hashonah. though they sail itl much more bravely and i I fully. It may sound like I to say that every once in av hi e trumpets should be substitul for rabbis' voices in tynagogu •>.! Yet I must be mindful trumpets' voices may mean '.:• ferent things to other pi Some people may say: "How H quent is the trumpet's voic • certainly means to say to me I \( •• %  I should keep on standing • .movably at my wailing wall in (wrapped in my talith. I | stand at my wa ia wall. urdm i SEASON'S GREETINGS S. A. FREEL DISTRIBUTING CO. 3002 N. E. 1st Court Phone 2-2141 K i'.j'i.inlaid* 'i.iWirwu.ww.vii". Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. 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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1940 :1 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX i CONGREGATION BETH JACOB CONGREGATION -* e +Jewistncridian CONGREGATION JACOB JOSEPH PAGE THREE 1548 S. W. Third Str.et ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabb Rabbi's Reaidenca: 19 South West 13th Court Phona 3-5192 Schedule of Serrice* Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45 p m. Friday evening services: 5:30 I' in abbes: 9:00 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. ni. Shalush Slides: 5:15 p m. Wathington Avenue and Third I iincc5 r 1, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHLLOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Can'or Phone 52013 945 Euelid Avenue I SISTERHOOD I The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center held the first meeting of the Winter season on Tuesday, Ottojber 22 in the Center at Euclid | avenue and Fourteenth Place. The Sisterhood extends an invitation to all the women in the community to join with them. BEACH MIZRACHI HEARS RABBI YOM-TOV NOTES II.>li lay services will be held v. In sday night at t>:0i) o'clock I on Thursday and Friday 1 0 o'clock. MEMORY SERVICE %  %  ii s will I %  held on s %  reth Thursdaj n :• 30 o'clock. Pn ce Rabbi Ke In r will Li %  Marche I SIMCHAS TOR AH Torah s i t 6:30 p A .'i the i'.. : %  i for all child] %  who si :.: Thi festive c< Ii Congi I %  all who will come • i us this ji TALMUD TORAH will comm < %  > %  : 8 and all I to n i houl faiL The list of chil %  Silver. S Bi rnie Ros S vart Go In -.. Rich. Bei k M Sarah May Geltartz, Allen J i n Murray Lissi n, MAZEL TOV rely pleased to ex' hearty congratulations Ray U. Schochet on her ment and wish her i her dear ones all the joy and %  WELCOME HOME greet with pleasure our dear sister Mrs. Philip Berkowitz return from the hospital -ray for her speedy and te recovery. We are also glad to register grateful thanks and Mrs. Berkowitz for timely and beautiful dona'•" ,! to our new shul. the gorgnew poreches, covers and telach, REFUO SHLEMO Pray for the complete and S| %  > recovery „f our dear Is, Mrs. Louis Block. Mrs. Louis Silverman and little Michmonhoff. May the merciful •end them healing and recovery from their illness and Pain. Rabbi M. Finkel, recently arrived from Palestine, son of the HOLIDAY SERVICES f amou8 d ,. an f Ye shiva at day, rhursday and Friday eveat the opening meeting of the at ,., ,.,lock; Thursday men and wome g ndiv2s of S Mamches %  w", I';,"' Cam0r Mi8mi Beach Mizrachi S ndy Mamches will chant he service. nif ,,„. H e presented a wonder% %  '•;:"," :! W! S, '" :,K '"f >" P^ure of the work of the fore he %  Y.zkor service Thursday Mj 2rachi in the defense and con CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (ttlami'a Pioneer Conirexailon) TEMPLE ISRAEL 135 N. W. Third Avenua MAX SMAPIKO, RaDOl 498 S. W. 1th Road Office Phone 2.1473 Home Phone 2-217* JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor 300 N. W 16th Avenui Phone 2 0(28 morning on "Solemn Assembly." Mi men., i si rvices will be held Thursday at 10:00 a. m. in the new ..,i_ v S %  hass T ii il : I Refi struction of Pi times, Ri ports on funds raised by divisions during the summi r i | y \; r A Ki sti in and Mrs. M. • %  r the m %  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 1U3U a. m. Late Friday Evening Services 8:15 p.m. 137 N. E. 19th Mreet Office Phone 2-7745 JRABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—0-1266 I Miami Beach I j RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN j 530 N. E. 31et St.—2-9546 | Miami | Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from I the congregation.' —Hillel. Wednesday evening. October 23 at 8:15 o'clock the combined service of the Succoth Festival and Rejoicing With the Law will be observed with officers and ibers ol the board of Temple Israel lea.Una in the Torah p Sisterhood Mee t ings — Third SM M Children of the religHOLIDAY EXCUSES i I Wednesday of Month. S'JCCOS CELEBRATION bus school presenl will pj young i • V Ml receive di : ri frei I m nts ai will %  Serve public h tl : rabbi. Nol ... 'day. BAR M1T2VAH M .. ; retsky, : %  tO %  %  SUNDAY SESSIONS children w i 11 I S i ill .. ::: i '.,: .' %  ; .:' I I bring their children tins %  tration iss entry. year'.ti elude Miss Leah S Betty Smith, Miss Eva £ ,: O %  % %  ites nexl which v.. Su or 9 ublic is tal Induction i this Sundi j n at tl new sj a wt'lid will pr ture of the work of in Manj tl B. Frank. congi B 11 Londi n, pri sidt nt of I, and A. I. M iupenntendi ..; of the Malvina Weiss, long conI Sei %  day mornii R Death! s %  I to bring their Ir n with thi at which hi S terhood ivdvimenl to all Pi the "Hakofos" the Rabbi will Mosi —It is ..IW." liin and Ri man. SUCCOTH MEMORIAL SERVICE Thurs at ll:0(i ( I %  %  %  %  (CONTINUED ON PACE C, would '" th i and par:: ing in 1 If sufficient adults w ill the 10:30 Rabl : I complete the ser Weai I tl requirements i S •' Mes%  Isador Mac) Level lich, and Jean Seitlin for I rei work i ; rving splendid :iu nts. .May th A l Miss Beulah Su irman, Mi %  the SC hool, will Harriet Gottesman. Miss Josespeak on -Jewish Education and phine Raxin, Cantor Maurice Citizenship." Songs will be sung Mamches and Miss Sonia Shpall. Dy ,>,, sc hool glee club, and the Mr. Irving Genet and Mr Robsynagogue holiday choir. Keen K, nt will teach the first two freshments will be served to the years of our high school course school children, and prizes and Children are taken as young awards distributed. • %  TALMUD TORAH Th, all term of 1 •1 • %  : b jin M n. O bei 28th I V "• w cun II has b< t thi requirements %  child. Should you hav lie such : \ CIS.'' SUNDAY SCHOOL Close to 200 have i g at our Sunday School r indicating a total r gi iti .. oi approximately 300 this year. It is gratifying to note that the : lat ive to distance lea i communih tl R ibbi. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES The of the late Friday i vi ning series for the ninth consecutive year will begin Frias 4' j years ol age. Our high |school will accept students until the age of IT. HABANOTH THANKS The public is welcome. BEACH HABANOTH The Habanoth of Miami Bi ai i celebrated the opening of their The congregation wishes to i xfourth year with a party in the press its gratitude to the Beach Succah on Sunday. Choi HaHabanoth for helping in the ^\^y\,, vU \ An interesting program orations of the Succah CONGRATULATIONS A hearty Mazul Tov to Mr. and Mrs. Berele Kelemer on the birth of a baby boy May they of recitations and exposition of the holiday of songs and tableaux was pre.-, nted. Refreshments were served by the girls. The next meeting of th HaFor the Finast in STRICTLY KOSHER Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S W. Eighth St. bring him up L'Torah L'Chuppah banoth will be held at the home ul'Massim Tovim in happiness ,„ %  Mrs. M. Mescheloff, 711 Lenand health. j 0 x ovenue, Wednesday night at INDUCTION CEREMONY 7:0 0 o'clock. Girls between the In the belief that we should | a g es 0 f 12 and 15 are invited lo celebrate a child's entrance upon be present a life of Jewish study even more than his "graduation'" or '•confirmation'' the Beth Jacob Religious School will present its PJWiUST BROS RY£% %  Se.ison's Greetings DEXTER'S ROLLER SKATING RINK 3001 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 37542 greater per cent of thi students day evening, November l. at are children of the members of 8:15. A large mixed choii of Beth David. We are indeed apmale and female voices under the prciative of the interest shown leadership of Cantor Joseph Manew parents who .".ave affillek will enhance these services iated with our Congregation in throughout the season. Show your • weeks Over 2()ii children allegiance to the Faith of Israel participated in our Succos celeby attending with your family bration this past Sunday, becomthis service every week. Sersufficiently inspired to begin mons by the Rabbi and distintheir regular class,.-, this Sunday guished guests pertaining to difImorning. We implore parents to fen nt phases of Jewish life will brin^ their childn n on time, othbe discussed from the pulpit. Rcerwise the children will not be member the first service. Friday permitted into their classes for evening, November 1. at 8:15 that morning but will comprise SISTERHOOD MEETING separate group entirely. Classes An important board and reguwill not be disturbed after the lar meeting of the members of bell which is sounded promptly I Beth David Sisterhood will lake ai 10 o'clock. Cooperation on I place Wednesday afternoon, Octhe part of th.' parents will help tober 30th at 2 o'clock at the ,us to carry out our complete proBeth David Talmud Torah Matigram for the coming year. ters of importance will be disJUNIOR CONGREGATION cussed, and election of first vice Once again a Junior Congrega'president will take place We tion of Beth David will begin its will have as guest speaker Mr seasonal activities for the sevj Isaac Joffe. executive director of enth consecutive year with serthe Jewish Federation. Mrs. Isavices this coming Saturday morn-j dor Fine, president, urges all ing at 10:30. Would that parents I members and friends to attend •


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< X a m FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1940 *Jewist ncridliar PAGE FIVE THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ MEMBERSHIP DRIVE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) press done him wrong in his recent matrimonial difficulties Max Band, the Jewish painter fine spirit of basketball. Several from France, who's now in this games have already been held. country, is going to have an inland the following is the schedule portant exhibition of his work on for the next few weeks: Oct. 21. the Coast in December MauReds against Blacks; Oct. 28. Irice Bergman is entering on a Reds against Blues; Oct. 30. Blues jnew phase of his motion picture against Blacks We urge every.career .Beginning with DecemIparticipate in a wholesome sport. Admission is free. BOWLING A special breakfast meeting of the membership campaign committee was held at the Y last Sunday morning. Mr. Joseph A. Berman, chairman of the committee, presided. Details of the campaign were discussed, and I"" 0 C m *? th n right with my daughter, and celebrate the first harvest Miss Cornelia W. Turk. I make Her daughter recently married editor Ray Stark of HollyY-ETTES iness meeting. Mrs Victor M, II will review the book "The Fire Mrs Pearl Reisman, sponsor i lu llu Wood," by R. C. Hutch, of this fine group of girls, aninson Nbv 6, Wednesday 8:30 nounces that an installation banP' "'•• music appreciation group quet and entertainment of this meets at the Y under the group will be held on Sunday """ of Mrs, P. 11 Feldman. Nov. evening, November 17 at the V : '' Sunday, 8 p, m., Man Jongg Tickets are only 50c. Please I and card P art J r for men and w Kof tourists) and pray that they be plentiful. Your committee in chargi i ( i the affair has arranged for an i unusual evening of entertainment in beautiful surroundings. There will be plenty of refreshments, and I am sure that you I Will Kave the affair full of spirit (s)! Harold Turk, chairman of the committee, has appointed Brother Walter C ner as general assistant: Br this public announcement Wife and daughter are doing fine, and Cornelia promised to marry only a paid-up member of B'nai B'rith Add other recent daddies — Brothers Abe Mazor. Leo Chaikin, and Isadore Zukernick ... all girls is the score except for little Master Chaikin. make your reservations soon men, at the V. No admission The feature of this event a new group of men and women the fact that members of ranging from the ages of 18 to 24 Mrs. Stanley C Myers will be charge. Please bring your friends. th< ii officer WEEKLY ACTIVITIES Y. W. TOP HATTERS '"" '' Drarv wi!1 De P en Wednesday 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. for Maurice Grossman, executive aduUs Tlu S(lav 3 ,,, 5 m 1( „ director of the Y. announces that children. Miss Frances ( I bi rg, librarian, / ifferent divisions will out-1have organized a social group Bowling ? ach M ," nda >8:30 > %  t activities to the radio known as the Top Hatters. This l m at the Ml mn 1; i r <' al n A1 e, and make an appeal group will take in members of U v *l ,*£*, Mlami A ? em J membership. Besides Mr. the Y between the ages above Berman and Mr. Grossman, the following will participate in the program: Y. M. H. A.. Dr. Samuel Beckman; Y. W. H. A.. Miss Irene Cohen: Juniors, Leroy Feldman; Y-Ettes, Rita Futerfas; Boy Scouts. Paul Safer; Girl Scouts. Irene Jacobs; Home Camp, Mayer Greenberg; Federation, M. J. Kopelowltz; and a piano duet by Mona and Eddie Pastroff of our Home Camp. We urge everyone to listen in on this program. BASKETBALL As previously announced, an intramural basketball league has been formed by Mickey Lubel, athletic director of the Y. This is composed of about 48 men who Calisthenics each Monday through Friday 10-11 a. m., also Tuesday e% f enings at 8 o'clock. Red Cross knitting at the Y. Contact Mrs. Joseph Schaffer, 3-9151. Red Cross surgical dressing at Richards Department Store evDr. Sidney Cassell. dramatic j cry day. Contact Mrs. L. Kotcoach of the Y, announces that kin, 3-5670. INFORMATION WANTED Information is being sought of Jack Samuels who has been livBurnett Both and Fred Shochet. I in 8 apart from his family for the publicity; James Leonard and ral years and has made Dave Emmer, arrai effort to contribute to their Rudy Adler. refreshments; an %  '"•• as ar which his Al B :.. and two minor children are ciency expert We I Bi th'" destitute circumstances and er Berkeley boi 00. dependent on the local chanties, when we selected him I idle Mr. Samuels, who is believed to the $75.00 involved. in Florida, is 48 years of age, All you c admission is ;1 native ,,f Pola d 5 10', in. a paid up B'nai B'rith memberf* 11 w hs l9 Pounds, has Ship card pay up now and hr w halr brown eve ; US. take advantage of this swell |* che >;_etcher hy^ occupadance. Bring your wives and you bachelors bring your girl friends. Paid up members of mentioned. Qualification for membership besides the ages above [ mentioned is a paid up membership card in one of the Y dii visions. DRAMATICS CLUB casting has already begun for two one-act plays, which will be held very shortly. There are a few openings for male characters. All interested communicate with Dr. Cassell any Tuesday night at the Y. WOMEN'S DIVISION The following is a list of activities for the balance of October and November: Oct. 30, Wedcome here nightly to practice the nesday. 8:30 p. m., general busRed Cross course in nursing every Tuesday 9:30 a. m. at the Y. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman. Arts and Crafts every Wednesday 2 p. m. at the Y. Mrs. Leon Lieberman, chairman. NOTICE On account of the Holidays the "Y" building will be closed from Wednesday, October 23, 5 p. m., to Saturday, October 26. 7 p. m. the Ladies Auxiliary are also invited Don't forget the time and place—if you want any additional information, call me or our secretary. Miss Roth, at 2-1388. • • • Our much awaited golf tournament is to be held Sunday. November 3rd, at 1 p. m. at the Miami Springs Golf Course. Brothers Max Goldstein and Marty Goldstein, who are in charge of the tournament, have advised me that a regular program has been arranged including a buffet dinner after the tournament. There will be prizes of every kind and nature, and fun galore. Start shining up those clubs and cleaning up those golf tion. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau. 67 West 47th street. New York City. Season's Greetings 1 FIVE POINT 1 SERVICE STATION 1 36M S W. Sth St. Ph. 4.J200 Season'i Greetings AFRO AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. Stafford G. Dames. Mgr. 840 N. W. 3rd Avs. Ph.. 2-3515