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The Jewish Floridian ( September 12, 1941 )

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wJewiisti floridian Co*>8/^/vt yihe Jewish Uniitiy VOLUME 14— No. 37 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS Z.O.A. AL IS T Cincinnati ( W N S )—Judge Louis E. Levinthal of Philadelphia was elected president of the Zionist Organization of America at the 44th annual convention of the ZOA, succeeding Edmund I. Kaufman, who announced on the eve of the Zionist parley that poor health had made it impossible for him to seek reelection. The election of Judge Levinthai, who has been chairman of the national administrative council of the ZOA for the past two years, came as no surprise since retiring President Kaufman, in his message announcing his withdrawal from the field, had urged Judge Levinthal's election as one "who would command the respect 'and active support of all American Zionists." Dr. James G. Heller of Cincinnati, who opened the convention, was elected chairman of the na" tional administrative council. Mr. Kaufman will remain in the Zionist organization as national vice-president. The convention re-elected the following as vicepresidents of the ZOA: Dr. Solomon Goldman, Chicago, Dr. Israel Goldstein, New York, Louis Lipsky, New York, Judge Morris Rothenberg, New York, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, Cleveland, Robert Szold, New York and Dr. Stephen S. Wise, New York. Dr. Harry Friedenwald of Baltimore and Judge Julian W. Mack of New York were re-elected honorary vice-presidents. Louis P. Rocker was again named treasurer. The convention urged that Palestine be included among the democratic nations receiving aid from the United States through the lend-lease bill. The political committee rejected a suggestion that the convention pass a resolution on Soviet Russia as a British ally in the present war. Outgoing President Kaufman precipitated a heated discussion when he demanded that the ZOA should assume complete control over the United Palestine Appeal and other Zionist fund-raising organizations in this country, urging that all Zionist activities in the United States "be centralized, coordinated and built for a definite purpose." The resolution committee presented a resolution which called upon the directors of the UPA to consider themselves responsible to the Zionist administration. This resolution will give the ZOA some measure of control, long demanded by the Kaufman administration, over the UPA. Mr. Kaufman's request that all Zionist fund-raising organizations (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) CUBA STOPS DISTRIBUTION ANTI-SEMITIC PROPAGANDA Havana (WNS)—Declaring that anti-Jewish propaganda was harmful to the welfare of the country, a Cuban court sentenced Franz Thol, local Nazi fuehrer, to six months imprisonment after finding him guilty of disseminating anti-Semitic leaflets and promoting anti-Jewish agitation. The court ordered Thol's deportation following completion of the jail term. Six other members of the Cuban Nazi Bund were released be-, cause of lack of evidence. The case marked the first Cuban court action against distributors of anti-Semitic propaganda. Since there are no laws in Cuba outlawing anti-Jewish propaganda, the court applied existing legislation against Negro discrimination. In handing down its decision, the court ruled that anti-Jewish propaganda was as harmful to Cuba as racial propaganda against Negroes. HOLLAND NAZIS TAKE PROPERTY OWNED BY JEWS "Slicoth Services" will be held at the Greater Miami Synagogues Saturday evening shortly before Midnight. Complete information will be found in the Synagogue bulletins on page 5. Geneva (WNS)—A system of special ghetto schools for Jewish children in Nazi-occupied Holland was foreshadowed with the announcement by Arthur SeyssInquart, Nazi commissioner for the Netherlands, barring all Jewish children and teachers from the country's puolic schools, it was reported here. The Nazi Commissioner's order, marking the opening of the new school year, prohibits Jewish children from attending schools taught by "Aryan" teachers and bars non-Jewish children from attending schools taught by Jews. The Nazi-controlled Dutch newspaper "Deutsche Zeitung fuer Die Niederlanden" reported that the new decrees will make necessary the erection of separate schools for Jewish children. The establishment of special schools for Jewish children has long been an aim of the Nazi administration but resistance by Dutch educators and churchmen had hitherto stalled the Nazi campaign. Advices reaching here from occupied Holland did not clarify the question of financial support of the Jewish schools. The Nazi occupying authorities, it was understood, are demanding that the Jewish population be taxed to provide funds for the Jewish schools. Dutch educational leaders were believed to be advocating Government-sponsorship of the Jewish schools, pointing out that Nazi anti-Jewish decrees have impoverished the Jewish population and made Jewish-support of these schools virtually impossible. Meanwhile. Dutch newspapers arriving here report that all Jewish land and property, including mortgages, must be registered with a special office at the Hague before September 15. The papers stressed that the Hague bureau was empowered to take over all Jewish-owned land and property. SOUTHEASTERN FEDERATION TO MEET SEPT. HTH The executive committee of the Southeastern Region, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will meet on Sunday, September 14th, at the Read House in Chattanooga, Tenn. As the administrative body of the region, the executive committee will review regional developments and outline plans for the coming year. Among committee chairmen presenting reports will be: M. J. Rothschild, Montgomery, regional finances; Stanley C. Myers of Miami, study of budgeting problems and procedures; Donald Oberdorfer, Atlanta, and Hirsh Kaplan, Nashville, regional conference program; Rabbi Emil W. Leipziger, New Orleans, regional planning. "The fall meeting of the executive committee," asserted Baron de Hirsch Meyer, regional president, "will be an unusually important one. Changing welfare needs in relation to the national defense program present new problems in connection with fund raising, social services, soldier welfare and ether phases of community organization. Southern communities are even now feeling the impact of some of these changes and the executive committee, as a representative body of community leaders, will discuss the new developments as a prelude to future planning." The Southeastern Region is one of the eight organized regions of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds and includes the states of Alabama. Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Officers are: President, Baron de Hisch Meyer, Miami; vicepresidents, M. J. Rothschild of Montgomery and Donald Oberdorfer, Atlanta. Members of the executive committee: Frank A. Abelson, Isidore Pizitz and M. H. Sterne of Birmingham; Henry A. Alexander, A. L. Feldman, Herman Heyman and Edward M. Kahn, Atlanta; Mrs. Brunette Fox Arnold and Harry Lasker. Little Rock; I. D. Blumenthal, Charlotte; Avrome Boshwit, Benjamin Goodman, Jr., Miss Stella Lowenstein and Mrs. Neuton Stern, Memphis; Alexander Brest and David Lasarow, Jacksonville; Julien Eliasberg, Selma; Bernard Fensterwald, Fred Goldner and Hirsh Kaplan, Nashville; Sam J. Israel, Sheffield; Morris Kirschman, J. Simpson Mathis. E. Kirby Newburger and Leon RittcnbePg, New Orleans; M. J. Kopelowitz, Stanley C. Myers and Max Orovitz, Miami; Stanley Lachman and ?Ienry Morris. Chattanooga; Mrs. Gustav Lichtenfels, Asheville; Bernard Lobman and Henry Weil, Montgomery; Rabbi David Shor, Helena; Morris Sosnik* Winston-Salcm; Louis L. Switzer. Vicksburg; Morris J. Weiss. Alexandria; Max Wolf, Knoxville. FREIGHTER DOCKS IN CUBA; 17 HARROWING DAYS ASEA Havana (W N S)—The dilapidated Spanish freighter Navemar, with 1,200 weary refugees crowded into every inch of space, arrived here after 17 harrowing days at sea. For 360 Jewish refugees, who possessed Cuban visas, it marked the end of a horrible voyage aboard what was aptly described by refugee r aid officials as a "floating concentration camp." The remaining refugees remained on board the freighter, which normally has accommodations for 18 passengers, to continue the trip to the United States. The arrival here of the Navemar was preceded by reports that epidemics had broken out among the packed-in refugees but Cuban medical authorities presumably found nothing amiss since they permitted the 360 refugees to debark. STAR OF DAVID TO BE WORN BY ALL JEWS OVER 6 Zurich (WNS)—All Jews over six years of age in the Reich and the protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia must wear a large yellow star of David (mogen david) with the black superscription, "Jew," according to a sweeping decree issued by Nazi Secret Police Chief Reinhard Heydrich Any Jew over six who appears in public without the yellow star sewed to his clothing will be subject to a fine of 150 marks or six weeks' imprisonment. The new regulation will become effective on Monday, September 15th. At the same time, the Nazi secret police head forbid Jews to leave the districts in which they live without special police permission. This order will have the effect of creating invisible ghetto barriers since the Jews will be allowed to leave their districts only on extremely rare occasions. The new regulations, following on the heels of the recent Nazi edict banning emigration from Germany of all Jews. Tokyo (WNS)—A shortage of Jews in Japan was believed to be the primary reason for the unexpected poor attendance last week at the first organized antiJewish rally in the history of Japan. There were less than 1,000 persons present. A PLEA TO EVERY JEW tf you are at all interested in your Jewish community, in its integrity and progress, and in Jewish education, you can show your interest during the coming weeks and the Hinh Holy Days, by becoming a member of one of the synagogues in our community, and by praying in one of the established synagogues of Greater Miami. Whoever goes to a so-called "mushroom synagogue" set up in a hotel or other place of business by individuals for their private gain, by so doing, not only refuses to help the Jewish community in its work through its synagogues and religious schools, but actually does serious damage to the welfare of our community, mocks at the sacredness of Jewish worship, and withdraws his supporting hand, so greatly needed by those working for the Jewish present and future. We plead with you, and through you with your friends and neighbors, to come to the aid of your people and faith by worshipping at and joining only the established synagogues of Greater Miami. (Signed) Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. JEWISH CENTER OF MIAMI BEACH TO OPEN SUNDAY The newly built Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., will be officially opened to the public Sunday, Sept. 14th at 2:30 p. m. according to Leo Robinson, chairman of arrangements. The dedication will be marked by impressive ceremonies attended by many prominent leaders in Greater Miami. The program will be opened by Rabbi Dr. Samuel Bension, newly elected Rabbi of the Center. Mr. Robinson will preside as chairman for the festivities planned. Greetings and addresses will be delivered by Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan, Abraham Kellner, Moses Mescheloff, Max Shapiro and Colman Zwitman. Ancient melodies chanted by the cantors of the local congregations and a violin solo by Dave Lester, and Lynn Barrett (Winnie Belber), vocalist accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Ann Belber, are included in the program. Only one wing of the Center has thus far been completed. An additional building is planned to house a gymnasium and swimming pool and all necessary facilities for athletic and physical culture activities, club rooms, class rooms, social and dramatic events. A series of concerts by famous artists and a forum to be addressed by lecturers of the highest renown has been arranged for the coming season. Arrangements have been made for more than 700 worshippers to be accommodated in the synagogue during the coming services on the Jewish High Holy Days commencing Sept. 21st. The religious school will have enrollment for classes this week. Among the distinguished guests invited for the occasion are: C. H. Reeder. mayor of Miami; John Levy, councilman of Miami Beach; Claude Renshaw, city manager of Miami Beach; Stanley C. Myers, chairman of Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds; Thomas J. Pancoast, president of Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce; Agnes Purnell, secretary of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce; J. Y. Gooch. president of the Miami Chamber of Commerce; Rev. J. Max Cook, Baptist church; Rt. Msgr. William Barry, Catholic church; Rev. R. Wiley Scott, Community church; Rev. W. J. Churchwell. Methodist church; Rev. W. C. Cumming, Presbyterian church; Rev. Theodore Bartusch. Lutheran church; and a representative of the Christian Science church. MIAMI RABBINICAL BODY TO MEET MONDAY EVENING A call for a meeting by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association for Monday evening at 8 p. m. at the Y. M. H. A. for all those interested in a united Talmud Torah project has been issued. Several plans are now ready for submission and their feasibility will be discussed at that time. This is the first step resulting from preliminary study by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Survey Committee appointed some time ago. J IMBmumMBBMIW I i. L



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1941 +Jewisli fkriafiatn PAGE THREE KING'S. 2 ^^ KOMMENTS 0 0 0 0 The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian At his age for a fellow You'd think he'd be mild and mellow But does he get in a rage! Yes—and at his age Common sense he has a lot To use it—afraid he's forgot From many he has admiration Use his head—he's a sensation But alas and alack— 'Tis sad but a fact— He wont listen to reason He's accused of treason He's stubborn and tough You can't tell him enough To change his ways and mind Accomplish along the right line And being a member of the bar You'd think with things as they are That knocking he would quit With the council he would sit To do much good— As all of us should. When organizations have rules and regulations. King voices the opinion that they should be adhered to and with no exceptions made banker, lawyer, business man. Information and lists should be given to no one pressure and pull be damned Several huddles of the Clergy which might be termed "Councils of War" were held to determine the attitude towards the new institution which this week has blossomed into full bloom— King's afraid they have no choice King after these four short weeks of Kommenting feels that he is on substantial ground enough to further Komment that some of these columnists or shall King say—would be columnists—would be better termed columNISHTS ... a word to the wise King ponders the thought that those so anxious to raise funds and establish a "Home for the Aged" are looking for a "Home for themselves." A united Talmud Torah movement once again steps forward. King sees great good if dictatorship direction is eliminated—doesn't sound as if much has been said but a united Talmud Torah must be a community project. Our brethren in no uncertain terms have been told to stay away from the golf course of one of the country clubs here—Definitely no — wanted. It is a semi-private institution. And how will you determine who are those that are forbidden Ohwe can tell—just look at them Suppose we come as a guest of a member—then we'll have to let you play—but that don't happen very often. The matter is being looked into. The 'Magna Carta' of one of the local organizations is at present being scrutinized as not being what it should be ... What's a charter more or less. BRITISH JEWS JOIN IN DAY OF PRAYER LEAD BY RABBI London (W N S)—Synagogues throughout Great Britain were crowded with thankful Jewish Worshippers as British Jewry participated in England's third national day of prayer. The most impressive ceremony took place in London where Chief Rabbi Joseph H. Hertz, speaking from the ruins of the Great Synagogue, which was severely damaged in a Nazi air raid one year ago, told thousands of Jews that "unshakable is our conviction that victory will crown the righteous cause of Britain and that the Great Synagogue will rise again." For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation RARE FEDEKAL 4 5 ;4M up MIAMI NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,100,000 J. M. LIPTON. President POLISH CUBIT INCLUDES JEW IN NEW SEHP London (WNS)—Premier Gen. Sikorski presented tangible evidence that Jews will be accorded equal political and economic rights in the new post-war Poland when he appointed Dr. Herman Lieberman, Polish Jewish Socialist leader, as Minister of Justice of the exiled Polish Government. Dr. Lieberman, one of the Socialist leaders imprisoned by Marshal Josef Pilsudski ten years ago. will be the first Jewish Cabinet member in the history of Poland. He replaces Marian Seyda, anti-Semitic Polish Nationalist, who resigned because of his opposition to the treaty recently concluded between Soviet Russia and the Polish Government-in-exile. The appointment of Dr. Lieberman, who has been living in exile for many years, was hailed in Jewish circles here as the dawn of a new era of friendship between Poles and Jews. The appointment of the Jewish Socialist leader came as a blow to Polish Endek leaders here who had hoped to win over General Sikorski to their anti-Semitic program. At the same time, a movement was launched to include at least three Jews in the Polish National Council, which was dissolved by President Raczkiewiecz and will be reorganized with several Polish leaders who have been recently released from exile in Soviet Russia. Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbart is at present the sole Jewish member of the Polish National Council. The inclusion of three Jewish representatives in the National Council is sought on the ground that the Jews constitute almost ten percent of the total population in Poland. It was believed likely that the request for increased Jewish representation in the Council would be granted. Zionist circles here have advanced the names of Prof. Moses Schorr, Chief Rabbi of Poland, and Dr. Emil Sommerstein, former deputy of the Polish Parliament, for membership in the new National Council. Rabbi Schorr and Dr. Sommerstein were expected to be released in Moscow momentarily. Another possibility is Jacob Trokenheim, former Polish Senator, whose candidacy is supported by the Agudas Israel. REPRESENTATIVE DICKSTEIN URGES COMMITTEE TPROBE New York (WNS)—Urging a Congressional investigation into the activities of the America First Committee, Representative Samuel Dickstein of New York charged that the isolationist group "acts as a sort of front" for anti-American, pro-Nazi and other organizations which have fascistic tendencies. In a telegram to Rep. Martin Dies, chairman of the House Committee to investigate unAmerican activities, Mr. Dickstein said: "Important your committee investigate the America First Committee, Inc. Your committee is authorized to do so unI der terms of resolution creating it. There is no question that this I group is engaged in business of I appeasing the dictators and seek! ing to organize the American people for fascistic aims. a College students needing part time employment register for appointment with JOSEPH A. BERMAN Vocational Guidance Director at the Y. M. H. A., 1567 S. W. Sth Street or B'nai B'rith office. 722 Seybold Bldg. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ With the approach of the High Holidays, our thoughts turn to our fall program of activities. This year Maurice Grossman, executive director, has prepared one of the finest cultural programs to be conducted in this vicinity. Many projects are planned the first of which is the Adult Forum Group which will commence on Tuesday, October 21 and will be conducted the first and third Tuesdays af the month thereafter. It is planned to have a topic discussed at every Forum with a moderator in charge. The following is the tentative program and subjects scheduled for the balance of the year. October 21—"Once again as in the faithful days of 1917, the United States had pledged to aid Great Britain. What are the issues at stake?" November 4—"Do the legislatures of the various states pass too many laws? Are not the present laws on the statute books adequate to cope with the present day crises?" November 18—"What can the public do to assist the authorities in enforcing the criminal laws? Are present criminal laws adequate to cope with the existing crime situation?" The subjects of the other Forum meetings have not as yet been selected but will be announced in a later issue. The executive director invited some of the outstanding leaders in the community to conduct these Forums and as soon as favorable replies are received, the same will be announced. In addition. Mr. Grossman plans to have meetings wherein the members of the various Jewish organizations in this area will be the guests of honor. It is also planned to have a Jewish Information Please Night which will be similar to the Information Please program conducted over the air except for the fact that the questions asked will pertain to Jewish problems. In addition there will be two courses. The first will be a course in parliamentary procedure conducted by Hon. E. Albert Pallot. The second will be a public speaking course. The name of the instructor is not available yet. Post Yom Kippur Dance The annual Post Yom Kippur Dance will be held this year on Wednesday evening, October 1, at 9 o'clock at the Y auditorium. Charles Blau is chairman and is assisted by the following: advisory chairman, E. Albert Pallot; ticket chairman, Nat Blumberg and Mrs. Julius Jacobs; publicity, Harry Schwartz: photography. Herman Waitsman; sound equipment, Carol Band; floor show, Jules Wilson; decorations, Jean Seitlin and Al Reisman; posters, Frank Rose, Al Berkowitz; refreshments, Joseph Schaffer; entertainment. Dr. Samuel Beckman, Dolly Pont, Mildred Rubenstein, Mrs. Iris Blumberg, Mrs. Molly Belov, Bea Merlin, Mildren Berkowitz, Muddy Grossman, Joseph A. Berman Pete Silverman and Phil Berkowitz; box office, Mrs. Norman Jacobs and Miriam Sager; secretary, Shirley Rothschild. More details in future columns. For legal advertising phone 2-1141 and our representative will call for your copy. 1415 EUCLID AVE. TELEPHONE 5-5625 Now Accepting Seat Reservations for the High Holy Days. Admission is Free and All Are Welcome at the SELICHOT SERVICES &ttubday,£e4it. 13 AT MIDNIGHT Rev. Dr. Samuel Bension founder of the Cleveland Jewish Center and former Rabbi of the leading Congregations at Chicago and New York, will speak on "Taking Stock at Midnight" CANTOR BERELE KELEMER will conduct the services The Office is Open Daily from 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. Information Gladly Given NEW MODE DO MORE WITH LE \y COOKI KKaC3E9 Hollywood Ft. Liuiiilili Miami B • c h Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicioui Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meat* 37th and Normal Av*. Chicago % %  KaafWfBpiiSBfeiitaj



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1941 vJewisti for Mian PAGE FIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 136 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1173 Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7:30 a.m. Evening Services 6 :00 p.m. Saturday morning 8 :30 a.m. Sunday morning 8 :00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily—9-12 a.m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach JR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI 1565 Jefferson Avenue Office Phone—5-5625 Miami Beach Mrs. Louis Mtrgnlitt Reporting for Beth David ConfregotUy* and Sisterhood Slichos Services The "Slichos Services" will begin at the Beth David Synagogue this Saturday night at 11:30. Cantor Henry Marbein, assisted by the choir will chant the entire services. Promptly at 11:30 the Rabbi will speak on the subject "Dare We Face The Truth!" We urge all members and friends to attend these services preparatory to the High Holy Day season. It will be your first opportunity to hear our noted Cantor and the choir. We are looking forward to your presence. New Hebrew School Semester Registration for the Fall semester of the Beth David Hebrew School will take place at the office Monday and Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 5. Parents are requested to bring their children and register them this week. Registration must be final by Thursday. We ask you not to delay and attend to this immediately. Sunday School Registration Registration of pupils of the Beth David Sunday School will take place Sunday morning, September 28th at 10 o'clock. Parents are requested to bring their children and register them. Do not let the children come by themselves. High Holy Days Services A committee will be at the synagogue this week for the purpose of distributing the tickets for the High Holy Days. We ask all members and friends to come by and receive their tickets or call the office 2-1473. Uniform Services The Uniform services conducted throughout the entire High Holy Days season will be in Hebrew and English with Adler's Machzors as a prayer book. We urge every seat holder to purchase a set of two volumes from Mr. Bader or the office. Every Jewish home should possess a set of prayer books for the holidays. Congregational Meeting Members and wives are asked to be present without fail at an important Congregational meeting this Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the Beth David Auditorium. Presentation of the plans and program for the physical and spiritual maintenance of our institution will be made. The highlights of the meeting will be the introduction of our newly elected Cantor. It is necessary that every member who is interested in the welfare of our institution to be present to meet our Cantor, and to participate in the discussions of the evening. We are looking forward to seeing you. Do not fail us. Services for High Holy Days Service men, newcomers to America and indigent people who are unable to purchase tickets for the High Holy Days are asked to contact the office 2-1473, and arrangements will be made to take care of them. We advise all members and friends who know of such type to please notify us. We are primarily concerned not MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KBLLNBR, Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 3. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor 300 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-0828 TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. Selichot Services The traditional Selichot Services will be held on Saturday, September 13th at midnight. Cantor Berele Kelemer will conduct the services. Dr. Samuel Bension will speak on "Taking Stock at Midnight." At the morning services at 10 a. m. Dr. Bension will preach on "The Book and the Sword." At 5 p. m. the Mincha services are held by an Oneg Shabbat hour at which Sueda Shlishit refreshments are served. A program of traditional melodies and modern Palestine songs is presented and Dr. Bension will speak on "This is the Life." High Holy Day Seat Reservations A committee is in attendance daily at the office from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. to serve all desiring to reserve seats for the High Holy Days. Dr. Samuel Bension assisted by Cantor Berele Kelemer will conduct the services. Adler's uniform prayer book with the English translation will be used. A schedule of the High Holy Day services and the subjects of Dr. Bension's sermons will be published in the next issue of the Floridian. Hebrew and Sunday School The registration of pupils for the daily Hebrew School and the Religious School, which will meet on Sunday mornings, commencing with the Children's Succoth Celebration on Sunday, October 12th, is now in progress. Both schools will be under the personal supervision of Dr. Bension in cooperation with a faculty of trained expert teachers. Hebrew school classes will begin Wednesday, September 24, 3:30 p. m. Young People's Organisation The Miami Beach Jewish Center invites applications for membership from men and women. Our facilities provide for religious, educational, social, and cultural activities. The plans provide also for an additional building equipped to provide adequate facilities for athletic and physical culture activities. SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a.m. Second M in yon 8:00 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maarir 8:00 p. in Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 8:30 a. m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21et Terrace only with their welfare, but that no one worship at any "Mushroom Synagogue" in this area, for it not only casts a reflection upon their character, but it is a Mokem-Tomae," it is a place unfit for the word or name of God to be mentioned. eat and drink AT JENKINS' LITTLE INN OPEN ALL NIGHT Cor S. E. 1 Ave. & S. E. 1 St, TO CHECK V^i J^*^ IN /DAYS ODD For Legal advertising phone 2-1141 and a representative will call for your copy. Slichos Services The traditional midnight Slichos services will begin on Saturday night coming promptly at midnight. Rabbi Abraham Kellner will preach preceeding the services on "Finding Fault" and the musical portion of the services will be rendered by Cantor Joseph Malek and his fullytrained choir of fifteen voices. Seatholders and their friends are cordiaHy welcome. Ticket Committee The ticket sales committee headed by H. M. Drewich will be in the synagogue Saturday night all evening preceeding the Slichos Services and every weekday morning between 10 and 12 and every evening between 7 and 10. We urge everyone to make their reservations promptly to avoid delay and disappointment. Board of Directors The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be held on Tuesday night, September 16th at 8:30 p. m. in the Talmud Torah Hall. Final arrangements for the High Holiday Services will be made and members of the Board are urged to be prompt in their attendance. Talmud Torah Regular classes will begin on Monday at 3:30 p. m. and will be continued every weekday between the hours of 3:30 and 6 p. m. Parents are asked not to delay the registrations of children. The following pupils received National Defense Savings Stamps as prizes for perfect attendance in August: Barry Geltner, Herbert Geltner, Leon Kassin, Lillian Malek, Joe Mintzer, Charles Rosenbluth and Bernard Swichkow. Refuo Shlemo We pray for the speedy and complete recovery of our dear Sisters, Mrs. Max Solloway and Mrs. Murray Shulman and hope that they will soon rejoin their loved ones in good health. Maael Tor We are happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prusoff who celebrated this week their 25th wedding anniversary. We hope that they will live to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Congratulations We extend sincere congratulations to two young ladies of our synagogue who were honored with scholarships at the University of Miami. Miss Rita Grossman and Miss Phylis Shulman were among the original founders of the Habonoth group and both rendered valuable services to our shul and Sunday School. Their achievements are of a source of pride to all of us. Children's Services The children of the Talmud Torah participate in the services every Sabboth morning under the supervision of the Rabbi and the Cantor. The congregational responses are taught to the children by Cantor Malek and Rabbi Kellner has issued a call to all boys of past bar mitzvah age to join in a junior synagogue group TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 Selichoss Services Selichoss services will be held this Saturday night in our synagogue at midnight. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the subject "With Open Eyes." Cantor Mamches will chant the services with the assistance of our choir. Choir We have this year, we believe, the best and largest choir in our history, and in greater Miami this year. It is under the leadership of A. L. Mechlowitz, and includes Joel La Pato, Louis Teitelbaum, Irving Laibson, Bernard E. Teitelbaum, Herman Mechlowitz and Norman Burton. They will sing during Selichoss services. Radio Hour Our cantor and choir will sing on the Jewish Hour over radio station WIOD this Sunday at 4:30 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Religious Awakening." Holy Day Seats Beginning with Selichoss night, tickets for the High Holy Days will be on sale at the synagogue daily from 9 to 12 each morning and from 5 to 10 each evening. We urge early purchase of seats for a better selection. Religious School Official registration of children in our Hebrew School classes and for our Sunday morning sessions will be held this Monday from 4 to 7 p. m. in the Talmud Torah building office. We plead with all parents to register their children this Monday so we can arrange our classes to the best advantage. The subjects taught the opening weeks of our school semester are most important for the proper preparation of children for the reception of the Holy Days we celebrate this month. Siyum Rabbi Mescheloff will hold a Siyum over a Talmudic Tract this Saturday afternoon during Shalosh S'oodoss. Mr. M. Feit will supply the refreshments. Welcome Home We are happy to welcome back to our midst our president, M. B. Frank, his wife and daughter, who spent a brief vacation in New York. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, September 12th, services conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Benj. H. Kohl announce the Bar Mitzvah celebration of their son, Danny, to be held at the Temple services, Friday evening, September 19th. A reception will follow. Temple Calendar Friday evening, September 19th, 1941, services at 8:15 p. m. Friday, September 19th, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., High Holy Day Seating committee shall be present at the Temple. Arrangements for the High Holy Days may be made. Sunday, September 21st, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., arrangements for Temple attendance with High Holy Day Seating committee. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." 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The refugee did not discover this until he arrived at his place of employment When his gentile employer interceded with the Beach Men's Shop to rectify the wrong handling and exchange the article, the owner first took the shirt, then insulted the employer and proceeded to assault him physically. Furthermore, when approached by a representative of the ADL the shopkeeper refused to do anything about the incident passed the buck to a salesman who is supposedly is out of the city indefinitely Now he has both the shirt and the purchase money and the ill feeling toward an individual dishonest Jew is easily transferred to the group as a whole. We say again, oh for the days of the cherem! ... or at least its modern equivalent. Read and Remember An exciting piece of non-fiction is "Battles of A Bystander," by Franz Spencer (Liveright, New York $2.50) The author, a former newspaperman and German film director, now in Hollywood, covers the wars from 1919 to 1939. Spencer details many colorful incidents, tells about the Communist revolution in Germany, the start and development of the Soviet Revolution, the Nazi espionage system, the regimentation of life in Germany, etc. To us, though, two portions of the book stand out most vividly. One offers a good subject for speculation—always an interesting pastime ... In February, 1931, Spencer, while motoring with a friend, saw Hitler walking down a road where he might have killed him, but didn't. How different the course of history might have been had he acted on that day! He could have destroyed the monster before he unleashed the brown deluge over Europe. Then there is the writer's reference to the refugee problem. the sad touching story of Wiesner Waiting below the American border in Mexico for an entrance on the quota, he finds himself forever banned because he has contracted tuberculosis. But the plight of the German Jewish refugee waiting longingly south of the Rio Grande for his quota number to be called sometimes has its happy ending too. Many times, in spite of all red tape, the day comes when "he shakes the consul's hand, packs his belongings and proudly climbs into the car which will carry him across the American STRICTLY IL Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) some revisions before it appears on Broadway Gertrude Berg, creator of radio's Molly Goldberg and family, is thinking of writing a play for Broadway production this season ... It the life of Houdini, the famous magician, is filmed, it'll be Paul Muni who plays the part of the great prestidigitator Jimmy Fidler insists that Greta Garbo and Dr. Benjamin G. Hauser got married not long ago And near Reno, of all Dlaces PICTORIAL NEWS We wonder how many Zionists know that way back in 1648 a petition, favorably accepted by the British authorities, specified that "this Nation of England, with the Inhabitants of the Nether-lands, shall be the first and readiest to transport Israeles Sons & Daughters in their Ships to the Land promised to their fore-Fathers, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, for an everlasting Inheritance" This was in the famous petition presented by Johanna Cartwright and her son Ebenezer border The great grandson of the wandering Jew has found a new home!" Makes us think somewhat of Mary Antin's "Promised Land." And so, once again, gut shabbos! BUY A SHARE This is YOUR America — yours to love, protect And in this flaming year, when nations and ideals are tottering, the savings you place in government defense stamps and bonds are an investment in America — and in your future! For your convenience, your Sunshine Service company is maintaining a "stamp bank" — where you can buy government defense stamps. And every penny, from smallest stamp to conversion into interest-bearing bonds, will help 'defend your America. 'Start your defense savings stamp book today. They are available at any Sunshine Service office, and you can start for as little as 25 cents! FLORIDA PO GMT COMPANY for the re-admission of the Jews to England, which Cromwell eventually granted .A facsimile of two pages of this petition appears in Volume Four of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia Other pictures you'll find particularly interesting in this volume are photographs of Jacob Epstein's controversial sculptures "Genesis" and "Adam" Then there's a photo, highly ironical in the light of recent events, showing a poster of thanks put up in France by Jewish refugees who had found shelter there And, just to prove to yourself that there's nothing new under the sun, you can also take a look at the reproductions of two pictures illustrating the article on Franfort on Main One is a vivid presentation of Jew-baiting as practised in 1819, and the other shows the plundering of the Frankfort ghetto in 1614 And now, if you want to have your faith in peace on earth to men good will restored, turn to page 69 of this volume, where you'll find a photograph which looks for all the world like an oldfashioned Christmas card, but actually represents the B'nai Israel Synagogue at Elmira, N. Y. PALMER IS APPOINTED AS LIASON DIRECTOR FOR DADE Colonel Sidney H. Palmer, president of Beth David Congregation and active in numerous other organizations has been appointed Liason Director between the Defense Council of Dade County and the Y. M. H. A. and Jewish Welfare Board, groups that are preparing to provide entertainment an facilities for service men visiting the city. The appointment was made by R. A. Williams, chairman. LEGAL NEWS Mr. Isaac Joffe has announced the opening of offices for the general practice of law at 1110-15 Biscayne Building, Miami, Fla. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JAY'S MEN'S SHOP Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERMAN BRAUNSTEIN* BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Applicant 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of E. & J. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1341
fJenisii FkrMten
PAGE THREE
NO FREEDOM WITHOUT FAITH
By DR. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN
(CONTINUED TROM PAGE 2)
democracy. In this respect our
democracy always differed from
similar institutions elsewhere;
whereas in other countries demo-
cracy was often unreligious, and
sometimes anti-religious, in
America it was essentially re-
ligious and essentially part of
the religious tradition.
The American concept of hu-
man dignity is pait of a tradition
that transcends all denomination-
al religious and at the same time
fosters their separate and active
existence. It is a tradition, which
properly understood can secure
us against danger.
The erroneous assumption of
nineteenth century liberalism,
that the spread of knowledge
alone would lead to the general
acceptance, of democracy, today
stands disproved. In all totali-
tarian states the technique of
mass education has been used
not for mass elevation but for
mass confusion, while their gov-
ernments went about the system-
atic task of destroying demo-
cracy itself.
How was this possible?
For its persistence, democracy
requires something deeper than
knowledge and more powerful
than education. It must have de-
votion. Only a people whom no
allurement can persuade to bar-
ter away its liberties, can be re-
garded as safe from the dangers
of demagogical find corrupt gov-
ernment. This dovotion can be
found only where there is a re-
ligious, as against a merely secu-
lar, insistence on the value of
freedom.
If the present conflict is to lead
not only to a temporary treaty of
peace, but to the conditions of
enduring peace, there will be
need to overcome the cynicism
which, attaining extreme propor-
tions in totalitarianism, is also
found elsewhere. Totalitarian-
ism and aggression are the in-
evitable results of an over-em-
phasis on temporal achievement
and on power.
Prophetic religion, in its in-
sistence on human dignity and
the abiding value of truth and
reason as a mode of worship, in-
dicates the manner in which ci-
vilization could be saved.
The High Holidays strongly re-
mind us of this aspect of our
faith. Perhaps no generation be-
fore ours has prayed a*, fervently
as we must, that "all men may
be made into a single confedera-
tion to serve God with a perfect
heart." The events of our time
suggest that this prayer will be
fulfilled, at least in part, in our
own lives.
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sions have driven his juggernaut
to further bloodshed and destruc-
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which it has long forgotten, that
to the. wild heart, especially to
one armed with the most efficient
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ror, no brutality is impossible,
that to the being who has cut
away all the influence of two
thousand years of morality, of
humanity, of European civiliza-
tion, no crime is inconceivable.
And the Jews of Europe have
been the principal, though by no
means the only, sufferers from
the revival of the furer Teuton-
icus. The sufferings of these
Jewries and the consequent
threat to the Jews throughout
the world have dominated the
history of the Diaspora through-
out the year just drawing to a
close.
Germany
In a manner reminiscent of Oc-
tober, 1938, deportation of Polish
Jews from Germany, thousands
were shipped in carloads from
the provinces of Baden and the
Lalantinate, as well as from Al-
sace-Lorraine, to the internment:
camps in unoccupied France.
Some authorities interpreted this
mass expulsion as one of the
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1341 fJenisii FkrMten PAGE THREE NO FREEDOM WITHOUT FAITH By DR. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN (CONTINUED TROM PAGE 2) democracy. In this respect our democracy always differed from similar institutions elsewhere; whereas in other countries democracy was often unreligious, and sometimes anti-religious, in America it was essentially religious and essentially part of the religious tradition. The American concept of human dignity is pait of a tradition that transcends all denominational religious and at the same time fosters their separate and active existence. It is a tradition, which properly understood can secure us against danger. The erroneous assumption of nineteenth century liberalism, that the spread of knowledge alone would lead to the general acceptance, of democracy, today stands disproved. In all totalitarian states the technique of mass education has been used not for mass elevation but for mass confusion, while their governments went about the systematic task of destroying democracy itself. How was this possible? For its persistence, democracy requires something deeper than knowledge and more powerful than education. It must have devotion. Only a people whom no allurement can persuade to barter away its liberties, can be regarded as safe from the dangers of demagogical find corrupt government. This dovotion can be found only where there is a religious, as against a merely secular, insistence on the value of freedom. If the present conflict is to lead not only to a temporary treaty of peace, but to the conditions of enduring peace, there will be need to overcome the cynicism which, attaining extreme proportions in totalitarianism, is also found elsewhere. Totalitarianism and aggression are the inevitable results of an over-emphasis on temporal achievement and on power. Prophetic religion, in its insistence on human dignity and the abiding value of truth and reason as a mode of worship, indicates the manner in which civilization could be saved. The High Holidays strongly remind us of this aspect of our faith. Perhaps no generation before ours has prayed a*, fervently as we must, that "all men may be made into a single confederation to serve God with a perfect heart." The events of our time suggest that this prayer will be fulfilled, at least in part, in our own lives. WIPF OUT Make Your Typewriter a I i ing Machine for* a day by Business Losses using the amazing new caused by inaccurate records y^^ r^ Xi Use th tV3lX I SPEED-PEED EGRY TRU-PAK *Yee demonstrations in your own office on request. Phone H. C. KOPPLOW. Jr. SALES AGENT 309 Professional Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 2-1174 eat and drink AT JENKINS' LITTLE INN OPEN AXL NIGHT Cor S. E. 1 Ave. & S. 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TODAY. BEHBOn 19, 1941
* Jewish Fk irSdliiain
PAGE FIVE
57111
11 YEAR OP BLOOD,
SWEAT ID TEARS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
to fit their pattern. Premier An-
tonescu speeded a systematic
cold pogrom, fashioned after the
Nazi model of eliminating Jews
from the economic life of the
country "legally" by decree. Ev-
en the Jewish religious and com-
munal life was restricted.
In January, a pogrom against
Jews in the Tzarist and Hungar-
ian White Guard manner took
place. The presence of German
troops, called in ostensibly to
"'preserve order," did not prevent
the mass butchering of Jews by
the rebel Iron Gua-d and the de-
struction of their homes and in-
stitutions in different parts of
the country.
Bulgaria
Even prior to its factual capit-
ulation, Bulgaria, a classical
country of Jewish equality and
model Jewish community life,
too. acknowledged in effect its de-
pendence upon the Axis by adopt-
ing on October 4, 1940, its first
anti-Jewish decree. Later, when
her position became more critic-
al, she attempted a partial ap-
peasement of Germany at the ex-
pense of her loyal Jewish citizens
by adopting an anti-Jewish bill
much severer than its earlier pro-
posed draft. The execution of
measures was accompanied
by mass arrest of Jews and op-
ponents of Nazi domination.
Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia, by introducing a
numerus clausus in schools in
most of the country and by re:
striding Jewish participation in
the wholesale food trade, em-
barked on measures which usu-
ally constitute first steps in Nazi
appeasement. The wholesale food
business, it should be noted, is
closely connected with Reich eco-
nomic policy.
Poland
Poland, now somewhat in the
background of events, was the
source of more harrowing news.
The largest ghetto in history was
introduced in Warsaw where
about 400.000 Jews were segre-
gated behind eight-foot walls.
Elsewhere, restrictions on food
and clothing, confiscation of Jew-
ish communal funds, and inten-
sification of hate propaganda
among the Poles continued. From
the parts of Poland incorporated
in the Reich came news of the
demolition of many synagogues
in order to eradicate the memory
of ancient Jewish communities.
Soviet Rustia
With the unexpected Nazi in-
vasion of Soviet Russia on June
22, a new phase in the Hitler war
began. To date, a part of Bes-
sarabia, most of the Baltic reg-
ions, all of the former Polish
White Russian territory, as well
as Galicia, which Hitler permit-
ted the Russians to occupy in
1939, following their non-aggres-
sion pact, have been brought un-
der Nazi domination.
From all the countries under
IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT
WE EXTEND
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
C. & G. GIFT SHOP
GREETING CARDS FOR
ALL OCCASIONS"
217' 2 N. E. First Avenue
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PURITAN
DAIRY
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PHONE 3-5333
Nazi domination reports continue
to come of heroic resistance of
the native populations to the new
Nazi rule. Their opposition is
frequently expressed against an-
ti-Semitism and clandestine aid
to Jews.
Great Britain
In Great Britain, the adjust-
ment of Jewisn communal life to '
active wartime conditions con-
tinued. From Britain and the na-
tions of the Commonwealth, in
addition to news .elating to vig-
orous participation of Jews in the
fighting forces, progress was
made in all fields of community
endeavor, particularly in educa-
tion, relief and Palestine recon-
struction.
In Palestine, more Jews have
been accepted in the British
armed units in which the prin-
ciple of numerical parity between
Arabs and Jews was still main-
tained. No changes in the inter-
pretation of the Mandate have
been reported, although the pos-
sibility was strongly intimated.
A statement on January 27 by
Viscount Halifax, British Ambas-
sador to the United States, indi-
cated his government's intention
to consider the readjustment of
Palestine policy and the creation
of a distant Palestme army corps.
Negotiations with the Mandatory
for the establishment of such a
Jewish army are still going on.
In view of the changing strategic
situation in the Middle East, par-
ticularly the Nazi occupation of
Bulgaria, efforts to utilize the ca-
pacity of Palestine for war pro-
duction were vigorously pressed
by the government and aided
considerably by Jewish initia-
tive, planning and scientific re-
search.
The final British victory in Sy-
ria and Iran increased the fut-
ure safety of the Holy Land. This
favorable turn of events has not.
however, lessened the desire of
the Jewish community in Pales-
tine to make its own contribu-
tion of men and arms in this
common battle for democracy.
United States
In the United States most
events were overshadowed by the
campaign which resulted in the
election of President Roosevelt.
The campaign was marked by de-
liberate efforts to inject a "Jew-
ish issue" into politics and by ap-
peals to different sections of the
population for their votes as re-
ligious or ethnic olocs.
Results of political primary
contests afforded reassuring in-
dications that voters are deter-
mined to reject the spurious pat-
riotism of avowed anti-Semites
who were candidates for nomina-
tion to various offices. This year
has seen the first extended efforts
by self-declared anti-Semites to
seek public office on anti-Semitic
platforms. Such candidates failed
to survive the primary contests,
the most notable failure being
that of Joseph E. McWilliams.
would-be leader of the United
States, who went down to defeat
in the alleged stronghold of
Nazism, New York's Yorkville
section.
The most important event in
Jewish communal affairs was the
dissolution, as of December 31, of
the United Jewish Appeal and
the subsequent successful nego-
tiations for its reconstruction
which occupied the attention of
the Jewish community.
Such significance was attached
in Zionist circles to the formation
of the American Palestine Com-
mittee, in which many prominent
Americans of all faiths joined for
the purpose of supporting the
Jewish National Home in Pales-
tine.
The nation was shocked by the
circumstances surrounding the
tragic death of Congressman M.
Michael Edelstein of New York,
who was fatally stricken with a
heart attack follo-ving his spirit-
ed defense of democracy in reply
to the anti-Semitic accusations
uttered on the floor of the House
by Representative John E. Rank-
in of Mississippi. Efforts to end
discrimination in defense indus-
tries, led by President Roosevelt
and Governor Lehman of New
York, also marked the period un-
der review.
HIGHLIGHTS OF
PAST YEAR IN
LITERARY
By FRANCES ZAMICHOW
A civilization is best reflected
in the literature, the art. the mu-
sic which are its natural ac-
couterments. In the past year.
our civilization has been under
the constant threat of the Nazi
blitzkreig, in some cases under
the unceasing fire of the Nazi at-
tempt to annihilate it. The strain
and tension which must come
with the fight for survival has
had an unmistakable influence
upon our literature. There is no
doubt that our desire to preserve
"this way of life" as against the
Nazi encroachments has shar-
pened to that end the use of the
printed word. In the past year
we have seen a new and deci-
sive purposefulness pervade what
we read, we have observed the in-
ception of and emphasis upon
evaluation, analysis and criti-
cism. The fight for self-sur-
vival has made us more keenly
aware of our weaknesses and
strengths and stimulated an eag-
erness to sandbag our defenses by
multiplying our strengths.
Among the many fine books of
the year, three stand forth as
the best exemplifications of this
trend. These include "Ambassa-
dor Dodd's Diary," "Berlin Di-
ary" by William -L. Shirer, and
"What Mein Kampf Means To
America" by Francis Hackett. In
the case of the first, "Ambassa-
dor Dodd's Diary," the personal
observations of pre-war diplo-
macy in Europe were not written
with an eye to publication and.
therefore, suffer from an in-
clusion of extraneous matters
which slow up reader interest.
However, throughout the diary
is felt the sharp impact of Am-
bassador Dodd's revulsion with
and analysis of appeasement tac-
tics in pre-war Europe. And as
the diary discloses the rotten-
ness and deviousness of behind-
the-scenes diplornncy. Ambassa-
dor Dodd conveys his own Jeffer-
sonian conception of democracy,
ideals upheld until the time of
his death. Published after the
death of the writer, the diary is
a scrutinizing indictment of ap-
peasement politics which were
responsible for the expansion of
Hitlerism.
Similarly, "'Berlin Diary" is
the personal, first-hand account
of a foreign correspondent who
spent five years in Berlin. Al-
though, at times their observa-
tions overlap, one finds in Wm.
L. Shirer's reports, facts which
as a newspaperman, were acces-
sible only to him. A violent de-
nunciation of Chamberlainian po-
litics colors his entire report and
supplies the loit-motif for his
diary. From a viewpoint of in-
formative reading, both are com-
pelling and valuable comple-
ments although "Berlin Diary"
sustains a better reader interest.
In the same vein of important
contributions follows, '"What
Mein Kampf Means to America"
by Francis Hackett. For a criti-
cal estimation of what the most
important single thesis means to
us today, this book rates undivi-
ded attention. As Mr. Hackett
puts it in his own forward: "Mein
Kampf is not literature any more
than a gun in your face is litera-
ture. It is action the value of
Mein Kampf is estimable en-
ables us to know what this pre-
cent war is about." The famous
critic and political commentator
takes Hitler's own plan of action
for world conquest and uses its
most pregnant ideas for a book
which will shock many of us to
a clearer and more thoughtful in-
terpretation of Nazism. Much of
what Mr. Hackett has said about
the importance of Mein Kampf
may be justly applied to his own
work. "What Mein Kampf Means
to America" is as necessary for a
contemporary full-view picture
of Hitler's world scheme as to-
day's headlines.
In direct relationship with Mr.
Hackett's own presentation is
"My New Order" by Hitler. Ed-
ited by Raoul de Roussy de Soles,
one of the top-ranking journalists
of the day, and with an introduc-
tion by Raymond Gram Swing,
the volume is an invaluable in-
sight to Hitler's ideologies, his
rise to.power and his subsequent
expansion. Accomplished by
seeking within the public
speeches of Hitler, made since
his Mein Kampf, the oratory that
carried a party, a regime and a
large part of Europe, and com-
plete with background and press
comments, the book is an incisive
and thorough revelation of Hit-
ler's mind.
Much of the valuable critical
and analytical works of the year
have not been directly concerned
with the Nazi regime or the rea-
sons which caused it. Some have
been inspired by the blitzkrieg
bombings, others have been based
on American life itself and still
others have been directly in-
spired by the plight of the many
individuals who have been forced
to leave their homelands and
wander in search of refuge. Cer-
tainly, of these latter, "We Es-
caped" edited and with an in-
troduction by Wm. A. Neilson.
stands forth as a stirring and
dramatic indictment of Nazi bru-
tality with and disregard of hu-
man life. This compilation of
twelve accounts of refugees now
have reached safety on American
shores is a remarkable disclosure
of Nazism in seven different
countries, of its effects on city-
dwellers and children of the I
farm, on laborers and profession-1
als. Completely unvarnished and
left exactly as the individuals
themselves told their stories, the j
book gains a strength and appeal
which this method of simple and i
sincere narration makes possible.
It results in a dramatic presenta-
tion of the sensational aspects.
the horrifying brutality, the
heartrending results with no
cheapening .or useless heighten-
ing which results from the stylis-
tic tricks which so many of the
novels based on these situations
have employed.
A different type of indictment
runs through one of the most
popular novels of the year
"What Makes Sammy Run" by
Budd Schulberg. This best seller,
with a New York to Hollywood
background, condemns, with the
use of its motif, the scheme of life
prevalent in the early twentieth
century. Sammy Glick. an ex-
emplification and by-product of
this dog eat dog road to success
ideo is a compelling and, at times,
pitiful exposition of the theme.
Although mistaking overstate-
ment and redundancy for em-
phasis, Budd Schulberg makes an
important contribution to the re-
cent school of contemplative and
critical American literature.
Chaotic events of the world
have turned a great many of our
eminent literary names to a con-
templation and analysis of the
values upon which they have
based their credos. Among these
has been Sholom Asch's "What 1
Believe." Although, from a cri-
tical estimate in terms of value
to or unlift for a reading public,
the work fails, it carries a cer-
tain amount of interest as a per-
sonal revelation of one of our
most famous writers.
With special interest to an
American Jewish reading public
and with marked reference to a
youth's reading list, certain gaps
in literature have been filled this
past year. Two worthy of men-
tion have been "The Fire Eater"
by Henry J. Berkowitz and "Ju-
dah Halevi in Granada" by Abra-
ham Burstein. These have been
written for the more youthful
readers and both serve their pur-
poses faithfully. The first carries
with it the additional interest of
information concerning one of
our greatest poets and writers
and fills in the background de-
with relationship to the post-war
world. The best comprehensive
and authoritative collection of
facts and figures necessary for
URGENT NEED
FDR EDUCATING
JEWISH YDUTH
Stating unqualified the ur-
gent need and necessity of evolv-
ing a plan whereby the youth of
the Greater Miami area would
Be given the opportunity to get
a thorough Jewish education, Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus
of Temple Israel and president of
the Florida and Greater Miami
Rabbinical Associations, opened
a city-wide gathering called by
the local body.
The gathering was called for
the purpose of discussing the
needs and feasibility of a united
Talmud Torah for the Greater
Miami area and representatives
from all the synagogues and sis-
terhoods and the spiritual heads
of the congregations were pre-
sent. Representatives of other
organizations were also present
as were men and women in the
area who were interested in the
education problem.
Dr. Kaplan introduced Stanley
C. Myers, immediate past presi-
dent and present chairman of the
board of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, who presided over
the meeting and led the discus-
sion.
Rabbis of the Rabbinical As-
sociation made brief addresses
citing the various phases of the
problem. The stunted growth of
the present system, the lack of
a complete curriculum, the phases
of Jewish training and higher
education not offered, the com-
petitiveness between congrega-
tions, the manner of finances,
small percentage of attendance,
the lack of sufficient and suitable
locations and physical facilities,
the elimination of particular dis-
likes of individual parents, and
the fact that the present system
operating for some time has not
proved adequate were among the
thoughts presented to the gath-
ering.
During the general discussion a
resolution was introduced and
unanimously adopted calling for
the creation of a unified system
of Jewish education and the im-
mediate organization of a united
Talmud Torah calling for a pro-
visional or ways and means com-
mittee to be appointed to pre-
pare definite plans for this or-
ganization including the prepara-
tion of a charter and by-laws and
that such committee submit a
report on October 8th, 1941.
Temporary officers appointed
were Maurice Grossman, chair-
man and Fred K. Shochet, secre-
tary.
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TODAY. BEH B On 19, 1941 *• Jewish Fk irSdliiain PAGE FIVE 57111 11 YEAR OP BLOOD, SWEAT ID TEARS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) to fit their pattern. Premier Antonescu speeded a systematic cold pogrom, fashioned after the Nazi model of eliminating Jews from the economic life of the country "legally" by decree. Even the Jewish religious and communal life was restricted. In January, a pogrom against Jews in the Tzarist and Hungarian White Guard manner took place. The presence of German troops, called in ostensibly to "'preserve order," did not prevent the mass butchering of Jews by the rebel Iron Gua-d and the destruction of their homes and institutions in different parts of the country. Bulgaria Even prior to its factual capitulation, Bulgaria, a classical country of Jewish equality and model Jewish community life, too. acknowledged in effect its dependence upon the Axis by adopting on October 4, 1940, its first anti-Jewish decree. Later, when her position became more critical, she attempted a partial appeasement of Germany at the expense of her loyal Jewish citizens by adopting an anti-Jewish bill much severer than its earlier proposed draft. The execution of measures was accompanied by mass arrest of Jews and opponents of Nazi domination. Yugoslavia Yugoslavia, by introducing a numerus clausus in schools in most of the country and by re : striding Jewish participation in the wholesale food trade, embarked on measures which usually constitute first steps in Nazi appeasement. The wholesale food business, it should be noted, is closely connected with Reich economic policy. Poland Poland, now somewhat in the background of events, was the source of more harrowing news. The largest ghetto in history was introduced in Warsaw where about 400.000 Jews were segregated behind eight-foot walls. Elsewhere, restrictions on food and clothing, confiscation of Jewish communal funds, and intensification of hate propaganda among the Poles continued. From the parts of Poland incorporated in the Reich came news of the demolition of many synagogues in order to eradicate the memory of ancient Jewish communities. Soviet Rustia With the unexpected Nazi invasion of Soviet Russia on June 22, a new phase in the Hitler war began. To date, a part of Bessarabia, most of the Baltic regions, all of the former Polish White Russian territory, as well as Galicia, which Hitler permitted the Russians to occupy in 1939, following their non-aggression pact, have been brought under Nazi domination. From all the countries under IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT WE EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL C. & G. GIFT SHOP %  •GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" 217' 2 N. E. First Avenue NEW YEAR GREETINGS PURITAN DAIRY 1G0 N. E. 30th Street PHONE 3-5333 Nazi domination reports continue to come of heroic resistance of the native populations to the new Nazi rule. Their opposition is frequently expressed against anti-Semitism and clandestine aid to Jews. Great Britain In Great Britain, the adjustment of Jewisn communal life to active wartime conditions continued. From Britain and the nations of the Commonwealth, in addition to news .elating to vigorous participation of Jews in the fighting forces, progress was made in all fields of community endeavor, particularly in education, relief and Palestine reconstruction. In Palestine, more Jews have been accepted in the British armed units in which the principle of numerical parity between Arabs and Jews was still maintained. No changes in the interpretation of the Mandate have been reported, although the possibility was strongly intimated. A statement on January 27 by Viscount Halifax, British Ambassador to the United States, indicated his government's intention to consider the readjustment of Palestine policy and the creation of a distant Palestme army corps. Negotiations with the Mandatory for the establishment of such a Jewish army are still going on. In view of the changing strategic situation in the Middle East, particularly the Nazi occupation of Bulgaria, efforts to utilize the capacity of Palestine for war production were vigorously pressed by the government and aided considerably by Jewish initiative, planning and scientific research. The final British victory in Syria and Iran increased the future safety of the Holy Land. This favorable turn of events has not. however, lessened the desire of the Jewish community in Palestine to make its own contribution of men and arms in this common battle for democracy. United States In the United States most events were overshadowed by the campaign which resulted in the election of President Roosevelt. The campaign was marked by deliberate efforts to inject a "Jewish issue" into politics and by appeals to different sections of the population for their votes as religious or ethnic olocs. Results of political primary contests afforded reassuring indications that voters are determined to reject the spurious patriotism of avowed anti-Semites who were candidates for nomination to various offices. This year has seen the first extended efforts by self-declared anti-Semites to seek public office on anti-Semitic platforms. Such candidates failed to survive the primary contests, the most notable failure being that of Joseph E. McWilliams. would-be leader of the United States, who went down to defeat in the alleged stronghold of Nazism, New York's Yorkville section. The most important event in Jewish communal affairs was the dissolution, as of December 31, of the United Jewish Appeal and the subsequent successful negotiations for its reconstruction which occupied the attention of the Jewish community. Such significance was attached in Zionist circles to the formation of the American Palestine Committee, in which many prominent Americans of all faiths joined for the purpose of supporting the Jewish National Home in Palestine. The nation was shocked by the circumstances surrounding the tragic death of Congressman M. Michael Edelstein of New York, who was fatally stricken with a heart attack follo-ving his spirited defense of democracy in reply to the anti-Semitic accusations uttered on the floor of the House by Representative John E. Rankin of Mississippi. Efforts to end discrimination in defense industries, led by President Roosevelt and Governor Lehman of New York, also marked the period under review. HIGHLIGHTS OF PAST YEAR IN LITERARY By FRANCES ZAMICHOW A civilization is best reflected in the literature, the art. the music which are its natural accouterments. In the past year. our civilization has been under the constant threat of the Nazi blitzkreig, in some cases under the unceasing fire of the Nazi attempt to annihilate it. The strain and tension which must come with the fight for survival has had an unmistakable influence upon our literature. There is no doubt that our desire to preserve "this way of life" as against the Nazi encroachments has sharpened to that end the use of the printed word. In the past year we have seen a new and decisive purposefulness pervade what we read, we have observed the inception of and emphasis upon evaluation, analysis and criticism. The fight for self-survival has made us more keenly aware of our weaknesses and strengths and stimulated an eagerness to sandbag our defenses by multiplying our strengths. Among the many fine books of the year, three stand forth as the best exemplifications of this trend. These include "Ambassador Dodd's Diary," "Berlin Diary" by William -L. Shirer, and "What Mein Kampf Means To America" by Francis Hackett. In the case of the first, "Ambassador Dodd's Diary," the personal observations of pre-war diplomacy in Europe were not written with an eye to publication and. therefore, suffer from an inclusion of extraneous matters which slow up reader interest. However, throughout the diary is felt the sharp impact of Ambassador Dodd's revulsion with and analysis of appeasement tactics in pre-war Europe. And as the diary discloses the rottenness and deviousness of behindthe-scenes diplornncy. Ambassador Dodd conveys his own Jeffersonian conception of democracy, ideals upheld until the time of his death. Published after the death of the writer, the diary is a scrutinizing indictment of appeasement politics which were responsible for the expansion of Hitlerism. Similarly, "'Berlin Diary" is the personal, first-hand account of a foreign correspondent who spent five years in Berlin. Although, at times their observations overlap, one finds in Wm. L. Shirer's reports, facts which as a newspaperman, were accessible only to him. A violent denunciation of Chamberlainian politics colors his entire report and supplies the loit-motif for his diary. From a viewpoint of informative reading, both are compelling and valuable complements although "Berlin Diary" sustains a better reader interest. In the same vein of important contributions follows, '"What Mein Kampf Means to America" by Francis Hackett. For a critical estimation of what the most important single thesis means to us today, this book rates undivided attention. As Mr. Hackett puts it in his own forward: "Mein Kampf is not literature any more than a gun in your face is literature. It is action the value of Mein Kampf is estimable enables us to know what this precent war is about." The famous critic and political commentator takes Hitler's own plan of action for world conquest and uses its most pregnant ideas for a book which will shock many of us to a clearer and more thoughtful interpretation of Nazism. Much of what Mr. Hackett has said about the importance of Mein Kampf may be justly applied to his own work. "What Mein Kampf Means to America" is as necessary for a contemporary full-view picture of Hitler's world scheme as today's headlines. In direct relationship with Mr. Hackett's own presentation is "My New Order" by Hitler. Edited by Raoul de Roussy de Soles, one of the top-ranking journalists of the day, and with an introduction by Raymond Gram Swing, the volume is an invaluable insight to Hitler's ideologies, his rise to.power and his subsequent expansion. Accomplished by seeking within the public speeches of Hitler, made since his Mein Kampf, the oratory that carried a party, a regime and a large part of Europe, and complete with background and press comments, the book is an incisive and thorough revelation of Hitler's mind. Much of the valuable critical and analytical works of the year have not been directly concerned with the Nazi regime or the reasons which caused it. Some have been inspired by the blitzkrieg bombings, others have been based on American life itself and still others have been directly inspired by the plight of the many individuals who have been forced to leave their homelands and wander in search of refuge. Certainly, of these latter, "We Escaped" edited and with an introduction by Wm. A. Neilson. stands forth as a stirring and dramatic indictment of Nazi brutality with and disregard of human life. This compilation of twelve accounts of refugees now have reached safety on American shores is a remarkable disclosure of Nazism in seven different countries, of its effects on citydwellers and children of the I farm, on laborers and profession-1 als. Completely unvarnished and left exactly as the individuals themselves told their stories, the j book gains a strength and appeal %  which this method of simple and i sincere narration makes possible. It results in a dramatic presentation of the sensational aspects. the horrifying brutality, the heartrending results with no cheapening .or useless heightening which results from the stylistic tricks which so many of the novels based on these situations have employed. A different type of indictment runs through one of the most popular novels of the year— "What Makes Sammy Run" by Budd Schulberg. This best seller, with a New York to Hollywood background, condemns, with the use of its motif, the scheme of life prevalent in the early twentieth century. Sammy Glick. an exemplification and by-product of this dog eat dog road to success ideo is a compelling and, at times, pitiful exposition of the theme. Although mistaking overstatement and redundancy for emphasis, Budd Schulberg makes an important contribution to the recent school of contemplative and critical American literature. Chaotic events of the world have turned a great many of our eminent literary names to a contemplation and analysis of the values upon which they have based their credos. Among these has been Sholom Asch's "What 1 Believe." Although, from a critical estimate in terms of value to or unlift for a reading public, the work fails, it carries a certain amount of interest as a personal revelation of one of our most famous writers. With special interest to an American Jewish reading public and with marked reference to a youth's reading list, certain gaps in literature have been filled this past year. Two worthy of mention have been "The Fire Eater" by Henry J. Berkowitz and "Judah Halevi in Granada" by Abraham Burstein. These have been written for the more youthful readers and both serve their purposes faithfully. The first carries with it the additional interest of information concerning one of our greatest poets and writers and fills in the background dewith relationship to the post-war world. The best comprehensive and authoritative collection of facts and figures necessary for URGENT NEED FDR EDUCATING JEWISH YDUTH Stating unqualified the urgent need and necessity of evolving a plan whereby the youth of the Greater Miami area would Be given the opportunity to get a thorough Jewish education, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel and president of the Florida and Greater Miami Rabbinical Associations, opened a city-wide gathering called by the local body. The gathering was called for the purpose of discussing the needs and feasibility of a united Talmud Torah for the Greater Miami area and representatives from all the synagogues and sisterhoods and the spiritual heads of the congregations were present. Representatives of other organizations were also present as were men and women in the area who were interested in the education problem. Dr. Kaplan introduced Stanley C. Myers, immediate past president and present chairman of the board of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, who presided over the meeting and led the discussion. Rabbis of the Rabbinical Association made brief addresses citing the various phases of the problem. The stunted growth of the present system, the lack of a complete curriculum, the phases of Jewish training and higher education not offered, the competitiveness between congregations, the manner of finances, small percentage of attendance, the lack of sufficient and suitable locations and physical facilities, the elimination of particular dislikes of individual parents, and the fact that the present system operating for some time has not proved adequate were among the thoughts presented to the gathering. During the general discussion a resolution was introduced and unanimously adopted calling for the creation of a unified system of Jewish education and the immediate organization of a united Talmud Torah calling for a provisional or ways and means committee to be appointed to prepare definite plans for this organization including the preparation of a charter and by-laws and that such committee submit a report on October 8th, 1941. Temporary officers appointed were Maurice Grossman, chairman and Fred K. Shochet, secretary. HAPPY NEW YEAR A. PETRI PAINTER and DECORATOR Residence Phone 7-2068 CONTINUED ON PAGE 12 WISHING OUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR inron mio nw? AMERICAN* 9 JUVENILECP 988 W. FLAGLER STREET



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
*Jenist f/'oridHoun
PAGE SEVEN:
KING'S..**^*
KOMMENTS
0 0 0 0
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
POLIO CANCELS MEETING
OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
It's strange how now and then
You'll stop, pause and say
My, the year has passed again
Why it seems like yesterday
But, my friends, will it or not
On the clockthe hands of time
Try as you maycannot stop
Much has wastedyes a crime
You've sinned and transgressed
During this past year
And other things we'd guess
Without shedding a tear
The future we now think of
Truly hoping that it will bring
Joy and happiness from above
That is the prayer and wish of KING.
To All a Happy New Year
BLANCHE'S SUNDRIES
"It is our pleasure to servo you."
1428 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-9129
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Norton McCormick
Linen Marking Shirt Lettering
Chenilts and Felt Letters
610 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-5224
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M. B. SILVERMAN AND ASSOCIATES
COCONUT GROVE FISH CO.
"Specializing in Local Caught Fish Only"
2830 S. Bayshore Dr. Phone 4-9274
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SEMINOLE BAR
OKEECHOBEE ROAD
H I A LEA H
1941
FLORIDA'S NEWEST FINEST & LARGEST
Ail-Year Hti
Because of the ban placed on
all gatherings in Chattanooga by
the Director of Health in an ef- i
fort to check the prevalence of
poliomyelitis, the executive com-
mute meeting scheduled for Sep-
tember 14th was cancelled, an-
nounced Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
president of the Southeastern Re-
gion of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
"We regret the necessity of
cancelling the meeting, for which
numbers of community leaders
throughout the Region had made
reservations," said Mr. Meyer,
"but under the circumstances
there was no alternative. The
meeting will be held at a later
date, probably in early Novem-
ber."
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
MucMy, eotvfldenUcd
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
2 5 7 SETTLEMENTS HAVE
A POPULATION OF 142,000
Jerusalem (Jalcor)There are
in Eretz Israel today 257 settle-
ments with a population of 142.-
000, of whom 70,000 are directly
engaged in agriculture, it was
disclosed by Dr. Arthur Ruppin.
Economic Adviser to the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, in sum-
ming up the record of Jewish
agricultural development in the
current issue of the Palestine
And Middle East Magazine. Dr.
Ruppin contrasts these figures
with those of 1882. when there
were only six Jewish settlements
with a total population of 480
souls.
JEWISH SERVICE MEN TO BE
HONORED IN JACKSONVILLE
The Jewish community of
Jacksonville in its traditional ob-
servance of the Jewish High Holy
Days, beginning at sun down.
September 21st this year, has
made special provision for the
Jewish soldiers and sailors at
Camp Blanding and the U. S.
Naval Air Station to join them
in religious worship at the Jack-
sonville Jewish Temple, Laura
and Ashley streets, and the Jack-
sonville Jewish Center. 3rd and
Silver streets, it was announced
today by Theodore T. Tarail.
Jewish Welfare Board secretary.
The topic of Rabbi Kaplan's
sermon at the Rosh Hashono ser-
vice at the Jacksonville Jewish
Temple will be "Faith in our
Times." The topic of Rabbi Mar-
golis' sermon at the Rosh Hash-
ono service at the Jacksonville
Jewish Center will be "Shaping
the World of Tomorrow."
Every soldier and sailor at-
tending services will be invited
to individual families for home
hospitality after services on New
Year's and Day of Atonement.
NEW AZA FIELD DIRECTOR
i m -' \
THE RIVIERA
Near Dayton* Beach.
Ideal Convention or Conference Headquarter*. Capaettg 10*.
The only Hotel Bar open all year betweaa
Jacksonville & I'alm Beach.
Radio and Fan !n Every Room. Golf Links. Artesiaa Swimming
Pool with Sand Beach. Tennis, Badminton. Ping Pong. Croquet.
Horseshoe and Shuffleboard Courts. Ballroom and Conyentloa
Hall. Banquet Facilities. Spacious Grounds.
COOLEST SPOT IN ALL FLORIDA. AT THE BIRTHPLACE OF
THE TRADE WINDS. Where the Labrador (Arctie) Current
meets the Gait Stream, and Summer Bathing and Fishing are
Superb.
Write for Bpectal Bvmner Rate*. April to December.
Hotel Riviera, Bo* 429. Daytona Beach, Fla.
MOUNTAINEER, TAR HEEL & CRACKER
VACATION HEADQUARTERS.
: "--^' '-; .-
.5. -
Bernard L. Cohn
who has been appointed the new
field director of Aleph Zadik
Aleph, B'nai B'rith's youth or-
ganization, in District 5.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Phone 5-9780Free Road Service
Booth's GULF Service
5th Street and Michigan Avenue
Lubrication, Wheel Pack. Bpi i"c
Pack, Batteries, Tires, washing.
Polishing, Blmonialng, Batterj
Service, Tubes
Complete Auto Service
BOB BOOTH
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
himself as Mr. Knackkopf of Germany ... In a sharp voice he
asked the chairman to refer the demand of the Jewish delega-
tion to a committee which should examine the credentials of
the Jewish Peace Committee "After all." he concluded tri
umphantly, "the Jews had no national status before the war.
and I don't see why they should have one now, after the war.'
For a few days the Jewish question became headline news
Even the New York Daily News ran a "Battle Page." But don't
think that the Jewish issue was being discussed or debated on
the floor of the plenipotentiary session Nothe issue which
divided the delegates to the peace conference centered about
the point whether the Jews had a right to be admitted to the con-
ference The Zionist Orqanization held a series of mass meet-
ings throughout the country The Revisionist Organization
picketed the building where the peace conference was being
held The B'nai B'rith and the American Jewish Committee
jointly issued a dignified statement giving statistics about the
number of Jews who had fought and died in the ranks of the
armies of the democracies The Orthodox rabbinical organ
ization decreed a day of fasting, and the leading Reform rabbit
delivered eloquent sermons, advance copies of which received
a whole column on the religious page of the New York Times .
The American Hebrew issued a Peace Number packed with
qood will advertisements Yes, it was even rumored that Dr.
Weizmann had had breakfast with the British delegation, and
later had whispered to intimate friendsnot for publication
that British fair play could be depended upon.
There were, of course, quite a few Jewish organizations anc
individuals who pleaded with the Jewish leadership to with
draw its demand for admission to the peace conference .
After all, they argued, Democracy had won, and all this bally
hoo about a Jewish problem was quite unnecessary ... A free
democratic Poland and a civilized Germany would surely dc
the riqht thing by their respective Jewish minorities Besides,
too much talk about the Jews was likely to provoke anti-Semi-
tism, these individuals and organizations insisted And sc
there developed heated polemics between the groups support-
ing the Jewish Peace Committee and the groups who backed
the dissenters Epithets like "traitors reneqades revolution-
aries" and so forth were freely bandied about The delegates
to the world peace conference soon learned that unity was far
from the Jewish community ... As a matter of fact, the delegates
could not help knowing this, for they were the recipients of
avalanches of letters and telegrams from both Jewish groups,
the pros and the cons on the question of Jewish representation
at the peace conference.
It looked bad indeed for the Jewish question The Ameri-
can and British delegates to the peace conference were reluct-
ant to support any Jewish claims, because they were afraid of
offending or alienating the powerful leaders of the opposing
group Everybody was qettinq fed up with the endless dis-
cussions amonq the Jewish leaders Shriekinq voices clamor-
ing for unityU-N-I-T-Ywere heard from all sides The
more the cry for unity rose, the more intense and extreme the
arguments and counter-arguments became In the meanwhile,
no Jewish representative had been permitted to enter the Gen-
eral Hall of the peace conference, not to speak of participating'
in the sessions And all this time the anti-Semitic papers
featured stories declaring that the Jewish Peace Committee was
actually pulling all the wires behind the scenes and dictating
the peace terms for the new world order and controlling the
delegates of all nations.
And then suddenly .
POSTSCRIPT
At this point the essay becomes illegible Apparently the
prize-winning schoolboy, in his excitement, could no longer
control his pen Here and there one can decipher such words
as "President Roosevelt appeal to the conscience of the
world treatment of Jews is the barometer of civilization" .
But it is impossible to follow any constructive train of thought in
the rest of the manuscript .An eminent psychiatrist who ex-
amined the undecipherable handwriting expressed the view
that the author of this manuscript had, under emotional stress,
suddenly lost mental control, and had most probably become
insane From this we conclude that unity was created in
Israel, but that the shock was too great for the beneficiaries.
And a happy 5702 to all of you ...
LUNCHEON. 40c
Authentic Chinese
DINNEB. 75c
VuiAWWr
MIAMI BEACH 41st St.. Phone 5-2206 AIR-COOLED
NEW YEAB GREETINGS TO ALL JEWRY
HEALTH SPOT SHOES
FOR MEN. WOMEN. CHILDREN
147 S. E. First Street Miami. Florida
WISHING OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHARLES L. GABRIEL DISTRIBUTING CO.
14 N. E. 24th*Street Miami. Florida
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 %  *Jenist f/'oridHoun PAGE SEVEN : KING'S..**^* KOMMENTS 0 0 0 0 The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian POLIO CANCELS MEETING OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE It's strange how now and then You'll stop, pause and say My, the year has passed again Why it seems like yesterday But, my friends, will it or not On the clock—the hands of time Try as you may—cannot stop Much has wasted—yes a crime You've sinned and transgressed During this past year And other things we'd guess Without shedding a tear The future we now think of Truly hoping that it will bring Joy and happiness from above That is the prayer and wish of KING. To All a Happy New Year BLANCHE'S SUNDRIES "It is our pleasure to servo you." 1428 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-9129 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Norton McCormick Linen Marking Shirt Lettering Chenilts and Felt Letters 610 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-5224 TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. B. SILVERMAN AND ASSOCIATES COCONUT GROVE FISH CO. "Specializing in Local Caught Fish Only" 2830 S. Bayshore Dr. Phone 4-9274 NEW YEAR GREETINGS SEMINOLE BAR OKEECHOBEE ROAD H I A LEA H • 1941 • FLORIDA'S NEWEST — FINEST & LARGEST Ail-Year Hti Because of the ban placed on all gatherings in Chattanooga by the Director of Health in an efi fort to check the prevalence of poliomyelitis, the executive commute meeting scheduled for September 14th was cancelled, announced Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the Southeastern Region of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. "We regret the necessity of cancelling the meeting, for which numbers of community leaders throughout the Region had made reservations," said Mr. Meyer, "but under the circumstances there was no alternative. The meeting will be held at a later date, probably in early November." -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMucMy, eotvfldenUcd -By PHINEAS J. BIRON2 5 7 SETTLEMENTS HAVE A POPULATION OF 142,000 Jerusalem (Jalcor)—There are in Eretz Israel today 257 settlements with a population of 142.000, of whom 70,000 are directly engaged in agriculture, it was disclosed by Dr. Arthur Ruppin. Economic Adviser to the Jewish Agency for Palestine, in summing up the record of Jewish agricultural development in the current issue of the Palestine And Middle East Magazine. Dr. Ruppin contrasts these figures with those of 1882. when there were only six Jewish settlements with a total population of 480 souls. JEWISH SERVICE MEN TO BE HONORED IN JACKSONVILLE The Jewish community of Jacksonville in its traditional observance of the Jewish High Holy Days, beginning at sun down. September 21st this year, has made special provision for the Jewish soldiers and sailors at Camp Blanding and the U. S. Naval Air Station to join them in religious worship at the Jacksonville Jewish Temple, Laura and Ashley streets, and the Jacksonville Jewish Center. 3rd and Silver streets, it was announced today by Theodore T. Tarail. Jewish Welfare Board secretary. The topic of Rabbi Kaplan's sermon at the Rosh Hashono service at the Jacksonville Jewish Temple will be "Faith in our Times." The topic of Rabbi Margolis' sermon at the Rosh Hashono service at the Jacksonville Jewish Center will be "Shaping the World of Tomorrow." Every soldier and sailor attending services will be invited to individual families for home hospitality after services on New Year's and Day of Atonement. NEW AZA FIELD DIRECTOR i m -' \ THE RIVIERA Near Dayton* Beach. Ideal Convention or Conference Headquarter*. Capaettg 10*. The only Hotel Bar open all year betweaa Jacksonville & I'alm Beach. Radio and Fan !n Every Room. Golf Links. Artesiaa Swimming Pool with Sand Beach. Tennis, Badminton. Ping Pong. Croquet. Horseshoe and Shuffleboard Courts. Ballroom and Conyentloa Hall. Banquet Facilities. Spacious Grounds. COOLEST SPOT IN ALL FLORIDA. AT THE BIRTHPLACE OF THE TRADE WINDS. Where the Labrador (Arctie) Current meets the Gait Stream, and Summer Bathing and Fishing are Superb. Write for Bpectal Bvmner Rate*. April to December. Hotel Riviera, Bo* 429. Daytona Beach, Fla. MOUNTAINEER, TAR HEEL & CRACKER VACATION HEADQUARTERS. : "--^' '-; %  ..5. Bernard L. Cohn who has been appointed the new field director of Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith's youth organization, in District 5. A HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone 5-9780—Free Road Service Booth's GULF Service 5th Street and Michigan Avenue Lubrication, Wheel Pack. Bpi i"c Pack, Batteries, Tires, washing. Polishing, Blmonialng, Batterj Service, Tubes Complete Auto Service BOB BOOTH (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) himself as Mr. Knackkopf of Germany ... In a sharp voice he asked the chairman to refer the demand of the Jewish delegation to a committee which should examine the credentials of the Jewish Peace Committee "After all." he concluded tri umphantly, "the Jews had no national status before the war. and I don't see why they should have one now, after the war.' For a few days the Jewish question became headline news Even the New York Daily News ran a "Battle Page." But don't think that the Jewish issue was being discussed or debated on the floor of the plenipotentiary session No—the issue which divided the delegates to the peace conference centered about the point whether the Jews had a right to be admitted to the conference The Zionist Orqanization held a series of mass meetings throughout the country The Revisionist Organization picketed the building where the peace conference was being held The B'nai B'rith and the American Jewish Committee jointly issued a dignified statement giving statistics about the number of Jews who had fought and died in the ranks of the armies of the democracies The Orthodox rabbinical organ ization decreed a day of fasting, and the leading Reform rabbit delivered eloquent sermons, advance copies of which received a whole column on the religious page of the New York Times The American Hebrew issued a Peace Number packed with qood will advertisements Yes, it was even rumored that Dr. Weizmann had had breakfast with the British delegation, and later had whispered to intimate friends—not for publication— that British fair play could be depended upon. There were, of course, quite a few Jewish organizations anc individuals who pleaded with the Jewish leadership to with draw its demand for admission to the peace conference After all, they argued, Democracy had won, and all this bally hoo about a Jewish problem was quite unnecessary ... A free democratic Poland and a civilized Germany would surely dc the riqht thing by their respective Jewish minorities Besides, too much talk about the Jews was likely to provoke anti-Semitism, these individuals and organizations insisted And sc there developed heated polemics between the groups supporting the Jewish Peace Committee and the groups who backed the dissenters Epithets like "traitors reneqades revolutionaries" and so forth were freely bandied about The delegates to the world peace conference soon learned that unity was far from the Jewish community ... As a matter of fact, the delegates could not help knowing this, for they were the recipients of avalanches of letters and telegrams from both Jewish groups, the pros and the cons on the question of Jewish representation at the peace conference. It looked bad indeed for the Jewish question The American and British delegates to the peace conference were reluctant to support any Jewish claims, because they were afraid of offending or alienating the powerful leaders of the opposing group Everybody was qettinq fed up with the endless discussions amonq the Jewish leaders Shriekinq voices clamoring for unity—U-N-I-T-Y—were heard from all sides The more the cry for unity rose, the more intense and extreme the arguments and counter-arguments became In the meanwhile, no Jewish representative had been permitted to enter the General Hall of the peace conference, not to speak of participating' in the sessions And all this time the anti-Semitic papers featured stories declaring that the Jewish Peace Committee was actually pulling all the wires behind the scenes and dictating the peace terms for the new world order and controlling the delegates of all nations. And then suddenly POSTSCRIPT At this point the essay becomes illegible Apparently the prize-winning schoolboy, in his excitement, could no longer control his pen Here and there one can decipher such words as "President Roosevelt appeal to the conscience of the world treatment of Jews is the barometer of civilization" But it is impossible to follow any constructive train of thought in the rest of the manuscript .An eminent psychiatrist who examined the undecipherable handwriting expressed the view that the author of this manuscript had, under emotional stress, suddenly lost mental control, and had most probably become insane From this we conclude that unity was created in Israel, but that the shock was too great for the beneficiaries. And a happy 5702 to all of you ... LUNCHEON. 40c Authentic Chinese DINNEB. 75c VuiAWWr MIAMI BEACH — 41st St.. Phone 5-2206 — AIR-COOLED NEW YEAB GREETINGS TO ALL JEWRY HEALTH SPOT SHOES FOR MEN. WOMEN. CHILDREN 147 S. E. First Street Miami. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941
*Jenisti ncridiain
PAGE NINE
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KEUA'ER, Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone t-6191
r.90 8. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MAI.EK. Cantor
300 N. W. ltith Avenue
Phone 2-0S2S
TAI.Ml'O TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
THE Y. M.H.A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachris ------------7:16 a.m.
Second Mlnyon--------------8:00 a. m.
Mlncha _.-------------------5:30 p.m.
Maarir .-----------------------6:00 p. m
__5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service-------.....8:30 a. m.
Friday _
Rosh Hashono Sentiments
On the Sunday evening com-
ing, the Jewish years 5701 and
5702 will meet and part again.
The meeting of these years will,
we hope, bring more happiness
in their wake as did the years of
the past. To our people the ray
of sunshine however meager, is
bringing light and hope because
our very existence depends on
the spirit of optimism and hope-
fulness which kept us alive in
the darkest days of sorrow? We
appeal most earnestly to all our
people to come and join the
broken remnants of the people of
God in prayer and supplication
so that we may yet live to see
the re-establishment and re-
building of our people.
Schedule of Services
Rosh Hashono services will be
conducted by Rabbi Kellner as-
sisted by Cantor Malek and the
High Holy Day choir. Services
will commence as follows:
Sunday evening, 6 p. m.
Monday and Tuesday morn-
ing, 7:30 a. m.
Monday and Tuesday after-
noon, 5 p. m.
Sermon Topics
Rabbi Kellner will preach both
mornings in English before the
blowing of the Shofar in English
and in the afternoon in Yiddish.
The sermon topics will be:
Monday morning, "Thanksgiv-
ing For 5701."
Tuesday morning, "Misgivings
For 5702."
Monday afternoon, "Religion
Without Hearts."
Tuesday afternoon, "Hearts
Without Religion."
High Holy Day Choir
A splendid choir was organized
and instructed by Cantor Joseph
Malek and it is expected that
their singing will contribute
greatly to the beauty and dig-
nity of the services. Fifteen well-
trained voices will assist the Can-
tor and our choir has also the
unusual distinction that it con-
tains a grandfather and a grand-
son singing together. Mr. Harris
Cohen of 1534 N. W. 6th street,
and his grandson Maxwell Reiser
of the same address. The choir
will be reorganized after the
Holy Days and will be strength-
ened with the formation of a club
for boys past the Bar Mitzvah
age who will be trained to par-
ticipate in and conduct the Sab-
bath Services.
Talmud Torah
We are happy to note the splen-
did forward looking step with the
organization for a city-wide Tal-
mud Torah system. This won-
derful start for the realization
of this ideal augurs for good suc-
cess and the time is not far we
hope, when the all important
problem of Jewish religious edu-
cation will not be left to chance
and to narrow congregational
politics but it will become the
concern and responsibility of the
entire community.
NEW BOWLING LEAGUE IS
FORMED RECENTLY
With one bowling league com-
pleted Manager Jack Aptc lost no
time in the formation of the fall
league. This league will consist
of eight teams with first games
scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 11
and every Thursday thereafter
for 21 weeks. The Miami Recrea-
tion Alleys located at 301 South
Miami Avenue will be the scene
of action. If interested in bowl-
ing see Manager Jack apte.
Following are the teams, their
captains and averages:
Officers are Jack Apte, man-
ager: Allie Berkowitz, treasurer;
Al Reisman, secretary.
Team No. 1Sol Weinkle, cap-
tain, 102; Jack Apte, 92; Jerome
Weinkle, 95; Murray Apte, 93;
I. Lasehower, 92; M. Wetzler, 75;
team average, 550.
Team No. 2Sam Seitlin, cap-
tain, 97; Larry Grossberg, 95; Sid
Kaplan, 93; Geo. Rachlin, 92; M.
Cromer, 85; S. Neufeld, 80; team
average, 542.
Team No. 3Abe Berkowitz,
captain, 102; Sol Levin, 97; W.
Mackauf, 93; T. Bramson, 91; L.
Margolis, 95; Clem Hammond, 85;
team average, 563.
Team No. 4Al Reisman, cap-
tain; Bob Schweitzer, 93; Al Ros-
enfeld. 70; Abe Winer, 98; M.
Schwartz, 90; Murray Budner,
96; team average, 547.
Team No. 5Louis Spector,
captain, 98; Marty Milstein, 103;
Jules Wilson, 93; Nat Blumberg,
93; Marvin Apte, 90; T. Gulkis,
85; team average, 562.
Team No. 6Harry Schwartz,
captain, 98; Hal Levinson, 96!
Geo. Chertkof, 99; Joe Berman,
90; J. Kronenfeld, 95; B. Good-
man, 80; team average 558.
Team No. 7Murray Streit.
captain, 100; Frank Rose, 93; M.
Friedman. 93; Abe Silver, 93;
Harry Kamins, 94: D. Rosenthal,
93; team average, 566.
Team No. 8Al Berkowitz,
captain, 104; Hal Berkowitz, 97;
P. Silverman, 95; H. Waitsman,
97; W. Siegel, 88; R. Grossman,
95; team average, 576.
Substitutes Sam Tendrich,
Jerry Goldsmith, Leo Lipowsky,
Harry Moss", L. Namoff, Julie
Spector, K. Kasselman, Louis
Kraft.
Come out each Thursday and
cheer your favorites.
PALM BEACH
NOTES

MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Nathan Levinsohn of Miami j
will serve as cantor at Temple
Beth El at West Palm Beach.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein will
preach.
RUSSIAN GENERAL SEEN AS
JEWISH CHEMISTS BROTHER
Haifa ( Palcor )Through a
strange coincidence the Russian
General Kaluzni has been re-
vealed to be the brother of Pro-
fessor J. Klugai, lecturer in or-
ganic chemistry at the Haifa
Technicum since 1939.
It was while reading today's
issue of The Palestine Post, Eng-
lish-language daily printed in
Jerusalem, that Professor Klugai
noticed a picture of General Sir
Archibald P. Wavell talking with
a Russian General. The photo
was captioned: "General Wavell
during a recent visit to Iran,
where he met the Senior Russian
Officer, with whom he chatted
in the Russian language."
To his surprise, Professor Klu-
gai recognized the Senior Russian
Officer as his own brother, who
still bears the original family
name, which the chemist decided
to change some time ago. Com-
menting on his discovery, Pro-
fessor Klugai stressed the fact
that both he and his brother are,
of course, Jewish.
A meeting of AZA was held at
the home of Albert Barish Sun-
day night and plans made to
entertain a number of soldiers
from the Morrison Field Air
Base for dinner at their homes
following services at Beth El
and Beth Israel Temples.
Miss Eugenie Argintar left for
Tallahassee to enter her junior
year at the Florida State College
for Women.
Mrs. A. Levin returned re-
cently from a three weeks vaca-
tion in Hendersonville, N. C.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-TV45
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6896 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABHI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-173S
Louis Leibovit has enrolled as
a freshman at the University of
Florida.
Max Auerbach left recently for
Camp Blanding as one of the
selectees from this county.
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Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, September 21,
8:15 p. m., Bar Mitzvah Celebra-
tion of Danny Howard Kohl at
the services. A reception ten-
dered by the parents of the Bar
Mitzvah will follow.
High Holy Day Services
Rosh Hashono eve, Sunday,
September 21st, 8:15 p. m., Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman will preach
on the subject: "Needed: A New
Heart and a New Spirit."
New Year's Day, Monday. Sep-
tember 22nd. 10 a. m. Rabbi
Zwitman wll preach on the sub-
ject: "Twilight of the Worlds."
A Congregational New Year
Reception, tendered by Rabbi and
Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman at their
home, 5400 LaGorce drive, Miami
Beach, in honor cf the officers,
board of trustees and Rabbis of
Temple Israel, will be given on
the afternoon of the New Year.
Monday, September 22nd, from
3 to 6 p. m.
Musical Service
The High Holy Day musical
responses and selections will be
rendered by the Temple Israel
Choir, composed of Rosemary
Gcrson, Mary Hirtenstein, Ar-
turo diFilippi and Emory Krieger.
under the direction of Frances
Tarboux, organist.
In compliance with the request
of the Union of American Heb-
rew Congregations, a Shofar
Service will be included in our
ritual. The shofar will be blown
by Leonard Epstein, vice presi-
dent of the Congregation.
High Holy Day Seating
Committee
The High Holy Day Seating
Committee will be present at the
Temple to serve members of the
Congregation, and other wor-
shippers, on Friday. September
19th, at the Temple office, from
10 a. m. to 5 p. m. and on Sun-
day, September 22nd. from 10
a. m. to 1 p. m. The following
are members of the Committee:
J. Gerald Lewis, chairman; R.
W. Apte, Harry Boyell, Dr. Frank
Coret, Leonard Epstein, Isaac
Levin, Harry Nevins, Max Oro-
vitz, Herbert A. Simon, Harry V.
Simons. Harold Spact and Dr.
Philip Weinstein.
High Holy Day Prayer Books
Members of the Congregation
who have their own High Holy
Day Prayer books, Union Prayer
Book, Volume 2, are urged to
bring them to the services, so
that other worshipers in the Tem-
ple and downstairs in Kaplan
Hall, may be accomodated. Co-
operation in this matter shall be
greatly appreciated.
In Memoriarn
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Yetta W.
Wiener, wife of David Wiener;
Henry J. Williams, father of
Henry D. Williams; Nellie V.
Winer, wife of Abe Winer.
Yahrzeits: Rachael Sprintz,
mother of Henry Sprintz; Mor-
ris Williamson, father of Mrs.
Melvin S. Goldstrom and Joseph
Williamson; Charles Shield, uncle
of Mrs. R. W. Apte; Abraham
Bulbin, father of Henry Bulbin;
Ella L. Ullman, mother of Mal-
colm H. Ullman; Jacob Brumlik,
father of Arthur Brumlik.



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941 *Jenisti ncridiain PAGE NINE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KEUA'ER, Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone t-6191 r.90 8. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MAI.EK. Cantor 300 N. W. ltith Avenue Phone 2-0S2S TAI.Ml'O TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street THE Y. M.H.A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachris 7:16 a.m. Second Mlnyon 8:00 a. m. Mlncha _. 5:30 p.m. Maarir 6:00 p. m 5:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 8 :30 a. m. Friday Rosh Hashono Sentiments On the Sunday evening coming, the Jewish years 5701 and 5702 will meet and part again. The meeting of these years will, we hope, bring more happiness in their wake as did the years of the past. To our people the ray of sunshine however meager, is bringing light and hope because our very existence depends on the spirit of optimism and hopefulness which kept us alive in the darkest days of sorrow? We appeal most earnestly to all our people to come and join the broken remnants of the people of God in prayer and supplication so that we may yet live to see the re-establishment and rebuilding of our people. Schedule of Services Rosh Hashono services will be conducted by Rabbi Kellner assisted by Cantor Malek and the High Holy Day choir. Services will commence as follows: Sunday evening, 6 p. m. Monday and Tuesday morning, 7:30 a. m. Monday and Tuesday afternoon, 5 p. m. Sermon Topics Rabbi Kellner will preach both mornings in English before the blowing of the Shofar in English and in the afternoon in Yiddish. The sermon topics will be: Monday morning, "Thanksgiving For 5701." Tuesday morning, "Misgivings For 5702." Monday afternoon, "Religion Without Hearts." Tuesday afternoon, "Hearts Without Religion." High Holy Day Choir A splendid choir was organized and instructed by Cantor Joseph Malek and it is expected that their singing will contribute greatly to the beauty and dignity of the services. Fifteen welltrained voices will assist the Cantor and our choir has also the unusual distinction that it contains a grandfather and a grandson singing together. Mr. Harris Cohen of 1534 N. W. 6th street, and his grandson Maxwell Reiser of the same address. The choir will be reorganized after the Holy Days and will be strengthened with the formation of a club for boys past the Bar Mitzvah age who will be trained to participate in and conduct the Sabbath Services. Talmud Torah We are happy to note the splendid forward looking step with the organization for a city-wide Talmud Torah system. This wonderful start for the realization of this ideal augurs for good success and the time is not far we hope, when the all important problem of Jewish religious education will not be left to chance and to narrow congregational politics but it will become the concern and responsibility of the entire community. NEW BOWLING LEAGUE IS FORMED RECENTLY With one bowling league completed Manager Jack Aptc lost no time in the formation of the fall league. This league will consist of eight teams with first games scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 11 and every Thursday thereafter for 21 weeks. The Miami Recreation Alleys located at 301 South Miami Avenue will be the scene of action. If interested in bowling see Manager Jack apte. Following are the teams, their captains and averages: Officers are Jack Apte, manager: Allie Berkowitz, treasurer; Al Reisman, secretary. Team No. 1—Sol Weinkle, captain, 102; Jack Apte, 92; Jerome Weinkle, 95; Murray Apte, 93; I. Lasehower, 92; M. Wetzler, 75; team average, 550. Team No. 2—Sam Seitlin, captain, 97; Larry Grossberg, 95; Sid Kaplan, 93; Geo. Rachlin, 92; M. Cromer, 85; S. Neufeld, 80; team average, 542. Team No. 3—Abe Berkowitz, captain, 102; Sol Levin, 97; W. Mackauf, 93; T. Bramson, 91; L. Margolis, 95; Clem Hammond, 85; team average, 563. Team No. 4—Al Reisman, captain; Bob Schweitzer, 93; Al Rosenfeld. 70; Abe Winer, 98; M. Schwartz, 90; Murray Budner, 96; team average, 547. Team No. 5—Louis Spector, captain, 98; Marty Milstein, 103; Jules Wilson, 93; Nat Blumberg, 93; Marvin Apte, 90; T. Gulkis, 85; team average, 562. Team No. 6—Harry Schwartz, captain, 98; Hal Levinson, 96! Geo. Chertkof, 99; Joe Berman, 90; J. Kronenfeld, 95; B. Goodman, 80; team average 558. Team No. 7—Murray Streit. captain, 100; Frank Rose, 93; M. Friedman. 93; Abe Silver, 93; Harry Kamins, 94: D. Rosenthal, 93; team average, 566. Team No. 8—Al Berkowitz, captain, 104; Hal Berkowitz, 97; P. Silverman, 95; H. Waitsman, 97; W. Siegel, 88; R. Grossman, 95; team average, 576. Substitutes — Sam Tendrich, Jerry Goldsmith, Leo Lipowsky, Harry Moss", L. Namoff, Julie Spector, K. Kasselman, Louis Kraft. Come out each Thursday and cheer your favorites. PALM BEACH NOTES • MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Nathan Levinsohn of Miami j will serve as cantor at Temple Beth El at West Palm Beach. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein will preach. RUSSIAN GENERAL SEEN AS JEWISH CHEMISTS BROTHER Haifa ( Palcor )—Through a strange coincidence the Russian General Kaluzni has been revealed to be the brother of Professor J. Klugai, lecturer in organic chemistry at the Haifa Technicum since 1939. It was while reading today's issue of The Palestine Post, English-language daily printed in Jerusalem, that Professor Klugai noticed a picture of General Sir Archibald P. Wavell talking with a Russian General. The photo was captioned: "General Wavell during a recent visit to Iran, where he met the Senior Russian Officer, with whom he chatted in the Russian language." To his surprise, Professor Klugai recognized the Senior Russian Officer as his own brother, who still bears the original family name, which the chemist decided to change some time ago. Commenting on his discovery, Professor Klugai stressed the fact that both he and his brother are, of course, Jewish. A meeting of AZA was held at the home of Albert Barish Sunday night and plans made to entertain a number of soldiers from the Morrison Field Air Base for dinner at their homes following services at Beth El and Beth Israel Temples. Miss Eugenie Argintar left for Tallahassee to enter her junior year at the Florida State College for Women. Mrs. A. Levin returned recently from a three weeks vacation in Hendersonville, N. C. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-TV45 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6896 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABHI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-173S Louis Leibovit has enrolled as a freshman at the University of Florida. Max Auerbach left recently for Camp Blanding as one of the selectees from this county. To Our Many Friends and Patrons—A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FAN TAN SHOP (WOMEN'S APPAREL) 39 E. Flaqler St. Ph. 2-0165 A Happy New Year To All 4|i SKATE IN COMFORT (Cool Air System) Afternoon 2 to 5 Children 15c Adults 25c (Plus Tax) Evening 7:30 to 11 p. m. Adm. 35c plus tax VENETIAN SKATING RINK 2790 S. W. 27th Avenue BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Ray Wri g ht AUCTIONEER PHONE 2-2860 For An Auction Use the "WRIGHT WAY" BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GIANT FOOD MART A Strictly "Kosher" Food Market 430 Washington Avenue Miami Beach. Florida SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ^ PEARL BROS., INC. 1725 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-6141 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LUBY CHEVROLET CO. SAM LUBY 1055 West Flaqler Street at 11th Avenue TWO USED CAR LOTS 905 WEST FLAGLER STREET 1015 TELEPHONE 2-1711 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR LIFE DISABILITY ACCIDENT HEALTH INSURANCE WILLIAM HOMA 1514 Congress Building PHONE 3-7395 MUTUAL BENEFIT Life Insurance Co. of Newark. N. I. SINCEREST BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Clients and Friends 9mu^cmce 9nc. 1502 Congress Building MIAMI, FLORIDA Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, September 21, 8:15 p. m., Bar Mitzvah Celebration of Danny Howard Kohl at the services. A reception tendered by the parents of the Bar Mitzvah will follow. High Holy Day Services Rosh Hashono eve, Sunday, September 21st, 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on the subject: "Needed: A New Heart and a New Spirit." New Year's Day, Monday. September 22nd. 10 a. m. Rabbi Zwitman wll preach on the subject: "Twilight of the Worlds." A Congregational New Year Reception, tendered by Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman at their home, 5400 LaGorce drive, Miami Beach, in honor cf the officers, board of trustees and Rabbis of Temple Israel, will be given on the afternoon of the New Year. Monday, September 22nd, from 3 to 6 p. m. Musical Service The High Holy Day musical responses and selections will be rendered by the Temple Israel Choir, composed of Rosemary Gcrson, Mary Hirtenstein, Arturo diFilippi and Emory Krieger. under the direction of Frances Tarboux, organist. In compliance with the request of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, a Shofar Service will be included in our ritual. The shofar will be blown by Leonard Epstein, vice president of the Congregation. High Holy Day Seating Committee The High Holy Day Seating Committee will be present at the Temple to serve members of the Congregation, and other worshippers, on Friday. September 19th, at the Temple office, from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. and on Sunday, September 22nd. from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. The following are members of the Committee: J. Gerald Lewis, chairman; R. W. Apte, Harry Boyell, Dr. Frank Coret, Leonard Epstein, Isaac Levin, Harry Nevins, Max Orovitz, Herbert A. Simon, Harry V. Simons. Harold Spact and Dr. Philip Weinstein. High Holy Day Prayer Books Members of the Congregation who have their own High Holy Day Prayer books, Union Prayer Book, Volume 2, are urged to bring them to the services, so that other worshipers in the Temple and downstairs in Kaplan Hall, may be accomodated. Cooperation in this matter shall be greatly appreciated. In Memoriarn "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Yetta W. Wiener, wife of David Wiener; Henry J. Williams, father of Henry D. Williams; Nellie V. Winer, wife of Abe Winer. Yahrzeits: Rachael Sprintz, mother of Henry Sprintz; Morris Williamson, father of Mrs. Melvin S. Goldstrom and Joseph Williamson; Charles Shield, uncle of Mrs. R. W. Apte; Abraham Bulbin, father of Henry Bulbin; Ella L. Ullman, mother of Malcolm H. Ullman; Jacob Brumlik, father of Arthur Brumlik.


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1941
+Jenisli rhridi&n
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TALK
PLUS GROUP;
PROTESTS
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10
used Lindbergh of seeking to
blackmail" the Jews.
Other leaders in many walks of
representing all religions,
nany organizations of various
lomplexions and newspapers
londemncd the Lindbergh
peech.
Lindbergh's reference to the
Jews in his Des Moines speech
allows:
"It is not difficult to under-
.and why Jewish people desire
he overthrow of Nazi Germany,
fhe persecution they suffered in
Jermany would be sufficient to
nake bitter enemies of any race.
. Jignity of mankind can condone
he persecution of the Jewish
|ace in Germany.
"But no person of honesty and
Vision can look on their pro-war
policy here today without see-
ng the dangers involved in such
policy for us and for them. In-
stead of agitating for war, the
Jewish groups in this country
tiould be opposing it in every
bossible way, for they will be
|mong the first to feel its con-
equences.
"Tolerance is a virtue that de-
bends upon peace and strength.
rIistory shows that It cannot sur-
vive war and devastation. A few
far-sighted Jewish people realize
lis and stand opposed to in-
tervention. But the majority still
io not.
"Their greatest danger to this
pountry lies in their large owner-
hip and influence in our motion
pictures, our press, our radio
pnd our government."
A senate subcommittee's inves-
tigation of alleged war propagan-
da by Hollywoodbranded by
bpponents as an attempt to cre-
ate race hatredentered its sec-
ond week this week. Charles
^haplin was subpoenaed to tes-
tify on his "motives" in produc-
ng the film, "The Great Dictat-
or."
Senator Bonnet Champ Clark,
hatreds'" of seeking to "plunge
.his nation into war." The men
he named, most of them Jewish,
are Nicholas Schenk of Loew's,
Inc.; the Warner Brothers, Dar-
ryl Zanuck of Twentieth Century-
Fox, Alexander Korda, Charlie
Chaplin and Henry Luce.
Then he went on to accuse a
"half-dozen men dominated by
chairman of the senate interstate
commerce, subcommittee which
took it into its hands to hold an
inquiry into whether the movie
industry should be investigated,
denied charges of anti-Semitism,
declaring he bore on his own
body "scars received in fist-
fights in combating intolerances
aroused by the Ku Klux Klan in
Missouri."
Wendell L. Willkie, represent-
ing the Hollywood producers, al-
though denied the right to cross-
examine witnesses, nevertheless
continued his effective opposition
to the inquiry through the medi-
um of spoken remarks in the
committee room and statements
to the press.
The New York Daily News,
which has taken an isolationist
stand, declared in an editorial
that "we look for this investiga-
tion to churn up a good deal of
talk about anti-Semitism and
pro-Semitism in the United
States." It declared that "it is
not anti-Semitic to feel that
Jews and Gentiles alike in this
country should put this country's
interests first, and should not
agitate for American entry into
a war which is no business of
ours."
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To Our Many Friends and Patrons
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
RED APPLE MARKET
144 N. W. 14th St.
Ph. 2-9935
New York (WNS)The situa-
tion of Jews throughout the world
will be discussed by Dr. Stephen
S. Wise, honorary chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, during
the Rosh Hashono radio broad-
cast which will bf heard over
the CBS on Sunday afternoon
(September 21) from 2:35 p. m.
to 3:00 p. m. (E. D. S. T.) The
High Holy Day broadcast will be
presented under the auspices of
the United Jewish Appeal.
In his review of world devel-
opments and their relationship to
Jewish life, Dr. Wise will deal
also with the prospects of the New
Year. Ritual music of the Rosh
Hashono service will be pre-
sented by the Choir of the Cen-
tral Synagogue under the direc-
tion of Lazar Weiner. Cantor
Fredrick Lechner will serve as
the soloist during the High Holy
Day broadcast.
GERMAN JEWS IN IRAN SEEK
EXEMPTION FROM ORDER
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
LOWE'S TEXACO
Service Garage
470 N. W. 5th Street Ph. 3-9104
Teheran, Iran (WNS)While
the Iran government took steps
to oust all Nazi -'tourists" from
the country, in compliance with
the demands of the British and
Soviet armies of occupation, Ger-
man Jews in Persia besieged the
offices of the British legation
here to request exemption from
the police round-up of German
citizens. Nazis in Iran will be
transported to India and Rus-
sia where they will be interned
for the duration of the war.
New York (WNS!The ancient
Spanish freighter Navemar, built
to accomodate 18 passengers,
arrived in New York, bringing
to an end a voyage of hell and
horror for 769 refugees from
Nazi countries, most of them
Jews, who embarked at Lisbon
on August 16th.
United States health officials
who boarded the snip were re-
volted at the overcrowding and
unsanitary conditions. Dr. Harry
F. White, chief Quarantine of-
ficer, who remained on the Nave-
mar for 11 hours, examining the
incoming refugees, refused to
touch any of the ship's food, in-
dicating to newspapermen that
he preferred hunger to the foul
food served by the Spanish ship.
Charges of corruption, coercion
and brutality filled the air as
the weary refugees debarked
from the Navemar, which was de-
scribed by refugee-aid officials
as a "floating concentration
camp." More than 1,100 refugees
were crammed aboard the creaky
Spanish ship, manned by Jew-
baiting Fascists, when it left
Portugal but 360 refugees, hold-
ing Cuban visas, debarked at1
Havana.
The refugees paid from $400 to
$1,200 for the privilege of travel- \
ing on the filthy ship. Six of.
the refugees died en route while
60 percent of the passengers were |
sick at one time or another dur-.
ing the voyage. Health author-
ities here attributed the sick- j
ncsses to poor food and incredi-;
bly inadequate sanitary facilities. |
The Navemar carried only one
doctor and one nurse.
Conditions aboard the ship
were so bad that the Spanish
operators of the Navemar refused
to allow newspaper photograph-
ers on the freighter and limited
to six the number of reporters
who could inspect the vessel.
Hired thugs were hurried aboard
the ship to prevent newsmen
from taking photographs and
from talking to the passengers.
A few of the hardened news-
papermen retched when they
tried to sample the food served
the passengers.
Many of the refugees were so
exhausted from the voyage that
they had to be assisted down the
gangplank. Among the passen-
gers were 110 children, whose
survival of the ziellish journey
was described by some of the
older refugees as a "miracle." |
Mothers had to bribe members of |
the crew for the privilege of;
sterilizing the babies' bottles and
for water to wash diapers.
Throughout the voyage the,
Spanish crew reminded the refu-
gees that they wore not yet in a
democracy and threatened repri-'
sals against the more courageous
refugees who complained about
the stale food. Jewish refugee
males had to engage in fist fights
with members of the Fascist
crew to protect the younger wo-
men on the ship from molesta-
tion.
The tragedy of the Spanish
freighter was summed up best
by one of its passengers, Zalman
Schnour, noted Yiddish poet and
novelist, who stated: "When the
story of the Navemar is all told
it will sound like something out
of the dark ages."
JEWISH CONFERENCE TO BE
HELD IN CITY OF BALTIMORE
New York (WNS)The Inter-
American Jewish Conference will
be held at the Southern Hotel in
Baltimore, Md., on October 26,
27 and 28, it was announced by
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of
the American Jewish Congress.
The Conference, scheduled to be
held in Washington, was trans-
ferred to Baltimore because of
the lack of facilities in Washing-
ton, and the priority for defense
workers.
The Inter-American Jewish Con
ference, which has been arranged
with the sympathetic consent of
the State Department of the
United States, will bring together
representatives from the prin-
cipal Central, South and North
American countries for discussion
of the following three-fold pro-
gram:
1. In the spirit of President
Roosevelt's "Good Neighbor" pol-
icy, supported and adopted by the
Latin-American Republics, we
aim to bring about closer contact
and fuller cooperation between
the Jewish communities of the
Western Hemisphere, to the end
that each community may be
completely integrated, through
the life of its own country, into
that American way of life com-
mon to all nations of the Ameri-
can continents.
2. To consider and coordinate
methods of bringing material and
moral help to Jewish victims of
the European tragedy.
3. To unite all American Jew-
ish communities in their effort
to facilitate the establishment
of the Jewish National Home in
Palestine.
JEWS IN ITALY
WILL BE HELD
US "HOSTAGES"
Geneva (WNS) Enraged by
President Roosevelt's speech re-
iterating America's determina-
tion to preserve the freedom of
the seas, Italy and Germany re-
sponded with the usual anti-
Jewish epithets, while the Italian
press warned that Italy would
retaliate against Jews in that
country if Italians in the United
States were mistreated, according
to reports received here.
"Treatment Italians are receiv-
ing in the United States is being
carefully observed," the newspa-
per Stampa of Turin said. "We
remind America that for each
hair touched on the head of Ital-
ians in America, Italy has in its
hands large numbers of Jews who
are principally lcsponsible for
measures that the Washington
Government has been issuing.
One day all accounts will be bal-
anced."
Commenting on the President's
address, the newspaper Popolo di
Roma asked: "What more could
be expect from the ebullient Jew
at Washington?" "Roosevelt is
going to shoot. That is his dream,
his fondest aspiration, his sadistic
joy. Well, let him shoot, but the
responsibility will not be Italy's
or Germany's, as he dares to af-
firm, but solely his."
The Nazi press, describing Mr.
Roosevelt as "a despicable tool
of world Jewry," sought to pin
the war guilt on the President.
Official Nazi spokesmen were re-
ported as saying: "All Roosevelt's
actions have one purpose and one
objectiveto precipitate the
United States into a Jewish war
and preserve the disposition of
international Jewry."
New Rochelle, N. Y. (WNS)
Samuel C. Lamport, pjrominent
Zionist and philanthropist, died
of a heart attack at his summer
home here. He was sixty-one
years old.
MR. and MRS.
Julius A. Bernstein
AND FAMILY
With All Their Relatives and
Friends a Happy New Year
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LOUIS LOEBER
of the
GENEVA EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
158 1-S N. E. 3rd St. Ph. 2-7079
MR. and MRS.
M. G. FURMAN
Wish All Their Relatives nad
Friends A Happy New Year
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B'NAI B'RITH BANNER UNFURLED AT SOUTH POtE
Murray Wiener, young New York member of B'nai B'rith,
who was a physicist and photographer with the Byrd Ex-
pedition to the Antarctic, took a B'nai B'rith banner with
him to the South Pole where he unfurled it as the first
emblem of any Jewish organization to fly over the Polar
Regions. At the right Wiener is shown in his hut at
Little America with the B'nai B'rith banner on the wall.
TO ALLA MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
FLORIDA WOOD
FLXTURES MFG. CO.
"Your Satisfaction
Our Pleasure"
2253 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-3735
MR and MRS.
JOE COHEN
AND FAMILY
With All Their Relatives and
Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS.
ISIDOR LANGNER
AND FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends a Very Happy New Year
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Phone 7-1866 Est. 1920
HENRY FLATTERY
MASTER PLUMBER
Sexauer System Man
7631 N. W. 2nd A-re.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Deigaard & Preston
Builders, Inc.
264 Giralda Avenue
PHONE 4-4014
CORAL GABLES
Best Wishes to All Jewry
For a Hctpdv and Prosperous
New Year
W MARTIN
Postal Telegraph
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MME. GLUCK
CORSETIERE
1632 PENNA. AVENUE
PHONE 6-4306
MIAMI BEACH



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941
* Jewlsl) ffarudiiciiri
PAGE THIRTEEN
A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
By BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON
President Greater Miami Jewish Federation
On this, the beginning of our
spiritual New Year, as president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, I extend to the Jew-
ish community, my sincere
wishes, for Health, Happiness and
above all Peace.
Rosh Hashona is the time of
year when we take "stock," so
to speak, of the blessings and the
shortcomings of the past year,
but we also map the course for
our way of life for the coming
year.
Here, in Miami, our blessings
have been manifold. Not yet
have we been called upon to
really sacrifice, in any measure,
anything comparable to the great
need. Our way of life for the
coming year lies clearly ahead of
us. We must dedicate and con-
secrate our lives to a year of
sacrifice and service.
Dare we fail to heed the bitter
cries for help from the stricken
both here and across the seas?
Let us stop and think. Truly,
we can say, "There but for the
Grace of God, am I." So, let
us prepare now to give all we
can, and be grateful that it will
be only money we are asked to
give. Let us thanK God, that we
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
13 Years Same Location and
Management
AUTO COLLISION
WORKS. INC.
125-135 N. E. 13th St.Ph. 2-2615
CHAS. WINKELMAN, Mgr.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ARTISTIC
WROUGHT IRON
2201 N. W. 1st COURT
PHONE 2-0215
Sincere Wihet for A Happy and
Prosperous New Year to Our
Friends and Customers
ANN'S
1657 Meridian Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
SINCERE NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
CABANA
SHOP
JENNIE and EDDIE
SILVERMAN
745 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
To Our Many Friends and
Customers We Wish Abundant
Happiness and Prosperity for
The New Year
ORANGE TAILOR
CLEANERS and LAUNDRY
207 6th Street
Ph. 5-9631
To Our Many Jewish Friends and
CustomersBest Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ANDY'S
Better Used Cars
2821 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 2-3482
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
u*
STATEWIDE
EXTERMINATING CO.
175S N. W. 77th 6tree
PHONE 7-3424
Free Termite Inspection
do not have to give, as Winston
Churchill says. Blood. Sweat
and Tears." Think how many
Benjamin E. Bronston
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
GEORGIA CULPEPPBH
MADAUNB CULPEPPEB
Tivoli Beauty Salon, Inc.
"FOR THE LADY WHO CARES"
Open Evenings 'y Appointment
744 w. Plngler St., Miami. Fla.
Phone 3-2561
TO JEWRY EVERYWHEREA
MOST HAPPY NEW
YEAR
DOLLY MADISON
DAIRIES. INC.
O. J. Dooley S. E. Schwartz
of the
D. J. DOOLEY
REALTY CO.
1031 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Sincere Wishes For a Happy
and Prosperous New Year
CROSS DISPLAY
SERVICE
1321 S. W. 40th Avenue
Phone 4-2914 Coral Gables
SINCERE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
CONSTRUCTION
PRODUCTS CORP.
1201 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-1234
ANGELICA UNIFORMS
Exclusive Agent for Florida
S. ASHER
Now Located at 140 N. E. 1st Ave.
PHONE 3-1659
Wishes All His Friends A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MONNAH PARK
SERVICE STATION
2201 N. W. 41st Street
PHONE 7-9392
of our fellow men are giving
their very lives to preserve Free-
dom and Liberty for us.
Morris C. Troper, chairman of
the European Council of the
Joint Distribution Committee,
has just returned from an ex-
tended stay in Europe. He re-
ports there are millions of people
starving, and who will have to
remain forever in the Hell which
is Europe today. Can we deny
them one bowl of soup a day?
Thousands are being driven
about from country to country
in the hope that they will be
rescued and reach a land of
Freedom one day. Can we deny
them succor?
We American Jews must con-
tinue to fulfill our responsibilities
to those abroad, to those on the
eternal road, and to the stricken
among us.
So. let us on this day of Rosh
Hashona. dedicate ourselves to
a year of service, to a year ol
sacrifice, and pray that our ef-
forts will bring new life, hap-
piness and peace to all mankind.
A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
OPTIMISM AND REALISM
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Congregation Beth David, Miami, Florida
For the ninth consecutive High
Holiday, through the courtesy of
The Jewish Floridian. I extend
the seasonal greetings'"L'shono
Tovah""A Happier and Better
New Year" to my co-religionists
and friends of Greater Miami. I
take it for granted that all of
you know the purpose of this
great High Holiday season and
understand its implications, You
will conic to the synagogue bur-
dened with the consciousness of
sin and seeking pardon from the
Almighty through confession and
nee. That all of us are
I sinners, more or less, none will
| dispute. That all of us will re-
i ally be moved to come to the
synagogue for the purpose of the
1 day. that all of us will be truly
penitent and humbly desirous to
CONTINUED ON PAGE 16
GREETINGS FROM THE
MIAMI CONSERVATORY
WOMEN'S CLUB BUILDING
\\ l!.i\ slim I ilive
Studios: Miami Beach, Shenandoah
PHONE 2-5835
BEST WISHES TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE
HUB DRY GOODS
129 N Miami Ave.
I'll. 1501
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEN GILLER
MASONRYCONCRETE
523 Michigan Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
WISHING YOU
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MANFRED
MANCUSI-UNGARO
ARCHITECT
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BRYTE DETECTIVE
BUREAU
614-22 American Bank Bldg.
PHONE 2.1669
Domestic. Civil and
Commercial Investigations
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WEBER, THOMPSON
& LEFCOURT
ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS
1215-17 Alfred I. duPont Bldg.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
SINCERE NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
House Cleaning &
Maintenance Co.
"Let Us Keep Your Home Safe
and Clean While You're Away"
L. B. GREEN. Prop.
456 41st St. Ph. 5-4521
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
from the

OF GREATER MIAMI
and its
AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS
COMPRISING:
Y. M. H. A.
y. W. H. A.
Y-ETTES
HOME CAMP
JUNIOR DIVISION
SUB-SENIOR DIVISION
BOY SCOUT TROOP NO. 6
GIRL SCOUT TROOP NO. 23
THE Y. M. H. A. HAS A PROGRAM SO DI-
VERSIFIED AND SO REPLETE WITH AC-
TIVITIES THAT YOU WILL FIND AMONG
ITS PROJECTS SOMETHING THAT WILL
INTEREST YOU -:- -:- -:- :-
JOIN THE Y. M. H. A. AND HELP US ERECT A NEW
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941 Jewlsl) ffarudiiciiri PAGE THIRTEEN A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE By BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON President Greater Miami Jewish Federation On this, the beginning of our spiritual New Year, as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, I extend to the Jewish community, my sincere wishes, for Health, Happiness and above all Peace. Rosh Hashona is the time of year when we take "stock," so to speak, of the blessings and the shortcomings of the past year, but we also map the course for our way of life for the coming year. Here, in Miami, our blessings have been manifold. Not yet have we been called upon to really sacrifice, in any measure, anything comparable to the great need. Our way of life for the coming year lies clearly ahead of us. We must dedicate and consecrate our lives to a year of sacrifice and service. Dare we fail to heed the bitter cries for help from the stricken both here and across the seas? Let us stop and think. Truly, we can say, "There but for the Grace of God, am I." So, let us prepare now to give all we can, and be grateful that it will be only money we are asked to give. Let us thanK God, that we NEW YEAR GREETINGS 13 Years Same Location and Management AUTO COLLISION WORKS. INC. 125-135 N. E. 13th St.—Ph. 2-2615 CHAS. WINKELMAN, Mgr. NEW YEAR GREETINGS ARTISTIC WROUGHT IRON 2201 N. W. 1st COURT PHONE 2-0215 Sincere Wihet for A Happy and Prosperous New Year to Our Friends and Customers ANN'S 1657 Meridian Avenue MIAMI BEACH SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS CABANA SHOP JENNIE and EDDIE SILVERMAN 745 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach To Our Many Friends and Customers We Wish Abundant Happiness and Prosperity for The New Year ORANGE TAILOR CLEANERS and LAUNDRY 207 6th Street Ph. 5-9631 To Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers—Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR ANDY'S Better Used Cars 2821 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 2-3482 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR u* STATEWIDE EXTERMINATING CO. 175S N. W. 77th 6tree PHONE 7-3424 Free Termite Inspection do not have to give, as Winston Churchill says. Blood. Sweat and Tears." Think how many Benjamin E. Bronston NEW YEAR GREETINGS GEORGIA CULPEPPBH MADAUNB CULPEPPEB Tivoli Beauty Salon, Inc. "FOR THE LADY WHO CARES" Open Evenings 'y Appointment 744 w. Plngler St., Miami. Fla. Phone 3-2561 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE—A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DOLLY MADISON DAIRIES. INC. O. J. Dooley — S. E. Schwartz of the D. J. DOOLEY REALTY CO. 1031 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Sincere Wishes For a Happy and Prosperous New Year CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE 1321 S. W. 40th Avenue Phone 4-2914 Coral Gables SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS CORP. 1201 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-1234 ANGELICA UNIFORMS Exclusive Agent for Florida S. ASHER Now Located at 140 N. E. 1st Ave. PHONE 3-1659 Wishes All His Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS MONNAH PARK SERVICE STATION 2201 N. W. 41st Street PHONE 7-9392 of our fellow men are giving their very lives to preserve Freedom and Liberty for us. Morris C. Troper, chairman of the European Council of the Joint Distribution Committee, has just returned from an extended stay in Europe. He reports there are millions of people starving, and who will have to remain forever in the Hell which is Europe today. Can we deny them one bowl of soup a day? Thousands are being driven about from country to country in the hope that they will be rescued and reach a land of Freedom one day. Can we deny them succor? We American Jews must continue to fulfill our responsibilities to those abroad, to those on the eternal road, and to the stricken among us. So. let us on this day of Rosh Hashona. dedicate ourselves to a year of service, to a year ol sacrifice, and pray that our efforts will bring new life, happiness and peace to all mankind. A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE OPTIMISM AND REALISM By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Congregation Beth David, Miami, Florida For the ninth consecutive High Holiday, through the courtesy of The Jewish Floridian. I extend the seasonal greetings—'"L'shono Tovah"—"A Happier and Better New Year" to my co-religionists and friends of Greater Miami. I take it for granted that all of you know the purpose of this great High Holiday season and understand its implications, You will conic to the synagogue burdened with the consciousness of sin and seeking pardon from the Almighty through confession and nee. That all of us are I sinners, more or less, none will | dispute. That all of us will rei ally be moved to come to the synagogue for the purpose of the 1 day. that all of us will be truly penitent and humbly desirous to CONTINUED ON PAGE 16 GREETINGS FROM THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY WOMEN'S CLUB BUILDING \\ l!.i\ slim .• I ilive Studios: Miami Beach, Shenandoah PHONE 2-5835 BEST WISHES TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE HUB DRY GOODS 129 N Miami Ave. I'll. 1501 HAPPY NEW YEAR BEN GILLER MASONRY—CONCRETE 523 Michigan Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA WISHING YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR MANFRED MANCUSI-UNGARO ARCHITECT BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BRYTE DETECTIVE BUREAU 614-22 American Bank Bldg. PHONE 2.1669 Domestic. Civil and Commercial Investigations NEW YEAR GREETINGS WEBER, THOMPSON & LEFCOURT ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS 1215-17 Alfred I. duPont Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS House Cleaning & Maintenance Co. "Let Us Keep Your Home Safe and Clean While You're Away" L. B. GREEN. 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a few things and come back.
Auntie packed for me. She was
crying all the time: When we
went back they took me to a
children's home at Stoke New-
ington. There were a lot of chil-
dren there. Then a man came
over and talked to us. He was a
kind man. His name was Eric
Muggeridge. He said that Aun-
tie shouldn't worry and that they
would take good care of me. He
told Auntie that I would live
here for a while until they sent
me to the safe part of England
in the country. Auntie was very
happy when he told her this. He
smiled a lot. He said that there
w re many kind people in Amer-
ica who were sending money to
England to care for the children
who were refugees. His commit-
tee, he told Auntie, was called
the Foster Parents' Plan for War
Children.
May 8, 19411 was sent to
Ashley House from Stoke New-
ington. This is a nice place.
Ashley House is the kind of place
that you see in the cinema. They
told us that this was a school
for very rich boys before the
war. Now boys like me live
here. The place is in Notting-
hamshire, and near us is Sher-
MR. AND MRS. JACK PALLOT
AND DAUGHTER SONYA BELLE
of the
PALLOT TIRE COMPANY
2246 N. E. Second Avenue
WISH FOR ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
MOORE'S
FURNITURE
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wood Forest. They told me
many stories about this forest
and Robin Hood wno used to live
here. I have read a book about
him. He was a fine fellow. I
like to make believe that he is
still in the forest with his band.
I am glad that I am going to
school again. I like school. The
teachers are very good to us,
and I am glad that they think I
am studying hard.
June 5, 1941Ashley House
has many wonderful things.
There are all kinds of games and
sports and they have horses, too.
They told me that they would
teach me how to ride if I wanted
to learn how.
There are many boys. I am
glad that they want to be my
friends. They come from a lot j
of different countries. There are ]
a lot of Spanish boys and Polish .
boys and French boys and Ger-
man boys, beside all the English ;
boys. Not all the German boys
are Jewish. They hate Hitler, ;
too. We all learn English, and \
the instructors tell us that we ,
must all live together as broth-
ers. I am very glad I was
brought to this place.
I am learning many things. I
like geography. When I grow up
I would like to travel all over
the world and see everything.
July 15, 1941They told me
that Mother and Father were
dead. I am crying a lot. I loved
them very much.
The other boys nave been kind
to me. Some of them told me
that their parents have died in
the past few years, too. I'll try
to be brave like Mother and
Father were when I went away.
Anyhow, I'm glad I'm here.
They told me that a lady in
America adopted me. She was
going to take care of me, and
send me the things I needed. I
was very happy to hear of this
foster-mother.
They told me my foster-moth-
er's name was M< lly Picon. Her
husband's name is Jacob Kalich.
One of the boys who comes from
Poland told me that she is a fam-
ous actress. I am very happy to
have such a foster-mother.
She is very good to me. She
sends me things, and she writes
to me, too.
(On August 5, 1941, the follow-
ing letter was sent to George
Weinstein by his foster-mother,
Molly Picon.The Editor.)
"Dear George:
"I have just returned from a
big trip and found all your love-
ly letters and I am sorry that
they weren't sent to me so that
PAGE FIFTEEN
I could answer them before. But
we'll start now and keep closely
in touch with you.
"You seem to be doing wonder-
fully with your English, for your
letters are perfectly written and
we are very proud of you.
"I am sorry that you were ill
and couldn't take part in the
Sherwood and Waverly House
match. I hope by now you are
all better again and playing for
your side with all your might.
"A Mrs. Liza Lew wrote to us
asking for your address. She
said she was your Hebrew teach-
er and wanted to send you some
books so you could continue with
your Hebrew lessons. Her ad-
dress is: Mrs. Liza Lew, 312 W.
102nd Street, N. Y. C. Would
CONTINUED ON PAGE 18
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941
fJenist fhrldUan
PAGE SEVENTEEN
A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
OPTIMISM AND REALISM
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Congregation Beth David, Miami, Florida
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 16
pair, never falter in our hope .
We dare not despair! A known
Sage once said: "A person must
never despair even in the dark-
est hour. Before dawn dark-
ness is most dense; before the
seed sown in the ground begins
to sprout, it must first be de-
composed. Even at the very be-
ginning of Creation, the Eternal
demonstrated this rule. Before
light was created, all was dark-
ness over the face of the chip."
Optimism is a predominating
characteristic of the Jewish
people and should be emphasized
especially during this Holiday
season for most of us have for-
gotten its meaning. It forms the
gist of the specifically Jewish
Weltanschaung. Even the most
dreary trials of the galus have
failed to shatter the fortitude of
Israel and cast him into the
abyss of despair.
Listen to the words of Schop-
enhauer: "Optimism is as irre-
conciliable with Christianity as
it is with Buddahism and Brah-
manism. The fundamental char-
acteristics of Judaism are optim-
ism and realism. "All that He
created was very good." Even
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. B. TAIT
ACCOUNTANT
8015 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami
TO ALLSEASON'S GREETINGS
INTER-STATE THEATRICAL AGENCY
"EVERYTHING IN ENTERTAINMENT"
817 Washington Avenue Phone 5-7276
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
AL DASH LEONARD TOBIN AL WILSON
TO OUR MANY CLIENTS AND FRIENDS
We Wish You Abundant Happiness on the New Year
KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc.
and
CLYDE E. PENDLEY
OLYMPIA BUILDING PHONE 3-3000
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH PATRONS
FOR A RELIABLE EXPERT DRY CLEANING SERVICE
LAMONT LAUNDRY
A COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE
Drive In and Save
1111 Fifth Street Phone 5-1208
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY
SADDLE HORSESSHOW HORSES
"WE CATER TO THE BEST"
3277 N. W. 38th STREET
FOR FULL INFORMATION CALL 8-2150
THE MASTERBILT CORPORATION
605 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
OUR SINCEREST WISHES TO ALL OF OUR JEWISH
FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
VENETIAN ART MARBLE TILE MARBLE TERRAZZO
PHONE 2-5293
1121 N. W. 29th Street Miami. Florida
SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS
THE SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL
"SERVICE WITH A SMILE"
1011 N. W. SECOND AVENUE PHONE 2-9998
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I. L SPRINGER EGG CO.
Fresh Killed Poultry and Fresh Farm Eggs
317 N. W. Filth Street Phone 2-3508
though we may not fathom it
for the moment as Lord Byron .
said: "Deep in yon cave Hon-
arius long did dwell in the hope
to merit heaven by making earth
a hell. Yet we are cautioned,
Man should always train himself
to say "Gam zeh L'Tovah"
"Whatever the Merciful One does
is for our benefit."
This note of hope the High
Holiday season teaches us; that
what we need in our human life
at this moment is less fear and
more faith; less pessimism and
more optimism; less passion and
more compassion; less selfishness
and more selflessness; less help-
lessness and more helpfulness;
less hatred that separates men
and more love that unites men.
Then will our sorrows unite us
and the vision of our immediate
common happiness keep us to-
gether; then, indeed, will are
have a"Shnas Li- Alter Li-
Chayim Tovim!""Life and Hap-
piness for all Israel and Hu-
manity.!"
WEB OF HATE
By PIERRE VAN PAASSEN
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is being sought of
Isadore (Irving) Gold who dis-
appeared from his home in New
York City in May 1941 and sine.-
then has failed to contribute to
the support of his family, as a
result of which they are desti-
tute circumstances and in need
of his financial assistance. Mr.
Gold, who is believed to be in
Florida, was born in Russia in
'894, is 5 ft. 4 in. tall, weighs
150 lbs, has dark brown hair,
greying, partly bald and brown
eyes, and is a truck driver by
occupation. Anyone aware of
his location is requested to com-
municate with the National De-
sertion Bureau, 67 West 47th
street, New York City.
Pierre Van Paassen, journalist
and author, whose name ranks
among the foremost literary fig-
ures of the day, contributes the
following article on the Aus-
lands-Organisation, the clearing
house for the Fascist Interna-
tional. Mr. Van Paassen's new
book, "That Day Alone" will
appear in September.
The Editor
"The German Revolution is to
change the face of the world.
We want to fashion new human
beings. One day the German
Revolution will not remain con-
fined to Germany. We have our
fire brands into every State of
the World."
These- are the marching orders
of Hitler's Fifth Columnthe
world-wide Nazi ring of secret
agents busily paving the way
for Hitler's military and economic
conquests in every nook and
corner of the globe.
Even the famous British In-
telligence Service, with its ama.-.-
ing record of adventure and in-
trigue, seems hardly more than
a Boy Scout's organization when
we measure it against the tasks
Hitler entrusts to his s
agents. Yet the Gestapo is mere-
ly the policing organization of
the Auslands-Organisation del
N.S.D.A.P. (Foreign Bureau of the
National-Socialist Party), which
directs and controls the work of
the Fifth Columnists throughout
the world. The Gestapo's func-
tion is to check and spy on the
members of the A.O.. as Nazi
officials resignate their Auslands-
Organisation.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 20
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Our Aim is to Please
JONES
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ATLAS TIRES
24 HOUR ROAD SERVICE
2645 W. Flagler St. Ph. 4-9110
MR. AND MRS.
L. SILVERMAN
and the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
Wish for All Their
Patrons and Friends A
HAPPY NEW. YEAR
MR. and MRS.
BARNEY HANSON
AND FAMILY
HANSON ROOFING
COMPANY
PIONEER ROOFERS
IN THIS AREA
444 S. W. 22nd AVENUE
MIAMI
PHONE 4-5860
WISH ALL A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY
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1
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MIAMI BEACH
SINCEREST GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M. B. GARRIS
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1213 Congress Building
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S. fl. fRriL DISIMBUTIIIG CO.
EXTENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS
3002 N. E. FIRST COURTMIAMI, FLORIDA
To Our Patrons and FriendsA Most Happy New Year
FLAMINGO BOAT LIVERY
Mary Street Call 4-4010
COCONUT GROVE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FARREY HARDWARE CO.. Inc.
1692 ALTON ROAD 717 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
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100 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-6411
To Our Many Friends and Patrons We Wish
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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LOWEST MIAMI RATES
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31 N. W. 8th Street
MARY M. BLACK
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WISHES YOU AND YOURS HEALTH AND
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Kindergarten to Junior High School, thorough elementary
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inclement weather. All types of dancing. Outdoor activi-
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"WE ARE NOT ALONE"
By RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
In a world darkened by over-
hanging clouds of despair and
depression, there still shines some
measure of hope and encourage-
ment on the far off horizon. The
fact that the enemies of Israel
are also the enemies of Ameri-
canism and Democracy, lighten
our burden and heighten our
hope as it assures us that "We
are not Alone," in our battle of
survival. There are many para-
llel strains that bring our re-
ligion in close relationship with
democracy. The respect for hu-
man life and dignity, the high
ideals of liberty and equality, the
appeal to reason and to the mind
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
W. H. MURRELL
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
of men, is paramount in both
Judaism and Democracy, hence
in the scale of human values they
are placed side by side.
The purveyors of hate and
falsehood are equally opposed to
all groups whose very life de-
pends on truth, decency and hon-
est standards. American demo-
cracy is anathema to those who
live by the sword and whose very
existence is predicated upon the
denial of human rights. Juda-
ism is similarly the objective of
their venomous hatred as it
preaches the equality of peoples
before the fatherhood of G-d,
giving the lie to their oft re-
peated assertions of a master
race and slave classes. Now
when the world seems at its
darkest we calmly face the fu-
ture for just as we believe the
government of free men will not
perish from the earth, so are we
equally hopeful that the People
of the Book will forever survive,
as it has been said, "And it shall
come to pass, that at eventide, it
shall be Light."
NOTES FROM A CITY
EDITOR'S DESK
CONTINUED FROM PACE 18
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
LUBY CHEVROLET CO.
Miami's Largest Locally Owned Chevrolet Dealer
1055 West Flagler Street
TWO USED CAR LOTS
905 WEST FLAGLER STREET 1015
of distributing propaganda has
not vanished with them They
still spread their venom through
private mailing lists, for alas,
the United States postal service
is still delivering almost any
sort of mail with no questions
asked at 3 cents an ounce .
AND HERE IS WHERE OUR
NATIONAL OUNCE OF PRE-
VENTION IS MOST SORELY
NEEDEDIN THE U. S. MAILS.
NEWS POSTSCRIPTS
PREMONITION: Rabindrath
Tagore, 80, India's Nobel prize
poet died in Calcutta, Aug. 7.
A few weeks before, prior to
entering the operating room he
composed his last article of prose.
He titled it "Death" TIP:
More copies of the Nazi Frank-
furter Zeitung are sold in Uru-
guay than in Frankfurt OB-
SERVATION: Couple weeks ago
this space tersely itemed"Edi-
tors better have obituary on
Mussolini brought up to date."
Last week II Duce*s son Bruno
Mussolini was killedallegedly
in a plane crash. Now we
haven't occult or so called spiri-
tual power to foresee what the
future holds, but we do have
what we now consider a very
GOOD astrological consultant.
When our starry-minded friend
gave us the aforementioned tip
after a huddle with his horo-
scopes, he didn't qualify the mo-
nicker "Mussolini." Naturally,
being a bright boy and inclined
to wishful thinking, we assumed
that he meant Benito. Well, if
you're keeping score, how about
25% on that one. And by the
way, when we get the good word
on Hitler, we'll let you know .
PAGE NINETEEN'
FUN FARE
Our girl Shabbas received a
postcard from her boy friend:
"I'm spending my vacation
around Veronica Lake," it read,
'"Wish you were her!" _. Eddie
Cantor has a new auto horn
sounding three short toots and a
long onehis contribution to the
"V" campaign Kid by the
name of Bloom stands in for
Slapsie Maxie, the picture star,
who rides him too much. "Why-
isit, you're so dumb?" said Maxie
to the kid one day. "Well. Max.
I'm only doin' my job, standin'
in for youthat's got me this
way!"ribbed the youngster.
Max who once could take a
punch withered under that punch
line .Barber shop and a Jewish
restaurant in N. Y.'s bowery are
owned by one guy who knows
the value of bargains. His es-
tablishment sports a sign: "Chav
and a haircut, 15c" Anony-
mous contributor heralds from
Detroit: "When a girl marries for
cash in this town she is given
a lot of credit!" seems to me,
we've heard that someplace be-
fore .
\*T 19 the BEST'
SEASON GREETINGS FROM
SIDNEY MEYER MITCHELL WOLFSON
Wometco Theatres
LINCOLN
CAPITOL
STATE
BILTMORE
STRAND
MIAMI
SURF
CAMEO
GROVE
MAYFAIR
PLAZA
TOWER
ROSETTA
CENTER
To Our Patrons and Friends
A Most Happy New Year
Palace Bowling Center
2101 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8898
LUCKY STRIKE ALLEYS
2975 S. W. 8th St.
Ph. 4-9160
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIKE DALLETT'S
GARAGE & SERVICE
STATION
340 Twenty Third Street
PHONE 5-6721
MIAMI BEACH
To Jewry Everywhere:
May the New Year Bring You
Health and Happiness
HIALEAH WHOLESALE
BUTCHERS CORP.
29th Street Hialeah. Fla.
foodi
RENTER
1429
WASH.
AVE.
MIAMI
BEACH
Extends to all Jewry
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
A market second to none in the entire South. Where every regard for
Health. Quality and Service is paramount to monetary consideration.
Equipped with the most modern fixtures in each and every depart-
ment. Stocked with only the finest in quality merchandise. Manned
by employees trained in courtesy and service and definitely instructed
to provide the customer with what is wanted. A FREE delivery service
second to none.
PHONE 5-3418
1*
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS. HARRY TOREM
FURNITURE STUDIOS
839 West Flagler Street Phone 3-3024
: : *
Sincere Wishes for a Happy New Year
fyutiti, Gomficuiy,
47 North West Fifth Street
Miami, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
A. J. TOBIN



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 +J9Uktk>rktk*r A ROSH HASHONA MESSAGE "WE ARE NOT ALONE" By RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation In a world darkened by overhanging clouds of despair and depression, there still shines some measure of hope and encouragement on the far off horizon. The fact that the enemies of Israel are also the enemies of Americanism and Democracy, lighten our burden and heighten our hope as it assures us that "We are not Alone," in our battle of survival. There are many parallel strains that bring our religion in close relationship with democracy. The respect for human life and dignity, the high ideals of liberty and equality, the appeal to reason and to the mind TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR W. H. MURRELL RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER of men, is paramount in both Judaism and Democracy, hence in the scale of human values they are placed side by side. The purveyors of hate and falsehood are equally opposed to all groups whose very life depends on truth, decency and honest standards. American democracy is anathema to those who live by the sword and whose very existence is predicated upon the denial of human rights. Judaism is similarly the objective of their venomous hatred as it preaches the equality of peoples before the fatherhood of G-d, giving the lie to their oft repeated assertions of a master race and slave classes. Now when the world seems at its darkest we calmly face the future for just as we believe the government of free men will not perish from the earth, so are we equally hopeful that the People of the Book will forever survive, as it has been said, "And it shall come to pass, that at eventide, it shall be Light." NOTES FROM A CITY EDITOR'S DESK CONTINUED FROM PACE 18 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LUBY CHEVROLET CO. Miami's Largest Locally Owned Chevrolet Dealer 1055 West Flagler Street TWO USED CAR LOTS 905 WEST FLAGLER STREET 1015 of distributing propaganda has not vanished with them They still spread their venom through private mailing lists, for alas, the United States postal service is still delivering almost any sort of mail with no questions asked at 3 cents an ounce AND HERE IS WHERE OUR NATIONAL OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS MOST SORELY NEEDED—IN THE U. S. MAILS. NEWS POSTSCRIPTS PREMONITION: Rabindrath Tagore, 80, India's Nobel prize poet died in Calcutta, Aug. 7. A few weeks before, prior to entering the operating room he composed his last article of prose. He titled it "Death" TIP: More copies of the Nazi Frankfurter Zeitung are sold in Uruguay than in Frankfurt OBSERVATION: Couple weeks ago this space tersely itemed—"Editors better have obituary on Mussolini brought up to date." Last week II Duce*s son Bruno Mussolini was killed—allegedly in a plane crash. Now we haven't occult or so called spiritual power to foresee what the future holds, but we do have what we now consider a very GOOD astrological consultant. When our starry-minded friend gave us the aforementioned tip after a huddle with his horoscopes, he didn't qualify the monicker "Mussolini." Naturally, being a bright boy and inclined to wishful thinking, we assumed that he meant Benito. Well, if you're keeping score, how about 25% on that one. And by the way, when we get the good word on Hitler, we'll let you know PAGE NINETEEN' FUN FARE Our girl Shabbas received a postcard from her boy friend: "I'm spending my vacation around Veronica Lake," it read, '"Wish you were her!" _. Eddie Cantor has a new auto horn sounding three short toots and a long one—his contribution to the "V" campaign Kid by the name of Bloom stands in for Slapsie Maxie, the picture star, who rides him too much. "Whyisit, you're so dumb?" said Maxie to the kid one day. "Well. Max. I'm only doin' my job, standin' in for you—that's got me this way!"—ribbed the youngster. Max who once could take a punch withered under that punch line .Barber shop and a Jewish restaurant in N. Y.'s bowery are owned by one guy who knows the value of bargains. His establishment sports a sign: "Chav and a haircut, 15c" Anonymous contributor heralds from Detroit: "When a girl marries for cash in this town she is given a lot of credit!" seems to me, we've heard that someplace before \*T 19 the BEST' SEASON GREETINGS FROM SIDNEY MEYER MITCHELL WOLFSON Wometco Theatres LINCOLN CAPITOL STATE BILTMORE STRAND MIAMI SURF CAMEO GROVE MAYFAIR PLAZA TOWER ROSETTA CENTER To Our Patrons and Friends A Most Happy New Year Palace Bowling Center 2101 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8898 LUCKY STRIKE ALLEYS 2975 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 4-9160 A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIKE DALLETT'S GARAGE & SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty Third Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH To Jewry Everywhere: May the New Year Bring You Health and Happiness HIALEAH WHOLESALE BUTCHERS CORP. 29th Street Hialeah. Fla. FOODI RENTER 1429 WASH. AVE. MIAMI BEACH Extends to all Jewry Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR A market second to none in the entire South. Where every regard for Health. Quality and Service is paramount to monetary consideration. Equipped with the most modern fixtures in each and every department. Stocked with only the finest in quality merchandise. Manned by employees trained in courtesy and service and definitely instructed to provide the customer with what is wanted. A FREE delivery service second to none. PHONE 5-3418 1* TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. HARRY TOREM FURNITURE STUDIOS 839 West Flagler Street Phone 3-3024 : : Sincere Wishes for a Happy New Year fyutiti, Gomficuiy, 47 North West Fifth Street Miami, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS A. J. TOBIN








FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1941
* Unisii fhNricHrun
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
In he following article, David
Hays Sulzbcrgcr. chairman of the
executive committee of the Na-
tional Refugee Service, recounts
the magnificent amount of refu-
gee aid the American Jewish
community has made po
through the agency of the NRS
and acknowledges the earnest
and intelligent effort the refu-
gees have made to find their
bearings in a new land.
The Editor
There is a poem by Longfe'.-
low. written about the refugees
in Americathe first refugees.
the tortured Marranos from Por-
tugal and Brazil who now lie
huried in the little churchyard of
the Hebrew Synagogue at New-
port, R. I. Tiny came to this
country nearly three hundred
years ago. seeking freedom in
the sanctuary Roger Williams
had carved out of the forests,
hut the words that Longfellow
wrote might well apply to the
men and women who seek that
same freedom today.
"Pride and humiliation hand
in hand
Walked with them through
the world where'er they
went
Trampled ami beaten were
they as the sand
And yet unshaken as the
continent."
Rosh Hashona is traditionally
a Day of Remembrance a day
of recapitulating the past year
and of planning for the tune to
The National Ri
Service, an integral part of Jew-
ish life in America, is proud to
render an accounting for its stew-
ardship of the past year, of toll-
ing what it has done for these
men and women who have
walked for so long with "pride
and humiliation hand in hand."
The American Jewish commun-
ity, through the agency of the
NRS. through the hundreds of
local cooperating committees, and
through scores of other organiza-
tions giving time and effort to
some phase of refugee aid. has
done a job of which it may
: little proud in r I 'is of
thousands from Nazi Europe.
Rut perhaps we might he a
little proud of the r them-
selves, They have seen tl'.e work
' of a lifetime, or evi n i
swept away, busii i
looted, pi al skills re-
duced to naught, homes d< stroy-
ed. They have spent yeai
fering the actual tortures ol the
ghetto. They have lived only
on the hope of migration, lived
through one painful disappoint-
after another. Finally they
have come 1 An i i ica to find
kindness. But sometimes hey
find suspicion, too, suspicion that
is understandable hut unju
able when directed at thesi
To Mv Many Jewish Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H. J HAYDEN
QUALITY CLEANERS
PHONE 7.5015
718 N. W 79th Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CORAL GABLES
Machinery Exchange
4101 S. Dixie Highway
PHONE 44522
THE CODY CO
STORE AND RESTAURANT
EQUIPMENT
808 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 27381
and women who know the evil
face of totalitarianism too well
to be anything but ardent lovers
of freedom. Yet the vast major-
ity of these refugees are able to
push all this into the past; to
make an earnest and intelligent
effort to find their hearings in
a new land, to buckle down to
hard work.
Thousands I ached our
shores safely, and under the
sheltering arm of NRS and more
than 900 local cooperating eom-
mitees, have been able to build
new lives and new homes. All
through the year here
and health were rebuilt; child-
ren ha' ration-
al opportunities. Manj have
ound new i
id the
tribute to the an ana science of
their new country.
Trained workers in thi
have handled detail- of COl
migration ith all-im-
poi tanl sp< ed and interest: kept
informed on proce '.d re-
quirements t i' r in
which are onstant
: .can reli tiv<
given information
straiv I parts
e world :
to safi ty. Letl
and 1
have been handled by thousands;
all to bring some measure of re-
lief to harrowed peoples.
Food, shelter, clothingthe
three first requisites of living,
say the economic books. Here,
too, the NRS served. There are
those who step off the boat,
completely broken by starvation
and flight. They have been
helped while they regain health
and initiative and are able to
stand on tin ir own feet.
Men must workfor happiness,
rurity, for sell i t, And
with the increased demand for
with more job openings.
res have
In line with this, men
who were no longer able to fol-
low their own ; in or busi-
ven given many new op-
nit ios to retrain in some
field. Courses were insti-
CONTINUED ON PAGE 24
Mp and Mrs. Wm. Uhlfelder
Lincoln Center Bag Shop
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
G26 Lincoln Road Phone 52022
Miami Beach
ft
Happy $>ut l&tat
fy N wishing you a happy
'New Year, The Herald
hopes for you every pos-
sible blessing that the
New Year can bring to
you.
FLORIDA'S MOST COMPLETE NEWSPAPER
Associated PressUnited PressInternational News Service
Wired Photos (Ins. and Wide World)
Season's Greetings to My
Many Friends
PAUL DEAL
PAULA SHOPS. Inc.
UPHOLSTERING
PHONE 4 3677
2574 S. W. 22nd Street
TO ALL JEWRY
BERHARD LUNDBERG
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WALTER A.
FREDERICK'S
MARKET
680 N. W. 02nd Street
PHONE 7-2377
Sincere New Year Greeting*
DAVID LEMELMAN
Ingraham Building
To Our Friends and All Jewry
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Weiss
and Family
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JUNE DAIRY
BEST CREAJVfERy

NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS .... To Our Jewish Friends
Miami Home Milk Producers Association
Owned and Operated By Local Dairy Farmers
GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILKSOUR CREAMSWEET BUTTERCOTTAGE CHEESE
DRINK
"HOME MILK"
FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE
PHONE 2-7696
FT.LAUDERDALE613
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1941 *• Unisii fhNricHrun PAGE TWENTY-ONE In he following article, David Hays Sulzbcrgcr. chairman of the executive committee of the National Refugee Service, recounts the magnificent amount of refugee aid the American Jewish community has made po through the agency of the NRS and acknowledges the earnest and intelligent effort the refugees have made to find their bearings in a new land. —The Editor There is a poem by Longfe'.low. written about the refugees in America—the first refugees. the tortured Marranos from Portugal and Brazil who now lie huried in the little churchyard of the Hebrew Synagogue at Newport, R. I. Tiny came to this country nearly three hundred years ago. seeking freedom in the sanctuary Roger Williams had carved out of the forests, hut the words that Longfellow wrote might well apply to the men and women who seek that same freedom today. "Pride and humiliation hand in hand Walked with them through the world where'er they went Trampled ami beaten were they as the sand And yet unshaken as the continent." Rosh Hashona is traditionally a Day of Remembrance a day of recapitulating the past year and of planning for the tune to The National Ri Service, an integral part of Jewish life in America, is proud to render an accounting for its stewardship of the past year, of tolling what it has done for these men and women who have walked for so long with "pride and humiliation hand in hand." The American Jewish community, through the agency of the NRS. through the hundreds of local cooperating committees, and through scores of other organizations giving time and effort to some phase of refugee aid. has done a job of which it may : little proud in r I 'is of thousands from Nazi Europe. Rut perhaps we might he a little proud of the r themselves, They have seen tl'.e work of a lifetime, or evi n i swept away, busii i looted, pi al skills reduced to naught, homes d< stroyed. They have spent yeai fering the actual tortures ol the ghetto. They have lived only on the hope of migration, lived through one painful disappointafter another. Finally they have come 1 An i i ica to find kindness. But sometimes hey find suspicion, too, suspicion that is understandable hut unju able when directed at thesi To Mv Many Jewish Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR H. J HAYDEN QUALITY CLEANERS PHONE 7.5015 718 N. W 79th Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS CORAL GABLES Machinery Exchange 4101 S. Dixie Highway PHONE 44522 THE CODY CO STORE AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 808 North Miami Avenue PHONE 27381 and women who know the evil face of totalitarianism too well to be anything but ardent lovers of freedom. Yet the vast majority of these refugees are able to push all this into the past; to make an earnest and intelligent effort to find their hearings in a new land, to buckle down to hard work. Thousands I ached our shores safely, and under the sheltering arm of NRS and more than 900 local cooperating eommitees, have been able to build new lives and new homes. All through the year here and health were rebuilt; children ha' rational opportunities. Manj have ound new i id the tribute to the an ana science of their new country. Trained workers in thi have handled detailof COl migration ith all-impoi tanl sp< ed and interest: kept informed on proce '.d requirements t i' r in which are onstant : .can reli tiv< given information straiv I parts e world : to safi ty. Letl and 1 have been handled by thousands; all to bring some measure of relief to harrowed peoples. Food, shelter, clothing—the three first requisites of living, say the economic books. Here, too, the NRS served. There are those who step off the boat, completely broken by starvation and flight. They have been helped while they regain health and initiative and are able to stand on tin ir own feet. Men must work—for happiness, rurity, for sell i t, And with the increased demand for with more job openings. res have In line with this, men who were no longer able to follow their own ; in or busiven given many new opnit ios to retrain in some field. Courses were instiCONTINUED ON PAGE 24 Mp and Mrs. Wm. Uhlfelder Lincoln Center Bag Shop Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR G26 Lincoln Road Phone 52022 Miami Beach ft Happy $>ut l&tat f y N wishing you a happy 'New Year, The Herald hopes for you every possible blessing that the New Year can bring to • you. FLORIDA'S MOST COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Associated Press—United Press—International News Service Wired Photos (Ins. and Wide World) Season's Greetings to My Many Friends PAUL DEAL PAULA SHOPS. Inc. UPHOLSTERING PHONE 4 3677 2574 S. W. 22nd Street TO ALL JEWRY ^B^S^^S^ < ^B ; 3*^3*2S*SS|gj£P!





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Miami Be-acr.
56 West Fiasie: St
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
*Jenislh fhrkftan
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
By WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN
Director, Florida Regional Office
Anti-Defamation League
Another year of travail for the
Jewish people has passed. Count-
less thousands have perished in
Nazi Europe under the heel of
the barbarian, either through
starvation or the concentration
camp. In our own country om-
inous signs of hardships yet to
come fill the headlines.
For the first time since the
founding of the United States
Jews have been made a political
issue During the last election
more than a score of candidates
sought high office on a platform
of "down with the Jews."
The line of attack has been
First Court Repair Shop
Extends Best Wishes 'or A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to their patrons and friends
100 S. W. 1st Street Ph. 2-5913
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DIXIE AWNING CO.
"If It's Made of Canvas
We Make It"
AWNINGS CANOPIES
SOLARIUMS BOAT WORK
644 Collins Cnurt Ph. 5-1550
MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
,
EDSINGER HOTEL
1244 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
Sam Karpf Harold Perper
changing constantly. First, the
Jew is charged with b< ii
Communist, then a capil
Today he is pictured as a war-
monger, tomorrow as
who will not serve his country
on the field of battle. But the
objective remains the
destroy the Jews as an o]
wedge for uprooting th
cratic system.
We can take comfort, h
er, in the thought that thi
of the Jew is not an exclusively
Jewish problem. Democracy i1.-
self is at Make and our existence
as a group is tied up with its
life or death.
Increasingly the American peo-
ple are realizing this as they
prepare against the menace ol
the hate importations from
abroad.
With ever-growing power they
gird their loins with the defens-
ive instruments of war. Daily
EVERYBODY'S JOB
OUR RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE NEW YEAR
By HENRY MONSKY
President of B'nai B'rith
With the vigor and forthright-
that characterizes all his
actions, the president of B'nai
' B'rith enunciates in his Rosh
Hashona message to American
Jewry a program of action and
service for every American Jew
'during the year to come.
The Editor
We approach the High Holidays
with aching hearts, but with
resolute wills to do our part in the
titanic Struggle to preserve the
values of our civilization.
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN One-half of the total Jewish
Director Florida Regional Office population has been subjected to
Anti-Defamation League inconceivable suffering and mis-
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Patrons
and Friends
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
503 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 2-9701
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
IJI
Arthur W. Eisenmeyer, Jr.
56 S. W. 1st STREET
SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SGHOELL METAL CRAFT
WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS
FIRE SCREENS AND DOOR GRILLES
7100 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 7-3452
Best Wishes for
A Happy
And Prosperous
NEW YEAR
y
RICHARDS
the war products from our fac-
tories increase in number. .Amer-
ica once more is mindful of its
er slogan: "Millions for de-
fense but not one cent for tri-
bute."
In this spirit of America lies
our hope for the future, the hope
of world Jewry, whose center
now has been shifted to our
shores.
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 N. W. 14th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
ery. So tragic has been the ex-
perience of our people, so over-
whelming the problems of re
lief and rehabilitation, and so
apparently hopeless the plight of
millions of these innocent victims
of the would-be destroyers of the
whole structure of our present
day civilization, that we arc-
prone to become insensible to
their appeals, and discouraged if
not despaired, and. as a conse-
CONTINUED ON PAGE 26
We Wish to Extend to Our Jewish
Friends and Customers Sincere
Good Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
COPLAN
Used Car Sales
325 S. W. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 2-9957
MR. AND MRS.
JULIUS DAMENSTEIN
AND DAUGHTER
Wish For All Their Friends
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
'il
1

' Sincere New Year Greetings We Wish Our Many Jewish Fr.eids
To Our Jewish Friends and Customers a Happy and
CLEMMER'S Prosperous New Year
PHARMACY
AIR CONDITIONED EZELL AUTO CO.
7100 COLLINS AVENUE WE REPAIR ALL MAKES
PHONE 6-2421 OF CARS
MIAMI BEACH 24 N. W. 4th St. Ph. 2-6504
SINCERE WISHES
tor a
HAPPY NEW YEAR

ELECTROLUX, INC.
Postal Building
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
MONSALVATGE & DRANE
DISTRIBUTORS OF
OPTIMO CIGARS
PEOPLE'S POULTRY & EGG MARKET
Wishes Our Patrons a Prosperous New Year
1108 S. W. 8th StreetPhone 2-2237
V. Carry the Best Tennessee Poultry at Reasonable Pi
WE DELIVER I. MALTZMAN. Prop.
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN W. ROLLINS
PAVING CONTRACTOR
260 N. E. 99th Street
Phone 7-1486
THE
AMERICAN OL COMPANY
WISHES YOU A
HAPPY NEW yEAR

AMERICAN
AMOCO




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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 •*Jenislh fhrkftan PAGE TWENTY-THREE NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE By WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN Director, Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League Another year of travail for the Jewish people has passed. Countless thousands have perished in Nazi Europe under the heel of the barbarian, either through starvation or the concentration camp. In our own country ominous signs of hardships yet to come fill the headlines. For the first time since the founding of the United States Jews have been made a political issue During the last election more than a score of candidates sought high office on a platform of "down with the Jews." The line of attack has been First Court Repair Shop Extends Best Wishes 'or A HAPPY NEW YEAR to their patrons and friends 100 S. W. 1st Street Ph. 2-5913 NEW YEAR GREETINGS DIXIE AWNING CO. "If It's Made of Canvas We Make It" AWNINGS — CANOPIES SOLARIUMS — BOAT WORK 644 Collins Cnurt Ph. 5-1550 MIAMI BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS EDSINGER HOTEL 1244 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH Sam Karpf Harold Perper changing constantly. First, the Jew is charged with b< ii Communist, then a capil Today he is pictured as a warmonger, tomorrow as who will not serve his country on the field of battle. But the objective remains the destroy the Jews as an o] wedge for uprooting th cratic system. We can take comfort, h • er, in the thought that thi of the Jew is not an exclusively Jewish problem. Democracy i 1 .self is at Make and our existence as a group is tied up with its life or death. Increasingly the American people are realizing this as they prepare against the menace ol the hate importations from abroad. With ever-growing power they gird their loins with the defensive instruments of war. Daily EVERYBODY'S JOB OUR RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE NEW YEAR By HENRY MONSKY President of B'nai B'rith With the vigor and forthrightthat characterizes all his actions, the president of B'nai B'rith enunciates in his Rosh Hashona message to American Jewry a program of action and service for every American Jew 'during the year to come. The Editor We approach the High Holidays with aching hearts, but with resolute wills to do our part in the titanic Struggle to preserve the values of our civilization. WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN One-half of the total Jewish Director Florida Regional Office population has been subjected to Anti-Defamation League inconceivable suffering and misNEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Patrons and Friends DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 2-9701 TO ALL MY FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR IJI Arthur W. Eisenmeyer, Jr. 56 S. W. 1st STREET SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS SGHOELL METAL CRAFT WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS FIRE SCREENS AND DOOR GRILLES 7100 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 7-3452 Best Wishes for A Happy And Prosperous NEW YEAR y RICHARDS the war products from our factories increase in number. .America once more is mindful of its er slogan: "Millions for defense but not one cent for tribute." In this spirit of America lies our hope for the future, the hope of world Jewry, whose center now has been shifted to our shores. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA ery. So tragic has been the experience of our people, so overwhelming the problems of re lief and rehabilitation, and so apparently hopeless the plight of millions of these innocent victims of the would-be destroyers of the whole structure of our present day civilization, that we arcprone to become insensible to their appeals, and discouraged if not despaired, and. as a conseCONTINUED ON PAGE 26 We Wish to Extend to Our Jewish Friends and Customers Sincere Good Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR COPLAN Used Car Sales 325 S. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9957 MR. AND MRS. JULIUS DAMENSTEIN AND DAUGHTER Wish For All Their Friends A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 'i l 1 Sincere New Year Greetings We Wish Our Many Jewish Fr.eids To Our Jewish Friends and Customers a Happy and CLEMMER'S Prosperous New Year PHARMACY AIR CONDITIONED EZELL AUTO CO. 7100 COLLINS AVENUE WE REPAIR ALL MAKES PHONE 6-2421 OF CARS MIAMI BEACH 24 N. W. 4th St. Ph. 2-6504 SINCERE WISHES tor a HAPPY NEW YEAR • ELECTROLUX, INC. Postal Building A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR MONSALVATGE & DRANE DISTRIBUTORS OF OPTIMO CIGARS PEOPLE'S POULTRY & EGG MARKET Wishes Our Patrons a Prosperous New Year 1108 S. W. 8th Street—Phone 2-2237 V. %  Carry the Best Tennessee Poultry at Reasonable Pi WE DELIVER I. MALTZMAN. Prop. TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN W. ROLLINS PAVING CONTRACTOR 260 N. E. 99th Street Phone 7-1486 THE AMERICAN OL COMPANY WISHES YOU A HAPPY NEW yEAR • • • • AMERICAN AMOCO • • • •



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FREDAY,
SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
>Jtn*t> flrsra/nr
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
BEHIND THE ARMY
By STEPHEN J. STROOCK
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 24
War to meet a similar national
emergency, representing the com-
munity in all matters related to
the morale and welfare of the
Jewish military personnel. To-
day, once again thousands of
Jewish men are in the Army and
Navy, it has retained its official
status with the War and Navy
Departments and is again putting
its facilities and its years of ex-
perience into a national program
of service for the men under
arms.
Among the Board"s more im-
portant duties in this connection
is it.--' selection and endorsement
of Jewish Army chaplains. Twen-
ty regular chaplains so far have
been placid en active duty and
ten additional civilian resident
chaplains recently were assi|
to isolated forts and camps foi
which no military chaplain has
as yet been designated.
y
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ELECTRICAL WORKERS
LOCAL UNION
NO. 349
FRED HATCHER
Business Manager
PHONE 2-2651
IjJ
Secretary of the Navy. Frank
Knox declared last May that
"The Army and Navy Committee
of the Jewish Welfare Board is
to be congratulated on the splen-
did work it has accomplished in
behalf of the American soldirr
and sailor."
A great variety of services, in-
cluding personal guidance, home
and institutional hospitality, re-
creational facilities, entertain-
ment programs and religious ser-
vices are at present being pro-
vided on a vast scale by the Army
and Navy Committee for men in
uniform.
In addition to the 180 local
committees organized thus far.
the Jewish Welfare Board now
operates 24 Army and Navy Ser-
vice Centers of the U. S. O. in
as many towns and cities adja-
cent to military posts and sta-
tions.
In all, the JWB will operate
more than 50 U. S. O. service
clubs within a short time. More-
over, the 325 VMIIA's. VVVHA's
and Jewish Community Cent, rs
affiliated with the National JWB
recently opened their doors to the
men in uniform, making avail-
able to them the cultural and
aional programs enjoyed
by regular civilian members.
Creators of Delicious Foods
ANDRE'S
NEW ORLEANS INN
4857 S. W. 8th Street
TELEPHONE 4-9424
MIAMI, FLORIDA

STEAKS, CHOPS
SEA FOODS
REAL NEW ORLEANS
COFFEE
"We are told we serve the best
Fried Chicken in Miami"
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
H. L. JUNE
QUALITY BITTER BLUE
GRASS SOILS
SPECIALIZING IN
JAPANESE GRASS
3154 S. Dixie Highway
PHONE 4-1906
The U. S. O., of which the
Jewish Welfare Board is a mem-
ber agency, has rallied all faiths
and peoples to the work of pro-
viding for the welfare of the men [
in service. The J-.wish commun-
ity has been in the forefront of
this effort from the beginning,
participating closely with other
groups and expanding its pro-
gram in step with the over-all |
U. S. O. program.
The organization of local Army
and Navy Service Committees
throughout the countryto work .
out the JWB phase of the USO i
programhas brought the civi-
lian Jewish populations into di-'
rect contact with the men in uni-
form. This contact provides the
soldier with some semblance of
normal community life and. at
the same time, keeps him from
becoming isolated from the moral'
and cultural influences of home j
and civilian life.
Jewish homes throughout th^
United States, for example, are
being thrown open to the young
men who have been called into
service. Therefore, in addition
to putting the recreational facili-
ties of the community at their
disposal, the community goes a
step further and invites the sol-
dier to participate in and become
a part of its own social life.
In all. the American Jewish
community is fully represented
in the 'army behind the Army.'
seising those who serve in a
planned and carefully worked out
program based upon the 25 years
experience which the Jew ish
Welfare Board and its affiliates
have to their credit.
A ROSH HASHONA MESSAGE
THE SURVIVAL
OF THE JEWISH
. ISRAEL
By RABBI LASARUS LEHRER
Congregation Bnai Zion, Key West, Florida
The New YearIts task, its
Shofar. its songs and its prayers,
is to promote our happiness. The
whole function of Rosh Hashona.
the whole purpose of the festive
joy of the Holy days is that we
come to the synagogue primarily
because we expect a message in
the House of God which will
help to ennoble US, which will
help to make our lives beautiful.
But just as the happiness of a
man depends on the happiness of
his family, so is the fate of Israel
dear to every Israelite. That he
will send us help from his sanc-
tuary with an everlasting salva-
tion on this Rosh Hashona. is our
prayer.
We come to the House of God
because we are seeking the hap-
piness of Israel. For just as the
happiness of our own home circle
- the survival of ourselves
; and our children so docs the hap-
: pincss of Israel mean the assur-
ance of its national survival. We
can hope to survive Jewishly
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE
'
I
MRS. V. F.
GRANSDEN
COMPLIMENTS
i!
LaFRANCE CLEANERS
& DYERS
244 N. W. 35th Street
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
WALSH SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS SCIENCE
Telephone*: 2-16673-4040
Professional Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
Tel.: 5-14441213 Lincoln Rd..
Miami Beach. Fla.
80S E. Las Ola, Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
Accredited By
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF
COMMERCIAL COLLEGES
only through the Jewish survival
of our children. If we succeed
this, imparting our faith and our
creed to our children, our future
assuredly will be assured. But
if. God forbid, we fail in our
children then all hope for a Jew-
ish survival must fail. It is I
emphasize this vital point th
Bible texts deal with humanity's
unchanging problem of parents
and children. The story of Abra-
ham and Isaac, the match'.'
poetry of Jeremiah describing
Mother Rachel's cry of love and
despair for her children. They
both pre.: 'ge that
the survival of the nation depends
on the sat: solution of
the child-parent problem. So in
this blessed land of liberty and
freedom lei US make I
the glorious opportunity which is
ours.
Let us make a family re-
union with those wh si hands
we shall touch in ': T -
van greeting alter the sen
Let us dedicate ours.
reunion in the House of God.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
MOTORCYCLE CO.
332 West Flagler Street
MR. and MRS.
RICHARD KIEHNEL
EXTEND BEST WISHES
t a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
"Miami-. Most Beautiful Bar" America', Famous Beer, on Draught
TURF EXCHANGE BAR
THE BEST B"RS .NHTOWN
ANHEUSER-BUSCH ^^___ ...
279 East Flagler St. (Oop. Cor. Elks Club) Phone 2-8944
i;
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
SUNSHINE PRODUCTS. INCORPORATED
-MANUFACTURERS OF H,GH GRADE JELLIIES AND* ARM ALADES
FROM FLORIDA TREE-RIPENED FRUITS
499 N. W. 79th STREET Phone,: 7-2010-7.4704
GREETINGS
MILLER'S
Fruit Exchange
HOTEL and RESTAURANT
SUPPLIES
PHONE 3-7794
T
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to our
JEWISH FRIENDS
HI
M. & M. Dredging
& Construction Co.
Postal Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
in

Mr. and Mrs Joe Perlman
and Family

JOE'S
BROADWAY
DELICATESSEN
1425 Washinton Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
To Our Many Jewish Friend, and
Customer,We Wish You A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALTON ROAD
MOTORS
'Stint.
SALES
SERVICE
1748 ALTON ROAD
PHONE 5-5048
The Season's Greetings to Our Man,.Friend..and Customers
INFORMATION RESERVATIONS TICKfc T5
STEAMSHIP AND AIRPLANE TOURS-CRUISES
WORLD WIDE TRAVEL SERVICE. Inc.
ELLEN S. McKENZIE
PHONE 6-1817
7437 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO ALL OUR JEWISH FHIENOI
and Matrons s,ncere w.shes for a happy new year
ROBBINS ROOFING &
SHEET METAL CO.
222 N. W. 26th STREET PHONE M705
T. W. MILLS R BECKER
/c WISH ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
ABUWNDAWNTHHAAPLPL.NEJSS AND PPOSPERITV ON THE NEW YEAR
SOUTH FLORIDA MOTOR SALES. Inc.
PHONE 5-1951
RENT A CAR------------DRIVE IT YOURSELF
INSURANCE PROTECTION
621 5th STREET. MIAMI BEACH
861 W. FLAGLER STREET. PHONE 3-1764
2 i

SINCEREST BEST WISHES FOR LONG LIFE. HAPPI-
NESS AND PROSPERITY TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
"AND A MAPOLA ON HITLER"
EMANUEL GORDON
HARRY GORDON
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
710 S. W. 12th Ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 3-3431
"YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME"
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FREDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 >Jtn§*t> flrsra/nr PAGE TWENTY-FIVE BEHIND THE ARMY By STEPHEN J. STROOCK CONTINUED FROM PAGE 24 War to meet a similar national emergency, representing the community in all matters related to the morale and welfare of the Jewish military personnel. Today, once again thousands of Jewish men are in the Army and Navy, it has retained its official status with the War and Navy Departments and is again putting its facilities and its years of experience into a national program of service for the men under arms. Among the Board"s more important duties in this connection is it.--' selection and endorsement of Jewish Army chaplains. Twenty regular chaplains so far have been placid en active duty and ten additional civilian resident chaplains recently were assi| to isolated forts and camps foi which no military chaplain has as yet been designated. y NEW YEAR GREETINGS ELECTRICAL WORKERS LOCAL UNION NO. 349 FRED HATCHER Business Manager PHONE 2-2651 IjJ Secretary of the Navy. Frank Knox declared last May that "The Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board is to be congratulated on the splendid work it has accomplished in behalf of the American soldirr and sailor." A great variety of services, including personal guidance, home and institutional hospitality, recreational facilities, entertainment programs and religious services are at present being provided on a vast scale by the Army and Navy Committee for men in uniform. In addition to the 180 local committees organized thus far. the Jewish Welfare Board now operates 24 Army and Navy Service Centers of the U. S. O. in as many towns and cities adjacent to military posts and stations. In all, the JWB will operate more than 50 U. S. O. service clubs within a short time. Moreover, the 325 VMIIA's. VVVHA's and Jewish Community Cent, rs affiliated with the National JWB recently opened their doors to the men in uniform, making available to them the cultural and aional programs enjoyed by regular civilian members. Creators of Delicious Foods ANDRE'S NEW ORLEANS INN 4857 S. W. 8th Street TELEPHONE 4-9424 MIAMI, FLORIDA • STEAKS, CHOPS SEA FOODS REAL NEW ORLEANS COFFEE "We are told we serve the best Fried Chicken in Miami" NEW YEAR GREETINGS H. L. JUNE QUALITY BITTER BLUE GRASS SOILS SPECIALIZING IN JAPANESE GRASS 3154 S. Dixie Highway PHONE 4-1906 The U. S. O., of which the Jewish Welfare Board is a member agency, has rallied all faiths and peoples to the work of providing for the welfare of the men [ in service. The J-.wish community has been in the forefront of this effort from the beginning, participating closely with other groups and expanding its program in step with the over-all | U. S. O. program. The organization of local Army and Navy Service Committees throughout the country—to work out the JWB phase of the USO i program—has brought the civilian Jewish populations into di-' rect contact with the men in uniform. This contact provides the soldier with some semblance of normal community life and. at the same time, keeps him from becoming isolated from the moral and cultural influences of home j and civilian life. Jewish homes throughout th^ United States, for example, are being thrown open to the young men who have been called into service. Therefore, in addition to putting the recreational facilities of the community at their disposal, the community goes a step further and invites the soldier to participate in and become a part of its own social life. In all. the American Jewish community is fully represented in the 'army behind the Army.' seising those who serve in a planned and carefully worked out program based upon the 25 years experience which the Jew ish Welfare Board and its affiliates have to their credit. A ROSH HASHONA MESSAGE THE SURVIVAL OF THE JEWISH ISRAEL By RABBI LASARUS LEHRER Congregation Bnai Zion, Key West, Florida The New Year—Its task, its Shofar. its songs and its prayers, is to promote our happiness. The whole function of Rosh Hashona. the whole purpose of the festive joy of the Holy days is that we come to the synagogue primarily because we expect a message in the House of God which will help to ennoble US, which will help to make our lives beautiful. But just as the happiness of a man depends on the happiness of his family, so is the fate of Israel dear to every Israelite. That he will send us help from his sanctuary with an everlasting salvation on this Rosh Hashona. is our prayer. We come to the House of God because we are seeking the happiness of Israel. For just as the happiness of our own home circle the survival of ourselves ; and our children so docs the hap: pincss of Israel mean the assurance of its national survival. We can hope to survive Jewishly A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE I MRS. V. F. GRANSDEN COMPLIMENTS •i! LaFRANCE CLEANERS & DYERS 244 N. W. 35th Street A HAPPY NEW YEAR WALSH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCIENCE Telephone*: 2-1667—3-4040 Professional Bldg.. Miami. Fla. Tel.: 5-1444—1213 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla. 80S E. Las Ola, Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. Accredited By AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCIAL COLLEGES only through the Jewish survival of our children. If we succeed this, imparting our faith and our creed to our children, our future assuredly will be assured. But if. God forbid, we fail in our children then all hope for a Jewish survival must fail. It is I emphasize this vital point th Bible texts deal with humanity's unchanging problem of parents and children. The story of Abraham and Isaac, the match'.' poetry of Jeremiah describing Mother Rachel's cry of love and despair for her children. They both pre.: 'ge that the survival of the nation depends on the sat: solution of the child-parent problem. So in this blessed land of liberty and freedom lei US make I the glorious opportunity which is ours. Let us make a family reunion with those wh si hands we shall touch in ': T van greeting alter the sen Let us dedicate ours. reunion in the House of God. NEW YEAR GREETINGS HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE CO. 332 West Flagler Street MR. and MRS. RICHARD KIEHNEL EXTEND BEST WISHES t a HAPPY NEW YEAR "Miami-. Most Beautiful Bar" America', Famous Beer, on Draught TURF EXCHANGE BAR THE BEST B"RS .N H TOWN ANHEUSER-BUSCH ^^ ... 279 East Flagler St. (Oop. Cor. Elks Club) Phone 2-8944 i ; NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SUNSHINE PRODUCTS. INCORPORATED -MANUFACTURERS OF H,GH GRADE JELLIIES AND* ARM ALADES FROM FLORIDA TREE-RIPENED FRUITS 499 N. W. 79th STREET Phone,: 7-2010-7.4704 GREETINGS MILLER'S Fruit Exchange HOTEL and RESTAURANT SUPPLIES PHONE 3-7794 T NEW YEAR GREETINGS to our JEWISH FRIENDS HI M. & M. Dredging & Construction Co. Postal Building MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR in Mr. and Mrs Joe Perlman and Family %  JOE'S BROADWAY DELICATESSEN 1425 Washinton Avenue MIAMI BEACH To Our Many Jewish Friend, and Customer,—We Wish You A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR ALTON ROAD MOTORS 'Stint. SALES SERVICE 1748 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-5048 The Season's Greetings to Our Man,.Friend..and Customers INFORMATION — RESERVATIONS— TICKfc T5 STEAMSHIP AND AIRPLANE TOURS-CRUISES WORLD WIDE TRAVEL SERVICE. Inc. ELLEN S. McKENZIE PHONE 6-1817 7437 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO ALL OUR JEWISH FHIENOI AND MATRONS S,NCERE W.SHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. 222 N. W. 26th STREET PHONE M705 T. W. MILLS %  R BECKER /c WISH ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS ABU W NDA W NT H HA A P L P L .NE J SS AND PPOSPERITV ON THE NEW YEAR SOUTH FLORIDA MOTOR SALES. Inc. PHONE 5-1951 RENT A CAR DRIVE IT YOURSELF INSURANCE PROTECTION 621 5th STREET. MIAMI BEACH 861 W. FLAGLER STREET. PHONE 3-1764 2 i SINCEREST BEST WISHES FOR LONG LIFE. HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY TO ALL OUR FRIENDS— "AND A MAPOLA ON HITLER" EMANUEL GORDON HARRY GORDON GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th Ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 3-3431 "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" i 1 i


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t'Jenisti lhtHi-i
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
EVERYBODY'S JOB
OUR RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE NEW YEAR
By HENRY MONSKY
President of B'nai B'rith
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 26
in common with all other Ameri-
can citizens to serve the nation in
this crisis, there must be a re-
appraisal of our responsibility in
respect to those problems which
peculiarly concern the people of
Israel. However poignant the
physical suffering, the distress
and the dislocation of our victim-
ized co-religionists, the spirit of
Israel must never be and remain
unbroken. The day of the dicta-
tors cannot be permanent. We
cannot accept the thesis of per-
manent subjugation to oppres-
sion and slavery. Man's fierce
and unquenchable passion for
freedom must and will ultimately
prevail. Sanity and good will
shall again be restored. We must
reaffirm our faith in the ultimate
victory of right over might, of
righteousness over evil, of free-
dom over human slavery.
While we continue with ever
increasing generosity to give aid
and succor to the afflicted, and
while there continues, as a matter
of national service, the necessity
for even more intensified good
will activity, there must be an
awareness that the American
Jewish community has, in the
light of present day conditions,
a special task to perform.the
task of preserving those positive
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN E. OBERNE
AND ASSOCIATES
of the
MIAMI MILLS. INC.
MIAMI SPRINGS FLORIDA
values so essential to the normal
growth and progress of the Jew-
ish people. We are the posses-
sors of a great and noble herit-
age. That heritage and all that
it implies, have survived the
trials and tribulations which
have afflicted our people down
through the centuries. Whether
the prophetic heritage of Israel
shall be preserved for the future
generations of Israel and for the
greater glory and benefit of man-
kind, will depend upon the
American Jewish community.
Its future lies with us.
The challenge then is for a
more sympathetic understanding
of the spirit, the hopes and as-
pirations of the Jewish people;
for a more intimate knowledge
of Jewish history, literature and
ideals,in short, for a proper
appreciation of Jewish values.
The challenge is for a more pro-
found interest in the lessons of
of Jewish history and in the
great contemporary Jewish
movements. The challenge is for
the dissipation of the hysterical,
pathological defeatism, which has
taken hold of so many of our
people, and for the establishment
of a courageous and dignified
Jewish community, which has a
profound respect for the destiny
of Israel as an everlasting people.
As president of B'nai B'rith,
whose comprehensive program of
Americanism, good will and
better understanding, youth ser-
vice and education, wholly apart
from its extensive philantropic
activities, has ministered to the
psychological and spiritual needs
of our people, I extend to you,
my fellow Jews, the traditional
greeting. "La Shono Tovo Tiko-
savu," in the hope that the
coming year shall bring surcease
from the terrifying conditions
that now prevail.
DEAR EDITOR
ATTENTION: Maxwell Wein-
berg. Baltimore Times Jack
Rome, a music publisher turned
down publication rights and a
quarter million dollar profithe
later learnedwhen he nixed
"Intermezzo" as a song possibil-
ity. The ditty becomes the na-
tion's biggest hit since "Yes, we
have no bananas" ... So he
goes up to the countryScaroon
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night Duci de Kerekjarto. the
noted violinist is guesting there
and plays "Intermezzo" which he
also performed in the movie.
All night Duci kept fiddling
while Rome burned From
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usIt's better to pay taxes than
live under the Axis And ad-
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a letter from Cleveland asking.
"Was I right breaking our en-
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my blood to Britain?" .
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FWDAY, SEPTEMBHl 19. 1841 t'Jenisti lhtHi-i PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN EVERYBODY'S JOB OUR RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE NEW YEAR By HENRY MONSKY President of B'nai B'rith CONTINUED FROM PAGE 26 in common with all other American citizens to serve the nation in this crisis, there must be a reappraisal of our responsibility in respect to those problems which peculiarly concern the people of Israel. However poignant the physical suffering, the distress and the dislocation of our victimized co-religionists, the spirit of Israel must never be and remain unbroken. The day of the dictators cannot be permanent. We cannot accept the thesis of permanent subjugation to oppression and slavery. Man's fierce and unquenchable passion for freedom must and will ultimately prevail. Sanity and good will shall again be restored. We must reaffirm our faith in the ultimate victory of right over might, of righteousness over evil, of freedom over human slavery. While we continue with ever increasing generosity to give aid and succor to the afflicted, and while there continues, as a matter of national service, the necessity for even more intensified good will activity, there must be an awareness that the American Jewish community has, in the light of present day conditions, a special task to perform.—the task of preserving those positive BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN E. OBERNE AND ASSOCIATES of the MIAMI MILLS. INC. MIAMI SPRINGS FLORIDA values so essential to the normal growth and progress of the Jewish people. We are the possessors of a great and noble heritage. That heritage and all that it implies, have survived the trials and tribulations which have afflicted our people down through the centuries. Whether the prophetic heritage of Israel shall be preserved for the future generations of Israel and for the greater glory and benefit of mankind, will depend upon the American Jewish community. Its future lies with us. The challenge then is for a more sympathetic understanding of the spirit, the hopes and aspirations of the Jewish people; for a more intimate knowledge of Jewish history, literature and ideals,—in short, for a proper appreciation of Jewish values. The challenge is for a more profound interest in the lessons of of Jewish history and in the great contemporary Jewish movements. The challenge is for the dissipation of the hysterical, pathological defeatism, which has taken hold of so many of our people, and for the establishment of a courageous and dignified Jewish community, which has a profound respect for the destiny of Israel as an everlasting people. As president of B'nai B'rith, whose comprehensive program of Americanism, good will and better understanding, youth service and education, wholly apart from its extensive philantropic activities, has ministered to the psychological and spiritual needs of our people, I extend to you, my fellow Jews, the traditional greeting. "La Shono Tovo Tikosavu," in the hope that the coming year shall bring surcease from the terrifying conditions that now prevail. DEAR EDITOR ATTENTION: Maxwell Weinberg. Baltimore Times Jack Rome, a music publisher turned down publication rights and a quarter million dollar profit—he later learned—when he nixed "Intermezzo" as a song possibility. The ditty becomes the nation's biggest hit since "Yes, we have no bananas" ... So he goes up to the country—Scaroon WISHING A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY AT MIAMI L. A. USINA, President Alfred I. duPont Building East Flagler Street at Second Avenue TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A HAPPY NEW YEAR HENRY A. POHL. INC. BOATS "GRAY MOTORS DISTRIBUTORS" 410 N. E. 13th STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA Wishing All My Friends Abundant Happiness and Prosperity Through the New Year JACK I. PERO 144 S. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
+Jenist fhrHitr
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
OPEN LETTER 10 SEVEN
BERLIN ACTORS
By LION FEUCHTWANGER
Lion Fcuchtwanger, world
celebrated writer whose novel
Power"' excited international
plaudits, addresses this open let- |
let to the seven Berlin actors i
who recently appeared in a Nazi-
listorted, anti-Semitic motion
picture version of this novel.
The Editor
Gentlemen:
I read in the Volkischer Beo-
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
KELLEY'S
RESTAURANT
740 5th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SCHNEIDER'S
TACKLE & BAIT SHOP
Schneider & Schreiber. Props.
517 West Ave. Phone 5-1923
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
i!
MR. and MRS.
WALTER C
KOVNER
bachter that you played the prin-
cipal roles in a film entitled Jud
Sur-s' which received a prize in
Venice. This movie shows, so
the paper says, the true fa
Judaism, its uncanny methods
and its devastating goals. Ii
shows that, among other things,
by means of a scene in which the
Jew, S n akes a young wo-
lo ms bidding by torturing
her husband. In shorttrans-
into plain e the
I blather which evidently
apes the bombastic style of the
Fuehreryou, Gentlemen, have
ed my novel 'Power' Jud
Suess) by adding a touch oi Tos-
ca, into a vile anti-Semitic movie
,i la Streicher and his Sturmer,
All of you know my novel
'Power.' Five of you. as I re-
member perfectly wellpossib-
ly all seven of youhave acted
in stage versions of this novel of
mini'. In discussing specific
points with me. you proved that
you understood the book, and
you talked about it in high terms.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
KIRKHAM JEWELRY <5
OPTICAL COMPANY
SHORELAND ARCADE
PHONE 24647
Of course, one may change
one's mind. I understand that
you do not wish to belong to
those cork-like souls that always
float on the surface of opinions
once annunciated. All of you
have acted in the plays of that
August Strindberg who said,
that in seven years the human
body changes completely, every
cell of it. Strindberg. hrrwever.
emphasized that the mind re-
mains the same in spite of the
bodily changes. You. Gentle-
men, improve upon that, you de-
monstrate by your example that
the whole man can change, spi-
rit as well as flesh.
Well. I try to envisage you.
Gentlemen. I try to imagine
how Goebbels may have said to
one of you: 'Then there is that
Jew Suess. Feuchtwanper made
him immensely popular and. be-
ing of an objective turn of mind
as these Jews happen to he. hi
has also so conveniently display-
ed everything about the Jew
that can he used against him.
Nothing easier than to pocket
t'nat and to drop the other two
thirds of the book. There'll be
a nice profit.' Apropos, your boss
did make nice profits on 'Power'
before. When he took office, a
large cheap edition of Power'
had just been printed. A few
copies were burned, but the bulk
iif tin' edition was sent to Austria
and to Switzerland and provided
foreign exchange.
I can imagine how they ap-
proached you with that proposal.
At first, you probably hesitated
a bit. You probably said: 'Isn't
that going too far? Of course,
nice effects can be obtained on
the stage in portraying a charac-
er as its opposite number, Caesar
as a little ignoramus, Rembrandt
as a charlatan, Napoleon as an
idiot and Hitler as a great man.
But that goes only in comedy and
that movie of Dr. Goebbels has
to be taken seriously.' Finally
one of you was attracted by the
role (and the pay.) another fol-
lowed and a third said to him-
self: 'If I refuse that role, some-
body else will grab it.' The
fourth reflected: 'If I refuse. I
may get into their black books.'
And the filth was probably ac-
tually subjected to some pressure
and in the end you were all in
the studio, some ol you with an
uncomfortable conscience. but
you were ail tl
And now. Gentlemen, no more
about questions of conviction and
of last,' and oi dl Cency and mor-
als and similar ysical
stuff. Let's talk 'realistically,'
J with, you in these
days, Did .von Hi. wisely? Win
you clever.' Would a rational
mind approve ol your com
I am afraid thai you wen-
wrong even from tins point of
view I sincerely believe that
you mlscal .
Some cit you have assured me
during the last seven years again
and again through trustworthy
messengi rs that you were, of
course. anti-Nazis and that you
stayed in Germany only for what
seemed good reasons. Sometimes
you may have believed that
yourselves, but the main motive
for sending such messages to me
was doubtless that you wanted
to play safe 'just in case.' Even
the stupidest among you cer-
tainly did not believe in the
Fuehrer's 'Millenium,' and of the
seven of you six are not stupid.
And now consider. Gentlemen,
if you do not believe in the Mil-
lenium, weren't you collossally
stupid? If you were playing in
some silly little Nazi stage play
you could say to yourselves:
'This play will disappear quick-
ly. And once the regime has
passed, only a faint memory of
the play and of our participation
will remain.' But now you have
Continued on Pane S2
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In short—transinto plain e the %  I blather which evidently apes the bombastic style of the Fuehrer—you, Gentlemen, have ed my novel 'Power' Jud Suess) by adding a touch oi Tosca, into a vile anti-Semitic movie ,i la Streicher and his Sturmer, All of you know my novel 'Power.' Five of you. as I remember perfectly well—possibly all seven of you—have acted in stage versions of this novel of mini'. In discussing specific points with me. you proved that you understood the book, and you talked about it in high terms. A HAPPY NEW YEAR KIRKHAM JEWELRY <5 OPTICAL COMPANY SHORELAND ARCADE PHONE 24647 Of course, one may change one's mind. I understand that you do not wish to belong to those cork-like souls that always float on the surface of opinions once annunciated. All of you have acted in the plays of that August Strindberg who said, that in seven years the human body changes completely, every cell of it. Strindberg. hrrwever. emphasized that the mind remains the same in spite of the bodily changes. You. Gentlemen, improve upon that, you demonstrate by your example that the whole man can change, spirit as well as flesh. Well. I try to envisage you. Gentlemen. I try to imagine how Goebbels may have said to one of you: 'Then there is that Jew Suess. Feuchtwanper made him immensely popular and. being of an objective turn of mind as these Jews happen to he. hi has also so conveniently displayed everything about the Jew that can he used against him. Nothing easier than to pocket t'nat and to drop the other two thirds of the book. There'll be a nice profit.' Apropos, your boss did make nice profits on 'Power' before. When he took office, a large cheap edition of Power' had just been printed. A few copies were burned, but the bulk iif tin' edition was sent to Austria and to Switzerland and provided foreign exchange. I can imagine how they approached you with that proposal. At first, you probably hesitated a bit. You probably said: 'Isn't that going too far? Of course, nice effects can be obtained on the stage in portraying a characer as its opposite number, Caesar as a little ignoramus, Rembrandt as a charlatan, Napoleon as an idiot and Hitler as a great man. But that goes only in comedy and that movie of Dr. Goebbels has to be taken seriously.' Finally one of you was attracted by the role (and the pay.) another followed and a third said to himself: 'If I refuse that role, somebody else will grab it.' The fourth reflected: 'If I refuse. I may get into their black books.' And the filth was probably actually subjected to some pressure and in the end you were all in the studio, some ol you with an uncomfortable conscience. but you were ail tl And now. Gentlemen, no more about questions of conviction and of last,' and oi dl Cency and morals and similar ysical stuff. Let's talk 'realistically,' J with, you in these days, Did .von Hi. wisely? Win you clever.' Would a rational mind approve ol your com I am afraid thai you wenwrong even from tins point of view I sincerely believe that you mlscal Some cit you have assured me during the last seven years again and again through trustworthy messengi rs that you were, of course. anti-Nazis and that you stayed in Germany only for what seemed good reasons. Sometimes you may have believed that yourselves, but the main motive for sending such messages to me was doubtless that you wanted to play safe 'just in case.' Even the stupidest among you certainly did not believe in the Fuehrer's 'Millenium,' and of the seven of you six are not stupid. And now consider. Gentlemen, if you do not believe in the Millenium, weren't you collossally stupid? If you were playing in some silly little Nazi stage play you could say to yourselves: 'This play will disappear quickly. And once the regime has passed, only a faint memory of the play and of our participation will remain.' 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IrRIDAY, SnTEMBER 19. 1941
-Jewlstifkrldlari
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
PLAIN TALK
IN A CRYSTAL
By AL SEGAL
This is the season when I take
|up my prophetic crystal ball
and. miraculously, see whatever
want to see in it. It is a most
fienign crystal. Whatever I wish-
fully think, my crystal presents
to my eyes clearly and beauti-
fully.
I do not say that my crystal
|js more truthful than others. To
Xty that wouldn't be saying much
fcnyway; since this has been a
dreadful time for all prophets.
GREETINGS
To My Jewish Patrons &. Friends
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107 N. W. 20th St. Ph. 2-8859
BeerHome Cooked MealsWines
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MIAMI BEACH
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To My Many Friends and
Customers
FRED'S GARAGE
Fred L. Ellington
3091 Oak Avenue Phone 4-2487
COCONUT GROVE
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ADJUSTER
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PHONE 4-9978
tJ
GREETINGS

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and
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47 N. W. First Street
Today's prophecy is overtaken
and proved false by tomorrow's
events in a swift time when his-
tory spe( (is by gasoline,
(The old prophets had the
better of it. The truth i
catch up with them until long
after they were dead, and then
mbarrassment didn't mat-
ter.)
Y< t. my crystal does contain
the truthful faith (if my I ear!
and the hearts of all other peo-
ple oi good will. A hundred
years from now. some one nail-
ing this columnif a column can
live that longmay say. 'Well.
here was something in Si
crystal. A lot of truth in it! It
had the facility of reflecting what
his heart believed. His mart
believed in ultimate justice and
thought that compassion was the
way to social righteousness. That
was truth enough. That was
what he saw in that New Year
time of 1941.''
Yes, that's the way it is with
my crystal. As 1 take it up my
wife asks me what do I see?
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What does it say about Hitler?
What will become of Hitler in this
year?
Oh, theres nothing of Hitler
here, my dear. Nothing in the
least. It is as if there never had
been any Hitler. You see, this
crystal is not concerned with
transients who come and go. To
expect to find Hitler in my crys-
tal is like expecting a telescope
lo see a main of dust in the air
when it is hunting stars.
No; he isnt here at all. I
-! looked for I.mi
at fn into this glass.
It's human nature;, at the mo-
ment of extreme warn one thinks
ones t is the most impor-
tant thing in the world. Hitler's
lorn the crystal sug-
gests that In- is nol important at
all.
No. Hitler's here, but I see a
child that gr ws up even
look. Childi i grow up last
and b 'i know it they're
through high school and college
and getting married. Our chil-
dren gn 'a- up that way. in no
time. Ye.-, ti'.'.s child gT0WS Up
- time, as 1 look
"Is it Ellen?" My wife asks.
It mi| : Ell( n but I think
it's more than Ellen. It's all
the Ellens in the world and all
tlu- Edwards, all the Bettys and
the Toms, tlu Joes and the Ar-
thurs, the Heinrichs and the Wil-
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the Sams, the Jamses, the Brid-
gets, the Marcels and Antoinettes.
This is the child that will inherit
the earth.
You see, my dear, not Hitler
is inheriting the earth. He is
out of it altogether. He will get
only the six feet that are coming
to him. That's why he is not
to be seen in this glass. The
earth is this child'sthe earth
and its goodness, its beauty and
riches, the clean air and the sun-
drenched gardens.
It's a dazzling bright world,
as I see it here and no dark sha-
dows at all. No shadow of fear,
no shadow of hate, no shadow of
want, no shadow of tomorrow.
Tomorrow will be as good as the
day before.
My wife laughs. She guesses
that it's heaven I see in my
crystal. I should readjust my
focus. I am looking far beyond
the outermost rim of the physi-
cal universe, she thinks "It's
only in heaven that people never
have any pain at all."
Oh, to be sure, people still
will be hurt in this bright, new-
world The pain of sorrow .
pain of loss pain of disap-
pointment pain that people
suffer from their own follies .
all their small pains. They al-
ways will have them, but there
will be no immense common pain
of all mankind carrying a dark
world on his shoulders. It's all
plain enough here; I see the child
inheriting a just and lovely
world.
It can't be doubted that this is
true. It's as clear as compassion,
as truthful as our faith in justice.
It's got to come if people keep
on believing in it. The panzers
can't kill their faith; the stukas
can't dive-bomb compassion when
it goes marching in the world.
Yes, this child has grown up.
It is the biggest and most impor-
tant fact in the world. It is Com-
mon Man. For him is the fruit
of the earth and the fullness,
thereof. His toil is justly re-
warded. I see him: He sits by
his white cottage on the hillside
in the cool of the evening. Gla-
dioli grow in his garden.
My wife asks why not a rose-
bush?
No! I prefer to see gladioli.
Gladioli give out a glow as of
content, happiness and plenty in
the hands of the people who
made them grow. The man's
gladioli grow high against the
gleaming white cottage.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 34
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IrRIDAY, SnTEMBER 19. 1941 -Jewlstifkrldlari PAGE THIRTY-ONE PLAIN TALK IN A CRYSTAL By AL SEGAL This is the season when I take |up my prophetic crystal ball and. miraculously, see whatever want to see in it. It is a most fienign crystal. Whatever I wishfully think, my crystal presents to my eyes clearly and beautifully. I do not say that my crystal |js more truthful than others. To Xty that wouldn't be saying much fcnyway; since this has been a %  dreadful time for all prophets. GREETINGS To My Jewish Patrons &. Friends STRICK'S BAR & LUNCH 107 N. W. 20th St. Ph. 2-8859 Beer—Home Cooked Meals—Wines GREETINGS SUN HOY RESTAURANT MIKE GILfc 'Y 817 Fifth Street MIAMI BEACH SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS To My Many Friends and Customers FRED'S GARAGE Fred L. Ellington 3091 Oak Avenue Phone 4-2487 COCONUT GROVE Sincere New Year Greeting* SAMUEL E. PENTZ ADJUSTER 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. PHONE 4-9978 t£J GREETINGS £ JOHN A. MOORE and BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 47 N. W. First Street Today's prophecy is overtaken and proved false by tomorrow's events in a swift time when history spe( (is by gasoline, (The old prophets had the better of it. The truth i catch up with them until long after they were dead, and then mbarrassment didn't matter.) Y< t. my crystal does contain the truthful faith (if my I ear! and the hearts of all other people oi good will. A hundred years from now. some one nailing this column—if a column can live that long—may say. 'Well. here was something in Si crystal. A lot of truth in it! It had the facility of reflecting what his heart believed. His mart believed in ultimate justice and thought that compassion was the way to social righteousness. That was truth enough. That was what he saw in that New Year time of 1941.'' Yes, that's the way it is with my crystal. As 1 take it up my wife asks me what do I see? Season's Greetings to My Many Friends EILEEN RACICOT Roscoe Studio of Dancing PHONE 7-1336 7220 N. W. Miami Court Sincere New Year Greetings I LA SMITH LAUNDRY 312 Coral Way PHONE 4-3464 SEASONS GREETINGS from STEMBLER. ADAMS FRAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY Incorporated FIRST FEDERAL BLOC MIAMI. FLORIDA L { A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. L. MARCUS CO. OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE Prompt Delivery Lowest Price* 41 West Flagler St PHONE 2-1661 IJi A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 'i 1 PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating •PACCO PRODUCTS" 334 West Flaqler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami. Florida What does it say about Hitler? What will become of Hitler in this year? Oh, theres nothing of Hitler here, my dear. Nothing in the least. It is as if there never had been any Hitler. You see, this crystal is not concerned with transients who come and go. To expect to find Hitler in my crystal is like expecting a telescope lo see a main of dust in the air when it is hunting stars. No; he isnt here at all. I %  !• looked for I.mi at fn into this glass. It's human nature;, at the moment of extreme warn one thinks ones t is the most important thing in the world. Hitler's lorn the crystal suggests that Inis nol important at all. No. Hitler's here, but I see a child that gr ws up even look. Childi i grow up last and b 'i know it they're through high school and college and getting married. Our children gn 'Aup that way. in no time. Ye.-, ti'.'.s child gT0WS Up time, as 1 look "Is it Ellen?" My wife asks. It mi| : Ell( n but I think it's more than Ellen. It's all the Ellens in the world and all tluEdwards, all the Bettys and the Toms, tlu Joes and the Arthurs, the Heinrichs and the Wilhelms, tiuRachels and Rebeccas, Rhode Vacuum Cleaner Co. Authorised Sale* & Service Agents for Km. u.i ui.I 1'i-eniler Duplex CICHI % %  : I'a iiml Supplies. Kebulll Heanera ot nil makes In .-lock. 1312 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-7838 M. KLEINER the Sams, the Jamses, the Bridgets, the Marcels and Antoinettes. This is the child that will inherit the earth. You see, my dear, not Hitler is inheriting the earth. He is out of it altogether. He will get only the six feet that are coming to him. That's why he is not to be seen in this glass. The earth is this child's—the earth and its goodness, its beauty and riches, the clean air and the sundrenched gardens. It's a dazzling bright world, as I see it here and no dark shadows at all. No shadow of fear, no shadow of hate, no shadow of want, no shadow of tomorrow. Tomorrow will be as good as the day before. My wife laughs. She guesses that it's heaven I see in my crystal. I should readjust my focus. I am looking far beyond the outermost rim of the physical universe, she thinks "It's only in heaven that people never have any pain at all." Oh, to be sure, people still will be hurt in this bright, newworld The pain of sorrow pain of loss pain of disappointment pain that people suffer from their own follies all their small pains. They always will have them, but there will be no immense common pain of all mankind carrying a dark world on his shoulders. It's all plain enough here; I see the child inheriting a just and lovely world. It can't be doubted that this is true. It's as clear as compassion, as truthful as our faith in justice. It's got to come if people keep on believing in it. The panzers can't kill their faith; the stukas can't dive-bomb compassion when it goes marching in the world. Yes, this child has grown up. It is the biggest and most important fact in the world. It is Common Man. For him is the fruit of the earth and the fullness, thereof. His toil is justly rewarded. I see him: He sits by his white cottage on the hillside in the cool of the evening. Gladioli grow in his garden. My wife asks why not a rosebush? No! I prefer to see gladioli. Gladioli give out a glow as of content, happiness and plenty in the hands of the people who made them grow. The man's gladioli grow high against the gleaming white cottage. CONTINUED ON PAGE 34 STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO. JAS. L. TURNER. Owner Specializing in Storing. Baggage. Household Goods, Store and Office Equipment FUR AND RUQ VAULTS Crating. Packinq and Shipping 251 S. W. Fift Court PHONE 2-1208 In the Heart of Miami, Florida Local and Long Distance Motor Freight Terminal iji BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR NOLAN PEELER MOTORS, INC. CADILLAC PONTIAC 3044 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE 3 5361 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR SALADINO PICARELLI 1349 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-2788 May the New Year Bring You ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY JOE W. WHITLEY REAL ESTATE PHONE 4-1910 206 ALHAMBRA CIRCLE GREETINGS OUTBOARD MOTOR SERVICE All Makes Repaired 114 S. W. N. River Drive PHONE 2-6575 WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR B. W. THACKER Adding Ma**iines and Typewriters Sold. Rented. Repaired. Exchanged. Ask about our Rental Purchase Contract PHONE 2-0115 123 N. E. First Street SEASONS GREETINGS M. B. NEWMAN COMPANY. INC. Real Estate—Property Management 1025 duPont Building MIAMI. FLORIDA M. B. NEWMAN. Pre*. GREETINGS RED TOP CAB & BAGGAGE CO. 7 Passenger Sedans Sightseeing Bus Baggage Checked to Destination 44 S. W. 3rd Street Miami Phone 3-3131 Miami Beach Phone 5-3497 Sid H. Palmer President oi Palmer's "MIAMI'S FINEST FAMILY SHOE STORE" Extends to His Many Friends and Customers Best Wishes For A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR •\zrj:\ n:io n;r> ^^fW/S,*vty !" FLORIDA SUNLAND FOODS. INC. Available at Leading Fruit Shippers The Original Pure Papaya Syrup MR. and MRS. WILLIAM SHAYNE Extend Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ROYAL FULTON BAKERIES. Inc. EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS We wish to Extend New Year Greetings to Our Friends and Customers SHERIDAN FOOD MARKET 415 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-7345 MRS. L. SHOPIRO AND FAMILY of the MARE VISTA APTS. 202 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH i ; Extend Best Wishes For A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS -L INC. FENESTRA" STEEL SASH AND DOORS At Well At All Other BUILDING SPECIALTIES and ENGINEERING PRODUCTS $ 67 N. W. 10th STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA Telephones—3-2176 3-2177 I


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
+ hi*M Fkrkhnr
PAGE THIRTY THREE
GOOD WILL IN ACTION
By BERNARD POSTAL
A most dramatic example of
good will in action involved
James Frank, a young Jewish
orphan who recently lost both
legs. Some of his friends, all
Christians, wanted to run a bene-
fit for him but couldn't got a
hall large enough. They ap-
pealed to Father John W
a Catholic priest of German des-
cent. The priest I
them his parish but i
in making nefit a success.
As a result enough money was
: to provide f. in the next year and a 1 ir
nish him with artificial legs.
en flood inundated
Valley. Okla.. church won
every faith, wading knee-deep in
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN FALKENBERG
District Manaaer of the
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.
water to attend a union church
meeting, joined hands in coopera-1
live flood relief activity. The
recent death of Judge I. M. Gol- ;
den. national vice-president of
B'nai B'rith. provoked a remark-
able inter-faith demonstrati
continuous stream of Catholics,
having knelt in

Son hen the First
Church of s
La., found itself cramped for
-

v." n the ch
,i its new year.
ide by pre-
ng the synagogue with a
SEASON'S GREETINGS
RICHARD A.
BELSHAM
Structural Engineer
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Sincere New Year Greetings
HOOVER SALES &
SERVICE
1777 S. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2 2546
SEASONS GREETINGS
To Our Jewish Patrons oV Friends
BEACH SHOE REPAIR SHOP
518 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
PHONE 5.2260
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
OPAL LEE
BEAUTY SALON
50 CENT SERVICE
Open Bvenlnca by Appointment
630 U.VCOLN ROAD
In the patio
Telephone 5-7070
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
$
FLAMINGO
OIL CO.
147 N. E. 9th Street
MIAMI
To Our Many Jewish Friends
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
John C. Gaffney, Inc.
Building Construction
"Specializing in All Kinds of
Millwork and Maintenance
Work"
1776 PURDY AVENUE
PHONE 5-3775
To Our Friends and Patrons
We Extend Season's Greetings
MIAMI X-RAY AND
CLINICAL
LABORATORY
duPont Building

AMERICAN TERRAZZO
AND TILE CO.
CRAFTSMEN IN TERRAZZO
1915 N. W. Miami Court
Miami. Florida
PHONE 2 6668
L. TOFFOLI
i'
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
GRIFFIN & BAUER
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINO
Repairs Maintenance
MAZDA LAMPS''
401 Washington Avenue
PHONE 50201
NIGHT PHONES
575252-0896
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
yj
I. D.
8ADORR
and
hi-tone
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHERS
736 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-5822
L. J. ARGETSINGER
J5 N. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3672
Repairing and Servicing all Makes
of Vacuum Cleaners. Carpet
Swoepers and Small Motor
Overhauling
gift of $750. The synagogue j
promptly turned the fund over
to the National Conference of j
Christians and Jews. The First
Methodist Church of Columbus.
Ohio, which held services for
many months in the Bryden Road
Temple while the church was i
being re-built after a fire, pre-
sented the synagogue with a
bronze plaque as a permanent
memorial. All Jewish meetings
in Hannibal. Mo., were for many
months held in the First Chris-
tian Church, whoi Jtor of-
fered his facilities to the Jewish
community when Hannibal's
was | artly wrecked
Jev : vices in
San Jose. Calil held
J, each of
which of:
le when
i temple wa The
ilfi., B'nai B'rith
| lodge, recently gave the local
irch a contribution
for a church library after the
i church had used the Modest-
synagogue for services during
the re-building of the church.
Congregation Anshe Chesed.
V'icksburg. Miss., loaned its syna-
. the neighboring First
Baptist Church, while Temple
Beth Or. in Montgomery. Ala-
did the same for the First Pres-
byterian Church.
A handsomely endowed non-
denominational chapel was pre-
sented this year to Indiana Uni-
versity by Dr. Frank O. Beck and
his wife. To be located in the
heart of the university campus,
the chapel will be open to all re-
ligious groups. Brooklyn College
became the first institution of
higher learning in the Ui
States at which Protestant and
Catholic student organizations
I their meetings and religious
fellowship functions in a Jewish
ution wl
Club and the Student Chr
>-d an invita-
B'nai B'::::: Hillel
Found., n
..-. i:., \. unda-
. :. '. .'
trinal
when no::

Cath-
I
which
unity. A cross tei
high that
G lod Sheperd at Drums.
ng lit up al
GREETINGS
BEHNE
Printing Co.
173 N. E. FIRST STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac J. Aboulafia
and Family of
BUENA VISTA
Furniture Exchange
3628 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 7-2016
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
TO OUR GOOD JEWISH
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
MRS. NATT'S
BAKERY
61 N. W. 36th STREET
PHONE 7-1649
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ALCAZAR
SERVICE STATION
502 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-9812
SEASONS GREETINGS
To Our Jewish Friends
and Patrons
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency. Inc.
PHONE 2-8181
SeyE-old Bldg. Miami
'-
T
ADELMAN'S PIPE
& STEEL CO.
AND
MR. AND MRS.
NATHAN ADELMAN
AND FAMILY
EXTEND TO ALL
JEWRY IN GENERAL
AND THEIR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES
IN PARTICULAR
BEST WISHES
FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
iji
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HAWKINS
Rug Cleaners
60 N E. 39th St. Pn. 76398
ORIENTALS OUR SPECIALTY
Mothproofing and Repairing
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO YOU all:
CHROME FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS. INC.
Ph. 7-4977 7400 N. E. 2nd Ave.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ACE WINDOW
CLEANERS
2017 N. W. 51st Street
PHONE 7-S544
For Prompt and Courteous Service
MO U S LE Y
Service Station
302 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9407
Your Satisfaction Our Pleasure
SINCERE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To My Many Customers and
Friends
JOHNNIE JO
DOUGHNUT
SHOP
20 N. W 14th Street
PHONE 3-4900
by seven foot high neon light in-
sets presented by the Hazletor.
B'nai B'rith Lodge. A community
New Year's Eve celebration In
Wilmington. N. C. held around
a 261-year old Christmas tree.
was marked by an invocation de-
livered by Rabbi Mordeca: M
Thurman.
Pulpit exchanges bet
Christian and Jewish clergymen
are no longer a novelty, out
year there were a number
- of this form .

at Bostoi Cal
Church last Yon Kippur
J
Call
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Cont nutd on Page 36
GOAT
MILK
GOVERNMENT
TESTED HERD
Licensed and Inspected
By Public Health Board
FOR DAILY DELIVERIES CALL
7-2952
Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy
8900 N W. 27th Avenue
VISITORS WELCOME
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
W. N. HEROD & CO.
2140 N. Miami Ave. P.->.
Sincere New Year Greet -as
WILLIAM M.
HURTENBACH
Seybold Bldg. Pnsne 3099:
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DEAUVILLE
SERVICE STATION
6348 Collins Avenue
Phone 6-9121
JAKE NEHAM
AND FAMILY
MIAMI BEACH
Wish All Their
Friends and Relative!
A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
To Our Many Jewish Friends
MAY YOU HAVE HAPPINESS
AND PROSPERITY
FOR YOUR NEW YEAR
GREAT SOUTHERN
TRUCKING CO.
PHONE 26513
64 N. E. 20th STREET
WE WISH TO EXTEND TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOM-
ERS THE WISH FOR A HAPPY
NEW YEAR ....
HAMMOND
FISH COMPANY
25 S. W. S. River D-ive
PHONE 3.'126
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
BARTENDERS &
WAITERS UNION
Local No. 133
MIAMI. FLORIDA
240 N. Z. 8th Street
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL JEWRY
FOR A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
yj
MR. and MRS.
JACK HIRSCH
AND SON
SELIG



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 + hi*M Fkrkhnr PAGE THIRTY THREE GOOD WILL IN ACTION By BERNARD POSTAL A most dramatic example of good will in action involved James Frank, a young Jewish orphan who recently lost both legs. Some of his friends, all Christians, wanted to run a benefit for him but couldn't got a hall large enough. They appealed to Father John W a Catholic priest of German descent. The priest I them his parish but i in making nefit a success. As a result enough money was : to provide f.-d an invitaB'nai B'::::: Hillel Found., n ..-. i:., \. unda. %  :. %  '. %  .' trinal when no:: %  CathI %  which unity. A cross tei high that G lod Sheperd at Drums. ng lit up al GREETINGS BEHNE Printing Co. 173 N. E. FIRST STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. Isaac J. Aboulafia and Family of BUENA VISTA Furniture Exchange 3628 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 7-2016 NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO OUR GOOD JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS MRS. NATT'S BAKERY 61 N. W. 36th STREET PHONE 7-1649 NEW YEAR GREETINGS ALCAZAR SERVICE STATION 502 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9812 SEASONS GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency. Inc. PHONE 2-8181 SeyE-old Bldg. Miami % %  T ADELMAN'S PIPE & STEEL CO. AND MR. AND MRS. NATHAN ADELMAN AND FAMILY EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY IN GENERAL AND THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES IN PARTICULAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR iji NEW YEAR GREETINGS HAWKINS Rug Cleaners 60 N E. 39th St. Pn. 76398 ORIENTALS OUR SPECIALTY Mothproofing and Repairing A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL: CHROME FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS. INC. Ph. 7-4977 7400 N. E. 2nd Ave. NEW YEAR GREETINGS ACE WINDOW CLEANERS 2017 N. W. 51st Street PHONE 7-S544 For Prompt and Courteous Service MO U S LE Y Service Station 302 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-9407 Your Satisfaction — Our Pleasure SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS To My Many Customers and Friends JOHNNIE JO DOUGHNUT SHOP 20 N. W 14th Street PHONE 3-4900 by seven foot high neon light insets presented by the Hazletor. B'nai B'rith Lodge. A community New Year's Eve celebration In Wilmington. N. C. held around a 261-year old Christmas tree. was marked by an invocation delivered by Rabbi Mordeca: M Thurman. Pulpit exchanges bet Christian and Jewish clergymen are no longer a novelty, out year there were a number of this form %  %  at Bostoi Cal Church last Yon Kippur J Call Cont nutd on Page 36 GOAT MILK GOVERNMENT TESTED HERD Licensed and Inspected By Public Health Board FOR DAILY DELIVERIES CALL 7-2952 Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy 8900 N W. 27th Avenue VISITORS WELCOME NEW YEAR GREETINGS W. N. HEROD & CO. 2140 N. Miami Ave. P.->. Sincere New Year Greet -as WILLIAM M. HURTENBACH Seybold Bldg. Pnsne 3099: NEW YEAR GREETINGS DEAUVILLE SERVICE STATION 6348 Collins Avenue Phone 6-9121 JAKE NEHAM AND FAMILY MIAMI BEACH Wish All Their Friends and Relative! A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR To Our Many Jewish Friends MAY YOU HAVE HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY FOR YOUR NEW YEAR GREAT SOUTHERN TRUCKING CO. PHONE 26513 64 N. E. 20th STREET WE WISH TO EXTEND TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS THE WISH FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR .... HAMMOND FISH COMPANY 25 S. W. S. River D-ive PHONE 3.'126 SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BARTENDERS & WAITERS UNION Local No. 133 MIAMI. FLORIDA 240 N. Z. 8th Street SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR yj MR. and MRS. JACK HIRSCH AND SON SELIG


PAGE THIRTY-FOUR
9-JewtitncrHiar
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 194,
GREETINGS FROM BII B'HITH
By ABE ARONOVITZ
President, Sholem Lodge No. 1024. Miami
will be the beneficiaries physi-
cally, but all people will be en-
riched morally for all time. I am
sure that as Light follows Dark-
ness, so will these things come to
Every human being is born
equally in the sense tl
have mothers. We have i J
We I ..' the nse of smell
ars to hear. V.
God"s
H
1 of

A Haopy New v<-1 | ,
Jewish c 3 S
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate App-a.s-' o-a
Consultant
-/ B103. Ph
GREET
G S
SHENANDOAH
CANDY KITCHEN
514 S .V. 22nd Aye. Ph. -i-M:-
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
U. S. LOAN &
JEWELRY CO.
OSCAR ARGINTAR. Mgr.
^21 North V,ami Avenue
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
M. F. SMITH
NATIONAL
DETECTIVE
AGENCY
INGRAHAM dUILDING
MIAMI
To Our Friends and Customers
A MOST JOYOUS
NEW YEAR
WHITTENBURG
AUTO TRIMMERS SUPPLIES
Your Patronage Appreciated
ArtifU al LeatherSeat Covert
Upholstering
N A. WHITTENBURG
246 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2 8024
MR. and MRS-
H L GREEN
and the CAPITOL
DRESS SHOP
244 North Miami Avenue 100 East Flaaler Street EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I___________________
S --.'. .-/. Year Greetings
f rcrn
BOB MARTIN
MARTIN'S
DRUG STORE
7070 Collins Avenue
PHONE 6 204Q
GREETINGS
Electrical Protection Service
for Mercantile Esabhshments
MIAMI BURGLAR
ALARM CO.
C. G. HODGES
1969 S. W. 10th Street
PHONES 2-08333-5844
MIAMI. FLORIDA
make doctors, lawyers, engineers,
architects or what we will of
them. We can light our candles
on Frid ''' can play
charitable.
. nded by
A
il

gift
for 1 mocracj

:

: -
Hei
1 faith, that on 1
I '

ignified l
toring and ing right
. h ..:
Abe Aronovitz
President Sholem Lodge
No. 1024. Bnai B'rith
Happy .i-a Prosperous New
Year to O.- Vany Friends
LEVITT
Wholesale Grocery
906 N. W. 2nd Avenue
B'l < has.
and al ,;e to work
For th
son. it
Ji in every community
l;'' and oppurtun-
: joining B'nui B'rith.
To Our Many Friends We
Extend Best Wishes For
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
UMBRELLA GARAGE
CHAS. PELTON. Prop.
1305 20th Street
PHONE 5.7707
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
To Our Jewish Friends
SCHULTZ-HODO
REALTY CO.
Real Estate and Insurance
108 Shoreland Arcade
Sincere New Year Greeting* to
Our Many Jewish Friends
and Customers
YOUNG'S
SERVICE STATION
475 41st St.
Ph. 5-9134
New Year Greetings to Our
Friends and Customers
VICE'S BAR 6,
RESTAURANT
35 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-3891
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Our Friends
And Patrons
T
AL PFLEUGER
TAXIDERMIST
PHONE 2.1424
1367 N. Miami Avenue
To Our Friends and Patrons
A Most Joyous
New Year
WHITMORE WOOD
PRODUCTS CO.
3420 N. W. 27th Ave. Pn. 3.4:60
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. STEIN
And Family
FAMOUS .
throughout South Florida
For Skilled Workmanship'
T AMI AMI
MOTOR REPAIRING CO.
Joe Mero. President
1277 S. W. 8th Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Servi-Cycles Packard Bicycles
Lawn Mowers
SALES AND SERVICE
MORE CYCLE &
SERVICE CO.
Not Inc.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Tire*. Partt. Tubas. Accessories
15 N. W. Sth St. Ph. 7-2*02
Sincere .New Year Greetings
LEONARD T. WILSON
WILSON
ROOFING CO.
15 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Any Kind or Type Roofing
Applied or Repaired
1690 Alton Road
Phone 5-3033
ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE

r
NORTH MIAMI
RIDING ACADEMY
Gentle Riding Horses
E J. ALBERT & SON
13575 N. E. 6th Avenue
REASONABLE RATES
Best Wishes for a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
WAITE ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
"KELVINATORS STOVES
WATER COOLERS"
1601 N. E. Second Avenue
PHONE MM
*
GEORGE L. GRILEY
VICTOR P. GRILEY
Extend
NEW YEAR WISHES
to their
Many Friends
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Plain Talk
IN A CRYSTAL
by AL SEGAL
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 31
Dusk is falling and the first
star has come down close to the
hilltop. He has the hillside and
vhite cottage, the flowers
and the -star: his hands rest after
and fruitful work. He
ntent, for he knows that he
has thi arth which
just itance. He
knows his
I as his neigh-
;
Pata-

:umbs and his share of the
earth was only his :id he
that he would
he could call his
..-.; be the i:< le ol
He some one to
: his being disinherited.
I aagonians.
a I'atagonian who
From that
;.s said, "This
would be my house if I hadn't
: .:< d by the 1'ata-
Patagonians have
thing" ... He thought that
tl i ... (verything all
Patagon-
....-.- from the 1
.. aa taken from.
the Patagonianstheir jobs thPir
houses, their money-he Wouu
have enough^ Then he would
come into his inheritance hB
said. le
His son sits by the white cot
tage, satisfied to the fullness of
his content. The sunset has
taken his gladioli and turned
them purple. In the last quiet
light of the day he himself looks
like some one almost Ineffable
You might say he is kinsman of
the star that has come down
close to his heel to visit with
him. He doesn't hate the Pata-
gonians because he has no cause
to envy th- m; hi ha .Jgh_
this cottage, th :. 'tne
good work he does, 1
There may be some individual
Patagonians he d- ... bu[

dear, and look into my shining
tal. It's full of brightness
isn't it?
"And how soon. Mr. Prophet,
will all this come true," my wife
asks.
Tomorri w, but we must be
patient. I can't be sure which
tomorrow.
SINCERE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HOTEL
LEAMINGTON
307 N. E. 1st Street
PHONE 2-5-05
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
LARRY MARKS < CO.
37 N. E. 1st Avenue
A Happy New Year to All
Marke Coffee Shop
and Restaurant
1445 Drexel Ave. Ph. I 0086
909 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 28891
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All My Friends
GEORGE STARR
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WEAVER
WIRE PRODUCTS CO.
PHONE 7-2644
2715 N. W. 62nd Street
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOSEPH I. RAWLS0N
Interior Decorator
PHONE 3-8959
Upholstery. Slip Cover and
Drapery Shop
157 West Flapper Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
KNIFFIN TRANSFER
COMPANY
790 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-5885
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL JEWRY
OCEAN SIDE
APARTMENT HOTEL
7135 Harding Avenue
PHONE 69114
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To My Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
ROY R. WELTON
WE L T O N
INSURANCE AGENCY
LANGFORD BUILDING
PHONE 3- 8658
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
It
A. SALUS 6. SON. Inc.
"6 N. E. 6th Street
PHONE 3-0727
GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Patrsns
and FriunJs
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
A. W. MILLER
S872 S. W. 4th Street
PHONE 4-4292
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
THE LUDMAN CORP.
PHONE 2-8496
116 N. E. bth Street
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Bojt* an" Tackle for Rent
JERRYS BAIT
AND TACKLE
We Ban -em-You Catch em"
Telephone 2-9322
1307 N. E. Bay.hore PI.
'Al County Causeway)
Miami. Florida
SINCERE NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
MERCHANTS EGG CO.
Stall 18-20 1200 N. W. 22nd st
PHONE 22927
GREETINGS
MODERN BEAUTY
SUPPLY CO., Inc.
112 N. W. M Avenue
PHONE 3-3525



PAGE 1

PAGE THIRTY-FOUR 9-JewtitncrHiar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 194 GREETINGS FROM BII B'HITH By ABE ARONOVITZ President, Sholem Lodge No. 1024. Miami will be the beneficiaries physically, but all people will be enriched morally for all time. I am sure that as Light follows Darkness, so will these things come to Every human being is born equally in the sense tl have mothers. We have i J We I ..'• the %  nse of smell ars to hear. V. God"s H 1 of %  A Haopy New v<-1 | %  Jewish c 3 S ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate App-a.s-' o-a Consultant -/ B103. Ph GREET G S SHENANDOAH CANDY KITCHEN 514 S .V. 22nd Aye. Ph. -i-M: NEW YEAR GREETINGS U. S. LOAN & JEWELRY CO. OSCAR ARGINTAR. Mgr. •^21 North V,ami Avenue NEW YEAR GREETINGS M. F. SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY INGRAHAM dUILDING MIAMI To Our Friends and Customers A MOST JOYOUS NEW YEAR WHITTENBURG AUTO TRIMMERS SUPPLIES Your Patronage Appreciated ArtifU al Leather—Seat Covert Upholstering N A. WHITTENBURG •246 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2 8024 MR. and MRSH L GREEN and the CAPITOL DRESS SHOP 244 North Miami Avenue 100 East Flaaler Street EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I S %  -. %  '. •.-/. Year Greetings f rcrn BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue PHONE 6 204Q GREETINGS Electrical Protection Service for Mercantile Esabhshments MIAMI BURGLAR ALARM CO. C. G. HODGES 1969 S. W. 10th Street PHONES 2-0833—3-5844 MIAMI. FLORIDA make doctors, lawyers, engineers, architects or what we will of them. We can light our candles on Frid '•'•' %  can play charitable. nded by A il %  gift for 1 • mocracj %  : %  : Hei 1 faith, that on 1 I %  • ignified l toring and ing right h ..: Abe Aronovitz President Sholem Lodge No. 1024. Bnai B'rith Happy .i-a Prosperous New Year to O.Vany Friends LEVITT Wholesale Grocery 906 N. W. 2nd Avenue B'l < has. and al ,;e to work For th son. it Ji %  ••. in every community • %  L;'' and oppurtun: joining B'nui B'rith. To Our Many Friends We Extend Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR UMBRELLA GARAGE CHAS. PELTON. Prop. 1305 20th Street PHONE 5.7707 A Happy and Prosperous New Year To Our Jewish Friends SCHULTZ-HODO REALTY CO. Real Estate and Insurance 108 Shoreland Arcade Sincere New Year Greeting* to Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers YOUNG'S SERVICE STATION 475 41st St. Ph. 5-9134 New Year Greetings to Our Friends and Customers VICE'S BAR 6, RESTAURANT 35 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-3891 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Our Friends And Patrons T AL PFLEUGER TAXIDERMIST PHONE 2.1424 1367 N. Miami Aven u e To Our Friends and Patrons A Most Joyous New Year WHITMORE WOOD PRODUCTS CO. 3420 N. W. 27th Ave. Pn. 3.4:60 NEW YEAR GREETINGS MR. and MRS. JOSEPH R. STEIN And Family FAMOUS throughout South Florida For Skilled Workmanship' T AMI AMI MOTOR REPAIRING CO. Joe Mero. President 1277 S. W. 8th Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS ServiCycles Packard Bicycles Lawn Mowers SALES AND SERVICE MORE CYCLE & SERVICE CO. Not Inc. MIAMI. FLORIDA Tire*. Partt. Tubas. Accessories 15 N. W. Sth St. Ph. 7-2*02 Sincere .New Year Greetings LEONARD T. WILSON WILSON ROOFING CO. 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE Any Kind or Type Roofing Applied or Repaired 1690 Alton Road Phone 5-3033 ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE %  r NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY Gentle Riding Horses E J. ALBERT & SON 13575 N. E. 6th Avenue REASONABLE RATES Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year WAITE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES "KELVINATORS STOVES WATER COOLERS" 1601 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE MM GEORGE L. GRILEY VICTOR P. GRILEY Extend NEW YEAR WISHES to their Many Friends ']? Plain Talk IN A CRYSTAL by AL SEGAL CONTINUED FROM PAGE 31 Dusk is falling and the first star has come down close to the hilltop. He has the hillside and vhite cottage, the flowers and the -star: his hands rest after and fruitful work. He ntent, for he knows that he has thi arth which just itance. He knows his I as his neigh; %  Pata%  :umbs and his share of the earth was only his :id he that he would he could call his ..-.; be the i:< le ol He some one to : his being disinherited. I aagonians. a I'atagonian who From that ;.s said, "This would be my house if I hadn't : .:< d by the 1'ataPatagonians have thing" ... He thought that tl i ... • (verything all Patagon....-.from the 1 .. aa taken from. the Patagonians—their jobs th P ir houses, their money-he Wou u have enough^ Then he would come into his inheritance h B said. le His son sits by the white cot tage, satisfied to the fullness of his content. The sunset has taken his gladioli and turned them purple. In the last quiet light of the day he himself looks like some one almost Ineffable You might say he is kinsman of the star that has come down close to his heel to visit with him. He doesn't hate the Patagonians because he has no cause to envy thm; hi ha Jgh this cottage, th • : tne good work he does, 1 There may be some individual Patagonians he d... bu[ %  dear, and look into my shining tal. It's full of brightness isn't it? "And how soon. Mr. Prophet, will all this come true," my wife asks. Tomorri w, but we must be patient. I can't be sure which tomorrow. SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS HOTEL LEAMINGTON 307 N. E. 1st Street PHONE 2-5-05 NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons LARRY MARKS <£ CO. 37 N. E. 1st Avenue A Happy New Year to All Marke Coffee Shop and Restaurant 1445 Drexel Ave. Ph. I 0086 909 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 28891 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All My Friends GEORGE STARR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR WEAVER WIRE PRODUCTS CO. PHONE 7-2644 2715 N. W. 62nd Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JOSEPH I. RAWLS0N Interior Decorator PHONE 3-8959 Upholstery. Slip Cover and Drapery Shop 157 West Flapper Street MIAMI, FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS KNIFFIN TRANSFER COMPANY 790 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-5885 MIAMI, FLORIDA A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JEWRY OCEAN SIDE APARTMENT HOTEL 7135 Harding Avenue PHONE 69114 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR To My Many Jewish Friends and Patrons ROY R. WELTON WE L T O N INSURANCE AGENCY LANGFORD BUILDING PHONE 38658 NEW YEAR GREETINGS It A. SALUS 6. SON. Inc. "6 N. E. 6th Street PHONE 3-0727 GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Patrsns and FriunJs MILLER ELECTRIC CO. A. W. MILLER S872 S. W. 4th Street PHONE 4-4292 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T THE LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 2-8496 116 N. E. bth Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Bojt an Tackle for Rent JERRYS BAIT AND TACKLE We Ban -em-You Catch em" Telephone 2-9322 1307 N. E. Bay.hore PI. 'Al County Causeway) Miami. Florida SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS MERCHANTS EGG CO. Stall 18-20 1200 N. W. 22nd st PHONE 22927 GREETINGS MODERN BEAUTY SUPPLY CO., Inc. 112 N. W. M Avenue PHONE 3-3525


FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
+ k*1%tfk*k*nm
PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
"NO BLITZ"
A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE

By RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami Beach, Florida
This is a peculiar new year we
are awaiting. It is a new year
in which we know the war will
continue. Hundreds of thousands
will be slain. Millions will be
homeless, starving, naked. Bill-
ions of dollars of property and
material will be destroyed. We

_^f^H
*\"
fcT' v '
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
know it is to be a year of in-
creased taxation, rationing, self-
deprivation.
But we pray for a happy new
year. We pray that there be no
"Blitz" in this country. We
know that no "Blitz" will ever
right a crooked world.
You are familiar, I know, with
the description of the Revela-
tion as given by our Rabbis.
"When the Holy One Blessed
be He gave the Torah no bird
chirped, no fowl flew, no ox
lowed. The heavenly angels
ceased in their flight; the sera-
fin hushed their holy note. The
sea stirred not. All the world
was in silence and listened. And
there went forth the Voice: I am
the Lord thy God." (Ex. Rab. 29)
Our ears arc stunned by the
crash and the thunder. Our
eyes are blinded by the lightning
and the "Blitz." There is tumult
and confusion.confusion of
hearts and minds and wills. Car-
| nage and hysteria, brutality and
I inhumanity surge onward. But
deep, deep within the* hearts of
men is a deathless yearning. In
the mysterious subconscious
there is an aching tenseness. The
moment of silence must come.
This war must end. All will be
quiet on all fronts.
Then what? What voice will
we hear? What message will
ring out for a new world in the
making?
O. we pray for a new year.
Yes. we pray as never before.
May a new year bring new life.
May it find chastened spirits and
warmer hearts. May it find more
humanity and more understand-
ing. We must be ready to hear
the divine voice again: Iand
none otheram the Lord thy
God.
Too often we are the victim of
the "Blitz" in our area. Let us
guard against irresponsible in-
dividuals with their brash state-
ments and unauthorized appeals.
Let us keep clear of mushroom
synagogues, overnight organiza-
tions, men who create their own
titles and peddle religion for
dollars. Let us realize that a new
Jewish community cannot spring
up over night. Its problems can-
not be solved by fiat. Its dif-
ficulties cannot be overcome by
platforms, criticisms, sermons,
words alone.
You cannot build by "Blitz"!
For this new year let us resolve
calmly, resolutely, to devote our-
selves to building a healthy, in-
tegrated communal life where
youth will learn, mature will act,
and the divine Word will lead and
inspire. May such a program
help create a happy new year.
There, there little rumor don't
you cry
You'll be a tall story by and by
And when you're an old fib at
your peak
You'll probably be a Nazi Com-
munique.
We Wish tn Extend
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
O. M. BAYAN, President
50 West Flagler Street
To All Our Friends
A Most Happy and
Prosperous New Year
SMILEY LOBECK CO.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Schaaf Preserving
Co., Inc.
1305 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-4634
Sincere New Year Wishes to
Our Friends and Patrons
*
HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
PONY BAR
224 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9428
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends
STANDARD
Wholesale Grocery Co.
PHONE 3-3129
149 N. E. 10th Street
To Our Many Jewish Friends
We Extend
SINCERE WISHES
tor a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
. I
T
BEST WISHES TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BILL FOSSETT'S
PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
168 S E. FIRST STREET
PHONE 2-7691
G. O. REED, Inc.
ENGINEERS AND
CONTRACTORS
1345 Twentieth Street
MIAMI BEACH
T
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
JOHN C. FRAZURE
REALTOR
833 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
FLORIDA
yt
DAYTONA BEACHTHE PLAYGROUND OF THE SOUTH
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CLIFF SMITH
SIGNS
133 Magnolia Avenue
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ATLANTIC MARBLE
& TILE CO.
202 Broadway Phone 655
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
H. V. BRACEY 6, SON
Auto Service
745" 2 So. Beach Ph. 143
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
*
GOLF AT
DAYTONA
HIGHLANDS
Daily and Weekly Rates
Visitors Welcome
Drive Straight Out
Volusia Avenue
DAYTONA BEACH
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
^

'\
J.
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
OWEN'S
FLOWER SHOP
Flowers for All Occasions
Member of Telegraph Service
952 DELAND ROAD
PHONE 2404
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW MODERN
FIREPROOF
Jtotel
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LOUIS E.
841 N. Olive Avenue
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
Grill Beauty Salon
Barber Shop
Roof Garden Over-
looking the Ocean
and World's Most
Famous Beach
DAYTONA BEACH
FLORIDA


BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
0. F. FL10UAY
BUILDER
PHONE 574
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FIX ALL REFRIGERATOR SERVICE
Chamber's Gas Ranges Cook With Gas Turned Off
KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS
613 MAIN
NIGHT CALLS
PHONE 1188
PHONE 765
HAPPY NEW YEAR
III
DAYTONA BEACH MILLWORK CO.
212 ELDORADO AVENUE
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CARTER'S
PAUL PHARMACY
915 MAIN
PHONE 444
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FARMER DAN'S
FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN
1824 S. RidgewoodOn U. S. Highway No. 1
DAYTONA BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR
y*
ORMOND GARAGE
48 GRANADA AVENUE PHONE 9242
ORMOND, FLORIDA



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 + k*1%tfk*k*nm PAGE THIRTY-FIVE "NO BLITZ" A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE • By RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami Beach, Florida This is a peculiar new year we are awaiting. It is a new year in which we know the war will continue. Hundreds of thousands will be slain. Millions will be homeless, starving, naked. Billions of dollars of property and material will be destroyed. We %  _^f^H *\" fcT' v Rabbi Moses Mescheloff know it is to be a year of increased taxation, rationing, selfdeprivation. But we pray for a happy new year. We pray that there be no "Blitz" in this country. We know that no "Blitz" will ever right a crooked world. You are familiar, I know, with the description of the Revelation as given by our Rabbis. "When the Holy One Blessed be He gave the Torah no bird chirped, no fowl flew, no ox lowed. The heavenly angels ceased in their flight; the serafin hushed their holy note. The sea stirred not. All the world was in silence and listened. And there went forth the Voice: I am the Lord thy God." (Ex. Rab. 29) Our ears arc stunned by the crash and the thunder. Our eyes are blinded by the lightning and the "Blitz." There is tumult and confusion.—confusion of hearts and minds and wills. Car| nage and hysteria, brutality and I inhumanity surge onward. But deep, deep within the* hearts of men is a deathless yearning. In the mysterious subconscious there is an aching tenseness. The moment of silence must come. This war must end. All will be quiet on all fronts. Then what? What voice will we hear? What message will ring out for a new world in the making? O. we pray for a new year. Yes. we pray as never before. May a new year bring new life. May it find chastened spirits and warmer hearts. May it find more humanity and more understanding. We must be ready to hear the divine voice again: I—and none other—am the Lord thy God. Too often we are the victim of the "Blitz" in our area. Let us guard against irresponsible individuals with their brash statements and unauthorized appeals. Let us keep clear of mushroom synagogues, overnight organizations, men who create their own titles and peddle religion for dollars. Let us realize that a new Jewish community cannot spring up over night. Its problems cannot be solved by fiat. Its difficulties cannot be overcome by platforms, criticisms, sermons,— words alone. You cannot build by "Blitz"! For this new year let us resolve calmly, resolutely, to devote ourselves to building a healthy, integrated communal life where youth will learn, mature will act, and the divine Word will lead and inspire. May such a program help create a happy new year. There, there little rumor don't you cry You'll be a tall story by and by And when you're an old fib at your peak You'll probably be a Nazi Communique. We Wish tn Extend NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Friends GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. O. M. BAYAN, President 50 West Flagler Street To All Our Friends— A Most Happy and Prosperous New Year SMILEY LOBECK CO. SEASON'S GREETINGS Schaaf Preserving Co., Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 Sincere New Year Wishes to Our Friends and Patrons HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Many Friends STANDARD Wholesale Grocery Co. PHONE 3-3129 149 N. E. 10th Street To Our Many Jewish Friends We Extend SINCERE WISHES tor a HAPPY NEW YEAR I T BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BILL FOSSETT'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 168 S E. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-7691 G. O. REED, Inc. ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 1345 Twentieth Street MIAMI BEACH T NEW YEAR GREETINGS JOHN C. FRAZURE REALTOR 833 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA yt DAYTONA BEACH—THE PLAYGROUND OF THE SOUTH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CLIFF SMITH SIGNS 133 Magnolia Avenue DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. HAPPY NEW YEAR ATLANTIC MARBLE & TILE CO. 202 Broadway Phone 655 DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR H. V. BRACEY 6, SON Auto Service 745" 2 So. Beach Ph. 143 DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. GOLF AT DAYTONA HIGHLANDS Daily and Weekly Rates Visitors Welcome Drive Straight Out Volusia Avenue DAYTONA BEACH BEST WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ^ '\ J. DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS OWEN'S FLOWER SHOP Flowers for All Occasions Member of Telegraph Service 952 DELAND ROAD PHONE 2404 DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW — MODERN FIREPROOF Jtotel BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LOUIS E. 841 N. Olive Avenue DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. Grill Beauty Salon Barber Shop Roof Garden Overlooking the Ocean and World's Most Famous Beach DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 0. F. FL10UAY BUILDER PHONE 574 DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS FIX ALL REFRIGERATOR SERVICE Chamber's Gas Ranges Cook With Gas Turned Off KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS 613 MAIN NIGHT CALLS PHONE 1188 PHONE 765 HAPPY NEW YEAR III DAYTONA BEACH MILLWORK CO. 212 ELDORADO AVENUE DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR CARTER'S PAUL PHARMACY 915 MAIN PHONE 444 DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS FARMER DAN'S FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN 1824 S. Ridgewood—On U. S. Highway No. 1 DAYTONA BEACH HAPPY NEW YEAR y* ORMOND GARAGE 48 GRANADA AVENUE PHONE 9242 ORMOND, FLORIDA


FAGE THIRTY-SIX
*Jfew#rf fkrHhn
GOOD WILL IN ACTION
By BERNARD POSTAL
Continued From Page 33
Russell Henry Stafford, of Bos-
9 Qld South Church, preached
.r.e Yom Kippur sermon at
Temple Sinai. Hendrix College,
- C< nway, Ark., which has but
two Jewish students, heard the
.
and stu-
.
.'. parish !
May Memorial
ir
irun,
:: .
Fall
Ra : 'reed-


I a
in j
: : Frencl
.. :
: : Id ': '
\
B'nai
Hillel f
.

1 'hurch.
'.: Hi
the 1 ty of Iowa,
Proph el
Citj Metl : I Church :> i
'.'.' sley Foundal
ter eli cted vice I t th"
City Mil terial Associa-
The i Olean
ty M terial A i ia-
year is Ra
Fret Iman. Rabhi Avery Gn
d of Raleigh. N C conducted
course in Bible study given |
y the Raleigh United Church.
The Ross County (Ohi.>> Y. M. C.
A reelected as its president Ben
M. Segal of Chilhcoth. and Mrs
Samuel Fleck, of Marion. Ind..
was elected to the board of the
Y. W. C. A.
Although periods of national
are supposed to ex-
ting prejudices, tile
mobilization of the national
of the
contr re of ej .mples
:. The U
.'.




:
Of S" I '

:' thi
tion and a grou

J
: uiiding :
tioi
re noi
tei
! that the
> th< var-
ious is may be
housed with safety.
Sectarian lines were rubbed
'out during the $10,000,000 drive
of the United Service Organiza-
' tions. which embrace Catholic.
' Jewish and Protestant agencies
! caring for the spiritual and rec-
nal needs of the men in
uniform. Jews and non-Jews
freely in every community
to the U. S. O. without asking
whether their gifts were going
I to boys of their own faith. The
sort of unified inter-faith
action was apparent in the my-
riad of fund-i
:' of Britain arid other Euro-
victims of I in ag-
1 of millii
lars were raised through mixed
h and Chi
bolic of ittil
the unprecedented pontifical mass
celebrated at St. Patrick's Cathe-
dral in New York City when
English and Americans, Protes-
tants. Catholics. Jews and even
some Moslems prayed together
for the suffering people of Bri-
tain. Something of the same
kind took place in Detroit when
Jewish and Roman Ctholic ser-
were held at the same time
in the clubhouse of the Detroit
Council of the Knights of Co-
lumbus for memkx rs of the 210th
Coast Artillery's anti-aircraft
regiment. A priest said a spec-
ial military mast
while a rabbi held Jewish

Mol for the pre-
servati i y, the nun
in up.::
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, m
of good will in action. Last Christ
mas. hundreds of Jewish soldie
j voluntarily waived their eligibi,
I ity for Christmas furloughs h,
, favor of Catholic and Protestant
boys returned the favor to theb
comrades. At Passover time th.
Catholic and Protestant boys w!
turned the favor to their Jtwi,t
comrades. u'n
The clean literature camcaion
initiated by the Cahtolic Church
has also been productive of in
ter-faith cooperation, with Pro'
testanta and Jews lending their
support in the struggle against
salacious publications. Joint re
jigious efforts involving labor"
juvenile delinquency, unc-molov-
ment and kindred problems have
also been frequent dunr.g the
past year. s we
Sarasota-1he Cultural City
New Year Greetings to My
Friends
'I'
KING. THE TAILOR
71 N. E. 2nd St.. Phone 3-1388
Sincere Holiday Greetings
RICHARD'S
ELECTRIC CO.
811 Main Street
SARASOTA. FLA.
A Most Happy New Year
$
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and
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Ojus Ft. Lauderdale
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liJ
J. c. PENNEY CO.
SARASOTA. FLA.
Best Wishes for a Hapoy and
Prosperous New Year to Our
Many Jewish Patrons and
and Friends

C. H. BILLS & SON
HARDWARE
111 No. Orange Ph. 7107
SARASOTA. FLA.
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for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
I1 1
T
A FRIEND
Sincere Holiday Greetings
THACKER &
VAN GILDER
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
142 N. Orange Avenue
Phone 2051
SARASOTA. FLA.
Season's GreetingsFrom CLAUDE COLEMAN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Palmer N,it Bank & Tr.,*t Bldg. Phone 2057. Sarasota. Fla. Season's GreetingsFrom PERMANENT WAVING SHOP "FOR WOMEN WHO CARE" Louise Wallace. Owner 229 Main Phone 2730 SARASOTA. FLA.
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR POINT SERVICE Gulf Products and Service Harry Goggeshall. Prop. Pineapple and Lemon SARASOTA. FLA.
c. w.
KISTLER
CO.
CONGRESS BUILDING
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TELEPHONE 2-5154
MORTGAGE
LOANS
5 to 6 Per Cent
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MANHATTAN
GRILLE
"The Finest of Liquors
and Food"
AIR CONDITIONED
SARASOTA. FLA.
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*
SEARS ROEBUCK & GO.
SARASOTA
FLORIDA
OUR POLICY
It is the policy of this bank
to render the best possible
service to its customers
and friends.
SARASOTA
STATE BANK
Member Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
"I
T. I, YARBRDUGH
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Sarasota County
SARASOTA. FLORIDA
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PALM WHY BEAUT! SHOP
SARASOTA'S MOST MODERNLY EQUIPPED SHOP"
"My 23 Years Experience is Your Protection"
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301 PALM AVENUE PHONE Sl2
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FAGE THIRTY-SIX *Jfew#rf fkrHhn GOOD WILL IN ACTION By BERNARD POSTAL Continued From Page 33 Russell Henry Stafford, of Bos9 Qld South Church, preached •.r.e Yom Kippur sermon at Temple Sinai. Hendrix College, C< nway, Ark., which has but two Jewish students, heard the • • and stu. %  .'. parish May Memorial %  ir irun, :: Fall Ra : 'reed%  %  I a in j : : Frencl %  .. : : : Id ••': \ B'nai Hillel f %  %  1 'hurch. '.: Hi • the 1 ty of Iowa, Proph el Citj Metl : I Church :> i '.'.' sley Foundal ter eli cted vice I t th" City Mil terial AssociaThe i Olean ty M terial A i iayear is Ra Fret Iman. Rabhi Avery Gn d of Raleigh. N C conducted course in Bible study given | y the Raleigh United Church. The Ross County (Ohi.>> Y. M. C. A reelected as its president Ben M. Segal of Chilhcoth. and Mrs Samuel Fleck, of Marion. Ind.. was elected to the board of the Y. W. C. A. Although periods of national are supposed to exting prejudices, tile mobilization of the national of the contr re of ej .mples • %  :. The U .' %  • %  %  %  : • Of S" I %  %  :' thi tion and a grou %  J : uiiding : tioi re noi tei that the > th< various is may be housed with safety. Sectarian lines were rubbed 'out during the $10,000,000 drive of the United Service Organiza' tions. which embrace Catholic. Jewish and Protestant agencies caring for the spiritual and recnal needs of the men in uniform. Jews and non-Jews freely in every community to the U. S. O. without asking whether their gifts were going I to boys of their own faith. The sort of unified inter-faith action was apparent in the myriad of fund-i :' of Britain arid other Eurovictims of I in ag1 %  of millii lars were raised through mixed h and Chi bolic of ittil the unprecedented pontifical mass celebrated at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City when English and Americans, Protestants. Catholics. Jews and even some Moslems prayed together for the suffering people of Britain. Something of the same kind took place in Detroit when Jewish and Roman Ctholic serwere held at the same time in the clubhouse of the Detroit Council of the Knights of Columbus for memkx rs of the 210th Coast Artillery's anti-aircraft regiment. A priest said a special military mast while a rabbi held Jewish %  Mol '• for the preservati i y, the nun in UP.:: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, m of good will in action. Last Christ mas. hundreds of Jewish soldi e j voluntarily waived their elig ibi I ity for Christmas furloughs h, favor of Catholic and Protestant boys returned the favor to theb comrades. At Passover time th. Catholic and Protestant boys w! turned the favor to their J twi ,t comrades. u n The clean literature camcaion initiated by the Cahtolic Church has also been productive of in ter-faith cooperation, with Pro' testanta and Jews lending their support in the struggle against salacious publications. Joint re jigious efforts involving labor" juvenile delinquency, unc-molovment and kindred problems have also been frequent dunr.g the past year. s we Sarasota-1he Cultural City New Year Greetings to My Friends 'I' KING. THE TAILOR 71 N. E. 2nd St.. Phone 3-1388 Sincere Holiday Greetings RICHARD'S ELECTRIC CO. 811 Main Street SARASOTA. FLA. A Most Happy New Year $ NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES SEASON'S GREETINGS I Ii MAULE "A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDER'S SUPPLIES" Miami — Miami Beach Ojus — Ft. Lauderdale BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR l i J J. c. PENNEY CO. SARASOTA. FLA. Best Wishes for a Hapoy and Prosperous New Year to Our Many Jewish Patrons and and Friends C. H. BILLS & SON HARDWARE 111 No. Orange Ph. 7107 SARASOTA. FLA. BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR I1 1 T A FRIEND Sincere Holiday Greetings THACKER & VAN GILDER FUNERAL DIRECTORS 142 N. Orange Avenue Phone 2051 SARASOTA. FLA. Season's Greetings—From CLAUDE COLEMAN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Palmer N,it Bank & Tr.,*t Bldg. Phone 2057. Sarasota. Fla. Season's Greetings—From PERMANENT WAVING SHOP "FOR WOMEN WHO CARE" Louise Wallace. Owner 229 Main Phone 2730 SARASOTA. FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS SARASOTA IRON & METAL CO. FRANK BASS. Prop. 15th and Central Ph. 6366 SARASOTA. FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR S. H. KRESS & CO. Sarasota Florida \ BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BROADWAY BAR Dennis McRoyan. Prop. EXCELLENT FOOD 1156 Broadway Are. Ph. 2852 SARASOTA. FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR RADIO GABS 135 West 8th Ave. Sarasota Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR POINT SERVICE Gulf Products and Service Harry Goggeshall. Prop. Pineapple and Lemon • SARASOTA. FLA. c. w. KISTLER CO. CONGRESS BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA TELEPHONE 2-5154 MORTGAGE LOANS 5 to 6 Per Cent HAPPY NEW YEAR! BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MANHATTAN GRILLE "The Finest of Liquors and Food" AIR CONDITIONED SARASOTA. FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEARS ROEBUCK & GO. SARASOTA FLORIDA OUR POLICY It is the policy of this bank to render the best possible service to its customers and friends. SARASOTA STATE BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR "I T. I, YARBRDUGH Superintendent of Public Instruction Sarasota County SARASOTA. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PALM WHY BEAUT! SHOP SARASOTA'S MOST MODERNLY EQUIPPED SHOP" "My 23 Years Experience is Your Protection" LAURA WALKER SCHLEY, Prop. 301 PALM AVENUE PHONE Sl2 SARASOTA. FLORIDA *i


FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
> Insist lUitl, ,i
PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
IS
By MAURICE GROSSMAN
Executive Director Miami Y. M. H. A.
part of this century it was the!
relief of the Spanish American
War sufferers. Then came the!
depression of 1907, the Kishienov [
Ever since the Jewish people'
began to migrate to America, j
they have recognized their duty
and obligation to provide and
care for the sick and poor, the de-
fective and the handicapped; yet
from the standpoint of service to
the country, no work is so im-
portant as providing for the nor-
mal mental and physical de\
ment of the normal young man
and woman. If we want <>ur
boys and girls to grow into i .;:
zens who will at all times be
ready and able to serve thin
fellow men, then we must pro-1
vide them with a suitable placa
wherein their ambitions, talents
and ideas may be developed.
Are we r< ady f< r \- new build-
ing? Some say: "Yes. but in
view of conditions abroad, it is
unwise to spend money while
millions of our fellow Jews are
starving in devastated lands."
That may be true, but il you will
analyze the situation, you will
find that ever since the beginn-
ing of this century, the American
Jew s lia. i ; been con-
fronted with blem of re-
lief of our bn thren. In the early
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO YOU
OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
RIVERSIDKIIUNiltlY
linenTupply
464 WEST FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR HOTELSAPARTMENTS
INSTITUTIONS AND THE HOME
DRY CLEANING
LAUNDRY AND LINEN SUPPLY SERVICE
PHONES
2-8173 3-7454 5-2328

Maurice Grossman
Pogr ii \ >rld War ai
the p irs, the situation
abroad N is there a time
when the Jewish people "'
America were not obliged to ere
for their less fortunate brethren.
However, that as 11 may, we
have alwa; inaged the relief
problem and at the same time-
have not neglected our own local
needs.
Locally, we in the Y. M. H. A.
with our limited facilities have
done fairly well by our boys and
girls. We have given them a
diversified program way beyond
our limited physical facilities
We have reached a point where
we are no longer able, under
our present set-up, to continue
this program, and at the same
time do justice to our boys and
girls. We need a new and
building.
The question arisi I G
Miami ready tor a ni v." building?
lutely yes A' i ording to the
latest availible statistics, the
Greater Miami area has a Jewish
population of over thirty thou-
sand persons, We Miamians
should bow our heads in shame
and disgrace to >ur Hi
brothers when we examine the
fact that cities with less than
one-fourth of our Jewish popu-
lation have erected gigantic l
munity center structures. Just
the following
taken from the file. >: thi Jewish
Welfare Board of New York, the
parent organization of the Y. M.
H. A.'s and Community Centers,
and see for yourself what a
great injustice we have done to
our future citizens: Aurora, Il-
linois. Jewish population 480
Building $38,000: Indianapolis,
Ind. Jewish poulation 4.500
Building $100,000: Des Moines,
Iowa. Jewish population 10.000
Building SI 75.000; Winthrop,
Mass.. Jewish population 2.000
Building S125.000: Kansas City.
Mo.. Jewish population 20.000
Building S230.000: Omaha. Neb..
Jewish population 9,000
Building Building $280.00: Atlan-
tic City. N. J.. Jewish population
14.000Building $165,000; Hack-
ack, N J.. Jewish population.
5.000Building S135.000; New
Brunswick. N. J.. Jewish popula-
7.000Building S90.000:
Perth Am boy, N. J.. Jewish popu-
m (i.U00--Building S165.000:
Middli town. N. Y h popu-
in 500Building S85.000;
Chattanooga, Tenn., Jewish po-
pulation 3.000Building S90.000:
ville, Tenn Jewish popu-
lation 4.000Building $225,000;
Kenosha, Wis., Jewish population
Building $100,000: Stamford.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 3
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Tropical Mattress &
Upholstery Co.
2262 West Flagler street
PHONE 4.2214
To Our Many Friends A Most Happy Holiday Season
MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and FAMILY
and
HENRY'S AUTO PARTS
519 N. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 3-1427
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WILSON
Picture Frame Shop
PHONE 22462
We Call for and Deliver Orderi
172 N. W. 1t Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Water CoolersWestinghouse Air Conditioners
Commercial Refrigeration
PURO WATER FILTER CO.. Inc
PHONE 3-1312 1336 N. MIAMI AVE.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BEACH MILL &
SUPPLY CO.
1327 Twentieth Street
PHONE 5-6669
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
URPHY TERMITE CO.
Get "The BestForget the Res:"
TERMITE ERADICATIONWOOD PRESERVING
100 N. E. 24th St. Phcne 2-4307
HAROLD PONT
AND
IRVIN GORDON
OF THE
. .. ROSED ALE .. a
* DELICATESSEN
and Restaurant
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET
MIAMI
EXTEND TO ALL THEIR PATRONS AND
FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FCR A
VERY HAPPY
AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
MAY
5702
BRING
HEALTH
and
PROSPERITY
BUTLER'S
Shoe Stores
MIAMI
MIAMI BEACH
TAMPA
ORLANDO
JACKSONVILLE
LAKELAND
WEST PALM BEACH
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
PRUFERT CDNSTRUGTIQM CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
*
1632 Pennsylvania Avenue Phone 5-4004
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
America's Oldest Federal
3% CURRENT DIVIDENDS
ON INSURED SAVINGS
The First Federal is the lcrgest mutual savings in-
stitution in the Southern States It operates under
the charter, regulation and examination of the
United States Government.
Savings in the First Federal are not subject to fluc-
tuations of the stock and bond markets. The ac-
count of each savings investor is insured up to
S5.000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation of Washington, D. C, an instrumental-
ity of the United States Government.
FIRST FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
ONE HUNDRED N. E. FIRST AVENUE
W. H. WALKER. President



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 > Insist lUitl, ,i PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN IS By MAURICE GROSSMAN Executive Director Miami Y. M. H. A. part of this century it was the! relief of the Spanish American War sufferers. Then came the! depression of 1907, the Kishienov [ Ever since the Jewish people' began to migrate to America, j they have recognized their duty and obligation to provide and care for the sick and poor, the defective and the handicapped; yet from the standpoint of service to the country, no work is so important as providing for the normal mental and physical de\ ment of the normal young man and woman. If we want <>ur boys and girls to grow into i .;: %  zens who will at all times be ready and able to serve thin fellow men, then we must pro-1 vide them with a suitable placa wherein their ambitions, talents and ideas may be developed. Are we r< ady f< r \new building? Some say: "Yes. but in view of conditions abroad, it is unwise to spend money while millions of our fellow Jews are starving in devastated lands." That may be true, but il you will analyze the situation, you will find that ever since the beginning of this century, the American Jew s lia. i %  ; %  been confronted with blem of relief of our bn thren. In the early HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO YOU OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS RIVERSIDKIIUNiltlY LINENTUPPLY 464 WEST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR HOTELS—APARTMENTS INSTITUTIONS AND THE HOME DRY CLEANING LAUNDRY AND LINEN SUPPLY SERVICE PHONES 2-8173 — 3-7454 — 5-2328 • Maurice Grossman Pogr ii \ >rld War ai the p irs, the situation abroad N %  • is there a time when the Jewish people "' America were not obliged to ere for their less fortunate brethren. However, %  %  that as 11 may, we have alwa; inaged the relief problem and at the same timehave not neglected our own local needs. Locally, we in the Y. M. H. A. with our limited facilities have done fairly well by our boys and girls. We have given them a diversified program way beyond our limited physical facilities We have reached a point where we are no longer able, under our present set-up, to continue this program, and at the same time do justice to our boys and girls. We need a new and building. The question arisi I G Miami ready tor a ni v." building? lutely yes A' i ording to the latest availible statistics, the Greater Miami area has a Jewish population of over thirty thousand persons, We Miamians should bow our heads in shame and disgrace to >ur Hi brothers when we examine the fact that cities with less than one-fourth of our Jewish population have erected gigantic l munity center structures. Just • the following taken from the file. •>: thi Jewish Welfare Board of New York, the parent organization of the Y. M. H. A.'s and Community Centers, and see for yourself what a great injustice we have done to our future citizens: Aurora, Illinois. Jewish population 480— Building $38,000: Indianapolis, Ind. Jewish poulation 4.500— Building $100,000: Des Moines, Iowa. Jewish population 10.000— Building SI 75.000; Winthrop, Mass.. Jewish population 2.000— Building S125.000: Kansas City. Mo.. Jewish population 20.000— Building S230.000: Omaha. Neb.. —Jewish population 9,000— Building Building $280.00: Atlantic City. N. J.. Jewish population 14.000—Building $165,000; Hackack, N J.. Jewish population. 5.000—Building S135.000; New Brunswick. N. J.. Jewish popula7.000—Building S90.000: Perth Am boy, N. J.. Jewish popum (i.U00--Building S165.000: Middli town. N. Y h popuin 500—Building S85.000; Chattanooga, Tenn., Jewish population 3.000—Building S90.000: ville, Tenn Jewish population 4.000—Building $225,000; Kenosha, Wis., Jewish population Building $100,000: Stamford. CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Tropical Mattress & Upholstery Co. 2262 West Flagler street PHONE 4.2214 To Our Many Friends— A Most Happy Holiday Season MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and FAMILY and HENRY'S AUTO PARTS 519 N. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 3-1427 NEW YEAR GREETINGS WILSON Picture Frame Shop PHONE 22462 We Call for and Deliver Orderi 172 N. W. 1t Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS Water Coolers—Westinghouse Air Conditioners Commercial Refrigeration PURO WATER FILTER CO.. Inc PHONE 3-1312 1336 N. MIAMI AVE. NEW YEAR GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 Twentieth Street PHONE 5-6669 MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR M URPHY TERMITE CO. Get "The Best—Forget the Res:" TERMITE ERADICATION—WOOD PRESERVING 100 N. E. 24th St. Phcne 2-4307 HAROLD PONT AND IRVIN GORDON OF THE .. ROSED ALE .. A DELICATESSEN and Restaurant 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET MIAMI EXTEND TO ALL THEIR PATRONS AND FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FCR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MAY 5702 BRING HEALTH and PROSPERITY BUTLER'S Shoe Stores MIAMI MIAMI BEACH TAMPA ORLANDO JACKSONVILLE LAKELAND WEST PALM BEACH A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL PRUFERT CDNSTRUGTIQM CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1632 Pennsylvania Avenue Phone 5-4004 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA America's Oldest Federal 3% CURRENT DIVIDENDS ON INSURED SAVINGS The First Federal is the lcrgest mutual savings institution in the Southern States It operates under the charter, regulation and examination of the United States Government. Savings in the First Federal are not subject to fluctuations of the stock and bond markets. The account of each savings investor is insured up to S5.000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C, an instrumentality of the United States Government. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI ONE HUNDRED N. E. FIRST AVENUE W. H. WALKER. President


PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT
+Jelst n^rkUar
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19
IS Mill HEADY
FOR NEW GENTER?

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3"
Cnnr... Jewish population 2,500
Building s:35.000.
The cos: of tl dings
arc exclusive of land and equip-
mfr:
w- of Greal
......
i

nter ] i Do ;


I
Tnf Fedcratior. will shortly ap-
point a similar committee. I am
certain that if these two bodies
work in unison and harmony,
that tin result will be a new
building
There must be a new building.
becau "Y" have out-
our present structure.
aned and
M we have room to
hou&
Jewish organl-
'
n
'

I

A HAP YEAR
BARNETT OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
NEF.Y orrizz SUPPLES
PHONE :-~324 Prorrp- Deliveries Miam; Beach
' N E. 1st Street Miam. Tier
An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby
COMPLETE STERILIZATION
"lotnes
BABY DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY
We Supplv Diapers o: Launder Your Owr. lor as
Low as S1.0C Per Week
421 S. W 22nd AVE. PHONE 4 5515
for voungsters, and only when we
! have a building that is well
! equipped, can we mold the char-
acter of our future citizens
Franklin D Roosevelt, that
great humanitarian. recently
said. "I want to project a plea
in behalf of all character-build-
ing and social service agenciei
during this difficult period.
agencies reflect an impor-
tant phase of our recent pro-
gress They are an integral part
e of 8 boy; they express
of the future. Never
before m our history a
ency so urj entlj i
as nov is that this
.merica bi :
tid es-

Sing
.. .
.....'


rround-

-

-.
human

neglect to provide "citizenship
insurance" for our children'' By
citizenship insurance. I mean pro-
viding our children with facili-
ties to make them physically fit
and mentally so that when they
become citizens and leaders, they
will be able to take hold where
we left off To do this, we must
an adequate structure
:n all these boys and girls
may bt accomodated.
My Ni '' Year*! message, there-
ipk in Mi-
Wake up and provide
rli with a poli-
tizenshi] ni Irani You
your-
commun-
>i us,
in in this
opin-

nev buildin)
be a r<
'
Life.
1941
strength to cam- on arT^
He also inculcate in vour J^
and in your hearts /X?*
right by your children tJ
best that you can do for t)3
not too good. Make up your mJ
that there will be a^fi
mg this coming year and *'
help to build it. a **!
The remarkabk D-..,.
growth of th. ;.
Movement ha- been mspn-j!
an idealism that aims to ml'
Jewisn life in America mZ
meaningful. Th. far
Jewish SI
';iem lri ---nmg'aS
pment of our ;
thoughtfu
rned wit


trad;:.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
G. M. DYKES IRON WORKS. INC.
69 N. W. Third Street Phone 2 5960
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
L1VESAY WINDOW CO..
Inc.
Exclusivt Manufacturers of
"LIVESAY PRECAST WINDOW UNITS"
JOHN LEWIS. President
Phone 4-6409 MIAMI. FLORIDA 3044 S. W. 2ttb Lane
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MERRITT OIL BURNER CO.
COMPLETE HEATING SYSTEMS OIL BURNERS
FUEL OIL
SPEERS J. KERR. JR.. V. P.
Phone 3-1215 r S W Ith Street Miami
Sincere New Year Greetinqs to Our Many Jewish Friends
FIRST STATE BANK
OF MIAMI SPRINGS
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PHONE 4 5943
JAMES ARBONA
Mantlet Garage Grills Window Sills
Vents Louvers Steps
anc
All Kinds oi Art Stone. Polished or Plain
2129 BIRD ROAD COCONUT GROVE. FLA.
BEST WISHES
FOR
A VERY HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
SHAW BROS.
OIL CO.
Exclusive Distributers oi
Pure Oil Company
Products in South -
Eastern Florida
PHONE 21741
56 S. W. 1st St.
MIAMI. FLA.
MR. and MRS. HYMAN S. JACOBS
AND DAUGHTER
oi Atlantc Georgia
WISH FOR THE MEMBERS OF
B'NAI B'RITH AND ALL JEWRY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
COMRADE
GLASS BOTTOM BOAT
PIER 9 -MIAMI YACHT BASIN
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
KISER DRILLING COMPANY
Contractors for Water WellsSoundings
SPRINKLING SYSTEMS
Distributors of Doming and Wostco Pumps
2M N. W. 30th St Phone 2-5*20 Miam. Fleridt
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
NATIONAL PACKAGE STORES
Fine Wxnos and Liquors
Miami Beach Management: Max H. Sugorman
5th Street and Meridian Avenue, Sun HotelS-7795
2401 Collins Avenue. Wofford Hotel5-1413
"Collector*' Items in Miniature'
-
Our Sincere Wishes to All for A Very Happy New Year ...
MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
401 Lincoln RoadMiami Beach. Florida
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER, President
SAM R. BECKER, Secretary-Treasurer



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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT +Jelst n^rkUar FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19 IS Mill HEADY FOR NEW GENTER? — CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3" Cnnr... Jewish population 2,500— Building s:35.000. The cos: of tl dings arc exclusive of land and equipmfr: wof Greal ...... i %  nter ] i Do ; %  %  I Tnf Fedcratior. will shortly appoint a similar committee. I am certain that if these two bodies work in unison and harmony, that tin result will be a new building There must be a new building. becau "Y" have outour present structure. %  aned and M we have room to hou& Jewish organl' %  n •' %  I %  A HAP YEAR BARNETT OFFICE SUPPLY CO. NEF.Y — orrizz SUPPLES PHONE :-~324 ProrrpDeliveries Miam; Beach N E. 1st Street — Miam. Tier An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby COMPLETE STERILIZATION "lotnes BABY DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY We Supplv Diapers o: Launder Your Owr. lor as Low as S1.0C Per Week 421 S. W 22nd AVE. PHONE 4 5515 for voungsters, and only when we have a building that is well equipped, can we mold the character of our future citizens Franklin D Roosevelt, that great humanitarian. recently said. "I want to project a plea in behalf of all character-building and social service agenciei during this difficult period. agencies reflect an important phase of our recent progress They are an integral part e of 8 boy; they express • of the future. Never before m our history a ency so urj entlj i as nov is that this .merica bi : tid es%  Sing .. %  %  rround%  • %  %  -. human neglect to provide "citizenship insurance" for our children'' By citizenship insurance. I mean providing our children with facilities to make them physically fit and mentally so that when they become citizens and leaders, they will be able to take hold where we left off To do this, we must an adequate structure :n all these boys and girls may bt accomodated. My Ni '•' %  Year*! message, thereipk in MiWake up and provide rli with a politizenshi] ni Irani %  You yourcommun>i us, in in this opin%  nev buildin) be a r< %  Life. 1941 strength to camon arT^ He also inculcate in v our J^ and in your hearts /X?* right by your children TJ best that you can do for t)3 not too good. Make up your mJ that there will be a^fi mg this coming year and *' help to build it. a **! The remarkabk D -..,„. growth of th. ;. Movement habeen mspn-j! an idealism that aims to ml Jewisn life in America mZ meaningful. Th. far • Jewish SI ;iem lri % % %  ---nmg'aS •pment of our ; thoughtfu rned wit %  %  trad;:. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR G. M. DYKES IRON WORKS. INC. 69 N. W. Third Street Phone 2 5960 NEW YEAR GREETINGS L1VESAY WINDOW CO.. Inc. Exclusivt Manufacturers of "LIVESAY PRECAST WINDOW UNITS" JOHN LEWIS. President Phone 4-6409 MIAMI. FLORIDA 3044 S. W. 2ttb Lane NEW YEAR GREETINGS MERRITT OIL BURNER CO. COMPLETE HEATING SYSTEMS — OIL BURNERS FUEL OIL SPEERS J. KERR. JR.. V. P. Phone 3-1215 r S W Ith Street Miami Sincere New Year Greetinqs to Our Many Jewish Friends FIRST STATE BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS NEW YEAR GREETINGS PHONE 4 5943 JAMES ARBONA Mantlet Garage Grills Window Sills Vents Louvers Steps anc All Kinds oi Art Stone. Polished or Plain 2129 BIRD ROAD COCONUT GROVE. FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SHAW BROS. OIL CO. Exclusive Distributers oi Pure Oil Company Products in South Eastern Florida PHONE 21741 56 S. W. 1st St. MIAMI. FLA. MR. and MRS. HYMAN S. JACOBS AND DAUGHTER oi Atlantc Georgia WISH FOR THE MEMBERS OF B'NAI B'RITH AND ALL JEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends COMRADE GLASS BOTTOM BOAT PIER 9 • -—MIAMI YACHT BASIN NEW YEAR GREETINGS KISER DRILLING COMPANY Contractors for Water Wells—Soundings SPRINKLING SYSTEMS Distributors of Doming and Wostco Pumps 2M N. W. 30th St Phone 2-5*20 Miam. Fleridt HOLIDAY GREETINGS NATIONAL PACKAGE STORES Fine Wxnos and Liquors Miami Beach Management: Max H. Sugorman 5th Street and Meridian Avenue, Sun Hotel—S-7795 2401 Collins Avenue. Wofford Hotel—5-1413 "Collector*' Items in Miniature' • • Our Sincere Wishes to All for A Very Happy New Year ... MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 401 Lincoln Road—Miami Beach. Florida BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER, President SAM R. BECKER, Secretary-Treasurer


UDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
fJewUtfkridiiari
PAGE THIRTY-NINE
"KOL SHOFAR"
By RABBI SAMUEL M. SEGAL
A SHORT STORY
The little town of Charon Hill
las a main street, two hanks,
hree churches and a synagogue.
in occasional Bar Mitzvah brings
[he Jewish people together on a
febbath morning, but the im-
Btient grocer and pince-nez ha-
krdasher advise the cantor to
k, p the trills and falsettoes for
Itosh Hashona,
The cantor, who was origin-
Ills- engaged as ;i shochet, dili-
ently studied the pulse of his
jipporters and consistently pre-
eribed congregational attendance
the Sabbath for their Jewish
hi He- provided them with
fc : meal and insisted upon
Caching their children every
ternoon.
A siddur and talis first arrived
Charon Hill in 1907. Gro-
cer Lublin> r. who Still talks with
a German accent was the first
Jew to settle in the Pennsylvania
town. He imported the prayer
book but he found no occasion to
open it. But in 1940. there were
over a hundred siddurim and
talisim in the Shulbrand new.
Cantor Jacob Braunstein was a
very busy man during the month;
of Elul. It was then he pro-1
eeeded to practice his shofar-
blowing. Every morning he
swallowed some rav. eggs to im-
prove his voice. To the older
men of the community he made a
special appeal to come to morn-
ing services. As they were com-
to the end of their excursion
in this world it was fitting that
l in V hear the voice of the shofar
Season's Greetings to My Many Jewish Patrons and Friends
LULA JONES FLOWER SHOP
Flowers for All Occasions
1910 S. W. 8th St.. Miami
1116 5th Street. Miami Beach
Phone 2-5790
Phone 5-6521
and take notice of the day of
judgment.
All year business was the prin-
cipal topic. In Elul "life" be-
came the chief business. The
Jewish townsmen focused their
attention upon the synagogue.
It was the locus where they
found time to shed tears and to
recall the past when they went
to Shul with their parents. They
began to think of their families.
Dr. Ephriam Levy was a new-
comer in Charon Hill. He con-
tacted the president of the con-
gregation and informed him that
he would require an extra ticket
for the High Holy Days.
"My uncle. Jonas Levy is stay-
ing with me. He and his wife
formerly lived in Prague. They
say he was a big manbut now
he is broken in a thousand pieces.
Nobody can be happy existing
as a marked dependent."
Harry Edelman had the only
drug store in town He too was
having guests lor Rosh Hashona
Holiday. When the cantor came
to his house he reminded him
about his brother-in-law. Yosef
BarUCh, who had recently come
from Haifa. He came to America
because he longed to see his rela-
tives before he was too old to
travel. He hardly spoke about
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CHRISTOPHER MOTORS
PLYMOUTH DE SOTO
15 Years Continued GrowthYour Protection
1200 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3341
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THE JEWISH PEOPLE
WM. F. FRANTZ
SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO.
"THE COMPLETE PAINT STORE"
801 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-3317
Benjamin Moore Company's Complete Line of Paints
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LEW HEWES
OUTBOARD MOTORS BOATS
Authorixed Johnson Dealers Since 192S
841' 2 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 2-8918
IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ABBOTT ELECTRIC
RESIDENTIAL. INDUSTRIAL
MARINE. STORES
Wiring, Repairs
Alterations of All Kinds
186 N. E.
PHONES:
20th Street
3 62947-3082
his two sons who were fighting
for England. Why should he
talk? The American people
know more than the European
spectators. He preferred to hear
from them.
Alex Cohen was a real estate
operator and a generous donor,
rlis nephew, a young scientist
from Shanghai lived with him.
He never had a son of his own.
so he was delighted to have his
sister's child with him. The
young man was extremely ner-
vous. He imagined himself as
haunted constantly by a pillar of
-moke which signalled him to
escape. Bombs and fire had
made his young life a jouri
fear. hate and uncertainty.
When his uncle made arri
ments for him to be in the syna-
gogue, young Reubo Langer was
thrilled!
"Uncle Alex. I hope the people
will like your chil nan."
"Of course, they will. F
W.'ie all friends I i i
"I have seen so much of
cracy in the past Today I feel
so free. Your lri< ndship has
made me feel so human."
"In a democracy everybody
feels that way."
Cantor Braunstein was de-
lighted with the prospects of
having a crowded attendance
during the Rosh Hashona ser-
vices.
"It will be a wonderful year,
wife dear. Thew are all coming
to Shul. It's a very good sign."
The cantor's wife rarely spoke
because, in a small town, speech
traveled in more than one di-
rection. Her husband did all
the talking. Every Elul she ex-
perienced sleepless nights be-
cause her husband even talked
in his sleep. In the morning he
carefully examined the Shofar
and prayed that the Satan should
stay far away from his ram's
horn.
In the synagogue he practiced
his traditional melodies and the
reading of the Torah.
"This year will be the beginn-
a different life with a new
unity."
He spoke to the empty benches
but he hoped it would be heard
by Ins constitui nts through some
or miracle. With tears
CONTIUED ON PAGE 40
I
TO JEWRY EVERYWHEREA MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
CADILLAC PONTIAC
Sales and Service
546 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
GREETINGS
ROBBINS
WAREHOUSING
and DIST. CO.
1109 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 2-0480
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
EDWARD'S SERVICE STATION
E. B. WILDMAN. Manager
1380 SOUTHWEST EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-1661
1150 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 5-9017
WHERE YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED
SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FAUTHS, Inc.
FURNITURE :: RUGS :: CARPETS
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT FOURTEENTH TERRACE
TELEPHONE 3-4669 MIAMI
THE MAKERS OF THAT GOOD
MOON KIST
ICE CREAM
Ami Distributor." of
ROYAL PALM MILK
Extend BMt Wishes For A
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
ROYAL PALM
CREAMERY & DAIRY
PHONE 3-8655
28 N. W. 17th AVENUE'
Season's Greetings to Our
Friends and Patrons
ROME MATTRESS CO.
2027 N. Miami Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PHONE 3-2023
GREETINGS
On The New Year
l^mm$mmm]M
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
GEO. E. BUNNELL.
CONTRACTOR
Inc.
79 N. E. 20th Terrace
585 N. E. 58th Street
Phone 3-7488
Phone 7-2876
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
CLARK & LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
34 N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
. QUALITY .
CUSHMAN BAKING CO.
1310 West Flagler Street
THE SOUTHS NEWEST AND FINEST BAKERY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BAY STATE
Brick and Cement Coatinq House Paints Wall Paints
Floor Enamel Varnish Brushes
BAY STATE PAINT & WALLPAPER CO.
BAY STATE OUALITY PRODUCTS
Famous for Quality
2047 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-0621 MIAMI. FLORIDA
New Year Greetings
uunvnE seruices inc.
R. V. WAYNE, President
"LARGEST WINDOW DISPLAY SERVICE
IN THE WORLD"
MAIN OF F I C E
836 West Flagler. Miami Phone 3-1267
FLORIDA BRANCHES
Jacksonville Tampa



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UDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 fJewUtfkridiiari PAGE THIRTY-NINE "KOL SHOFAR" By RABBI SAMUEL M. SEGAL A SHORT STORY The little town of Charon Hill las a main street, two hanks, hree churches and a synagogue. in occasional Bar Mitzvah brings [he Jewish people together on a febbath morning, but the imBtient grocer and pince-nez hakrdasher advise the cantor to k, p the trills and falsettoes for Itosh Hashona, The cantor, who was originIllsengaged as ;i shochet, diliently studied the pulse of his jipporters and consistently preeribed congregational attendance the Sabbath for their Jewish hi Heprovided them with fc : meal and insisted upon Caching their children every ternoon. A siddur and talis first arrived Charon Hill in 1907. Grocer Lublin> r. who Still talks with a German accent was the first Jew to settle in the Pennsylvania town. He imported the prayer book but he found no occasion to open it. But in 1940. there were over a hundred siddurim and talisim in the Shul—brand new. Cantor Jacob Braunstein was a very busy man during the month; of Elul. It was then he pro-1 eeeded to practice his shofarblowing. Every morning he swallowed some rav. eggs to improve his voice. To the older men of the community he made a special appeal to come to morning services. As they were comto the end of their excursion in this world it was fitting that l in V hear the voice of the shofar Season's Greetings to My Many Jewish Patrons and Friends LULA JONES FLOWER SHOP Flowers for All Occasions 1910 S. W. 8th St.. Miami 1116 5th Street. Miami Beach Phone 2-5790 Phone 5-6521 and take notice of the day of judgment. All year business was the principal topic. In Elul "life" became the chief business. The Jewish townsmen focused their attention upon the synagogue. It was the locus where they found time to shed tears and to recall the past when they went to Shul with their parents. They began to think of their families. Dr. Ephriam Levy was a newcomer in Charon Hill. He contacted the president of the congregation and informed him that he would require an extra ticket for the High Holy Days. "My uncle. Jonas Levy is staying with me. He and his wife formerly lived in Prague. They say he was a big man—but now he is broken in a thousand pieces. Nobody can be happy existing as a marked dependent." Harry Edelman had the only drug store in town He too was having guests lor Rosh Hashona Holiday. When the cantor came to his house he reminded him about his brother-in-law. Yosef BarUCh, who had recently come from Haifa. He came to America because he longed to see his relatives before he was too old to travel. He hardly spoke about NEW YEAR GREETINGS CHRISTOPHER MOTORS PLYMOUTH — DE SOTO 15 Years Continued Growth—Your Protection 1200 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3341 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THE JEWISH PEOPLE WM. F. FRANTZ SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO. "THE COMPLETE PAINT STORE" 801 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-3317 Benjamin Moore Company's Complete Line of Paints NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEW HEWES OUTBOARD MOTORS — BOATS Authorixed Johnson Dealers Since 192S 841' 2 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 2-8918 IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO. NEW YEAR GREETINGS ABBOTT ELECTRIC RESIDENTIAL. INDUSTRIAL MARINE. STORES Wiring, Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 186 N. E. PHONES: 20th Street 3 6294—7-3082 his two sons who were fighting for England. Why should he talk? The American people know more than the European spectators. He preferred to hear from them. Alex Cohen was a real estate operator and a generous donor, rlis nephew, a young scientist from Shanghai lived with him. He never had a son of his own. so he was delighted to have his sister's child with him. The young man was extremely nervous. He imagined himself as haunted constantly by a pillar of -moke which signalled him to escape. Bombs and fire had made his young life a jouri fear. hate and uncertainty. When his uncle made arri ments for him to be in the synagogue, young Reubo Langer was thrilled! "Uncle Alex. I hope the people will like your chil nan." "Of course, they will. F W.'ie all friends I i i "I have seen so much of cracy in the past Today I feel so free. Your lri< ndship has made me feel so human." "In a democracy everybody feels that way." Cantor Braunstein was delighted with the prospects of having a crowded attendance during the Rosh Hashona services. "It will be a wonderful year, wife dear. Thew are all coming to Shul. It's a very good sign." The cantor's wife rarely spoke because, in a small town, speech traveled in more than one direction. Her husband did all the talking. Every Elul she experienced sleepless nights because her husband even talked in his sleep. In the morning he carefully examined the Shofar and prayed that the Satan should stay far away from his ram's horn. In the synagogue he practiced his traditional melodies and the reading of the Torah. "This year will be the beginna different life with a new unity." He spoke to the empty benches but he hoped it would be heard by Ins constitui nts through some or miracle. With tears CONTIUED ON PAGE 40 I TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE—A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CADILLAC PONTIAC Sales and Service 546 Lincoln Road Miami Beach GREETINGS ROBBI N S WAREHOUSING and DIST. CO. 1109 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-0480 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR from EDWARD'S SERVICE STATION E. B. WILDMAN. Manager 1380 SOUTHWEST EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-1661 1150 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 5-9017 WHERE YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FAUTHS, Inc. FURNITURE :: RUGS :: CARPETS BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT FOURTEENTH TERRACE TELEPHONE 3-4669 MIAMI THE MAKERS OF THAT GOOD MOON KIST ICE CREAM Ami Distributor." of ROYAL PALM MILK Extend BMt Wishes For A Happy and Prosperous New Year ROYAL PALM CREAMERY & DAIRY PHONE 3-8655 28 N. W. 17th AVENUE' Season's Greetings to Our Friends and Patrons ROME MATTRESS CO. 2027 N. Miami Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-2023 GREETINGS On The New Year l^mm$mmm]M NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS GEO. E. BUNNELL. CONTRACTOR Inc. 79 N. E. 20th Terrace 585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 3-7488 Phone 7-2876 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CLARK & LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108 A HAPPY NEW YEAR QUALITY CUSHMAN BAKING CO. 1310 West Flagler Street THE SOUTHS NEWEST AND FINEST BAKERY NEW YEAR GREETINGS BAY STATE Brick and Cement Coatinq House Paints Wall Paints Floor Enamel Varnish Brushes BAY STATE PAINT & WALLPAPER CO. BAY STATE OUALITY PRODUCTS Famous for Quality 2047 North Miami Avenue PHONE 3-0621 MIAMI. FLORIDA New Year Greetings uunvnE SERUICES inc. R. V. WAYNE, President "LARGEST WINDOW DISPLAY SERVICE IN THE WORLD" MAIN OF F I C E 836 West Flagler. Miami — Phone 3-1267 FLORIDA BRANCHES Jacksonville Tampa


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LOUIS
YOUR HAIRDRESSER
;: Halcyon Arcccie No. 4 Phone 2-1853
MIAMI. FLORIDA
n 15 WITH PLEASURE THAT WE EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS H. L. ROBERTSON PLUMBING and HEATING Bayshore Drive Phone 2-6184
SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MIAMI MLLLWORK & LUMBER CO.
MILLWORK JOBBERS
PHONES: 2-31862-4747
535-599 N. W. 11th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
: ll
Let
GORDON &
CHIPLEY
Solve Your Insurance
Problems
REAL ESTATE
PHONE 5-2550
1612 Alton F.d., Miami Beach
I: bl "--- Plssjare to Extend to Our Many Jewish Friendi
aad CaetOOMH Best Wishes for A Happy New Year
H. H. LEWIN REAL ESTATE
206 Hilrrao A::ide Phone 3-SJ71
$
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN WISHING
FOR ALL JEWRY
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
National Brands, Inc.
FORMERLY
FLORIDA SUGAR DISTRIBUTORS
SAM BLANK
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
STARLINGS. INC.
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS
CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED
65 S W. 9th Street Phone 3-4164
EAST COAST FISH MARKET
WEST FLAGLER STREETAT THE BRIDGE
$
EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY
BEST WISHES FOR
.... A HAPPY NEW YEAR ....
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DADE-COMMONWEALTH TITLE CO.
-Representing}
LAWYERS TITLE INSURANCE'CORP. of RICHMOND. VA
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE
The Oldest and Most Complete Plant in Dade County
Abstract Deot. 37 N. E 1st St.Title Dept- 1st Federal Bldg-
PHONE 3-7641
IARRETT COFFEE COMPANY
ROASTERS AND PACKERS OF
COFFEES AND TEAS
507 Northwest Miami Court
PHONE 2-2174
WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Sincere Wishes For A Most Happy and Prosperous New Yaar
To Our Many Jewish Friends
GEORGE E. MERRICK
Incorporated
REAL ESTATE
207 CALUMET BUILDING



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HE STARTED II PQGR
WHAT KIND OF A BOY WAS THE
REAL HERSCHYL GRYNSZPAN?
By EDWARD E. GRUSD
Managing Editor, The National Jewish Monthly
On a dark day in November,
1938, a 17-ycar-old Jewish boy,
his eyes blazing insanely, rushed
into a German Embassy in Paris,
and fired a revolver at the first
Nazi official he saw. It happened
to be Ernst von Rath, the third
secretary of the Embassy, who
was killed. A day or two later,
the Nazis in Germany drummed
up the worst pogrom in modern
Jewish history, using this assas-
sination as the excuse.
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The assassin, Herschyl Grynz-
pan, immediately gave himself up
to the police, but his trial was
postponed so many times that
tlic Nazi armies captured Paris
before it was held. In gnat glee,
they shipped Grynzpan back to
Germany, and recently their
plans to use him in another anti-
Semitic spectacle were exposed.
The idea was to stage a much-
publicized trial, in Berlin, during
the course of which young Gryns-
zpan, after being tortured grue-
somcly. was to "confess" that
he acted as the agent of "world
Jewry." But since this scheme
has been exposed, it has prob-
ably been abandoned.
Who was this Herschyl Grynz-
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PHONE 7.1669
pan? Was he a bad boy from the
beginning? What were his par-
ents like? Despite the spate of
news stories about him four years
ago, little has been known of
him until now, because he was
kept closely guarded in prison,
and his parents were "lost" in the
miserable ghetto in Poland to
which the Nazis had consigned
them.
But three young people who
knew Herschyl almost from
birth, who lived on the same
street in Hanover, Germany, with
him. who were his constant play-
mates, are now in this country,
and they have at last filled in
the picture from first-hand know-
ledge. They were interviewed,
and their exclusive story ap-
pears in the September issue of
The National Jewish Monthly,
Published by B'nai B'rith. Their
names cannot be given, because
they still have relatives in Ger-
many.
"We all lived on Burg Strasse,
in Hanover." their spokesman ex-
plained. "Herschyl lived in the
same house In which he had been
born. His parents, devoutly re-
ligious, were well off and highly
i spected in the community. Mr.
Grynzpan had an excellent tail-
oring firm that prospered from
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the day he came to Germany
from his native Poland."
The spokesman then told how
she and her brothers had played
the usual childish games with
Herschyl and his brother and
sister. They were healthy, nor-
mal children.
"In school, Herschyl was an
average student," she said, "show-
ing no particular aptitude for
any phase of study. Perhaps
he was resigned to his father's
wish that he become a rabbi. Mr.
Grynzpan, like my father and
other Polish Jewish parents, was
a devout Jew who followed the
precepts of the law to the letter."
Herschyl, she continued, was a
mischievous lad in chedar. but
his Bar Mitzvah was a great oc-
casion; his father invited all the
Jews in the neighborhood, and
Hersehyl did his parents proud
with an original oration that
won praise from the rabbis.
Herschyl loved his parents deep-
ly, and gave them constant joy.
For ten years he sang in the choir
of Hanover's large synagogue.
He was a Cohen, and took pride
in blessing the congregation on
the holidays. But when his fa-
ther sent him to a rabbinical
seminary in Frankfort at the age
of 15, he did not remain there
long. He did not want to be-
come a rabbi.
Conditions were meanwhile
growing steadily worse for the
Jews in Germany. To save his
son from them, Mr. Grynzpan
sent Herschyl to Paris to live
there with his aunt and uncle.
In September, 1938, the Nazis
exiled Hanover's Polish-borr.
Jews to the Polish town of Zba-
szyu, just over the border. The
Grynzpans were among them.
It was some time before H>r-
schyl. in Paris, found this out.
When he learned that his beli
parents and brother and
were starving in a squalid hut in
Poland, his world crashed about
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 Unit* fhr*f**r PAGE FORTY-ONE HE STARTED II PQGR WHAT KIND OF A BOY WAS THE REAL HERSCHYL GRYNSZPAN? By EDWARD E. GRUSD Managing Editor, The National Jewish Monthly On a dark day in November, 1938, a 17-ycar-old Jewish boy, his eyes blazing insanely, rushed into a German Embassy in Paris, and fired a revolver at the first Nazi official he saw. It happened to be Ernst von Rath, the third secretary of the Embassy, who was killed. A day or two later, the Nazis in Germany drummed up the worst pogrom in modern Jewish history, using this assassination as the excuse. SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS i ] W. T. GRANT CO. 9 EAST FLAGLER ST. The assassin, Herschyl Grynzpan, immediately gave himself up to the police, but his trial was postponed so many times that tlic Nazi armies captured Paris before it was held. In gnat glee, they shipped Grynzpan back to Germany, and recently their plans to use him in another antiSemitic spectacle were exposed. The idea was to stage a muchpublicized trial, in Berlin, during the course of which young Grynszpan, after being tortured gruesomcly. was to "confess" that he acted as the agent of "world Jewry." But since this scheme has been exposed, it has probably been abandoned. Who was this Herschyl GrynzSINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. E. 36th STREET PHONE 7.1669 pan? Was he a bad boy from the beginning? What were his parents like? Despite the spate of news stories about him four years ago, little has been known of him until now, because he was kept closely guarded in prison, and his parents were "lost" in the miserable ghetto in Poland to which the Nazis had consigned them. But three young people who knew Herschyl almost from birth, who lived on the same street in Hanover, Germany, with him. who were his constant playmates, are now in this country, and they have at last filled in the picture from first-hand knowledge. They were interviewed, and their exclusive story appears in the September issue of The National Jewish Monthly, Published by B'nai B'rith. Their names cannot be given, because they still have relatives in Germany. "We all lived on Burg Strasse, in Hanover." their spokesman explained. "Herschyl lived in the same house In which he had been born. His parents, devoutly religious, were well off and highly i spected in the community. Mr. Grynzpan had an excellent tailoring firm that prospered from BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO, GENERAL CONTRACTORS 5980 N. E. 4th AVENUE PHONE 7-471 1 GREETINGS CARL F. LAMBERT Utility Engineer and Consultant 810 Biacayne Buildina MIAMI. FLORIDA U> NEW YEAR GREETINGS i> G. J. G. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Kosher Zion Sausage Co., Inc. 37th Street and Normal Avenue CHICAGO, ILL. DELICIOUS CORNED BEEF. PICKLED. 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Herschyl, she continued, was a mischievous lad in chedar. but his Bar Mitzvah was a great occasion; his father invited all the Jews in the neighborhood, and Hersehyl did his parents proud with an original oration that won praise from the rabbis. Herschyl loved his parents deeply, and gave them constant joy. For ten years he sang in the choir of Hanover's large synagogue. He was a Cohen, and took pride in blessing the congregation on the holidays. But when his father sent him to a rabbinical seminary in Frankfort at the age of 15, he did not remain there long. He did not want to become a rabbi. Conditions were meanwhile growing steadily worse for the Jews in Germany. To save his son from them, Mr. Grynzpan sent Herschyl to Paris to live there with his aunt and uncle. In September, 1938, the Nazis exiled Hanover's Polish-borr. Jews to the Polish town of Zbaszyu, just over the border. The Grynzpans were among them. It was some time before H>rschyl. in Paris, found this out. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 194!
HE STARTED
II POGROM
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 41
him. He lost his head com-
pletely.
"We were not settled long in
our new qua: we heard
t." said his I

i own inti

Grynzr. nsole 1

the !

i
Ou:
riedly armed with rocks, clubs,
and knives, surrounded the house
and convinced the raiding forces
they would never leave with
their victims. It was a slinking
group of men that made their
way back to Germany empty-
handed."
Today, nobody knows what
has become of either Herschvi
or his parents.
O O D WILL IN
ACTION
Sincere Wishes
for a
HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
O'NEILL & ORR
BUILDING CORP.
4385 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
i will in action fellowships
il lished during this year
B'nai
Hillel Foundations. At thp
ama, the Gro-
lan I Hall Fell iwship,
I for 1 noted Southern
st bigotry.
B ipt '
: Chauncey
t in i
Foundations,
' I :
Y M C A A -::;iilar
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Y M C. A. i
In
:
:
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I
GEORGE LANGER
Owner
THE SUNGAS
Not Incorporated
1100 West Flaqler Street
Phones: 2-38112-3833
Extends to All His Jewish
Friends and Patrons the
Wish For
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROSH HASHONA
GREETINGS
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i-
THE
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LAUNDRY
5 5 5
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APARTMENTS
INSTITUTIONS
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- RAISE
OY H'OKK
Polishing
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Rome: During a visit to Jew-
ish refugees interned in Italy.
i the Papal Nuncio to the Italian
Government, who toured the re-
fugee camps on orders from the
Pope, left a gift of S150 to pur-
chase sacramental wine and in-
vited them to write letters to
kinfolk in Palestine, which the
Vatican would deliver.
Antwerp: A few days
the Jews of Antwerp had all
donned arm-bands containing
Star of David, on ordi
Nazi authorities, the n
Antwt: | p ipulation fol
suit a
with .
London: Th
childr cities
.....
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I in Christian homes. In
Ihrisl
s have pr .. .
food for 1 rr
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f protest '.
tyranny.

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GOOD WILL IN ACTION
By BERNARD POSTAL
Perhaps the most remarkable
ression of good will in action |
the frequency with which
Christians voluntarily contribu-
ted to Jewish institutions and the
succession of Jewish benei
tions to Christian agencies. Typ-
ical iCt of
W H. Hodges, of Elm
From his p
ral |
nt ai
...... j United
J( wish .. with a noti
t to

all
.
Proi
Jewish officials of the town 0
Bogalusa. also in Louisiana par
ticipated actively in the L'JA
campaign and stimulated many
non-Jews to contribute The
First Church of Christ, in Berea
Kentucky, also made a substan-
tial contribution to the UJA
What was probably the largest
Good Samaritan gift to an insti-
not of his faith was the
0 contributed by Simon
im. of Corpus Christi
to the local Young Men's
tian Association. Maurice
Jchild. Chicago phiianthrop-
ist, bequi athed $10,000 to the
r, a Catho-
'n Minn. ;n like
CONTINUED ON PAGE M
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J. B. HURST
MR and MRS
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PAGE FORTY-TWO fJewtstiHcrAMar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 194! HE STARTED II POGROM CONTINUED FROM PAGE 41 him. He lost his head completely. "We were not settled long in our new qua: we heard t." said his I %  i own inti %  %  Grynzr. nsole 1 %  the %  i Ou: riedly armed with rocks, clubs, and knives, surrounded the house and convinced the raiding forces they would never leave with their victims. It was a slinking group of men that made their way back to Germany emptyhanded." Today, nobody knows what has become of either Herschvi or his parents. O O D WILL IN ACTION Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR O'NEILL & ORR BUILDING CORP. 4385 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH i will in action fellowships il lished during this year B'nai Hillel Foundations. At thp ama, the Grolan I Hall Fell iwship, I for 1 noted Southern %  st bigotry. • %  B ipt : Chauncey t in i Foundations, %  • I %  : Y M C A A -::;iilar • i Y M C. A. i In : : I irtl i : I GEORGE LANGER Owner THE SUNGAS Not Incorporated 1100 West Flaqler Street Phones: 2-3811—2-3833 Extends to All His Jewish Friends and Patrons the Wish For A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS To All Miami Jewry iTHE SOUTHERN LAUNDRY 5 5 5 South West 8th Street COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE Catering To HOTELS APARTMENTS INSTITUTIONS THE HOME CAREFUL — CLEAN QUICK SERVICE PHONE 3-3151 SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS TU TTLE GARAGE RAISE OY H'OKK Polishing 35 S. E 4th St Ph. 3.2912 Rome: During a visit to Jewish refugees interned in Italy. i the Papal Nuncio to the Italian Government, who toured the refugee camps on orders from the Pope, left a gift of S150 to purchase sacramental wine and invited them to write letters to kinfolk in Palestine, which the Vatican would deliver. Antwerp: A few days the Jews of Antwerp had all donned arm-bands containing Star of David, on ordi Nazi authorities, the n Antwt: | p ipulation fol suit a with ••. London: Th childr cities ..... .. %  I in Christian homes. In Ihrisl • s have pr %  .. %  food for 1 rr A • %  : ) • irii f protest '. tyranny. %  ipied ed to theii • %  Dutch GOOD WILL IN ACTION By BERNARD POSTAL Perhaps the most remarkable ression of good will in action | the frequency with which Christians voluntarily contributed to Jewish institutions and the succession of Jewish benei tions to Christian agencies. Typical iCt of W H. Hodges, of Elm From his p ral | nt ai ...... j United J( wish .. with a noti t to • all Proi Jewish officials of the town 0 Bogalusa. also in Louisiana par ticipated actively in the L'JA campaign and stimulated many non-Jews to contribute The First Church of Christ, in Berea Kentucky, also made a substantial contribution to the UJA What was probably the largest Good Samaritan gift to an instinot of his faith was the 0 contributed by Simon im. of Corpus Christi to the local Young Men's tian Association. Maurice • Jchild. Chicago phiianthropist, bequi athed $10,000 to the r, a Catho• 'n Minn. ; n like CONTINUED ON PAGE M NEW YEARS GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO. 1520 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3.3907 J. B. HURST MR and MRS MORTON FAGAN and daughter SUNSHINE of the PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT 265 N. E. Second Street Extend to All Their Friends and Patrons Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS T CUSTOMBILT. Inc. A J. ULLIAN, President MAKERS OF Fine Furniture 1236 N. Miami Avenue PHONE J.4801 MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DADE KOSHER Meat & Poultry Market 159 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-1430 MIAMI BEST WISHES Pi IR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SUTTON JEWELRY CO. SUCCESSOR TO "WHALERS' THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI ESTABLISHED 1397 132 E. Flaqler Street PHONE 2-5996 T Compliments of E. J. DeLOACH S V Jersey Ice Cream Company 62 N. E. 27th STREET PHONE 2-1751 EXTENDS TO ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS WE EXTEND SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK w.„na,u,L h e :, B a n k '" "" *' —1 2oMl Telephone 2-0521 SAVINGS SI.00 Opens an Account LOANS Safe Deposit Boxes As Low as S3.00 Per Year DEPOSITS INSURED The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. a rstsw* WASHINGTON. D. C. 95000 fOR EACH DEPOSITOR Q "U)O0 MAXIMUM INSURANCE £>>""" JkX it

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
*JewSsti HcrkHan
PAGE FORTY-THREE
WOMEN'S DIVISION
MIAMI CHAPTER
By MRS. MOSES KRIEGER, President
On behalf of the Women's Di-
vision of the American Jewish
Congress, Miami Chapter, I am
privileged to extend a brief mes-
sage of greeting to our fellow
Jews in the Greater Miami area.
Rosh Hashona is traditionally
a fitting time for the exchange
of greetings, messages of cheer,
hope, and renewed pledges of
brotherly love and good neigh-
borliness. But, try as one may,
what can one say of hope and
cheer in this tragic year of 5702?
The unprecedented tragedy that
has befallen our people, as well
as five sixths of the entire popu-
lation of the Eastern Hemisphere
is of such tremendous magnitude,
its cruelty so savage, its brutlity
so abysmal, that one is stunned
beyond words, dried of tears, and
almost numb, in the face of such
horror and desolation.
At a time like this, therefore,
we Jews must turn to our pro-
phets of old for some measure of
comfort and consolation. Re-
member the words of Isaiah,
"The bricks arc fallen down, but
we will build with hewn stones;
the sycamores are cut down, but
we will replace them with ced-
ars." Yes, my fellow Jews, we
MR. and MRS.
MAURICE GROSSMAN
AND DAUGHTERS
NAOMI and RITA
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY
And Particularly to the Officers, Boards of Directors
and Members of the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A.
and all their affiliated activities
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NEW YEAR
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4emwl!wa**Sy!
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SHOWROOMS
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FACTORY
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-to everyone
everywhere
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GREETINGS
^
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the fortunate remnant of our
people, must gird our loins with
greater determination than ever
before, to carry on, to keep shin-
ing the light of our culture, to
keep burning the lamp of our
heritage. Let us, as we give
thanks for America and Ameri-
can leadership, resolve on this
Rosh Hashona Day to prove our-
selves worthy of our country's
greatness, and the blessings of
which we American Jews have
an equal share.
Let loyalty and the fullest
measure of devotion, yes, even
of sacrifice to and for our coun-
try be our pledge on this Rosh
Hashona.
GOOD WILL IN
ACTION
London: During a Nazi air
raid on London's East End. a
non-Jewish firewatcher who first
noticed a synagogue on fire gave
the alarm and succeeded in pre-
venting the building from being
destroyed. The same night, only
a few blocks away, a group of
Jewish fire-watchers put out a
fire in an Anglican church before
it could do serious damage.
Manchester: The Jewish com-
munity of Manchester, England.
contributed 250 toward the re-
building of the city's largest
church, destroyed by Nazi bombs.
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COMPANY
D. G. MFARLANE
1105 New. To.ir Miami. Fla.
Telephone 3-42S4
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Patroni
American Pharmacy, Inc.
744 N E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-4M5
Marshall's Drug Store
653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7.1202
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SYE/T FLAGLER
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JACOB SHER, President
GREETINGS FROM
By MRS. MILTON SIRKIN
President Miami Chapter
Hadassah greets its many mem-
bers and friends on this, the
advent of a New Year. We can-
not look far ahead into the un-
predictable future. But this
much we do know; in a world
where values shift and men often
tire of the struggle, we of Hadas-
sah will never waiver. No matter
what the tragedy, we will not be
found wanting.
To quote the great Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, "The fate of Zionism
does not depend upon the chang-
ing fortunes of war. As the ex-
pression of unbreakable attach-
ment to Palestine, it is as old as
the Jewish people. It has
empires rise and fall, and heard
the tramp of conquering legions
which came and went. They
may destroy much that we have
built with pain and love. But
they cannot destroy that which
is indestructible. Our will to
build is greater than any man's
mania for destruction."
Hadassah, too, is helping to
man the defenses of Eretz Yis-
rael by gearing its entire medi-
cal program to protect and
strengthen the Yishuv. Our hos-
pitals, our child welfare stations,
our preventive health, feeding
recreation and medical research
projects have become part of th*
"ammunition for the defense 01
democracy" in Palestine.
Despite the darkness which en-
velopes our people in Europe,
despite the life and death struggle
which now threatens around
Palestine, we know that we will
keep our ranks firm, our pur-
pose undimmed, and our faith
invulnerable.
May we live to see in the fu-
ture the complete demolition of
the forces that are working to
undermine democracy and to find
that the ideals and tradition
I the Jewish people once m
. have their rightful place in the
minds of an intelligent world.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
JACK ADELMAN STEEL
52 NORTHEAST 25th STREET
PHONE 3-4088
YARD
SEASONS GREETINGS
MASON & HAMLIN
Knabe. Hardman, Minipiano, Starr, Fischer, Estey, Gulbransen
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Phone 2-2519 Phone 3-2364
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FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
PAN AMERICAN BUSINESS SCHOOL
Complete Secretarial and Accounting Course*
Commercial and Spanish Shorthand
ENGLISH FRENCH SPANISH PORTUGUESE
701 PROFESSIONAL BUILDING PHONE 2-5217
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BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY
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NEW YEAR
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 JewSsti HcrkHan PAGE FORTY-THREE WOMEN'S DIVISION MIAMI CHAPTER By MRS. MOSES KRIEGER, President On behalf of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, Miami Chapter, I am privileged to extend a brief message of greeting to our fellow Jews in the Greater Miami area. Rosh Hashona is traditionally a fitting time for the exchange of greetings, messages of cheer, hope, and renewed pledges of brotherly love and good neighborliness. But, try as one may, what can one say of hope and cheer in this tragic year of 5702? The unprecedented tragedy that has befallen our people, as well as five sixths of the entire population of the Eastern Hemisphere is of such tremendous magnitude, its cruelty so savage, its brutlity so abysmal, that one is stunned beyond words, dried of tears, and almost numb, in the face of such horror and desolation. At a time like this, therefore, we Jews must turn to our prophets of old for some measure of comfort and consolation. Remember the words of Isaiah, "The bricks arc fallen down, but we will build with hewn stones; the sycamores are cut down, but we will replace them with cedars." Yes, my fellow Jews, we MR. and MRS. MAURICE GROSSMAN AND DAUGHTERS NAOMI and RITA EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY And Particularly to the Officers, Boards of Directors and Members of the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. and all their affiliated activities SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Frank S. Evans Co., Inc. 4emwl!wa**Sy! Manufacturers. Distributors and Repairers of Fina Rattan Fumitura" SHOWROOMS 7005 BISCAYNE BLVD. FACTORY "100 N. E. 71ST ST. -to everyone —everywhere OUR HEARTIEST NEW YEARS GREETINGS ^ Hollywood Beach Hotel Oscar T. Johnson General Manager the fortunate remnant of our people, must gird our loins with greater determination than ever before, to carry on, to keep shining the light of our culture, to keep burning the lamp of our heritage. Let us, as we give thanks for America and American leadership, resolve on this Rosh Hashona Day to prove ourselves worthy of our country's greatness, and the blessings of which we American Jews have an equal share. Let loyalty and the fullest measure of devotion, yes, even of sacrifice to and for our country be our pledge on this Rosh Hashona. GOOD WILL IN ACTION London: During a Nazi air raid on London's East End. a non-Jewish firewatcher who first noticed a synagogue on fire gave the alarm and succeeded in preventing the building from being destroyed. The same night, only a few blocks away, a group of Jewish fire-watchers put out a fire in an Anglican church before it could do serious damage. Manchester: The Jewish community of Manchester, England. contributed §250 toward the rebuilding of the city's largest church, destroyed by Nazi bombs. Washable TABLE PADS AS LOW AS Waterproof $2.85 American Table Pad 132 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 3-3272 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BISHOP SEED COMPANY 2150 N. W. 17th Avonut PHONE 3.2*10 SEASON'S GREETINGS D A D E REFRIGERATION CO.. INC. 17924 N. W. 2>th Strict PHONE 2.7S6S NIGHT PHONE 3-7712 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE EDIPHONE COMPANY D. G. MFARLANE 1105 New. To.ir Miami. Fla. Telephone 3-42S4 SEASON'S GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Patroni American Pharmacy, Inc. 744 N E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-4M5 Marshall's Drug Store 653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7.1202 :\ BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SYE/T FLAGLER \ KENNEL CLUB W FLAGLEQ }? AJ£ JACOB SHER, President GREETINGS FROM By MRS. MILTON SIRKIN President Miami Chapter Hadassah greets its many members and friends on this, the advent of a New Year. We cannot look far ahead into the unpredictable future. But this much we do know; in a world where values shift and men often tire of the struggle, we of Hadassah will never waiver. No matter what the tragedy, we will not be found wanting. To quote the great Dr. Chaim Weizmann, "The fate of Zionism does not depend upon the changing fortunes of war. As the expression of unbreakable attachment to Palestine, it is as old as the Jewish people. It has empires rise and fall, and heard the tramp of conquering legions which came and went. They may destroy much that we have built with pain and love. But they cannot destroy that which is indestructible. Our will to build is greater than any man's mania for destruction." Hadassah, too, is helping to man the defenses of Eretz Yisrael by gearing its entire medical program to protect and strengthen the Yishuv. Our hospitals, our child welfare stations, our preventive health, feeding recreation and medical research projects have become part of th* "ammunition for the defense 01 democracy" in Palestine. Despite the darkness which envelopes our people in Europe, despite the life and death struggle which now threatens around Palestine, we know that we will keep our ranks firm, our purpose undimmed, and our faith invulnerable. May we live to see in the fu%  ture the complete demolition of the forces that are working to undermine democracy and to find that the ideals and tradition I the Jewish people once m have their rightful place in the minds of an intelligent world. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS JACK ADELMAN STEEL 52 NORTHEAST 25th STREET PHONE 3-4088 YARD SEASONS GREETINGS MASON & HAMLIN Knabe. Hardman, Minipiano, Starr, Fischer, Estey, Gulbransen TURNER'S MIAMI, FLORIDA 1417 BUcayne Boulevard 10 S. E. 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^Jenisl fhrkJUar)
PAGE FORTY-FIVE
ORLANDO-THE CITY BEAUTIFUL
5702-NEW YEAR
E!
By RABBI MORRIS A. SKOF
"Thou hast given us like sheep
to be eaten; and hast scattered
us among the nations. Thou
makcst us a taunt to our neigh-
bors) a scorn and a derision to
them that are round about us.
All this is come upon us, yet have
we not forgotten Thee, neither
have we been false to Thy coven-
ant; Nay, for Thy sake are we
killed all the day; we are ac-
counted as sheep for the slaugh-
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THOS. G. LEE DAIRY
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
ter. Awake! Why slcepest
iThou, Oh Lord? Arouse Thyself,
cast us not off forever. Where-
fore hidest Thou Thy face, and
forgettest our affliction and our
oppression?"
Psalm XIIV, 12-25.
From the deepest depths of
despair and hopelessness a pious
Jew gave utterance to the above
cry of anguish. One might im-
agine that these words were
penned during the last few years
by some tragic sufferer, speaking
not only for the Jewish people
but for the world at large. But
such is not the case. Scholars
believe that this psalm was writ-
ten some two centuries before
Happy New Year
GREETINGS
TUTHILL'S MARKET
QUALITY FOODS
470 North Orange
PHONE 6189
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
R
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COMPLETE MEN'S FURNISHINGS
110 S. Orange Orlando. Florida
Best Wishes lor a Happy and Prosperous New Year
BOWLING CENTER OF ORLANDO
720 N. Orange Avenue
Orlando. Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. C. LANGSTON-HUBBARD
CONSTRUCTION CO.
115 West Grant
Orlando. Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
LAMARd HOTBId
411 W. Central Orlando, Fla.
4?
the common era, probably when
the devoted Maccabees were
finding their heathen enemies
stronger than their faith in God.
All of their loyal efforts seemed
weak in the struggle against
their stronger and ruthless foes.
Men seemed to wonder why it
was that the people striving to
millions of Jews back in their
Synagogues and Houses of Prayer
to renew their faith in the Father
of Mankind and in the Good in
Man.
Men, in sorrow and disillusion-
ment may cry. "Where is justice?
Where is God? Where is Retri-
bution?" But as time goes on,
and the seemingly impossible
victory, becomes a 'reality, faith
is renewed and God's incrutable
ways become clear.
In the days when this psalm
I was written, Jews were dying
t<> defend their faith. The enemy
was continually victorious. How
oould a gracious God allow the
defenders of His teachings to
suffer so mercilessly? Truly,
God seemed to be asleep. But
as we look back upon those tem-
pestuous days, we now see that
God did not allow the Jews to
lose. They failed in battles, but
they won the war. The faith in
righteousness was vindicated.
The heathen hordes were finally
decimated and the followers of
the faiththe loyal Jewssur-
vived. And they are surviving
in these days. And not only are
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
preserve God's teachings, were
being brutally attacked and
killed, while the God-less enemies
seemed triumphant and victor-
ious. "Nay, for Thy sake are we
killed all the day; we are ac-
counted as sheep for the slaugh-
ter."
Does this psalm not express
the feelings of innocent peoples
of all countries, in our day, who
have felt the fury of the totalitar-
ian murderers? The cup of suf-
fering and sorrow has so filled
to overflowing that religious per-
sons, noticing how wide-spread
has been the tragedy to so many
innocent human beings, are
prompted to cry out with the au-
thor of this psalm, Awake! Why
sleepest Thou, Oh Lord? Arouse
Thyself, cast us not off forever."
And yet, despite the utter pes-
simism of this impassioned plea.
This Rosh Hashona 5702 will find
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
Orlando. Florida
decent and fine Jews surviving,
but the best and finest peoples of
many nations, are surviving and
preparing and awaiting for the
inevitable great Day of Vindica-
tion which is slowly becoming
apparent.
As the new year 5702 is ap-
proaching, loyal Jews will again
assemble in their sanctuaries
There is no denying that men
still ask. "Wherefore hidest Thou
Thy face, and forgettest our af-
fliction and our oppression?" But
there is a mystic power in our
ancient liturgy and significant
prayer-book. From utter dejec-
tion, we shall find, after our Rosh
Hashona experience, a remark-
able renewal of faith. The New
Year will beckon to us in hope
and aspiration. It will speak a
message as follows:
CONTINUED ON PAGE 48
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
KEENiSIGHT
KEENE & KEENE. INC.
203 S. Orange Ave.. Ph. 4967
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
MARY B. ASHER
and
PHIL ASHER GATES
announce that the practice of
I. B. ASHER
deceased
Certified Public Accountant
has been taken over at their
request by
R. C. PRIBBLE
Public Accountant
415 Exchange Building
Orlando, Florida
Telephones 2-1945 and 9821
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WALTER I. WILCOX. INC.
Electrical Appliances
70 East Central Phone 3751
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
COMPLIMENTS OF
SOUTHERN LIQUOR
DISTRIBUTORS INC.
Budweiser Beer
Schenley's Liquors
Garret's Wines
Gold Seal Wines
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
SEARS TAKES PLEASURE IN WISHING THEIR
MANY JEWISH CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
OF ORANGE COUNTY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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ORLANDO
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the only company with a complete set of Land
Records of Orange County.
FIDELITY TITLE and
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WM. BEARDALL
President
FIDELITY BUILDING
60 N. Court St ORLANDO
H. I. WILDER
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 ^Jenisl fhrkJUar) PAGE FORTY-FIVE ORLANDO-THE CITY BEAUTIFUL 5702-NEW YEAR E! By RABBI MORRIS A. SKOF "Thou hast given us like sheep to be eaten; and hast scattered us among the nations. Thou makcst us a taunt to our neighbors) a scorn and a derision to them that are round about us. All this is come upon us, yet have we not forgotten Thee, neither have we been false to Thy covenant; Nay, for Thy sake are we killed all the day; we are accounted as sheep for the slaughHAPPY NEW YEAR THOS. G. LEE DAIRY ORLANDO. FLORIDA ter. Awake! Why slcepest iThou, Oh Lord? Arouse Thyself, cast us not off forever. Wherefore hidest Thou Thy face, and forgettest our affliction and our oppression?" —Psalm XIIV, 12-25. From the deepest depths of despair and hopelessness a pious Jew gave utterance to the above cry of anguish. One might imagine that these words were penned during the last few years by some tragic sufferer, speaking not only for the Jewish people but for the world at large. But such is not the case. Scholars believe that this psalm was written some two centuries before Happy New Year GREETINGS TUTHILL'S MARKET QUALITY FOODS 470 North Orange PHONE 6189 ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR R 'S COMPLETE MEN'S FURNISHINGS 110 S. Orange Orlando. Florida Best Wishes lor a Happy and Prosperous New Year BOWLING CENTER OF ORLANDO 720 N. Orange Avenue Orlando. Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR E. C. LANGSTON-HUBBARD CONSTRUCTION CO. 115 West Grant Orlando. Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS LAMARD HOTBID 411 W. Central Orlando, Fla. 4? the common era, probably when the devoted Maccabees were finding their heathen enemies stronger than their faith in God. All of their loyal efforts seemed weak in the struggle against their stronger and ruthless foes. Men seemed to wonder why it was that the people striving to millions of Jews back in their Synagogues and Houses of Prayer to renew their faith in the Father of Mankind and in the Good in Man. Men, in sorrow and disillusionment may cry. "Where is justice? Where is God? Where is Retribution?" But as time goes on, and the seemingly impossible victory, becomes a 'reality, faith is renewed and God's incrutable ways become clear. In the days when this psalm I was written, Jews were dying • t<> defend their faith. The enemy was continually victorious. How oould a gracious God allow the defenders of His teachings to suffer so mercilessly? Truly, God seemed to be asleep. But as we look back upon those tempestuous days, we now see that God did not allow the Jews to lose. They failed in battles, but they won the war. The faith in righteousness was vindicated. The heathen hordes were finally decimated and the followers of the faith—the loyal Jews—survived. And they are surviving in these days. And not only are RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP preserve God's teachings, were being brutally attacked and killed, while the God-less enemies seemed triumphant and victorious. "Nay, for Thy sake are we killed all the day; we are accounted as sheep for the slaughter." Does this psalm not express the feelings of innocent peoples of all countries, in our day, who have felt the fury of the totalitarian murderers? The cup of suffering and sorrow has so filled to overflowing that religious persons, noticing how wide-spread has been the tragedy to so many innocent human beings, are prompted to cry out with the author of this psalm, Awake! Why sleepest Thou, Oh Lord? Arouse Thyself, cast us not off forever." And yet, despite the utter pessimism of this impassioned plea. This Rosh Hashona 5702 will find HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS NEHI BOTTLING CO. Orlando. Florida decent and fine Jews surviving, but the best and finest peoples of many nations, are surviving and preparing and awaiting for the inevitable great Day of Vindication which is slowly becoming apparent. As the new year 5702 is approaching, loyal Jews will again assemble in their sanctuaries There is no denying that men still ask. "Wherefore hidest Thou Thy face, and forgettest our affliction and our oppression?" But there is a mystic power in our ancient liturgy and significant prayer-book. From utter dejection, we shall find, after our Rosh Hashona experience, a remarkable renewal of faith. The New Year will beckon to us in hope and aspiration. It will speak a message as follows: CONTINUED ON PAGE 48 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR KEENiSIGHT KEENE & KEENE. INC. 203 S. Orange Ave.. Ph. 4967 ORLANDO. FLORIDA MARY B. ASHER and PHIL ASHER GATES announce that the practice of I. B. ASHER deceased Certified Public Accountant has been taken over at their request by R. C. PRIBBLE Public Accountant 415 Exchange Building Orlando, Florida Telephones 2-1945 and 9821 NEW YEAR GREETINGS WALTER I. WILCOX. INC. Electrical Appliances 70 East Central Phone 3751 ORLANDO. FLORIDA COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS INC. Budweiser Beer Schenley's Liquors Garret's Wines Gold Seal Wines ORLANDO. FLORIDA SEARS TAKES PLEASURE IN WISHING THEIR MANY JEWISH CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS OF ORANGE COUNTY A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEARS ROEBUCK & CO ORLANDO TELEPHONE 9813 ABSTRACTS AND TITLE INSURANCE II iJiiJi PHOTOSTATIC COPY SERVICE We use a photostat copy of plat of caption property in every abstract of title prepared by us. We are the only company with a complete set of Land Records of Orange County. FIDELITY TITLE and GUARANTY CO. WM. BEARDALL President FIDELITY BUILDING 60 N. Court St ORLANDO H. I. WILDER Vice President Phone 4131 'A' %  %  I tSBPSK


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why he was chosen the most
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League in 3940an honor he had
ean I :r. 1935and
brer the great spirit of
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"That Good Gulf Gasoline"
team p'-ay which changed bin
:: foe number one first base-
_-rar.k:r.g outfielder.
With P -"* con"
rp< ru whe mid be
h i be lor. away from Oral
red to a pickr-
roL Hani ''"
and tutting catapulted the
int pennant winning

thil tw< year
.i veteran fron th< Bronx
M rry Arnovich i p ten-
se poten-
l been e\i
up tot
*-u a wow, a fe*
... Na-
tional! Hii record for hitting
..-. the majors was
Thus, when the
Reds were shopping for a
iitihtj outfielder who could hit
they decided upon
the Bra; B'r:th lad from Sheboy-
car. Wisconsin. Arnovich was
-*: shakes with the Reds.
He was bought from them ':.
Giant*, who also had a huge gap
in center field to be filled. And
up to the time he went into the
army, he was hitting in the
pinches but not consistently. The
army will not spoil Mome's ca-
reer. It will give the youngster
a fresh start in his baseball life.
Another item of importance
was the news that Dolly Stark
had deserted baseball for the
business world. Dollyfor two
years the "most popular and
most competent" of umpires (the
quotes are the St. Louis Sporting
News) was a familiar figure ir.
our annual sports parade. His
slim, blue-suited figure march-
ing briskly along to the tune of
$12.000the price for which he
became a holdoutwas ever pop-
ular with the fans and pi
alike. Ford Frick once said of
him. Movies of Stark's officiat-
| could serve as a course for
a'.: future umpires." But now
are Harry Dan-
iitintj catcher of the New
V rk Giants Harry Eisenstadt.
rehei nurlet for the Cleveland
Ifi mer of the St Louis
Cards Bud Meyer of the Wash-;
r. Senators Ai Moses of the
nd S:d Beck of the
These are the
gave baseball the num-
t in the parade of the!
Basketball
be passers and
n of the basket-,
jrned in another i
:ng performance during
past : ir There was a
crackerjack basketeer on almost
ry trig time team in the coun- '
try ind there was a Jewish bas- '
all player on each of the
four quintets who came up in'
the play for the national champ-
lonships that were held at Ma-
dison Square Garden in New
York.
Basketball has long been the
game that was definitely taken |
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, m
over by the Jewish Mhastei mi
even as they had beer. :- char..
of the situation for the pastgJr
ter century, so last .-.'.- .J,^*r"
exception. The long
notch Jewish basketeen is/
stricted only by ..-.. 1Qa*
of the game Dura,, U^J
year they popped up ronsistewh
in the headlines of :;v. p *
Coast the M: = ,.. v. JJg
deep Sourr. .
tremendous supper. New vJt
gave its Jew! *
people, who dabbk ir -a- *.-
tistics. repon that this ga-"e "
tracts more men 1 ,_*
nually than any u
the United Statesappro*;:
twenty millionsar.d the Jewish
basketeer leads a!: th. n tt Hers
is our honor roll : .- the 1941
season:
First team: Morris Becker, &,.
quesne; Leo Huber, Kentuckr
Bob Gerber. Toledo; 0 Schechtman. L. I U.; Me-yjv
Snyder. Temple.
Second Team Mer: LaM- y
Y. U Lee Graf. Ohio State' Ha]
Trotsky. Colorado: R Aurbach.
_____ CONTINUED OS PAGE 47
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PAGE FORTY-SIX +Jeistnork#ar THE JEWISH SPORTSWORLD REVIEW FDR 570 —.. — %  I athlete .: '.• :•:::: throughout th:s car. not be I I N >uld recap:tu i Jewish : taken as romerved j %  .. % % % % % %  a .. outfielder J the Detx it ... 7Bi u bambinc has achieved (ran I i n in i h i r.i".. r:. p :.••..-•; Became tM tnb the new nal rmy -c\ twetstj -• ; -. -:' I b • tand ;::.: i j eat without the liif .. v nl ^ num' %  : :'. A.—.-: r::a Ar.d from tr.e baseene bears out emphatically why he was chosen the most %  yes in the Aiueik ill League in 3940—an honor he had ean I :r. 1935—and brer the great spirit of HEW YEAR GREETINGS T ORLANDO FARM EQUIPMENT STORE 701 W. Robinson Phone 3450 ORLANDO. FLORIDA Say It With flower* Flower* for All Occasions Flower* Whisper what Words Cannot Say CARUTHERS VIOLET DALE FLORIST 236 N. Orange Are. ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR DIXIE SALES SERVICE West South Boone ORLANDO. FLA. May the New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity Shaw's Service Station 16 N. Parraroore—Phone 6464 ORLANDO. FLORIDA "That Good Gulf Gasoline" team p'-ay which ch anged bin ::— foe number one first base• _-rar.k:r.g outfielder. With P %  -"* con rp< ru whe mid be H i be lor. away from Oral red to a pickrroL Hani •'•' %  •" £ and tutting catapulted the int pennant winning • %  thil tw< year .i veteran fron th< Bronx M rry Arnovich i p tense potenl been e\i up tot *-u a wow, a fe* ... National! Hii record for hitting ..-. the majors was Thus, when the • Reds were shopping for a iitihtj outfielder who could hit they decided upon the Bra; B'r:th lad from Sheboycar. Wisconsin. Arnovich was %  : shakes with the Reds. He was bought from them ':. Giant*, who also had a huge gap in center field to be filled. And up to the time he went into the army, he was hitting in the pinches but not consistently. The army will not spoil Mome's career. It will give the youngster a fresh start in his baseball life. Another item of importance was the news that Dolly Stark had deserted baseball for the business world. Dolly—for two years the "most popular and most competent" of umpires (the quotes are the St. Louis Sporting News) was a familiar figure ir. our annual sports parade. His slim, blue-suited figure marching briskly along to the tune of $12.000—the price for which he became a holdout—was ever popular with the fans and pi alike. Ford Frick once said of him. Movies of Stark's officiat| could serve as a course for a'.: future umpires." But now are Harry Daniitintj catcher of the New V rk Giants Harry Eisenstadt. rehei nurlet for the Cleveland Ifi mer of the St Louis Cards Bud Meyer of the Wash-; • r. Senators Ai Moses of the nd S:d Beck of the These are the gave baseball the numt in the parade of the! Basketball be passers and •• n of the basket-, • jrned in another i •:ng performance during past : %  • ir There was a crackerjack basketeer on almost ry trig time team in the coun' %  try ind there was a Jewish bas' all player on each of the four quintets who came up in' the play for the national champlonships that were held at Madison Square Garden in New York. Basketball has long been the game that was definitely taken | BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PacRite AMERICAN MACHINERY CORPORATION Fruit Packing and Canning Equipment May-Cobb Fertiliser Distributors Phone 6184 ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR COATS WELDING CO. Electric and Acetylene Welding 638 W. Central Phone 5471 ORLANDO. FLORIDA NATIONAL BATTERIES We Replace All Make* Made By the World's Largest Manufacturers JONES SERVICE STATION W. Pine and Garland St. Phone 6688 ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW TEAR FLAMINGO CAFE 2 ML East Cheney Highway ORLANDO. FLORIDA GREETINGS TAXI dial 9878 CITY CAB CO., INC. DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 243 S. Orange — Orlando Tours Careful DriTers BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRY'S RESTAURANT ORLANDO. FLORIDA May the Hew Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Procperity GREENTREE GRILL 371 M. Orange Are. Ph. 4781 ORLANDO, FLORIDA GREETINGS HI NCHE Y IRON WORKS ACETYLENE AND ELECTRIC WELDING 221 South Hughey Street Phone 5203 ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LAWTON PRINTING CO. 29 South Church Orlando. Florida BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR SHERIFF JIM BLACK FRIDAY. SEPTEMBE R 19, m over by the Jewish Mhastei mi even as they had beer. : char.. of the situation for the pastgJr ter century, so last •.-. %  .. J ,^* r exception. The long notch Jewish basketeen is/ stricted only by •..-.. 1Q a* of the game Dura,, U ^ !" J year they popped up ronsistewh in the headlines of : ; v p Coast the• M: = ,.. v. JJg deep Sourr—•. tremendous supper. New vJt gave its Jew! people, who dabbk ir a *.tistics. repon that this ga-" e tracts more men 1 ,_* nually than any u the United States—appro*;: twenty millions—ar.d the Jewish basketeer leads a!: th. n tt Hers is our honor roll : .the 1941 season: First team: Morris Becker, &,. quesne; Leo Huber, Kentuckr Bob Gerber. Toledo; 0

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
SPORTS
WORLD REVIEW
FOR TEH 5701
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4
N. Y. U.; Winegrad. C. C. N. Y.
Boxing
Like the annual march of the
Civil War Veterans, Jews in box-
ing march past the reviewing
stand this year conspicious for
their thinning ranks. Where for-
merly Jews held a goodly major-
;ty of the world championshipr
no Jewish champ reigns. The
last champ was Barney Ross and
he did a grand job by holding
three simultaneouslythe light-
weight, junior welterweight and
welterweight. Few Jewish boys
are crowding the preliminary
ranksthe stepping stones to
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PHONE 4424
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A Clean and Satisfactory
Service for Every Need
Main Office. 21 N. Parramore
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234 W. Central Avenue
Phone 3153
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
STUDEBAKER
Distributor and Dealer
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Contractor of Plaster
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Phone 5172
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championshipsas they did in
years gone by.
The prospects for Jews in
boxing, however, is not barren
even after the. glorious traditions
created by Benny Leonard, Lew
Tendler, Bob Olin, Maxie Rosen-
bloom, Ben Jeby, Benny Bass
and Izzy Schwartzall champs
.ii their respective divisions dur
ing the past twenty years. Abe
Simon and Buddy Baer loom as
errific prospects on the heavy-
weight horizon even though both
riave been losers to Joe Louis
in championship scraps. "Bum-
my" Davis, nee Albert Davidoff,
of Brownsville may yet be the
new welterweight champion of
the world. And, the whackiest
goof of them allMadcap Maxie
Baerwho tried a game come-
back this past yearonce by
trouncing the Jersey Beer Barrel
Tony Galento, and later by
putting up the best fight of his
career in a gallant stand against
the Brown Bomberhas now
been relegated to the limbo of
Cauliflower alley.
Football
The same two lads who set the
football world on its respective
ear while they were collegiate
gridiron heroes repeated their
brilliant performances on the pro-
fessional gridiron. We refer to
Sid Luckman and Marshall Gold-
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GREETINGS
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ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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300 N. Orange Phone 4113
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4l
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An Abundance of Happiness
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JIM CUMBIE. Owner
berg. Luckmanthe kid who
made the Columbia Lion roar for
three years and that Hebrew
Hill-Billy, Marshall Goldberg
performed admirably for the Chi-
cago Bears and the Chicago Car-
dinals respectively. And it was
Luckman who sparked and quar-
terbacked the Bears into the
world's professional football title.
But these two fellows were not
alone as representatives of Jew-
ish athletes in the pro game.
There were sixteen others: With
the Brooklyn Dodgers Fred
Schwartz. Leo Disend. Herb Kap-
lanoff and Bonnie Kish; with
Green Bay Morris Greenfield
and Herbie Goldenberg: with the
BearsDick Plasman, Solly Sher-
man; with BostonLouis Snyder
and Lee Fischer; DetroitJohn-
ny Pingel and Sidney Weiss;
ClevelandBabe Patt and with
the Pirates Fred Karp.
Most interesting item in pro
football was the merry heave-ho
Dave Smukler, erstwhile Ail-
American, gave to his ten thou-
sand dollar contract with the
Philadelphia Eagles, in order to
enlist with the U. S. Army as a
buck private. Smukler was not
drafted. He enlisted.
On the collegiate front the
numbers of Hebrew laddies were
just as numerous as ever. They
played on the biggest jugger-
nauts and they played in post-
season games. Honors were pro-
lific. Among the better known
luminaries of last year's foot-
ball crop were:
Harry Newmancaptain of the
Alabama Crimson Tide, Acker-
man, captain of"the Tenessee Vol-
unteers, the team that went in-
to the Sugar Bowl against Boston
College last New Year's Day, un-
defeated, untied and unscored up-
on. Ed Frutig of Michigan and
Irv Mendelsohn of the Pennsyl-
vania brigade were two Jewish
boys on the eastern contingent
to the Shriner's game when the
East met the West. Art Gott-
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We Furniah the Home
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lieb of Rutgers was another top-
notcher.
The records of the collegiate
brethren may be less magnifi-
cent next year since by then the
draft laws will have really af-
fected them. But numbers never
mattered. The fact that a Jewish
gridiron warrior has been sel-
ected on the Associated Press
ail-American for the past twenty-
five years speaks for itself.
Automobile Racing
Mauri Rose, veteran driver of
the speedways roared down the
tortuous raceways of the Indian-
apolis track and became the first
Jewish driver to win the coveted
Memorial Day 500 Mile Race at
Indianapolis last May 30. Mauri
garnered almost $100,000 in
prize money and testimonials.
He had been trying for this for
six years and had finished as
close as second on one occasion
and third and fourth on others.
First place always eluded him.
It seemed that he was out of the
running again this year when
his car broke down with engine
trouble. But this time Mauri was
not phased. He borrowed an-
other car and the race was all
to him. He beat such luminaries
as Wilbur Shaw and Rex Mays
w
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to the checkered flag that sym-
bolizes victory.
Track and Field
Two names stand out in the
honor roll of track and field
heroes for the past year. They
are Phil Lebowitz and Allan Toll-
mich. Lebowitz earned fame over
the half mile and shorter sprint
distances while Tollmich has been
grinding out world records over
the low hurdles for some six
years.
However, to be fair to all con-
cerned, instead of recapitulating
an honor roll that would include
the champs of the past year, we
are presenting our roll of heroes
who have been top-notch in these
events during the past five years.
Our Five Year Honor Roll
60 yard dash, Sam Steller
Michigan; 100 yard dash, Marty
GlickmanSyracuse; 220 yards,
Sam StellerMichigan; 660, Phil
LebowitzIowa American and
Intercollegiate record; 880, Phil
LebowitzIowa; Mile.Phil Lebo-
witz; Cross country, Will Steiner;
Marathon, Will Steiner; 15 kilo-
meter walk, Irv HorowitzY. M.
H. A.; 1 mile walk, Harry Cie-
manAchillet A. C; High and
low hurdles, Allan Tollmich, Sam
CONTINUED ON PAGE
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 SPORTS WORLD REVIEW FOR TEH 5701 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 N. Y. U.; Winegrad. C. C. N. Y. Boxing Like the annual march of the Civil War Veterans, Jews in boxing march past the reviewing stand this year conspicious for their thinning ranks. Where formerly Jews held a goodly major; ty of the world championshipr no Jewish champ reigns. The last champ was Barney Ross and he did a grand job by holding three simultaneously—the lightweight, junior welterweight and welterweight. Few Jewish boys are crowding the preliminary ranks—the stepping stones to Sincere Holiday Greetings AL HENNIG'S TIRE WORKS 27 S. Main PHONE 4424 ORLANDO. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS Beauty Treatment for Your Clothe* AMERICAN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY A Clean and Satisfactory Service for Every Need Main Office. 21 N. Parramore St.; Branch Office, 20 East Church Street — Phone 6112 ORLANDO, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS D. V A R N E R 234 W. Central Avenue Phone 3153 ORLANDO, FLORIDA STUDEBAKER Distributor and Dealer BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR J. O. YOUTSEY Contractor of Plaster and Stucco S20 Brookhaven Drive Phone 5172 ORLANDO. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS LAMB'S PINE — OAK 300 S. Parramore Street Phone 1736 ORLANDO. FLORIDA QUICK DELIVERY REASONABLE PRICES MewfsA fhrkMan PAGE FORTY-SEVEN championships—as they did in years gone by. The prospects for Jews in boxing, however, is not barren even after the. glorious traditions created by Benny Leonard, Lew Tendler, Bob Olin, Maxie Rosenbloom, Ben Jeby, Benny Bass and Izzy Schwartz—all champs .ii their respective divisions dur %  ing the past twenty years. Abe Simon and Buddy Baer loom as •errific prospects on the heavyweight horizon even though both riave been losers to Joe Louis in championship scraps. "Bummy" Davis, nee Albert Davidoff, of Brownsville may yet be the new welterweight champion of the world. And, the whackiest goof of them all—Madcap Maxie Baer—who tried a game comeback this past year—once by trouncing the Jersey Beer Barrel —Tony Galento, and later by putting up the best fight of his career in a gallant stand against the Brown Bomber—has now been relegated to the limbo of Cauliflower alley. Football The same two lads who set the football world on its respective ear while they were collegiate gridiron heroes repeated their brilliant performances on the professional gridiron. We refer to Sid Luckman and Marshall GoldSincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR BASS' MARKET 223 E. South St. — Phone 5624 ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS HAM'S BARBECUE 1029 N. Orange Avenue ORLANDO. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS 'i< GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE More People Ride on Goodyear Tires Than Any Other Kind 300 N. Orange Phone 4113 ORLANDO. FLORIDA 4 l May the New Year Bring You An Abundance of Happiness and Prosperity I! CARTER LUMBER CO. 740 South Hughey Phone 0346 ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR We Buy and Sell Better Used Can JIM CUMBIE CARS •04 N. Orange Orlando PHONE ••!• JIM CUMBIE. Owner berg. Luckman—the kid who made the Columbia Lion roar for three years and that Hebrew Hill-Billy, Marshall Goldberg — performed admirably for the Chicago Bears and the Chicago Cardinals respectively. And it was Luckman who sparked and quarterbacked the Bears into the world's professional football title. But these two fellows were not alone as representatives of Jewish athletes in the pro game. There were sixteen others: With the Brooklyn Dodgers — Fred Schwartz. Leo Disend. Herb Kaplanoff and Bonnie Kish; with Green Bay — Morris Greenfield and Herbie Goldenberg: with the Bears—Dick Plasman, Solly Sherman; with Boston—Louis Snyder and Lee Fischer; Detroit—Johnny Pingel and Sidney Weiss; Cleveland—Babe Patt and with the Pirates— Fred Karp. Most interesting item in pro football was the merry heave-ho Dave Smukler, erstwhile AilAmerican, gave to his ten thousand dollar contract with the Philadelphia Eagles, in order to enlist with the U. S. Army as a buck private. Smukler was not drafted. He enlisted. On the collegiate front the numbers of Hebrew laddies were just as numerous as ever. They played on the biggest juggernauts and they played in postseason games. Honors were prolific. Among the better known luminaries of last year's football crop were: Harry Newman—captain of the Alabama Crimson Tide, Ackerman, captain of"the Tenessee Volunteers, the team that went into the Sugar Bowl against Boston College last New Year's Day, undefeated, untied and unscored upon. Ed Frutig of Michigan and Irv Mendelsohn of the Pennsylvania brigade were two Jewish boys on the eastern contingent to the Shriner's game when the East met the West. Art GottGREETINGS PURCELL CLOTHING & FURNITURE STORE 301.321 W Church St.—Ph. 32C1 ORLANDO, FLORIDA We Clothe the Family We Furniah the Home Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR American Welding & Manufacturing Co. 49 Lorn a Doone Blvd. ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR ORANGE STATE BEER DISTRIBUTORS 7 N. Parramore Phone 5441 ORLANDO. FLORIDA lieb of Rutgers was another topnotcher. The records of the collegiate brethren may be less magnificent next year since by then the draft laws will have really affected them. But numbers never mattered. The fact that a Jewish gridiron warrior has been selected on the Associated Press ail-American for the past twentyfive years speaks for itself. Automobile Racing Mauri Rose, veteran driver of the speedways roared down the tortuous raceways of the Indianapolis track and became the first Jewish driver to win the coveted Memorial Day 500 Mile Race at Indianapolis last May 30. Mauri garnered almost $100,000 in prize money and testimonials. He had been trying for this for six years and had finished as close as second on one occasion and third and fourth on others. First place always eluded him. It seemed that he was out of the running again this year when his car broke down with engine trouble. But this time Mauri was not phased. He borrowed another car and the race was all to him. He beat such luminaries as Wilbur Shaw and Rex Mays w BEST WISHES For a Happy and Prosperous New Year MAXIE BENNETT Fire Chief ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROY LARSEN Chief of Police ORLANDO. FLORIDA Sincere New Year GREETINGS CENTRAL CIGAR & TOBACCO CO. 630 West Central ORLANDO. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ORLANDO CURRENT DIVIDEND AT RATE OF 4% ACCOUNTS INSURED Up to S5.000.00 for Each Account Accounts by Mail Solicited Free Booklet Pine and Court Phone 4191 { if BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR C. IAY BALLIET PLUMBING PLUMBERS SUPPLIES REPAIRING PETRO OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT 1525 E. Amelia Avenue Phone 5371 ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR i KATES DAIRY PHONE 1754 ORLANDO. FLORIDA to the checkered flag that symbolizes victory. Track and Field Two names stand out in the honor roll of track and field heroes for the past year. They are Phil Lebowitz and Allan Tollmich. Lebowitz earned fame over the half mile and shorter sprint distances while Tollmich has been grinding out world records over the low hurdles for some six years. However, to be fair to all concerned, instead of recapitulating an honor roll that would include the champs of the past year, we are presenting our roll of heroes who have been top-notch in these events during the past five years. Our Five Year Honor Roll 60 yard dash, Sam Steller— Michigan; 100 yard dash, Marty Glickman—Syracuse; 220 yards, Sam Steller—Michigan; 660, Phil Lebowitz—Iowa American and Intercollegiate record; 880, Phil Lebowitz—Iowa; Mile.Phil Lebowitz; Cross country, Will Steiner; Marathon, Will Steiner; 15 kilometer walk, Irv Horowitz—Y. M. H. A.; 1 mile walk, Harry Cieman—Achillet A. C; High and low hurdles, Allan Tollmich, Sam CONTINUED ON PAGE • SEASONS GREETINGS LANTZ ELECTRIC CO. 439 West Central Phone 4253 ORLANDO. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS YOUNGS REPAIR SHOP PHONE 5087 112 Court Street ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS PERFECTION DAIRY Rio Grande Avenue ORLANDO, FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ijf NEON ARTS SIGN CO. 106 West Central Avenue ORLANDO. FLORIDA GREETINGS 'THE SUNNYSIDE" Convalescent Home Telephone 5443 Owen Savage. Supt. SIS S. Mills Street ORLANDO. FLORIDA I


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
*Jenisti ftoriafirir
PAGE FORTY-NINE
THE GREAT ADVENTURE
STRAIGHT THINKING FOR THE NEW YEAR
By RICHARD E. GUDSTADT
Director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
Facing America in the year to
come will be grave events and
heavy sacrifices. In the first
article he has ever written for
the English-Jewish press. Richard
E. Gutstadt, director of the Anti-
!)c tarnation League of B'nai
B"rith, who is known to millions
for his years of front-line fight-
ing for democracy, tells of the
great adventure to be met during
5702.
The Editor.
As the New Year approaches,
heralding by gloomy portents of
the future and profound yearn-
ings for happier days, it is in-
evitable that the more sensitive
of the Jewish community should
be assailed by doubts. Many,
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ACE CLEANERS
& DYERS
312 West Colonial Drire
Phone 5221
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
with ample reason are apprehen-
sive about the future.
With the recent past so vividly
before us. the less sanguine will
with difficulty murmur the con-
ventional "Happy New Year."
words resound almost ir-
onically in a dozen lands .sub-
jugated by the masters of the so-
called "New Order," which has
been pronounced by one authority
as neither new nor order.
Our own beloved America is in
the grip of a transition as titan-
ic as any experienced in our na-
tional history. This crisis is
i provoked by the threat implicit
in Nazi-Fascist successes abroad.
With a world-wide revolution
furiously waging, with humani-
tarian traditions of decency and
morality reviled and spurned by
a new Genghis Khan, the major-
ity of Americans believe that our
country is forced to make a last
ditch stand against barbarism.
Once more America plays the role
of civilization's outpost.
Despite the gloom-inspiring
headlines, the lamentations of our
own Jeremiahs and remorseful
self-analysis, the dawning year
offers possibilities for achieve-
ment which have been neglected
for decades. True, we shall be
called upon to tighten our belts.
We shall encounter reduced food
budgets. We shall use less gaso-
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. JOHN R. KEENE
OPTOMETRIST
130 N. Orange Ave.. Ph. 21407 Orlando, Florida
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BARTRAW1 & TINKLEPAUGH
Autrey Arcade Phone 21929
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
ine and tobacco, and pay in-
creased taxes. These, however,
are but the surface demands
which stern necessity now re-
quires from a nation for years
favored with the world's highest
standard of living. The oppor-
tunities ahead of us are in the re-
clamation of those areas of the
spirit and the mind which have
neglected, rather than in the
satisfaction of physical needs to
which we have so easily become
accustomed. We shall perhaps
witness a catharsis of the spirit.
ffectiveness will depend on
the fiber of our national will to
survive as a free democracy, with
tlic continued exercise of the free-
doms and acceptance of the re-
sponsibilities connoted by that
term. This national will to live
is, however, but the collective
expression of every individual
who makes up the nation.
To the old world. America has
been the symbol of adventure
and daring. Its growth has been
marked by the conquest of new
frontiers, geographical, political,
and social. Again the spirit of
adventure beckons. The weeks
and months which lie ahead will
demand courage and stamina.
The American Dream will be
put to its most rigorous test.
We shall learn whether our ad-
herence to democracy has been
one of talk rather than action.
Our country is dedicated to an
all-out defense program. Expen-
ditures of billions of dollars are
involved. No plane too costly
no tank too expensiveno mili-
tary equipment, at whatever
price, but what Americans have
vowed we shall have them.
These may furnish a defense
against external foes. What of
the enemies within? What of the
furtive undermining of the bas-
tions of democracy by profession-
al haters, reactionary admirers
of totalitarianism, and the bigots?
The country is now aware of
these sinister cowards, and yet
our internal defense against these
has barely started. The battle
lines are being drawn for the war
to seize the public mindthe do-
main of the propagandist. It
will profit little to save the body
of America if we lose its soul.
It is imperative, therefore, that
With Best Wishes for A Happy and Prosperous New Year
X-CEL FEED STORE
is your most conveniently located feed, seed
and fertilizer store
20 Years Same Location
205 West Robinson Phone 3524
ORLANDO, FLORIDA *
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ty
SHELL OIL CO., INC
P. H. HOWARD. Area Manager
ORLANDO FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ORLANDO MATTRESS FACTORY
UPHOLSTERING
NEW AND REBUILT MATTRESSES
Price. Quality and Service
R. L. INGHAM, Manager
500 West South St. PHONE 8432 Orlando. Florida
the public be aided to think
straight during this national em-
ergency. Truly this is a Hercu-
lean task, yet it must be ach-
ieved; for deeds of outstanding
valor are made possible only
through the motivation of heart
and spirit, and in the devotion of
a crusade. The Hate Brigade
already employs somewhat ef-
fectively the stamp of "Jewish
war-mongerlng." This bogey
sometimes frightens the uncriti-
cal into harsh judgments of their
fellow-Americans. Its use ex-
tends to many areas.
In June. Congressman Edcl-
stein died dramatically as he re-
pudiated a specious slur on the
Jewish people voiced without
warrant or fact by another Con-
gressman. Newspaper letter col-
umns reveal the smears of those
who employ the Nazi technique
of agitating public anxiety and
displeasure against the conven-
ient scapegoatthe Jew.
The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith views from rather
close perspective the arena of
combat between democracy and
totalitarianism. It finds much to
inspire optimism. The increasing
number of Axis foes make their
voices heard in increasing tempo.
Many hitherto deluded by bril-
liant propaganda are being unde-
ceived. They could not realize
the extent to which the Jewish
people have been made the vic-
tims in the past. Recognition is
dawning that despoliation of Jews
but preludes the greater mass
stripping of every value dear to
civilized people.
Men and women of good will
are united. Armed with the
power of righteousness and do
cency. they give effective opposi
tion to those fortified only by
threadbare hate, desire for per
sonal aggrandizement, and greed
We must not entertain the
thought that the current conflict
is between the Jew and the Axis
CONTINUED ON PAGE 50
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
ORLANDO
WELDING CO.
324 W. Pine
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MURRAH OIL COMPANY
500 North West Moreland Drive
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Distributor of Products of
KENDALL REFINING COMPANY
Refined From 100% Bradford Pennsylvania Crude
JOHN C. PAYNE. Jr.. Manager PHONE 8831
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to our Jewish friends and
customers
SOUTH POLE FISH &
POULTRY MARKET
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cole
618 S. Parramore
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
May the New Year Bring
Abundant Happiness and
Prosperity
LLACE
NEON
DISPLAY
Factory at Pine Castle
P. O. Box 463
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
it1
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CAREY HAND
PHONE 4181
'
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BURKES TROPICAL PAINT COMPANY
638 W. Robinson Avenue Phone 6841
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HUTCHINSON TRACTOR EQUIPMENT CO.
1216 W. CENTRAL ORLANDO. FLORIDA

NEW YEAR GREETINGS
V/lfiNER WASH SALES
Corner Garland and Washington Street
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
AUTHORIZED NASH DEALERS
25 to 30 Miles a Gallon With You at the Wheel
SEASONS GREETINGS
BANDY PRINTING CO.
S. DIXIE HIGHWAY PHONE 3966
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FULFORD VAN & STORAGE CO.
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
133-35 N. Main St. Phone 5286
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
from
AMERICAN BENEFIT COMPANY
Offering Funeral Insurance for the Entire Family
Box 3033Orlando. Florida Phone 5732
NEW YEAH GREETINGS
THE GLIDDEN COMPANY
Cleveland, Ohio
PAINTS VARNISHES ENAMELS
A. L. WOODHAM. Manager PHONE 6001
Orlando Branch228 N. Orange Avenue. Orlando. Florida
I



PAGE 1

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 *Jenisti ftoriafirir PAGE FORTY-NINE THE GREAT ADVENTURE STRAIGHT THINKING FOR THE NEW YEAR By RICHARD E. GUDSTADT Director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith Facing America in the year to come will be grave events and heavy sacrifices. In the first •article he has ever written for the English-Jewish press. Richard E. Gutstadt, director of the Anti!)c tarnation League of B'nai B"rith, who is known to millions for his years of front-line fighting for democracy, tells of the great adventure to be met during 5702. The Editor. As the New Year approaches, heralding by gloomy portents of the future and profound yearnings for happier days, it is inevitable that the more sensitive of the Jewish community should be assailed by doubts. Many, BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ACE CLEANERS & DYERS 312 West Colonial Drire Phone 5221 ORLANDO, FLORIDA with ample reason are apprehensive about the future. With the recent past so vividly before us. the less sanguine will with difficulty murmur the conventional "Happy New Year." words resound almost ironically in a dozen lands .subjugated by the masters of the socalled "New Order," which has been pronounced by one authority as neither new nor order. Our own beloved America is in the grip of a transition as titanic as any experienced in our national history. This crisis is i provoked by the threat implicit in Nazi-Fascist successes abroad. With a world-wide revolution furiously waging, with humanitarian traditions of decency and morality reviled and spurned by a new Genghis Khan, the majority of Americans believe that our country is forced to make a last ditch stand against barbarism. Once more America plays the role of civilization's outpost. Despite the gloom-inspiring headlines, the lamentations of our own Jeremiahs and remorseful self-analysis, the dawning year offers possibilities for achievement which have been neglected for decades. True, we shall be called upon to tighten our belts. We shall encounter reduced food budgets. We shall use less gasoBEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. JOHN R. KEENE OPTOMETRIST 130 N. Orange Ave.. Ph. 21407 — Orlando, Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BARTRAW1 & TINKLEPAUGH Autrey Arcade Phone 21929 ORLANDO. FLORIDA ine and tobacco, and pay increased taxes. These, however, are but the surface demands which stern necessity now requires from a nation for years favored with the world's highest standard of living. The opportunities ahead of us are in the reclamation of those areas of the spirit and the mind which have neglected, rather than in the satisfaction of physical needs to which we have so easily become accustomed. We shall perhaps witness a catharsis of the spirit. ffectiveness will depend on the fiber of our national will to survive as a free democracy, with tlic continued exercise of the freedoms and acceptance of the responsibilities connoted by that term. This national will to live is, however, but the collective expression of every individual who makes up the nation. To the old world. America has been the symbol of adventure and daring. Its growth has been marked by the conquest of new frontiers, geographical, political, and social. Again the spirit of adventure beckons. The weeks and months which lie ahead will demand courage and stamina. The American Dream will be put to its most rigorous test. We shall learn whether our adherence to democracy has been one of talk rather than action. Our country is dedicated to an all-out defense program. Expenditures of billions of dollars are involved. No plane too costly no tank too expensive—no military equipment, at whatever price, but what Americans have vowed we shall have them. These may furnish a defense against external foes. What of the enemies within? What of the furtive undermining of the bastions of democracy by professional haters, reactionary admirers of totalitarianism, and the bigots? The country is now aware of these sinister cowards, and yet our internal defense against these has barely started. The battle lines are being drawn for the war to seize the public mind—the domain of the propagandist. It will profit little to save the body of America if we lose its soul. It is imperative, therefore, that With Best Wishes for A Happy and Prosperous New Year X-CEL FEED STORE is your most conveniently located feed, seed and fertilizer store 20 Years Same Location 205 West Robinson Phone 3524 ORLANDO, FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ty SHELL OIL CO., INC P. H. HOWARD. Area Manager ORLANDO FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ORLANDO MATTRESS FACTORY UPHOLSTERING NEW AND REBUILT MATTRESSES Price. Quality and Service R. L. INGHAM, Manager 500 West South St. PHONE 8432 Orlando. Florida the public be aided to think straight during this national emergency. Truly this is a Herculean task, yet it must be achieved; for deeds of outstanding valor are made possible only through the motivation of heart and spirit, and in the devotion of a crusade. The Hate Brigade already employs somewhat effectively the stamp of "Jewish war-mongerlng." This bogey sometimes frightens the uncritical into harsh judgments of their fellow-Americans. Its use extends to many areas. In June. Congressman Edclstein died dramatically as he repudiated a specious slur on the Jewish people voiced without warrant or fact by another Congressman. Newspaper letter columns reveal the smears of those who employ the Nazi technique of agitating public anxiety and displeasure against the convenient scapegoat—the Jew. The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith views from rather close perspective the arena of combat between democracy and totalitarianism. It finds much to inspire optimism. The increasing number of Axis foes make their voices heard in increasing tempo. Many hitherto deluded by brilliant propaganda are being undeceived. They could not realize the extent to which the Jewish people have been made the victims in the past. Recognition is dawning that despoliation of Jews but preludes the greater mass stripping of every value dear to civilized people. Men and women of good will are united. Armed with the power of righteousness and do cency. they give effective opposi tion to those fortified only by threadbare hate, desire for per sonal aggrandizement, and greed We must not entertain the thought that the current conflict is between the Jew and the Axis CONTINUED ON PAGE 50 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS ORLANDO WELDING CO. 324 W. Pine ORLANDO. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS MURRAH OIL COMPANY 500 North West Moreland Drive ORLANDO. FLORIDA Distributor of Products of KENDALL REFINING COMPANY Refined From 100% Bradford Pennsylvania Crude JOHN C. PAYNE. Jr.. Manager PHONE 8831 HAPPY NEW YEAR to our Jewish friends and customers SOUTH POLE FISH & POULTRY MARKET Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cole 618 S. Parramore ORLANDO. FLORIDA May the New Year Bring Abundant Happiness and Prosperity LLACE NEON DISPLAY Factory at Pine Castle P. O. Box 463 ORLANDO. FLORIDA it 1 NEW YEAR GREETINGS CAREY HAND PHONE 4181 £' HAPPY NEW YEAR BURKES TROPICAL PAINT COMPANY 638 W. Robinson Avenue Phone 6841 ORLANDO, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS HUTCHINSON TRACTOR EQUIPMENT CO. 1216 W. CENTRAL ORLANDO. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS V/lfiNER WASH SALES Corner Garland and Washington Street ORLANDO, FLORIDA AUTHORIZED NASH DEALERS 25 to 30 Miles a Gallon With You at the Wheel SEASONS GREETINGS BANDY PRINTING CO. S. DIXIE HIGHWAY PHONE 3966 ORLANDO, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS FULFORD VAN & STORAGE CO. ORLANDO. FLORIDA 133-35 N. Main St. Phone 5286 GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR from AMERICAN BENEFIT COMPANY Offering Funeral Insurance for the Entire Family Box 3033—Orlando. Florida Phone 5732 NEW YEAH GREETINGS THE GLIDDEN COMPANY Cleveland, Ohio PAINTS VARNISHES ENAMELS A. L. WOODHAM. Manager PHONE 6001 Orlando Branch—228 N. Orange Avenue. Orlando. Florida I


PAGE FIFTY
+j*islncrMfor
A Message for 5702
By RABBI MANUEL GREENSTEIN
Congregation Beth El. West Palm Beach. Florida
blast of modern machi
! The whole valley is
i with the dread and terror
certainty and hatred. But the
greatest fury is vent upon Israel.
Its sons and daughters are the
first victims of the dreaded fire.
They are ever in the front lines,
the eternal scapegoat of totali-
STHE GREAT
ADVENTURE
CONTINUED FROM PACE 4*
Israel will soon pause upon its
eternal highway of life to con-
sider its tragic lot. to take stock
of the course of its life, and to
evaluate it in the light of eternal
values. New Year's Day will
have come again, and with :'. the
Ten Days of Penitence and the
great day of prayer and feasting,
the Day of .V. >n<
The J people will enter
its Synagogues and Temp'
;t has done in ages past. It will
present itself I I Heaven-
ly Father, baring its wounds, its
hurts and' its pains, for :t will
have marked the passing of an-
other mournful year :r. its sad
historic experiences. In its Sar.c-
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW VEAR
THE NEWMAN
SCHOOL OF ART
Phone 443*
*** N. Cathead St. OHando. Fia.
Day Classes
Chiidre-
Evening Classes
Classes
tuaries Israel will find strength
and power and courage to en-
dure whatever will come. Per-
haps it will gather hope and
faith !rom the words of its an-
i eet singer
of Israel, ever sensitive to the
pain of his people. "Yea. though
:ough the valley of the
shadow of death. I will fear no
evil For Thou art with me. Thy
rod and Thj tafl they comfort
me."
Surely this was a confirmation
of fa:: I trable sad-
>:' the moment. Israel must
N'ew Year
of 5702. for it too. as the Psalmist
of old is living in a valley of
the snadow of death. It is a val-
ley of darkness, of fire and the
sword, of suffering and pain and
sorrow, of bitter tears and an-
guish. The very' air of this val-
ley trembles with the dying.
Here all mankind lies bleeding.
To the ears come the tumult of
war. the blast and the counter-
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To Our Many Jewish Patrons
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tarian nations. Within a decade! To do J0 js t0 ienc; ourselves to
i almost all of European Jewry- tne purpose of the Axis propa-
| lies prostrate in the valley of the ganda. We must make crystal
j Shadow of death. From Ger- clear tne fundamentals of this
1 many and across the European worid-wide conflict, which is a
tinent Israel shares the 'a'e struggle in which leaders have
of its countrymen, and endures mjsiecj masses into belief that
unbearable suffering, as members despotlsm affQrds material secur-
I of a peculiar group. | lty The enemies of humanity
An American Israel viewing are cunning. They employ the
from afar the dark shadows in highest achievements of human
the valley becomes deeply dis-' progress rapid transportation,
turbed. It cannot bring to a cry- instant communication, mass pro-
stallization its own thought, for auctionto accomplish their pur-
lt stands mystified by the hor- pose. The same instrumentalities
i rible spectacle Uncertain of its are, however, available to those
n future, it becomes dispirited, who would salvage civilization
i and fearful. Once Israel faced i from the wreckage of brutal
> disaster as did the Psalmist with force.
a deep taith in its own destiny, j Many other signs indicate that
, It was certain of the road it was America will not be lulled by
traveling. It was near to its | protestations that the war is
Father in Heaven, who was the j merely a battle of rival econom-
determining power of catastrophe j ies. No one can now successfully
as well as of peace. Israel was delude the American people into
ever conscious that even in the j believing that this is merely a
valley of destruction, the Justice ; conflict of rival imperialisms.
of God reigns Supreme. It be- j The record is too clear Murder.
heved intensely in its own Spiri-; arson, kidnapping, expropriation,
tual purpose on earth, and its paganism, and the denials of aii
existence was ever worthwhile. | elemental decencies, speaks too
If Israel in America has lost J
its bearing, if it is disheartened:
it is because it h^s strayed from,
its own pathways into pathways I
of a world which has become mad
with power It had turned from
its own fountains of living wa-
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, ig4,
clearly to America to permit the
issues to remain clouded. Almost
subscribe to the Presidential
statement that Britain must ho
aided to victory. From this dT
cision there will be no turnm*
back. 6
Interest in a British victory
diminishes not one whit devo-
tion to America. This is nm,
cularly true since America's na
tional policy has been formulated
on aid to the democracies. The
months ahead will exert inex-
orable pressure upon all t0 mdj!
cate where each stands. We as
Jews, are well on record in our
unalterable opposition to the en-
emies of religion, democracy, and
of humane society. The year 5702
will be a crucial one to the Jews
particularly, to the American
generally. Of this there can be
no doubt. We enter it, however,
with confidence in the eventual
triumph of decency over barbar-
barism. Right will conquer
might. All of us believe this,
for it is demonstrated in the ex-
perience of our people in Israel
CONTINUED ON PAGE 58
aesr wishes for a
HAPPY NEW VEAR
to my Jewish fr.ende and patrons
D. L. BEAN
GARAGE
CHEVROLET SPECIALIST
Located in Orlando's Oldest
Service Station
CHURCH AND COURT ST.
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
NEW VEAR GREETINGS
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ROOFING
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AIR CONDITIONING
61S Brookhaven Drive
PHONE 5277
Electrol Oil Burning
Oil Burners Furnaces
dueller Furnaces Space Heaters
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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State Representative
Group 2Orange County
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR

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Phone County 1931J1
Route 4 Orlando. Fla.
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il
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WOMEN'S APPAREL
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LAKELAND, FLORIDA
COMPLIMENTS OF
HEINTZELMAN'S. Inc.
FORD
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Happy New Year GreetinQS
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CASH REGISTER CO.
384 North Orange Avenue
PHONE 4234,
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ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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Chiropractic and Naturographic
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PAGE FIFTY +j€*islncrMfor A Message for 5702 By RABBI MANUEL GREENSTEIN Congregation Beth El. West Palm Beach. Florida blast of modern machi The whole valley is i with the dread and terror certainty and hatred. But the greatest fury is vent upon Israel. Its sons and daughters are the first victims of the dreaded fire. They are ever in the front lines, the eternal scapegoat of totaliSTHE GREAT ADVENTURE CONTINUED FROM PACE 4* Israel will soon pause upon its eternal highway of life to consider its tragic lot. to take stock of the course of its life, and to evaluate it in the light of eternal values. New Year's Day will have come again, and with :'. the Ten Days of Penitence and the great day of prayer and feasting, the Day of .V. >n< The J people will enter its Synagogues and Temp' ;t has done in ages past. It will present itself I I Heavenly Father, baring its wounds, its hurts and' its pains, for :t will have marked the passing of another mournful year :r. its sad historic experiences. In its Sar.cBEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW VEAR — THE NEWMAN SCHOOL OF ART Phone 443* *** N. Cathead St. OHando. Fia. Day Classes ChiidreEvening Classes Classes tuaries Israel will find strength and power and courage to endure whatever will come. Perhaps it will gather hope and faith !rom the words of its ani eet singer of Israel, ever sensitive to the pain of his people. "Yea. though :ough the valley of the shadow of death. I will fear no evil For Thou art with me. Thy rod and Thj tafl they comfort me." Surely this was a confirmation of fa:: I trable sad>:' the moment. Israel must N'ew Year of 5702. for it too. as the Psalmist of old is living in a valley of the snadow of death. It is a valley of darkness, of fire and the sword, of suffering and pain and sorrow, of bitter tears and anguish. The very' air of this valley trembles with the dying. Here all mankind lies bleeding. To the ears come the tumult of war. the blast and the counterNEW VEAR GREET'NGS WESTERN AUTO ACCESSORIES STORE Ua r ot Auto Acceorie Store in Central Florida '.0 W Chu^cn Orlando. Fia. HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Many Jewish Patrons LIBBY & FREEMAN PLUMBING — HEATING WXLL DRILLING 711 West Church ORLANDO. FLORIDA tarian nations. Within a decade! To do J0 j s t0 i enc ; ourselves to i almost all of European Jewry tne pur pose of the Axis propa| lies prostrate in the valley of the gan d a We must make crystal j Shadow of death. From Gerclear tne fundamentals of this 1 many and across the European wor id-wide conflict, which is a tinent Israel shares the 'a' e struggle in which leaders have of its countrymen, and endures m j s i ec j masses into belief that unbearable suffering, as members despotlsm a ff Q rds material securI of a peculiar group. | lty The enemies of humanity An American Israel viewing are cunning. They employ the from afar the dark shadows in highest achievements of human the valley becomes deeply dis-' progress — rapid transportation, turbed. It cannot bring to a cryinstant communication, mass prostallization its own thought, for auction—to accomplish their purlt stands mystified by the horpose. The same instrumentalities i rible spectacle Uncertain of its are, however, available to those n future, it becomes dispirited, who would salvage civilization i and fearful. Once Israel faced i from the wreckage of brutal > disaster as did the Psalmist with force. a deep taith in its own destiny, j Many other signs indicate that It was certain of the road it was America will not be lulled by traveling. It was near to its | protestations that the war is Father in Heaven, who was the j merely a battle of rival economdetermining power of catastrophe j ies. No one can now successfully as well as of peace. Israel was delude the American people into ever conscious that even in the j believing that this is merely a valley of destruction, the Justice ; conflict of rival imperialisms. of God reigns Supreme. It bej The record is too clear Murder. heved intensely in its own Spiri-; arson, kidnapping, expropriation, tual purpose on earth, and its paganism, and the denials of aii existence was ever worthwhile. | elemental decencies, speaks too If Israel in America has lost J its bearing, if it is disheartened: it is because it h^s strayed from, its own pathways into pathways I of a world which has become mad with power It had turned from its own fountains of living waFRIDAY, SEPTEMB ER 19, ig 4 clearly to America to permit the issues to remain clouded. Almost subscribe to the Presidential statement that Britain must ho aided to victory. From this dT cision there will be no turnm* back. 6 Interest in a British victory diminishes not one whit devotion to America. This is n m cularly true since America's na tional policy has been formulated on aid to the democracies. The months ahead will exert inexorable pressure upon all t 0 mdj! cate where each stands. We as Jews, are well on record in our unalterable opposition to the enemies of religion, democracy, and of humane society. The year 5702 will be a crucial one to the Jews particularly, to the American generally. Of this there can be no doubt. We enter it, however, with confidence in the eventual triumph of decency over barbarbarism. Right will conquer might. All of us believe this, for it is demonstrated in the experience of our people in Israel CONTINUED ON PAGE 58 aesr WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW VEAR to my Jewish fr.ende and patrons D. L. BEAN GARAGE CHEVROLET SPECIALIST Located in Orlando's Oldest Service Station CHURCH AND COURT ST. ORLANDO. FLORIDA NEW VEAR GREETINGS SWEAT & AULT ROOFING SHEET METAL WORK AIR CONDITIONING 6 1 S Brookhaven Drive PHONE 5277 Electrol Oil Burning Oil Burners Furnaces •dueller Furnaces Space Heaters ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR L C. (Bill) LEEDY State Representative Group 2—Orange County ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR £ CHAPMAN DAIRY Phone County 1931J1 Route 4 Orlando. Fla. HAPPY NEW YEAR i l FRANCES SLATER SHOP WOMEN'S APPAREL 20 N. Orange Phone 79S4 ORLANDO. FLORIDA LAKELAND, FLORIDA COMPLIMENTS OF HEINTZELMAN'S. Inc. FORD Sales and Service ORLANDO. FLORIDA Happy New Year GreetinQS THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. 384 North Orange Avenue PHONE 4234, J G BARTLEY. Sales Agent ORLANDO. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS Orange Belt Truck

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
*k*i%ttkrMiw
PAGE FIFTY-ONE
Fort Lauderdale-The Gateway City
A RQSH HASHONA MESSAGE
By RABBI DAVID MAX EICHHORN, D. D.
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
It would be, in my opinion, a
grievous breach of trust for any
rabbi to assure American Jewry
that the coming year will be a
more pleasant year than that
through which we have just
passed: No matter what hap-
pens, no matter who wins or who
loses, no matter what defeats or
victories are met with by those
to whom we have entrusted our
lives and our fortunes, 5702 will
not be a pleasant year. It will
be a time of struggle and of sacri-
fice, a time of testing and of tur-
moil. It will truly be a time that
will "try men's souls."
We cannot.thanks to the mercy
of an All-wise God, foretell the
future. We cannot say, with any
degree of assurance, that the
next twelve months will change
the tenor of our lives for the bet-
ter or for worse. If the forces
which now assail us meet their
doom in the coming year, God
be praised. Likewise, if these
same forces continue their arro-
gant attempt to enslave the
bodies and minds of all mankind,
God be praised.
Our times are in His hands.
Mankind, has sinned, mankind
has transgressed, mankind has
acted perversely. Mankind has
exalted the physical above the
spiritual. Mankind has wor-
shipped materialism and has
scorned the warnings of the pro-
phets of the Most High. Those
who sow wind will reap the
whirlwind. So it has been, so it
is today, and so it will ever be.
If we are a "chosen people"
(and I believe that we are,) we
have been chosen for such times
as these. Armed might alone
will not be sufficient to lead the
world back to sanity and to or-
der. The supreme need of this
planet is spiritual regeneration,
moral and rebirth, a swearing al-
legiance to the eternal values
proclaimed by Israel's teachers
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAYMOND CLOPECK CO., INC.
China, Glassware, Gift Items
Kitchen and Household Appliances
General Hardware and Paints
108-110 South Andrews
Ft Lauderdale
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GATE CITY SASH DOOR CO.
15 S. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 1430
Ft. Lauderdale
HEW YEAR GREETIHGS
VAN'S PAINT SHOP
BODY AND FENDER WORK
PAINTING DECORATING
1 N. W. 1st Arenue
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
Phone 56
Best Wi.hei for A Happy and Prosperous New Year
BROWARD ABSTRACT CORPORATION
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
ESCROWS
N. B. CHEANEY. President
120 Eatt Las Olas Boulevard ,_.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
Phone 93
and sages, the values of indivi-'
dual security, individual freedom,'
social equality, and social con-
secration. We American Jews,
we, a blessed remnant in a
blessed land, must seek to lead
the way to that hew world order
by preachment and by example.
Mere words will not suffice.
Words without deeds will only
lead to further humiliation and
hardship.
May it be Thy will, O God,
that, during the year to come.we
American Jews will stand be-
fore the world as ardent disciples
of that blessed one who looked
out upon the ruins of Zion and
proclaimed,
"Thus says the Lord:
'Let not the wise man boast of
his wisdom,
Nor the strong man boast of
his strength,
Nor the rich man boast of his
riches.
But if one must boast, let him
boast of this,
That he understands and knows
Me
How I, the Lord, am He who
practices kindness,
Justice, and righteousness on
the earth;
For in these things do I de-
light!' "
"SEPARATE NOT FROM THt
!
By RABBI ADOLPH BURGER
Congregation Rodolph Sholem
Tampa, Florida
If tradition is to be believed,
Joseph got out of prison on Rosh
Hashona and the Hebrew slaves
ceased to labor for Pharoah of
Egypt on Rosh Hashona, too.
What need, we may ask, dur-
ing the Holy Season to remind
people of the text "Seperate not
from the Community." Rosh Ha-
shonoh and Yom Kippur with
crowded synagogues are a testi-
mony not only that the Israelite
wishes to feel nigh unto his God,
but linked with that people of
whom he is part, with brothers
and sisters, who from the same
line of ancestors have preserved
the Knowledge of Him who
brought us out of the land of
Egypt and preserved us amongst
the nations to whose life we con-
tributed without losing our own
life.
However scatterea we may be,
even though some of us may find
ourselves one or two in a remote
village, we lose not sight of our
past history, nor of the larger
Communities of Israel, nor of
Israel as a whole with its desires
To All A Happy New Year
William Eastman
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
New Year's
GREETINGS
*
CLUB KELLER
Ft Lauderdale. Fla.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
COSTELLO'S MARKET
104 South Andrews Are.
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA,
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Kctchin Brick & Tile Co.
Manufacturer and Installer of Concrete Joist
and Stonex Floors
300400 S. W. 14th St.. Ft. LauderdalePhone 335
MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE
E. A. KERR PHONE 44987
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WHITE'S
TACKLE SHOP
228 S. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 9245
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PIONEER SHEET
METAL WORKS
GEO. STURGIS & SON
510 S. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 263W
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PHYSICIANS
SURGEONS
EXCHANGE
and
NURSES REGISTRY
CALL 492
1207 South Andrews
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
MY JEWISH FRIENDS
LAUDERDALE TILE &
TERRAZZO CO.
TILE and TERRAZZO
25 Years Experience
GENE ZORATTI. Owner
1244 S. E. 6th At*. Ph. 28
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FAIRCHILD
FUNERAL HOME
AMBULANCE SERVICE
299 N. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 1470
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CUSTER'S FISH &
POULTRY MARKET
20 Wall Street Ph. 74
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA,
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
F A N N I N
FUNERAL HOME
326 E. Las Olas Bhd.
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
and aspirations. We still remain
one body that is as really one as
the body wherein this individual
soul or spirit resolves. Cut off
the individual Israelite from com-
munion or connection with the
main body of the Jewish people
or from the branch to which he
has been attached, and it is
like cutting off a member from a
human organismhe weakens
from lack of nourishment.
The body of Israel is indeed
made up of members, all of whom
CONTINUED ON PACE 52
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Swaggerty s Garage
17 N. W. River Drive. Ph. 17
Storage, Battery Service
Cars for Hire Taxi Service
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BOLICK'S
AUTO TOP AND
PAINT SHOP
6 S. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 25
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
Clearwater
GREETINGS
GRAHAM
PLUMBING &
HEATING CO.
G. W. DEEMING
Oil Burners and
Gas Appliances
636 Franklin
PHONE 2898
CLEARWATER, FLORIDA
SINCERE GREETINGS
Hi & MAFES
HEADUARTERS FOR
BARBER GENASCO
ROOFING
612 Franklin Ph. 2917
CLEARWATER. FLORIDA
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE
COURTESY
STORE
TOBACCOS MAGAZINES
SODAS SUNDRIES
BEER WINE
520 Cleveland Street
PHONE 2664
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PAGE 1

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 *k*i%ttkrMiw PAGE FIFTY-ONE Fort Lauderdale-The Gateway City A RQSH HASHONA MESSAGE By RABBI DAVID MAX EICHHORN, D. D. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA It would be, in my opinion, a grievous breach of trust for any rabbi to assure American Jewry that the coming year will be a more pleasant year than that through which we have just passed: No matter what happens, no matter who wins or who loses, no matter what defeats or victories are met with by those to whom we have entrusted our lives and our fortunes, 5702 will not be a pleasant year. It will be a time of struggle and of sacrifice, a time of testing and of turmoil. It will truly be a time that will "try men's souls." We cannot.thanks to the mercy of an All-wise God, foretell the future. We cannot say, with any degree of assurance, that the next twelve months will change the tenor of our lives for the better or for worse. If the forces which now assail us meet their doom in the coming year, God be praised. Likewise, if these same forces continue their arrogant attempt to enslave the bodies and minds of all mankind, God be praised. Our times are in His hands. Mankind, has sinned, mankind has transgressed, mankind has acted perversely. Mankind has exalted the physical above the spiritual. Mankind has worshipped materialism and has scorned the warnings of the prophets of the Most High. Those who sow wind will reap the whirlwind. So it has been, so it is today, and so it will ever be. If we are a "chosen people" (and I believe that we are,) we have been chosen for such times as these. Armed might alone will not be sufficient to lead the world back to sanity and to order. The supreme need of this planet is spiritual regeneration, moral and rebirth, a swearing allegiance to the eternal values proclaimed by Israel's teachers HAPPY NEW YEAR RAYMOND CLOPECK CO., INC. China, Glassware, Gift Items Kitchen and Household Appliances General Hardware and Paints 108-110 South Andrews Ft Lauderdale HAPPY NEW YEAR GATE CITY SASH DOOR CO. 15 S. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 1430 Ft. Lauderdale HEW YEAR GREETIHGS VAN'S PAINT SHOP BODY AND FENDER WORK PAINTING DECORATING 1 N. W. 1st Arenue FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. Phone 56 Best Wi.hei for A Happy and Prosperous New Year BROWARD ABSTRACT CORPORATION ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE ESCROWS N. B. CHEANEY. President 120 Eatt Las Olas Boulevard „,_. FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA Phone 93 and sages, the values of indivi-' dual security, individual freedom,' social equality, and social consecration. We American Jews, we, a blessed remnant in a blessed land, must seek to lead the way to that hew world order by preachment and by example. Mere words will not suffice. Words without deeds will only lead to further humiliation and hardship. May it be Thy will, O God, that, during the year to come.we American Jews will stand before the world as ardent disciples of that blessed one who looked out upon the ruins of Zion and proclaimed, "Thus says the Lord: 'Let not the wise man boast of his wisdom, Nor the strong man boast of his strength, Nor the rich man boast of his riches. But if one must boast, let him boast of this, That he understands and knows Me— How I, the Lord, am He who practices kindness, Justice, and righteousness on the earth; For in these things do I delight!' "SEPARATE NOT FROM THt By RABBI ADOLPH BURGER Congregation Rodolph Sholem Tampa, Florida If tradition is to be believed, Joseph got out of prison on Rosh Hashona and the Hebrew slaves ceased to labor for Pharoah of Egypt on Rosh Hashona, too. What need, we may ask, during the Holy Season to remind people of the text "Seperate not from the Community." Rosh Hashonoh and Yom Kippur with crowded synagogues are a testimony not only that the Israelite wishes to feel nigh unto his God, but linked with that people of whom he is part, with brothers and sisters, who from the same line of ancestors have preserved the Knowledge of Him who brought us out of the land of Egypt and preserved us amongst the nations to whose life we contributed without losing our own life. However scatterea we may be, even though some of us may find ourselves one or two in a remote village, we lose not sight of our past history, nor of the larger Communities of Israel, nor of Israel as a whole with its desires To All A Happy New Year William Eastman Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. New Year's GREETINGS CLUB KELLER Ft Lauderdale. Fla. HAPPY NEW YEAR COSTELLO'S MARKET 104 South Andrews Are. FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA, NEW YEAR GREETINGS Kctchin Brick & Tile Co. Manufacturer and Installer of Concrete Joist and Stonex Floors 300400 S. W. 14th St.. Ft. Lauderdale—Phone 335 MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE E. A. KERR PHONE 44987 NEW YEAR GREETINGS WHITE'S TACKLE SHOP 228 S. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 9245 FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS PIONEER SHEET METAL WORKS GEO. STURGIS & SON 510 S. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 263W FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA NEW YEAR GREETINGS PHYSICIANS SURGEONS EXCHANGE and NURSES REGISTRY CALL 492 1207 South Andrews FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS LAUDERDALE TILE & TERRAZZO CO. TILE and TERRAZZO 25 Years Experience GENE ZORATTI. Owner 1244 S. E. 6th AT*. Ph. 28 FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE 299 N. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 1470 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS CUSTER'S FISH & POULTRY MARKET 20 Wall Street Ph. 74 FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA, Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR F A N N I N FUNERAL HOME 326 E. Las Olas Bhd. FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. and aspirations. We still remain one body that is as really one as the body wherein this individual soul or spirit resolves. 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> /m/s/ tk/iUir
PAGE FIFTY-THREE
FOH DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
By MRS. MAURICE L. GOLDMAN
Mri, Maurice L. Goldman, preti.
dent of the National Council of Jew-
nh Women, reviews the itirnno role
women have played in the national
effort during the past year. Lonfl
prominent in educational fields and in
the fight for civil and religious liber,
ties, Mrs. Goldman who is an active
member of many organizations, is
well-qualified to speak of the recent
achievements of women.
THE EDITOR
Looking back over the achieve-
ments of women during the past
year, one is forced to conclude
that the lauivls for the year go
to the many rather than to the
few. In the eyes of historians.
all other events of the year will
be dwarfed by the titanic strug-
gle it has witnessed between the
little people and those who wish
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHARLES G.
HANNOCK
Dade County Surveyor
ged determination that has come
to be symbolic of the British
people. Even those few who
have volunteered for no special
service are playing a vital part.
For British women are feeding
their families well in spite of
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ERNEST L. BRYANT
OFFICIAL REPORTER
of the
CIRCUIT COURT
to become their masters. Un-
questionably, the burden of this
struggle has been carried by the
many: tor without their ci
tion and devotion, their leaders
would have been helpless
There can be no further ques-
tion about the place oi wi men in
public Both here and
abroad they have gladly taken
their full ibility
in thi' national effort which they
know will determine their fu-
ture and tin' futures of their
children
In England and the countries
allied with her cause, women are
to be iound in almost every
branch of service. From <..
Elizabeth to the most anonymous
housewife, they have all reshaped
their patterns oi living to fit the
pressures of war. Behind the
wheels of ambulances, in the
wards of improvised hospitals, in
the fields where the crops are
harvested, in tin- factories where
all-important munitions are pro-
duced, the women of England are
taking their places with the dog-
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY
IEWjSH FRIENDS
*
W. CECIL WATSON
Clerk ol
Criminal Court
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
A. D. F.
BLOODWORTH
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR

ROBERT R.
TAYLOR
AND ASSOCIATES
of the
COUNTY SOLICITOR'S
OFFICE
To Jewry Everywhere, A Most Happy New Year
WILLIAM "BILL" BURBRIDGE
Your Councilman
MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
JUDGE W. F. BLANTON
Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman
rationed provisions, carrying on
their daily lives in spite of in-
cessant air raids, building a new
home for every old one that lies
in ruins.
Here in the United States, the
urgent call to strengthen our na-
tional defense has met with a
wholehearted response from
American women. It is signifi-
cant that President Roosevelt has
appointed a woman to represent
consumers in the Office of Pro-
duction Management. Commis-
sioner Harriet Elliott is deter-
mined to prevent reckless boom-
time buying which will bring
about a needless shortage in con-
sumers' goods and a ruinous rise
in prices. Her success will de-
pend largely upon the support of
American housewives, and it is
to them that she directs her ap-
peal. In organization of Civilian
Defense, the Hon. Fiorello La
Guardia is assisted by a woman.
Mrs. Anna Rosenberg will find
no lack of volunteers when she
has completed her plans and
calls tor active support.
Fortunately, government agen-
cies have found ready-made
channels through which to reach
the individual woman. The nu-
merous civic, religious and phil-
anthrope organizations in which
women have come together to
demonstrate their interest in na-
een idle
President Roosevelt's de-
claration of a national emergen-
cy. They have cut through red
ly to join forces in
.1 ci mmon program.
In n mmunities, tht
ts and special talents of all
n who have free time to
oiler have already been cata-
logued through the joint efforts
..: local women's dubs. In those
communities, the local authori-
ties will know exactly where to
turn when the need arises,
whether they require stenog-
raphers or nurses, dieticians or
chauffeurs. They will expect
and find a high standard of de-
pendability from women whose
work in organizations has al-
ready taught them to take their
jobs as volunteers as seriously
as any professional worker.
Besides canvassing the talents
which are already available,
American women are creating
new skills which may be needed.
Through such organizations as
the Junior League, the American
Red Cross and the American
CONTINUED ON PAGE 56
GREETINGS
W. J. KNOX
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Miami Springs
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO MY MANY JEWISH
FRIENDS
*
GEORGE E. MERRICK
To My Many Friends and
"Acquaintances
W. H. PEACE
BUILDING INSPECTOR
Extends Best Wishes for A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
SINCERE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
J. E. KELLY
Bi*cayne Blda. Miami. Fla.
It Is A Pleasure to Extend
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
!U
N. P. "NEIGHBOR"
LOWRY
DALE JAMES
OF
THE FAIR PRACTICE
BUREAU
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Wishes All His
Jewish Friends A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Raymond A. Williams
DIRECTOR OF DEPARTMENT
OF WASTE and SHOPS
CITY OF MIAMI
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR

I. LAMAR PAXSON
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
FOR DADE COUNTY
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
HAYES WOOD
TAX COLLECTOR FOR DADE COUNTY
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
yi
E. B. LEATHERMAN
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT '
DADE COUNTY
MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
To All My Friends
and Acquaintances
%
J. J. FARREY
BUILDING DIVISION
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL
JEWRY A TRULY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture
STATE OF FLORIDA

BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HI
SIDNEY
L
SEGALL

A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL
J. N. (NEWT) LUMMUS
TAX ASSESSOR
FOR DADE COUNTY
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TODAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 > /m/s/ tk/iUir PAGE FIFTY-THREE FOH DISTINGUISHED SERVICE By MRS. MAURICE L. GOLDMAN Mri, Maurice L. Goldman, preti. dent of the National Council of Jewnh Women, reviews the itirnno role women have played in the national effort during the past year. Lonfl prominent in educational fields and in the fight for civil and religious liber, ties, Mrs. Goldman who is an active member of many organizations, is well-qualified to speak of the recent achievements of women. —THE EDITOR Looking back over the achievements of women during the past year, one is forced to conclude that the lauivls for the year go to the many rather than to the few. In the eyes of historians. all other events of the year will be dwarfed by the titanic struggle it has witnessed between the little people and those who wish Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR CHARLES G. HANNOCK Dade County Surveyor ged determination that has come to be symbolic of the British people. Even those few who have volunteered for no special service are playing a vital part. For British women are feeding their families well in spite of BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ERNEST L. BRYANT OFFICIAL REPORTER of the CIRCUIT COURT to become their masters. Unquestionably, the burden of this struggle has been carried by the many: tor without their ci tion and devotion, their leaders would have been helpless There can be no further question about the place oi wi men in public Both here and abroad they have gladly taken their full ibility in thi' national effort which they know will determine their future and tin' futures of their children In England and the countries allied with her cause, women are to be iound in almost every branch of service. From <..• Elizabeth to the most anonymous housewife, they have all reshaped their patterns oi living to fit the pressures of war. Behind the wheels of ambulances, in the wards of improvised hospitals, in the fields where the crops are harvested, in tinfactories where all-important munitions are produced, the women of England are taking their places with the dogSincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY IEWJSH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON Clerk ol Criminal Court Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR •B A. D. F. BLOODWORTH SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR %  ROBERT R. TAYLOR AND ASSOCIATES of the COUNTY SOLICITOR'S OFFICE To Jewry Everywhere, A Most Happy New Year WILLIAM "BILL" BURBRIDGE Your Councilman MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL JUDGE W. F. BLANTON Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman rationed provisions, carrying on their daily lives in spite of incessant air raids, building a new home for every old one that lies in ruins. Here in the United States, the urgent call to strengthen our national defense has met with a wholehearted response from American women. It is significant that President Roosevelt has appointed a woman to represent consumers in the Office of Production Management. Commissioner Harriet Elliott is determined to prevent reckless boomtime buying which will bring about a needless shortage in consumers' goods and a ruinous rise in prices. Her success will depend largely upon the support of American housewives, and it is to them that she directs her appeal. In organization of Civilian Defense, the Hon. Fiorello La Guardia is assisted by a woman. Mrs. Anna Rosenberg will find no lack of volunteers when she has completed her plans and calls tor active support. Fortunately, government agencies have found ready-made channels through which to reach the individual woman. The numerous civic, religious and philanthrope organizations in which women have come together to demonstrate their interest in naeen idle President Roosevelt's declaration of a national emergency. They have cut through red ly to join forces in .1 ci mmon program. In n mmunities, tht ts and special talents of all n who have free time to oiler have already been catalogued through the joint efforts ..: local women's dubs. In those communities, the local authorities will know exactly where to turn when the need arises, whether they require stenographers or nurses, dieticians or chauffeurs. They will expect and find a high standard of dependability from women whose work in organizations has already taught them to take their jobs as volunteers as seriously as any professional worker. Besides canvassing the talents which are already available, American women are creating new skills which may be needed. Through such organizations as the Junior League, the American Red Cross and the American CONTINUED ON PAGE 56 GREETINGS W. J. KNOX Civil Engineer and Surveyor Miami Springs BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS GEORGE E. MERRICK To My Many Friends and "Acquaintances W. H. PEACE BUILDING INSPECTOR Extends Best Wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS J. E. KELLY Bi*cayne Blda. Miami. Fla. It Is A Pleasure to Extend A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS !U N. P. "NEIGHBOR" LOWRY DALE JAMES OF THE FAIR PRACTICE BUREAU Wishes All His Jewish Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Raymond A. Williams DIRECTOR OF DEPARTMENT OF WASTE and SHOPS CITY OF MIAMI BEST WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR I. LAMAR PAXSON COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR DADE COUNTY SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR HAYES WOOD TAX COLLECTOR FOR DADE COUNTY SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR yi E. B. LEATHERMAN CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR To All My Friends and Acquaintances % J. J. FARREY BUILDING DIVISION MIAMI BEACH. FLA. IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A TRULY HAPPY NEW YEAR NATHAN MAYO Commissioner of Agriculture STATE OF FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR HI SIDNEY L SEGALL A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL J. N. (NEWT) LUMMUS TAX ASSESSOR FOR DADE COUNTY


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heir v <-d no part U
rtruggh of achieving it millions
of Americans, v.h i
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right to a way of iife within tne
framework of a democracy
a school of Amer.-
can thinking which holds that
though lights are out
the world, the problem
of war is not our problem W
war, they say
glory De. but un-
r can star, u
mma after
anothi
us: one of
its most terrir I iblem
, Jewish com-
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-j survival
refugee timi I 11
:: viciously propagar-
who are be-
ing driven in hordes over the
I '. art b
II th name of those refugees
and their oversea; :-..
for Refu-
;.nd Pales-
tim require! $25,000,000 in 1941.
rj American should,
and must be. brought to :
thai this refugee problem, and
the pr at absorbing and
helping tnt uprooted vict:-
is not a race prob-
len : j itM U The rescue and
survival of refugees are inti-
mately and indissolublv ,-
ad with the wrvbnlJT
racy itself, and the d'.~
cratk way of hfe itself. ffoT
mocracy can an
cancer of rising hatrec | itm. "*
to it. "6 "
w. muaj bee the fa o
whole universe u lc, .
obscene condition and t-
way of tolerating ra-. -,.
tion. democracy ii being ;..
OUi| b no Jew:-
alone. This is i
problem^ TWi M u Aryai
lem True, it is a problen that
is not new in th. .,. ..'
world, but it has never Deer. nor.
-ful than that it should has.
pen on this scale :r. i p*,^
when mankind's _"
tion is achieving a nev.
Th'' md 'ci-
an optimistic persuas: that -
Jewish problem rr.av ~Wei
to settle itself ti lei alone Ar
aggregate of specific difficulty
is against that, difficulties
:: is neither timely nor pr-.:
discuss here But they are tied
up to economics is a complicated
manner, unleashing tne aogr ":
CONTINUED ON P*GE 5:
GREETINGS FOR A
.-tppv f, E A Y E a P
HERMAN WALL
A HAPPY NEW YEAH TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
GRUBB BROTHERS
ecu CRETE
"Concrete Finiihec Sia&i Our Specie:-y
.0B4 N * 27tt Street Phone 2-S22B
BEST WISHES TOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
BELL
SUPER
BAKERIES
SOFT BREAD
259 North West Fourth Street
Miami Fla.
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
THE OUTLET STORES CO.
:: S W EIGHTH STREET PHONE 2-M54
. : E P E S-ES
To Wy Wary F-ienos
*o- a
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C. FRANK KEIDEL
N E ^ -E'R CREE'AGS
ES- '934
LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES CO.
165 N F }*< S'BEET
PMONE 3SK-
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SINCERE WISrIES TO ALL FOR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TOOLEY-MYRON STUDIOS
"Foremost In The South'
PHONE 3-8617
DuPont Building Miami, Florida
A MPP> NE* VEAR
TO ALL M > FR EN OS
FRANK WOLKOWSKY
"Men's Clothing"
*8 N E. Fi-t Avenue
RHONE 2-0682
TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
BARRON VENTILATOR MANUFACTURERS
2021 N. Miami Avenue Miami. Florid*
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TC All
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or Evening
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1201 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
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AND TRuCKS
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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
CONCRETE PLACING CO.
ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE"
2226 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3-4920
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SEPTEMBa 13, ^ right to a way of iife within tne framework of a democracy a school of Amer.can thinking which holds that though lights are out % % % % %  the world, the problem of war is not our problem W war, they say glory De. but un%  r can star, u mma after anothi • us: one of its most terrir I iblem ,• Jewish com•••. United States -j survival • refugee timi I 11 • :: viciously propagarwho are being driven in hordes over the I '. art b II th name of those refugees and their oversea; : %  -• %  .. for Refu;.nd Palestim require! $25,000,000 in 1941. •rj American should, and must be. brought to : thai this refugee problem, and the pr at absorbing and helping tnt uprooted vict:• is not a race problen : j itM U The rescue and survival of refugees are intimately and indissolublv ,ad with the wrvbnlJT racy itself, and the d'.~ cratk way of hfe itself. ffoT mocracy can an cancer of rising hatrec | itm. "* to it. 6 • w. muaj bee the fa %  o whole universe u lc obscene condition and tway of tolerating ra-. -,. tion. democracy ii being ;.. OUi| b no Jew:alone. This is i problem^ TWi M u Aryai lem True, it is a problen that is not new in th. .,. ..' world, but it has never Deer. nor. -ful than that it should has. pen on this scale :r. i p*,^ when mankind's %  _" tion is achieving a nev. Th '' md 'cian optimistic persuas: • that -• Jewish problem rr.av %  •~ Wei to settle itself ti lei alone Ar aggregate of specific difficulty is against that, difficulties :: is neither timely nor pr-. : discuss here But they are tied up to economics is a complicated manner, unleashing tne aogr •": CONTINUED ON P*GE 5: GREETINGS FOR A .-tppv f, E A Y E A P HERMAN WALL A HAPPY NEW YEAH TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE GRUBB BROTHERS ecu CRETE "Concrete Finiihec Sia&i Our Specie:-y .0B4 N %  27tt Street Phone 2-S22B BEST WISHES TOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS BELL SUPER BAKERIES SOFT BREAD 259 North West Fourth Street Miami Fla. BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR THE OUTLET STORES CO. :: S W EIGHTH STREET PHONE 2-M54 •. : E P E S-ES To Wy Wary F-ienos *oa •i' C. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
WE WILL RIDE THE STORM
By FANNIE HURST
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 54
race hatred on a scale unprece-
dented in our democracy.
Mine is a plea for awareness;
for concentratea thinking by
Americans of all creeds; it is a
plea to enlist within our demo-
cracy a greater intolerance of in-
tolerance against the rising tides
of race hatred that menace not
only a minority race, but our
democracy of many races.
What reason have we as a
nation to feel any divine dis-
pensation as regards our Ameri-
can exemption from forces that
are sweeping the world in im-
mense and cruel gales? Gales
that are as icy and ruthless, as
if they had been blown down on
us out of some prehistoric twi-
light of man's behavior to man.
What right have we to feel ex-
emption? We can, if necessary,
keep undesirable foreigners or
aliens outside our American ports
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Jewish Patrons
and Friends
FISHER'S
LAUNDRY SERVICE
534 N. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-9192
of entry. But we cannot keep
germs of thought, germs of race
hatred, from entering these ports,
because germs do not need visas
or passports.
Polluted germs of world
thought come to us by way of the
ether. Race prejudice, fanned to
leaping flames across the seas,
does not need to pass inspection
at Ellis Island or Quarantine. It
can come in like flying sparks
off a world conflagration. Bear
in mind that such sparks are fly-
ing all about us, and there is
plenty of dry tinder of local pre-
judice, and dead-rot of ignorance
and propaganda about, to offer
inflammable material.
And so when I say that because
men and women and children
refugees, expelled from their
countries for no other sin than
their race, are wandering the
face of the earth today, without
home or hearth; men and women
and children are riding the seas
today without destination or
right to land in any harbor; that
men and women and children are
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YOU GENUINE HAPPINESS ABUNDANT HEALTH
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1792-98 N. W. 20th Street
PHONE 2 7868
I Take Pleasure at This Time
to Wish All My Friends and
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Very Happy New Year
'eo 9to6insoiD
The President, Officers and Directors, Rabbi,
Cantor and Staffof
Extend to All Members, Friends, and All Jewry
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
wan raw ruetf
TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
+ kmisi HorMian
' i
scattered over me world today
whose destinies rest in your
hands, I also say the destinies
of yourselves and of everything
dear to you, rest in some measure
in your ability to cooperate in
alleviating this terrible cata-
clysm that has befallen your
people and that the United Jew-
ish Appeal can alleviate.
No Jewish population of any
community can afford to turn a
deaf ear to the passionate, the
crisic need of helping persecuted
Jewry the world over. Neither
can any population of any Jewish
community afford to ignore im-
plications of danger at home as
well.
It is unthinkable that we can
go our smug ways without
making sacrifices, and making
them gladly and proudly in be-
half of the persecuted ones whose
ancient bloodstream is our blood-
stream, and whose rich heritage
is our heritage, and whose dignity
will not be laid in the dust, any-
more than ours would be under
similar circumstances.
It lies within our national
power; within our wealth; with-
in our faith; within our ideal-
ism, to salvage the persecuted
and the put-upon.
Don't you for a moment per-
mit yourselves and your children
PAGE FIFTY-FIVE
to be inculcated with the rhetoric
of defeatism.
We in America have the faith
and the courage to meet and do
something about the fact that
over the face of the world today,
thousands of persecuted human
beings are struggling for the right
to exist.
We need to be realistic for the
moment. But we need to be
idealists perpetually, if we are to
have the courage, the deathless
and immutable conviction, that
our children are going to carry
the burning eternal torch of a
burning and eternal people, into
the future and into posterity.
As never before, our deathless
and valiant minority is going to
need the high-heart and the
proud heart and the eternal dedi-
cation to those ideals of living
and being, which have made the
race indestructible.
Therefore let us face the
fact fearlessly and with faith,
that although there is a growing
anti-Semitic racial wave arising
in the hearts of mankind, and
even in our democratic land, our
unquenchable faith in the vitality
of the persecuted minority race
and the validity of the democra-
tic way of life, will enable us to
ride the storm. I say to you with
all the vehemence at my com-
Ph. 3-2922 Miami
HEALTH IS WEALTH
Why Stay Sick?
Call On
HENDERSON'S
Health Studio
For Turkish Baths, Mineral
and Electric Baths, Massages
or Colon Irrigations.
B. Henderson. Manager
129 S. W. 12th Ave.
TO ALL OF YOU -
May the New Year Bring You
Health and Happiness
!f
OSCAR E. DOOLY, JR.
AND ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
INVESTMENTS
Myron Greentree
Warren Kingsbury
Ward Meacher
Alice R. Lanni
Ingraham BuildingMiami
Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldg.
Miami Beach
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
GEO. W. OBENOUR
Rooting &. Sheet Metal Contractor
Miami. Florida Phone 7-2612
N. E. 2nd Ave. and 63rd Street
mand, that it were better to be
hated than a hater. I say to you
with all the vehemence at my
command, that I know of no more
unenviable type of human being
on earth, than the man or wo-
man whose mind and heart and
spirit, are freighted with race
hatred and who in turn, is pass-
ing on that curse to their child-
ren.
That toxic poisoning of race
hatred has besmirched Germany
in the eyes of all the world. What
a shameful social disease. What
a scrofula of spirit, an ancient
social sickness which has dis-
figured the human race through-
out the ages, but which is doubly
shameful now. as it rears its ugly
head in a world which has alleg-
edly moved into the upper
brackets of so-called civilization.
Faith, determination, courage,
idealism and money, are needed
to alleviate, if not stamp out,
this endemic sickness of the hu-
man race.
God give us in America, the
power to protect our democracy
from the hateful germs of this
desiccating, cancerous disease,
not only for the sake of the hated
minority race, but for the sake
of the haters themselves, and for
the sake of the children of the
haters.

A Most Happy New Year to All
CLYDE DAILY AND
ASSOCIATES
STANDARD GARAGE
30 N. W. 3rd St.
Ph. 2-9609
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 WE WILL RIDE THE STORM By FANNIE HURST CONTINUED FROM PAGE 54 race hatred on a scale unprecedented in our democracy. Mine is a plea for awareness; for concentratea thinking by Americans of all creeds; it is a plea to enlist within our democracy a greater intolerance of intolerance against the rising tides of race hatred that menace not only a minority race, but our democracy of many races. What reason have we as a nation to feel any divine dispensation as regards our American exemption from forces that are sweeping the world in immense and cruel gales? Gales that are as icy and ruthless, as if they had been blown down on us out of some prehistoric twilight of man's behavior to man. What right have we to feel exemption? We can, if necessary, keep undesirable foreigners or aliens outside our American ports Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Patrons and Friends FISHER'S LAUNDRY SERVICE 534 N. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-9192 of entry. But we cannot keep germs of thought, germs of race hatred, from entering these ports, because germs do not need visas or passports. Polluted germs of world thought come to us by way of the ether. Race prejudice, fanned to leaping flames across the seas, does not need to pass inspection at Ellis Island or Quarantine. It can come in like flying sparks off a world conflagration. Bear in mind that such sparks are flying all about us, and there is plenty of dry tinder of local prejudice, and dead-rot of ignorance and propaganda about, to offer inflammable material. And so when I say that because men and women and children refugees, expelled from their countries for no other sin than their race, are wandering the face of the earth today, without home or hearth; men and •women and children are riding the seas today without destination or right to land in any harbor; that men and women and children are SEASON'S GREETINGS INTERSTATE MARBLE & TILE W. G. EARNEST 163 N. E. 24th Street ON THIS NEW YEAR—IT IS OUR WISH THAT IT BRING YOU GENUINE HAPPINESS — ABUNDANT HEALTH DADE REFRIGERATING CO., Inc. 1792-98 N. W. 20th Street PHONE 2 7868 I Take Pleasure at This Time to Wish All My Friends and Acquaintances A Very Happy New Year '£eo 9to6insoiD The President, Officers and Directors, Rabbi, Cantor and Staff—of Extend to All Members, Friends, and All Jewry BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR wan raw ruetf TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR + kmisi HorMian — i scattered over me world today whose destinies rest in your hands, I also say the destinies of yourselves and of everything dear to you, rest in some measure in your ability to cooperate in alleviating this terrible cataclysm that has befallen your people and that the United Jewish Appeal can alleviate. No Jewish population of any community can afford to turn a deaf ear to the passionate, the crisic need of helping persecuted Jewry the world over. Neither can any population of any Jewish community afford to ignore implications of danger at home as well. It is unthinkable that we can go our smug ways without making sacrifices, and making them gladly and proudly in behalf of the persecuted ones whose ancient bloodstream is our bloodstream, and whose rich heritage is our heritage, and whose dignity will not be laid in the dust, anymore than ours would be under similar circumstances. It lies within our national power; within our wealth; within our faith; within our idealism, to salvage the persecuted and the put-upon. Don't you for a moment permit yourselves and your children PAGE FIFTY-FIVE to be inculcated with the rhetoric of defeatism. We in America have the faith and the courage to meet and do something about the fact that over the face of the world today, thousands of persecuted human beings are struggling for the right to exist. We need to be realistic for the moment. But we need to be idealists perpetually, if we are to have the courage, the deathless and immutable conviction, that our children are going to carry the burning eternal torch of a burning and eternal people, into the future and into posterity. As never before, our deathless and valiant minority is going to need the high-heart and the proud heart and the eternal dedication to those ideals of living and being, which have made the race indestructible. Therefore let us face the fact fearlessly and with faith, that although there is a growing anti-Semitic racial wave arising in the hearts of mankind, and even in our democratic land, our unquenchable faith in the vitality of the persecuted minority race and the validity of the democratic way of life, will enable us to ride the storm. I say to you with all the vehemence at my comPh. 3-2922 Miami HEALTH IS WEALTH Why Stay Sick? Call On HENDERSON'S Health Studio For Turkish Baths, Mineral and Electric Baths, Massages or Colon Irrigations. B. Henderson. Manager 129 S. W. 12th Ave. TO ALL OF YOU • May the New Year Bring You Health and Happiness f OSCAR E. DOOLY, JR. AND ASSOCIATES REALTORS INVESTMENTS Myron Greentree Warren Kingsbury Ward Meacher Alice R. Lanni Ingraham Building—Miami Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldg. Miami Beach A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GEO. W. OBENOUR Rooting &. Sheet Metal Contractor Miami. Florida Phone 7-2612 N. E. 2nd Ave. and 63rd Street mand, that it were better to be hated than a hater. I say to you with all the vehemence at my command, that I know of no more unenviable type of human being on earth, than the man or woman whose mind and heart and spirit, are freighted with race hatred and who in turn, is passing on that curse to their children. That toxic poisoning of race hatred has besmirched Germany in the eyes of all the world. What a shameful social disease. What a scrofula of spirit, an ancient social sickness which has disfigured the human race throughout the ages, but which is doubly shameful now. as it rears its ugly head in a world which has allegedly moved into the upper brackets of so-called civilization. Faith, determination, courage, idealism and money, are needed to alleviate, if not stamp out, this endemic sickness of the human race. God give us in America, the power to protect our democracy from the hateful germs of this desiccating, cancerous disease, not only for the sake of the hated minority race, but for the sake of the haters themselves, and for the sake of the children of the haters. • A Most Happy New Year to All CLYDE DAILY AND ASSOCIATES STANDARD GARAGE 30 N. W. 3rd St. Ph. 2-9609 HAPPY NEW YEAR THE BLACKSTONE MIAMI BEACH P. RICHARDSON INSULATION FIREBRICK TANKS TRAPS and REGULATORS 144 Palmetto Drive — Phone 8-2265 MIAMI SPRINGS 2027 N. W. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941
*Jenisti fkric/trtr
PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN
GREETINGS FROM TEMPLE ISRAEL
By DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Rabbi Emeritus, Temple Israel
The great Isaiah in Chapter 53
has already warned us thousands
of years ago, that we have been
chosen by God to suffer for the
sins of the nations, and thus
bring redemption to the house-
hold of humanity.
The unspeakuble leader of the
German people today, has given
us Jews the greatest compliment
in the history of civilization. He
has proclaimed to the world that
if he can get rid of the Jews, the
rest of the people can be handled
very easily for his own purposes.
A visiting professor at the Uni-
versity of Virginia told me plain-
ly: "You Jews are always talking
about justice; we do not want
Sincere Wihet For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. JOHN B. SEEDS
PHONE 4-5625
1500 N. W. 26th Avenue
Sincere Wishes for a Happy New
Year to My Jewish Friendi
Wiley's Dry Cleaners
113 S. E. 1st Ave.
Ph. 2-3746
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
L. MURRAY DIXON
ARCHITECT
1630 EUCLID AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
To Our Patrons and Friends
A Most Happy New Year
TRAIL TAVERN
The Same Taaty Sandwiches
WE DELIVER
905 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-9156
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
RICHTER'S
JEWELRY CO.. INC.
160 East Flagler Street
We Like to Sell
The KIMBALL
BECAUSE it is tnado honestly of
fine materials by expert workmen
under the same family manage-
ment and ownership since 1857.
BECAUSE its price is not inflated
against trade-in allowance, ficti-
tious discounts and markdowns.
BECAUSE like all excellent pia-
nos it is sold on its own quality,
not high pressure. There are
more Kimball Pianos in America
than any other make.
Your Home Should Hare a New
Kimball.
CHARLES E. CASEY
OWNEK
ensey pin no co.
2019-2021-2023 Biscayne Bird.
PHONE 2-7121
MIAMI. FLORIDA
shortcomings may be, we have
this great merit, we will not sell
our passion for justice under any
circumstances.
I pray to God that we of the
household of Israel may continue
to be worthy of the compliment,
even though it means suffering
for our people, that through us
the human family may enter into
the kingdom of God on earth.
May God bless you in the com-
ing year and strengthen you, to
hold on until the spirit of God
shall cover the earth as the wa-
ters cover the sea.
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan
any justice."
The persecutions of the Jews
today, as in the past, are a com-
pliment to the Jewish people,
for we stand passionately for one
thing, and that is for justice to all
the human family, and those who
do not want justice, certainly
must hate us, for whatever our
Season's Greetingi
NORRIS W. BROADWAY
AND ASSOCIATES
GROWERS
COLD STORAGE
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
Phonea 3-14322-5061
President Roosevelt's
Rosh Hashono Message
SPEAKS MIND ON ANTI-SEMITISM
(The following .tatement by Waldo Frank, outstanding novelist
critic and essayist, was written in answer to a request by SEVEN ARTS
FEATURE SYNDICATE and THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN for hl.op.n .
ion on the question: "HOW CAN JEWS IN AMERICA TODAY DE-
FEND THEMSELVES AGAINST THE THREAT OF ANTI-SEMIT.
ISM?)
By WALDO FRANK
To My Many Jewish Friends
Sincere New Year Greeting!
GEORGE T. DAVIS
REAL ESTATE
Phone 4-2244 42 Almeria Ave.
Washington (W N S)Dedica-
tion to "the just cause of toler-
ance and peace" in order that
"all peoples may live as equals"
is urged by President Roosevelt
in a message to the Jewish people
of America on the occasion of the
Hebrew New Year.
The President's message fol-
lows:
At this tragic hour in modern
civilization I extend to the Jew-
ish people of America my sincere
greetings for the New Year, in
the confident hope that the tem-
porary darkness which appears
to encompass the world shall
not extinguish the light of liberty
and the blessings of peace and
freedom. Accordingly, with a
united devotion to the just cause
of tolerance and peace, we must
redidicate ourselves to the task
which lies before us in order that
all peoples may live as equals.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
There is. of course, no panacea
by which the Jews in America
can eliminate anti-Semitism or
with perfect success "defend
themselves against it." The
causes of anti-Semitism are com-
plex, objective realities in the
world: some of them psyhologi-
cal and historic, some of them
social and economic. Not the
Jews, not any specific group or
nation, can by any magic stamp
out these realities; and they will
exist until we all live Gentile
and Jew ... in a maturer, better
world. But the Jews can so act
as to bring this world of to-
morrow nearer. And insofar as
by their individual and congre-
gated action they work in this
direction, they are contributing
most for their own welfare.
To this end, the Jews must
A Happy New Year To All
T. B. McGAHEY
MOTOR CO.. INC.
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
1930 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-2624
To Our Mans BYlendsj and Ac-
quaintances.Season's Greetings
JOSEPH B. SCHWARTZ
MORRIS SCHWARTZ
FLORIDA PAINT CO.
"No Job Too Small or Large"
628 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-3231
----TO MY MANY FRIENDS----
May the New Year Bring You
Abundant Happiness
and Prosperity
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B. A. STEPHENS
STEPHENS RESTAURANT
Ph. 2-7742
38 W. Flagler St.
To Our Patrons and Friends
A Most Happy Now Year
GORDON SHOP
DuPont Bldg. Miami, Fla.
To Our Many Friends and Cus-
tomers We Extend Heartiest
Greetings for the New Year
and Wish You Abundant
Happiness and Prosperity
BURTON'S
DRUG STORE
500 Ocean Drive
Ph. 5-4488
A Most Happy New Year
MIAMI MATTRESS
MANUFACTURING CO.
PHONE 2-7466
60 N. W. 13th Street
SEASONS GREETINGS
and Best Wishes
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ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
*
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300 S. Miami Avenue
Phones 2-22622-3512
Best Wishes to All
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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110. Meridian Ave. Ph. 5-0403
RABBI and MRS.
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and FAMILY
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Their Best Wishes for A
Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
to the Jewish Community of
Miami and Miami Beach in
particular, and to the House
of Israel generally.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HOLLOPETER & POST
REALTORS
151 N. E. 3rd St. Ph. 3-7376
New Year Greetings
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE
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PHONE 2-7445
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Sincere New Year Wishes To All
Our Friends and Acquaintances
E. F. CHAPLIN and ASSOCIATES
HOPE SALES CO.
420 Lincoln Road Ph. 5.7331
2160 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph.3-3444
To Our Many Friends and Patrons
A Most Happy New Year
SHULL FURNITURE
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AT OUR NEW MODERN
LOCATION
1030 S. W. 8th STREET
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CORAL GABLES
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132 Giralda Avenue
CORAL GABLES
PHONE 4-2424
Sincere New Year Greetings
To All Our Friends
EHRLICH BROTHERS
WHOLESALE
MEATS
3106 N. W. 102nd St. Ph 7-4460
"TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR" .
ENJOY THE BREEZES OF THE
BEAUTIFUL BISCAYNE BAY
AT THE
Columbus Hole
50 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
The Hotel Towers
322 S. E. 2nd AVENUE
'OPEN THE YEAR AROUND"
ally themselves openly and cre-
atively and unafraid, as Jews,
with the world's progressive
forces. At present, their average
allegiance here in America is
with the corrupt middle classes
whose sickness is manifest in
the world's sick condition. O:
this deep pathology. anti-Semit-
ism is a symptom. The Jews
survived and prospered during
the rise of the modern world, be-
CONTINUED ON PAGE 60
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PHONE 7-3566
Season's Greetings to Our Many
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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1018 N. W. 2nd Street
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 *Jenisti fkric/trtr PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN GREETINGS FROM TEMPLE ISRAEL By DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi Emeritus, Temple Israel The great Isaiah in Chapter 53 has already warned us thousands of years ago, that we have been chosen by God to suffer for the sins of the nations, and thus bring redemption to the household of humanity. The unspeakuble leader of the German people today, has given us Jews the greatest compliment in the history of civilization. He has proclaimed to the world that if he can get rid of the Jews, the rest of the people can be handled very easily for his own purposes. A visiting professor at the University of Virginia told me plainly: "You Jews are always talking about justice; we do not want Sincere Wihet For A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. JOHN B. SEEDS PHONE 4-5625 1500 N. W. 26th Avenue Sincere Wishes for a Happy New Year to My Jewish Friendi Wiley's Dry Cleaners 113 S. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-3746 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR L. MURRAY DIXON ARCHITECT 1630 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH To Our Patrons and Friends A Most Happy New Year TRAIL TAVERN The Same Taaty Sandwiches WE DELIVER 905 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-9156 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC. 160 East Flagler Street We Like to Sell The KIMBALL BECAUSE it is tnado honestly of fine materials by expert workmen under the same family management and ownership since 1857. BECAUSE its price is not inflated against trade-in allowance, fictitious discounts and markdowns. BECAUSE like all excellent pianos it is sold on its own quality, not high pressure. There are more Kimball Pianos in America than any other make. Your Home Should Hare a New Kimball. CHARLES E. CASEY OWNEK ensey pin no co. 2019-2021-2023 Biscayne Bird. PHONE 2-7121 MIAMI. FLORIDA shortcomings may be, we have this great merit, we will not sell our passion for justice under any circumstances. I pray to God that we of the household of Israel may continue to be worthy of the compliment, even though it means suffering for our people, that through us the human family may enter into the kingdom of God on earth. May God bless you in the coming year and strengthen you, to hold on until the spirit of God shall cover the earth as the waters cover the sea. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan any justice." The persecutions of the Jews today, as in the past, are a compliment to the Jewish people, for we stand passionately for one thing, and that is for justice to all the human family, and those who do not want justice, certainly must hate us, for whatever our Season's Greetingi NORRIS W. BROADWAY AND ASSOCIATES GROWERS COLD STORAGE 1200 N. W. 22nd Street Phonea 3-1432—2-5061 President Roosevelt's Rosh Hashono Message SPEAKS MIND ON ANTI-SEMITISM (The following .tatement by Waldo Frank, outstanding novelist critic and essayist, was written in answer to a request by SEVEN ARTS FEATURE SYNDICATE and THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN for hl.op.n ion on the question: "HOW CAN JEWS IN AMERICA TODAY DEFEND THEMSELVES AGAINST THE THREAT OF ANTI-SEMIT. ISM?) By WALDO FRANK —To My Many Jewish Friends— Sincere New Year Greeting! GEORGE T. DAVIS REAL ESTATE Phone 4-2244 42 Almeria Ave. Washington (W N S)—Dedication to "the just cause of tolerance and peace" in order that "all peoples may live as equals" is urged by President Roosevelt in a message to the Jewish people of America on the occasion of the Hebrew New Year. The President's message follows: At this tragic hour in modern civilization I extend to the Jewish people of America my sincere greetings for the New Year, in the confident hope that the temporary darkness which appears to encompass the world shall not extinguish the light of liberty and the blessings of peace and freedom. Accordingly, with a united devotion to the just cause of tolerance and peace, we must redidicate ourselves to the task which lies before us in order that all peoples may live as equals. Franklin D. Roosevelt There is. of course, no panacea by which the Jews in America can eliminate anti-Semitism or with perfect success "defend themselves against it." The causes of anti-Semitism are complex, objective realities in the world: some of them psyhological and historic, some of them social and economic. Not the Jews, not any specific group or nation, can by any magic stamp out these realities; and they will exist until we all live Gentile and Jew ... in a maturer, better world. But the Jews can so act as to bring this world of tomorrow nearer. And insofar as by their individual and congregated action they work in this direction, they are contributing most for their own welfare. To this end, the Jews must A Happy New Year To All T. B. McGAHEY MOTOR CO.. INC. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 1930 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-2624 To Our Mans BYlendsj and Acquaintances—.Season's Greetings JOSEPH B. SCHWARTZ MORRIS SCHWARTZ FLORIDA PAINT CO. "No Job Too Small or Large" 628 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-3231 TO MY MANY FRIENDS May the New Year Bring You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity B. A. STEPHENS STEPHENS RESTAURANT Ph. 2-7742 38 W. Flagler St. To Our Patrons and Friends A Most Happy Now Year GORDON SHOP DuPont Bldg. Miami, Fla. To Our Many Friends and Customers We Extend Heartiest Greetings for the New Year and Wish You Abundant Happiness and Prosperity BURTON'S DRUG STORE 500 Ocean Drive Ph. 5-4488 —A Most Happy New Year— MIAMI MATTRESS MANUFACTURING CO. PHONE 2-7466 60 N. W. 13th Street SEASONS GREETINGS and Best Wishes ANDY'S RENDEZVOUS Sea Food—Steak—Chicken Dinners 6th Avenue and Tamiami Trail ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 300 S. Miami Avenue Phones 2-2262—2-3512 Best Wishes to All for a HAPPY NEW YEAR 1> PIG TRAIL INN Incorporated HERB FRINK "Where Service and Quality Reign Supreme" NEW YEAR GREETINGS BEACH GARAGE THE SOUTH'S MOST COMPLETE 110. Meridian Ave. Ph. 5-0403 RABBI and MRS. A. GOLDEN and FAMILY EXTEND Their Best Wishes for A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year to the Jewish Community of Miami and Miami Beach in particular, and to the House of Israel generally. NEW YEAR GREETINGS HOLLOPETER & POST REALTORS 151 N. E. 3rd St. Ph. 3-7376 New Year Greetings LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING LERETTE'S TRANSFER Moving Packing Crating Rapid, Dependable Service PHONE 2-7445 3325 N. W. 5th Avenue Sincere New Year Wishes To All Our Friends and Acquaintances E. F. CHAPLIN and ASSOCIATES HOPE SALES CO. 420 Lincoln Road Ph. 5.7331 2160 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph.3-3444 To Our Many Friends and Patrons A Most Happy New Year SHULL FURNITURE COMPANY AT OUR NEW MODERN LOCATION 1030 S. W. 8th STREET NEW YEAR GREETINGS CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Giralda Avenue CORAL GABLES PHONE 4-2424 Sincere New Year Greetings To All Our Friends EHRLICH BROTHERS WHOLESALE MEATS 3106 N. W. 102nd St. Ph 7-4460 "TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES — A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR" ENJOY THE BREEZES OF THE BEAUTIFUL BISCAYNE BAY AT THE Columbus Hole 50 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD The Hotel Towers 322 S. E. 2nd AVENUE '•OPEN THE YEAR AROUND" ally themselves openly and creatively and unafraid, as Jews, with the world's progressive forces. At present, their average allegiance here in America is with the corrupt middle classes whose sickness is manifest in the world's sick condition. O: this deep pathology. anti-Semitism is a symptom. The Jews survived and prospered during the rise of the modern world, beCONTINUED ON PAGE 60 HOLIDAY GREETINGS RODNEY MILLER BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Miami — Miami Beach Coral Gables HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL The Best Chop Suey in Town! CHICKEN CHOW MEIN I OKIO ROOF GARDEN 272 West Flagler Street Open All Summer NEW YEAR GREETINGS BISCAYNE LIQUOR STORE 3121 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-3566 Season's Greetings to Our Many Friends for A HAPPY NEW YEAR ORNAMENTAL GARDENS PHONE 2-0353 1018 N. W. 2nd Street TO OUR MANY FRIENDS— Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR BROOKS SPRINKLING SYSTEMS Ph. 3-8497 2140 N. Miami Ave. UNIFORMS We Specialize INDUSTRIAL UNIFORMS Lettered With Your Business Advertisement On Back of Each Garment Complete Line of Shirts. Pants, Cap*. Coveralls. 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PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT
MUSIC UNDER BLITZKREIG
By DANIEL SCHORR
The year 5701 has proved to be one
of great suffering for many people*.
Yet. even under the shadow and
amidst the destruction of the blltx-
kreig. the peoples' love of beauty
continues to persist and art. litera-
ture and music continue to survive.
In the following article. Daniel L.
Schorr presents this encompassing re-
view of the achievements Jews have
contributed to the field of music
throughout the world.
THE EDITOR
Music has the power to lead
men. The Pied Piper who con-
ducted the rats of Hamlin to their
destruction is the legendary sym-
bol of the might of melody. L'l-
s' men had to stop their ears
against the blandishing strains
of the sirens. "Finlandia" once
roused the Finnish people to na-
tionalistic demonstrations. It is
no accident that the military
band marches at the head of the
regiment
Nor is it fortuitous that hun-
dreds of thousands of people in
the occupied countries of Europe
today are softly whistling, or
singing secretly within their
hearts, the first four not
Beethoven's Fifth Symphony
the symbol of "V" for victory.
Men will rally around a tune.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
^
VORRiS KALER
Kaler Produce Co.
XX N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-5^97
It is one of today's great ironies
I that music, which in Europe has
j almost been prostrated by the
I war. is playing such a great part
in the conflict. Musicians are
' worried about, as Sir Thomas
i Beecham puts it. "the almost uni-
I versa 1 decline in musical creativ-
I ity." 'Wars, revolutions, have
not always affected arts, which
seem to live their own life, ac-
i cording to their own laws." Ern-
| est Bloch once told me. "But
| this is more than an ordinary
I war ..."
i The great orchestras of Europe
tilled, unable to make them-
heard against the Bi
of whistling bombs and the boom
of cannon. Many of tomorrow's
composers and musicians will
know no tomorrow, for they are
dead. In a great part of the
world the spirit which makes
music possible is dead, or has
gone into hiding for the duration.
In the past year, music has suf-
fered further ravages of war and
racialism.
In Paris, all Jews have been
expelled from orchestras and the
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
A. H. BRANNON
Vichy government has given or-
ders to orchestras to emphasize
i compositions by "Frenchmen."
The Reich Chamber of Music has
published a book entitled "Jews
: in Music," containing the names
of all Jews and "half-Jews" con-
: nected with the musical world, to
expedite their expulsion. Per-
haps Wagner, too. should be in-
cluded in the Nazi blacklist, for
in the past year Ernest Newman,
the famous British critic, has un-
earthed almost conclusive evi-
dence that Wagner was the son of
Ludwig Geyer. the Jewish-born
actor.
In embattled England many
musical activities have been hin-
d. red by the war. The famous
London Philharmonic orchestra
has been suspended. But the de-
sire for music, if anything, has
been increased by the strain of
the war. Myra Hess, the Jewish
pianist, has been conducting
noonday concerts in London's Na-
tional Gallery- attended by more
than 150.000 persons in a year
Miss Hiss was decorated by the
King for her work. Phonograph
sales are mounting to a new high
in England and many Englishmen
have taken to carting their gra-
maphones down into the subway
and air raid shelters with them.
Palestine, which was drawn in-
to the active theatre of war by
the battle in the Near East, nevi
theless continued her musical ac-
:. ties unflaggingly. The Pal-
tine Symphony Orchestra made
three tours of Egypt and gav< an
increased number of concerts in
the Holy Land. The Palestim
C '.: .: of Music, hampered
by inadequate funds, continued
its job of training new mui i
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
manv of them refugees rescued
from Europe. Palestine remains
one of the most musical countries
in the world. Jascha Heifetz
still relates that the most un-
usual audience reaction he found
in a million miles of world tour-
i ing was in the Holy Land.
The United States, in a sense,
has been a beneficiary of the des-
; truction of music in Europe.
Many of the Continent's great
composers and musicians have
transferred their activity to this
country, and men like Darius
Milhaud (French.) Mario Castel-
nuovo-Tedesco (Italian) and Ja-
romir Weinberger (Czech) have
found opportunity to produce in
the New World. Milhaud made
an appearance on the National
Broadcasting Company last
spring when one of his new
works was played, and Castel-
nuovo-Tedesco will have a new-
composition performed by the
New York Philharmonic-Sym-
phony this fall.
One hopes that America will
appreciate t h e contributions
which refugee musicians are
making and can make in this
country. There have been grow-
ing signs of some hostility to
refugees. For instance, Guy
Maier complained in the maga-
zine Etude of favoritism to "h,
foreign-born teacher or DerfnrT
er" and declared "we mu?^",
deprive our own young Am*-?
cans of their rightful cJS?
Even a composer as famous '
Howard Hanson wrote that on!
portunities for immigrant musi"
cians "must not be at the .
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PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT MUSIC UNDER BLITZKREIG By DANIEL SCHORR The year 5701 has proved to be one of great suffering for many people*. Yet. even under the shadow and amidst the destruction of the blltxkreig. the peoples' love of beauty continues to persist and art. literature and music continue to survive. In the following article. Daniel L. Schorr presents this encompassing review of the achievements Jews have contributed to the field of music throughout the world. —THE EDITOR Music has the power to lead men. The Pied Piper who conducted the rats of Hamlin to their destruction is the legendary symbol of the might of melody. L'ls' men had to stop their ears against the blandishing strains of the sirens. "•Finlandia" once roused the Finnish people to nationalistic demonstrations. It is no accident that the military band marches at the head of the regiment Nor is it fortuitous that hundreds of thousands of people in the occupied countries of Europe today are softly whistling, or singing secretly within their hearts, the first four not Beethoven's Fifth Symphony— the symbol of "V" for victory. Men will rally around a tune. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ^ VORRiS KALER Kaler Produce Co. %  XX N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-5^97 It is one of today's great ironies I that music, which in Europe has j almost been prostrated by the I war. is playing such a great part in the conflict. Musicians are worried about, as Sir Thomas i Beecham puts it. "the almost uniI versa 1 decline in musical creativI ity." 'Wars, revolutions, have %  not always affected arts, which seem to live their own life, aci cording to their own laws." Ern| est Bloch once told me. "But | this is more than an ordinary I war ..." i The great orchestras of Europe tilled, unable to make themheard against the Bi of whistling bombs and the boom of cannon. Many of tomorrow's composers and musicians will know no tomorrow, for they are dead. In a great part of the world the spirit which makes music possible is dead, or has gone into hiding for the duration. In the past year, music has suffered further ravages of war and racialism. In Paris, all Jews have been expelled from orchestras and the NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL A. H. BRANNON Vichy government has given orders to orchestras to emphasize i compositions by "Frenchmen." The Reich Chamber of Music has published a book entitled "Jews : in Music," containing the names of all Jews and "half-Jews" con: nected with the musical world, to expedite their expulsion. Perhaps Wagner, too. should be included in the Nazi blacklist, for in the past year Ernest Newman, the famous British critic, has unearthed almost conclusive evidence that Wagner was the son of Ludwig Geyer. the Jewish-born actor. In embattled England many musical activities have been hind. red by the war. The famous London Philharmonic orchestra has been suspended. But the desire for music, if anything, has been increased by the strain of the war. Myra Hess, the Jewish pianist, has been conducting noonday concerts in London's National Galleryattended by more than 150.000 persons in a year Miss Hiss was decorated by the King for her work. Phonograph sales are mounting to a new high in England and many Englishmen have taken to carting their gramaphones down into the subway and air raid shelters with them. Palestine, which was drawn into the active theatre of war by the battle in the Near East, nevi theless continued her musical ac%  : ties unflaggingly. The Paltine Symphony Orchestra made three tours of Egypt and gav< an increased number of concerts in the Holy Land. The Palestim C • %  •'.:• .: of Music, hampered by inadequate funds, continued its job of training new mui i FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 manv of them refugees rescued from Europe. Palestine remains one of the most musical countries in the world. Jascha Heifetz still relates that the most unusual audience reaction he found in a million miles of world touri ing was in the Holy Land. The United States, in a sense, has been a beneficiary of the des; truction of music in Europe. Many of the Continent's great composers and musicians have transferred their activity to this country, and men like Darius Milhaud (French.) Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (Italian) and Jaromir Weinberger (Czech) have found opportunity to produce in the New World. Milhaud made an appearance on the National Broadcasting Company last spring when one of his new works was played, and Castelnuovo-Tedesco will have a newcomposition performed by the New York Philharmonic-Symphony this fall. One hopes that America will appreciate t h e contributions which refugee musicians are making and can make in this country. There have been growing signs of some hostility to refugees. For instance, Guy Maier complained in the magazine Etude of favoritism to "H, foreign-born teacher or DerfnrT er" and declared "we mu?^", deprive our own young Am*-? cans of their rightful cJS? Even a composer as f amous Howard Hanson wrote that on! portunities for immigrant mus i" cians "must not be at the CONTINUED ON PAGE ( %  NEW YEAR GREETINGS JOHNSON & AMICON 1027 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 32-1-7 HAPPY NEW YEAR PHIL DAVIS, Inc. CLOTHING 118 East Flagler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Beach Chemical Co. ANCHOR BRAND PRODUCTS Hotel. Janitor. Sanitary Supplies Deodorants. Disinfectants PHONE 5-4353 824 1st St. Miami Beach ROWLAND P EVANS Best Wishes To Our Many Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR y INVESTORS SYNDICATE Congress Building PHONE 2-2661 MR. and MRS. RUBIN FEINBERG of the FRED MARTIN APARTMENTS 1608 Drexel Arenu* problems. P. O. Box 4473 You'll find him well Qualified to of. //• o not re Pf 1 ler helpful suggestions, and tJOtr to LOHAL n BL r •*• you n 'wi,h" mpl any oec '" c ? rm The Shelby Salesbook Co. For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal A HAPPY NEW YEAR FRIGID A I R E Kirby-Tuttle Co.. Inc. Refrigerators. Ranges. Water Heaters. Commercial Water Coolers AIR CONDITIONING •5 W. Flagler St. Ph. MIAMI, FLORIDA Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAl SAGE C\0. PRODUCTS Delicious ,Corned Beet Pickled. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941
*Jewisfi fhrrrtttr
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Ik hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Nam'- Statute," Hoime Hill No. 1175,
Chapter N. 20953. laws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court. In and for Dade
County, Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wit: MII,Ht!RN
1IOTKI, under which we are engaged
in business at Number 1390 Ocean
Drive, in the City of Miami licach.
That the parties interested In said
business enterprise, are as follows:
A. FINl.KY HINDER
I.ILI.IE HLUMENKRANZ
MAX RAYMOND SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
Dated at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, August 21. 1941.
8/29 9/I.-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
IRVING TASHMAN is engaged In
business under the fictitious name of
' THE CODY CO. (not inc.) at 808-
814 N. Miami Ave.. Miami. Dade
Count v. Florida and Intends to regls-
t. -..icl fictitious name in the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florid^ TA8HMAN
QEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicant
9/5-13-19-34J 10/3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(' SCHMIT7. is engaged in business
under the fictitious name of THE
STYLE CLEANERS & Ul'.NDR) at
309 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Dade
Countv. Florida, and Intends to regis-
Iter said fictitious name in the Office
[of the clerk of the Circuit Court of
I Dade County, Florida. _
I C. SCHMITZ
[GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicant
|9/.'.-l2-19-26 10/3________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[TO WHOM IT MAY CONCI-.RN:
I Notice is hereby given that the un-
I neraunied, pursuant to the r Ictltioua
iName Statute." Hou.se 11111 No 1175,
Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941.
will renter with the Clerk ot the
Circuit Court, in and for D.ide Coun-
Itv. Florida, upon receipt of proo. of
publication of this notice, thefleti-
out name. to-wit: PEOPLES
CASH STORE under which I am en-
feag<-d in business at Number 21.8
North West Seventh Avenue, in tho
ICitv of Miami. Florida.
That the party Interested in said
busings -terprise^as M*,
Dated at Miami. Dade County.
Florida. September 2, 1941.
P/5-12-19-26 10/3________________________
, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Bi M DREWICH is engaged in busl-
ines* under the fictitious name of B.
A M. CLEANERS at 6 S. W. 2nd
lAvenue, Miami. Dade County. lor-
Wdn, and intends to register said flo-
lutloiis name in the Office of the
^lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ^ DREWICH.
JBORGE CHERTKOF.
|Att< |/r,-12-19-26 10/3 ^^___^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW______
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
LrBtaned. pursuan to tho ^l,,'0-T
Name SUitute." House Bill No. ll..>.
Chapter 30953. I-iw. of EUjrMa. 1941
will register with the Clerk of the
Cir nit Court, in and for Dade Coun-
ty Florida, upon receipt of proof of
EuWation of this "V0,tfi YOiik
llous name, to-wit: HOTEL YOKK
tender which I am engaged in busl-
rfe*., at Number 321 Collins Avenue.
Bn the Citv of Miami Beach. Florida.
trEat the party interested In, said
iulneM enterprise. ^^'^0.
I Dated at Miami Beach. Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. September 2. 1941.
1/5-12-19-28 10/3______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW____
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given that the un-
Serylgncd. pursuant to the 'Irtctltl >"*
Name Statute." House Bill No. 1 <.
Chapter 30958. I-aws of Florida. 1941
will register with the Clerk of the
Piuit Court. In and for Dade Coun-
Fy Florida, upon receipt of proo of
fnbltcation of this notice, toe floU-
lious name, to-wit: SUNGAS COM-
PANY under which I am "*}.
business at Number 1100 West Flag-
|er Street, in the City of Miami. Flor-
'dlThat the party interested in said
pusimss enterprise, ls as follows.
fjBORGE LVNtiWt.
Sole Owner.
. Dated at Miami. I*ide County.
Florida, August 29, 1941.
P/5-12-19-26 10/3________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ro whom IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby giver, tha the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the l'irimou
lam.. Statute." House1 Bill No. .
Ehapter 20963, Laws of g "l".,la-."V;
twill register with tho Clerk Of the
Vircult Court, In and for Dado oun-
br. Florida, upon receipt or 01
publication of this notice, the fl -
Sous name, to-wit: GRIFFIN and
BAUER under which we are engagea
business al Number 101 Washing-
,n Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida
r That the parties Interested lit saw
PslneSS enterprise are M fellows.
ROBERT I! GRIHUN
WALTER BAUER
.Dated at Miami Beach. Dade
ouniv. Florida, August 28, 1941.
19-26 10/3 ^_________________
Nonce is hereby given that the un-
fersi>yi.-d, pursuant U> the fictitious
Erne Statute." House Hill No. 1176.
{nan:. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1 Ml,
Mil register with the I jerk of the
Brerlit Curt. In and for Ikulo Coun-
T Florida, the fictitious name.to-
il: ATLANTIC SINI'KY & SODA
tor under whtoh 1 ""??,,'"
fsln-s at Number 144.1 Collins
emie. In the City of Miami Reach.
That' the party interested In sold
UnesH enterprise. *-h as follows
LEON W. GARDNER,
pat.d at Miami Beach. Dade
Jintv Florida. August 30. 1941.
f-12-19-26 10/3
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute," Hoiwe Bill No. 117.',.
Chapter No. 2nr.3. Ixiws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court. In and for Dade
County. Florida, U|n,n receipt of proof
of tho publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wit: HORSESHOE
BAR under which w.. are engaged in
business at number 160 West Flagler
Street, in the City of Miami. Florida.
That the parties interested In said
business enterprise, are as follows:
MCRltAY HASCHLER
ISADORE BECK
Dated at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, August 22. 1941.
I 29 9/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, Pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute," House Bill No. HT.'i.
Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Florida.
1941. will register with the clerk of
the Circuit Court, in and for Dade
County. Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wlt: BRYAN PARK
PHARMACY under which I urn en-
gaged in business at number 2800
South West 8th Street, in the City of
Miami. Florida.
That the party Interested in wild
business enterprle. is as follows:
CHAS. M. TANENBAUM
Dated at Miami. Dade County,
Florida. August 27. 1941.
8/29 9/3-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the. un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175,
Chapter No. 209.">3. Laws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court. In and for Dade
County. Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the" publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wit: FIRST
I'oniT REPAIR SHOP under which
I am engaged in business at number
100 South West First Street, in the
City of Miami. Florida.
That the party interested in said
business enterprise Is as follows:
FRED WIIJvIK
Dated at Miami. Dade County.
Florida. August 26. 1941.
8/29 9/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." Houso Bill No. 1175,
Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida.
1941, will register with tho Clerk of
the Circuit Court, in and for Dade
County. Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wit: ROYAL SHOE
HOSPITAL, CLEANING & LAUN-
DRY, under which I am engaged in
business at number 22'.' West Flagler
Street, in the City of Miami. Florida.
9/12-19-26 10/3-1O
That the party Interested In said
business, enterprise. Is as follows:
MAX I SAMUELS
Dated at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, August 25. 1941.
8/29 9/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute," House Bill No. 1175.
Chapter No. 209.">S. Laws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, in and for Dade
County. Florida, upon receipt of proof
of tho publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wit: ROYAL
LEATHER COMPANY under which
I am engaged In business at number
225 West Flagler Street, in the City
of Miami. Florida.
That the party interested In said
business enterprise, is as follows:
A. H MA CRICK
Dated at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, August 25. 1941.
8/29 9/6-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175,
. 'hairier No. 20953. Laws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, in and for Dade
County. Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wit: FIFTH AVE-
NUE SUNDRIES under which we
are engaged in business at number
743 North West Fifth Avenue, in the
Citv of Miami. Florlda-
That the parties interested in said
business enterprise, are as follows
C. HALlii NE
.11 MM IK JAMES
Dated at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, August 2.'. 1941.
8/89 9 TL12-19-J6
LEGAL NOTICES
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given thai we. the
undersigned, pursuant to Chapter No.
20963, Laws of Florida, 1^". will reg-
ister with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court. Dade County, Florida, ui>on
receipt of publication or' this notice,
the name AUGUST BAKERY under
which w.- ere doing business at 361
S W. 8 St Miami. Florida
OERSON AUGUST
SAM AUGUST
HARRY AUGUST
LOUIS AUGUST
MAX RAYMOND SILVER
Attomoj for Appiimnts
B 22 29 9/8-12-19
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to Chapter No.
20958, Caws of Florida. 1941. will reg-
ister with the Clerk of the Circuit
Qpurt. Dade County. Florida, ujm.ii
receipt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the name of AUTO COL-
LISION WORKS doing business at
125 N K. 18 St., Miami, Florida.
CHA RLES WINK El .M A N
WILLIAM WINKELMAN
MAX RAYMOND SILVER
attorney for Applicants
8/22-29 9/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175.
Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court. In and for Dade
County. Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the Publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wlt: CAI'T. AL'S
FISH MARKET under which I am
engaged in business at Number 2321
Southwest 17 Ave., in the City of
Miami. Florida.
That the party Interested In said
business enterprise, is as follows:
C. ALLISTER OIKLE
Dated at Miami. Dade County.
Florida. August 21. 1941.
8/22-29 9/C-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175.
Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court. In and for Dade
County. Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wit: DIXIE DE-
PARTMENT STORE under which I
am engaged in business at number
3354 Douglas Road, in the City of
Coconut Grove (Miami), Florida.
That the party Interested In said
business enterprise is as follows:
Sole Owner
SAMUEL HAAS
Dated at Miami, Dade County.
Florida, August 24. 1941.
8/29 9/5-12-19-26
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACKERMAN MORTGAGE AQENI 1
Intends to register the said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. ____-,. M
LEO ACKBRMAN
WILLIAM W1LKINS
9/5-12-19-26 10/3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, pursuant to the
"Fictitious Name Statute,' House
Bill NO. H75. Chapter 20953. Laws Of
Florida, 1941. will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for
Dad- County. Florida, the fictitious
name, to-wlt: BOLE8TA VILLAS,
undo! which we are engaged in busi-
ness at Number S14 Lenox Avenue, In
the City of Miami Beach. Florida.
That tlie parties interested In said
business enterprise are as follows:
SOLOOLDMAN
B8TELLE GOLDMAN
JOSEPH A HERMAN
Attorney for Applicants
9/12-19-26 10/3-10 _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175.
Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida,
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, in and for I>ade
County, Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wlt: "THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN." under which we
are engaged in business at 21 S. W.
2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida.
ETHEL SHOCHET
FRED K SIloCHHT
STAN1.EY C. MYEI'.S. Atfy.
SOS Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
8/22-29 9/5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of M'AMl BEACH PHOTO BUPPL1
at 601 Collins Ave. and 621 Washing-
ton Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Bade County. Florida. ___,,
MORTY GOTTLIEB
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of "AMBOY HOUSE" Intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida,
MRS. dora MBBERMAN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO.,
at 47 N. E. 25th St.. Miami. Florida,
intend to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
NATHAN ADELMAN
CHARLES ADELMAN
MAROE ADELMAN
9/12-19-26 10/3-1O
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of WILDCAT FIVE & TEN DEBT
ST. IRE, at 3725 S. W. 8th St.. Miami,
Florida, intends to register the Bald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
.1 BNEIDER
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175.
Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, in and for Dade
Countv. Florida. u|s>n receipt of proof
of the publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wlt: GRAHAM
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE under which
I am engaged in business at number
61 North East 9th Street, in the City
of Miami. Florida.
That the 'party interested in said
business enterprise, is as follows:
A. E. DKTWILER
Dated at Miami. Dade County,
Florida. August 25. 1941.
8/29 9/5-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of WILDCAT CLEANERS, at 5729 S.
W. Sth St.. Miami. Florida. Intends
to register the s.ii.i name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
BENJAMIN SCHULTZ
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
PAGE FIFTY-NINE
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fic-
titious Name Statute." House BUI No.
1175, Chapter No. 80958, I-aws of Flor-
ida, 1941. will register with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade.
County. Florida, the fictitious name,
to-wlt': GORDON MONUMENT CO
under which I am engaged in business
in the City of Miami. Florida.
That the party Interested In said
business enterprise. Is as follows:
EMANUEL GORDON
DAVE FRANK
Attorney for Applicant
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha'
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI WIPING CLOTH COM-
PANY, at 1649 N. W. Third Ave .
Miami, Florida, intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of th*
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
SAMUEL M. KIRSTE1N
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha".
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PEOPLES TRADING CO.. at 172
N. W. Fifth St Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
AIJCX GOLDSTEIN
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
LOUIS SILVERMAN is engaged in
business under the fictitious name of
SILVER PAINT CO. (not inc.) at 60::
Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Dade
Countv. Florida and 269 West Flagler
St.. Miami. Dade County. Florida, and
Intends to register said fictitious
name in the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
I.nl'lS SILVERMAN
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicant
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TROPICAL KNITWER CO.. in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad. County. Florida.
FRANK EPSTEIN
9/12-19-26 10/3__________________________
^bTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MUMS CREDIT STORE, at 944 N
W. 2nd Ave.. Miami, Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
' '..urir \. Florida.
MARTY MILSTEIN
I.OCIS SHAFF
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to tho "Fictitious
Name Statute," lions,- Bill No. 1175.
Chapter 20968, Laws of Florida. 1911,
will register with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, In and for D.uie Coun-
tv. Florida, upon receipt of proof of
publication of this notice, the ficti-
tious name, to-wit: MUSS PRINT-
ING r'.i. wilder whi.-h we are en-
gaged In business at Number 245 Col-
lins Avenue, in the City of Miami
Beach. Florida.
That the parties interested In said
business enterprise are as follows:
BEATRICE MOUSS
MARVIN Moss
Dated at Miami, Dade County,
Florida. September 2. 1941.
9/5-12^19-2* 10/3
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." House Bill No. 1178,
Chapter 20958, Laws of Florida, 1941,
will register with the Clerk of tho
Circuit Court, in and for Dad- Coun;
tv. Florida, the fictitious name, to-
wit: FLAMINGO COFFEE AND TEA
COMPANY under which we are en-
gaged in business at Numlier 14
BOUth West Second Avenue, in the
1 !ity of Miami, Florida
That the parties interested in laid
business enterprise are as follows:
II A SEGAL
DAVID MELTZER
9/5-12-19-26 10/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
TO WHoM IT MAY CONCERN
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant r.. the Fictitious
Name Statute." House Bill No. 1176,
Chapter No. 80958, Laws of Florida.
1941, win register with the Clerk .;f
the circuit Court, in and for Dade
County, Florida. upon receipt of
proof of the publication of this notice.
the fictitious name. tO-Wlt; MIAMI
BEACH BOWLING ALLEYS under
which I am engaged in busire
number 161 Alton Road, in the city
of Mian, Beach, Florida.
That the party Interested In said
business enterprise, la as follows:
LEONARD BELDNBR
Dated at Miami Beach. Dade Coun-
tv. Florida. Sept 2, 1941.
9/5-12-19-26 10/3
Notice is hereby given that the rin-
ned, pursuant t" the "Fictitious
Name Statute." lb .rise Bill No. 1175.
Chanter 20963, Laws of Florida. 1941,
will register with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court. In and for Dad- I
tv, Florida, the fictitious name, to-
wit: HUB FOOD CENTER under
which 1 am engaged In business at
2869 South West 27th Avenue. In the
City of Miami, Florida
Thai the party interested in said
business enterprise, Is as follows
ISRAEL S. SHAPOFF
9/6-13-19-26 10/3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the under signed, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DALLAS PARK GROCERY at 116
B. E. 3rd St.. intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROSE MELJNSON
9/5-12-19-26 10/3
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, doing business as "DI'R-
AB'LT SHOE REBUILDERS" will
reg. d.r said name with the Clerk of
the 'ir.uit Court. Dade County. Flor-
ida upon receipt of proof of the publi-
cation of this notice, pursuant to
Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941.
HARRY SADOLF.
9/12-19-26 11 8-10
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of KODAX CENTER at 213 5th St.,
Miami Beach. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MORTY GOTTLIEB
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rti- undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under- the fictitious name
of LINCOLN LUQGAQE SHOP, at
606 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, int. 11.1- register the said name
with the Clerk ol the circuit 1 ourt
of Dade County. Florida
ALEX GOLDSTEIN
9/13-19-86 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BEACH PLAZA HOTEL, at 1401
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida.
intend t.....glster the said name with
the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ALEX GOLDSTEIN
JULIUS SIMPSON
9 '12-19-36 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag-"
in business under the fictitious name
of EAST COAST RADIO PARTS, at
433 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Florida.
Intend to register the said name with
the Clerk Of the circuit Court of
Dad.- County. Flori.la.
II HELIJSR
WM. S1ELER
SILVER & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
9/12-19-26 10/3-10 ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of lll'TH'S GIFT SHOP, at 435 Col-
lins Ave., Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Samuel a. goodman
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
LOUIS SILVERMAN is engaged In
business under the fictitious name of
ELBE APARTMENTS at 657 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach, l>ade County.
Mori.la. and intends to register said
fictitious name In the office of th*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
LOUIS SILVERMAN
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attornev for Applicant
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
111 business under the fictitious name
of BMITTY'S DAY ft NIGHT GAR-
AGE, at 225 N" \V 1st Court. Miami.
Florida, Intends to register the Bald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
W H SMITH
SILVER ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of JOE AND HYM'S in Taylor's Drug
St...... at 210 :".'th St.. Miami Beach,
Florida, intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
JOSEPH MECHLOW
IIYMAN GOTTESMAN
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned Special Master In
Chancery, by virtue of the Final De-
er.....>f foreclosure entered In that
certain ... is.- pending In the circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
of Florida, In and for Dade County, in
Chancery, being case No. 70019.
1 Georgian Finance Company
is plaintiff, and l*inny McKay la de-
fendant, will on Monday. October- ri.
1941. between the hours of eleven
O'clock A. M. and two o'clock P, M at
the South Front 1 >oor of the County
Court House in Miami. Flori.la, offer
for sale ,nu\ sell at public outcry, to
the best and highest bidder for cash.
the following described real chattel
to wit: 1937 Oldsmoblle; model. F37.
engine number, P800849; factory no.
i'i-....iv license, ID-17728, to satisfy
S.il.1 decree .111.1 all COStl
SAMUEL RUBIN
Special Master in Cha
JOSEPH A. HERMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
9/5-12-19-26 10/3
Notice to
Business Men
As required by Chapter
20953 of the Public Acts
oi Florida ior the year
1941 all persons doing
business under names
other than their own pro-
per name must register
with the Clerk oi Circuit
Court the name ol their
business and the owners
name. This law is im-
portant to every business
man.
The Jewish Floridian
will publish your legal
notice of intention to reg-
ister your name, a re-
quirement necessary be-
fore registering.



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941 *Jewisfi fhrrrtttr LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice IK hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Nam'Statute," Hoime Hill No. 1175, Chapter N. 20953. laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and for Dade County, Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: MII,Ht!RN 1IOTKI, under which we are engaged in business at Number 1390 Ocean Drive, in the City of Miami licach. That the parties interested In said business enterprise, are as follows: A. FINl.KY HINDER I.ILI.IE HLUMENKRANZ MAX RAYMOND SILVER Attorney for Applicants Dated at Miami. Dade County. Florida, August 21. 1941. 8/29 9/I.-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IRVING TASHMAN is engaged In business under the fictitious name of THE CODY CO. (not inc.) at 808814 N. Miami Ave.. Miami. Dade Count v. Florida and Intends to reglst. -..icl fictitious name in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florid^ TA8HMAN QEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicant 9/5-13-19-34J 10/3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that (' SCHMIT7. is engaged in business under the fictitious name of THE STYLE CLEANERS & Ul'.NDR) at 309 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Dade Countv. Florida, and Intends to regisIter said fictitious name in the Office [of the clerk of the Circuit Court of I Dade County, Florida. I C. SCHMITZ [GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicant |9/.'.-l219-26 10/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [TO WHOM IT MAY CONCI-.RN: I Notice is hereby given that the unI neraunied, pursuant to the r Ictltioua iName Statute." Hou.se 11111 No 1175, %  Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. %  will renter with the Clerk ot the %  Circuit Court, in and for D.ide CounItv. Florida, upon receipt of proo. of %  publication of this notice, thefleti%  out name. to-wit: PEOPLES %  CASH STORE under which I am enfeag<-d in business at Number 21.8 %  North West Seventh Avenue, in tho ICitv of Miami. Florida. That the party Interested in said busings -terprise^as M* !" Dated at Miami. Dade County. %  Florida. September 2, 1941. P/5-1219-26 10/3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Bi M DREWICH is engaged in buslines* under the fictitious name of B. A M. CLEANERS at 6 S. W. 2nd lAvenue, Miami. Dade County. lorWdn, and intends to register said flolutloiis name in the Office of the ^lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ^ DRE WICH. %  JBORGE CHERTKOF. |Att<. Chapter 30953. I-iw. of EUjrMa. 1941 will register with the Clerk of the Cir nit Court, in and for Dade County Florida, upon receipt of proof of EuWation of this "V 0 ,TFI YOiik llous name, to-wit: HOTEL YOKK tender which I am engaged in buslrfe*., at Number 321 Collins Avenue. Bn the Citv of Miami Beach. Florida. trEat the party interested In, said iulneM enterprise. ^^'^0. I Dated at Miami Beach. Dade County, Florida. September 2. 1941. 1/5-12-19-28 10/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Notice is hereby given that the unSerylgncd. pursuant to the 'Irtctltl >"* Name Statute." House Bill No. 1 < %  Chapter 30958. I-aws of Florida. 1941 will register with the Clerk of the Piuit Court. In and for Dade CounFy Florida, upon receipt of proo of fnbltcation of this notice, toe floUlious name, to-wit: SUNGAS COMPANY under which I am •"£*•}. !" business at Number 1100 West Flag|er Street, in the City of Miami. Flor' dl That the party interested in said pusimss enterprise, LS as follows. fjBORGE LVNtiWt. Sole Owner. Dated at Miami. I*ide County. %  Florida, August 29, 1941. P/5-12-19 -26 10/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ro WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby giver, tha the undersigned, pursuant to the l'irimou lam.. Statute." House1 Bill No. Ehapter 20963, Laws of g l ". ,la -."V; twill register with tho Clerk Of the Vircult Court, In and for Dado ounbr. Florida, upon receipt or 01 publication of this notice, the fl Sous name, to-wit: GRIFFIN and BAUER under which we are engagea business al Number 101 Washing,n Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida r That the parties Interested lit saw PslneSS enterprise are M fellows. ROBERT I! GRIHUN WALTER BAUER .Dated at Miami Beach. Dade %  ouniv. Florida, August 28, 1941. %  19-26 10/3 ^ Nonce is hereby given that the unfersi>yi.-d, pursuant U> the fictitious Erne Statute." House Hill No. 1176. {nan:. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1 Ml, Mil register with the I jerk of the Brerlit Curt. In and for Ikulo CounT Florida, the fictitious name.toil: ATLANTIC SINI'KY & SODA tor under whtoh 1 %  "•"•??,,'" f sln„-s at Number 144.1 Collins emie. In the City of Miami Reach. That' the party interested In sold UnesH enterprise. *-H as follows %  LEON W. GARDNER, pat.d at Miami Beach. Dade Jintv Florida. August 30. 1941. f-12-19-26 10/3 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," Hoiwe Bill No. 117.',. Chapter No. 2nr.3. Ixiws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and for Dade County. Florida, U|n,n receipt of proof of tho publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: HORSESHOE BAR under which w.. are engaged in business at number 160 West Flagler Street, in the City of Miami. Florida. That the parties interested In said business enterprise, are as follows: MCRltAY HASCHLER ISADORE BECK Dated at Miami. Dade County, Florida, August 22. 1941. I 29 9/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, Pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," House Bill No. HT.'i. Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wlt: BRYAN PARK PHARMACY under which I urn engaged in business at number 2800 South West 8th Street, in the City of Miami. Florida. That the party Interested in wild business enterprle. is as follows: CHAS. M. TANENBAUM Dated at Miami. Dade County, Florida. August 27. 1941. 8/29 9/3-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the. undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175, Chapter No. 209.">3. Laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the" publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: FIRST I'oniT REPAIR SHOP under which I am engaged in business at number 100 South West First Street, in the City of Miami. Florida. That the party interested in said business enterprise Is as follows: FRED WIIJvIK Dated at Miami. Dade County. Florida. August 26. 1941. 8/29 9/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." Houso Bill No. 1175, Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941, will register with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: ROYAL SHOE HOSPITAL, CLEANING & LAUNDRY, under which I am engaged in business at number 22'.' West Flagler Street, in the City of Miami. Florida. 9/12-19-26 10/3-1O That the party Interested In said business, enterprise. Is as follows: MAX I SAMUELS Dated at Miami. Dade County, Florida, August 25. 1941. 8/29 9/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," House Bill No. 1175. Chapter No. 209.">S. Laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of tho publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: ROYAL LEATHER COMPANY under which I am engaged In business at number 225 West Flagler Street, in the City of Miami. Florida. That the party interested In said business enterprise, is as follows: A. H MA CRICK Dated at Miami. Dade County. Florida, August 25. 1941. 8/29 9/6-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175, 'hairier No. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: FIFTH AVENUE SUNDRIES under which we are engaged in business at number 743 North West Fifth Avenue, in the Citv of Miami. FlorldaThat the parties interested in said business enterprise, are as follows C. HALlii NE .11 MM IK JAMES Dated at Miami, Dade County, Florida, August 2.'. 1941. 8/89 9 TL12-19-J6 LEGAL NOTICES TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given thai we. the undersigned, pursuant to Chapter No. 20963, Laws of Florida, 1^". will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida, ui>on receipt of publication or' this notice, the name AUGUST BAKERY under which w.ere doing business at 361 S W. 8 St Miami. Florida OERSON AUGUST SAM AUGUST HARRY AUGUST LOUIS AUGUST MAX RAYMOND SILVER Attomoj for Appiimnts B 22 29 9/8-12-19 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to Chapter No. 20958, Caws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Qpurt. Dade County. Florida, UJM.II receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the name of AUTO COLLISION WORKS doing business at 125 N K. 18 St., Miami, Florida. CHA RLES WINK El .M A N WILLIAM WINKELMAN MAX RAYMOND SILVER attorney for Applicants 8/22-29 9/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175. Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the Publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wlt: CAI'T. AL'S FISH MARKET under which I am engaged in business at Number 2321 Southwest 17 Ave., in the City of Miami. Florida. That the party Interested In said business enterprise, is as follows: C. ALLISTER OIKLE Dated at Miami. Dade County. Florida. August 21. 1941. 8/22-29 9/C-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175. Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: DIXIE DEPARTMENT STORE under which I am engaged in business at number 3354 Douglas Road, in the City of Coconut Grove (Miami), Florida. That the party Interested In said business enterprise is as follows: Sole Owner SAMUEL HAAS Dated at Miami, Dade County. Florida, August 24. 1941. 8/29 9/5-12-19-26 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ACKERMAN MORTGAGE AQENI 1 Intends to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ____-,. M LEO ACKBRMAN WILLIAM W1LKINS 9/5-12-19-26 10/3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute,' House Bill NO. H75. Chapter 20953. Laws Of Florida, 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for DadCounty. Florida, the fictitious name, to-wlt: BOLE8TA VILLAS, undo! which we are engaged in business at Number S14 Lenox Avenue, In the City of Miami Beach. Florida. That tlie parties interested In said business enterprise are as follows: SOLOOLDMAN B8TELLE GOLDMAN JOSEPH A HERMAN Attorney for Applicants 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175. Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida, 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for I>ade County, Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wlt: "THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN." under which we are engaged in business at 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida. ETHEL SHOCHET FRED K SIloCHHT STAN1.EY C. MYEI'.S. Atfy. SOS Seybold Building Miami. Florida 8/22-29 9/5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of M'AMl BEACH PHOTO BUPPL1 at 601 Collins Ave. and 621 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade County. Florida. ___,, MORTY GOTTLIEB 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of "AMBOY HOUSE" Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, MRS. DORA MBBERMAN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO., at 47 N. E. 25th St.. Miami. Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NATHAN ADELMAN CHARLES ADELMAN MAROE ADELMAN 9/12-19-26 10/3-1O NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WILDCAT FIVE & TEN DEBT ST. IRE, at 3725 S. W. 8th St.. Miami, Florida, intends to register the Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. .1 BNEIDER 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175. Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade Countv. Florida. u|s>n receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wlt: GRAHAM AUTOMOBILE SERVICE under which I am engaged in business at number 61 North East 9th Street, in the City of Miami. Florida. That the 'party interested in said business enterprise, is as follows: A. E. DKTWILER Dated at Miami. Dade County, Florida. August 25. 1941. 8/29 9/5-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WILDCAT CLEANERS, at 5729 S. W. Sth St.. Miami. Florida. Intends to register the s.ii.i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida BENJAMIN SCHULTZ 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 PAGE FIFTY-NINE LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House BUI No. 1175, Chapter No. 80958, I-aws of Florida, 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade. County. Florida, the fictitious name, to-wlt': GORDON MONUMENT CO under which I am engaged in business in the City of Miami. Florida. That the party Interested In said business enterprise. Is as follows: EMANUEL GORDON DAVE FRANK Attorney for Applicant 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha' the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI WIPING CLOTH COMPANY, at 1649 N. W. Third Ave Miami, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of th* Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL M. KIRSTE1N 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha". the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PEOPLES TRADING CO.. at 172 N. W. Fifth St„ Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AIJCX GOLDSTEIN 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LOUIS SILVERMAN is engaged in business under the fictitious name of SILVER PAINT CO. (not inc.) at 60:: Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Dade Countv. Florida and 269 West Flagler St.. Miami. Dade County. Florida, and Intends to register said fictitious name in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorI.nl'lS SILVERMAN GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicant 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL KNITWER CO.. intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County. Florida. FRANK EPSTEIN 9/12-19 -26 10/3 ^bTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MUMS CREDIT STORE, at 944 N W. 2nd Ave.. Miami, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade '..urir \. Florida. MARTY MILSTEIN I.OCIS SHAFF 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to tho "Fictitious Name Statute," lions,Bill No. 1175. Chapter 20968, Laws of Florida. 1911, will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for D.uie Countv. Florida, upon receipt of proof of publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: MUSS PRINTING r'.i. wilder whi.-h we are engaged In business at Number 245 Collins Avenue, in the City of Miami Beach. Florida. That the parties interested In said business enterprise are as follows: BEATRICE MOUSS MARVIN Moss Dated at Miami, Dade County, Florida. September 2. 1941. 9/5-12^19-2* 10/3 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 1178, Chapter 20958, Laws of Florida, 1941, will register with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court, in and for DadCoun ; tv. Florida, the fictitious name, towit: FLAMINGO COFFEE AND TEA COMPANY under which we are engaged in business at Numlier 14 BOUth West Second Avenue, in the 1 !ity of Miami, Florida That the parties interested in laid business enterprise are as follows: II A SEGAL DAVID MELTZER 9/5-12-19-26 10/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHoM IT MAY CONCERN Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant r.. the %  Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 1176, Chapter No. 80958, Laws of Florida. 1941, win register with the Clerk .;f the circuit Court, in and for Dade County, Florida. upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice. the fictitious name. tO-Wlt; MIAMI BEACH BOWLING ALLEYS under which I am engaged in busire number 161 Alton Road, in the city of Mian, Beach, Florida. That the party Interested In said business enterprise, la as follows: LEONARD BELDNBR Dated at Miami Beach. Dade Countv. Florida. Sept 2, 1941. 9/5-12-19-26 10/3 Notice is hereby given that the rinned, pursuant t" the "Fictitious Name Statute." lb .rise Bill No. 1175. Chanter 20963, Laws of Florida. 1941, will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and for DadI tv, Florida, the fictitious name, towit: HUB FOOD CENTER under which 1 am engaged In business at 2869 South West 27th Avenue. In the City of Miami, Florida Thai the party interested in said business enterprise, Is as follows ISRAEL S. SHAPOFF 9/6-13-19-26 10/3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DALLAS PARK GROCERY at 116 B. E. 3rd St.. intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE MELJNSON 9/5-12-19-26 10/3 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, doing business as "DI'RAB'LT SHOE REBUILDERS" will reg. d.r said name with the Clerk of the 'ir.uit Court. Dade County. Florida upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, pursuant to Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. HARRY SADOLF. 9/12-19-26 11 8-10 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that th. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KODAX CENTER at 213 5th St., Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTY GOTTLIEB 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that rtiundersigned, desiring to engage In business underthe fictitious name of LINCOLN LUQGAQE SHOP, at 606 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, int. 11.1•. %  register the said name with the Clerk ol the circuit 1 ourt of Dade County. Florida ALEX GOLDSTEIN 9/13-19-86 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BEACH PLAZA HOTEL, at 1401 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida. intend t glster the said name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ALEX GOLDSTEIN JULIUS SIMPSON 9 '12-19-36 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag-" in business under the fictitious name of EAST COAST RADIO PARTS, at 433 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk Of the circuit Court of Dad.County. Flori.la. II HELIJSR WM. S1ELER SILVER & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of lll'TH'S GIFT SHOP, at 435 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL A. GOODMAN 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LOUIS SILVERMAN is engaged In business under the fictitious name of ELBE APARTMENTS at 657 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, l>ade County. Mori.la. and intends to register said fictitious name In the office of th* Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida LOUIS SILVERMAN GEORGE CHERTKOF Attornev for Applicant 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage 111 business under the fictitious name of BMITTY'S DAY ft NIGHT GARAGE, at 225 N" \V 1st Court. Miami. Florida, Intends to register the Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. W H SMITH SILVER ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JOE AND HYM'S in Taylor's Drug St at 210 :".'th St.. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JOSEPH MECHLOW IIYMAN GOTTESMAN 9/12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Special Master In Chancery, by virtue of the Final Deer >f foreclosure entered In that certain ... is.pending In the circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and for Dade County, in Chancery, being case No. 70019. 1 Georgian Finance Company is plaintiff, and l*inny McKay la defendant, will on Monday. Octoberri. 1941. between the hours of eleven O'clock A. M. and two o'clock P, M at the South Front 1 >oor of the County Court House in Miami. Flori.la, offer for sale ,nu\ sell at public outcry, to the best and highest bidder for cash. the following described real chattel to wit: 1937 Oldsmoblle; model. F37. engine number, P800849; factory no. i'i-....iv license, ID-17728, to satisfy S.il.1 decree .111.1 all COStl SAMUEL RUBIN Special Master in Cha JOSEPH A. HERMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 9/5-12-19-26 10/3 Notice to Business Men As required by Chapter 20953 of the Public Acts oi Florida ior the year 1941 all persons doing business under names other than their own proper name must register with the Clerk oi Circuit Court the name ol their business and the owners name. This law is important to every business man. The Jewish Floridian will publish your legal notice of intention to register your name, a requirement necessary before registering.


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MUSIC UNDER BLITZKREIG
By DANIEL SCHORR
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penso of the development of the
native composer and artist." The
refugee musician has become a
rather serious problem. The
Placement Committee for Ger-
man and Austrian Musicians re-
ports that its total number of
cases has increased to some 1,400.
As to American Jewish musi-
cians, who have always been
SEASONS GREETINGS
from
FRED BOTTS
N. R.aFIELD
prominent in our musical life,
there were many new accomp-
lishments registered to their cre-
dit in the past year. In the field
of Jewish music, there was little
striking this year. Some new
synagogue music was produced
and a conference at New York's
Temple Emanu-El indicated new
directions for liturgical music. A
new oratorio, "The Golem," by
Vladimir Heifetz was produced
at Carnegie Hall without cre-
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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HARRY ZUKERNICK
Sincere Wishes to All Our
Relatives and Friends for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS
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A. LOUIS MECHLOWITZ
I take pleasure at this time
in wishing all my friends a
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
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SAMUEL J. RAND
Sincere Wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR.
ABE ARONOVITZ
and Family
MR. and MRS.
HYLAN H. KOUT
and Family
wish all their friends and
relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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ating any great stir.
But the Jews continued to be
more than adequately repre-
sented in the musical lists by
their great artistsJascha Hei-
fetz, who introduced a new con-
certo by William Walton and won
many other laurels; Yehudi Me-
nuhin, who made his first tour
of South America and created a
sensation on that continent; and
the countless others, ranging
from Rodzinski, Koussevitsky
and Arthur Rubenstein down to
the hundreds of as yet unhonored
musicians who continue to spread
musical culture in this country.
Jewish men of music also played
their part in national defense,
with Irving Berlin, composer of
"God Bless America" and "Any
Bonds Today?" becoming almost
a symbol of musical patriotism.
The year was also marked by
a continuation of the phenome-
nal upswing in sale of phono-
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BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
HARRY
GORDON
AND FAMILY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO MY FRIENDS
4{l
LOUIS BANDEL
Ingraham Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
I take pleasure at this time
in wishing all my friends a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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AMOS BENJAMIN
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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MR. and MRS.
HAROLD TURK
AND DAUGHTEH
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MR. and MRS.
ISAAC JOFFE
Extend to All Jewry
SINCERE WISHES
For a Happy and Prosperous
New Year
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MR. and MRS.
R. C. LOHMEYER
and Family
wish all their friends and
relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I take the pleasure at this
time to wish all my friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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MRS. ANNA
BRENNER MEYERS
BEST WISHES
For A Happy New Year
To Our Relatives and
Friends
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SAM SILVER
and
A. I. KAPLAN
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BEST WISHES TO ALL
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
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NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
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WALTER C
KO V NER
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
WM. J. (BILL) PRUITT
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COMPLIMENTS
HENRY D.
WILLIAMS
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By HARRY KOVNER
Looks like the end of the world is near
And the human race is about to disappear.
The weak and the strong.
Looks too that civilization
Is on the verge of annihilation
And I ask what's wrong?
Yea, the end of the world seems very near
For 'tis sure that our own hemisphere
Is next on the list of the Nazi war lord.
A ruthless wretched inhuman band
Is plotting to destroy our land
Through internal strife and the sword.
Most of the world
Is madly embroiled
In a struggle to death,
Black shadows dim the light
Of Justice, Reason and Right,
Imperiling man's path.
And darkness covers the entire globe
And most every soul a proverbial Job.
A doctrine of hate engulfs all four corners
With a net gain
Of millions slain.
Destruction, chaos and countless mourners.
Life and limb are cheap
Under the tyrant's grip.
Man is stripped of his treasure
And is to jail confined
For speaking his mind
Even to hope is forbidden pleasure
But let come what may.
We Jews will not betray
Our beloved U. S. A.,
In common with all her sons
We are ready to man the guns
To defend our American way.
For peace we have a passion
And deeply despise oppression
But with our last breath
We'll fight for Liberty and Democracy
Be it on land, in the air or on sea
Without liberty, we prefer death.
Oh Watchman in the Night
There seems no end in sight
To sordid strife, misery and mortal dread!
Will brutal force
Continue its course
Till the earth will be ruled by the dead!
The Agent of Death and his organization
Are set to exterminate this free nation,
And unless humanity as a whole
Will change its course and repent
And brutality with kindness supplant
The Death Agent will be in sole control.
Oh Watchman, what's of the New Year?
Is it the end, or is Salvation near?
Will the Hell fire of this conflagration
Convince the bloody cannibals that in the end
Tyranny, Hate and Force never paid a dividend
And is a source of war and irritation. _____
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1941 +Jewlsl) IkrHinr PAGE SIXTY-ONE MUSIC UNDER BLITZKREIG By DANIEL SCHORR CONTINUED FROM PAGE 58 penso of the development of the native composer and artist." The refugee musician has become a rather serious problem. The Placement Committee for German and Austrian Musicians reports that its total number of cases has increased to some 1,400. As to American Jewish musicians, who have always been SEASONS GREETINGS from FRED BOTTS N. R. a FIELD prominent in our musical life, there were many new accomplishments registered to their credit in the past year. In the field of Jewish music, there was little striking this year. Some new synagogue music was produced and a conference at New York's Temple Emanu-El indicated new directions for liturgical music. A new oratorio, "The Golem," by Vladimir Heifetz was produced at Carnegie Hall without creBEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. HARRY ZUKERNICK Sincere Wishes to All Our Relatives and Friends for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CHERTKOF BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS MR. AND MRS. A. LOUIS MECHLOWITZ I take pleasure at this time in wishing all my friends a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR tf SAMUEL J. RAND Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR. ABE ARONOVITZ and Family MR. and MRS. HYLAN H. KOUT and Family wish all their friends and relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR $ ating any great stir. But the Jews continued to be more than adequately represented in the musical lists by their great artists—Jascha Heifetz, who introduced a new concerto by William Walton and won many other laurels; Yehudi Menuhin, who made his first tour of South America and created a sensation on that continent; and the countless others, ranging from Rodzinski, Koussevitsky and Arthur Rubenstein down to the hundreds of as yet unhonored musicians who continue to spread musical culture in this country. Jewish men of music also played their part in national defense, with Irving Berlin, composer of "God Bless America" and "Any Bonds Today?" becoming almost a symbol of musical patriotism. The year was also marked by a continuation of the phenomenal upswing in sale of phonoCONTINUED ON PAGE 64 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. HARRY GORDON AND FAMILY SEASON'S GREETINGS TO MY FRIENDS 4{l LOUIS BANDEL Ingraham Bldg.. Miami, Fla. I take pleasure at this time in wishing all my friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR AMOS BENJAMIN Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. and MRS. HAROLD TURK AND DAUGHTEH MR. and MRS. ISAAC JOFFE Extend to All Jewry SINCERE WISHES For a Happy and Prosperous New Year $ 111 MR. and MRS. R. C. LOHMEYER and Family wish all their friends and relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR I take the pleasure at this time to wish all my friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR MRS. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS BEST WISHES For A Happy New Year To Our Relatives and Friends i 1 SAM SILVER and A. I. KAPLAN BEST WISHES TO ALL for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. JOSEPH A. BERMAN tf NEW YEAR GREETINGS MR. and MRS. WALTER C KO V NER A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL WM. J. (BILL) PRUITT AND FAMILY V COMPLIMENTS HENRY D. WILLIAMS WATCHMAN. WHAT'S OF THE NEW YEAR? By HARRY KOVNER Looks like the end of the world is near And the human race is about to disappear. The weak and the strong. Looks too that civilization Is on the verge of annihilation And I ask what's wrong? Yea, the end of the world seems very near For 'tis sure that our own hemisphere Is next on the list of the Nazi war lord. A ruthless wretched inhuman band Is plotting to destroy our land Through internal strife and the sword. Most of the world Is madly embroiled In a struggle to death, Black shadows dim the light Of Justice, Reason and Right, Imperiling man's path. And darkness covers the entire globe And most every soul a proverbial Job. A doctrine of hate engulfs all four corners With a net gain Of millions slain. Destruction, chaos and countless mourners. Life and limb are cheap Under the tyrant's grip. Man is stripped of his treasure And is to jail confined For speaking his mind— Even to hope is forbidden pleasure But let come what may. We Jews will not betray Our beloved U. S. A., In common with all her sons We are ready to man the guns To defend our American way. For peace we have a passion And deeply despise oppression But with our last breath We'll fight for Liberty and Democracy Be it on land, in the air or on sea— Without liberty, we prefer death. Oh Watchman in the Night There seems no end in sight To sordid strife, misery and mortal dread! Will brutal force Continue its course Till the earth will be ruled by the dead! The Agent of Death and his organization Are set to exterminate this free nation, And unless humanity as a whole Will change its course and repent And brutality with kindness supplant The Death Agent will be in sole control. Oh Watchman, what's of the New Year? 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PAGE SIXTY-THREE
A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
TESTING GUR FAITH
By RABBI ALEX S. KLEINFELD
Congregation B'nai Israel, St. Petersburg, Fla.
'Give me understanding, that
I may live." Psalm 119-144.
In testing our Faith at this
holy season, let us endeavor to
determine the exact meaning of
this brief utterance, in the long-
est hymn of the Psalter.
The supreme desire of the in-
spired poet is to know God's Law,
The life of which he is thinking;
. lently the spiritual life and
for discernment by which
he may attain it. Israel has gone
through untold persecutions that
no other people ever encountered
except the conquered count:
under Nazi tyranny. Israel has
been tried in the sunshine of
prosperity and in the crucible of
poverty: it has been tempted in
the days of national splendor, and
tested in the days of national de-
gradation; it has suffered under
tyrannical rulers -.nd haunted by
anti-Semitic agitations.
But the guardian of Israel
watched over us. He held in His
hand the test-tube of our faith
and often found us worthy to
grant us deliverance. Today.
more than ever before, we need ;
courage to stand the test of our
Faith, Many nat'ons and our
brethren, among whom they live,
are surrounded with grievous
penis, the cruel sword of the
persecutors flashes over their
heads. Today the storm of hat-
red blows loudest, the waves of
blood is overwhelmingly high,
the voice of suffering humanity
is heard invoking the Lord of
Rabbi Alex S. Kleinfeld
Hosts to fight the battles of the
hapless defenseless people.
Israel, throughout the world
will unite in tervi nt prayer that
God may bless the arms of the
democracies and grant a long
happy life to Franklin Delano
Roosevelt, the gr ;.t president of
the U. S. A. Let us not fail to
pass the Test of Faith trium-
phantly. May we firmly resolve
to become loyal Israelites, that
we may earn the blessing from
the King of Glory, who abides
with us at this holy season of the
year.
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
THE ORCHID FLOWER SHOP
Opposite Jackson Memorial Hospital
Flowers for all Occasions
VICTOR ANGUS, Owner
1703 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 3-6764
If no answer call 2-3524
CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART
28 N. W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
EXTEND TO THEIR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE RABBIS, THE OFFICERS. AND DIRECTORS
of the
mmmi beach Jewish coiter
Extend Beat Wishes For A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
To the Members and Worshipers of the Center
and to the Jewish Community Generally
NONAGENARIAN JEWESS
CELEBRATES 90TH BIRTHDAY
Jerusalem (PALCOR)Remi-
niscences of Jerusalem nearly a
century ago were retold by
Mrs. Mina Rivlin when, at a
gathering of nearly sixty of her
grandchildren and great- grand-
children, her ninetieth birthday
was recently celebrated in Jeru-
salem. Her husoand, the late
Rabbi Joseph Rivlin. was one of
the founders of the residential
Jewish quarters outside the
walled Old City.
Mrs. Rivlin herself, a grand-
daughter of the famous sage Rab-
bi Moshe Maggid. was born in
:ty in the fourth general
Her grandparents came to ;
Israel from Russia nearly 150
years ago. One of her grand-
sons, Dr. Joseph Rivlin. is a dis-
tinguished Orientalist and a
member of the staff of the Heb-
rew University as well as chair-
man of the Jew ish Teachers' Fed-
eration in Palestine. She also
has descendants in England and
Wales.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Margaret Ann
New Era Markets
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TAMPA. FLORIDA
MONTHLY MEETING OF Y. W.
H. A., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24
The regular monthly meeting
of the Y. W. H. A. will be held
Wednesday, September 24th, at
8:30 p. m. and will be designated
as "Y. W. Home Coming," to
welcome back members who have
been away lor the summer
months.
Miss Patricia Auerback will be
guest artist of the evening and
will render dramatic readings.
Refreshments will be served
and a social hour will follow.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Happy New Year
Were I a Shakespeare, Shelly.
Brisbane or a Winchell, then per-
haps there would be no need for
me to ask you to read further.
However, dear readers, in my
humble opinion the part that
each of you individually and col-
lectively will play in the New
Year 5702 in this community will
comprise as big a part, as the acts
of our leaders in world affairs
today.
You have right here in your
midst an organization founded
ten years ago with but one
thought of purpose, to serve
every man, woman, boy and girl
of Jewish faith in the Greater
Miami area. This organization is
in a position to serve you with a
splendid cultural, educational,
social, defense and athletic pro-
gram. Greater Miami has a
h population of approxi-
mately 20.000 permanent folks
as of the 1940 census. But one
twentieth of this population are
CONTINUED ON PAGE 67
SINCERE WISHES
For the New Year to Our
Many Patrons
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SYLVAN PATERNO
DECORATORS
1359 S. W. 8th St.
PHONE 3-0744
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on rolling motion. Stim-
ulates scalp,- brings out
hair beauty.
THE FULLER BRUSH
COMPANY
210-11 Postal Building
Phone 3-3014 Miami. Fla.
TO ALL
Our Dear Friends in Miami
L'shono Tovah Tikosevu
eJilr. and eJJTrs.
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and cJamifi]
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A MOST KAPPY NEW YEAR
7-11 CLUB
711 RED ROAD
To All. A Happy New Year
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STATIONERY CO.
72 N. E. 1st Street. Miami
PHONES2-8491 3-4601
1452 Wash. Ave.. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-0894
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ph. 3-1443Boat Parts a Specialty
SEVENTH AVENUE
PLATING WORKS
Chrome. Nickel, Copper Plating
927 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
BROWN'S GARAGE
General RepairsWelding
Motor Tune-UpMachine Shop
213 S. Dixie Highway
C. BROWN, Owner
PHONE 4-9482
A HAPPY A\D MOST PROSPER-
OUS NEW YEAR
LOBEL'S
Fine Food Market
1407 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Phone 2.9351 J. J. RITWE
Atlantic Service Station
1613 S- W. 8th St. Miami. Fla.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
PHONE 2-8330
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTRACTING REPAIRING
1443 S. W. 3rd St.
Miami. Fla.
To All
A Most Happy New Year
C. A. BURNET
Warehouse & Transfer Co.,
Inc.
20 N. E. 11th St. Ph.2-0568
Season's Greetings
TARADASH
PROPERTIES, INC.
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
A Happy New Year To All
GUSTAVUS BASCH
MANAGER
TOURIST CITY
12000 Biscayne Boulevard
BEST WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FRED HOGARTH
To All
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MAXWELL HOUSE
DINING ROOM
Serving Better Food
4:30 p. m.-9 d. m. Ph. 2-4922
2147 S. W. 8th St.. Miami, Fla.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. HARRY H. YOUNG
Olympia Building
PHONE 2-2853
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
REFRIGERATION SERVICE
Any MakeAnywhereAny Time
DomesticCommercial
24 HOUR SERVICE CALL 2-3764
NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS
4-7979 or 2-4785
CONSOLIDATED
REFRIGERATION CO.
8 S. W. 2nd AVENUE
A MOST JOYOUS NEW YEAR
GEORGE'S PARK LOT
N. E. 1st Street and 1st Avenue
"RED" ADAMS
FOR HIRE CARS
Sightseeing and Race Tracks
Cadillac and Packard Sedan!
Cars for All Occasions
By Trip. Hour. Day. Week. Month
OFFICE PHONE 2-9920
HOME PHONE 7-3861
TO ALL JEWRY
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MAISON ALEXANDER
UPHOLSTERERS
INTERIOR DECORATORS
Slip Covers and Draperies
to Order
260S S. W. 8th St. Ph. 4-3900
A Most Happy New Year
PHONE 2-4033
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
113 Shoreland Arcade
MIAMI. FLORIDA
To AllA Happy New Year
Call for and Delivery
KATHRYN ERB
INVISIBLE WEAVING
Burns. Tears, Holes Rewoven
Like New
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941
fJenisti Flcricfian
PAGE SIXTY-FIVE

A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
THE
OF
[
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL BENSION
Miami Beach Jewish Center
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 64
low countryman. There is no
mention here of creed, race or
color. The Rabbis, the sages of
the Talmud, have further clari-
fied and amplified this noble
Jewish principle of tolerance and
brotherly love with the maxim,
What is hateful to thee, do not
inflict on your fellow human be-
ing."
Contrast with the Jewish pray-
ers, the Jewish principles, and
Jewish practices, the calumny
and hate of disseminated through-
out the world by radio, press,
fifth columnn whispering cam-
paigns and even by some pulpit-
eers whose religious vestments
are a cloak to cover black and
sinister designs. And what is the
Jewish answer to all this unfair-
ness and injustice? No vehem-
ent protect, no outcry, no call
for revenge and retribution. Is-
rael prays not for personal in-
dividual surcease but for the wel-
fare of all mankind. "May in-
iquity close her mouth and all
wickedness be wholly consumed.
Marked as the special target of
the Nazi beastly hate and tyran-
ny we pray not for our own re-
lief and freedom but that the
government of arrogance may
pass away from off all the
earth.
With broken nearts and eyes
tilled with tears, we recall the
havoc and destruction which the
government of -irrogancc has:
wreaked upon the hapless Jew-
ish communities of Europe. Syn- j
agogues once filled with throngs1
of worshippers are now charred
ruins. Yeshivot. Talmudic Acad-
emies, where not so long ago re-
sounded the voice of Jewish
learning and wisdom, now bear
dumb witness to the cruel might
of the destroyer. Thousands of
our brethren on this Rosh
Hashona have neither synagogue
nor home, and are ravaged by
famine, disease, and the inde-
scribable horrors of modern war-
fare.
We join them in the heartrend-
ing cry so well expressed in the
words of the psalmist, "Whence
cometh my help?" Bitter ex-
perience has taught us that we
cannot rely on princes nor on
humanitarians. In our hour of
trouble we stand deserted, alone.
For Israel there is only one
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Rabbi Dr. Samuel Bension
source of succor and it is not in
man. "My help is from the
Lord, the maker of heaven and
earth." This may not meet with
the approval of our modern syn-
ics and critics who have ex-
changed the Jewish religion and
traditions for new theories and
movements so well exemplified
by Fascism and Communism but
"Knesses Yisroel," Catholic Is-
rael, feels as never before that
God is our salvation and that
our religion is our fortress and
our strength. Israel in conson-
ance with the admonition of the
psalmist praises the Lord for His
kindness endureth forever.
We believe with a perfect faith
in the fulfillment of our prayer,
that iniquity will close her
mouth, that wickedness shall be
wholly consumed like smoke, and
the government of arrogance
will wholly pass away from the
earth. We are comforted and
solaced by the prophetic vision
of Isaiah:
"Behold I create a new heaven
and a new earth, and the former
shall not be remembered nor
come into mind. Weeping shall
be no more heard nor the voice ,
of crying. They shall not labor |
in vain nor bring forth for trou-1
ble. The wolf and the lamb shall,
feed together and the lion like
the ox shall eat hay. and dust
shall be the serpent's food. They
shall not hurt nor destroy in all
my holy mountain, saith the
Lord."
The hope of a brighter future
has always been and is today one
of the chief sources from which
human beings derive the power |
to endure and progress. Many
people make the mistake of be-
lieving that God will do so de-
spite all their efforts to stop
Him, by the breaking of every
divine commandment and even
man made law. Judaism insists
that only through a change of
thought and action on our part
can the prophetic ideal be
achieved and a new world creat-
ed where there shall be lasting
peace based on righteousness.
With the realization of Isaiah's
prophetic promise as our object-
ive all our sacrifices and suffer-
ing is not in vain and even
though salvation tarry yet shall
we continue to press on. We pray
for the dawn of a better day and
a new era of justice and peace.
We must not stop at that. Con-
sciously and consistently must we
strive in our individual and
communal life to realize the Jew-
ish religious ideals. In this ef-
fort shall we find the truest joy
and fulfill our sacred mission
"Be thou a blessing."
SYMBOLIC STAMP FOR 5702
American Zionists and numer-
ous supporters of the Jewish Na-
tional Home in Palestine, as well
as many philatelists, have eagerly
taken up the Jewish National
Fund Stamp Issue for the year
5702. Above is a reproduction of
a symbolic stamp issued for^the
New Year under the slogan.
"Keep Aloft the Torch of Hope."
A special series in the new J.
N. F.'s Stamp Issue has been
made available to Synagogue
committees throughout the na-
tion in 5c, 10c and blank deno-
minations.
TO ALL WE SAY "A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR"
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alexander
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Jack Apte
and Sons Marvin and Stuart
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
Mr. J. J. Boyle and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold
of Coral Gables
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Max Aronovitx and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack August
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. Ehrlich
Wish All Their Kelatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. George Burney
and Son Michael
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bronston
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Barbash
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Berkeley
and Daughter Sally Ann
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends >
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Camner
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisenstat
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Fine
and Son Louis
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Fineman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. A. Engler and Family
Wish All Their Kelatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Martin Chochem
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
and Family
Wish All Their Kelatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowita
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Hat Blumberg
and Daughter Charlotte
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drewich
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Estroff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Al L. Feinberg and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg
and Daughter Geralyn Dea
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dubler
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. R. Golin
and Mrs. Javin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon
and Family
Wish All Their Kelatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling
Wish all Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Bernard Frishburg
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW NEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frumkes
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. George Gerson
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Gottesman
and Daughter Harriett*
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Bernlce Greenberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goldberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Feldman and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenblank and
Son Aaron and Daughter Beatrice
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Murry Grossman
and Daughter Dawn
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gulkis
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Ted Gulkis
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941 fJenisti Flcricfian PAGE SIXTY-FIVE A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE THE OF [ By RABBI DR. SAMUEL BENSION Miami Beach Jewish Center CONTINUED FROM PAGE 64 low countryman. There is no mention here of creed, race or color. The Rabbis, the sages of the Talmud, have further clarified and amplified this noble Jewish principle of tolerance and brotherly love with the maxim, •What is hateful to thee, do not inflict on your fellow human being." Contrast with the Jewish prayers, the Jewish principles, and Jewish practices, the calumny and hate of disseminated throughout the world by radio, press, fifth columnn whispering campaigns and even by some pulpiteers whose religious vestments are a cloak to cover black and sinister designs. And what is the Jewish answer to all this unfairness and injustice? No vehement protect, no outcry, no call for revenge and retribution. Israel prays not for personal individual surcease but for the welfare of all mankind. "May iniquity close her mouth and all wickedness be wholly consumed. Marked as the special target of the Nazi beastly hate and tyranny we pray not for our own relief and freedom but that the government of arrogance may pass away from off all the earth. With broken nearts and eyes tilled with tears, we recall the %  havoc and destruction which the government of -irrogancc has: wreaked upon the hapless Jewish communities of Europe. Synj agogues once filled with throngs 1 of worshippers are now charred ruins. Yeshivot. Talmudic Academies, where not so long ago resounded the voice of Jewish learning and wisdom, now bear dumb witness to the cruel might of the destroyer. Thousands of our brethren on this Rosh Hashona have neither synagogue nor home, and are ravaged by famine, disease, and the indescribable horrors of modern warfare. We join them in the heartrending cry so well expressed in the words of the psalmist, "Whence cometh my help?" Bitter experience has taught us that we cannot rely on princes nor on humanitarians. In our hour of trouble we stand deserted, alone. For Israel there is only one r~~"'. T' '. l "7" ""I A i • 1 fc'> i • 49 Ifefc-^. ,# %  %  ^9 uf-j_ I* 1 v ^^*m %  *^I^B tk • N m\ I *1 *l ii.ek.. %  mfti \ Rabbi Dr. Samuel Bension source of succor and it is not in man. "My help is from the Lord, the maker of heaven and earth." This may not meet with the approval of our modern synics and critics who have exchanged the Jewish religion and traditions for new theories and movements so well exemplified by Fascism and Communism but "Knesses Yisroel," Catholic Israel, feels as never before that God is our salvation and that our religion is our fortress and our strength. Israel in consonance with the admonition of the psalmist praises the Lord for His kindness endureth forever. We believe with a perfect faith in the fulfillment of our prayer, that iniquity will close her mouth, that wickedness shall be wholly consumed like smoke, and the government of arrogance will wholly pass away from the earth. We are comforted and solaced by the prophetic vision of Isaiah: "Behold I create a new heaven and a new earth, and the former shall not be remembered nor come into mind. Weeping shall be no more heard nor the voice of crying. They shall not labor | in vain nor bring forth for trou-1 ble. The wolf and the lamb shall, feed together and the lion like the ox shall eat hay. and dust shall be the serpent's food. They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain, saith the Lord." The hope of a brighter future has always been and is today one of the chief sources from which human beings derive the power | to endure and progress. Many people make the mistake of believing that God will do so despite all their efforts to stop Him, by the breaking of every divine commandment and even man made law. Judaism insists that only through a change of thought and action on our part can the prophetic ideal be achieved and a new world created where there shall be lasting peace based on righteousness. With the realization of Isaiah's prophetic promise as our objective all our sacrifices and suffering is not in vain and even though salvation tarry yet shall we continue to press on. We pray for the dawn of a better day and a new era of justice and peace. We must not stop at that. Consciously and consistently must we strive in our individual and communal life to realize the Jewish religious ideals. In this effort shall we find the truest joy and fulfill our sacred mission "Be thou a blessing." SYMBOLIC STAMP FOR 5702 American Zionists and numerous supporters of the Jewish National Home in Palestine, as well as many philatelists, have eagerly taken up the Jewish National Fund Stamp Issue for the year 5702. Above is a reproduction of a symbolic stamp issued for^the New Year under the slogan. "Keep Aloft the Torch of Hope." A special series in the new J. N. F.'s Stamp Issue has been made available to Synagogue committees throughout the nation in 5c, 10c and blank denominations. TO ALL WE SAY "A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR" Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alexander Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Jack Apte and Sons Marvin and Stuart Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR B Mr. J. J. Boyle and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold of Coral Gables Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Max Aronovitx and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack August and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR B Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. Ehrlich Wish All Their Kelatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George Burney and Son Michael Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bronston and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAP PY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Barbash and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Berkeley and Daughter Sally Ann Wish All Their Relatives and Friends > %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Camner Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisenstat Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isador Fine and Son Louis Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Fineman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. A. Engler and Family Wish All Their Kelatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Martin Chochem Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William Clein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Family Wish All Their Kelatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowita and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Hat Blumberg and Daughter Charlotte Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drewich Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Estroff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Al L. Feinberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg and Daughter Geralyn Dea Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dubler Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. R. Golin and Mrs. Javin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon and Family Wish All Their Kelatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling Wish all Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Bernard Frishburg Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW NEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frumkes and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. George Gerson and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Gottesman and Daughter Harriett* Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Bernlce Greenberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goldberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Harry Feldman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenblank and Son Aaron and Daughter Beatrice Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Murry Grossman and Daughter Dawn Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gulkis Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Ted Gulkis and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonat
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Al W. Katz
and Family
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and Son Malrin
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Krieger
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and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin LeVir.e
and Daughters
Mr. B. H. Kohl and Family
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and Family

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and Family
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and Sons
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan
and daughter Linda Ellen
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasanoff
and Family
and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz
and Daughter Joy
All Their R lives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Harry Koretzky
and Son
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Korner
Wish All Their R. itives and
Frit
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Bertha B. Ley and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Marty Milstein
and Son
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintxer
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper
and Family
a '
A HAPPY NEW Yl
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman
Wish All Tneir Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Lipton
and Family
Wi : AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant
and Son
Wiah AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld
and Family
Wi h All Thi R. rtiv.
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Sam Lipton
Wishes A:: His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Optner and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. D. Rabinorich and Family
Mr. and Mrs. H. Ray..=
and Family
Fi.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport
and Family
All Their R latives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romar
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. I. Rosengarten and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrt. Charles Rosengarten
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A H.APPY NEW YEAR
John and Elsie Kronenfeld
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein
A Thi : j. ,nd
nds
A HA : YEAR
Mr. Jacob Lurie and Family
All Their Relatives and
nds
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot
and Family
. All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. G. Kurland
. Ail Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandell
and Family
AH T- arld
nds
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Joe Mechlow
ea A!' His > arid
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joa Patarson
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper
and Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrt. Joseph Rosenthal
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR _
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives ana
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR____
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein and Sons
Wiah All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Abe Rubin and Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR



PAGE 1

*JHf*F/fcr*flrr FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR %  • Wi -• ; <^d in our re dai A i „ E 3 r = : ./ 5t;= (2 The Fact* of Ufa %  %  "• % %  — err.ber rtl K %  I r— I %  %  %  I %  %  %  i and cu: --toe to peep at a new and %  %  %  invoked by man, ball war ..-ough n m— %  Man si %  .'.l Hii A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL FrUDAY. SEPTEMB ER 19. 194, NO DAMAGE OR CASUALTIES IN AIR ATTACK ON HAIFA Haifa (Pakm —F 1 %  :e the succ%  h%  \ this r rthera I }v*? %  the ai ', %  "'be. could d .~ a or cause 1 to drop I FORT LAUDERDALE '-' %  | %  1801 S I Moo. •'! a both days. %  Itetli VrV nt Artlrt on Rfet? Drtrtaf In an MoratkmaJ famyr'f" fcj th SUM Department •( Pfcai* S*frt7 Legal and Proper Driving Signals In Florida TO ALL WE SAY "A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR" H K Mr. and Mrs. Sara*] If. Harpert %  Mr. and Mn. L. J. Kart: %  n d %  Mi and Mrs Max Jacob* and Fa~ A HA1 PY : Mr and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs and Family A :-'%  %  A HAJ %  '. % % %  : %  : \ Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jamison and Family W h All Their I A HAPPY NEW Yl Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonat and Family Wish A:: Their Relatives and FT. <-nds A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Al W. Katz and Family Mr. and Mrs. Frank Katz and Far: A I M Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Kaufman and Son Malrin Mr. and Mrs. Moses Krieger and Family A Their 1 %  A ::.: 1 ': N*EW Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Laibson and Family "; -r.d Mrs. Zzr.z'.z LaVigna I A HA: Y : Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin LeVir.e and Daughters Mr. B. H. Kohl and Family Wi h A Fi 1 and A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Marcy J. Levinson and Family • A HAPPY NEW YEAR K Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler and Family Wi A T %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Sons v.;-. %  %  ii ;-. at A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan and daughter Linda Ellen I T %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasanoff and Family and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and Daughter Joy All Their R lives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Harry Koretzky and Son Wi h A:: Thi 1 :• %  md :---. %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Korner Wish All Their R. itives and Frit A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Bertha B. Ley and Family W h All Thi : I j and Frit A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and Family w Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller Mr. and Mrs. Marty Milstein and Son and I HAPPY : W YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintxer and Family AH Thi ir ?,• latives and %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper and Family a %  A HAPPY NEW Yl Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman Wish All Tneir Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Lipton and Family Wi : AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant and Son Wiah AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld and Family Wi h All Thi R. rtiv. Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Sam Lipton Wishes A:: His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ida Optner and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. D. Rabinorich and Family Mr. and Mrs. H. Ray..= and Family Fi. A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport and Family All Their R latives and Friends A HA PPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romar Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. I. Rosengarten and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrt. Charles Rosengarten and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A H.APPY NEW YEAR John and Elsie Kronenfeld Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein A Thi : J. ,nd nds A HA %  : YEAR Mr. Jacob Lurie and Family All Their Relatives and nds A HAPPY NEW YEAR M Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot and Family All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. G. Kurland Ail Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandell and Family AH Tarl d nds A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Joe Mechlow ea A!' His > ari d Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joa Patarson All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper and Family All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrt. Joseph Rosenthal and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPP Y NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth and Family Wish All Their Relatives ana Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ethel Rothlein and Sons Wiah All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Abe Rubin and Family All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941
+Jewish ncrtdfi^r
PAGE SIXTY-SEVEN
Y.M.H.A.NOTES
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 63
taking part and enjoying our pro-
grams. It is really a shame to
have to say this but what in God's
creation are you folks waiting
for? For a committee from the
"Y" to knock on your door and
say, "Won't you please join the
y?"' Or would you prefer that
we take several of thousands- of
dollars that we do not have to
hold a city-wide membership
campaign to let you know that
there is such a place in your
community as the Y. M. H. A.?
Some of the excuses I've heard
in the past years were, "I can't
afford to join." or "If I can't be
active or the captain. I won't
play."
Here are the real facts friends.
The dues of the Y. M. H. A. and
its affiliated divisions are un-
questionably the lowest of any
organization in this area. If your
financial circumstances are such
that you can't afford to pay the
little we do ask for membership,
then all you have to do is state
same to but one person, our Ex-
ecutive Director, Maurice Gross-
man. Folks, this organization is
yours, if you would but join with
us and help us carry on the fine
work we have accomplished to
date.
You can help us realize our
dream of a real Jewish commun-
ity Center that you and your vi-
siting friends may and will be
proud.
With conditions being what
they are in the world today, I am
sure most of you at one time or
another have asked yourself,
"What can I do to help my coun-
try, my state or my city?
Your question can easily be
solved by joining the "Y" and do-
ing what little your spare time
would permit towards this end.
Many of you citizens may not
be familiar with the many tasks
the "Y" has performed in this
community, but just ask any of
your civic leaders.
I am going to list for you all
the divisions that go to make
up the "Y", and see if you can't
find a group that you would like
to join.
Y. M. H. A.21 years or over
S6 per year.
Y. W. H. A.21 years or over
$2 per year.
Sub SeniorsBoys and Girls
19 to 25$2 per year.
Junior DivisionBoys and
Girls 16 to 19$2 per year.
Y-EttesGirls 13 to 16 years of
age$2 per year.
Boy Scouts12 to 16 years of
ago.
Girl Scouts12 to 16 years ol
age.
By joining any of the above di-
visions, you will have the op-
portunity to partake in the fol-
lowing:
Book of the month Club, Li-
brary, Arts and Crafts, Red Cross
Work, Dramatics, Social Service,
Home Camp. Army and Navy
Committee, Vocational Guidance,
United Service Organizations,
Alien Registration, Athletic Di-
vision, Defense Work and Na-
turalization Classes.
There are many other units
being formed to suit your evtry
want.
Following the custom of pre-
T
vious years, let us look in retro-
spect upon the activities and ac-
complishments during the past
year of the "Y" and its affiliates.
First let us acquaint you with
our 1940-41 officers: Dr. Samuel
Beckman. president; Herman
Waitsman, vice president; Fred
K. Shochot, secretary and Nat
Blumberg treasurer.
The greater portion of the suc-
cesses of the past year were re-
sponsible to this administration.
Hero are listed some of the major
events that were sponsored and
enjoyed by thousands of "Y"
members and their friends. We
cannot stress too much the ar-
duous efforts put forth by our
Executive Director, Maurice
Grossman, toward the success of
the entire program.
On July 7 of 1940, a splendid
radio program was arranged over
station Wiod with the cooperation
of the Miami Rabbinical Associa-
tion who generously relinquished
their time.
On July 28th all the newly el-
ected officers of the Y. M. and
Y. W. H. A. were installed into
office at an elaborate installation
held at the Tides Hotel.
August 19th was the night of
nights with an audience of more
than 2,000 present to do honor to
our Executive Director, on Mau-
rice Grossman night.
On October 13 the Y. M. and
Y. W. H. A. presented their An-
nual Post Yom Kippur Dance
with Charles Blau in the drivers
seat.
Then came the Y. W. H. A. An-
nual Thanksgiving Festival on
November 27th. Pardon but I
don't remember whether it was
Thanksgiving No. One or Two.
December 29th brought our 9th
Annual Dance to the fore which
was held at the Civic Center and
the chairman was Joseph Stein.
On December 31st the "Y" held
their annual New Year's Eve
Party at the Alamac Hotel.
From here on all efforts of
the "Y" were concentrated to-
wards the success of our Annual
Cavalcade of Stars led by M. C.
Nick Kenny and co-chairmen
Leo Robinson and Herman Waits-
man. It was held at the Plaza
Theatre,, Miami Beach, on Feb-
ruary 3rd. We can't let this af-
fair escape you without mention
of a Mr. Ed Neusteter of Denver,
who disposed of over $1,000 worth
of tickets.
February 28th rolled around
and the Y. M. H. A. and all its
affiliates joined hands in putting
on a huge reception for all the
draftees, selectees and enlistees
who were leaving for camps
throughtout the width and
breadth of the U. S. A.
Brotherhood week was cele-
brated on March 3, followed by
Stunt Night .on March 5th. One
of the largest crowds ever to at-
tend a "Y" affair were present
on "Al Pallot Night." honored
for his many fine contributions to
this community. From March
22nd to 25th the "Y" held their
Annual Bazaar and Festival and
with the splendid cooperation of
the merchants and members, your
scribe is happy to state as chair-
man, that this affair was one of
the most successful ever held.
The most important business
at hand following the Bazaar
were the annual nominations and
elections of officers. After many
pep talks, etc., the general mem-
bership elected the following of-
ficers: President, Murry Gross-
man; vice president, Joseph A.
Berman; Secretary. Fred K. Sho-
chet and treasurer, Nat Blum-
berg.
The Y. W. H. A. officers elected
were: president, Mrs. Mildred
Rubenstcin; vice president. Mrs.
Norman Jacobs: recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Charles Strauss; cor-
responding secretary. Mrs. Chas.
Blau and treasurer, Mrs. Tina
Kotkin.
Unquestionably the finest in-
stallation Reception ever given
jointly by the Y. M. and Y. W. H.
A. was held at the beautiful Na-
tional Hotel.
The Sub Seniors are governed
by president, Sherman Freed-
man; vice president, Mildred
Berkowitz; secretary, Shirley-
Rothschild and treasurer, Carol
Band.
The Y-Ettcs are governed by-
Mrs. Pearl Reisman. the Boy
Scouts are led by Jack Green-
berg and the Girl Scouts by Fran-
ces Ginsberg. It would take
three months of column space to
tell you of the new plans and
programs in store for you that
have been arranged by Mr.
Grossman in conjunction with the
presidents of the various groups.
Murry Grossman, president of
the Y. M. H. A., and Mrs. Mildred
Rubenstcin, president of the Y.
W. H. A., extend to their fellow
members and friends a most sin-
cere Happy New Year, as does
your correspondent. With the
start of the New Year, we all
hope and pray that you will join
one of the many divisions of the
"Y" and cultivate for yourself
the warmth and friendship of
your own people.
P. S. Our Executive Director
has taken much time in preparing
his New Year's column which
will be found on Page 37. Give
yourself a treat and read Mr.
Grossman's New Year's column.
A record-shattering attendance
of 400 marked the 6th Masada
Camp and Seminar held at Camp
Mohaph Glen Spey. N. Y.
TO ALL WE SAY "A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR"
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Seymour Rubin
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Jean Seitlin. son Emanuel
and daughter Shirley
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro
and the Boys
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph SchaHer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives end
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snopiro
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Solomon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman
and daughter Miriam Patricia
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Simonhofi
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Max Stevens and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. PhiUp Segall
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Siegel and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Silberstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and
Max Silver
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr.. Milton Sirkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Elry Stone
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
w
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Touby
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Waldorf
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Herman Wall and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Warshaw
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Sadie Weinberg and daugh
ter Jeanne T. and son Harold N
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Max and Joe Swartz
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Teitler
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Tendrich
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tishman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
w
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Waitsman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wilson
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Weinstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Weintraub
and son Albert
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Al Zalka
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Too Late To Classify
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Aronson
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Joseph T. Bouchter
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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PAGE 1

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941 +Jewish ncrtdfi^r PAGE SIXTY-SEVEN Y.M.H.A.NOTES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 63 taking part and enjoying our programs. It is really a shame to have to say this but what in God's creation are you folks waiting for? For a committee from the "Y" to knock on your door and say, "Won't you please join the ••y?"' Or would you prefer that we take several of thousandsof dollars that we do not have to hold a city-wide membership campaign to let you know that there is such a place in your community as the Y. M. H. A.? Some of the excuses I've heard in the past years were, "I can't afford to join." or "If I can't be active or the captain. I won't play." Here are the real facts friends. The dues of the Y. M. H. A. and its affiliated divisions are unquestionably the lowest of any organization in this area. If your financial circumstances are such that you can't afford to pay the little we do ask for membership, then all you have to do is state same to but one person, our Executive Director, Maurice Grossman. Folks, this organization is yours, if you would but join with us and help us carry on the fine work we have accomplished to date. You can help us realize our dream of a real Jewish community Center that you and your visiting friends may and will be proud. With conditions being what they are in the world today, I am sure most of you at one time or another have asked yourself, "What can I do to help my country, my state or my city? Your question can easily be solved by joining the "Y" and doing what little your spare time would permit towards this end. Many of you citizens may not be familiar with the many tasks the "Y" has performed in this community, but just ask any of your civic leaders. I am going to list for you all the divisions that go to make up the "Y", and see if you can't find a group that you would like to join. Y. M. H. A.—21 years or over— S6 per year. Y. W. H. A.—21 years or over— $2 per year. Sub Seniors—Boys and Girls 19 to 25—$2 per year. Junior Division—Boys and Girls 16 to 19—$2 per year. Y-Ettes—Girls 13 to 16 years of age—$2 per year. Boy Scouts—12 to 16 years of ago. Girl Scouts—12 to 16 years ol age. By joining any of the above divisions, you will have the opportunity to partake in the following: Book of the month Club, Library, Arts and Crafts, Red Cross Work, Dramatics, Social Service, Home Camp. Army and Navy Committee, Vocational Guidance, United Service Organizations, Alien Registration, Athletic Division, Defense Work and Naturalization Classes. There are many other units being formed to suit your evtry want. Following the custom of preT vious years, let us look in retrospect upon the activities and accomplishments during the past year of the "Y" and its affiliates. First let us acquaint you with our 1940-41 officers: Dr. Samuel Beckman. president; Herman Waitsman, vice president; Fred K. Shochot, secretary and Nat Blumberg treasurer. The greater portion of the successes of the past year were responsible to this administration. Hero are listed some of the major events that were sponsored and enjoyed by thousands of "Y" members and their friends. We cannot stress too much the arduous efforts put forth by our Executive Director, Maurice Grossman, toward the success of the entire program. On July 7 of 1940, a splendid radio program was arranged over station Wiod with the cooperation of the Miami Rabbinical Association who generously relinquished their time. On July 28th all the newly elected officers of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. were installed into office at an elaborate installation held at the Tides Hotel. August 19th was the night of nights with an audience of more than 2,000 present to do honor to our Executive Director, on Maurice Grossman night. On October 13 the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. presented their Annual Post Yom Kippur Dance with Charles Blau in the drivers seat. Then came the Y. W. H. A. Annual Thanksgiving Festival on November 27th. Pardon but I don't remember whether it was Thanksgiving No. One or Two. December 29th brought our 9th Annual Dance to the fore which was held at the Civic Center and the chairman was Joseph Stein. On December 31st the "Y" held their annual New Year's Eve Party at the Alamac Hotel. From here on all efforts of the "Y" were concentrated towards the success of our Annual Cavalcade of Stars led by M. C. Nick Kenny and co-chairmen Leo Robinson and Herman Waitsman. It was held at the Plaza Theatre,, Miami Beach, on February 3rd. We can't let this affair escape you without mention of a Mr. Ed Neusteter of Denver, who disposed of over $1,000 worth of tickets. February 28th rolled around and the Y. M. H. A. and all its affiliates joined hands in putting on a huge reception for all the draftees, selectees and enlistees who were leaving for camps throughtout the width and breadth of the U. S. A. Brotherhood week was celebrated on March 3, followed by Stunt Night .on March 5th. One of the largest crowds ever to attend a "Y" affair were present on "Al Pallot Night." honored for his many fine contributions to this community. From March 22nd to 25th the "Y" held their Annual Bazaar and Festival and with the splendid cooperation of the merchants and members, your scribe is happy to state as chairman, that this affair was one of the most successful ever held. The most important business at hand following the Bazaar were the annual nominations and elections of officers. After many pep talks, etc., the general membership elected the following officers: President, Murry Grossman; vice president, Joseph A. Berman; Secretary. Fred K. Shochet and treasurer, Nat Blumberg. The Y. W. H. A. officers elected were: president, Mrs. Mildred Rubenstcin; vice president. Mrs. Norman Jacobs: recording secretary, Mrs. Charles Strauss; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Chas. Blau and treasurer, Mrs. Tina Kotkin. Unquestionably the finest installation Reception ever given jointly by the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. was held at the beautiful National Hotel. The Sub Seniors are governed by president, Sherman Freedman; vice president, Mildred Berkowitz; secretary, ShirleyRothschild and treasurer, Carol Band. The Y-Ettcs are governed byMrs. Pearl Reisman. the Boy Scouts are led by Jack Greenberg and the Girl Scouts by Frances Ginsberg. It would take three months of column space to tell you of the new plans and programs in store for you that have been arranged by Mr. Grossman in conjunction with the presidents of the various groups. Murry Grossman, president of the Y. M. H. A., and Mrs. Mildred Rubenstcin, president of the Y. W. H. A., extend to their fellow members and friends a most sincere Happy New Year, as does your correspondent. With the start of the New Year, we all hope and pray that you will join one of the many divisions of the "Y" and cultivate for yourself the warmth and friendship of your own people. P. S. Our Executive Director has taken much time in preparing his New Year's column which will be found on Page 37. Give yourself a treat and read Mr. Grossman's New Year's column. A record-shattering attendance of 400 marked the 6th Masada Camp and Seminar held at Camp Mohaph Glen Spey. N. Y. TO ALL WE SAY "A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR" Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Seymour Rubin Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Jean Seitlin. son Emanuel and daughter Shirley Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. 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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 12, 1941

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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wJewiisti floridian
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VOLUME 14No. 37
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
Z.O.A.
AL IS
T
Cincinnati ( W N S )Judge
Louis E. Levinthal of Philadel-
phia was elected president of
the Zionist Organization of
America at the 44th annual con-
vention of the ZOA, succeeding
Edmund I. Kaufman, who an-
nounced on the eve of the Zion-
ist parley that poor health had
made it impossible for him to
seek reelection.
The election of Judge Levin-
thai, who has been chairman of
the national administrative coun-
cil of the ZOA for the past two
years, came as no surprise since
retiring President Kaufman, in
his message announcing his with-
drawal from the field, had urged
Judge Levinthal's election as one
"who would command the res-
pect 'and active support of all
American Zionists."
Dr. James G. Heller of Cincin-
nati, who opened the convention,
was elected chairman of the na-
" tional administrative council. Mr.
Kaufman will remain in the Zi-
onist organization as national
vice-president. The convention
re-elected the following as vice-
presidents of the ZOA: Dr. Solo-
mon Goldman, Chicago, Dr. Israel
Goldstein, New York, Louis Lip-
sky, New York, Judge Morris
Rothenberg, New York, Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, Cleveland, Robert
Szold, New York and Dr. Stephen
S. Wise, New York.
Dr. Harry Friedenwald of Bal-
timore and Judge Julian W.
Mack of New York were re-el-
ected honorary vice-presidents.
Louis P. Rocker was again named
treasurer.
The convention urged that Pal-
estine be included among the de-
mocratic nations receiving aid
from the United States through
the lend-lease bill. The political
committee rejected a suggestion
that the convention pass a reso-
lution on Soviet Russia as a
British ally in the present war.
Outgoing President Kaufman
precipitated a heated discussion
when he demanded that the ZOA
should assume complete control
over the United Palestine Appeal
and other Zionist fund-raising
organizations in this country,
urging that all Zionist activities
in the United States "be central-
ized, coordinated and built for a
definite purpose."
The resolution committee pre-
sented a resolution which called
upon the directors of the UPA
to consider themselves responsi-
ble to the Zionist administration.
This resolution will give the
ZOA some measure of control,
long demanded by the Kaufman
administration, over the UPA.
Mr. Kaufman's request that all
Zionist fund-raising organizations
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
CUBA STOPS DISTRIBUTION
ANTI-SEMITIC PROPAGANDA
Havana (WNS)Declaring that
anti-Jewish propaganda was
harmful to the welfare of the
country, a Cuban court sentenced
Franz Thol, local Nazi fuehrer, to
six months imprisonment after
finding him guilty of disseminat-
ing anti-Semitic leaflets and pro-
moting anti-Jewish agitation. The
court ordered Thol's deportation
following completion of the jail
term.
Six other members of the Cu-
ban Nazi Bund were released be-,
cause of lack of evidence. The
case marked the first Cuban court
action against distributors of an-
ti-Semitic propaganda.
Since there are no laws in Cu-
ba outlawing anti-Jewish propa-
ganda, the court applied exist-
ing legislation against Negro dis-
crimination. In handing down
its decision, the court ruled that
anti-Jewish propaganda was as
harmful to Cuba as racial propa-
ganda against Negroes.
HOLLAND NAZIS
TAKE PROPERTY
OWNED BY JEWS
"Slicoth Services" will
be held at the Greater Mi-
ami Synagogues Satur-
day evening shortly be-
fore Midnight. Complete
information will be found
in the Synagogue bulle-
tins on page 5.
Geneva (WNS)A system of
special ghetto schools for Jewish
children in Nazi-occupied Hol-
land was foreshadowed with the
announcement by Arthur Seyss-
Inquart, Nazi commissioner for
the Netherlands, barring all Jew-
ish children and teachers from
the country's puolic schools, it
was reported here.
The Nazi Commissioner's or-
der, marking the opening of the
new school year, prohibits Jew-
ish children from attending
schools taught by "Aryan" teach-
ers and bars non-Jewish children
from attending schools taught by
Jews.
The Nazi-controlled Dutch
newspaper "Deutsche Zeitung
fuer Die Niederlanden" reported
that the new decrees will make
necessary the erection of separ-
ate schools for Jewish children.
The establishment of special
schools for Jewish children has
long been an aim of the Nazi
administration but resistance by
Dutch educators and churchmen
had hitherto stalled the Nazi cam-
paign.
Advices reaching here from oc-
cupied Holland did not clarify
the question of financial support
of the Jewish schools. The Nazi
occupying authorities, it was un-
derstood, are demanding that the
Jewish population be taxed to
provide funds for the Jewish
schools.
Dutch educational leaders were
believed to be advocating Gov-
ernment-sponsorship of the Jew-
ish schools, pointing out that Na-
zi anti-Jewish decrees have im-
poverished the Jewish population
and made Jewish-support of
these schools virtually impos-
sible.
Meanwhile. Dutch newspapers
arriving here report that all Jew-
ish land and property, including
mortgages, must be registered
with a special office at the Hague
before September 15. The papers
stressed that the Hague bureau
was empowered to take over all
Jewish-owned land and property.
SOUTHEASTERN
FEDERATION TO
MEET SEPT. HTH
The executive committee of
the Southeastern Region, Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds, will meet on Sunday,
September 14th, at the Read
House in Chattanooga, Tenn.
As the administrative body of
the region, the executive commit-
tee will review regional develop-
ments and outline plans for the
coming year. Among committee
chairmen presenting reports will
be: M. J. Rothschild, Montgom-
ery, regional finances; Stanley C.
Myers of Miami, study of budget-
ing problems and procedures;
Donald Oberdorfer, Atlanta, and
Hirsh Kaplan, Nashville, regional
conference program; Rabbi Emil
W. Leipziger, New Orleans, reg-
ional planning.
"The fall meeting of the ex-
ecutive committee," asserted Ba-
ron de Hirsch Meyer, regional
president, "will be an unusually
important one. Changing wel-
fare needs in relation to the na-
tional defense program present
new problems in connection with
fund raising, social services, sol-
dier welfare and ether phases of
community organization. South-
ern communities are even now
feeling the impact of some of
these changes and the executive
committee, as a representative
body of community leaders, will
discuss the new developments as
a prelude to future planning."
The Southeastern Region is one
of the eight organized regions of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds and in-
cludes the states of Alabama.
Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Lou-
isiana, Mississippi, North Caro-
lina, South Carolina and Tennes-
see. Officers are: President, Ba-
ron de Hisch Meyer, Miami; vice-
presidents, M. J. Rothschild of
Montgomery and Donald Ober-
dorfer, Atlanta. Members of the
executive committee: Frank A.
Abelson, Isidore Pizitz and M. H.
Sterne of Birmingham; Henry A.
Alexander, A. L. Feldman, Her-
man Heyman and Edward M.
Kahn, Atlanta; Mrs. Brunette
Fox Arnold and Harry Lasker.
Little Rock; I. D. Blumenthal,
Charlotte; Avrome Boshwit, Ben-
jamin Goodman, Jr., Miss Stella
Lowenstein and Mrs. Neuton
Stern, Memphis; Alexander Brest
and David Lasarow, Jacksonville;
Julien Eliasberg, Selma; Bern-
ard Fensterwald, Fred Goldner
and Hirsh Kaplan, Nashville; Sam
J. Israel, Sheffield; Morris
Kirschman, J. Simpson Mathis.
E. Kirby Newburger and Leon
RittcnbePg, New Orleans; M. J.
Kopelowitz, Stanley C. Myers and
Max Orovitz, Miami; Stanley
Lachman and ?Ienry Morris.
Chattanooga; Mrs. Gustav Lich-
tenfels, Asheville; Bernard Lob-
man and Henry Weil, Montgom-
ery; Rabbi David Shor, Helena;
Morris Sosnik* Winston-Salcm;
Louis L. Switzer. Vicksburg; Mor-
ris J. Weiss. Alexandria; Max
Wolf, Knoxville.
FREIGHTER DOCKS IN CUBA;
17 HARROWING DAYS ASEA
Havana (W N S)The dilapi-
dated Spanish freighter Nave-
mar, with 1,200 weary refugees
crowded into every inch of space,
arrived here after 17 harrowing
days at sea. For 360 Jewish re-
fugees, who possessed Cuban vi-
sas, it marked the end of a hor-
rible voyage aboard what was
aptly described by refugeeraid
officials as a "floating concentra-
tion camp."
The remaining refugees re-
mained on board the freighter,
which normally has accommoda-
tions for 18 passengers, to con-
tinue the trip to the United
States. The arrival here of the
Navemar was preceded by re-
ports that epidemics had broken
out among the packed-in refu-
gees but Cuban medical authori-
ties presumably found nothing
amiss since they permitted the
360 refugees to debark.
STAR OF DAVID
TO BE WORN BY
ALL JEWS OVER 6
Zurich (WNS)All Jews over
six years of age in the Reich
and the protectorate of Bohemia
and Moravia must wear a large
yellow star of David (mogen da-
vid) with the black superscrip-
tion, "Jew," according to a
sweeping decree issued by Nazi
Secret Police Chief Reinhard
Heydrich
Any Jew over six who appears
in public without the yellow star
sewed to his clothing will be
subject to a fine of 150 marks or
six weeks' imprisonment. The
new regulation will become ef-
fective on Monday, September
15th.
At the same time, the Nazi
secret police head forbid Jews
to leave the districts in which
they live without special police
permission. This order will have
the effect of creating invisible
ghetto barriers since the Jews
will be allowed to leave their dis-
tricts only on extremely rare oc-
casions.
The new regulations, following
on the heels of the recent Nazi
edict banning emigration from
Germany of all Jews.
Tokyo (WNS)A shortage of
Jews in Japan was believed to
be the primary reason for the un-
expected poor attendance last
week at the first organized anti-
Jewish rally in the history of
Japan. There were less than
1,000 persons present.
A PLEA TO EVERY
JEW
tf you are at all interested in
your Jewish community, in its in-
tegrity and progress, and in Jew-
ish education, you can show your
interest during the coming weeks
and the Hinh Holy Days, by be-
coming a member of one of the
synagogues in our community, and
by praying in one of the established
synagogues of Greater Miami.
Whoever goes to a so-called
"mushroom synagogue" set up in
a hotel or other place of business
by individuals for their private
gain, by so doing, not only re-
fuses to help the Jewish commun-
ity in its work through its syna-
gogues and religious schools, but
actually does serious damage to the
welfare of our community, mocks
at the sacredness of Jewish wor-
ship, and withdraws his support-
ing hand, so greatly needed by
those working for the Jewish pre-
sent and future.
We plead with you, and through
you with your friends and neigh-
bors, to come to the aid of your
people and faith by worshipping at
and joining only the established
synagogues of Greater Miami.
(Signed)
Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami.
JEWISH CENTER
OF MIAMI BEACH
TO OPEN SUNDAY
The newly built Miami Beach
Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
will be officially opened to the
public Sunday, Sept. 14th at 2:30
p. m. according to Leo Robinson,
chairman of arrangements.
The dedication will be marked
by impressive ceremonies attend-
ed by many prominent leaders in
Greater Miami. The program will
be opened by Rabbi Dr. Samuel
Bension, newly elected Rabbi of
the Center. Mr. Robinson will
preside as chairman for the fes-
tivities planned.
Greetings and addresses will
be delivered by Rabbis Jacob H.
Kaplan, Abraham Kellner, Moses
Mescheloff, Max Shapiro and
Colman Zwitman. Ancient melo-
dies chanted by the cantors of
the local congregations and a vio-
lin solo by Dave Lester, and
Lynn Barrett (Winnie Belber),
vocalist accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Ann Belber, are in-
cluded in the program.
Only one wing of the Center
has thus far been completed. An
additional building is planned to
house a gymnasium and swim-
ming pool and all necessary fa-
cilities for athletic and physical
culture activities, club rooms,
class rooms, social and dramatic
events.
A series of concerts by fam-
ous artists and a forum to be ad-
dressed by lecturers of the high-
est renown has been arranged for
the coming season. Arrange-
ments have been made for more
than 700 worshippers to be ac-
commodated in the synagogue
during the coming services on
the Jewish High Holy Days com-
mencing Sept. 21st. The relig-
ious school will have enrollment
for classes this week.
Among the distinguished guests
invited for the occasion are: C.
H. Reeder. mayor of Miami; John
Levy, councilman of Miami
Beach; Claude Renshaw, city
manager of Miami Beach; Stanley
C. Myers, chairman of Federation
of Jewish Welfare Funds; Thom-
as J. Pancoast, president of Mi-
ami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce; Agnes Purnell, secretary
of the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce; J. Y. Gooch. presi-
dent of the Miami Chamber of
Commerce; Rev. J. Max Cook,
Baptist church; Rt. Msgr. William
Barry, Catholic church; Rev. R.
Wiley Scott, Community church;
Rev. W. J. Churchwell. Method-
ist church; Rev. W. C. Cumming,
Presbyterian church; Rev. Theo-
dore Bartusch. Lutheran church;
and a representative of the
Christian Science church.
MIAMI RABBINICAL BODY
TO MEET MONDAY EVENING
A call for a meeting by the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assoc-
iation for Monday evening at 8
p. m. at the Y. M. H. A. for all
those interested in a united Tal-
mud Torah project has been is-
sued. Several plans are now
ready for submission and their
feasibility will be discussed at
that time. This is the first step
resulting from preliminary study
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Survey Committee
appointed some time ago.
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KOMMENTS
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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
At his age for a fellow
You'd think he'd be mild and mellow
But does he get in a rage!
Yesand at his age
Common sense he has a lot
To use itafraid he's forgot
From many he has admiration
Use his headhe's a sensation
But alas and alack
'Tis sad but a fact
He wont listen to reason
He's accused of treason
He's stubborn and tough
You can't tell him enough
To change his ways and mind
Accomplish along the right line
And being a member of the bar
You'd think with things as they are
That knocking he would quit
With the council he would sit
To do much good
As all of us should.
When organizations have
rules and regulations. King
voices the opinion that they
should be adhered to and with
no exceptions made banker,
lawyer, business man. Infor-
mation and lists should be
given to no one pressure
and pull be damned .
Several huddles of the Clergy
which might be termed "Coun-
cils of War" were held to deter-
mine the attitude towards the
new institution which this week
has blossomed into full bloom
King's afraid they have no
choice .
King after these four short
weeks of Kommenting feels
that he is on substantial ground
enough to further Komment
that some of these columnists
or shall King saywould be
columnistswould be better
termed columNISHTS ... a
word to the wise .
King ponders the thought that
those so anxious to raise funds
and establish a "Home for the
Aged" are looking for a "Home
for themselves."
A united Talmud Torah
movement once again steps
forward. King sees great good
if dictatorship direction is eli-
minateddoesn't sound as if
much has been said but a united
Talmud Torah must be a com-
munity project.
Our brethren in no uncertain
terms have been told to stay
away from the golf course of one
of the country clubs hereDe-
finitely no wanted. It is a
semi-private institution. And
how will you determine who are
those that are forbidden Oh-
we can telljust look at them .
Suppose we come as a guest of
a memberthen we'll have to
let you playbut that don't hap-
pen very often. The matter is
being looked into.
The 'Magna Carta' of one of
the local organizations is at
present being scrutinized as
not being what it should be ...
What's a charter more or less.
BRITISH JEWS JOIN IN DAY
OF PRAYER LEAD BY RABBI
London (W N S)Synagogues
throughout Great Britain were
crowded with thankful Jewish
Worshippers as British Jewry
participated in England's third
national day of prayer.
The most impressive ceremony
took place in London where
Chief Rabbi Joseph H. Hertz,
speaking from the ruins of the
Great Synagogue, which was
severely damaged in a Nazi air
raid one year ago, told thousands
of Jews that "unshakable is our
conviction that victory will crown
the righteous cause of Britain
and that the Great Synagogue
will rise again."
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POLISH CUBIT
INCLUDES JEW
IN NEW SEHP
London (WNS)Premier Gen.
Sikorski presented tangible evi-
dence that Jews will be accorded
equal political and economic
rights in the new post-war Po-
land when he appointed Dr. Her-
man Lieberman, Polish Jewish
Socialist leader, as Minister of
Justice of the exiled Polish Gov-
ernment.
Dr. Lieberman, one of the So-
cialist leaders imprisoned by
Marshal Josef Pilsudski ten years
ago. will be the first Jewish Ca-
binet member in the history of
Poland. He replaces Marian
Seyda, anti-Semitic Polish Na-
tionalist, who resigned because
of his opposition to the treaty
recently concluded between So-
viet Russia and the Polish Gov-
ernment-in-exile.
The appointment of Dr. Lieb-
erman, who has been living in
exile for many years, was hailed
in Jewish circles here as the
dawn of a new era of friendship
between Poles and Jews. The ap-
pointment of the Jewish Social-
ist leader came as a blow to Po-
lish Endek leaders here who had
hoped to win over General Si-
korski to their anti-Semitic pro-
gram.
At the same time, a movement
was launched to include at least
three Jews in the Polish National
Council, which was dissolved by
President Raczkiewiecz and will
be reorganized with several Po-
lish leaders who have been re-
cently released from exile in So-
viet Russia. Dr. Ignacy Schwar-
tzbart is at present the sole Jew-
ish member of the Polish Na-
tional Council.
The inclusion of three Jewish
representatives in the National
Council is sought on the ground
that the Jews constitute almost
ten percent of the total popula-
tion in Poland. It was believed
likely that the request for in-
creased Jewish representation in
the Council would be granted.
Zionist circles here have ad-
vanced the names of Prof. Moses
Schorr, Chief Rabbi of Poland,
and Dr. Emil Sommerstein, for-
mer deputy of the Polish Parlia-
ment, for membership in the new
National Council. Rabbi Schorr
and Dr. Sommerstein were ex-
pected to be released in Moscow
momentarily. Another possibil-
ity is Jacob Trokenheim, former
Polish Senator, whose candidacy
is supported by the Agudas Israel.
REPRESENTATIVE DICKSTEIN
URGES COMMITTEE TPROBE
New York (WNS)Urging a
Congressional investigation into
the activities of the America First
Committee, Representative Sam-
uel Dickstein of New York
charged that the isolationist
group "acts as a sort of front"
for anti-American, pro-Nazi and
other organizations which have
fascistic tendencies.
In a telegram to Rep. Martin
Dies, chairman of the House
Committee to investigate un-
American activities, Mr. Dick-
stein said: "Important your com-
mittee investigate the America
First Committee, Inc. Your com-
mittee is authorized to do so un-
I der terms of resolution creating
' it. There is no question that this
I group is engaged in business of
I appeasing the dictators and seek-
! ing to organize the American
! people for fascistic aims.
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College students needing part
time employment register
for appointment with
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
Vocational Guidance Director
at the Y. M. H. A., 1567 S. W.
Sth Street
or B'nai B'rith office. 722
Seybold Bldg.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
With the approach of the High
Holidays, our thoughts turn to
our fall program of activities.
This year Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director, has prepared
one of the finest cultural pro-
grams to be conducted in this vi-
cinity. Many projects are planned
the first of which is the Adult
Forum Group which will com-
mence on Tuesday, October 21
and will be conducted the first
and third Tuesdays af the month
thereafter.
It is planned to have a topic
discussed at every Forum with a
moderator in charge. The follow-
ing is the tentative program and
subjects scheduled for the bal-
ance of the year.
October 21"Once again as in
the faithful days of 1917, the
United States had pledged to aid
Great Britain. What are the is-
sues at stake?"
November 4"Do the legisla-
tures of the various states pass
too many laws? Are not the
present laws on the statute books
adequate to cope with the pres-
ent day crises?"
November 18"What can the
public do to assist the authorities
in enforcing the criminal laws?
Are present criminal laws ade-
quate to cope with the existing
crime situation?"
The subjects of the other Fo-
rum meetings have not as yet
been selected but will be an-
nounced in a later issue. The ex-
ecutive director invited some of
the outstanding leaders in the
community to conduct these Fo-
rums and as soon as favorable re-
plies are received, the same will
be announced.
In addition. Mr. Grossman plans
to have meetings wherein the
members of the various Jewish
organizations in this area will be
the guests of honor. It is also
planned to have a Jewish Infor-
mation Please Night which will
be similar to the Information
Please program conducted over
the air except for the fact that
the questions asked will pertain
to Jewish problems.
In addition there will be two
courses. The first will be a course
in parliamentary procedure con-
ducted by Hon. E. Albert Pallot.
The second will be a public
speaking course. The name of
the instructor is not available
yet.
Post Yom Kippur Dance
The annual Post Yom Kippur
Dance will be held this year on
Wednesday evening, October 1,
at 9 o'clock at the Y auditorium.
Charles Blau is chairman and is
assisted by the following: ad-
visory chairman, E. Albert Pal-
lot; ticket chairman, Nat Blum-
berg and Mrs. Julius Jacobs; pub-
licity, Harry Schwartz: photo-
graphy. Herman Waitsman; sound
equipment, Carol Band; floor
show, Jules Wilson; decorations,
Jean Seitlin and Al Reisman;
posters, Frank Rose, Al Berko-
witz; refreshments, Joseph Schaf-
fer; entertainment. Dr. Samuel
Beckman, Dolly Pont, Mildred
Rubenstein, Mrs. Iris Blumberg,
Mrs. Molly Belov, Bea Merlin,
Mildren Berkowitz, Muddy Gros-
sman, Joseph A. Berman Pete
Silverman and Phil Berkowitz;
box office, Mrs. Norman Jacobs
and Miriam Sager; secretary,
Shirley Rothschild.
More details in future columns.
For legal advertising phone
2-1141 and our representative
will call for your copy.
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TELEPHONE 5-5625
Now Accepting Seat Reserva-
tions for the High Holy Days.
Admission is Free and All Are
Welcome at the
SELICHOT SERVICES
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AT MIDNIGHT
Rev. Dr. Samuel Bension
founder of the Cleveland Jew-
ish Center and former Rabbi
of the leading Congregations
at Chicago and New York,
will speak on
"Taking Stock at
Midnight"
CANTOR BERELE KELEMER
will conduct the services
The Office is Open Daily
from 9 A. M. to 10 P. M.
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PAGE FIVE
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
136 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1173
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services_________ 7:30 a.m.
Evening Services______6:00 p.m.
Saturday morning---------8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning_______8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily9-12 a.m.
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
JR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1565 Jefferson Avenue
Office Phone5-5625
Miami Beach
Mrs. Louis Mtrgnlitt Reporting for Beth
David ConfregotUy* and Sisterhood
Slichos Services
The "Slichos Services" will be-
gin at the Beth David Synagogue
this Saturday night at 11:30.
Cantor Henry Marbein, assisted
by the choir will chant the entire
services. Promptly at 11:30 the
Rabbi will speak on the subject
"Dare We Face The Truth!" We
urge all members and friends to
attend these services preparatory
to the High Holy Day season. It
will be your first opportunity to
hear our noted Cantor and the
choir. We are looking forward
to your presence.
New Hebrew School Semester
Registration for the Fall se-
mester of the Beth David Hebrew
School will take place at the of-
fice Monday and Tuesday after-
noon from 3 to 5. Parents are
requested to bring their children
and register them this week. Re-
gistration must be final by Thurs-
day. We ask you not to delay
and attend to this immediately.
Sunday School Registration
Registration of pupils of the
Beth David Sunday School will
take place Sunday morning, Sep-
tember 28th at 10 o'clock. Par-
ents are requested to bring their
children and register them. Do
not let the children come by
themselves.
High Holy Days Services
A committee will be at the
synagogue this week for the pur-
pose of distributing the tickets
for the High Holy Days. We ask
all members and friends to come
by and receive their tickets or
call the office 2-1473.
Uniform Services
The Uniform services con-
ducted throughout the entire
High Holy Days season will be
in Hebrew and English with Ad-
ler's Machzors as a prayer book.
We urge every seat holder to
purchase a set of two volumes
from Mr. Bader or the office.
Every Jewish home should pos-
sess a set of prayer books for the
holidays.
Congregational Meeting
Members and wives are asked
to be present without fail at an
important Congregational meet-
ing this Sunday evening at 8
o'clock at the Beth David Audi-
torium. Presentation of the plans
and program for the physical and
spiritual maintenance of our in-
stitution will be made.
The highlights of the meeting
will be the introduction of our
newly elected Cantor. It is ne-
cessary that every member who
is interested in the welfare of our
institution to be present to meet
our Cantor, and to participate
in the discussions of the evening.
We are looking forward to seeing
you. Do not fail us.
Services for High Holy Days
Service men, newcomers to
America and indigent people
who are unable to purchase
tickets for the High Holy Days
are asked to contact the office
2-1473, and arrangements will be
made to take care of them. We
advise all members and friends
who know of such type to please
notify us.
We are primarily concerned not
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNBR, Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 3. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
Services Schedule
Daily Services ------------ 8 A. M.
Evening Services__........ 6 P. M.
Saturday ........._________9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat _______......5 P. M.
Selichot Services
The traditional Selichot Ser-
vices will be held on Saturday,
September 13th at midnight.
Cantor Berele Kelemer will con-
duct the services. Dr. Samuel
Bension will speak on "Taking
Stock at Midnight."
At the morning services at 10
a. m. Dr. Bension will preach on
"The Book and the Sword." At
5 p. m. the Mincha services are
held by an Oneg Shabbat hour
at which Sueda Shlishit refresh-
ments are served. A program of
traditional melodies and modern
Palestine songs is presented and
Dr. Bension will speak on "This
is the Life."
High Holy Day Seat Reservations
A committee is in attendance
daily at the office from 9 a. m. to
10 p. m. to serve all desiring to
reserve seats for the High Holy
Days. Dr. Samuel Bension as-
sisted by Cantor Berele Kelemer
will conduct the services. Ad-
ler's uniform prayer book with
the English translation will be
used. A schedule of the High
Holy Day services and the sub-
jects of Dr. Bension's sermons
will be published in the next is-
sue of the Floridian.
Hebrew and Sunday School
The registration of pupils for
the daily Hebrew School and the
Religious School, which will meet
on Sunday mornings, commenc-
ing with the Children's Succoth
Celebration on Sunday, October
12th, is now in progress. Both
schools will be under the per-
sonal supervision of Dr. Bension
in cooperation with a faculty of
trained expert teachers. Hebrew
school classes will begin Wed-
nesday, September 24, 3:30 p. m.
Young People's Organisation
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter invites applications for mem-
bership from men and women.
Our facilities provide for reli-
gious, educational, social, and
cultural activities. The plans
provide also for an additional
building equipped to provide ad-
equate facilities for athletic and
physical culture activities.
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls ________7:15 a.m.
Second M in yon_________8:00 a. m.
Mincha_______________5:30 p.m.
Maarir ________________8:00 p. in
Friday________5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service_____......8:30 a. m.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21et Terrace
only with their welfare, but that
no one worship at any "Mush-
room Synagogue" in this area,
for it not only casts a reflection
upon their character, but it is
a Mokem-Tomae," it is a place
unfit for the word or name of
God to be mentioned.
eat and drink
AT
JENKINS' LITTLE INN
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Cor S. E. 1 Ave. & S. E. 1 St,
TO CHECK
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For Legal advertising phone
2-1141 and a representative will
call for your copy.
Slichos Services
The traditional midnight Sli-
chos services will begin on Sat-
urday night coming promptly at
midnight. Rabbi Abraham Kell-
ner will preach preceeding the
services on "Finding Fault" and
the musical portion of the ser-
vices will be rendered by Cantor
Joseph Malek and his fully-
trained choir of fifteen voices.
Seatholders and their friends are
cordiaHy welcome.
Ticket Committee
The ticket sales committee
headed by H. M. Drewich will be
in the synagogue Saturday night
all evening preceeding the Sli-
chos Services and every week-
day morning between 10 and 12
and every evening between 7 and
10. We urge everyone to make
their reservations promptly to
avoid delay and disappointment.
Board of Directors
The next meeting of the Board
of Directors will be held on Tues-
day night, September 16th at
8:30 p. m. in the Talmud Torah
Hall. Final arrangements for the
High Holiday Services will be
made and members of the Board
are urged to be prompt in their
attendance.
Talmud Torah
Regular classes will begin on
Monday at 3:30 p. m. and will be
continued every weekday be-
tween the hours of 3:30 and 6 p.
m. Parents are asked not to de-
lay the registrations of children.
The following pupils received
National Defense Savings Stamps
as prizes for perfect attendance
in August: Barry Geltner, Her-
bert Geltner, Leon Kassin, Lill-
ian Malek, Joe Mintzer, Charles
Rosenbluth and Bernard Swich-
kow.
Refuo Shlemo
We pray for the speedy and
complete recovery of our dear
Sisters, Mrs. Max Solloway and
Mrs. Murray Shulman and hope
that they will soon rejoin their
loved ones in good health.
Maael Tor
We are happy to extend sincere
Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Prusoff who celebrated
this week their 25th wedding an-
niversary. We hope that they
will live to celebrate their golden
wedding anniversary.
Congratulations
We extend sincere congratula-
tions to two young ladies of our
synagogue who were honored
with scholarships at the Univer-
sity of Miami. Miss Rita Gross-
man and Miss Phylis Shulman
were among the original founders
of the Habonoth group and both
rendered valuable services to our
shul and Sunday School. Their
achievements are of a source of
pride to all of us.
Children's Services
The children of the Talmud
Torah participate in the services
every Sabboth morning under the
supervision of the Rabbi and the
Cantor. The congregational re-
sponses are taught to the children
by Cantor Malek and Rabbi Kell-
ner has issued a call to all boys
of past bar mitzvah age to join
in a junior synagogue group
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Selichoss Services
Selichoss services will be held
this Saturday night in our syna-
gogue at midnight. Rabbi Me-
scheloff will speak on the subject
"With Open Eyes." Cantor
Mamches will chant the services
with the assistance of our choir.
Choir
We have this year, we believe,
the best and largest choir in our
history, and in greater Miami
this year. It is under the leader-
ship of A. L. Mechlowitz, and in-
cludes Joel La Pato, Louis Teit-
elbaum, Irving Laibson, Bernard
E. Teitelbaum, Herman Mechlo-
witz and Norman Burton. They
will sing during Selichoss ser-
vices.
Radio Hour
Our cantor and choir will sing
on the Jewish Hour over radio
station WIOD this Sunday at
4:30 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "Religious Awakening."
Holy Day Seats
Beginning with Selichoss night,
tickets for the High Holy Days
will be on sale at the synagogue
daily from 9 to 12 each morning
and from 5 to 10 each evening.
We urge early purchase of seats
for a better selection.
Religious School
Official registration of children
in our Hebrew School classes and
for our Sunday morning sessions
will be held this Monday from
4 to 7 p. m. in the Talmud Torah
building office.
We plead with all parents to
register their children this Mon-
day so we can arrange our classes
to the best advantage. The sub-
jects taught the opening weeks
of our school semester are most
important for the proper prepara-
tion of children for the reception
of the Holy Days we celebrate
this month.
Siyum
Rabbi Mescheloff will hold a
Siyum over a Talmudic Tract
this Saturday afternoon during
Shalosh S'oodoss. Mr. M. Feit
will supply the refreshments.
Welcome Home
We are happy to welcome back
to our midst our president, M. B.
Frank, his wife and daughter,
who spent a brief vacation in
New York.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, September
12th, services conducted by Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitman.
Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. H. Kohl an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah celebra-
tion of their son, Danny, to be
held at the Temple services, Fri-
day evening, September 19th. A
reception will follow.
Temple Calendar
Friday evening, September
19th, 1941, services at 8:15 p. m.
Friday, September 19th, 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m., High Holy Day
Seating committee shall be pre-
sent at the Temple. Arrange-
ments for the High Holy Days
may be made.
Sunday, September 21st, 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m., arrangements for
Temple attendance with High
Holy Day Seating committee.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday
evening, the memory of the fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Nellie Wi-
ner, wife of Abe Winer; Henry
J. Williams, father of Henry D.
Williams; Yetta W. Weiner, wife
of David Weirter.
Yahrzeits: Hyman Roth, fa-
ther of Nat Roth; Natalia Cohen,
sister of Mrs. H. I. Homa; Bella
Weintraub, mother of Maurice
Weintraub; Maurice L. Pastroff,
husband of Mrs. Ann Pastroff.
For Legal advertising phone
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call for your copy.
which will be organized shortly
after the holidays for the pur-
pose of acquainting them with
participation of services and all
other synagogue customs.
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PAGE SEVEN
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rem to discipline individual
Jews whose sharp business prac-
tices discredit the rest of us. .
Fortunately, this breed of Jew
does not exist in large numbers.
But since the non-Jews unfairly
make us our brothers' keepers
we cannot afford to have even
one renegade among us.
What gives us nostalgia for the
self-regulation in the Jewish
community of by-gone days, is an
incident involving a Beach Men's
Shop on Washington Avenue .
A refugee, who, to begin with,
earns a livelihood only through
the generosity of a certain com-
munal leader, bought a shirt in
this shop Taking advantage
of the newcomer's apparent un-
familiarity with "caveat emptor",
the Jewish owner of the shop
switched shirts in the process
of wrapping and the purchaser
walked out with a lower-priced
shirt.
The refugee did not discover
this until he arrived at his place
of employment When his
gentile employer interceded with
the Beach Men's Shop to rectify
the wrong handling and exchange
the article, the owner first took
the shirt, then insulted the em-
ployer and proceeded to assault
him physically.
Furthermore, when approached
by a representative of the ADL
the shopkeeper refused to do
anything about the incident .
passed the buck to a salesman
who is supposedly is out of the
city indefinitely Now he has
both the shirt and the purchase
money and the ill feeling to-
ward an individual dishonest
Jew is easily transferred to the
group as a whole.
We say again, oh for the days
of the cherem! ... or at least its
modern equivalent.
Read and Remember
An exciting piece of non-fiction
is "Battles of A Bystander," by
Franz Spencer (Liveright, New
York $2.50) The author, a
former newspaperman and Ger-
man film director, now in Holly-
wood, covers the wars from 1919
to 1939.
Spencer details many colorful
incidents, tells about the Com-
munist revolution in Germany,
the start and development of the
Soviet Revolution, the Nazi es-
pionage system, the regimenta-
tion of life in Germany, etc.
To us, though, two portions of
the book stand out most vividly.
One offers a good subject for
speculationalways an interest-
ing pastime ... In February,
1931, Spencer, while motoring
with a friend, saw Hitler walking
down a road where he might
have killed him, but didn't.
How different the course of
history might have been had he
acted on that day! He could
have destroyed the monster be-
fore he unleashed the brown del-
uge over Europe.
Then there is the writer's ref-
erence to the refugee problem.
. the sad touching story of
Wiesner Waiting below the
American border in Mexico for
an entrance on the quota, he
finds himself forever banned be-
cause he has contracted tubercu-
losis.
But the plight of the German
Jewish refugee waiting longingly
south of the Rio Grande for his
quota number to be called some-
times has its happy ending too.
Many times, in spite of all red
tape, the day comes when "he
shakes the consul's hand, packs
his belongings and proudly
climbs into the car which will
carry him across the American
STRICTLY
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Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
some revisions before it appears
on Broadway Gertrude Berg,
creator of radio's Molly Gold-
berg and family, is thinking of
writing a play for Broadway pro-
duction this season ... It the
life of Houdini, the famous magi-
cian, is filmed, it'll be Paul Muni
who plays the part of the great
prestidigitator Jimmy Fid-
ler insists that Greta Garbo and
Dr. Benjamin G. Hauser got
married not long ago And
near Reno, of all Dlaces .
PICTORIAL NEWS
We wonder how many Zion-
ists know that way back in 1648
a petition, favorably accepted by
the British authorities, specified
that "this Nation of England,
with the Inhabitants of the Ne-
ther-lands, shall be the first and
readiest to transport Israeles
Sons & Daughters in their Ships
to the Land promised to their
fore-Fathers, Abraham, Isaac and
Jacob, for an everlasting Inheri-
tance" This was in the famous
petition presented by Johanna
Cartwright and her son Ebenezer
border The great grandson of
the wandering Jew has found a
new home!"
Makes us think somewhat of
Mary Antin's "Promised Land."
And so, once again, gut shab-
bos!
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This is YOUR America yours to
love, protect And in this flaming
year, when nations and ideals are
tottering, the savings you place
in government defense stamps
and bonds are an investment in
America and in your future!
For your convenience, your Sun-
shine Service company is main-
taining a "stamp bank" where
you can buy government defense
stamps. And every penny, from
smallest stamp to conversion into
interest-bearing bonds, will help
'defend your America.
'Start your defense savings stamp
book today. They are available at
any Sunshine Service office, and
you can start for as little as 25 cents!
FLORIDA PO
GMT COMPANY
for the re-admission of the Jews
to England, which Cromwell
eventually granted .A facsi-
mile of two pages of this petition
appears in Volume Four of the
Universal Jewish Encyclopedia
. Other pictures you'll find
particularly interesting in this
volume are photographs of Jacob
Epstein's controversial sculptures
"Genesis" and "Adam" Then
there's a photo, highly ironical
in the light of recent events,
showing a poster of thanks put up
in France by Jewish refugees
who had found shelter there .
And, just to prove to yourself
that there's nothing new under
the sun, you can also take a look
at the reproductions of two pic-
tures illustrating the article on
Franfort on Main One is a
vivid presentation of Jew-bait-
ing as practised in 1819, and the
other shows the plundering of the
Frankfort ghetto in 1614 And
now, if you want to have your
faith in peace on earth to men
good will restored, turn to page
69 of this volume, where you'll
find a photograph which looks
for all the world like an old-
fashioned Christmas card, but ac-
tually represents the B'nai Israel
Synagogue at Elmira, N. Y.
PALMER IS APPOINTED AS
LIASON DIRECTOR FOR DADE
Colonel Sidney H. Palmer,
president of Beth David Congre-
gation and active in numerous
other organizations has been ap-
pointed Liason Director between
the Defense Council of Dade
County and the Y. M. H. A. and
Jewish Welfare Board, groups
that are preparing to provide
entertainment an facilities for
service men visiting the city. The
appointment was made by R. A.
Williams, chairman.
LEGAL NEWS
Mr. Isaac Joffe has announced
the opening of offices for the
general practice of law at 1110-15
Biscayne Building, Miami, Fla.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of JAY'S MEN'S SHOP Intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HERMAN BRAUNSTEIN*
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicant
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of E. & J. EQUIPMENT CO.. (not
Inc.), Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ED PONCHER
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicant
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ELEANOR'S; and. GORDON'S, in-
tend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SIMON WOLFF
HERMAN GORDON
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicant
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of IANP O' SUN DAIRIES, at 1751
Coral Way, Miami. Florida, Intend to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
EI.WEM, W. PEARCE
JOSEPHINE B. PEARCE
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of IAND O' SUN DAIRIES*, at 3416
N. W. 17 Ave Miami, Florida. In-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
RUSSELL CURTIS
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LAND O' SUN DAIRIES, at 4300
N. W. 7th Ave.. Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JOHN H. BUTTS
9/12-19-26 1O/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LAND O" SUN DAIRIES, at 199
N. W. 62nd St.. Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HAROLD A. GOULD
9/12-19-26 10/3-10
For legal advertising phone
2-1141 and our representative
will call for your copy.
PALM BEACH
NOTES
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MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Shocoff.
and children have returned from
a four week's trip in the north.
They attended the wedding of
Mr. Shocoff's nephew in Brook-
lyn. N. Y.
Mrs. M. Schrebnick is conva-
lescing from an illness of several
weeks and can receive visitors at
her home 414% 8th street.
FORM NEW JEWISH GROUP
TO ADHERE WORLD JEWRY
London (WNS)A committee
of prominent Russian Jewish
writers, playwrights, educators
and statesmen has been formed
in Moscow to seek closer ties
with Jewish communities the
world over and to undo the dam-
age done by the now defunct
"Yevsektzia," Jewish section of
the Russian Communist party, ac-
cording to reports received here.
Following the recent Moscow
mass meeting at which 26 noted
Russian Jews issued an appeal
to Jews throughout the world to
support Soviet Russia in its war
against Nazi Germany, a report
stated.
TICKETS NOW ON
SALE DAILY
from
9 A. M. TO NOON
and
5 TO 10 P. M.
at the
BETH JACOB
SYNAGOGUE
301-311 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
SERVICES WILL BE HELD
IN OUR SYNAGOGUE
BUILDING
and
OUR TALMUD TORAH
BUILDING
RABBI MOSES
MESCHELOFF
will preach in English and
Yiddish in BOTH Buildings
Throughout the Holidays
CANTOR
MAURICE
MAMGHES
with a
Large, Well Trained Choir,
Under the Leadership of
A. L. MECHLOWrrZ
Will Chant at the Services
ROSH HASHONO
September 22 and 23
YOM KIPPUR
October 1st
Tickets Gratis to Refugees.
Draftees and All Those
in Need
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