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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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VOLUME 14No. 43
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
IBIS BLAME THE
JEW ROOSEVELT
FOR T
Zurich (WNS)Denying that a
German U-boat had torpedoed
the United States destroyer
Kearny, the Nazi radio and press
charged that the "Jew Roosevelt"
had "staged" the Incident in or-
der to obtain speedy Congres-
sional modification of the Neu-
trality Act.
The Berlin radio said: "Roose-
velt has carefully and maliciously
set the scene for such a desir-
able incident. In this Jewish
trickery, however, he forgot the
loquaciousness of his companion
henchman Knox, who has always
made it clear that he and his
Masonic friends look forward to
such an incident as a desirable
"casus belli."
The Nazi commentator charged
that Secretary of the Navy Knox
had deliberately planned an 'in-
cident' in a conversation with Sir
Ronald Campbell. The Berlin ra-
dio said that it had learned of
this conversation.
In a front page article headed
"Jew Roosevelt," the Nazi news-
paper Der Angriff repeated the
will-known Nazi charge that
President Roosevelt is dominated
by Jews and added that "many
a drop of Jewish blood courses
in this man's veins."
UNITED TALMUD TORAH TO
HOLD MEETING AT Y. M. H. A.
Maurice Grossman, temporary
chairman of the Greater Miami
Talmud Torah project, now in
process of organization, has called
a meeting of the group, for Tues-
day evening at the Y. M. H. A..
1567 S. W. 5th Street.. Miami.
The movement for a United
Talmud Torah project, a topic of
discussion here for many years,
was instituted through the ef-
forts of local rabbis and interested
citizens. Several meetings have
been held and a planning com-
mittee will report at the meeting.
Permanent officers will be
selected.
OR. E. L ISRAEL
DIES OP ATTACK;
HUNGARY EASES BAN ON
JEWISH MEDICAL STUDENTS
EPIDEMICS OVER
GHETTOS II LODZ;
DEATH RATE HIGH
A.F.L.
DECLARATION
ENDORSEMENT
Stockholm (W N S)Rapidly-
spreading epidemics are decimat-
ing the Jewish populations of the
Warsaw and Lodz ghettos, with
an average of 200 Jews daily
falling victims to the dreaded
plagues, it was reported here.
Fear that the epidemics may
reach outside the ghetto walls,
prompted Dr. Hans Frank. Nazi
Commissioner in occupied Po-
land, to earmark 8.000.000 zlotys
(about S80.000) to fight the raging
epidemics which threaten to des-
troy the entire Jewish popula-
tions in those walled-in areas.
Broken, down by years of in-
adequate food and water sup-
plies, compelled to live eight and
ten persons in a room and vir-
tually without medical supplies
of any kind, the ghetto Jews were
easy prey for the epidemics.
DUTCH ANTI-JEWISH LAWS
STRIKE DISCORDANT NOTE
Cincinnati (WNS)Dr. Edward
L. Israel, president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America and
one of the leading reform rabbi.-
in the United States, died of a
heart attack shortly before he
was to be installed as executive
director of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations. Dr.
Israel was 45 years old.
Dr. Israel, a well-known lib-
eral and noted labor mediator,
was stricken at a meeting of the
Union's executive committee. He
arose to speak on a motion, then
fell back. He had resigned from
his post as rabbi of Har Sinai
Congregation in Baltimore to ac-
cept his new duties here.
Born and educated in Cincin-
nati, Dr. Israel was arbitration
chairman of the men's clothing
industry in Baltimore, chairman
of the Social Justice Conference
of American Rabbis and a mem-
ber of the 1939 White House Con-
ference on Children in Demo-
cracy.
A special funeral service was
held here for Dr. Israel and then
the body was sent for burial to
Baltimore. He is survived by a
widow, Mrs. Amelia Israel, and
two sons. His sudden death came
as a profound shock to Jewish as
well as labor and civic leaders.
A member and former presi-
dent of the Intcrchurch Club.
Dr. Israel constantly urged re-
ligious tolerance and mutual un-
derstanding in his speeches. He
was elected last July as execu-
tive secretary of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
At that time he said that "tra-
gic world events confront Amcri-
Lisbon (WNS (Hungary,
which recently barred Jewish
students from the country's medi-
cal schools at the request of
| Nazi Germany, has revoked its
j earlier decree and established a
numcrus clausus for Jews in me-
: dical universities, it was learned
here.
The step was taken after Hun-
garian medical authorities
, pointed out that with the Army
i drawing heavily on the country's
doctors the exclusion of Jews
would leave the country without
sufficient competent medical men.
MOO JEWS ARE
HELD IN BERLIN
CZECH JEWS HIDE
IN FORESTS AS
TERROR
London (W N S)A renewed
drive against Jews in Germany-
was launched this week with the
arrest of more than 6.000 Jews in
Berlin, charged with allegedly
violating food regulations which
forbid German Jews to buy cer-
tain foodstuffs, the Nazi radio
reported.
The Jews were seized in mass
raids. Other reports reaching
London from Germany indicate
that the Nazis are preparing a
winter drive against the Jews,
including further cuts in the pres-
ent inadequate food and clothing
rations.
It was reported that the Jewish
Kulturbund. which had organ-
ized theatrical performances,
concerts and movies for the Jew-
ish population, has been dissolved
and its artists sent to work in mu-
nitions factories, on compulsory
labor road building projects, etc.
Seattle (WNS)Declaring that
genuine equality of the Jews
among the nations of the world
can only be advanced through
restoring their national life on
the soil of Palestine, the 61st an-
nual convention of the American
Federation of Labor reaffirmed
its endorsement of the Balfour
Declaration.
A report submitted to the con-
vention by the AFL's Committee
on International Labor Relations
suggested that at the end of the
war, Great Britain, in coopera-
tion with the United States and ,
other democratic nations, imple-
ment the Balfour Declaration
"by facilitating further immigra-
tion and large scale settlement
of Jewish laboring masses in their
National Home in Palestine."
The report referred to the Jews
as "the greatest of all sufferers
at the ruthless hands of the en-
emies of freedom and demo-
cracy." and added that "the least
the democracies of the world can
Pledge" was real hope "through
a restoration of rights long over-
due, rights to a full development
l Palestine."
A report on immigration dis-
closed that the second world war
nas sharply curtailed immigra-
tion to the United States. It was
estimated that only about half
f the prospective immigrants
seeking to enter the United States
are granted the necessary per-
mits.
London (WNS)The elimina-
tion of Jewish musicians and con-
ductors from the noted Gebouw
Orchestra in Amsterdam resulted
in such a bedlam of disharmony
that, after the debut of the new
"juden rein" orchestra, even the
Nazi-controlled Amsterdam pa-
pers had to admit their disgust.
The Amsterdam newspaper Na-
tionals Dablad commented apol-
ogetically: "The necessary 'ar-
anvzation' of the Bebouw Orches-
tra" in Amsterdam has produced
pretty bad results." That "pret-
ty bad" is an understatement was
evidenced by the fact that since
the "aryanization." the orchestra
has changed conductors five times
in as many weeks.
The pro-Nazi paper admitted
that many music lovers are stay-
ing away from the concerts, the
works of a few Jewish compos-
ers are still performed.
CONGRisIoFl^AZrWOMEN
ENDORSES NUREMBERG LAW
Lisbon (WNS)-Delegates from
Nazi women's organizations in
Germany, Italy. Spain unoccu-
pied France and other Nazi-domi-
nated countries, meeting in Ber-
lin adopted a resolution endorsing
he spirit of the Nuremberg anti-
Jewish laws and Pledging to
sponsor anti-Semitism in their
native countries.
The Nuremberg laws are de
signed to eliminate Jews from
?he economic, political and social
life of Hitler's new Europe..
Geneva (WNS)Hundreds of
Jews in the Czech Protectorate
have abandoned their homes and
fled into the thickly-wooded for-
ests to escape imprisonment and
possible execution as Nazi of-
ficials continued to press their
anti-Jewish drive, it was reported
here.
Reports from the Nazi-ruled
Protectorate said that the forests
near Prague, Brin and other
Czech cities were filled with re-
fugees, both Jews and non-Jews.
The Nazi drive to end Czech re-
sistance and sabotage has taken
on such ruthless proportions that
no one feels safe from arrest.
The fury of the Nazi drive
was reflected in the Prague press
which demanded that all Jews be
shot on the ground that they
were saboteurs and Communist
agents. The Nazi press cites as
"proof" that many Jews had left
their homes to seek refuge in the
forests, arguing that the Jews
would not have left their homes
if they were not guilty.
The number of Czech Jews im-
prisoned and executed is growing
steadily. Nazi sources place the
number of Jews sent before Nazi
firing squads at 26. This figure
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
E WARNS
JEWS AGAINST
JEWISH WELFARE BUREAU
HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING
can Jewry with an unprecedented
challenge to preserve and develop
our historic Jewish spiritual tra-
ps'incc 1926 Dr. Israel had been
a member of the Commission on
Social Justice of the Central Con
ference of American Rabbis and
he was its chairman, "27-3J.
He was also a member of the
executive committee of the World
Jewish Congress, the nationa
Stive boards of the National
Kic Housing Conference and
National Housing Commission
and the National Religion and
Labor Foundation. Since 1934
he had been president of the Bai
Snore Branch of the American
Jewish Congress.
The Jewish Welfare Bureau
will hold their Annual Meeting
Monday evening. October 27th.
at the Seven Seas Restaurant.
The dinner meeting will start
promptly at 6.30 p. m.
Reports of the past years ac-
tivities will be rendered by the
officers. Budget, finance and
other matters of vital importance
are on the agenda for discussion.
Changes in the By-Laws will be
presented for ratification. The
Nominating Committee will pre-
sent the slate of officers and
board members for the ensuing
year.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Bureau, observing their Tenth
anniversary, will meet jointly
with the men's group.
The meeting is open to all in-
terested in the work of the Wel-
fare Bureau and the Baron de
Hirsch Loan Fund.
CHIEF RABBI ZIRELSON IS
KILLED IN NAZI AIR RAID
London (W N S)Rabbi Judah
Loeb Zirelson, Chief Rabbi of
Bessarabia and leading member
of the Agudas Israel, was killed
on July 6th in his home at Kish-
enev during a Nazi air raid, it
was announced here by the Cent-
ral Committee of the Agudas
Israel. The rabbi was 82 years
ld- .u
Rabbi Zirelson was born in tne
Ukraine and a former member of
the Rumanian Parliament.
Vichy (WNS)Vichy's Bureau
of Jewish Affaires, headed by an-
ti-Semitic Xavier Vallat. has
threatened with concentration
camps Jewish business men who
retain their contacts with "Ar-
yans," it was announced here.
The Bureau warned that Jews
who continue to conduct their
businesses will be sent to con-
centration camps unless they sell
their properties to "Aryans" with-
in the next few months. A stern
warning was issued against Jews
joining in secret partnerships
with non-Jews. x
The latest anti-Jewish measures
were disclosed while Nazi leader
Raymond Schultz charged in
Paris that "Jewish elimination in
France has not as yet been car-
ried out with all the necessary
energy and interest."
Schultz, who was sent to Paris
from Berlin to eliminate loop-
holes in the French anti-Jewish
legislation, told French news-
papermen that, from the official
Nazi point of view, more strin-
gent anti-Jewish restrictions must
be introduced in France "if the
France of the future does not
want to be compromised in the
new Europe."
Meanwhile, it was intimated
that Jewish farmers will not be
permitted to till more soil than
is necessary to feed their individ-
ual families. Steps are being
taken also to oust Jews from
[more commercial professions.


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Social
Personals
Clubs

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JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLETJf
Harriet Julian Damenitein
fof '.'.' past two years, and treas-
..-'.- '.:' :.< Young Judea Leaders
;.-. tit-'
Mi Dai lenstein was connect-
ed a::.', the Mian-.. Piayers. Grove
Players Temple Players, and the
Federal Players, She was also
beard on local radio stations. She
also was a member of the Lake
Shore Theater Stock Co. of West-
ford, Mass.. and was connected
with the Atterberry Players at
the Gay Nineties Club on Miami
Beach. -
Mr. Jackson was graduated
from the James Monroe High.
School. He was president of the
Senior League of Sinai Temple
for the past five years, a mem-
ber of the Big Brothers and Sis-
ters of the Hebrew Orphan
Asylum for the past two years
and is a member of the Nationa
next regular meeting of
Miami Unit of Jr. Hadassah
Id i -g Mcnday
evening, October 27th, b- the
a Hotel An interesting
rranged and
and members are cor-
ited to attend.
Definite plans for the Formal
Opening to be held November 2nd
Beachcomber will be given
-.; Mrs Harry Breskin. chairman.
also plans for the Thanksgiving
Formal will be given by Helen
Schiff.chairman. The dance is
luled for November 30th
at the MacFadden-Deauville.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
_ 1801 S. Andrews Avenue _
Ft. Lauderdale
Serving Broward County
Sabbath Services. Friday. 8 p.
m.. with lecture by Rabbi S. H.
Baron on "The House Beautiful".
Religious school. Sunday morn-
ing. 10 to 12 o'clock.
Temple Youth Club, Sunday
11:30 to 12:30.
Sisterhood meeting, Monday. 8
p. m., with talk by Miss Bessie
Graham, R. N of the Red Cross.
Sisterhood serving day, Tues-
day, 9 a. m.to 5 p. m., for the
Red Cross and British War Re-
lief Society.
Sisterhood luncheon. Wednes-
day, 12:30 p. m.. at the Florida
Power and Light Company de-
monstration rooms.
Adult Hebrew and Bible Class,
Wednesday. 8:00 p. m.
H. R Farr will make a Navy
Day address in behalf of the
Jewish War Veterans of Greater
Miami ever WKAT at 5 I
October .27.

A card party will be held Sun-
day. Oct. 26th at 2 p. m. at the
r.ome of Mrs. Rose Martrus. 830
3rd Street. Miami Beach spon-
sored -; the Pioneer Women of
Greater M.a~. ar.; M.ami Beach
and :' r the benefit of the DefeoM
_~:-r.: :f Da;-: C:-r.:y

Necessity for Adult Jewish
Education was the topic of Mr.
Isaac Joffe when he addressed a
large gat.-.en.-.g of the Ft. Laud-
Bna: B nth Lodge at its
ng last Thursday night. Mr.
William Paliot presided at the
meeting and also introduced Mr.
Is-aa: Lev..-, if ?-'.arr.:.

A meeting of the Pioneer Wo-
men'i Organization. Group No. 1.
hold a meeting Tuesday
evening, October 28 at the Beth
David Talmud Torah starting at
8 o'clock- Plans will be complet-
ed for a dinner scheduled for
Nov. 30th and coming events for
the ensuing year will be dis-
cussed.

Isaac Joffe. Miami attorney,
will address the Town Hall for-
um at its weekly session in the
Essex House. Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach. Sunday evening. Oct. 26
at 8:15 o'clock. A paneled discus-
sion on "Anti-Semitism in Amer-
ica." He will present the Jewish
viewpoint of the question. An
open forum will follow.

Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will be guest speaker
at the Town meeting of the
Spinoza Forum. 11th St. between
Collins Ave. and Ocean Drive.
Miami Beach, next Tuesday eve-
ning, Oct. 28th. at 8:15 o'clock.
This Saturday afternoon at 3:15
o'clock Dr. Abraham Wolfson will
speak on "The Life of Reason."

Appeals are being made thru
various Jewish organizations for
volunteer women to make surgic-
al dressings, and to sew. knit and
crochet for the American Red
Cross. Surgical dressings are be-
ing made daily at Richards Store.
Miami, from 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p.
m. Materials for knitting and
crocheting may be obtained by
calling Mrs. S. B. Miller, 3-4928;
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
materials for sewing by calling
Mrs. E. Hinkes, 3-5854.

All Jewish organizations of
Greater Miami have joined the
local Zionist Council and the Y.
M. H. A. in declaring Balfour
Day. which will be observed on
Sunday. November 2nd. as Me-
morial Day m memory of the late
Louis D. Brandeis and M. M. Us-
sisr.kin. Memorial services for
these two men will be held on
Sunday. November 2nd. at 8:15
at the Y. M. H. A. The entire
i Jewish community is asked to
attend these Memorial services
land pay final tribute to two of
our greatest men of the age.
a*
The installation of the newly
elected officers of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will take place this coming Sun-
iday evening at the new syna-
gogue building. Mr. Ben Meyers
will be chairman of the evening
and Mr. Max Orovitz will be the
installing officer. Brief congratu-
latory addresses will be heard
from the Rabbinical Association
and other Greater Miami Organ-
izations. Rabbi Abraham A. Kell-
ner. spiritual leader, will charge
the officers and address the gath-
ering.

Women's Division. American
Jewish Congress, will hold their
installation luncheon Monday.
Oct. 27th at 12.30 p. m. at the
St. Moritz Hotel. Miami Beach.
Rev. Joseph Barth. prominent
minister, will be the guest speak-
er. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
will conduct the installation and
will also speak on "Leadership
in the American Jewish Congress
in the Aftermath.'' A musical pro-
gram will be presented by Miami
artists. Rosemary Gerson and
Frances Druckerman. Mrs. S. H.
Lutsky, first vice president, will
preside as toastmaster. Reserva-
tions may be made by calling
Mrs. A. J. Tobin. 5-4421 or Mrs.
M. Krieger, 5-1454.
e e e
Formal installation of officers
of the Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver will be held
Tuesday, October 28th at the
Jefferson Hotel, Miami Beach, at
12 noon. Cards and mah jongg
will be played following the
luncheon. For reservations call
5-5680 or 3-4147.
Officers for the ensuing year
to be installed are: president.
Mrs. M. B. Ross; 1st vice presi-
dent. Mrs. S. Goldstrom; 2nd
vice president. Mrs. M. M. New-
man; 3rd vice president. Mrs. B.
Waldman; recording secretary.
Mrs. Frances Stark; correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. H. Friedman;
financial secretary. Mrs. L. Good-
us; treasurer. Mrs. S. Luby; au-
ditor, Mrs. H. Wronker. Install-
ing officer will be Mrs. Melvin
E. Davis and chairman of the!
affair is Mrs. Clementine Kemp,
who will be assisted by an able
committee.
Guest speaker will be Sol Gold-
strom.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. William I B-.xer-
man have returned to .
after a two weeks trip xlw
York City.

Mrs. Ida Spivack eelebratt i -r
49th birthday with her husband,
children and friends at her r.oroe
at 905 Michigan Avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein and
daughter Gladys of Miarr.: Beach.
returned from an extended vaca-
tion in Hendersonville. N C.

Helen Mintzer will spend the
week-end in Gainesville
she will attend the Fa:,
at the University of Florida

Gilbert Greenbaum celebrated
his fifth birthday with a party
at his home given by h;s par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Green-
baum.

Mrs. Jean Martin and her chiL
dren Lionel and Natalie, formerly
of this city, have annour.c-
will remain in New York : the
coming year. Natalie will con-
tinue her studies at the C:.
University.

Mrs. Fanny Klein of Brooklyn,
N. Y., has arrived in Miami to at-
tend the engagement reception of
her sonk Bernard Klein ar.d Miss
Molly Bear. During her visit
here Mrs. Klein will be the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. '.'.
Bear.

Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Roth of
Miami Beach arrived home Tues-
day on the steamship Algonquin
after spending the summer :n
New York where they visited
their children. During his trip,
Mr. Roth gave several addresses
pertaining to Judaism.

Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal
left Miami today for Houston.
Texas, where Dr. Rosenthal will
attend the annual convention of
the American Dental Association.
On their return they will visit
friends in New Orleans, return-
ing to Miami on November 2nd.

Mrs. J. Smith and son. Sam.
have left for their home in Cin-
cinnati, after spending several
days as guests of Mr. and Mrs-
Charles Peretzman, Miami Beach.
They were accompanied by Miss
Lillian Peretzman, who after a
stop over in Atlanta, will spend
ten days as their guest.
Stephen Allen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Tendrich, will celebrate
bit first birthday today.
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1941
KING'S..***^
KOMMENTS
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Talkinq is the whole town
And many with a big frown
At the meeting this week
That made the righteous weep
For that southwest congregation
Which really created a sensation
All kinds of records were broken
Facts which are better not spoken
And 'twas really a shame
For them to acquire a name
After doing so well
Truly going through hell
To keep open its doors
Build a new temple and other chores.
BUILD INTERNMENT CAMP
FOR UNITED STATES ALIENS
New York (WNS)-The con.
Struction of an internment camp
I "for the safeguarding of such
aliens as the War Department
: may deem necessary to hold,"
, was disclosed here by Brig. Gen.
Irving J. Phillipson. command-
ing general of the Second Corps
Area.
! The internment camp,the
first camp built for aliens since
the last World Waris located
at Camp Upton. Long Island. It
was believed that similar camps
now being constructed in other
corps areas.
PAGE THREE
King must Komment on prob-
ably the story of the year .
even though the boss was in the
thick of it the S. W. congre-
gation's annual election which
broke all records Records of
campaigning, congregational po-
litics, questionable tactics .
to put it mildly new members
at any one time cash turned
in for dues conduct at an
election meeting surprise de-
clinations and others too numer-
ous to mention Believe it or
not 101 new members that night
. almost doubling the active
membership approximately
$1,000.00 in cash for dues taken
in about 300 people present
... 200 voting ... the contest de-
cided by nine votes the aud-
ience composed of sons of beaches
as the chairman of elections so
adroitly put it ... a M. B. Butch-
ers Association which was
thought to have been defunct
and dead, but it seems which had
been revived for the poor and
not kindred to its purpose, of
using a butcher's knife and not
on meat with the finger put
on the spiritual leader as the
general campaign manager and
as aides Kashrath supervisors
and religiously connected indi-
viduals one group declined
100'", all offices after the first
contest and a drunk acted as
jester for the evening rep-
resentatives and heads of all the
remaining religious institutions
were present to watch the pro-
ceedings ... As an aftermath
King was the recipient of many
letters and phone calls express-
ing amazement as to its perpetra-
tion quoting from some of the
letters "the most irreligious
stupidity ever exhibited in this
community" "Heaven knows,
I am not religious but it was dis-
gusting to see an election bought
at the price of Kashrath and this
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
fDRflTIOII FLflSHS
Federation approved the or-
ganization of a permanent Volun-
teer Bureau' available to all lo-
cal organizations. Federation
takes this step in its program to
enlarge its scope of service. Vol-
unteer workers are needed and
are asked to call Federation of-
fice 3-5411.
Budget committee hearings .ire
now being held for all partici-
pating agencies of Federation.
Morris Klass, executive director
of Federation has announced that
is one "election which sure was | meetings of the board of directors
paid for" "This community wil1 be he'd more frequently this
needs two Yom Kippurs to get, vear
rid of all the sins committed in
this congregation's election, but
even that wouldn't relieve the
Y. W. H. A. Book Review. Wed-
nesday. October 29th
Mrs. Joel Belov. chairman of
the Book of the Month Club, an-
nounces that Mrs. Max Shapiro
will review the book, "The Great
Hatred" by Maurice Samuels,
next Wednesday evening. Octo-
ber 29th. at the "Y". After the
book review impromptu discus-
sions will be given by prominent
persons in this vicinity. Everyone
is invited.
"Y" Forum Great Success
The first session of the "Y"
Adult Forum Group took place
last Tuesday evening when a
capacity audience heard Frank
Malone, W. I. O. D. radio com-
mentator. An interesting dis-
cussion followed the regular talk.
Maurice Grossman announces
that these sessions will be held
the first and third Tuesdays of
every month. The next forum
will be held on Tuesday. Novem-
ber 4. when Senator Ernest R.
Graham will be the main speaker.
New Classes
The following new classes are
planned at the "Y": Bridge and
Mah Jongg, under the direction
of Mrs. Julius L. Jacobs; Piano
classes for children, under the
direction of Mrs. Gertrude Fried-
evening, Sam Seitlin was ap-
pointed Chairman of a Bulletin
Committee. This committee will
meet shortly and make plans for
issuing a Monthly Bulletin.
Room and Board Listings
All persons desiring to rent any
of their rooms for the season,
please register with the office
at the Y. M. H. A. Just drop us
a card.
H. Schwartz and Al Berkowitz
Lead "Y" Duckpin League
With six weeks of a 21 week
schedule completed. Al Berko-
witz and your correspondent's
aggregation are tied for first
place in the "Y" Duckpin League.
Following are the standings and
first ten averages ss compiled by
club secretary, Al Reisman:
A new Committee was formed
and will start work immediately,
smell" .. the"outgoing admini-1 Publicity, Public Relations, etc.,
stration broke the treasury put-! A year round program is planned, i man. All persons interested in H. Berky
______ these classes, please communi- Levm .....
The 1942 campaign chairman l cate with Mr. Grossman at once Grossman
Team W. L.
Schwartz 12 6
Al Berky 12 6
Seitlin 10 8
Abe Berky 9 9
Reisman 8 10
Spector 8 10
Streit 7 11
Weinkle 6 12
Individual standings
Milstein ...... ......108
Weinkle ...... _. 104
Reisman ... ......104
ting everything in tip-top shape
for the new officers.
_103
......103
......103
PARADES IN TEL AVIV AND
HAIFA FOR RECRUITING
One of the local Jewish or
ganizations in order to avert expected momentarily.
unfavorable criticism, having
previously been the target of
much, did its damndest to lo-
cate a Kosher restaurant for its
annual meeting disappoint-
ing, and disgustingly so. there
was none to be found ... as a
last resort they arranged for a
fish dinner Miami will grow
up one of these days ... we
hope.
will be selected by the executive I and register for same,
committee and announcement is| "Y" to Have Own Bulletin
At a meeting of the Board of
Kronenfeld ........
Al Berky _______
Levinson ..............
Directors held last Wednesday i Chertkof
103
____.....103
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.............100
Tel Aviv (PALCOR)The ex-
traordinary enthusiasm which
has been generated throughout
the Yishuv during Recruiting
Week manifested itself again in
Tel Aviv and Haifa yesterday
as great crowds thronged the
streets for parades of Jewish sol-
diers and officers in both cities.
In virtually all towns meetings
were held last night to stress the
importance of enlisting in the
British Army. In the parades
The first of the new immigra-; during the day the strains of
tion permits allotted to the Jew- martial music were heard from
ish Agency for Palestine have bands as members of women s or-
been sent to the British consul- ganizations and youth
ate in Moscow. urged enlistments.
Watch for sensational news
with regard to the employment
policy of a large Aircraft Corpor.
ation in this area.
groups
HAVING TROUBLE^
*" CrtB SITodetn Gas
^PpUaHeater or Gas Being
^ot delivery andms^^
terms. pr^td I ^
Hitler
Reading left to right: Father Florence Sullivan, Dr. H Franklin^Jhams jM^rator^ .n
Squire and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman during broadcast of Miami no -g~ program devoted
--uuuig ieii io ngni: ramer fiuicntc ^.-...---- -7- nt Miami Round laoie suui-> ~ j~~ _j
Squire and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman during broadcast^of Miami no ^^ program devoted
j'onal Conference of Jews and Christians, over Station W. 1. u. u.
l unity of faiths, and presented on Saturday evenings. phot by Beweckson
PEOPLESs^^^^COMPAIVY
Hollywiid
Ft. Lauderdale Miami Beach
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
Completely equipped restaurant now operated Kosher style-
wonderful location. Eleven beautifully furnished rooms in con-
nection-Spacious grounds-Beer and wine license-Restau-
rant accomodates 200 customers, owner forced to sellSer-
ious accident in family. This is a money maker. Location
335 S. W. 12th Avenue.


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1941
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JEWS BECOME POPULAR
Week rrer wee- mere hove line __.rr.-__-r.o reports i: -
wove of syr_p__iy fir Jews _-. vie Nor. eppresse- :-__ _~.es.
fee. "'.ire deeply v.-.-.-. others w-c ore persc__ed.
Cr P.osh. riosriro ire rets if Warsaw dripped bcite-i
of irtttti or.o flowers ;ve: the Gre--i wol_s a becrut_7__ New
.'ear gesTure From H:..".c ocmes me repcr j week of
a oo_ei--o_ remg :o_er _p ry Cii.--ST.cr_s for Jews w-c :.:ve
suifered under me _ry~.-_2r-.1_ of me Jewush r _=_-.esses
I.-. Czechoslovakia me Nor. papers h.r.erly condemn me Czechs
for i.-.-.v._-.c sympamy -. _-.e Jews rr.a rave craerea ma: any-
one v.--; i_er_--i-i.y shows sy__pc__y for the >*s v.-.
led
All of -".-- -~ _'. a_-ei~ rir.__ir_-_ :i who- the Nazis h
lor They bad though! thai ever. (he cmer E__rnpen_i ccun_-.es
whicfa -bey mvctded would re g.ad at a rr._r.ee :c a"ar_ me
>v. Trey bad thought that mese pUm _-.vr.ee ci_rr.es would
re grateful 0 the Nasal at beO-M for -be* .ec._r_u_r.g the pe.se-
CUtioo of the Jew _- r.iw me ?%oz_s rr.us: ntfa :r.e_ eyes m
wonder. _Q_taad of what they bad bopad foe -bey s-ee.-r. "i
rrve made tha Jews popukn Ever, frorr. Germany i-rr.e me
repon m.s weak of Genw
street can "i offer their _eati to ,'ev.s w
Mogen David sign on re..- o-.-rr.s
Suifering iron, a oommoo oppreee or, Jews ar.d Ger.riles ir.
Europe have been drawn together .r. a bond closer perhaps
than ever ..-. bietory. It is to be hoped thai somehow they will
learn to cor.:.r.ue :o cement these bonds when peace comes.
'.-. .. rr.uch to hope that when peace davms we may repeat
/..-. -re it.-..err Hebrew prophet: "Have we not all one Father
why should man deal treacherously with his brother?"
probably anb-Naa rising _-. toe
irearnM -be ea-orced
WHEELER DENIES
SHYING ENCLAND
IN JEWISH WAR
Washington v.- N S Ser.ator
B .-' K v. ling isol-
Finrt C
pok : nied that
he had told Beverly Baxter. Bn-
ti -. journal] I and member of
that -England is
fighting -- Jewii h war.
I told Baxter that unfortun.
..: .; there wai a growing '"n^-
s<:mitic feeling in this country,"
y-piyit-hH Mr Wheeler, who has
^':.''..i-.'..'.*. ;' denied that he is
anti-Semitic and pointed out.
that l felt thil was partly due to
the fact that rr.any Jews favored
-...- < ntrance into the war."
Mr. Baxter, who returned last
* 11 k to England aboard the Dixie .
( Upper, gave newsmen the Col-1
lowing account of his recent con-
versation with the isolationist
Senator:
Mr. Wheeler has some strange-
idea that England is fighting a
Jewish war. He told me that
right across America there was a
determination not to be brought
into a war of revenge in behalf
Of Jews. When I asked the Sena-
tor to identify the Jews who
brought England into war, he was
unable to say.
He added that he had many
friends among the Jews and did
not approve of German treatment
of Jews. I frankly found it dif-
ficult to follow his logic in this
respect."
Questioned by newspapermen,
in view of Senator Wheelers
frequent protestations of his re-
spect and friendship towards
Jews, the British M. P. stressed,
that the isolationist spokesman |
had "certainly made the Jewish '
point in these terms."
Mr. Baxter added that "Sena-
tor Wheeler thinks that Britain
should make terms with Ger-
many. "I told him. 'Not as
long as there is one man left alone
on the island.'" Mr. Wheeler
did not deny this statement.
English journalist opened
the interview with a direct refer-
ence to Mr. Wheeler and Charles
A. Lindbergh. "Even Senator
Wheeler told me that he was a
great friend of Great Britain." he
said, "a statement which I re-
ceived with modified suprise and
rapture. Lindbergh once also
loved England and came to live
in our country' when he couldn't
stand living here, and we gave
him sanctuary. We kept repor-
ters away from him and perhaps
he resents us for this."
JEWS IN BELGIUM PUT EN
CAMPS FOR FORCED WORK
London fWNSiNazi authori-
ties in Belgium have ordered all
unemployed male Jews in that
country to report for compulsory
labor service at a recently-erected
camp at Tervueren. near Brus-
sels, it was disclosed here by the
Belgium Ministry of Information.
Since the Nazi-imposed anti-
Jewish laws have ousted the
great majority of Belgium's Jews
from their jobs and professions,
the new decree will affect vir-
tually the entire Jewish popula-
tion. Pressure has been exerted
on Belgian employers to dismiss
those few Jews still employed.
The Jewish slave battalions
will be assigned to clear rivers,
drain ditches and canals and
other flood control work. Other
labor camps will be opened in
the near future to provide for
the large numbers of Jews ex-
pected.
At the same time, the Nazi au-
thorities decreed that henceforth
Jews may reside only in the cities
of Brussels, Antwerp, Liege and
Charleroi. It was feared here
that the new order means that
the Nazis are preparing to estab-
lish ghettos for Belgian Jews in
those cities.
fan -" '
'
pati.-.g a r.y c-.mmer.t : -
.:. | _r_-d
:-_- | rein
- ten Lodge _n-
;_;;..- : .r.e of :_ ''-
tin| -. -1 reai trt m ar.
and educat.
eting was in
tun jfan Ask Your Babbi
fQuu _r the. Berry Simon!-..:':'
- ; i.- ~.:!-_.-_ r and c.r a
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan.
rabb: ementu. : Tempi* I;rae:
ane nt .. the B_-J-anical
.- a brief arrress on 'Unity in
'.-:---.. :i-: -. .:.:: : -: tra: r y
in Texas and Florida bed we pro-
:: at trat ri
; ; r. '. OUT
band e ; tog e ..-. e r into
i ri:~.r.:_. s :i_UO_
Acting a ..-_ of informa-
r .-. -dditi..-. tt Babbi Kau.ar.
.- Rabbi Mas Shapiro of Con-
p Beth David, upholding
servative element; Raobi
Abraham Kellner, representing
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Cong- a.-.d Rabbi Coiman Zwit-
man of Temple Israel, in behalf
of the reform group. Many came
pecting sermons and much
| philosophising but remained to
applaud and insist on extending
the time originally allotted to
the open forum. The rabbis
handled all questions adroitly and
their replies were masterpieces
of lucid explanations coupled
with humorous examples to illus-
trate their points. Each question
was answered by each rabbi giv-
ing the interpretation his particu-
lar group favored. I'm firmly
convinced that every year the
rabbis must take special courses
in story telling. It's amazing how
many stories they have on their
finger tips. I liked the explana-
tion given to ilustrate what is
meant by conservatism, to-wit:
three men were sleeping in a sin-
gle bed. The fellow on one end
would become cold and pull the
cover more on his side. This nat-
urally exposed the fellow on the
other end who in turn would pull
the cover his way thus exposing
the chap on the other end. The
man in the middle didn't care
which way the cover was pulled.
He was conservative.
We Miamians are indeed for-
tunate indeed in having among
us for religious leadership so
many truly outstanding and
splendid rabbis. I don't believe
any other community can boast
of the intelligent harmony that
exists between rabbis of congre-
gations embodying the orthodox,
conservative and reform doct-
rines.
Speaking of rabbis reminds me
of weddings and reminds me that
congratulations are due Brother
Dr. Lawrence Adler upon his
forthcoming marriage.
At the las'- meeting as every
application or membership was
read if the applicants were in
the room they were introduced
and asked to give their busi-
nesses. As Sam Stone was intro-
duced he stated that "he was a
man of the world."
Did you know that more than
40 brothers have donated their
blood to the Dade County Blood
Bank? And believe it or not.
President Abe Aronovitz gave his
blood three times. You'd never
think he had that much blood.
Herbert Feibelman made an
appeal for assistance in behalf of
the Crippled Children's Hospital.
He is a member of its steering
committee.
REPORT ON OPERATIONS
In New York hospital corridors nowadays the v *d__ni
about the Jewish doctor who some time ago invented ~ -e*
technique for the delicate mastoid operation The operation
was such an improvement over the old method the: ._= ;_-e
spread throughout the world, eventually penetratinc even to
the depths of Naziland With the result that one c: the out-
standing Aryan surgeons of the Dark Continent mote fa_ to
the American Jew asking for the details of the new :e:-.-..rue
. Our Jewish doctor, of course, felt that even Haiti have
some claim to humanitarian consideration, and that there-
fore he couldn't conscientiously withhold this medico. .rJcrma-
tion from them And so he sent in to the Nazi so.er._s: a
detailed descricption of his mastoid operation techniquewritten
up in the most idiomatic Yiddish he could muster .
INTERNATIONAL REVIEW
One thing puzzles us about that big New York bank ir. which
Nazi big shots are said to have many millions on deposit
The story goes that one of the bank's executives puts _-. a good
word for his alleged clients at every opportunity, suggesting
that America can very well do business with the New Germany
. But it seems to us the bank's executives should be a little
worried about the stability of Naziland if its leaders find it
necessary to send their pennies across the Atlantic for safe
I keeping ... In Paris, a recently returned traveler reports, one
1 cabaret owner made it a point to destroy his entire liquor sup
1 ply when the Nazi march into that unfortunate city had become
| inevitable Then he tilled his shelves with some attractively
labeled bottles, and waited for the Nazi troops to come in ,
, They did, and immediately started pouring themselves gener-
ous drinks But none of them stayed to enjoy the liquor ..
For they quickly discovered that the labels on the bottles saving
"Eau de Javel," meant, as every housewife knows, that the con-
tents were a powerful bleaching solution .
YOU SHOULD KNOW
The Zionist Organization of America will soon launch a
Brandeis Educational Fund campaign, with the aim of obtaining
the wherewithal to support some really effective Zionist educa-
tional work Incidentally, Susan Brandeis, daughter of the
great jurist, is working day and night to help put over the Demo-
cratic ticket in New York's municipal campaign Rumor has
it that one of the most beloved veterans of the Zionist executive
staff is considering handing in his resignation The Non-Par-
tisan Committee for a Jewish Army is growing more impressive
hourly Among its new members are Channing Pollock,
Ernest Lubitsch, Louis Bromfield, Waldo Frank, Pierre van Paas-
sen and Ben Hecht .
DOMESTIC NOTE
That political disagreement needn't affect marital felicity is
illustrated by New York's Epic Epsteins The Mrs., daughter
of the late Max Steuer, is a vociferous partisan of Mayor La
Guardia, as whose labor secretary she serves, while the Mr.,
otherwise known as N. Y. State Solicitor-General Henry Epstein,
is campaigning for District Attorney O'Dwyer, La Guardia s op
ponent in the current metropolitan municipal campaign ... But
the Epsteins assure one and all that they still love each other..,
LITERARY NOTES
Pierre van Paassen's new book, "That Day Alone," out last
week, is racing at a terrific speed to the top of the best-seller
list Critics acclaim it as even more powerful than his Days
of Our Years" Don't miss reading the chapter entitled "A
Socialist Sentence" Press agent Constance Hope reports
that after Jascha Heifetz, who is one of her clients, read the
chapter on himself in her book "Publicity is Broccoli," he wired
her a suggestion for an improvement The chapter, now en-
titled "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Heifetz," should, according to the vir-
tuoso, be called "The Man with the G-String" Elias Newman,
the painter, who is now engaged in research on the history of
Jewish art, informs us that in antiquity the swastika wes not
at all common in characteristic Jewish artistic designs .
STAGE AND SCREEN
Joseph Schildkraut, whom Broadway and Hollywood have
featured for over two decades, notes that in the new Clifford
Odots play "Clash by Night," in which Billy Rose is cc-starring
him with Tallulah Bankhead, he will for the first time in his
career be cast in the role of an American Staging a film
comeback is Carmel Myers, whom many of you will remember
as a featured screen player of some years ago She's cast
in a small part in Joan Blondell's new film Ula Roden and
John Banner, formerly of the Vienna stage and with a certain
amount of Broadway experience, aren't letting the difficulties of
finding Hollywood jobs get them down Both of them are
working on the Coast at this writingas, respectively, maid and
butler Though, of course, they're still hopinq that a movie
contract will eventually turn up .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Send your best wishes for a speedy recovery to Z. H. Ruben-
stem, managing editor of the Yiddish daily. The Day Known
for years as "the man who never sleeps," because his multi-
tudinous activities left no time for rest, he has faUen a victim to
seeping sickness We're glad to report that we hear he's
holdinq his own ... The Day itself, which was near collapse,
nas been taken over by its writers and compositors, who expect
to make a qo of it Morrie ("Of Thee I Sing") Ryskind, who
has been appointed to an instructorship at Columbia University's
bchool of Journalism, feels that this job is a sort of vindication
seems that a quarter century ago, more or less, that very
school expelled the future playwright for something he wrote
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1941
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
?Jew's!? Meridian
PAGE FIVE
ftABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
" Rabbi Emeritus .....
6996 Indian Creek Drive-126a
Miami Beach
RABBI COI.MAN A ZWITMAN
6400 UiGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tom-
,.. ,\, ,-v morning. You may consult
1'n. him on matters concerning the
V.'vlslommunlty. or your personal
' ," i.'ms. You will be assured sym-
-ii,. hearing and advice, and.
EXw to say. each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rubbi
1823 s. w. i ith Terrace
Phone 3-51 12
590 s. w. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MAI.EK, Cantor
300 -\. \V. l.;th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TORAH
1545 s. \V. Third street
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Office Phone5-5625
Miami Beach
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 I.enox Avenue
Phone 5-132S
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21at Terrace
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls________7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon-------------8:00 a. m.
Mincha________________5:30 p.m.
Maariv__________.......__ 6:00 p. m
Congregational
Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
At the services this Friday
evening, Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will preach on the subject
Mortality In a Time of An Im-
moral Deluge."
The subject is the second in a
scries of sermons on ethical con-
cepts in the Book of Genesis.
The musical service will be
rendered by the Temple Israe.
Choir, composed of Arturo di
Filippi. tenor; Emory Krieger,
baritone; Rosemary Gerson, sop-
rano; Mary Hirtenstein, contralto,
with Frances Tarboux as organist
and directress.
Religious School
"Even more important than
the rebuilding of the Temple in
Jerusalem, is the teaching of
children."Talmud.
In our Religious School, birth-
days of pupils are celebrated by
according to them the honor of
participating in the assembly
si i vice. The following celebrants
conducted the service on Sunday,
October 19th: Joel Louis Fleisher,
Robert Freedman. Evans Baros,
Skippy Soule and Philip Wein-
stein.
The Religious School Choir
will hold a rehearsal on Sunday
morning, October 26th, at 9:30
All members of the Children's
Choir, as well as new applicants,
are urged to attend.
The dramatics group of the
Temple Religious School, known
as the "Temple Junior Players,"
will hold its first meeting on
Sunday morning, November 2nd,
at 9:30.
Sisterhood
"A woman who feareth the
Lord, she shall be praised."
Proverbs.
The steering committee of the
forthcoming Sisterhood Bazaar,
reports a successful meeting, un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs. J.
Gerald Lewis, held last week,
for the purpose of outlining plans
for this major affair of the Sis-
terhood year. An important
meeting of the Steering Commit-
tee, shall be held on Friday,
at 1:30 p. m., at our Temple.
The Red Cross Sewing project
of the Temple Israel Sisterhood
will hold its meeting on Tuesday,
October 28th. Mrs. Katz, chair-
man of the project, announces
that volunteer workers are
needed, and asks that these
workers bring along any sewing
accessories which they may have
in their homes.
Youth Group Meets November 9
The Temple Israel Youth
Group, composed of members of
the Confirmation classes of 1938,
1939, 1940 and 1941, as well as
young people in the congrega-
tion above the age of 16, will
hold its monthly meeting on
November 9th, at 8 p. m. A pro-
gram committee, elected at the
summer social meeting held at
Rabbi Zwitman's home on June
8th, and composed of represen-
tatives from the four classes, will
meet during the week to outline
Plans for the meeting. A social
hour of refreshments and danc-
ing will follow. Young people
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
Friday ......_......-5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service......9:00 p. m.
Services Schedule
Daily Services ................ 8 A. M.
Evening Services ............ 6 P. M.
Saturday ........................ 9 A. M.
Oncg Shabbat........______5 P. M.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HENRY MARBEIN, Cantor
Election of Officers
A large and enthusiastic mem-
bership meeting took place Tues-
day night and the following of-
ficers were selected to serve for
the ensuing year. President.
Max Rifas; 1st vice president.
Harry Ofsowitz; 2nd vice presi-
dent, E. Albert Pallot; treasurer,
Morris Bear; recording secretary.
George Chertkof; linancial secre-
tary. John C. Temple. The list
of members elected to serve on
the Board of Directors will be
published next week. We are
pleased to extend sincere good]
wishes for the newly elected of-
ficers and wish them a most suc-
cessful tenure of office.
Ladies Auxiliary
The next regular meeting of
the Ladies Auxiliary will be held
on Tuesday afternoon. October
28th at 2:30 in the new synagogue
auditorium. Mrs. Ida Buckstein
will preside and plans will be
discussed for the winter program
activities. All members are
urged to be present.
Talmud Torah
A splendid increase in regis-
tration of our Talmud Torah took
olacc in the week following the
Holidays and we respectfully
urge all parents to delay not the
registration of their children and
help thereby the work of the
school. Classes are held daily
in our Talmud Torah building.
1545 S. W. 3rd Street.
Sunday School
Eight classes have already been
organized in our Sunday School
and we are looking forward for a
most successful season. A splen-
did committee of the Ladies Aux-
iliary headed by Mrs. Ida Buck-
stein cooperates very closely and
helps the school's progress in
every manner.
Mazel Tov
We are happy to extend sin-
cere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Bear upon the
engagement of their daughter,
Molly Bear to Bernard Klein.
Miss Bear is a member of our
Sunday School Faculty and the
winner of the Queen Esther con-
test of our last Purim Ball and
we are pleased to greet her upon
her engagement.
Sabbath Eve Services
This Friday evening at 8:00
o'clock Dr. Bension will preach
on "Sex and Religion" and Can-
tor Adolph Glickstein will again
officiate with the assistance of
the Center choir. Last Friday
night brought out an attendance
of fully five hundred and it is
fully expected that the syna-
gogue auditorium will be over-
crowded to capacity.
Sisterhood Party
The first gala event of the so-
cial season will be the Dutch
Supper, mah jongg and card par-
ty under the auspices of the
Center Sisterhood to take place
Sunday evening, October 26th.
There will be door prizes as an
added attraction to the many
interesting and enjoyable feat-
ures of the evening's entertain-
ment. Everybody is cordially in-
vited.
Young Folks League
The Center announces the pro-
jected organization of a Young
Folks League of young men and
women who will pursue a cul-
tural and social program. All
interested are invited to make
their inquiries at the Center of-
fice.
College of Jewish Studies
We present the Center College
of Jewish Studies. Whether you
ever went to college or not, we
invite you to join our own col-
lege. It will meet in weekly ses-
sions at the convenience of the
students. All men and women,
ages 18 and up, may be enrolled.
The curriculum will embrace
Jewish literature, the Bible, He-
brew, Jewish ceremonies, etc.
Jewish pedagogy and club leader-
ship, Jewish music, etc. The
courses will be short, only ten
weekly sessions, of one hour
each. Registration fee only one
dollar per course. Diplomas and
certificates will be granted by the
National Institute of Jewish Stu-
dies Dr. Samuel Bension, Rabbi
Spitz, the Center's educational
director, and other experts in
their fields will be the instruct-
ors and leaders. All interested
please come in to the Center or-
fice and talk it over, any time,
any day.
Our Schools
Registration in our Hebrew
and Sunday schools are still on.
We urge all parents not to delay
any longer and to enroll their
children at once. The holidays
are past, the school season is on.
Further delay will mean hard,
ships for your children and dif-
ficulties for our school. We arc-
proud of our progressive school
and we offer to the children of
our community excellent educa-
tional opportunities. We sincere-
ly trust that you will take ad-
vantage of our offer.
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Services
Daily at 8 a. m.; 5:15 p. m.;
6 p. m.
Saturday at 9 a. m.; 5:15 p. m.;
6:15 p. m.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
preach Saturday morning on "A
New World." At Shalosh S'oo-
doss he will speak on "The Por-
tion of the Week." Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches will chant the ser-
vices.
Junior Congregation
Services will be held Friday
evening at 5:30 p. m.; Saturday
morning at 9 a. m. for all Hebrew
School children, young men and
women. We have engaged a
Junior congregation sponsor who
will manage the morning service,
and help build it into one of the
finest of its type. Refreshments
served by our Sisterhood.
Minnionaires
The first Sunday morning ser-
vice of our Minnionaires will be
held at 9 a. m. this Sunday. This
service is conducted by young
men between the ages of 13 and
18 for their own group. A break-
fast is served after the services
by our Sisterhood. Every young
man of Bar Mitzvah age is cor-
dially invited and urged to at-
tend.
Religious School Induction
Exercises
The second annual Induction
Exercises of our school will be
held this Sunday evening at 7
p. m. It will mark the admission
of a large group of new students
into our school system. An en-
joyable program has been pre-
pared for young and old.
Our faculty and board of edu-
cation will be introduced to the
community. The public is invited
to come and bring their young.
School Glee Club
A Religious School Glee Club
has been organized under the
sponsorship of Miss Sonya Shpall.
Its first public appearance will
take place at the Induction Ex-
ercises. Marilyn Goodman will
be the student leader.
Children with good singing
voices who are interested in join-
ing are asked to see Miss Shpall.
Sunday Sessions
A very large enrollment last
Sunday morning boosted the re-
gistration of children in our
school. We ask parents to regis-
ter all children between the ages
of 5 and 17 by this Sunday morn-
ing, so that class rolls may be
completed.
On our staff are Miss E. Leven-
son. Miss C. Frank. Miss B. Kal-
stein, Miss E. Welitskin, Miss H.
Mechlow, Miss F. Genet, Mrs. D.
Brown, Cantor M. Mamches, L.
Symansky, G. Tannenbaum, Miss
S. Shpall. A. L. Mechlowitz is
superintendent; I. D. Spivack,
chairman of the Board of Edu-
cation. Rabbi Mescheloff serves
as principal.
Daily School
Within the past week we have
had a large enrollment of be-
ginners for our daily school
classes. We ask parents to en-
roll their children in our school
if they are between the ages of
6 and 15. Classes are held be-
tween 3 and 7. We have a full
five-year, well-integrated course
of studies. Hourly classes are
held Monday, Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday afternoons.
Parochial School
A group of men from Miami
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........3:15 to
6.15 p. m.
Mrs. Louis Maraulies Reporting for Beth
Da-id Congregation and Sisterhood
Late Friday Evening Services
Series of the late Friday eve-
ning services will begin the first
Friday in November. November
7th, with a large choir of mixed
voices under the able direction of
Cantor Harry Marbein. We hope
to greet a large number and
friends Friday evening, Novem-
ber 7th.
Junior Congregation Services
The Junior Congregational ser-
vices will be resumed for the
eighth consecutive year Satur-
day, November 1st at 10:30 a. m.
Hebrew School
The new semester has begun,
and though the enrollment is
very satisfactory, yet we wish to
advise parents who have not re-
gistered their children to do so at
once.
Sunday School
Registration for Sunday School
is still increasing, and as the class
work has begun in earnest, we
ask all parents to register their
children without further delay,
in order for them to get the full
benefit of the work. Parents who
have not come to see the commit-
tee in charge of the religious
school as yet are requested to do
so no later than this Sunday.
Congregational Meeting
A regular monthly meeting of
the Beth David Congregation has
been called by our president,
Sidney H. Palmer for this Sunday
evening at 8:30 at the Beth Da-
vid Auditorium. Matters of in-
terest to every member will be
discussed, reports of activities
will be reported, and refresh-
ments will be served.
Mr. Palmer hopes to welcome a
very large attendance.
Beth David Cultural Institute
Once again we shall endeavor
to conduct a "Cultural Institute."
bi-monthly at the Beth David
Talmud Torah. During the eve-
ning a "Kohol" group under the
direction of Cantor Henry Mar-
bein will meet from 7:30 to 8:30.
Elementary and Conversational
Hebrew will be taught by Louis
Gadon from 8:30 to 9:30 p. m.
and a course in Hebraic Civiliza-
tion will be presented by the
Rabbi from 9:30 to 10:30 p. m.
Full details will be announced
shortly.
Post Teacher's Training Class
A group consisting of all those
who graduated from Beth David
Sunday School will be conducted
Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock
by Rabbi Max Shapiro. All those
who are interested will please
be at the Talmud Torah at 10:15.
Yahrzeiten
The following "Yahrzeiten"
whose names are inscribed in
our Memorial Book of Life, will
be observed this month of "Hesh-
van." The Anniversary Candle
is lit the evening before the Eng-
lish date mentioned, and the Kad-
dish begins the same evening,
until sunset of the day men-
tioned:
Sorah Rivkah, mother of Mrs.
H. L. Green, October 22; Chaya
Blume, mother of Mrs. B. Han-
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PAGE SIX
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1941
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English Conversation Club
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meet" M'.r.cay =".- *'.'
evenings s: i p n under the
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last Tuesday a: '.-r syr.a-
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G..--i between the ages of 12 and
15 are invited to come to the
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Young Meat's Clufc
Discussion and voung 00 a
r-arr.e. the constitution and the
first project will take place Tues-
day evesalsg at 7 30 p rr.. at the
-.- -z meeting at :-r y:-.-.g rr.er. s
club. The club is sponsored by
DBS Rabbi. Irving Genet and at-
torney Harold Turk. Young men
between the ages of 14 and 18
are asked to join.
Scout Troop
A Boy Scout Troop is being
nvgaSBzad in our synagogue.
Jack Waiters is to be the new
S it rr.ister Boys interested in
joining are asked to communi-
:a:e with cur office or corr.e to
..-.g to be held Wed-
.:--.- night a: I r. rr.
Junior Hadassah
Our synagogue has been glad
tc rave the Junior Hadassah
rr.a>:e use of our faculties last
M.r.day a:.d Thursday. We are
ready to heip every Jewish gToup
m our community find a suitable
place for its meetings and ac-
tivities
Young Judea
A Young Judea chapter to
meet in our synagogue weekly
is being organized under the
leadership of the Young Judea
CounciL Those interested are
asked to notify the office.
The Council of Young Judea
met Thursday evening at the
home of Rabbi and Mrs M. Mes-
ccheioff to discuss plans'.
Mixrachi
Approximately 100 men and
women attended the opening
meeting of the Miami Beach M12-
rachi held at our synagogue last
Saturday night. Various busi-
ness matters were discussed. A
number of new members were
enrolled. A committee was ap-
pointed for the planning of the
third annual Mizrachi Chanukah
Affair, which met Wednesday
afternoon at the synagogue. "
Dr. Samuel Beer was guest
speaker. Refreshments were
served.
Sisterhood Meets
Our Sisterhood will hold its
opening meeting in the form of
a membership tea at the home of
its president. Mrs. B. H. London,
Monday afternoon. November 3,
at 2:30 p. m.
A program of professional en-
tertainment has been prepared.
All ladies interested in our Sis-
terhood are cordially invited.
Renovations
A committee of our Board of
Directors is studying plans for
renovations and additions to our
Talmud Torah bu.lding.
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sen. Mrs. J. M. Fine and Mrs. A.
Quadow. October 23rdiAvrohom.
son of Louis Weinkle. October
23rd: Yaakov Nison. father of
David Brown. October 24 th:
Channa Devorah. mother of Chas.
Levenston. October 25th ;Hadas-
sah. mother of Isador and David
Kaplan. October 28th: Minam.
mother of Joe Markowitz. Octo-
ber 29th: Yaakov Laeb. father of
Ida Jackson. October 29th: Avro-
hom Melech. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Myers. October 31st:
Naphtali. father of Saul Grief.
November 4th; Yosef. father of
Mrs. L. Seigel. November 4th:
Aharon, husband of Mrs. H.
Weinberg. November 7th; Chaya.
sister of Harry Rayvis. Novem-
ber 7th: Feiga Runi.mother of
Morns Kaler. November 8th;
Mayer, father of the late Dora
Cohen. November 9th; Yosef.
father of Abe Kronenfeld, No-
vember 10th; RochelL mother of
Mrs. O. Argintar and Bertha
Newell, November 12th; Mae.
mother of Al and LiL Chisling,
November 15th; Laeb. husband of
Jennie Seiden. November 15th;
Shima. mother of I. Rosengarten,
November 15th; Yisroel Chayim.
father of Nat Klein. November
15th; Caya Sorah. mother of Wm.
Friedman. Novemcer 16th; Mol-
kah. mother of Jacob L. Richman.
November 17th: Sorah Dina. mo-
ther of M. J. Kopelowitz, Novem-
ber 17th: Alexsander, father of
M. E. Singer. November 18th;
Yisroel, father of R Baine. No-
vember 20th.
Board Meeting
A very interesting and lively
was held at the home of Mrs. J.
Engler last Monday evening with
Twenty ladies attending. Much
work was accomplished, a pleas-
ant evening spent and most de-
licious refreshments served by
our hostess Mrs Engler, and her
daughter. Molly.
Regular Meeting
A very' interesting and lively
meeting took place this past Wed-
nesday afternoon at the Beth Da-
vid auditorium. A harmonious
spirit was manifested at this
meeting, with every member
present showing her sincere de-
votion. Rabbi Shapiro addressed
the members stressing the im-
portance of the work of our Jew-
ish women at this critical mom-
ent. We were also favored with .
a few musical numbers by Mrs.
Henry Marbein, who was ac-
companied by her husband. Can-
tor Henry Marbein. The follow-
ing activities for the ensuing sea-
son were voted on. and the presi-
dent. Mrs. Isadore Fine, urges
every member and friends to
keep these dates open on their
calendars:
November 19th. Annual Food
SateMrs. Jean Seitlin. chair-
man: November 30th, Barn Dance
at Beth David Talmud Torah,
Mrs. Sam Weissel, chairman;
December 10th. Beth David Sis-
terhood DayMrs. Sidney Rau-
zin. chairman; December 14th.
Sunday School P. T. A. Carnival
Mrs. Sam Dickson, chairman;
December 21st, Sisterhood's Tra-
ditional Chanukah Dinner.
Full particulars of the above
affairs will be given in later is-
sues.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
ZIONIST DISTRICT MEETING
TO BE HERE OCTOBER 30TH
The Zionist District will have
a regular meeting on Thursday,
October 30th. at 8 p. m., in the
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach.
Election of officers for the year
will be held. Adelbert Freed-
man. executive director of the
Southeastern Zionist Region will
be the guest speaker for the
evening. Mr. Freedman will re-
port on the recent National Con-
vention of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5,
in our congregation interested in
joining this group, may submit
their names to the Temple Israel
Youth Group Committee, care
of the Temple. 137 N. E. 19th St.
In Memorials
"May the father of peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
Union Prayer Bock.
At the services this Fr:day
evening, the memory of the fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: C
Neidenberg. father of Mrs Jos.
L. Arkin: Kate Yubas. mother of
Mrs. Ike Wolkowsky.
Yahrzeits: Leah Strahl. mother
of Mrs. Jos. H. Levine; Harry
Weinberg, husband of Mrs. Sadie
Weinberg; Mandel Warner, father
of Mrs. Rose Adler; Samuel Gold-
enblank. father of Mrs. Morris
Rubin.
With The Rabbi
During this week. Rabbi Zv. it-
man has been invited to speak
at the following organizations:
Lions Clubs of Redlands District
and Homestead, on Tuesday eve-
ning. October 21st. Little River
Baptist Church, Thursday even-
ing. October 23rd. Annual Pat-
rol Leader's Conference of the
Dade County Council of Boy
Scouts of America, on Sunday.
October 26th. National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews
Round Table program over W. I.
O. D. Saturday. November 1st.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1941
LOCAL UTILITY
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AWARD FOR SALES
By leading all other gas com-
panies in Division three which is
composed of gas utility compan-
ies of similar size throughout the
country, the Peoples Water and
Gas Company of Miami Beach,
has achieved the distinction of
winning the 1941 Servel Annual
Best Performance Award in the
National Campaign for the great-
est number of gas refrigeration
installations of companies having
from 3,000 to 9,000 meters during
the period of from October 1,
1940 to October 1, 1941.
Now completing its eighth
year, the Campaign which is
sponsored by Servel, Inc. and
the Refrigeration Committee of
the American Gas Association
features monthly, quarterly and
annual contests and provides
cash, defense bonds, all-expense
trip awards, certificates of honor
and attractive trophies for both
gas companies and individual
salesmen who compile outstand-
ing gas refrigeration sales re-
cords.
With the sales of gas refrigera-
tors increasing from year to year,
the contests have keen competi-
tion among the many competing
companies and salesmen, result-
ing in close races or the coveted
awards and honors.
In addition to retaining per-
manent possession of the distin-
guished trophy, the award en-
titles the representative of the
company to participate in the
Honor Trip which this year is
being taken by the representa-
tives of 35 gas companies to Ha-
vana via Atlantic City, Washing-
ton, D. C, and Miami, Florida.
M. A. Riboud, a delegate of the
Peoples Water and Gas Company,
left to attend the Annual Meeting
of the American Gas Association
held in Atlantic City.N. J., Octo-
ben 20-22, where he was the
guest of honor and received ad-
ditional recognition. He left At-
lantic City on Wednesday, Oc-
tober 22 by private car en route
to the South and the completion
of the trip itinerary to Havana
by Clipper Plane.
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PAGE SEVEN
"TEVYA" FEATURED BY THE
PLAZA THEATRE, ON BEACH
Among the last of the old-time
Yiddish legiters to attempt the
talking film, Maurice Schwartz,
has selected one of his greatest
successes on the Yiddish stage
for the try. Sholem Aleichem's
'Tevya, The Dairyman', with a
magnificent characterization.
'Tevya' is one of the best Yid-
dish films made, on the strength
of the Aleichem-Schwartz name,
particularly with the old-time
adherents of the Yiddish theatre
who will recall the play, showing
at the Plaza Theatre, Miami
FROM THE
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CHAIR
WM. I. BOXERMAN WRITER
ON "RECONSTRUCTIONIST"
Announcement was made this
week in the current issue of
the "Reconstructionist," of the
appointment of Wm. I. Boxer-
man, director of the Florida Re-
gional Office of the ADL, as a
contributing editor to the paper.
The "Reconstructionist" is a
national bi-weekly issue pub-
lished by the Society for the Ad-
vancement of Judaism." It is
dedicated to the advancement of
Judaism as a religious civiliza-
tion, to the furtherance of uni-
cersal freedom, justice and peace.
Mr. Boxerman is also a fre-
quent contributor to the Jewish
Social Service Quarterly which
reports developments in Jewish
community organization, as well
as to a number of Anglo-Jewish
periodicals.
Miriam Riselle
Seen in "Tevya"
Beach, Wednesday and Thursday
of this week.
Schwartz has graced this folk
tale of the Ukraine with a shrewd
comedy flair that his stage roles
of recent years have not called
for. In fact, on stage or screen
and he has played in the silents
the actor manager has seldom
had a part so considerable inclu-
sive of diverse moodsthe wittily
philosophical, the unschooled
dairyman, one moment; next,
the tragic father who must stand
by helplessly while his youngest
daughter marries a Gentile.
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South of God
The Fundamentalist movement
has produced many types of
preachers ... It has spawned a
Gerald Winrod, the Jayhawk Na-
zi who teaches hatred of Catho-
lic and Jew alike ... It also has
brought forth a Claude Williams,
the champion of the underprivi-
leged whose mission in life has
been to teach love and faith
among all creeds and colors.
"South of God" by Cedric Bel-
frage (Modern Age BooksNew
York$2.50,) the most fascinat-
ing religious biography we have
ever read, tells the story of
Claude Williams, a preacher who
suffered for his beliefs but taught
thousands in the South a new
vision of social justice.
In parts the narrative leaves
us sickened at man's inhumanity
to man epitomized in the re-
marks of the sad-faced negro
sharecropper who says wearily:
"Tell you the truth, we ain't livin'
jest resistin' ".
The negro and the Jew have
much in common As minori-
ties, both face certain problems
not dissimilar in nature ... In
the Nazi scheme of things, neg-
roes and Jews fall into the same
category of "racial" inferiority.
Of great interest to us was
Claude Williams' interpretation
of the manner in which the "old
time religion" (i. e. fundamental-
ism) is being used by such char-
acters as the aforesaid Winrod
. Would that more fundamen-
talists could read it!
The ADL has dealt with many
problems of anti-Semitism having
their genesis in the Bible belt of
the South, inspired by such pas-
sages in the New Testament as
the crucifixtion story. Especially
meaningful to us in "South of
God" were such portions as the
following, which show real in-
sight into the situation facing
our country today Claude,
in addressing the sharecropper
preacher says: "Now the simple
'old time religion'let us not
evade ithas a definite anti-
Semitic note Jpsus is pictured
standing outside Jerusalem curs-
ing the Jews for receiving him
not That is a lever for the
fascists to use for stirring up anti-
Semitism."
"Do not think they will not
try to use anti-Semitism as a
splitting weapon in the South,
although we have few Jews .
Already we have rules against
Jews settling in certain com-
munities They are supposed
to be mysteriously 'rich' The
German people were stirred up
against them on that basis and
our people, both black and white,
easily could be."
F. A. PETERSON, District Manager
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1941 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 &f Jew's!? Meridian PAGE FIVE ftABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive—-126 a Miami Beach RABBI COI.MAN A ZWITMAN 6400 UiGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tom,.. ,\, ,-v morning. You may consult 1'n. him on matters concerning the V.'vlslommunlty. or your personal •' ," i.'ms. You will be assured sym%  -ii,. hearing and advice, and. EXW to say. each matter will be held In strict confidence. ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rubbi 1823 s. w. i ith Terrace Phone 3-51 12 590 s. w. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MAI.EK, Cantor 300 -\. \V. l.;th Avenue Phone 2-0828 TALMUD TORAH 1545 s. \V. Third street MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Office Phone—5-5625 Miami Beach BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 I.enox Avenue Phone 5-132S MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21at Terrace SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8 :00 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maariv __ 6:00 p. m Congregational ••Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. At the services this Friday evening, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on the subject •Mortality In a Time of An Immoral Deluge." The subject is the second in a scries of sermons on ethical concepts in the Book of Genesis. The musical service will be rendered by the Temple Israe. Choir, composed of Arturo di Filippi. tenor; Emory Krieger, baritone; Rosemary Gerson, soprano; Mary Hirtenstein, contralto, with Frances Tarboux as organist and directress. Religious School "Even more important than the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem, is the teaching of children."—Talmud. In our Religious School, birthdays of pupils are celebrated by according to them the honor of participating in the assembly si i vice. The following celebrants conducted the service on Sunday, October 19th: Joel Louis Fleisher, Robert Freedman. Evans Baros, Skippy Soule and Philip Weinstein. The Religious School Choir will hold a rehearsal on Sunday morning, October 26th, at 9:30 All members of the Children's Choir, as well as new applicants, are urged to attend. The dramatics group of the Temple Religious School, known as the "Temple Junior Players," will hold its first meeting on Sunday morning, November 2nd, at 9:30. Sisterhood "A woman who feareth the Lord, she shall be praised."— Proverbs. The steering committee of the forthcoming Sisterhood Bazaar, reports a successful meeting, under the chairmanship of Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, held last week, for the purpose of outlining plans for this major affair of the Sisterhood year. An important meeting of the Steering Committee, shall be held on Friday, at 1:30 p. m., at our Temple. The Red Cross Sewing project of the Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold its meeting on Tuesday, October 28th. Mrs. Katz, chairman of the project, announces that volunteer workers are needed, and asks that these workers bring along any sewing accessories which they may have in their homes. Youth Group Meets November 9 The Temple Israel Youth Group, composed of members of the Confirmation classes of 1938, 1939, 1940 and 1941, as well as young people in the congregation above the age of 16, will hold its monthly meeting on November 9th, at 8 p. m. A program committee, elected at the summer social meeting held at Rabbi Zwitman's home on June 8th, and composed of representatives from the four classes, will meet during the week to outline Plans for the meeting. A social hour of refreshments and dancing will follow. Young people (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) Friday -5:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 9 :00 p. m. Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. Oncg Shabbat 5 P. M. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HENRY MARBEIN, Cantor Election of Officers A large and enthusiastic membership meeting took place Tuesday night and the following officers were selected to serve for the ensuing year. President. Max Rifas; 1st vice president. Harry Ofsowitz; 2nd vice president, E. Albert Pallot; treasurer, Morris Bear; recording secretary. George Chertkof; linancial secretary. John C. Temple. The list of members elected to serve on the Board of Directors will be published next week. We are pleased to extend sincere good] wishes for the newly elected officers and wish them a most successful tenure of office. Ladies Auxiliary The next regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held on Tuesday afternoon. October 28th at 2:30 in the new synagogue auditorium. Mrs. Ida Buckstein will preside and plans will be discussed for the winter program activities. All members are urged to be present. Talmud Torah A splendid increase in registration of our Talmud Torah took olacc in the week following the Holidays and we respectfully urge all parents to delay not the registration of their children and help thereby the work of the school. Classes are held daily in our Talmud Torah building. 1545 S. W. 3rd Street. Sunday School Eight classes have already been organized in our Sunday School and we are looking forward for a most successful season. A splendid committee of the Ladies Auxiliary headed by Mrs. Ida Buckstein cooperates very closely and helps the school's progress in every manner. Mazel Tov We are happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear upon the engagement of their daughter, Molly Bear to Bernard Klein. Miss Bear is a member of our Sunday School Faculty and the winner of the Queen Esther contest of our last Purim Ball and we are pleased to greet her upon her engagement. Sabbath Eve Services This Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock Dr. Bension will preach on "Sex and Religion" and Cantor Adolph Glickstein will again officiate with the assistance of the Center choir. Last Friday night brought out an attendance of fully five hundred and it is fully expected that the synagogue auditorium will be overcrowded to capacity. Sisterhood Party The first gala event of the social season will be the Dutch Supper, mah jongg and card party under the auspices of the Center Sisterhood to take place Sunday evening, October 26th. There will be door prizes as an added attraction to the many interesting and enjoyable features of the evening's entertainment. Everybody is cordially invited. Young Folks League The Center announces the projected organization of a Young Folks League of young men and women who will pursue a cultural and social program. All interested are invited to make their inquiries at the Center office. College of Jewish Studies We present the Center College of Jewish Studies. Whether you ever went to college or not, we invite you to join our own college. It will meet in weekly sessions at the convenience of the students. All men and women, ages 18 and up, may be enrolled. The curriculum will embrace Jewish literature, the Bible, Hebrew, Jewish ceremonies, etc. Jewish pedagogy and club leadership, Jewish music, etc. The courses will be short, only ten weekly sessions, of one hour each. Registration fee only one dollar per course. Diplomas and certificates will be granted by the National Institute of Jewish Studies Dr. Samuel Bension, Rabbi Spitz, the Center's educational director, and other experts in their fields will be the instructors and leaders. All interested please come in to the Center orfice and talk it over, any time, any day. Our Schools Registration in our Hebrew and Sunday schools are still on. We urge all parents not to delay any longer and to enroll their children at once. The holidays are past, the school season is on. Further delay will mean hard, ships for your children and difficulties for our school. We arcproud of our progressive school and we offer to the children of our community excellent educational opportunities. We sincerely trust that you will take advantage of our offer. IT LIKES YOU BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But-Biggest Because Best 2-6085 PHONE 5-1317 Services Daily at 8 a. m.; 5:15 p. m.; 6 p. m. Saturday at 9 a. m.; 5:15 p. m.; 6:15 p. m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will preach Saturday morning on "A New World." At Shalosh S'oodoss he will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services. Junior Congregation Services will be held Friday evening at 5:30 p. m.; Saturday morning at 9 a. m. for all Hebrew School children, young men and women. We have engaged a Junior congregation sponsor who will manage the morning service, and help build it into one of the finest of its type. Refreshments served by our Sisterhood. Minnionaires The first Sunday morning service of our Minnionaires will be held at 9 a. m. this Sunday. This service is conducted by young men between the ages of 13 and 18 for their own group. A breakfast is served after the services by our Sisterhood. Every young man of Bar Mitzvah age is cordially invited and urged to attend. Religious School Induction Exercises The second annual Induction Exercises of our school will be held this Sunday evening at 7 p. m. It will mark the admission of a large group of new students into our school system. An enjoyable program has been prepared for young and old. Our faculty and board of education will be introduced to the community. The public is invited to come and bring their young. School Glee Club A Religious School Glee Club has been organized under the sponsorship of Miss Sonya Shpall. Its first public appearance will take place at the Induction Exercises. Marilyn Goodman will be the student leader. Children with good singing voices who are interested in joining are asked to see Miss Shpall. Sunday Sessions A very large enrollment last Sunday morning boosted the registration of children in our school. We ask parents to register all children between the ages of 5 and 17 by this Sunday morning, so that class rolls may be completed. On our staff are Miss E. Levenson. Miss C. Frank. Miss B. Kalstein, Miss E. Welitskin, Miss H. Mechlow, Miss F. Genet, Mrs. D. Brown, Cantor M. Mamches, L. Symansky, G. Tannenbaum, Miss S. Shpall. A. L. Mechlowitz is superintendent; I. D. Spivack, chairman of the Board of Education. Rabbi Mescheloff serves as principal. Daily School Within the past week we have had a large enrollment of beginners for our daily school classes. We ask parents to enroll their children in our school if they are between the ages of 6 and 15. Classes are held between 3 and 7. We have a full five-year, well-integrated course of studies. Hourly classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Parochial School A group of men from Miami 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 3:15 to 6.15 p. m. Mrs. Louis Maraulies Reporting for Beth Da-id Congregation and Sisterhood Late Friday Evening Services Series of the late Friday evening services will begin the first Friday in November. November 7th, with a large choir of mixed voices under the able direction of Cantor Harry Marbein. We hope to greet a large number and friends Friday evening, November 7th. Junior Congregation Services The Junior Congregational services will be resumed for the eighth consecutive year Saturday, November 1st at 10:30 a. m. Hebrew School The new semester has begun, and though the enrollment is very satisfactory, yet we wish to advise parents who have not registered their children to do so at once. Sunday School Registration for Sunday School is still increasing, and as the class work has begun in earnest, we ask all parents to register their children without further delay, in order for them to get the full benefit of the work. Parents who have not come to see the committee in charge of the religious school as yet are requested to do so no later than this Sunday. Congregational Meeting A regular monthly meeting of the Beth David Congregation has been called by our president, Sidney H. Palmer for this Sunday evening at 8:30 at the Beth David Auditorium. Matters of interest to every member will be discussed, reports of activities will be reported, and refreshments will be served. Mr. Palmer hopes to welcome a very large attendance. Beth David Cultural Institute Once again we shall endeavor to conduct a "Cultural Institute." bi-monthly at the Beth David Talmud Torah. During the evening a "Kohol" group under the direction of Cantor Henry Marbein will meet from 7:30 to 8:30. Elementary and Conversational Hebrew will be taught by Louis Gadon from 8:30 to 9:30 p. m. and a course in Hebraic Civilization will be presented by the Rabbi from 9:30 to 10:30 p. m. Full details will be announced shortly. Post Teacher's Training Class A group consisting of all those who graduated from Beth David Sunday School will be conducted Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock by Rabbi Max Shapiro. All those who are interested will please be at the Talmud Torah at 10:15. Yahrzeiten The following "Yahrzeiten" whose names are inscribed in our Memorial Book of Life, will be observed this month of "Heshvan." The Anniversary Candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the Kaddish begins the same evening, until sunset of the day mentioned:— Sorah Rivkah, mother of Mrs. H. L. Green, October 22; Chaya Blume, mother of Mrs. B. Han(CONT.NU£T5N PAGE .) I (CONTINUED ON PAGE •>



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HOIffl .%SK IH^^H ^Jewish flonW&n Co/t,8/w/VG 7/T//?> JIWWKSfrl HJUlHltf /# VOLUME 14—No. 43 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS IBIS BLAME THE JEW ROOSEVELT FOR T Zurich (WNS)—Denying that a German U-boat had torpedoed the United States destroyer Kearny, the Nazi radio and press charged that the "Jew Roosevelt" had "staged" the Incident in order to obtain speedy Congressional modification of the Neutrality Act. The Berlin radio said: "Roosevelt has carefully and maliciously set the scene for such a desirable incident. In this Jewish trickery, however, he forgot the loquaciousness of his companion henchman Knox, who has always made it clear that he and his Masonic friends look forward to such an incident as a desirable "casus belli." The Nazi commentator charged that Secretary of the Navy Knox had deliberately planned an 'incident' in a conversation with Sir Ronald Campbell. The Berlin radio said that it had learned of this conversation. In a front page article headed "Jew Roosevelt," the Nazi newspaper Der Angriff repeated the will-known Nazi charge that President Roosevelt is dominated by Jews and added that "many a drop of Jewish blood courses in this man's veins." UNITED TALMUD TORAH TO HOLD MEETING AT Y. M. H. A. Maurice Grossman, temporary chairman of the Greater Miami Talmud Torah project, now in process of organization, has called a meeting of the group, for Tuesday evening at the Y. M. H. A.. 1567 S. W. 5th Street.. Miami. The movement for a United Talmud Torah project, a topic of discussion here for many years, was instituted through the efforts of local rabbis and interested citizens. Several meetings have been held and a planning committee will report at the meeting. Permanent officers will be selected. OR. E. L ISRAEL DIES OP ATTACK; HUNGARY EASES BAN ON JEWISH MEDICAL STUDENTS EPIDEMICS OVER GHETTOS II LODZ; DEATH RATE HIGH A.F.L. DECLARATION ENDORSEMENT Stockholm (W N S)—Rapidlyspreading epidemics are decimating the Jewish populations of the Warsaw and Lodz ghettos, with an average of 200 Jews daily falling victims to the dreaded plagues, it was reported here. Fear that the epidemics may reach outside the ghetto walls, prompted Dr. Hans Frank. Nazi Commissioner in occupied Poland, to earmark 8.000.000 zlotys (about S80.000) to fight the raging epidemics which threaten to destroy the entire Jewish populations in those walled-in areas. Broken, down by years of inadequate food and water supplies, compelled to live eight and ten persons in a room and virtually without medical supplies of any kind, the ghetto Jews were easy prey for the epidemics. DUTCH ANTI-JEWISH LAWS STRIKE DISCORDANT NOTE Cincinnati (WNS)—Dr. Edward L. Israel, president of the Synagogue Council of America and one of the leading reform rabbi.in the United States, died of a heart attack shortly before he was to be installed as executive director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Dr. Israel was 45 years old. Dr. Israel, a well-known liberal and noted labor mediator, was stricken at a meeting of the Union's executive committee. He arose to speak on a motion, then fell back. He had resigned from his post as rabbi of Har Sinai Congregation in Baltimore to accept his new duties here. Born and educated in Cincinnati, Dr. Israel was arbitration chairman of the men's clothing industry in Baltimore, chairman of the Social Justice Conference of American Rabbis and a member of the 1939 White House Conference on Children in Democracy. A special funeral service was held here for Dr. Israel and then the body was sent for burial to Baltimore. He is survived by a widow, Mrs. Amelia Israel, and two sons. His sudden death came as a profound shock to Jewish as well as labor and civic leaders. A member and former president of the Intcrchurch Club. Dr. Israel constantly urged religious tolerance and mutual understanding in his speeches. He was elected last July as executive secretary of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. At that time he said that "tragic world events confront AmcriLisbon (WNS (—Hungary, which recently barred Jewish students from the country's medical schools at the request of | Nazi Germany, has revoked its j earlier decree and established a numcrus clausus for Jews in me: dical universities, it was learned here. The step was taken after Hungarian medical authorities pointed out that with the Army i drawing heavily on the country's doctors the exclusion of Jews would leave the country without sufficient competent medical men. MOO JEWS ARE HELD IN BERLIN CZECH JEWS HIDE IN FORESTS AS TERROR London (W N S)—A renewed drive against Jews in Germanywas launched this week with the arrest of more than 6.000 Jews in Berlin, charged with allegedly violating food regulations which forbid German Jews to buy certain foodstuffs, the Nazi radio reported. The Jews were seized in mass raids. Other reports reaching London from Germany indicate that the Nazis are preparing a winter drive against the Jews, including further cuts in the present inadequate food and clothing rations. It was reported that the Jewish Kulturbund. which had organized theatrical performances, concerts and movies for the Jewish population, has been dissolved and its artists sent to work in munitions factories, on compulsory labor road building projects, etc. Seattle (WNS)—Declaring that genuine equality of the Jews among the nations of the world can only be advanced through restoring their national life on the soil of Palestine, the 61st annual convention of the American Federation of Labor reaffirmed its endorsement of the Balfour Declaration. A report submitted to the convention by the AFL's Committee on International Labor Relations suggested that at the end of the war, Great Britain, in cooperation with the United States and other democratic nations, implement the Balfour Declaration "by facilitating further immigration and large scale settlement of Jewish laboring masses in their National Home in Palestine." The report referred to the Jews as "the greatest of all sufferers at the ruthless hands of the enemies of freedom and democracy." and added that "the least the democracies of the world can Pledge" was real hope "through a restoration of rights long overdue, rights to a full development l Palestine." A report on immigration disclosed that the second world war nas sharply curtailed immigration to the United States. It was estimated that only about half f the prospective immigrants seeking to enter the United States ar e granted the necessary permits. London (WNS)—The elimination of Jewish musicians and conductors from the noted Gebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam resulted in such a bedlam of disharmony that, after the debut of the new "juden rein" orchestra, even the Nazi-controlled Amsterdam papers had to admit their disgust. The Amsterdam newspaper Nationals Dablad commented apologetically: "The necessary 'aranvzation' of the Bebouw Orchestra" in Amsterdam has produced pretty bad results." That "pretty bad" is an understatement was evidenced by the fact that since the "aryanization." the orchestra has changed conductors five times in as many weeks. The pro-Nazi paper admitted that many music lovers are staying away from the concerts, the works of a few Jewish composers are still performed. CONGRisIoFl^AZrWOMEN ENDORSES NUREMBERG LAW Lisbon (WNS)-Delegates from Nazi women's organizations in Germany, Italy. Spain unoccupied France and other Nazi-dominated countries, meeting in Berlin adopted a resolution endorsing he spirit of the Nuremberg antiJewish laws and Pledging to sponsor anti-Semitism in their native countries. The Nuremberg laws are de signed to eliminate Jews from ?he economic, political and social life of Hitler's new Europe.. Geneva (WNS)—Hundreds of Jews in the Czech Protectorate have abandoned their homes and fled into the thickly-wooded forests to escape imprisonment and possible execution as Nazi officials continued to press their anti-Jewish drive, it was reported here. Reports from the Nazi-ruled Protectorate said that the forests near Prague, Brin and other Czech cities were filled with refugees, both Jews and non-Jews. The Nazi drive to end Czech resistance and sabotage has taken on such ruthless proportions that no one feels safe from arrest. The fury of the Nazi drive was reflected in the Prague press which demanded that all Jews be shot on the ground that they were saboteurs and Communist agents. The Nazi press cites as "proof" that many Jews had left their homes to seek refuge in the forests, arguing that the Jews would not have left their homes if they were not guilty. The number of Czech Jews imprisoned and executed is growing steadily. Nazi sources place the number of Jews sent before Nazi firing squads at 26. This figure (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) E WARNS JEWS AGAINST JEWISH WELFARE BUREAU HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING can Jewry with an unprecedented challenge to preserve and develop our historic Jewish spiritual traps'incc 1926 Dr. Israel had been a member of the Commission on Social Justice of the Central Con ference of American Rabbis and he was its chairman, "27-3J. He was also a member of the executive committee of the World Jewish Congress, the nationa Stive boards of the National Kic Housing Conference and National Housing Commission and the National Religion and Labor Foundation. Since 1934 he had been president of the Bai Snore Branch of the American Jewish Congress. The Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold their Annual Meeting Monday evening. October 27th. at the Seven Seas Restaurant. The dinner meeting will start promptly at 6.30 p. m. Reports of the past years activities will be rendered by the officers. Budget, finance and other matters of vital importance are on the agenda for discussion. Changes in the By-Laws will be presented for ratification. The Nominating Committee will present the slate of officers and board members for the ensuing year. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Bureau, observing their Tenth anniversary, will meet jointly with the men's group. The meeting is open to all interested in the work of the Welfare Bureau and the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund. CHIEF RABBI ZIRELSON IS KILLED IN NAZI AIR RAID London (W N S)—Rabbi Judah Loeb Zirelson, Chief Rabbi of Bessarabia and leading member of the Agudas Israel, was killed on July 6th in his home at Kishenev during a Nazi air raid, it was announced here by the Central Committee of the Agudas Israel. The rabbi was 82 years ld %  .u Rabbi Zirelson was born in tne Ukraine and a former member of the Rumanian Parliament. Vichy (WNS)—Vichy's Bureau of Jewish Affaires, headed by anti-Semitic Xavier Vallat. has threatened with concentration camps Jewish business men who retain their contacts with "Aryans," it was announced here. The Bureau warned that Jews who continue to conduct their businesses will be sent to concentration camps unless they sell their properties to "Aryans" within the next few months. A stern warning was issued against Jews joining in secret partnerships with non-Jews. x The latest anti-Jewish measures were disclosed while Nazi leader Raymond Schultz charged in Paris that "Jewish elimination in France has not as yet been carried out with all the necessary energy and interest." Schultz, who was sent to Paris from Berlin to eliminate loopholes in the French anti-Jewish legislation, told French newspapermen that, from the official Nazi point of view, more stringent anti-Jewish restrictions must be introduced in France "if the France of the future does not want to be compromised in the new Europe." Meanwhile, it was intimated that Jewish farmers will not be permitted to till more soil than is necessary to feed their individual families. Steps are being taken also to oust Jews from [more commercial professions. • I



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rAGE rev? + 3eitffhrkl&r FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24 1941 1 t( j 6MSfr FlCrid 13II B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREPLANT ANT 2 3 W M I A M I M A : N C 7 : I E S ::::;: AVESVZ F 1 G ?. : G A FP_-_. K. SKOCHTT -•• r %  • • %  ii_-.: i QMS TEAS SIX MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION s; M MIAMI 1 VOLUME .4 'An — FRIDAY GCTV5I? 14 1941 NUMB I? 41 By Milton A. Friedman ^i**^ (EWt^en&o£ -By PHINEAS J. BIRON[ just I tor that 1 :_tt_i _z_::.r. -.-..urr.r.i *... • .rpace to one oe JEWS BECOME POPULAR Week rrer weemere hove line __.rr.-__-r.o reports i: wove of syr_p__iy fir Jews _-. vie Nor. eppresse:-•__ _~.es. fee. "'.ire deeply v.-.-.-. others w-c ore persc__ed. Cr P.osh. riosriro ire rets if Warsaw dripped bcite-i of irtttti or.o flowers ;ve: the Gre -i wol_s — a becrut_7__ New .'ear gesTure From H:..".c ocmes me repcr j week of a oo_ei--o_ remg :o_er _p ry Cii.--ST.cr_s for Jews w-c :.:ve suifered under me _ry~.-_2r-.1_ of me Jewush r _=_-.esses I.-. Czechoslovakia me Nor. papers h.r.erly condemn me Czechs for i.-.-.v._-.c sympamy -. _-.e Jews rr.a rave craerea ma: anyone v.--; i_er_--i-i.y shows sy__pc__y for the >*s v.-. %  led All of -".--~ _'. a_-ei~ rir.__ir_-_ :i who the Nazis h lor They bad though! thai ever. (he cmer E rnp e n_ i ccun_-.es whicfa -bey mvctded would re g.ad at a rr._r.ee :c a"ar_ me >v. Trey bad thought that mese pUm _-.vr.ee ci_rr.es would re grateful 0 the Nasal at beO-M for -be* .ec._r_u_r.g the pe.seCUtioo of the Jew _-• r.iw me ?%oz_s rr.us: ntfa :r.e_ eyes m wonder. _Q_taad of what they bad bopad foe -bey s-ee.-r. "i rrve made tha Jews popukn Ever, frorr. Germany i-rr.e me repon m.s weak of Genw street can "i offer their _eati to ,'ev.s w Mogen David sign on •re..o-.-rr.s Suifering iron, a oommoo oppreee or, Jews ar.d Ger.riles ir. Europe have been drawn together .r. a bond closer perhaps than ever ..-. bietory. It is to be hoped thai somehow they will learn to cor.:.r.ue :o cement these bonds when peace comes. '.-. .• •.. rr.uch to hope that when peace davms we may repeat /..•-. -re IT.-.. err Hebrew prophet: "Have we not all one Father— why should man deal treacherously with his brother?" probably anb-Naa rising _-. toe irearnM -be ea-orced WHEELER DENIES SHYING ENCLAND IN JEWISH WAR Washington v.N S — Ser.ator B .-' '• K v. ling isolFinrt C pok :• nied that he had told Beverly Baxter. Bnti -. journal] I and member of that -England is fighting %  Jewii h war. I told Baxter that unfortun. %  ..: % %  .;• there wai a growing '" n ^s<:mitic feeling in this country," y-piyit-hH Mr Wheeler, who has ^':.''..i .'..'.*. ; %  denied that he is anti-Semitic and pointed out. that l felt thil was partly due to the fact that rr.any Jews favored -...< ntrance into the war." Mr. Baxter, who returned last 11 k to England aboard the Dixie ( Upper, gave newsmen the Col-1 lowing account of his recent conversation with the isolationist Senator: •Mr. Wheeler has some strangeidea that England is fighting a Jewish war. He told me that right across America there was a determination not to be brought into a war of revenge in behalf Of Jews. When I asked the Senator to identify the Jews who brought England into war, he was unable to say. He added that he had many friends among the Jews and did not approve of German treatment of Jews. I frankly found it difficult to follow his logic in this respect." Questioned by newspapermen, in view of Senator Wheelers frequent protestations of his respect and friendship towards Jews, the British M. P. stressed, that the isolationist spokesman | had "certainly made the Jewish point in these terms." Mr. Baxter added that "Senator Wheeler thinks that Britain should make terms with Germany. "I told him. 'Not as long as there is one man left alone on the island.'" Mr. Wheeler did not deny this statement. English journalist opened the interview with a direct reference to Mr. Wheeler and Charles A. Lindbergh. "Even Senator Wheeler told me that he was a great friend of Great Britain." he said, "a statement which I received with modified suprise and rapture. Lindbergh once also loved England and came to live in our country' when he couldn't stand living here, and we gave him sanctuary. We kept reporters away from him and perhaps he resents us for this." JEWS IN BELGIUM PUT EN CAMPS FOR FORCED WORK London fWNSi—Nazi authorities in Belgium have ordered all unemployed male Jews in that country to report for compulsory labor service at a recently-erected camp at Tervueren. near Brussels, it was disclosed here by the Belgium Ministry of Information. Since the Nazi-imposed antiJewish laws have ousted the great majority of Belgium's Jews from their jobs and professions, the new decree will affect virtually the entire Jewish population. Pressure has been exerted on Belgian employers to dismiss those few Jews still employed. The Jewish slave battalions will be assigned to clear rivers, drain ditches and canals and other flood control work. Other labor camps will be opened in the near future to provide for the large numbers of Jews expected. At the same time, the Nazi authorities decreed that henceforth Jews may reside only in the cities of Brussels, Antwerp, Liege and Charleroi. It was feared here that the new order means that the Nazis are preparing to establish ghettos for Belgian Jews in those cities. fan -" %  pati.-.g a r.y c-.mmer.t : .:. | _r_-d :-_| • rein ten Lodge _n;_•;;•..: .r.e of :_ %  %  tin| -. -1 reai trt m ar. and educat. eting was in tun jfan Ask Your Babbi fQuu _r the. Berry Simon!-..:':' ; i.~ .: %  !-_•.-_ %  r and c.r a Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. rabb: ementu. : Tempi* I;rae: ane nt .. the B_-J-anical .a brief arrress on •'Unity in '.-:---.. :i-: -. .:.:•: : -: tra: r y in Texas and Florida bed we pro%  :: %  at trat ri ; ; r. '. OUT band e ; tog e •..-. e r into i ri:~.r.:_. s :i_UO_ Acting a ..-_ of informar .-. -dditi..-. tt Babbi Kau.ar. .Rabbi Mas Shapiro of Conp Beth David, upholding servative element; Raobi Abraham Kellner, representing the Miami Jewish Orthodox Conga.-.d Rabbi Coiman Zwitman of Temple Israel, in behalf of the reform group. Many came pecting sermons and much | philosophising but remained to applaud and insist on extending the time originally allotted to the open forum. The rabbis handled all questions adroitly and their replies were masterpieces of lucid explanations coupled with humorous examples to illustrate their points. Each question was answered by each rabbi giving the interpretation his particular group favored. I'm firmly convinced that every year the rabbis must take special courses in story telling. It's amazing how many stories they have on their finger tips. I liked the explanation given to ilustrate what is meant by conservatism, to-wit: three men were sleeping in a single bed. The fellow on one end would become cold and pull the cover more on his side. This naturally exposed the fellow on the other end who in turn would pull the cover his way thus exposing the chap on the other end. The man in the middle didn't care which way the cover was pulled. He was conservative. We Miamians are indeed fortunate indeed in having among us for religious leadership so many truly outstanding and splendid rabbis. I don't believe any other community can boast of the intelligent harmony that exists between rabbis of congregations embodying the orthodox, conservative and reform doctrines. Speaking of rabbis reminds me of weddings and reminds me that congratulations are due Brother Dr. Lawrence Adler upon his forthcoming marriage. At the las'meeting as every application or membership was read if the applicants were in the room they were introduced and asked to give their businesses. As Sam Stone was introduced he stated that "he was a man of the world." Did you know that more than 40 brothers have donated their blood to the Dade County Blood Bank? And believe it or not. President Abe Aronovitz gave his blood three times. You'd never think he had that much blood. Herbert Feibelman made an appeal for assistance in behalf of the Crippled Children's Hospital. He is a member of its steering committee. REPORT ON OPERATIONS In New York hospital corridors nowadays the v *d__ni about the Jewish doctor who some time ago invented ~ e technique for the delicate mastoid operation The operation was such an improvement over the old method the: ._= ;_e spread throughout the world, eventually penetratinc even to the depths of Naziland With the result that one c: the outstanding Aryan surgeons of the Dark Continent mote fa_ to the American Jew asking for the details of the new :e:-.-..rue Our Jewish doctor, of course, felt that even Haiti have some claim to humanitarian consideration, and that therefore he couldn't conscientiously withhold this medico. .rJcrmation from them And so he sent in to the Nazi so.er._s: a detailed descricption of his mastoid operation technique—written up in the most idiomatic Yiddish he could muster INTERNATIONAL REVIEW One thing puzzles us about that big New York bank ir. which Nazi big shots are said to have many millions on deposit The story goes that one of the bank's executives puts _-. a good word for his alleged clients at every opportunity, suggesting that America can very well do business with the New Germany But it seems to us the bank's executives should be a little worried about the stability of Naziland if its leaders find it necessary to send their pennies across the Atlantic for safe I keeping ... In Paris, a recently returned traveler reports, one 1 cabaret owner made it a point to destroy his entire liquor sup 1 ply when the Nazi march into that unfortunate city had become | inevitable Then he tilled his shelves with some attractively labeled bottles, and waited for the Nazi troops to come in They did, and immediately started pouring themselves generous drinks But none of them stayed to enjoy the liquor .. For they quickly discovered that the labels on the bottles saving "Eau de Javel," meant, as every housewife knows, that the contents were a powerful bleaching solution YOU SHOULD KNOW The Zionist Organization of America will soon launch a Brandeis Educational Fund campaign, with the aim of obtaining the wherewithal to support some really effective Zionist educational work Incidentally, Susan Brandeis, daughter of the great jurist, is working day and night to help put over the Democratic ticket in New York's municipal campaign Rumor has it that one of the most beloved veterans of the Zionist executive staff is considering handing in his resignation The Non-Partisan Committee for a Jewish Army is growing more impressive hourly Among its new members are Channing Pollock, Ernest Lubitsch, Louis Bromfield, Waldo Frank, Pierre van Paassen and Ben Hecht DOMESTIC NOTE That political disagreement needn't affect marital felicity is illustrated by New York's Epic Epsteins The Mrs., daughter of the late Max Steuer, is a vociferous partisan of Mayor La Guardia, as whose labor secretary she serves, while the Mr., otherwise known as N. Y. State Solicitor-General Henry Epstein, is campaigning for District Attorney O'Dwyer, La Guardia s op ponent in the current metropolitan municipal campaign ... But the Epsteins assure one and all that they still love each other.., LITERARY NOTES Pierre van Paassen's new book, "That Day Alone," out last week, is racing at a terrific speed to the top of the best-seller list Critics acclaim it as even more powerful than his Days of Our Years" Don't miss reading the chapter entitled "A Socialist Sentence" Press agent Constance Hope reports that after Jascha Heifetz, who is one of her clients, read the chapter on himself in her book "Publicity is Broccoli," he wired her a suggestion for an improvement The chapter, now entitled "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Heifetz," should, according to the virtuoso, be called "The Man with the G-String" Elias Newman, the painter, who is now engaged in research on the history of Jewish art, informs us that in antiquity the swastika wes not at all common in characteristic Jewish artistic designs STAGE AND SCREEN Joseph Schildkraut, whom Broadway and Hollywood have featured for over two decades, notes that in the new Clifford Odots play "Clash by Night," in which Billy Rose is cc-starring him with Tallulah Bankhead, he will for the first time in his career be cast in the role of an American Staging a film comeback is Carmel Myers, whom many of you will remember as a featured screen player of some years ago She's cast in a small part in Joan Blondell's new film Ula Roden and John Banner, formerly of the Vienna stage and with a certain amount of Broadway experience, aren't letting the difficulties of finding Hollywood jobs get them down Both of them are working on the Coast at this writing—as, respectively, maid and butler Though, of course, they're still hopinq that a movie contract will eventually turn up ABOUT PEOPLE Send your best wishes for a speedy recovery to Z. H. Rubenstem, managing editor of the Yiddish daily. The Day Known for years as "the man who never sleeps," because his multitudinous activities left no time for rest, he has faUen a victim to seeping sickness We're glad to report that we hear he's holdinq his own ... The Day itself, which was near collapse, nas been taken over by its writers and compositors, who expect to make a qo of it Morrie ("Of Thee I Sing") Ryskind, who has been appointed to an instructorship at Columbia University's bchool of Journalism, feels that this job is a sort of vindication • • • %  seems that a quarter century ago, more or less, that very school expelled the future playwright for something he wrote • • __ % 



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1941 KING'S..***^ KOMMENTS The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Talkinq is the whole town And many with a big frown At the meeting this week That made the righteous weep For that southwest congregation Which really created a sensation All kinds of records were broken Facts which are better not spoken And 'twas really a shame For them to acquire a name After doing so well Truly going through hell To keep open its doors Build a new temple and other chores. BUILD INTERNMENT CAMP FOR UNITED STATES ALIENS New York (WNS)-The con. Struction of an internment camp I "for the safeguarding of such aliens as the War Department : may deem necessary to hold," was disclosed here by Brig. Gen. Irving J. Phillipson. commanding general of the Second Corps Area. The internment camp,—the first camp built for aliens since the last World War—is located at Camp Upton. Long Island. It was believed that similar camps now being constructed in other corps areas. PAGE THREE King must Komment on probably the story of the year even though the boss was in the thick of it the S. W. congregation's annual election which broke all records Records of campaigning, congregational politics, questionable tactics to put it mildly new members at any one time cash turned in for dues conduct at an election meeting surprise declinations and others too numerous to mention Believe it or not 101 new members that night almost doubling the active membership approximately $1,000.00 in cash for dues taken in about 300 people present ... 200 voting ... the contest decided by nine votes the audience composed of sons of beaches as the chairman of elections so adroitly put it ... a M. B. Butchers Association which was thought to have been defunct and dead, but it seems which had been revived for the poor and not kindred to its purpose, of using a butcher's knife and not on meat with the finger put on the spiritual leader as the general campaign manager and as aides Kashrath supervisors and religiously connected individuals one group declined 100'", all offices after the first contest and a drunk acted as jester for the evening representatives and heads of all the remaining religious institutions were present to watch the proceedings ... As an aftermath King was the recipient of many letters and phone calls expressing amazement as to its perpetration quoting from some of the letters "the most irreligious stupidity ever exhibited in this community" "Heaven knows, I am not religious but it was disgusting to see an election bought at the price of Kashrath and this THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ f€D£RflTIOII FLflSH€S Federation approved the organization of a permanent Volunteer Bureau' available to all local organizations. Federation takes this step in its program to enlarge its scope of service. Volunteer workers are needed and are asked to call Federation office 3-5411. Budget committee hearings .ire now being held for all participating agencies of Federation. Morris Klass, executive director of Federation has announced that is one "election which sure was | meetings of the board of directors paid for" "This community %  wil1 be he 'd more frequently this needs two Yom Kippurs to get, vear rid of all the sins committed in this congregation's election, but even that wouldn't relieve the Y. W. H. A. Book Review. Wednesday. October 29th Mrs. Joel Belov. chairman of the Book of the Month Club, announces that Mrs. Max Shapiro will review the book, "The Great Hatred" by Maurice Samuels, next Wednesday evening. October 29th. at the "Y". After the book review impromptu discussions will be given by prominent persons in this vicinity. Everyone is invited. "Y" Forum Great Success The first session of the "Y" Adult Forum Group took place last Tuesday evening when a capacity audience heard Frank Malone, W. I. O. D. radio commentator. An interesting discussion followed the regular talk. Maurice Grossman announces that these sessions will be held the first and third Tuesdays of every month. The next forum will be held on Tuesday. November 4. when Senator Ernest R. Graham will be the main speaker. New Classes The following new classes are planned at the "Y": Bridge and Mah Jongg, under the direction of Mrs. Julius L. Jacobs; Piano classes for children, under the direction of Mrs. Gertrude Friedevening, Sam Seitlin was appointed Chairman of a Bulletin Committee. This committee will meet shortly and make plans for issuing a Monthly Bulletin. Room and Board Listings All persons desiring to rent any of their rooms for the season, please register with the office at the Y. M. H. A. Just drop us a card. H. Schwartz and Al Berkowitz Lead "Y" Duckpin League With six weeks of a 21 week schedule completed. Al Berkowitz and your correspondent's aggregation are tied for first place in the "Y" Duckpin League. Following are the standings and first ten averages ss compiled by club secretary, Al Reisman: A new Committee was formed and will start work immediately, smell" .. the"outgoing admini-1 Publicity, Public Relations, etc., stration broke the treasury put-! A year round program is planned, i man. All persons interested in H. Berky these classes, please communi• Levm The 1942 campaign chairman l cate with Mr. Grossman at once Grossman Team W. L. Schwartz 12 6 Al Berky 12 6 Seitlin 10 8 Abe Berky 9 9 Reisman 8 10 Spector 8 10 Streit 7 11 Weinkle 6 12 Individual standings Milstein 108 Weinkle _. 104 Reisman ... 104 ting everything in tip-top shape for the new officers. _103 103 103 PARADES IN TEL AVIV AND HAIFA FOR RECRUITING One of the local Jewish or ganizations in order to avert expected momentarily. unfavorable criticism, having previously been the target of much, did its damndest to locate a Kosher restaurant for its annual meeting disappointing, and disgustingly so. there was none to be found ... as a last resort they arranged for a fish dinner Miami will grow up one of these days ... we hope. will be selected by the executive I and register for same, committee and announcement is| "Y" to Have Own Bulletin At a meeting of the Board of Kronenfeld Al Berky Levinson Directors held last Wednesday i Chertkof 103 103 102 100 Tel Aviv (PALCOR)—The extraordinary enthusiasm which has been generated throughout the Yishuv during Recruiting Week manifested itself again in Tel Aviv and Haifa yesterday as great crowds thronged the streets for parades of Jewish soldiers and officers in both cities. In virtually all towns meetings were held last night to stress the importance of enlisting in the British Army. In the parades The first of the new immigra; during the day the strains of tion permits allotted to the Jewmartial music were heard from ish Agency for Palestine have bands as members of women s orbeen sent to the British consulganizations and youth ate in Moscow. urged enlistments. Watch for sensational news with regard to the employment policy of a large Aircraft Corpor. ation in this area. groups HAVING TROUBLE^ •*" CrtB • SITodetn Gas ^P pUa Heater or Gas Being ^ot delivery andms^^ terms. pr^ td I ^ Hitler Reading left to right: Father Florence Sullivan, Dr. H Franklin^Jhams jM^rator^ .n Squire and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman during broadcast of Miami no -g~ program devoted -•-uuuig ieii io ngni: ramer fiuicntc ^.-...-•--%  -7nt Miami Round laoie suui !" -> ~ j~~ _J Squire and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman during broadcast^of Miami no ^^ program de voted j'onal Conference of Jews and Christians, over Station W. 1. u. u. l unity of faiths, and presented on Saturday evenings. phot by Beweckson PEOPLESs^^^^COMPAIVY Hollywiid • Ft. Lauderdale Miami Beach FOR IMMEDIATE SALE Completely equipped restaurant now operated Kosher stylewonderful location. Eleven beautifully furnished rooms in connection-Spacious grounds-Beer and wine license-Restaurant accomodates 200 customers, owner forced to sell—Serious accident in family. This is a money maker. Location 335 S. W. 12th Avenue.



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PAGE SIX >Mitf ttcrHtar FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1941 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION COSTIM.ED FROM PAGE $) h-.z M-i.T.: Beacr. rr.e: :r. -.-r Ijnagnfm last Morxiay r.-g.v. f-r a d_sc-.iss:or. of the posr.-:-•.- ol a parochial school in our com.-.-.-r..ty. Those m*crest*d are snvitad v. t.-.e next meeting to be : g.v October 27th. at 7 B %  English Conversation Club On ftigriah Conversation Clufe meet" M'.r.cay =".*•'.' evenings s: i p n under the kudu skip of -•-"I Levin A.. id .-. .:. %  '* -----B Habanoth •.::; %  • z:r.= attended the meeting of the rJabanotn last Tuesday a: '.-r syr.agogue Tike* anplanning a 7.eatre Par.y ar.u tt.-.er a::a.r= G..--i bet w een the ages of 12 and 15 are invited to come to the next meeting to be held Tuesday. October 28tfa at ; M p m c am e Wh. A*t. ? "51" Miami B!J-.Opat 2 49 P. M. Air Conditioned 0 NOW SHOWING THE MOST DANGEROUS WOMAN ON TWO CONTINENTS Slick Sophisticated, Re(reshing a.-.d Intriguing** Miami Daily Newt L Lfloy GEORGE BRENT ILONA MASSEY BASIL RATHBONE SEE IT FROM THE BEGINNING Young Meat's Clufc Discussion and voung 00 a r-arr.e. the constitution and the first project will take place Tuesday evesalsg at 7 30 p rr.. at the -.-z meeting at :-r y:-.-.g rr.er. s club. The club is sponsored by DBS Rabbi. Irving Genet and attorney Harold Turk. Young men between the ages of 14 and 18 are asked to join. Scout Troop A Boy Scout Troop is being nvgaSBzad in our synagogue. Jack Waiters is to be the new S it rr.ister Boys interested in joining are asked to communi:a:e with cur office or corr.e to ..-.g to be held Wed.: %  --.night a: I r. rr. Junior Hadassah Our synagogue has been glad tc rave the Junior Hadassa h rr.a>:e use of our faculties last M.r.day a:.d Thursday. We are ready to heip every Jewish gToup m our community find a suitable place for its meetings and activities Young Judea A Young Judea chapter to meet in our synagogue weekly is being organized under the leadership of the Young Judea CounciL Those interested are asked to notify the office. The Council of Young Judea met Thursday evening at the home of Rabbi and Mrs M. Mesccheioff to discuss plans'. Mixrachi Approximately 100 men and women attended the opening meeting of the Miami Beach M12rachi held at our synagogue last Saturday night. Various business matters were discussed. A number of new members were enrolled. A committee was appointed for the planning of the third annual Mizrachi Chanukah Affair, which met Wednesday afternoon at the synagogue. Dr. Samuel Beer was guest speaker. Refreshments were served. Sisterhood Meets Our Sisterhood will hold its opening meeting in the form of a membership tea at the home of its president. Mrs. B. H. London, Monday afternoon. November 3, at 2:30 p. m. A program of professional entertainment has been prepared. All ladies interested in our Sisterhood are cordially invited. Renovations A committee of our Board of Directors is studying plans for renovations and additions to our Talmud Torah bu.lding. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ,.. Place Your Funds In Dade Federal IS* Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation HAM PEIIEIEAL & OP MIAMI 4 5 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,100,000 J. M. LIPTON. President .CONTINUED FROM PACE S) sen. Mrs. J. M. Fine and Mrs. A. Quadow. October 23rdiAvrohom. son of Louis Weinkle. October 23rd: Yaakov Nison. father of David Brown. October 24 th: Channa Devorah. mother of Chas. Levenston. October 25th ;Hadassah. mother of Isador and David Kaplan. October 28th: Minam. mother of Joe Markowitz. October 29th: Yaakov Laeb. father of Ida Jackson. October 29th: Avrohom Melech. son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers. October 31st: Naphtali. father of Saul Grief. November 4th; Yosef. father of Mrs. L. Seigel. November 4th: Aharon, husband of Mrs. H. Weinberg. November 7th; Chaya. sister of Harry Rayvis. November 7th: Feiga Runi.mother of Morns Kaler. November 8th; Mayer, father of the late Dora Cohen. November 9th; Yosef. father of Abe Kronenfeld, November 10th; RochelL mother of Mrs. O. Argintar and Bertha Newell, November 12th; Mae. mother of Al and LiL Chisling, November 15th; Laeb. husband of Jennie Seiden. November 15th; Shima. mother of I. Rosengarten, November 15th; Yisroel Chayim. father of Nat Klein. November 15th; Caya Sorah. mother of Wm. Friedman. Novemcer 16th; Molkah. mother of Jacob L. Richman. November 17th: Sorah Dina. mother of M. J. Kopelowitz, November 17th: Alexsander, father of M. E. Singer. November 18th; Yisroel, father of R Baine. November 20th. Board Meeting A very interesting and lively was held at the home of Mrs. J. Engler last Monday evening with Twenty ladies attending. Much work was accomplished, a pleasant evening spent and most delicious refreshments served by our hostess Mrs Engler, and her daughter. Molly. Regular Meeting A very' interesting and lively meeting took place this past Wednesday afternoon at the Beth David auditorium. A harmonious spirit was manifested at this meeting, with every member present showing her sincere devotion. Rabbi Shapiro addressed the members stressing the importance of the work of our Jewish women at this critical moment. We were also favored with a few musical numbers by Mrs. Henry Marbein, who was accompanied by her husband. Cantor Henry Marbein. The following activities for the ensuing season were voted on. and the president. Mrs. Isadore Fine, urges every member and friends to keep these dates open on their calendars: November 19th. Annual Food Sate—Mrs. Jean Seitlin. chairman: November 30th, Barn Dance at Beth David Talmud Torah, Mrs. Sam Weissel, chairman; December 10th. Beth David Sisterhood Day—Mrs. Sidney Rauzin. chairman; December 14th. Sunday School P. T. A. Carnival —Mrs. Sam Dickson, chairman; December 21st, Sisterhood's Traditional Chanukah Dinner. Full particulars of the above affairs will be given in later issues. TEMPLE ISRAEL ZIONIST DISTRICT MEETING TO BE HERE OCTOBER 30TH The Zionist District will have a regular meeting on Thursday, October 30th. at 8 p. m., in the Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Election of officers for the year will be held. Adelbert Freedman. executive director of the Southeastern Zionist Region will be the guest speaker for the evening. Mr. Freedman will report on the recent National Convention of the Zionist Organization of America. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5, in our congregation interested in joining this group, may submit their names to the Temple Israel Youth Group Committee, care of the Temple. 137 N. E. 19th St. In Memorials "May the father of peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." —Union Prayer Bock. At the services this Fr:day evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: C Neidenberg. father of Mrs Jos. L. Arkin: Kate Yubas. mother of Mrs. Ike Wolkowsky. Yahrzeits: Leah Strahl. mother of Mrs. Jos. H. Levine; Harry Weinberg, husband of Mrs. Sadie Weinberg; Mandel Warner, father of Mrs. Rose Adler; Samuel Goldenblank. father of Mrs. Morris Rubin. With The Rabbi During this week. Rabbi Zv. itman has been invited to speak at the following organizations: Lions Clubs of Redlands District and Homestead, on Tuesday evening. October 21st. Little River Baptist Church, Thursday evening. October 23rd. Annual Patrol Leader's Conference of the Dade County Council of Boy Scouts of America, on Sunday. October 26th. National Conference of Christians and Jews Round Table program over W. I. O. D. Saturday. November 1st. FOR RENT BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT EASTERN EXPOSURE H. KRAKOW 1520 S. W. 5th ST. PH. 29823


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PAGE TWO -JmistncrkMar FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24. 194! Social Personals Clubs • • Organizations ENGAGED .aCKSC-r. -S fcr Oscar Dames...... %  : Zs--...Jacescr. 'i V-s %  %  *:.-. ar.r ,.-.c of •..-•.r -i.£-".-: Harriet ."..-a-". I Mr J; I dee la Ji:<=r r r„f s* y..- :.:;• M.-...". ^: c rr = ^-s".r .•— %  '..•.: ri.gr ar.d ='.ge m Brill Virginia She %  i: past CUltaraJ -. of Jtmiof Badhank Imanaal secretary : HM Gicater Miami Zionist Connril 3. beer at Tuiiplc Israel Beta David Y-...-.£ Jui&ea i the pas: *. private urger".*.-. •.frs:.-.':: .--...\: of the V M H A mag Federation of th pie Lea^-je Mr :-. reprts*r.ta::v =.:.-=-f;<.I--:i. 5-:; y C: Er.gagerr.er.: : ".:rj were -•.. %  ; New York C::y r.i Ne .'r.-K;. rela*..ves ar.; fner.is cf •_-.* er.gaged :: -z'.e Tr.r weddirg --l. '^!K place "New York C::y .r. the spring. f •„*.-= city and UM la-g.-.-.e: : V Mrs S:. k, Jr. el 7 S. C • • • Mr ;.-3 Mrs Morris Bear an-•--.: %  ::.er.gagemer.t :f their -. M : ;. -.; Mr Berr.ard %  :.:..Mi :-::•..^ Barring with the lleta Cavalry Regimeni .:' United States Army statioaed a: Fort w **ff*" Texas :..-.. -gm lAam.: JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLETJf Harriet Julian Damenitein fof '.'.' past two years, and treas•..-'.'.:' •:.< Young Judea Leaders ;.-. tit-'• Mi Dai lenstein was connected A::.', the Mian-.. Piayers. Grove Players Temple Players, and the Federal Players, She was also beard on local radio stations. She also was a member of the Lake Shore Theater Stock Co. of Westford, Mass.. and was connected with the Atterberry Players at the Gay Nineties Club on Miami Beach. Mr. Jackson was graduated from the James Monroe High. School. He was president of the Senior League of Sinai Temple for the past five years, a member of the Big Brothers and Sisters of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum for the past two years and is a member of the Nationa next regular meeting of Miami Unit of Jr. Hadassah Id i -g Mcnday evening, October 27th, bthe a Hotel An interesting rranged and and members are corited to attend. Definite plans for the Formal Opening to be held November 2nd Beachcomber will be given -.; %  Mrs Harry Breskin. chairman. also plans for the Thanksgiving Formal will be given by Helen Schiff.chairman. The dance is luled for November 30th at the MacFadden-Deauville. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 S. Andrews Avenue Ft. Lauderdale Serving Broward County Sabbath Services. Friday. 8 p. m.. with lecture by Rabbi S. H. Baron on "The House Beautiful". Religious school. Sunday morning. 10 to 12 o'clock. Temple Youth Club, Sunday 11:30 to 12:30. Sisterhood meeting, Monday. 8 p. m., with talk by Miss Bessie Graham, R. N„ of the Red Cross. Sisterhood serving day, Tuesday, 9 a. m.to 5 p. m., for the Red Cross and British War Relief Society. Sisterhood luncheon. Wednesday, 12:30 p. m.. at the Florida Power and Light Company demonstration rooms. Adult Hebrew and Bible Class, Wednesday. 8:00 p. m. H. R Farr will make a Navy Day address in behalf of the Jewish War Veterans of Greater Miami ever WKAT at 5 I October .27. • • • A card party will be held Sunday. Oct. 26th at 2 p. m. at the r.ome of Mrs. Rose Martrus. 830 3rd Street. Miami Beach sponsored -;• the Pioneer Women of Greater M.a~. ar.; M.ami Beach and :' r the benefit of the DefeoM _~:-r.:„ :f Da;-: C:-r.:y • • • Necessity for Adult Jewish Education was the topic of Mr. Isaac Joffe when he addressed a large gat.-.en.-.g of the Ft. LaudBna: B nth Lodge at its ng last Thursday night. Mr. William Paliot presided at the meeting and also introduced Mr. Is-aa: Lev..-, if ?-'.arr.:. • • • A meeting of the Pioneer Women'i Organization. Group No. 1. hold a meeting Tuesday evening, October 28 at the Beth David Talmud Torah starting at 8 o'clockPlans will be completed for a dinner scheduled for Nov. 30th and coming events for the ensuing year will be discussed. • • • Isaac Joffe. Miami attorney, will address the Town Hall forum at its weekly session in the Essex House. Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Sunday evening. Oct. 26 at 8:15 o'clock. A paneled discussion on "Anti-Semitism in America." He will present the Jewish viewpoint of the question. An open forum will follow. • • • Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be guest speaker at the Town meeting of the Spinoza Forum. 11th St. between Collins Ave. and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, next Tuesday evening, Oct. 28th. at 8:15 o'clock. This Saturday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock Dr. Abraham Wolfson will speak on "The Life of Reason." • • • Appeals are being made thru various Jewish organizations for volunteer women to make surgical dressings, and to sew. knit and crochet for the American Red Cross. Surgical dressings are being made daily at Richards Store. Miami, from 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Materials for knitting and crocheting may be obtained by calling Mrs. S. B. Miller, 3-4928; FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street materials for sewing by calling Mrs. E. Hinkes, 3-5854. • • • All Jewish organizations of Greater Miami have joined the local Zionist Council and the Y. M. H. A. in declaring Balfour Day. which will be observed on Sunday. November 2nd. as Memorial Day m memory of the late Louis D. Brandeis and M. M. Ussisr.kin. Memorial services for these two men will be held on Sunday. November 2nd. at 8:15 at the Y. M. H. A. The entire i Jewish community is asked to attend these Memorial services land pay final tribute to two of our greatest men of the age. • • a* The installation of the newly elected officers of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will take place this coming Suniday evening at the new synagogue building. Mr. Ben Meyers will be chairman of the evening and Mr. Max Orovitz will be the installing officer. Brief congratulatory addresses will be heard from the Rabbinical Association and other Greater Miami Organizations. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner. spiritual leader, will charge the officers and address the gathering. • • • Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, will hold their installation luncheon Monday. Oct. 27th at 12.30 p. m. at the St. Moritz Hotel. Miami Beach. Rev. Joseph Barth. prominent minister, will be the guest speaker. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will conduct the installation and will also speak on "Leadership in the American Jewish Congress in the Aftermath.'' A musical program will be presented by Miami artists. Rosemary Gerson and Frances Druckerman. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, first vice president, will preside as toastmaster. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. A. J. Tobin. 5-4421 or Mrs. M. Krieger, 5-1454. e e e Formal installation of officers of the Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will be held Tuesday, October 28th at the Jefferson Hotel, Miami Beach, at 12 noon. Cards and mah jongg will be played following the luncheon. For reservations call 5-5680 or 3-4147. Officers for the ensuing year to be installed are: president. Mrs. M. B. Ross; 1st vice president. Mrs. S. Goldstrom; 2nd vice president. Mrs. M. M. Newman; 3rd vice president. Mrs. B. Waldman; recording secretary. Mrs. Frances Stark; corresponding secretary, Mrs. H. Friedman; financial secretary. Mrs. L. Goodus; treasurer. Mrs. S. Luby; auditor, Mrs. H. Wronker. Installing officer will be Mrs. Melvin E. Davis and chairman of the! affair is Mrs. Clementine Kemp, who will be assisted by an able committee. Guest speaker will be Sol Goldstrom. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. William I B-.xerman have returned to •. after a two weeks trip • xl w York City. • • • Mrs. Ida Spivack eelebratt i r 49th birthday with her husband, children and friends at her r.oroe at 905 Michigan Avenue. ••• • Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein and daughter Gladys of Miarr.: Beach. returned from an extended vacation in Hendersonville. N C. • • • Helen Mintzer will spend the week-end in Gainesville she will attend the Fa:, at the University of Florida • • • Gilbert Greenbaum celebrated his fifth birthday with a party at his home given by h;s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenbaum. • • • Mrs. Jean Martin and her chiL dren Lionel and Natalie, formerly of this city, have annour.cwill remain in New York : the coming year. Natalie will continue her studies at the C:. University. • • • Mrs. Fanny Klein of Brooklyn, N. Y., has arrived in Miami to attend the engagement reception of her son k Bernard Klein ar.d Miss Molly Bear. During her visit here Mrs. Klein will be the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. '. %  '. Bear. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Roth of Miami Beach arrived home Tuesday on the steamship Algonquin after spending the summer :n New York where they visited their children. During his trip, Mr. Roth gave several addresses pertaining to Judaism. • • • Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal left Miami today for Houston. Texas, where Dr. Rosenthal will attend the annual convention of the American Dental Association. On their return they will visit friends in New Orleans, returning to Miami on November 2nd. • • • Mrs. J. Smith and son. Sam. have left for their home in Cincinnati, after spending several days as guests of Mr. and MrsCharles Peretzman, Miami Beach. They were accompanied by Miss Lillian Peretzman, who after a stop over in Atlanta, will spend ten days as their guest. Stephen Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendrich, will celebrate bit first birthday today. R. W. BROWN 4 CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Ftrtllizar Company TROPICAL BRANC Quality Fartiliaar GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES 'Factory: Gould*. Florida Phono: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami. Fla. PHONE 4-S375 PLAZA Theatre—s. End Waah. Avi. MIAMI BEACH 2Sc 2:45 to 6:30 2 DAYS ONLY 2 DAYS ONLY Ba WED. AND MAU ALL ck To ThrUl You Aaa THURS.. OCT. 29TH RICE SCHW7 IN SHOLEM ALEICHEM'S EVY TALKING JEWISH CLASS WITH ENGLISH TITLES in! AND 30TH wRTZ A" HC—



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1941 LOCAL UTILITY L AWARD FOR SALES By leading all other gas companies in Division three which is composed of gas utility companies of similar size throughout the country, the Peoples Water and Gas Company of Miami Beach, has achieved the distinction of winning the 1941 Servel Annual Best Performance Award in the National Campaign for the greatest number of gas refrigeration installations of companies having from 3,000 to 9,000 meters during the period of from October 1, 1940 to October 1, 1941. Now completing its eighth year, the Campaign which is sponsored by Servel, Inc. and the Refrigeration Committee of the American Gas Association features monthly, quarterly and annual contests and provides cash, defense bonds, all-expense trip awards, certificates of honor and attractive trophies for both gas companies and individual salesmen who compile outstanding gas refrigeration sales records. With the sales of gas refrigerators increasing from year to year, the contests have keen competition among the many competing companies and salesmen, resulting in close races or the coveted awards and honors. In addition to retaining permanent possession of the distinguished trophy, the award entitles the representative of the company to participate in the Honor Trip which this year is being taken by the representatives of 35 gas companies to Havana via Atlantic City, Washington, D. C, and Miami, Florida. M. A. Riboud, a delegate of the Peoples Water and Gas Company, left to attend the Annual Meeting of the American Gas Association held in Atlantic City.N. J., Octoben 20-22, where he was the guest of honor and received additional recognition. He left Atlantic City on Wednesday, October 22 by private car en route to the South and the completion of the trip itinerary to Havana by Clipper Plane. Jew! si> Fhricfian PAGE SEVEN "TEVYA" FEATURED BY THE PLAZA THEATRE, ON BEACH Among the last of the old-time Yiddish legiters to attempt the talking film, Maurice Schwartz, has selected one of his greatest successes on the Yiddish stage for the try. Sholem Aleichem's 'Tevya, The Dairyman', with a magnificent characterization. 'Tevya' is one of the best Yiddish films made, on the strength of the Aleichem-Schwartz name, particularly with the old-time adherents of the Yiddish theatre who will recall the play, showing at the Plaza Theatre, Miami FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR WM. I. BOXERMAN WRITER ON "RECONSTRUCTIONIST" Announcement was made this week in the current issue of the "Reconstructionist," of the appointment of Wm. I. Boxerman, director of the Florida Regional Office of the ADL, as a contributing editor to the paper. The "Reconstructionist" is a national bi-weekly issue published by the Society for the Advancement of Judaism." It is dedicated to the advancement of Judaism as a religious civilization, to the furtherance of unicersal freedom, justice and peace. Mr. Boxerman is also a frequent contributor to the Jewish Social Service Quarterly which reports developments in Jewish community organization, as well as to a number of Anglo-Jewish periodicals. Miriam Riselle Seen in "Tevya" Beach, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Schwartz has graced this folk tale of the Ukraine with a shrewd comedy flair that his stage roles of recent years have not called for. In fact, on stage or screen— and he has played in the silents— the actor manager has seldom had a part so considerable inclusive of diverse moods—the wittily philosophical, the unschooled dairyman, one moment; next, the tragic father who must stand by helplessly while his youngest daughter marries a Gentile. Mr. and Mrs. A. Liebman announce the opening of a itrictly kosher butcher shop at 671 N. W. 5th Street The best meat at lowest price* Call 2-7828 KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS Compare Our Poultry and Prices—at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street Shoched On Duty Every Day Phone 2 HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN %  —Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS-MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 lor GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There il No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK South of God The Fundamentalist movement has produced many types of preachers ... It has spawned a Gerald Winrod, the Jayhawk Nazi who teaches hatred of Catholic and Jew alike ... It also has brought forth a Claude Williams, the champion of the underprivileged whose mission in life has been to teach love and faith among all creeds and colors. "South of God" by Cedric Belfrage (Modern Age Books—New York—$2.50,) the most fascinating religious biography we have ever read, tells the story of Claude Williams, a preacher who suffered for his beliefs but taught thousands in the South a new vision of social justice. In parts the narrative leaves us sickened at man's inhumanity to man epitomized in the remarks of the sad-faced negro sharecropper who says wearily: "Tell you the truth, we ain't livin' —jest resistin' ". The negro and the Jew have much in common As minorities, both face certain problems not dissimilar in nature ... In the Nazi scheme of things, negroes and Jews fall into the same category of "racial" inferiority. Of great interest to us was Claude Williams' interpretation of the manner in which the "old time religion" (i. e. fundamentalism) is being used by such characters as the aforesaid Winrod Would that more fundamentalists could read it! The ADL has dealt with many problems of anti-Semitism having their genesis in the Bible belt of the South, inspired by such passages in the New Testament as the crucifixtion story. Especially meaningful to us in "South of God" were such portions as the following, which show real insight into the situation facing our country today Claude, in addressing the sharecropper preacher says: "Now the simple 'old time religion'—let us not evade it—has a definite antiSemitic note JPSUS is pictured standing outside Jerusalem cursing the Jews for receiving him not That is a lever for the fascists to use for stirring up antiSemitism." "Do not think they will not try to use anti-Semitism as a splitting weapon in the South, although we have few Jews Already we have rules against Jews settling in certain communities They are supposed to be mysteriously 'rich' The German people were stirred up against them on that basis and our people, both black and white, easily could be." F. A. 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We are now showing a large assortment of the Newest Colors in Fine Fabrics for Evening, Sports and Business Wear. Now Open for the 18th Consecutive Season TO EXPELLING JEWS TO POLISH GAMPS Stockholm (WNS)— The Nazi campaign to expel all Jews in Germany to Poland, temporarily shelved last year when Nazi gauleiters in Poland complained that the Polish ghettos were already terribly overcrowded, was suddenly resumed last week with the expulsion to Lodz of 1,500 Jews, it was reported here. Approximately 20.000 Jews, the majority of them over 50 years of age and physically unfit for compulsory labor service, have been assembled in temporary quarters in Berlin where they await deportation to the Lodz ghetto. The first 1,500 Jews to be expelled to Poland were crowded aboard unheated cattle trains after they had been given a few hours notice to prepare to leave. Their furniture and other household possessions will be confiscated. The deportations have been placed under the control of the violently anti-Semitic Gestapo leader Eichmann, who gained considerable stature in Nazi party circles last year for his systematic expulsions of Jews from Vienna and the Czech protectorate. AL'S snnDUiitH SHOP MID DELICHTESSEn Now Open Enjoy the finest in pastries From our own Bakery 238 TWENTY-THIRD STREET, M. B. TEL. 5-7932 (Zgotiz ^DR. MILES NERVINE ^ma£e