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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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VOLUME 15No. 35
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AUGUST 28, 1942
PRICE10 CENTS
QUEBEC MINISTER
URGES JEWS NOT
TO LOSE COURAGE
Montreal (WNS) Prime Min-
ister Adelard Godbout of the
province of Quebec, stating that
a United Nations victory over the
hordes of Hitlerism was certain,
urged Jews in a special message
this week not to lose their cour-
age in the face of the Nazi atro-
cities against the Jewish people
in occupied Europe.
"Since the outbreak of the
present war," the Prime Minister
said, "the Jewish people have
given to the world, from the
depths of greatest trial, a splen-
did example of patience and ab-
negation. In spite of the dire per-
secution they have sustained at
the hands of the mad hordes of
Hitler thirsting for carnage and
devastation, they have carried
their heads high, pending the
hour of justice and deliverance.
"With unshakeable confidence
in the outcome of this war, we
ask Jewish people not to lose
courage, but to exert its fullest
efforts for victory. Since we are
certain of defending the Faith
against the Neo-Paganism, bro-
therly love against hate, and tol-
erance against barbarism, with
the help of God victory will be
ours."
AMERICAN JEWISH SOLDIER
REPORTED MISSING IN RAID
London (WNS)An American
Jewish soldier Private Louis
Kline of Memphis, Tenn, was
listed among the missing in the
first casualty list of American
troops who participated in the
nine-hour Dieppe raid last week.
The missing soldier's next of kin
is Harry Kline of Memphis.
Another Jewish fighter. Har-
old Bergman of Winnipeg. Can-
ada, was among Canadian sol-
diers who returned safely from
the history-making raiii cf the
French coast.
The Nazi radio in Paris, report-
ing the battle, stated that Jews
in occupied France tore off their
yellow Mogen Davids, which all
Jews must wear, when they heard
that United lotions troops had
landed in Dieppe. This might be
] taken as a pretext for further
'anti-Jewish persecution, howev-
er, since the Britten radio in-
formed the people of France that
she Dieppe raid was not an in-
vasion and urged the French peo-
ple not to jeopardize their se-
curity
AXIS POWERS ARE
BUM.
SWITZERLAND MODIFIES ACT
TO EXPEL ESCAPED REFUGEES
TO
HAVE GRETTOS FOR
ARMY ASSIGNS PERMANENT
CHAPLAIN TO JEWISH MEN
Fort Benning, Ga. (WNS)
With the recent assignment of
First Lt. Samson Aaron Shain as
the first permanent chaplain of
Jewish troops at Fort Benning.
Ga., the army has taken a defin-
ite step towards providing for the
spiritual needs of soldiers of that
faith on this reservation. Here-
tofore, these needs have been
filled by visiting chaplains or by
rabbis from Jewish congrega-
| tions in near-by Columbus. Ga.
In the short time that Chaplain
Shain has been on the post, a com-
plete organization of Jewish sol-
diers along religious lines has
been effected. The chaplain has
arranged for weekly services in
order to reach every soldier as-
signed to regiments in the various
widely scattered units over the
reservation.
Bern (WNS) Roberto Fari-
nacci, whose position in Italy is
similar to that of Nazi Propa-
ganda Minister Goebbels in Ger-
many, this week launched a cam-
paign in his string of notorious
anti-Semitic newspapers and by
personal appearances at Fascist
public rallies for the introduc-
tion of ghettos as the only way
to remove the "Jewish menace"
in Italy.
Farinacci, who was instrumen-
tal in bringing about the recent
purge of 60,000 Fascist party
members on the ground that they
were pro-Jewish, stated that the
ghettos established by the Nazis
in Poland had "proved" that the
final solution of the Jewish prob-
lem was the segregation of the
country's Jewish population in
walled-in ghettos.
Declaring that "the official at-
titude of the Catholic Church on
Jewish questions does not cor-
respond with what we consider
the real Christian outlook." Far-
inacci said: "The time will come
when even the blind will see
hat Christian civilization can-
not be saved by the wide-spread
false piety which is usurping the
name of Christian charity, but
rather by the courageous work
f political men."
Washington (WNS) Presi-
dent Roosevelt warned the Axis
powers this week that high Nazi
and Fascist leaders responsible
ior the mass executions and
other atrocities against the ci-
vilian pooulations of Europe and
Asia would be tried and punish-
ed after the certain victory of
the United States.
The President's warning to the
Axis invaders was incorporated
in a formal reply to the nine
exiled governments which had
pointed out that Nazi atrocities
against the helpless people of
Europe were increasing and that
the danger existed in the "ex-
termination of certain popula-
tions." The appeal to Washing-
ton for White House intervention
was made by the exiled govern-
ments of Poland. Czechoslovakia.
Yugoslavia. Holland. Belgium.
Greece. Luxemburg, Norway and
the French National Committee
in London.
"The United Nations are going
to win this war. When victory
has been achieved, it is the pur-
pose of the Government of the
United States, as I know it is the
purpose of each of the United
Nations, to make appropriate use
of the information and evidence
in respect to these barbaric
crimes of the invaders, in Eu-
rope and in Asia. It seems only
fair that they should have this
warning that the time will come
when they shall have to stand in
courts of law in the very coun-
tries which they are now oppres-
sing and answer for their acts."
Berne (WNS)The storm of
protests which greeted the decis- j
ion of the Swiss federal govern-1
ment to expel all refugees, most
of them Jews, who entered this
country illegally since August 11
after escaping from France, re-
sulted this week in a modifica-
tion of the expulsion order.
Accused by the liberal press of
"violating the obligation of Chris-
tion neighborly love and the hu-'
manitarian duty of Switzerland"
to accept the refugees and grant
them asylum, Swiss police offi-
cials announced the suspension of
the expulsion order after a meet-
ing in Zurich with representatives
of Jewish organizations.
Swiss officials stated that refu-
gees who entered Switzerland af-
ter August 11 and who announced
themselves to the police on arriv-
al, would not be expelled with-
out cause. All cases will be in-
vestigated, although the Federal i
Department of Justice and Police |
reserved to itself the final decis-1
ion in all examinations.
PRO-JEWISH ACTIVITIES IS
STAGED BY DANE STUDENTS
Stamps and bonds, bonds and
stamps, will make the Axis look
like tramps. Buy War Bonds now.
Stockholm (WNS)The annual |
meeting of university btudents!
from all parts of Denmark was |
the scene of the greatest pro- |
Jewish demonstration in Nazi-1
dominated Europe since the out.
! break of the war.
In open defiance of Nazi regu-
1 lations, thousands of Danish stu-
dents, gathered in tne city of
Geerlocv for the traditoinal ineet-
; ings and festivities, staged an
j impressive demonstration of their
I friendship for Jews, which the
I people of Denmark or the Nazi
! leaders will not soon icrget.
The students conducted a pa-
rade through the streets of the
city, carrying the Danish and
blue and white Jewish flags. Wo-
men students were clad in blue
and white dresses, while the men
wore blue and white hats. Jew-
ish students were given places of
! honor in the parade.
POPE PROTESTS TO
NAZIS OF POLISH
JEWS IN EUROPE
Geneva (WNS) Pope Pius
XII was reported in well-inform-
ed diplomatic circles here to have
registered a strong protest in
Berlin against the Nazi treat-
ment of Polish Jews in occupied
Europe, particularly in Poland
and in Nazi-held parts of So-
viet Russia.
The Nazi Government was said
to have ignored the Pope's pro-
tests and to have advised the
Vatican indirectly not to inter-
fere with the internal affairs of
Germany, especially the Nazi
anti-Jewish policies.
The Pope's protest to Berlin
marked the second time in less
than a month that the Vatican
has raised its voice in protest
against the Nazi treatment of
Jews. Recently, the Pope called
upon Marshal Henri Petain to
use his influence to halt the mass
arrests and deportations of Jews
from occupied France. As a re-
sult of the Pope's intervention,
the deportations were limited to
non-French Jews.
F
Y. M. H. A of Greater Miami Reviews
Its Cultural Program for Past Years
NAZIS CONSCRIPT JEWS IN
BELGIUM AS SLAVE LABOR
London (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in occupied Belgium have or-
dered the 38,000 foreign Jews in
Belgium to report for compulsory
labor in Germany, it was reported
this week by the Free Belgium
news agency. The agency said
that similar orders were issued
by the Nazis in Holland and
'ranee because some Jews at-
tempted to escape into neighbor-
lnB countries.
By GEORGE CHERTKOF
Chairman. Finance Committee
The entire Jewish world today
looks toward America as the only
hope for the sustaining of Jew-
ish life. America today is the
only salvation of Jewish religion
and culture. That is our destiny
in America and that is our su-
preme obligation as we face the
future in these uncertain times.
The Y M.H.A of Greater Miami
has always felt that it is its des-
tiny to perpetuate Jewish ideals
and values to carry on the tra-
ditions of our country and our
people and to make our heritage
meaningful to ourselves and to
our children. ,
Is the Y.M.H.A. equipped for
such a task? While this question
is not susceptible to a yes or no
answer, yet with its limited ta-
dlities the Y.M.H.A for the past
few years has carried on exten-
sive cultural programs. Every
year during the winter months a
public forum is held at which
speakers of note discuss a topic,
after which the members of the
audience participate. Noted lec-
turers have come here from time
to time, among them Maurice
Samuel, famous author and lee
turer; Judge Meyer Steinbrink,
member of the New York Su-
preme Court, and many others.
Locally, we have had men like
Frank Malone, noted commentat-
or- Jack Bell, columnist; Pauline
Corey, famous author, to mention
bUJewishW'content and the Jewish
theme predominate in most of the
cultural activities of the Y.M.H.A.
George Chertkof
he cooperation of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Every month a different Rabbi
gave a series of lectures on some
phase of Jewish history. This
has been developed gradually so
that every year a series of lec-
tures is given by a Rabbi on
some Jewish topic, the latest of
which was a series of lectures
last year given by Rabbi Max
Shapiro on "Jewish Customs and
Rituals."
In our discussion groups, topics
on Zionism, the Jewish problem
in the world today, questions on
anti-Semitism are the main topics
of discussion. Even in our Sum-
mer Camp there were opportun-
ities for Jewish learning. For
example, a class in beginners' He-
brew was organized this year in
the Home Camp. In our dramatic
department plays with a Jewish
theme are featured. Stories of
Rabbis or of some topic in Jew-
ish history are portrayed. In olir
dancing classes Palestinian Folk
Dances are featured.
Above all, there is undercur-
rent in the whole program of the
Y.M.H.A, a definite striving to
awaken Jewish consciousness to
develop Jewish loyalties and
Jewish ideals.
People have evinced a great
interest in these programs. Two
Jewish activities, cultural and ed-
ucational, are emphasized more
and more in the work at the "Y."
Lecture forums of high quality, years ago Maurice Grossman, our
Executive Director, always pio-
JEWS KEEP BRAVE
Stockholm (WNS) Deeply
concerned over the steadily in-
creasing number of suicides in
the Warsaw Jewish ghettos, rab-
bis and Jewish leaders within
the ghetto walls have appealed
to their people to be brave dur-
ing this time of great suffering
in order to insure the future of
the Jewish people, it was report-
ed here this week.
The wave of suicides among
Jews in the Warsaw ghetto was
reported to have assumed ap-
palling proportions. The reports
said that from July 15 to August
1, when the Nazi wholesale de-
portations of Jews to German-
held parts of Soviet Russia, an
average of 100 Jews committed
suicide daily. In many cases, en-
tire families ended their lives.
The number of Jewish suicides
was reported to be increasing
since no relief from the Nazi per-
secutions is in sight. Deportations
of Polish Jews for slave labor in
Russia is continuing at an ac-
celerated rate. Food rations for
Jews arc being reduced con-
stantly.
It is estimated that in the War-
saw ghetto alone approximately
300.000 Jews are dependent on
the community kitchens for their
daily food which consists of
bread and a bowl of soup.
CUBA CLOSES ITS BORDERS
TO EUROPEAN IMMIGRANTS
neering in some new field, in-
stituted a series of lectures on
classes, courses, discussion groups
are engaged in imparting Jewish
knowledge and information. For _
example, when Maurice Gross- "Marriage and the Family." This
man was first appointed as Ex- wag a novelty in this area and
ecutive Director of the Y in was received by the audience
1938, he inaugurated a series of -------
lectures on Jewish History with | (continued on pack r,
Havana (WNS) Cuba closed
its doors to Europe's refugees
this week with the announcement
by Dr. Jose A. Martinez, Minis-
ter of State, that all authoriza-
tions issued by the Immigration
Department for Cuban visas to
applicants in Europe had been
suspended.
The number of Jewish refu-
gees in Europe affected by the
order could not be learned. At
the same time, the Cuban gov-
ernment suspended all applica-
tions for Cuban citizenship.


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FRIDAY. AUGUST
28, 1942
Social
Personals
Clubs
Organizations
ORGANIZATIONS
Mrs. J. S. Garvett returned to
Miami last Friday after vacation-
ing in the north.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feinstein
returned to the city this week
after a two weeks vacation in the
North.

Mr. Phillip Romer returned
here this week after a combined
business and pleasure trip to
New York.

Mrs. J. Schiff of Miami Beach
returned here this week after
spending two weeks in Hender-
sonville. N. C.

Mrs. A. J. Tobin is visiting
relatives and friends in Saratoga
and New York. She will be gone
about five weeks.

Mr. Alfred B. Rosenstein. pres-
ident of Beth Sholom Center.
Miami Beach, left by train yes-
terday for New York City.

Mr. Louis Gadon left this week
for a ten day trip to New York
City. Mr. Gadon is a member of
the faculty of the Beth David
Cong.

Mrs. Harry Hornstein of Phoe-
nix, Arizona, is here for a visit
The Dade Chapter of the Na-
tional Cardiac Home is planning
a Mah Jongg and card party to
be held at the Beth Sholom Cen-
ter, 761 41st St.. Miami Beach.
Monday, August 31st at 1:30 p. m.
Admission will be 50c. Refresh-
ments will be served. Reserva-
tions may be made by calling Mrs.
Charles Tobin. 5-1545.

Ruth C. Brotman, Soprano
singer heard in dozens of appear-
ances in this area during the past
several seasons, and active in par-
ticipation of presenting entertain-
ment to members of the armed
forces in this locality, has been
given charge of the U. S. O. units
to travel the State of Florida, it
was announced here this week.
Miss Brotman would like to have
Comedians, dancers, instrumen-
talists, male singers, quartettes
and other acts interested in join-
ing this unit to contact her imme-
diately by calling 5-1602 or writ-
ing in detail to her at 1502 Jef-
ferson Ave., Miami Beach.
ENGAGED
U. S. JEWSCHIDED FOR LACK
OF SUPPORT TO RUSS JEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Murry Yanks announcing the engagement of
their daughter Adcle, to Private,
First Class, Louis Goldberg. A
member of the Army Air Corps.
Mr. Goldberg is stationed on Mi-
ami Beach, and is serving as a
drill instructor. He is formerly
of North Bergen. N. J. A definite
date for the wedding has as yet
not been set.
MARRIAGES
the
tee
500
the
BRIS
The Bris Milah of the son of
with her son-in-law and daugh-, Mr and Mrs Hyman Rakov. 1600
*E Mr oo!JdcM,rJ- ol'u'o L BX" Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach.
crman, 332 S. W. 20th Road.

Lt. Dr. Sol Selevan, Miami
Beach, left Wednesday for
West Palm Beach, Morrison
Field, where he will enter active
duty with the government.

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schiff
will leave for New York on Sep-
tember first. Mr. Schiff has been
called north to give personal at-
tention to business problems

Mrs. Nathan Pritzker, 321 S.
took place at the Jackson Memo-
rial Hospital on Monday morn-
ing, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiating.
PERSONALS
Dr. Joseph B. Margolis is an-
nouncing the removal of his of-
fices, for the general practice of
Dentistry, to 311 Lincoln Rd..
W. 9th Avenue, returned to her Miami Beach, in the Albion Bldg.
home today from the north where Dr. Margolis was forced to rc-
she spent two months with her, move his offices from his previ-
i ous address due to the govern-
ment taking over the building for
war purposes.
children and relatives.

Corporal Bernie A. Frank vis-
ited his father. Mr. M. B. Fr.ink
in the mountains of North Caro-
lina for several days before be-
ginning training at the Officers
Candidate School at Fort Ogle-
thorpe, Georgia. Mr. Frank re-
turned to Miami this week.
The first unit of Jewish sailors
in the British Royal Navy has
earned general appreciation for
itself. B. C. Moerowitz. head of
the Maritime Department of the
Jewish Agency has just revealed.
NEGRO STUDENT WINS B'NAI B'RITH HJLLEL INTERFAITH
SCHOLARSHIP AT OHIO STATE
L. to R.: Louis Douglas Mitchell, Negro student and sophomore in
the Arts College of Ohio State University, and Jane Frances Scott,
Episcopalian and sophomore in the Commerce College, receiving the
second annual Arnold Schiff Memorial Scholarships, established
by the Ohio State B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation, from Dr. Howard
L. Bevis, president of the University, as the students who have done
the most during the year to develop and strengthen inter-faith ideals
and contacts on the campus.
The first religious ceremony
at the newly organized Beth Sho-
lom Center, Miami Beach, was
the wedding of Morris Zucker-
man and Miriam Kimmel and
took place Wednesday evening in
the chapel of the Center, with
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating.
The groom was attended by his
mother, Mrs. Anne Zuckerman,
and the bride by her uncle and
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Ros-
enstein. Mr. Rosenstein is pres-
ident of Beth Sholom Center.
The bride and groom entered to
the strains of the Lohengrin wed-
ding march, and appropriate wed-
ding music furnished the back-
ground for the impressive cere-
mony. A buffet supper was
served in the Lincoln room of the
Center after the ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs. Zuckerman will make
their home at Miami Beach.
In 1937 the Yishuv in Tel Aviv
needed 32.000 more rooms at the
rate of two rooms per person;
and since the shortage has be-
come more acute in view of the
growth of the Jewish population.
The United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over His
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
311 Lincoln Road
Albion Bldg.. Suite 309
MIAMI BEACH
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
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Kuibyshev (WNS) American
Jews were reproached this week
for their failure to respond to
Soviet Anti-Fascist Commit-
plea for funds to purchase
bombers and 1,000 tanks for
embattled Red Army as a
Jewish gift." The U. S. Jews
were taken to task by E. Wat-
tenburg. spokesman of the Jewish
Anti-Fascist Committee, who
pointed out the gifts of other
Jewish communities compared
to the lack of American Jewish
giving.
Mr. Wattenburg announced the
Jews of Palestine had transmit-
ted 540,000 to Ivan Maisky, Sovi-
I et ambassador to London, for the
special fund. The Jews of Cuba
have contributed $10,000. Other
sums have come from the Jewish
communities of England, Mexico
and Australia.
In announcing these gifts, Mr.
Wattenburg asked: "There are ten
times as many Jews in America
as England. One borough in New
York alone has more Jews than
all of Cuba. Why then is there
nothing heard about a united ac-
tion of American Jews to help
the Red Army in her heroic
struggle against the Hitlerite
hordes?"
The Jewish Committee spokes,
man said that the promise made
recently by 170 American Jewish
writers, artists and scientists that
"American Jews are prepared to
make the greatest sacrifices in
order to help the Soviet Union
and its allies to destroy the enemy
of mankind and of the Jewish
people" has not been fulfilled.
"For the last three years the
Jews in Europe have undergone
the severest trials in their his-
tory, while the Jews in America
have lived relatively secure both
physically and economically," he
stated. "American Jews former-
ly sent every year tens of mil-
lions of dollars to their relatives
and friends in Europe. These
remittances have lately been
stopped. Many relatives have
perished at the hands of the Hit-
ler bandits.."
Kuibyshev (WNS)Lejzer p
piernik, one of the most fAmm
Jewish hordes of the Red Army
who twice received the highest
award for bravery since the nT,
invasion of Russia 14 months ago
was killed in action while fiSt
ing single-handedly against 4M
Nazis, it was announced this
I week. Ul
The Soviet Press, which eulo-
gized the Jewish hero, reported
that Papiernik was one of 23
soldiers attacked by several hun-
dred Nazi troops. He brought
down a large number of Nazis
before falling himself.
"Outnumbered by the enemy
the detachment under Papiernik's
command nevertheless held their
ground," the Soviet press said
"Papiernik killed a substantial
number of Germans, but in the
end he remained one against 400.
The last of his comrades had fall-
en, but single-handed, he fought
on, exacting more toll of the
Germans until he himself had
fallen."
The military commissar of the
Red Army division to which Pa.
pernik was attached said of the
Jewish hero: "The memory- of
Papernik's heroic detachment
will live forever and will become
a legend in our history." Special
memorial meetings were held in
honor of the Jewish soldier.
Meanwhile, the Soviet press re-
ported this week that Chaim Dy-
skin, 18-year-old son of a Jewish
peasant, has been awarded the
title "Hero of the Soviet Union"
as well as the Lenin Order and
the Red Star Order, the two
highest Soviet decorations, for
his outstanding bravery at the
front.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. 1942
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MARCHING MEN
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
PAGE THREE
(Thin weekly feature Is prepared
hv tin.- public relations committee of
fhe C.rrater Miami Army and Navy
Committee of the National Jewish
Welf'irr Hoard. The committee ln-
"u,.\,', William I. Boxerman, chair-
man llenjamln Bronston, Fred K.
Rochet and Paul Weltzman.
(Contributions to this column are
welcomed, particularly In the form of
letti'f received here from Greater
Miami boys now In the service.)
Bnai Brith Serves
Sholem Lodge of Bnai Brith
and its Ladies Auxiliary are
sponsoring the dance and an ev-
ening of entertainment for the
servicemen this Saturday night
in the Servicemen's Center at
1711 Alton Road ... In addition
to the program ordinarily given,
the Bnai Brith units will have the
pick of night club entertainment
for the boys.
The special joint committee
responsible for the Saturday
night affair consists of Louis
Heiman, E. Albert Pallot and Mrs.
Jennie Rotfort.
Promotion
From corporal to sergeant in
two weeks That's the record
of Melvin Schaffer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. 1637
S. W. Sixth street Schaffer
enlisted on December 10. 1941.
and was sent to Shepherd Field.
Wichita. Texas Later he was
graduated from the armorer's
school at Lowrey field and the
air gunnery school at Panama
City, Florida ... He is now sta-
tioned as an air gunner with the
sixth bombardment squadron, at
Gowen Field. Boise, Idaho.
Enlistments
Commissioned within the past
few days were E. Max Goldstein
as a first lieutenant, and Albert
S. Dubbin as a captain in the
air corps "Goldy" will be
assigned to the troop carrier at
Bowman Field, Kentucky .
Dubbin will train on the Beach
before assuming a permanent
post at Louisville, Ky.
Arnold Raxin, 18, a recent re-
cruit to the marine corps is train-
ing at Parris Island. S. C. .
Sol, brother of Lou Rotfort, 2951
BTH DOVID
Congregation
"Miami's Pioneer
Congregation"
Proudly Announces
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Friday Evening,
Sept 11
Saturday. Sept. 12
Sunday. Sept. 13
JUNIOR SERVICES
at
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Sunday and every day
and evening thereafter
At Office of Synagogue
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PHONE 2-1473
S. W. First Avenue, enlisted in
Jl% K. i Norn D. Rich-
ard (Mel s brother) 1674 Alton
Koad, answered the call of the
navy, as did also Samuel W.
?1- w- Abo Gordon, and Jacob
M. Meyerson.
Third Hitch
It's the third hitch for Louis
Auerbach, active member of the
Miami Beach American Legion
and Jewish War Veterans
Auerbach, owner of a paint store
at 1610 Alton road, has signed up
with the navy this time.
In 1916 he enlisted in the U. S.
army and saw action when Gen-
eral Pcrshing was chasing Pan-
cho Villa, the bandit, up and
down the Mexican border .
During the World War he served
with the American artillery
forces in France, and upon its
expiration enlisted for another
stretch Now he hopes to get
a second crack at the Germans
and the Japs, too.
Real Spirit
Not so long ago Nathan Abra-
hams, a Jewish lad with a real
love for his country, enlisted in
the United States Navy ... He
formerly operated a restaurant
on the Beach and was given a
steward's rating However,
since he was not assigned to duty
immediately he found time hang-
ing heavily on his hands ... So
he has gone out among his Jew-
ish friends and interested sev-
eral of them in joining the navy,
too. As Abrahams put it to us,
"The navy offers adventure plus
a chance at those sadists who
started this war."
Correspondence
A boy in the Air Forces Offi-
cer Candidate School writes: "I
received a letter from home to-
day mentioning a note sent by
you to my folks Their ap-
preciation of the same was
boundless ... In the past my
family was quite active in Jew-
ish charities, never asking or ex-
pecting; yet that simple gesture
on the part of the Jewish Wel-
fare Board here has repaid them
hundred fold One particular
evening, a short while ago, I in-
vited a non-Jewish boy to attend
the dance at the Y ... He did,
and in short time was told of a
like card sent to his folks .
His surprise was genuine and I
can assure you that you have
made another friend and friends
are things we can readily use."
A mother in New York says:
"I received your letter and was
glad to hear that you take such
care and time with our boys in
the service ... I really want to
thank you for the help you are
giving my son ... I am also very
happy to know that we have
such good hearted people who
take the trouble and interest in
our children's welfare My
good friend, it's very hard to put
it in words that ever since my
son was a small boy he was never
away from home And I am
sure you know now that he is
gone how a mother's heart feels
. But I am not worried or
afraid of anything, knowing he
is in good care."
Another mother in New York
replies: "We were very happy to
receive your letter and to learn
that our boy is availing himself
of all your organization has to
offer, and can assure you we
greatly appreciate everythink you
are doing for our boy and also
for the many other boys of our
faith ... It makes our burden i
here at home a little easier to'
feel that our son is being looked
after in a sort of personal way."
Investing in War Bonds today,
means the purchasing of freedom
for tomorrow.
TO ITS DIRECTORS
FOR NEW ACTIVITY
Enlarging its directorate this
I year, the Greater Miami Jewish
! Federation is planning an en-
I larged and expanded program in
| which it is anticipated that the
new directors will take an active
part. Composed in part of or-
1 ganizational representatives, the
body with Federation officers
will meet Sept. 9 convening for
the first time this year.
Included in the directorate are:
Leonard L. Abess. Leo Acker-
man. Ruby R. Adler. Morris Al-
pert, Jack August, J. William
Baros, Mrs. A. R. Berow, Sam
; Blank. Daniel M. Broad, Bcnja-
| min E. Bronston, Mrs. B. E.
Bronston. Mrs. Walter Bronston,
j Mrs. Ida Buckstein, Leo Chaikin,
| George Chertkof, Mrs. William
; Clein. Dr. Frank Coret, Mrs. Max
Dobrin, Max Feit, Irving Frankel,
M. H. Frankel, David Freedman,
Samuel N. Friedland. Arthur S.
Friedman, Maurice G. Furman,
Benjamin B. Gaines, George
Goldberg, Nat H. Hankoff, Mrs.
[ Tillie Hantman, Benjamin A.
j Hartley, Louis Heiman, Isaac
j Joffe, Benjamin N. Kane.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, M. J.
Kopelowitz, Waited C. Kovner,
Mrs. Moses Krieger, Sam Lach-
man, Isaac Levin. Mrs. Benjamin
Levine, William Lewin, J. Gerald
Lewis, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis,
! Marcie Liberman. Joseph M. Lip-
|ton. Mrs. Benj. H. London, Sam
I Luby, Harry Markowitz, Mark
Max, Benjamin Meyers, Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers, Sam B. Miller,
Mrs. Sam B. Miller, Stanley C.
Myers, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Max Oro-
vitz, E. Albert Pallot, Sidney H.
Palmer. A. Pepper. Mrs. Harry
Platoff. Albert Quadow. Mrs. Ma-
tilda H. Ratner. Max Rifas.
Harry Rose. Joseph M. Rose.
Dr. Samuel Rosenthal, Mrs. Sam-
uel H. Rost, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort.
Burnett Roth, Morton Russack.
Mrs. Cora Sadowsky, Samuel T.
Sapiro. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz,
Mrs. Harry Seitlin, Montefiore
i Selig, Mrs. Montefiroe Selig, I. S.
Shapoff, Jacob Sher, Fred K.
Shochet, Ben Silver, Harry Si-
monhoff, Harry Sirkin, Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin, Harold B. Spaet, Ar-
thur J. Sporberg, Joseph R.
Stein, William Taradash. John C.
Temple, Charles S. Tobin.
Harold Turk, Arthur A. Ungar,
Alex Van Stratten, Harry Was-
serman, Mrs. .Barney Weinkle.
Carl Weinkle, Dr. Philip Wein-
stein, Joseph Weintraub, Mrs.
Sydney Weintraub, Herman Wep-
man, Sidney A. Wicn, Mitchell
Wolfson, George Wolpert, Louis
Zeientz, Harry Zukernick.
CONG. RODOLPH SHOLEM
SELECTS RABBI EISENBERG
Rabbi Benjamin G. Eisenberg,
was recently elected to the pul-
pit of Congregation Rodolph
Sholom, Tampa. He succeeds the
late Rabbi Adolph Burger.
Rabbi Eisenberg, prior to ac-
cepting the Ti'-Tipa pulpit, serv-
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2303 Morgan St., Tampa.
Sholem Lodge dominates the
scene again. This coming Satur-
day night at the new army and
navy center in Carl's Restaurant
on the Beach, the Lodge will
sponsor a shindig for the boys
in the armed services. Not only
will the Lodge contribute fi-
nancially by providing the re-
freshments but it will also se-
cure outstanding entertainment.
Thus far the Clover Club, the
Club Bali, and the 5 O'clock Club
have generously promised to send
entertainers. Offhand, I can only
remember the following mem-
bers of the Lodge and Auxiliary
who are on the committee for
this affair: (The ladies, as per
usual, will do their chore with
the refreshments), Lou and Mar-
celle Heiman, Milton and Sylvia
Friedman, Al Pallot, Jennie Rot-
fort, Nola Eisenstein, and Doris
Kovner. I know there are others
on the committee and I will list
them next week after seeing them
at the affair.
Continuing further their war
effort, the Lodge will take charge
next week of a farewell party
at some point of departure of in-
ductees. That is, a committee
from the Lodge and Aux. will
go to the bus station or train
and bid their farewell to the
boys and give them packages of!
cigarettes or other useful gifts. |
It is our solemn duty to give our
boys who are going away to
fight for us a nice sendoff and
show them that our hearts are
with them.
While discussing the war ef-
fort, don't forget that our scrap
metal drive is still progressing.
It was gratifying to your corres-
pondent to hear Chairman Lou
Heiman say that as a result of
this column's repeated public-
izing of the drive that several
people who read last week's col-
umn called him up and offered
scrap metal. You may have your
scrap metal picked up if you will
call 3-6391 or 3-0751, or you may
deliver the metal yourself to one
of our depositories at Sam's
Service Station in Coral Gables
or Sobel's Service Station on the
Trail at 19th Ave.
At our next meeting we will
be honored by having District
Grand Lodge officials present. In
tribute to them it would be nice
to bring in a large class of mem-
bers and hold an initiation. The
last initiation was inspiring and
its repetition will bring reflected
glory on the Lodge when our
visiting brethren spread the
word at home. Let us all there-
fore pledge ourselves to bring in
at least one new member apiece
by our next meeting. The meet,
ing will be on Tuesday, Sept. 8th,
so time is short. Start signing
them up right now.
It does not take a "Superman"
to be able to read our financial
report without seeing the books.
We need money and immediate-
ly. As you have personally seen
and read or heard about our
Lodge is one of the most active
in the entire Order. We are one
of the outstanding civic organiza-
tions in Dade County. In almost
every field of endeavor we are
doing our part. It takes money
and effort to make the wheels of
progress turn. We've been put-
ting in the effort. Let's make the
picture complete and put in the
money. Pay your dues now and
help us help you.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 28, 1942

TO KEEP AN
OPEN BIBLE
THE WARNING
President Roosevelt's warning to the Axis
powers this week that those Nazis responsible
for the atrocities committed against the civilian
populations of Europe would be punished, was
significant of the determination and sincerity
with which the United Nations are determined
to see that the Nazis do not escape their retri-
bution. The warning came in answer to ap-
peals from nine exiled governments who de-
clared that if Nazi atrocities continue certain
populations are in danger of extermination.
In his statement, the President emphasized
that the retribution would be exacted in "courts
of law." It is a fitting tribute to the strong basis
of justice upon which our democracy is found-
ed that even the Nazis can look forward to a
fair trial at our hands.
Envoys of nine exiled governments which
had pleaded for White House intervention
along these lines received the statement with
deep gratification. An official of the Polish
embassy declared that "we are highly grati-
fied by the President's statement which will
result in tremendous relief throughout the oc-
cupied nations. It lends great force to the
declaration already made by the German-
held nations in London."
The hope that this warning may bring some
relief to the peoples of Europe.oppressed by
the Nazis is not too optimistic. Diplomatic cir-
cles pointed out that on December 4, Premier
Stalin assured Premier Sikorski that Russia
would avenge the atrocities committed by
the enemy. They also expressed the strong
belief that the statement would be followed
by a similar statement from the British Gov-
ernment
Of course, if these oppressed peoples are to
survive at all it is essential that the United
Nations win the war. That is the foremost so-
lution. But it is not too impossible to expect
that the warnings of these heads of nations,
supported by the combined strength of the
United Nations and offensive tactics may strike
fear into the heart of many a Nazi leader. We
can at this time only hope that it will and for
the rest devote ourselves to winning this war
as soon as possible.
THE TYRANT MUST BE DESTROYED
"Americans who love justice and hate op-
pression will hail the solemn commemoration
in Madison Square Garden as an expression
of the determination of the Jewish people to
make every sacrifice for victory over the
Axis powers. Citizens, regardless of religious
allegiance, will share in the sorrow of our Jew-
ish fellow-citizens over the savagery of the
Nazis against their helpless victims. The
Nazis will not succeed in exterminating their
victims any more than they will succeed in en-
slaving mankind. The American people not
only sympathize with all victims of Nazi
crimes but will hold the perpetrators of these
crimes to strict accountability in a day of reck-
oning which will surely come."President
Roosevelt.
". The Jews were Hitler's first victims and
ever since they have been in the forefront of
resistance to Nazi aggression. All over the
world Jewish communities have made their
contribution to the cause of the United Na-
tions and on behalf of His Majesty's Govern-
ment in the United Kingdom I welcome your
determination to help as gladly as I acknow-
ledge the eager support which the Jews of
Palestine above all are already giving "
Prime Minister Churchill.
"There must be no appeasement or com-
promise measures in this fight for freedom.
Either we destroy the Nazi, the Fascist, and the
THE SAGA OF A HOME
Just about a dozen years ago, three Jewish
youngsters, not yet Bar Mitzvah, used to
gather in a room of the Levin home in Brooklyn
and build miniature models of airplanes. The
home of the Levins was a humble one but in-
stinct with refinement and culture. There was
not much in the way of furniture, but there
was a piano and there were many books. The
parents of young Levin were hard working,
the father employed in the clothing trade and
the mother to augment the family income, never
very large, did some dressmaking. Young
Meyer Levin who was making these little air-
plane models, also worked at nights after
school and week-ends to help pay the rent.
The three boys grew up. In 1939 Meyer
Levin enlisted in the aviation forces and fol-
lowing Pearl Harbor, it was he, as bombardier
of Captain Colin Kelly's plane, which sank the
Japanese vessel, the Haruna.
Another of these three boys, a cousin of
Meyer, also enlisted in the aviation corps and
has already made the supreme sacrifice for
his country. The third member of this group
of youngsters is now employed in aviation
research.
Now comes word that Meyer Levin in the
Coral Sea engagement sank another Japanese
battleship.
Such is the saga of a humble home in one
of the densely settled sections of Brooklyn-
one of those sections at which some of our
snobs are wont to look down af with disdain
and urge that they be more Americanized!
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REUGIOUS BASIS OF FREEDOM
"As we rid our house of injustice and intol-
erance, we will strengthen our dwelling with
the strong foundation of good-will and fair
play. Thus may we be worthy of leadership
in a post-war world. The help of fine people
of all nations can be expected and indeed is
now being offered.
"But man alone cannot hope to build such
a civilized world for the human family. The
Bible stresses the alluring idea that God works
with and for men in the effort to construct the
kingdom of mankind. The belief that all peo-
ple are members of the human family be-
comes more convincing each year and man
has to remember that the cooperation of people
with faith in freedom and spiritual power can-
not be forever ignored and neglected."Rev.
John Walter Houck, pastor, in sermon at the
Pilgrim Congregational Church.
Japanese war lords, or they destroy us. Either
their way of life disappears or ours disap-
pears. There can be no compromise between
slavery and freedom. If we compromise, or if
we sacrifice the freedom of conscience and the
rights of man that are the very bone and sinew
of our structure in order that we may preserve
our lives or our property, then in the long run
we are likely to lose both our property and
our lives."Governor Herbert H. Lehman.
Men of good-will who are moved by hu-
manitarian considerations arise en masse to
protest against the crimes committed against
Jewish people by the worst tyrant the world
has ever produced. American labor joins
with all other liberty-loving people in voicing
our protest against it and we join with them
in a firm determination that the war against
Hitler and all he represents must be carried
torward until he is decisively defeated and he
is compelled to pay the penalty. Labor will
join with the others in demanding that the
United Nations shall firmly resolve and agree
at the peace convention that racial minorities
must be protected, their rights be guaranteed
and their right to live on equal terms with
others be established."-William Green, presi-
dent of the American Federation of Labor
THEY DON'T LIKE HITLER
The real reason why the Gestapo displays such ruthless-
ness in its treatment of Dutch dignitaries, executing them
wholesale is this: The Dutch people have refused to ac-
cept Germany's anti-Jewish laws, and have heroically
helped to save many Dutch Jews from deportation to Pol-
and And don't be surprised if the Danes get the same
treatment before too long Only recently we heard a Dan-
ish official quoted as having declared that if the Nazis
should insist on enforcing their Nuremberg laws in Denmark,
as they have threatened, the Nordic Danes will stand firm
at the side of their Jewish countrymen Kressman Taylor,
whose "Address Unknown" you will remember as having
made short story history a couple of years ago, has just pub-
lished a new novel which tells of the underground anti-
Hitler fight of German churchmen Mrs. Taylor explains
that the main episodes in her book are based on actual
events, fictionized for the protection of the protagonists.
JEWISH NEWS
Don't miss next week's newsreel feature about the Jew-
ish Army It's in the form of a debate between Pierre van
Paassen, national chairman of the Committee for a Jewish
Army of stateless and Palestinian Jews, and Stanley High,
one of the editors of Readers Digest High snaps at the
plan very aggressively but van Paassen, in a dispassionate
and convincing tone, appeals for justice for the most perse-
cuted of Hitler's foes Just a few days before the opening
of the New York State Democratic Convention, John J. Ben-
nett joined the Committee for a Jewish Army ... All of which
reminds us that before September will be over a Jewish Army
Committee action will hit all the front pages with a bang.
This fall's Zionist Convention may provide an unexpected
battle between the old guard and the present administration.
A new English-Jewish national weekly is in preparation.
Some very important names will appear on the masthead.
We shall keep you informed.
RELIGIOUS QUESTIONS
The criticism leveled against Franz Werfel for writing a
stirring Catholic novel, "The Song of Bernardette," is q"j
unjustified ... In his introduction to the book Werfel makes
his position as a Jew very clear We're inclined to dis-
agree with that Jewish Daily Forward scribe who bel'e.^'
that columnist Boake Carter is about to become a proselyt
to Judaism It's true that Carter, as we told you quite som
time ago, has become deeply interested in Biblical lore|",
learned Hebrew and has been studying with a Jewish **":
as his mentor ... But as far as we can see his point of vie
remains that of a Christian Did we, accidentally, e
mention that the question of Carter's origin has been raiseo
more than once? Some people insist that he was born
Jew.
AS SHE IS SPOKE d
If you feel your grammar could stand imPxovem^f^U
you can't be bothered getting it the hard way, try M Nurnberg's "What the Good Word?" It's said to&
most entertaining treatise ever written on the King s tng
Which reminds us that a famous murderer of our langu y
is expected to make his bow on Broadway this season
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 28, 1942
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With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELX}FF. Rabbi
711 L>enox Avenue, Phone 5-1328
MAI'RICE MAMCHBS. Cantor
621 I>ennox Ave., Phone 6-7138
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek I>rive-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN a. zwitman
5400 lAUorce Drive, Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Synagogue Services
Schachriss: 8 A. M. daily, 9 A.
M Saturday; Mincha: 7:30 P. M.
daily; Maariv: 8:10 P. Iff. daily,
820 P- M. Saturday; Shalosh
S'oodoss: 7:45 P. M. Saturday.
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on
the portion of the week.
Reserve Your Seats
Reservations for seats for the
coming High Holy Days have
been coming in very rapidly. We
urge all members, and all others
who wish to attend our syna-
gogue during the coming holi-
days to make their reservations
during the coming week. This
will make possible a better se-
lection of seats, and a guarantee
of obtaining seats in the new
synagogue building.
Seats are also being offered for
sale for services to be held in our
Community Building. Tickets
will be given gratis to all those
unable to pay for them. Our con-
gregation has reserved over 300
scats for the exclusive use of
Jewish servicemen in our area.
We know that our members, and
the community at large, will be
glad to hear of the provisions
we are making to accommodate
the Orthodox men all Jewish
men in the service.
Religious School
The official summer session of
our Religious School was com-,
pletcd this week. Members of;
our Board of Education |avei
been very pleased with the cur-
riculum and the results of this
semester.
Preparation for a study of the
High Holy Days and the High!
Holy Day Services will be made
in all classes, in order to acquaint
all children with the solemnity
and the nature of observance of
these important days.
We urge all parents to register
their children now, so that they
will be able to take part in the
holiday observances with intelli-
gence and knowledge. Children
may be registered mornings be-
tween the hours of 9 and noon,
and evenings between the hours
of 5 and 9.
Welcome Home
Mr. M. B. Frank, our presi-
dent, has returned from a two
week vacation in the Carolinas.
Jack Feit has returned home
from the Jackson Memorial hos-
pital, and expects his mother to
return too, with the help of God,
this Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lurie, Mr.
Reisman, and the many other
members who have returned
from their summer vacations are
welcomed back to our commun-
ity. We hope they will all rally
to the activities of our congrega-
tion and community.
Servicemen's Club
Our Community Building is
filled to overflowing every even-
ing with servicemen making use
of our various facilities, and en-
joying the entertainments and
refreshments. We thank all the
men and women who are doing
their share in making this ac-
tivity of our congregation and
sisterhood so successful.
We thank Rabbi Zwitman for
leading the servicemen's service
at our synagogue last Sunday
morning, in the absence of our
Rabbi Mescheloff, who led ser-
vices at Flamingo Park and the
Roney Plaza Hotel. This Sunday
Rabbi Mescheloff will conduct
the servicemen's service at our
synagogue at 9 A. M. His sermon
topic will be "Marching Along."
All Jews in occupied Holland
were ordered to turn over their
life insurance and annuity poli-
?'es to a bank in Amsterdam by
|ho Nazi occupation authorities,
the Nazi Dutch press reported.
Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Tem-
ple evry moraine You may consult
with him on matter* concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problemi. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and,
needless to say, each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
Services at Temple Israel, 137
N. E. 19th St., will be conducted
by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman,
this Friday evening, at 8:15 p. m.
Services include readings from
the wisdom literature of the post-
biblical era.
Arrangements for High Holy
Day Services
Arrangements for membership
and for the High Holy Days may
be made by contacting the Tem-
ple office. The office is open
daily from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Our congregation will cooper-
ate with the local Army and Navy
Committee by inviting 200 ser-
vice men to be our guests for
the High Holy Days at the wor-
ship services in the Temple au-
ditorium and in Kaplan Hall.
Members of the congregation
who will not attend Temple ser-
vices, due to their absence from
town, may cooperate with the
Committee, by reporting their in-
tentions, so that their seats may
be assigned to an additional
number of service men. Chair-
man of the High Holy Day Ar-
rangements Committee is Mr.
Leonard Epstein.
Service Men's Honor Plaque
Gracing the Temple lobby is a
newly erected Plaque, honoring
men of the congregation who are
serving various branches of the
armed forces of our country. The
list is still incomplete, and mem-
bers of the congregation are
asked to send in the names of
service men in their families, so
that they may be listed for honor
on the Temple Plaque. The
Plaque project is under the spon-
sorship of the Temple Israel
Men's Club, and all additional
names should be sent to Mr. Har-
old B. Spaet, president of the
Men's Club, or to Mrs. Louis
Zeientz, Temple secretary, at the
Temple office.
In Memoriam
"May the father of peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday,
the memory of the following will
be hallowed:
Recently departed: Bertha
Wolfe, mother of Mr. Louis
Wolfe.
Yahrzeits. Caroline Wolf, moth-
er of Mrs. Clara Hyman; Isaac
Eskin, father of Mrs. Jack Bern-
stein; Mathilda Kolberg, sister of
Mr. A. Wertheimer; Henry J.
Williams, father of Mr. Henry D.
Williams; Rosalie Utitz, mother
of Mrs. Dave Eichengreen.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone. 2-217*
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
Phone 5-9063
Mrs. Louis Margulles, Reportlnj
Permanent Succah Completed
It is with real pride that our
president, Mr. Sidney H. Palm-
er, announces the completion of
the first permanent Succah in
the Greater Miami area. Under
the personal supervision of Mr.
Samuel Dickson, chairman of the
maintenance committee the suc-
cah has just been completed.
To celebrate this outstanding
event in the life of our Congre-
gation a dance was held last
Tuesday evening in the Beth
(CONTINUED fN PAGE 8)
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
761 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-9793
S. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
1450 S. W. 17th Terrace. Miami
Phone 2-2579
Sabbath services will be held
at the Center at 9 a. m. tomor-
row.
At the meeting held on Tues-
day evening, with Mr. Alfred B.
Rosenstein, president, wielding
the gavel, the main order of busi-
ness was a further reading of the
By-Laws by Mr. Roland W.
Granat, to permit detailed dis-
cussion of the separate clauses by
the membership, and to receive
suggestions for changes by the
committee which he heads.
Dr. Max Ellis, Mr. Samuel Ger-
inger, and Mr. J. Slaff were added
to the Religious committee. Mr.
and Mrs. David Newman were
appointed to the Reception com-
mittee headed by Mr. Irving Ap-
plebaum. Mrs. H. Kohn was ap-
pointed corresponding secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schiff
donated a silved Kiddush cup,
which had been a family heir-
loom for generations, to become
a part of the ceremonial property
of Beth Sholom Center. Presi-
dent Rosenstein made the ac-
ceptance speech for the Center
and thanked Mr. and Mrs. Schiff
for this spontaneous act on their
part.
First vice-president Dr. Max El-
lis, as spokesman for the members
and for the Ladies Auxiliary of
Beth Sholom Center who had
prepared refreshments for the
evening, made a brief but touch-
ing address wishing Mr. Alfred
B. Rosenstein "bon voyage" on
his trip to the North to select a
Sefer Torah for the Center and
to seek medical aid for himself.
Voicing the thoughts of all pres-
ent. Dr. Ellis prayed for Mr.
Rosenstein's speedy recovery and
early return to resume his active
duties as president.
During the recess for refresh-
ments, Mr. Rosenstein thanked
the Ladies Auxiliary and the
members for their farewell party
and expressed his confidence in
the "two lieutenants," Dr. Ellis
and Mr. Applebaum, first and
second vice vice-presidents, re-
spectively, who will "carry on"
while he is out of the city.
Reporting for the Religious
committee both Dr. Ellis and
Mr. Harry Kohn advised that the
seating arrangements had been
completed and that reservations
were coming in for the High Holy
Day services from members and
non-members. Mr. Kohn urged
members to make their reserva-
tions early as no favoritism was
being shown by the committee,
non-members being given choice
of seats if they precede members
in making reservations. They
also reported that Mr. Julius Ros-
enstein will chant the Mussof
service, and Mr. Lewis Green
will lead the congregation in the
chanting of the Schacharis ser-
vice.
Selichoth services will begin
promptly at 1 a. m. on Sunday,
September 6th. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei will preach on "The
Prologue."
Beth Sholom Center extends
its "Mazel Tov" to Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Zuckerman who were
married at the Center on Wednes-
day evening. Mrs. Zuckerman is
the former Miriam Kimmel. This
was the first wedding at Beth
Sholom Center. Rabbi Machtei
officiated. A reception in the
Lincoln Room of the Center fol-
lowed the ceremony.
The seating committee is in at-
tendance at the Center daily
from 3 to 5 p. m. and from 7 to
9 p. m., and all day Sunday.
With a limited seating capacity,
it is suggested that early reser-
vations be made.
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL, BENSION. Rabbi
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Schedule of Services
Daily services at 8 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.; Kabbalos Shabbos
Friday at 7:30 p. m., Saturday at
9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Sunday
at 8:30 a. m. and Military at
9 a. m.
Sermon Topics
The subject of Dr. Samuel
Bension's sermon on Saturday,
Aug. 29th, at 10 a. m. is "Be-
ginning and End." At the Oneg
Shabbat at 6:30 p. m. he will
speak on "The Beauty of Sun-
sets." At the military services on
Sunday, August 30th, at 9 a. m.,
Dr. Bension's subject will be
] "Curses."
The Synagogue Beautiful
The artists have now complet-
ed the beautiful decorative work
at the Jewish Center. Veritably
it is the fulfillment of the verse
in the Biblical triumphal song,
"This is my God, and I shall glo-
rify Him." The Center extends
a cordial invitation to everyone
to visit the synagogue and view
the splendid artistic adornments.
Seat Sale
The committee on seats urges
all those intending to worship
with us on the High Holy Days
to secure seats at once. The of-
fice is open daily from 9 a. m. to
5 p. m. and the committee is in
the synagogue from 7:30 p. m.
to 10 p. m.
Due to the large number of
seats reserved for the men in uni-
form, but very few remain avail-
able for the civilians and we urge
our friends to help us in making
adequate preparations by secur-
ing the seats they require imme-
diately.
Thanks
The Center expresses its heart-
felt thanks to Mrs. Marie Bala-
ban. who, in- addition to a com-
plete set of coverings for the To-
rah reading desk, pulpit, and
Holy Ark, to be used on Satur-
days and week days has now do-
nated a beautiful set of white
silk coverings, gold embroidered,
for use on the High Holy Days.
Mrs. Balaban has proved herself
on numerous occasions a true
benefactress of our institution and
we wish her many more years of
life and fruitful efforts.
Congratulations
We extend our heartiest con-
gratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Richardson, on the oc-
casion of their twentieth wedding
anniversary. Mrs. Richardson, of-
fectionately known to her num-
erous friends as Nancy, is the
hard working secretary of our
Sisterhood, and Al a lifelong
friends of the Rabbi, is a most
loyal and devoted Center enthu-
siast. Our best wishes go to
them for many more years of
wedded bliss, and may we long
enjoy their continued interest
and support.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
ABRAHAM A. KKI,I,NER. Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
690 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon__________8:30 a. m.
Mincha_______.............7:30 p. m.
Maariv 8:04 p. m.
Saturday.
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High Holy Day Services
The High Holy Day Services
will be celebrated in our new,
airy, and well ventilated Syna-
gogue building. All seat holders
of previous years are urged to
get in touch with the committee
who will be present at the Syn-
agogue every evening Monday
through Thursday, 7 to 9 P. M.,
and Sunday morning. 8 to 12 M.
It is advisable for our members
and friends to arrange about
their seats for the High Holy
Days as the choice seats are rap-
idly being taken. Men in the
armed forces will be admitted
free.
Hebrew School
Parents are urged upon the
return of the Fall season not to
neglect their children's Hebrew
education. Classes have been
conducted during the summer
and will continue till public
school opens, on the summer
schedule Mr. I. Gross, acting
principal of our School will glad-
ly accept all reservations for the
Talmud Torah every morning
except Shabbos in our Syna-
gogue. Please register your child-
ren early so that the classes may
be filled promptly.
Shabbos Services
Shabbos services will be held
at 9 A. M. in the morning and
Mincha and Maariv will be ob-
served with a Shales Suoodos in
the later afternoon.
Refua Shelama
The congregation wishes Mr.
B. Rifas. son of our worthy pres-
ident, Mr. Max Rafas, a Refuah
Shelma. Mr. Rifas is recovering
from a recent illness.
The congregation also takes
this means of wishing Mr. Mor-
ris Bear, our treasurer, a speedy
recovery and good health from
his recent illness.
Boruch Habo
We welcome back to our midst,
Mr. John C. Temple, our secre-
tary and ardent worker for our
Shul, who has just returned from
his vacation.
Membership
At a special meeting of the
membership last week, it was
passed that our membership
dues for the coming year, start-
ing from right after Rosh Hash-
onah, be reduced to $10.00. Pros-
pective members are urged to
join now and take advantage of
this reducation.
Ladies' Auxiliary
Mrs. George Chertkof is now
heading a committee that is ac-
tive in reorganizing the Ladies'
Auxiliary. Details and plans will
be announced shortly.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue
Ft Lauderdale, Florida
RABBI SAMUEL, HAI^EVI BARON
Telephone Mil
705 S. K. 9th Street
Sabbath services Friday at 8
p. m. A welcome is extended to
all service men stationed at Boca
Raton, Hollywood, Fort Lauder-
dale, etc.
Sisterhood benefit social, open
to men and women, Monday at
8 p. m.
Sewing for the Red Cross,
British War Relief Society, and
Bundles for America, Tuesday
from 12:30 to 5 p. m.
Applications for Temple mem-
bership and seating arrangements
for the high holy days are be-
ing taken now, including Holly-
wood and Broward county.
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OF INDIVIDUAL
CIRCUMSTANCES
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YOUR JEWISH
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28,
CONGREGATION
SHAARAY TEFILA
440 Espanola Way
Miami Beach
A. Z. A. CONVENTION WILL
FEATURE NOTED OFFICERS
Services at Congregation Shaa-
ray Tefila, are scheduled for Fri-
day a'- 7 p. m. and Saturday at
9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Rabbi Jo-
seph E. Rackovsky will speak
during the Saturday morning on
the subject, "The Waste of En-
ergy."
Saturday at 7 p. m. Shalosh
S"udos will take place and will
be followed by the evening ser-
vices.
During the week services are
conducted daily at 8 a. m. and
In line with Bnai Brith*s de-
fense activities. AZA's coming
Regional convention shall fea-
ture many of Miami's top-rank-
ing Military and Civilian De-
fense officials in the long await-
ed War Service Panel. Heading
this distinguished aggregation is
Congressman Pat Cannon, who
will address the forum on sub-
jects pertaining to the theme of
the convention. "Youth and De-
fense."
Among the many other inter-
esting and informative speakers
are Judge Emanuel Louis of Sa-
vannah. Ga.. president of the 5th
District of Bnai Brith and Allan
L. Davis. District Director of Dis-
trict 5 of Aleph Zadik Aleph.
D *f.. T?nVnJ CONG. SCHAAREI WILL HOLD
Recently bormed GENERAL membership meet
Synagogue Now
Nearly Finished
7:30 p. m.
The group studying the laws i both of whom lire to make :'id-
and customs concerning the dresses at the final banquet and
High Holy Days are being con-1 ball to be held at the Alcazar
ducted each evening at 7:45
Congregation Schaarei Zedek.
the newly formed orthodox syn-
agogue in the Southwest section,
and located at 1545 S. W. 3rd
St., is now in the final throes of
completion, the building commit'
tee announced this week. The re-
novation program, slightly ahead
of scheduled completion, set se\-
eral days prior to the High Holi-
days, has seen the edifice entire-
ly painted inside and out, and re-
ceive replacement of interior
shafting, brand new roof, replas-
tering and newly decorated win-
dows, new front doors, new and
completely tiled men's and ladies'
under the leadership of the
Rabbi.
Rabbi Rackovsky is in his study
daily and will be glad to discuss
matters concerning Jewish Or-
thodox problems. Call 5-5495.
The committe for the reserva-
tion of seats for the High Holy
Days will meet daily during this
week at the synagogue. All those
who heard our Rabbi last year
will still remember the beautiful
and impressive services. As there
are a limited number of seats,
all those who wish to reserve
seats are asked to do so imme-
diately.
Hotel. Monday, September 7.
The banquet shall bring to a
climax a weekend convention
which will include basketball,
debating, oratory, and all other
events which in the past have
made A. Z. A. conventions such
talked about and enjoyable af-
fairs.
It is interesting to note that
the convention to be held in Mi-
ami will be the first Winter
Tournament to be held anywhere
in the country for the current
year.
HADASSAH AIDS CHILDREN ||
FROM WARRING NATIONS
WAILING WALL REPAIR JOB
HAS NOW BEEN COMPLETED : New York (\VNS>Hadassah.
______ the women's Zionist Organization
Jerusalem (PalcorlRepairs to I ol America, announced this week
the Western Wall of the ancient | :,1aI despite the intensification of
Temple, long a source of bitter' fighting throughout southern Eu-
dispute between Jews and Mos- : roP1'- North Africa and Asia, it
lems, were completed recentlv. : had been able, within the last
The lower five levels of stone' tw months, to effectuate the
were cleaned of accumulated transfer of 84 Jewish refugee
moss and grass. The workmen children from a wide range ol
laid a 38-metre row of stones warring and neutral lands to Pal-
along the top of the wall, above estine.
the portion built by Sir Moses Sixty young people in the
Montefiore in the last century. group now settled in the Holy
At the northern end of the wall, | Land came from Turkey. Bulga-
the stones were laid at a depth ria and Syria. The remaining
of several layers. The new 24 who were brought from Bom-
stones were placed to guard bay. India. Teheran. Iran and
against the falling of loose stones Bengasi. Libya, have cabled their
on the worshipers. safe arrival in Egypt.
Cantor Moses Teitlebaum
ATTEND
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
AT THE
Beth Jacob Synagogue
301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD
In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Torah
and Community Building

RABBI MOSE MESCHELOFF
will preach in both buildings
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
will chant the services, assisted by
well-known Baalei Tefilla

Seats on Sale Daily 9 to Noon5 to 10 P. M.
Sunday. All Day to 10 P. M. Saturday. 8:30 to 10 P. M.
Come NOW and select the seats YOU want!
Seats will be given gratis to those unable to pay

Hundreds of service men are to be the invited guests of our
congregation: seats are reserved for them.
lavatories. refurbished vestry
rooms, landscaped grounds, in ad-
dition to an elaborate cut glass
;handelier of massive construc-
tion which together with other
larmonious fixtures provide the
lghting.
New opera' seats have been ob-
tained for the comfort of the wor-
shipers and will be installed with
the other improvements ail an-
ticipated to be ready for public
inspection by the middle oi next
week.
More than half of the seating
capacity of approximately 300
has already been disposed of.
Max Silver, chairman of the High
Holiday seating committee, stat-
.d. Tickets which went on sale
last week are available to the
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A general meeting of the mem-
bership of Congregation Schaarei
Zedek will be held next Tuesday
evening, at the synagogue, 1545
S. W. Third St. All members are
urged to attend.
FREE PALESTINE ENTRY IS
ASSURED BRITISH SOLDIERS
Jerusalem (Palcor) Members
of the British forces who origin-
ally enlisted as volunteers in Pal-
estine need not, after their dis-
charge from the service, comply
with the provisions of the immi-
gration ordinance requiring per-
sons wishing to enter Palestine
as immigrants to have valid pass-
ports and immigration certifi-
cates, according to announcement.
YESHIVA
EDUCATIONAL
CENTER
public and may be obtained every
evening excepting Friday from 7
I to 9 P. M. and on Sunday from
9 to 12 noon. Popular prices have
been set for the seats and are
available to men in the armed
forces and those who cannot af-
lord to pay, absolutely free for
the asking.
Cantor Moses Teitlebaum, for-
merly serving as cantor in New
York and Savannah and for the'
last three years the Orthodox j
synagogue in Tampa, has been'
engaged to chant the Services for
the High Holidays. Cantor Teitle-
baum has been well received in (
all of his appearances and his
Tenor voice renditions of thi '
Holiday liturgy has received much
commendation.
"The officers of the Congrega-'
tion have pointed out to the pub-
lic that the congregation is not I
just another 'Minyan,' but a duly
established permanent congrega-
tion, which this week has the
iurination of a Ladies Auxiliary,"
Mr. Max Pepper, temporary pres-
ident, stated.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Cong.
Schaarei Zedek met for the first
lime last Wednesday and elect- '
cd Mrs. Ida Bucksteln, long time
communal worker, as temporary |
chairman.
Auxiliary meeting will be held
in the vestry rooms of the con-(
gregation Tuesday evening. Sept.
1, at 7:30 P. M. at 1545 S W.
Third St. All members are urged
to be on hand promptly and to
invite and bring all interested '
prospective members. Permanent
officers will be elected after the
holidays.
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, 846 Michigan Avenue, will
conduct classes daily for child
ren from kindergarten to tali
mudic education.
Daily services are held at 8:30
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and on Sat-
urday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m
Shalosh Soodas at 7:30 p. m
Mishna and other adult educa-
tional classes are held daily at
6:30 p. m.
Special attention to bar miU-
vah preparations is offered at
the Yeshiva Educational Center.
Anyone interested in learning
the Talmud, young or old. will
be happily received in our daily
classes.
Tickets for seats for the High
Holy Days are now on sale and
those desiring to attend our ser-
vices are asked to please make
reservations immediately.
LEGAL NOfICES~
NOTICE! IS HKKF.HY CIVF.X that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HRIOF.ZK IN. I'ii Beacom Blvd.. Mi-
ami. Florida, intends to register the
said name In the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
MYRON MILLER
Sole owner
7/31 8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IRVIN'8, 219 F.ast Flagler St., Miami,
Florida. Intends to register ire1 salil
name In the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ALEX G< lliDSTEIN
s>le iwner
7/11 R'7-14-21-2*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Sam tjoldatein is engaged m busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
KING'S, located at 167H Alton Road,
Miami Beachi Florida, and intends to
register said fictitious name in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
SAM GOLDSTEIN
7-14-21-2* 9/4___________^________
NOTICK IS HF.KF.IiY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the. flctltloufl name of
I'lill. DAVIS (Not Inc.) at 131 E.
Flagler Street, .Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register the said name in
the office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County. F
DAVID M. KAPLAN
Sol.- owner
S/14-21-28 9/4-11_________
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IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT ANNOUNCEMENT
IS MADE THAT
Cong. Schaarei Zedek
(Gates of Justice)
locatexl at
1545 S. W. THIRD STREET
MIAMI
WILL BE OPEN FOR
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
WITH ITS HOUSE OF WORSHIP
COMPLETELY AND BEAUTIFULLY REPAINTED
AND REDECORATED
CANTOR MOSES TEITLEBAUM
WILL CHANT THE SERVICES
WORSHIP IN SPIRITUAL CONTENTMENT AND RESERVE
YOUR ACCOMMODATIONS NOW!
SEATING COMMITTEE ON PREMISES AT
1545 S. W. THIRD STREET
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 9 to NOON AND
EVERY WEEK DAY EVENING 7 to 10 P. M.
EXCEPTING FRIDAY


FRIDAY. AUGUST 28, 1942
THE Y. M.H.A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
y M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A.
Play Hosts to Draftees
On Tuesday morning at 7:15,
a committee of the Y. M. H. A.
and Y. Vfc H. A. were hosts to
over 150 boys from Local Draft
Boards Nos. 6 and 8, who left for
Camp Blanding to be inducted in
the Army.
For the past several months
the Defense Council has under-
taken to give send-off parties to
various groups of boys who are
leaving to be inducted. These
parties are being sponsored by
various civic and fraternal or-
ganizations. On Monday morn-
ing. Mr. Robert Fennel, Chair-
man of this committee, called
Maurice Grossman, Executive
Director, and asked him if the
V. M. H. A. could sponsor the
send-off party for Tuesday morn-
ing. Though it was only short
notice, Mr. Grossman readily said
yes and the response of the Y.
M. and Y. W. H. A. to act on this
committee was overwhelming.
Twenty cartons of cigarettes were
distributed and the ladies of the
Y. W. H. A. went into the buses
and distributed cigarettes to all
the boys. The boys left from the
Union Bus Terminal for Camp
Blanding.
The committee, besides Mr.
Grossman, consisted of the fol-
lowing: Messrs. Al Berkowitz,
Al Reisman, Al Pallot, Dr. Sam-
uel Beckman, Joseph J. Berman
and Sgt. Cal Pont; Mesdames
Pearl Reisman, Bea Stepkin, Sa-
dye Pont, Miss Silver, Ethel
Grossman; and the Misses Mil-
dred Berkowitz, Marcia Adelman,
Shirley Rothschild, Frances Gins-
berg and Miss Barnett.
This is just another service
that the Y. M. H. A. is rendering
to the community.
Beach Home Camp to Hold Clos-
ing Exercises Friday Afternoon
On Friday afternoon, August
28, at 2 o'clock, the Y. M. H. A.
Beach Home Camp will hold its
closing exercises at the Child-
ren's Corner, 1849 James Avenue.
The public is cordially invited.
An excellent program is being
planned by Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man, Supervisor of the camp. A
dramatic performance, recita-
tions, dancing and exhibition of
the craft work will be the fea-
tures of the affair.
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PAGE SEVEN
Y. M. H. A. Enters Gold Ball
Tournament
SO thIvUrMayuevAoning' Au*ust
S, Y. M. H. A. entered the
' ^u- Dlamndball Tourna-
ment. This is composed of thirty
odd teams in this area. The game
on Thursday night was between
the Allapattah Merchants and
the Y. M. H. A. While this is
being written, the boys are hop-
" toLbo among the winners
when the tournament shall have
been completed. A golden loving
cup will be awarded.
A. K. Softball League
By this time all of you are ac-
quainted with the excellent proj-
ect every Sunday morning at
the Riverside Playground that
is conducted by the Y. M. H. A.
A. K. Softball League. Every
week new innovations and more
fun takes place. Last Sunday the
Wieder's defeated the Lubel's by
a narrow score of 23 to 11. The
hero of the game was your scribe
who, out of five balls coming to
him, made seven errors. These
tournaments are open to mem-
bers and non-members alike.
Everyone is invited to participate
in these games.
Those who participated in the
game are as follows:
For the Wieder's: Jack Apte,
W. Rawlson, M. Goldman. S.
Wieder. Al Weiner, B. Miller. Al
Reisman, S. Levin, B. Lubel, P.
Silverman, A. Berwokitz, and
Doc Beckman.
For the Lubel's: M. Green. Ru-
bin Lubel, Murray Apte, Marvin
Apte, I. Schemer, S. Gladstone,
M. Schwartz, R. Gitland, G.
Rachlin, H. Schwartz, Marvin
Apte, F. Rose, A. Altshuler, M.
Friedman, M. Schemer.
Biography of Murray Apte
Continuing the biographies of
our various Board members, we
are glad to submit the life his-
tory of Murray Apte who was
born in New York City on Aug-
ust 16. 1899 and moved to Brook-
lyn when he was Bar Mitzvah.
He came to Miami in 1925. Mur-
ray was in the wholesale pro-
duce business and went back to
Brooklyn in 1927 and married
Miss Ada Gradman. He then
came back to Miami from his
honeymoon where he remained
ever since. He has two children,
Howard Gerald 13 and Helene
Theresa 9 years old. Murray is
associated with the Florida
Wholesale Grocery Company. He
has been active in the "Y" for
quite a number of years and this
year was elected to its Board.
At present he is working on the
Membership Retention Commit-
tee where he is doing a splendid
job.
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIROH
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
We refer to Hyman Kaplan, a
character well known to all read-
ers of the New Yorker Mr.
Kaplan's tribulations in the maze
of American Speech are being
whipped into play form, and
Hymie, himself will be portrayed
by Joseph Buloff, who apparent-
ly has deserted Second Avenue
for good.
SCREEN NEWS
We do hope the new Paul Muni
film will be ready soon ... In-
deed, it's too bad it couldn't
have been released last week,
when its title would have been
the ne plus ultra in timeliness
"Commandos Come at Dawn."
Hollywood is planning what it
called a United Nations film, in
which a number of top-notch
writers will collaborate, among
them Clifford Odets, Ben Hecht
and Lillian Heliman Don't
be too amazed if the role of
George Gershwin in the movie
about that late musical genius
will go to author Clifford Odets.
Just remember that Clifford
started his career in the theatre
on the other side of the foot-
lights Danny Kayo, whom
Hollywood will soon be featur-
ing as its top comedian, will not
be requested to remodel his nose,
as Milton Berle was Gold-
wyn says he prefers Danny to
keep his nose intactto annoy
Hitler.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Bernard M. Baruch, who just
celebrated his 72nd birthday, is
regaining his strength so rapidly
that he may accept a still bigger
defense jobwhich is waiting for
him Only the other day, in-
deed, it was revealed that Barney
could have had Donald M. Nel-
son's job if he had wanted it.
Sidney Buchman, president of
the Screen Writer's Guild, is re-
signing to become a producer at
Columbia Pictures Fond
mammas who are having the
customary trouble making their
young sons practice on the piano
now have a brand-new argu-
ment Meyer Levin, who not
only was Colin Kelly's bombar-
dier but also scored a hit on a
Japanese warship in the Battle
of the Coral Sea, is an accom-
plished pianist Adolph Zuk-
or III, grandson of the former
film mogul, is a lucky youth in-
deed ... He it was who had the
honor of taking Shirley Temple
out on her first date.
WEEKLY GIGGLE
Via Ed Sullivan we get the
story of the Czech who was be-
ing brought into a concentration
camp The Nazi storm troop-
ers who were checking over his
personal effects came across a di-
ary, and started to read it .
On the first page they found but
a single sentence: "May God
take good care of our Fuehrer,
Adolf Hitler" Goggle-eyed,
they turned the page, only to
read: "May God take good care
of Hermann Goering" And
so on through Goebbels, Himm-
ler, et al But just as the Nazis
were about to set the Czech free,
with apologies, they happened to
turn a page that held two sen-
tences: "May God take good
care of Reinhard Heydrich." the
page started And underneath
was added: "R. H. taken care of
June 4. 1942."
SOVIET OFFICIALS ADDRESS
PALESTINE JEWS THIS WEEK
SWISS PLAN TO DEPORT
REFUGEES DESPITE PROTESTS
Berne (WNS)Adding their
warnings to the protests which
have poured in at the decision of
the Swiss Federal Government
to deport all refugees who have-
entered the country illegally
since August 11, many liberal
Swiss newspapers declared that
this action would weaken the na-
tional will to resist aggression.
Seeking to escape deportation
from France and Belgium to Nazi-
occupied eastern Europe, many
refugees during the last two
weeks have sought asylum across
the Swiss border. The Baslor
Nachrichten declared that hund-
reds had made the long and dif-
ficult journey on foot and many
had been shot at by the Gestapo.
"We will share in the guilt for
the terrible fate of these people
who have fled to our country,"
the paper stated.
Jerusalem (WNS) The new
bond of friendship between Sov-
iet Russia and the Palestine Jew-
ish community was strengthened
this week when, for the first
time, since the Russian Revolu-
tion Soviet officials came to this
country to address a Jewish
meeting.
Petrenko, first secretary of the
Soviet Embassy in Ankara, ac-
companied by the press attache of
the Embassy, arrived here to at-
tend a special conference spon-
sored by the Palestine League to
Aid Russia. The meeting was op-
ened by Dr. Shlemo, Kaplanski.
Histadruth leader with more
than 400 delegates from all parts
of Palestine present.
During the trip from Haifa
the Soviet envoys visited a Jew-
ish colony operated along lines
similar to the collective settle-
ments in Russia. The visitors ap-
peared impressed with the- ac-
complishments of the Jewish col-
onists. Petrenko concluded a
brief message to the Jewish set-
tlers with the Hebrew words
"Shalom Chavorim."
A statment issued by the Pal-
estine League to Aid Russia said:
"The League is based on Zion-
ist conceptions aiming at a rep-
proachment between the Yishuv
and Russia and the rendering of
maximum assistance to the Rus-
sian heroic struggle against Fas-
cism."
EGYPTIAN JOURNALISTS ARE
FETED BY HEBREW WRITERS
Jerusalem (Palcor) Promin-
ent Egyptian journalists, both
Jewish and non-Jewish, now on
a visit to militarily important
Palestine, were given a recep-
tion on Wednesday by the He-
brew Journalists Association at
Jerusalem.
Among those who spoke at the
function were Senator Mahmid
Abdul Fath, owner of the airo
Al Masri; Jean Lugol, editor of
the Bourse Egyptienne; the Greek
press attache at Cairo, and rep-
resentatives of the Hebrew and
Palestine press.
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Auditorium, 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue. The following artists will
take part: Walter B. Grossman, noted cellist; Irving Laibson,
celebrated pianist; Salvator Rondaz, operatic concert tenor;
Belt Urbanofst, concert violinist, in addition to many others.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28.
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
The views expressed by Mr. Boxer-
man are his own and do not nec-
essarily represent the opinion of
The Jewish Florldlan.
Originality Plus
Talk about our Jewish contri-
bution to the defense effort! .
Take a look at Nat Roth and his
inventive genius His is the
inspiration for a sales caravan
which may save countless gallons
of gasoline for the war effort
. Under Nat's plan, 25 salesmen
of millinery, shoes, and wearing
apparel have agreed to use com-
pany transportation facilities to
travel in a group ... In each key
Florida city which they visit, a
joint sample room is arranged
and customers in that section of
the state are invited to come and
make their selections.
Nat's scheme has secured the
lively interest and approbation
of the Office of Price Adminis-
tration which sees in it the pos-
sibility for nation-wide plans of
a similar character ... If per-
chance the OPA decides to place
this plan in operation through-
out the country, we will be able
to record one more major Jew-
ish contribution to the "Beat the
Axis" campaign.
The Rumor Factory
The rumor factory still is
working on a 24-hour basis, fab-
ricating new stories Most of
these falsehoods originate in
Germany and are repeated with-
out any effort at analysis.
A Jewish boy in the armed
services located on the Beach is
rooming with a non-Jewish sol-
dier who doesn't like Jews gen-
erally ... To his roommate,
though, he always adds "Oh,
but you are different" He
talks frankly about his preju-
dice, damming the Jews for many
shortcomings Among them is
this charge which the Jewish boy
does not quite know how to an-
swer: While the American doc-
tors give up their practice and
enter the armed forces, alien and
refugee doctors dodge military
service and take away their
cases.
Actually, what are the facts?
... In many states today, alien
doctors are not permitted to prac-
tice their profession at all be-
cause of the alien-baiting reac-
tionary legislation which such
people as Senator Reynolds have
sponsored That is why refu-
gee doctors are compelled to stay
out of the armed service .
Fortunately, there is a growing
movement, advocating the use
of alien doctors in the army .
Most of them are eager to enter
the service The War Depart-
ment also has been urged to re-
lax its bars against them, spe-
cifically against German born
doctors.
Recently the national chairman
of the American Committee for
the Foreign Born sent a letter to
the Secretary of War, immedi-
ately following his announcement
of a campaign to obtain 20.000
additional doctors for the United
States Army The letter states,
"We feel that the bars against
German born doctors serving in
the United States Army should
be eliminated or at least modi-
fied, not only because it vio-
lates the democratic principle for
which this war is being fought,
but also because it deprives Am-
erica of the services and contri-
butions of a large number of
foreign born who are loyal to
this country Many of these
German born doctors are refu-
gees from Hitlerism and com-
pletely anti-Nazi in their outlook
because of what they have wit-
nessed in Nazi Germany."
To what does all this add up?
Namely this that there is a
keen desire on the part of alien
doctors to serve their new coun-
try They have stayed out of
the army because up to now the
regulations set forth by the War
Department have been too strin-
gent and have definitely been
aimed at eliminating them from
army medical service ... In view
of the constantly growing short-
age of qualified doctors, it is to
be hoped that the United States
Government will see fit to lower
their bars, to waive citizenship
and other requirements, thus en-
abling the properly-qualified
refugee doctors to re-enter their
chosen field.
Gut Shabbos!
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FIELD OF CULTURE
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with a great deal of interest. It
is hoped this year to resume this
course once more.
Much credit should be given
the Young Women's Hebrew As-
sociation who have started a
Book of the Month Club a few
years ago and have developed it
to such a point that their book
review meetings attract over two
hundred people. Every month a
book is reviewed by a popular
person with audience participa-
tion after the lecture.
With these programs as a back-
ground, it will readily be seen
mat the "Y" has done a splendid
job and that judging by experi-
ence, it will do even better in the
future.
It is the responsibility of all
character building institutions
such as the "Y" to aid the peo-
ple in this period of confusion
in order that they may reach a
clearer understanding of the war
and its problems. The "Y" in-
tends to include in its program
for the coming months discus-
sion groups, forums and courses
on propaganda, current events'
and post war problems so that
the participants in this program
may be well informed in the life
of our country.
We are trying to plan our pro-
grams according to the trends of
the times. Mr. Grossman informs
me that there will be lectures by
men in the military service who
are stationed in this area and
who are well qualified to per-
form such a task. There will also
be concerts by military men.
Thus it will be seen that the
programs are planned basically
around a "war" theme.
Mr. Louis Kraft. Executive Di-
rector of the National Jewish
Welfare Board, once stated. "As
an American institution, our fate
is bound up with all free Amer-
ican institutions and our first re-
sponsibility is. therefore, to be of
service to democracy." Since the
Y. M. H. A. represents a very
important part of Jewish life in
America, we have a real roll to
play in helping to prepare Amer-
ican Jewry to understand and
meet these responsibilities.
The "Y" cultural program is
your program. Like all "Y" proj-
ects, it is planned and presented
for the good of the community.
The "Y" receives no benefits
from its work except only inso- j
far as our entire community bene- |
fits. Your support has made our
work possible and it is of vital
importance that every Jew in'
Greater Miami support our com-
munity programs through work
and membership. Our member-
ship must be enlarged to enable
us to fulfill the needs of the
community. A plea to the Jew-.
ish citizen of Greater Miami is '
to join the "Y."
cd as usual under the leadership
of our own Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Special Junior services for our
boys and girls from 6 to 18 years
of age will be conducted in the
Talmud Torah by the Junior
Congregation of Beth David.
Due to the growth of our Jew-
ish population we expect a much
greater demand for seats than
heretofore. Therefore, to you as
members we offer the first choice
and opportunity to select your
seats before they go on public
sale Please phone or call in per-
son at the office of the Congre-
gation. 135 N. W. Third Ave. for
your tickets. A committee will be
in the Synagogue every evening
and this Sunday morning from
930 A. M. to 1 P. M. and from
6 to 8 P. M.
We will be hosts to about 200
soldiers. If you desire a soldier
or two to be your house guests
for meals during the holidays,
please advise us.
REMEMBER: TICKET SALES
BEGIN TODAY! COME OR
CALL FOR YOURS NOW! DO
NOT DELAY!
Washington (WNS)Represen-
tative Jennings Randolph of West
Virginia, chairman of the House
District Committee, this week in-
troduced a bill which would al-
low doctors to practice in the
District of Columbia without tak-
ing the usual examinations, for
the duration of the war.
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MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
Mrs. Jack Fein returned to the
city after a business trip to New
York.
Leon Rotman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Rotman, 708 S.
Rosemary, leaves Sept. 2, for
Phila., where he will attend the
Murrell Dobbins Vocational
School.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
Rabbi Emanuel Greenstein of
Beth El Cong, returned to the
city after a six weeks' vacation.
Mrs. Greenstein and children will
return next week.
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David auditorium. The highlight
of the evening was the presen-
tation of Mr. Dickson to the au-
dience. He was thanked by the
president, directors and mem-
bership for his splendid job and
for his untiring efforts on behalf
of the Congregation's welfare.
Under the leadership of Mr.
Dickson many innovations and
improvements have been com-
pleted this year.
Mr. Nat Zalka, chairman of
the dance, made a splendid show-
ing, the entertainment of the
evening being received most en-
thusiastically. Mr. Zalka was as-
sisted with the arrangements and
plans for the dance by Mrs. Isa-
dor Fine, Mrs. Chas. Abbott, Mrs.
Hyman Sootin. Mrs. Samuel Dick-
son and Mrs. George Goldberg.
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Days services successful as in
the past.
Remember, your assistance
during the High Holy Days de-
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dlt? ~f, our relieious institution
and Talmud Torah.
Impressive services in our
beautiful edifice will be conduct-
Mrs. Elsie Greenberg left for
Camp Mitchell where she will
join her daughter, Yette. who
preceded her several weeks ago.
They will return in about ten
days.
Mrs. Fanny Rider returned
from the Carolinas where she va-
cationed for a month.
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PAGE SIX +Jewist Horklkm FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, CONGREGATION SHAARAY TEFILA 440 Espanola Way Miami Beach A. Z. A. CONVENTION WILL FEATURE NOTED OFFICERS Services at Congregation Shaaray Tefila, are scheduled for Friday a'7 p. m. and Saturday at 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will speak during the Saturday morning on the subject, "The Waste of Energy." Saturday at 7 p. m. Shalosh S"udos will take place and will be followed by the evening services. During the week services are conducted daily at 8 a. m. and In line with Bnai Brith*s defense activities. AZA's coming Regional convention shall feature many of Miami's top-ranking Military and Civilian Defense officials in the long awaited War Service Panel. Heading this distinguished aggregation is Congressman Pat Cannon, who will address the forum on subjects pertaining to the theme of the convention. "Youth and Defense." Among the many other interesting and informative speakers are Judge Emanuel Louis of Savannah. Ga.. president of the 5th District of Bnai Brith and Allan L. Davis. District Director of District 5 of Aleph Zadik Aleph. D *f.. T?n V !" nJ CONG. SCHAAREI WILL HOLD Recently bormed GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEET Synagogue Now Nearly Finished 7:30 p. m. The group studying the laws i both of whom lire to make :'idand customs concerning the dresses at the final banquet and High Holy Days are being con-1 ball to be held at the Alcazar ducted each evening at 7:45 Congregation Schaarei Zedek. the newly formed orthodox synagogue in the Southwest section, and located at 1545 S. W. 3rd St., is now in the final throes of completion, the building commit' tee announced this week. The renovation program, slightly ahead of scheduled completion, set se\eral days prior to the High Holidays, has seen the edifice entirely painted inside and out, and receive replacement of interior shafting, brand new roof, replastering and newly decorated windows, new front doors, new and completely tiled men's and ladies' under the leadership of the Rabbi. Rabbi Rackovsky is in his study daily and will be glad to discuss matters concerning Jewish Orthodox problems. Call 5-5495. The committe for the reservation of seats for the High Holy Days will meet daily during this week at the synagogue. All those who heard our Rabbi last year will still remember the beautiful and impressive services. As there are a limited number of seats, all those who wish to reserve seats are asked to do so immediately. Hotel. Monday, September 7. The banquet shall bring to a climax a weekend convention which will include basketball, debating, oratory, and all other events which in the past have made A. Z. A. conventions such talked about and enjoyable affairs. It is interesting to note that the convention to be held in Miami will be the first Winter Tournament to be held anywhere in the country for the current year. HADASSAH AIDS CHILDREN || FROM WARRING NATIONS WAILING WALL REPAIR JOB HAS NOW BEEN COMPLETED : New York (\VNS>—Hadassah. the women's Zionist Organization Jerusalem (Palcorl—Repairs to I ol America, announced this week the Western Wall of the ancient | :,1aI despite the intensification of Temple, long a source of bitter' fighting throughout southern Eudispute between Jews and Mos: ro P 1 'North Africa and Asia, it lems, were completed recentlv. : had been able, within the last The lower five levels of stone tw months, to effectuate the were cleaned of accumulated transfer of 84 Jewish refugee moss and grass. The workmen children from a wide range ol laid a 38-metre row of stones warring and neutral lands to Palalong the top of the wall, above estine. the portion built by Sir Moses Sixty young people in the Montefiore in the last century. group now settled in the Holy At the northern end of the wall, | Land came from Turkey. Bulgathe stones were laid at a depth ria and Syria. The remaining of several layers. The new 24 who were brought from Bomstones were placed to guard bay. India. Teheran. Iran and against the falling of loose stones Bengasi. Libya, have cabled their on the worshipers. safe arrival in Egypt. Cantor Moses Teitlebaum ATTEND HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES AT THE Beth Jacob Synagogue 301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Torah and Community Building • RABBI MOSE MESCHELOFF will preach in both buildings CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES will chant the services, assisted by well-known Baalei Tefilla • Seats on Sale Daily 9 to Noon—5 to 10 P. M. Sunday. All Day to 10 P. M. Saturday. 8:30 to 10 P. M. Come NOW and select the seats YOU want! Seats will be given gratis to those unable to pay • Hundreds of service men are to be the invited guests of our congregation: seats are reserved for them. lavatories. refurbished vestry rooms, landscaped grounds, in addition to an elaborate cut glass ;handelier of massive construction which together with other larmonious fixtures provide the lghting. New opera' seats have been obtained for the comfort of the worshipers and will be installed with the other improvements ail anticipated to be ready for public inspection by the middle oi next week. More than half of the seating capacity of approximately 300 has already been disposed of. Max Silver, chairman of the High Holiday seating committee, stat.d. Tickets which went on sale last week are available to the PALME Funeral i Impel 2001 W. FLAG IE R ST. A ^'. u v, A c N E CE 9-2664 REUt? 6+t 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 for QRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAOE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There It No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK ^ Headaches [Simple Neurak or Muscular Pains I F you never have had any of these pains, be thankful. They can take a lot of the joy out of life. If you have ever suffered, as most of us have, from a headache, the next time try DR. MILES ANTI-PAIN PILLS. You will find them pleasant to take and unusually prompt and effective in action. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills are also recommended for Neuralgia, Muscular Pains, Functional Menstrual Pains and pain following tooth extraction. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain PiUi do not upset the stomach or leave you with a dopey, drugged feeling. At Tour Drug StoreUS Tablets $1.M 25 Tablets 2S Ke4 fall 41. ractWns la MM. A general meeting of the membership of Congregation Schaarei Zedek will be held next Tuesday evening, at the synagogue, 1545 S. W. Third St. All members are urged to attend. FREE PALESTINE ENTRY IS ASSURED BRITISH SOLDIERS Jerusalem (Palcor) — Members of the British forces who originally enlisted as volunteers in Palestine need not, after their discharge from the service, comply with the provisions of the immigration ordinance requiring persons wishing to enter Palestine as immigrants to have valid passports and immigration certificates, according to announcement. YESHIVA EDUCATIONAL CENTER public and may be obtained every evening excepting Friday from 7 I to 9 P. M. and on Sunday from 9 to 12 noon. Popular prices have been set for the seats and are available to men in the armed forces and those who cannot aflord to pay, absolutely free for the asking. Cantor Moses Teitlebaum, formerly serving as cantor in New York and Savannah and for the' last three years the Orthodox j synagogue in Tampa, has been' engaged to chant the Services for the High Holidays. Cantor Teitlebaum has been well received in ( all of his appearances and his Tenor voice renditions of thi Holiday liturgy has received much commendation. "The officers of the Congrega-' tion have pointed out to the public that the congregation is not I just another 'Minyan,' but a duly established permanent congregation, which this week has the iurination of a Ladies Auxiliary," Mr. Max Pepper, temporary president, stated. The Ladies Auxiliary of Cong. Schaarei Zedek met for the first lime last Wednesday and elect' %  cd Mrs. Ida Bucksteln, long time communal worker, as temporary | chairman. Auxiliary meeting will be held in the vestry rooms of the con( gregation Tuesday evening. Sept. 1, at 7:30 P. M. at 1545 S W. Third St. All members are urged to be on hand promptly and to invite and bring all interested prospective members. Permanent officers will be elected after the holidays. The Yeshiva Educational Center, 846 Michigan Avenue, will conduct classes daily for child ren from kindergarten to tali mudic education. Daily services are held at 8:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and on Saturday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m Shalosh Soodas at 7:30 p. m Mishna and other adult educational classes are held daily at 6:30 p. m. Special attention to bar miUvah preparations is offered at the Yeshiva Educational Center. Anyone interested in learning the Talmud, young or old. will be happily received in our daily classes. Tickets for seats for the High Holy Days are now on sale and those desiring to attend our services are asked to please make reservations immediately. LEGAL NO f I C E S~ NOTICE! IS HKKF.HY CIVF.X that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HRIOF.ZK IN. I'II Beacom Blvd.. Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name In the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MYRON MILLER Sole owner 7/31 8/7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IRVIN'8, 219 F.ast Flagler St., Miami, Florida. Intends to register ire 1 salil name In the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALEX G< lliDSTEIN s>le iwner 7/11 R'7-14-21-2* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sam tjoldatein is engaged m business under the fictitious name of KING'S, located at 167H Alton Road, Miami Beachi Florida, and intends to register said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida SAM GOLDSTEIN % %  7-14-21-2* 9/4 ^ NOTICK IS HF.KF.IiY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in business under the. flctltloufl name of I'lill. DAVIS (Not Inc.) at 131 E. Flagler Street, .Miami. Florida. Intends to register the said name in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. F DAVID M. KAPLAN Sol.owner S/14-21-28 9/4-11 —Buy War Savings Bonds— IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE THAT Cong. Schaarei Zedek (Gates of Justice) locatexl at 1545 S. W. THIRD STREET MIAMI WILL BE OPEN FOR HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES • WITH ITS HOUSE OF WORSHIP COMPLETELY AND BEAUTIFULLY REPAINTED AND REDECORATED CANTOR MOSES TEITLEBAUM WILL CHANT THE SERVICES WORSHIP IN SPIRITUAL CONTENTMENT AND RESERVE YOUR ACCOMMODATIONS NOW! SEATING COMMITTEE ON PREMISES AT • 1545 S. W. THIRD STREET SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 9 to NOON AND EVERY WEEK DAY EVENING 7 to 10 P. M. EXCEPTING FRIDAY



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. 1942 *Jewisti ftcrid/San MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI PAGE THREE (Thin weekly feature Is prepared hv tin.public relations committee of fhe C.rrater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welf'irr Hoard. The committee ln"u,.\,', William I. Boxerman, chairman llenjamln Bronston, Fred K. Rochet and Paul Weltzman. (Contributions to this column are welcomed, particularly In the form of letti'f received here from Greater Miami boys now In the service.) Bnai Brith Serves Sholem Lodge of Bnai Brith and its Ladies Auxiliary are sponsoring the dance and an evening of entertainment for the servicemen this Saturday night in the Servicemen's Center at 1711 Alton Road ... In addition to the program ordinarily given, the Bnai Brith units will have the pick of night club entertainment for the boys. The special joint committee responsible for the Saturday night affair consists of Louis Heiman, E. Albert Pallot and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. Promotion From corporal to sergeant in two weeks That's the record of Melvin Schaffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. 1637 S. W. Sixth street Schaffer enlisted on December 10. 1941. and was sent to Shepherd Field. Wichita. Texas Later he was graduated from the armorer's school at Lowrey field and the air gunnery school at Panama City, Florida ... He is now stationed as an air gunner with the sixth bombardment squadron, at Gowen Field. Boise, Idaho. Enlistments Commissioned within the past few days were E. Max Goldstein as a first lieutenant, and Albert S. Dubbin as a captain in the air corps "Goldy" will be assigned to the troop carrier at Bowman Field, Kentucky Dubbin will train on the Beach before assuming a permanent post at Louisville, Ky. Arnold Raxin, 18, a recent recruit to the marine corps is training at Parris Island. S. C. Sol, brother of Lou Rotfort, 2951 B£TH DOVID Congregation "Miami's Pioneer Congregation" Proudly Announces HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES will be conducted at THE SYNAGOGUE 139 N. W. 3rd Aven\ ROSH HASH O H f l Friday Evening, Sept 11 Saturday. Sept. 12 Sunday. Sept. 13 JUNIOR SERVICES at BETH DAVID TALMUD TORAH Seals on Sale All Day Sunday and every day and evening thereafter At Office of Synagogue Make Your Reservations Nowl PHONE 2-1473 S. W. First Avenue, enlisted in Jl% K. %  i Nor !" n D. Richard (Mel s brother) 1674 Alton Koad, answered the call of the navy, as did also Samuel W. ?1 wAbo Gor don, and Jacob M. Meyerson. Third Hitch It's the third hitch for Louis Auerbach, active member of the Miami Beach American Legion and Jewish War Veterans Auerbach, owner of a paint store at 1610 Alton road, has signed up with the navy this time. In 1916 he enlisted in the U. S. army and saw action when General Pcrshing was chasing Pancho Villa, the bandit, up and down the Mexican border During the World War he served with the American artillery forces in France, and upon its expiration enlisted for another stretch Now he hopes to get a second crack at the Germans and the Japs, too. Real Spirit Not so long ago Nathan Abrahams, a Jewish lad with a real love for his country, enlisted in the United States Navy ... He formerly operated a restaurant on the Beach and was given a steward's rating However, since he was not assigned to duty immediately he found time hanging heavily on his hands ... So he has gone out among his Jewish friends and interested several of them in joining the navy, too. As Abrahams put it to us, "The navy offers adventure plus a chance at those sadists who started this war." Correspondence A boy in the Air Forces Officer Candidate School writes: "I received a letter from home today mentioning a note sent by you to my folks Their appreciation of the same was boundless ... In the past my family was quite active in Jewish charities, never asking or expecting; yet that simple gesture on the part of the Jewish Welfare Board here has repaid them hundred fold One particular evening, a short while ago, I invited a non-Jewish boy to attend the dance at the Y ... He did, and in short time was told of a like card sent to his folks His surprise was genuine and I can assure you that you have made another friend and friends are things we can readily use." A mother in New York says: "I received your letter and was glad to hear that you take such care and time with our boys in the service ... I really want to thank you for the help you are giving my son ... I am also very happy to know that we have such good hearted people who take the trouble and interest in our children's welfare My good friend, it's very hard to put it in words that ever since my son was a small boy he was never away from home And I am sure you know now that he is gone how a mother's heart feels But I am not worried or afraid of anything, knowing he is in good care." Another mother in New York replies: "We were very happy to receive your letter and to learn that our boy is availing himself of all your organization has to offer, and can assure you we greatly appreciate everythink you are doing for our boy and also for the many other boys of our faith ... It makes our burden i here at home a little easier to' feel that our son is being looked after in a sort of personal way." Investing in War Bonds today, means the purchasing of freedom for tomorrow. TO ITS DIRECTORS FOR NEW ACTIVITY Enlarging its directorate this I year, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is planning an enI larged and expanded program in | which it is anticipated that the new directors will take an active part. Composed in part of or1 ganizational representatives, the body with Federation officers will meet Sept. 9 convening for the first time this year. Included in the directorate are: Leonard L. Abess. Leo Ackerman. Ruby R. Adler. Morris Alpert, Jack August, J. William Baros, Mrs. A. R. Berow, Sam ; Blank. Daniel M. Broad, Bcnja| min E. Bronston, Mrs. B. E. Bronston. Mrs. Walter Bronston, j Mrs. Ida Buckstein, Leo Chaikin, | George Chertkof, Mrs. William ; Clein. Dr. Frank Coret, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Max Feit, Irving Frankel, M. H. Frankel, David Freedman, Samuel N. Friedland. Arthur S. Friedman, Maurice G. Furman, Benjamin B. Gaines, George Goldberg, Nat H. Hankoff, Mrs. [ Tillie Hantman, Benjamin A. j Hartley, Louis Heiman, Isaac j Joffe, Benjamin N. Kane. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, M. J. Kopelowitz, Waited C. Kovner, Mrs. Moses Krieger, Sam Lachman, Isaac Levin. Mrs. Benjamin Levine, William Lewin, J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Marcie Liberman. Joseph M. Lip|ton. Mrs. Benj. H. London, Sam I Luby, Harry Markowitz, Mark Max, Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Sam B. Miller, Mrs. Sam B. Miller, Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Max Orovitz, E. Albert Pallot, Sidney H. Palmer. A. Pepper. Mrs. Harry Platoff. Albert Quadow. Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner. Max Rifas. Harry Rose. Joseph M. Rose. Dr. Samuel Rosenthal, Mrs. Samuel H. Rost, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. Burnett Roth, Morton Russack. Mrs. Cora Sadowsky, Samuel T. Sapiro. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Harry Seitlin, Montefiore i Selig, Mrs. Montefiroe Selig, I. S. Shapoff, Jacob Sher, Fred K. Shochet, Ben Silver, Harry Simonhoff, Harry Sirkin, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Harold B. Spaet, Arthur J. Sporberg, Joseph R. Stein, William Taradash. John C. Temple, Charles S. Tobin. Harold Turk, Arthur A. Ungar, Alex Van Stratten, Harry Wasserman, Mrs. .Barney Weinkle. Carl Weinkle, Dr. Philip Weinstein, Joseph Weintraub, Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, Herman Wepman, Sidney A. Wicn, Mitchell Wolfson, George Wolpert, Louis Zeientz, Harry Zukernick. CONG. RODOLPH SHOLEM SELECTS RABBI EISENBERG Rabbi Benjamin G. Eisenberg, was recently elected to the pulpit of Congregation Rodolph Sholom, Tampa. He succeeds the late Rabbi Adolph Burger. Rabbi Eisenberg, prior to accepting the Ti'-Tipa pulpit, servNEW RADIOEAR We think you'll find it the kind of hearing you've dreamed about. Made by one of America's Pioneer Manufacturers of Vacuum Tube Hearing Aids. Call for free booklet and hearing proof! RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg., Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100 Rabbi Benjamin G. Eisenberg Buy Defense Bonds Today. ed as spiritual leader of Congre-1 gation Agudath Israel of Mont-1 fcomcry. Ala., for four years. He is a graduate of the He-1 brew Theological College of Chi| | cago and is secretary of the i i Rabbinical Association, which' this year merged with the Rab| binical Council of America. He I is secretary of the Western Rej gion of the R. C. A. and is a' member of the executive board, i Rabbi Eisenberg resides at: 2303 Morgan St., Tampa. Sholem Lodge dominates the scene again. This coming Saturday night at the new army and navy center in Carl's Restaurant on the Beach, the Lodge will sponsor a shindig for the boys in the armed services. Not only will the Lodge contribute financially by providing the refreshments but it will also secure outstanding entertainment. Thus far the Clover Club, the Club Bali, and the 5 O'clock Club have generously promised to send entertainers. Offhand, I can only remember the following members of the Lodge and Auxiliary who are on the committee for this affair: (The ladies, as per usual, will do their chore with the refreshments), Lou and Marcelle Heiman, Milton and Sylvia Friedman, Al Pallot, Jennie Rotfort, Nola Eisenstein, and Doris Kovner. I know there are others on the committee and I will list them next week after seeing them at the affair. Continuing further their war effort, the Lodge will take charge next week of a farewell party at some point of departure of inductees. That is, a committee from the Lodge and Aux. will go to the bus station or train and bid their farewell to the boys and give them packages of! cigarettes or other useful gifts. | It is our solemn duty to give our boys who are going away to fight for us a nice sendoff and show them that our hearts are with them. While discussing the war effort, don't forget that our scrap metal drive is still progressing. It was gratifying to your correspondent to hear Chairman Lou Heiman say that as a result of this column's repeated publicizing of the drive that several people who read last week's column called him up and offered scrap metal. You may have your scrap metal picked up if you will call 3-6391 or 3-0751, or you may deliver the metal yourself to one of our depositories at Sam's Service Station in Coral Gables or Sobel's Service Station on the Trail at 19th Ave. At our next meeting we will be honored by having District Grand Lodge officials present. In tribute to them it would be nice to bring in a large class of members and hold an initiation. The last initiation was inspiring and its repetition will bring reflected glory on the Lodge when our visiting brethren spread the word at home. Let us all therefore pledge ourselves to bring in at least one new member apiece by our next meeting. The meet, ing will be on Tuesday, Sept. 8th, so time is short. Start signing them up right now. It does not take a "Superman" to be able to read our financial report without seeing the books. We need money and immediately. As you have personally seen and read or heard about our Lodge is one of the most active in the entire Order. We are one of the outstanding civic organizations in Dade County. In almost every field of endeavor we are doing our part. It takes money and effort to make the wheels of progress turn. We've been putting in the effort. Let's make the picture complete and put in the money. Pay your dues now and help us help you. You don't need a ration card to buy U. S. War Bonds. I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's 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 OBSERVE THE HOLY DAYS wilhin our beautiful New Synagogue Clean, Modern. Well Ventilated. Good Acoustics CANTOR A. 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0 e Jewiislh Florid!iam i% CQMBWNG rtie Jewish Unity /# ICTOBY BUY VOLUME 15—No. 35 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AUGUST 28, 1942 PRICE—10 CENTS QUEBEC MINISTER URGES JEWS NOT TO LOSE COURAGE Montreal (WNS) — Prime Minister Adelard Godbout of the province of Quebec, stating that a United Nations victory over the hordes of Hitlerism was certain, urged Jews in a special message this week not to lose their courage in the face of the Nazi atrocities against the Jewish people in occupied Europe. "Since the outbreak of the present war," the Prime Minister said, "the Jewish people have given to the world, from the depths of greatest trial, a splendid example of patience and abnegation. In spite of the dire persecution they have sustained at the hands of the mad hordes of Hitler thirsting for carnage and devastation, they have carried their heads high, pending the hour of justice and deliverance. "With unshakeable confidence in the outcome of this war, we ask Jewish people not to lose courage, but to exert its fullest efforts for victory. Since we are certain of defending the Faith against the Neo-Paganism, brotherly love against hate, and tolerance against barbarism, with the help of God victory will be ours." AMERICAN JEWISH SOLDIER REPORTED MISSING IN RAID London (WNS)—An American Jewish soldier — Private Louis Kline of Memphis, Tenn, was listed among the missing in the first casualty list of American troops who participated in the nine-hour Dieppe raid last week. The missing soldier's next of kin is Harry Kline of Memphis. Another Jewish fighter. Harold Bergman of Winnipeg. Canada, was among Canadian soldiers who returned safely from the history-making raiii cf the French coast. The Nazi radio in Paris, reporting the battle, stated that Jews in occupied France tore off their yellow Mogen Davids, which all Jews must wear, when they heard that United lotions troops had landed in Dieppe. This might be ] taken as a pretext for further 'anti-Jewish persecution, however, since the Britten radio informed the people of France that she Dieppe raid was not an invasion and urged the French people not to jeopardize their security AXIS POWERS ARE BUM. SWITZERLAND MODIFIES ACT TO EXPEL ESCAPED REFUGEES TO HAVE GRETTOS FOR ARMY ASSIGNS PERMANENT CHAPLAIN TO JEWISH MEN Fort Benning, Ga. (WNS)— With the recent assignment of First Lt. Samson Aaron Shain as the first permanent chaplain of Jewish troops at Fort Benning. Ga., the army has taken a definite step towards providing for the spiritual needs of soldiers of that faith on this reservation. Heretofore, these needs have been filled by visiting chaplains or by rabbis from Jewish congrega| tions in near-by Columbus. Ga. In the short time that Chaplain Shain has been on the post, a complete organization of Jewish soldiers along religious lines has been effected. The chaplain has arranged for weekly services in order to reach every soldier assigned to regiments in the various widely scattered units over the reservation. Bern (WNS) — Roberto Farinacci, whose position in Italy is similar to that of Nazi Propaganda Minister Goebbels in Germany, this week launched a campaign in his string of notorious anti-Semitic newspapers and by personal appearances at Fascist public rallies for the introduction of ghettos as the only way to remove the "Jewish menace" in Italy. Farinacci, who was instrumental in bringing about the recent purge of 60,000 Fascist party members on the ground that they were pro-Jewish, stated that the ghettos established by the Nazis in Poland had "proved" that the final solution of the Jewish problem was the segregation of the country's Jewish population in walled-in ghettos. Declaring that "the official attitude of the Catholic Church on Jewish questions does not correspond with what we consider the real Christian outlook." Farinacci said: "The time will come when even the blind will see •hat Christian civilization cannot be saved by the wide-spread false piety which is usurping the name of Christian charity, but rather by the courageous work f political men." Washington (WNS) — President Roosevelt warned the Axis powers this week that high Nazi and Fascist leaders responsible ior the mass executions and other atrocities against the civilian pooulations of Europe and Asia would be tried and punished after the certain victory of the United States. The President's warning to the Axis invaders was incorporated in a formal reply to the nine exiled governments which had pointed out that Nazi atrocities against the helpless people of Europe were increasing and that the danger existed in the "extermination of certain populations." The appeal to Washington for White House intervention was made by the exiled governments of Poland. Czechoslovakia. Yugoslavia. Holland. Belgium. Greece. Luxemburg, Norway and the French National Committee in London. "The United Nations are going to win this war. When victory has been achieved, it is the purpose of the Government of the United States, as I know it is the purpose of each of the United Nations, to make appropriate use of the information and evidence in respect to these barbaric crimes of the invaders, in Europe and in Asia. It seems only fair that they should have this warning that the time will come when they shall have to stand in courts of law in the very countries which they are now oppressing and answer for their acts." Berne (WNS)—The storm of protests which greeted the decisj ion of the Swiss federal govern-1 ment to expel all refugees, most of them Jews, who entered this country illegally since August 11 after escaping from France, resulted this week in a modification of the expulsion order. Accused by the liberal press of "violating the obligation of Christion neighborly love and the hu' manitarian duty of Switzerland" to accept the refugees and grant them asylum, Swiss police officials announced the suspension of the expulsion order after a meeting in Zurich with representatives of Jewish organizations. Swiss officials stated that refugees who entered Switzerland after August 11 and who announced themselves to the police on arrival, would not be expelled without cause. All cases will be investigated, although the Federal i Department of Justice and Police | reserved to itself the final decis-1 ion in all examinations. PRO-JEWISH ACTIVITIES IS STAGED BY DANE STUDENTS Stamps and bonds, bonds and stamps, will make the Axis look like tramps. Buy War Bonds now. Stockholm (WNS)—The annual | meeting of university btudents! from all parts of Denmark was | the scene of the greatest pro| Jewish demonstration in Nazi-1 dominated Europe since the out. break of the war. In open defiance of Nazi regu1 lations, thousands of Danish students, gathered in tne city of Geerlocv for the traditoinal ineet; ings and festivities, staged an j impressive demonstration of their I friendship for Jews, which the I people of Denmark or the Nazi leaders will not soon icrget. The students conducted a parade through the streets of the city, carrying the Danish and blue and white Jewish flags. Women students were clad in blue and white dresses, while the men wore blue and white hats. Jewish students were given places of honor in the parade. POPE PROTESTS TO NAZIS OF POLISH JEWS IN EUROPE Geneva (WNS) — Pope Pius XII was reported in well-informed diplomatic circles here to have registered a strong protest in Berlin against the Nazi treatment of Polish Jews in occupied Europe, particularly in Poland and in Nazi-held parts of Soviet Russia. The Nazi Government was said to have ignored the Pope's protests and to have advised the Vatican indirectly not to interfere with the internal affairs of Germany, especially the Nazi anti-Jewish policies. The Pope's protest to Berlin marked the second time in less than a month that the Vatican has raised its voice in protest against the Nazi treatment of Jews. Recently, the Pope called upon Marshal Henri Petain to use his influence to halt the mass arrests and deportations of Jews from occupied France. As a result of the Pope's intervention, the deportations were limited to non-French Jews. F Y. M. H. A of Greater Miami Reviews Its Cultural Program for Past Years NAZIS CONSCRIPT JEWS IN BELGIUM AS SLAVE LABOR London (WNS)—Nazi authorities in occupied Belgium have ordered the 38,000 foreign Jews in Belgium to report for compulsory labor in Germany, it was reported this week by the Free Belgium news agency. The agency said that similar orders were issued by the Nazis in Holland and 'ranee because some Jews attempted to escape into neighborln B countries. By GEORGE CHERTKOF Chairman. Finance Committee The entire Jewish world today looks toward America as the only hope for the sustaining of Jewish life. America today is the only salvation of Jewish religion and culture. That is our destiny in America and that is our supreme obligation as we face the future in these uncertain times. The Y M.H.A of Greater Miami has always felt that it is its destiny to perpetuate Jewish ideals and values to carry on the traditions of our country and our people and to make our heritage meaningful to ourselves and to our children. Is the Y.M.H.A. equipped for such a task? While this question is not susceptible to a yes or no answer, yet with its limited tadlities the Y.M.H.A for the past few years has carried on extensive cultural programs. Every year during the winter months a public forum is held at which speakers of note discuss a topic, after which the members of the audience participate. Noted lecturers have come here from time to time, among them Maurice Samuel, famous author and lee turer; Judge Meyer Steinbrink, member of the New York Supreme Court, and many others. Locally, we have had men like Frank Malone, noted commentatorJack Bell, columnist; Pauline Corey, famous author, to mention bU Jewish W 'content and the Jewish theme predominate in most of the cultural activities of the Y.M.H.A. George Chertkof he cooperation of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Every month a different Rabbi gave a series of lectures on some phase of Jewish history. This has been developed gradually so that every year a series of lectures is given by a Rabbi on some Jewish topic, the latest of which was a series of lectures last year given by Rabbi Max Shapiro on "Jewish Customs and Rituals." In our discussion groups, topics on Zionism, the Jewish problem in the world today, questions on anti-Semitism are the main topics of discussion. Even in our Summer Camp there were opportunities for Jewish learning. For example, a class in beginners' Hebrew was organized this year in the Home Camp. In our dramatic department plays with a Jewish theme are featured. Stories of Rabbis or of some topic in Jewish history are portrayed. In olir dancing classes Palestinian Folk Dances are featured. Above all, there is undercurrent in the whole program of the Y.M.H.A, a definite striving to awaken Jewish consciousness to develop Jewish loyalties and Jewish ideals. People have evinced a great interest in these programs. Two Jewish activities, cultural and educational, are emphasized more and more in the work at the "Y." Lecture forums of high quality, years ago Maurice Grossman, our Executive Director, always pioJEWS KEEP BRAVE Stockholm (WNS) — Deeply concerned over the steadily increasing number of suicides in the Warsaw Jewish ghettos, rabbis and Jewish leaders within the ghetto walls have appealed to their people to be brave during this time of great suffering in order to insure the future of the Jewish people, it was reported here this week. The wave of suicides among Jews in the Warsaw ghetto was reported to have assumed appalling proportions. The reports said that from July 15 to August 1, when the Nazi wholesale deportations of Jews to Germanheld parts of Soviet Russia, an average of 100 Jews committed suicide daily. In many cases, entire families ended their lives. The number of Jewish suicides was reported to be increasing since no relief from the Nazi persecutions is in sight. Deportations of Polish Jews for slave labor in Russia is continuing at an accelerated rate. Food rations for Jews arc being reduced constantly. It is estimated that in the Warsaw ghetto alone approximately 300.000 Jews are dependent on the community kitchens for their daily food — which consists of bread and a bowl of soup. CUBA CLOSES ITS BORDERS TO EUROPEAN IMMIGRANTS neering in some new field, instituted a series of lectures on classes, courses, discussion groups are engaged in imparting Jewish knowledge and information. For example, when Maurice Gross"Marriage and the Family." This man was first appointed as Exwag a novelty in this area and ecutive Director of the Y in was rece ived by the audience 1938, he inaugurated a series of lectures on Jewish History with | (CONTINUED ON PACK r, Havana (WNS) — Cuba closed its doors to Europe's refugees this week with the announcement by Dr. Jose A. Martinez, Minister of State, that all authorizations issued by the Immigration Department for Cuban visas to applicants in Europe had been suspended. The number of Jewish refugees in Europe affected by the order could not be learned. At the same time, the Cuban government suspended all applications for Cuban citizenship. %  i



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 28, 1942 THE Y. M.H.A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ y M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. Play Hosts to Draftees On Tuesday morning at 7:15, a committee of the Y. M. H. A. and Y. Vfc H. A. were hosts to over 150 boys from Local Draft Boards Nos. 6 and 8, who left for Camp Blanding to be inducted in the Army. For the past several months the Defense Council has undertaken to give send-off parties to various groups of boys who are leaving to be inducted. These parties are being sponsored by various civic and fraternal organizations. On Monday morning. Mr. Robert Fennel, Chairman of this committee, called Maurice Grossman, Executive Director, and asked him if the V. M. H. A. could sponsor the send-off party for Tuesday morning. Though it was only short notice, Mr. Grossman readily said yes and the response of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. to act on this committee was overwhelming. Twenty cartons of cigarettes were distributed and the ladies of the Y. W. H. A. went into the buses and distributed cigarettes to all the boys. The boys left from the Union Bus Terminal for Camp Blanding. The committee, besides Mr. Grossman, consisted of the following: Messrs. Al Berkowitz, Al Reisman, Al Pallot, Dr. Samuel Beckman, Joseph J. Berman and Sgt. Cal Pont; Mesdames Pearl Reisman, Bea Stepkin, Sadye Pont, Miss Silver, Ethel Grossman; and the Misses Mildred Berkowitz, Marcia Adelman, Shirley Rothschild, Frances Ginsberg and Miss Barnett. This is just another service that the Y. M. H. A. is rendering to the community. Beach Home Camp to Hold Closing Exercises Friday Afternoon On Friday afternoon, August 28, at 2 o'clock, the Y. M. H. A. Beach Home Camp will hold its closing exercises at the Children's Corner, 1849 James Avenue. The public is cordially invited. An excellent program is being planned by Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Supervisor of the camp. A dramatic performance, recitations, dancing and exhibition of the craft work will be the features of the affair. +Jewisti fhricMtn PAGE SEVEN Y. M. H. A. Enters Gold Ball Tournament SO t h I v Ur M ay u ev A oning Au ust S, !" Y. M. H. A. entered the ^uDlam ndball Tournament. This is composed of thirty odd teams in this area. The game on Thursday night was between the Allapattah Merchants and the Y. M. H. A. While this is being written, the boys are hop" to L bo among the winners when the tournament shall have been completed. A golden loving cup will be awarded. A. K. Softball League By this time all of you are acquainted with the excellent project every Sunday morning at the Riverside Playground that is conducted by the Y. M. H. A. A. K. Softball League. Every week new innovations and more fun takes place. Last Sunday the Wieder's defeated the Lubel's by a narrow score of 23 to 11. The hero of the game was your scribe who, out of five balls coming to him, made seven errors. These tournaments are open to members and non-members alike. Everyone is invited to participate in these games. Those who participated in the game are as follows: For the Wieder's: Jack Apte, W. Rawlson, M. Goldman. S. Wieder. Al Weiner, B. Miller. Al Reisman, S. Levin, B. Lubel, P. Silverman, A. Berwokitz, and Doc Beckman. For the Lubel's: M. Green. Rubin Lubel, Murray Apte, Marvin Apte, I. Schemer, S. Gladstone, M. Schwartz, R. Gitland, G. Rachlin, H. Schwartz, Marvin Apte, F. Rose, A. Altshuler, M. Friedman, M. Schemer. Biography of Murray Apte Continuing the biographies of our various Board members, we are glad to submit the life history of Murray Apte who was born in New York City on August 16. 1899 and moved to Brooklyn when he was Bar Mitzvah. He came to Miami in 1925. Murray was in the wholesale produce business and went back to Brooklyn in 1927 and married Miss Ada Gradman. He then came back to Miami from his honeymoon where he remained ever since. He has two children, Howard Gerald 13 and Helene Theresa 9 years old. Murray is associated with the Florida Wholesale Grocery Company. He has been active in the "Y" for quite a number of years and this year was elected to its Board. At present he is working on the Membership Retention Committee where he is doing a splendid job. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIROH (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) We refer to Hyman Kaplan, a character well known to all readers of the New Yorker Mr. Kaplan's tribulations in the maze of American Speech are being whipped into play form, and Hymie, himself will be portrayed by Joseph Buloff, who apparently has deserted Second Avenue for good. SCREEN NEWS We do hope the new Paul Muni film will be ready soon ... Indeed, it's too bad it couldn't have been released last week, when its title would have been the ne plus ultra in timeliness— "Commandos Come at Dawn." Hollywood is planning what it called a United Nations film, in which a number of top-notch writers will collaborate, among them Clifford Odets, Ben Hecht and Lillian Heliman Don't be too amazed if the role of George Gershwin in the movie about that late musical genius will go to author Clifford Odets. Just remember that Clifford started his career in the theatre on the other side of the footlights Danny Kayo, whom Hollywood will soon be featuring as its top comedian, will not be requested to remodel his nose, as Milton Berle was Goldwyn says he prefers Danny to keep his nose intact—to annoy Hitler. ABOUT PEOPLE Bernard M. Baruch, who just celebrated his 72nd birthday, is regaining his strength so rapidly that he may accept a still bigger defense job—which is waiting for him Only the other day, indeed, it was revealed that Barney could have had Donald M. Nelson's job if he had wanted it. Sidney Buchman, president of the Screen Writer's Guild, is resigning to become a producer at Columbia Pictures Fond mammas who are having the customary trouble making their young sons practice on the piano now have a brand-new argument Meyer Levin, who not only was Colin Kelly's bombardier but also scored a hit on a Japanese warship in the Battle of the Coral Sea, is an accomplished pianist Adolph Zukor III, grandson of the former film mogul, is a lucky youth indeed ... He it was who had the honor of taking Shirley Temple out on her first date. WEEKLY GIGGLE Via Ed Sullivan we get the story of the Czech who was being brought into a concentration camp The Nazi storm troopers who were checking over his personal effects came across a diary, and started to read it On the first page they found but a single sentence: "May God take good care of our Fuehrer, Adolf Hitler" Goggle-eyed, they turned the page, only to read: "May God take good care of Hermann Goering" And so on through Goebbels, Himmler, et al But just as the Nazis were about to set the Czech free, with apologies, they happened to turn a page that held two sentences: "May God take good care of Reinhard Heydrich." the page started And underneath was added: "R. H. taken care of —June 4. 1942." SOVIET OFFICIALS ADDRESS PALESTINE JEWS THIS WEEK SWISS PLAN TO DEPORT REFUGEES DESPITE PROTESTS Berne (WNS)—Adding their warnings to the protests which have poured in at the decision of the Swiss Federal Government to deport all refugees who haveentered the country illegally since August 11, many liberal Swiss newspapers declared that this action would weaken the national will to resist aggression. Seeking to escape deportation from France and Belgium to Nazioccupied eastern Europe, many refugees during the last two weeks have sought asylum across the Swiss border. The Baslor Nachrichten declared that hundreds had made the long and difficult journey on foot and many had been shot at by the Gestapo. "We will share in the guilt for the terrible fate of these people who have fled to our country," the paper stated. Jerusalem (WNS) — The new bond of friendship between Soviet Russia and the Palestine Jewish community was strengthened this week when, for the first time, since the Russian Revolution Soviet officials came to this country to address a Jewish meeting. Petrenko, first secretary of the Soviet Embassy in Ankara, accompanied by the press attache of the Embassy, arrived here to attend a special conference sponsored by the Palestine League to Aid Russia. The meeting was opened by Dr. Shlemo, Kaplanski. Histadruth leader with more than 400 delegates from all parts of Palestine present. During the trip from Haifa the Soviet envoys visited a Jewish colony operated along lines similar to the collective settlements in Russia. The visitors appeared impressed with theaccomplishments of the Jewish colonists. Petrenko concluded a brief message to the Jewish settlers with the Hebrew words "Shalom Chavorim." A statment issued by the Palestine League to Aid Russia said: "The League is based on Zionist conceptions aiming at a repproachment between the Yishuv and Russia and the rendering of maximum assistance to the Russian heroic struggle against Fascism." EGYPTIAN JOURNALISTS ARE FETED BY HEBREW WRITERS Jerusalem (Palcor) — Prominent Egyptian journalists, both Jewish and non-Jewish, now on a visit to militarily important Palestine, were given a reception on Wednesday by the Hebrew Journalists Association at Jerusalem. Among those who spoke at the function were Senator Mahmid Abdul Fath, owner of the airo Al Masri; Jean Lugol, editor of the Bourse Egyptienne; the Greek press attache at Cairo, and representatives of the Hebrew and Palestine press. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago MORRIS KING, VIOLINIST will appear on benefit for American Red Cross given by Branch 692 Workmen's Circle, Sunday, August 30, 1942 at Beth David Auditorium, 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue. The following artists will take part: Walter B. Grossman, noted cellist; Irving Laibson, celebrated pianist; Salvator Rondaz, operatic concert tenor; Belt Urbanofst, concert violinist, in addition to many others. Economical For Two Dollars You Have Solved Your Entire New Year's Greeting Problem. NO BUYING Cards — Envelopes — Stamps NO BOTHERING Signing — Addressing Stamping — Mailing Sensible NO ENEMIES NO ANIMOSITY NO EMBARRASSMENT You Have Used the Only Medium by Which You Overlook No One Individual—Sometimes Your Best Friend — It Happens Every Year! 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PAGE FOUR +Jewist ffrridi&n FRIDAY, AUGUST UUU ST 28, 1942 w JlewiisUi IFIIoiriidliaiin PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 35 ELLUL 15, 5702 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 28, 1942 TO KEEP AN OPEN BIBLE THE WARNING President Roosevelt's warning to the Axis powers this week that those Nazis responsible for the atrocities committed against the civilian populations of Europe would be punished, was significant of the determination and sincerity with which the United Nations are determined to see that the Nazis do not escape their retribution. The warning came in answer to appeals from nine exiled governments who declared that if Nazi atrocities continue certain populations are in danger of extermination. In his statement, the President emphasized that the retribution would be exacted in "courts of law." It is a fitting tribute to the strong basis of justice upon which our democracy is founded that even the Nazis can look forward to a fair trial at our hands. Envoys of nine exiled governments which had pleaded for White House intervention along these lines received the statement with deep gratification. An official of the Polish embassy declared that "we are highly gratified by the President's statement which will result in tremendous relief throughout the occupied nations. It lends great force to the declaration already made by the Germanheld nations in London." The hope that this warning may bring some relief to the peoples of Europe.oppressed by the Nazis is not too optimistic. Diplomatic circles pointed out that on December 4, Premier Stalin assured Premier Sikorski that Russia would avenge the atrocities committed by the enemy. They also expressed the strong belief that the statement would be followed by a similar statement from the British Government Of course, if these oppressed peoples are to survive at all it is essential that the United Nations win the war. That is the foremost solution. But it is not too impossible to expect that the warnings of these heads of nations, supported by the combined strength of the United Nations and offensive tactics may strike fear into the heart of many a Nazi leader. We can at this time only hope that it will and for the rest devote ourselves to winning this war as soon as possible. THE TYRANT MUST BE DESTROYED "Americans who love justice and hate oppression will hail the solemn commemoration in Madison Square Garden as an expression of the determination of the Jewish people to make every sacrifice for victory over the Axis powers. Citizens, regardless of religious allegiance, will share in the sorrow of our Jewish fellow-citizens over the savagery of the Nazis against their helpless victims. The Nazis will not succeed in exterminating their victims any more than they will succeed in enslaving mankind. The American people not only sympathize with all victims of Nazi crimes but will hold the perpetrators of these crimes to strict accountability in a day of reckoning which will surely come."—President Roosevelt. ". The Jews were Hitler's first victims and ever since they have been in the forefront of resistance to Nazi aggression. All over the world Jewish communities have made their contribution to the cause of the United Nations and on behalf of His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom I welcome your determination to help as gladly as I acknowledge the eager support which the Jews of Palestine above all are already giving "— Prime Minister Churchill. "There must be no appeasement or compromise measures in this fight for freedom. Either we destroy the Nazi, the Fascist, and the THE SAGA OF A HOME Just about a dozen years ago, three Jewish youngsters, not yet Bar Mitzvah, used to gather in a room of the Levin home in Brooklyn and build miniature models of airplanes. The home of the Levins was a humble one but instinct with refinement and culture. There was not much in the way of furniture, but there was a piano and there were many books. The parents of young Levin were hard working, the father employed in the clothing trade and the mother to augment the family income, never very large, did some dressmaking. Young Meyer Levin who was making these little airplane models, also worked at nights after school and week-ends to help pay the rent. The three boys grew up. In 1939 Meyer Levin enlisted in the aviation forces and following Pearl Harbor, it was he, as bombardier of Captain Colin Kelly's plane, which sank the Japanese vessel, the Haruna. Another of these three boys, a cousin of Meyer, also enlisted in the aviation corps and has already made the supreme sacrifice for his country. The third member of this group of youngsters is now employed in aviation research. Now comes word that Meyer Levin in the Coral Sea engagement sank another Japanese battleship. Such is the saga of a humble home in one of the densely settled sections of Brooklynone of those sections at which some of our snobs are wont to look down af with disdain and urge that they be more Americanized! BUY WAR BONDS -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMAidiy GonguimUd -By PHINEAS J. BIRONREUGIOUS BASIS OF FREEDOM "As we rid our house of injustice and intolerance, we will strengthen our dwelling with the strong foundation of good-will and fair play. Thus may we be worthy of leadership in a post-war world. The help of fine people of all nations can be expected and indeed is now being offered. "But man alone cannot hope to build such a civilized world for the human family. The Bible stresses the alluring idea that God works with and for men in the effort to construct the kingdom of mankind. The belief that all people are members of the human family becomes more convincing each year and man has to remember that the cooperation of people with faith in freedom and spiritual power cannot be forever ignored and neglected."—Rev. John Walter Houck, pastor, in sermon at the Pilgrim Congregational Church. Japanese war lords, or they destroy us. Either their way of life disappears or ours disappears. There can be no compromise between slavery and freedom. If we compromise, or if we sacrifice the freedom of conscience and the rights of man that are the very bone and sinew of our structure in order that we may preserve our lives or our property, then in the long run we are likely to lose both our property and our lives."—Governor Herbert H. Lehman. Men of good-will who are moved by humanitarian considerations arise en masse to protest against the crimes committed against Jewish people by the worst tyrant the world has ever produced. American labor joins with all other liberty-loving people in voicing our protest against it and we join with them in a firm determination that the war against Hitler and all he represents must be carried torward until he is decisively defeated and he is compelled to pay the penalty. Labor will join with the others in demanding that the United Nations shall firmly resolve and agree at the peace convention that racial minorities must be protected, their rights be guaranteed and their right to live on equal terms with others be established."-William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor THEY DON'T LIKE HITLER The real reason why the Gestapo displays such ruthlessness in its treatment of Dutch dignitaries, executing them wholesale is this: The Dutch people have refused to accept Germany's anti-Jewish laws, and have heroically helped to save many Dutch Jews from deportation to Poland And don't be surprised if the Danes get the same treatment before too long Only recently we heard a Danish official quoted as having declared that if the Nazis should insist on enforcing their Nuremberg laws in Denmark, as they have threatened, the Nordic Danes will stand firm at the side of their Jewish countrymen Kressman Taylor, whose "Address Unknown" you will remember as having made short story history a couple of years ago, has just published a new novel which tells of the underground antiHitler fight of German churchmen Mrs. Taylor explains that the main episodes in her book are based on actual events, fictionized for the protection of the protagonists. JEWISH NEWS Don't miss next week's newsreel feature about the Jewish Army It's in the form of a debate between Pierre van Paassen, national chairman of the Committee for a Jewish Army of stateless and Palestinian Jews, and Stanley High, one of the editors of Readers Digest High snaps at the plan very aggressively but van Paassen, in a dispassionate and convincing tone, appeals for justice for the most persecuted of Hitler's foes Just a few days before the opening of the New York State Democratic Convention, John J. Bennett joined the Committee for a Jewish Army ... All of which reminds us that before September will be over a Jewish Army Committee action will hit all the front pages with a bang. This fall's Zionist Convention may provide an unexpected battle between the old guard and the present administration. A new English-Jewish national weekly is in preparation. Some very important names will appear on the masthead. We shall keep you informed. RELIGIOUS QUESTIONS The criticism leveled against Franz Werfel for writing a stirring Catholic novel, "The Song of Bernardette," is q"j unjustified ... In his introduction to the book Werfel makes his position as a Jew very clear We're inclined to disagree with that Jewish Daily Forward scribe who bel e .^' that columnist Boake Carter is about to become a proselyt to Judaism It's true that Carter, as we told you quite som time ago, has become deeply interested in Biblical lore |", learned Hebrew and has been studying with a Jewish %  **": as his mentor ... But as far as we can see his point of vie remains that of a Christian Did we, accidentally, e mention that the question of Carter's origin has been raiseo more than once? Some people insist that he was born Jew. AS SHE IS SPOKE d If you feel your grammar could stand im P xovem ^f^U you can't be bothered getting it the hard way, try M< T !" &e Nurnberg's "What the Good Word?" It's said to & most entertaining treatise ever written on the King s tng Which reminds us that a famous murderer of our langu y is expected to make his bow on Broadway this season • %  (CONTINUED ON PAGE I)



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PAGE TWO fJenlst fk>r/cfiar FRIDAY. AUGUST 28, 1942 Social Personals Clubs Organizations ORGANIZATIONS Mrs. J. S. Garvett returned to Miami last Friday after vacationing in the north. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feinstein returned to the city this week after a two weeks vacation in the North. • • • Mr. Phillip Romer returned here this week after a combined business and pleasure trip to New York. • • • Mrs. J. Schiff of Miami Beach returned here this week after spending two weeks in Hendersonville. N. C. • • %  Mrs. A. J. Tobin is visiting relatives and friends in Saratoga and New York. She will be gone about five weeks. • • • Mr. Alfred B. Rosenstein. president of Beth Sholom Center. Miami Beach, left by train yesterday for New York City. • • • Mr. Louis Gadon left this week for a ten day trip to New York City. Mr. Gadon is a member of the faculty of the Beth David Cong. • • • Mrs. Harry Hornstein of Phoenix, Arizona, is here for a visit The Dade Chapter of the National Cardiac Home is planning a Mah Jongg and card party to be held at the Beth Sholom Center, 761 41st St.. Miami Beach. Monday, August 31st at 1:30 p. m. Admission will be 50c. Refreshments will be served. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Charles Tobin. 5-1545. • • • Ruth C. Brotman, Soprano singer heard in dozens of appearances in this area during the past several seasons, and active in participation of presenting entertainment to members of the armed forces in this locality, has been given charge of the U. S. O. units to travel the State of Florida, it was announced here this week. Miss Brotman would like to have Comedians, dancers, instrumentalists, male singers, quartettes and other acts interested in joining this unit to contact her immediately by calling 5-1602 or writing in detail to her at 1502 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. ENGAGED U. S. JEWSCHIDED FOR LACK OF SUPPORT TO RUSS JEWS Mr. and Mrs. Murry Yanks


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2 ^j^m^sje^sxsx wifnit'* • i^n Hnffl SB FRIDAY. AUGUST 28, 1942 *"JeHisti HcrldNar PAGE FTV1 With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELX}FF. Rabbi 711 L>enox Avenue, Phone 5-1328 MAI'RICE MAMCHBS. Cantor 621 I>ennox Ave., Phone 6-7138 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek I>rive-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 lAUorce Drive, Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 Synagogue Services Schachriss: 8 A. M. daily, 9 A. M Saturday; Mincha: 7:30 P. M. daily; Maariv: 8:10 P. Iff. daily, 820 PM. Saturday; Shalosh S'oodoss: 7:45 P. M. Saturday. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on the portion of the week. Reserve Your Seats Reservations for seats for the coming High Holy Days have been coming in very rapidly. We urge all members, and all others who wish to attend our synagogue during the coming holidays to make their reservations during the coming week. This will make possible a better selection of seats, and a guarantee of obtaining seats in the new synagogue building. Seats are also being offered for sale for services to be held in our Community Building. Tickets will be given gratis to all those unable to pay for them. Our congregation has reserved over 300 scats for the exclusive use of Jewish servicemen in our area. We know that our members, and the community at large, will be glad to hear of the provisions we are making to accommodate the Orthodox men — all Jewish men — in the service. Religious School The official summer session of our Religious School was com-, pletcd this week. Members of; our Board of Education |avei been very pleased with the curriculum and the results of this %  semester. Preparation for a study of the High Holy Days and the High! Holy Day Services will be made in all classes, in order to acquaint all children with the solemnity and the nature of observance of these important days. We urge all parents to register their children now, so that they will be able to take part in the holiday observances with intelligence and knowledge. Children may be registered mornings between the hours of 9 and noon, and evenings between the hours of 5 and 9. Welcome Home Mr. M. B. Frank, our president, has returned from a two week vacation in the Carolinas. Jack Feit has returned home from the Jackson Memorial hospital, and expects his mother to return too, with the help of God, this Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lurie, Mr. Reisman, and the many other members who have returned from their summer vacations are welcomed back to our community. We hope they will all rally to the activities of our congregation and community. Servicemen's Club Our Community Building is filled to overflowing every evening with servicemen making use of our various facilities, and enjoying the entertainments and refreshments. We thank all the men and women who are doing their share in making this activity of our congregation and sisterhood so successful. We thank Rabbi Zwitman for leading the servicemen's service at our synagogue last Sunday morning, in the absence of our Rabbi Mescheloff, who led services at Flamingo Park and the Roney Plaza Hotel. This Sunday Rabbi Mescheloff will conduct the servicemen's service at our synagogue at 9 A. M. His sermon topic will be "Marching Along." All Jews in occupied Holland were ordered to turn over their life insurance and annuity poli?' es to a bank in Amsterdam by |ho Nazi occupation authorities, the Nazi Dutch press reported. Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Temple evry moraine You may consult with him on matter* concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problemi. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In strict confidence. Services at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St., will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, this Friday evening, at 8:15 p. m. Services include readings from the wisdom literature of the postbiblical era. Arrangements for High Holy Day Services Arrangements for membership and for the High Holy Days may be made by contacting the Temple office. The office is open daily from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Our congregation will cooperate with the local Army and Navy Committee by inviting 200 service men to be our guests for the High Holy Days at the worship services in the Temple auditorium and in Kaplan Hall. Members of the congregation who will not attend Temple services, due to their absence from town, may cooperate with the Committee, by reporting their intentions, so that their seats may be assigned to an additional number of service men. Chairman of the High Holy Day Arrangements Committee is Mr. Leonard Epstein. Service Men's Honor Plaque Gracing the Temple lobby is a newly erected Plaque, honoring men of the congregation who are serving various branches of the armed forces of our country. The list is still incomplete, and members of the congregation are asked to send in the names of service men in their families, so that they may be listed for honor on the Temple Plaque. The Plaque project is under the sponsorship of the Temple Israel Men's Club, and all additional names should be sent to Mr. Harold B. Spaet, president of the Men's Club, or to Mrs. Louis Zeientz, Temple secretary, at the Temple office. In Memoriam "May the father of peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Bertha Wolfe, mother of Mr. Louis Wolfe. Yahrzeits. Caroline Wolf, mother of Mrs. Clara Hyman; Isaac Eskin, father of Mrs. Jack Bernstein; Mathilda Kolberg, sister of Mr. A. Wertheimer; Henry J. Williams, father of Mr. Henry D. Williams; Rosalie Utitz, mother of Mrs. Dave Eichengreen. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone. 2-217* HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor Phone 5-9063 Mrs. Louis Margulles, Reportlnj Permanent Succah Completed It is with real pride that our president, Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, announces the completion of the first permanent Succah in the Greater Miami area. Under the personal supervision of Mr. Samuel Dickson, chairman of the maintenance committee the succah has just been completed. To celebrate this outstanding event in the life of our Congregation a dance was held last Tuesday evening in the Beth (CONTINUED fN PAGE 8) BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st Street MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9793 S. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi 1450 S. W. 17th Terrace. Miami Phone 2-2579 Sabbath services will be held at the Center at 9 a. m. tomorrow. At the meeting held on Tuesday evening, with Mr. Alfred B. Rosenstein, president, wielding the gavel, the main order of business was a further reading of the By-Laws by Mr. Roland W. Granat, to permit detailed discussion of the separate clauses by the membership, and to receive suggestions for changes by the committee which he heads. Dr. Max Ellis, Mr. Samuel Geringer, and Mr. J. Slaff were added to the Religious committee. Mr. and Mrs. David Newman were appointed to the Reception committee headed by Mr. Irving Applebaum. Mrs. H. Kohn was appointed corresponding secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schiff donated a silved Kiddush cup, which had been a family heirloom for generations, to become a part of the ceremonial property of Beth Sholom Center. President Rosenstein made the acceptance speech for the Center and thanked Mr. and Mrs. Schiff for this spontaneous act on their part. First vice-president Dr. Max Ellis, as spokesman for the members and for the Ladies Auxiliary of Beth Sholom Center who had prepared refreshments for the evening, made a brief but touching address wishing Mr. Alfred B. Rosenstein "bon voyage" on his trip to the North to select a Sefer Torah for the Center and to seek medical aid for himself. Voicing the thoughts of all present. Dr. Ellis prayed for Mr. Rosenstein's speedy recovery and early return to resume his active duties as president. During the recess for refreshments, Mr. Rosenstein thanked the Ladies Auxiliary and the members for their farewell party and expressed his confidence in the "two lieutenants," Dr. Ellis and Mr. Applebaum, first and second vice vice-presidents, respectively, who will "carry on" while he is out of the city. Reporting for the Religious committee both Dr. Ellis and Mr. Harry Kohn advised that the seating arrangements had been completed and that reservations were coming in for the High Holy Day services from members and non-members. Mr. Kohn urged members to make their reservations early as no favoritism was being shown by the committee, non-members being given choice of seats if they precede members in making reservations. They also reported that Mr. Julius Rosenstein will chant the Mussof service, and Mr. Lewis Green will lead the congregation in the chanting of the Schacharis service. Selichoth services will begin promptly at 1 a. m. on Sunday, September 6th. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will preach on "The Prologue." Beth Sholom Center extends its "Mazel Tov" to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zuckerman who were married at the Center on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Zuckerman is the former Miriam Kimmel. This was the first wedding at Beth Sholom Center. Rabbi Machtei officiated. A reception in the Lincoln Room of the Center followed the ceremony. The seating committee is in attendance at the Center daily from 3 to 5 p. m. and from 7 to 9 p. m., and all day Sunday. With a limited seating capacity, it is suggested that early reservations be made. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL, BENSION. Rabbi 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Schedule of Services Daily services at 8 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Kabbalos Shabbos Friday at 7:30 p. m., Saturday at 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Sunday at 8:30 a. m. and Military at 9 a. m. Sermon Topics The subject of Dr. Samuel Bension's sermon on Saturday, Aug. 29th, at 10 a. m. is "Beginning and End." At the Oneg Shabbat at 6:30 p. m. he will speak on "The Beauty of Sunsets." At the military services on Sunday, August 30th, at 9 a. m., Dr. Bension's subject will be ] "Curses." The Synagogue Beautiful The artists have now completed the beautiful decorative work at the Jewish Center. Veritably it is the fulfillment of the verse in the Biblical triumphal song, "This is my God, and I shall glorify Him." The Center extends a cordial invitation to everyone to visit the synagogue and view the splendid artistic adornments. Seat Sale The committee on seats urges all those intending to worship with us on the High Holy Days to secure seats at once. The office is open daily from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. and the committee is in the synagogue from 7:30 p. m. to 10 p. m. Due to the large number of seats reserved for the men in uniform, but very few remain available for the civilians and we urge our friends to help us in making adequate preparations by securing the seats they require immediately. Thanks The Center expresses its heartfelt thanks to Mrs. Marie Balaban. who, inaddition to a complete set of coverings for the Torah reading desk, pulpit, and Holy Ark, to be used on Saturdays and week days has now donated a beautiful set of white silk coverings, gold embroidered, for use on the High Holy Days. Mrs. Balaban has proved herself on numerous occasions a true benefactress of our institution and we wish her many more years of life and fruitful efforts. Congratulations We extend our heartiest congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Richardson, on the occasion of their twentieth wedding anniversary. Mrs. Richardson, offectionately known to her numerous friends as Nancy, is the hard working secretary of our Sisterhood, and Al a lifelong friends of the Rabbi, is a most loyal and devoted Center enthusiast. Our best wishes go to them for many more years of wedded bliss, and may we long enjoy their continued interest and support. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. ABRAHAM A. KKI,I,NER. Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 690 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8:30 a. m. Mincha 7:30 p. m. Maariv —8:04 p. m. Saturday. -9:00 a. m. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. ... in Miami, Florida SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT %  BTABU8HKD IK IMS APPROVED SANITARIUM With Cheerful Hotel Atmosphere Per Rest. Convalescent. Chroale sod Ante Medical Cases Qraduate Nriln and Dietetic Staff. Resident Physician. Complete Physical Therapy. Poor Acres Landscaped Grounds. Sports. Recreations. A. W. XLUB. Pres. J. W. PLATO*. M.D.. Med. Dhr. INI. W. seta CM. Miami. rlertae High Holy Day Services The High Holy Day Services will be celebrated in our new, airy, and well ventilated Synagogue building. All seat holders of previous years are urged to get in touch with the committee who will be present at the Synagogue every evening Monday through Thursday, 7 to 9 P. M., and Sunday morning. 8 to 12 M. It is advisable for our members and friends to arrange about their seats for the High Holy Days as the choice seats are rapidly being taken. Men in the armed forces will be admitted free. Hebrew School Parents are urged upon the return of the Fall season not to neglect their children's Hebrew education. Classes have been conducted during the summer and will continue till public school opens, on the summer schedule Mr. I. Gross, acting principal of our School will gladly accept all reservations for the Talmud Torah every morning except Shabbos in our Synagogue. Please register your children early so that the classes may be filled promptly. Shabbos Services Shabbos services will be held at 9 A. M. in the morning and Mincha and Maariv will be observed with a Shales Suoodos in the later afternoon. Refua Shelama The congregation wishes Mr. B. Rifas. son of our worthy president, Mr. Max Rafas, a Refuah Shelma. Mr. Rifas is recovering from a recent illness. The congregation also takes this means of wishing Mr. Morris Bear, our treasurer, a speedy recovery and good health from his recent illness. Boruch Habo We welcome back to our midst, Mr. John C. Temple, our secretary and ardent worker for our Shul, who has just returned from his vacation. Membership At a special meeting of the membership last week, it was passed that our membership dues for the coming year, starting from right after Rosh Hashonah, be reduced to $10.00. Prospective members are urged to join now and take advantage of this reducation. Ladies' Auxiliary Mrs. George Chertkof is now heading a committee that is active in reorganizing the Ladies' Auxiliary. Details and plans will be announced shortly. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue Ft Lauderdale, Florida RABBI SAMUEL, HAI^EVI BARON Telephone Mil 705 S. K. 9th Street Sabbath services Friday at 8 p. m. A welcome is extended to all service men stationed at Boca Raton, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, etc. Sisterhood benefit social, open to men and women, Monday at 8 p. m. Sewing for the Red Cross, British War Relief Society, and Bundles for America, Tuesday from 12:30 to 5 p. m. Applications for Temple membership and seating arrangements for the high holy days are being taken now, including Hollywood and Broward county. MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GORDON FUNERAL HOME YOUR JEWISH 710 S. W. 12th AVENUE FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-3431 WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION I % 



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PAGE EIGHT Je*isl>fUrldlar FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman The views expressed by Mr. Boxerman are his own and do not necessarily represent the opinion of The Jewish Florldlan. Originality Plus Talk about our Jewish contribution to the defense effort! Take a look at Nat Roth and his inventive genius His is the inspiration for a sales caravan which may save countless gallons of gasoline for the war effort Under Nat's plan, 25 salesmen of millinery, shoes, and wearing apparel have agreed to use company transportation facilities to travel in a group ... In each key Florida city which they visit, a joint sample room is arranged and customers in that section of the state are invited to come and make their selections. Nat's scheme has secured the lively interest and approbation of the Office of Price Administration which sees in it the possibility for nation-wide plans of a similar character ... If perchance the OPA decides to place this plan in operation throughout the country, we will be able to record one more major Jewish contribution to the "Beat the Axis" campaign. The Rumor Factory The rumor factory still is working on a 24-hour basis, fabricating new stories Most of these falsehoods originate in Germany and are repeated without any effort at analysis. A Jewish boy in the armed services located on the Beach is rooming with a non-Jewish soldier who doesn't like Jews generally ... To his roommate, though, he always adds "Oh, but you are different" He talks frankly about his prejudice, damming the Jews for many shortcomings Among them is this charge which the Jewish boy does not quite know how to answer: While the American doctors give up their practice and enter the armed forces, alien and refugee doctors dodge military service and take away their cases. Actually, what are the facts? ... In many states today, alien doctors are not permitted to practice their profession at all because of the alien-baiting reactionary legislation which such people as Senator Reynolds have sponsored That is why refugee doctors are compelled to stay out of the armed service Fortunately, there is a growing movement, advocating the use of alien doctors in the army Most of them are eager to enter the service The War Department also has been urged to relax its bars against them, specifically against German born doctors. Recently the national chairman of the American Committee for the Foreign Born sent a letter to the Secretary of War, immediately following his announcement of a campaign to obtain 20.000 additional doctors for the United States Army The letter states, "We feel that the bars against German born doctors serving in the United States Army should be eliminated or at least modified, not only because it violates the democratic principle for which this war is being fought, but also because it deprives America of the services and contributions of a large number of foreign born who are loyal to this country Many of these German born doctors are refugees from Hitlerism and completely anti-Nazi in their outlook because of what they have witnessed in Nazi Germany." To what does all this add up? Namely this — that there is a keen desire on the part of alien doctors to serve their new country They have stayed out of the army because up to now the regulations set forth by the War Department have been too stringent and have definitely been aimed at eliminating them from army medical service ... In view of the constantly growing shortage of qualified doctors, it is to be hoped that the United States Government will see fit to lower their bars, to waive citizenship and other requirements, thus enabling the properly-qualified refugee doctors to re-enter their chosen field. Gut Shabbos! Y.M.H.A. REVIEWS ACTIVITIES IN THE FIELD OF CULTURE for SAFETY. &f and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In l>AIIE FEMRAL er MIAMI (CONTINUED FROM PAO'i 1| with a great deal of interest. It is hoped this year to resume this course once more. Much credit should be given the Young Women's Hebrew Association who have started a Book of the Month Club a few years ago and have developed it to such a point that their book review meetings attract over two hundred people. Every month a book is reviewed by a popular person with audience participation after the lecture. With these programs as a background, it will readily be seen mat the "Y" has done a splendid job and that judging by experience, it will do even better in the future. It is the responsibility of all character building institutions such as the "Y" to aid the people in this period of confusion in order that they may reach a clearer understanding of the war and its problems. The "Y" intends to include in its program for the coming months discussion groups, forums and courses on propaganda, current events' and post war problems so that the participants in this program may be well informed in the life of our country. We are trying to plan our programs according to the trends of the times. Mr. Grossman informs me that there will be lectures by men in the military service who are stationed in this area and who are well qualified to perform such a task. There will also be concerts by military men. Thus it will be seen that the programs are planned basically around a "war" theme. Mr. Louis Kraft. Executive Director of the National Jewish Welfare Board, once stated. "As an American institution, our fate is bound up with all free American institutions and our first responsibility is. therefore, to be of service to democracy." Since the Y. M. H. A. represents a very important part of Jewish life in America, we have a real roll to play in helping to prepare American Jewry to understand and meet these responsibilities. The "Y" cultural program is your program. Like all "Y" projects, it is planned and presented for the good of the community. The "Y" receives no benefits from its work except only insoj far as our entire community bene| fits. Your support has made our work possible and it is of vital importance that every Jew in' Greater Miami support our community programs through work and membership. Our membership must be enlarged to enable us to fulfill the needs of the community. A plea to the Jew-. ish citizen of Greater Miami is to join the "Y." cd as usual under the leadership of our own Rabbi Max Shapiro. Special Junior services for our boys and girls from 6 to 18 years of age will be conducted in the Talmud Torah by the Junior Congregation of Beth David. Due to the growth of our Jewish population we expect a much greater demand for seats than heretofore. Therefore, to you as members we offer the first choice and opportunity to select your seats before they go on public sale Please phone or call in person at the office of the Congregation. 135 N. W. Third Ave. for your tickets. A committee will be in the Synagogue every evening and this Sunday morning from 930 A. M. to 1 P. M. and from 6 to 8 P. M. We will be hosts to about 200 soldiers. If you desire a soldier or two to be your house guests for meals during the holidays, please advise us. REMEMBER: TICKET SALES BEGIN TODAY! COME OR CALL FOR YOURS NOW! DO NOT DELAY! Washington (WNS)—Representative Jennings Randolph of West Virginia, chairman of the House District Committee, this week introduced a bill which would allow doctors to practice in the District of Columbia without taking the usual examinations, for the duration of the war. REAL ESTATE HOMES, MIAMI BEACH PALMER Funeral fhnpel 2001 W. FLAGLER ST. lEXST 9-2664 BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best SMALL WATERFRONT ESTATE INSPECT today one of the most imposing smaller waterfront estates on Di Lido Island. It's new modern and cheerful. A 2-story residence of Florida Spanish architecture. masonry construction with a picturesque view of the bay, beautiful surroundings. On a olnt 60x175. V 2 SPACIOUS master bed. rooms upstairs, 1 down. each with private bath! Magnificently designed terrazzo floors, marble staircase. Screened jalousied porch, loggia, sun deck, walled-in patio, 2car garage. Ample storage space. Concrete bulkhead, excellent dock. OWNER entering U. S. service (home already vacated) required to sell to an immediate purchaser regardless of original cost. Price asked $20,000, unfurnished; furnished, $22,500, against which OFFERS ARE SOLICITED. Little cash required. NEW CONSTRUCTION stopped for the duration. Supply of desirable homes becoming scarce. Now is the time to buy! Bt"Y WAR BONDS FOR 1'KACE BUY A HOME TOR BA1TINKSS. B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor "TRUSTWORTHY SERVICE" 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868 HSJGUST BROS Ry^ J* IS the BEST' ZM PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative Mrs. Jack Fein returned to the city after a business trip to New York. Leon Rotman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Rotman, 708 S. Rosemary, leaves Sept. 2, for Phila., where he will attend the Murrell Dobbins Vocational School. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID Rabbi Emanuel Greenstein of Beth El Cong, returned to the city after a six weeks' vacation. Mrs. Greenstein and children will return next week. A SAVINGS INSTITUTION Which has never paid less than 3% on insured savings. RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON. President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) David auditorium. The highlight of the evening was the presentation of Mr. Dickson to the audience. He was thanked by the president, directors and membership for his splendid job and for his untiring efforts on behalf of the Congregation's welfare. Under the leadership of Mr. Dickson many innovations and improvements have been completed this year. Mr. Nat Zalka, chairman of the dance, made a splendid showing, the entertainment of the evening being received most enthusiastically. Mr. Zalka was assisted with the arrangements and plans for the dance by Mrs. Isador Fine, Mrs. Chas. Abbott, Mrs. Hyman Sootin. Mrs. Samuel Dickson and Mrs. George Goldberg. High Holy Day Seats Once again we ask your support in making our High Holy Days services successful as in the past. Remember, your assistance during the High Holy Days determines the strength and validlt ? ~ f our reli e io us institution and Talmud Torah. Impressive services in our beautiful edifice will be conductMrs. Elsie Greenberg left for Camp Mitchell where she will join her daughter, Yette. who preceded her several weeks ago. They will return in about ten days. Mrs. Fanny Rider returned from the Carolinas where she vacationed for a month. 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