The Jewish Floridian

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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 )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( 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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University of Florida
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Full Text
1942-3
ROSE HASHONA EDITION
5703
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VOLUME 15No. 37
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1942
PRICE 75 CENTS
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FmDAY, SEPTEMBER n..,^
WHY THE
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A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
By PHILLIP BERKOWITZ
President Y. M. H. A.
This question has been asked
repeatedly by well-meaning per-
sons in this area when ap-
proached for membership in the
Y. M. H. A. Some persons there
are who would like to see a re-
turn to them in dollars and cents
for their investment in the "Y."
My answer to them is: When
you invest in the "Y", you are
paying a premium for insurance
that will guarantee our children
to become better citizens and
better Jews.
In these times of unrest and
uncertainty when the world is
torn asunder, when we know not
what the morrow will bring, we
need institutions of the type of
the Y. M. H. A. in Miami to give
our children the encouragiani n1
and the assurance that they will
be able to carry on when we arc
no longer able to do so.
I have been honored by the
members of the Y. M. H. A. with
the highest office in the organi-
zationthat of President. I am
very mindful that this is a gi-
gantic undertaking. No one in-
dividual can be successful if ho
would depend only on his own
resources to carry on the des-
tinies of an organization like the
Y. M. H. A.
I. therefore, appeal to every
Jewish citizen in the Greater
Miami area to help me in this
I. LEVIN
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Iron and Metal of All Descriptions
PHONE 3-4292
RICHIE METALS
New and Used Plumbing Supplies
2116 N. W. 27th AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
:a>k The Y. M. H. A. today Id
-.....eeting place of many Jew-
Lot us have
.-..jj a i ng place for every
Jewish organization so that when
es to erect a now
ling, we si all be ready to
do so.
Many of us will go to the syna-
.......s and temples on Rosh
Hashono and Yom Kippur to
pray to God to grant unto us a
year of happiness, of joy and
prosperity. Among our many
prayers we will ask the Lord to
help us "for the sake of our lit-
tle children." Since we ask the
Lord to help us for the sake of
our little children, let us co-oper-
ate with Him by helping our
children.
Let us all join in the Y. M.
H. A. work to the end that this
institution may carry on the
splendid work that it has under-
! taken for the youth as well as
1 for the adults.
My New Years message, thcrc-
fore, to the Jews of Greater
Miami is: "Help the Y' for the
sake of your children."
MIAMI
Zionist
District
By Louis Heiman, Pres.
*
MR. and MRS.
MAURICE GROSSMAN
AND DAUGHTERS
NAOMI and RITA
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EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY
and particularly to the Officers. Board of Directors
and Members of the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A.
and all their affiliated activities
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Beit Wishes to Our Many
Friends and Patrons
KUBBY HOUSE
106 N. Miami Avenue
261 E. Flagler Street
As the year 5703 begins for the
Jewish people, what arc the
thoughts, hopes and aspirations
of Zionists throughout the world?
Like all mankind, our first hope
j is that the war will soon come
I to an end. for have not the Jews
suffered greater in proportion to
their number than any other race
lor creed, since this world conflict
, began. But. as we fervently
! hope for the end of the war, it is
with the realization that this
event will not bring to a close the
suffering of the Jewish people.
Throughout Europe, they have
been driven from their homes,
their possessions have been lost,
and they will have to start life
anew.
Past experience has shown that
the Jews have little security in
most European countries. They
are tolerated rather than wanted.
Is it not, therefore, desirable and
expedient that as many of them
as possible be settled and reha-
bilitated in Palestine? For it is
the dream of Zionists throughout
the world that Palestine, in the
SINCERE WISHES
F O R A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. B. LEATHERMAN
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
May Health, Happiness and
Prosperity be yours in the
Sreatest measure!
not too distant futurc^T*
recognized as the Jew'ish h *
-and We know that It':
conflict will come to *
with victory fr tne "<.
t,ons. Then will take S"
peace conference. As w *
the peace conference o ? *
War No. 1, the Zionists Ift
will represent the Jewish
pie, in securing for them ,P"
rightful homeland of *g
and assurance of proper treatm
for minorities everywhere
In order that the world 2k.
.st may be of even greater iX
ence than was true at the Z
peace conference, its member^
should be increased many S5
The Jewish people in Greater Mi
ami can do their art by joinin8
the Zionist Organization 0f
America through the Miami Zi
onist District.
"Lashanah Hobaah Barushal
Lum!" Next year may we be u,
Jerusalem!
BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH
Kill KM )3
JOHN'S GROCERY
843 N. W. 54th St.
Ph. 7-9491
MR. and MRS.
WALTER C
KOVNER
y
REV. and MRS.
NATHAN WROOBEL
and MORRIS WROOBEL
Wish All Their RelatiTe*
and Friends
and All Jewry
"A KSIVA VCHSHMA
TOVAH"
*J!
SINCERE BEST WISHES
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
TO
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
RABBMMOSES
MESCHELOFF
M. B. FRANK
PRESIDENT
H. WASSERMAN
VICE-PRESIDENT
I. L. MINTZER _
2nd VICE-PRESIDENT
D. GOLDSTEIN
TREASURER
A LOUIS MECHLOWITZ
8ECRETART
CANTOR MAURICE
MAMCHES
L. O. BLOOMFIELD
I. WOLOSOFF
THE BOARD OF
EDUCATION
and the
SISTERHOOD
MR. AND MRS.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942
.kn>isti MDridfi'ft/7
PAGE THREE
Mrs. T. MEYERS
of the
The exterior view of the Palmer Funeral Chapel shown above and located at 2008 W. Flagler Street.
Miami, enables the beautifully landscaped grounds surrounding the establishment to be appreciated
when seen in its entirety. A 24-hour ambulance s -rvice is maintained by the chapel, whose building
was converted into a modern, serviceable funeral home last May when it was opened and dedicated.
L
HOI Ai CHAPEL
room which offers privacy. A'
private fraternal room for or-1
ganizational rites and activities,
and also used by the Chevra
Kadisha committee, has been set
aside for this distinct purpose.
A modernly equipped prepara-
tional room and special wash-
rooms are at the rear of the
building.
On the second floor are living I
quarters for the staff of cm-
balmers, ambulance drivers and
caretakers. Six large display,
rooms showing a variety of
caskets are on the second floor.
Ambulance service is main-
tained on a 24-hour schedule.
proudly announces the
association
of
Mr. Sidney H. Palmer
as vice president and
manager of sales. The
new policy will follow
strictly the old estab-
lished rule for FAIR DEAL-
ING, HONFST PRICES,
and UTMOST IN SATIS-
FACTION.
To Our FriendsCus-
tomers and All Jewry, we
say:
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
NOW UNDER CONSTRUC-
TION A MOST BEAU-
TIFUL NEW HOME 50
FEET EAST OF OUR PRES-
ENT LOCATION.


EDWARD T. NEWMAN
Apprentice Embalrner, Palmer
Funeral Chapel
Mr. Newman has just returned
' from the North, where he spent
' much time in New York and
adjacent areas acquiring a com-
prehensive knowledge of the
latest methods of embalming. He
' will put into practice many of
these new advancements here.
"The reception given to the
Palmer Funeral Chapel, since it
opined its doors last May to
serve exclusively the Jewish
public of Greater Miami, has
been most gratifying," Mr. Sid- j
ney H. Palmer, president and!
manager, stated. '"It is not only
the large number of funerals we \
wire chosen to direct and take
care of, but the general attitude '
that has met the opening of our
new chapel. We find that the [
residents of this area are satis-1
fied and grateful that an insti-
tution as the Palmer Funeral
Chapel is here, ready and wait-
ing to serve them, should they
need these services.
"On the occasion of Rosh
Hashhonah, I take this opportu-
nity to greet all Jewry through
this medium," Mr. Palmer said,
"and I wish my many well-
wishers only that that they wish
themselves. We all hope that
the coming year will bring vic-
tory into our midst."
Located at 2008 West Flagler
Street, Miami, in the site of a
former funeral home, the prop-
erty was purchased, perman-
ently converted and improved
for the special needs of the
Palmer Funeral Chapel and those
who will serve it Completely
refurnished, the home features
the innovation of the most mod-
ern facilities, nany new to this
area.
A permanent chapel high-
lights the new edifice. Indirect
lighting casting serves as illumi-
nation. A special carpeted pul-
pit with altar bank for the offi-
ciating rabbi and cantor grace
the front of the chapel placed in
the midst of a velvet draped
background, electrically orna-
mented. Comfortable upholstered
chairs amply spaced serve the
seating needs.
Adjoining a large reception
room is the family and reposing
PALMER NOW HEADS SALES
WITH MONUMENT COMPANY
The Miami Monument Co-
through its president, Mrs. T.
Myers, has announced the asso-
ciation of Mr. Sidney H. Palmer
with the company. Mr. Palmer,
president of the Palmer Funeral
Chapel, will serve, in his connec-
tion with the monument com-
pany, as vice-president and man-
ager of sales.
Mrs. Myers, in making the an-
nouncement, stated the policy of
the Miami Monument Co. will
follow strictly their old estab-
lished rule for fair dealing, hon-
est prices and utmost in satis-
faction. She also announced the
construction of a new home espe-
cially erected for the monument
company about 50 feet east of the
Present location on S. W. Eighth
Street.
The Assembly Building in Bel-
fast, headquarters of the Presby-
terian Church in Ireland, has been
made available to Jewish soldiers
serving with the U. S. forces.
Sidney H. Pdlmer proudly announces
PAL
SIDNEY H. PALMER
President and Manager
FUNERAL HOME
AND CHAPEL
2008 W. Flagler St. Telephone 9-2664
OUR MOTTO: "A FRIEND IN NEED"
A True Friend is distinguished in a crisis ... a hazard and necessity, when the
gallantry of his aid may show the worth of his soul, and the loyalty of his heart.

Palmer Funeral Home and Chapel is a deserving tribute to Miami's Jewry. A most
modern institution dedicated to a finer more efficient and personal service .
While elegant in setting and furnishings, the chapel beams with warmth and
refinement. The reposing rooms and the family room add distinguished charm and
offer the utmost in comfort and privacy. A fraternal room dedicated exclusively to par-
ticipating members of lodges and organizationshouses also a library and provides
the necessary quarters for such functions.
The preparation room presents the last word in sanitation and reverence. The
latest possible equipment having been installed.
Six spacious parlors provide casket show rooms, where a large selection of strictly
Orthodox and Reform caskets are displayed.
NO SERVICE TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL PRICED INTEL-
LIGENTLY TO MEET EXISTING CIRCUMSTANCES ... NO
SERVICE WILL EVER BE REFUSED BECAUSE OF FINANCES.
a most elaborate Re-
While Orthodox rites and rituals are strictly observed
form chapel is available for those who wish .
The entire Palmer per- JTfc*fc*fc
sonnel as well as Mr. liJW^
Palmer personally wish a most Happy and Prosperous
you....... New Year
"CADrlLAC"
A Fleet ol luxurious
Ambulances at your disposal .
When in need for Instant Service
PhONE 9 2664
PflLdlffi fUnERflL CHAPEL
2008 WEST FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 9-2 664
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*Jen isfi FkridKatn
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n ^
** Jewisti Meridian
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
One
SUBSCRIPTION
Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI,
FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPT. 11, 1942
ELLUL 29. 5703
VOLUME 15 NUMBER 37
THE NEW YEAR
Rosh Hashonah coincides approximately with the beginning of the fourth year of the war.
What is the situation now? Using the language of the medical world, we cannot say that the
patient has passed his crisis. Yet the patient is making gains.
Let us look back to last Rosh Hashonah. In England, last year, the synagogue services
were held before dark tto avoid air raids. This year, it is scarcely likely that England will suf-
fer any serious air bombardment during the High Holy Days. England, last Rosh Hashonah,
was all concerned with defense. There was then no question whatever of taking the offensive.
Now the Dieppe raid of recent days reveals that the Allies, if not yet ready to launch that sec-
ond front, are busy gathering their forces in preparation for such an offensive in the not too dist-
ant future.
It is true that during the year, the Axis has made gains on the Russian front. These may
be critical and yet it cannot be disputed, that there is no feeling anywhere that the Russians
face annihilation and Hitler has already told the German people that they must prepare for an-
other winter in Russia.
Thus, as the New Year comes in, we are encouraged, but the year before us, will be no
light one. This much, we have gained; we know that the Nazis are not invincible and we have
mustered our forces to crush the enemy. The cries of the world, suffering under the agony of
Hitler rule, come to us to speed the day of deliverance. We must and will press on to win what
President Roosevelt has called the "third war for American independence" and the war for the
freedom of the world.
ANTI-SEMITISM
"Anti-Semitism is a manifestation of a canker
eating at the very heart of Christianity and
must be eradicated both out of justice to the
Jews and for the protection of the very basis
of Western civilization.
"A stable post-war structure must provide
freedom and equality for the Jews and also
implementation of the promise of a Jewish Na-
tional Home.
"Jews were the first victims of the barbarous
regime which has trampled the precious prin-
ciples of Western civilization. Their sorrows
merge with the greater sorrows of mankind.
I believe that in the liberation that will fol-
low this nightmare the meaning of the Jewish
sacrifice will be understood."
Premier Jan Smuts of the Union of South
Africa.
MINORITIESTHE AMERICAN WAY
"Today we are living once more in a period
that is psychologically susceptible to witch-
hanging and mob-baiting. And each of us,
if not alert, may find himself the unconscious
carrier of the germ that will destroy our free-
dom. For each of us has within himself the
inheritances of age-old hatreds, of racial and
religious difference, and every one has a ten-
dency to find the cause for his own failures
in some conspiracy of evil.
"It is, therefore, essential that we guard our
own thinking and not be among those who
cry out against prejudices applicable to them-
selves, while busy spawning intolerances for
others.
"Minorities are rich assets of democracy,
assets which no totalitarian government can
afford. Dictatorships must, of necessity, fear
and suppress them. But, within the tolerance
of a democracy, minorities are the constant
spring of new ideas, stimulating new thought
and action, the constant source of new vigor.
To suppress minority thinking and minority
expression would tend to freeze society and
prevent progress. For the majority itself is
stimulated by the existence of minority groups.
The human mind requires contrary expres-
sions against which to test itself."
Wendel L. Willkie.
J. LOUIS SHOCHET
FounderThe Jewish Floridian
Called to His Eternal Rest on
TEVETH 25th, 5699JANUARY 16th, 1939
HIS SPIRIT GUIDES US
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
tftiidiy, Confidential
-By PHTNEAS J. BfflON-
The entry into a new year always fills us with melancholy
... If we were not afraid of trespassing on Al Segal's domain
we would set forth on a gentle emotional excursion about the
flight of time and the so exaggerated delights of growing old ...
The figure 5703 looks so utterly strange to us Wasn't it
only "yesterday" that we wrote 5695, and only "a week ago"
that we predicted the future of 5710, which then seemed so
magically distant? And now we are moving so fast, so
speedily towards that "far-away" future that we sometimes
think the calendar has been motorized and the years are pro-
pelled forward with three engines at the speed of a B-47 Fly-
ing Fortress .
FAME IS LIKE THAT .
When Dr. Weizmann, taken suddenly ill, was being rushed
to Mount Sinai Hospital, the ambulance driver turned to Meyer
Weisgal, who was escorting the stricken leader, and said: "That
guy in there sure is a big man, ain't he?" Weisgal, pleas-
antly surprised to see that this typically Irish driver knew of
Weizmann's fame, assured him at great length that his pas-
senger was one of the biggest men in the world The driver,
who had also served as stretcher-bearer, listened with increas-
ing bewilderment, and finally retorted: "Come, comehe's a
big man, all right, but I've seen bigger ... I don't figure him
to be much more than two hundred pounds" .
MINIATURE SKETCHES
The other day we traveled in the same Pullman with Anna
Rosenberg, executive head of the Social Security Board in the
State of New York She holds a very important job, and is
consulted by the Administration on many matters relating to
labor questions Now, we knew Anna when she worked her
head off for ORT and managed the Hakoh football tour for the
organization And as she spoke of her work, her family, her
son who has joined the Army, her efforts to find solace here
and there for the too many unhappy young men and women
who stream into her office, we understood why she has ad-
vanced so far Anna Rosenberg has that amazing human
quality which makes her find the shortest and most direct one
to people's hearts ... An unmistakable frankness, and no sense
of her own importance .
And a Happy New Year to you all .
LIBERTY
Liberty is the highest gift of God, given to man after tha
of life itself. Even as is the obligation which rests upon all
respect life is sacred, so is the obligation to respect liberty
equally sacred. Man has the same right to one as to the other,
because both have been given him by the same God. r'
tunately there are still many of us in the world for whom B
less important to give up life than lose liberty, since withou
liberty life is not worth the living.
Bishop Miguel de Andrea of Brazil speaking at Chicago.


-RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942
fJewist fhrkHain
PAGE FIVE
Not By Faith Alone
By WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN
Executive Director, Florida Regional Office
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
Statements for the New Year
usually conform to a monotonous
pattern. The writer reminisces
a bit about the happenings of the
past year and philosophizes as to
what the coming year will bring.
He recounts the hardships which
Jews have suffered abroad and
concludes with the generaliza-
tion that through faith the Jew-
ish people somehow will weather
the vicissitudes that lie ahead.
Trust and faith are splendid
human attributes. It is in faith
that the Jewish people have been
nurtured. It is through faith
that their existence has been
made bearable during the trying
periods of the past. But today
faith in the inevitability of Jew-
ish survival is not enough. Faith
alone will not solve the problems
of 1942-43 The many thousands
of Jewish boys already in the
armed services will testify to
that.
Likewise faith alone will not
suffice in the warfare being
waged on the domestic front
against intolerance and bigotry,
against the wiles of the Nazi
propagandists, against the anti-
Semites who would uproot
American Jewry, against the
fifth column that would destroy
democracy. We must bolster and
energize our faith with concrete
action.
In speaking to many organiza-
tions during the last year we
have found that Jews are prone
to take the easy course when
confronted with such problems
as anti-Semitism. They philoso-
phize that we always have had
anti-Semitism, ergo they have
faith that somehow or other we
will emerge victorious in the
long run.
However, Jews must begin to
realize before it is too late that
we face a situation unparalleled
in Jewish history. The two
means of escape formerly open
to Jews no longer are available.
In the past, the individual Jew
who found Judaism too burden-
some could solve his personal
problem either through flight into
the Christian faith or through
exodus from the land of oppres-
sion. Now with the Aryan doc-
trine of Hitler, making anti-
Semitism the spearhead for a
world-wide political weapon,
these avenues are closed.
Jews must face the situation
squarely and recognize that we
here live in the last stronghold
of freedom. We are fighting the
final fight. It is either survive
or perish. No other alternatives
remain. In their contributions
to the general defense effort,
Jews already have begun to real-
ize this. They now must apply
the same thinking to the home
front. They must participate in
the fight of the Jewish defense
agencies against the fifth column
within, which threatens us as
greatly as the external foe with-
out.
Let none be deceived by
the arrest and indictment of a
few anti-Semitic and subversive
agents, comforting though these
developments may be. For there
are powerful forces behind the
handful who have fallen into the
Federal dragnet. They sleep not.
Only militant measures can pre-
vail against them, and then only
through the active participation
of every Jew in every Jewish
community in America.
B'nai B'rith Auxiliary
By MRS. JENNIE ROTFORT. President
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary
Miami, Florida
NEW YORK(WNS). State-
ments calling for resignation of
Dr. Judah L. Magnes as president
of the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem were issued this week
by Zionist Laborites.
SINCERE NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
MIAMI PHOTO & SPORTS
SUPPLIES
1327 Biicayne Blvd. Phone 3-4933
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 N. W. 14th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
To Our Patrons and Friends
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
GORDON SHOP
DuPont Bldg. Miami, Fla.
RAPID ADVANCEMENT for
High School Graduates
Phone or Write for Bulletin
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CHARRON WILLIAMS
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
601 Postal Bldg. Ph. 3-4859
Miami, Forida
R. W. BROWN & CO.
FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS
Southern Florida
Fertilizer Company
TROPICAL BRAND
Quality Fertilizer
GROWERS' SUPPLIES
INSECTICIDES
Factory: Qoulda. Florida
Phone: Homestead 5-4451
Offices: South Miami. Fla.
PHONE 4-3375
. in Miami, Florida
B'nai B'rith Auxiliaries have
been organized since 1895. spot-
ting the map of these United
States from one end to the other.
The Miami unit is three years
old, but an infant. Affiliated
with our National Organization,
all of our meetings bring B'nai
B'rith projects to our members
in many and varied presenta-
tions. In the present crisis, we
not only stress our defense pro-
gram but take an active part in
its sundry functions.
The Miami unit has been very
active in our Hillel work here in
Miami, and at Gainesville and
Tallahassee. We sent a German
refugee boy to the University of
Florida with a scholarship as one
of our worthwhile and successful
projects. Taking an active part
in all community affairs, one
project that we are very proud
of is our Junior B'nai B'rith
girls' groups. We have one on
the Beach and one in Miami. It
is gratifying to see their growth
and the outstanding work they
are doing in the community. The
unit on the Beach is headed by
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, and the
Miami group jointly by Mrs. Sam
Silver and Mrs. Al Green. These
junior girls, given the right
training and guidance, as our
women of tomorrow, will be well
qualified to take their place in
the scheme of world events,
when their time to do so comes.
The local B'nai B'rith Auxil-
iary was instrumental in getting
the State Federation of B'nai
B'rith lodges to form a state fed-
eration of auxiliaries and from
that organization four groups
have already been formed.
The responsibility of a B'nai
B'rith Auxiliary is to maintain
the good name of Jews in our
community, to be good Ameri-
cans as well as Jews and to assist
with the furtherance of B'nai
B'rith ideals.
Our auxiliaryyour auxiliary
is striving for that accomplish-
ment and with the inception of
the New Year looks forward to
participating in an enlarged and
expanded program wishing one
and all a Happy New Year. We
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*Jenisti Meridian
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n ^
A TIMELY WORD
By MRS. HENRY SEITLIN
Pioneer Women's Groups of Greater Miami
A New Year approaches! How
much fear and awe these words
have for us! What is in store for
us this coming year? Our mes-
sage to the Jewish people and to
the world at large is to help to
attain that goal that the united
democratic nations have set out
to accomplish so that the worst
enemy of mankind. Hitlerism.
may he banished from the face
of the earth.
This cannot be accomplished
merely by wishful thinking. We
daughters in Israel, members of
a race thai has been greatly per-
secuted, must undertake a two-
fold task. We must do our share
with all the might and energy1
that is in our power and we must
participate in the many defense-
activities that arc now being car-
ried on in our glorious land. We
must enlist and help with every
phase of this work. We must also
help with the defense work in
the Near East.
As members of the Pioneer
Women's Organization of Pales-
tine, we must strengthen our
tasks to help those of our friends
who are working for the cause
and we should realize the great
responsibilities in Jerusalem,
which is now the second defense
front of America and the most
important power of England and
the Near East.
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We Make Prompt Deliveries
Our comrades are mobilized in
the field of battle to defend us
and we here in America must
stand ready and determined in
our duty to defend our country.
We must carry out the work we
have undertaken at our Eighth
Annual National Convention. We
have many new projects to ac-
complish, and we must and
should complete these speedily
and quickly. We cannot permit
ourselves to lag and tn neglect
this work because of the big
danger that confronts th entire
world and the Jewish people in
particular. We must continue to
uphold the principles for which
the Allied nations are striving to
carry out and defend.
The only way we can arrive at
a peace that will make this world
a finer and better place in which
to live and the only way we can
attain our goal is to assist our
country and the Allied nations in
this war effort.
Happy New Year to all.
OUR SUPREME WISH
By MRS. FANNIE SELIG. President
Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Wo
en
THE MIAMI SECTION of the
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEW-
ISH WOMEN wishes to extend to
all its members and friends best
wishes in the coming year,
Our supreme wish is that the
New Year will bring PEACE to
the world a peace in which
we may all take pride: a peace
that will mean FREEDOM and
LIBERTY to suffering mankind.
To this end let us all work,
! counting no sacrifice too ,.,,
no task too arduo,; l(1 d(fcnal
part as individuals andasanO?
VICTORY. PEACF
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
and
NOW W/P SU,mPS '^ Bn NOW and give our men in the
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942
+Je*isti fk>rMk*tf
PAGE SEVEN
AND NOTES ABOUT THE
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Miami, Florida
By CHARLES S. TOBIN. President
This home is dedicated to the
care and treatment of children
afflicted with rheumatic fever
and rheumatic heart diseases. It
is the only home of its kind in
the entire South and was
founded in 1937 as a non-profit,
non-sectarian institution.
The home has made consider-
able progress since its early start
in a rented dwelling on Miami
Beach. The home today owns
a 10-acre tract of land on West
Flagler Street and 42nd Avenue.
its administrative building pro-
vides beds for 24 patients, in
addition to administrative facili-
ties. The home plans to com-
plete 10 cottage units, the first
of which is already completed
and available for occupancy. This
cottage will house a minimum of
16 children. Foundation for the
second cottage unit has been laid
but plans have temporarily been
stopped.
Early in 1941 the Rose Roth-
berg Laboratory building was
completed. This laboratory, with
full research facilities, is in ac-
tive use.
Medical staff of the home is
composed of recognized local
physicians, while a resident phys-
ician, who is in complete charge
of all research, is always avail-
able on the premises.
The affairs of the home are
managed by a board of trustees,
all local residents, and they are
assisted by a national advisory
board.
The home is maintained
through membership dues and
voluntary contributions. Fund-
raising activities are under the
sponsorship of chapters which
the home has established. The
local chapter is known as Dade
Chapter No. 1, while in the
North five additional groups are
working. These are known as
the Mary Richter League of
Brooklyn, Rainbow Chapter of
Brooklyn, Manhattan Chapter of
New York, Rebecca Reitmeister
Chapter of Jamacia, L. I., and
the Apollo Chapter of Brooklyn.
Due to curtailed activities in
fund raising in this area the
home feels that its principal
maintenance for the duration
will be supplied by these North-
ern chapters.
BEOT WISHES TO Ol'It MANY
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598 S. W. 17th Avenue
BEST WISHES FOR A
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MAX RIFAS, President
We Take Pleasure at This Time to Wish All
Our Friends and Acauaintances
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
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cemeteries instead of keeping them together
in one place.
Visit any cemetery and you will see pathetic
sights. Families completely torn apart, scat-
tered among strangers, lack of upkeepall
because the head of the family THOUGHT he
had provided properly.
No matter how long you have been a mem-
ber of an organizationno matter how much
you have paid in duesit would still be wiser
to get a family plot directly from Mount Nebo.
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general community,! takes pleasure in extending to all
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a empire
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PAGE EIGHT
fJenisfj ncridian
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER n, ^
Avigdor Golden,
Novelist and Poet
By A. M. RUBIN
[ssachar and Zobulun wore two
famous brothers, known to every
Jew who studied the Chumesh-
the Torah. The Talmud tells us
that Issaehar was a student of
the Torah who devoted all his
time to the pursuit of learning,
while Zobulun was a wealthy
trader, a merchant, who gave his
brother the means to study un-
interruptedly.
Since that time one of the old-
est and deeply rooted traditions
of the Jewish people, is the one
that men of business of wealth.
support the students who devote
their time to learning and cul-
ture. Our money-aristocrats, the
possessors Of the Mishmanei Ha-
AV1GDOR GOLDEN
aretz, (The fatness ol thi earth
have always ught s] ii itual sat-
isfaction and mental refreshment
in Mital Hashmayim. lTh( de
of Heaven \:\ the Jewish intel-
lectual accomplishment of our
thinkers, writers, artists, and
led mat rial-
ly and hi Iped circulate their pub-
d works.
For example, the eminent Rob
SI un Hai-----1, ., dukt and
outstanding h was
most ::.: j ntia man in thi
Royal Court in his day, invited
.. the ( nti mi rary Jewish
sag< s and they becati mbi rs
, ? his househ Id. He cared for
them and had their books wide-
.> distributed
His soi Rel V >si'. Hai
[ lowed in his fath r's footst ps
Other v\(althy Jiws thi .._:. the
, nt ..v.; .- in .. Sir M( s s
M ntil re | unite d th same
. Sii '' .-..- Montifiore in-
-: tut<.: th fam< us .- ci< ty Me-
kitzi S ir : : im, hie h str v t<
present th loss ol the work of
Jewish ; phers ar i .-. riti rs
.. d end 11 maki th
. lun s ( th< tr lit* rary w< rk
availal '.. I ::.. p< pl<
To this \ many t althj
Jews aw :..: T< mch. ral
Mi : .:.-ii Haskalah, h i h If
spread culture and build Yesh-
.-. th, the religious acada:-
su| : n communal institute its,
.. i p.-ssess a comri at-
titude I Je ish ks and their
auth -
S| i..-..: r u riting about
Jewish authors and their rk,
! :-.i should te thai I them
lives in .. well k:-.
m ml i r : ur J< ish commun-
ity ( gn ..: Miami We have in
mind Reverend Avigdor Golden.
Golden is a Se h chei bj pi U -
sion. Most of the great Jewish
; ... h rs ere either i tessu ri-
als r artisans The fai.....e | ..-
los pher Spinoza was a -
p inde r bj pr fessi n ::.^ ntial-
ly Avigdor Golden is a thinker,
a prolific writer, and a poet.
G, Iden needl no introduction
to the Jewish public ... He r.eeds
no indorsements. His literary
w rk both m prose and in verse
have been published in most of
Jewish periodicals from New
York to San Francisco, from
Texas to Canada Severals of his
stories have re-pubhshed.
Golden is a lyrical writer. He
touches the heartstrings of his
readers, for whom his stories re-
flect the tragic life of our people.
But Golden is no tragedian. Ho
can laugh through tears. He is
no bewailcr. and the word1 pic-
tures he paints evoke no melan-
choly mood.
Lot others evaluate the artistic
phase of Golden's writings. We
see in them an important con-
tribution to Jewish historical
studies, because Avigdor Golden
depicts a whole epic of Jewish
life describing types and institu-
tions that are gradually disap-
pearing. Thus his stories form
a source of material for future
Jewish historians.
Avigdor Golden was raised in
a poverty-stricken little Lithu-
anian town, His father was a
rabbi who in every respect was
greater than his environment.
greater in his learning, greater
also in his poverty, greater in his
wisdom gained by his experi.
ences of life as spiritual leader
I his community. The rabbi
gi inl ... need the spiritual
growth of Ins little son, and
.': develop in A\ igdol I "
k on life saturated with
J v. isl :: and und< stand-
ing.________
r Golden grew up
with the Jewish humor that is
i ss, with intel-
lectual sagacity that is tree from
the pi .- n of thi His
ttes n athe with under-
thy to all
- i i terisl
Ii
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942
vJewist fhoradiairi
PAGE NINE
Light Out Of Darkness
By RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Beth Sholem. Center, Miami Beach, Florida
sun,more darkness than sun-
light. Notwithstanding this legal
1 requirement for the Succah, the
Feast of Tabernacles is called
"Zmon simchoseinu"the season
of our rejoicing.
We see the light which will
emerge from the darkness.
Recently I visited a gentleman' see with the white part of the j We see the better future for
.. thc Jackson Memorial Hos- eyCi DUt wjtn tnc ^ark part, the; humanity, being born in this, hu-
:,.., He was in agony, suffer- '------'- -? ~
J acute pains despite the drugs *
that had been given
returned Fight from the darkness, the bar-
manity's darkest period.
Strength and Courage
By MRS. MOSES KREIGER. President
Women's Division, American Jewish Congress
Greater Miami Chapter
him. His I* seems unbelievable that the I
c.who "had gone out to tele- human^ race cjm ^emerge into
the physician.
"The doctor
phone
With this message:
gays he'll be over as soon as he s
through at the office. I told him
vou were in great pain, and he
was ulad to hear it. It's one of
the good signs of your case. The
stronger the pain, the surer you
are of an early recovery."
Paradoxical? Not necessarily.
To answer the questions of
those who are puzzled by
God's feat in creating light in
world where darkness alone
barism, which has encompassed
it. It also seems unbelievable to
the patient tossing in a bed of |
pain that he will ever know re-
lief. Yet, we know, "weeping
may tarry for the night, but joy
cometh in the morning." And,
the night is not yet over. .
Out of the 5702 years that are
now recorded in the archives
of Jewish history, many of them,
far. far too many, have been
spent in "darkness." But. we
FQBfcVICTORY
BUY
had reigned, our Sages point out have always emerged into the
man, too, obtains his \ight
through darkness. "You do not
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light. We have been conditioned
by our experiences to bear this
burden,!to see light through
darkness,better than our non-
Jewish neighbors throughout the
world. Jews do not despair of
the future.
The Jew knows that his life
is symbolized by the Succah:
"Tzilsoh m'rubbah mcichomsoh"
its shade is more than its
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TO AIL MY FRIENDS AND TO ALL
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1SIDOR GOLDSTEIN

HAPPY NEW YEAR
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It requires all the strength
and courage that we can muster
from the depths of our tradi-
tional fortitude to find one small
ray of hope and to steel our-
selves to face the unprecedented
world tragedy encompassing civ-
Uization today. How devastat- (
ing, heartbreaking, and faith- j
shattering are the facts brought!
to us by the events of the Global
War day after day! One sim-
I ply gasps for breath, not know-
' ing how to meet this challenge
to human endurance. What shall
our answer as Jews be to this
soul-searching challenge? The
world is too steeped in blood to
take notice of our terrible suf-
fering. It is only mentioned
casually now and then. True,
1 we Jews are part of this world
1 and have given a fair account of (
ourselves and have made some
notable contributions to its prog-
ress and civilization. Still, we
are today only a minority, and
' insignificant and infinitesimal
fragment, bleeding and tortured
in a bleeding and tortured work!
Our answer must be that Ve
will rely on our own strength,
no matter how feeble, that we
will hold fast to our gains, how-
ever slight, be firm in our faith,
"Our Rock and our Redeemer."
Surely, the God of Israel will not
permit justice, mercy, and truth
to vanish from the earth.
Strong leadership in this crisis
will help us tide over this cruel
epoch in our tragic history. The
American Jewish Congress is
making an heroic effort to
achieve and merit such leader-
ship and is helping to solve some
of the innumerable problems
confronting us. The Committee
on Jewish Affairs through Inter-
Faith by combating Anti-Semi-
tism is an activity of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress which has
achieved a measure of success,
compelling respect and under-
standing. My humble plea to
my fellow Jews in our commu-
nity is to resolve on this New
Year to Uphold the hands of our
leadership, nationally and lo-
cttPy- We dare not do less.
1 May the New Year bring us-
strength and courage to carry on

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SDBEEREST GREETINGS TOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH
M. B. G ARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
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DR. and MRS.
BARNEY WEINKLE
and FAMILY
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rJenisfi Fhridlfori
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
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dowed us may be powers for beyond question
The riewe expreeaed bv Mr. Boxer-
man are hb. own and do not nee-
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good or for evil ... So the facul-
ty of reasoning from the particu-
lar to the general may be exer-
cised wisely or destructively
The ability to generalize on the
basis of specific experience, un-
fortunately, often is abused .
Witness certain of our non-Jew-
ish neighbors who as the result
of on* unpleasant experience with
a person of the Jewish faith, jump
to the false conclusion that
"What can you expect? All Jews
are like that."
In a nearby community a
merchant dealing with a New
York Jewish wholesaler is dis-
satisfied with the treatment he
gets ... He writes a letter say-
ing that "It is no wonder that
Jews are not wanted in our
town." Later he regrets his
hasty words, but the harm al-
ready has been done, for "what's
written shall remain." When
the facts become known to his
fellow townsmen of the Jewish
faith, his hitherto friendly rela-
tions with them are destroyed.
An Unfortunate Plight
Well, this week, it is our plea-
sure to recount the story of how
through this same faculty of gen-
eralization, much good will has
been accrued to the benefit of the
Jewish group The story came
to us through an officer in the
U. S. Navy, so its authenticity is
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to our many Jewish
Friends
S. H. KRESS
. It seems that
one of the naval men, assigned
to sub-chasing,had to leave on
duty so quickly that he had no
opportunity to collect his pay be-
fore putting out to sea His
wife and children, dependent en-
tirely upon the sailor's income,
ultimately found themselves un-
able to meet their rent or to pur-
chase food for the table.
Yiddishe Harti
Being of the proud sort, the
wife was loathe to tell anyone of
their plight Had it not been
for the interest of her Jewish
landlords, t h e circumstances
might not have been known and
considerable suffering entailed
But these facts became known
to the Jewish landlords, (hus-
band and wife he happens to
be a member of B'nai B'rith, too)
owners of the apartment build-
ing in which the family lived
. Their "Yiddish* harts" was
touched Not only did they
wait a considerable time until
the husband returned from his
assignment and was able to pay
the rent, but more than that,
they reached into their own pock-
ets and provided food and money
so that the family might not suf-
fer any hardships.
Who Knows?
It is said that the light of a
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good deed casts its reflection far
and wide in a dark and troubled
world ... A good deed often
brings dividends in the most un-
expected manner We are cer-
tain that the Jewish couple who
thus exercised the traditional
Jewish virtue of tsedakah had no
ulterior motive in mind But
it so happened that when the
navy man returned from his as-
signment he was overwhelmed
with gratitude Perhaps he
had been under some misappre-
hension about Jews generally .
Perhaps he had heard some of
the stories which evil people
spread in a polyglot community
such as this Perhaps this ex-
perience opened his eyes to the
dangers of false generalizations
. Who knows?
Dividends
We do know that he circulated
the story of the landlords' con-
sideration far and wide He
emphasized the fact that it was
a Jewish couple to whose gene-
rosity he was indebted Com-
ing at a time when the naval
authorities have been trying to
negotiate a general understand-
ing with all landlords in Greater
Miami, the incident acquired
added significance perhaps out
of proportion to its importance
. Around navy headquarters
it became the perfect example of
how landlords can cooperate with
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Thus the kindness and eonsid.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942
fJewisti thrkMon
PAGE ELEVEN
MARCHING MEN
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
Two local families derived con-
siderable nachas last week from
photographs released through
the Associated Press ... In the
one case, Mrs. Morris Marks rec-
ognized her 19-year-old son,
Paul, in a group of marines land-
ing with Major James Roosevelt
just before the Makin Island
attack Paul joined the ser-
vice last January and took his
basic training at New River, N. C.
It was double nachas. though,
for the Morris Baida family .
For theirs was the thrill of recog-
nizing two of their family in a
similarly syndicated picture por-
traying the victory in the Solo-
mon Islands One picture was
that of Julius, 21, son of Morris
Baida The other, that of his
nephew, also named Julius, who
had enlisted with the McCarthy
platoon of marines in Miami in
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surely seeing plenty of it now!
Testimonials
From a Brookline. Massachu-
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thank you for your letter inform-
ing me that my son, Henry, takes
advantage of your entertainment
and programs ... I am very well
aware of the splendid work being
done by the U. S. O. throughout
the country and I hope and pray
that we will all be able to do
things for our boys in the armed
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From an Atlantic City rela-
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has lived with my husband and
myself since his Mother passed
away, almost seven years ago, so
you see it means a lot to us to
know what the Jewish Welfare
Board is doing for him."
. From a Providence. Rhode Is-
land, mother: "I am so pleased
that you are not only catering to
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my boy but many more boys like
my son."
From a Scranton. Pennsylva-
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is the means of making me as
well as all mothers feel that the
boys are being cared for and
their few leisure hours are filled
with enjoyment."
Pen Portrait
He's a cousin of Maurice Gross-
man, director of the YMHA .
But that's not why we write
about him, although the local
angle always provides a good
news peg No, Raphael Gross-
man would be good copy for an
army and navy column even if
he only were just another boy in
uniform provided that you
once heard him play and sing
. You wouldn't pick him out
of a crowd, this 24 year old shy,
retiring chap But after you
hear him make the violin talk,
you'll remember him for a long
time.
Raphael's background, as we
wormed it out of him, looks
something like this in abbrevi-
ated form: Born in Brooklyn in
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1918 son of Rabbi Jacob G.
Grossman of Temple Beth Elo-
him, New York spent one year
in Palestine at the Beth Sefer
Riali (Haifa); B. S. Julliard
School of Music, 1940; M. A., (in
Education) Columbia, 1942.
He's been fiddling since the
age of eight with greater or less
enthusiasm ... In the summer of
'40 he had what he describes
modestly as "a small solo part"
with the Gilbert and Sullivan
Light Opera Company, touring
the summer theaters in the east.
During the summer of '41 he was
baritone soloist at Allaben Acres
(on the "borscht" circuit in the
Catskills).
The draft caught him just two
weeks before he was to receive
his degree at Columbia, but he
managed to finish He put
teaching plans in moth balls for
the duration Inducted at Fort
Jay, he was sent to the reception
center at Camp Upton Made
himself useful for two weeks
singing in the army's "Opry
House" variety show Came
to the Beach June 13 Now
a private with the 576th TSS.
After the preliminary drill pe-
riod, his talents were recognized
by the special services office,
headed by Captain Louis C. Bar-
ley .. Since then has spent all
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his time entertaining the boys
. Rehearses every morning
with vocal group at Flamingo
Park band shell Participates
in religious services for all faiths,
including Jewish services and in-
terdenominational services .
Entertains RAF boys at the Al-
bion Hotel Plays and sings
also on the Flamingo variety
shows Appears as soloist on
the air force broadcast "Con-
tact" over WKAT
If Raphael is lucky enough to
be stationed on the Beach for
some time to come, the Greater
Miami army and navy commit-
tee hopes to exploit his talents.
What They're Saying
From Coleman Pont, son of
Mrs. Sadie Pont, 211 S. W. Fifth
Avenue Coleman, 24, entered
service as a private in February
. He has been promoted to
sergeant and is stationed at Fort
Benning, Ga. "It makes a
fellow feel good to hear that his
mother is happy, too ... I want
you to stay that way and it will
be easier for both of us Mom,
I went to a U. S. O. dance last
night and met I. M. Tell his
mother he looks o'kay ... I put
that picture of you, Aunt Rose,
and Aunt Lida on my shelf andl
it looks good.
"Mom, give my regards to thf-
Rabbi Tell him I'm doing;
o'kay ... In about two or three-
months I hope I can get another-
leave for about 10 or lb days
. Boy, will that be swellf ... I
just can't wait to show off my
new stripes (three of them!)
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vJenist Moridiairi
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER h
Looking Backward and
Forward
By RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON
Temple Emanu-El
Fort Lauderdale. Florida
What is the meaning of Rosh
Hashanah? Literally speaking,
this term denotes the beginning
of a new year. But there is an-
other Hebrew nameamong still
othersfor this holy day. Yom
Hazzikkaron means the Day of
Memorial.
We stand on the threshold be-
tween the past and the future,
and we divide our gaze in both
directions. As Yom Hazzikkaron
it is a day of looking backward,
and as Rosh Hashanah it is at
the same time meant to be a day
of looking forward. Calling to
remembrance the achievements
as well as the failures of the old
year, we turn our thoughts at
once to the fond and fervent
hopes we cherish for the new
year
It makes one think of a cer-
tain ancient Italian deity called
Janus The month of January
is named for him. He was the
god of beginnings; and he was
literally two-faced, one face look-
ing towards the east and the
other face towards the west. Like
that strange Roman divinity, we
are equally inclined to look both
backward and forward on our
New Year Day of Memorial.
In doing so let us throw be-
hind us everything that is evil,
unpleasant, and painful, what-
ever is bad and false and ugly;
and let us seek to place before
our eyes a vitalizing vision of
all that is good and true and
beautiful. Tennyson, in words
which themselves fairly ring out.
has expressed this thought mosi
melodiously:
"Ring out the old. ring in the
new,
Ring, happy bells, across
the snow;
The year is going, let him
go;
Ring out the false, ring in
the true."
Hazzikkaron. Here is its re-
frain:
Tichleh shanah v'killelosehah;
Tachcl shanah u-virchosehah!
These, then, are the timely
and tradition-hallowed senti-
ments which we would do well
to harbor in our hearts on this
New Year of Memorial. Looking
both backward and forward, wo
can exclaim:
"Perish the old year and all
its curses;
Welcome the new year with
all its blessings!"
By JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Rabbi
Congregation Shatjray Tefila
Miami Beach, Florida
Victory!
ory
wm
This same spirit of healthy op-
timism and courageous hope, so
sorely needed among us all in
these days and nights of storm
and stress, is to be found feel-
ingly expressed in an old He-
brew liturgical poem which is
chanted by pious Jews on the
eve of Rosh Hashanah. of Yom
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"Tichlo Shono Vekilleloseiho,"
"May the year with its curses
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ple. For the old year was indeed
u year full of pains, a year full
of sorrows, a year full of unheard
of calamity, a year full of un-
precedented struggle.
Each day brought us news
I worse than that of the preceding
day. We hoped for good but there
was no good: we hoped for peace,
but instead there came terror.
Dark clouds arc hovering in the
skies over the democracies. As
usual, the Israelites were the
first victims of this tragedy.
When I say as usual. I refer to
the countless times in history
when the persecutions of the
Jew served as a prelude to other'
persecutions and even wars, If'
the world had only realized that i
Israel's struggles and oppression* j
were merely a screen behind
which the preparations were I
made for this world struggle; if
only the democracies had been
able to stop the fivers of blood
flowing so mercilessly from the
innocent peoples of Europe; if
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but now is not the time h. i
ful thinking. Let bygoLbeT
goncs and let US face thc ft>
with steadfastness andi or ^
In Gematriah. the p^
5702 may be written "Hishj?
is" which means "to cease t
the end of the year 5702 ta
g*an end l0 this -3
"V-Tocheil Shono UbircW
lho, and "May the New v.
5703 begin with its blessin?
May it bring relief to the suffer-
ers; May it bring safety to M
fleets in the turbulent oceans
and seas; May it bring courage
to our flyers, Strength to w
soldiers, success and victory to
our country and its allies May
this New Year restore justice to
the world and may the words
"For out of Zion shall go forth
the Law and the word of the
Lord from Jerusalem" be once
more a reality and not a hope
Amen.
Have yoU bought your De-
fense Bonds ytiil
COMPLIMENTS
LaFrance Cleaners
& Dyers
2+4 N. W. 35th Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WM. B. LaBAW
ACCOUNTANT
Commercial Arcade
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To My Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
H. C. Wilcox Garage
Ph. 3-91M 2901 N. W. 2nd Avi
TO ALLA HAPPY NEW YEAR
BLANCHE'S SUNDRIES
"It is our pleasure to serve yn,."
'428 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7.9l29
TRrwiik;,V.'f Tl,at ,:'"x
s A.L,.PALM CREAM
And Distributor! i>f
ROYAL PALM mi iv
TRlVsKIMS'
ROYAL PALM
CREAMERY
P H OlnNEPOr3,,.e.), S 5
To Our Friends and All Jewry
a happy reew year
Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss
and Family
SINCERE NEW YEAR
... GREETINGS
We Appreciate Your Patronage
MERCHANTS EGG CO.
SEASONS GREETfNOS
TARADASH
PROPERTIES, INC.
...j}21 Lincoln Road
MMMJ BEACH. FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE BLUE DERBY
On the Trail at 7th Avenue
701 S. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONES2-9315. -3-9383
Dining Room. Counter an*
Curb Service
FULL COURSE DINNER. 66c
BLUE PLATE. 35c
NEW YEAR GRftTlNQS
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RESIDENTIAL, INDUSTtflAL-
MARINE STORES
Wiring, Repairs
Alterations of All Kinds
3400 North Miami Avenue
PHONES: 3-62947-3082
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Courtesy Service Comfort
Park View Apartments
N. Zucktrwan. Manager
241 N. w. 3rd S*., Miami. Fla.
Bed Room efficiency
PHONE 9605 V
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A. b, F.
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.-_ .. Management
125-135 N. E. 13th St___Ph. 3-5010
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
13 Years Same Location and
AUTO COLLISION
WORKS, INC.
CHAS. WINKELMAN, Mgr.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
t1IN, W. 27th Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
8- Halperin phone 3_<6M
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PICCIOLO
SteX! 'chop". RJ,1'r.,I ,nntr*
vio?/. IV.gheftV-
TA*r?Y.,MANY FR|ENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
W. H. PEACE
BUILDING INSPECTOR
Extends Best Wishe. for A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
NEW Y6AR GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. STEIN
AND FAMILY
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Jewelry
Luggage
Neveltin
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& LUGGAGE CO,
39 N. MIAMI AVE.
PHONE 2-3268
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER H. 1942
vJewisfi Fk>ricfiann
PAGE THIRTEEN
The Blessing of Religion
By ALEXANDER S. KLEINFELD. Rabbi
Congregation B'nai Israel
St. Petersburg, Fla.
When we cast our eyes abroad
ind behold the thousand ills in
the course of our lives, when we
consider that naked we entered
this earthly life, and naked we
must leave it, we feel that life
has not sufficient charms to com-
pensate us for the many vex-
ations to which we are constantly
subjected.
Let us begin with any walk of
life, any scientific pursuit, any
mercantile speculation And let
our plans be ever so well laid, let
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Lucky Four Products Co.
Buy Florida Made Products
Manufacturer* of Mayonnaise, Sal-
ad Dressing. Mustard. Vinegar,
Maple Syrup, BarBQ Sauce.
722 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-3800
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
ASSOCIATES
our experience and forethought
be ever so matured: some un-
forseen disappointment will frus-
trate our efforts at the very mo-
ment when we believe we have
achieved success.
Ask any man of wealth whe-
ther his desires arc gratified. For
the moment he may think that
he is content, but inwardly he is
yearning for something which
neither wealth nor success can
supply because peace does not
result from a pursuit where ev-
erything is made to yield to pne
absorbing controlling thought.
Let us understand that none of
us can look with calmness and
peace, if we have nothing but
earthly possessions and human
wisdom for our share in this
world.
If we survey the gifts we have
sincere: wishes for
a happy new year
THE LUDMAN CORP.
Phone 2-8496
116 N. E. 6th Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
NATIONAL
FIRE & MARINE
INSURANCE CO.
E. C. THRALL
FLORIDA GENERAL AGENTS
2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd..
PHONE 4-3502
Coral Gables and Jacksonville
received from the Almighty, we
must conclude that, however
precious may be the blessings or
life and health, the light which
guides the spirit to a knowledge
of what is best suited to the sat-
isfaction of the inward mind, re-
ligion is by far the most precious
gift of all.
The knowledge of religion is
the gift of God, which more than
all other possessions heals the
wounds with which we are struck
today, which teaches the humble
to become great when freedom
of the world is attained, which
instructs the captive to be of
good hope when the chains will
be broken, where no bolts and
massive doors shut out the light
of heaven. Religion teaches us
that righteousness will not re-
main ungratified where the
longings of the oppressed will be
fulfilled, where no taskmaster is
to be feared, where the wicked
can exercise no tyranny over the
unarmed and helpless people.
Let us then, beloved brothers
and sisters, seize on this hope,
this way of salvation. For us
there is but one solace in the
hour of danger of European Jew-
ry; let us take to heart that twice
was our temple destroyed, but
Israel is still the living witness
that the Jewish spirit cannot be
destroyed.
Let us awaken to the sound
of the Shofar! It is time to wor-
ship, if we strive honestly and
sincerely our progress and goal
will gain momentum, the Lord
will then humble the tyrants. Ht
will break the fetters of the op-
pressed and bring them redemp-
tion. Let us leave to God the is-
sue, He only wounds for a time
that our cure may be permanent.
May He in mercy hear our pray-
ers and return to us in everlast-
ing glory. To the house of Jacob
and Israel I send greetings for
a happy New Year.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MILLER MUNDY. Inc.
Auto Rentals
1030 ALTON ROAD
PHONE 5-1013
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
KINSMAN
LANDSCAPE CO.
Isle of Normandy Phone 6-1677
MIAMI BEACH
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PEARL BROS., Inc.
Distributors of KOSHER ZION DELICATESSEN
1725 N W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141
NIELRuSE
BEAUTY SALON
SEASON-S GREETINGS
3400 N. W. 27th Ave. Ph. 3-9375
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Kosher Zion Sausage Co., Inc.
37th Street and Normal Avenue
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AND SMOKED MEATS
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and
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OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA
DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN
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UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA
TTP*"f9
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
LARRY MARKS & CO.
37 N. E. 1st Avenue
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
The Best Chop Suey in Town!
0
CHICKEN CHOW MEIN
R I E N T A L
GARDEN
272 West Flagler Street
Open All Summer
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
JAMES DRUG SHOP
30 S. E. Second Ave.
Phone 2-1779
Rabbi Josch Gitin. who has been
named director of the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation at the Univer-
sity of North Carolina.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE PUBLIC
SELF-SERVICE STORES
'A STORE FOR THE
ENTIRE FAMILY"
337 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-5921
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO All Our Friends
And Patrons
AL PFLEUGER
TAXIDERMIST
PHONE 2-1424
1367 N. Miami Avenue
To Our Many Jewish Friends
We Extend
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
G. O. REED. Inc.
ENGINEERS AND
CONTRACTORS
1345 Twentieth Street
MIAMI BEACH
Season's Greetings To All
MAGIC CITY
BOTTLE & SUPPLY
Phone 2-6666 2049 N. W. 2nd Ave.
"Watch for the Opening of Our
New and Larger Quarters"
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
M. & M. Dredging
& Construction Co.
Postal Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Sincere New Year Wishes to
Our Friends and Patrons
HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
PONY BAR
224 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9428
Best Wishes To
Our Many Friends
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
INVESTORS
SYNDICATE
Congress Building
PHONE 2-2661
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
C. H. LM
FOUNDRY AND
MACHINE CO.
105-109 N. W. 5th Street
PHONE 2-5840
i
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
KENHOLZ'S
STRICTLY KOSHER
MEAT AND
POULTRY
MARKET
1041 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-3992


PAGE FOURTEEN
fJewist flcrldiciri
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER U
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
MIS Euclid Avenu*
Miami Beach
DR. SAMUKL. BENSIO.t. RabM
ISM Jrff*rnon Avenu*
Itione 5-4781 or S-47M
Miami Beach
Schedule of Serricet
Daily at 8 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.;
Kabbalos Shabbos. Friday at 7
p. m.; Saturday at 9 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.; Sunday at 8:30 a. m.,
and Military at 9 a. m.
Rosh Hashona Service*
Dr. Samuel Bcnsion will con-
duct the services and deliver all
the sermons. Friday. Sept. 11th
at 7 p. m., sermon topic. "Vision
and Hallucination."
Saturday. Sept. 12th at 8 a. m..
sermon at 10 a. m. on the subject
of "Megalomania and Self Ef-
facement."
Sunday at 8 a. m. Sermon at
10 a. m. on the subject of "The
Phenix.'" The blowing of the
Shofar will take place on Sun-
day at 10:30 a. m.
Men in Uniform
All service men are cordially
invited to attend our services as
the distinguished and welcome
guests of the Center. Two hund**,
red choice seats have been ie-
served for the soldiers and ar-
rangements have been made for
overflow services in the event
of larger numbers attending.
YixkorMemorial Services
Yizkor Memorial services
will take place at the Center on
Yom Kippur on Monday. Sept.
21st at 10:30 a. m. All those de-
siring the mention of departed
relatives and the offering up of
the "El Molay Prayer" must make
arrangements at the Center office
immediately. No names will be
accepted at the Yizkor services
themselves.
Congratulations
We extend our sincerost con-
gratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Ir-
ving Nelson whose son. Donald,
became Bar Mitzva at the Center
Synagogue. Donald is a pupil of
our Hebrew School and made a
splendid impression.
Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
of good fortune at the commence-
ment of the New Year, and for
many years to come.
Sisterhood
A meeting of the Sisterhood
board was held at the Center last
Wednesday night. Mrs. Ben Mar-
bach presided. Dr. Bension ad-
dressed the meeting and outlined
a plan of activities for the com-
ing year. The first event of the
sepson will be a Biblical bazaar,
which will take place directly af-
ter the Succoth festival. Plans
have also been formulated lor
a series of lectures and concerts
with outstanding artists and lec-
turers as part of the Sisterhood
cultural program. The Sister-
hood adopted as its project fo:
the year the completion and fur-
signing of the Sociu. Hall at a
cc--: of $2,000.
Service Men Lntertainments
Under the auspices of the Sis-
terhood and Red Cross Volunteer
Unit entertainments and dances
L'SHONO TOVO
TIKO-SA-VOO
BT RABBI L. LEHRER
Congregation B'nai Zion
Key West, Florida
to the parents and the Bar Mitzva and refreshments Girls and WO-
A son has been born to Mr.: men are requested to com i and
and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Sexton I t as dancing partners and le-
of the Center, just at the Slichot j freshment hostesses,
services on Saturday, Sept. 5th at
midnight. May he be a harbinger
I am extending New Year's
! greetings to you, my friends, the
i desired progress in the direction
I of those ideals toward which we
are working.
May our spiritual progress
keep pace with the material
strides we are making.
Let us, during the coming
j year, concern ourselves witht all
that is worthy and noble in life.
May the coming year witness a
greater solidarity of Jewish Fel-
lowship in our midst, and the
cultivation of those virtues that
were for so long the distinctive
mark of every Torah-true Jew.
L'shono tovo tiko-ray-voo.
May the New Year h, ~
you and yours new oomS^ to
for happiness and Jgg***
our institutions for worfh, "*
knowledge grow and **
And the spirit of |L*2*
purity and spiritual couraJ^'
meate your home. $}*
KEEP "EM FLYING-By h,
ing Defense Btangjgjg
CONGREGATION
SHAARAY TEFIU
440 Espanola Way
Miami Beach
New Year services are schM
uledI for Friday, Sept. ntj, ,*
m.. Sat.. Sept. 12th, 8 a. m ,nV
p m; Sun., Sept. 13th 8 a.^
ann 6P'- ? Rabbi ^kovsS
will officiate at the services and
preach on "Who Should Follow
Whom?' on the first day and or,
the subject. "The Call of Shofar
at the second day s services
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
WILLIAM "BILL" BURBRIDGE
YOUR COUNCILMAN
MIAMI BEACH......FLORIDA
IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL
JEWRY A TRULY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture
STATE OF FLORIDA
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
PHONE 2-4033
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
113 Shoreland Arcade
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE, Inc.
"TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY"
301 N. W. 9th Arenue Miami, Florida
PHONE 3-4011
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN
AND SURA LEE
EXTEND TO THE
Executive Committee and Cooperative Council
of the Florida Regional Office
or THE
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
OF
B'NAI B'RITH
AND TO
FLORIDA JEWRY
Sincere WUhee far Their Happineee Throughout the Y
HEARTIEST WISHES
TO ALL MY JEWISH
FRIENDS
for a
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
PAT WHITAKER
TAMPA. FLORIDA
MR. and MRS. I. L. MINTZER
AND FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY PATRONS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
JENSEN'S
LIQUOR STORES
1601 S. W. Eirhth St.
1723 S. W. Eifhth St.
2700 S. W. Eighth St.
2698 W. Flakier St.
2700 Coral Way
phone : I t
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS. LOUIS E. PALLOT
AND FAMILY
AND THE
NORTON TIRE CO.
INC .
500 WEST FLAGLER. CORNER 5th AVENUE
PHONE 3-4639
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS .... To Our Jewish Friends
Miami Home Milk Producers Association
Owned and Operated By Local Dairy Farmers
GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK-SOUR CREAM-SWEET BUTTER-COTTAGE CHEESE
DRINK
"HOME MILK"
FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE
PHONE 2-7896 wmmm^mum
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942
+Jewisti f/crldiajn
PAGE FIFTEEN
Sholem Lodge B'nai Brith
By LOUIS HEIMAN. Vice President
Miami. Florida
As the old year ends and the
neW year begins, the thought that
comes to our mind, with refer-
ence to the membership of Sho-
lem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. is our
responsibility as an organization
while the world in conflict is
raging- We notice a disposition
on the part of many people to
forget the home front, and to
think only of the war front.
Many of them are dropping their
interest in local organizations,
and ceasing to pay their dues.
Some of them say that they do
not have any further time or
money for local organizations, on
account of the purchase of War
Bonds and contributing to the
war effort. What these sincere
but misguided people fail to real-
ize is that many of our organi-
zations have geared their pro-
grams, as far as possible, to ac-
complish as much as possible in
the war effort. In the case of
Sholem Lodge, we have partici-
pated in the Scrap Drive. We are
cooperating with the Morale
Committee of the Dade County
Defense Council. We are render-
ing our influence toward having
our members give accommoda-
tions to soldiers and sailors for
the High Holy Days. We were
recently hosts to the Servicemen
at the Servicemen's Center of
the Army and Navy Committee
on Saturday night, August 29th.
All of these matters, and others
which it is unnecessary to men-
tion are connected with the war
effort. Surely, everyone will
agree that these are worth while
undertakings. However, if those
on the home front continue to
be lukewarm and disinterested
toward organizations, how can
such worthy projects be carried
through to completion?
Furthermore, in the case of
B'nai B'rith, should anyone be
so foolish as to say that Hillel
and A. Z. A. activities should be
abandoned because America is
now at war?
Should not our efforts be re-
doubled toward doing everything
possible to assist our youth, upon
whose shoulders will rest great
responsibilities in the not too dis-
tant future?
As the new year begins, we
therefore urge all members of
B'nai B'rith, and members of
other organizations as well, to
continue their interest and ef-
forts on their behalf.
When the war is ended with
victory to the Allied Nations, we
will then be strong enough to
continue our worth while pro-
grams in peacetime, as we are
now doing in wartime.
Remembering that our Order
stands for benevolence, brotherly
love and harmony, we trust that
these shall prevail and be upper-
most in our minds, and may
there soon be Sholem peace
soon for all mankind.
We wish everyone a Happy
and Prosperous New Year.
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
MONSALVATGE & DRANE
DISTRIBUTORS OF
OPTIMO CIGARS
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SAM GOLDSTEIN AND FAMILY
KING'S CLEANERS and SHOE REBUILDERS
1679 Alton Road Miami Bch. Fla.
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
PHONE 8-2 15 1
MR. AND MRS. WM MECHLOWITZ AND
THE NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET
424-428 Collins Avenue -Miami Beach
WISH FOR ALL JEWRY
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
WISHING A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY
AT MIAMI
L A. USINA. President
Alfred L duPont Building
East FlagWr Street at Second Avenue
To Our Many Frlnd n* Ptrom
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SHULL FURNITURE
COMPANY
At Our New Modern Locatton
1030 S. W. 0th STREET
Sincere New Year Greeting*
TUTTLE GARAGE
GENERAL. REPAIRS & STORAGE
FENDER and IJODT WORK
OAS and OILS
Washing Polishing Greasing
25 S. E. 4th St.. Ph. 3-2*12
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY HEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
HARRY ZUKERNICK
MR. and MRS.
BARNEY HANSON
AND FAMILY
and the
HANSON ROOFING
COMPANY
PIONEER ROOFERS IN
THIS AREA
414 S. W. 22nd AVENUE
MIAMI
PHOHE 4 5860
WISH AI^L A
HAPPY HEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
MYRON MILLER
and DORIS
1U S. W. 1Mb Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
aREKTINOS
FOR A MOST JOYOUS
HEW YEAR
HAND & SEYBOLD
INSURANCE AGENCY
IHC.
404 Seykold Bltlf
Telephone 3-4751
WRITING ALL KINDS
OF INSURANCE
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
T61 41at Street
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-9793
S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
1450 S. W. 17th Terrace. Miami
Phone 2-3J73
5703
Services ushering in the New
Year 5703 will begin at 7:30 this
evening. Mr. Julius Rosenstein
will chant the liturgy. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei will lead in the Eng-
lish prayers and responses. He
will preach on, "The JewMore
Sinned Against Than Sinner."
Tomorrow morning the services
for the first day Rosh Hashonah
will begin at 9 o'clock. Mr. Lewis
Green will chant the Schacharis
service and will read the Torah.
Mr. Julius Rosenstein will chant
the Mussoff prayers. Rabbi Mach-
tei will lead in the English por-
tions of the ritual. His sermon-
subject will be: "The Book of
Records."
The evening service for the
second day Rosh Hashonoh will
be held at 7:30 tomorrow night.
Mr. Lewis Green will chant the
prayers.
On Sunday, the services will
begin at 8 a. m. Mr. Green and
Mr. Rosenstein will chant. Rabbi
Machtei will preach on "Abide
You Here."
Dr. Max Ellis, acting president
of the Center will be in charge of
the services of the Junior Con-
gregation, in the upper auditorium
of the Center. Rabbi Machtei
will preach sermonettes to the
junior Congregation on Saturday
and Sunday mornings.
Sefer Torah and Parocha*
The Scroll of the Law and the
silver ornaments which President
Alfred B. Rosenstein purchased
in New York City have arrived
and will be in use during the
High Holy Day services.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin's
gift has also arrived. It is a
Parodies, a front-curtain-drape
for the ark. Its beauty is breath-
taking, white with gold lettering,
trimming and braids.
The Kiddush cup donated by
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schiff has
already been added to the re-
ligious ceremonial objects of Beth
Sholem Center, and will be used
for the Kiddush prayer this eve-
ning.
May these donors, and others,
know the full joy of giving, the
blessings of unselfish service and
sacrifice, during the year 5703
and the years ahead. May He
who justly claims, "The silver is
Mine, and Mine is the gold," re-
plenish their supply, to enable
them to continue to give.
Memorial Liat
If you have any names that you
want included in the Yizkor ser-
vice on Yom Kippur, relatives of
friends who have "gone to sleep
with their forefathers," please ob-
tain a Yizkor or Memorial card
from the sexton, or at the Cen-
ter office. The cards are to be
filled out before Yom Kippur
and returned to the Center, by
mail or in person, prior to the Kol
Nidrei service.
The Yom Tot Spirit
Jewish men of our armed forces
will worship with us. To make it
a real Yom Tov for them, a home-
cooked Jewish meal will make
them happier than the "chow"
furnished by Uncle Sam. Invite
one or more men home for a
meal. That will be Hochnosos
Orchim at its best. It's patriotic.
It's Jewish.
Season's Greeting*
Beth Sholem Center extends its
wishes for a Shonoh Tovah to
all its members, their families,
and Klol YisroeL It assures
President Alfred B. Rosenstein
and other absent members that,
though they must be absent in
body, we feel their presence and
know that they are with us in
spirit. May their prayers be an-
swered, for good, along with the
prayers of all Israel on these
Holy Days. Amen.
The Rumanian Minister of the
Interior has announced that by
the Fall of 943 Rumania will be
completely Judenrein.
MAX'S
DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT
1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
ROSH HASHONO 5703
By RABBI MANUEL GREENSTEIN
Congregation Belh El
West Palm Beach. Fla.
September 12th marks the be-
ginning of a new year according
to the Jewish calendar and our
people will utter New Year's
greetings one to another. They
will all pause from their daily
duties and enter synagogues and
temples to pray and to take stock
of the events that have come
upon the world. They will note
that conditions arc becoming in-
creasingly more difficult from
year to year, and the beginning
of the New Year holds little
apparent hope for the immedi-
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ate alleviation of the situation.
Everyone will therefore come
into the house of worship with
a heavy heart and a depressed
mood. Everyone has been af-
fected. Those we love will be
missing from their regular pews.
Mothers and fathers will shed an
additional tear for the son who
is far away, perhaps across the
seas. Prayers will rise to God
from hearts full of pain and long-
ing for the absent ones.
The unspoken, but deeply felt
question, rising from our hearts
will be the ancient utterance of
the Psalmist. "From whence shall
my help come?" It is hoped that
when the solemn season ends,
and the last prayer is said, every
worshiper will be able to answer
for himself, "My help cometh
from the Lord, who made heaven
and earth."
In this great catastrophe we
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i will find no greater comfort than
in the source of our spiritual
i life. In the rapidly changing
scene we have all been drawn
closer to our Heavenly Father.
We are heeding more carefully
! the ancient counsel of Isaiah,
jwho spoke to us centuries ago
'and said, 'Come, my people, en-
ter thou into thy chambers, And
shut thy doors about thee: Hide
thyself for a little moment, Un-
til the indignation be overpast."
Ours is not a day of rational
thinking. Rather is it a day of
storm and stress when an un-
controlled tempest has come
upon us. to maim and to wound,
to destroy and to lay waste,
to murder and to kill. It is,
. therefore, not sufficient to fight
; against it. but also to turn to God
the real source of our salvation.
The Jewish people has been
dedicated from of old to spiritual
living, and it must lead the way
back to God. It must return to
the storehouse of our tradition
which is the Synagogue. At all
times the Synagogue has been
the haven from hatred and per-
secution, and it is to this day
our greatest source of comfort.
Here we achieve a feeling of kin-
ship and fellowship with God.
Here we may taste of our spir-
itual treasures which is still
strange and foreign to many of
us. Here will become clear to
us the things we stand for. and
the ideals the United Nations arc
fighting for. All democratic
peoples have accepted the basic
principles of religion which up-
holds justice and righteousness,
brotherhood and love.
The Jewish people then must
reenter its own home, the Syna-
gogue. It must reawaken its
youth to an awareness of the
gifts of centuries of sages and
scholars. In this task no one of
us must fail, for upon our re-
turn to these ideals can the
words of the Psalmist become
real to us. "My help cometh from
the Lord." Through Jewish wor-
ship and Jewish education our
people will be sustained and all
Israel will carry home to its own
heart a great faith in eternal
principles, which will bring them
nearer to God our Father and
He will listen to our prayer and
answer.
May God grant us all a very
happy New Year, and may He
grant speedy victory to our na-
tion, and peace to all mankind.
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Wish All Their
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1942
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
WHAT DOES MATTER?
By RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Congregation Beth Jacob
Miami Beach
No matter how the affairs of
war will develop this month the
prayers we shall utter up to the
Omnipotent these High Holy
Days will be exactly the same
as every year. Neither defeat nor
triumph will affect our liturgy.
Perhaps you may think that
this emphasizes the formalism
of our religion. Far from it. Our
religion is so deep, so rich in hu-
man experience and divine direc-
tion, that within its scope are in-
cluded not alone the vicissitudes
of millenia that have passed, but
every phase of the uncharted
vistas that lie ahead.
In former generations the vic-
tories of war were measured in
acreage of annexation, and in
fields of burial ground. In this
generation war is defined as
"fluid," and victories are measur-
ed in terms of self-sufficiency,
adequacy of resources, spheres
of commercial influence. Nazis
call it "Lebensraum."
Our religion recognizes neither
standard. Victory is to be mea-
sured in the development of hu-
manity, and the strength of faith
in God.
Former wars created the basic
reasons for new wars and more
bloodshed. The present war cre-
ates an unprecedented de-popu-
lation, and destruction of our
standard of living and economic
structure. If it is not to lay down
the foundations for new wars, it
must establish a different vic-
tory.
We pray at the turning of the
year, for the welfare of our pres-
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VERY HAPPY
AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ident and of our country; for the
safety of our armed forces; for
the subduing of our enemies. But
we pray for much more. Brother-
ly love, a desire that men work
in unison for the promotion of
the four freedoms and peace;
these are our plea. Through these
alone can a new world be cre-
ated. This is the changeless call
of our religion.
So it is that our faith remains
unchanging in a changing world.
Not that it requires change. We
require constant realignment to
come into closer harmony with
its postulates. It is we who stand
in need of betterment. "We do
not sustain the ark of the To-
rah; it sustains us," say our
Rabbis. Through greater faith
and devotion to our tradition we
can find sustenance, strength and
promise.
This year let us devote ourselv-
es more earnestly to the precepts
of our religion. In our commun-
ity much is in need of our change
of heart. The unification and ex-
tension of our Talmud Torah ac-
tivities require a serious parent-
hood. The observance of the Sab-
bath needs propaganda, preach-
ing, teaching and practicing.
Eyes need opening to the pro-
found laws of Jewish family
purity unknown, forgotten or
wilfully neglected. All this, aside
from our philanthropic obliga-
tions to oppressed Jewry the
world over, and to our hospi-
tality toward our servicemen.
As we enter upon a new year,
let religion remind us of the
things that do matter. With re-
newed faith in our beliefs and
loyalty to its tenets may we
learn to create a new world.
On behalf of myself and my
family, and in the name of the
Beth Jacob Congregation, and its
affiliated organizations, I wish
one and all a Happy New Year.
To Our Friends and Customers
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New Year can bring to
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"As our Jewish neighbors
and friends approach an-
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cate ourselves to the great
principles which have
welded us into one people
in a United Nation. The
close of another fruitlul
year in a long procession
since the ancient origins of
Jewish culture commands
the admiration of the civ-
ilized world."
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PHONE 2-4159
25 N. E. 20th Street
MR. and MRS.
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wish their friends
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very
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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TO ALL MY
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Jji
W. CECIL WATSON
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PHONE 8*31
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Orlando, The City Beautiful]
Rosh Hashona Greeting
For 5703-1942
By RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
Congregation Ohev Sholom
Orlando. Florida
"Evil shall slay the wicked:
and they that hate the righteous
shall be desolate. The Lord re-
deemeth the soul of his servants;
and none of them that trust in
Him shall be desolate."Psalm
34.
There comes a time in the
lives of individuals and nations
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Seat Coveri and Top Work
Duco and Dulux Painting
Body and Fefider Repairing
when running away from evil
and evil-doers becomes sure
death. To be constantly among
the pursued can be more ex-
hausting and suicidal than to
stand up and face the pursurer.
Bialik. the great Hebrew poet,
cried out for the Jew to face
death fronting the enemy rather
than to always flee and be over-
taken and be killed like an ani-
mals. In his famous poem "City
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Orange County
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of Slaughter" dealing with the
tragic pogroms which occurred in
Russia during his lifetime. Bia-
lik urges the Jews to stop dying
like helpless and inhuman slaves,
but to die (if necessary) fight-
ing back the cruel and brutal
enemy, like noble human beings.
As we now view the world strug-
gle between good and evil, we
Jews must always keep in mind
Bialik's exhortation.
Rosh Hashonah 5703 will be
ushered in by Jews with heads
held high. Every source of faith
and strength will be tapped.
Every word in our holy liturgy
will be uttered in hope and en-
couragement. Every prayer will
be offered as a paen for courage
and determination. We must be
more than ever convinced that'
"evil shall slay the wicked. And
they that hate the righteous shall i
be desolate." Instead of running,
away and flinching and crouch-
ing in abject fear from the on-
rush of the "evil-doers" we shall
garner all defense weapons and
stand up and continue our fight
in the conviction that "the Lord
redeemeth the sould of His ser-
vants; and none of them that
trust in Him shall be desolate."
In the world struggle in which
we arc engaged we realize that
| victory shall only be won at the
sacrifice of comforts, possessions
|and even lives. We Americans
haven't yet begun to fight. We
: American Jews must be prepared
! to make every sacrifice, along
with all freedom-loving peoples
everywhere, to assure redemp-
tion. This Rosh Hashanah sea-
son should find every American
Jew alert to both the call of duty
and the call of faith. Others may
falter, but we must cither do
or die. We live through days
when merely having faith or be-
lieving in a religion is not
enough. We are called upon to
test our faith and religion every
day. Rosh Hashanah should re-
new in us the great strength
possessed by our forefathers in
ages past. Some lived through
bitter days. Many millions did
not. Some were martyrs and
some were mere pebbles under
the brutal stamp 0f heanW
murderers. Some fought ba X
forces of evil, in armie, alH
u~i_*:_ij- LS and on
battlefields of
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Others were trampled u **
lucked about until they'V
peared or agonizing fc^g
them surcease. gaie
The time has come this w
Hashanah 5703 to make Kl
resolution^ If Jews must die'n
th.s world struggle let ,hem n
die in slavery or as fleeing J
o be ultimately caught in lh.
trap of death anyway. We mJ
resolve to stand and fight 2
our very lives as fearless men
and true servants of the cau
of human liberty. "Evil shall
slay the wicked." That is basw
Judaism. Without that hallowed
conviction our hands are weak
and our hearts easily dismayed.
"None of them that trust in Him
shall be desolate." is the Psalm-
ist's belief and Judaism's faith
Of course we cannot blind our
eyes to the fact that already mil-
lions of innocent men, women
and children who did have
"trust in Him" have been made
desolate. Yet the cause for which
they suffered is not lost or hope-
less. We shall fight and pray on
for victory. L'Shanah Tovah.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942
*Jewisti fkridHknn
PAGE NINETEEN
The Cry Of A Lost Soul
By RABBI BENJAMIN G. EISENBERG
Congregation Rodolph Sholom
Tampa, Florida
At nightfall, travellers on the
River Amazon in South America |
sometimes hear a most mournful
wail as they sail down the river!
between dense forests. The In-1
dian guides tell them that this
most mournful wail comes from
a bird and the sound is so pitie-
ous, tragic and sad that they
have given the bird a name which
means, "The Cry of a Lost Soul."
As planet Earth makes its
revolution around the sun in the
past year, it left behind it a
trailing comet of wailing sound
and vapored tears. The wailing
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sound traveled to the four cor-
ners of the universe and the
planets and stars stopped their
heavenly course to pause and
hear whence comes this wailing
cry. And deep called unto deep
and a voice from infinity answer,
ed and said. "It comes from man
who dwells on Earth." And the
sound was so pitieous. tragic and
sad that they called it, "The
Cry of a Lost Soul."
The history of the past year
has been but one prevailing cry
the cry of a lost soul. It took
centuries for man to discover a
glimpse of his soula genera-
tion to lose it. He is again grop-
ing in the dark, stumbling in a
maze. At some point in the re-
volving doors of civilization he
lost his sense of direction and is
now whirling about not knowing
whether he is coming or going.
He is building to destroy and is
destroying to build. He is multi-
plying so that more can die on
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New Year
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ORLANDO, FLORIDA
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the battlefield and more die on
the battlefield so that the rem-
nant can multiply. He builds
ships to make the water high-
ways safe for communication,
and more ships to destroy that
safety. He spends years in learn-
ing how to fly and more years
in means of shooting himself out
of the sky. He invents serums
to save lives and gases to destroy
them. The pennies to feed the
mouths of the hungry and he
does not have but spends mil-
lions to feed the mouths of can-
non. He lives in a world of milk
and honey but has not learned to
feed himself. He gives himself
aires and imagines that he is
great but he is only a lost soul
and does not know that he is
lost!
Sometime in the past the Lord
of the Universe heard man's
mournful cry and was filled with
compassion. He gave man a code
of laws and a small people of
priests to teach them these laws.
The priests sometimes neglected
to teach, often man refused to
learn and more often priests
were beaten and Law was burn-
ed. But the Law continued to
persist, its people of priests con-
tinued to exist but man still con-
tinues to persist. Both Law and
priests have become outcasts on
a major portion of this globe
where reigns supreme the Lost
Soul of Man. However, in those
corners of the earth where its
cry does not penetrate, the Law
and its priests are hopefully and
patiently awaiting the new year
and praying that the time may
not be distant when man will
find his soul again!
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Manufacturers and Importers of
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New Year Greetings
By DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Rabbi Emeritus. Temple Israel
Miami. Florida
Never in the history of the
world has the Jew had the op-
portunity to hallow the name of
God as he has today.
Brothers! A thousand times
we Jews suffered and died be-
cause we have upheld the inner
meaning of life, of justice, of
truth, of humility. The sacred
memory of our martyrs has been
an inspiration to us that we too
may be ready to sanctify God's
name through our suffering and
unshaken faith. Today we are
suffering more than ever before
throughout the entire world and
I call heaven and earth to witness
that We Jews have not failed
and shall not fail in this terrible
crisis to sanctify God's name
through our suffering, so that
through our stripes the world
may be healed, and the earth
may become full of the spirit of
God as the waters cover the sea.
May God bless you, my Broth-
ers, on this New Year, and may
He bring redemption to us and to
the whole house of Humanity in
our own time, this very year.
Amen.
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WALTER MENGES
CLOTHIER TO MEN
206 North Orange Orlando, Fla.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our
Jewish Friends and Customers
SOUTH POLE FISH &
POULTRY MARKET
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cole
618 S. PARRAMORE
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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PHONE 6688
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J. M. ELLISON. Prop.
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ORLANDO, FLORIDA
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER U
Out Of This Dark Hour
By RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
Temple Israel. Miami, Florida
In an address which may be
designated as the last will and
testament of the late Stefan
Zweig. wherein there were evi-
dent prophetic and despairing
overtones of his tragic death,
there is a hopeful gleam which
may serve as an arrow pointing
to the direction toward which
we must tend. Said Mr. Zweig:
"We are living through the
darkest hour that our people, or
any other people, have ever had
to face. Only a miracle can help
us live through it, but miracles [
do not happen as they did in bib- :
lical days. We must create one.
And perhaps out of this dark
hour something wonderful and
unique will emerge we Jews
will have become united. We will
Stand up for each other, we will!
put aside the differences which
have been cleaving our ranks,
we will recognize our common
fate, our common danger and'
common hopeful future."
The author hopes that out of
this dark hour some blessing be
wrested for his people. Echoes
of an heroic past! For was it not
our ancestor Jacob who, after
wrestling with an angel during
a night of crisis, insisted upon a
blessing as a result of his strug-
gle, even though physically he
was to come forth bruised and
marked from his night of trial?
Do we not also pray and hope
that out of the present chaos and
destruction, we may salvage the
blessing of experience, and be-
come welded together through
the heat of conflict, and to rid
man of the chains of hatred and
slavery?
Our goal and vision of a better
day is clear to us. It is enunciated
not only by the prophets and
seers of our tradition, but also
by the leaders of our day. Roose-
velt, Wallace, Welles, and Hull
in their recent utterances hold
forth the beacon of the blessing.
It is incumbent upon us, howev-
er, to take the preliminary steps
which shall translate that goal
into reality.
GREETINGS
W/ALTERSON
BODY WORKS Inc.
1135 N. Miami Ave.
"Skilled Craftsmen
Through the Yean"
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ROOFING CO.
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Applied or Repaired
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We Miamians have many op-
portunities of servicing the serv-
icemen in our midst, of strength-
ening our welfare agencies, and
of assuring Israel's future through
affiliation with Houses of Wor-
ship. Perhaps the efforts of one
individual make only a small
drop in the vast sea of humanity.
Yet the services of an individual
coupled with those of others, mo-
tivated by similar ideas, create a
wave whereby humanity slowly
but surely moves forward.
On the New Year we must
realize that at no time in the
history of Israel has there ever
been gathered under the aegis
of democratic governments, such
a vast concourse of the people
of Israel as there are in the 5,-
000,000 Jews living in the Amer-
icas. "The mantle of leadership"
has fallen upon the shoulders of
American Israel, and it is im-
portant that we wear this spirit-1
ual mantle with dignity, deserv-
tag of Israel's past, so that on the i
approaching morrow, when vie-1
tory and peace become the as- j
sured possession of the United >
WELFARE WISHES
By SADYE G. ROSE
Executive Secretary Jewish Welfare Bureau
Miami. Florida
It is my privilege as executive
secretary of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau on behalf of its board of
directors, trustees of the Baron
do Hirsch Loan Fund and staff
to extend New Year's greetings
to the Jewish community of
Greater Miami.
As an affiliate member of the
Dade County Community Chest
we have been able to serve those
in the community and the
stranger within our gates who
have required our assistance to
help meet their problems.
Nations, we may have the bless-
ing and treasure of our faith
triumphant in a day when the
families of man shall dwell in
safety "and none shall make
them afraid."
We hope and pray for p,
prosperity and health, but the
Bible says the poor will always
be with us; therefore, we stand
prepared to extend a helpim,
hand to those who, through ad-
versity, sickness or other misfor".
tunes, will be in need of financial
relief, advice, rehabilitation m
social service.
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To Our Jewish Friends and
Customers
FLORIDA GLASS
Manufacturing Co.
17 N. E. 29th Street Ph. 3-lie
GREETINGS
On The New Year
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1942
* Jewish Fhridlian
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
CARRY O N
By MAURICE GROSSMAN
Executive Director
Y. M. H. A. of Greater Miami
The entrance of our country
into war has brought a multiplic-
ity of problems, one of the most
vital of which, in my opinion, is
the effect of this war on Center
work. While we must realize that
under war conditions there can
be no business as usual even in
the Y. M. H. A. and Jewish Cen-
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Second Ave. Stove Co.
201 N. W. Second Avenue
PHONE 3-1383
NEW AND REBUILT OAS AND
ELECTRIC STOVES
MR. and MRS.
MORTON FAGAN
and daughter
SUNSHINE
of the
PALATIAL KOSHER
RESTAURANT
265 N. E. Second Street
Extend to All Their
Friends and Patrons
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ter fields, yet the basic activities
of a Y. M. H. A. and Center in
education, recreation, health,
camping, guidance and all phases
of youth work are still essential
in meeting many of the newly
created problems of the individu-
al growing out of the present war
situation. Our boys and girls still
must be trained in the duties of
leadership and citizenship. For
if we were to neglect that phase
of the work, we would be con-
fronted with a problem that
Wiehinn To All Jewiah Citiiana
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
WALKER
Casket Company
1433 N. E. MIAMI PLACE
faced England at the beginning
of the war.
Reports from England indicate
that because of the withdrawal
of volunteers and personnel from
the Group Work Agencies, it is
now faced with a 50 per cent
increase in juvenile delinquency.
Leaders in these fields of work
are constantly warning America
not to make the mistake that
England has made. "Carry on
your normal activities," they en-
join us.
It is a significant fact that in
Miami the Y. M. H. A. has met
this situation most favorably.
While the war has had a definite
effect on our program, yet we
have tried to capture the present
interest in the war situation.
When we talk about maintaining
a normal program, we really
mean the use of the normal tech-
nique and procedure to meet the
new interests and needs of the
membership. Accordingly, w e
have inculcated a war spirit in
the many phases of our program.
Our lecturers speak on war sub-
jects, in our Home Camp the
children sing war songs, the dra-
matics class presents playlets on
war topics, the crafts class makes
model airplanes and so on. This
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PHONE 3-0727
shows that our activities relate
to the present seen-.
At the recent Twenty-fifth An-
nual Meeting of the National
Jewish Welfare Board in New
York, Mr. Nathan A. Heller of
Boston, one of the outstanding
communal leaders in this coun-
try, in a discussion on this phase
of the work stated that, as he
understood the history of our
work and our movement, our
specific attribute is necessarily
that of Jewish survival and the
contribution to the peace, con-
tentment and self-development
of the individual who happens
to be a Jew; that our problem
and program, the work we do
in our respective communities
should be inspired by an unwav-
ering confidence and a militant
and defiant courage; that instead
of freezing our Center work we
should continue to expand it and
to project it into every area of
Jewish interest.
My message to the Greater Mi-
ami Jewry is to carry en now
more than ever. We have a re-
sponsibility toward our poster-
ity. We do not live for today
alone, but we must prepare our
children for the morrow. We can
only do this by patronizing, sup-
porting and cooperating with in-
Istitutions like the Y. M. H. A.,
whose aim is to make future
leaders of our boys and girls.
I close with a remark made by
the late Rabbi Edward L. Israel
of the Har Sinai Congregation of
Boston and former President of
the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica who stated, "The American
Jewish Community in the pres-
ent emergency has a terrific re-
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NEW YEAR
UJ
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Telephone 5-0606
TO ALLA HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEAGSETH
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72 N. E. 1st Street, Miami
PHONES2-8491 3-4601
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MR. and MRS.
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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S
NEW YEAR MESSAGE
to the
JEWISH PEOPLE OF
AMERICA
"Upon the occasion of the
Jewish New Year, I extend
to the Jewish people of
America my heartfelt greet-
ings. The tragic turn of
events which has tempo-
rarily left many peoples of
the world suffering under
the harsh domination of
foreign dictators has stirred
America to the depths and
has strengthened our reso-
lution that there shall be no
compromise in the struggle
against hate, intolerance
and bigotry."
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.
sponsibility not only for its own
morale, but for the morale of
all American life. And so we
must have faith, faith not only
in the things for which we stand,
but in ourselves."
I have confidence that Miami
Jewry will meet this challenge.
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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AND SUBSIDIARY
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237 N. W. SECOND AVE.
PHONE 2-6147
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JUDGE
RALPH C.
POLE
Justice of the Peace
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
FOR
A VERY HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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OIL CO.
Exclusive Distributors of
Pure Oil Company
Products in South-
Eastern Florida
PHONE 2-1741
56 S. W. 1st St.
MIAMI. FLA.

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Rosh Hashonaand
New Year
By DR. SAMUEL BENSION
Rabbi, Miami Beach Jewish Center
Miami Beach, Florida
Rosh Hashona! New Year! We
arc on the threshold of a New-
Year in the Jewish Calendar.
5703. We hear the sound of weep-
ing and wailing, moaning and
groans. Why. dear bretheren.
are your hearts broken in sorrow
and your minds overcome with
anguish? Rosh Hashona is the
"Yom Ha Din." the Judgment
Day. We stand before the tri-
bunal of the Almighty Judge
and in the words of Rabbi Am-
mnon's prayer "We pass before
Him like sheep." to receive the
decree of life or death, peace or
hellish torture.
Who knows, who can tell what
is in store for us as individuals
or as a people the coming year?
What a striking difference
there is between the Jewish con-
ception of Rosh Hashona and
the secular New Year's Day.
Other peoples, other nations, they
the non-Jews, do not cry, lament,
and weep. On the contrary the I
advent of the New Year is mark-
ed by revelry, gaiety, and joy-
ous abandon.
Enter any Jewish house of
worship during the solemn days,
hear or read the sermons of the
Rabbis, and you cannot escape
the sense of tragedy, foreboding.
j and doom which oppresses our
\ people.
For them, the New Year is a
christening party, the arrival of
i a new born babe, with the pos-
sibility of a happy and glorious
future. For us. Rosh Hashona.
is a mourners' gathering, a tomb-
j stone symbolizing the thousands.
yet. the millions who were killed ,
and butchered, liquidated and!
exterminated. humiliated and!
tortured, during the past year.
And what promise is there for \
any improvement in our lot this
coming year? Therefore, the fear,'
the restlessness, the tears, the'
sigh, the moaning and groaning.
There stands a Jewish mother,
*
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62 N. E. 27th STREET
PHONE 2-1751
yi
EXTENDS TO ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
I tears coursing down her cheeks.
! She has four sons in the military
! forces, but one is in America, an-
1 other in Canada, a third in Pales-
1 tine, and the fourth in South
Africa. How she laboured and
sacrificed to raise them and edu-
cate them. How much she loves
them and what would she not
give to press them to her heart.
But her family is dispersed and
scattered, the common tragedy
of the Jewish people, everywhere
1 the stranger within the gates,
tolerated sometimes, an outcast
' most times.
Rosh Hashona for American
Jews, especially the younger gen-
eration, has lost much of its awe-
somencss and dread. To a cer-
tain degree it has assumed the
New Year's holiday spirit. A
large portion of the congregations
drive to the synagogues and tem-
ples in fine limousines. They
come late and leave early. It is
a sort of a nodding acquaintance
with God and a feeble attempt
not to break off relations with
the Almighty together. It is not
so much the sin against our time
honored Religion and ancient
traditions which matters in the
American version of the Rosh
Hashona observance but of far
greater importance is the cruel
blow it inflicts on our own par-
ents.
The tragedy of the Jewish
father and mother in America is
yet to be written. They who
walked in the good old Jewish
ways. For whom the command-
ments, statutes and ordinances
of the Torah were truly their life
and the length of their days. How
broken hearted they are to see
the indifference and at times the
insolent contempt of their child-
ren to all that which they, the
parents, regard holy and sacred.
Parental love seals their mouths
at home but Rosh Hashona in
the synagogue the old father
weeps and tremblingly murmurs.
"If I die this year who will be
my Kaddish, who will transmit
the spiritual treasures handed
down to me by my ancestors?
Woe is me! Jewishly I am dying
childless."
These are the natural conse-
quences of the miserable Galut.
Diaspora, life we are leading.
Ahad Haam has well designated
it as a life of slavery in freedom.
The sages of the Talmud tell us
that although the Jews were lib-
erated from Egyptian bondage in
the month of Nissan yet they ac-
tually ceased to be slaves on
Rosh Hashona. Today as then,
we can find salvation from the
threat of cruel and ruthless Nazi
extermination in Europe and dis-
integration by the process of as-
similation in America by ceasing
this very Rosh Hashona to be
the slaves of our environment
aping the master majority even
to the extent of reducing our
"Yom Ha Din," the Judgment
Day, and the "Yom Ha Zikoron,"
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
MR. AND MRS.
Chas. M. Tannenbaum
of
The Bryan Park Pharmacy
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n, ^
the Day of Remembrance t
New Year's celebration Let ,*
rally again around our 1?
gogues and institutions of SZ.
mg. Let us make our MtiL
the purpose of our life and h.
source of our strength.
Let us dedicate ourselves i
the redemption of our Holv IJS
and the rebuilding of PaiS
waste Places as our own nation,
homeland. Then shall Wc sine i,
happiness and joy the songs of
mother Zion, rejoice with our
Torah, and by our lives and *,
ample prove a blessing t0 our"
selves and all mankind. May ih.
coming year see the end of Na,,
madness and the fulfillment o
the prophetic vision, "And man*
peoples shall go and say Come
ye and let us go up to the mow,-
tain of the Lord, to the house of
the God of Jacob. And He win
teach us of His ways, and we will
walk in His paths, For out of Zion
shall go forth the Torah and the
word of the Lord from Jerusa-
lem." May all of use be inscribed
in the Book of Life to live and
work for the realization of this
ideal. L'shono Tova Tikoseyvoo.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
E. GEORGE BERNARD
POSTAL BLDG.
MIAMI, FLA.
.NEW YEAR GREETINGS
UP TO DATE VAN SERVICE
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SAXON
CIGARETTE
SERVICE
3898 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PHONE 7-6677
BEST WISHES TO ALL
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DADE KOSHER
Meat & Poultry
Market
159 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 3-1430
MIAMI. FLORIDA
May All Jewry be Inscribed for a Year of Life, Happiness, Health
Hi I. PIPE & STEEL *. & B. PIPE & METAL CO..
500 N. W. 5th St. Corner 5th Are.
444 N. W. 5th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JUNE DAIRY
BEST CREAJVfERy
BUTTER.
y
THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
OF THE
Greater Miami Jewish
Cemetery Association
AND AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY
SINCERE WISHES FOR A YEAR OF LIFE.
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942
vJenisfi fkricfifiun
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
Our
Way' Tol Universal
Responsibility
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Congregation Beth David
Miami, Florida
"Bamokom Sheballai T'shuva
lomdim, Ein Zaddikim Gemoorim
lyecholim L'amod!"
"True repentence is the key-
Inotc of the hour."
In keeping with the expressed
Idesire of the editor of the "Jew-
ish Floridian" to condense all
IRosh Hashanah messages to ap-
proximately four hundred words
[in order to decrease paper usage,
I thereby aiding in the "All-Out
I War Effort,"I recall that at the
[World's Fair, several years ago,
[we witnessed the wizardry of a
I man who wrote the Ten Com-
[mandments in full on the back
of a cancelled postage stamp; and
after we had fairly swooned with
amazement over the neatness and
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
To All My Friends
and Acquaintances
J. J. FARREY
BUILDING DIVISION
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
legibility of this achievement, he
showed us another one-cent stamp
on the back of which he had
written not only the Ten Com-
mandments but the Sermon on
the Mount as well.
I feel that we are trying to
perform a similar feat of tele-
scopic condensation when we are
to give a Rosh Hashanah mes-
sage within the space limits of
this article.
Briefly, let me point out at
the outset that it would be a sin-
ful error to dissociate ourselves
from any share in the responsi-
bility for our present woes. For
such self-justification immeasu-
reably increases the present day
tragedy. It prevents us from
transforming our anguish into a
stepping-stone towards nobler
spiritual achievement. Our re-
ligious and historic tradition in
this hour of penitence teaches us
that we, like our ancestors, should
in the presence of world calamity
be honest and humble enough to
Best Wishes to Our Many
fewish Friends and Patrons
HIGHLAND PARK
PHARMACY
GLENN R. HALL. Prop.
936 N. W. 7th Avenue
say, "L'fee Shechetonu" because
of our sins did this happen.
In view of such realization and
at this time in world crisis, this
season of meditation and soul-
uplifting dare not be devoted for
petty and egotistic advantages,
but rather one's prayers should be
concentrated upon universal con-
cerns. Our supplication must be
primarily that the Almighty im-
press His Name upon all His
works; that He grant peace to
mankind; honor to Israel and
that iniquity perish.
It is related that the dethron-
ed Czar Nicholas II asked his cap-
tors to increase his daily ration
of bread and that more comfort-
able Service be granted him.
Such a request earned him the
scorn and laughter of his for-
mer subjects. Instead of protest-
ing his degradation and bravely
demanding the restoration of his
former prerogatives and glory,
he fell so low as to ask merely
for little things to satisfy his
stomach. "Stupid Nicholas!" all
remarked.
So too our anxiety today should
therefore be concerned with a
speedy rehabilitation of the
world, for universal recognition
of His Omnipotence and for the
restoration of Israel's glory in
Eretz Yisroel.
This universal approach all
mankind must make and all Jews
must pray for during our peni-
ON THIS NEW YEAR
It It Our Wish That it Bring
You Genuine Happiness And
Abundant Health .
DADE
REFRIGERATING
CO., Inc.
1792-98 N. W. 20th Street
PHONE 27868
GREETINGS
tWM
S^CcZe/
ON THE OCEAN AT FOURTEENTH STREET
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE BOYS IN SERVICE
tential season. Its achievement
can be realized if we ever re-
member the remarkable story
that on the Day of Atonement,
the celebrated Rabbi Levy Isaac
of Berditchev addressed his flock
as follows: "Brethern, you must
know that at this moment a
strife is being carried on in
Heaven among the guardian
angels of the different nations,
each of them maintaining that
the particular nation which he
represents has the most just claim
to rule the world. The English
pray for the pre-eminence of
their king, the Germans for the
superiority of their kaiser, and
the Russians for the exaltation of
their czar." The Rabbi then lift-
ed his eyes to heaven and said,
"But I Levy Isaac, pray'Yisga-
dal V'Yiskadash Shmai Rabba'
His Name alone shall be magni-
fied and sanctified; that is, May
it please the Omnipotent Crea-
tor to proclaim his kingdom
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
DR. WALTER
K. FOLEY
LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
We Wish Our Friends and
Customers Abundant Happiness
and Prosperity Through
the New Year
GRAHAM
Automobile Service
61 N. E. 9th Street
PHONE 8-6097
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ELECTROLUX
Incorporated
Postal Building
The City of Miami Beach
^
Extends Best Wishes for a
Happy and Victorious New Year
throughout the universe; that He
alone reign in all His world."
With such a prayer we usher
in the new calendar year 5703,
that the world may appreciate
the full reality of God,just as
the Almighty is One, by the same
token all humanity is one. And
to all my friends, I express the
seasonal greeting of "Shnas
L'alter L'chayim Tovim"peace
and salutation to all.
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
EAST COAST BAR
2830 N. Miami Ave.
Ph. 3-9162
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BEACH MILL &
SUPPLY CO.
1327 Twentieth Street
PHONE 5-6669
MIAMI BEACH
MR. and MRS.
RUBIN FEINBERG
of the
FRED MARTIN
APARTMENTS
1608 Drexel Avenue
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Arthur W. Eisenmeyer, Jr.
56 S. W. 1st STREET
"TO OUR MANY FRIENDS ANO
I ACQUAINTANCES A MOST
\ HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR"
ENJOY THE BREEZES OF THE
BEAUTIFUL BISCAYNE BAY
AT THE
Columbus Hole
50 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
and
The Hotel Towers
322 S. E. 2nd AVENUE
"OPEN THE YEAR AROUND"
GREETINGS
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
E
ENGINEERING CO.
47 N. W. First Street
To Jewry Everywhere
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
RICHARD
"DICK"
BERENSON
And Associates
BISCAYNE
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fjewisti FhridlirJin
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER \\
Rosh Hashona Greetings
To The Community
By MORRIS KLASS
Executive Director
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
In keeping with the spirit and
traditions of the High Holy days,
I wish to take this occasion on
the eve of the New Year to ex-
tend greetings and good wishes
on behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation to the Jewish
citizens of our community.
Jews, the world over, in 5702
have experienced a year of trage-
dy and sorrow. The Jew has been
singled out by the Nazi for spe-
cial brutal, ruthless, and inhu-
man treatment. Our people have I
been the first and the greatest
victim* of this world conflagra- j
tion. The soil of Europe is soaked
crimson with the blood of oun
people. The remnants that are
left face starvation, disease, and
total extermination.
In Palestine the valiant and:
noble Yishuv have diverted
peace-time efforts of rebuilding
our Homeland to war work for
the Democratic powers in the
fight against Hitlerism. Their
boys have fought under every
color but their own, on every
soil but the soil of their Home-
land. It is only recently that rec-
ognition has been given to the
Palestine effort, and a slight con-
cession made by England in cre-
ating a Palestine battalion for
Jewish and Arab soldiers.
American Jewry is the only
Jewry of the world which today
can still meet its own problems
and at the same time can help
in some measure to alleviate the
suffering of our people else-
where. American Jewry in the
year ahead must have the cour-
age of the lion and the strength
of the eagle to carry the burden
of our nation at home and of
our people abroad. This double
burden will not seem too heavy
New Year Greetings to All
MR. AND MRS.
ISADORE TENDRICH
JACK AND HOWARD
3606 Grand Avenue
COCONUT GROVE. FLA.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I. D.PADORR
and
hi -tone
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHERS
736 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-5822
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlman
and Family
and
JOE'S
BROADWAY
DELICATESSEN
1425 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
MAY
5703
BRING
HEALTH
and
PROSPERITY
BUTLER'S
Shoe Stores
MIAMI
MIAMI BEACH
TAMPA
ORLANDO
JACKSONVILLE
LAKELAND
WEST PALM BEACH
To Our Many Jewish Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PHONE 4-3114
For Raw and
Pasteurized
Products
W. H. THOMAS DAIRY
901 S. W. 65th Avenue
ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
SOUTH FLORIDA
INCORPORATED
300 South Miami Avenue
Phones 2-22622-3512
ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
D
INC.
300 S. Miami Avenue
PHONES 2-22622-3512
for those who are loyal Jews and
loyal citizens, but it will be a
real test of courage and of the
willingness to sacrifice.
In these days of war and world
crisis with the civilization of
centuries in the balance, it is
significant that we in Miami can
report progress in carrying on of ,
the important functions of Jew-,
ish community life. The main-,
tenance and strengthening of lo-
cal, national and overseas wel-
fare services is an important part
of our program of war. These are
some of the values we are fight-,
ing for and Federation is proud |
to have offered its services in i
this fight.
Federation, through its Board,
officers and members has ex-
perienced an active year in de-
veloping a community program
of welfare work. During the past
year its influence has spread ma-
terially. The success that has
been attained by Federation is
due to the efforts of the officers,
Board and the members of the
Executive Committee. This com-
munity can well be proud of its
leaders, especially of its Presi-
dent and Chairman of the Board
of Directors.
To all of the agencies and in-
dividuals who have worked with
Federation this year, and to
every contributor I offer our
thanks and appreciation. We
trust that the year ahead will
offer ample returns for the sac-
rifices we will be called upon to
make and that victory will be
ours before a new year dawns.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
EAT ABITE
SANDWICH SHOP
1145 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 2-8361
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL JEWRY
FOR A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
JACK HIRSCH
AND SON
S EL I G
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
WHITE BELT DAIRY
N. W. 32nd Ave.
Ph. 7-2411
BEST WISHES
HAPPY NEW YEAR
STANLEY'S
JEWELERS
240 5th Street
PHONE 5-2236
MIAMI BEACH
To AllWe Eitenii
SEASONS GREETINGS
THE CODY CO
^SaTiAonU.RAo,%hor^E5
PHONE 2.7381 ^*
To Our Patrons and FHM,
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Batista Bar & Grill
1201 N. E. 1st Ave.
ph- MM
ADELMAN'S PIPE
& STEEL CO.
AND
MR. AND MRS.
NATHAN ADELMAN
AND FAMILY
EXTEND TO ALL
JEWRY IN GENERAL
AND RELATIVES
IN PARTICULAR
BEST WISHES
FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Buy War Bonds Today-
GEORGE LANGER
Owner
THE SUNGAS
Not Incorporated
1100 West Flaqler Street
Phones: 2-38112-3833
Extends to All His Jewish
Friends and Patrons the
Wish for
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
BUY WAR SAVINGS BONDS AND STAMPS
RICHARDS
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Avenue at First Street
Phone 2-6161
raioNH
KfOODM
1429
WASH.
AVE.
Extends to all Jewry
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
MIAMI
BEACH
A market second to none in the entire South. Where every regard for
Health, Quality and Service is paramount to monetary consideration.
Equipped with the most modern fixtures in each and every depart-
ment. Stocked with only the finest in quality merchandise. Manned
by employees trained in courtesy and service and definitely instructe
to provide the customer with what is wanted. A FREE delivery service
second to none.
PHONE 5-3418


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942
*Jewisti fkiriafinun
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
B'nai B'rith in State Meet
Sets Up Victory Committee
Delegates to the sixth annual
convention of the Florida State
Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges,
meeting in the Palm room of the
Tampa Terrace hotel yesterday,
voted to set up a war victory
committee composed of members
from every lodge in the state.
The victory committee mem-
bers will be appointed by the
president of each lodge, to co-
operate in the war effort.
Local war victory committees
also were urged to cooperate in
all movements to aid in the war
effort, including the sale of bonds
and stamps, working with the
county defense councils, and to
comply "to the fullest extent
with all rules and requests as
laid down by all federal agencies
for the duration."
The resolution also asked new-
ly-elected officers to outline a
program to carry out the war ef.
fort, and recommended that each
lodge post an honor roll of mem-
bers in the armed forces.
Officers elected were Louis
Ossinsky, Daytona Beach, presi-
dent; first vice president. Al
Block, Tallahassee, a new office;
M. G. Rosenberg, Tampa; Joe
Lesser, West Palm Beach; Al
Pallot, Miami, and Herbert Tales-
man, Orlando, vice presidents;
I M o r r i s Witten, Jacksonville,
treasurer; Dr. Mathew Drosdoff,
| Gainesville, secretary.
Mr. Louis Heiman of Miami
delivered a report of the year's
activities of the State Student
Union Committee, which he
serves as chairman. Receiving
IN LOVING MEMORY
of their dear departed
husband and father
LEWIS E. ROTHLEIN
called to his eternal rest
October 1, 1938
MRS. ETHEL ROTHLEIN
AND SONS
DR. W. H. ELLIS
110 N. E. 10th STREET
Miami Fla.
Phone 3-1400
j much commendation, Mr. Hei-
| man was unanimously selected
; to head the committee for the
; coming year.
Mr. William I. Boxerman,
Florida regional director of the
Anti-Defamation League, spoke
on that phase of the organiza-
tion's program.
Other elective committee heads
selected by the convention were
Joseph M. Gliekstein of Jackson-
ville as chairman of the State
ADL Committee, succeeding Bar-
ney J. Cohen and Maurice Cro-
mer re-elected to lead the State
AZA activities.
Highlight of the convention
was the address by Judge Eman-
uel Lewis of Savannah, Ga.,
president of the fifth district,
who outlined the order's war ac-
tivities, including the giving of
850,000 to the American Red
( Cross at the outbreak of war and
I the work of filling gaps in the
service which other organizations
do not cover.
Acting President Ossinsky
opened the convention and pre-
sided in the absence of Presi-
dent Dave Feldman, of West
Palm Beach, who is ill.
Mrs. Harry N. Sandier led the
group in singing the national
anthem, accompanied by Mrs.
Nathan Lutz at the piano. Dele-
gates were welcomed to the city
BEST NEW YEAR WISHES
Miami Food Stores
MIAMI FOOD
STORE
65 N. E. 14th Street
MIAMI
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
mcwAcUtan QidMikUaU, 9nc.
110 N. W. Fourth Street Phone 3-8641
WINES BEER SYRUPS MINIATURES
SINCERE WISHES
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TEDDY SAKOWITZ
by Dr. V. M. Rosenthal. presi-
dent of the board of aldermen,
with the response by Al Block of
Tallahassee.
During the luncheon at the
Tampa Terrace hotel, addresses
were given by Col. B. Stern, of
Drew Field; Julius Fisher, of
Roanoke, Va., secretary of the
fifth district B'nai B'rith; Mrs.
Jennie Rotfort, Miami, member
of the supreme council; Mrs.
Louis Ossinsky, Daytona Beach,
second vice president of the fifth
district, and Judge Lewis.
A special prayer for 621 mem-
bers of the order in the service
was given by Rabbi Amram Prero,
and the benediction pronounced
by Rabbi Ernest Lorge of Talla-
hassee.
The executive board will de-
cide where and when the noxt
convention will be held.
REV. HERMAN MARBEIN HAS
RESIGNED AS CANTOR HERE
1,850 more Jews, including
women and children, have been
shipped from Brussels to An-
twerp to the ghetto in Cracow.
They were allowed to take only
25 kilos of personal belongings.
Rev. Herman Marbein has an-
nounced this week his resigna-
tion as cantor of Beth David
Congregation, which he served
for the past year. Rev. Marbein,
an ordained rabbi and cantor,
prior to coming to Miami, was
affiliated with the Brooklyn
Ninth Street Temple, the Jersey
City "Sharei Israel" and was a
musical director of the Columbia
Broadcasting system. He is of-
ficiating for the High Holidays
in the North and will return to
Miami in October to join his
wife, Mrs. Stella Marbein, who
has been appointed vocal coach
at the School of Applied Arts
here. Rev. and Mrs. Marbein are
engaged in defense work here.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
L. & H. MILLER CO.
40 YEARS IN ALL TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION
NO BUILDING TOO LARGE or TOO SMALL
"BUILDERS oi ANYTHING"
1333 N. E. Boyshore Phono 9-2517
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. LEON W. GARDNER and FAMILY
AND THE
ATLANTIC SUNDRIES & SODA SHOP
1443 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5 9 3 2 5
DR. FREDERICK R. FRANK
HEALTH CLINICS
and
DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY
- X-RAY -
1138 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
Phone 3-5961
1456 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
Phone 5-3198
RESIDENCE PHONE 9-2937
The RABBI. PRESIDENT. OFFICERS
and DIRECTORS of
Beth David Congresation
"MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION"
EXTEND THEIR MEMBERS. FRIENDS
and FELLOW WORSHIPERS a
Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FRED R. (FRITZ)
HOGARTH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR JEWISH PATRONS
American Pharmacy. Inc.
744 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-4665
Marshall's Drug Store
653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CORAL GABLES
Machinery Exchange
4101 S. Dixie Highway
PHONE 4-4522
Old Mattresses Remade Into
Inner Springs
Special Prices on Studio Couches
and Beds
RELIABLE MATTRESS CO.
A Call Will Be Appreciated
PHONE 2-5693
515 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami. Fla.
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
WILLIAM HOGARTH
and Son
WILLIAM
MR. AND MRS. JACK PALLOT
AND DAUGHTER SONYA BELLE
of the
PALLOTT TIRE COMPANY
2246 N. E. Second Avenue
WISH FOR ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
MINNIE McWHORTER
SINCERE WISHES
ior a
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
WILLIAM B. HALLORAN
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHAS. E. BLAIR
AND FAMILY
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
R. R. BYERS

NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
GEO. E. BUNNELL. Inc.
79 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 9-IMS
585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 7-M76
THE SISTERHOOD
OF THE
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
SEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR TO ALL
OF ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
MRS. ISIDOR NEWMAN, President
The OFFICERS and DIRECTORS of
Congregation Schaarei Zedek
express their thanks and grateful appreciation for the reception
recorded them with the announcement of their opening of the
House of Worship and the assistance rendered them financially
and physically, making possible readiness for these High-Holy
Days.
Max Mintier. Vice President A. Pepper. President
Phillip Berkowita. Treasurer Max Kupferstein. Secretary
Milton Weiner. Second Vice President
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BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami lleaeh
IIOSB8 UBSCHBLOFP, Uabbi
711 Lsnox Avenue, Phone 5-1328
MAL'RICB MAMCHES. Cantor
621 I-ennox Ave., I'hone 5-7133
Holy Day Services
Rush Hashono services will be
conducted at our synagogue and
in our Community building this
Friday and Saturday evening at
7 P. M.; Saturday and Sunday
mornings at 9 A. M.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
preach in both the synagogue and
Community buildings during Sat-
urday and Sunday morning ser-
vices. His theme* the first morn-
ing will be "The People's War."
Sunday morning his subject will
be "God's War."
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
chant the services in the syna- j
gogue. assisted by Rev. S. Gutt-
man. Cantor Nathan Wroobel will j
chant the services in the Com-
munity building assisted by Mr.
H. Kaplan. Rev. J. Simonhoff
and Rev. S. Guttman will blow
the traditional shofar at the Sun-
day morning services. Mr. E. Ra-
phael will read the holiday
scrolls.
All servicemen are cordially
welcomed as our guests.
Tashlich will be observed Sun-
day afternoon after Mincha at
the ocean front on Third Street.
Home Hospitality
Despite the efforts of the hos-
pitality committee of the local
Jewish Army and Navy Commit-
tee, there will be a great number
of servicemen uninvited to pri-
vate homes. We urge our mem-
bers and friends to bring service-
men home with them as guests
during these holidays.
Service Club
The Servicemen's Service Club
sponsored by our congregation
and Sisterhood will resume its
functions immediately after Rosh
Hashono. Sunday night. As in the
past months, the Community
building will be open every week-
day night. Programs and enter-
tainments are presented prac-
tically every evening. Refresh-
ments are served daily. Kosher
sandwiches are distributed every
Saturday night and Sunday.
The number of servicemen who
have visited our Service Club,
enjoyed our programs and par-
taken of our refreshments is well
into the five figures. We welcome
the help and cooperation of all
members and friends.
Religious School
Our new term begins Monday,
September 14, at 4 P. M. Be sure
to register your child this Mon-
day. Classes and subjects begin
on Monday. Don't deprive your
child of a good start.
The Rabbis and Hebrew School
teachers of Greater Miami meet
this Monday morning at our syn-
agogue to develop and establish
a basic curriculum for the asso-
ciated Hebrew Schools of Dade
County. This will be the basis
for this year's program of edu-
cational activity in our school.
In addition to it will be added
special courses and activities to
round out our school's curricu-
lum.
Plans are under way for the
fifth annual Habanoth rally to
GREETINGS
.MR. AND MRS.
J. WM. BAROS.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PROM
J. S. MAS'
PHARMACY
Firtt and Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-9953
MIAMI BEACH
TO OUR FRIENDS
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU ABUNDANT
HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
PENTLAND. PURVIS, KELLER & MILTON
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
MIAMIMIAMI BEACHJACKSONVILLE
TAMPASANFORDDA YTONA
WE EXTEND SINCERE BEST WISHES
TO ALL OUR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS
LT. and MRS. AL GARDNER
ATLANTA. GA.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SCHREIBER'S
TACKLE & BAIT SHOP
517 Wett Avenue
Phone 5-1923
be held in our synagogue Succah
during the Succoth holidays.
Induction Ceremony
Our third annual Religious
School induction ceremony will
be held on Sunday, October 11th.
Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan, at 8
P. M.
Glee Club
Students of our daily and Sun-
day morning Religious School
Sessions, interested in joining our
Glee Club this year are asked
to give their names to Miss So
nia Shpall. Their first public ap-
pearance will be held at the In-
duction Ceremony.
Sunday Sessions Registration
Registration for attendance in
our Sunday morning classes will
take place Sunday morning, Oc-
tober 11th. Two prc-kindergarten
classes will be opened for children
of 4 and 5, as a result of the ex-
perience of last year in record
registrations for this grade.
Children 13 and over are eli-
gible for admission into our grad-
uate and post graduate classes.
For further information consult
with our Rabbi.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER,, ,,,
Junior Congregation
Our junior congreeati^
conduct its first Saturday seV'"
after the holidays %nr **
Mitzva club will cnnH Bar
first Sunday morn g &L ils
Sunday, October 18th. Mn
Miirachi
The opening meeting 0f tll
new year on the part of the J*
and women divisions of the 2en
rachii will be held Saturday J&
October 10th. Reporti~ y ght-
activities will be tendered "'*
Daughters of Israel
the first meeting of the IW*
ters of Israel willV held si"
day night. October 17th it X
P.M. Financial and other rPS
will be presented. p
Happy New Year
From our Rabbi, Cantor and
Sexton, the Officers and Boa*
of Directors of the Beth Jacob
Congregation, and Sisterhood
are extended to all our members
and friends, and in particular in
the JEWISH FLORIDIAN and
to its readers, the very best
wishes for a HAPPY NEW
YEAR. W
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M. B. SILVERMAN AND ASSOCIATES
COCONUT GROVE FISH CO.
"Specialising in Local Caught Fish Only"
2830 S. Bayshore Dr. Phone 4-9274
THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792
PRODUCERS OF THE FINEST
RYE. VIENNA. WHOLE WHEAT. PUMPERNICKEL
ROLLS AND BREAD OF QUALITY
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
McARTHUR JERSEY
DAIRY FARM. Inc.
169 N. E. 62nd Street
Phone 7-1667 Miami. Fla.
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HALL-STANLEY CO.
Keystone Varnish
and Paints
2164 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-5228
TO JEWRY EVERYWHEREA HAPPY NEW YEAR
EDWARD AXLRQD
Interior Decorations, Draperies, Upholstering, Slip Coven
For Estimates Call 2-5202 Evenings, 2-0966
1667 WEST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI, FLA.
TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS.....
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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SINCERE BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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JOSEPH H. ADAMS, Manager
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A
Happy Healthful and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
TO
Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
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MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942

TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KATI-AN. Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
MM Indian Creek Drives-1265
Miami Beach
RAUBI COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN
"400 LaUorce Drive, Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
*Jewist rtcridiam
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, snd.
needless to say, each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
High Holy Day Services
57031942
Rosh Hashono evening, Friday
September 11, 8:15 p. m.. Rabbi
Zwitman will speak on the sub-
ject: "The Spiritual Challenge of
This Hour."
New Year's Day
Saturday morning, September
12. 10 a. m., Rabbi Zwitman will
preach on "SacrificeA Keynote
lor the New Year."
Reception
Saturday afternoon, September
12. a New Year's reception will
be held at the home of Rabbi and
Mrs. C. A. Zwitman, 5400 La-
Gorce Drive (one block west of
Pinetree Drive), Miami Beach.
Reception from 3 to 5 p. m.
Religious School Classes
The Religious School will in-
augurate its year by a children"s
service to be held at the temple
on Monday, September 21. at 1
p. m. This service will be con-
ducted by pupils of the Religious
School, whose names will appear
in next week's bulletin.
Registration of new pupils and
the first regular class sessions
of the Sunday School will be
held on Sunday, October 4, at
10 a. m. Parents of children in
the Religious School are urged
to exert special efforts in help-
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
KIRKHAM JEWELRY &
OPTICAL COMPANY
SHORELAND ARCADE
PHONE 2-4647
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HAWKINS
RUG CLEANERS
60 N. E. 39th St. Ph. 7-6398
ORIENTALS OUR SPECIALTY
Mothproofing and Repairing
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
H. R. MECHLOWITZ
AND SON
BEFORE YOU BUY
see
LEON ELKIM
with
METROPOLITAN
LIFE INS. CO.
Not Best Because Biggest
ButBiggest Because Best
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE
CAPT.
JAMES
E .
SCOTT
ing solve transportation probl-
ems by bringing along other Re-
ligious School pupils who live in
their neighborhood, and by mak.
ing arrangements with neighbors
to alternate in bringing groups,
of children to the temple.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send j
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; Eugenia Wolff Bloom,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Wolff and sister of Mr. Henry
F. Wolff.
Yahrzeits: Maurice L. Pas-
troff, husband of Mrs. Anne
Pastroff. Kate Yubas. mother of
Mrs. I. Wolkowsky.
BETH SHOLOM HOLIDAY
NOTES
A Safer Torah was donated to
the Beth Sholom Center. Miami
Beach, by Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Perell of Detroit and Miami
Beach. The Safer will be used
for the Holidays.
Mr. Bernard Ordover will
chant the "Pesuka Dezimra" dur-
ing the New Year services. Ben-
jamin Appel and Jacob Cohn
were appointed to serve as
Gaboim.
Registration for Sunday School
and Talmud Torah will take
place Sunday, September 20,
10-12 a. m.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
WALSH SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS SCIENCE
Telephones: 3-84043-8405
Professional Bldg., Miami. Fla.
Tel.: 5-14441213 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Fla.
808 E. Las Olas Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Accredited By
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF
COMMERCIAL COLLEGES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FRIGIDAIRE
Kirby-Tuttle Co., Inc.
Refrigerators, Ranges, Water
Heaters. Commercial Water
Coolers
AIR CONDITIONING
15 W. Flagler St. Ph. 3-7614
MIAMI, FLORIDA
. SEASON'S GREETINGS .
MAX THURSTON
and FAMILY
and ASSOCIATES
ACME TRANSFER
& BAGGAGE CO.
SINCLAIR Gas and Oils
62S Fifth Street
PHONE 5-3773
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
arthur berel, inc
66-68 E. Flagler Street
MIAMI
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
S. H. KRESS
& CO.
5-10-25c STORE
East Flagler Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon_________8:30 a. m.
Mincha ............................7:30 p. m.
Maariv .............._...........8:00 p. m.
Saturday---------------------9:00 a. m.
Holy Day Services
High Holiday services will
start Friday evening at 7 p. m.
and Saturday and Sunday morn-
ings at 8 a. m. Louis Jacobskind
will chant the Shachris services
and Cantor A. Weinstein, the
Musaph services.
Every preparation for the com-
fort of the worshipers has been
provided for, Max Rifas, presi-
dent, announced.
Our Sympathies
The sincere sympathies of our
entire congregation go out in
mournful feeling to our presi-
dent, Max Rifas. and Mrs. Rifas
and to the entire family upon
the loss of the beloved and be-
wailed husband, son and brother,
Louis Rifas, who passed away
this weeK.
General Meeting
A general meeting of the
membership will take place
Tuesday evening at the congre-
gation on September 22nd. The
purpose of this meeting will be
specifically to amend the char-
ter. Only paid-up members will
participate and those whose
dues are in arrears are asked
to make necessary arrangements
immediately to make them eli-
gible.
KEY WEST NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Edelman
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shif-
rin announce the marriage of
their children, Jean Edelman to
Dr. Aaron H. Shifrin, Sunday,
September 6, at Congregation
B'nai Zion Synagogue.
A reception and dinner at the
Lions Club on Seminary Street
followed the ceremony performed
by Rabbi Lasarus Lehrer.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ACE WINDOW
CLEANERS
2017 N. W. 51st Street
PHONE 7-3544
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs.
Alexander Kushner
and Family
:'

iP1
Season's Greetinqs
from ..'.
5 O'CLOCK CLUB
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DR. C. E. BARNES
OPTOMETRIST
CONGRESS BUILDING
STREET FLOOR
PHONE 2-5254
I take pleasure at this time
in wishing all my friends a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AMOS BENJAMIN
We Wish to Extend
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends
GUARANTY TITLE 6.
ABSTRACT CORP.
O. M. BAYAN. President
50 West Flagler Street
We Extend Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Our Many Jewish Customers
All Work Done on Premises
No AgenciesExpert Tailors
Suits, Dresses, Blankets, Rugs,
Drapes Cleaned
WE DELIVER
CORAL WAY
LEANERS, INC.
ESTABLISHED 1926
225 Coral Way Coral Gables
PHONE 4-1345
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
HARRY TOREM
FURNITURE STUDIOS
839 West Flagler Street
Phone 3-3024
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WALTER A.
FREDERICK'S
MARKET
680 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-2377

HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. T. HARPER
BONDSMAN
CIVIC BUILDING
MR. AND MRS.
SAM SEITLIN
AND DAUGHTER
BARBARA RUTH
Extend Best Wishes to Their
Friends and Relatives for a
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
HAROLD RAND
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
ALL THEIR FRIENDS
Made From Fresh Oranges
A Happy New Year...
WE HOPE AND PRAY THAT THIS NEW YEAR -
WILL SEE THE END OF ALL DICTATORS
WILL BRING COMPLETE VICTORY
WILL INSURE TRUE DEMOCRACY
MARKOWITZ&RESNICK
1215 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 3-3351 Miami. Florida
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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT
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I
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
Bt HARRY SCHWARTZ
Happy New Year To All
The officers, members of the
board of directors and general
membership of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association and the
Young Women's Hebrew Asso-
ciation take this opportunity of
wishing each and every Jew in
the Greater Miami area a Happy
and Prosperous New Year. We
hope that the year 5703 will
bring us an everlasting peace,
good health, happiness and pros-
perity.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, is making many plans
for the coming year. There will
be cultural, social and athletic
programs to suit everyone, adults
and children alike.
The time has now come when
every Jew should think of the
Y. M. H. A. as his or her Com-
munity Center. It is not oper-
ated or controlled by any par-
ticular group, but by the Jew-
ish community in general. Make
this your Center.
Biography of George Rachlin
George J. Rachlin, member of
our board of directors, was born
in New York City on September
2, 1913. He attended P. S. 46 and
George Washington High School
and was in business with his
father until the year 1933, when
he came to Miami. He immedi-
ately went into the cleaning and
dyeing business, where he still
continues to flourish. He met
his wife, Rose Gershon, at a Y.
M. H. A. dance and was married
to her on June 26. 1938. George
has been very active in the Bow-
ling League of the Y. M. H. A..
ranking sixth for the past sev-
eral years. This past summer he
did a splendid job as treasurer
of the Home Camp.
Temple Beth El
West Palm Beach
Florida
HEBREW SCHOOLS HERE TO
OPERATE ON UNIFORM BASIS
A MOST HAPPV NEW YEAR
TO ALL JEWRY
ROGER W. ARNOLD
221 S. W. 22nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
To All My Friends and
Acquaintance*
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN FALKENBERG
District Manager
American Express
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
UTZ, THE TAILOR
Ladiei and Gents Tailoring
235 23rd Street Ph. 5-9547
MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
The Tiffin Restaurant
320 Santander Awe. Phone 4-9286
CORAL GABLES
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ARTHUR J. GUCKER
ACTING TAX COLLECTOR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Miami Wholesale
Corp.
118 N. W. First Avenue
PHONE 3-3449
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
P. A. N E F F
MACHINERY
Complete Line of
C.ONTRACTORS EQUIPMENT
1920 N. W. Miami Ct. Ph. 3-5147
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
ACME SUPLY CO.
134 N. E. Sixth Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TOE ROOD
Extends Best Wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year to All
COMPLIMENTS
MR. AND MRS.
HENRY D.
WILLIAMS
AND DAUGHTER
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BECK'S GARAGE
1132 Fifteenth Street Miami Beach. Fla.
PHONE 5-1422
The RABBI. OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
OF THE
Miami Beach Jewish Center
in heartfelt and grateful appreciation of the splendid and
generous support given us by our friends during the past year
extend BEST WISHES to all the members of our community,
their families and all Israel for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR which will see the end of strife and the establish-
ment of JUSTICE and PEACE for all mankind.
The associated Hebrew Schools
of Greater Miami, newly formed
educational group, functioning
with the approval of the Greater
Miami Rabbincal Association,
has announced that registration
of pupils for the Talmud Torahs
of this area for the ensuing year
will be held on September 14,
Monday, from 4 to 6 p. m. En-
rollments will be taken at Beth
David. Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, and Temple Israel
in Miami and Beth Jacob Con-
gregation and Miami Beach
Jewish Center in Miami Beach.
Plans for the new association
call for the education system of
Talmud Torahs here to operate
with a uniform program and cur-
ricula.
Cantor Nathan Levinsohn of
Miami will chant trie services at
Temple Beth El, West Palm
Beach, Fla. Rabbi Manuel Green-
stein will conduct the services
I and preach the sermons. Cantor
1 Levinsohn has been recalled to
I West Palm Beach for the third
.successful season, indicating his
I popularity with the members and
worshipers of the temple.
Plans have been made to ac-
commodate about 500 soldiers
(Stationed at the nearby camps,
' Morrison Air Base, Murphy Base,
JBoca Raton and Sebring. The
boys will be noused and meals
have been arranged for them for
the Holidays.
Services will be held at the
temple Friday evening, Septem-
ber 11, at 8 p. m., and morning
services will begin at 8 a. m. Mr.
Jacob Glasser, local prominent
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER u, ^
citizen, will chantihTT5?*
services. Sermon topfc J*f
day evening will be p "'
a Troubled World." Si ?
morning Rabbi Greens?^ ay
preach on the theme v^
Our Best." Sunday' >
before the Shofar servl"18
10:30, the topic of the 2S al
be "The Modern MejW
Shofar." Committee in 1 <
of sale of tickets for the ten !
are Louis Schutzer and
Goodmark. All seats have
reserved due to large numbeTo
soldiers. All soldiers will be a,
mitted freev^f charge as !'
nounced by Jack Kapner, chair"
man of the board of govemoM
of the temple. ",ot!
You don't need a ration card
Buy Defense Bonds Today.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NAT KLEIN
ENN-ESS GARMENT CO.
Wholesale
Dresses, Suits and Coats
44 N. E. 1st Avenue Miami
MR. and MRS.
JULIUS DAMENSTEIN
AND DAUGHTER
*
Wish for All Their Friends
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ray Wright
AUCTIONEER
PHONE 2-2860
For An Auction Use the
"WRIGHT WAY"
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PHII, DAVIS (Not Inc.) at 138 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, Florida.
DAVID M KAPLAN
Sole Owner
8/14-21-28 9/4-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IZZY'S PLACE, located at 338 S.
W. 37th Avenue. Coconut Grove,
Florida. Intends to register the said
name in the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
I8ADORE TENDRICH
. .. Sole Owner
9/4-11-18-23 10/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
El, MIHASOL UrNPRT AND DRY
faM^'SP A 2661 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Florida Intends to register the said
[7?me.ln lne o'ri of the Cle>rk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NOEL, BRING
MAX R. SILVER **r
Attorney for Applicant
9/4-11-18-25 10/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
V4i v w-,tOMI ANY. located at
iAl &JK- '.'" Aynu*. Miami. Flor-
na;hr i* o register the said name
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade &&, rfori- a
MAX B. MAIJNAS
9/11-18-25 10/2-9 Wnw
GREETINGS
BEHNE
PRINTING CO.
173 N. E. FIRST STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LEV I
PLUMBING
2-1517
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patron*
SCHRAGER'S
SUNDRIES
309 N. Miami Ave.
Miami. Fla.
Sincere New Year Greetings
ILA SMITH
LAUNDRY
312 CORAL WAY
PHONE 4-3464
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Electrical Workers
Local Union
No. 349
FRED HATCHER
Business Manager
PHONE 2-2651
ROBERT LAW WEED
du Pont Building
PHONE 3-4691
FAMOUS .
throughout South Florida
For Skilled Workmanship'
T AMIAMI
MOTOR REPAIRING CO
Joe Mero. President
1277 8. W. tth Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Max Singer
and'Son, Bill
IMMACULATE CLEANERS
1449 Collins Ave. 6.2453
TO OUR FRIENDS
and ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
REST HAVEN
HOSPITAL
"Where Patients Are Guests"
Supervision of
MRS. JOE K. NEWTON
47 N. W. 32nd Place
PHONE 4-6952
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ATLANTA LIFE
INSURANCE CO.
233 N. W. 9th Street Phont MM
SINCERE BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mrs. Charles Ratner
and SONS
Stanley and Nathan
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU
ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
"CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS"
GADD'S STEAM LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS
1776 N. W. 24th Street
Phone 3-2J
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE. INC.
3003 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-6401
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SAM LUBY
LUBY CHEVROLET CO.
West Flagler Street at 11th Avenue


FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1942
to i a:s
IT MEETING HERE
More than 75 delegates to the
i state convention of AZA, the
I junior order of B'nai B'rith, and
the junior B'nai B'rith girls,
September 6 and 7, received with
enthusiasm a war panel as part
of the convention program.
Speakers of the war panel
were Rep. Pat Cannon, Capt. El-
mer E. Tiedt, army chaplain, and
Bryan C. Hanks, chairman of the
Dade County Defense Council.
Milton A. Friedman, Miami at-
torney, national deputy of the
GREETINGS
BROWN'S GARAGE
General Repair*Welding
Motor Tune-UpMachine Shop
21S S. Dixie Highway
C. BROWN, Owner
PHONE 4-94S2
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Boats and Tackle for Rent
JERRY'S BAIT
AND TACKLE
-We Bait 'emYou Catch 'em'
Telephone 2-9322
1307 N. E. Bayshore Place
(At County Causeway)
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
MIAMI BEACH
NURSING SERVICE
SHIRLEY F. BOOXBAUM
Registrar
810 Alton Road
Miami Beach
TELEPHONE 6-4966
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
It's a Pleasure to Extend
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
tycoon tackle
shop. inc.
320 S. W. 22nd Ave.
PHONE 48-1731
BEST WISHES
To Our Jewish Friends and
Customers for A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BILL FOSSETT'S
PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
168 S. E. First Street
PHONE 2-7691
Our Sincere Wishes to Our
Jewish Friends and Patrons
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GEO.
EHLENBERGER
& CO.. Inc.
Wholesale Distributor
EHLENDALE BUTTER
EGGS and CHEESE
150 N. E. Seventh Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
*Jewist ncridHan
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
organization for Florida, reported j
that the St. Petersburg chapter!
had raised $30,000 for war bonds '
and stamps at one event and
members of the Miami chapter
had pledged $6,000 within the
last few weeks.
Members of AZA's 450 chap-
ters are donating blood to blood
banks, taking active part in the
physical fitness program and in
salvage and bond sale drives,
Friedman added.
The two-day convention closed
with a banquet at which the
principal speaker was City Judge
Emanuel Lewis of Savannah,
Ga., president of the Southeast-
ern district grand lodge. Other
special guests included Julius
Fisher of Roanoke, Va., district
secretary; Irving Kaler of At-
lanta, past national president,
and Allan Davis of Baltimore,
field secretary.
Teddy Sakowitz of Miami was
elected state Aleph Godol and
Paul Silverman and Marvin
Goldman of the Miami chapter
won the convention's debating
contest on the plan proposed by
Louis Adamic, author, for spread-
ing the tenets of democracy after
the war.
Miss Marvelle A d 1 e r was
chosen Florida sweetheart of the
AZA.
Buy War Bonds Today
To Our Patrons and Friends
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Palace Bowling Center
2101 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8898
Luckv Strike Alleys
2975 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 4-9160
SEASON'S GREETINGS
L. D. HAYNES
5811 N. W. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 7-2359
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. RALPH B.
FERGUSON
320 S. E. 1st Avenue
Miami, Florida
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
BARTENDERS &
WAITERS UNION
Local No. 133
MIAMI, FLORIDA
240 N. E. 8th Street
y
DR. ABRAHAM
WOLFSON
and
THE SPINOZA
FORUM
Miami Beach, Florida
WISH FOR ALL JEWRY
A HAPPIER
NEW YEAR
Cong. Schaarei Zedek
(Gates of Justice)
1545 S. W. Third Street
Miami, Florida
High Holy Days
Congregation Schaarei Zedek
is in complete readiness for the
Holidays, A. Pepper, president,
announced. Cantor Moses Teitle-
baum will chant the services,
which will begin Friday evening
at sunset and Saturday and Sun-
day morning at 8 a.m. A promi-
nent layman will address the
congregation, prior to theMusaph
services.
Present seat indications point
to the entire congregation being
filled for the High Holy Days and
an enjoyable Yom Tov is prom-
ised.
Talmud Torah
Registrations for the Talmud
Torah will take place all next
week, in the afternoons from 3
to 5 p. m. A committee of the
Ladies' Auxiliary will be in
charge. Complete Talmud Torah
plans will be announced shortly.
Membership
The membership drive has
gone forth steadily and our rolls
are increasing daily. We antici-
pate a membership of 100 in the
very near future. A general meet-
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AND ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
INVESTMENTS
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ing will be called immediately
after the holidays and a perma-
nent constitution will be adopted
as well as by-laws. Following
this, election of permanent offi-
cers will be held.
Ladies' Auxiliary
Mrs. Ida Buckstein, acting
president of the Ladies' Auxil-
iary, will appoint committees to
carry on the necessary functions
until permanent officers are se-
lected. The names of these com-
mittees and their members will
be announced shortly.
London(WNS).Thrust into
underground dungeons in the
Terezin fortress, largest concen-
tration camp in Nazi Europe, 50,-
000 Jews from Germany and
Czechoslovakia are "dying like
flies," a spokesman for the Czech
government, declared here.
"All hope for them has been
abandoned," he added. He dis-
closed that Jewish leaders in the
Czech Protectorate were told by
Nazis to prepare 15,000 other
Jews for deportation.
Meanwhile, the spokesman
pointed out that in Prague the
German campaign to extermi-
nate the Jews from the Protec-
torate had resulted in a decrease
of Jewish population from 40,000
to 15,000.
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YESHIVA
EDUCATIONAL
CENTER
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, 846 Michigan Avenue, will
conduct classes daily for child-
ren from kindergarten to tal-
mudic education.
Rosh Hashona services will be-
gin at 7 p. m. Friday evening and
at 8 a. m. on Saturday and Sun-
day mornings.
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.
Mishna and other adult educa-
tional classes daily at 6:30 p. m.
Special attention to bar mitz-
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.
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NEW YEAR
CLARK R. PARKER
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MR. and MRS.
MAYER H. FRANKEL
and FAMILY
1538 Jefferson Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
wish the
RABBI OFFICERS
DIRECTORS MEMBERS
and FRIENDS
of the
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
A NEW YEAR
of LIFE. HEALTH
and HAPPINESS

May they continue to aid in
the progress of our beloved in-
stitution with glad hearts and
minds free from anxiety.

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War Bonds For Victory!
By JOSEPH M. LIPTON. President
Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association
in Miami
Since the Defense Savings| erican are facing the biggest
Program was launched in May.: money-raising job in all history.
1941, events of far reaching im-ll believe that President Roose-
portance have happened. To pre- velt spoke for each of us when
serve our very existence we have; he said. "We are going to see
been compelled to wage war upon this thing through."
far-flung battle lines. To main- j The war can only be paid for
tain these lines, the President has in two ways by taxation and
said that during 1942 we must I by the sale of Government bonds,
produce over 60,000 planes; 45.- You know, of course, that we
000 tanks; 20.000 anti-aircraft must resort to both methods
guns; 8.000.000 tons of shipping; right up to the limit of our ca-
in addition to mobilizing, train- pacity. In such days as these, no
ing and equipping millions of citizen will attempt to evade his
fighting men. Upwards of 50 per share of taxes and will pay them
cent of our total productive ca- (as they come due. Another way
pacity and an equal share of our in which we can help our fight-
national income must be divert- ing" men requires a continuous
ed to making war materials. j program of saving individual-
This. naturally, has caused a ly savings, through our own reg-
tremendous increase in the mag- ular purchases of War Bonds out
for themselves and their fami-
lies.
As most everyone knows now.
War Bonds are on sale at post
offices, banks and federal sav-
ings and loan associations. Every
day more factories and other
houses are installing voluntary
payroll allotment plans of Bond
purchases for the convenience of
their employees. The 10 per cent
Victory Club is becoming well
known by the large number of
people who have joined it. You
probably know that the small-
est Bond sells for $18.75 and ma-
tures in 10 years at a value of
$25. earning interest of 2.9% a
year. Bonds can be bought out-
right in full or by saving until
you have enough for a Bond.
For youngsters and for the small-
er investor, the purchase of War
Savings Stamps offers a handy
way of buying Bonds on the in-
stallment plan. Just mount the
nitude of the financial problem
facing the Government.
Our country is now engaged in
a multi-billion dollar war. and
you and I and every other Am-
SEASONS GREETINGS
from
STEMBLER, ADAMS
FRAZIER
INSURANCE AGENCY
Incorporated
FIRST FEDERAL BLDG.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
of our earnings every week
and every month. We can serve
as group leaders in educating
other people to the value of sav-
ing regularly by buying Bonds
HAPPY NEWYEAR
i'
MIAMI WHOLESALE
GROCERY CO.
122 N. E. 11th Street
Distributors for
SCHLITZ BEER
OLD MILWAUKEE BEER
MIGROCO WINES
SINCERE WISHES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY PATRONS
SYLVAN PATERNO
DECORATORS
1359 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 3-0744
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MAULE
NDUSTRIlS
"A COMPLETE LINE OF
BUILDER'S SUPPLIES"
Miami Miami Beach
Ojus Ft. Lauderdale
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FARREY HARDWARE CO.. Inc.
1692 ALTON ROAD 717 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
WM. J. (BILL) PRUITT
AND FAMILY
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLORIDA PAPER BOX CO.. INC.
PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS
PHONE 3-2906 246 N. W. 29th STREET
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW
YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
MORRIS BROTHERS
DEPARTMENT STORE
1261 WASHINGTON AVE^ JM3 COLLINS AVE.
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SMITH'S BOULEVARD PHARMACY
Corner 19th St. and Biicayne Bird. Phone 7-5567 Miami. Fla.
Free Delivery Prescriptions "Fire Hour Film Service"
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COMPLETE DRUG STORE SERVICE
FT. LAUDERDALE 609 E. LAS OLAS PHONE 37
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
DR. W. H. MURRELL
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
7-11 CLUB
711 RED ROAD
. GREETINGS .
TAMIAMI
CYCLE CO.
1561 S. W. Eighth Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Schaaf Preservinq
Co., Inc.
1305 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-4634
Sincere New Year Greeting!
to Our Many Friends and
Customers
HARMON. INC.
142 N. W. 2nd St. Ph. 3-5777
Sincere New Year Greeting*
To All Our Friends
EHRLICH BROTHERS
WHOLESALE
MEATS
310* N. W. 102nd St. Ph. 7-44W
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Phone 7-1866 Eit. 1920
HENRY FLATTERY
MASTER PLUMBER
Sexeuer Syttem Man
7631 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
MR. AND MRS.
L. SILVERMAN
and the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
With for All Their Patrons
and Friends a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Stamps in your album until you
have enough to turn in for a
Bond.
The task ahead of us requires
sacrifice, self-denial, and the last
ounce of our energies and devo-
tion. In no other way can this
war be won. Secretary of the
Treasury Morgenthau put the
situation that confronts us into
a nutshell when he said, "War
is never cheap, but let me remind
you it is a million times cheaper
to win than to lose. The people
of a dozen ravaged countries can
tell us what it costs to lose. We
have made up our minds to pro-
duce and to fight with such an
overwhelming number of planes,
of ships, of tanks, of guns, and
fully equipped men, that the
Nazis and the Japanese can never
again threaten our freedom."
The goal of the Government
in selling War Bonds can be de-
scribed in these words:
"To have every wage-earner
and salary earner put aside a
part of every pay check, every
week, for the purchase of War
Bonds and Stamps. And when
I say 'a part' I do not mean a
mere token purchase of a few
nickels every week, or the
mere contribution of one per
cent, or two per cent, of the
week'y pay check. This is not
a token war. It is not a two
per cent war. It is not a war
that can be won with spare
change. Each of us will have
to figure out the very most
that we can set aside to buy
War Bonds, for our own good
and for our country's good, as
long as the war may last. I
suggest, then, that each of us
sit down this very evening to
study our family budget; that
each of us decide this very
evening, not the least but the
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. T. L. LOWRIE
838 N. W. 3rd AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
ADRIAN McCUNE
M. A. I.
Real Estate Appraiser and
Consultant
Security Bldg. Phone J-77M
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WEBER. THOMPSON
& LEFCOURT
ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS
SHORELAND ARCADE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
ON THE NEW YEAR
BRUSSELL'S
LACE SHOP
667 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
T O A L L
THE SEASONS BEST WISHES
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"A Home Away From Home"
3545 GRAND AVENUE
COCONUT GROVE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CORAL GABLES
GARAGE
132 Giralda Avenue
CORAL GABLES
PHONE 4-2424
most that we can ,
ff* 'or the ZS?**
Savings Bonds; that 'W*
fans.ate that arn^t >
Percentage 0f our n'">o,
ten or even fifteen 1 fi,e-
whatever we ehiose ^>l
to it by setting that p ^
aside week after WePk >
fail. Remember, Z **
Bonds we buy thB m ""
will fly." Uy'themorepian8
That is what our countr,
quires of us if We "'? *
feat our enemies and surv^
a free nation. Let us aT, ?
hind this program jus. ftfe
bttmo* than we R^J
I am sure that any members
any Federal Savings and u
AsSoCiation will begl?>
Plain in detail the vS&
of Bonds and Plans vhJ"?
Government has. *
. KEEP EM FLYING-Bv bln
ing Defense Stamps and BoJ
BEST WISHES FOR THE
NEW YEAR
LITTLE MIKE'S
BAR and RESTAURANT
68 Biscayne Street
MIAMI BEACH
ROYAL FULTON
BAKERIES. Inc.
EXT KM)
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO
THEIR FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MME. GLUCK
CORSETIERE
1632 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
PHONE 5 0t
MIAMI BEACH
Best Wtahf* for a
HAPPY ASP PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
FRANK S. EVANS CO.
INC.
Manufacturers. Distributors an*
Repairers of Fine Rattan
Furniture
Showroom!)7005 Klscayne Blvd.
Factory300 N. E. 7It Street
IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT
WE EXTEND
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
C. & G. GIFT SHOP
GREETING CARDS FOR
ALL OCCASIONS"
217 Vi N. E. First Aftnus
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BERNI HOTEL
204 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
PHONE 2-74*1
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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UDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942
-Jewisti rkridictn
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
B'nai B'rith
N
o t es
BY AL GREEN
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Guest Columnist
I have been writing this col-
umn for so many weeks now
hat many people have come to
elieve that instead of being a
uest columnist, I have been the
egular columnist for this B'nai
i'rith feature. Quite a number
pf weeks ago Al Green went on
vacation and asked me to take
liver this column until he return-
i. Yesterday, at the B'nai B'rith
neeting, I saw Al and I am now
eturning his job to him. In this
ny last guest column I shall not
ouch on the events at our meet-
ng this week in order to allow
W enough news with which to
art his column next week.
Last week Sholem Lodge spon-
sored the Saturday night dance
at Carl's Restaurant on the beach
V
RABBI AND MRS.
P. ZISSMAN
St. Augustine, Fla.
WISH FOR ALL JEWRY
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
^
Rabbi and Mrs.
Benjamin G. Eisenberg
wish the officers, members and
worshipers of Cong. Rodolph Sho-
lom, Tampa, Florida, and the
Jews of Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
y
RABBI AND MRS.
JACOB H. KAPLAN
Extend to all Jewry and particu-
larly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
m
RABBI AND MRS.
MOSES MESCHELOFF
Daughter. RENAH RAHEL
and Son. EFROM ZEV
wish for all Jewry and particu-
'rly the members and officers of
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach,
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
y
RABBI and MRS.
A. GOLDEN
and FAMILY
Tue,- EXTEND
'HEIR BEST WISHES FOR A
Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
to the Jewish Community of
Miami and Miami Beach in
Particular, and to the House
of Israel generally.
for service men. It was a huge
success. Instead of the ordinary'
music box, the lodge provided an
orchestra for the boys together
with cakes, cookies and soft
drinks. The following members
of the lodge and auxiliary helped
make the affair the success that
it was: Mrs. Benj. Landau. Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Turk, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack August, Mr. and Mrs.
Lou Heiman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Al Pallot,
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort and Milton
Friedman.
It was unfortunate that none
of the members of Sholem Lodge
took enough interest in the Jun-
ior B'nai B'rith order of the
A. Z. A. to attend its various
functions this past week-end
when the convention was held in
Miami. All the members of the
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DR. AND MRS.
CARL N. HERMAN
Wish for all Jewry
and particularly the Worshipers
of West Palm Beach.
Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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RABBI AND MRS.
DAVID L. ZIELONKA
AND SON
Wish for all Jewry, and particu-
larly the members and
worshiper* of
CONG. SCHAARAI ZEDEK
Tampa, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
AND FAMILY
extend to all Jewry, and particu-
larly the officers, and members of
the Shaaray Tefila Congregation,
sincere and heartfelt wishes for
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
RABBI AND MRS.
S. M. MACHTFJ
and Daughter. EVE NAOMI
Wish for the Members and
Officers of Beth Sholom
Center, its Sisterhood and
Jewry at Large
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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RABBI AND MRS.
LASARUS LEHRER
Extend to all Jewry and particu-
larly the members of
B'NAI ZION CONGREGATION
of Key West, Florida
8INCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
lodge had been invited to attend
and participate. The convention
was acclaimed by the boys as the
finest they have ever attended.
The Miami Chapter won most of
the honors. Marvin Goldman was
the oratory winner and joined
with Paul Silverman to also win
the debating. The Miami team
won the basketball trophy and
the Chapter as a whole won the
Milton A. Friedman Best Florida
Chapter cup. Jacksonville won
the bowling tournament. Ted
Sakowitz, the president of the
Miami Chapter was elected State
President and Leonard Merlin of
the Miami Beach Chapter, State
Vice President. Leonard Oxen-
berg of the Miami Chapter was
elected State Publicity Director.
Judge David Heffernan was the
guest speaker at a luncheon on
Sunday and Judge Emanuel Lew-
is of B'nai B'rith, District Pres-
ident, was the guest speaker at
the final banquet. A feature of
the convention was the war ser-
vice panel, the distinguished
speakers being Capt. Elmer E.
Tiedt of the Army Air Corps sta-
tioned on the beach, Bryan
Hanks, Chairman of the Dade
County Defense Council, and
Congressman Pat Cannon. Tiedt,
who was stationed in Pearl Har-
bor at the time the Japs attacked
gave a eye witness account of the
attack. Hanks told the audience
how they could best help in the
war effort. Congressman Cannon
told the boys how they stood in
the war set-up of the United
States. It was inspiring through-
out to see young Jewish boys
i{
RABBI AND MRS.
MANUEL GREENSTEIN
Wish for all Jewry, and particu-
larly the members and
worshipers of
CONG. BETH EL
of West Palm Beach, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
MORRIS A. SKOP
AND FAMILY
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the Officers and Members of
CONG. OHEV SHOLOM
Orlando, Florida
AND TO JEWRY AT LARGE
y
y
RABBI AMRAM PRERO
Wishes the officers and members
of B'nai B'rith, Students of Flor-
ida Colleges, and the Jews of
Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS
SAMUEL BENSION
end FAMILY
1536 Jefferson Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to the Officers, Directors and
Members of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center and all its af-
filated organizations. May our
Merciful Father in Heaven
grant our prayer for a speedy
and righteous peace.
orating on Jewish topics, sitting
in solemn conclave discussing
Jewish and world problems and
this in the face of temptation to
meet with beautiful girls from
the B'nai B'rith girls' organiza-
tion and dance and generally
have a lot of fun. I must admit,
however, they had plenty of that,
too. Incidentally, a feature of th"
banquet was the election of Mar-
velle Adler, daughter of George
Dunhill Adler as the A. Z. A.
Queen for the State of Florida.
Too much praise cannot be given
the advisors of the local chapter
who worked so hard to put the
convention over in conjunction
with the boys. The advisors con-
sist of Maurice Cromer, Nathan
Adelman, Sam Silver, Lou Hei-
man, Alex Cohen, Lester Lasky,
Milton Wasman and Milton
Friedman.
Please take notice that the
B'nai B'rith office has been mov-
ed to 650 Seybold Bldg., and that
the new telephone number is
3-6391.
In closing this my final guest
column, I want to thank Al for
having asked me to take over
the column in his absence and
to assure him of the great plea-
sure I had in writing it.
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RABBI AND MRS.
SAMUEL HALEVI BARON
Extend to all Jewry, and particu-
larly the officers and members of
Temple Emanu-EI, Ft. Lauder.
dale and its Sisterhood, sincere
and heartfelt wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
V
RABBI AND MRS.
MORRIS MARGOLIS
AND FAMILY
Jacksonville, Fla.
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
!
V
RABBI AND MRS.
M. WILLNER
St. Petersburg. Fla.
EXTEND BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO FLORIDA JEWRY
V
RABBI AND MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
DAUGHTER AND SON
Wish for all Jewry, and particu-
larly the members and officers
of Beth David Congregation, a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
4*
RABBI AND MRS.
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
AND SON
Extend to all Jewry, and particu-
larly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
SLOVAK PRELATE
GIVES WARNING
AGAINST NAZIS
London (WNS) Broadcast-
ing a stern "last warning" to the
Slovak people to disassociate
themselves from "the government
appointed by the pagan Hitler,"
Vice-President of the Czechoslo-
vakian State Council, Msgr. Pavel
Machacek. expressed his deep
shame with "the sufferings caus-
ed his Jewish fellow-citizens as
a result of the bestiality and sa-
diasm of the so-called Catholic
Slovak Government."
Declaring his protest was made
in the name of Catholicism as
well as for the sake of the Slo-
vak people's honor, Msgr. Ma-
chacek declared: "It is impossi-
ble to simultaneously serve God
and the devil, and it is impossi-
ble to be a good Christian and
an anti-Semite at the same time.
What has been done to Slovakian
Jewry by the Bratislava Govern-
ment is worse than what Herod
once did to the Jews."
To the Nazi-puppet government
headed by President Tiso he add-
ed: "I do not appeal to your
conscience and humanity because
you do not possess any, but I
hold you responsible before God
and the Slovak people for what
you are doing to these innocent
citizens. I call upon you for the
last time to desist from these
devilish deeds. God's punishment
and the vengeance of the Slo-
vak people will fall upon you
mercilessly."
RABBI AND MRS.
ISRAEL KAPLAN
Jacksonville, Fla.
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
*
RABBI AND MRS.
ALEX S. KLEINFELD
Wish for all Jewry, and particu-
larly the members and
worshipers of
B'NAI ISRAEL
CONGREGATION
St. Petersburg, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI DR. AND MRS.
LEONARD MERVIS
Extend to all, and particularly
the Jewry of
Pensacola
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
y*
y>
RABBI ERNST LORGE
Gainesville, Florida
WISH FOR ALL JEWRY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
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PAGE THIRTY-TWO
vJewist fhridficnn
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Jewish National Fund
Rosh Hashonah Message
By ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN. President
To our enslaved victims of the
Nazi terror, to the heroic martyrs
whose spirit not a thousand
ghetto walls can destroy, we,
their fellow-Jews, send out fra-
ternal greetings for the New
Year 5703.
To our comrades, the builders
and defenders of the Jewish Na-
tional Home, whose frontiers
they are protecting, the Jewish
National Fund of America ex-
tends its warm, hearty greet-
ings.
5702 was the blackest year in
the long history of our suffering
people. We have lost myriads
of the finest of our manhood in
the concentration camps, in the
ghettos and on the battlefields.
In this war Israel stands as an
Moritr M. Drucker and Family of
DRUCKER'S
ORIGINAL JEWELER
1053 Washington Avenue
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PHONE 5-3744
aged tree in a stormbattered,
I but not broken. The one great
hope is the sustaining faith that
burns in our hearts that the vic-
tory of the United Nations may
bring the final emancipation of
the Jewish people.
In the face of war and devasta-
N E W YEAR GREETINGS
BAY STATE
Brick and Cement Coating House Paints Wall Paints
Floor Enamel Varnish Brushes
BAY STATE PAINT 4 WALLPAPER CO.
BAY STATE QUALITY PRODUCTS
Famous for Quality
2047 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-0621 MIAMI. FLORIDA
IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO.
MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
SOUTHERN TWIN-PACK BREAD
AND
BETTER-MADE CAKE
SEYBQLD BAKING COMPANY
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SANITATION IS NECESSARY FOR
YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE
Rats, Roaches. Ants, Bed-Bugs and Other Dangerous
Pests are Positively Destroyed by Our Methods
TERMITE CONTROL
CHARGES MODERATE ESTIMATES FREE
ORKIN
1229 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone 3-4848
tion. economic dislocations and
threatening invasion, the work
for the redemption of the land
in the Jewish National Homeland
in Palestine has been carried 0:1
with a gun in one hand and a
plough in the other. Our pioneers
ha0 withstood the storm. They
are preparing for the Sixth
Aliyah.
The night may be dark, but
they see the promise of dawn in
the vision of a Zion redeemed.
It is in this spirit of indestruc-
tible faith in our blessed America,
in the future of democracy and
in a reconstituted Jewish Com-
monwealth that, as we hear the
call of the Shofar, we hear the
footsteps of redemption. An end
to this suffering must come, and
in a new world order the Chil-
dren of Israel will be free at last.
The New Year 5703 bids us.
American Israel: Carrv on! We
must provide help for the suf-
fering and carry forward the
great task of preparing for the
Peace. As we redeem the soil
of Palestine, we become re-
deemed. From Eretz Israel comes
the message: "Despair not, Zion
will be redeemed and Jerusalem
rebuilt, and the People of Israel
will achieve complete salva-
tion."
In this spirit of unshakable
faith, we send our greetings lor
a Happy New Year.
JEWISH INDUCTEES ci
ON YOM KIPPUR M
SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BISCAYNE TENT
& AWNING CO.
245 S. W. 6th Street Phone 3-6248
1141 S. Everglades Concourse
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 6-2341
GREETINGS
MAX'S
BARGAIN CORNER
443 N. Miami Avenue
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is being sought
of the present whereabouts of
Jack Goodman, who disappeared
from his home several years ago,
and since then has failed to com-
municate with or contribute to
the support of his wife, Sarah,
and son, Bernard, as a result of
which the family, living in New
York City, are in great need at
the present time and in dire need
of his financial assistance. Mr.
Goodman is presently believed to
be in Florida. He is 5 feet 6
inches tall, has black hair, weighs
130 pounds, has black eyes,
smooth-shaven. Anyone aware
of his location is requested to
communicate with the National
Desertion Bureau, 67 Wes* 47th
Street, New York City.
General Vhrian~Cr.ii-
rector of the Select2T
for the State offe***
nounced that he ha. fa*1
instructions to ^
borads. to honor **
by Jewish inducts. m>it
ferment should ,!?' *
on Yom KiPpuifctS*.*"
boards will ZEIJSM
ments only upon ,! dele'-
Jewish indiv&E^
of induction falls on t
will be granted the mM&
of several days' Mt/fft
will notify theirdr^, bjj
SEASONS GREETINGS
A. H. BRANNON
FIRST STATE BANK
OF MIAMI SPRINGS
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
I Wish to Extend the Hand of
Good Fellowship to My Friends
Through the Holy Days of
NEW YEAR
308 E. Flaoler St. Phone 2-3718
BEST WISHES TO OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
Miami Beer Garden
1242 N. W. 3rd Avenue
PHONE 2-88J1
S. A. FftL DISTRIBUTE CI.
EXETNDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS
3002 N. E. FIRST COURTMIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FROM
HUGH EMERSON
and HIS ORGANIZATION
Truck and Passenger Car Tire Headquarters
EMERSON TIRE COMPANY
U. S. TIRE DISTRIBUTORS
600 N. E. 1st Are. Telephone 3-5308 1185 N. W. 36th St
"THROUGH FRIENDS AND SERVICE WE GROW"
DR. and MRS.
SAUL H. KAPLAN
and Dauahter
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
*iJNOYD or DAMAGED by
INSECTS TERMITES
RODENTS Etc?
CALL 4-1375
fop Fret Advice and Inspection
AA
EXTERMINATING
Company
2388 W. FUgler Street
e. j ouiaroE
Manager
NIGHT and SUNDAYS .
CALL 4-3701
Holiday Greetings
LET US
SURVEY YOUR__
PRESENT POLICIES
ALL
COVERAGE CHANGE
with CONDITIONS

WAR
Conditions Will Reflect
in Your Policies
CHECK UP
MAKE PROPER
CHANGES NOW!
Ackerman Insurance Agency, W&
SEYBOLD BUILDING


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER.il, 1942
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PAGE THIRTY-THREE
Social

Personals
Clubs
Organizations
PERSONALS
PERSONALS
PERSONALS
B R I S I M
DEATHS
Morris Wroobcl returned from Mr. Nathan Adelmanrfpenl this Miss Eiajnc Meyer will return!
New York this week. past week end in Jacksonville. 1o Sophie Newcomb college in
. A t* i7- < !Wn,1 th('ro '"' was visited by his New Orleans as a sophomore
Mr. and Mrs. Leo EisenstemUq,, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and this year. Miss Meyer was vale-
left Monday to visit relatives in Mrs. Ch.-.rles Adelman, who are dictorian of her class at Miami
New York City.
St. Louis. now residing in Savannah da.

Stanley Tanenbaum returned Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lip-
In Ins home here after five weeks ton and family have returned to
the city after vacationing in the
North. Mr. Lipton is president
of the Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association of this city.

Miss Margery Rosengarten will
leave next week for the Univer-
sity of Alabama where she will
i nter as a freshman. Miss Rosen-
garten was graduated from Mi-
ami senior high school in June.
Also back from the North Caro-
lina mountains are Mis. Sidney
Palmer and children.

Mr. Sam Lobel of Miami Bi ach
vacationed in the North and re-
turned to the city last week.
s
Returning to Miami Beach.
from their vacation, this week
were Mr, and Mrs. A. Zinnamon.

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel
have returned here this week
alter vacationing in Hcnderson-
ville.

Donald Berkowitz. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz. is
home after a vacation in Hender-
sonville.

Mrs. Wm. Friedman has re-
turned home from a three months
vacation at Spring Valley and
Bell Harbor. Long Island.

Mrs. Henry Seitlin will leave
this week to visit her son Louis
who is stationed at Fort Bragg.
N. C. She will join Mr. Seitlin
there.

Mr. and Mrs. Morton Fagan
The Misses Naomi and Rita
Grossman returned this v I !.
from a three months stay in New
Jersey. They will resume their
studies at the University of Mi-
ami where Naomi is the presi-
dent of the Pan Hellenic
ciation.

Back to school is the password
for the junior these days. Off for
"Tally"' is Abby Silverstein. who
will be a freshman. Among the
freshmen at the University oi
Miami will be Gloria Kirstein.
Lillian Rubin. Joyce Oran. and
Judith Weiss.

After a summer holiday with
relatives and friends in New
York. Miss Gwendolyn Gordon,
president of the Delta Phi Epsi-
on sorority at the University of
senior high school and editor
of the yearbook.

Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Roth
will spend the Holidays in North-
ern Florida where Mr. Roth has
been for the past eight weeks.
He will return to Miami in about
four weeks with Mrs. Roth, after
completing a task with a Gov-
ernmental Defense project. Mr.
Roth is president of Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith.

Mr. and Mrs, Monte Sell" re-
turned Ibis week from a trip
through the Berkshire and Adi-
rondack mountains. Mrs. Selig
is president of the Miami Sec-
tion of the National Council of
Jewish Women. Her husband is
active in Federation and the
Army and Navy Committee.

Miss Ruth Rubin. 4411 Sheri-
dan Ave.. Miami Beach, has been
accepted as a WAVE and is
awaiting instructions to report
to Smith College in Massachu-
setts for training. At present Miss
Rubin is affiliated with the Am-
erican Red Cross and active in
social service work. She took her
graduate study in social work at
Tulane University in New Or-
leans.
The Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverman,
4310 N. Miami Avenue, took
place last Sunday afternoon at
51 N. W. 49th Street, the home
of Mrs. Anna Brooks. Mrs. Silver-
man's mother. Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei officiated.

At the St. Francis Hospital, on
Monday afternoon. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei performed the Brith Mi-
lah of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hilmer Swens. 2452 S. W. 16th
Terrace.

The Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rivn an. I'll1
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach,
took place at the St. Francis Hos-
pital Thursday afternoon, with
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. officiating.

Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated
iat the Brith Milah of the son of
Lieut, and Mrs. Harry B. Davis.
875 4Gth Street. Miami Beach, at
the Victoria Hospital, this after-
noon.
ENGAGED
Funeral services were held
Wednesday in the Gordon Fun-
eral home chapel for Louis (Bus-
ter) Rifas. 40. of 1250 Drexel
Avenue, Miami Beach, who dud
at his home early Wednesday.
Burial was in the Jewish section
of Woodlawn Park cemetery.
Rabl i- Max Shapiro and Colman
A. Zwitman officiated. Rifas.
who was in the abstract, and
title business. (Mine to Miami 17
years ago from Chicago. He wafl
a member of the Temple Israeli
the Miami Orthodox congregation
and B'nai B'rith. He leav.
sid< bis parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Rifas, his widow, Mr.-. Rose
Rifas: one son. Ki rmit. and oik
daughter. Elaine, all of Miami,
four brothers, David and Hyland
of Miami, and Morris and Arthur
of Chicago: and lour sisters, Eve-
lyn of Miami, Minnie of Chicago
Lillian of New York, and Mrs. I
M. Sevin, ol Beverly Hills. Calif
His father is president of tin
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation. Pallbearers were Josepl
M. Lipton. Gus Feuer. Goorgi
Wolpert. Herbert Sher. Charl
Marks. Max Marks. Isader Marks
T/ V c k ft" Miami, returned to resume her
and daughter Sunshme._ after,studiea* n(,,. Miss Gordon will
be a junior this year.
spending their vacation in Hen-
dersonville, returned to the city
this week.

Mrs. Victor Mell has returned
to her home, 1836 S. W. 9th St-
affer spending five weeks with
friends and relatives in New-
Miss Billie Sabshin. daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. I. Z. Sabshin.
will leave for Tallahassee on
Sept. 17 to work on her Masters
Degree at Florida State College
for Women. Miss Sabshin took
York and other Northern cities. her undprgraduatc work at ,h
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumbcrg
and daughter Charlotte have re-
turned from their vacation after
spending a month in New York.
Charlotte spent the Summer in
camp, and joined her parents
prior to their return.
University of Miami.

Among the many visitors to
Miami this week was Mrs. Jack
Grossman, executive secretary
of the Reconstruction Movement.
Mrs. Grossman was here to see
her son. Raphael, who is station-
Miss Marjory'starke will re- ed at the Beach. Private Gross-
turn to Coral Gables this coming man. an accomplished singer and
week to join her mother. Mrs. | violinist, is heard over the air
Francis Starke after spending on the weekly Contact broad-
the summer in the North visit-. casts. His mother is on the na-
ing relatives and friends. I tional board of Hadassah.
A NEW ARRIVAL OF
FRESH NORTHERN
Whitefish"Pike-'Carp
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
East Coast Fisheries
360 West Flagler Street
PHONES 3-5514 3-5515 3-5516
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SOBEL'S FILLING STATION
1900 S. W. 8th Street
PAUL SOBEL, Mgr.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PHIL DAVIS, Inc.
CLOTHING
138 Enst Flagler Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
MR. AND MRS
SAMUEL N. HALPERT
Family, and Son Stanton
now with the U. S. A. armed
forces in Australia, wish all
their friends and relatives a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ralph Neufeld is announc-
ing the engagement of her daugh-
ter. Muriel Eileen, to Jack Hol-
lander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ju-
lian A. Cohen. East Orange. N. J.
The couple met at the Univer-
sity of Miami where Miss Neu-
feld was a number of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority. Mr. Hollander
is in the naval reserve and will
enter Columbia university as a
midshipman in February.

Plans for an autumn wedding
are being made by Miss Beatrice
Merlin, daughter of Mrs. E. Mer-
lin, and Sergeant Milton C. Wein-
traub. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Weintraub. Sgt. Weintraub. sta-
tioned at Fort Custer. Michigan,
was graduated from Miami sen-
ior high school as was Miss Mer-
lin. Both have been active in
junior groups at the Y. The pros-
pective bride will be honored at
a shower given by Miss Marga-
ret Horowitz and Miss Beebe
Zeesman.
MARRIAGES
Private David Winner and
Miss Florence Cohen were mar-
ried last Wednesday evening at
the home of Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei. The newly weds reside at
950 Pennsylvania Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach.
BIRTHS
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LEFKOVE & MEYERS
109 S. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-1637
BISCAYNE
FISHING BOAT
PIER 7 CITY YACHT BASIN
9:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M.
BAIT AND TACKLE
FURNISHED FREE
LUNCH SERVED ON BOARD
For Reservations Phone 2-2236
SEASON'S GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
PHONE 2-2412
620 Security Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro
announce the birth of a son.
Saturday evening. September
5th. Mr. Shapiro is Sexton of tht'
Miami Beach Jewish Center.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis August'
1747 S. W. 16th Terrace, announce
the birth of a daughter, theil'
third child.

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gordon
announce the birth of a son. Wed-
nesday at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital.
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
West Palm Beach representative
of The Jewish Floridian. wishes
all her relatives and friends, and
all Jewry everywhere
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
For the Best in Deary
SEASONS GREETINGS
MALVESTUTO & SON
WOMEN'S APPAREL
131 Coral Way Phone 4-3123
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
iji
SIDNEY
L .
SEGALL
MR. AND MRS.
HYLAN H. KOUT
and FAMILY
wish all their friendi
and relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
(U
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. B. TAIT
ACCOUNTANT
8015 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI
A Distinguished Service
When in Need
MIZELL SIMON
FUNERAL HOME
WEST PALM BEACH
Products
ALFAR
CREAMERY CO.
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
__ Serving Palm Beach County, featuring th
Crl-5^*^'^- Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro-
ducts and Ice Cream.
AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
CE CHAM
UILC
IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT
WE EXTEND NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
H. L. ROBERTSON
PLUMBING and HEATING
1369 N. Bayshore Drive
Phone 2-6184
318 HARVEY BUILDING
PHONE 6093
Writing Fire and all Kindred Lines of Insurance
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r

raiDAY. SEPTEMBER
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SERVICES
West Palm Beach. Florida
grogation and their friends at a two weeks vacation in West Palm
reception in Schwartzberg Hal), j Beach. She is engaged in social
work in the department of the
FOR
Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herman
have returned from Chicago
where they spent their vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Simon and
daughter have returned after
spending several months in Ne-
wark, visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Feldman
have returned to their home al-
ter visiting in the North tor sev-
eral months.
Services for the Jewish New
Year will be held by Reform
Congregation Temple Israel Fri-
day evening at 8:15 and Satur-
day morning at 10. Services will
be held in the Temple. 2014
Broward Ave., Bethseda Park.
Dr. Carl N. Herman will of-
ficiate and the sermon topics for
the two services will be: '"Spir-
itual Preparedness" and "The
Evil of Religious Isolationism.'"
The musical responses will be Mrs. Dave Goldsmith, presi-
sung by the choir composed of dent of Beth Israel Sisti rhood.
Mrs. George Gamble. Mrs. Jo-1 was hostess at a card party last
seph Hill. Robert Atkisson. with Thursday evening.
Mrs. Robert Atkisson as organ-1 ______
ist. Jacob Barash will partici-[ Beth El held their regular
pate in the traditional services ; semi-monthly card party at Sher
of_the blowing of the ram's horn., Hall. Mrs. Al Waxman and Mrs.
in
Bureau of
Children.
Aid to Dependent
COCONUT GROVE YOUTH IS
KILLED IN AIRPLANE CRASH
Mrs. Sally Dubbin returned
Sunday after spending her vaca-
tion at Hendersonville.
Albert Kasanoff, 22 year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasan-
off, of Coconut Grove, was killed
in an airplane crash early Thurs-
day morning, near Perrlne, Fla.
Surviving him are his parents,
two brothers. Murray of Balti-
more, and Mitchell of Coconut
Grove, and two sisters. Leah and
Estelle of Coconut Grove.
CHURCHa-HOME
NEGOTIATIONS WITH ARABS
FAIL, DR. MAGNES ADMITS
On Saturday afternoon, from B. Ryder were hostesses.
three until five. Dr. and Mrs. ______
Carl N. Herman, Mr. and Mrs. Visiting Rabbi and Mrs. Green-
Leon Goldsmith and Mr. and stein is Miss Etta Grcenstein of
Mrs. David Goldsmith will re- Warren. Ohio, sister of the rabbi.
ceivc the members of the Con- Miss Greenstein will spend her
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
yi
TIP TOP GROCERY STORES
"THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET
AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES"
27 N. W. Fifth StreetPhone 2-8194
1301 West Flagler StreetPhone 2-6745
665 N. W. 36th StreetPhone 7-6276
2425 S. W. 8th StreetPhone 4-4461
Jerusalem (WNS)Dr. Judah
L. Magncs. president of the He-
brew University in Jerusalem |
and leader of the newly formed
"Ichud" movement whose pro-
gram calls for a bi-national Pal-
estine in a federation of Arab
states, announced this week that
all efforts to reach an agreement i
with Arab leaders on an Arab-:
Jewish pact had met with failure.
In an address at a public meet-1
ing arranged by the "Ichud" Dr.
Magncs declared that "after my |
meeting this week with Auni Bey
Abdul-Hadi. the noted leader of
the Palestine Arabs, I see no pos-
sibility of an Arab-Jewish pact."
He added that ::my negotiations!
with Auni Bey Abdul-Hadi had j
proven fruitless."
"The only way for a real
agreement with the Arab people
is direct contact between Jewish :
and Arab masses," he stated, j
"Jews must establish common j
Arab-Jewish clubs."
BUY
WAR BONDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
HARTLEY'S
East Flagler Street Through to S. E. First Street
"MIAMI'S LARGEST APPAREL STORE"
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
REED CONSTRUCTION CORP.
Engineers and Contractors
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING
BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte
and Sons Marvin and Stuart
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack August
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold
of Coral Gables
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Berkowitz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bronston
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen
and Family
956 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Z. Bouchter
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Martin Chochem
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg
and Daughter Charlotte
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
D
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drewich
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg
and Daughter Geralyn Dee
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenblanlc and
Son Aaron and Daughter Beatrice
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. Ehrlich
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elian
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Fine
and Son Louis
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
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SID AY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942
ifJknist /rk/r/rdtcJ/in
PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
lAZi EXPULSION
IF GERMAN JEWS
ORLY COMPLETE
| Stockholm (WNS)The Nazi
Lpulsions of Jews from Germany
[re virtually completed, with on-
a negligible number of Jews
nployed in German war indus-
fics and considered essential
[till remaining in the country, it
jras reliably reported here this
leek. All others have been de-
ed to Nazi-held eastern Eu-
ope.
Until Recently, only German
lews over 12 years of age and
tidrr 60 were deportqd. Now,
lowever. even younger and old-
Ir persons are being shipped on
tattle cars to Poland and Nazi-
.eld parts of Soviet Russia. All
jimates of the Grosse Hamburg-
Irstrasse, a Jewish home for the
Lged in Berlin, were deported re-
ently to the Czech fortress pris-
of Therezin. Included among
c inmates was a 95-year-old
fcroman,
The 8.000 Jews expelled from
Baden to unoccupied France in
he fall of 1940 have since been
ent to Polish ghettos. Hund-
reds of young Jewish girls, many
bf them only 14 years old. have
been sent to Nazi military broth-
els in Riga, Latvia, and else-
where. It is impossible to con-
Jews deported from Ger-
nany to eastern Europe.
Greeting Capt. Elmer E. Tiedt, army chaplain at Miami Beach who spoke at the state A.Z.A
convention held last Sunday and Monday in Miami, is Milton A. Friedman, national deputy of
the organization for Florida. Left to right are Friedman, Bryan C. Hanks and Rep. Pat Cannon,
and Tiedt, all of whom participated in the "War Panel" discussion, the feature event of the
sessions. Photo courtesy Miami Herald
New York (WNS)The United
Jewish War Effort, organized by
the American Jewish Congress
to raise funds among American
Jews for British, Russian, and
Chinese war relief, will cam-
paign actively for Russian relief
but will not participate in the
drive for funds to purchase 1,000
tanks and 500 bombers for the
Red Army as a "Jewish gift," it
was announced by Dr. Stephen
S. Wise, president of the Congress.
The appeal to American Jews
to buy the tanks and bombers
for the Russian Army was made
several months ago by the Jew-
ish Anti-Fascist Committee in
Moscow. Dr. Wise made his an-
nouncement following conferen-
ces in Washington with officials
i of the U. S. Government and of
the Soviet Embassy.
In his statement Dr. Wise said
that the military assistance re-
quired and deserved by the Sov-
iet Union is not within the com-
pass of any private agency or
the civilian population of this
country the only military as-
sistance which can and should be
given Russia must come from
the United States government.
KING CHRISTIAN OF
DENMARK GOES TO
SPECIAL SERVICES
London (WNS)King Christian
X of Denmark, attired in full
uniform and attended by his
court attaches, recently attended
special services in a Copenhagen
synagogue despite Nazi warnings
against his pro-Jewish sympa-
thies, it was reported in Danish
circles here this week.
The king"s decision to attend
the special synagogue services
was reported to have made a
deep impression on the entire
population of that Nazi-controlled
country. The Danish monarch,
who has long resisted Nazi at-
tempts to introduce antl-JewMb
legislation in his country, told
the worshippers that Denmark
had no Jewish question and that
"the Jews are part of my peo-
ple."
This marked tnt second time
that King Christian openly flout-
ed the Nazi authorities. Months
ago, pressed by the Germans
and pro-Nazi members of his
cabinet to sanction the introduc-
tion of the Nazi Nuremberg laws,
the king threatened to abdicate.
Fearful that his abdication would
result in open rebellion against
the Nazi regime, the Nazis yield-
ed to the king.
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gadon
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I. W. Al Leon Green
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H
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Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner
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E
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan
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M
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Mrs. Freda Newman
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and Family
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Friends
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and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
and Family
1923 S. W. 13th St.
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and Family
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Mi and Mrs. Abe Rubin
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PAGE THIRTY-SIX
*>, k n 1st) n FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
"
fh protests
againstthevichy
.deport act
Berne iWNS' Ignoring the
protests of the United States
Governmi nt. Pope Pius XII ami
leading French Catholic and Pro-
testant clergymen, the Vichy
Government this week intensi-
fied Hs round-up of Jewish refu-
gees, including those who enlist-
ed in the French Army in 1939
after war broke out, for deport
tion to slaw labor camps in N.
occupied Poland and Russia, it
was reported here,
The continued arrests of Jew-
ish refugees resulted in scores of
v/voU'st demonstrations through-
out unoccupied France. Mas*
meetings and demonstrations,
which in some places took th<
form of popular uprisings against
ihe Laval-Petain regime, occurred
in Vichy. Marseilles. Nice and
other cities in the unoccupied
zone.
Many pro-Jewish demonstra-
tions were touched off when
French police led hundreds of
Jews, scheduled for immediate
deportation to eastern Fin
through the streets. Th.e French
people jeered the police and
ight with them to help
Jews escape. In Toulou
police prefect, unable to >
with the pro-Jewish demonstn
tions, a; pealed to tl War De-
partment for troops to augment
lus police force but the request
was denied.
(Andre Philip. Fighting French
Con r of Labor and the
Interior, reported in London tins
week that Nazi authorities in
France has executed -h1 French
Dolicemen and arrested 300 oth
era on the ground that they
i tile Jews to avoid depor-
tation.)
With September 15 reported to
be the deadline of the round-up
of the 13.0(H) non-French J< WS
in unoccupied France, the French
people have made every attempt
to thwart the Vichy anti-Jew sh
pro ram. Hundreds of Jewish
r< fugees, with the help of French
patriots, were reported to have
escaped to mountains and for-
ests. In some eases Flench farm-
ers d( tended Jewish refugei s es-
... from Hi,' police with
scythes. To date, less than half
of the 13.000 Jews have bei w
yiCTORY
BUY
UNITED
STATES
y?AR
BONDS
AND
STAMPS

found by the police.
The anti-Jewish deportations
were1 bitterly denounced by Bish-
op Alicge of Toulouse. In ;i per-
sonal letter read from all pulpits
in the city, the Bishop said: "In
the concentration camps of Noe
and Recebedon In our diocese
horrible things are happening to
the Jews, who are human beings
like we are. Every imaginable
cruelty is permitted against them.
There are rights of man given by-
God to the human race which
should not be violated. Jewish
children, women and men are
treated like cattle."
Meanwhile, reports indicate
the deportation order will soon be
extended to native French Jews
as well as to refugees. French
Jews in occupied France are
panic-stricken, many of them
have sought to escape into un-
occupied France in the hope that
they will find better conditions
there. Nazi authorities have in-
creased their border guard on tl e
demarcation line, even using spe-
cially trained dogs to prevent
Jews from escaping into unoccu
;ui,i France.
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Navy. Light and fast. C**
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displace approximately iEj?
.and cost about S2.400,000 each. *
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--vis*
We need many of these'pow*,
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treacherous submarine type of Z I
val warfare fostered by out Z.
mie. Everybody can help fc
more Sub Chasers by WZ\\
least ten percent of his income^
War Bonds. Buy Bonds or Sla~
every pay day. Buy them t
>our bank, your post office, or Ira
your office or factory through ik
X'ayroll Savings Plan.
PRAGUE JEWISH PAPER IN
AwII -) EWISfi REGULATIONS
Zurich (WNS)Warning the
Jewish population of the severe
punishment for violation of any
ui the anti-Jewish regulations ef-
fective in the Czech protector-
ate. Juedishches Nachrichtenblatt
published for the Jewish com-
munity in Prague printed lists of
activities forbidden by the regu-
lations.
Purchase of German as well
as Czech newspapers are forbid-
,i n, in the long list published,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise
extend best wishes to ill
their relatives for a
Happy New Year
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
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"IT ANCHORS TO
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"For The Discriminating"
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PHONE 3-4743
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Miami Beach
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Miami Beach
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and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR_
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1942 TO „. i A:S IT MEETING HERE More than 75 delegates to the i state convention of AZA, the I junior order of B'nai B'rith, and the junior B'nai B'rith girls, September 6 and 7, received with enthusiasm a war panel as part of the convention program. Speakers of the war panel were Rep. Pat Cannon, Capt. Elmer E. Tiedt, army chaplain, and Bryan C. Hanks, chairman of the Dade County Defense Council. Milton A. Friedman, Miami attorney, national deputy of the GREETINGS BROWN'S GARAGE General Repair*—Welding Motor Tune-Up—Machine Shop 21S S. Dixie Highway C. BROWN, Owner PHONE 4-94S2 OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Boats and Tackle for Rent JERRY'S BAIT AND TACKLE -We Bait 'em—You Catch 'em' Telephone 2-9322 1307 N. E. Bayshore Place (At County Causeway) MIAMI. FLORIDA Best Wishes for a Happy New Year MIAMI BEACH NURSING SERVICE SHIRLEY F. BOOXBAUM Registrar 810 Alton Road Miami Beach TELEPHONE 6-4966 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend NEW YEAR GREETINGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. INC. 320 S. W. 22nd Ave. PHONE 48-1731 BEST WISHES To Our Jewish Friends and Customers for A HAPPY NEW YEAR BILL FOSSETT'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 168 S. E. First Street PHONE 2-7691 Our Sincere Wishes to Our Jewish Friends and Patrons for A HAPPY NEW YEAR GEO. EHLENBERGER & CO.. Inc. Wholesale Distri butor EHLENDALE BUTTER EGGS and CHEESE 150 N. E. Seventh Street MIAMI. FLORIDA *Jewist ncridHan PAGE TWENTY-NINE organization for Florida, reported j that the St. Petersburg chapter! had raised $30,000 for war bonds and stamps at one event and members of the Miami chapter had pledged $6,000 within the last few weeks. Members of AZA's 450 chapters are donating blood to blood banks, taking active part in the physical fitness program and in salvage and bond sale drives, Friedman added. The two-day convention closed with a banquet at which the principal speaker was City Judge Emanuel Lewis of Savannah, Ga., president of the Southeastern district grand lodge. Other special guests included Julius Fisher of Roanoke, Va., district secretary; Irving Kaler of Atlanta, past national president, and Allan Davis of Baltimore, field secretary. Teddy Sakowitz of Miami was elected state Aleph Godol and Paul Silverman and Marvin Goldman of the Miami chapter won the convention's debating contest on the plan proposed by Louis Adamic, author, for spreading the tenets of democracy after the war. Miss Marvelle A d 1 e r was chosen Florida sweetheart of the AZA. —Buy War Bonds Today— To Our Patrons and Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Palace Bowling Center 2101 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8898 Luckv Strike Alleys 2975 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 4-9160 SEASON'S GREETINGS L. D. HAYNES 5811 N. W. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 7-2359 A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. RALPH B. FERGUSON 320 S. E. 1st Avenue Miami, Florida SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BARTENDERS & WAITERS UNION Local No. 133 MIAMI, FLORIDA 240 N. E. 8th Street y DR. ABRAHAM WOLFSON and THE SPINOZA FORUM Miami Beach, Florida WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A HAPPIER NEW YEAR Cong. Schaarei Zedek (Gates of Justice) 1545 S. W. Third Street Miami, Florida High Holy Days Congregation Schaarei Zedek is in complete readiness for the Holidays, A. Pepper, president, announced. Cantor Moses Teitlebaum will chant the services, which will begin Friday evening at sunset and Saturday and Sunday morning at 8 a.m. A prominent layman will address the congregation, prior to theMusaph services. Present seat indications point to the entire congregation being filled for the High Holy Days and an enjoyable Yom Tov is promised. Talmud Torah Registrations for the Talmud Torah will take place all next week, in the afternoons from 3 to 5 p. m. A committee of the Ladies' Auxiliary will be in charge. Complete Talmud Torah plans will be announced shortly. Membership The membership drive has gone forth steadily and our rolls are increasing daily. We anticipate a membership of 100 in the very near future. A general meetHAPPY NEW YEAR Dade-Commonwealth Title Co. Represcntinc Lawyer's Title Insurance Corp. of Richmond. Va. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE The Oldest and Most Complete Plant in Dade County Abstract Dept., 37 N. E. 1st St. Title Dept., First Federal Bldg. PHONE 3-7641 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DeBOLIAC TRUCK SERVICE & EQUIPMENT CO. E. DeBOLIAC, Owner 440 N. W. 29th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Phones: Bus. 2-5294— Nite 2-5661 SALES AND SERVICE: Gar Wood Hoists Trailmobile Trailers Hercules Diesels Workmanship Guaranteed Machine Shop Service Electric Acetylene Welding General Repairing NEW YEAR GREETINGS DADE COUNTY GROWERS MARKET 1260 N. W. 22nd STREET PHONE 2-9958 GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY INC. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Blda. MIAMI BEACH TO ALL OF YOU May the New Year Bring You Health and Happiness OSCAR E. DOOLY. JR. AND ASSOCIATES REALTORS INVESTMENTS Myron Greentree Warren Kingsbury Ward Meagher Alice R. Lanni A. Otto Birn Ingraham Building—Miami Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldg. Miami Beach ing will be called immediately after the holidays and a permanent constitution will be adopted as well as by-laws. Following this, election of permanent officers will be held. Ladies' Auxiliary Mrs. Ida Buckstein, acting president of the Ladies' Auxiliary, will appoint committees to carry on the necessary functions until permanent officers are selected. The names of these committees and their members will be announced shortly. London—(WNS).—Thrust into underground dungeons in the Terezin fortress, largest concentration camp in Nazi Europe, 50,000 Jews from Germany and Czechoslovakia are "dying like flies," a spokesman for the Czech government, declared here. "All hope for them has been abandoned," he added. He disclosed that Jewish leaders in the Czech Protectorate were told by Nazis to prepare 15,000 other Jews for deportation. Meanwhile, the spokesman pointed out that in Prague the German campaign to exterminate the Jews from the Protectorate had resulted in a decrease of Jewish population from 40,000 to 15,000. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. MR. and MRS. H. L. GREENE and the CAPITOL DRESS SHOP 244 North Miami Avenue 100 East Flagler Street EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR 4J4 GENERAL SHEET METAL 1943 N. W. 1st COURT PHONE 2-3915 NEW YEAR GREETINGS DIXIE PIG RESTAURANT 101 S. STATE HIGHWAY PHONE 4-9337 We Wish to Extend Our Best Wishes for the NEW YEAR To Our Many Good Friends HOTEL EVANS Miami Beach. Florida New ... A Motor Oil which safely Guts Oil Cost in Half Now you can save as much as 23c a quart on motor oil. For Scientists proved that HEFINOIL lubricates better than hi-priced brands. Your motor will be cleaner, smoother-running, better protected when you use REFINOIL. Air. Lines first discovered, that' REFINOIL kept their motors in better shape. And the news spread to motor fleets and railroads. Their tests convinced motorists. Join Miami's thrifty car-owners. Change to this better oil, and save. Refinoil Motor Oil 211 S. W. 1st Court Open 7 to 7 YESHIVA EDUCATIONAL CENTER The Yeshiva Educational Center, 846 Michigan Avenue, will conduct classes daily for children from kindergarten to talmudic education. Rosh Hashona services will begin at 7 p. m. Friday evening and at 8 a. m. on Saturday and Sunday mornings. 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. Mishna and other adult educational classes daily at 6:30 p. m. Special attention to bar mitzvah 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. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ERNEST L BRYANT OFFICIAL REPORTER of the CIRCUIT COURT SLENDERIZE The Right Way — Scientific Reduction Our Specialty Also General Health Treatments For Better Health—Consult MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE ,P', G -,/ D Enrlin Director /013-15-17 Biscay ne Boulevard PHONE 7-789f BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. A. GLASS BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH nUBNDfl AND PATRONS EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP 1501 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-0673 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CLARK R. PARKER Distributor "Tom's Toasted Peanuts" Candies and Peanut Buttar Sandwich** MR. and MRS. MAYER H. FRANKEL and FAMILY 1538 Jefferson Avenue MIAMI BEACH wish the RABBI OFFICERS DIRECTORS MEMBERS and FRIENDS of the MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER A NEW YEAR of LIFE. HEALTH and HAPPINESS • May they continue to aid in the progress of our beloved institution with glad hearts and minds free from anxiety. i • I % %  f, a



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PAGE SIX *Jenisti Meridian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n ^ A TIMELY WORD By MRS. HENRY SEITLIN Pioneer Women's Groups of Greater Miami A New Year approaches! How much fear and awe these words have for us! What is in store for us this coming year? Our message to the Jewish people and to the world at large is to help to attain that goal that the united democratic nations have set out to accomplish so that the worst enemy of mankind. Hitlerism. may he banished from the face of the earth. This cannot be accomplished merely by wishful thinking. We daughters in Israel, members of a race thai has been greatly persecuted, must undertake a twofold task. We must do our share with all the might and energy 1 that is in our power and we must participate in the many defenseactivities that arc now being carried on in our glorious land. We must enlist and help with every phase of this work. We must also help with the defense work in the Near East. As members of the Pioneer Women's Organization of Palestine, we must strengthen our tasks to help those of our friends who are working for the cause and we should realize the great responsibilities in Jerusalem, which is now the second defense front of America and the most important power of England and the Near East. NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS MR. FOSTER'S STORE SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE 33 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE OFFICE SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS OFFICE FURNITURE ENGRAVING We Make Prompt Deliveries Our comrades are mobilized in the field of battle to defend us and we here in America must stand ready and determined in our duty to defend our country. We must carry out the work we have undertaken at our Eighth Annual National Convention. We have many new projects to accomplish, and we must and should complete these speedily and quickly. We cannot permit ourselves to lag and tn neglect this work because of the big danger that confronts th • entire world and the Jewish people in particular. We must continue to uphold the principles for which the Allied nations are striving to carry out and defend. The only way we can arrive at a peace that will make this world a finer and better place in which to live and the only way we can attain our goal is to assist our country and the Allied nations in this war effort. Happy New Year to all. OUR SUPREME WISH By MRS. FANNIE SELIG. President Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Wo en THE MIAMI SECTION of the NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN wishes to extend to all its members and friends best wishes in the coming year, Our supreme wish is that the New Year will bring PEACE to the world — a peace in which we may all take pride: a peace that will mean FREEDOM and LIBERTY to suffering mankind. To this end let us all work, counting no sacrifice too „,.,, no task too arduo„, ; l(1 d( f c n al part as individuals andasanO? VICTORY. PEACF HAPPY NEW YEAR! and NOW W / P • SU,mPS '^ B n Schrager's, Inc. 1001 WEST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA 'HIGHEST TYPE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACYPHONE 2-0707 V DR. and MRS. MAX PEPPER and FAMILY Extend Best Wishes HAPPY NEW YEAR to All Their Relatives and Friends MAY ALL ENJOY A NEW YEAR REPLETE WITH HAPPINESS FRED HOWLAND. Inc. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Postal Building ijj DR. and MRS. A. E. ROSENTHAL Bstend io All Th-lr Relative* and hrirnd* Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR -to everyone —everywhere OUR HEARTIEST NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS Hollywood Beach Hotel Oscar T. Johnson General Manager DR. and MRS. JOS. B. MARGOLIS AND DAUGHTER ISADORA AND SON STEVEN Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO YOU OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS RIVERSIDE LAUNDRY LIIElTlPFLI 464 WEST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR HOTELS—APARTMENTS INSTITUTIONS AND THE HOME DRY CLEANING LAUNDRY AND LINEN SUPPLY SERVICE PHONES 2-817 3 — 3-7454 — 5-2328



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%  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942 *Jewisti fkridHknn PAGE NINETEEN The Cry Of A Lost Soul By RABBI BENJAMIN G. EISENBERG Congregation Rodolph Sholom Tampa, Florida At nightfall, travellers on the River Amazon in South America | sometimes hear a most mournful wail as they sail down the river! between dense forests. The In-1 dian guides tell them that this most mournful wail comes from a bird and the sound is so pitieous, tragic and sad that they have given the bird a name which means, "The Cry of a Lost Soul." As planet Earth makes its revolution around the sun in the past year, it left behind it a trailing comet of wailing sound and vapored tears. The wailing GREETINGS PURCELL CLOTHING & FURNITURE STORE 301-321 W. Church St.—Ph. 3261 ORLANDO, FLORIDA SANFORD — LAKELAND We Clothe the Family We Furnish the Home NEW YEAR GREETINGS YOUNG'S REPAIR SHOP PHONE 5087 112 COURT ST. ORLANDO, FLORIDA sound traveled to the four corners of the universe and the planets and stars stopped their heavenly course to pause and hear whence comes this wailing cry. And deep called unto deep and a voice from infinity answer, ed and said. "It comes from man who dwells on Earth." And the sound was so pitieous. tragic and sad that they called it, "The Cry of a Lost Soul." The history of the past year has been but one prevailing cry —the cry of a lost soul. It took centuries for man to discover a glimpse of his soul—a generation to lose it. He is again groping in the dark, stumbling in a maze. At some point in the revolving doors of civilization he lost his sense of direction and is now whirling about not knowing whether he is coming or going. He is building to destroy and is destroying to build. He is multiplying so that more can die on HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS THOMAS LUMBER CO. 231 W. 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From $1.25 Without Bath—From $1.50 With Bath FREE PARKING COFFEE SHOPPE ELEVATOR SERVICE the battlefield and more die on the battlefield so that the remnant can multiply. He builds ships to make the water highways safe for communication, and more ships to destroy that safety. He spends years in learning how to fly and more years in means of shooting himself out of the sky. He invents serums to save lives and gases to destroy them. The pennies to feed the mouths of the hungry and he does not have but spends millions to feed the mouths of cannon. He lives in a world of milk and honey but has not learned to feed himself. He gives himself aires and imagines that he is great but he is only a lost soul and does not know that he is lost! Sometime in the past the Lord of the Universe heard man's mournful cry and was filled with compassion. He gave man a code of laws and a small people of priests to teach them these laws. The priests sometimes neglected to teach, often man refused to learn and more often priests were beaten and Law was burned. But the Law continued to persist, its people of priests continued to exist but man still continues to persist. Both Law and priests have become outcasts on a major portion of this globe where reigns supreme the Lost Soul of Man. However, in those corners of the earth where its cry does not penetrate, the Law and its priests are hopefully and patiently awaiting the new year and praying that the time may not be distant when man will find his soul again! Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR RUSS MATTRESS COMPANY 1122 W. Church PHONE 22213 ORLANDO, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS WALKER FERTILIZER COMPANY Manufacturers and Importers of HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER AND FERTILIZER MATERIALS PHONE 6771 ORLANDO FLORIDA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PacRite AMERICAN MACHINERY CORPORATION Fruit Packing and Canning Equipment May-Cobb Fertilizer Distributors PHONE 6184 ORLANDO, FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR KEEN. SIGHT KEENE & KEENE, INC. 203 S. Orange Are.. Ph. 4967 ORLANDO. FLORIDA New Year Greetings By DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi Emeritus. Temple Israel Miami. Florida Never in the history of the world has the Jew had the opportunity to hallow the name of God as he has today. Brothers! A thousand times we Jews suffered and died because we have upheld the inner meaning of life, of justice, of truth, of humility. The sacred memory of our martyrs has been an inspiration to us that we too may be ready to sanctify God's name through our suffering and unshaken faith. Today we are suffering more than ever before throughout the entire world and I call heaven and earth to witness that We Jews have not failed and shall not fail in this terrible crisis to sanctify God's name through our suffering, so that through our stripes the world may be healed, and the earth may become full of the spirit of God as the waters cover the sea. May God bless you, my Brothers, on this New Year, and may He bring redemption to us and to the whole house of Humanity in our own time, this very year. Amen. KEEP *EM FLYING—By buying Defense Stamps and Bonds. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LOU MARKS SIGNS Any Kind Any Where School Stage Scenery PHONE 6272 Rear 22 E. Church St. ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR WALTER MENGES CLOTHIER TO MEN 206 North Orange Orlando, Fla. HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Friends and Customers SOUTH POLE FISH & POULTRY MARKET Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cole 618 S. PARRAMORE ORLANDO. FLORIDA Happy New Year Greetings J. S. JONES THE TEXAS COMPANY 1239 Atlanta Ave. Ph. 5631 ORLANDO, FLORIDA NATIONAL BATTERIES We Replace All Makes Made By the World's Largest Manufacturers JONES SERVICE STATION W. Pine and Garland Street PHONE 6688 ORLANDO. FLORIDA SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS INLAND PRESS PUBLISHERS PRINTERS J. M. ELLISON. Prop. 304 W. South Phone 5704 ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SHELL OIL CO.. Inc. P. H. HOWARD, Area Manager ORLANDO, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS ORLANDO PLUMBING & HEATING CO. H. D. LOUCKS. Manager Phone 6614 1800 N. Orange Ave. ORLANDO, FLORIDA "Standard" Plumbing Fixtures— Silver Chrome Bathroom Accessories— Petro-Nokol Oil Burners — Acme and Whltehead Kitchen Cabinets DEPENDABLE SERVICE Oil. Gas, Electric and Sun Water Heaters—Sprinkling Systems BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR STOKES 2314 North Orange Avenue PHONE 23288 ORLANDO, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS Cold Smoke Products Co. of Florida, Inc. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942 vJenisfi fkricfifiun PAGE TWENTY-THREE Our Way' Tol U niversal Responsibility By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Congregation Beth David Miami, Florida "Bamokom Sheballai T'shuva lomdim, Ein Zaddikim Gemoorim lyecholim L'amod!" "True repentence is the keyInotc of the hour." In keeping with the expressed Idesire of the editor of the "Jewish Floridian" to condense all IRosh Hashanah messages to approximately four hundred words [in order to decrease paper usage, I thereby aiding in the "All-Out I War Effort,"—I recall that at the [World's Fair, several years ago, [we witnessed the wizardry of a I man who wrote the Ten Com[mandments in full on the back of a cancelled postage stamp; and after we had fairly swooned with amazement over the neatness and A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR To All My Friends and Acquaintances J. J. FARREY BUILDING DIVISION MIAMI BEACH. FLA. legibility of this achievement, he showed us another one-cent stamp on the back of which he had written not only the Ten Commandments but the Sermon on the Mount as well. I feel that we are trying to perform a similar feat of telescopic condensation when we are to give a Rosh Hashanah message within the space limits of this article. Briefly, let me point out at the outset that it would be a sinful error to dissociate ourselves from any share in the responsibility for our present woes. For such self-justification immeasureably increases the present day tragedy. It prevents us from transforming our anguish into a stepping-stone towards nobler spiritual achievement. Our religious and historic tradition in this hour of penitence teaches us that we, like our ancestors, should in the presence of world calamity be honest and humble enough to Best Wishes to Our Many fewish Friends and Patrons HIGHLAND PARK PHARMACY GLENN R. HALL. Prop. 936 N. W. 7th Avenue say, "L'fee Shechetonu" because of our sins did this happen. In view of such realization and at this time in world crisis, this season of meditation and souluplifting dare not be devoted for petty and egotistic advantages, but rather one's prayers should be concentrated upon universal concerns. Our supplication must be primarily that the Almighty impress His Name upon all His works; that He grant peace to mankind; honor to Israel and that iniquity perish. It is related that the dethroned Czar Nicholas II asked his captors to increase his daily ration of bread and that more comfortable Service be granted him. Such a request earned him the scorn and laughter of his former subjects. Instead of protesting his degradation and bravely demanding the restoration of his former prerogatives and glory, he fell so low as to ask merely for little things to satisfy his stomach. "Stupid Nicholas!" all remarked. So too our anxiety today should therefore be concerned with a speedy rehabilitation of the world, for universal recognition of His Omnipotence and for the restoration of Israel's glory in Eretz Yisroel. This universal approach all mankind must make and all Jews must pray for during our peniON THIS NEW YEAR— It It Our Wish That it Bring You Genuine Happiness — And Abundant Health DADE REFRIGERATING CO., Inc. 1792-98 N. W. 20th Street PHONE 27868 GREETINGS tWM S^CcZe/ ON THE OCEAN AT FOURTEENTH STREET MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE BOYS IN SERVICE tential season. Its achievement can be realized if we ever remember the remarkable story that on the Day of Atonement, the celebrated Rabbi Levy Isaac of Berditchev addressed his flock as follows: "Brethern, you must know that at this moment a strife is being carried on in Heaven among the guardian angels of the different nations, each of them maintaining that the particular nation which he represents has the most just claim to rule the world. The English pray for the pre-eminence of their king, the Germans for the superiority of their kaiser, and the Russians for the exaltation of their czar." The Rabbi then lifted his eyes to heaven and said, "But I Levy Isaac, pray—'Yisgadal V'Yiskadash Shmai Rabba'— His Name alone shall be magnified and sanctified; that is, May it please the Omnipotent Creator to proclaim his kingdom A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. WALTER K. FOLEY LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH We Wish Our Friends and Customers Abundant Happiness and Prosperity Through the New Year GRAHAM Automobile Service 61 N. E. 9th Street PHONE 8-6097 SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ELECTROLUX Incorporated Postal Building The City of Miami Beach ^ Extends Best Wishes for a Happy and Victorious New Year throughout the universe; that He alone reign in all His world." With such a prayer we usher in the new calendar year 5703, that the world may appreciate the full reality of God,—just as the Almighty is One, by the same token all humanity is one. And to all my friends, I express the seasonal greeting of "Shnas L'alter L'chayim Tovim"—peace and salutation to all. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EAST COAST BAR 2830 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-9162 NEW YEAR GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 Twentieth Street PHONE 5-6669 MIAMI BEACH MR. and MRS. RUBIN FEINBERG of the FRED MARTIN APARTMENTS 1608 Drexel Avenue EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS TO ALL MY FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Arthur W. Eisenmeyer, Jr. 56 S. W. 1st STREET "TO OUR MANY FRIENDS ANO I ACQUAINTANCES — A MOST \ HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR" ENJOY THE BREEZES OF THE BEAUTIFUL BISCAYNE BAY AT THE Columbus Hole 50 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD and The Hotel Towers 322 S. E. 2nd AVENUE "OPEN THE YEAR AROUND" GREETINGS JOHN A. MOORE AND E ENGINEERING CO. 47 N. W. First Street To Jewry Everywhere A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates BISCAYNE F \ •A i



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PAGE SIXTEEN fJewisti FhrkHcun FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER ROSH HASHONO 5703 By RABBI MANUEL GREENSTEIN Congregation Belh El West Palm Beach. Fla. September 12th marks the beginning of a new year according to the Jewish calendar and our people will utter New Year's greetings one to another. They will all pause from their daily duties and enter synagogues and temples to pray and to take stock of the events that have come upon the world. They will note that conditions arc becoming increasingly more difficult from year to year, and the beginning of the New Year holds little apparent hope for the immediNew Ye.ir Greetings to Our Friends and Customers VICE'S BAR & RESTAURANT 35 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-3891 ate alleviation of the situation. Everyone will therefore come into the house of worship with a heavy heart and a depressed mood. Everyone has been affected. Those we love will be missing from their regular pews. Mothers and fathers will shed an additional tear for the son who is far away, perhaps across the seas. Prayers will rise to God from hearts full of pain and longing for the absent ones. The unspoken, but deeply felt question, rising from our hearts will be the ancient utterance of the Psalmist. "From whence shall my help come?" It is hoped that when the solemn season ends, and the last prayer is said, every worshiper will be able to answer for himself, "My help cometh from the Lord, who made heaven and earth." In this great catastrophe we SEASONS GREETINGS S. ERNEST PHILPITT &SON Musical Instruments NEW YEAR GREETINGS E. Q. RODGERS Registered Real Estate Broker MIAMI BEACH PROPERTIES 237 Fifth Street MIAMI BEACH. FLA. PHONE 5-4812 i will find no greater comfort than in the source of our spiritual i life. In the rapidly changing scene we have all been drawn closer to our Heavenly Father. We are heeding more carefully the ancient counsel of Isaiah, jwho spoke to us centuries ago 'and said, •'Come, my people, enter thou into thy chambers, And shut thy doors about thee: Hide thyself for a little moment, Until the indignation be overpast." Ours is not a day of rational thinking. Rather is it a day of storm and stress when an uncontrolled tempest has come upon us. to maim and to wound, to destroy and to lay waste, to murder and to kill. It is, therefore, not sufficient to fight ; against it. but also to turn to God %  the real source of our salvation. The Jewish people has been dedicated from of old to spiritual living, and it must lead the way back to God. It must return to the storehouse of our tradition which is the Synagogue. At all times the Synagogue has been the haven from hatred and persecution, and it is to this day our greatest source of comfort. Here we achieve a feeling of kinship and fellowship with God. Here we may taste of our spiritual treasures which is still strange and foreign to many of us. Here will become clear to us the things we stand for. and the ideals the United Nations arc fighting for. All democratic peoples have accepted the basic principles of religion which upholds justice and righteousness, brotherhood and love. The Jewish people then must reenter its own home, the Synagogue. It must reawaken its youth to an awareness of the gifts of centuries of sages and scholars. In this task no one of us must fail, for upon our return to these ideals can the words of the Psalmist become real to us. "My help cometh from the Lord." Through Jewish worship and Jewish education our people will be sustained and all Israel will carry home to its own heart a great faith in eternal principles, which will bring them nearer to God our Father and He will listen to our prayer and answer. May God grant us all a very happy New Year, and may He grant speedy victory to our nation, and peace to all mankind. NAVY TO NAME WAR*** AFTER PEARL HARBOR g NEW YEAR GREETINGS M. F. SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY INGRAHAM BUILDING MIAMI NEW YEAR GREETINGS ETHEL SCHAFER PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER NOTARY Associate of Q. RODGERS. Broker 237 Fifth Street MIAMI BEACH. FLA, PHONE 5-4812 Sincere New Year Greetings DAY AND NITE CURB MARKET 47 N. W. 79th St. Ph. 7-9379 Best Wishes for A Happy New Year Florida Wholesale Grocery Co. 82 N. E. 24th Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS Main Parking Lot AND Main U-Drive-it Service J. BARBASH &. SONS. Inc. 261 N. E. First Street PHONE 2-8994 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MORRIS KALER KALER PRODUCE CO. 1200 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. i -5197 GREETINGS FROM THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY WOMEN'S CLUB BUILDING '.' 7 N. May shore Drive Studios: Miami Beach. Shenandoah PHONE 2-5835 ((xJe wish all our friends and patrons and all the Jewish people —a year of health, happiness and prosperity NEW YEAR GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends McAllister Flowers %  S ay It With Flowers But Say It With Ours'' 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773 GREETINGS ROBBINS WAREHOUSING AND DIST. CO. 1109 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-9480 ESTABLISHED 1760 SOMETHING tf£t4/ HAS BEEN ADDED NEW YEAR GREETINGS JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Many Friends STANDARD Wholesale Grocery Co. PHONE 3-3129 149 N. E. 10th Street The late Ensin Ira Weil J e (. frey. who died at Pearl Harbor and for whom the new B'nai B nth Lodfie in Minneapolis was recently named, is now to be honored by the United States Navy which plans to name an escort vessel of the destroyer tvoe after him. So far as is" known. the U. S. S. Jeffrey will be the first naval vessel in American history to be named after a Jew. Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom— HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Patrons and Our Friends Miami Pants Store, Inc. J. D. SIMON, President BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR C. N. GRIMSHAW NEW YEAR GREETINGS OVERSEAS TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. Inc. 236 S. W. N. RIVER DRIVE PHONE 3-3615 MR. AND MRS. JAKE NEHAM AND FAMILY Miami Beach Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Palroni and Friends MILLER ELECTRIC CO. A. W. MILLER 5872 S. W. 4th Street PHONE 4-4292 SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM NORMANDY SCHOOL LEO HUBERMAN 1021 Biarritz Drive Phont 6-1061 Miami Beach NEW YEAR GREETINGS ,f. I I %  MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WM. J. BROWN Seybold Building Sincere New Year Greetings from BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue PHONE 6-2040 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR I. Holden Beckwith Jack Holden Beckwith Exodontists Ingraham Building MIAMI. FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency. Inc. PHONE 2-8181 Seybold Bldg. Miami Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. A MOST HAPPV NEW YEAR PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating TACCO PRODUCTS" 334 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami. Florida



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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT *• Jewish fkridfiann I • THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES BT HARRY SCHWARTZ Happy New Year To All The officers, members of the board of directors and general membership of the Young Men's Hebrew Association and the Young Women's Hebrew Association take this opportunity of wishing each and every Jew in the Greater Miami area a Happy and Prosperous New Year. We hope that the year 5703 will bring us an everlasting peace, good health, happiness and prosperity. Maurice Grossman, executive director, is making many plans for the coming year. There will be cultural, social and athletic programs to suit everyone, adults and children alike. The time has now come when every Jew should think of the Y. M. H. A. as his or her Community Center. It is not operated or controlled by any particular group, but by the Jewish community in general. Make this your Center. Biography of George Rachlin George J. Rachlin, member of our board of directors, was born in New York City on September 2, 1913. He attended P. S. 46 and George Washington High School and was in business with his father until the year 1933, when he came to Miami. He immediately went into the cleaning and dyeing business, where he still continues to flourish. He met his wife, Rose Gershon, at a Y. M. H. A. dance and was married to her on June 26. 1938. George has been very active in the Bowling League of the Y. M. H. A.. ranking sixth for the past several years. This past summer he did a splendid job as treasurer of the Home Camp. Temple Beth El West Palm Beach Florida HEBREW SCHOOLS HERE TO OPERATE ON UNIFORM BASIS A MOST HAPPV NEW YEAR TO ALL JEWRY ROGER W. ARNOLD 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA To All My Friends and Acquaintance* A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN FALKENBERG District Manager American Express NEW YEAR GREETINGS UTZ, THE TAILOR Ladiei and Gents Tailoring 235 23rd Street Ph. 5-9547 MIAMI BEACH NEW YEAR GREETINGS The Tiffin Restaurant 320 Santander Awe. Phone 4-9286 CORAL GABLES BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ARTHUR J. GUCKER ACTING TAX COLLECTOR NEW YEAR GREETINGS Miami Wholesale Corp. 118 N. W. First Avenue PHONE 3-3449 NEW YEAR GREETINGS P. A. N E F F MACHINERY Complete Line of C.ONTRACTORS EQUIPMENT 1920 N. W. Miami Ct. Ph. 3-5147 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS ACME SUPLY CO. 134 N. E. Sixth Street MIAMI, FLORIDA TOE ROOD Extends Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year to All COMPLIMENTS MR. AND MRS. HENRY D. WILLIAMS AND DAUGHTER BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BECK'S GARAGE 1132 Fifteenth Street Miami Beach. Fla. PHONE 5-1422 The RABBI. OFFICERS and DIRECTORS OF THE Miami Beach Jewish Center in heartfelt and grateful appreciation of the splendid and generous support given us by our friends during the past year extend BEST WISHES to all the members of our community, their families and all Israel for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR which will see the end of strife and the establishment of JUSTICE and PEACE for all mankind. The associated Hebrew Schools of Greater Miami, newly formed educational group, functioning with the approval of the Greater Miami Rabbincal Association, has announced that registration of pupils for the Talmud Torahs of this area for the ensuing year will be held on September 14, Monday, from 4 to 6 p. m. Enrollments will be taken at Beth David. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, and Temple Israel in Miami and Beth Jacob Congregation and Miami Beach Jewish Center in Miami Beach. Plans for the new association call for the education system of Talmud Torahs here to operate with a uniform program and curricula. Cantor Nathan Levinsohn of Miami will chant trie services at Temple Beth El, West Palm Beach, Fla. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein will conduct the services I and preach the sermons. Cantor 1 Levinsohn has been recalled to I West Palm Beach for the third .successful season, indicating his I popularity with the members and worshipers of the temple. Plans have been made to accommodate about 500 soldiers (Stationed at the nearby camps, Morrison Air Base, Murphy Base, JBoca Raton and Sebring. The boys will be noused and meals have been arranged for them for the Holidays. Services will be held at the temple Friday evening, September 11, at 8 p. m., and morning services will begin at 8 a. m. Mr. Jacob Glasser, local prominent FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER u, ^ citizen, will chantihTT 5 ?* services. Sermon topfc J*f day evening will be p "' a Troubled World." S i ? morning Rabbi Greens?^ ay preach on the theme v^ Our Best." Sunday' > before the Shofar servl" 18 10:30, the topic of the 2S al be "The Modern Me£jW Shofar." Committee in 1 < of sale of tickets for the ten are Louis Schutzer and £ Goodmark. All seats have £ reserved due to large numbeTo soldiers. All soldiers will be a, mitted freev^f charge as !„' nounced by Jack Kapner, chair" man of the board of govemoM of the temple. ,ot! You don't need a ration card Buy Defense Bonds Today. A HAPPY NEW YEAR NAT KLEIN ENN-ESS GARMENT CO. Wholesale Dresses, Suits and Coats 44 N. E. 1st Avenue Miami MR. and MRS. JULIUS DAMENSTEIN AND DAUGHTER Wish for All Their Friends A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Ray Wright AUCTIONEER PHONE 2-2860 For An Auction Use the "WRIGHT WAY" LEGAL NOTICES NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PHII, DAVIS (Not Inc.) at 138 E. Flagler Street. Miami, Florida. Intends to register the said name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID M KAPLAN Sole Owner 8/14-21-28 9/4-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IZZY'S PLACE, located at 338 S. W. 37th Avenue. Coconut Grove, Florida. Intends to register the said name in the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. I8ADORE TENDRICH .. Sole Owner 9/4-11-18-23 10/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of El, MIHASOL UrNPRT AND DRY faM^'SP A < SE N CY\ located a 2661 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Florida Intends to register the said [7? me „. ln lne o'ri !" of the Cle>rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NOEL, BRING MAX R. SILVER !" r Attorney for Applicant 9/4-11-18-25 10/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in V4i v w-,t OMI ANY. located at iAl &JK'.'" Aynu*. Miami. Florn a ; h r i* o register the said name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade &&£, rforia MAX B. MAIJNAS 9/11-18-25 10/2-9 Wnw GREETINGS BEHNE PRINTING CO. 173 N. E. FIRST STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEV I PLUMBING 2-1517 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patron* SCHRAGER'S SUNDRIES 309 N. Miami Ave. Miami. Fla. Sincere New Year Greetings ILA SMITH LAUNDRY 312 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-3464 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Electrical Workers Local Union No. 349 FRED HATCHER Business Manager PHONE 2-2651 ROBERT LAW WEED du Pont Building PHONE 3-4691 FAMOUS throughout South Florida For Skilled Workmanship' T AMIAMI MOTOR REPAIRING CO Joe Mero. President 1277 8. W. tth Street SEASON'S GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. Max Singer and'Son, Bill IMMACULATE CLEANERS 1449 Collins Ave. 6.2453 TO OUR FRIENDS and ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR REST HAVEN HOSPITAL "Where Patients Are Guests" Supervision of MRS. JOE K. NEWTON 47 N. W. 32nd Place PHONE 4-6952 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ATLANTA LIFE INSURANCE CO. 233 N. W. 9th Street Phont MM SINCERE BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAH Mrs. Charles Ratner and SONS Stanley and Nathan MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY "CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS" GADD'S STEAM LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 1776 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-2J SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE. INC. 3003 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-6401 SEASON'S GREETINGS SAM LUBY LUBY CHEVROLET CO. West Flagler Street at 11th Avenue



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SID AY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942 ifJknist /rk/r/rdtcJ/in PAGE THIRTY-FIVE lAZi EXPULSION IF GERMAN JEWS ORLY COMPLETE | Stockholm (WNS)—The Nazi Lpulsions of Jews from Germany [re virtually completed, with ona negligible number of Jews nployed in German war indusfics and considered essential [till remaining in the country, it jras reliably reported here this leek. All others have been deed to Nazi-held eastern Euope. Until Recently, only German lews over 12 years of age and tidrr 60 were deportqd. Now, lowever. even younger and oldIr persons are being shipped on tattle cars to Poland and Nazi.eld parts of Soviet Russia. All jimates of the Grosse HamburgIrstrasse, a Jewish home for the Lged in Berlin, were deported reently to the Czech fortress prisof Therezin. Included among c inmates was a 95-year-old fcroman, The 8.000 Jews expelled from Baden to unoccupied France in he fall of 1940 have since been ent to Polish ghettos. Hundreds of young Jewish girls, many bf them only 14 years old. have been sent to Nazi military brothels in Riga, Latvia, and elsewhere. It is impossible to conJews deported from Gernany to eastern Europe. Greeting Capt. Elmer E. Tiedt, army chaplain at Miami Beach who spoke at the state A.Z.A convention held last Sunday and Monday in Miami, is Milton A. Friedman, national deputy of the organization for Florida. Left to right are Friedman, Bryan C. Hanks and Rep. Pat Cannon, and Tiedt, all of whom participated in the "War Panel" discussion, the feature event of the sessions. —Photo courtesy Miami Herald New York (WNS)—The United Jewish War Effort, organized by the American Jewish Congress to raise funds among American Jews for British, Russian, and Chinese war relief, will campaign actively for Russian relief but will not participate in the drive for funds to purchase 1,000 tanks and 500 bombers for the Red Army as a "Jewish gift," it was announced by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the Congress. The appeal to American Jews to buy the tanks and bombers for the Russian Army was made several months ago by the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in Moscow. Dr. Wise made his announcement following conferences in Washington with officials i of the U. S. Government and of the Soviet Embassy. In his statement Dr. Wise said that the military assistance required and deserved by the Soviet Union is not within the compass of any private agency or the civilian population of this country the only military assistance which can and should be given Russia must come from the United States government. KING CHRISTIAN OF DENMARK GOES TO SPECIAL SERVICES London (WNS)—King Christian X of Denmark, attired in full uniform and attended by his court attaches, recently attended special services in a Copenhagen synagogue despite Nazi warnings against his pro-Jewish sympathies, it was reported in Danish circles here this week. The king"s decision to attend the special synagogue services was reported to have made a deep impression on the entire population of that Nazi-controlled country. The Danish monarch, who has long resisted Nazi attempts to introduce antl-JewMb legislation in his country, told the worshippers that Denmark had no Jewish question and that "the Jews are part of my people." This marked tnt second time that King Christian openly flouted the Nazi authorities. Months ago, pressed by the Germans and pro-Nazi members of his cabinet to sanction the introduction of the Nazi Nuremberg laws, the king threatened to abdicate. Fearful that his abdication would result in open rebellion against the Nazi regime, the Nazis yielded to the king. —Buy War Savings Bonds TO ALL WE SAY "A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR" Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gadon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR I. W. — Al — Leon Green and Families Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William Glick and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Geringer and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NE W YEAR H Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Harts Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker 410 N. W. 18th Avenue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NE W YEAR Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jamison and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR E Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR E Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Daughters Wish All Their Relatives end Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasanoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Kaufman and Son Marvin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Moses Krieger and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitr and Daughter Joy Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretsky and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. 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Lipton and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR M Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintser and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Joe Mechlow Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR N Mrs. Freda Newman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ethel Rothlein and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. 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W. 13th St. Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Harry Rose and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi and Mrs. Abe Rubin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Jennie Rotfort Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rothberg Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR I '(



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PAGE THIRTY fJtwisii rtcrldicir War Bonds For Victory! By JOSEPH M. LIPTON. President Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association in Miami Since the Defense Savings| erican are facing the biggest Program was launched in May. : money-raising job in all history. 1941, events of far reaching im-ll believe that President Rooseportance have happened. To prevelt spoke for each of us when serve our very existence we have; he said. "We are going to see been compelled to wage war upon %  this thing through." far-flung battle lines. To mainj The war can only be paid for tain these lines, the President has in two ways — by taxation and said that during 1942 we must I by the sale of Government bonds, produce over 60,000 planes; 45.You know, of course, that we 000 tanks; 20.000 anti-aircraft must resort to both methods guns; 8.000.000 tons of shipping; right up to the limit of our cain addition to mobilizing, trainpacity. In such days as these, no ing and equipping millions of citizen will attempt to evade his fighting men. Upwards of 50 per share of taxes and will pay them cent of our total productive ca( a s they come due. Another way pacity and an equal share of our in which we can help our fightnational income must be diverting" men requires a continuous ed to making war materials. j program of saving — individualThis. naturally, has caused a ly savings, through our own regtremendous increase in the magular purchases of War Bonds out for themselves and their families. As most everyone knows now. War Bonds are on sale at post offices, banks and federal savings and loan associations. Every day more factories and other houses are installing voluntary payroll allotment plans of Bond purchases for the convenience of their employees. The 10 per cent Victory Club is becoming well known by the large number of people who have joined it. You probably know that the smallest Bond sells for $18.75 and matures in 10 years at a value of $25. earning interest of 2.9% a year. Bonds can be bought outright in full or by saving until you have enough for a Bond. For youngsters and for the smaller investor, the purchase of War Savings Stamps offers a handy way of buying Bonds on the installment plan. Just mount the nitude of the financial problem facing the Government. Our country is now engaged in a multi-billion dollar war. and you and I and every other AmSEASONS GREETINGS from STEMBLER, ADAMS FRAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY Incorporated FIRST FEDERAL BLDG. MIAMI. FLORIDA of our earnings — every week and every month. We can serve as group leaders in educating other people to the value of saving regularly by buying Bonds HAPPY NEWYEAR i' MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 122 N. E. 11th Street Distributors for SCHLITZ BEER OLD MILWAUKEE BEER MIGROCO WINES SINCERE WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY PATRONS SYLVAN PATERNO DECORATORS 1359 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 3-0744 SEASON'S GREETINGS MAULE NDUSTRILS "A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDER'S SUPPLIES" Miami — Miami Beach Ojus — Ft. Lauderdale NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FARREY HARDWARE CO.. Inc. 1692 ALTON ROAD 717 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL WM. J. (BILL) PRUITT AND FAMILY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA PAPER BOX CO.. INC. PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS PHONE 3-2906 246 N. W. 29th STREET BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS MORRIS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 WASHINGTON AVE^ JM3 COLLINS AVE. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SMITH'S BOULEVARD PHARMACY Corner 19th St. and Biicayne Bird. Phone 7-5567 Miami. Fla. Free Delivery — Prescriptions — "Fire Hour Film Service" SODA FOUNTAIN — LUNHEONETTE COMPLETE DRUG STORE SERVICE FT. LAUDERDALE— 609 E. LAS OLAS PHONE 37 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. W. H. MURRELL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 7-11 CLUB 711 RED ROAD GREETINGS TAMIAMI CYCLE CO. 1561 S. W. Eighth Street SEASON'S GREETINGS Schaaf Preservinq Co., Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 Sincere New Year Greeting! to Our Many Friends and Customers HARMON. INC. 142 N. W. 2nd St. Ph. 3-5777 Sincere New Year Greeting* To All Our Friends EHRLICH BROTHERS WHOLESALE MEATS 310* N. W. 102nd St. Ph. 7-44W A HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone 7-1866 Eit. 1920 HENRY FLATTERY MASTER PLUMBER Sexeuer Syttem Man 7631 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA MR. AND MRS. L. SILVERMAN and the SILVER PAINT COMPANY With for All Their Patrons and Friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR Stamps in your album until you have enough to turn in for a Bond. The task ahead of us requires sacrifice, self-denial, and the last ounce of our energies and devotion. In no other way can this war be won. Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau put the situation that confronts us into a nutshell when he said, "War is never cheap, but let me remind you it is a million times cheaper to win than to lose. The people of a dozen ravaged countries can tell us what it costs to lose. We have made up our minds to produce and to fight with such an overwhelming number of planes, of ships, of tanks, of guns, and fully equipped men, that the Nazis and the Japanese can never again threaten our freedom." The goal of the Government in selling War Bonds can be described in these words: "To have every wage-earner and salary earner put aside a part of every pay check, every week, for the purchase of War Bonds and Stamps. And when I say 'a part' I do not mean a mere token purchase of a few nickels every week, or the mere contribution of one per cent, or two per cent, of the week'y pay check. This is not a token war. It is not a two per cent war. It is not a war that can be won with spare change. Each of us will have to figure out the very most that we can set aside to buy War Bonds, for our own good and for our country's good, as long as the war may last. I suggest, then, that each of us sit down this very evening to study our family budget; that each of us decide this very evening, not the least but the HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. T. L. LOWRIE 838 N. W. 3rd AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS ADRIAN McCUNE M. A. I. Real Estate Appraiser and Consultant Security Bldg. Phone J-77M NEW YEAR GREETINGS WEBER. THOMPSON & LEFCOURT ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS SHORELAND ARCADE MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR BRUSSELL'S LACE SHOP 667 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH T O A L L THE SEASONS BEST WISHES PINE INN "A Home Away From Home" 3545 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE NEW YEAR GREETINGS CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Giralda Avenue CORAL GABLES PHONE 4-2424 most that w e can ff* 'or the ZS?** Savings Bonds; that W fans.ate that arn^t > Percentage 0 f our n ">o ten or even fifteen 1 fi,e whatever we ehiose ^>l to it by setting that p ^ aside week after WePk > fail. Remember, Z ** Bonds we buy th B m "" will fly." Uy t hem orepi an8 That is what our countr, quires of us if We "'? feat our enemies and surv^ a free nation. Let us aT, ? hind this program jus ftfe bttmo* than we R^J I am sure that any members any Federal Savings an d u As S o C i ation will begl?> Plain in detail the vS& of Bonds and P l ans vh J"? Government has. KEEP EM FLYING-Bv bln ing Defense Stamps and BoJ BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR LITTLE MIKE'S BAR and RESTAURANT 68 Biscayne Street MIAMI BEACH ROYAL FULTON BAKERIES. Inc. EXT KM) NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MME. GLUCK CORSETIERE 1632 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE PHONE 5 0t MIAMI BEACH Best Wtahf* for a HAPPY ASP PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR FRANK S. EVANS CO. INC. Manufacturers. Distributors an* Repairers of Fine Rattan Furniture Showroom!)—7005 Klscayne Blvd. Factory—300 N. E. 7It Street IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT WE EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL C. & G. GIFT SHOP ••GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" 217 Vi N. E. 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PAGE TWENTY-SIX vJenisli HcridSfun BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami lleaeh IIOSB8 UBSCHBLOFP, Uabbi 711 Lsnox Avenue, Phone 5-1328 MAL'RICB MAMCHES. Cantor 621 I-ennox Ave., I'hone 5-7133 Holy Day Services Rush Hashono services will be conducted at our synagogue and in our Community building this Friday and Saturday evening at 7 P. M.; Saturday and Sunday mornings at 9 A. M. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will preach in both the synagogue and Community buildings during Saturday and Sunday morning services. His theme* the first morning will be "The People's War." Sunday morning his subject will be "God's War." Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services in the synaj gogue. assisted by Rev. S. Guttman. Cantor Nathan Wroobel will j chant the services in the Community building assisted by Mr. H. Kaplan. Rev. J. Simonhoff and Rev. S. Guttman will blow the traditional shofar at the Sunday morning services. Mr. E. Raphael will read the holiday scrolls. All servicemen are cordially welcomed as our guests. Tashlich will be observed Sunday afternoon after Mincha at the ocean front on Third Street. Home Hospitality Despite the efforts of the hospitality committee of the local Jewish Army and Navy Committee, there will be a great number of servicemen uninvited to private homes. We urge our members and friends to bring servicemen home with them as guests during these holidays. Service Club The Servicemen's Service Club sponsored by our congregation and Sisterhood will resume its functions immediately after Rosh Hashono. Sunday night. As in the past months, the Community building will be open every weekday night. Programs and entertainments are presented practically every evening. Refreshments are served daily. Kosher sandwiches are distributed every Saturday night and Sunday. The number of servicemen who have visited our Service Club, enjoyed our programs and partaken of our refreshments is well into the five figures. We welcome the help and cooperation of all members and friends. Religious School Our new term begins Monday, September 14, at 4 P. M. Be sure to register your child this Monday. Classes and subjects begin on Monday. Don't deprive your child of a good start. The Rabbis and Hebrew School teachers of Greater Miami meet this Monday morning at our synagogue to develop and establish a basic curriculum for the associated Hebrew Schools of Dade County. This will be the basis for this year's program of educational activity in our school. In addition to it will be added special courses and activities to round out our school's curriculum. Plans are under way for the fifth annual Habanoth rally to GREETINGS .MR. AND MRS. J. WM. BAROS. A HAPPY NEW YEAR PROM J. S. MAS' PHARMACY Firtt and Washington Avenue PHONE 5-9953 MIAMI BEACH TO OUR FRIENDS MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY PENTLAND. PURVIS, KELLER & MILTON CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS MIAMI—MIAMI BEACH—JACKSONVILLE TAMPA—SANFORD—DA YTONA WE EXTEND SINCERE BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS LT. and MRS. AL GARDNER ATLANTA. GA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS SCHREIBER'S TACKLE & BAIT SHOP 517 Wett Avenue Phone 5-1923 be held in our synagogue Succah during the Succoth holidays. Induction Ceremony Our third annual Religious School induction ceremony will be held on Sunday, October 11th. Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan, at 8 P. M. Glee Club Students of our daily and Sunday morning Religious School Sessions, interested in joining our Glee Club this year are asked to give their names to Miss So nia Shpall. Their first public appearance will be held at the Induction Ceremony. Sunday Sessions Registration Registration for attendance in our Sunday morning classes will take place Sunday morning, October 11th. Two prc-kindergarten classes will be opened for children of 4 and 5, as a result of the experience of last year in record registrations for this grade. Children 13 and over are eligible for admission into our graduate and post graduate classes. For further information consult with our Rabbi. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER ,,, Junior Congregation Our junior congreeati^ conduct its first Saturday seV'" after the holidays %n r ** Mitzva club will cnnH Bar first Sunday morn „g &L ils Sunday, October 18th. Mn Miirachi The opening meeting 0 f tll new year on the part of the J* and women divisions of the 2 en rachii will be held Saturday J& October 10th. Reporti~ y ght activities will be tendered "'* Daughters of Israel the first meeting of the IW* ters of Israel willV held si" day night. October 17th it X P.M. Financial and other r P S will be presented. p !" Happy New Year From our Rabbi, Cantor and Sexton, the Officers and Boa* of Directors of the Beth Jacob Congregation, and Sisterhood are extended to all our members and friends, and in particular in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN and to its readers, the very best wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR. W TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. B. SILVERMAN AND ASSOCIATES COCONUT GROVE FISH CO. "Specialising in Local Caught Fish Only" 2830 S. Bayshore Dr. Phone 4-9274 THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792 PRODUCERS OF THE FINEST RYE. VIENNA. WHOLE WHEAT. PUMPERNICKEL ROLLS AND BREAD OF QUALITY A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR McARTHUR JERSEY DAIRY FARM. Inc. 169 N. E. 62nd Street Phone 7-1667 Miami. Fla. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR HALL-STANLEY CO. Keystone Varnish and Paints 2164 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-5228 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE—A HAPPY NEW YEAR EDWARD AXLRQD Interior Decorations, Draperies, Upholstering, Slip Coven For Estimates Call 2-5202 — Evenings, 2-0966 1667 WEST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI, FLA. TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MexdawuL ALduit SINCERE BEST WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Baron de Hirsh Meyer NEW 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 NEW YEAR GREETINGS SEMINOLE BAR OKEECHOBEE ROAD HIALEAH HP & CODIDOOuW IP Enjoy Magnificent MIAMI Florida, at Low Cost A year round hotel, entirely fireproof, with steam heat for cool nights. Every advantage of a Florida vacation at moderate cost JOSEPH H. ADAMS, Manager 250 Rooms With Bath From $2.50 Single MIAMI. 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PAGE TWENTY-TWO *Jewist> ncridictn Rosh Hashonaand New Year By DR. SAMUEL BENSION Rabbi, Miami Beach Jewish Center Miami Beach, Florida Rosh Hashona! New Year! We arc on the threshold of a NewYear in the Jewish Calendar. 5703. We hear the sound of weeping and wailing, moaning and groans. Why. dear bretheren. are your hearts broken in sorrow and your minds overcome with anguish? Rosh Hashona is the "Yom Ha Din." the Judgment Day. We stand before the tribunal of the Almighty Judge and in the words of Rabbi Ammnon's prayer "We pass before Him like sheep." to receive the decree of life or death, peace or hellish torture. Who knows, who can tell what is in store for us as individuals or as a people the coming year? What a striking difference there is between the Jewish conception of Rosh Hashona and the secular New Year's Day. Other peoples, other nations, they the non-Jews, do not cry, lament, and weep. On the contrary the I advent of the New Year is marked by revelry, gaiety, and joyous abandon. Enter any Jewish house of worship during the solemn days, hear or read the sermons of the Rabbis, and you cannot escape the sense of tragedy, foreboding. j and doom which oppresses our \ people. For them, the New Year is a christening party, the arrival of i a new born babe, with the possibility of a happy and glorious future. For us. Rosh Hashona. • is a mourners' gathering, a tombj stone symbolizing the thousands. yet. the millions who were killed and butchered, liquidated and! exterminated. humiliated and! tortured, during the past year. And what promise is there for \ any improvement in our lot this coming year? Therefore, the fear,' the restlessness, the tears, the' sigh, the moaning and groaning. There stands a Jewish mother, Jersey Ice Cream Company 62 N. E. 27th STREET PHONE 2-1751 yi EXTENDS TO ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR I tears coursing down her cheeks. She has four sons in the military forces, but one is in America, an1 other in Canada, a third in Pales1 tine, and the fourth in South Africa. How she laboured and sacrificed to raise them and educate them. How much she loves them and what would she not give to press them to her heart. But her family is dispersed and scattered, the common tragedy of the Jewish people, everywhere 1 the stranger within the gates, tolerated sometimes, an outcast %  most times. Rosh Hashona for American Jews, especially the younger generation, has lost much of its awesomencss and dread. To a certain degree it has assumed the New Year's holiday spirit. A large portion of the congregations drive to the synagogues and temples in fine limousines. They come late and leave early. It is a sort of a nodding acquaintance with God and a feeble attempt not to break off relations with the Almighty together. It is not so much the sin against our time honored Religion and ancient traditions which matters in the American version of the Rosh Hashona observance but of far greater importance is the cruel blow it inflicts on our own parents. The tragedy of the Jewish father and mother in America is yet to be written. They who walked in the good old Jewish ways. For whom the commandments, statutes and ordinances of the Torah were truly their life and the length of their days. How broken hearted they are to see the indifference and at times the insolent contempt of their children to all that which they, the parents, regard holy and sacred. Parental love seals their mouths at home but Rosh Hashona in the synagogue the old father weeps and tremblingly murmurs. "If I die this year who will be my Kaddish, who will transmit the spiritual treasures handed down to me by my ancestors? Woe is me! Jewishly I am dying childless." These are the natural consequences of the miserable Galut. Diaspora, life we are leading. Ahad Haam has well designated it as a life of slavery in freedom. The sages of the Talmud tell us that although the Jews were liberated from Egyptian bondage in the month of Nissan yet they actually ceased to be slaves on Rosh Hashona. Today as then, we can find salvation from the threat of cruel and ruthless Nazi extermination in Europe and disintegration by the process of assimilation in America by ceasing this very Rosh Hashona to be the slaves of our environment aping the master majority even to the extent of reducing our "Yom Ha Din," the Judgment Day, and the "Yom Ha Zikoron," Best Wishes for a Happy New Year MR. AND MRS. Chas. M. Tannenbaum of The Bryan Park Pharmacy FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n ^ the Day of Remembrance t„ New Year's celebration Let ,* rally again around our 1? gogues and institutions of SZ. mg. Let us make our MtiL the purpose of our life and h. source of our strength. Let us dedicate ourselves i„ the redemption of our Holv IJS and the rebuilding of PaiS waste Places as our own nation, homeland. Then shall Wc sine i, happiness and joy the songs of mother Zion, rejoice with our Torah, and by our lives and *, ample prove a blessing t0 our selves and all mankind. May ih. coming year see the end of N a ,, madness and the fulfillment o the prophetic vision, "And man* peoples shall go and say Come ye and let us go up to the mow,tain of the Lord, to the house of the God of Jacob. And He win teach us of His ways, and we will walk in His paths, For out of Zion shall go forth the Torah and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem." May all of use be inscribed in the Book of Life to live and work for the realization of this ideal. L'shono Tova Tikoseyvoo. SEASON'S GREETINGS E. GEORGE BERNARD POSTAL BLDG. MIAMI, FLA. .NEW YEAR GREETINGS UP TO DATE VAN SERVICE LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SAXON CIGARETTE SERVICE 3898 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 7-6677 BEST WISHES TO ALL for a HAPPY NEW YEAR DADE KOSHER Meat & Poultry Market 159 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 3-1430 MIAMI. FLORIDA May All Jewry be Inscribed for a Year of Life, Happiness, Health Hi I. PIPE & STEEL *. & B. PIPE & METAL CO.. 500 N. W. 5th St. Corner 5th Are. 444 N. W. 5th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JUNE DAIRY BEST CREAJVfERy BUTTER. y THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association AND AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR A YEAR OF LIFE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS



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PAGE FOUR Jen isfi FkridKatn FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n ^ ** Jewisti Meridian 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 One SUBSCRIPTION Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPT. 11, 1942 ELLUL 29. 5703 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 37 THE NEW YEAR Rosh Hashonah coincides approximately with the beginning of the fourth year of the war. What is the situation now? Using the language of the medical world, we cannot say that the patient has passed his crisis. Yet the patient is making gains. Let us look back to last Rosh Hashonah. In England, last year, the synagogue services were held before dark tto avoid air raids. This year, it is scarcely likely that England will suffer any serious air bombardment during the High Holy Days. England, last Rosh Hashonah, was all concerned with defense. There was then no question whatever of taking the offensive. Now the Dieppe raid of recent days reveals that the Allies, if not yet ready to launch that second front, are busy gathering their forces in preparation for such an offensive in the not too distant future. It is true that during the year, the Axis has made gains on the Russian front. These may be critical and yet it cannot be disputed, that there is no feeling anywhere that the Russians face annihilation and Hitler has already told the German people that they must prepare for another winter in Russia. Thus, as the New Year comes in, we are encouraged, but the year before us, will be no light one. This much, we have gained; we know that the Nazis are not invincible and we have mustered our forces to crush the enemy. The cries of the world, suffering under the agony of Hitler rule, come to us to speed the day of deliverance. We must and will press on to win what President Roosevelt has called the "third war for American independence" and the war for the freedom of the world. ANTI-SEMITISM "Anti-Semitism is a manifestation of a canker eating at the very heart of Christianity and must be eradicated both out of justice to the Jews and for the protection of the very basis of Western civilization. "A stable post-war structure must provide freedom and equality for the Jews and also implementation of the promise of a Jewish National Home. "Jews were the first victims of the barbarous regime which has trampled the precious principles of Western civilization. Their sorrows merge with the greater sorrows of mankind. I believe that in the liberation that will follow this nightmare the meaning of the Jewish sacrifice will be understood." —Premier Jan Smuts of the Union of South Africa. MINORITIES—THE AMERICAN WAY "Today we are living once more in a period that is psychologically susceptible to witchhanging and mob-baiting. And each of us, if not alert, may find himself the unconscious carrier of the germ that will destroy our freedom. For each of us has within himself the inheritances of age-old hatreds, of racial and religious difference, and every one has a tendency to find the cause for his own failures in some conspiracy of evil. "It is, therefore, essential that we guard our own thinking and not be among those who cry out against prejudices applicable to themselves, while busy spawning intolerances for others. "Minorities are rich assets of democracy, assets which no totalitarian government can afford. Dictatorships must, of necessity, fear and suppress them. But, within the tolerance of a democracy, minorities are the constant spring of new ideas, stimulating new thought and action, the constant source of new vigor. To suppress minority thinking and minority expression would tend to freeze society and prevent progress. For the majority itself is stimulated by the existence of minority groups. The human mind requires contrary expressions against which to test itself." —Wendel L. Willkie. J. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder—The Jewish Floridian Called to His Eternal Rest on TEVETH 25th, 5699—JANUARY 16th, 1939 HIS SPIRIT GUIDES US -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREtftiidiy, Confidential -By PHTNEAS J. BfflONThe entry into a new year always fills us with melancholy ... If we were not afraid of trespassing on Al Segal's domain we would set forth on a gentle emotional excursion about the flight of time and the so exaggerated delights of growing old ... The figure 5703 looks so utterly strange to us Wasn't it only "yesterday" that we wrote 5695, and only "a week ago" that we predicted the future of 5710, which then seemed so magically distant? And now we are moving so fast, so speedily towards that "far-away" future that we sometimes think the calendar has been motorized and the years are propelled forward with three engines at the speed of a B-47 Flying Fortress FAME IS LIKE THAT When Dr. Weizmann, taken suddenly ill, was being rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital, the ambulance driver turned to Meyer Weisgal, who was escorting the stricken leader, and said: "That guy in there sure is a big man, ain't he?" Weisgal, pleasantly surprised to see that this typically Irish driver knew of Weizmann's fame, assured him at great length that his passenger was one of the biggest men in the world The driver, who had also served as stretcher-bearer, listened with increasing bewilderment, and finally retorted: "Come, come—he's a big man, all right, but I've seen bigger ... I don't figure him to be much more than two hundred pounds" MINIATURE SKETCHES The other day we traveled in the same Pullman with Anna Rosenberg, executive head of the Social Security Board in the State of New York She holds a very important job, and is consulted by the Administration on many matters relating to labor questions Now, we knew Anna when she worked her head off for ORT and managed the Hakoh football tour for the organization And as she spoke of her work, her family, her son who has joined the Army, her efforts to find solace here and there for the too many unhappy young men and women who stream into her office, we understood why she has advanced so far Anna Rosenberg has that amazing human quality which makes her find the shortest and most direct one to people's hearts ... An unmistakable frankness, and no sense of her own importance And a Happy New Year to you all LIBERTY Liberty is the highest gift of God, given to man after tha of life itself. Even as is the obligation which rests upon all respect life is sacred, so is the obligation to respect liberty equally sacred. Man has the same right to one as to the other, because both have been given him by the same God. r' tunately there are still many of us in the world for whom B less important to give up life than lose liberty, since withou liberty life is not worth the living. —Bishop Miguel de Andrea of Brazil speaking at Chicago.



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PAGE TEN rJenisfi Fhridlfori FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William L dowed us may be powers for beyond question The riewe expreeaed bv Mr. Boxerman are hb. own and do not neeaaaarllr represent the opinion of The Jrvlih Floridl&n. For Good or For Evil Many human faculties with which the Almighty Creator en8KA8ONH ORKHT1NC18 We Are Running Special* en TURKEYS GEESE DUCKS and All Other Peultry Order Your Holiday Poultry and Ezra Now from AICHTEE POULTRY 8t EGG CO. Inc. 1335 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. J-6028 PHONE 5-7111 EMFIELD'S CAMERA SHOP Corner Wahiot*n Avenue 4C4 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. good or for evil ... So the faculty of reasoning from the particular to the general may be exercised wisely or destructively The ability to generalize on the basis of specific experience, unfortunately, often is abused Witness certain of our non-Jewish neighbors who as the result of on* unpleasant experience with a person of the Jewish faith, jump to the false conclusion that "What can you expect? All Jews are like that." In a nearby community a merchant dealing with a New York Jewish wholesaler is dissatisfied with the treatment he gets ... He writes a letter saying that "It is no wonder that Jews are not wanted in our town." Later he regrets his hasty words, but the harm already has been done, for "what's written shall remain." When the facts become known to his fellow townsmen of the Jewish faith, his hitherto friendly relations with them are destroyed. An Unfortunate Plight Well, this week, it is our pleasure to recount the story of how through this same faculty of generalization, much good will has been accrued to the benefit of the Jewish group The story came to us through an officer in the U. S. Navy, so its authenticity is HAPPY NEW YEAR to our many Jewish Friends S. H. KRESS It seems that one of the naval men, assigned to sub-chasing,had to leave on duty so quickly that he had no opportunity to collect his pay before putting out to sea His wife and children, dependent entirely upon the sailor's income, ultimately found themselves unable to meet their rent or to purchase food for the table. Yiddishe Harti Being of the proud sort, the wife was loathe to tell anyone of their plight Had it not been for the interest of her Jewish landlords, t h e circumstances might not have been known and considerable suffering entailed But these facts became known to the Jewish landlords, (husband and wife — he happens to be a member of B'nai B'rith, too) owners of the apartment building in which the family lived Their "Yiddish* harts" was touched Not only did they wait a considerable time until the husband returned from his assignment and was able to pay the rent, but more than that, they reached into their own pockets and provided food and money so that the family might not suffer any hardships. Who Knows? It is said that the light of a 5-10-25C STORE 1201 Washington AT*. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. IfEW YEAR GREETINGS LEW HEWES OUTBOARD MOTORS BOATS Authorised Johnson Dealers Since 1925 412-418 N. W. N. River Drive Phone 2-2918 SEASONS GREETINGS from STEVEN'S MARKET 2001 N. W. S2nd Street PHONE 7-3085 good deed casts its reflection far and wide in a dark and troubled world ... A good deed often brings dividends in the most unexpected manner We are certain that the Jewish couple who thus exercised the traditional Jewish virtue of tsedakah had no ulterior motive in mind But it so happened that when the navy man returned from his assignment he was overwhelmed with gratitude Perhaps he had been under some misapprehension about Jews generally Perhaps he had heard some of the stories which evil people spread in a polyglot community such as this Perhaps this experience opened his eyes to the dangers of false generalizations Who knows? Dividends We do know that he circulated the story of the landlords' consideration far and wide He emphasized the fact that it was a Jewish couple to whose generosity he was indebted Coming at a time when the naval authorities have been trying to negotiate a general understanding with all landlords in Greater Miami, the incident acquired added significance perhaps out of proportion to its importance Around navy headquarters it became the perfect example of how landlords can cooperate with CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Mlamra Pioneer Cn,*,, R*


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(S^HPWSWTS*? PAGE TWO +Jelst ncrkt&r FmDAY, SEPT EMBER n..,^ WHY THE 45 A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE By PHILLIP BERKOWITZ President Y. M. H. A. This question has been asked repeatedly by well-meaning persons in this area when approached for membership in the Y. M. H. A. Some persons there are who would like to see a return to them in dollars and cents for their investment in the "Y." My answer to them is: When you invest in the "Y", you are paying a premium for insurance that will guarantee our children to become better citizens and better Jews. In these times of unrest and uncertainty when the world is torn asunder, when we know not what the morrow will bring, we need institutions of the type of the Y. M. H. A. in Miami to give our children the encouragiani n1 and the assurance that they will be able to carry on when we arc no longer able to do so. I have been honored by the members of the Y. M. H. A. with the highest office in the organization—that of President. I am very mindful that this is a gigantic undertaking. No one individual can be successful if ho would depend only on his own resources to carry on the destinies of an organization like the Y. M. H. A. I. therefore, appeal to every Jewish citizen in the Greater Miami area to help me in this I. LEVIN A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Iron and Metal of All Descriptions PHONE 3-4292 RICHIE METALS New and Used Plumbing Supplies 2116 N. W. 27th AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA :a>k The Y. M. H. A. today Id eeting place of many JewLot us have .-..jj a % %  i ng place for every Jewish organization so that when es to erect a now ling, we si all be ready to do so. Many of us will go to the synas and temples on Rosh Hashono and Yom Kippur to pray to God to grant unto us a year of happiness, of joy and prosperity. Among our many prayers we will ask the Lord to help us "for the sake of our little children." Since we ask the Lord to help us for the sake of our little children, let us co-operate with Him by helping our children. Let us all join in the Y. M. H. A. work to the end that this institution may carry on the splendid work that it has under! taken for the youth as well as 1 for the adults. My New Years message, thcrcfore, to the Jews of Greater Miami is: "Help the Y' for the sake of your children." MIAMI Zionist District By Louis Heiman, Pres. MR. and MRS. MAURICE GROSSMAN AND DAUGHTERS NAOMI and RITA 'i EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY and particularly to the Officers. Board of Directors and Members of the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. and all their affiliated activities SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Beit Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Avenue 261 E. Flagler Street As the year 5703 begins for the Jewish people, what arc the thoughts, hopes and aspirations of Zionists throughout the world? Like all mankind, our first hope j is that the war will soon come I to an end. for have not the Jews suffered greater in proportion to their number than any other race lor creed, since this world conflict began. But. as we fervently hope for the end of the war, it is with the realization that this event will not bring to a close the suffering of the Jewish people. Throughout Europe, they have been driven from their homes, their possessions have been lost, and they will have to start life anew. Past experience has shown that the Jews have little security in most European countries. They are tolerated rather than wanted. Is it not, therefore, desirable and expedient that as many of them as possible be settled and rehabilitated in Palestine? For it is the dream of Zionists throughout the world that Palestine, in the SINCERE WISHES F O R A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. B. LEATHERMAN CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY A HAPPY NEW YEAR May Health, Happiness and Prosperity be yours in the Sreatest measure! not too distant futurc^T* recognized as the J ew 'i sh h -and We know that It': conflict will come to ,„ with victory f„ r tne „"<. t,ons. Then will take "£ S" peace conference. As w the peace conference o ? War No. 1, the Zionists Ift will represent the Jewish £ pie, in securing f or them ,P" rightful homeland of £*g and assurance of proper treatm !" for minorities everywhere In order that the world 2k. .st may be of even greater iX ence than was true at the Z peace conference, its member^ should be increased many S5 The Jewish people in Greater Mi ami can do their art by joinin8 the Zionist Organization 0 f America through the Miami Zi onist District. "Lashanah Hobaah Barushal Lum!" Next year may we be u, Jerusalem! BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH Kill KM )3 JOHN'S GROCERY 843 N. W. 54th St. Ph. 7-9491 MR. and MRS. WALTER C KOVNER y REV. and MRS. NATHAN WROOBEL and MORRIS WROOBEL Wish All Their RelatiTe* and Friends and All Jewry "A KSIVA VCHSHMA TOVAH" *J! SINCERE BEST WISHES HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO BETH JACOB CONGREGATION RABBMMOSES MESCHELOFF M. B. FRANK PRESIDENT H. WASSERMAN VICE-PRESIDENT I. L. MINTZER 2nd VICE-PRESIDENT D. GOLDSTEIN TREASURER A LOUIS MECHLOWITZ 8ECRETART CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES L. O. BLOOMFIELD I. WOLOSOFF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION and the SISTERHOOD MR. AND MRS. L SPIVACK



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PAGE THIRTY-SIX *>, k n 1st) n with the pro-Jewish demonstn tions, a; pealed to tl War Department for troops to augment lus police force but the request was denied. (Andre Philip. Fighting French Con r of Labor and the Interior, reported in London tins week that Nazi authorities in France has executed -h 1 French Dolicemen and arrested 300 oth era on the ground that they i tile Jews to avoid deportation.) With September 15 reported to be the deadline of the round-up of the 13.0(H) non-French J< WS in unoccupied France, the French people have made every attempt to thwart the Vichy anti-Jew sh pro ram. Hundreds of Jewish r< fugees, with the help of French patriots, were reported to have escaped to mountains and forests. In some eases Flench farmers d( tended Jewish refugei s es... from Hi,' police with scythes. To date, less than half of the 13.000 Jews have bei w yiCTORY BUY UNITED STATES y?AR BONDS AND STAMPS found by the police. The anti-Jewish deportations were 1 bitterly denounced by Bishop Alicge of Toulouse. In ;i personal letter read from all pulpits in the city, the Bishop said: •"In the concentration camps of Noe and Recebedon In our diocese horrible things are happening to the Jews, who are human beings like we are. Every imaginable cruelty is permitted against them. There are rights of man given byGod to the human race which should not be violated. Jewish children, women and men are treated like cattle." Meanwhile, reports indicate the deportation order will soon be extended to native French Jews as well as to refugees. French Jews in occupied France are panic-stricken, many of them have sought to escape into unoccupied France in the hope that they will find better conditions there. Nazi authorities have increased their border guard on tl e demarcation line, even using specially trained dogs to prevent Jews from escaping into unoccu • ;ui,i France. WAR BD\ DS Aside from the sixtv.nZ Mosquito Torpedo Boau ? ** j -TS are the speedster*'* Navy. Light and fast. C** eyes of the Fleet on i5*> displace approximately iEj? .and cost about S2.400,000 each. • /< 1-' --vis* We need many of these'pow*, as. little boats to cope 3^ treacherous submarine type of Z I val warfare fostered by out Z. mie. Everybody can help „fc more Sub Chasers by W Z\\ least ten percent of his income^ War Bonds. Buy Bonds or Sla~ every pay day. Buy them t !" >our bank, your post office, or Ira your office or factory through ik X'ayroll Savings Plan. PRAGUE JEWISH PAPER IN AwII -) EWISfi REGULATIONS Zurich (WNS)—Warning the Jewish population of the severe punishment for violation of any ui the anti-Jewish regulations effective in the Czech protectorate. Juedishches Nachrichtenblatt published for the Jewish community in Prague printed lists of activities forbidden by the regulations. Purchase of German as well as Czech newspapers are forbid,i n, in the long list published, Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise extend best wishes to ill their relatives for a Happy New Year Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. PARAGON PAINTS "IT ANCHORS TO THE SURFACE" "For The Discriminating" 545 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-4743 Mr. and Mrs. I. Richland Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. Raubfogel Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin 2420 Flamingo Drive Miami Beach Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Sslevan and Family Wish All Tii r Ri latives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Roth Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Pet?r Silverman and daughter Miriam Patricia Wish All Their Relatives qnd Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Elry Stone Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and the Boys Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaft and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives ar.d Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mx. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Harry Simonhoff Wishes Al' His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Max R. Silver Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver 984 S. W. 4th St. Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Steine Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Silberman and Family Wish All Their Relatives ar.d Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Schwartz and Family Miami Beach Wish All Their Relatives i,nd Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Syman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenburg and Family 2528 S. W. 10th Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Touby and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Segall and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. P. Sokaloff Coral Gables Wish All Their Relatives .,nd Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Solomon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shier and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Marilyn and Samuel Tunick Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin and Wayne Tobin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR u Mrs. Taub Udell Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Sadie Weinberg and daughter Jeanne T. and son Harold II. Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weirwr and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR^ Dr. and Mrs. Philip Weinstein Wish All The ir Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wilson and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR_ Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. WilK* and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Paul Weitzman Wishes All His Relatives ana Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR_ Mi. and Mrs. Jc* Zafo and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAB^ Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zal*' and Family Wish All Their Relatives an Friends A HAPPY NEWjrEAR^ -MrTanTMrs. X^T*^ Wish All Their Relate FriendS vCAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942 fJewisti thrkMon PAGE ELEVEN MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI Two local families derived considerable nachas last week from photographs released through the Associated Press ... In the one case, Mrs. Morris Marks recognized her 19-year-old son, Paul, in a group of marines landing with Major James Roosevelt just before the Makin Island attack %  Paul joined the service last January and took his basic training at New River, N. C. It was double nachas. though, for the Morris Baida family For theirs was the thrill of recognizing two of their family in a similarly syndicated picture portraying the victory in the Solomon Islands One picture was that of Julius, 21, son of Morris Baida The other, that of his nephew, also named Julius, who had enlisted with the McCarthy platoon of marines in Miami in A MOST HAPPY NEW YEA* TO EVERYONE %  EVERYWHERE TOUR HOST ED. SINGER CORAL, REEF HOTEL On the Ocean at 3*th Street PHONE 58-3C11 January 1942 .. Both boys chose the Marines because they "want; ed to see real action" They're surely seeing plenty of it now! Testimonials From a Brookline. Massachusetts, mother: "Would like to thank you for your letter informing me that my son, Henry, takes advantage of your entertainment and programs ... I am very well aware of the splendid work being done by the U. S. O. throughout the country and I hope and pray that we will all be able to do things for our boys in the armed forces." From an Atlantic City relative: "I am Sam's aunt He has lived with my husband and myself since his Mother passed away, almost seven years ago, so you see it means a lot to us to know what the Jewish Welfare Board is doing for him." From a Providence. Rhode Island, mother: "I am so pleased that you are not only catering to NEW YEAR GREETINGS PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 7-M3I NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SUNSHINE PR ODUCT S. INC ORPORATED "MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH-GRADE JELLIES AND MARMALADES FROM FLORIDA TREE-RIPENED FRUITS WS N. W. 7th STREET PHONES: 7-3010—7.4704 NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. EST. 1934 1*a N. E. 24th STREET PHONE 3-W21 DISTRIBUTORS KOSHER FOOD PRODUCTS ALSO AGENCIES MANISCHEWITZ — MATZO — NOODLES — BULK CEREALS AND SPICES—ROKEACH FOOD PRODUCTS—CHINESE FOODS—FAYNE COMPANY VINEGAR—MARTEL SARDINES. ETC. An Exclusive Laundry lor Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BABY DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY W Supply Diapers or Launder Your Own for as Low as $1.00 Per Week 422 S. W. 22nd AVE. PHONE 4-5515 ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS SEARS-ROEBUCK & CO. 1300 Biecayne Boulerard Miami, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL TO SERVE YOU 18 OUR PLEASURE EDWARDS SERVICE STATIONS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD 13*9 S. w. Eiflhth Straat '• • w • *** n !" '478 S. W. Eighth Street %  *• W 17th *•"•• HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 237 N. W. 5th STREET MIAMI PHONE 3-2287 DAVE KLEBER. Prop. my boy but many more boys like my son." From a Scranton. Pennsylvania, mother: "Your letter to me is the means of making me as well as all mothers feel that the boys are being cared for and their few leisure hours are filled with enjoyment." Pen Portrait He's a cousin of Maurice Grossman, director of the YMHA But that's not why we write about him, although the local angle always provides a good news peg No, Raphael Grossman would be good copy for an army and navy column even if he only were just another boy in uniform — provided that you once heard him play and sing You wouldn't pick him out of a crowd, this 24 year old shy, retiring chap But after you hear him make the violin talk, you'll remember him for a long time. Raphael's background, as we wormed it out of him, looks something like this in abbreviated form: Born in Brooklyn in NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Patrsna and Friendi DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 603 N. W. 7th Ava. Ph. 2-J701 To All Our Patrona and Acquaintance! • A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA RATTAN FURNITURE MFG. CO. 220 Alhambra Arcade PHONE 4-51*7 To Our Many Jewiah Frienda MAY YOU HAVE HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY FOR YOUR NEW YEAR GREAT SOUTHERN TRUCKING CO. PHONE 2-4513 N. E. 20th STREET — — IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS N. P. "NEIGHBOR" LOWRY Far Prompt and Ceurtaeua Service MOUSLE Y SERVICE STATION 902 Celllne Avanua Miami Beach PHONE S-M07 Yeur satisfaction — Our Pleasure O SC EOLA MARKET GEORGE JACOB, Prop. QUALITY WESTERN MEATS and FANCY GROCERIES — WE DELIVER — 2293 S. W. 17th Avanua PHONE 4-1727 TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS • A HAPPY NEW YEAR FRED A. KOENIG PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY PHONK 2-7*41 200 8. W. Sixth Street 1918 son of Rabbi Jacob G. Grossman of Temple Beth Elohim, New York spent one year in Palestine at the Beth Sefer Riali (Haifa); B. S. Julliard School of Music, 1940; M. A., (in Education) Columbia, 1942. He's been fiddling since the age of eight with greater or less enthusiasm ... In the summer of '40 he had what he describes modestly as "a small solo part" with the Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera Company, touring the summer theaters in the east. During the summer of '41 he was baritone soloist at Allaben Acres (on the "borscht" circuit in the Catskills). The draft caught him just two weeks before he was to receive his degree at Columbia, but he managed to finish He put teaching plans in moth balls for the duration Inducted at Fort Jay, he was sent to the reception center at Camp Upton Made himself useful for two weeks singing in the army's "Opry House" variety show Came to the Beach June 13 Now a private with the 576th TSS. After the preliminary drill period, his talents were recognized by the special services office, headed by Captain Louis C. Barley .. Since then has spent all Rhode Vacuum Cleaner Co. Authorized Sales lc Service Agentn for Eureka and Premier Duplex Cleane !" —I'art a and Suppliex. Hebuilt cleanei'H of all make* in Htork. 1312 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-783S M. KLEINER his time entertaining the boys Rehearses every morning with vocal group at Flamingo Park band shell Participates in religious services for all faiths, including Jewish services and interdenominational services Entertains RAF boys at the Albion Hotel Plays and sings also on the Flamingo variety shows Appears as soloist on the air force broadcast "Contact" over WKAT If Raphael is lucky enough to be stationed on the Beach for some time to come, the Greater Miami army and navy committee hopes to exploit his talents. What They're Saying From Coleman Pont, son of Mrs. Sadie Pont, 211 S. W. Fifth Avenue Coleman, 24, entered service as a private in February He has been promoted to sergeant and is stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. "It makes a fellow feel good to hear that his mother is happy, too ... I want you to stay that way and it will be easier for both of us Mom, I went to a U. S. O. dance last night and met I. M. Tell his mother he looks o'kay ... I put that picture of you, Aunt Rose, and Aunt Lida on my shelf andl it looks good. "Mom, give my regards to thfRabbi Tell him I'm doing; o'kay ... In about two or threemonths I hope I can get another leave for about 10 or lb days Boy, will that be swellf ... I just can't wait to show off my new stripes (three of them!) —Buy War Savings Bonds A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AUDIPHONE COMPANY OF MIAMI. INC. Vacuum Tube and Carbon Hearing Aids by Weitern Electric Developed by Bell Laboratories 117 N. E. 1st Ave.—1211-13 Security BldgMiami—Phone 3-3*40 W. Palm Beach Office. 3800 Washington Dr.—Phone8592 "Miami'i Moot Beautiful Bar" America's Famous Beers on Draught TURF EXCHANGE BAR Where All Good Sporte Meet THE BEST BEERS IN TOWN ANHEUSER-BUSCH M J. CHEU0B _.. 279 East Flagler St (Opp. Cor. Elks Club) Phone 2-1844 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE FIFTH DISTRICT NURSES' ASSOCIATION NURSES' OFFICIAL REGISTRY 701 OLYMPIA BUILDING 24-Hour Service Yeur Inspect ion Invited CARRIE DUXB8 ULHUIA R N.. Presides t jl'UA RICHARDSON. R. N„ Secretary LUCY D. TREADWAT, R N.. Rejrlstrar TELEPHONES:—2-B1S2—S-laee ONLY NON-COMMERCIAL, REGISTRY IN MIAMI IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. 222 N. W. 26th STREET T. W. MILLS PHONE 2-3705 A. H. BECKER NEW YEAR GREETINGS PHONE 4-5M3 JAMES ARBONA Mantles Garage Grills Window Sills Vents Louvers • Steps and All Kinds of Art Stone. Polished or Plain 2S2* SUJIO ROAD COCONUT GROVE, FLA. DOUGLAS ROAD CLEANERS PHONE 4-S44S 1(21 DOUGLAS ROAD NEW YEAR GREETINGS DIAL 3-2023 ROME MATTRESS & BOX SPRING CORP. PRETTY SOFT PRODUCTS 2027-2029N. Miami Avenue Miami. Florid* TAN N ER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS' STORES: 1*U WEST FLAGLER STREET 17M NORTHEAST SECOND AVENUE „._,,. 1MM PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR •



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942 +Je*isti fk>rMk*tf PAGE SEVEN AND NOTES ABOUT THE 'S [ Miami, Florida By CHARLES S. TOBIN. President This home is dedicated to the c are and treatment of children afflicted with rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart diseases. It is the only home of its kind in the entire South and was founded in 1937 as a non-profit, non-sectarian institution. The home has made considerable progress since its early start in a rented dwelling on Miami Beach. The home today owns a 10-acre tract of land on West Flagler Street and 42nd Avenue. its administrative building provides beds for 24 patients, in addition to administrative facilities. The home plans to complete 10 cottage units, the first of which is already completed and available for occupancy. This cottage will house a minimum of 16 children. Foundation for the second cottage unit has been laid but plans have temporarily been stopped. Early in 1941 the Rose Rothberg Laboratory building was completed. This laboratory, with full research facilities, is in active use. Medical staff of the home is composed of recognized local physicians, while a resident physician, who is in complete charge of all research, is always available on the premises. The affairs of the home are managed by a board of trustees, all local residents, and they are assisted by a national advisory board. The home is maintained through membership dues and voluntary contributions. Fundraising activities are under the sponsorship of chapters which the home has established. The local chapter is known as Dade Chapter No. 1, while in the North five additional groups are working. These are known as the Mary Richter League of Brooklyn, Rainbow Chapter of Brooklyn, Manhattan Chapter of New York, Rebecca Reitmeister Chapter of Jamacia, L. I., and the Apollo Chapter of Brooklyn. Due to curtailed activities in fund raising in this area the home feels that its principal maintenance for the duration will be supplied by these Northern chapters. BEOT WISHES TO Ol'It MANY JEWISH FRIENDS DINING AND DANCING AT JEAN'S BISCAYNE TAVERN 11420 N. W. Seventh Avenue PHONE 7-9175 GREETINGS RED TOP CAB & BAGGAGE CO. 7-PASSENGER SEDANS SIGHTSEEING BUS Baggage Checked to Destination 44 S. W. 3rd STREET Miami Phone 3-3131 Miami Beach Phone 5-34*7 TO ALL MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF THE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. 598 S. W. 17th Avenue BEST WISHES FOR A CH'SIVA V'CHISIMA TOVA MAX RIFAS, President We Take Pleasure at This Time to Wish All Our Friends and Acauaintances A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR eJTtr. and oSRrs. £eo 9to&inson SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ABE ARONOVITZ and FAMILY I %  '.>':' Sincere Wishes to All Our Relatives and Friends for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CHERTKOF MR. and MRS. ISAAC JOFFE EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR THE G A ROE N OF MEMORIES mourn IUBO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI Maybe you feel that you have already provided adequate burial protection for your family—by paying dues to some organization which offers burial space. But such organizations usually scatter families in different cemeteries instead of keeping them together in one place. Visit any cemetery and you will see pathetic sights. Families completely torn apart, scattered among strangers, lack of upkeep—all because the head of the family THOUGHT he had provided properly. No matter how long you have been a member of an organization—no matter how much you have paid in dues—it would still be wiser to get a family plot directly from Mount Nebo. This is a sure way you can prevent your loved ones from being scattered. Sfl Hi Perpetual Cart Title Insurance Lots may be purthased on convenient terms m Business Office 1014 Olympia Bldg. 3-5132 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU ^*$m*^t::.i#ti* \?3-K: 23SS x-^vvfes "^S^ % % % %  ^ wx i?':-r* mg$i THE CITY OF MIAMI Recognizing the participation of its Jewish citizens in every civic and welfare movement for the good of the general community,! takes pleasure in extending to all Jewry sincere wishes for A empire Y3EAE C H. REEDER MAYOR R. C. GARDNER FRED W. HOSEA Commissioners A. B. CURRY CITY MANAGER JAMES A. DUNN LEONARD K. THOMSON .5 \ •



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER.il, 1942 vjewisti fkrk/tann PAGE THIRTY-THREE Social • • Personals Clubs Organizations PERSONALS PERSONALS PERSONALS B R I S I M DEATHS Morris Wroobcl returned from Mr. Nathan Adelmanrfpenl this Miss Ei a j nc Meyer will return! New York this week. past week end in Jacksonville. 1O Sophie Newcomb college in A • T* i7<• Wn,1 th( ro '"' was visited by his New Orleans as a sophomore Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstem UQ,, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and this year. Miss Meyer was valeleft Monday to visit relatives in Mrs Ch.-.rles Adelman, who are dic torian of her class at Miami New York City. St. Louis. now residing in Savannah da. • • • • • • Stanley Tanenbaum returned Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. LipIn Ins home here after five weeks ton and family have returned to the city after vacationing in the North. Mr. Lipton is president of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of this city. • • • Miss Margery Rosengarten will leave next week for the University of Alabama where she will i nter as a freshman. Miss Rosengarten was graduated from Miami senior high school in June. Also back from the North Carolina mountains are Mis. Sidney Palmer and children. • • • Mr. Sam Lobel of Miami Bi ach vacationed in the North and returned to the city last week. • • s Returning to Miami Beach. from their vacation, this week were Mr, and Mrs. A. Zinnamon. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel have returned here this week alter vacationing in Hcndersonville. • • • Donald Berkowitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz. is home after a vacation in Hendersonville. • • • Mrs. Wm. Friedman has returned home from a three months vacation at Spring Valley and Bell Harbor. Long Island. • • • Mrs. Henry Seitlin will leave this week to visit her son Louis who is stationed at Fort Bragg. N. C. She will join Mr. Seitlin there. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Morton Fagan The Misses Naomi and Rita Grossman returned this v I !. from a three months stay in New Jersey. They will resume their studies at the University of Miami where Naomi is the president of the Pan Hellenic ciation. • • • Back to school is the password for the junior these days. Off for "Tally"' is Abby Silverstein. who will be a freshman. Among the freshmen at the University oi Miami will be Gloria Kirstein. Lillian Rubin. Joyce Oran. and Judith Weiss. • • • After a summer holiday with relatives and friends in New York. Miss Gwendolyn Gordon, president of the Delta Phi Epsion sorority at the University of senior high school and editor of the yearbook. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Roth will spend the Holidays in Northern Florida where Mr. Roth has been for the past eight weeks. He will return to Miami in about four weeks with Mrs. Roth, after completing a task with a Governmental Defense project. Mr. Roth is president of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. • • • Mr. and Mrs, Monte Sell" returned Ibis week from a trip through the Berkshire and Adirondack mountains. Mrs. Selig is president of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. Her husband is active in Federation and the Army and Navy Committee. • • • Miss Ruth Rubin. 4411 Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach, has been accepted as a WAVE and is awaiting instructions to report to Smith College in Massachusetts for training. At present Miss Rubin is affiliated with the American Red Cross and active in social service work. She took her graduate study in social work at Tulane University in New Orleans. The Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverman, 4310 N. Miami Avenue, took place last Sunday afternoon at 51 N. W. 49th Street, the home of Mrs. Anna Brooks. Mrs. Silverman's mother. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. • • • At the St. Francis Hospital, on Monday afternoon. Rabbi S. M. Machtei performed the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Swens. 2452 S. W. 16th Terrace. • • • The Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rivn an. I'll 1 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, took place at the St. Francis Hospital Thursday afternoon, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei. officiating. • • • Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated iat the Brith Milah of the son of Lieut, and Mrs. Harry B. Davis. 875 4Gth Street. Miami Beach, at the Victoria Hospital, this afternoon. ENGAGED Funeral services were held Wednesday in the Gordon Funeral home chapel for Louis (Buster) Rifas. 40. of 1250 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach, who dud at his home early Wednesday. Burial was in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabl iMax Shapiro and Colman A. Zwitman officiated. Rifas. who was in the abstract, and title business. (Mine to Miami 17 years ago from Chicago. He wafl a member of the Temple Israeli the Miami Orthodox congregation and B'nai B'rith. He leav. sid< bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rifas, his widow, Mr.-. Rose Rifas: one son. Ki rmit. and OIK daughter. Elaine, all of Miami, four brothers, David and Hyland of Miami, and Morris and Arthur of Chicago: and lour sisters, Evelyn of Miami, Minnie of Chicago Lillian of New York, and Mrs. I M. Sevin, ol Beverly Hills. Calif His father is president of tin Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Pallbearers were Josepl M. Lipton. Gus Feuer. Goorgi Wolpert. Herbert Sher. Charl Marks. Max Marks. Isader Marks T/ V c K ft" Miami, returned to resume her and daughter Sunshme._ after, studiea n( ,,.„ M iss Gordon will be a junior this year. spending their vacation in Hendersonville, returned to the city this week. • • • Mrs. Victor Mell has returned to her home, 1836 S. W. 9th Staffer spending five weeks with friends and relatives in NewMiss Billie Sabshin. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. I. Z. Sabshin. will leave for Tallahassee on Sept. 17 to work on her Masters Degree at Florida State College for Women. Miss Sabshin took York and other Northern cities. her undprgraduatc work at h Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumbcrg and daughter Charlotte have returned from their vacation after spending a month in New York. Charlotte spent the Summer in camp, and joined her parents prior to their return. University of Miami. • • • Among the many visitors to Miami this week was Mrs. Jack Grossman, executive secretary of the Reconstruction Movement. Mrs. Grossman was here to see her son. Raphael, who is stationMiss Marjory'starke will reed at the Beach. Private Grossturn to Coral Gables this coming man. an accomplished singer and week to join her mother. Mrs. | violinist, is heard over the air Francis Starke after spending on the weekly Contact broadthe summer in the North visit-. casts. His mother is on the naing relatives and friends. I tional board of Hadassah. A NEW ARRIVAL OF FRESH NORTHERN Whitefish"Pike-'Carp FOR THE HOLIDAYS East Coast Fisheries 360 West Flagler Street PHONES — 3 5 5 1 4 — 3 5 5 1 5 — 3 5 5 1 6 NEW YEAR GREETINGS SOBEL'S FILLING STATION 1900 S. W. 8th Street PAUL SOBEL, Mgr. HAPPY NEW YEAR PHIL DAVIS, Inc. CLOTHING 138 Enst Flagler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA MR. AND MRS SAMUEL N. HALPERT Family, and Son Stanton now with the U. S. A. armed forces in Australia, wish all their friends and relatives a HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ralph Neufeld is announcing the engagement of her daughter. Muriel Eileen, to Jack Hollander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian A. Cohen. East Orange. N. J. The couple met at the University of Miami where Miss Neufeld was a number of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Hollander is in the naval reserve and will enter Columbia university as a midshipman in February. • • • Plans for an autumn wedding are being made by Miss Beatrice Merlin, daughter of Mrs. E. Merlin, and Sergeant Milton C. Weintraub. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Weintraub. Sgt. Weintraub. stationed at Fort Custer. Michigan, was graduated from Miami senior high school as was Miss Merlin. Both have been active in junior groups at the Y. The prospective bride will be honored at a shower given by Miss Margaret Horowitz and Miss Beebe Zeesman. MARRIAGES Private David Winner and Miss Florence Cohen were married last Wednesday evening at the home of Rabbi S. M. Machtei. The newly weds reside at 950 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach. BIRTHS NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEFKOVE & MEYERS 109 S. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-1637 BISCAYNE FISHING BOAT PIER 7 • • CITY YACHT BASIN 9:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. BAIT AND TACKLE FURNISHED FREE LUNCH SERVED ON BOARD For Reservations Phone 2-2236 SEASON'S GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Security Building MIAMI. FLORIDA Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. %  Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro announce the birth of a son. Saturday evening. September 5th. Mr. Shapiro is Sexton of tht' Miami Beach Jewish Center. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Louis August' 1747 S. W. 16th Terrace, announce the birth of a daughter, theil' third child. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gordon announce the birth of a son. Wednesday at Jackson Memorial Hospital. MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK West Palm Beach representative of The Jewish Floridian. wishes all her relatives and friends, and all Jewry everywhere A HAPPY NEW YEAR For the Best in Deary SEASONS GREETINGS MALVESTUTO & SON WOMEN'S APPAREL 131 Coral Way Phone 4-3123 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR iji SIDNEY L SEGALL MR. AND MRS. HYLAN H. KOUT and FAMILY wish all their friendi and relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR (U BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. B. TAIT ACCOUNTANT 8015 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI A Distinguished Service When in Need MIZELL SIMON FUNERAL HOME WEST PALM BEACH Products ALFAR CREAMERY CO. WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES _—_ Serving Palm Beach County, featuring th Crl-5^*^'^Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Products and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE %  CE CHAM UILC IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT WE EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS H. L. ROBERTSON PLUMBING and HEATING 1369 N. Bayshore Drive Phone 2-6184 318 HARVEY BUILDING PHONE 6093 Writing Fire and all Kindred Lines of Insurance i •' %  '•1 %  r I %  r



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mSBSBStKKSBBSStBsBSBHSmBSS^SI^ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER H. 1942 vJewisfi Fk>ricfiann PAGE THIRTEEN The Blessing of Religion By ALEXANDER S. KLEINFELD. Rabbi Congregation B'nai Israel St. Petersburg, Fla. When we cast our eyes abroad •ind behold the thousand ills in the course of our lives, when we consider that naked we entered t his earthly life, and naked we must leave it, we feel that life has not sufficient charms to compensate us for the many vexations to which we are constantly subjected. Let us begin with any walk of life, any scientific pursuit, any mercantile speculation — And let our plans be ever so well laid, let NEW YEAR GREETINGS Lucky Four Products Co. Buy Florida Made Products Manufacturer* of Mayonnaise, Salad Dressing. Mustard. Vinegar, Maple Syrup, BarBQ Sauce. 722 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-3800 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES our experience and forethought be ever so matured: some unforseen disappointment will frustrate our efforts at the very moment when we believe we have achieved success. Ask any man of wealth whether his desires arc gratified. For the moment he may think that he is content, but inwardly he is yearning for something which neither wealth nor success can supply because peace does not result from a pursuit where everything is made to yield to pne absorbing controlling thought. Let us understand that none of us can look with calmness and peace, if we have nothing but earthly possessions and human wisdom for our share in this world. If we survey the gifts we have SINCERE: WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE LUDMAN CORP. Phone 2-8496 116 N. E. 6th Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS NATIONAL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO. E. C. THRALL FLORIDA GENERAL AGENTS 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. PHONE 4-3502 Coral Gables and Jacksonville received from the Almighty, we must conclude that, however precious may be the blessings or life and health, the light which guides the spirit to a knowledge of what is best suited to the satisfaction of the inward mind, religion is by far the most precious gift of all. The knowledge of religion is the gift of God, which more than all other possessions heals the wounds with which we are struck today, which teaches the humble to become great when freedom of the world is attained, which instructs the captive to be of good hope when the chains will be broken, where no bolts and massive doors shut out the light of heaven. Religion teaches us that righteousness will not remain ungratified — where the longings of the oppressed will be fulfilled, where no taskmaster is to be feared, where the wicked can exercise no tyranny over the unarmed and helpless people. Let us then, beloved brothers and sisters, seize on this hope, this way of salvation. For us there is but one solace in the hour of danger of European Jewry; let us take to heart that twice was our temple destroyed, but Israel is still the living witness that the Jewish spirit cannot be destroyed. Let us awaken to the sound of the Shofar! It is time to worship, if we strive honestly and sincerely our progress and goal will gain momentum, the Lord will then humble the tyrants. Ht will break the fetters of the oppressed and bring them redemption. Let us leave to God the issue, He only wounds for a time that our cure may be permanent. May He in mercy hear our prayers and return to us in everlasting glory. To the house of Jacob and Israel I send greetings for a happy New Year. A HAPPY NEW YEAR MILLER MUNDY. Inc. Auto Rentals 1030 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-1013 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO. Isle of Normandy Phone 6-1677 MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PEARL BROS., Inc. Distributors of KOSHER ZION DELICATESSEN 1725 N W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 NIELRuSE BEAUTY SALON SEASON-S GREETINGS 3400 N. W. 27th Ave. Ph. 3-9375 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Kosher Zion Sausage Co., Inc. 37th Street and Normal Avenue CHICAGO. ILL. DELICIOUS CORNED BEEF, PICKLED. COOKED AND SMOKED MEATS YOUR BEST INSURANCE Is That Our Products Are Manufactured Under the SUPERVISION OF ASSEMBLY OF ORTHODOX RABBIS OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA and UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN NEW HILLEL DIRECTOR AT UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA TTP*"f9 NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons LARRY MARKS & CO. 37 N. E. 1st Avenue HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL The Best Chop Suey in Town! 0 CHICKEN CHOW MEIN R I E N T A L GARDEN 272 West Flagler Street Open All Summer Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons JAMES DRUG SHOP 30 S. E. Second Ave. Phone 2-1779 Rabbi Josch Gitin. who has been named director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of North Carolina. HAPPY NEW YEAR THE PUBLIC SELF-SERVICE STORES '•A STORE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY" 337 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-5921 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO All Our Friends And Patrons AL PFLEUGER TAXIDERMIST PHONE 2-1424 1367 N. Miami Avenue To Our Many Jewish Friends We Extend SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR G. O. REED. Inc. ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 1345 Twentieth Street MIAMI BEACH Season's Greetings To All MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY Phone 2-6666 2049 N. W. 2nd Ave. "Watch for the Opening of Our New and Larger Quarters" NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS M. & M. Dredging & Construction Co. Postal Building MIAMI. FLORIDA Sincere New Year Wishes to Our Friends and Patrons HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 Best Wishes To Our Many Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR INVESTORS SYNDICATE Congress Building PHONE 2-2661 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR C. H. LM FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. 105-109 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-5840 •i Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR KENHOLZ'S STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET 1041 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-3992



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PAGE EIGHTEEN vJmlsii FhrkUaiff FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Orlando, The City Beautiful] Rosh Hashona Greeting For 5703-1942 By RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP Congregation Ohev Sholom Orlando. Florida "Evil shall slay the wicked: and they that hate the righteous shall be desolate. The Lord redeemeth the soul of his servants; and none of them that trust in Him shall be desolate."—Psalm 34. There comes a time in the lives of individuals and nations NEW YEAR GREETINGS NORTH GARLAND BODY WORKS Ph. 2-3632—529 N. Garland St. Seat Coveri and Top Work Duco and Dulux Painting Body and Fefider Repairing when running away from evil and evil-doers becomes sure death. To be constantly among the pursued can be more exhausting and suicidal than to stand up and face the pursurer. Bialik. the great Hebrew poet, cried out for the Jew to face death fronting the enemy rather than to always flee and be overtaken and be killed like an animals. In his famous poem "City PECK'S QUALITY CLEANERS EXPERT CLEANERS DYERS—PRESSERS For Quality Cleaning "Send It To Peck's" 813 E. Washington Phone 6055 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. G. DUCKWORTH Justice of the Peace Orange County ORLANDO. FLORIDA of Slaughter" dealing with the tragic pogroms which occurred in Russia during his lifetime. Bialik urges the Jews to stop dying like helpless and inhuman slaves, but to die (if necessary) fighting back the cruel and brutal enemy, like noble human beings. As we now view the world struggle between good and evil, we Jews must always keep in mind Bialik's exhortation. Rosh Hashonah 5703 will be ushered in by Jews with heads held high. Every source of faith and strength will be tapped. Every word in our holy liturgy will be uttered in hope and encouragement. Every prayer will be offered as a paen for courage and determination. We must be more than ever convinced that' "evil shall slay the wicked. And they that hate the righteous shall i be desolate." Instead of running, away and flinching and crouching in abject fear from the onrush of the "evil-doers" we shall garner all defense weapons and stand up and continue our fight in the conviction that "the Lord redeemeth the sould of His servants; and none of them that trust in Him shall be desolate." In the world struggle in which we arc engaged we realize that | victory shall only be won at the sacrifice of comforts, possessions |and even lives. We Americans haven't yet begun to fight. We : American Jews must be prepared to make every sacrifice, along with all freedom-loving peoples everywhere, to assure redemption. This Rosh Hashanah season should find every American Jew alert to both the call of duty and the call of faith. Others may falter, but we must cither do or die. We live through days when merely having faith or believing in a religion is not enough. We are called upon to test our faith and religion every day. Rosh Hashanah should renew in us the great strength possessed by our forefathers in ages past. Some lived through bitter days. Many millions did not. Some were martyrs and some were mere pebbles under the brutal stamp 0 f heanW murderers. Some fought ba X forces of evil, in armi e a l H u~i_*:_i J. LS and on battlefields of *?V nation. GREETINGS Easy Terms Phone 6416 Reconditioned—Used Cars N. G. FILLEY The Workingman's Friend Best Values in Town 200 West Central Avenue ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES For A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR C. M. GAY Clerk Circuit Court ORANGE COUNTY ORLANDO, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR L, C. (Bill) LEEDY STATE REPRESENTATIVE Group 2—Orange County ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRY'S RESTAURANT 122 North Orange ORLANDO, FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JIM BURDEN TAX ASSESSOR Orange County ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ACE CLEANERS & DYERS 312 West Colonial Drive PHONE 5221 ORLANDO, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS For Quick Transportation Call 5 15 1 ECONOMY AND YELLOW CAB. INC. ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR KATES DAIRY PHONE 8754 ORLANDO, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS Hutchinson Tractor Equipment Co. 1216 W. Central, Orlando. Fla. Others were trampled u ** lucked about until they' V peared or agonizing fc^g them surcease. gaie The time has come this w Hashanah 5703 to make Kl resolution^ If Jews must die n th.s world struggle let ,h em n die in slavery or as fleeing J o be ultimately caught in lh trap of death anyway. We m J resolve to stand and fight 2 our very lives as fearless men and true servants of the cau of human liberty. "Evil shall slay the wicked." That is basw Judaism. Without that hallowed conviction our hands are weak and our hearts easily dismayed. "None of them that trust in Him shall be desolate." is the Psalmist's belief and Judaism's faith Of course we cannot blind our eyes to the fact that already millions of innocent men, women and children who did have "trust in Him" have been made desolate. Yet the cause for which they suffered is not lost or hopeless. We shall fight and pray on for victory. L'Shanah Tovah. HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Many Jewish Patrons LIB B Y & FREEMAN PLUMBING — HEATING WELL DRILLING 711 West Church ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY FRANK MEBANE, Agent ORLANDO, FLORIDA COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS INC. Budweiser Beer Schenley s Liquors Garret's Wines Gold Seal Wines ORLANDO. FLORIDA MAY T HE NEW YEAR BRING YOU ABUNDANT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY— GREENTREE GRILL 71 N. Orange Ave. Phone 471 ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR ORANGE STATE BEER DISTRIBUTORS 7 N. Parramor* Phone 5441 ORLANDO, FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLAMINGO CAFE Mi. East Cheney Highway ORLANDO, FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR to my Jewish friends and patrons D. L. BEAN GARAGE CHEVROLET SPECIALIST Located in Orlando'* Oldest Service Station CHURCH AND COURT ST. ORLANDO. FLORIDA With Best Wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR X-CEL FEED STORE Is your most conveniently located feed, seed and fertilizer store 20 YEARS SAME LOCATION 205 W. Robinson Phone 3624 ORLANDO, FLORIDA Orlando Seed Co. Not inc. ~..._ ORLANDO. FLORIDA QUALITY SUPREME SEEDS FOR EVERY PURPOSE T— „~ Insecticide Specialist* Du J*I FOODS POTS PLANT FOODS IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL ELMER HOEQUIST ELLIOT KERLIN AND ASSOCIATES ORLANDO AIR SCHOOL "GOVERNMENT AJMOVjO^NQ SCHOOL" RIO GRANDE AVENUE PHONE U14 SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS JACOB BURKHARD PLUMBING 330 North Garland ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR Our Best Wishes to All Our Jewish Patrons and Friends for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR WOODS FUEL OIL CO., Inc. Fuel Oil for All Types Burner* and Tractors—Butane Gas—Cook^S^^ a,er Heating—Refrigeration 1033 W. Robinson Ph.988780e ORLANDO. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS Beauty Treatment for Your Clothes AMERICAN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY A Clean and Satisfaclory Service fur Every Need Main Office. 21 N. Parramore St. Branch Office, 20 East Church St. PHONE 6112 ORLANDO, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS THE GLIDDEN COMPANY Cleveland. Ohio PAINTS VARNISHES ENAMELS A. L. WOODHAM. Manager PHONE 001 Orlando Branch—^28 N. Orange Avenue, Orlando. Florida NEW YEAR GREETINGS SWEAT & flULT ROOFING SHEET METAL WORK AIR CONDITIONING 813 Brookhaven Driv* PHONE 5227 Electrol Oil BumiiU Oil Burn*rs Furnaces Mueller Furnaces Space Heats* ORLANDO, FLORIDA THOS. G. LEE DAIRY ORLANDO. FLORIDA SEARS TAKES PLEASURE IN WISHING THEIR MANY JEWISH CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS IN ORANGE COUNTY A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. ORLANDO TELEPHONE 9813 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ATLANTIC BEER & ALE ATLANTIC CO. ORLANDO FLORIDA



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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR vJewisfr FtDr/rafifojn r %  raiDAY. SEPTEMBER TEMPLE ISRAEL SERVICES West Palm Beach. Florida grogation and their friends at a two weeks vacation in West Palm reception in Schwartzberg Hal), j Beach. She is engaged in social work in the department of the FOR Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herman have returned from Chicago where they spent their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. T. Simon and daughter have returned after spending several months in Newark, visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Feldman have returned to their home alter visiting in the North tor several months. Services for the Jewish New Year will be held by Reform Congregation Temple Israel Friday evening at 8:15 and Saturday morning at 10. Services will be held in the Temple. 2014 Broward Ave., Bethseda Park. Dr. Carl N. Herman will officiate and the sermon topics for the two services will be: '"Spiritual Preparedness" and "The Evil of Religious Isolationism.'" The musical responses will be Mrs. Dave Goldsmith, presisung by the choir composed of dent of Beth Israel Sisti rhood. Mrs. George Gamble. Mrs. Jo-1 was hostess at a card party last seph Hill. Robert Atkisson. with Thursday evening. Mrs. Robert Atkisson as organ-1 ist. Jacob Barash will partici-[ Beth El held their regular pate in the traditional services ; semi-monthly card party at Sher of_the blowing of the ram's horn., Hall. Mrs. Al Waxman and Mrs. in Bureau of Children. Aid to Dependent COCONUT GROVE YOUTH IS KILLED IN AIRPLANE CRASH Mrs. Sally Dubbin returned Sunday after spending her vacation at Hendersonville. Albert Kasanoff, 22 year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasanoff, of Coconut Grove, was killed in an airplane crash early Thursday morning, near Perrlne, Fla. Surviving him are his parents, two brothers. Murray of Baltimore, and Mitchell of Coconut Grove, and two sisters. Leah and Estelle of Coconut Grove. CHURCHA-HOME NEGOTIATIONS WITH ARABS FAIL, DR. MAGNES ADMITS On Saturday afternoon, from B. Ryder were hostesses. three until five. Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herman, Mr. and Mrs. Visiting Rabbi and Mrs. GreenLeon Goldsmith and Mr. and stein is Miss Etta Grcenstein of Mrs. David Goldsmith will reWarren. Ohio, sister of the rabbi. ceivc the members of the Con' Miss Greenstein will spend her A HAPPY NEW YEAR yi TIP TOP GROCERY STORES "THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 N. W. Fifth Street—Phone 2-8194 1301 West Flagler Street—Phone 2-6745 665 N. W. 36th Street—Phone 7-6276 2425 S. W. 8th Street—Phone 4-4461 Jerusalem (WNS)—Dr. Judah L. Magncs. president of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem | and leader of the newly formed "Ichud" movement whose program calls for a bi-national Palestine in a federation of Arab states, announced this week that all efforts to reach an agreement i with Arab leaders on an Arab-: Jewish pact had met with failure. In an address at a public meet-1 ing arranged by the "Ichud" Dr. Magncs declared that "after my | meeting this week with Auni Bey Abdul-Hadi. the noted leader of the Palestine Arabs, I see no possibility of an Arab-Jewish pact." He added that ::my negotiations! with Auni Bey Abdul-Hadi had j proven fruitless." "The only way for a real agreement with the Arab people is direct contact between Jewish : and Arab masses," he stated, j "Jews must establish common j Arab-Jewish clubs." BUY WAR BONDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HARTLEY'S East Flagler Street Through to S. E. First Street "MIAMI'S LARGEST APPAREL STORE" NEW YEAR GREETINGS REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. Engineers and Contractors MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte and Sons Marvin and Stuart Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack August and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold of Coral Gables Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR B Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Berkowitz and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bronston and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen and Family 956 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Z. Bouchter Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Martin Chochem Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg and Daughter Charlotte Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William Clein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR D Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drewich Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg and Daughter Geralyn Dee Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenblanlc and Son Aaron and Daughter Beatrice Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. Ehrlich Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elian and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isador Fine and Son Louis Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Bernard Frishburg Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. R. Golin and Mrs. Javin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. A. Engler and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohan and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Camner Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eslcenasi and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Estroff and Family W 1S h All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fleeman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel Daughter Natalie and Son Marvin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Gottesman and Daughter Harrietts Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Edehnan Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. George Gerson and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfi** 1 and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gulkis and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goldberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR A MEenHcQ



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UDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942 -Jewisti rkridictn PAGE THIRTY-ONE B'nai B'rith N o t es BY AL GREEN By MILTON FRIEDMAN Guest Columnist I have been writing this column for so many weeks now hat many people have come to elieve that instead of being a uest columnist, I have been the egular columnist for this B'nai i'rith feature. Quite a number pf weeks ago Al Green went on vacation and asked me to take liver this column until he returni. Yesterday, at the B'nai B'rith neeting, I saw Al and I am now eturning his job to him. In this ny last guest column I shall not ouch on the events at our meetng this week in order to allow W enough news with which to art his column next week. Last week Sholem Lodge sponsored the Saturday night dance at Carl's Restaurant on the beach V RABBI AND MRS. P. ZISSMAN St. Augustine, Fla. WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ^ Rabbi and Mrs. Benjamin G. Eisenberg wish the officers, members and worshipers of Cong. Rodolph Sholom, Tampa, Florida, and the Jews of Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR y RABBI AND MRS. JACOB H. KAPLAN Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR m RABBI AND MRS. MOSES MESCHELOFF Daughter. RENAH RAHEL and Son. EFROM ZEV wish for all Jewry and particu'rly the members and officers of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR y RABBI and MRS. A. GOLDEN and FAMILY Tue,EXTEND 'HEIR BEST WISHES FOR A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year to the Jewish Community of Miami and Miami Beach in Particular, and to the House of Israel generally. for service men. It was a huge success. Instead of the ordinary' music box, the lodge provided an orchestra for the boys together with cakes, cookies and soft drinks. The following members of the lodge and auxiliary helped make the affair the success that it was: Mrs. Benj. Landau. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Jack August, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Heiman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Al Pallot, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort and Milton Friedman. It was unfortunate that none of the members of Sholem Lodge took enough interest in the Junior B'nai B'rith order of the A. Z. A. to attend its various functions this past week-end when the convention was held in Miami. All the members of the DR. AND MRS. CARL N. HERMAN Wish for all Jewry and particularly the Worshipers of West Palm Beach. Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR y? RABBI AND MRS. DAVID L. ZIELONKA AND SON Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and worshiper* of CONG. SCHAARAI ZEDEK Tampa, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY AND FAMILY extend to all Jewry, and particularly the officers, and members of the Shaaray Tefila Congregation, sincere and heartfelt wishes for A Happy and Prosperous New Year RABBI AND MRS. S. M. MACHTFJ and Daughter. EVE NAOMI Wish for the Members and Officers of Beth Sholom Center, its Sisterhood and Jewry at Large A HAPPY NEW YEAR y RABBI AND MRS. LASARUS LEHRER Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of B'NAI ZION CONGREGATION of Key West, Florida 8INCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR lodge had been invited to attend and participate. The convention was acclaimed by the boys as the finest they have ever attended. The Miami Chapter won most of the honors. Marvin Goldman was the oratory winner and joined with Paul Silverman to also win the debating. The Miami team won the basketball trophy and the Chapter as a whole won the Milton A. Friedman Best Florida Chapter cup. Jacksonville won the bowling tournament. Ted Sakowitz, the president of the Miami Chapter was elected State President and Leonard Merlin of the Miami Beach Chapter, State Vice President. Leonard Oxenberg of the Miami Chapter was elected State Publicity Director. Judge David Heffernan was the guest speaker at a luncheon on Sunday and Judge Emanuel Lewis of B'nai B'rith, District President, was the guest speaker at the final banquet. A feature of the convention was the war service panel, the distinguished speakers being Capt. Elmer E. Tiedt of the Army Air Corps stationed on the beach, Bryan Hanks, Chairman of the Dade County Defense Council, and Congressman Pat Cannon. Tiedt, who was stationed in Pearl Harbor at the time the Japs attacked gave a eye witness account of the attack. Hanks told the audience how they could best help in the war effort. Congressman Cannon told the boys how they stood in the war set-up of the United States. It was inspiring throughout to see young Jewish boys i { RABBI AND MRS. MANUEL GREENSTEIN Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and worshipers of CONG. BETH EL of West Palm Beach, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. MORRIS A. SKOP AND FAMILY EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR to the Officers and Members of CONG. OHEV SHOLOM Orlando, Florida AND TO JEWRY AT LARGE y y RABBI AMRAM PRERO Wishes the officers and members of B'nai B'rith, Students of Florida Colleges, and the Jews of Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS SAMUEL BENSION end FAMILY 1536 Jefferson Avenue MIAMI BEACH Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR to the Officers, Directors and Members of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and all its affilated organizations. May our Merciful Father in Heaven grant our prayer for a speedy and righteous peace. orating on Jewish topics, sitting in solemn conclave discussing Jewish and world problems and this in the face of temptation to meet with beautiful girls from the B'nai B'rith girls' organization and dance and generally have a lot of fun. I must admit, however, they had plenty of that, too. Incidentally, a feature of th" banquet was the election of Marvelle Adler, daughter of George Dunhill Adler as the A. Z. A. Queen for the State of Florida. Too much praise cannot be given the advisors of the local chapter who worked so hard to put the convention over in conjunction with the boys. The advisors consist of Maurice Cromer, Nathan Adelman, Sam Silver, Lou Heiman, Alex Cohen, Lester Lasky, Milton Wasman and Milton Friedman. Please take notice that the B'nai B'rith office has been moved to 650 Seybold Bldg., and that the new telephone number is 3-6391. In closing this my final guest column, I want to thank Al for having asked me to take over the column in his absence and to assure him of the great pleasure I had in writing it. RABBI AND MRS. SAMUEL HALEVI BARON Extend to all Jewry, and particularly the officers and members of Temple Emanu-EI, Ft. Lauder. dale and its Sisterhood, sincere and heartfelt wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR V RABBI AND MRS. MORRIS MARGOLIS AND FAMILY Jacksonville, Fla. EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR V RABBI AND MRS. M. WILLNER St. Petersburg. Fla. EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO FLORIDA JEWRY V RABBI AND MRS. MAX SHAPIRO DAUGHTER AND SON Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and officers of Beth David Congregation, a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 4* RABBI AND MRS. COLMAN A. ZWITMAN AND SON Extend to all Jewry, and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SLOVAK PRELATE GIVES WARNING AGAINST NAZIS London (WNS) — Broadcasting a stern "last warning" to the Slovak people to disassociate themselves from "the government appointed by the pagan Hitler," Vice-President of the Czechoslovakian State Council, Msgr. Pavel Machacek. expressed his deep shame with "the sufferings caused his Jewish fellow-citizens as a result of the bestiality and sadiasm of the so-called Catholic Slovak Government." Declaring his protest was made in the name of Catholicism as well as for the sake of the Slovak people's honor, Msgr. Machacek declared: "It is impossible to simultaneously serve God and the devil, and it is impossible to be a good Christian and an anti-Semite at the same time. What has been done to Slovakian Jewry by the Bratislava Government is worse than what Herod once did to the Jews." To the Nazi-puppet government headed by President Tiso he added: "I do not appeal to your conscience and humanity because you do not possess any, but I hold you responsible before God and the Slovak people for what you are doing to these innocent citizens. I call upon you for the last time to desist from these devilish deeds. God's punishment and the vengeance of the Slovak people will fall upon you mercilessly." RABBI AND MRS. ISRAEL KAPLAN Jacksonville, Fla. EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. ALEX S. KLEINFELD Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and worshipers of B'NAI ISRAEL CONGREGATION St. Petersburg, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI DR. AND MRS. LEONARD MERVIS Extend to all, and particularly the Jewry of Pensacola SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR y* y> RABBI ERNST LORGE Gainesville, Florida WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR ;•



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942 *Jewisti fkiriafinun PAGE TWENTY-FIVE B'nai B'rith in State Meet Sets Up Victory Committee Delegates to the sixth annual convention of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges, meeting in the Palm room of the Tampa Terrace hotel yesterday, voted to set up a war victory committee composed of members from every lodge in the state. The victory committee members will be appointed by the president of each lodge, to cooperate in the war effort. Local war victory committees also were urged to cooperate in all movements to aid in the war effort, including the sale of bonds and stamps, working with the county defense councils, and to comply "to the fullest extent with all rules and requests as laid down by all federal agencies for the duration." The resolution also asked newly-elected officers to outline a program to carry out the war ef. fort, and recommended that each lodge post an honor roll of members in the armed forces. Officers elected were Louis Ossinsky, Daytona Beach, president; first vice president. Al Block, Tallahassee, a new office; M. G. Rosenberg, Tampa; Joe Lesser, West Palm Beach; Al Pallot, Miami, and Herbert Talesman, Orlando, vice presidents; I M o r r i s Witten, Jacksonville, treasurer; Dr. Mathew Drosdoff, | Gainesville, secretary. Mr. Louis Heiman of Miami delivered a report of the year's activities of the State Student Union Committee, which he serves as chairman. Receiving IN LOVING MEMORY of their dear departed husband and father LEWIS E. ROTHLEIN called to his eternal rest October 1, 1938 MRS. ETHEL ROTHLEIN AND SONS DR. W. H. ELLIS 110 N. E. 10th STREET Miami Fla. Phone 3-1400 j much commendation, Mr. Hei| man was unanimously selected ; to head the committee for the ; coming year. Mr. William I. Boxerman, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, spoke on that phase of the organization's program. Other elective committee heads selected by the convention were Joseph M. Gliekstein of Jacksonville as chairman of the State ADL Committee, succeeding Barney J. Cohen and Maurice Cromer re-elected to lead the State AZA activities. Highlight of the convention was the address by Judge Emanuel Lewis of Savannah, Ga., president of the fifth district, who outlined the order's war activities, including the giving of 850,000 to the American Red ( Cross at the outbreak of war and I the work of filling gaps in the service which other organizations do not cover. Acting President Ossinsky opened the convention and presided in the absence of President Dave Feldman, of West Palm Beach, who is ill. Mrs. Harry N. Sandier led the group in singing the national anthem, accompanied by Mrs. Nathan Lutz at the piano. Delegates were welcomed to the city BEST NEW YEAR WISHES Miami Food Stores MIAMI FOOD STORE 65 N. E. 14th Street MIAMI BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR mcwAcUtan QidMikUaU, 9nc. 110 N. W. Fourth Street Phone 3-8641 WINES BEER SYRUPS MINIATURES SINCERE WISHES HAPPY NEW YEAR TEDDY SAKOWITZ by Dr. V. M. Rosenthal. president of the board of aldermen, with the response by Al Block of Tallahassee. During the luncheon at the Tampa Terrace hotel, addresses were given by Col. B. Stern, of Drew Field; Julius Fisher, of Roanoke, Va., secretary of the fifth district B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Miami, member of the supreme council; Mrs. Louis Ossinsky, Daytona Beach, second vice president of the fifth district, and Judge Lewis. A special prayer for 621 members of the order in the service was given by Rabbi Amram Prero, and the benediction pronounced by Rabbi Ernest Lorge of Tallahassee. The executive board will decide where and when the noxt convention will be held. REV. HERMAN MARBEIN HAS RESIGNED AS CANTOR HERE 1,850 more Jews, including women and children, have been shipped from Brussels to Antwerp to the ghetto in Cracow. They were allowed to take only 25 kilos of personal belongings. Rev. Herman Marbein has announced this week his resignation as cantor of Beth David Congregation, which he served for the past year. Rev. Marbein, an ordained rabbi and cantor, prior to coming to Miami, was affiliated with the Brooklyn Ninth Street Temple, the Jersey City "Sharei Israel" and was a musical director of the Columbia Broadcasting system. He is officiating for the High Holidays in the North and will return to Miami in October to join his wife, Mrs. Stella Marbein, who has been appointed vocal coach at the School of Applied Arts here. Rev. and Mrs. Marbein are engaged in defense work here. — NEW YEAR GREETINGS — L. & H. MILLER CO. 40 YEARS IN ALL TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION NO BUILDING TOO LARGE or TOO SMALL "BUILDERS oi ANYTHING" 1333 N. E. Boyshore Phono 9-2517 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. LEON W. 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BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HOGARTH and Son WILLIAM MR. AND MRS. JACK PALLOT AND DAUGHTER SONYA BELLE of the PALLOTT TIRE COMPANY 2246 N. E. Second Avenue WISH FOR ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MINNIE McWHORTER SINCERE WISHES ior a HAPPY NEW YEAR WILLIAM B. HALLORAN SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR CHAS. E. BLAIR AND FAMILY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR R. R. BYERS NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS GEO. E. BUNNELL. Inc. 79 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 9-IMS 585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 7-M76 THE SISTERHOOD OF THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER SEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR TO ALL OF ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS MRS. ISIDOR NEWMAN, President The OFFICERS and DIRECTORS of Congregation Schaarei Zedek express their thanks and grateful appreciation for the reception recorded them with the announcement of their opening of the House of Worship and the assistance rendered them financially and physically, making possible readiness for these High-Holy Days. Max Mintier. Vice President A. Pepper. President Phillip Berkowita. Treasurer Max Kupferstein. Secretary Milton Weiner. Second Vice President I i \ M % 



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-RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942 fJewist fhrkHain PAGE FIVE Not By Faith Alone By WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN Executive Director, Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith Statements for the New Year usually conform to a monotonous pattern. The writer reminisces a bit about the happenings of the past year and philosophizes as to what the coming year will bring. He recounts the hardships which Jews have suffered abroad and concludes with the generalization that through faith the Jewish people somehow will weather the vicissitudes that lie ahead. Trust and faith are splendid human attributes. It is in faith that the Jewish people have been nurtured. It is through faith that their existence has been made bearable during the trying periods of the past. But today faith in the inevitability of Jewish survival is not enough. Faith alone will not solve the problems of 1942-43 The many thousands of Jewish boys already in the armed services will testify to that. Likewise faith alone will not suffice in the warfare being waged on the domestic front against intolerance and bigotry, against the wiles of the Nazi propagandists, against the antiSemites who would uproot American Jewry, against the fifth column that would destroy democracy. We must bolster and energize our faith with concrete action. In speaking to many organizations during the last year we have found that Jews are prone to take the easy course when confronted with such problems as anti-Semitism. They philosophize that we always have had anti-Semitism, ergo they have faith that somehow or other we will emerge victorious in the long run. However, Jews must begin to realize before it is too late that we face a situation unparalleled in Jewish history. The two means of escape formerly open to Jews no longer are available. In the past, the individual Jew who found Judaism too burdensome could solve his personal problem either through flight into the Christian faith or through exodus from the land of oppression. Now with the Aryan doctrine of Hitler, making antiSemitism the spearhead for a world-wide political weapon, these avenues are closed. Jews must face the situation squarely and recognize that we here live in the last stronghold of freedom. We are fighting the final fight. It is either survive or perish. No other alternatives remain. In their contributions to the general defense effort, Jews already have begun to realize this. They now must apply the same thinking to the home front. They must participate in the fight of the Jewish defense agencies against the fifth column within, which threatens us as greatly as the external foe without. Let none be deceived by the arrest and indictment of a few anti-Semitic and subversive agents, comforting though these developments may be. For there are powerful forces behind the handful who have fallen into the Federal dragnet. They sleep not. Only militant measures can prevail against them, and then only through the active participation of every Jew in every Jewish community in America. B'nai B'rith Auxiliary By MRS. JENNIE ROTFORT. President Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary Miami, Florida NEW YORK—(WNS). — Statements calling for resignation of Dr. Judah L. Magnes as president of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem were issued this week by Zionist Laborites. SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI PHOTO & SPORTS SUPPLIES 1327 Biicayne Blvd. Phone 3-4933 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA To Our Patrons and Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GORDON SHOP DuPont Bldg. Miami, Fla. RAPID ADVANCEMENT for High School Graduates Phone or Write for Bulletin No Obligation CHARRON WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 601 Postal Bldg. Ph. 3-4859 Miami, Forida R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Qoulda. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami. Fla. PHONE 4-3375 in Miami, Florida B'nai B'rith Auxiliaries have been organized since 1895. spotting the map of these United States from one end to the other. The Miami unit is three years old, but an infant. Affiliated with our National Organization, all of our meetings bring B'nai B'rith projects to our members in many and varied presentations. In the present crisis, we not only stress our defense program but take an active part in its sundry functions. The Miami unit has been very active in our Hillel work here in Miami, and at Gainesville and Tallahassee. We sent a German refugee boy to the University of Florida with a scholarship as one of our worthwhile and successful projects. Taking an active part in all community affairs, one project that we are very proud of is our Junior B'nai B'rith girls' groups. We have one on the Beach and one in Miami. It is gratifying to see their growth and the outstanding work they are doing in the community. The unit on the Beach is headed by Mrs. Carl Weinkle, and the Miami group jointly by Mrs. Sam Silver and Mrs. Al Green. These junior girls, given the right training and guidance, as our women of tomorrow, will be well qualified to take their place in the scheme of world events, when their time to do so comes. The local B'nai B'rith Auxiliary was instrumental in getting the State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges to form a state federation of auxiliaries and from that organization four groups have already been formed. The responsibility of a B'nai B'rith Auxiliary is to maintain the good name of Jews in our community, to be good Americans as well as Jews and to assist with the furtherance of B'nai B'rith ideals. 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PAGE EIGHT fJenisfj ncridian FRIDAY. SE PTEMBER n, ^ Avigdor Golden, Novelist and Poet By A. M. RUBIN [ssachar and Zobulun wore two famous brothers, known to every Jew who studied the Chumeshthe Torah. The Talmud tells us that Issaehar was a student of the Torah who devoted all his time to the pursuit of learning, while Zobulun was a wealthy trader, a merchant, who gave his brother the means to study uninterruptedly. Since that time one of the oldest and deeply rooted traditions of the Jewish people, is the one that men of business of wealth. support the students who devote their time to learning and culture. Our money-aristocrats, the possessors Of the Mishmanei HaAV1GDOR GOLDEN aretz, (The fatness ol thi earth have always ught s] ii itual satisfaction and mental refreshment in Mital Hashmayim. lTh( de of Heaven \:\ the Jewish intellectual accomplishment of our thinkers, writers, artists, and led mat rially and hi Iped circulate their pubd works. For example, the eminent Rob SI un Hai 1, ., dukt and outstanding h was most ::.: J ntia man in thi Royal Court in his day, invited .. the ( nti mi rary Jewish sag< s and they becati mbi rs ? his househ Id. He cared for them and had their books wide.> distributed His soi Rel V >si Hai [ lowed in his fath r's footst ps Other v\(althy Ji w s thi .._:. the %  nt ..v.; .in .. Sir M( s s M ntil re | unite d th same Sii %  .-..Montifiore in-: tut<.: th fam< us .-• ci< ty Mekitzi S ir : :• im, hie h str v t< present th loss ol the work of Jewish ; phers ar i %  .-. riti rs .. %  d end 11 maki th %  •. lun s ( th< tr lit* rary w< rk availal '.. I ::.. p< pl< To this \ many t althj Jews aw :..: T< mch. ral Mi : .:.-ii Haskalah, h i h If spread culture and build Yesh.-. th, the religious acada:su| : n communal institute its, .. i p.-ssess a comri attitude I Je ish ks and their auth S| i -..: r u riting about Jewish authors and their rk, :-.i should • te thai I them lives in .. well k:-. m ml i r : ur J< ish community ( gn ..: %  Miami We have in mind Reverend Avigdor Golden. Golden is a Se h chei bj pi U •sion. Most of the great Jewish ; ... h rs ere either •. i tessu rials r artisans The fai E | ..los pher Spinoza was a p inde r bj pr fessi n ::.^ ntially Avigdor Golden is a thinker, a prolific writer, and a poet. G, Iden needl no introduction to the Jewish public ... He r.eeds no indorsements. His literary w rk both m prose and in verse have been published in most of Jewish periodicals from New York to San Francisco, from Texas to Canada Severals of his stories have re-pubhshed. Golden is a lyrical writer. He touches the heartstrings of his readers, for whom his stories reflect the tragic life of our people. But Golden is no tragedian. Ho can laugh through tears. He is no bewailcr. and the word 1 pictures he paints evoke no melancholy mood. Lot others evaluate the artistic phase of Golden's writings. We see in them an important contribution to Jewish historical studies, because Avigdor Golden depicts a whole epic of Jewish life describing types and institutions that are gradually disappearing. Thus his stories form a source of material for future Jewish historians. Avigdor Golden was raised in a poverty-stricken little Lithuanian town, His father was a rabbi who in every respect was greater than his environment. greater in his learning, greater also in his poverty, greater in his wisdom gained by his experi. ences of life as spiritual leader I his community. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942 vJewist fhoradiairi PAGE NINE Light Out Of Darkness By RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Beth Sholem. Center, Miami Beach, Florida sun,—more darkness than sunlight. Notwithstanding this legal 1 requirement for the Succah, the Feast of Tabernacles is called "Zmon simchoseinu"—the season of our rejoicing. We see the light which will emerge from the darkness. Recently I visited a gentleman' see with the white part of the j We see the better future for .. t hc Jackson Memorial HoseyCi DUt w j tn tnc ^ark part, the; humanity, being born in this, hu:,.., He was in agony, suffer%  %  '• %  •%  -— &f —~ £J acute pains despite the drugs that had been given • returned Fight from the darkness, the barmanity's darkest period. Strength and Courage By MRS. MOSES KREIGER. President Women's Division, American Jewish Congress Greater Miami Chapter him. His I* seems unbelievable that the I c.who "had gone out to telehuman^ race cjm ^emerge into the physician. "The doctor phone W ith this message: gays he'll be over as soon as he s through at the office. I told him vou were in great pain, and he was ulad to hear it. It's one of the good signs of your case. The stronger the pain, the surer you are of an early recovery." Paradoxical? Not necessarily. To answer the questions of those who are puzzled by God's feat in creating light in %  world where darkness alone barism, which has encompassed it. It also seems unbelievable to the patient tossing in a bed of | pain that he will ever know relief. Yet, we know, "weeping may tarry for the night, but joy cometh in the morning." And, the night is not yet over. Out of the 5702 years that are now recorded in the archives of Jewish history, many of them, far. far too many, have been spent in "darkness." But. we FQBfcVICTORY BUY had reigned, our Sages point out have always emerged into the man, too, obtains his \ight through darkness. "You do not Njw YEAR OREET.8 ES "TRUDY'S" CUSTOM SPORTSWEAR COPYIST and ALTERATIONS Room No. 2 Phon* 5-4326 Mintt.i Beach, Florida light. We have been conditioned by our experiences to bear this burden,!—to see light through darkness,—better than our nonJewish neighbors throughout the world. Jews do not despair of the future. The Jew knows that his life is symbolized by the Succah:— "Tzilsoh m'rubbah mcichomsoh" —its shade is more than its £31 UNITED STATES WAR %ONDS AND STAMPS ***mw^.v-' ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS TO AIL MY FRIENDS AND TO ALL JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS 1SIDOR GOLDSTEIN •• HAPPY NEW YEAR Second Ave. Stove Co. NEW AND REBUILT GAS AND 201 N. W. Second Avenue PHONE 3-1383 ELECTRIC STOVES It requires all the strength and courage that we can muster from the depths of our traditional fortitude to find one small ray of hope and to steel ourselves to face the unprecedented world tragedy encompassing civUization today. How devastat( ing, heartbreaking, and faithj shattering are the facts brought! to us by the events of the Global War day after day! One simI ply gasps for breath, not know' ing how to meet this challenge to human endurance. What shall our answer as Jews be to this soul-searching challenge? The world is too steeped in blood to take notice of our terrible suffering. It is only mentioned casually now and then. True, 1 we Jews are part of this world 1 and have given a fair account of ( ourselves and have made some notable contributions to its progress and civilization. Still, we are today only a minority, and insignificant and infinitesimal fragment, bleeding and tortured in a bleeding and tortured work! Our answer must be that Ve will rely on our own strength, no matter how feeble, that we will hold fast to our gains, however slight, be firm in our faith, "Our Rock and our Redeemer." Surely, the God of Israel will not permit justice, mercy, and truth to vanish from the earth. Strong leadership in this crisis will help us tide over this cruel epoch in our tragic history. The American Jewish Congress is making an heroic effort to achieve and merit such leadership and is helping to solve some of the innumerable problems confronting us. The Committee on Jewish Affairs through InterFaith by combating Anti-Semitism is an activity of the American Jewish Congress which has achieved a measure of success, compelling respect and understanding. My humble plea to my fellow Jews in our community is to resolve on this New Year to Uphold the hands of our leadership, nationally and locttPyWe dare not do less. 1 May the New Year bring usstrength and courage to carry on 9 SDBEEREST GREETINGS TOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH M. B. G ARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building PHONE 2-49SS ,-..*, tm IE A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Ik. A. I. TOBIN DR. and MRS. BARNEY WEINKLE and FAMILY Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Friends and Matrons A Most Happy New Year SAVOY HOTEL MRS. 6RIGHAM 252 N. W. 2nd St. Ph. 2-8827 May the New Year Bring Vou Abundant Happiness and Prosperity SMITTY'S DAY and NIGHT GARAGE Ph. 26912 225 N. W. 1st Ct. Sincere New Year Greetings to Our Many Jewish Friends FIKTSllttllU OF MIAMI SPRINGS \ i "HAPPY NEW YEAR" TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CLARK 6, LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108 PER WHS ASP FOOD STORES NEW YEAR GREETINGS UNITED KOSHER MARKET 166 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 3-2270 • %  : %  %  i •••-, T: % %  :: MOORE'S FURNITURE N. E. Second Avenue at 40th Street I NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS i^ v&r STORE I



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PAGE THIRTY-TWO vJewist fhridficnn FRIDAY, S EPTEMBER Jewish National Fund Rosh Hashonah Message By ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN. President To our enslaved victims of the Nazi terror, to the heroic martyrs whose spirit not a thousand ghetto walls can destroy, we, their fellow-Jews, send out fraternal greetings for the New Year 5703. To our comrades, the builders and defenders of the Jewish National Home, whose frontiers they are protecting, the Jewish National Fund of America extends its warm, hearty greetings. 5702 was the blackest year in the long history of our suffering people. We have lost myriads of the finest of our manhood in the concentration camps, in the ghettos and on the battlefields. In this war Israel stands as an Moritr M. Drucker and Family of DRUCKER'S ORIGINAL JEWELER 1053 Washington Avenue WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR PHONE 5-3744 aged tree in a storm—battered, I but not broken. The one great hope is the sustaining faith that burns in our hearts that the victory of the United Nations may bring the final emancipation of the Jewish people. In the face of war and devastaN E W YEAR GREETINGS BAY STATE Brick and Cement Coating House Paints Wall Paints Floor Enamel Varnish Brushes BAY STATE PAINT 4 WALLPAPER CO. BAY STATE QUALITY PRODUCTS — Famous for Quality — 2047 North Miami Avenue PHONE 3-0621 MIAMI. FLORIDA IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO. MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY SOUTHERN TWIN-PACK BREAD AND BETTER-MADE CAKE SEYBQLD BAKING COMPANY SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SANITATION IS NECESSARY FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE Rats, Roaches. Ants, Bed-Bugs and Other Dangerous Pests are Positively Destroyed by Our Methods TERMITE CONTROL CHARGES MODERATE ESTIMATES FREE ORKIN 1229 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 3-4848 tion. economic dislocations and threatening invasion, the work for the redemption of the land in the Jewish National Homeland in Palestine has been carried 0:1 with a gun in one hand and a plough in the other. Our pioneers ha0 withstood the storm. They are preparing for the Sixth Aliyah. The night may be dark, but they see the promise of dawn in the vision of a Zion redeemed. It is in this spirit of indestructible faith in our blessed America, in the future of democracy and in a reconstituted Jewish Commonwealth that, as we hear the call of the Shofar, we hear the footsteps of redemption. An end to this suffering must come, and in a new world order the Children of Israel will be free at last. The New Year 5703 bids us. American Israel: Carrv on! We must provide help for the suffering and carry forward the great task of preparing for the Peace. As we redeem the soil of Palestine, we become redeemed. From Eretz Israel comes the message: "Despair not, Zion will be redeemed and Jerusalem rebuilt, and the People of Israel will achieve complete salvation." In this spirit of unshakable faith, we send our greetings lor a Happy New Year. JEWISH INDUCTEES ci ON YOM KIPPUR M SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BISCAYNE TENT & AWNING CO. 245 S. W. 6th Street Phone 3-6248 1141 S. Everglades Concourse MIAMI BEACH Phone 6-2341 GREETINGS MAX'S BARGAIN CORNER 443 N. Miami Avenue INFORMATION WANTED Information is being sought of the present whereabouts of Jack Goodman, who disappeared from his home several years ago, and since then has failed to communicate with or contribute to the support of his wife, Sarah, and son, Bernard, as a result of which the family, living in New York City, are in great need at the present time and in dire need of his financial assistance. Mr. Goodman is presently believed to be in Florida. He is 5 feet 6 inches tall, has black hair, weighs 130 pounds, has black eyes, smooth-shaven. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 Wes* 47th Street, New York City. General Vhrian~Cr.iirector of the Select2T %  for the State offe*** nounced that he ha. fa* 1 • %  instructions to ^ borads. to honor £ %  ££** by Jewish inducts. m>it ferment should ,„!?' on Yom Ki Ppui fctS*.*" boards will ZEIJSM ments only upon ,„! dele 'Jewish indiv&E^ of induction falls on t £ will be granted the MM& of several days' Mt/fft will notify th eirdr^, bjj SEASONS GREETINGS A. H. BRANNON FIRST STATE BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH MR. and MRS. JOSEPH A. BERMAN I Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to My Friends Through the Holy Days of NEW YEAR 308 E. Flaoler St. Phone 2-3718 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS Miami Beer Garden 1242 N. W. 3rd Avenue PHONE 2-88J1 S. A. Fft€€L DISTRIBUTE CI. EXETNDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS 3002 N. E. FIRST COURT—MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM HUGH EMERSON and HIS ORGANIZATION Truck and Passenger Car Tire Headquarters EMERSON TIRE COMPANY U. S. TIRE DISTRIBUTORS 600 N. E. 1st Are. Telephone 3-5308 1185 N. W. 36th St "THROUGH FRIENDS AND SERVICE WE GROW" DR. and MRS. SAUL H. KAPLAN and Dauahter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR *iJNOYD or DAMAGED by INSECTS TERMITES RODENTS Etc? CALL 4-1375 fop Fret Advice and Inspection AA EXTERMINATING Company 2388 W. FUgler Street E. J ouiaroE Manager NIGHT and SUNDAYS CALL 4-3701 Holiday Greetings LET US SURVEY YOUR__ PRESENT POLICIES ALL COVERAGE CHANGE with CONDITIONS • WAR Conditions Will Reflect in Your Policies CHECK UP MAKE PROPER CHANGES NOW! Ackerman Insurance Agency, W& SEYBOLD BUILDING



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K. : 3KS2ii!ata?S.v'i.-' -.'•::. ,:..'.5Es:.: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1942 Jewish Fhridlian PAGE TWENTY-ONE CARRY O N By MAURICE GROSSMAN Executive Director Y. M. H. A. of Greater Miami The entrance of our country into war has brought a multiplicity of problems, one of the most vital of which, in my opinion, is the effect of this war on Center work. While we must realize that under war conditions there can be no business as usual even in the Y. M. H. A. and Jewish CenHAPPY NEW YEAR Second Ave. Stove Co. 201 N. W. Second Avenue PHONE 3-1383 NEW AND REBUILT OAS AND ELECTRIC STOVES MR. and MRS. MORTON FAGAN and daughter SUNSHINE of the PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT 265 N. E. Second Street Extend to All Their Friends and Patrons Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ter fields, yet the basic activities of a Y. M. H. A. and Center in education, recreation, health, camping, guidance and all phases of youth work are still essential in meeting many of the newly created problems of the individual growing out of the present war situation. Our boys and girls still must be trained in the duties of leadership and citizenship. For if we were to neglect that phase of the work, we would be confronted with a problem that Wiehinn To All Jewiah Citiiana A HAPPY NEW YEAR WALKER Casket Company 1433 N. E. MIAMI PLACE faced England at the beginning of the war. Reports from England indicate that because of the withdrawal of volunteers and personnel from the Group Work Agencies, it is now faced with a 50 per cent increase in juvenile delinquency. Leaders in these fields of work are constantly warning America not to make the mistake that England has made. "Carry on your normal activities," they enjoin us. It is a significant fact that in Miami the Y. M. H. A. has met this situation most favorably. While the war has had a definite effect on our program, yet we have tried to capture the present interest in the war situation. When we talk about maintaining a normal program, we really mean the use of the normal technique and procedure to meet the new interests and needs of the membership. Accordingly, w e have inculcated a war spirit in the many phases of our program. Our lecturers speak on war subjects, in our Home Camp the children sing war songs, the dramatics class presents playlets on war topics, the crafts class makes model airplanes and so on. This FLORIDA SUNLAND FOODS PHONE 3-7635 Available at Leading Fruit Shippers THE ORIGINAL PURE PAPAYA SYRUP Under New Ownership and New Management NEW YEAR GREETINGS DR. EUGENE WEISS PODIATRIST CHIROPODIST NEW YEAR GREETINGS A. SALUS & SON. Inc. 116 N. E. 6th Street PHONE 3-0727 shows that our activities relate to the present seen-. At the recent Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting of the National Jewish Welfare Board in New York, Mr. Nathan A. Heller of Boston, one of the outstanding communal leaders in this country, in a discussion on this phase of the work stated that, as he understood the history of our work and our movement, our specific attribute is necessarily that of Jewish survival and the contribution to the peace, contentment and self-development of the individual who happens to be a Jew; that our problem and program, the work we do in our respective communities should be inspired by an unwavering confidence and a militant and defiant courage; that instead of freezing our Center work we should continue to expand it and to project it into every area of Jewish interest. My message to the Greater Miami Jewry is to carry en now more than ever. We have a responsibility toward our posterity. We do not live for today alone, but we must prepare our children for the morrow. We can only do this by patronizing, supporting and cooperating with inIstitutions like the Y. M. H. A., whose aim is to make future leaders of our boys and girls. I close with a remark made by the late Rabbi Edward L. Israel of the Har Sinai Congregation of Boston and former President of the Synagogue Council of America who stated, "The American Jewish Community in the present emergency has a terrific reA HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR UJ Margaret Ann Super Markets MIAMI, FLORIDA TAMPA. FLORIDA To Our Many Friends: NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS OM£taA Re-Opens October 1st KINDERGARTEN HIGH SCHOOL CO-ED BOARDING DAY SCHOOL DEPT. 1010 West Avenue Miami Beach, Florida Telephone 5-0606 TO ALL—A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEAGSETH STATIONERY CO. 72 N. E. 1st Street, Miami PHONES—2-8491 3-4601 1452 Waah. Ave., Miami Beach PHONE 5-0894 TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS WE EXTEND SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK The Bank for the Individual 46 West Flagler Street SAVINGS $1.00 Opens an Account LOANS Safe Deposit Boxes As Low as $3.00 Per Year Telephone 2-0521 DEPOSITS INSURED by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. WASHINGTON. D. C. ft^ftOO FOR EACH DEPOSITOR $5000 5>DVUU MAXIMUM INSURANCE W*VW THE C. Mf. KISTLER COMPANY CONGRESS BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 2-5154 Lowest Monthly Payment in This Area on Home Loans 5% GROSS RATE No Mortgage Insurance Charge HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. HARRY SIRKIN JlWf it qA^at tcjLe a*\ U*u\iC4Uif CALL 3-6601 mmmi LR • • D RV CL6flninG* INSTITUTE i MAINTAINING DRYCLIANI NC STANDARDS _, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S NEW YEAR MESSAGE to the JEWISH PEOPLE OF AMERICA "Upon the occasion of the Jewish New Year, I extend to the Jewish people of America my heartfelt greetings. The tragic turn of events which has temporarily left many peoples of the world suffering under the harsh domination of foreign dictators has stirred America to the depths and has strengthened our resolution that there shall be no compromise in the struggle against hate, intolerance and bigotry." PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. sponsibility not only for its own morale, but for the morale of all American life. And so we must have faith, faith not only in the things for which we stand, but in ourselves." I have confidence that Miami Jewry will meet this challenge. ROUTES AND CONVENIENT STORES EVERYWHERE WISHING ALL OF OUR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALLDRITT ELECTRIC MOTOR CO. AND SUBSIDIARY HURRICANE FAN CO. 237 N. W. SECOND AVE. PHONE 2-6147 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JUDGE RALPH C. POLE Justice of the Peace MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SHAW BROS OIL CO. 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%  "* FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1942 +Jewisti f/crldiajn PAGE FIFTEEN Sholem Lodge B'nai Brith By LOUIS HEIMAN. Vice President Miami. Florida As the old year ends and the neW year begins, the thought that comes to our mind, with reference to the membership of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. is our responsibility as an organization while the world in conflict is ragingWe notice a disposition on the part of many people to forget the home front, and to think only of the war front. Many of them are dropping their interest in local organizations, and ceasing to pay their dues. Some of them say that they do not have any further time or money for local organizations, on account of the purchase of War Bonds and contributing to the war effort. What these sincere but misguided people fail to realize is that many of our organizations have geared their programs, as far as possible, to accomplish as much as possible in the war effort. In the case of Sholem Lodge, we have participated in the Scrap Drive. We are cooperating with the Morale Committee of the Dade County Defense Council. We are rendering our influence toward having our members give accommodations to soldiers and sailors for the High Holy Days. We were recently hosts to the Servicemen at the Servicemen's Center of the Army and Navy Committee on Saturday night, August 29th. All of these matters, and others which it is unnecessary to mention are connected with the war effort. Surely, everyone will agree that these are worth while undertakings. However, if those on the home front continue to be lukewarm and disinterested toward organizations, how can such worthy projects be carried through to completion? Furthermore, in the case of B'nai B'rith, should anyone be so foolish as to say that Hillel and A. Z. A. activities should be abandoned because America is now at war? Should not our efforts be redoubled toward doing everything possible to assist our youth, upon whose shoulders will rest great responsibilities in the not too distant future? As the new year begins, we therefore urge all members of B'nai B'rith, and members of other organizations as well, to continue their interest and efforts on their behalf. When the war is ended with victory to the Allied Nations, we will then be strong enough to continue our worth while programs in peacetime, as we are now doing in wartime. Remembering that our Order stands for benevolence, brotherly love and harmony, we trust that these shall prevail and be uppermost in our minds, and may there soon be Sholem — peace— soon for all mankind. We wish everyone a Happy and Prosperous New Year. A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR MONSALVATGE & DRANE DISTRIBUTORS OF OPTIMO CIGARS TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE SEASON'S GREETINGS SAM GOLDSTEIN AND FAMILY KING'S CLEANERS and SHOE REBUILDERS 1679 Alton Road Miami Bch. Fla. SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR GRAHAM'S DAIRY PHONE 8-2 15 1 MR. AND MRS. WM MECHLOWITZ AND THE NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 424-428 Collins Avenue -Miami Beach WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR WISHING A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY AT MIAMI L A. USINA. President Alfred L duPont Building East FlagWr Street at Second Avenue To Our Many Frlnd n* Ptrom A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SHULL FURNITURE COMPANY At Our New Modern Locatton 1030 S. W. 0th STREET Sincere New Year Greeting* TUTTLE GARAGE GENERAL. REPAIRS & STORAGE FENDER and IJODT WORK OAS and OILS Washing Polishing Greasing 25 S. E. 4th St.. Ph. 3-2*12 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HEW YEAR MR. and MRS. HARRY ZUKERNICK MR. and MRS. BARNEY HANSON AND FAMILY and the HANSON ROOFING COMPANY PIONEER ROOFERS IN THIS AREA 414 S. W. 22nd AVENUE MIAMI PHOHE 4 5860 WISH AI^L A HAPPY HEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. MYRON MILLER and DORIS 1U S. W. 1Mb Street MIAMI. FLORIDA aREKTINOS FOR A MOST JOYOUS HEW YEAR HAND & SEYBOLD INSURANCE AGENCY IHC. 404 Seykold Bltlf Telephone 3-4751 WRITING ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE BETH SHOLOM CENTER T61 41at Street MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9793 S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi 1450 S. W. 17th Terrace. Miami Phone 2-3J73 5703 Services ushering in the New Year 5703 will begin at 7:30 this evening. Mr. Julius Rosenstein will chant the liturgy. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will lead in the English prayers and responses. He will preach on, "The Jew—More Sinned Against Than Sinner." Tomorrow morning the services for the first day Rosh Hashonah will begin at 9 o'clock. Mr. Lewis Green will chant the Schacharis service and will read the Torah. Mr. Julius Rosenstein will chant the Mussoff prayers. Rabbi Machtei will lead in the English portions of the ritual. His sermonsubject will be: "The Book of Records." The evening service for the second day Rosh Hashonoh will be held at 7:30 tomorrow night. Mr. Lewis Green will chant the prayers. On Sunday, the services will begin at 8 a. m. Mr. Green and Mr. Rosenstein will chant. Rabbi Machtei will preach on "Abide You Here." Dr. Max Ellis, acting president of the Center will be in charge of the services of the Junior Congregation, in the upper auditorium of the Center. Rabbi Machtei will preach sermonettes to the junior Congregation on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Sefer Torah and Parocha* The Scroll of the Law and the silver ornaments which President Alfred B. Rosenstein purchased in New York City have arrived and will be in use during the High Holy Day services. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin's gift has also arrived. It is a Parodies, a front-curtain-drape for the ark. Its beauty is breathtaking, white with gold lettering, trimming and braids. The Kiddush cup donated by Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schiff has already been added to the religious ceremonial objects of Beth Sholem Center, and will be used for the Kiddush prayer this evening. May these donors, and others, know the full joy of giving, the blessings of unselfish service and sacrifice, during the year 5703 and the years ahead. May He who justly claims, "The silver is Mine, and Mine is the gold," replenish their supply, to enable them to continue to give. Memorial Liat If you have any names that you want included in the Yizkor service on Yom Kippur, relatives of friends who have "gone to sleep with their forefathers," please obtain a Yizkor or Memorial card from the sexton, or at the Center office. The cards are to be filled out before Yom Kippur and returned to the Center, by mail or in person, prior to the Kol Nidrei service. The Yom TOT Spirit Jewish men of our armed forces will worship with us. To make it a real Yom Tov for them, a homecooked Jewish meal will make them happier than the "chow" furnished by Uncle Sam. Invite one or more men home for a meal. That will be Hochnosos Orchim at its best. It's patriotic. It's Jewish. Season's Greeting* Beth Sholem Center extends its wishes for a Shonoh Tovah to all its members, their families, and Klol YisroeL It assures President Alfred B. Rosenstein and other absent members that, though they must be absent in body, we feel their presence and know that they are with us in spirit. May their prayers be answered, for good, along with the prayers of all Israel on these Holy Days. Amen. The Rumanian Minister of the Interior has announced that by the Fall of 943 Rumania will be completely Judenrein. 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PAGE TWELVE vJenist Moridiairi FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER h Looking Backward and Forward By RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON Temple Emanu-El Fort Lauderdale. Florida What is the meaning of Rosh Hashanah? Literally speaking, this term denotes the beginning of a new year. But there is another Hebrew name—among still others—for this holy day. Yom Hazzikkaron means the Day of Memorial. We stand on the threshold between the past and the future, and we divide our gaze in both directions. As Yom Hazzikkaron it is a day of looking backward, and as Rosh Hashanah it is at the same time meant to be a day of looking forward. Calling to remembrance the achievements as well as the failures of the old year, we turn our thoughts at once to the fond and fervent hopes we cherish for the new year It makes one think of a certain ancient Italian deity called Janus The month of January is named for him. He was the god of beginnings; and he was literally two-faced, one face looking towards the east and the other face towards the west. Like that strange Roman divinity, we are equally inclined to look both backward and forward on our New Year Day of Memorial. In doing so let us throw behind us everything that is evil, unpleasant, and painful, whatever is bad and false and ugly; and let us seek to place before our eyes a vitalizing vision of all that is good and true and beautiful. Tennyson, in words which themselves fairly ring out. has expressed this thought mosi melodiously: "Ring out the old. ring in the new, Ring, happy bells, across the snow; The year is going, let him go; Ring out the false, ring in the true." Hazzikkaron. Here is its refrain: Tichleh shanah v'killelosehah; Tachcl shanah u-virchosehah! These, then, are the timely and tradition-hallowed sentiments which we would do well to harbor in our hearts on this New Year of Memorial. Looking both backward and forward, wo can exclaim: "Perish the old year and all its curses; Welcome the new year with all its blessings!" By JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Rabbi Congregation Shatjray Tefila Miami Beach, Florida Victory! ory wm This same spirit of healthy optimism and courageous hope, so sorely needed among us all in these days and nights of storm and stress, is to be found feelingly expressed in an old Hebrew liturgical poem which is chanted by pious Jews on the eve of Rosh Hashanah. of Yom Patient OFYOURINCOMe should b oeina into U&Mfar Bo nds and temps U. S. Treasury Defarlmtmt LEE PHARMACY 801 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-3S77 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Mac's Auto Service 423 N. w. 1st Avenue PHONE 2-2593 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Free Delivery—Free Gift Wrapping The Moderne Pharmacy PHO.NE 5.1719 P r "e;'Pt'6h. Filled as Prescribed Finest Imported Perfumes Stocked K\ ySXS^S* Lines Represented 5 41st Street, Miami Beach V.KXT WISHES TO oril MANT JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS MILLER'S SUNDRIES 1465 N. W. 3rd Av. Ph. 2-8908 "Tichlo Shono Vekilleloseiho," "May the year with its curses cease" is my prayer for our people. For the old year was indeed u year full of pains, a year full of sorrows, a year full of unheard of calamity, a year full of unprecedented struggle. Each day brought us news I worse than that of the preceding day. We hoped for good but there was no good: we hoped for peace, but instead there came terror. Dark clouds arc hovering in the skies over the democracies. As usual, the Israelites were the first victims of this tragedy. When I say as usual. I refer to the countless times in history when the persecutions of the Jew served as a prelude to other' persecutions and even wars, If' the world had only realized that i Israel's struggles and oppression* j were merely a screen behind which the preparations were I made for this world struggle; if only the democracies had been able to stop the fivers of blood flowing so mercilessly from the innocent peoples of Europe; if— H,*PPY NEW YEAR CHASv S. MEYERS 120 N. E. F\r,f Street Service — Rentals SUPPLIES BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS J. H, HAGOOD CO. 3801 N. E. fre) Ae. Ph. 7.228* To Our Many Jewish Friends a"nd Customers:—May the New Y*r Bring You Joy, Happiness and" Prosperity REES MARSHALL CORAL GABLES INSURANCE CO. PHONE 4-0123 2201 PCnoe de Leon Blvd. but now is not the time h. i ful thinking. Let bygoLbeT goncs and let US face thc ft> with steadfastness andi or ^ In Gematriah. the p^ 5702 may be written "Hishj? is" which means "to cease t the end of the year 5702 ta g*£ a n end l0 this -3 "V-Tocheil Shono UbircW lho, and "May the New v. 5703 begin with its blessin? May it bring relief to the sufferers; May it bring safety to M fleets in the turbulent oceans and seas; May it bring courage to our flyers, Strength to w soldiers, success and victory to our country and its allies May this New Year restore justice to the world and may the words "For out of Zion shall go forth the Law and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem" be once more a reality and not a hope Amen. Have yoU bought your Defense Bonds ytiil COMPLIMENTS LaFrance Cleaners & Dyers 2+4 N. W. 35th Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS WM. B. LaBAW ACCOUNTANT Commercial Arcade NEW YEAR GREETINGS To My Many Jewish Friends and Patrons H. C. Wilcox Garage Ph. 3-91M 2901 N. W. 2nd Avi TO ALL—A HAPPY NEW YEAR BLANCHE'S SUNDRIES "It is our pleasure to serve yn,." '428 N. W. 62nd St. Ph 7 9l29 T Rrwii k ;,V.' f Tl,at ,: '"x s A L ,. PALM CREAM And Distributor! i>f ROYAL PALM MI iv %  TRlVsKIMS' ROYAL PALM CREAMERY P H O ln NE POr 3 ,, e ) S 5 To Our Friends and All Jewry A HAPPY reew YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss and Family SINCERE NEW YEAR ... GREETINGS We Appreciate Your Patronage MERCHANTS EGG CO. SEASONS GREETfNOS TARADASH PROPERTIES, INC. ...j} 21 Lincoln Road MMMJ BEACH. FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE BLUE DERBY On the Trail at 7th Avenue 701 S. W. 2nd Avenue PHONES—2-9315. -3-9383 Dining Room. Counter an* Curb Service FULL COURSE DINNER. 66c BLUE PLATE. 35c NEW YEAR GRftTlNQS ABBOTT ELECTRIC RESIDENTIAL, INDUSTtflALMARINE STORES Wiring, Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONES: 3-6294—7-3082 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Courtesy Service Comfort Park View Apartments N. Zucktrwan. Manager 241 N. w. 3rd S*., Miami. Fla. Bed Room efficiency PHONE £9605 V BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. b, F. BLOO£*WORTH .-_ .. Management 125-135 N. E. 13th St Ph. 3-5010 NEW YEAR GREETINGS 13 Years Same Location and AUTO COLLISION WORKS, INC. • CHAS. WINKELMAN, Mgr. NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. t1IN, W. 27th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA 8Halperin p hone 3 <6M NEW YEAR GREETINGS PICCIOLO SteX! 'chop". R J, 1 'r. I ,nntr vio?/. IV.gheftV%  •• T A*r? Y ., MANY FR| ENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES W. H. PEACE BUILDING INSPECTOR Extends Best Wishe. for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR NEW Y6AR GREETINGS MR. and MRS. JOSEPH R. STEIN AND FAMILY Diamonds Jewelry Luggage Neveltin PROVIDENT JEWELRY & LUGGAGE CO, 39 N. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 2-3268 ^ W* TAKE PLEXTOR m WISHING FOR AI& IBWHY A MSST HAPPY Am PROSPEROUS NEW YEAlt JjJ National Brands, Inc SAM BUCfirat %  %  %  -'"'"i —



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KATI-AN. Ph.D. Rabbi Emeritus MM Indian Creek Drives-1265 Miami Beach RAUBI COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN "•400 LaUorce Drive, Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 *Jewist rtcridiam PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, snd. needless to say, each matter will be held In strict confidence. High Holy Day Services 5703—1942 Rosh Hashono evening, Friday September 11, 8:15 p. m.. Rabbi Zwitman will speak on the subject: "The Spiritual Challenge of This Hour." New Year's Day Saturday morning, September 12. 10 a. m., Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "Sacrifice—A Keynote lor the New Year." Reception Saturday afternoon, September 12. a New Year's reception will be held at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. C. A. Zwitman, 5400 LaGorce Drive (one block west of Pinetree Drive), Miami Beach. Reception from 3 to 5 p. m. Religious School Classes The Religious School will inaugurate its year by a children"s service to be held at the temple on Monday, September 21. at 1 p. m. This service will be conducted by pupils of the Religious School, whose names will appear in next week's bulletin. Registration of new pupils and the first regular class sessions of the Sunday School will be held on Sunday, October 4, at 10 a. m. Parents of children in the Religious School are urged to exert special efforts in helpA HAPPY NEW YEAR KIRKHAM JEWELRY & OPTICAL COMPANY SHORELAND ARCADE PHONE 2-4647 NEW YEAR GREETINGS HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS 60 N. E. 39th St. Ph. 7-6398 ORIENTALS OUR SPECIALTY Mothproofing and Repairing Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. H. R. MECHLOWITZ AND SON BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIM with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE CAPT. JAMES E SCOTT ing solve transportation problems by bringing along other Religious School pupils who live in their neighborhood, and by mak. ing arrangements with neighbors to alternate in bringing groups, of children to the temple. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send j 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; Eugenia Wolff Bloom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wolff and sister of Mr. Henry F. Wolff. Yahrzeits: Maurice L. Pastroff, husband of Mrs. Anne Pastroff. Kate Yubas. mother of Mrs. I. Wolkowsky. BETH SHOLOM HOLIDAY NOTES A Safer Torah was donated to the Beth Sholom Center. Miami Beach, by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perell of Detroit and Miami Beach. The Safer will be used for the Holidays. Mr. Bernard Ordover will chant the "Pesuka Dezimra" during the New Year services. Benjamin Appel and Jacob Cohn were appointed to serve as Gaboim. Registration for Sunday School and Talmud Torah will take place Sunday, September 20, 10-12 a. m. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. A HAPPY NEW YEAR WALSH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCIENCE Telephones: 3-8404—3-8405 Professional Bldg., Miami. Fla. Tel.: 5-1444—1213 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Fla. 808 E. Las Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Accredited By AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCIAL COLLEGES A HAPPY NEW YEAR FRIGIDAIRE Kirby-Tuttle Co., Inc. Refrigerators, Ranges, Water Heaters. Commercial Water Coolers AIR CONDITIONING 15 W. Flagler St. Ph. 3-7614 MIAMI, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS MAX THURSTON and FAMILY and ASSOCIATES ACME TRANSFER & BAGGAGE CO. SINCLAIR Gas and Oils 62S Fifth Street PHONE 5-3773 A HAPPY NEW YEAR arthur berel, inc 66-68 E. Flagler Street MIAMI SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR S. H. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE East Flagler Street MIAMI, FLORIDA MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. MIAMI, FLORIDA 590 S. W. 17th Avenue SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8 :30 a. m. Mincha 7:30 p. m. Maariv 8 :00 p. m. Saturday 9:00 a. m. Holy Day Services High Holiday services will start Friday evening at 7 p. m. and Saturday and Sunday mornings at 8 a. m. Louis Jacobskind will chant the Shachris services and Cantor A. Weinstein, the Musaph services. Every preparation for the comfort of the worshipers has been provided for, Max Rifas, president, announced. Our Sympathies The sincere sympathies of our entire congregation go out in mournful feeling to our president, Max Rifas. and Mrs. Rifas and to the entire family upon the loss of the beloved and bewailed husband, son and brother, Louis Rifas, who passed away this weeK. General Meeting A general meeting of the membership will take place Tuesday evening at the congregation on September 22nd. The purpose of this meeting will be specifically to amend the charter. Only paid-up members will participate and those whose dues are in arrears are asked to make necessary arrangements immediately to make them eligible. KEY WEST NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Edelman and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shifrin announce the marriage of their children, Jean Edelman to Dr. Aaron H. Shifrin, Sunday, September 6, at Congregation B'nai Zion Synagogue. A reception and dinner at the Lions Club on Seminary Street followed the ceremony performed by Rabbi Lasarus Lehrer. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. NEW YEAR GREETINGS ACE WINDOW CLEANERS 2017 N. W. 51st Street PHONE 7-3544 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushner and Family : %  • %  iP 1 Season's Greetinqs from .. % %  5 O'CLOCK CLUB NEW YEAR GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST CONGRESS BUILDING STREET FLOOR PHONE 2-5254 I take pleasure at this time in wishing all my friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR AMOS BENJAMIN We Wish to Extend NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Friends GUARANTY TITLE 6. ABSTRACT CORP. O. M. BAYAN. President 50 West Flagler Street We Extend Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR to Our Many Jewish Customers All Work Done on Premises No Agencies—Expert Tailors Suits, Dresses, Blankets, Rugs, Drapes Cleaned WE DELIVER C ORAL WAY LEANERS, INC. ESTABLISHED 1926 225 Coral Way Coral Gables PHONE 4-1345 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. HARRY TOREM FURNITURE STUDIOS 839 West Flagler Street Phone 3-3024 NEW YEAR GREETINGS WALTER A. FREDERICK'S MARKET 680 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-2377 HAPPY NEW YEAR E. T. HARPER BONDSMAN CIVIC BUILDING MR. AND MRS. SAM SEITLIN AND DAUGHTER BARBARA RUTH Extend Best Wishes to Their Friends and Relatives for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. HAROLD RAND Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS Made From Fresh Oranges A Happy New Year WE HOPE AND PRAY THAT THIS NEW YEAR WILL SEE THE END OF ALL DICTATORS WILL BRING COMPLETE VICTORY WILL INSURE TRUE DEMOCRACY MARKOWITZ&RESNICK 1215 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-3351 Miami. Florida I



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PAGE TWENTY *Jewist flcridiftri FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER U Out Of This Dark Hour By RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN Temple Israel. Miami, Florida In an address which may be designated as the last will and testament of the late Stefan Zweig. wherein there were evident prophetic and despairing overtones of his tragic death, there is a hopeful gleam which may serve as an arrow pointing to the direction toward which we must tend. Said Mr. Zweig: "We are living through the darkest hour that our people, or any other people, have ever had to face. Only a miracle can help us live through it, but miracles [ do not happen as they did in bib: lical days. We must create one. And perhaps out of this dark hour something wonderful and unique will emerge — we Jews will have become united. We will Stand up for each other, we will! put aside the differences which have been cleaving our ranks, we will recognize our common fate, our common danger and' common hopeful future." The author hopes that out of this dark hour some blessing be wrested for his people. Echoes of an heroic past! For was it not our ancestor Jacob who, after wrestling with an angel during a night of crisis, insisted upon a blessing as a result of his struggle, even though physically he was to come forth bruised and marked from his night of trial? Do we not also pray and hope that out of the present chaos and destruction, we may salvage the blessing of experience, and become welded together through the heat of conflict, and to rid man of the chains of hatred and slavery? Our goal and vision of a better day is clear to us. It is enunciated not only by the prophets and seers of our tradition, but also by the leaders of our day. Roosevelt, Wallace, Welles, and Hull in their recent utterances hold forth the beacon of the blessing. It is incumbent upon us, however, to take the preliminary steps which shall translate that goal into reality. GREETINGS W/ALTERSON BODY WORKS Inc. 1135 N. Miami Ave. "Skilled Craftsmen Through the Yean" Sincere New Year Greeting* LEONARD T. WILSON WILSON ROOFING CO. 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE Any Kind or Type Roofing Applied or Repaired 1690 Alton Road Phone 5-3063 We Miamians have many opportunities of servicing the servicemen in our midst, of strengthening our welfare agencies, and of assuring Israel's future through affiliation with Houses of Worship. Perhaps the efforts of one individual make only a small drop in the vast sea of humanity. Yet the services of an individual coupled with those of others, motivated by similar ideas, create a wave whereby humanity slowly but surely moves forward. On the New Year we must realize that at no time in the history of Israel has there ever been gathered under the aegis of democratic governments, such a vast concourse of the people of Israel as there are in the 5,000,000 Jews living in the Americas. "The mantle of leadership" has fallen upon the shoulders of American Israel, and it is important that we wear this spirit-1 ual mantle with dignity, deservtag of Israel's past, so that on the i approaching morrow, when vie-1 tory and peace become the asj sured possession of the United > WELFARE WISHES By SADYE G. ROSE Executive Secretary Jewish Welfare Bureau Miami. Florida It is my privilege as executive secretary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau on behalf of its board of directors, trustees of the Baron do Hirsch Loan Fund and staff to extend New Year's greetings to the Jewish community of Greater Miami. As an affiliate member of the Dade County Community Chest we have been able to serve those in the community and the stranger within our gates who have required our assistance to help meet their problems. Nations, we may have the blessing and treasure of our faith triumphant in a day when the families of man shall dwell in safety "and none shall make them afraid." We hope and pray for p, prosperity and health, but the Bible says the poor will always be with us; therefore, we stand prepared to extend a helpim, hand to those who, through adversity, sickness or other misfor". tunes, will be in need of financial relief, advice, rehabilitation m social service. —Buy War Bonds TodayNEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends and Customers FLORIDA GLASS Manufacturing Co. 17 N. E. 29th Street Ph. 3-lie GREETINGS On The New Year TJ Try Our Famous Sour Cream, Cottage Cheese and other Grade "A" Dairy Products in standard glass bottles or the new Pure-Pak Single Service Container.



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942 %  .kn>isti MDridfi'ft/7 PAGE THREE Mrs. T. MEYERS of the The exterior view of the Palmer Funeral Chapel shown above and located at 2008 W. Flagler Street. Miami, enables the beautifully landscaped grounds surrounding the establishment to be appreciated when seen in its entirety. A 24-hour ambulance s -rvice is maintained by the chapel, whose building was converted into a modern, serviceable funeral home last May when it was opened and dedicated. L HOI Ai CHAPEL room which offers privacy. A' private fraternal room for or-1 ganizational rites and activities, and also used by the Chevra Kadisha committee, has been set aside for this distinct purpose. A modernly equipped preparational room and special washrooms are at the rear of the building. On the second floor are living I quarters for the staff of cmbalmers, ambulance drivers and caretakers. Six large display, rooms showing a variety of caskets are on the second floor. Ambulance service is maintained on a 24-hour schedule. proudly announces the association of Mr. Sidney H. Palmer as vice president and manager of sales. The new policy will follow strictly the old established rule for FAIR DEALING, HONFST PRICES, and UTMOST IN SATISFACTION. To Our Friends—Customers and All Jewry, we say:— HAPPY NEW YEAR! NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION — A MOST BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME — 50 FEET EAST OF OUR PRESENT LOCATION. EDWARD T. NEWMAN Apprentice Embalrner, Palmer Funeral Chapel Mr. Newman has just returned from the North, where he spent much time in New York and adjacent areas acquiring a comprehensive knowledge of the latest methods of embalming. He will put into practice many of these new advancements here. "The reception given to the Palmer Funeral Chapel, since it opined its doors last May to serve exclusively the Jewish public of Greater Miami, has been most gratifying," Mr. Sidj ney H. Palmer, president and! manager, stated. '"It is not only the large number of funerals we \ wire chosen to direct and take care of, but the general attitude that has met the opening of our new chapel. We find that the [ residents of this area are satis-1 fied and grateful that an institution as the Palmer Funeral Chapel is here, ready and waiting to serve them, should they need these services. "On the occasion of Rosh Hashhonah, I take this opportunity to greet all Jewry through this medium," Mr. Palmer said, "and I wish my many wellwishers only that that they wish themselves. We all hope that the coming year will bring victory into our midst." Located at 2008 West Flagler Street, Miami, in the site of a former funeral home, the property was purchased, permanently converted and improved for the special needs of the Palmer Funeral Chapel and those who will serve it Completely refurnished, the home features the innovation of the most modern facilities, nany new to this area. A permanent chapel highlights the new edifice. Indirect lighting casting serves as illumination. A special carpeted pulpit with altar bank for the officiating rabbi and cantor grace the front of the chapel placed in the midst of a velvet draped background, electrically ornamented. Comfortable upholstered chairs amply spaced serve the seating needs. Adjoining a large reception room is the family and reposing PALMER NOW HEADS SALES WITH MONUMENT COMPANY The Miami Monument Cothrough its president, Mrs. T. Myers, has announced the association of Mr. Sidney H. Palmer with the company. Mr. Palmer, president of the Palmer Funeral Chapel, will serve, in his connection with the monument company, as vice-president and manager of sales. Mrs. Myers, in making the announcement, stated the policy of the Miami Monument Co. will follow strictly their old established rule for fair dealing, honest prices and utmost in satisfaction. She also announced the construction of a new home especially erected for the monument company about 50 feet east of the Present location on S. W. Eighth Street. The Assembly Building in Belfast, headquarters of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, has been made available to Jewish soldiers serving with the U. S. forces. Sidney H. Pdlmer proudly announces PAL SIDNEY H. PALMER President and Manager FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL 2008 W. Flagler St. Telephone 9-2664 OUR MOTTO: "A FRIEND IN NEED" A True Friend is distinguished in a crisis ... a hazard and necessity, when the gallantry of his aid may show the worth of his soul, and the loyalty of his heart. Palmer Funeral Home and Chapel is a deserving tribute to Miami's Jewry. A most modern institution dedicated to a finer more efficient and personal service While elegant in setting and furnishings, the chapel beams with warmth and refinement. The reposing rooms and the family room add distinguished charm and offer the utmost in comfort and privacy. A fraternal room dedicated exclusively to participating members of lodges and organizations—houses also a library and provides the necessary quarters for such functions. The preparation room presents the last word in sanitation and reverence. The latest possible equipment having been installed. Six spacious parlors provide casket show rooms, where a large selection of strictly Orthodox and Reform caskets are displayed. NO SERVICE TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL PRICED INTELLIGENTLY TO MEET EXISTING CIRCUMSTANCES ... NO SERVICE WILL EVER BE REFUSED BECAUSE OF FINANCES. a most elaborate ReWhile Orthodox rites and rituals are strictly observed form chapel is available for those who wish The entire Palmer perJTfc*fc*fc sonnel as well as Mr. liJW^ Palmer personally wish A most Happy and Prosperous you New Year "CADrlLAC" A Fleet ol •luxurious Ambulances at your disposal When in need for Instant Service— PhONE 9 2664 PflLdlffi fUnERflL CHAPEL 2008 WEST FLAGLER ST. PHONE 9-2 664 '(



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR fjewisti FhridlirJin FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER \\ Rosh Hashona Greetings To The Community By MORRIS KLASS Executive Director Greater Miami Jewish Federation In keeping with the spirit and traditions of the High Holy days, I wish to take this occasion on the eve of the New Year to extend greetings and good wishes on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to the Jewish citizens of our community. Jews, the world over, in 5702 have experienced a year of tragedy and sorrow. The Jew has been singled out by the Nazi for special brutal, ruthless, and inhuman treatment. Our people have I been the first and the greatest victim* of this world conflagraj tion. The soil of Europe is soaked crimson with the blood of oun people. The remnants that are left face starvation, disease, and total extermination. In Palestine the valiant and : noble Yishuv have diverted peace-time efforts of rebuilding our Homeland to war work for the Democratic powers in the fight against Hitlerism. Their boys have fought under every color but their own, on every soil but the soil of their Homeland. It is only recently that recognition has been given to the Palestine effort, and a slight concession made by England in creating a Palestine battalion for Jewish and Arab soldiers. American Jewry is the only Jewry of the world which today can still meet its own problems and at the same time can help in some measure to alleviate the suffering of our people elsewhere. American Jewry in the year ahead must have the courage of the lion and the strength of the eagle to carry the burden of our nation at home and of our people abroad. This double burden will not seem too heavy New Year Greetings to All MR. AND MRS. ISADORE TENDRICH JACK AND HOWARD 3606 Grand Avenue COCONUT GROVE. FLA. A HAPPY NEW YEAR I. D.PADORR and hi -tone COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 736 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-5822 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlman and Family and JOE'S BROADWAY DELICATESSEN 1425 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH MAY 5703 BRING HEALTH and PROSPERITY BUTLER'S Shoe Stores MIAMI MIAMI BEACH TAMPA ORLANDO JACKSONVILLE LAKELAND WEST PALM BEACH To Our Many Jewish Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR PHONE 4-3114 For Raw and Pasteurized Products W. H. THOMAS DAIRY 901 S. W. 65th Avenue ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SOUTH FLORIDA INCORPORATED 300 South Miami Avenue Phones 2-2262—2-3512 ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons D INC. 300 S. Miami Avenue PHONES 2-2262—2-3512 for those who are loyal Jews and loyal citizens, but it will be a real test of courage and of the willingness to sacrifice. In these days of war and world crisis with the civilization of centuries in the balance, it is significant that we in Miami can report progress in carrying on of the important functions of Jew-, ish community life. The main-, tenance and strengthening of local, national and overseas welfare services is an important part of our program of war. These are some of the values we are fight-, ing for and Federation is proud | to have offered its services in i this fight. Federation, through its Board, officers and members has experienced an active year in developing a community program of welfare work. During the past year its influence has spread materially. The success that has been attained by Federation is due to the efforts of the officers, Board and the members of the Executive Committee. This community can well be proud of its leaders, especially of its President and Chairman of the Board of Directors. To all of the agencies and individuals who have worked with Federation this year, and to every contributor I offer our thanks and appreciation. We trust that the year ahead will offer ample returns for the sacrifices we will be called upon to make and that victory will be ours before a new year dawns. NEW YEAR GREETINGS EAT ABITE SANDWICH SHOP 1145 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-8361 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. JACK HIRSCH AND SON S EL I G Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons WHITE BELT DAIRY N. W. 32nd Ave. Ph. 7-2411 BEST WISHES HAPPY NEW YEAR STANLEY'S JEWELERS 240 5th Street PHONE 5-2236 MIAMI BEACH To All—We Eitenii SEASONS GREETINGS THE CODY CO —^ S aTi A on U RA o,% ho r^ E5 PHONE 2.7381 ^* To Our Patrons and FHM, SEASON'S GREETINGS Batista Bar & Grill 1201 N. E. 1st Ave. p hMM ADELMAN'S PIPE & STEEL CO. AND MR. AND MRS. NATHAN ADELMAN AND FAMILY EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY IN GENERAL AND RELATIVES IN PARTICULAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR —Buy War Bonds TodayGEORGE LANGER Owner THE SUNGAS Not Incorporated 1100 West Flaqler Street Phones: 2-3811—2-3833 Extends to All His Jewish Friends and Patrons the Wish for A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BUY WAR SAVINGS BONDS AND STAMPS RICHARDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Avenue at First Street Phone 2-6161 raioNH KfOODM 1429 WASH. AVE. Extends to all Jewry Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI BEACH A market second to none in the entire South. Where every regard for Health, Quality and Service is paramount to monetary consideration. Equipped with the most modern fixtures in each and every department. Stocked with only the finest in quality merchandise. Manned by employees trained in courtesy and service and definitely instructe to provide the customer with what is wanted. A FREE delivery service second to none. PHONE 5-3418



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SfcgaSKfflgSsP. i: ^S!ppK^^^3asf STBiSn? !" T^ivfcT^-%  FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1942 vJewisti Fk>redlii^ti PAGE SEVENTEEN WHAT DOES MATTER? By RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Congregation Beth Jacob Miami Beach No matter how the affairs of w ar will develop this month the prayers we shall utter up to the Omnipotent these High Holy Days will be exactly the same as every year. Neither defeat nor triumph will affect our liturgy. Perhaps you may think that this emphasizes the formalism of our religion. Far from it. Our religion is so deep, so rich in human experience and divine direction, that within its scope are included not alone the vicissitudes of millenia that have passed, but every phase of the uncharted vistas that lie ahead. In former generations the victories of war were measured in acreage of annexation, and in fields of burial ground. In this generation war is defined as "fluid," and victories are measured in terms of self-sufficiency, adequacy of resources, spheres of commercial influence. Nazis call it "Lebensraum." Our religion recognizes neither standard. Victory is to be measured in the development of humanity, and the strength of faith in God. Former wars created the basic reasons for new wars and more bloodshed. The present war creates an unprecedented de-population, and destruction of our standard of living and economic structure. If it is not to lay down the foundations for new wars, it must establish a different victory. We pray at the turning of the year, for the welfare of our presHAROLD PONT AND IRVIN GORDON OF THE 4 .. ROSED ALE .. DELICATESSEN and Restaurant 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET MIAMI EXTEND TO ALL THEIR PATRONS AND FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ident and of our country; for the safety of our armed forces; for the subduing of our enemies. But we pray for much more. Brotherly love, a desire that men work in unison for the promotion of the four freedoms and peace; these are our plea. Through these alone can a new world be created. This is the changeless call of our religion. So it is that our faith remains unchanging in a changing world. Not that it requires change. We require constant realignment to come into closer harmony with its postulates. It is we who stand in need of betterment. "We do not sustain the ark of the Torah; it sustains us," say our Rabbis. Through greater faith and devotion to our tradition we can find sustenance, strength and promise. This year let us devote ourselves more earnestly to the precepts of our religion. In our community much is in need of our change of heart. The unification and extension of our Talmud Torah activities require a serious parenthood. The observance of the Sabbath needs propaganda, preaching, teaching and practicing. Eyes need opening to the profound laws of Jewish family purity — unknown, forgotten or wilfully neglected. All this, aside from our philanthropic obligations to oppressed Jewry the world over, and to our hospitality toward our servicemen. As we enter upon a new year, let religion remind us of the things that do matter. With renewed faith in our beliefs and loyalty to its tenets may we learn to create a new world. On behalf of myself and my family, and in the name of the Beth Jacob Congregation, and its affiliated organizations, I wish one and all a Happy New Year. To Our Friends and Customers A MOST JOYOUS NEW YEAR WHITTENBURG AUTO TRIMMERS SUPPLIES Your Patronage Appreciated Artificial Leather—Seat Covers Upholstering N. A. WHITTENBURG 1246 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 28024 SEASON'S GREETINGS (< >) Ml in tde Bay BITTER BLUE KOMPOST The Protective Fertilizer For Cold Weather and Bitter Blue Grass iPjoiladt PRODUCTS. Inc. 337 S. W. 15th Road Miami. 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PAGE FOURTEEN fJewist flcrldiciri FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER U MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER MIS Euclid Avenu* Miami Beach DR. SAMUKL. BENSIO.t. RabM ISM Jrff*rnon Avenu* Itione 5-4781 or S-47M Miami Beach Schedule of Serricet Daily at 8 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Kabbalos Shabbos. Friday at 7 p. m.; Saturday at 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Sunday at 8:30 a. m., and Military at 9 a. m. Rosh Hashona Service* Dr. Samuel Bcnsion will conduct the services and deliver all the sermons. Friday. Sept. 11th at 7 p. m., sermon topic. "Vision and Hallucination." Saturday. Sept. 12th at 8 a. m.. sermon at 10 a. m. on the subject of "Megalomania and Self Effacement." Sunday at 8 a. m. Sermon at 10 a. m. on the subject of "The Phenix.'" The blowing of the Shofar will take place on Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Men in Uniform All service men are cordially invited to attend our services as the distinguished and welcome guests of the Center. Two hund**, red choice seats have been ieserved for the soldiers and arrangements have been made for overflow services in the event of larger numbers attending. Yixkor—Memorial Services Yizkor — Memorial services — will take place at the Center on Yom Kippur on Monday. Sept. 21st at 10:30 a. m. All those desiring the mention of departed relatives and the offering up of the "El Molay Prayer" must make arrangements at the Center office immediately. No names will be accepted at the Yizkor services themselves. Congratulations We extend our sincerost congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nelson whose son. Donald, became Bar Mitzva at the Center Synagogue. Donald is a pupil of our Hebrew School and made a splendid impression. Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. of good fortune at the commencement of the New Year, and for many years to come. Sisterhood A meeting of the Sisterhood board was held at the Center last Wednesday night. Mrs. Ben Marbach presided. Dr. Bension addressed the meeting and outlined a plan of activities for the coming year. The first event of the sepson will be a Biblical bazaar, which will take place directly after the Succoth festival. Plans have also been formulated lor a series of lectures and concerts with outstanding artists and lecturers as part of the Sisterhood cultural program. The Sisterhood adopted as its project fo: the year the completion and fursigning of the Sociu. Hall at a cc--: of $2,000. Service Men Lntertainments Under the auspices of the Sisterhood and Red Cross Volunteer Unit entertainments and dances L'SHONO TOVO TIKO-SA-VOO B T RABBI L. LEHRER Congregation B'nai Zion Key West, Florida to the parents and the Bar Mitzva and refreshments Girls and WOA son has been born to Mr.: men are requested to com i and and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Sexton I t as dancing partners and leof the Center, just at the Slichot j freshment hostesses, services on Saturday, Sept. 5th at midnight. May he be a harbinger I am extending New Year's greetings to you, my friends, the i desired progress in the direction I of those ideals toward which we are working. May our spiritual progress keep pace with the material strides we are making. Let us, during the coming j year, concern ourselves witht all that is worthy and noble in life. May the coming year witness a greater solidarity of Jewish Fellowship in our midst, and the cultivation of those virtues that were for so long the distinctive mark of every Torah-true Jew. L'shono tovo tiko-ray-voo. May the New Year h, ~ you and yours new oomS^ to for happiness and Jgg*** our institutions for worfh, "* knowledge grow an d ** And the spirit of |L*2* purity and spiritual couraJ^' meate your home. $£}* KEEP "EM FLYING-By h ,„ ing Defense Bta ngjgjg CONGREGATION SHAARAY TEFIU 440 Espanola Way Miami Beach New Year services are schM uledI for Friday, Sept. ntj, ,* m.. Sat.. Sept. 12th, 8 a. m n V p m; Sun., Sept. 13th 8 a.^ an n 6 „P'? %  Rabbi ^kovsS will officiate at the services and preach on "Who Should Follow Whom?' on the first day and or, the subject. "The Call of Shofar at the second day s services TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR WILLIAM "BILL" BURBRIDGE YOUR COUNCILMAN MIAMI BEACH F LORIDA IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A TRULY HAPPY NEW YEAR NATHAN MAYO Commissioner of Agriculture STATE OF FLORIDA A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR PHONE 2-4033 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 113 Shoreland Arcade MIAMI, FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE, Inc. "TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Arenue Miami, Florida PHONE 3-4011 MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN AND SURA LEE EXTEND TO THE Executive Committee and Cooperative Council of the Florida Regional Office or THE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF B'NAI B'RITH AND TO FLORIDA JEWRY Sincere WUhee far Their Happineee Throughout the Y HEARTIEST WISHES TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR PAT WHITAKER TAMPA. FLORIDA MR. and MRS. I. L. MINTZER AND FAMILY WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES • • SEASON'S BEST WISHES JENSEN'S LIQUOR STORES 1601 S. W. Eirhth St. 1723 S. W. Eifhth St. 2700 S. W. Eighth St. 2698 W. Flakier St. 2700 Coral Way PHONE : I t %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. LOUIS E. PALLOT AND FAMILY AND THE NORTON TIRE CO. INC 500 WEST FLAGLER. CORNER 5th AVENUE PHONE 3-4639 NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS .... 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