& Jewish Flaridliiai m
VOLUME 15No, 38
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
JJ. B. REGIONAL
READ LAUDS WORK
I LOCAL PEOPLE
Nathaniel Nason, Regional Sup-
crvisor of Jewish Welfare Board
activities in the Fourth Service
C immand, comprising the seven
southern states, was a recent vis-
M the greater Miami area.
ure of work throughout the
region Mr. Nason said, prevented
him from staying longer, as he
would have preferred, and per-
sonally extending his appreciation
to the many individuals who have
been making contributions to the
Army and Navy program.
However, his general impress-
and comments reflect credit
on the newly organized Greater
Miami Army and Navy Commit-
and the Jewish community
, Greater Miami. Said Mr. Na-
after completing his survey
i the local work:
"Greater Miami is to be con-
gratulated for the speed and ef-
liciency with which it responded
to the soldier situation brought
about on such short notice. The
usual troop concentration near a
community is made with some
preliminary construction and
gradual assignment of soldiers.
In the case of Miami Beach, a
large force was suddenly preci-
! i ati d on the community
through the use of existing hotel
.Moreover, Greater Miami has
a problem rarely met by
having these troops stationed in
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
AHappt) lieu* Heap
10 GRAND JURY
laT MEETING OF
The hoard of directors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion held its first meeting of the
new year on Wc dnesday i vening,
Sept< mber 9. Over 50 old and
new members were present and
participated in the discussion of
the problems which were pre-
sented lor the deliberation of
Elections were held for mem-
oi the i xecutive committee
and budget committee for 1943.
The following were S< lected
for membership on the budget
committee: George Chertkof, Dr.
'"rank Coret, Mrs. Max Dobrin,
i ig Franki-1. Maurice G Fur-
man, Sam Luby, Mrs. Benjamin
.\1, yi re, Harry Hose. Monte Selig.
i. S. Shapoff, Harry Sirkin. Jo-
si ill It. Stein.
The executive committee of
Fed-ration consists of th( follow-
ng officers: Benjamin E. Brons-
ton. Stanley C. Myers. Monte-
fiore Selig, Jack Sher. Sam Blank.
Mitchell Wolfson, Dr. Frank Co-
ret, Morton Kussack. Joseph M.
In addition, 13 members were
lected to serve on the executive
committee. They are: Leo Ack-
i rman, Rudy R. Adler. Irving
Frankel, George Goldberg. Louis
rleiman, M. J. Kopelowitz, Isaac
Levin, J. Gerald Lewis. Harry
Markowitz, Mrs. Mathilda Rat-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
A special grand jury meets next
Monday as a 24-hour watch is
kept in county jail over Vincent
Christy, 36, who purportedly has
admitted the Leopold-Morin slay-
ings July 17.
The jury is expected to get
Christy's case next Wednesday
or Thursday and to bring four
murder indictments against the
So far, investigators have been
unable to learn anything more
about the details of the quadruple
killing or of Christy's reputed
motive than the suspect himself
Arrested a week ago in Jack-
sonville for a hold-up there, the
Miami killings were pinned on
Christy when two guns found on
him were identified as the same-
two used in the slayings here.
Saturday night Christy report-
edly told State Attorney G. A.
Worley, Sheriff D. C. Coleman
and Police Chief H. Leslie Quigg
that he came to Miami searching
for Irving Leopold to kill him be-
cause he "wanted revenge." What
wrong, actual or fancied, the
Miami kosher market operator
bad done him. Christy declined
to say. This motive is emphatic-
ally denied and disputed by
lonner intimates and associates
of Leopold. It is also doubted
by law enforcement authorities.
Deputies regard Christy as
thoroughly desperate, and believe
him capable of taking any chance
to escape or of trying to take his
own life if given an opportun-
Christy already has indicated
he would plead guilty and that he
is ready to go to Florida's elec-
tric chair at Raiford prison.
PROMINENT COMMUNAL AND CIVIC LEADER
HEARTILY ENDORSES PROGRAM OF Y. M. H. A.
By SAM BLANK
Vice-President Greater Miami
For a long time I have been
keenly interested in the Young
Men's Hebrew Association and
have had occasion to observe the
program of that institution.
Yet I did not fully realize all
of the splendid aspects of the
program until this summer, when
I visited the Home Camp. This,
undoubtedly, is one of the fin- 1
est projects that the "Y" has ev- I
er undertaken. The camp not I
only provides for the needs of \
children whose parents can well
afford to pay for the service, but
also, what is even more import-
ant, takes care of those under-
privileged children who lack the
ability to pay. The character
which becomes the integral part
of our young people, due to
the training received there, can
only be estimated. Suffice to
say it makes worthwhile citizens,
better fitted to carry the civic Chairman
and home burdens of adulthood and
with the highest degree of suc-
The non-sectarian policy of the
Home Camp also appeals to me
very much. It is exhilirating to
realize that at a time when we
are fighting for the cause of
democracy, our own backyard
should have an institution whose
projects have always been char-
acterized by a democratic spirit.
As chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Army and Navy Committee.
I have had ample opportunity
to see how the "Y" serves the
needs of men in the armed forces.
In addition to the regular dances
being sponsored by the "Y,"
there also is a home hospitality
program. The furnishing of equip-
ment to the various military and
naval posts for the comfort of
the service men is a fine patri-
Therefore, it givs me a great
amount of pleasure to endorse
the work of the Y. M. H. H. I
urge those who are not already
affiliated with the "Y" to join
Greater Miami Army now during the current member-
Navy Committee i ship drive.__________^^^
Under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation, the annual pilgrim-
age to the cemtery. made dur-
ing the week intervening be-
tween Rosh Hashonah and Yom
Kippur. will once again be
made this Sunday morning. At
11 o'clock services will be held
at the grounds of the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery Asso-
ciation, Woodlawn Park, and
on Temple Israel Cemetery, al-
so located at Woodlawn. Si-
multaneously, services will al-
so be held at Mount Nebo Cem-
etery. W. Flagler St. at 53rd
Ave. At 11:30 special services
will be observed at Graceland
Memorial Park, where Temple
Israel also has a burial ground.
At 12 o'clock at the old City
Cemetery. N. E. 2nd Ave. at
19th St., Beth David Congrega-
tion will hold special prayers
at its original burial plot.
Rabbis Mescheloff, Bension.
Shapiro, Zwitman and Kaplan
will conduct the ceremonies
and will be assisted by the
Cantors of the area.
London (WNS)Prime Minis-
ter Churchill denounced the de-
portations of thousands of Jews
from unoccupied France to Nazi-
occupied Europe, in a statement
to the House of Commons this
WILL PAY TRIBUTE
TO GREAT LEADER
ON SEPTEMBER 23
New York, N. Y., Sept. 16
i ( Special Dispatch ) Jerusalem
' and New York will hold memo-
rial meetings on September 23rd
in tribute to Menahcm Ussishkin
who passed away a year ago, the
day after Yom Kippur. All Zion-
ist organizations have joined to'
honor the memory of the Zionist
"Man of Iron" at a large meeting
which will be held in New York
City on Wednesday evening, Sep-
tember 23rd. at the Manhattan
Center. On the same day. meet-
' ings will be held in Chicago. Phil-
' adelphla, Boston and other com-
; munities. Admission tickets for
1 the New York meeting (without
fee) are being distributed by mail"
: and from the offices of the Jew-
| ish National Fund. 41 East 42nd"
Street, New York City.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, chairman
'of the Emergency Committee for
i Zionist Affairs; Rabbi Samuel
'Brodt. Chief Rabbi of Belgium
I who knew Mr. Ussishkin inti-
mately; Mrs. Edward Jacobs,
member of the Jewish Agency
Executive; and Hayim Green-
berg, publicist, will be the speak-
ers, and Dr. Israel Goldstein,
president of the Jewish National
! Fund of America, will preside.
! David Roitman, world renowned
< cantor, will chant the memorial
A special feature of the New
' York meeting will be the show-
! ing of a motion picture which has
just arrived from Jerusalem de-
i scribing the life story of Mr.
Ussishkin. beginning with his
early career up to the time of his
death The funeral procession is
included in this picture which
will be shown for the first time
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER i8,
"A-fishinj* we will go" was the
theme song of Mrs. Albert Seiden
this week when she played host-
ess to anumber of her friends for
a three day fishing trip to an
island tu'ty miles south of here.
Included m the group were Mrs.
Murray Koven. Mrs. Eva Hart-
lev. Mrs. Lil Frumkas. Miss Lola
Greenfield. Mrs. Lil Greenfield,
and Mrs. Helen Greenfield. The
party returned Wednesday after-
Visiting his parents last week
was Aviation Cadet Seymour I.
Somberg. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney J. Somberg. Seymour is
a navigation cadet at Turner
Mr and Mrs Samuel Badanes
announce th< I irth of a girl..
Elliott Segherman. University
of Florida student returned last
week from the British West In-
dies, where he spent the summer.
He will be a sophomore at
Gainesville this year.
Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Brons-
ton and their son. Ben. arrived in
Mian;: this week following a three
week stay in Asheville. N. C.
They were joined by their daugh-
ter. Marianna. who attended the
summer session of Middlebury
College in Vermont. Marianna,
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority, will re-enter the Uni-
versity of Miami next week. Mrs.
Irwin Harris, eldest daughter of
the Bronstons, is now residing
near Fort Dix where her husband
The nominating committee of
the Miami Beach Service League,
an organization devoted to pro-
viding recreational facilities for
service men. this week drew up
a slate of officers to be voted on
at their next meeting. Septem-
ber 29. Mrs. Milton Sirkin an-
nounces. Mrs. Sirkin. her hus-
band, and their sons Richard and
Joshua, returned this week from
a two week vacation in New
Murray Grossman, formerly of
Miami, is visiting here this week
from Washington. D. C. Mr.
Grossman is a past president of
th Y.M.H.A. *
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND (KEREN KAVEMETH Lfc ISRAEL) INC.
41 EAST 42 STREET NEW VORK N Y
MjeJlTACTUKSBS TSBSt CC. fOB CABLE
TKAKKHSSICM TO KEKCr KJffl30KS 13 ISRAEL, Inc. j^q.qqq^qq^
*rc Htnroso nm thousand collars
* MAM KV.Cl itKKS THl.ST r
argest single remittance
mail gift in the sum of
made by the Jewish National Fund of America in the form of a Rosh
S250.000. was cabled to Palestine on the eve of the New Year 5.03. Ac-
companying the check was a message of fraternal greetings to the Yishub and to the enslaved victims
of the Nazi terror which Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the Jewish National Fund of America,
cabled. The sum was earmarked for the land acquisition and reclamation program as part ot the
Land for Freedom' effort to strengthen the war economy of Palestine and to provide the popula-
tion as well as the military units in the Near East with the necessary foodstuffs.____________________
Miss Faye Cowen returned
Sunday from her vacation in New
York. Philadelphia, and Rhode
Mrs. Max Ellis left her home in
Miami Beach Tuesday to visit
her son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Paetro of Talla-
hassee. From there, she will
travel to New York.
Visitors from the capitol city
this week include Mrs. Raymond
Einhorn and her daughter. Sally
Ann. who are stopping at the Ole-
ander Apts.. with Mrs. Einhorn's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund
Bermann. After leaving Miami,
they will spenk two weeks with
Mr. Einhorn's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Einhorn of Key West, and
then return to Washington to join
Mr. Einhorn who is engaged in
Sgt. Aaron Goldenblank. son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenblank.
has returned to Camp Gordon.
Augusta. Ga.. after spending the
holidays here. Sgt. Goldenblank
a technician fourth grade, was
recently appointed division cash-
ier of the finance office of the
fourth motorized division.
Seymour Satin left by plane
Monday for New York to attend
the funeral of his mother. Mary
Satin, who was struck by an au-
tomobile and immediately killed
111 a blacked out section of Long
"Summer evacuees" might well
be the nickname for the Mitchell
Wolfson family who have been
vacationing at their summer
home, "Milofran," Knoll Farm.
Beaverdam. near Asheville. N. C.
With them are their son and
daughter. Louis and Frances Lou-
ise, and Mr. Wolfson's father.
Just in time for the opening of
the University next week is Miss
Natalie Frankel. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. H. Frankel. who re-
turned from New York Monday.
Miss Frankel. a pledge of Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority, spent her
first week home helping the
"sorors" get their suite in the
new Pan-Hellenic Lodge in ship-
Ensign William Pallot left last
week to report to duty at the
naval base in Norfolk. Va. He
is now stationed at Solomon Isl-
and. Maryland. Mrs. Pallot and
their daughter are remaining ,in
Miami with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Tanncnbaum. Mrs. Pallot's par-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leers an-
nounce the birth of a six pound
girl last week in Jackson Me-
business meeting of
season of the Dade
BE SURE TO ATTEND THE
Y. M. H. A. Post Yom Kippur Dance
Joining the trek southward this Louis Wolfson.
^rf^New^o^'who^m Thc llst of* students, who are Chapter of'the National Children's
make their home here. Mrs Spie-]'-'.^ ft""* to *g "HaPPy Cardiac Home will be held at the
gel is the former Esther Wroobel. f"llrch Da>^ *r0WS ItfV* and
Mrs. Nathan, J-gJ M^^^grfL board-
cd the train for Tallahassee Sun-
day night to become a freshman
at the State College. She will
major in laboratory technology.
Also off to school this week is
Betty Luby. who's headed for
Baltimore and Goucher College.
Wroobel of Miami Beach.
MONDAY EVENING. SEPT. 21st, 1942
AT 9 P. M.
Y CLUBROOMS 1567 S. W. 5th ST.. MIAMI
SNAPPY ORCHESTRA ENTERTAINMENT
Beth Sholom Temple, 761 41st
Street. Miami Beach, on Wed-
nesday. September 23rd. at 1:30
p. m. Mrs. Clementine Kemp,
the president, will preside. An
interesting program has been
Buy War Bonds Today
Mrs. Samuel TannenbauJ
her daughter, Hopo "pW H
turned to the city Tuwrilv' .*
spending the summer^af,er
North. Mrs. Tann, m' U*
Parksville, New York whaH1"
daughter vacationed at SCJ
Miami Beach following the!! I ?
eymoon in the North ca'
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davh .
Tulsa Oklahoma, have ^
here to visit their son and dau^
ter-in-law, Lt. and Mrs r
B. Davis of Miami Beach, fe
will remain until after the Pi/
yon Haben of their erLI
Shrage Nathan. grandson.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei official.,.
at the Brissim Milan of tw?'
fants this week. On Sunday Si
Brith Milah of the son of ^
and Mrs. Irving Katz. HM *
lid Avenue. Miami Beach, took
place at the St. Francis Hospital
and on Wednesday afternoon the
Brith of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Gordon. 720 S. W. 24th
Road. Miami, was heid at'Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.
A service flag with two stars
hangs in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Aronson. 1036 N. W
53rd Street, in honor of their two
sons, Joe David and Leonari
both students of mechanical en-
gineering in the Army Air Corps.
Joe is stationed at Amarillo Field
Amarillo. Texas, and Leonard at
Keesler Field. Mississippi. The
Aronson's daughter. Teresa, a
graduate of Miami Edison senior
high school, will enter nursing
training course September 21 at
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
No fiction romance was that of
Miss Ruth Helen Kraft, daugh-
ter of Joseph Kraft. 221 S. W.
19th Terrace, and Martin Steyer,
of Philadelphia. Pa., who were
married on September 10 at the
home of Rabbi Max Shapiro. The
couple met at a USO dance at the
Y.M.H.A. Mr. Steyer is in the
Army Air Corps.
Buv Defense Bonds Today.
WantedRefined Jewish wo-
man for companion and light
housekeeping for one adult.
826 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
Buy War Savings Bonds
A NEW ARRIVAL OF
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
East Coast Fisheries
360 West Flaqler Street
PHONES 3-5514 3-5515 3- 5516
S. W. 8tn St. at 15th
p--- ''' -;,w .-..x&
i-'.: '' '":'-";
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Kosher Meat &
2011 S. W. 8th Street
DAVE KLEBER. Proprietor
FRI. < SAT. (Matinee Only)
H A R D y ,n
UIE WILL CO
Sat. Afternoon starting 4:30
P. M. and Sun. Thru
TUES. SEPT. 1922
"Compares with Mrs. Min-
iver," says Daily News
Great Story of Today
THE G A ROE M OF MEMORIES
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
familyby paying dues to some organization
which offers burial space. But such organi-
zations 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, 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.
This is a sure way you can prevent your loved
ones from being scattered.
Lota may be purchased
on convenient term!
Business Office 1014 Olympic Bldg. 3-5132
A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18. 1942
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
i This 'i'kly feature Is prepared
by I Me public relations committee of
the Greater Miami Army and Navy
Committee of the National Jewish
Welfare Hoard. The committee In-
cludes William I. Boxerman. chair-
DlfUi; Henjamln Uronston. EYed K.
Shochet and Paul Weltzman.
(Contributions to this column are
irelcomedi particularly in the form of
lettt-rs received here from Greater
Miami boys now In the service.)
Word has been received here
by Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Fried-
man of 820 Euclid Avenue. Miami
Beach, that their son. Sol. has
been accepted in the U. S. Army
air corps as a specialist radio
Hack of this enlistment is a
very interesting story For
the past ten years. Sol. who has
just reached his 20th birthday,
has been a student in Yeshiva
College, New York City, pursu-
ing a. theological course leading
to ordination as a rabbi Al-
though exempt from the provis-
ions of the draft, as are ministers
of all faiths. Sol was filled with
a patriotic desire to play some
active part in the defeat of the
Shortly before the completion
of his course, about 10 months
ago, Sol left the theological col-
|i and enrolled for a radio
course following which he went
to work for a radio concern in
Mystic. Conn. ... In short time.
because of his proficiency in the
work, he became a foreman in
Die factory, now filling defense
orders The head of the con-
cern was so impressed with his
ability that he wanted to seek
deferment for him on the grounds
of his indispensability to the
firm However, Sol was in-
sistent upon wanting to enter the
aimed forces and he secured a re-
lease from his employer enabling
him to enlist.
Last week, after having been
accepted in the army air corps,
he was sent to Camp Upton, New
York, from whence shortly he
will be assigned to some air
Because Sol's letter is the kind
of document that only could be
written in free America, where
the Jew still enjoys the same
democratic privileges as mem-
bers of any other group, we re-
produce it in full:
"Well. I guess you got my
telegram I've filled out all
my papers, and passed the phys-
ical exam 1-A I was accepted
in the Army air corps as a spe-
cialist, radio technician I'm
going to Camp Upton Friday
morning. I'll get my uniform and
then will be assigned to some air
field in the U. S. for on-the-job
training My job will probably
be to service radio sets in air-
"In other words, before and af-
ter a flight. I take out all the
radios and chock or repair them
and put them back into the ships.
I have nothing to do with the fly-
"'I went to New York Monday
and went down to Whitehall St
There I tried to enlist in the
Signal Corps, but after I showed
them my letter of recommenda-
tion from my boss, they told me
I was too good for that and that
I should enlist in the air corps
as a specialist radio technician.
"I had to take a special intel-
ligence test to qualify me for the
air corps There were 50 ques-
tions and I needed 25 right to
pass ... I got 50 out of 50.
"In my group, the fellows who
took their phvsical with me. a
group of 100. 50% were Jewish.
"One big husky guy (who I
wouldn't take to be a Jew) walks
up to me. looks at the Yeshiva
pin on my coat, and says, "Are
You from Yeshiva?" ... I thought
he was looking for trouble so I
put down my coat and said.
'Yeah, so what!" and be says.
'Nothing, I know everybody
there. Do you know Rabbi Jung?
"It turned out that he knew the
whole gang there so we intro-
duced ourselves and became good
friends and stuck together all
day ... I saw the gang, about 600
enlistees. Jews and non-Jews,
white and negroes, and there
wasn't one bit of trouble between
them They acted just like
they were great friends That's
the beautv of democracy: ... It
"All this happened on Gover-
nors Island I've spent a cou-
ple of nights with each one of the
kids and they're treating me like
a prince. ,"
From Sidney A. Saltz. son of
Mrs. M. Saltz. 211 N. E. 1st St.
Sidney. 17. enlisted in the navy
. last July as an assistant seaman
and is stationed at Norfolk. Va.
He writes: "Have I got good
' news Wh^n I went to the
classification office I was told I
\ made a grade high enough to
qualify me to take entrance ex-
ams to the Naval Academy Prep
School, but I must have nine
months at sea.
"Due to my age they told me to
go to trade school and then to
sea ... So for the next 15 months
I must study day and nitc Alge-
bra, Trig., Physics, Chemistry.
History and English as the en-
trance exams are pretty stiff .
Even if I don't make it it seems
for SAFETY. ?.
and Liberal Returns
Place Your Funds
" er MIAMI
A SAVINGS INSTITUTION
Which ha* never paid lets than
3% on insured savings.
J. M. LIPTON. President
45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here
FIRST MEETING OF
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
ner. Fred K. Shochet, Joseph R.
Stein. Carl Weinkle.
Monte Selig, vice-president of
Federation, presented a finan-
cial report showing that over
S83.500 has already been collect-
ed in cash from the pledges of
Joseph M. Lipton. treasurer of
Fc deration, reported to the board
that $46,500 remained outstand-
ing from the pledges of all Fed-
eration campaigns to date, in-
cluding the 1942 drive. A reserve
for collections of $22,000 is set up
against this amount, leaving a net
amount receivable of $24,000.
This added to $12,000 cash in bank
gave Federation a total of assets
amounting to $36,000.
Accounts payable to agencies
amounted to $33,000. This leaves
a reserve of $3000 in the Federa-
The board passed an unani-
mous resolution of thanks to Day
J. Apte for his many services to
Federation and the Jewish com-
munity of Miami.
The board of directors of Fed-
eration meet at least four times
each year. Stanley C. Myers is
chairman of the Federation board
THE Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
The Synagogue Council of
America will conduct a Day of
Atonement Radio program, over
the National Broadcasting Com-
pany next Sunday afternoon.
20th. at 4:30 P. M. Eastern War
Messages will be delivered by
Rabbi David de Sola Pool of New-
York, former President of the Sy-
nagogue Council of America and
Mr. Adolph Rosenberg of Cin-
cinnati. Chairman of the Execut-
ive Board of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations.
The musical portion of the pro-
gram will be under the direction
of Prof. A. W. Binder. Professor
of Liturgical Music at the Jewish
Institute of Religion. The soloist
will be Mr. Emanuel List. Basso
of the Metropolitian Opera Com-
pany, who will sing Kol Nidre.
"Y" to Conduct Annual P. Y. K.
In response to popular demand,
the Y. M. H. A. will conduct its
annual Post Yom Kippur Dance
on Monday evening, September
21. at 9 o'clock at the "Y" adi-
torim. This event is legion with
the "Y" members. It starts off
the social season of the Jewish
community and many always look
forward to renewing acquaint-
ances and to having a good time
in general. A fine orchestra has
been engaged and many sur-
prises will be in store. Admission
is only 50c. including tax. and
service men 25c. Come and have
a good time and bring a soldier
Registration for Children's
Classes Now Open
If you are a member of the "Y"
and want your child to attend
craft and tap and ballet classes
please register him immediately
after the holidays. Classes are
now being formed by Maurice
Grossman. executive director.
These will include, besides craft
and dancing, children's clubs and
various other activities for the I
youngsters. Enrollment is limit-
ed to members only. If you are'
not a member, join the "Y" so!
that your child will be eligible
to participate in these wholesome
Gala Military Concert to be Held
At the "Y" on Monday.
One of the finest entertain-
ments ever held at the "Y" will j
take place on Monday evening,
September 28. at 8:30 o'clock.
Through the efforts of Maurice
Grossman, executive director, the
entire talent for the entertain-
ment will be recruited from the
Army Air Corps at the Beach.
Mr. Grossman is in receipt of a
letter from Capt. Louis c. Barley,
Special Service Officer, which
states as follows:
"I am very happy to tell yg_u
that plans have been completed
through our Entrtainment Com-
Y. W H. A.
The Y. W. H. A. Mah Jongg
and Card Party, to be held
Wednesday. September 23. 1942
at 8 d. m.. at the Y. M. H. A.
building, 1567 S. W. 5th St.,
will be in place of the regular
Mrs. I. A. Lavine will be
All members are urged to at-
tend and bring their friends.
mittee. to have a program lor you
on Monday evening, September
"I have talked with Sgt. Urban-
owsky and I am sure that the pro-
gram he has arranged will meet
with your pleasure.
Sgt. Urbanowsky is an out-
standing concert violinist and his
tame has spread throughout the
length and breadth of this land.
He has performed at various
places in this area and has been
acclaimed by music critics as one
oi the best violinists to come to
these parts in a long time.
Reserve this date. Monday
night. September 28. The admis-
sion is free. There will also be
vocal selections and piano selec-
tions by other military men. More;
details next week.
400 North Miami Avenue
RAPID ADVANCEMENT for
High School Graduates
Phone or Write for Bulletin
601 Postal Bldg. Ph. 3-4859
plenty as this honor follows me
through the navy and shows they
think I am good officer material.
"This really is an honor as only
8 out of 1500 made it and I had
the least schooling ... I will ex-
plain in detail when I get home."
2001 W. FLAG UK ST.
I WANT MY MILK
And Be Sure It's
Vitamin "D" Milk
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
Never a Cover Charge
DeLuxe Dinner 6 to 10 Nightly
Biscayne Boulevard at Eighth Street
NO ONE likes to lie awake; yet every night thousands
toss and tumble, count sheep, worry and fret, be-
cause they can't get to sleep. Next day many feel
dull, logy, headachey and irritable.
Has this ever happened to you? When it does, why
don't you do as many other people do when Nerves
threaten to spoil their rest, work, enjoyment, and good
Dr. Miles Errervescent Nervine Tablets
Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets are a combina-
tion of mild sedatives proven useful for generations as an
aid in quieting jumpy, over-strained nerves.
I fall dtrtttion> Your druggist will be glad to sell you Dr. Miles
'" """'" Effervescent Nervine Tablets in convenient small or
economical large packages. Why not get a package
and be prepared when over-taxed nerves threaten to
interfere with your work or spoil your pleasure.
Large Package 75* Small Package 35*
rf Legists ^si cz&*ts
$* Jems Hi IFIIariidli&iii
_________________FRIDAY SEPTEMBER i8|
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
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
Frd K. Shochet. Managing Editor
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, 1942
TISHRI 7. 5703
VOLUME 15 NUMBER 33
In conjunction with Jewish Education Month,
observed nationally from September 10 to
October 10, the president of leading national
Jewish Organizations have issued a manifesto
urging parents to register their children in
religious schools. Printed below it sums up
forcefully the basic relationship of Youth and
the Necessity of its Education:
A CALL TO JEWISH PARENTS
We are living in a period of crisis.
Everything we cherish as free Americans
and Jews is at stake. We are now en-
gaged in a war to insure lasting victory
for the ideals of liberty, justice and de-
mocracy imbedded in the American and
Our children are heirs to both these
great traditions. As Americans, they are
heirs to the ideals of democracy and to
the free institutions which the founding
fathers of this country established. As
Jews, they are heirs to the great spiritual
traditions stemming from the Bible and
other sacred Jewish sources.
Your child is taught the American
tradition in public school. Is he being
taught the Jewish tradition in a Jewish re-
In these days of crisis and challenge,
your child needs the best type of Jewish
education. For years he has been imbib-
ing anti-Semitic slanders which the Nazi-
propaganda machine has been dissem-
inating through the world. He must learn
the truth about the Jewish people and its
faith. He must learn why the Jew has
been singled out as a scapegoat of de-
mocracy and why democracy has been
declared to be the invention of the Jews.
Knowledge of these facts will make him a
self-respecting Jew and liberty-loving
Make it possible, therefore, for your
child to study Jewish history, the beauti-
ful Hebrew language, the colorful holi-
days, the rich Jewish literature and in-
spiring prayers and songs. Let Israel's
history become a living inspiration to
him. Only then will he feel that he is an
heir to Israel's culture which has added
lo the strength of the American way of life.
The present war has dramatized the
basic Jewish concepts of individual free-
dom and the sacredness of human life
and personality. These values are
summed up in the famous "Four Free-
doms" enunciated by President Roose-
velt. Twenty-nine United Nations are
fighting to defend and preserve these
values. Your child should know these
great ideals which form a part of our
faith as Jews. His life as an American
Jew will, thereby, become truly meaning-
ful to him.
Throughout history, Jewish parents
have known how to combat the spirit of
tyranny and violence which is exempli-
fied today by Fascism. They gave their
children the knowledge of the Torah
which enabled them to stand firm and
resist evil forces. We must do the same
for our children today.
A "sixth column" ignorance is
lurking in many a Jewish home threat-
ening to undo the fighting faith of Israel.
We must uproot this sixth column and
supplant it with knowledgenot a mere
smattering of facts, but knowledge gained
as a result of systematic training. Only
a well-rounded Jewish education will
prepare your child for his place as a loyal
American and upright Jew in the free
world of tomorrow.
Enroll your son or daughter in a good
Jewish school NOW. Do not deprive
them of their birthright. This is the time
when Jewish schools in your community
are reopening their doors. Let your child
be among the first to enroll.
Locally, the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
! sociation with the cooperation of other com-
munity organizations have once more joined
hands in forming an associated Talmud To-
j rah System, known as The Associated He-
> brew Schools of Greater Miami, with repre-
sentations from Hebrew Schools here. They
have formulated a definite program for the
coming year. There will be a Dade County,
City-wide, Board of Hebrew Education to cope
with the many problems. The board will set
standards for the selection of teachers, text
books, curriculum, etc. United registration for
all Hebrew Schools and a uniform curricula
have already been put into effect.
It is true that an attempt to organize and
put in operation last year a United Talmud
Torah System failed. There are many reasons
and excuses put forth for this failure. A close
scrutinization of the plan would show that the
attempted change last year was too radical a
jump, for a new innovation, to be made at one
time. The immediate loss of individual identi-
ties and theme songs of the existing Talmud
Torahs was not welcomed or graciously ac-
cepted. The proposed plan this year is a step
in that ultimate direction of the United Talmud
Torah. It is a step whereas last year's plan
was a jump. The axiom "Rome wasn't built
in a day" could well be applied in this case.
The new plan oi the Associated Talmud
Torah System should not fail and should prove
the recognition of a much needed Hebrew
Education System here. In all events, DO
NOT DEPRIVE YOUR CHILD OF HIS RIGHT
TO A HEBREW EDUCATION. Register him
at once at one of the Religious Schools.
Yom Kipper and Poland
The Jews of the world will shortly mark the
most solemn of their holy daysthe Day of
Atonement. Nothing has so contributed to give
it this significance of awesomeness as the fact
that it is observed by fasting. For bread is life
and the deprivation of food is not easily borne.
Yet Poland, for example, the Jews have been
on a virtual fast since the war began, and we
who fast on Yom Kippur here, may begin to
appreciate better the faintness and weariness
which the Polish Jews have endured so long.
The second Black Book just issued by the
Polish Government-in-Exile reveals that where-
as before the war, the Jewish mortality was
some 5 per cent of the total, today it is over 24
per cent. Yet the Jews constitute only a small
minority of the total Polish population and the
greatness of the tragedy becomes clearer,
when we realize that the Polish mortality too
has greatly increased.
The Black Book further estimates that some
200,000 Polish Jews have been executed by
the Nazis. Brutal massacres, starvation, epi-
demics are mowing down Polish Jews as thor-
ough as machine guns annihilate regular
How long can this go on? Can Polish
Jewry with all of its inherent strength survive,
say, another year or two of war? This week,
the British government finally agreed to per-
mit modest food shipments to Poland, but the
amount allowed is only a bagatelle. Only a
speedy defeat of HiUer, it appears, can save
Polish Jewry from extinction.
Secretly circulated proclamations of the
new underground movement in Belgium known
as the "White Brigade," appeal to the Belgians
to continue their aid to Jews disregarding Nazi
threats of dire punishment.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
One of the most impressive dinners in the history oi N
York will be the testimonial dinner tendered to Albert F
stein by the Jewish Council of the Russian War Relief i
October That exotic-looking young lady who is m
much in evidence in the Washington House of the Jewish
Army Committee is Evelyn Zeiger, one of the most recent ad-
ditions to the public relations staff of the Committee ... Som
time ago, reports Leonard Lyons, a government agency asked
William Gropper to make a series of paintings for a boot
about the Nazi-destroyed Czech town of Lidice Which
Gropper did with his usual vigor ... So the agency rejected
his workon the ground that the American public is not yet
ready for such brutal representation of the Nazis.
British soldiers in the Middle East have become the
mezuzah dealers' best customers Not only do the non-
Jewish boys wear mezuzahs around their necks as good luck
charms, but they send them home to be put on the family
doorpost as a "protection" against air raids Bernard A
Bergman, one-time crack publicity man for important Jewish
organizations and personalities, and for the last few years
an executive editor of the Philadelphia Record, is now, at the
age of 49, a Captain in the Air Force ... Jo Mielziner, famed
as one of Broadway's foremost scenic designers, is now
Captain Jo Mielziner of the Army Air Corps, stationed at
Mitchell Field Lawrence Helfgott is a Sergeant in the
Glider Division of the Marine Corps Being superior in
rank to Tyrone Power of Hollywood, he gives orders to the
handsome movie star ... All of which makes Lawrence's
brother, Martin, very happy Martin himself is the office
boy at the New York headqarters of the Committee for a
Jewish Army Did you know that Camp Dix. N. J., has a
Hebrew-speaking club, the members of which are officers
stationed at the camp?
Rabbi Bernard Heller's book "The Odyssey of a Faith,"
published by Harpers this summer, is in the best selling
class And Maurice Samuel's book on Sholem Aleichem,
which Knopf is bringing out this winter, will become a clas-
sic, we predict The September issue of "The Protestant"
has an editorial by Joseph Brainin which takes Westbrook
Pegler to task for copying William Dudley Pelley's parodies
on Eleanor Roosevelt's column, "My Day" "Hostages," a
novel telling of events in Prague under Nazi rule, will be
coming out before long ... Its author is Stefan Heym, who, as
a refugee from the Nazi terror, knows only too well whereof
he speaks ... If you want to know what George S. Kauf-
man and Hoss Hart think of each other, get their newly pub-
lished "Six Plays by Kaufman and Hart" ... The volume
contains an article by Kaufman on Hart and another by Hart
STAGE AND SCREEN
The forthcoming film about Sam Dreben, the "Fighting
Jew" of the first World War, will feature Lee Tracy in the role
of the American Jewish hero ... A nephew of the late Ser-
geant Dreben, incidentally, is Private Alan Dreben, of the
"This is the Army" cast Another planned film is a mod-
ernized version of "Quo Vadis," with the character of Nero
being replaced by Hitler Those loud screeches you hear
in various Universal horror films all stem from the same pair
of lungs, belonging to one Sarah Schwartz Spine-chilling
shrieks are Sarah's specialty, and she has a well-paying
contract that assures her studio of her availability whenever
such screams are required.
LIVE AND LEARN
We never knew that Jack Benny's famous violin is a genu-
ine Amati worth 5100,000 That, at least, is the amount the
fiddle has been insured for, according to the Benny publicity
department Columbus Day will see Molly Picon's return
to her theatre, in a musical the title of which is very much in
tune with the times: "Oy, Is Dos a Leben".
The walls of buildings in occupied France have recently
been coming out in a rash of portraits of Teutonic-looking
pigs, captioned as follows: "Born in GermanyFattened in
FranceSalted in the Channeland Roasted in En9lad^
Hitler, cracks Harry Hershfield, has given orders that the Na
custom of raising the right arm in the traditional BUU
discontinued Because the gesture reminds him of ">
height of the snowdrifts in Russia last winterand next
And the Mikado, says a Broadwayite, has been giving a ta
well performance at the Gilbert and Solomon Islands.
Reeves Lowenthal, director of Associated American
i.ccvco wweuuiai, airecior or rtssociuieu ----- i-
ists, was the first to introduce mail order selling of art wo
by catalogue The clientele of his organization now num
bers a quarter of a million people throughout the wll Zeppo Marxthe fourth Marx Brother, you remember
left the erstwhile acting combine quite some years ag
become an agent, is also the owner of a defense plant.
learn Seen at Ruby Foo's recently was Dinah Shore,
iting town between Hollywood chores, in the company
fred Crown, one of the- Latin American experts of the Hoc
feller Good Neighbor organization.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 1942
With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
1415 Euclid Avenue
DR. SAMUEL. BEN3ION. Rabbi
IBM Jefferson Avenue
PhOM 5-4781 or 6-47M
Schedule of Services
Daily at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.;
Kabbalos Shabbos, Friday at 6:30
p. m., Saturday at 9 a. m. and
6:30 p. m., Sundays at 8:30 a. m.
and Military at 9 a. m.
The bar mitzvah of Marvin,
son of Mr .and Mrs. Irving Ram-
ber, will be celebrated at the ser-
vices on Saturday, September
19th at 9 a. m. Cantor Rudolph
Kogan, recently arrived from Vi-
enna, will conduct the services.
Dr. Samuel Bension will speak
on the subject of "A Great Lead-
ers Swan Song."
In consonance with Jewish Tra-
dition. Rabbi Bension will deliver
a scholarly Shabbos Shuva dis-
sertation at 6 p. m. on the sub-
ject of "The Elements of Emo-
tion and Rationalization in Jew-
ish Theology." This will be fol-
lowed by the Mincha services and
the Oneg Shabbot. the usual Sab-
bath Joy Social, to which both
soldiers and civilians are wel-
The Kol Nidrey services will
commence on Yom Kippur eve,
Sunday, September 20th at 7 p.
m., sharp. The subject of the
sermon will be "Spiritual Stock
Day of Atonement
On Monday, September 21, the
services will begin at 8 a. m. Dr.
Samuel Bension will speak at the
Yixkor Memorial services at 10:30
a. m. on the subject of "The
Passing Generations." The Neila,
concluding services, will take
place at 5:30 p. m. The subject
of the sermon will be "The Open
Hebrew and Sunday School.
The new term in the Hebrew
School began on Monday, Scp-
ttmber 14th, with a celebration
in which many boys and girls
participated. Classes met daily
in one hour sessions, from 4 to
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
13.-, N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence l'hiuie, 2-2176
Mrs. Louis Margulies, Reporting
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
137 N. K. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
(996 Indian Crock r>rivefi-12G3
RABBI COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN
; LaCiorce Drive, Miami Beach
K-ibbl Zwitman will De 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, and,
needless to say, each matter will be
h.-hl in strict confidence.
Sabbath of Repentance Services
Friday evening, September 18,
at 8:15 o'clock, and Saturday
morning, September 19, at 11:00
o'clock. The history and signifi-
cance of this Sabbath will be dis-
cussed by Rabbi Zwitman at both
High Holy Day Services
Yom Kippur, 5702 1942.
Sunday evening, September 20,
at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Zwitman
will preach on "Israel's Concept
Monday, September 21, 10:00 a.
m.. Rabbi Zwitman will speak
on the subject, "The Best Things
in the Worst Times."
Monday, September 21 at 1:00
P m. The morning service will
be over at 12:00 noon, so as to
give parents the opportunity to
bring their children to the Youth
service, which will begin at 1
. Monday, September 21, at 2:00
Sabbath of Repentance
"Shabbos Shuva" services will
be held in the synagogue this
Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock.
During the services, Bernard, the
son of David S. Rosenblum will
be bar mitzvah. Rabbi Shapiro
and Cantor Hollander will offi-
ciate. The rabbi will speak on the
subject, "What is Repentance?"
The traditional annual memor-
ial service for all beloved ones
interred at the Woodlawn Ceme-
tery, will take place Sunday
morning at 11 sharp and at the
City Cemetery services will be-
gin at 11:45. You are requested
to be on time at both places.
Day of Atonement Services
"Kol Nidre" services will take
place Sunday evening at 7 o'clock
sharp. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Chaskell Hollander will
officiate. The rabbi will speak
on the subject, "The Letter is
"Yiscor." or Memorial ser-
vices for the Day of Atonement,
will take place at 10:30 Monday
morning, at which time the rabbi
will speak on the subject, "When-
ever Death Challenges!" "Neil-
ah," or the closing services for
the Day of Atonement, will begin
at 5 p. m. at which time the rabbi
will discuss in Yiddish. "The End
Yom Kippur Junior services
will be held in the auditorium
from 10 to 12. Bernard Dickson.
David Jacobs, Meyer Greenberg,
Seymour Hinkes and Harvey
Sootin will officate. All boys
and girls between the ages of 6
to 16 are invited to attend.
Associated Hebrew Schools
We ask all parents to register
at once, if you have not done so
as yet, your child at a Hebrew
School in Greater Miami. It is
your duty to see to it that your
child receives a Hebrew training.
The following Yahrzeiten have
and will be observed this month
of Tishri. The anniversary can-
dle is lit the evening before the
English date mentioned, and the
Kaddish begins the same evening
until sunset of the day men-
Shmucl Moshe. husband of
Mrs. S. M. Goodman, Sept. 12;
Miriam Raesel. mother of Abe
Kronenfcld. Sept. 13; Flora
Schnell. grandmother of Mrs. S.
Fiske, Sept. 13; Avrohom Yitz-
chock, father of Abe Rubin. Sept.
15; Chinuch, father of Jack Grop-
pcr, Sept. 17; Miriam, sister of
Jos. and Harry Rabin. Sept. 19;
Leah, mother of Nat and Al Zal-
ka. Sept. 19; Shmucl Nissan, hus-
band of Mrs. S. N. Levinc. Sept.
20; Tanuch Cohen, husband of
the late Dora Cohen, Sept. 23;
Shmucl, father of Mrs. Isadore
Brown, Sept. 25; Chaya, mother
of Abe Rubin, Sept. 26; Channa,
mother of Mrs. Julian Kurlander,
Sept. 27; Yitzhok, father of Joe
Siegel, Sept. 29; Channa Rochel,
sister of Mrs. Betty Solomon,
Oct 1; Avrohom, father of Frank
Wolkowsky, Oct. 2; Jennie Co-
hen; Sender, father of Ida Bern-
stein, Oct. 7; Sorah, wife of Louis
Glick, Oct. 7; Chaya Perel, moth-
er of Swartz Bros., Oct. 11.
Daily Minyon, 8:30 a. m.; Mincha,
]7:30 p. m.; Maariv, 8:00 p. m.;
'Saturday, 9:00 a. m.
Services will start at 6:30 p. m.
Friday evening and Saturday
morning at 8 a. m. Afternoon
services will begin at 6 p. m. to
be followed by Shalosh Sudas
and then Maariv.
Kol Nidrei services will start
promptly at 6:45 p. m. Sunday
with services starting Monday
morning at 8. Yiskor prayers will
be recited at 10:30.
The ticket committee will be
at the synagogue Sunday morn-
ing from 8 to 12 for the conveni-
I ence of those still desiring to buy
A general meeting of the mem-
bership 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-
I up members will participate and
< those whose dues are in arrears
I are asked to make necessary ar-
I rangements immediately to make
I them eligible.
Registrations are now being
accepted for all classes in the
Talmud Torah of the Yeshiva
Educational Center, 846 Michigan
Ave., Miami Beach. Kindergarten
to classes of Talmudic instruction
are available. Max Friedman, un-
der whose direction the Talmud
Torah is operated, asks that all
parents provide a "maximum
Jewish education" for their chil-
dren. Children residing in the
immediate neighborhood of the
Yeshiva are urged to register im-
mediately. Tuition is absolutely
free to those unable to pay and is
arranged to fit the ability to pay
for each family.
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.
Kol Nidrei services will start
Sunday evening at 6:30 and
prayers will begin Monday morn-
ing at 8. Rabbi J. Shulman will
deliver the sermon.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
Made From Fresh Oranges
1801 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. Ijiuderdale, Florida
RABBI BAMOBL HAI.F.VI BARON
705 S. K. 9th Street
High Holy Day Services
Sabbath Shuvah service Friday,
September 18. 8-9 p. m.
Kol Nidre service Sunday, Sep-
tember 20, 8-9:45 p. m.
Yom Kippur services Monday,
September 21, 10 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Morning service 10 a. m. to
12:30 p. m.;aftemoon service 12:30
to 2:45 p. m.; children's service,
2:45 to 3:45 p. m.; Scripture ser-
vice, 3:45 to 4:15 p. m.; Memorial
service, 4:15 to 5:15 p. m.; con-
cluding service, 5:15 to 6 p. m.
Service men welcome to at-
tendance at any or all of the
above High Holy Day services.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
Cong. Schaarei Zedek
(Gates of Justice)
1545 S. W. Third Street
We are grateful to our worship-
ers and to the whole community
for the wonderful reception given
our congregation and its first
High Holy Day Services. We were
fortunate to have with us and
express our thanks to our guest
speakers, Maurice Grossman, di-
rector of the Y. and to Isaac
Joffe, Miami attorney, who deliv-
ered beautiful and inspiring New
Kol Nidrei services will start
promptly at 6:30 Sunday evening
and we will have a guest speaker
to address us. Monday morning
we will start to pray at 8. Yizkor
will be recited at 10:30, preced-
ing which another prominent
speaker will bring us a message.
We have a daily minyan
throughout the whole week and
we invite worshipers of the south-
west section to join us in daily
A committee will be at the
synagogue. 1545 S. W. 3rd St.. all
day Sunday to accommodate
those desiring to purchase addi-
tional tickets or to make pay-
ments due the congregation. The
officers request that all obliga-
tions due our synagogue be taken
care of at this time, or as soon
At a general meeting held last
week our congregation made fin-
al plans to open its Hebrew
school, registration for which be-
gan last week. A committee was
appointed consisting of Milton
Weiner and A. Rosenblum to
represent us in the newly formed
Associated Hebrew Schools of
Greater Miami, of which we will
be a part. The selection of a
teacher will be announced with-
in the next two weeks.
Plans for an elaborate Succoth
party has been announced by the
Ladies Auxiliary to take place on
761 4ist Street
8. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
1450 S. W. 17th Terrace, Miami
440 Espanola Way
Services are held daily at 9 a.
m. and 7 p. m. at the Center.
Sabbath services will begin at 7
o'clock tonight. Tomorrow the
Sabbath services will start at 9
a. m. Lewis Green and Julius
Rosenstein will chant the Sab-
Kol Nidre will be chanted at
7 p. m. on Sunday, at Beth Sho-
lom Center. Julius Rosenstein
will be assisted by an adult male
choir of Center members. Rabbi
Machtei will preach on "This,
Too, Shall Pass."
The services on Monday will
begin at 9 a. m. Bernard Ord-
over will chant the Pesuka Dez-
imro. Lewis Green will lead in
prayer for the Schacharis service
and Julius Rosenstein will chant
the Mussof service.
At the Yizkor service at 10:45
a. m.. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will
preach on "Memory and Forget-
fulness." By popular request
Rabbi Machtei will preach a ser-
mon in Yiddish at 4 p. m. on
Monday, before the Mincha ser-
vice. His subject will be "Mod-
The Yom Kippur services of
the Beth Sholom Junior Congre-
gation will again be under the
supervision of Chas. Tobin. chair-
man of the board of directors,
who conducted the Rosh Hash-
onoh Junior services with such
gratifying results. Children of
worshipers, boys and girls under
18, may attend these services,
which, on Monday, will be held
from 10 to 11 a. m. and after
the Yizkor recess, from 11:30 a.
m, to 1 p. m.
Religious School Registration
On Sunday morning, Septem-
ber 20th. between 10 and 12. the
board of education of Beth Sho-
lom Center and Rabbi S. M.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 61
Services at Shaaray Tcfila Con-
gregation, temporarily located at
440 Espanola Way. Miami Beach,
are scheduled for Friday at 6 p.
m. and Saturday at 9 a. m. and
6 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky will speak during the Sat-
urday morning services on the
subject, "How to Speak." and at
6:30 p. m. on "Remember the
Kol Nidre services will be held
Sunday at 6 p. m. and Yom Kip-
pur services are scheduled for
Monday at 8 a. m. Yizkor ser-
vices will take place Monday at
11 a. m. Rabbi Rackovsky will
conduct these services and speak
during the Kol Nidre services on
"Be Clean" and before Yizkor
on the subject. "The Soul."
Rabbi Rackovsky, the officers,
and the members of the Congre-
gation join in extending their
best wishes to their friends, rela-
tives and all Israel for a happy
and prosperous New Year, a year
in which Israel will be free and
properly recognized, a year in
which Isaiah's prophecy will
come true: "No nation will raise
the sword against another nation,
and they shall no longer practice
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MiiSKS MKSCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
621 Lennox Ave., Phono 5-7133
2001 W. FLAGLER ST.
Holy Day Services
Services this Saturday. Shab-
bos Teshuva, will be held at 7
p. m. Friday night, and at 8:3u
a. m. Saturday morning. Rabbi
Mescheloff will preach on "Re-
pent Now." He will aiso speak
at the Shalosh S'oodojs at 7:15
Yom Kippur services will be
held in both our synagogue
building and our Community i>nd
Talmud Torah building. Cantor
Mamches, assisted by Rev. S.
Guttman will chant the services
in the Community building.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
at Kol Nidre on the subject: "On
Guard." He will speak before
Yizkor, Memorial services in both
buildings. His theme will be
All service men are invited to
Registration of all children be-
tween the ages of 6 and 16 con-
tinues all next week. Parents
are urged to enroll their child-
ren at once so that they may not
be handicapped in their studio:
Our Talmud Torah is a member
of the Associated Talmud Torahs
of Greater Miami. We have a five
year, well graded course of stud-
ies, and two graduated teachers
in our faculty. Cantor Maurice
(CONTINUED ON PAGE ()
ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME
710 S. W. 12th AVENUE PHONE 3-3431
DESERVES YOUR FULL
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18
(CONTINueO FROM PAGE 5)
Monday. September 21. at 4:15
Members of the Congregation
have already received a letter
during the past week reminding
them that at the Memorial sei -
vices on the Day of Atonement
the names of beloved departed
will ho read. A Memorial card
was enclosed in the letter, and
our members are urged to fill out
the card and send it to the Tem-
ple, along with the remembrance
in consecration of the memory of
their dear ones. If you have
failed to send in your card by
the time you receive this notice
you may bring the card with you
to the services and hand it to
the ushers, so that the names oi
your dear ones may be read.
That the names of your di
ed dear ones may be called to
mind among the living for a
blessing, have them mseri! i
the Memorial Tablet. Arrange-
ments for inscription tor eternal
remembrance <>n the Temple Is-
rael Memorial Plaque may be
made by calling the Temple I ffici
or by contacting Harry Nevins.
KEEP 'EM FLYINGBy buy-
ing Defense Stamps and Bonds.
chairman of the Memorial com-
At the services of each Friday
evening during the year, the
names of recently departed, and
also of Yahrzeits in our congre-
gation, are read before the Kad-
dish. The names of recently de-
parted appear for one month in
the Temple Bulletin.
At the services this Friday, the
memory of the following will be
Recently departed: Eugenia
Wolff Bloom, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Wolff and sister of
Henry E. Wolff: Louis Rifas.
husband of Mrs. Rose Rifas. and
brother of Hyland Rifas: Bertha
Wolfe, mother of Louis Wolfe.
Yahrzeits: Rachel Sprintz.
mother (if Henry Sprintz; Bella
Weintraub, mother of Maurice
Weintraub; Morns Williamson.
father of Jos. Williamson and
Mrs. Melvin Goldstrom: Charles
Shields, uncle of Mrs. R. W. Apte:
Brumlik, father of Arthur
Brumlik: Joseph Hodes, father of
The" floral offerings of last
Friday were in memory of Eu-
genia Wolff Bloom and Bertha
of the Sis-
MIAMI JEWISH BEACH CENTER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5,
A VERY HAPPY
Bar and Liquor
Specializing in Delicious
NEW YORK SIRLOIN
Prepared and Served to
a King's Taste
OPEN ALL NIGHT
3651 S. W. 8th Street
at the Entrance
to Coral Gables
7 p. m. Children should be reg-
istered immediately. The Asso-
ted Talmud Torahs of Greater
i. with i i ur Hebn w
iliated, is arranging
a uniform curriculum and courses
el study. Late registration will
ress ol your child
ami previ nt him or her from fit-
ling into ..- j i : the Hebrew
. classes in (lr .<; r Miami.
: as well as boys should be
enrolled Without intelligent Jew-
el .-. t '.i 11 I HO Jew-
ish homes and no Jewish future.
Th Centei is open daily
for school regi from 3:30
to 7 | -
A grand and hilarious Simchot
ition, to which all
Jewish beys and girls are invited
will take place on Saturday. Oe-
tober 3rd. a-. 7 p. m. in the Cen-
ter synagogue. Every child will
be presented w.tii a flag and will
be permitted to participate in the
procession with the Torahs. ac-
companied by songs and dances.
101 S. STATE HIGHWAY
Candy gifts will be
through the courtesy
Sisterhood Biblical Bazaar
The Sisterhood is arranging a
stupendous event as its opening
public activity of the season
This will be in the form ot a Bib-
lical bazaar and will be held on
Saturday night. October 17. and
Sunday. October 18. The bazaar
will include such novelties as the
Garden of Eden. Rebecca at the
Well. Jonah and the Whale. Is-
rael Among the Nations, and
manv pleasant surprises.
Tlie Sisterhood is requesting
the cooperation of all women s
organizations in Greater Miami
in the choice of the most popular
Jewish woman, and two ladies-
in-waiting. Every organization is
requested to select its candidate
for this interesting popularity
contest. The announcement of
the winners and valuable awards
will be made at the opening of
the bazaar on Saturday. October
17 by a committee of judges, con-
sisting of well known newspaper
and radio people.
Mrs. Ben Marbach is chairman
of the arrangements committee
and Miss Ruth Brotman is chair-
man of the publicity committee.
Additional information may be
obtained at the Center office.
Tin1 hundreds of civilians and
soldiers who filled the Center
praise of tile beautiful decora-
tions. Much credit is due to Jul-
ius Rosenstein, the artist, who
put not only his capable hand,
but also his heart and soul into
this holy work. We express our
most sincere thanks to him and
his brother, Alfred Rosenstein.
who suggested the designs and
freelj gave of his time and ex-
pert advice. May they be
sed with lit'" and health.
The first general meeting of
the Center Sisterhood will take
place on w. dnesday, Sept. 2'3 at
8:30 p. m. in the social room. A
report will be given by the Bib-
lical bazaar arrangements com-
mittee. A brief bt very fine mu-
sical program will be presented.
Every Jewish woman is cordially
invited to attend. Husbands too.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE i,
Machtci. will accept registration
' of pupils for the Beth Sholom
Sunday School and the Beth
Sholom Talmud Torah. Parents
are urged to bring their sons and
daughters of school age to Beth
Sholom Center for registration
and classification on Sunday, that
there be no delay or loss of class-
time for their children.
Dr. Max Ellis, acting president
of the enter, in announcing this
phase of Beth Sholom activities.
said. "A people live on, in and
through their children It 'is
not enough to clothe and feed our
children. As Jews, they must be
trained to hold aloft the banner
of Israel which has become the
object of hatred, because tyrants
fear the Divine Truth it symbol-
izes. Our children, through the
religious training in our Center
school, will be better Americans
because better Jews. They will
learn respect and love for the
Four Freedoms, long ago guaran-
teed all men by our Torah. and.
m our day, re-stated by our Pres-
uli nt. Franklin Delano Roose-
velt. Bring us your children.
You will be perpetuated through
Tis More Blessed to Give
Both Sholom Center acknowl-
dges with thanks the gift of a
Sefer Torah by Mr. and Mrs.
Morns Perell of Detroit and Mi-
ami Beach. Bernard Ordover
and Mrs. Ordover have pledged
a new Parodies and altar cloths
to be used in daily services at the
Bi I;. Sholom chapel.
S. R. O."
The spirituality and decorum
of the Rosh Hashonah services
have brought forth admissions
some of the older members
and worshipers, that "in all my
years of going to Shul. I have
never known the spiritual joy
which I felt at the services at
Beth Sholom." Such comments
have already brought forth a
batch of new reservations for
the Yom Kippur services.
But. the Chapel had all its
seats reserved before Rosh Hash-
onah. with the exception of the
unreserved seats set aside for
nun in uniform. We do not want
to put out a 'Standing Room On-
ly" sign for Yom Kippur. The
Satruday Shachriss service will Religious Committee has provid-
start at 8:30 a. m. Rabbi Kagan I ed extra seating capacity on the
will speak on "Returning to Re- porch (north entrance) of the
dgion." Chapel. Those who wish to at-
Kol Nidre services will start tend Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur
at 6:30 p. m. Yom Kippur ser- services at Beth Sholom are urged
vices will start at 8 a. m. Rev. H. to call early on Sunday to pick
Hochbcrg will chant the services i up their reservations. Over-
and Rabbi H. M. Kagan will | crowding will not be permitted at
From Us to You
Sholom Center wh?*!,h H
all Israel, a year o health *
ness, and deliverancef/ h**
troubles which besef thl^ lh(
Amen. ine world
Mamchcs and Miss Sonia Sh
Our school is equipped t|P,f
gne.t of >*& a*Ut
Service Men's Clubs
The Beth Jacob ServS M .
Club sponsored !
gat.on and Sisterhood "0g?S
cry week day in the week
freshments and programs are
en every evening. Kosher **
wiches are served each w
Hundreds of service men *2
our hospitality evi ry we \
We wish to thank the four
score or more of our members
who opened their homes in tradi-
tional hospitalitv to our sen-ice
men during the two days of Rosh
Hashono. With practically no ad-
vance notice, our numbers proved
themselves really good hosts w
every Jewish i man who
asked for home meals for the
The Habonoth and the Miz-
rachi will begin this year's activ-
ities during the Succoss week.
Sunday School registration ml
take place during the Succoss
week. A regular membership
meeting will be held during the
Succoss week. Hebrew School
classes will be held in our syna-
gogue Succah during Succoss.
Refreshments will be served each
period for the traditional bless-
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TACKLE & BAIT SHOP
517 West Avenue
ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE
GENTLE RIDING HORSES
E. J. ALBERT 4 SON
13575 N. E. 6tn Avenue
MR. and MRS.
WALTER C .
Extend New Year Greetings
to All Their
Relatives and Friends
speak on -The Day
Yiskor will be said at I
Evervone is welcome.
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ARKIN- PRUFERT CONSTRUCTION CO
1719 Congress Building
MR. and MRS.
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
1425 20th STREET
Those who wish to have the
names of their departed rela-
tives listed in the Yizkor prayer
should fill out a Yizkor card,
available at the office of Beth
Sholom Center, prior to the Kol
Nidre service on Sunday. Names
of departed should be written
legibly, using Hebrew names
where they are known. Those
who have already filled out these
cards at home should bring them
on Sunday and deposit them at
the Center office.
Season's Greetings to Our Patrons
TWIN OAKS GRILLE
628 S. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-M'O
TO JEWRY EVERYWHEP.E-
& SALVAGE CO.
3702 N. W. 27th Ave. Ph. 7-94J5
We Wish Our Friends A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. DAY J. APTE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Phone 5-7430Rooms Available With or Without Board
MILSTEIN'S KOSHER RESTAURANT
BEST HOME COOKING
137 Washington Avenue Miami Beach. Florida
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances
NORTH BEACH HOME PATROL
I. S. BABER
6190 Pine Tree Dr.
1IDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 1942
A STATEMENT BY THE CHAIRMAN OF THE
SOCIAL RECREATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE
GREATER MIAMI ARMY NAVY COMMITTEE
By Harry Kovner
On behalf of the social-recrea-
Itional committee of the Greater
Miami Army and Navy commit-
[tee. I take this opportunity of
thanking members of the Jewish
community for their splendid co-
operation in assuring home hos-
Ipitality during Rosh Hashonnah
Ifor the service men stationed in
It is gratifying to note that 218
[families responded to the call of
[the social-recreational committee
of the Army-Navy Committee of
the Jewish Welfare Board to sup-
I ply meals during the holiday pe-
Ijiod. Because of this excellent
I turn-out, 635 boys were assured
Ihomc-cooked meals for the holi-
Idays. In addition, the committee
I also received fine cooperation
I from the rabbis and their congre-
gations who placed at the dispos-
al of the committee a large num-'
Iber of seats for the service men.;
lit is known that 840 Jewish ser-
vice men were placed in syna- ,
At the same time a word of ex-
planation is due those families
I who had prepared meals for ser-
I vice men and who were disap-
I pointed because these service men
I-were not able to partake of their ;
I hospitality. The men at the |
Beach are divided into four sep-
larate groupsthe officers' candi-
date school, permanent party
members, casuals and trainees.
When the Jewish Welfare
Board worker approached the lo-
cal army authorities prior to the
holidays, he learned that an or-
der had been issued from Wash-
ington granting time off to all
men of the Jewish faith if their
respective commanding officers
did not feel it interfered with
normal routine army training.
Because of this order, many
boys were denied passes as late
as Friday afternoon, since their
commanding officers felt that it
would interfere with the training
program. A number of men who
had not completed their eighteen
days of basic training were al-
lowed off only from 7 a. m. until
noon on the first day of Rosh
Hashonah, and many men were
not released at all.
These were circumstances en-
tirely beyond our control, and if
some families were inconven-
ienced or disappointed, we can
only express our regrets. Every
effort was made to place the max-
imum number of men to provide
them with the necessary passes.
Committee, Greater Miami Army
and Navy Committee.
What wc feared has come!
A black shroud covers the
Anxiety gripes every home
Thanks to the Fascist curse.
The present is a valley of sor-
Too horrible to see clear.
And the thought of tomorrow
Brings despair, fear.
With tyrants at the wheel
And ruled by beasts of prey
Life seems to be futile
Insecure, worthless, grey.
No one can find a panacea,
How to change human kind
There's no device, no mortal idea,
How to change the human mind.
But firm is my trust
In a supreme master
I know that tyrants must
Yet meet with disaster.
Justice though slow yet is sure
To appear at the right hour
The Lord will send a cure
I To blot out evil power.
II find faith in the holy book
. And rest after the day is done
I glean a brighter outlook
In the light of a morning sun.
HEADS HILLEL AT MARYLAND
KOTICE IS HBRKBY (ilVBN that
Ill- undersigned, desirinK to engage In
lliii-in.w under the fictitious name'Of
ll/./.V'S IM^VCE, located at 33R6 S.
[w. ::7th Avenue. Coconut drove,
Florida, intends to register the mild
I I'.i ni<- in the Clerk of the Circuit
court of I>ade County. Florida.
I* 4 ll-l-2r, 10/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tit, -I' I'-mm-il. desiring to engage in
IbuidneftH under the fictitious name of
El. MIliASul. UXCNDItY AND DRY
CLEANING AGENCY. located at
"Mil Collins Ave., Miami Reach.
I Ft'.- Ida, intends to register the said
name in the office of the Clerk of
Itl. circuit Court of Dade County,
[man is. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
NnTlcK is HKRK11Y (ilVKN that
th< undersigned, desiring to engage in
Ibut-mess under the fictitious name of
CASK BOO COMPANY, located at
11721 N W. 7th Avenue. Miami. Flor-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MAX 11. MA UNAS
! : I-1S-25 10/2-9
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
67 N. E. 36th Street
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise
extend best wishes to all
their relatives and
friends for a
Happy New Year
179 West Flagler Street
Season's Best Wishes to All Our
Patrons and Acquaintances
"If You Don't Eat at Home
2827 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 5-9060 A to Z Service
5th and Lenox Ave. Miami Beach
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
1389 N. W. 7th Street
DR. SANEL BEER
The United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over His
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
311 Lincoln Road
Albion Bldg., Suite 309
For the Practice of
A pure vegetable
cooking, baking and
frying all your meat
and dairy dishes.
Easy to digest; no
smoke or unpleas-
ant odor when you
fry the NYAFAT
Hove you tried:
Roteoc/i Koiatr Condeaied Soups
"A Spoonful Intilei a Plateful"
AT tour OIOCR'S
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
Rabbi Louis M. Youngerman,
former director of the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation at the Univer-
sity of Florida, who has been
named director of the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation at the Univer-
sity of Maryland.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
247 East Flagler Street
Candies. Fountain, Luncheonette
Home Made and Boxed Candies
BY AL GREEN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Every time I try to give up the
job as guest columnist circum-
stances arise and I have to take
over again. I thought I said
adieu last week, but this morning
Brother Green called me and
asked me to please write the col-
umn this week so here I am
Last meeting was the last meet-
ing to my knowledge that we will
hold on Miami Beach. Attend-
ance has been quite small there
and I have heard many brothers
remark that on four gallons a
week they could not travel to the
beach for a meeting. Your of-
ficers are working on a deal with
the Alcazar Hotel wherein we
will be furnished the air-condi-
tioned ballroom for meetings
The meeting last week featured
an initiation, the report on the
Tampa Convention of Florida
B'nai B'rith Lodges, the report
of the Florida Regional A. Z. A.
Convention in Miami and talks
by Julius Fisher, District Secre-
tary and Judge Emanuel Lewis,
District Grand Lodge President.
The initiation was as per usual
impressive. The degree team
consisted of Maurice Cromer, Lou
Heiman. Ernest Sussman. Al Pal-
lot and myself. Doris Pallot very
kindly and capably assisted in
providing a background of music.
The degree was given to a group
of men known as the Manny
Lewis class in honor of Brother
Brother Ike Levin, reporting
on the Tampa Convention of the
Florida B'nai B'rith Lodges, stat-
ed that a great amount of work
was accomplished at the conven-
tion; that Brother Lou Ossinsky
of Daytona Beach was elected
State President. The Miami del-
egation consisted of Brothers Ike
Levin. Al Pallot, Louis Heiman.
Bill Boxerman. George Goldberg
and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. Broth-
er Heiman was re-elected state
Hillel chairman. Brother Maurice
Cromer was re-elected State A. Z.
A. chairman and Brother Al Pal-
lot was elected as one of the
Vice Presidents. Thus, Miami
as usual came through.
The highlight of the evening
was the splendid address made
by Judge Lewis. At great length
he elaborated on the work of
B'nai B'rith nationally in co-op-
erating with the government and
various agencies and civic enter-
prises in the war effort. He
pointed out that B'nai B'rith had
received national acclaim from
the government, Red Cross and
Naturally, with Brother Fisher
being in our midst the question of
dues came up. No doubt our gen-
eral membership would think it
unbelievable if we were to say
that the Lodge is financially in the
hole, yet, unfortunately, such is
the truth. Start the New Year
righ by sending in your delin-
quent dues immediately.
I received notice to write this
column fifteen minutes before
the deadline and the deadline
has been reached, so will close
with warmest and best wishes to
all of you for a very happy and
prosperous New Year with a fer-
vent prayer that peace shall come
to the world in the very near
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Tivoli Beauty Salon, Inc.
"FOR THE LADY WHO CARES"
iiprri KveniiiK.s liv Appointment
744 W. Flagler St., Miami. Fla.
Sincere Season's Greetings
BONACKER & LEIGH.
1111 N. W. 22nd St.
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
BEN J. KINCAID
Life Insurance & Annuities
710 First Natl. Bank Bldg.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
With Cheerful Hotel Atmosphere
For Rest, Convalescent, Chronic
and Acute Medical Casea
Graduate Nursing and Dietetic Staff.
Resident Physician. Complete Physical
Therapy. Pour Acres Landscaped
Orounds. Sports. Recreations.
A. W. ELLIS. Prea.
J. W PLATTN. M.D.. Mod. Dlr.
ItS W. SOth Csart, Miami, PlarMa
We think you'll find it the kind
of hearing you've dreamed about.
Made by one of America's Pio-
neer Manufacturers of Vacuum
Tube Hearing Aids. Call for free
booklet and hearing proof!
RADIO EAR OF AMERICA
209 Congress Bldg., Miami Fla.
Buy War Bonds Today
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER i8,
Thr vlewa expressed by Mr. Boxer-
man m I i- o" and do nol noc-
Basai II) i-epivsenl thi opll I "
The Jewish Ploi Idlan.
Under False Colors
In the course ol s< \ en > i ars
experience with the pi li ol
empli yment lation we
oft n have b< < n ask< d I > some
bewildered young Jewish
cenl meeting pn judi< d i
for the first timi
: ify > r igi
I'm applj ng?"
Altl :- h ir recenl n mths dis-
r a ises I Oi
via -: h ca ...
b en that the indh idual
t! fir i ilysis he must do
Usually w< 1 out I
..... ved in
;. hav( secur<
ment ii here no Jews
are wanti I For i i say.
A Case in Point
We recall th > :
acted as. our s< r< tary 'n '
nunity She had
four long 3 for a i i rat
lid i employ Jews .
: rejudice for i
R. W. BROWN & CO.
Factory: Goulds. Florida
Phone: Homestead 5-*45l
Offices: Soutn M.ami. Fia.
BEFORE YOU BUY
LIFE INS. CO.
Not Best Because Biggest
ButBiggest Because Best
ticular reason except that Mr. X.
didn't like Jews and Mr. X. hap-
| pened to determine employment
1 policy With what a sense of
relief she entered our office it is
difficult to express in words .
: It was though she previously had
I been living in prison, cooped up
where she could not breathe clean
She had taken the job only be-
cause of dire necessity But
for lour long years she had been
forced to watch her every word,
i to work on all Jewish holidays
ai d to suffer from the fear lest a
Jewish friend recognize her and
innocently identify her as Jew-
ish And new she finally was
in a Jewish environment where
she need no longer deny her
faith! Her very personality
brightened as gradually she be-
came adjusted to new working
conditions which no longer sub-
jected her to emotional .-train.
Man's inhumanity to man no-
where is mere strongly empha-
sized than in the attitude of
those concerns which "disregard-
. it, ability, d meanor and
tions, make religion the controll-
ai of such en ployer shi aid
Nazi G rmany. not Ami rica.
A fii of good will was
act n ol Gi m ra Vivian Col-
-. State Din ctor ol Si lective
s. r. 1.1. ::, rd ring tin- postpone-
'.! of the induction of Jewish
luring the Yom Kip-.
.--' | tember 18th
Back ol Gem i I C llins' order
is the anl at-
rs ol this : oard had
. i xceptii
ram addressed to
. .in interested
pr n pt re-
The reply indicated that
uid be i None ol
; : foi : ine-
religious grounds v
the si rvic during
the Daj i I Ai m ment.
t General C
.. rsonally to his I lir-
. Coll ins i- thi type of
j man of whom n truly may
I, Thi n goes a n al Ameri-
.. luring the pn s-
ar more dramatically em-
: ipat n ol all
- in thi v. ar efl I in a
tin :c in St. Augustine
ek ... In thi Natii nal
:> in the oldest city in
America, three victims of an ar-
my plane era I wen buried in a
".n mil military
of unity in
the United States.
The victims who fell in the ar-
my bomiir near St. Petersburg
wen Sec nd Lieut. William B.
Rittenhouse ol Parkersburg, W.
Va.. an Episcopalian; Second
Lieut. Stanley A. Hcckor of New
York City, a Jew; and Sgt. James
E. Anton of Cleveland. Ohio, a
Heck' r was the second Jewish
y ti se his life while on act-
ive duty in this area The oth-
was Lieut. Martin R. Staum,'
who was stationed at McDill
1 Id He was killed when a
crashed into Tampa Bay
while he was thi | ill t on a test
war and death all are equal
Jew and Christian alike.
(CONTINUED FKOM PAGE 1)
the very heart of the community.
The contributions of the Jewish
people towards the solution pi
this problem compare favorably
with that of any program in my
region, and in fact, with that of
any in the country at largi
"It is to be hoped, continui d
Mr. Nason. "that the Jewish peo-
ple of Greater Miami will rally
around the splendid program al-
v in effect undi r the com-
mitteee headed by Sam Blank.
Since I cannot possibly name
the multitude of individuals who
have made noteworthy contribu-
tions of service I hope thai it
will suffice as a n fli ction ol the
wise choici ol all, to say that thi
JWB is happy that a man ol Mr,
Blank's personal | restige t
communal activity has ben chose-
en to head the committee for the
Ii i ,,: program.
"Mr. Blank has the confidence
and admiration not only of the
Jewish community, but of the
n in-Ji ws and military authori-
m the area, and has proved
leal choice. The commend-
able program ..'ready in effect is
: stimony to his leadership and
efforts ol tl e Jewish com-
munity as a whole."
Mr. Nason made particular
n fer nee to the contribution of
the Jewish women of Greater Mi-
ami. He was impressed with the
program of the Alton Road
ter, recently opened for service
to all soldiers. -The Alton Head
rs' center is physical evi-
of the spirit of service
which exists, and is one of the
finest soldier clubs in my reg-
Mr. Nasi n i mphasized the de-
sin ol the national and n gional
officers of the Jewish Welfare
Board to help wherever possible.
He pointed out that the local
pr fessional worker representing
the board is Nathan Rothl i r\ .
who makes his headquarters in
the YMHA. He urged all agen-
cies and individuals in Greater
Miami to call upon Mr. Rothl i r.
for the neecs.-ary professional
guidance and assistance in effect-
ing their programs.
In clarifying the function of
the National Jewish Welfare
B< ard, Mr, Nason explained that
his organization was the instru-
mi ntality of the Jewish commun-
ity for dealing with the armed
forces, It is so recognized by the
army and navy and by the Fed-
eral government. In local c im-
munities this work is chann
through the establishment oi an
Army and Navy Committee rep-
resenting all Jewish community
and organizational life. Its pur-
is to coordinate all activi-
ties relating to the military.
National policies clear through
this Army and Navy Committee
for local application and local
efforts should be referred-to this
committee for coherent and ef-
fective solution of problems. The
functions of the committee are
to obviate duplication of parallel
efforts which dissipate the em r-
gies and resources available to
the detriment of soldier service.
Safety Cab Co.. Inc.
1545 Alton Road
Watchmakers and Jewelers
Official Timekeeper of Elk's Lodge
Visit Our Display of
GIFTS, LUGGAGE. JEWELRY
1053 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREET,NGS T0Au
ON THE BEACH
1437 WASHINGTON AVE
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
2186 N. W. 13th Ave.
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
Miss Yetta Greenstein, sister of
Rabl i Manuel Greenstein, left
[ay for her home in Ohio
after spending a ten day vaca-
Private Cy Simpler, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Simpler. 3101 Wash-
ington Rd., has returned to Camp
Blanding after spending the holi-
with his parents. A brother.
n Mi ses Simpler, lias also
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
To Our Friends of the
THE HAMILTON FAMILY
West Palm Beach
Best Wishes on the New Year
To All the Jewish People
R. D. HILL
Florida Power it Light Co.
West Palm Beach
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
To All Our Friends
J. O. BOWEN
Mayor, West Palm Beach
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
AND SON JOE
Extend New Year Greetings and
Best Wishes to
L. C. COHEN
of Palm Beach and New York
and to all Jewry
413 Hibiscus Street Ph. 8121
West Palm Beach. Florida
been spending a leave with his
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gold and
daughter Marion of Belle Glade
spent the Holidays in West Pain
Beach. Others spinning the Hol-
idays here wer Mr ai I kin
Zukerman, Delray, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. Leo Rader.
Sincere Best Wishes on the
West Palm Beach
SINCERE BEST WISHES ON
THE NEW YEAR
CECIL (Zeke) CORNftlUS
West Palm Beach
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Mrs. Rose Schutzbera
Palm Beach and
NEW YEAR GREETING
MRS. MARIE BLUMBERG
80 Washington Street
Hempstead, N. Y.
For the Best in Dairy
WEST PALM BEACH
Ask Your Local
For the Best
It Costs No Mor
OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA
SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS
Delictout Corned Beef
Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats
37th and Normal Ave. Chicago
HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN
Sealed in Cellophane for your protection
PREFERRED BY THOUSANDSMAY WE SERVE YOU?
Phone, MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 lor
GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM
SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER
SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE
BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM
Wo Sincerely Believe That There
la No Better Dairy Product Than
HOMES. MIAMI BEACH
NAUTILUS SECTION !
NEAR 41ST STREET
BRAND NEW bungalow. 3 bed-
rooms. 2 colorful tiled baths. I
standard plumbing fixtun s;
living room, dining room. '
large screened-in porch, fac-
ing S. E. Beautifully tiled .
kitchen. Solar and booster;
built on piling under string! m
F.H.A. commitment of ST.600
payable about $61 a month
including principal, interest, i
taxes and insurance.
ORIGINALLY priced S9.950. Re-
duced to $9,450
BUT WAR BONDS TOR PEACH
BUY A HOME TOR HAPPINE8S.
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor j
605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868
-2\ <~ Serving Palm Beach County, featuring t
\^}Se*tte*t_ Nationally Famous Southern Dairies n
US INSURANCE IGEI
318 HARVEY BUILDING
Writing Fire and all Kindred Line* ol Insurance