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The Jewish Floridian ( October 2, 1942 )

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PAGE TWO fjewisti fhridfirijn FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2. Social Personals • • Clubs Organizations Mrs. Sam Gurss has just returned from her summer home at Avonlake. Ohio and is now residing at 714 1st Street. Miami Beach. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler and their daughter, Barbara, have returned from Bradley Beach. New Jersey, where they spent their summer vacation. They are now residing on Miami Beach. • • • Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, president of the Temple Israel Sisterhood, announces the opening meeting of the year for the Sisterhood on Monday. Oct. 5th at 2:15 p. m. in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel. Most important matters relating to service, to the congregation, as well as to the community at large, will be on the agenda. Plans for social and cultural events for the coming year will be outlined, and discussed by the membership. A reception for new and old members will follow the business mooting, with Mrs. Jack Bernstein in charge of refreshments and Mrs Herbert A. Simon in charge of hospitality. • • • The Daughter's Chapter of the Frieda Markowitz Ladies Auxiliary Post No. 174 of the Jewish War Veterans are having a membership drive. Due to the present war situation, qualifications TOWER THEATRE S. W. 8th St. at 15th AIR-CONDITIONED Sat. Matinee Only Oct. 3 YANKEE GUNS vs. AXIS AGENTS "DMIGER in THE PACIFIC" WITH LEO CARILLO ANDY DEVINE DON TERRY • • • Sat. Afternoon starting 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru TUES. OCT. 3-6 GLENN MILLER AND HIS BAND GEO. MONTGOMERY ANN RUTHERFORD CESAR ROMERO LYNN BARI WITH // ORCHESTRA HJIUE5" EXTRA 'THE F. B. I. FRONT" in the New Issue oi MARCH OF TIME for membership make eligible sisters, granddaughters, neiccs and daughters of men in service. Any one wishing further information may call 7-5875. • • • On Sunday at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Grossman. 1263 S. W. 21st Terrace. Miami, and on Tuesday at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rothschild. 138 S. W. 22nd Terrace, at the Victoria hospital. • • • The Pidyon Haben of the son of Lt. and Mrs. H. B. Davis, 875 46th Street, Miami Beach, will take place at 8 p. m. Sunday. Rabbi S. M. Machtci and Jacob Cohn will conduct the Redemption ceremony. • • • The Mizrachi Women of Miami Beach open this season's activities with an Oneg Shabboss to be held Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Succah of the Beth Jacob Congregation at Washington Avenue and Third Street Miami Beach. Among those on the committee of arrangements are Mrs. F. Kalstein. Mrs. A. Adlerblum. Mrs. M. Genet. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on "The Woman in the Succah." Cantor Maurice Mamches will sing a number of appropriate melodies and a program will be presented by the members. • • • The Miami Jewish Orthodox Sisterhood held its first meeting of the year Monday afternoon.! Plans were made for the fiscal year including formative ideas for a Talmud Torah. Sunday School, and service to the en-. listed men in this area. A large group was present and election of : officers was held. Those select-' ed were: Mrs. M. Mandel, presi-| dent; Mrs. V. Mcll, vice president; Mrs. I. Orlansky, secretary; and Mrs. M. Bear, treasurer. Installation of these officers will be held this Sunday night, October 4. 8:30 o'clock in the synagogue, 590 S. W. 17th Avenue. Mrs. George Chertkof, chairman of the evening, has arranged a program of entertainment and refreshments. • • • The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Community Center is sponsoring a Biblical bazaar Saturday evening, October 7th. and Sunday afternoon and evening. October 8th, which is arousing considerable interest throughout the community. Organizations are choosing their representatives for the women's popularity contest which will take place in the Garden of Eden. Charm, talent and service to the community are the most important attributes of the contestants and outstanding radio and newspaper personaliies will be among the judges.. Dancing in the Garden of Eden will be to a big name orchestra. The offices of the Jewish Welfare Bureau have been moved from the Congress Building and are now located at 127 N. W. 2nd St.. Miami. The new offices will also house the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund, and will occupy Rooms 314-20. The Jewish Welfare Bureau is a unit of the Community Chest. F AG AN'S PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT 265 N. E. 2nd Street Miami Will Re-Open to Serve You FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9TH Decorations will be in the tradititional Biblical style. There will be a booth for "Israel Among the Nations." in which refugees will exhibit arts and crafts, fancy work, cookery, baked goods, etc. Admission to the bazaar is 10 cents. Mrs. Ben Marbach is in charge of arrangements. Miss Ruth Brotman, publicity. • • • A luncheon at the Russian Bear Restaurant, 929 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, on Wednesday. Oct. 7th at 2:30 noon, will mark the opening of the season for the National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section. A social and cultural program has been arranged. Guest speakers for the occasion will be Mr. Cloyd Head, war news commentator for WQAM. who will discuss topics of current interest. This will be followed by a musical program. Plans for the coming season will be outlined and discussed. Mrs. Monte Selig. president, will preside. Since only a limited number can be accommodated members are urged to make reservations at once by calling Council House. 3-6554. The monthly board meeting is scheduled for Monday morning at 10 o'clock at the Federation office in the Congress Building. • • • The Boy Scouts of Troop No. 6 are all set for a three-day camping trip to Snapper Creek, Oct 2. 3, and 4th. Each patrol will take their camp equipment and prepare their own meals. A special program has been arranged for camp activities. The troop will be in charge and under the supervision of Alfred Kahn. Scoutmaster, Nat Gans and Sylvan Wetstein. committeemen, and will leave from Y. M. H. A. hut promptly at 4 p. m. Friday. Oct. 2. • • • Howard Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 1847 S. W. 8th St., is in Miami together with two of his classmates, Wallace Dreyfuss and Irving Weincr. to spend a week with his parents. They will return to Georgia Tech in Atlanta where they are students. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shonfeld, 1428 S. W. 11th Terrace, have returned to the city after a three months' vacation in Saratoga. N. Y„ and adjacent areas. • • • Philip Berkowitz, president of the Y. M. H. A., has returned after an eight week combined business and pleasure trip. He spent the Holidays in New York with his wife who will return home shortly. • • • Second lieutenant in the Officers Training School at Miami Beach is Murry Kestenbaum. formerly of New York. Recent newlyweds. Mrs. Kestenbaum is at present residing in Miami Beach with her husband. • • • Mr. and Mrs. H. Zissen, 1250 S. W. 18th St., announce the marriage of their daughter Lilly to Corp. Arthur Lerner. The wedding was an event of Sept. 14th at the home of Rabbi Max Shapiro, who officiated. After a two weeks honeymoon the couple returned to Miami with Corp. Lerner leaving for Tallahassee where he is staioned with a medical detachment. • a • Marvin Apte. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte of Miami, is now a cadet at Gordon Military College. Barnesville. Ga. Cadet Apte is the fourth student in the Acedamy's ninety years of existence, who after entrance exams was promoted immediately to second year academic activity. • • • Clement Hammond left Miami Tuesday for Camp Blanding. having enlisted in the armed forces last week. He will be attached with the Ordnance department and is expected to be stationed in Maryland. A group of friends were hosts at a farewell in his honor Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blau. • • • Dr. Sanel Beer returned to Miami last week to reopen the Rivermont Park Sanitorium of which he is director. Dr. Beer spent the summer with the Tampa Municipal Hospital. • • • Alfred Kohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kohn, 600 W. 45th St.. Miami Beach, left this week i for Camp Blanding. Also leaving for Camp Blanding was Ber| nard Geringer. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Geringer. 4397 N. Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. • • • Benjamin Shapiro, formerly of Baltimore, and now a resident of Miami at 1535 S. W. 7th St.. left i Thursday to attend the wedding of his granddaughter. Miss Tillie Ruth Gordon, daughter of the %  late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gordon. The announcement was made by the sister of the bride| to-be. and will take place October 11th in Newport News. Virginia. The groom is Mr. Ira Norman Berger. son of Mr Mrs. Maurice Berger. Mr Sh piro will return in about a mon ^ Carl Wcinkle felt'last week bv plane to attend a convention 0 f the Grocers Association. He will return this week. Mrs. Joe Davis will i eaTe Newport News. Va. to visit her husband. Lt. Joe G. Davis, who is attending school of specialized training under the direction of the U. S. Navy. • • • Miss Cecil Rotfort has returned from a two weeks vacation visiting friends and relattvej in New York. • • • A farewell party was tendered to Miss Ruth Rubin last Saturday afternoon at Burdine's by a group of friends and co-workers prior to her leaving here to start a course at Smith's College and entering active service with the WAAVES. Miss Rubin's mother. Mrs. Isidore Rubin, was also an honored guest. The Rubins reside at 4411 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach. She was presented with luggage as a going away gift. She left Wednesday for New York to visit relatives and friends and then will go to Smith's College. Miss Rubin was active in defense work and was a case worker with the American Red Cross at time of enlisting, Among those present at the gathering were Mrs. Beatrice Vines, Miss Mary Reed, Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson, Miss Margaret Smith, Miss Carol Johnson. Miss Julia Stoppel. Pop Roney, Mrs. Freda Lustgarten, Mrs. Edith Howard, Mrs. Florence Gates, Miss Lois Parks. Miss Elizabeth Wilson, Mrs. Charlene Lobnetz, Mrs. Dorj othy Meyers. Mrs. Mary Benson, Mrs. Harriet Eppstein. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose. Miss Anna Leah | Rubin. Mrs. Millicent Beldner. Mrs. Morris Rubin. Mrs. Mattie Kuperberg. Mrs. Bertha Holtz berg. Mrs. Martha Myers, Miss Betty Mae Bender, Miss Eleanor Garvett. Miss Barbara Lewis, Miss Edna Lee, Miss Rose Appel. Mrs. Natalie Schatz. Miss Shirley Elkin. Mrs. Josephine Schwartz, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. COMING SOON--WATCH FOR IT! THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN RECOMMENDED BUSINESS DIRECTORY AND SPECIAL SERVICE BUREAU FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 2-1141 OR 2-0393 -.— -,^.-.... H ...^. ... i ... .. .. ( > ..._ rt & % % %  '&€& THE GARDEN OF MEMORIES mounT HBO 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. Perpetual Care Title Insurance Lote may be purchased on convenient terme Business Office 1014 Olympia Bldg. 3-5132 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU '::!.. ?A it,*" ft)':;; : : % 



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1942 +Jen istfkrMinn PAGE THREE MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI feature U prepared relations committee of i Th 9 „hilirelations committee of w the if'Yu ml Army and Navy Se lir ? ,er of h %  National Jewish Commute* 01 committee InC^;; l "(oa"r"d. The c chairf J,,S Pul Weltxman. *. ihutloni o this column are (CoB, L i arUcularly In the form of ..loomed >*rucu he > er gS W?w!S in the service.) Holiday Thanks Some of those people who fee •hat the men in uniform do not 1 nJr-iatc properly such arrangeaPP nK as were made for them ?n£ the High Holidays ought ITke .look at letters like the lowing, one of which is adJB to Mrs. Jennie Rotfort t other to Mr. and Mrs. Al W S taking this, the first opportunity, to really thank you Tyour hospitality I cerunly never expected yesterday awning that that day would be Se most enjoyable day since I ve been in the army -In fact I enjoyed myself so much during the day and during the services at men! that this morning I felt a hif or rather more than a bit homesick ... But that is over now Every one of the letters that I sent back home to New York had some part devoted to mention of the famous Southern hospitality and well—I cant go on repeating myself. •Just a little note of appreciation for the wonderful time we had at your place for Rosh Hashonah ... My wife and I really had a lovely time ... It certainly made us feel at home again ... So I am taking this opportunity to thank you again for your lovely hospitality and your swell meals you served Also thanks again to your mother and lather for their splendid hospitality ... I only wish that every Jewish boy in the service could have spent such a lovely holiday. Give my love to your son and best regards.'" Word from Major Stone Twas good the other day to hear from Major Elry Stone who. according to gossip in local circles, soon is in line for a promotion Elry is now stationed in Jacksonville and tells us that he enjoys it very much, although he and Mrs. Stone miss Miami. It is characteristic of Elry that the major part of his letter should be devoted to extolling the virtues of Alexander Brest, prominent Jewish community leader, who has been commissioned a major in the U. S. Army engineering corps Elry had the pleasure of administering the oath of office to him. Alex Brest is well known throughout Florida, not only because he is the head of the Duva! Engineering Company, but because of his many Jewish interests ... As head of the Florida State Resettlement Service, he was responsible for much progress in this area, and as president of the Jacksonville Jewish Community Council, had an equally great share in the various campaigns for Jewish relief. Major Brest will be sorely missed in Jacksonville. This week we continue our thumbnail sketches of Jewish m i in the service. Here they are: Corporal Norman B. Cohen has *en in the service since November. 1941. He is stationed at Fort fackson, S. C, in the Field Artillery. Pvt. Abraham J. Kaplan now is >n the Army Air Corps Ground wiool at St. Petersburg. Al%  n ugh only in the army since rebruary, he has found use for "is former experience as a criminal attorney. He is now doing special investigations for the mil, ""TV police. 'u*t Lt. Ely R. Katz was a rei r v? officer when called to the ^rvice in March. 1941. He now ~ a First Lieutenant in the en!! n ^r corps at Elgin Field. Valparaiso, Ind. Katz was the bandleader when he attended the University of Florida and originated the Florida Clubmen. Pvt. Leo Lipowsky was inducted into the service on July 25. When last contacted he was still at Camp Blanding awaiting assignment. Air Cadet Harold Newman wanted to become a flying cadet so badly that he closed his business in order to make this possible. In the army since April as an enlisted man, he is now stationed at San Antonio, Texas. Pvt. Martin L. Rothschild has been in the service since March. Originally stationed at Fort Niagara, he has been transferred to Camp Claiborne, La., where his former hobby, chrystograming, now is of great help in his present work in the Radio Signal Air Corps. Pvt. Bernard Greenstein is now stationed at Camp Gordon. Augusta, Ga. He has been in the army since June, 1941 and and received his basic training at Ft. Benning, Ga. Pvt. Greenstein is an expert on the rifle range. I CAMPAIGN GETS UNDER WAY; IS L (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) ing the Army and Navy Committee. The Y. W. H. A., the Women's organization, sponsors book reviews, card parties, and other socials The "Y" is a constituent member of the National Jewish Welfare Board,a member of the Central Council of Social Agencies of Dade County, and a participating member in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. SERVICE MEN'S LEAGUE TO OPEN DOORS TO WOMEN THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ The Beth Jacob Service Men's League, 311 Washington Ave„ Miami Beach, has opened their doors to wives of service men with a daily program every week-day afternoon from 12 to 3. Knitting and sewing classes will occupy part of the program. KEEP 'EM FLYING—By buying Defense Stamps and Bonds. Y.M.H.A. Stages Gala Concert' In line with the policy of the Y. M. H. A. to give the community the best of everything, a gala concert took place at the "Y" auditorium last Monday night, September 28, when four outstanding concert artists rendered excellent performances in vocal and instrumental selections. In accordance with the request of the army, the names of these artists cannot be publicized. However, this much can be said, that were these artists to perform in civilian life on one stage, at least a $10.00 admission would have to be paid by anyone desiring to see and hear them. Operatic tenors, a concert pianist and one of the outstanding living violinists of the day were among the stars. In short, it was the greatest thing that ever happened in this city. The auditorium was crowded. Persons jammed every inch of space. The Y. M. H. A. feels very proud to have had the privilege of presenting such a concert to the general public, more. Leslie Bain to Review Book The book review for the Y. W. H. A will begin on Wednesday evening, October 28, when Leslie B. Bain, famous radio commentator and author, will open the sries of book reviews with a review of his recent book, "War and Confusion." Mr. Bain needs no introduction to the Miami people. He has broadcast the news over various ladio stations for a long while. More details will be given later. Calisthenics Class for Women A class of calisthenics for women will start very shortly under the leadership of an army instructor. All women interested, please register immediately at the office. As soon as sufficient persons have registered, the class will commence. AHMY's to Resume Meetings Miss Shirley Rothschild, sponsor of the AHMY Girls, one of the "Y" groups of girls between the ages of 14 and 16, will commence the fall activities next Tuesday, October 4, at 4 o'clock. All girls between the above ages Watch for are requested to attend this meeting. PALMER Funeral Khoper2001 W. FLAGLCR ST.. *ESicT* 9-2664 Philip Berkowitz President of Y. M. H. A. The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. Suite 309 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry The "Y" maintains an excellent employment bureau, a social service deportment, and a room registry service for the accommodation of the community without cost. The Y. M. H. A. Annual Summer Home Camp, which received widespread endorsement and acclamation was inaugurated by Maurice Grossman, Executive Director, in the summer of 1939. From an enrollment in that year one in the city. The officers of the "Y" are: President, Phil Berkowitz; VicePresident, Leo Ackerman; Secretary, Al Reisman; Treasurer, George Goldberg; Executive Director. Maurice Grossman. The Board of Directors include: Murray Apte, Jack Apte. Dr. Samuel Beckman, Al Berkowitz, Joseph A. Berman. Nat Blumberg, George Chertkof, Aaron Edelman, Larry Grossberg, Marty Milstein, Al Pallot. Abe Pepper. George Rachlin, Frank Rose, Harry Schwartz, Sam Seitlin, Fred K. Shochet, Bernard Sterling, Herman Waitsman, Carl Weinkle, Jules Wilson. Sept. 20. 1942 Secretary, Y. M. H. A. 1567 S. W. 5th Street Dear Sir: Even though we are late in assuring you of our great appreciation for your cooperation in entertaining our crippled children, we are truly thankful to you. The children enjoyed every minute of the time, and without your help we would not have been able tc take care of them. With best wishes. Sincerely, The Anna Miller Circle of Miami MARTHA P. TAGG Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Pearl Reiiman President of Y. W. H. A. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. R APID ADVANCEMENT lor High School Graduate* Phone or Write for Bulletin No Obligation CHARRON WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 601 Poital Bldg. Ph. 3-4859 Miami Forida A pure vegetable shortening. For cooking, baking and frying all your meat and dairy dishes. Easy to digest; no after-taste. No smoke or unpleasant odor when you fry the NYAFAT way... Leo Ackerman Vice-President and Chairman of the Board. Y. M. H. A. Hove jrou fried: %  ekeock Kesker Co.de.ied Soepi tl. Vorletlei A Spoonful I ncite, a Plateful" ^__^^AT YOU 0"OCit'S of thirty-two campers, it has grown until the past summer it numbered more than one hundred boys and girls of the ages of 5 to 14It has accommodated those under-privileged children who. were it not for the camp, would be deprived of these activities. The Y. M. H. A. has also gone into the Beach, starting with a Home Camp this past summer. The future programs call for a great deal of extension work in the cultural, athletic and lecture field at the Beach. An extensive program is being planned today so that everyone at the Beach can join the "Y" feeling that he will get as much benefit as anyAn Open Letter to the Y.M.H.A: I want to thank all the memers and officers of the "Y" for securing for me the position of salesman at • Your employment bureau is a wonderful asset to the Jewish youth of Miami. I wish the "Y" afl the glory it deserves for it's wonderful service. Most sincerely yours, and ever grateful, HERBERT BOGNER 137 S. W. 19th Ave. September 11, 1942. Mr. Maurice Grossman 1567 S. W. 5th Street Miami. Florida Dear Mr. Grossman: Thanks a lot for the information regarding the ping-pong table. We picKed it up the other day and it has been greatly enjoyed by the men. If you know where we could get a piano we would like to have one as we are getting an orchestra started in the Gables and need one for rehearsals. I am going to come out to see you the first chance I have. Thanking you again, I remain Sincerely EDWARD J. 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PAGE FOUR vJenisfi fhcridlic*n PLANT AND MAIN 21 S. W. SECOND P. O. BOX 2973 OFFICES AVENUE PHONE 2-1141 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Months. $1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1942 TISHRI 21, 1942 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 40 WHY THE "Y" The Y. M. H. A. is in the midst cf a community wide membership drive. To date it is by far the most thorough ground covering and comprehensive task, along these lines, ever attempted in the organization's history. We disagree with the slogan of the current campaign "Keep the Y Doors Open." It implies that lack of success in the drive will mean the closing of the Y. We disagree. The Y. M. H. A. of Greater Miami has found its place in the community. It has carved for itself a niche that is deeply rooted, firmly grounded and morally sound. Its future today does not depend on the success of any one undertaking. Its rate of progress does. Its employment of a capable and understanding executive director and the wise foresight of its officers and directors in allowing that director free rein in planning and guiding the course of the institution's character-building youth and adult program has shown profitable results. The Y today is not only a recreational agency but is also an educational as well as a service agency. The Y plays a vital role in the preparedness program. Its job in normal times is to maintain morale. Now the task assumes added importance in this period of emergency. Character building, youth training, vocational guidance, healthy recreation and social activities, training in democracya program, the importance of which does not require too much imagination to realize during the present time of crisis. The Y is useful to the Army and Navy by providing hospitality, entertainment and normal social activities for soldiers and sailors. Iis successful manifold activities, despite many obstacles, has placed the Y. M. H. A. on record that by the present results can be gauged its future place in the growing community. The change in the Y during the past few years is very evident. It has grown and expanded until now it has earned the recognition it is receiving as the real nucleous for the Y to come, the future Community Center. The Y. M. H. A. has at the moment the greatest opportunity for making its resources and those of its community effective instruments for building morale in communities and in camps for meeting the problems of youth, both in the present emergency and as a permanent measure; for enlarging its activities, along economic lines by providing for vocational guidance, with all its implications, along recreational and cultural lines by raising the standards and enlarging the scope of its group work, along educational lines by strengthing its Jewish educational program, thus helping our young people and adults in the maintenance of Jewish group consciousness through a more thorough understanding of the principles on which Jewish morale has been upheld through the centuries. At this time the responsibilities in its relationship to the Civilian and Defense program of the nation are such as to call for the planning and execution of the highest order in strengthening that program. The contribution of an effective Y program must necessarily redound to the elevation of the morale and social welfare of the community and the nation This program takes additional MANPOWER. It takes additional finances. With that manpower finances become minimized. Every man, woman and child can affiliate themselves with the Y. Everyone should. The importance of continuing the Y's past and present program of activities is unestimable. The importance of coping with the added problems of the present emergency cannot be valued nor should they. They must be met! The importance of expanding its program filling a rapidly growing community's needs and ever increasing problems is self evident. Affiliate Now! Join the Y! Take part in the program and become a part of that MANPOWER! Don't wait to be solicited! Join Now! FRIDAY. OCTOBERj jOi. ARE YOUR CHILDREN RECEIVING A JEWISH EDUCATION? m DEDICATION "Three years ago, Hitler's legions launched their first blitzkreig against the people of Poland. In these three years men and women and children have died, nations have been tortured and enslaved, to satisfy the brutal lust for power of a few inhuman tyrants— German, Italian, Japanese. "To the defeat of such tyrants—to the removal from this earth of the injustices and enequalities that create such tyrants and breed new wars—this nation is wholy dedicated." —President Roosevelt, speaking at dedication of the Navy Medical Center at Methesda, Md. Jewish Parents—If your children ot school age are not as yet enrolled in a Hebrew School or Sunday School, register thorn NOW. Do not delay. Do not postpone. Make it oossible for your children to learn and aoDreciate their Jewish tradition. A good Jewish education will help your children grow UD into self-respecting Jews and loya: Americans. Registration of pupils is being held at this time in local Hebrew and Sunday schools ENROLL YOUR CHILDREN NOW! "No matter how long the occupation of Yugoslavia may last our people will remain spiritually unconquered and will never accept any of the Nazi doctrines of hatred We in our country never knew any anti -Jewish feeling and many of our Jewish citizens have been taking a prominent part in our lives. This feeling of sympathy and friendship is natural and it will never be changed by any of Hitler's or Mussolini's legislation. "On the day when through the victory of the United Nations a real new order is established in Europe, this common suffering of our Jewish citizens will give a new impetus to the close collaborations and the traditional Serbian friendship for our fellow citizens of all religions."—Constantin Fotitch, Minister Plenipotentiary of the Government of Yugoslavia to the United States. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMtietty eonpdentud -By PHINEAS J. BIRONNEW WORLD IDEALS "It is to preserve this New World identity, this New World love of liberty, this New World of peace, this New World love of education and the dignity of the common man, that Mexico and the United States and other New World countries have joined in the great struggle of the United Nations. "We are fighting against the monsters of tyranny and savage force, wherever on the earth they must be fought. "We do not turn our backs on the Old World. We know that freedom cannot be safe in the New World unless it is secure in the entire world. We know that our devotion to New World ideals and our utter willingness to sacrifice our all in the defense give the millions in the Old World the courage to fight on." -Vice President Henry A. Wallace. SHOFAR KEY TO FAITH IN VICTORY "In the moral and spiritual education of the children of Israel the use of the shofar exemplifies in a symbolic way the teachings of our prophets that swords should be turned into ploughshares and spears into pruning hooks; in a word, that men should learn to transform and sublimate their impulses and instrumentalities as to create a world of law and order, justice and peace. "In the earliest days of the history of Israel the shofar was used for the same purpose as our siren is today; either to sound an alarm or to give the signal for battle. As the children of Israel grew in insight and in their understanding of life's problems, they put the shofar to higher uses. In the course of time this very shofar became the symbolic instrument in the awakening of man's intelligence and conscience."—Rabbi Samuel H. Goldenson. JEWISH NEWS Next month New York will be the scene of a huge mass meeting at which a Committee demanding a Jewish government-in-exile will be launched One of America's bestknown aviation experts is expected to be a key figure on that occasion Now that Ben Gurion is back in Palestine, and rather at odds with Dr. Weizmann, rumors are flying thick and fast that the Labor Zionists and the Revisionists will make peace and form a united front The Zionist Convention in New York will be a regular love fest, and will issue important data on Jewish efforts in and contributions to the war The New York headquarters of the Conmittee for a Jewish Army was the scene of a unique ceremony the other day when Congressman Andrew L. Somers o! Brooklyn, one of the Committee's most active members, presented to his son Arthur the wings he had worn as an Air Corps flyer in World War No. 1 Young Somers has just become a flyer with the 1942 Marine Air Corps. WHAT GOES ON Ambassador Lawrence Steinhardt will soon be dropping into Washington for a spell to report on the situation in Turkey and the Near East, we hear But he'll be returning to his Turkish post When you read "Sabotage," Michael Sayers' and Albert E. Kahn's expose of the "secret war against America," keep in mind that many of the subversive activities described were first exposed by none other than Walter Winchell ... No wonder the Nazis and their stooges here don't like Walter The Jewish Family Year Book 1943 will make its appearance next month The publisher is Emil Flesch, a refugee from Yugoslavia, who was decorated for bravery during the first World War The editor of this publication is B. Z. Goldberg, the well-known journalist. TRANSATLANTIC On a wall in Amsterdam, reports Leonard Lyons, Nazi officials recently posted a notice detailing the menu of a delicious dinner featuring specialties of the various nations Among the more prominent items were Norwegian salmon, French wine, Brussels sprouts, Greek salad, Danish pastry, and Holland chocolate ... So while nobody was looking some Dutch wit chalked underneath the poster: "What's the good of all that, when you can't have caviar?" The Nazi New Order, according to a current gag, relieves the German people of all need for any exertion whatsoever ... Not only do the conquered nations do all the work, but Hitler does the thinking for them, Goebbels the talking, and Goering the eating. ENTERTAINMENT FIELD Comedian Jack (Vas you dere, Sharlie?) Pearl has it all fixed to take the curse off the Baron von Munchausen when he resumes his radio portrayal of that legendary figure this month ... In the very first broadcast of the series the once Germanic Baron will be identified as a native of Holland • %  It'll be director Gregory Ratoff himself who'll be portraying Arnold Reuben in the film about the restaurateur This because Reuben staked Ratoff to many a meal when the then impecunious actor couldn't afford to pay cash for his victuals. The portrayal is Ratoff's way of reiterating his thanks • • Now it's composer Jerome Kern who's scheduled to be the subject of a biographical film Oscar Hammerstein 2nd will write the screen play Remember Sybil Jason, the little South African girl who spent a couple of seasons m Hollywood five years ago, and then went back home, after making only a few pictures? She's in her teens now, and hopes to return to these shores before long to make another bid for stardom. ABOUT PEOPLE Anna Seghers, author of that fine novel of underground anti-Nazi movement in Germany, "The Seventh Cross," is one (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1942 *Jewisfi fhridian PAGE FIVE Wi th the Houses o fWorship of the Greater Miami Area MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Btiolld Avenue Miami Heach ,, BAMUBL BBJN8ION, Rabbi p::.; Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Schedule of Services nailv al a. m and 7 Pm ; ribbolos Sliabbos Friday at 6:30 n m Saturdays at 9 a. m. and 630 p. inSundays at 8:30 a. m. and Military at 8 a. m. Shemini Atzeret Services Friday, October 2 at 7 p. m., and Saturday, October 3 at 9 a m The Yizkor, Memorial services' will take place at 10:30 a. m Dr. Samuel Bension will sneak on the subject of "The Invisible Guests at the Celebration." Children's Simchot Torah Celebration In accordance with Jewish trad'tiun the Simchat Torah, Rejoicing of Hie Law, services at the Jewish Center are a most joyous and cay event. The ser:il begin on Saturday, October 3 at 7 p. m. Every child attending will receive a flag and candv through the courtesy of the and will be permitted to participate in the procession with the Holy Scrolls, which is accompanied by singing and dancing of Chassidic melodies and the modern Palestinian songs. Even-one is welcome and you owe it to your child to give him or her a taste of the joy in Judaism which is really the essence of our religion. The Simchat Torah services on Sunday, October 4 will begin at 9 a. m. Every man and boy attending will be given an "Aliyah," a Torah honor and will be served Kiddush and refreshments. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. MIAMI. FLORIDA 590 S. W. 17th Avenue CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) I3S V W, Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Residence Ph 2-J176 Mrs. Louis Uargullea, Reporting CONGREGATION SCHAAREI ZEDEK (Gates of Justice) 1545 S. W. Third Street Miami, Florida BETH SHOLOM CENTER 781 lls-i Street MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9793 8. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi 1430 s. W. nil, Ti rrace, -Miami Phone J-2579 TEMPLE ISRAEL 1J7 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN, Ph.D. Rabbi Emeritus" Indian Creek Drlve6-1265 Miami Beach RABH1 '"I..MAN A. ZW1TMAN jit".' l.i'liuve Drive, Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 Rabbi Zwitman win be in the Tempi) y morning. You may consult a on matter* concerniui; the community, or your personal i>>u will be assured symhearlng ai,d advice, and, say, e ton matter wlil be br.j in strict confidence. Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the i i gation."—Hillel. Closing Eve of the Sukos Festival Service will be held on Friday evening, Oct. 2 at 8:15 p. m. Tnis ithe annual combined Sukos service and Rejoicing with Officers, members of gation, and the youtui m the congregation will ate in the procession. Closing Day of Sukos and Memorial Service will be held Saturday morning, October 3 at 1:00 a. m. Rabbi Zwitman will speak on the sublet: "A Booth in the Wilderness." Bar Mitzvah The bar mitzvah celebration of Alan Westin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin, will be held at the temple services Saturday Oct. 3 a t 1:00 a. in. A reception in honw "f the bar mitzvah will be tendered by his parents, after the servi %  Sisterhood A woman who fcareth the fcwd. she shall be praised."— Proverbs, Annual inaugural meeting of H* Sisterhood will be conducted ln Kaplan Hall on Monday afternoon, Oct. 5 at 2:15 o'clock. This Business meeting of the Sisternuocl will outline the years ^nedulc and will formulate P'ans lor the year's work. All %  ward members, as well as the 'CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Service Schedule Daily Minyon, B:00 a. m.; Mincha. 7:00 p. m.: Maariv, 715 p m,; Saturday, 9:00 a. m. Services Services will be held Friday evening at 0:30 and 7:00 to be followed by Hakofas. Saturday morning services will start at 9, Yizkor will take place at 10:311 and Saturday evening Simchas Torah services will be held, fedlowed by Hakofas. Afternoon services at 6:30 and 7. Sunday morning prayer will being at 9 and in the afternoon as on Saturday. Sisterhood The first meeting of the sisterhood took place last week and the election of officers was held. Elected include. Mrs. M. Mandid, president: Mrs. V. Mell, vicepresident; -Mrs. I. A. Orlansky. secretary, and Mrs. M. Bear, treasurer. The public is invited to attend the installation which will take place Sunday. October 4 at 8:30 p. m. at the synagogue. Refreshments will be served Mrs. Mandcd asks all those women who desire to please be present. Any woman is eligible though their husbands are not members of the congregation. The next meeting of the Sisterhood will take place at the synagogue at 2:30 p. m. on Tuesday. October 13. Meeting A general membership meeting of the congregation will take place at the' synagogue Tuesday. October 6. at 3 p. m. Al! members are urged to attend as vital matters with regard to the conation will be acted upon. Nomination of officers will also take place'. Talmud Torah All members who have children of Talmud Torah age and their friends are asked to be present at the general meeting. Decision will be' made at this meeting concerning future plans and reorganization of the Talmud Torah. now affiliated with the Associated Talmud Torah System. Congratulations The congregation and the Sisterhood join in congratulating Mrs. George Chertkof, Sylvia, to her many friends, upon the an. nouncoment tha she has joined the WAACS. • Permanent Calendar Daily services at 8:00 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.: late Friday evening services, 8:15 p. m.; Sabbath services, 8:30 a. m.; Junie>r services, Saturday 10:30 a. m.; Sh'losh S'udos, Saturday 0:45 p. m.; Hebrew School, daily 4 to 7 p. m.; Bar Mitzvah group, Sunday 8:30 a. m.; Sunday School 10:30 a. m. Shemini Azeras Services Services for the concluding days of Succas, Friday evening, at 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "What Peace After War?" Yiscor Services Yiscor or Memorial services during Shemini Azeras, Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Subject, "Life's Negations." Simchas Torah Services for "Rejoicing Over Ihe Law'' for adults and children Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "A New Law and Order." Services for Simcha Torah Sunday morning at 8:30 o'clock. for adults and children. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Ch. Hollander will officiate at all services. Talmud Torah Registration continues in our Talmud Torah. as well as in the other Associated Hebrew Schools. ter your child at once. Sunday School Registration at our Sunday School will take place Sunday morning. October 11th at 10:00 o'clock. Old pupils are to go to last year's class room, and new pupils to the office. YESHIYA EDUCATIONAL CENTER TEMPLE EMANU-EL jsni South Andiw; Avenue Ft. Lauderdale, Florida RABBI SA.Ml-KI. HALEV1 IJAKON Telephone His 70.". s. K. 9th Btreet Succos services will be held Friday evening at 6:30, Saturday and Sunday mornings at 9. Rabbi J. Shulman of New Jersey will address worshippers both days. Evening services for both days I will start at 6.:30. Saturday | morning Yizkor will be recited I at 10:30 and that evening and Sunday morning the Hakofas ceremony'will be observed. The' Center is located at 846 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. Services The final days of the Succoth Festival will be observed in our synageigue' starting Friday evening at 6:45 and on Saturday morning at 9. At will be recited. A Torah party immediately after Hakofas Saturday evening will be given to which the general membership as well as the publie eif Greater Miami is cordially invited. The Ladies Auxiliary will be in charge of the refreshments and special preparations for the children have been made. Sunday morning services at 9, with Hakofas at 11. Evening services on both days will start at 6:30. Sisterhood The Sisterhood is in charge of registration of the Talmud Torah and Sunday School. Teachers for the Sunday School are now being selected and a principal for the school will be announced next week. Additional memers for the auxiliary are now being enrolled following the appeal made during the Holidays. As soon as this is completed plans for the election of permanent officers will be announced. Talmud Torah Registration fur the' Talmud Torah is being accepted daily at the synagogue and announcement of the opening classes will be made next week. Our school is cooperating with the Associated Talmud Torah System and will abide by its standards. A teacher is being selected and is expected in Miami next week in time for the opening. A special classroom for the Talmud Torah will be established in the rear of the synagogue building with a connecting entrance. This type classroom will be entirely new to Miami Talmud Torahs. being completely different from anything ever used for that purpose here in Miami. It will afford ample light, thorough ventilation, individual writing facilities and many other improvements. Upon completion the classroom will be open to the public for inspection. Work will be started Monday and will be rushed to completion within a week to ten days. General Meeting A general meeting of our congregation will be held week after next. Nomination of officers will take place. Regular Services Daily services are held at Beth Sholom Center at 9 a. m. and 7 p. m. Residents of the area served by the Center will find 10:30 \izkor: their Kaddish and Yahrzeit needs gala Sunchas; satisfied by these services. Succoth Services Regular services are held daily at 9 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath and Shemini Otzereth services will be held at 7 p. m. today, to usher in the closing days of the Succoth festival. At the 8:15 service tonight. Rabbi S. M. Machtei Will preach on "The Lesson of Succoth." Tomorrow's service will begin at 9 a. m. At the Yizkor service, at 10 a. m. Rabbi Machtei will preach on "The Law of Tithes'' Simchath Torah services will be held at 7 p. m. tomorrow, to be followed by the Hakkafoth. Sunday morning's Simchath Torah service will start at 9 o'clock. Yom Kol Hane'Orim Thechildren of members and worshippers, whether enrolled in the Beth Sholem religious school or not, have been invited by the Sisterhood to be their guests at a Succah party after the Hakkafoth on Saturday night. The children of the National Children's Cardiac Home will be the special guests at 10:30 a. m. on Sunday. The Sisterhood committee in charge of the Succah party is composed of Mrs. Chas. Tobin, Mrs. Abe Zinnamon, Mrs. J. Slaff. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washinpion Avenue and Third Btreet, Miami Beach MOSES ME8CHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1828 MAURICE MAMCHESf. Cantor 621 Lennox Ave., I'hone 5-7133 Shemini Atzereth and Sabbath services Friday at 8 p. m. Religious School and chath Torah services Sund 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood benefit social. to both men and women, day at 8 p. m. Sewing for the Red Cross, ish War Relief Society, and dies for America, Tuesday 12:30 to 5 p. m. Simay at open MonBritBunfrom CONG. BETH ABRAHAM BE 100% WITH YOUR Services Services for the last two days of Sukkos will take place Friday evening at 7, Saturday morning at 8:30, with Yizkor at 11:30. Simchas Torah evening services will start at 7:15 p. m. Sunday at 8.30 a. m. Refreshments will follow the services. Rabbi H. M. Kagan will address the worshipers on Saturday and Sunday morning on the meaning of the Festival. R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 CONGREGATION SHAARAY TEFILA 440 Espanola Way Miami Beach Shemini Atzeres and Simchas Torah services of Congregation Shaaray Tefila, temporarily located at 440 Espanola Way. Miami Beach, are scheduled for Friday at 6:30 p. m.; Saturday at 9 a. m. and 6 p. m., and Sunday at 9 a. m. and 6 p. m. Rabbi Joseph Racjtovsky will conduct the services and will speak at the Saturday morning services on the subject, "The Nations of the World." Yizkeir services will take place Saturday at 11 a. m. A special Simchas Torah program is being prepared by the committee. Religious Services Shemini Atzeres services will be held at 7 p. m. Friday evening and at 9 a. m. Saturday. Yizkor, Memorial services will be conducted at 10:30 a. m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will preach on "They Linger On." Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services. Simchass Torah will be celebrated Saturday night at 7:30. Flags, and refreshments will be distributed among all children. Refreshments will also be served adults. Services will be held Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. Service men are our invited guests. Religious School Inauguration of the new Associated Talmud Torah curriculum takes place this coming week in all classes. Classes are held between the hours of 4 and 7 p. m. Registration proceeds each week day afternoon. Those interested in serving as teachers in our Sunday morning sessions are asked to call our rabbi at the earliest opportunity. The' first Sunday morning session (CONTINUED ON PAGE > ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY GENTLE RIDING HORSES E. J. ALBERT & SON 13575 N. E. 6th Avenue REASONABLE RATES DRINK mm WVITAMIN DRINK Made From Fresh Oranges MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GORDON FUNERAL HOME YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th AVENUE PHONE 3-3431 WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION •( 1



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PAGE SIX fJenist flcrkJian FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER BETH SHOLOM CENTER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5, Sunday School Entertainment The Center Religious School will open its season on Sunday, October 11 at 10 a. m. with a | be at the Center at 7:30 p. m. on grand celebration. A very fine I Saturday. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ) Mrs. B. Appel, and Mrs. Harry Kohn. Children wishing to participate in the Hakkafoth should program has been prepared. The school will be under the personal supervision of Dr. Samuel Bension, assisted by the well known gifted dramatic teacher, Molka Reich, as principal. The faculty consists of college trained teachers, with specialized pedagogic training. Children should be registered no later than Sunday morning. October 11. Prizes of $5, $3. and S2 in war stamps will be awarded to the children bringing in the largest number of friends into our Sunday School. Sisterhood Biblical Bazaar There has been a most gratifying response by the Jewish women organizations in Greater Miami to the Sisterhood appeal for candidates in the ladies popularity contest which is one of the main features of this unique event opening on Saturday night. October 17. and closing Sunday night, October 18. Among other features are the Garden of Eden." dancing to the tunes of a big name orchestra; ""Sarah's Tent."' and exhibition of refugee arts and crafts, etc. Admission will be the nominal amount of one dime. Honor Roll The following are among those who have generously responded to Dr. Bcnsion's appeal on Yom Kippur in support of the Center: $750.: Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glosser. Religious School The registration books for Sunday school and the Talmud Torah are still open. Sunday School classes will start officially Sunday, October 11 at 10 a. m. Talmud Torah classes will convene on Monday, October 12th at 4 p. m. Dr. Max Ellis, acting president of Beth Sholom Center, and Harry Kohn, chairman of the board of education, will welcome the children to the Succah party. STRICTLY Tidbits from Eyerywher* by PHINEAS J. BrRON TEMPLE ISRAEL MATH GENIUSES ATTENTION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) of the very few Occidental writers who have studied the Chinese language Abe Simon, the heavyweight boxer who once aspired to Joe Louis' crown, is an aircraft worker now Abe. as we believe we've told you, wouldn't be much good in the army, as his fingers are too huge to manipulate a trigger The drop-hammer he operates at Republic Aviation is more his size. While we're on the subject of pugilism, we may pass en to you the fact, reported by Elsa Maxwell, that Bernard M. Baruch at one time was a champion boxer. 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RETORT DEVASTATING Most of us have at one time or i .mother wished we could find' some way of shutting up those | loud-mouthed if not numerous individuals who insist on dwellAIH in great detail, and at the top of their voices, on their grievances in these unusual times So you'll be glad to hear about the refugee who was listening to one of these pests rave on for hours about how the New Deal is ruining the country, how trouble: some the various rationing sys-1 terns are. etc. You know the type Anyway, as Winchell reports it. the refugee finally could not stand the squawking any longer 'If you don't like this country." he squelched, "why don't you go back where I came from?" WEEKLY GIGGLE In Amsterdam, as you know, most of the citizens still are loyal to their Queen Wilhelmina The story is told of one such household, which naturally had trouble getting any food beyond the bare necessities of life ... So one day a neighbor told the housewife that there was one sure way of getting a good supply a meat and vegetales—take down the picture of the Queen. and put up Hitler's likeness instead Desperate, the housei wife did just that, and within a couple of hours her larder was replenished Came suppertime and her husband Seeing the new decoration on the wall, he inquired: "How come?" Explained the wife: "Oh. that's my new grocer." (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5; membership of the Sisterhood at large, are urged to attend. Religious School "Even more important than the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem, is the teaching of children."—Talmud. Regular classes or the Temple Israel Religious School will be; tin Sunday morning, October 4 i at 10 o'clock. The registration of new pupils, assignment to classes | and the opening school assembly will take place. Children of the Religious School are extended a special and i.iost cordial invitation to attend the Torah Festival this Friday evening. Oct. 2 at 8:15 o'clock. There will be a Youth procession 1 with the Torah, and delicacies %  will be presented to the children I y the school board committe. In Memoriam ""May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Eugenia Wolff Eloom. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. EuLcne Bloom and sist-r of Henry E Wolff; Louis B. Rifas. husband of Mrs. Rose Rif.s and brother of Hyland Rifas. Yahrzeits: Abraham Wolkowsky, father of I. Wolkowsky; Charles Ncidonbi-rg, father of Mrs. Jos. L. Arkin; Lynn Raff, daughter nf Mrs. Rose Raff, and sister of N. Douglas Raff and Bertram Raft: David Zaban, father of Mrs. Michael A. Cohen. Floral offering of last week presented in memory of Ferdinand Hoffman. BETH I A C O B CONGREGATION —Buy War Bonds Today— in Miami, Florida SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT BTAm.isHrn in ins hrmorwD SANITARIUM With cheerful Hotel A lMO i p h m Por Itat. CofiTalMceot. Ctireatle sns Ante Medleel OrtdaM* Wietaa. nd Dietetic M*fr R*ent Pheetetan. Oomplet* Pnrttol TtMrpe. Fear ACTM La4c*ped Orotrodt. Sport*. Reermtlme. A. w nug prss. 1 w IT ATI v iiD. 1M. D*r. tts s. w. seek crs. KI. -a. rwM. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE will be held Sunday, Octohor i. at 10 o'clock. October n Our Service Men A service banner and an oft; Cial listing of men in the sorvi'l who are members or scW of i members of our congregation are being made for display ln T T .Community Building Tie ft? lowing is our present hs. any member or son of a men i ber is in the service who is not included in this list, we request that such name be called in .„ our office this week for inclusJulius Baida, Bernard Backer Dr. Benjamin Coleman, Albert Coopersmith, William Coo D ersmith, David Fleeman. Jerome Fleeman, Dr. Leonard Finn. Ber nard Frank. Dr. Stanley FrehUng, Harry Golden. Harold Goldstein, Robert Goldstein, Morris |L. Josepher, Leo Lipowsky, Ernest J. London, Baron deHirsch Meyer. Morris M. Orovitz, Leo Reinhard. Henry Reinhard. Mortimer Sasslaw, Dr. Harry Silverman, Leonard Tobin, Jack Tobin David Berg. Howard deVorkin and James Bullowa. Sisterhood Meeting Our Sisterhood held its first meeting of this season in our Succah Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, preceded by a meeting of the board of directors at 1 p. m. A new Hebrew-Education or Ivriah committee was appointed. A new service committee was appointed to work together with a similar committee of the congregation in behalf of our Service Men's Service Club. Plans for the coming year were discussed. The following dates are published so that other organizations may avoid conflict with planned undertakings: Tuesday. October 27. Wednesday. Nov. 26, and Thursday. December 10. Congregational Meeting A regular meeting of the membership of our congregation was held Thursday night. A semiannual financial report was tendered. Committee reports were rendered. A new service committee was appointed to work together with the Sisterhood committee on behalf of our Service Men's Service Club. All members are invited to take part in this outstanding community service which we perform every week-day evening in the week. London (WNS)—A pitiful appeal addressed to the Jews of the United States to send medical I supplies, food and clothing to the Jews of Rumania through the facilities of the International Red Cross has been received here. MEMBERSHIP DRIVE WOULD DOUBLE NUMBER OF P.W.O. HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN c—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOUJ Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. 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FRIDAY OCTOBER 2, 1942 +Jewisti fkridKam PAGE SEVEN THE FLYING CHAPLAIN By WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN Mnte' An a %  pectal frat""SL tawish Kiori'iian present a "" %  .,,'in a S.TI.- "f two articles on %  "'', Jh.i-i I.. C.oUlberK. following lain J "'V t ,,ur of our Caribbean outlieu" &*UgBf m *J*JZA N*tH Jewnn War IINavy chaplain In World During the past week it was '"nlpasure to spend a delight STfcWhours with the first rabbi y<5er_the,United StatesJJavy A.rine'World War II. He is Sain Joshua L. Goldberg of jThird naval district. The haplain tarried in Miami for for two days on his way back ; m a 30 day flying tour of the faribbean area, where he had brought spiritual comfort during the High Holy days to hundreds of Jewish men in our far-flung outposts. While here Chaplain Goldberg spoke at Temple Israel, broadcast from Station WIOD on the Rabbinical Hour as Rabbi Colman Zwitman's guest, and conducted Sukkot services for the men in the Beach officers' candidate school. It is a tribute to the character Chaplain Goldberg come into I boys view being, this Many of the prayer when by some instinctive instnimo W inm War 2 nl ? as an infl "ence every man in the connew ? )iX f u r u u shcnn 8 n a gregation rose to share with the th* tr„o „,.r_ mourner in the horto his late father." i which the purmourner in the honor paid by him General Morale ,£* f fo U u nd that the 8 ener a> moe of the men in service is high they are lonesome. Every Disparities in Viewpoint but pose of their forefathers' religion will be transmitted into reality. It was Chaplain Goldberg's na? y SU o fnc,a h k ar ^ a a n k y "l !" *%  ^l—" < na or abZ SS^LK* & !" & armed forces and th unusual opportunity for real service. They can interpret Jewish tradition to men who grapple with primordial forces. It is a difficult task that brings with it a deep spiritual satisfaction. "The Chaplain Goldberg sees a great | cha P la > n T ln the field has to interdifference between the present %  p !" et tne Jew t0 hls shipmates and state of mind of the men in the Y"; e vcrsa He ls a binding force world and men on about the Tewwh'' !" .;; >*"—"** jarmca torces and the civilian pop-1 D elween tne outside w ,. S' b h :. mcn .'? servlce -' ulation. Already, because of the : he arm f u d cam P r tnc E'ttPJ* information "from home'"'!--b cat with pride on gs a ; of a PBX, one of the most expen[Uan~popuiati5n*cl the "import-1 in 6s from parents to men"; raising is precious.. A letter great cheer. They call a letter message from heaven" occasion when: "I met •ide boy from New York, pilot 7 misundei?tanding ,: by 'The "civ'someness within. He bringsVreetone great disparity in'viewpoint there i dock 1 l he battleship. He brings east are times when there has been w a I m tn fr0m u wltl J o "t to the loneDilot ;i misunderstanding by the civ '"""s 1 "" n ncaven' since it | sivelv con ,'norT'r,=,','; "7" CAf)e "" >han population of the import comes by plane. Chaplain Goldook m with h m P K who : '"' of the war, the significance berg -saw letters read and reduty It w£ ?i „„K r n XS y of the struggle, and the condi KJ2&* fi m L sl .M ^t. i See oV naThas To ,2tt8^ ^^2*J* fimus -achas to see this JewOnce I ish boy, who had expressed Friends share ii the his sudd of from home was placed i hands by an eager shipmate.' Attitude of Jewish Men As a result of his personal observation Chaplain Goldberg feels a and a and that most of the Jewish men the lity that challenged the imagination. Feeling of Kinship During and after the High Holy day services which Chaplain Ooldberg conducted, he was imtheir life, the exactitude which they pursue their ust carry on their fight. The realities of the war necessarily are suppressed by the military superiors. Out of ignorance of the actual facts the civilian population tends to draw rosy conclusions. They prefer generalities to the hard spoken realities. "It is important," he stated "that the civilian population begin to understand the true state of affairs. Otherwise, when the war is over and when the fighting men, shaken by a profound g tellow-Jew experience, return to the "strangIt was officer ers at home,' this chasm will crepr.vate, officer and, ate many tragedies in many ovcan ers contact to on to each other. Young wives must learn to understand n 1 pressed particularly by the spirit with "Lashona Tova." ippur in the trophold I wive un one occasion during the scrj and not lose a single opportunity vices the rabbi had asked the to enter into the spirit of their mourners to rise for the kaddishj husbands af af'bhaplain ~Goldber g ; whom "we! awake, and spirituliiy SB tSft& tehffStaS whSn Becau^i found possessed of a colorful to the highest motives of democ-' he had lost two months aeo Wo rh^ in f, personality which endears him to racy in tne new world which will' were not far advancedMn the the army a civilian morale. He is the interpreter of the meaning of the war in terms of the future to men who must wield the weapons of destruction for the defeat of Hitler. He is the counselor, frier.d, and comrade. Only on rare occasions in history has the rabbi been presented with such a unique opportunity." morale. The very spirit they dis-' ics." play under adverse circumstances also is proof of that. .u:? !" U P, b rin in .8 ko P s thc !" mourners to rise for the kaddish: I husbands at the front." wholesome in body. the men in uniform, that although he could have spent the holidays :n the comfort of his New York home, he solicited the overseas assignment. He was convinced that while the Jews in the United Stalis have ample religious facilities, the boys in the armed foltes abroad thirst for a word of comfort from a spiritual leader. Traveling under orders from Captain Robert D. Workman, head of the chaplains' division 0; the navy, he also carried out important duties for the army and navy religious activities committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Coming Trends Leaving New York City by naval plane on September 23, Chaplain Goldberg filled a speaking engagement in Norfolk, where to previously had been invited to addnss the graduating class of the U. S. Navy chaplains' school on "The Meaning and Significance of Jewish Ceremonials." According to Chaplain Goldberg, the school foreshadows a "coming trend in the future educational techniques." Catholic, Protestant and Jewish ministers are ;ether In barracks, livin? a common daily life at close proximity, and '•.sharing in an intellectual and spiritual experience unparalleled in the history of theological training." In order to serve all men alike. the Jewish chaplains must learn we character of the approach to tarrts and Catholics. The in turn must learn to unajrstanj the personal problems of the Jewish men in service. The religious expressions of the dif"rent faiths here are reduced to a common denominator. Every thaplain to whom Rabbi Goldwg spoke felt that this brief wperiencc should enrich them ^ond measure. Fine American Spirit After his short stay at Norfolk, haplain Goldberg was flown by naval plane to stations in Cuba, fwto Rico, the Virgin Islands, ana the West Indies, to officiate ,'^""vices. as well as to organize Role of Chaplain of these problems, the •els that the rabbis in rmy and navy have a most DEAFENED! SEE AND HEAR THE NEW RADIOEAR Just released from the laboratories of one of America's oldest hearing aid manufacturers. More features, more convenience, immediate service more hearing! RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg., Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100 rJ^GUST BROS, ft)? i*T IS the BEST.' local committees for the Nation>' Jewish Welfare Board. At evy base he found that Catholics jna Protestant chaplains already aa done their utmost to make "possible for the Jewish men to ome under the influence of a re"gious leader. But what sustained him perrfly in his optimism for the I? 11 America of the future was nor,!"? a fine American spirit Mrvading officers and men in *L i n ^ s: None of the nontheir abollin e men according to cia£r racial and denominational a M fieation. These men who m,' '" r(, alities and feel the true radrs tne war act as c mservim ar ms and shipmates in spirit ?? weI1 as comrades in to ,fj ,. ls relationship is bound hoffi fu ndamentally the relaCic P a n f a .segments of the the u-, • PP"lation even after c *ar (s over" SERVING THE NATION j t -.(,. n f Aleoh Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith youth organization, who have registered (D-Some of the thousands of member, ^J^AJj^ MmM thr ^ ughout the country (2)-AZA's B'nai center for community war service by providing the facilities instruction units, war bond sales booths, recreation center for (3)—One of the more than 5,000 AZA boys who Z~*2 <£ <***SZ2ZXlXuS S^rric.Tp~9. • of which Pi-rd in the,* ph„.c S the USO victory book campaign as tw • %  %  .1 a** niflftrilllBBBiBBl^ HM^Si H



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PAGE EIGHT fJewisti flcridfon FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman The vi.-ws expressed by Mr. Boxerman are his own and do noi necessarily represent the opinion of TliiJewish Plorldlan. War of Confusion In a recently issued volume of 147 pages, remarkable for its powers of condensation. Leslie Balough Bain. WIOD commentaor distills out what already has been written on the roots of World War II He presents his findinss in a highly palatable form for the average man on the street who doesn't care to struggle with a complicated treatise. Much has been said about Hitler's so-called secret weapon, the story of which first gained currency during the French debacle. Bain titles his hook "The War of Confusion" because he finds "the much heralded secret weapon with which the Nazis and thenallies started out on their gigantic manhunt to conquer the world was and still is confusion." Strange Parallel To one who for a decade has been very close to the problem, the writer's analysis of Jew-hatred presents nothing new. except for its comparison with the Japanese hatred of the Chinese, a parallel which, so far as we know, no previous writer has drawn. However. Bain tends to overlook a fundamental basis for the feeling against the Jewish people, namely their religious character There is something to the thesis of Maurice Samuel that anti-Semitism essentially is anti-Christianity and the rejection of the monotheistic and other civilizing conceptions which Jews imposed upon an unwilling world. A Modified Fascism There has been too much of the monotonous refrain from some people in high quarters that democracy is dead and that we must accept a modified fascism. Bain voices his waith in democracy aa the wave of the future. In his chapter on "The Shape of Things to Come" he expresses the belief that "the world of tomorrow will be a world void of hatreds, exploitations, fear, masters and slaves ... It will be, because the peoples who are now sacrificing their lives will it to be. Human progress cannot be defeated, only temporarily retarded." The whole tenor of this thinking corresponds with the programming of the peace institutes of the American Jewish Congress, American Jewish Committee, and Other agencies planning the postwar world. Clear Beyond Sophism In a splendid discussion of divided loyalties and their role in weakening America, appears this gem of understanding: "By now it should be clear beyond any sophism that in a Democratic country, founded on the premise that all men are created equal, all propaganda of hate, prejudice, and bigotry is subversive." There are many who have yet to realize this truth Else we would not have a situation i ven today, in which some men of high rank in the government and in the armed forces can "sound off" against the Jews or the Catholics in public places with perfect impunity. Naturally, progress has been made ... A year ago the same Policy. Winrod, and the others could spew forth their hatred and no law could touch them Today the government has recognized that their anti-Semitism was part and parcel of subversism, calculated to destroy our democracy But we repeat, many who call themselves Americans refuse to see this point. Keen Analyst Mr. Bam has been in the pubhe eye for quite some time His radio news comments have been fair and liberal in their outlook Several times when he had occasion to speak specifically on the tilth column in the U. S. we were struck with the keenness of his analysis We have never asked him what kind of response he gets from his audience' by way of letters of comment and encouragement to keep up the good work. Yet we dare say that his experience is that of most commentators, namely, that fair-minded Listeners do not take the trouble to express their appreciation or offer positive criticism The reading public now has an opportunity to pay concrete tribute to Mr. Bain through the purchase of his book, thus giving his thinking the widest possible dissemination "The War of Confusion." on saleat Burdine's for two dollars, is an excellent investment for anyone who really wants to clarify his thinking on the most important issues of our time. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Bv PAUL WEITZMAN Dade County Defense Council is to imbue the men departing for oamp in the armed forces with ine knowledge that the local community is cognizant of their going and of the sacrifices that they are prepared to make for their Country. No longer will men leave Miami feeling that no one. ily, is concerned about the fare. cir we). FRIDAY, OCTOBERj 1QM ?£ e l ^J* !" imm liate f a And if B'nai B'rith has *, these men feel a little bright spirit it has performed a valtaw" service in building m, a ra ^ ,Ua Je should do this kind of hi.'iM• more often. bu d "ig Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In l>Al>E FEUERAL Of MIAMI A SAVINGS INSTITUTION Which has never paid less than 3% on insured savings. RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON. President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here On Monday. September 28. a sixteen-car scrap train left Miami for the steel mills with the fruits of the City Scrap Metal Salvage Campaign. It must gladden the hearts of B'nai B'rith members when they learn that through the efforts of the Salvage Committee of Sholem Lodge, headed by Louis Hciman. one of these carloads carried metal donated by members and salvaged by the committee. No one man was responsible for the Herculean task—space does not permit the naming of all the men who worked and the business firms who donated trucks and men to gather the scrap metal. But every Jew in our community can be proud of the fact that one-sixteenth of the load that left Miami was there by reason of the labor and donations of the Jewish people. Here again we have a concrete indication that our service to the nation and to the community exceeds in proportion to our numerical strength in the community. "Our" carload bore the legends. "Dear Adolph. A present from B'nai B'rith." and "Miami B'nai B'rith is in the War Against the Axis." The scrap drive is still in progress. We still have scrap metal to send to the mills, but the scrap already on its way is designated as Class 1 scrap because it can be applied to the best uses —other scrap metal will serve lesser important service — but nevertheless important. You can help by notifying the B'nai B'rith office where scrap metal can be picked up. We haven't stopped with one carload. More are due to roll ere you and I can call it a day. On Wednesday. Septcmer 30. Sholem Lodge acted as host to a group of men headed for Camp islanding—and induction into the army. Approximately 175 men left on the buses. In line with the policy of Sholem Lodge to cooperate with others, when cooperation will best serve the interest of our Country, this activity was undertaken at the behest of the Morale Committee of the Dade County Defense Council. A committee of ten men. headed by Maurice Grossman, and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom heading a committee from the Ladies Auxiliary, saw to it that each man leaving received a gift package containing cookies and cigarettes and a parting word of encouragement. The idea being fostered by the yiCTORY BUY UNITED STATES BONDS AND STAMPS PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative Returning this week from New York was Mr. T. Myers. O. P. Gruner returned to the city from a combined business and pleasure trip. Beth Israel Temple held impressive Sukkos services last week and will again observe the festival this week-end. Mrs. Jack Kapner entertained friends at her home recently in nonor of her daughter's birthday. Games were played and refreshments served. A large crowd attended the service men's dance Sunday night at the camp. B'nai B'rith Lodge was the host for the occasion. REAL ESTATE HOMES. MIAMI BEACH Dl LIDO ISLAND WATERFRONT ONLY $5,000 CASH NEEDED CHARMING, modern 2-story residence, 2 years old; lot 60x175 ft., concrete sea wall, dock. Spacious living room, picturesque view of the bay. large screened porch with metal jalousies, full sized dining room, ultra modern kitchen, twin bedroom and bath, also maid's room and bath SECOND FLOOR consists of 2 large' master bedrooms. < ach with bath, suncleck. SPECIAL FEATURES: magnificently designed terrazzo floors, marble staircase, marble sills, concrete slab foundation on concrete pilings. 3> 2 -ft. overhang. Priced S22.500 furnished, or $20,000 unfurnished, which is way under true value. Owner anxious sell. Offers are solicited. Bt'Y WAR BONDS FOR PKACF. BUY A HOME FOR HAPPINESS. B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor "TRUSTWORTHY SERVICE" 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868 AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Ph. 8121 West Palm Beach. Florida Rabbi Manuel Greenstcin assisted by Jack Kapner. conducted services last week at Sher Hall. Services will also be held this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. A sophomore at the University of Florida. Sidney Dubbin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dubbin, left Thursday for Gainesville to resume his studies. Also leaving for the University was Louis Leibovitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leibovitz. For the Best in Dairy Products ALFAR CREAMERY CO. WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES fSS\ <-* ^u Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the V^j-^ataiesC^ Nationally Famous Southern Dairies ProICE CKBAhJ ducts and Ice Cream. WUILK 4 AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE CORNELIUS INSURANCE AOENCY 318 HARVEY BUILDING PHONE 6093 Writing Fire and all Kindred Lines of Insurance


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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October 2, 1942

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
Y. M. H. A. Campaign for New FORCED LABOR OF
OF Members Gets Under Way; Goal
WEEK Stakes Set for 500 New Members
At a recent meeting of the As-
Lnatcd Talmud Torahs of Great-
er Miami, it was decided to set
ic the ten clays beginning Oc-1
oBir 5 and ending October 15
Jewish Education Week in the
tcati-r Miami Area. The pur-
Idosc is to impress upon parents
the importance of Jewish educa-
tion for their children and to
urge them to send their children
|to a Hebrew school nearest their
Ihome.
The major function of the As-
Isoeiated Talmud Torahs is to in-
Iterest the community at large in
I Jewish education and to increase
|the number of children attending
Ithe Hebrew schools. The Talmud
I Torahs of the various Synagogues
[function individually, each having
|a different curriculum and meth-
[cd. The purpose of the Associat-
|ed Talmud Torahs is to coordin-
ate the system so that the same
[curriculum will be taught in ev-
lery Talmud Torah, with the same
| text books used.
Parents are urged to register
Itheir children immediately in one
[of the following schools: Beth
David. 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue;
[Beth Jacob. 311 Washington Ave-
nue. Miami Beach; Miami Beach
Jewish Center. 1415 Euclid Ave-
nue: Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation. 590 S. W. 17th
Avenue; Schaarei Zedek. 1545 S.
W. 3rd Street; Temple Israel, 137
| N. E, 19th Street.
The teachers of the various as-
sociated Talmud Torahs of Great-
er Miami met Wednesday night
in the succah of Rabbi Moses
Meseheloff. They completed the
preparation of this year's He-
brew curriculum which will be
taught in all associated schools.
The curriculum includes the use
of uniform text books, provides
for county-wide uniform and
regular examinations. The sub-
jects include Hebrew reading and
writing, study of the Hebrew lan-
guage, study of the Bible in the
original. Hebrew grammar and
composition, prayer study and a
study of Jewish laws and cere-
I monies.
The chairman of the Associated
Talmud Torahs is Dr. M. J. Safra.
Opening the most extensive campaign in its ten years of existence the Y. M. H. A. yester-
day formally started a membership drive, destined by enthusiasm already demonstrated, io
make history for itself and the community. The goal is set for 5C0 members. Carefully and
thoroughly planned in every detail, the membership drive, under the direction of Mr. Isaac
Joffe, will see the canvassing of hundreds of residents, as yet unaffiliated with the "Y," Cam-
paign teams are in the field con-O---------------------------------------------- _
(acting prospective members 1,s humble beginning of thirteen Grossman. Executive Director is
n-u ..t r u u i members formed originally as the many and varied. Its cultural
Tlie Life Membership com- Hebrew AthU.t c;uh. it has activities consists of lectures, con-
mittee has already secured an ad- ^ it now boasts f a ccrts and discussion groups. It
ditional 17 life member- m the m(.mh(.rshjp close to five hundred has an excellent athletic program
predr.ve activity. Among those apd jts am of nctivitil.s com. and for the past geVeral years the
who added their names to the most favorably with many basketball and diamondball
roster of Lite Members, which C(,nU,rs ri.aU.r in size. teams have led the entire county
already include- many prominent "^"pg^,
communal leaders are Joseph A und(T thc direction of Maurlce
Mann, Al Berkowitz, David_____________________---------------
Blank. Moses Ginsberg, Morris] Sent 15 j^
Rubin. Sam Zinkow, Isaac Joffe, Mr isaac joffe,
William Wilkins, Abe Berkowitz. Miami. Florida.
Samuel Lipton. Joseph R. Stein, Dear Iko:
Joseph Arkin, Edwin Rubin, It gives me great pleasure to
Henry D. Williams. Ben Hartley, herein enclose my check for a
f,i i ,.;., w n Binder hf membership in the Y.M.H.A.
Ed. L0\ ltz, W. D. Singer. Frcm my observation the Y.M.
The Y. M. H. A. was founded a h.A. is doing a fine work in our
little over ten years ago. From community and merits the good
__ will and support of all Jewry in
Greater Miami.
I hope the day is not too far
distant when we can enlarge our
Y.M H.A. so that it will take care
of the needs of Greater Miami and
we can all proudly say "this is
our TV
Wishing you much success in
this worthwhile undertaking, I
am.
Sincerelv yours,
JOS. R. STEIN.
in these respective sports. One
of the finest pieces of work that
the "Y" does is participation in
the National Detense Program,
including; Registration center for
Home Defense Activities; Clas-
ses in First Aid. where over
three hundred students received
qualifying certificates: Saturday
Night Dances for Service Men:
Home hospitality for boys in the
service; Lectures for Air Raid
Wardens and assistance in form-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
HOMES BURNED IN RUMANIA
TO STOP NAZI OCCUPATION
Maurice Grossman
Executive Director Y. M. H. A.
Sept. 28th. 1942
Younq Mon's Hebrew Assn..
1567 S. W. 5th St.
Dear Mr. Grossman:
I am herewith enclosing check
for the amount of S100.00 cover-
ing life membership in the Y.M.
H.A.. of which I am proud to
become a member.
I have watched for the past
few years, activities and progress
of this worthy organization which
is now such a valuable asset to
the communal life of our city.
I should like to assure you of
my willingness to render my ser-
vices whenever needed.
Fraternally yours.
MORRIS RUBIN.
Joseph R. Stein
One of the New Life Members
During the Present Membership
Campaign
Lisbon (WNS)Jews of Ru-
manian, listed for deportation to
Nazi-controlled eastern Europe,
are setting fire to their homes to
Prevent their occupation by Ru-
manian and German Nazis, ac-
cording to the Nazi newspaper
wcuna Vreme," which ar-
rived here this week.
n.,?.Nazi newspaper admitted
nat the Jews thwarted the plans
01 the Rumanian Nazi organiza-
''n to take over the furnishings
!to homes of the expelled Jews,
uie newspaper demanded that
me Jews be severely punished
or their 'bolshevist" and "revo-
'Mionary" action.
Ss Massacre 11,000 in
UE LITHUANIAN VILLAGE
Kuibyshev (WNS)A Lithuan-
wli!,' who arrived here this
va, l1Itt'r escaping from the
rJr. '." nis occupied country,
ported that Nazi troops had
massacred 11.000 Jews in the
nearU2-nian villa8e Ponievzeh,
'" Kovno.
mil sJain Jcws represented the
rtllS Jow'sh population of the
ocmniC.as wc" as the Jewish
miinie ons of surrounding corn-
s'!;. Youn8 children were
long those executed.
By ISAAC JOFFE
Chairman Y. M. H. A. Member-
ship Campaign Committee
In assuming the chairmanship
of the Y M H. A. Membership
Campaign, I am mindful of the
honor to be afforded the privi-
lege of heading this campaign.
I was amazed when saw tM
list of prospects-amazec I, ause
normal activities Y
The membership of the *
has fallen off because of the war.
Isaac Joffe
other kinds. We must have the
revenue and in order to keep the
"Y" doors open, we must get
five hundred new members, lo
be biunt, we must either get
these new members or close the
"Y" doors. ,f
Answer this question yoursell.
"DO YOU WANT TO KEEP THE
Y DOORS OPEN?" If your an-
swer is YES. and that is he-
only answer you can make then
join the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W.
H A. now. .
The day is short, and the
work is great," has been said by
one of our ancient sages. Yes,
my friends, the time is short.
Thc "Y" has done great work,
and much more work lies ahead.
Some day. with God's help, when
fhT madness shall have ceased
from the earth and life w,ll once
again have resumed its normal
course, this Jewish Community
of Greater Miami will erect a Y
M H A. and Community Center
Building to serve the needs of Mi-
ami and the Beach, a building of
?Xch we will be justly proud,
and which will be the real Ccn-
Over one hundred of its members -~~ffl be the real ^on.
have gone in the service of UnHe and ^ } {y May
JVJZVlS Sk^ ,God speed the day!
II NAZI FRANCE
Berne (WNS)Hundreds of pa-
triotic French citizens were ar-
n st< d this we ck in both occupied
and unoccupied France for or-
ganizing mass demonstrations
against Pierre Laval's program
ot deporting Jewish refugee's as
Slave laborers to Nazi-ruled east-
ern Europe.
The new demonstrations oc-
curred throughout the country in
the lace of an official announce-
ment over the Vichy radio that
further resistance to Laval's an-
ti-Jewish program is useless and
that pro-Jewish demonstrators
would be severely punished.
In Paris the Nazi-controlled
press accused the United States
Embassy in Vichy of organizing
and promoting the anti-collabor-
ationist and pro-Jewish out-
breaks which were reported to
have taken place in Niche. Lyon,
Toulouse, Montpellier and Vil-
lefrance.
Catholic leaders in France con-
tinued to spark the popular move-
ment against the anti-Jewish de-
crees, Dispatches from Paris that
Mgr. Chaptal, Bishop of Paris,
appeared in public wearing a yel-
low "Mogen David" in defiance
of the Nazi authorities. Catho-
lic priests and laymen in Paris
immediately followed their Bish-
op's example.
The resistance of Catholic lead-
ers to the deportations has
reached such a point that the
Vichy radio this week warned
Archbishop Saltegt of Toulouse
either to halt his pro-Jewish ac-
ivities or leave the country. The
archbishop has been one of the
bulwarks against enforcement of
the anti-Jewish program. Last
week the Laval regime ordered
the arrest and internment of
Father Chaillet, another Catholic
leader.
Meanwhile. Laval was report-
I to be planning censorship of
sermons delivered by Catholic
and Protestant clergymen.
Through their sermons the cler-
gymen of France have voiced
their condemnation of the whole-
sale deportation of Jewish refu-
gees and have kept the French
people informed of the anti-Jew-
ish deportations.
Laval indicated that he would
not back down from his anti-
Jewish stand despite world-wide
protests and the mounting indig-
nation of the French people when
an official of the Commisan-
ate for Jewish Affairs declared
over thc Vichy radio this week
than "one of the first conditions
for the emancipation of the French
people is that they should treat
the Jews as dangerous foreign-
ers."
It was learned on good author-
ity that Vichy officials have sur-
rendered 500 young Jewish child-
ren living in homes maintained
by OSE. Jewish Health Society,
to the Nazis for immediate de-
portation to eastern Europe. The
children were seized in two night
raids.
Y. M. H. A. TO SPONSOR
STAG SMOKER WEDNESDAY
The Y. M. H. A. will sponsor a
gala Stag Smoker at its club-
rooms. 1567 S. W. 5th St., Wed-
nesday evening, October i. An
elaborate program of entertain-
ment will include boxing, wrest-
ling, vocalists, dancers and a va-
riety floor show. Refreshments
and smokes will be provided. The
[smoker is without charge and the
I general public is invited.
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2.
Social
Personals

Clubs

Organizations
Mrs. Sam Gurss has just re-
turned from her summer home
at Avonlake. Ohio and is now re-
siding at 714 1st Street. Miami
Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler and
their daughter, Barbara, have re-
turned from Bradley Beach. New
Jersey, where they spent their
summer vacation. They are now
residing on Miami Beach.

Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, president
of the Temple Israel Sisterhood,
announces the opening meeting
of the year for the Sisterhood on
Monday. Oct. 5th at 2:15 p. m.
in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel.
Most important matters relating
to service, to the congregation, as
well as to the community at
large, will be on the agenda.
Plans for social and cultural
events for the coming year will
be outlined, and discussed by the
membership. A reception for new
and old members will follow the
business mooting, with Mrs. Jack
Bernstein in charge of refresh-
ments and Mrs Herbert A. Simon
in charge of hospitality.

The Daughter's Chapter of the
Frieda Markowitz Ladies Auxil-
iary Post No. 174 of the Jewish
War Veterans are having a mem-
bership drive. Due to the pres-
ent war situation, qualifications
TOWER
THEATRE
S. W. 8th St. at 15th
AIR-CONDITIONED
Sat. Matinee Only Oct. 3
YANKEE GUNS vs.
AXIS AGENTS
"DMIGER in
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WITH
LEO CARILLO
ANDY DEVINE
DON TERRY

Sat. Afternoon starting 4:30
P. M. and Sun. Thru
TUES. OCT. 3-6
GLENN MILLER
AND HIS BAND
GEO. MONTGOMERY
ANN RUTHERFORD
CESAR ROMERO
LYNN BARI
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HJIUE5"
EXTRA
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in the New Issue oi
MARCH OF TIME

for membership make eligible
sisters, granddaughters, neiccs
and daughters of men in service.
Any one wishing further informa-
tion may call 7-5875.

On Sunday at Jackson Memo-
rial Hospital. Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei officiated at the Brith Milah
of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reu-
ben Grossman. 1263 S. W. 21st
Terrace. Miami, and on Tuesday
at the Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rothschild.
138 S. W. 22nd Terrace, at the
Victoria hospital.

The Pidyon Haben of the son
of Lt. and Mrs. H. B. Davis, 875
46th Street, Miami Beach, will
take place at 8 p. m. Sunday.
Rabbi S. M. Machtci and Jacob
Cohn will conduct the Redemp-
tion ceremony.

The Mizrachi Women of Miami
Beach open this season's activi-
ties with an Oneg Shabboss to
be held Saturday afternoon at
3 o'clock in the Succah of the
Beth Jacob Congregation at
Washington Avenue and Third
Street Miami Beach. Among
those on the committee of ar-
rangements are Mrs. F. Kalstein.
Mrs. A. Adlerblum. Mrs. M.
Genet. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will speak on "The Woman in the
Succah." Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches will sing a number of appro-
priate melodies and a program
will be presented by the mem-
bers.

The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Sisterhood held its first meeting
of the year Monday afternoon.!
Plans were made for the fiscal
year including formative ideas
for a Talmud Torah. Sunday
School, and service to the en-.
listed men in this area. A large
group was present and election of :
officers was held. Those select-'
ed were: Mrs. M. Mandel, presi-|
dent; Mrs. V. Mcll, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. I. Orlansky, secretary;
and Mrs. M. Bear, treasurer. In-
stallation of these officers will
be held this Sunday night, Oc-
tober 4. 8:30 o'clock in the syn-
agogue, 590 S. W. 17th Avenue.
Mrs. George Chertkof, chairman
of the evening, has arranged a
program of entertainment and
refreshments.

The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Community Center is
sponsoring a Biblical bazaar Sat-
urday evening, October 7th. and
Sunday afternoon and evening.
October 8th, which is arousing
considerable interest throughout
the community. Organizations
are choosing their representatives
for the women's popularity con-
test which will take place in the
Garden of Eden. Charm, talent
and service to the community are
the most important attributes of
the contestants and outstanding
radio and newspaper personali-
ies will be among the judges..
Dancing in the Garden of Eden
will be to a big name orchestra.
The offices of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau have been
moved from the Congress
Building and are now located
at 127 N. W. 2nd St.. Miami.
The new offices will also
house the Baron de Hirsch
Loan Fund, and will occupy
Rooms 314-20. The Jewish
Welfare Bureau is a unit of
the Community Chest.
F AG AN'S
PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT
265 N. E. 2nd Street Miami
Will Re-Open to Serve You
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9TH
Decorations will be in the traditi-
tional Biblical style. There will
be a booth for "Israel Among the
Nations." in which refugees will
exhibit arts and crafts, fancy
work, cookery, baked goods, etc.
Admission to the bazaar is 10
cents. Mrs. Ben Marbach is in
charge of arrangements. Miss
Ruth Brotman, publicity.

A luncheon at the Russian
Bear Restaurant, 929 Lincoln Rd.,
Miami Beach, on Wednesday.
Oct. 7th at 2:30 noon, will mark
the opening of the season for the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, Miami Section. A social and
cultural program has been ar-
ranged. Guest speakers for the
occasion will be Mr. Cloyd Head,
war news commentator for
WQAM. who will discuss topics
of current interest. This will
be followed by a musical pro-
gram. Plans for the coming sea-
son will be outlined and dis-
cussed. Mrs. Monte Selig. presi-
dent, will preside. Since only a
limited number can be accom-
modated members are urged to
make reservations at once by
calling Council House. 3-6554.
The monthly board meeting is
scheduled for Monday morning at
10 o'clock at the Federation office
in the Congress Building.

The Boy Scouts of Troop No.
6 are all set for a three-day camp-
ing trip to Snapper Creek, Oct
2. 3, and 4th. Each patrol will
take their camp equipment and
prepare their own meals. A spe-
cial program has been arranged
for camp activities. The troop
will be in charge and under the
supervision of Alfred Kahn.
Scoutmaster, Nat Gans and Syl-
van Wetstein. committeemen, and
will leave from Y. M. H. A. hut
promptly at 4 p. m. Friday. Oct. 2.

Howard Schwartz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 1847
S. W. 8th St., is in Miami to-
gether with two of his classmates,
Wallace Dreyfuss and Irving
Weincr. to spend a week with his
parents. They will return to
Georgia Tech in Atlanta where
they are students.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shonfeld,
1428 S. W. 11th Terrace, have re-
turned to the city after a three
months' vacation in Saratoga. N.
Y and adjacent areas.

Philip Berkowitz, president of
the Y. M. H. A., has returned af-
ter an eight week combined bus-
iness and pleasure trip. He spent
the Holidays in New York with
his wife who will return home
shortly.

Second lieutenant in the Offic-
ers Training School at Miami
Beach is Murry Kestenbaum.
formerly of New York. Recent
newlyweds. Mrs. Kestenbaum is
at present residing in Miami
Beach with her husband.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Zissen, 1250
S. W. 18th St., announce the mar-
riage of their daughter Lilly to
Corp. Arthur Lerner. The wed-
ding was an event of Sept. 14th
at the home of Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, who officiated. After a
two weeks honeymoon the cou-
ple returned to Miami with
Corp. Lerner leaving for Talla-
hassee where he is staioned with
a medical detachment.
a
Marvin Apte. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Apte of Miami, is now
a cadet at Gordon Military Col-
lege. Barnesville. Ga. Cadet
Apte is the fourth student in the
Acedamy's ninety years of ex-
istence, who after entrance ex-
ams was promoted immediately to
second year academic activity.

Clement Hammond left Miami
Tuesday for Camp Blanding. hav-
ing enlisted in the armed forces
last week. He will be attached
with the Ordnance department
and is expected to be stationed
in Maryland. A group of friends
were hosts at a farewell in his
honor Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Blau.

Dr. Sanel Beer returned to Mi-
ami last week to reopen the Riv-
ermont Park Sanitorium of which
he is director. Dr. Beer spent
the summer with the Tampa Mu-
nicipal Hospital.

Alfred Kohn, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Kohn, 600 W. 45th
St.. Miami Beach, left this week
i for Camp Blanding. Also leav-
ing for Camp Blanding was Ber-
| nard Geringer. son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Geringer. 4397 N. Mich-
igan Ave., Miami Beach.

Benjamin Shapiro, formerly of
Baltimore, and now a resident of
Miami at 1535 S. W. 7th St.. left
i Thursday to attend the wedding
of his granddaughter. Miss Tillie
Ruth Gordon, daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gor-
don. The announcement was
made by the sister of the bride-
| to-be. and will take place Octo-
ber 11th in Newport News. Vir-
ginia. The groom is Mr. Ira
Norman Berger. son of Mr
Mrs. Maurice Berger. Mr Sh
piro will return in about a mon^
Carl Wcinkle felt'last week bv
plane to attend a convention 0f
the Grocers Association. He will
return this week.
Mrs. Joe Davis will ieaTe ,
Newport News. Va. to visit her
husband. Lt. Joe G. Davis, who
is attending school of specialized
training under the direction of
the U. S. Navy.

Miss Cecil Rotfort has re-
turned from a two weeks vaca-
tion visiting friends and relattvej
in New York.

A farewell party was tendered
to Miss Ruth Rubin last Saturday
afternoon at Burdine's by a group
of friends and co-workers prior
to her leaving here to start a
course at Smith's College and en-
tering active service with the
WAAVES. Miss Rubin's mother.
Mrs. Isidore Rubin, was also an
honored guest. The Rubins re-
side at 4411 Sheridan Ave., Mi-
ami Beach. She was presented
with luggage as a going away
gift. She left Wednesday for
New York to visit relatives and
friends and then will go to
Smith's College. Miss Rubin was
active in defense work and was a
case worker with the American
Red Cross at time of enlisting,
Among those present at the gath-
ering were Mrs. Beatrice Vines,
Miss Mary Reed, Mrs. Elizabeth
Thompson, Miss Margaret Smith,
Miss Carol Johnson. Miss Julia
Stoppel. Pop Roney, Mrs. Freda
Lustgarten, Mrs. Edith Howard,
Mrs. Florence Gates, Miss Lois
Parks. Miss Elizabeth Wilson,
Mrs. Charlene Lobnetz, Mrs. Dor-
j othy Meyers. Mrs. Mary Ben-
son, Mrs. Harriet Eppstein. Mrs.
Sadye G. Rose. Miss Anna Leah
| Rubin. Mrs. Millicent Beldner.
Mrs. Morris Rubin. Mrs. Mattie
Kuperberg. Mrs. Bertha Holtz
berg. Mrs. Martha Myers, Miss
Betty Mae Bender, Miss Eleanor
Garvett. Miss Barbara Lewis,
Miss Edna Lee, Miss Rose Appel.
Mrs. Natalie Schatz. Miss Shirley
Elkin. Mrs. Josephine Schwartz,
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort.
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FRIDAY.
OCTOBER 2. 1942
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PAGE THREE
MARCHING MEN
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
feature U prepared
relations committee of
iTh'9 hili- relations committee of
w the if'Yu ml Army and Navy
Se lir?,er of h National Jewish
Commute* 01 committee In-
C^;;l"(oa"r"d. The c
chair-
f J,,S Pul Weltxman.
*. ihutloni o this column are
(CoB,L i arUcularly In the form of
..loomed >*rucuhe> er
gS W?w!S in the service.)
Holiday Thanks
Some of those people who fee
hat the men in uniform do not
1 nJr-iatc properly such arrange-
aPPnK as were made for them
?n the High Holidays ought
ITke .look at letters like the
lowing, one of which is ad-
JB to Mrs. Jennie Rotfort
t other to Mr. and Mrs. Al
WS taking this, the first op-
portunity, to really thank you
Tyour hospitality I cer-
unly never expected yesterday
awning that that day would be
Se most enjoyable day since I ve
been in the army -In fact I en-
joyed myself so much during the
day and during the services at
men! that this morning I felt a
hif or rather more than a bit
homesick ... But that is over
now Every one of the letters
that I sent back home to New
York had some part devoted to
mention of the famous Southern
hospitality and wellI cant go
on repeating myself.
Just a little note of appre-
ciation for the wonderful time
we had at your place for Rosh
Hashonah ... My wife and I re-
ally had a lovely time ... It cer-
tainly made us feel at home
again ... So I am taking this op-
portunity to thank you again for
your lovely hospitality and your
swell meals you served Also
thanks again to your mother and
lather for their splendid hospital-
ity ... I only wish that every
Jewish boy in the service could
have spent such a lovely holiday.
Give my love to your son and
best regards.'"
Word from Major Stone
Twas good the other day to
hear from Major Elry Stone who.
according to gossip in local cir-
cles, soon is in line for a promo-
tion Elry is now stationed in
Jacksonville and tells us that he
enjoys it very much, although he
and Mrs. Stone miss Miami.
It is characteristic of Elry that
the major part of his letter
should be devoted to extolling
the virtues of Alexander Brest,
prominent Jewish community
leader, who has been commis-
sioned a major in the U. S. Army
engineering corps Elry had
the pleasure of administering the
oath of office to him.
Alex Brest is well known
throughout Florida, not only be-
cause he is the head of the Du-
va! Engineering Company, but
because of his many Jewish inter-
ests ... As head of the Florida
State Resettlement Service, he
was responsible for much prog-
ress in this area, and as president
of the Jacksonville Jewish Com-
munity Council, had an equally
great share in the various cam-
paigns for Jewish relief.
Major Brest will be sorely
missed in Jacksonville.
This week we continue our
thumbnail sketches of Jewish
mi in the service. Here they
are:
Corporal Norman B. Cohen has
*en in the service since Novem-
ber. 1941. He is stationed at Fort
fackson, S. C, in the Field Artil-
lery.
Pvt. Abraham J. Kaplan now is
>n the Army Air Corps Ground
wiool at St. Petersburg. Al-
nugh only in the army since
rebruary, he has found use for
"is former experience as a crim-
inal attorney. He is now doing
special investigations for the mil- ,
""TV police.
'u*t Lt. Ely R. Katz was a re- i
*rv? officer when called to the
^rvice in March. 1941. He now
~ a First Lieutenant in the en-
!!n^r corps at Elgin Field. Val-
paraiso, Ind. Katz was the band-
leader when he attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and originated
the Florida Clubmen.
Pvt. Leo Lipowsky was induct-
ed into the service on July 25.
When last contacted he was still
at Camp Blanding awaiting as-
signment.
Air Cadet Harold Newman
wanted to become a flying cadet
so badly that he closed his busi-
ness in order to make this pos-
sible. In the army since April
as an enlisted man, he is now sta-
tioned at San Antonio, Texas.
Pvt. Martin L. Rothschild has
been in the service since March.
Originally stationed at Fort Ni-
agara, he has been transferred to
Camp Claiborne, La., where his
former hobby, chrystograming,
now is of great help in his pres-
ent work in the Radio Signal Air
Corps.
Pvt. Bernard Greenstein is now
stationed at Camp Gordon. Au-
gusta, Ga. He has been in the
army since June, 1941 and and
received his basic training at Ft.
Benning, Ga. Pvt. Greenstein is
an expert on the rifle range.
I CAMPAIGN GETS
UNDER WAY;
IS
L
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
ing the Army and Navy Commit-
tee.
The Y. W. H. A., the Women's
organization, sponsors book re-
views, card parties, and other
socials
The "Y" is a constituent mem-
ber of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board,a member of the Cen-
tral Council of Social Agencies
of Dade County, and a participat-
ing member in the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
SERVICE MEN'S LEAGUE TO
OPEN DOORS TO WOMEN
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
The Beth Jacob Service Men's
League, 311 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, has opened their
doors to wives of service men
with a daily program every
week-day afternoon from 12 to 3.
Knitting and sewing classes will
occupy part of the program.
KEEP 'EM FLYINGBy buy-
ing Defense Stamps and Bonds.
Y.M.H.A. Stages Gala Concert'
In line with the policy of the
Y. M. H. A. to give the commun-
ity the best of everything, a gala
concert took place at the "Y"
auditorium last Monday night,
September 28, when four out-
standing concert artists rendered
excellent performances in vocal
and instrumental selections. In
accordance with the request of
the army, the names of these art-
ists cannot be publicized. How-
ever, this much can be said, that
were these artists to perform in
civilian life on one stage, at least
a $10.00 admission would have to
be paid by anyone desiring to
see and hear them. Operatic ten-
ors, a concert pianist and one of
the outstanding living violinists
of the day were among the stars.
In short, it was the greatest thing
that ever happened in this city.
The auditorium was crowded.
Persons jammed every inch of
space. The Y. M. H. A. feels very
proud to have had the privilege
of presenting such a concert to
the general public,
more.
Leslie Bain to Review Book
The book review for the Y. W.
H. A will begin on Wednesday
evening, October 28, when Leslie
B. Bain, famous radio commen-
tator and author, will open the
sries of book reviews with a re-
view of his recent book, "War and
Confusion." Mr. Bain needs no
introduction to the Miami peo-
ple. He has broadcast the news
over various ladio stations for a
long while. More details will be
given later.
Calisthenics Class for Women
A class of calisthenics for wo-
men will start very shortly under
the leadership of an army in-
structor. All women interested,
please register immediately at
the office. As soon as sufficient
persons have registered, the class
will commence.
AHMY's to Resume Meetings
Miss Shirley Rothschild, spon-
sor of the AHMY Girls, one of
the "Y" groups of girls between
the ages of 14 and 16, will com-
mence the fall activities next
Tuesday, October 4, at 4 o'clock.
All girls between the above ages
Watch for are requested to attend this meet-
ing.
PALMER
Funeral Khoper-
2001 W. FLAGLCR ST..
*ESicT* 9-2664
Philip Berkowitz
President of Y. M. H. A.
The United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over His
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
311 Lincoln Road
Albion Bldg.. Suite 309
MIAMI BEACH
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
The "Y" maintains an excellent
employment bureau, a social ser-
vice deportment, and a room re-
gistry service for the accommo-
dation of the community without
cost.
The Y. M. H. A. Annual Sum-
mer Home Camp, which received
widespread endorsement and
acclamation was inaugurated by
Maurice Grossman, Executive
Director, in the summer of 1939.
From an enrollment in that year
one in the city.
The officers of the "Y" are:
President, Phil Berkowitz; Vice-
President, Leo Ackerman; Sec-
retary, Al Reisman; Treasurer,
George Goldberg; Executive Di-
rector. Maurice Grossman.
The Board of Directors in-
clude: Murray Apte, Jack Apte.
Dr. Samuel Beckman, Al Berko-
witz, Joseph A. Berman. Nat
Blumberg, George Chertkof,
Aaron Edelman, Larry Grossberg,
Marty Milstein, Al Pallot. Abe
Pepper. George Rachlin, Frank
Rose, Harry Schwartz, Sam
Seitlin, Fred K. Shochet, Ber-
nard Sterling, Herman Waitsman,
Carl Weinkle, Jules Wilson.
Sept. 20. 1942
Secretary, Y. M. H. A.
1567 S. W. 5th Street
Dear Sir:
Even though we are late in as-
suring you of our great apprecia-
tion for your cooperation in en-
tertaining our crippled children,
we are truly thankful to you. The
children enjoyed every minute of
the time, and without your help
we would not have been able tc
take care of them.
With best wishes.
Sincerely,
The Anna Miller Circle of Miami
MARTHA P. TAGG
Corresponding Secretary
Mrs. Pearl Reiiman
President of Y. W. H. A.
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of thirty-two campers, it has
grown until the past summer it
numbered more than one hund-
red boys and girls of the ages of
5 to 14- It has accommodated
those under-privileged children
who. were it not for the camp,
would be deprived of these activi-
ties.
The Y. M. H. A. has also gone
into the Beach, starting with a
Home Camp this past summer.
The future programs call for a
great deal of extension work in
the cultural, athletic and lecture
field at the Beach. An extensive
program is being planned today
so that everyone at the Beach
can join the "Y" feeling that he
will get as much benefit as any-
An Open Letter to the Y.M.H.A:
I want to thank all the mem-
ers and officers of the "Y" for
securing for me the position of
salesman at-------------
Your employment bureau is a
wonderful asset to the Jewish
youth of Miami.
I wish the "Y" afl the glory it
deserves for it's wonderful ser-
vice.
Most sincerely yours, and ever
grateful,
HERBERT BOGNER
137 S. W. 19th Ave.
September 11, 1942.
Mr. Maurice Grossman
1567 S. W. 5th Street
Miami. Florida
Dear Mr. Grossman:
Thanks a lot for the informa-
tion regarding the ping-pong ta-
ble. We picKed it up the other
day and it has been greatly en-
joyed by the men. If you know
where we could get a piano we
would like to have one as we are
getting an orchestra started in
the Gables and need one for re-
hearsals. I am going to come out
to see you the first chance I have.
Thanking you again, I remain
Sincerely
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Asst. Special Service Officer
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1942
TISHRI 21, 1942
VOLUME 15 NUMBER 40
WHY THE "Y"
The Y. M. H. A. is in the midst cf a com-
munity wide membership drive. To date it
is by far the most thorough ground covering
and comprehensive task, along these lines,
ever attempted in the organization's history.
We disagree with the slogan of the current
campaign "Keep the Y Doors Open." It im-
plies that lack of success in the drive will mean
the closing of the Y. We disagree. The Y. M.
H. A. of Greater Miami has found its place in
the community. It has carved for itself a
niche that is deeply rooted, firmly grounded
and morally sound. Its future today does not
depend on the success of any one undertaking.
Its rate of progress does.
Its employment of a capable and under-
standing executive director and the wise fore-
sight of its officers and directors in allowing
that director free rein in planning and guiding
the course of the institution's character-building
youth and adult program has shown profitable
results.
The Y today is not only a recreational
agency but is also an educational as well as a
service agency. The Y plays a vital role in
the preparedness program. Its job in normal
times is to maintain morale. Now the task
assumes added importance in this period of
emergency. Character building, youth train-
ing, vocational guidance, healthy recreation
and social activities, training in democracy-
a program, the importance of which does not
require too much imagination to realize during
the present time of crisis.
The Y is useful to the Army and Navy by
providing hospitality, entertainment and nor-
mal social activities for soldiers and sailors.
Iis successful manifold activities, despite many
obstacles, has placed the Y. M. H. A. on record
that by the present results can be gauged its
future place in the growing community. The
change in the Y during the past few years is
very evident. It has grown and expanded un-
til now it has earned the recognition it is re-
ceiving as the real nucleous for the Y to come,
the future Community Center.
The Y. M. H. A. has at the moment the
greatest opportunity for making its resources
and those of its community effective instruments
for building morale in communities and in
camps for meeting the problems of youth, both
in the present emergency and as a permanent
measure; for enlarging its activities, along
economic lines by providing for vocational
guidance, with all its implications, along recre-
ational and cultural lines by raising the stand-
ards and enlarging the scope of its group work,
along educational lines by strengthing its Jew-
ish educational program, thus helping our
young people and adults in the maintenance
of Jewish group consciousness through a more
thorough understanding of the principles on
which Jewish morale has been upheld through
the centuries.
At this time the responsibilities in its rela-
tionship to the Civilian and Defense program
of the nation are such as to call for the plann-
ing and execution of the highest order in
strengthening that program. The contribution
of an effective Y program must necessarily re-
dound to the elevation of the morale and social
welfare of the community and the nation This
program takes additional MANPOWER. It
takes additional finances. With that man-
power finances become minimized. Every
man, woman and child can affiliate themselves
with the Y. Everyone should. The importance
of continuing the Y's past and present program
of activities is unestimable. The importance
of coping with the added problems of the pre-
sent emergency cannot be valued nor should
they. They must be met! The importance of
expanding its program filling a rapidly grow-
ing community's needs and ever increasing
problems is self evident.
Affiliate Now! Join the Y! Take part in
the program and become a part of that MAN-
POWER! Don't wait to be solicited! Join
Now!
FRIDAY. OCTOBERjjOi.
ARE YOUR CHILDREN RECEIVING A JEWISH
EDUCATION? m
DEDICATION
"Three years ago, Hitler's legions launched
their first blitzkreig against the people of Po-
land. In these three years men and women
and children have died, nations have been
tortured and enslaved, to satisfy the brutal
lust for power of a few inhuman tyrants
German, Italian, Japanese.
"To the defeat of such tyrantsto the re-
moval from this earth of the injustices and en-
equalities that create such tyrants and breed
new warsthis nation is wholy dedicated."
President Roosevelt, speaking at dedi-
cation of the Navy Medical Center at
Methesda, Md.
Jewish ParentsIf your children ot school age are not as yet
enrolled in a Hebrew School or Sunday School, register thorn
NOW. Do not delay. Do not postpone. Make it oossible for
your children to learn and aoDreciate their Jewish tradition.
A good Jewish education will help your children grow ud into
self-respecting Jews and loya: Americans. Registration of pupils
is being held at this time in local Hebrew and Sunday schools
ENROLL YOUR CHILDREN NOW!
"No matter how long the occupation of Yu-
goslavia may last our people will remain
spiritually unconquered and will never ac-
cept any of the Nazi doctrines of hatred We
in our country never knew any anti -Jewish
feeling and many of our Jewish citizens have
been taking a prominent part in our lives.
This feeling of sympathy and friendship is nat-
ural and it will never be changed by any of
Hitler's or Mussolini's legislation.
"On the day when through the victory of
the United Nations a real new order is estab-
lished in Europe, this common suffering of our
Jewish citizens will give a new impetus to the
close collaborations and the traditional Ser-
bian friendship for our fellow citizens of all re-
ligions."Constantin Fotitch, Minister Plenipo-
tentiary of the Government of Yugoslavia to
the United States.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Mtietty eonpdentud
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
NEW WORLD IDEALS
"It is to preserve this New World identity,
this New World love of liberty, this New World
of peace, this New World love of education and
the dignity of the common man, that Mexico
and the United States and other New World
countries have joined in the great struggle of
the United Nations.
"We are fighting against the monsters of
tyranny and savage force, wherever on the
earth they must be fought.
"We do not turn our backs on the Old
World. We know that freedom cannot be
safe in the New World unless it is secure in
the entire world. We know that our devotion
to New World ideals and our utter willingness
to sacrifice our all in the defense give the mil-
lions in the Old World the courage to fight on."
-Vice President Henry A. Wallace.
SHOFAR KEY TO FAITH IN VICTORY
"In the moral and spiritual education of the
children of Israel the use of the shofar exempli-
fies in a symbolic way the teachings of our pro-
phets that swords should be turned into plough-
shares and spears into pruning hooks; in a
word, that men should learn to transform and
sublimate their impulses and instrumentalities
as to create a world of law and order, justice
and peace.
"In the earliest days of the history of Israel
the shofar was used for the same purpose as
our siren is today; either to sound an alarm or
to give the signal for battle. As the children of
Israel grew in insight and in their understand-
ing of life's problems, they put the shofar to
higher uses. In the course of time this very
shofar became the symbolic instrument in the
awakening of man's intelligence and con-
science."Rabbi Samuel H. Goldenson.
JEWISH NEWS
Next month New York will be the scene of a huge mass
meeting at which a Committee demanding a Jewish govern-
ment-in-exile will be launched One of America's best-
known aviation experts is expected to be a key figure on
that occasion Now that Ben Gurion is back in Palestine,
and rather at odds with Dr. Weizmann, rumors are flying
thick and fast that the Labor Zionists and the Revisionists
will make peace and form a united front The Zionist
Convention in New York will be a regular love fest, and
will issue important data on Jewish efforts in and contribu-
tions to the war The New York headquarters of the Con-
mittee for a Jewish Army was the scene of a unique cere-
mony the other day when Congressman Andrew L. Somers o!
Brooklyn, one of the Committee's most active members, pre-
sented to his son Arthur the wings he had worn as an Air
Corps flyer in World War No. 1 Young Somers has just be-
come a flyer with the 1942 Marine Air Corps.
WHAT GOES ON
Ambassador Lawrence Steinhardt will soon be dropping
into Washington for a spell to report on the situation in Tur-
key and the Near East, we hear But he'll be returning to
his Turkish post When you read "Sabotage," Michael
Sayers' and Albert E. Kahn's expose of the "secret war
against America," keep in mind that many of the subversive
activities described were first exposed by none other than
Walter Winchell ... No wonder the Nazis and their stooges
here don't like Walter The Jewish Family Year Book 1943
will make its appearance next month The publisher is
Emil Flesch, a refugee from Yugoslavia, who was decorated
for bravery during the first World War The editor of this
publication is B. Z. Goldberg, the well-known journalist.
TRANSATLANTIC
On a wall in Amsterdam, reports Leonard Lyons, Nazi
officials recently posted a notice detailing the menu of a de-
licious dinner featuring specialties of the various nations .
Among the more prominent items were Norwegian salmon,
French wine, Brussels sprouts, Greek salad, Danish pastry,
and Holland chocolate ... So while nobody was looking
some Dutch wit chalked underneath the poster: "What's the
good of all that, when you can't have caviar?" The Nazi
New Order, according to a current gag, relieves the German
people of all need for any exertion whatsoever ... Not only
do the conquered nations do all the work, but Hitler does the
thinking for them, Goebbels the talking, and Goering the
eating.
ENTERTAINMENT FIELD
Comedian Jack (Vas you dere, Sharlie?) Pearl has it all
fixed to take the curse off the Baron von Munchausen when
he resumes his radio portrayal of that legendary figure this
month ... In the very first broadcast of the series the once
Germanic Baron will be identified as a native of Holland
It'll be director Gregory Ratoff himself who'll be portraying
Arnold Reuben in the film about the restaurateur This be-
cause Reuben staked Ratoff to many a meal when the then
impecunious actor couldn't afford to pay cash for his victuals.
The portrayal is Ratoff's way of reiterating his thanks
Now it's composer Jerome Kern who's scheduled to be the
subject of a biographical film Oscar Hammerstein 2nd
will write the screen play Remember Sybil Jason, the
little South African girl who spent a couple of seasons m
Hollywood five years ago, and then went back home, after
making only a few pictures? She's in her teens now, and
hopes to return to these shores before long to make another
bid for stardom.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Anna Seghers, author of that fine novel of underground
anti-Nazi movement in Germany, "The Seventh Cross," is one
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FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 2, 1942
*Jewisfi fhridian
PAGE FIVE
With the Houses ofWorship of the Greater Miami Area
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Btiolld Avenue
Miami Heach
,, bamUBL BBJN8ION, Rabbi
p::.; Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Schedule of Services
nailv al a. m- and 7 P- m-;
ribbolos Sliabbos Friday at 6:30
n m Saturdays at 9 a. m. and
630 p. in- Sundays at 8:30 a. m.
and Military at 8 a. m.
Shemini Atzeret Services
Friday, October 2 at 7 p. m.,
and Saturday, October 3 at 9
a m The Yizkor, Memorial ser-
vices' will take place at 10:30 a.
m Dr. Samuel Bension will
sneak on the subject of "The In-
visible Guests at the Celebration."
Children's Simchot Torah
Celebration
In accordance with Jewish tra-
d'tiun the Simchat Torah, Re-
joicing of Hie Law, services at
the Jewish Center are a most
joyous and cay event. The ser-
:il begin on Saturday, Oc-
tober 3 at 7 p. m. Every child
attending will receive a flag and
candv through the courtesy of the
and will be permitted
to participate in the procession
with the Holy Scrolls, which is
accompanied by singing and
dancing of Chassidic melodies and
the modern Palestinian songs.
Even-one is welcome and you
owe it to your child to give him
or her a taste of the joy in Ju-
daism which is really the essence
of our religion.
The Simchat Torah services on
Sunday, October 4 will begin at
9 a. m. Every man and boy at-
tending will be given an "Ali-
yah," a Torah honor and will be
served Kiddush and refreshments.
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MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
I3S V W, Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence Ph....... 2-J176
Mrs. Louis Uargullea, Reporting
CONGREGATION
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
(Gates of Justice)
1545 S. W. Third Street
Miami, Florida
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
781 lls-i Street
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-9793
8. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
1430 s. W. nil, Ti rrace, -Miami
Phone J-2579
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1J7 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus"
Indian Creek Drlve6-1265
Miami Beach
RABH1 '"I..MAN A. ZW1TMAN
jit".' l.i'liuve Drive, Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Rabbi Zwitman win be in the Tem-
pi) y morning. You may consult
a on matter* concerniui; the
community, or your personal
i>>u will be assured sym-
hearlng ai,d advice, and,
say, e ton matter wlil be
br.j in strict confidence.
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the i i gation."Hillel.
Closing Eve of the Sukos Festival
Service will be held on Fri-
day evening, Oct. 2 at 8:15 p. m.
Tnis i- the annual combined
Sukos service and Rejoicing with
Officers, members of
gation, and the youtui
m the congregation will
ate in the procession.
Closing Day of Sukos and
Memorial Service
will be held Saturday morning,
October 3 at 1:00 a. m. Rabbi
Zwitman will speak on the sub-
let: "A Booth in the Wilder-
ness."
Bar Mitzvah
The bar mitzvah celebration of
Alan Westin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Westin, will be held at the
temple services Saturday Oct. 3
at 1:00 a. in. A reception in hon-
w "f the bar mitzvah will be
tendered by his parents, after the
servi
Sisterhood
. A woman who fcareth the
fcwd. she shall be praised."
Proverbs,
Annual inaugural meeting of
H* Sisterhood will be conducted
ln Kaplan Hall on Monday after-
noon, Oct. 5 at 2:15 o'clock. This
Business meeting of the Sister-
nuocl will outline the years
^nedulc and will formulate
P'ans lor the year's work. All
ward members, as well as the
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Service Schedule
Daily Minyon, B:00 a. m.; Min-
cha. 7:00 p. m.: Maariv, 715 p
m,; Saturday, 9:00 a. m.
Services
Services will be held Friday
evening at 0:30 and 7:00 to be
followed by Hakofas. Saturday
morning services will start at 9,
Yizkor will take place at 10:311
and Saturday evening Simchas
Torah services will be held, fed-
lowed by Hakofas. Afternoon
services at 6:30 and 7. Sunday
morning prayer will being at 9
and in the afternoon as on Sat-
urday.
Sisterhood
The first meeting of the sister-
hood took place last week and the
election of officers was held.
Elected include. Mrs. M. Man-
did, president: Mrs. V. Mell, vice-
president; -Mrs. I. A. Orlansky.
secretary, and Mrs. M. Bear,
treasurer. The public is invited
to attend the installation which
will take place Sunday. October
4 at 8:30 p. m. at the synagogue.
Refreshments will be served
Mrs. Mandcd asks all those wo-
men who desire to please be pre-
sent. Any woman is eligible
though their husbands are not
members of the congregation.
The next meeting of the Sister-
hood will take place at the syn-
agogue at 2:30 p. m. on Tuesday.
October 13.
Meeting
A general membership meet-
ing of the congregation will take
place at the' synagogue Tuesday.
October 6. at 3 p. m. Al! mem-
bers are urged to attend as vital
matters with regard to the con-
ation will be acted upon.
Nomination of officers will also
take place'.
Talmud Torah
All members who have child-
ren of Talmud Torah age and
their friends are asked to be
present at the general meeting.
Decision will be' made at this
meeting concerning future plans
and reorganization of the Talmud
Torah. now affiliated with the
Associated Talmud Torah Sys-
tem.
Congratulations
The congregation and the Sis-
terhood join in congratulating
Mrs. George Chertkof, Sylvia, to
her many friends, upon the an.
nouncoment tha she has joined
the WAACS.
Permanent Calendar
Daily services at 8:00 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.: late Friday evening
services, 8:15 p. m.; Sabbath ser-
vices, 8:30 a. m.; Junie>r services,
Saturday 10:30 a. m.; Sh'losh
S'udos, Saturday 0:45 p. m.; He-
brew School, daily 4 to 7 p. m.;
Bar Mitzvah group, Sunday 8:30
a. m.; Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Shemini Azeras Services
Services for the concluding
days of Succas, Friday evening,
at 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "What
Peace After War?"
Yiscor Services
Yiscor or Memorial services
during Shemini Azeras, Saturday
morning at 9:30 o'clock. Sub-
ject, "Life's Negations."
Simchas Torah
Services for "Rejoicing Over
Ihe Law'' for adults and children
Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Subject, "A New Law and Or-
der."
Services for Simcha Torah
Sunday morning at 8:30 o'clock.
for adults and children. Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Cantor Ch.
Hollander will officiate at all
services.
Talmud Torah
Registration continues in our
Talmud Torah. as well as in the
other Associated Hebrew Schools.
ter your child at once.
Sunday School
Registration at our Sunday
School will take place Sunday
morning. October 11th at 10:00
o'clock. Old pupils are to go to
last year's class room, and new
pupils to the office.
YESHIYA
EDUCATIONAL
CENTER
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
jsni South Andiw; Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
RABBI SA.Ml-KI. HALEV1 IJAKON
Telephone His
70.". s. K. 9th Btreet
Succos services will be held
Friday evening at 6:30, Saturday
and Sunday mornings at 9. Rab-
bi J. Shulman of New Jersey will
address worshippers both days.
Evening services for both days
I will start at 6.:30. Saturday
| morning Yizkor will be recited
I at 10:30 and that evening and
Sunday morning the Hakofas
ceremony'will be observed.
The' Center is located at 846
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach.
Services
The final days of the Succoth
Festival will be observed in our
synageigue' starting Friday eve-
ning at 6:45 and on Saturday
morning at 9. At
will be recited. A
Torah party immediately after
Hakofas Saturday evening will
be given to which the general
membership as well as the pub-
lie eif Greater Miami is cordially
invited. The Ladies Auxiliary
will be in charge of the refresh-
ments and special preparations
for the children have been made.
Sunday morning services at 9,
with Hakofas at 11. Evening
services on both days will start
at 6:30.
Sisterhood
The Sisterhood is in charge of
registration of the Talmud Torah
and Sunday School. Teachers for
the Sunday School are now being
selected and a principal for the
school will be announced next
week.
Additional memers for the aux-
iliary are now being enrolled fol-
lowing the appeal made during
the Holidays. As soon as this is
completed plans for the election
of permanent officers will be an-
nounced.
Talmud Torah
Registration fur the' Talmud
Torah is being accepted daily at
the synagogue and announcement
of the opening classes will be
made next week. Our school is
cooperating with the Associated
Talmud Torah System and will
abide by its standards. A teacher
is being selected and is expect-
ed in Miami next week in time
for the opening. A special class-
room for the Talmud Torah will
be established in the rear of the
synagogue building with a con-
necting entrance. This type class-
room will be entirely new to Mi-
ami Talmud Torahs. being com-
pletely different from anything
ever used for that purpose here
in Miami. It will afford ample
light, thorough ventilation, indi-
vidual writing facilities and many
other improvements. Upon com-
pletion the classroom will be op-
en to the public for inspection.
Work will be started Monday and
will be rushed to completion
within a week to ten days.
General Meeting
A general meeting of our con-
gregation will be held week after
next. Nomination of officers
will take place.
Regular Services
Daily services are held at Beth
Sholom Center at 9 a. m. and 7
p. m. Residents of the area
served by the Center will find
10:30 \izkor: their Kaddish and Yahrzeit needs
gala Sunchas; satisfied by these services.
Succoth Services
Regular services are held daily
at 9 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Sabbath and Shemini Otzereth
services will be held at 7 p. m.
today, to usher in the closing
days of the Succoth festival.
At the 8:15 service tonight.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei Will preach
on "The Lesson of Succoth." To-
morrow's service will begin at 9
a. m. At the Yizkor service, at
10 a. m. Rabbi Machtei will
preach on "The Law of Tithes''
Simchath Torah services will
be held at 7 p. m. tomorrow, to
be followed by the Hakkafoth.
Sunday morning's Simchath To-
rah service will start at 9
o'clock.
Yom Kol Hane'Orim
The- children of members and
worshippers, whether enrolled in
the Beth Sholem religious school
or not, have been invited by the
Sisterhood to be their guests at
a Succah party after the Hak-
kafoth on Saturday night. The
children of the National Child-
ren's Cardiac Home will be the
special guests at 10:30 a. m. on
Sunday.
The Sisterhood committee in
charge of the Succah party is
composed of Mrs. Chas. Tobin,
Mrs. Abe Zinnamon, Mrs. J. Slaff.
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BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washinpion Avenue and Third
Btreet, Miami Beach
MOSES ME8CHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1828
MAURICE MAMCHESf. Cantor
621 Lennox Ave., I'hone 5-7133
Shemini Atzereth and Sabbath
services Friday at 8 p. m.
Religious School and
chath Torah services Sund
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood benefit social.
to both men and women,
day at 8 p. m.
Sewing for the Red Cross,
ish War Relief Society, and
dies for America, Tuesday
12:30 to 5 p. m._______.
Sim-
ay at
open
Mon-
Brit-
Bun-
from
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
BE 100%
WITH YOUR
Services
Services for the last two days
of Sukkos will take place Friday
evening at 7, Saturday morning
at 8:30, with Yizkor at 11:30.
Simchas Torah evening services
will start at 7:15 p. m. Sunday
at 8.30 a. m. Refreshments will
follow the services.
Rabbi H. M. Kagan will address
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Shemini Atzeres and Simchas
Torah services of Congregation
Shaaray Tefila, temporarily lo-
cated at 440 Espanola Way. Mi-
ami Beach, are scheduled for
Friday at 6:30 p. m.; Saturday at
9 a. m. and 6 p. m., and Sunday
at 9 a. m. and 6 p. m. Rabbi
Joseph Racjtovsky will conduct
the services and will speak at the
Saturday morning services on the
subject, "The Nations of the
World." Yizkeir services will
take place Saturday at 11 a. m.
A special Simchas Torah program
is being prepared by the commit-
tee.
Religious Services
Shemini Atzeres services will
be held at 7 p. m. Friday eve-
ning and at 9 a. m. Saturday.
Yizkor, Memorial services will
be conducted at 10:30 a. m. Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff will preach
on "They Linger On." Cantor
Maurice Mamches will chant the
services.
Simchass Torah will be cele-
brated Saturday night at 7:30.
Flags, and refreshments will be
distributed among all children.
Refreshments will also be served
adults. Services will be held
Sunday morning at 9 o'clock.
Service men are our invited
guests.
Religious School
Inauguration of the new As-
sociated Talmud Torah curricu-
lum takes place this coming week
in all classes. Classes are held
between the hours of 4 and 7 p.
m. Registration proceeds each
week day afternoon.
Those interested in serving as
teachers in our Sunday morning
sessions are asked to call our
rabbi at the earliest opportunity.
The' first Sunday morning session
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2,
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5,
Sunday School Entertainment
The Center Religious School
will open its season on Sunday,
October 11 at 10 a. m. with a | be at the Center at 7:30 p. m. on
grand celebration. A very fine I Saturday.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE )
Mrs. B. Appel, and Mrs. Harry
Kohn. Children wishing to par-
ticipate in the Hakkafoth should
program has been prepared. The
school will be under the personal
supervision of Dr. Samuel Ben-
sion, assisted by the well known
gifted dramatic teacher, Molka
Reich, as principal. The faculty
consists of college trained teach-
ers, with specialized pedagogic
training.
Children should be registered
no later than Sunday morning.
October 11. Prizes of $5, $3. and
S2 in war stamps will be awarded
to the children bringing in the
largest number of friends into
our Sunday School.
Sisterhood Biblical Bazaar
There has been a most gratify-
ing response by the Jewish wo-
men organizations in Greater Mi-
ami to the Sisterhood appeal for
candidates in the ladies popular-
ity contest which is one of the
main features of this unique
event opening on Saturday night.
October 17. and closing Sunday
night, October 18. Among other
features are the Garden of Ed-
en." dancing to the tunes of a big
name orchestra; ""Sarah's Tent."'
and exhibition of refugee arts
and crafts, etc. Admission will
be the nominal amount of one
dime.
Honor Roll
The following are among those
who have generously responded
to Dr. Bcnsion's appeal on Yom
Kippur in support of the Center:
$750.: Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Glosser.
Religious School
The registration books for Sun-
day school and the Talmud Torah
are still open. Sunday School
classes will start officially Sun-
day, October 11 at 10 a. m. Tal-
mud Torah classes will convene
on Monday, October 12th at 4
p. m.
Dr. Max Ellis, acting president
of Beth Sholom Center, and
Harry Kohn, chairman of the
board of education, will welcome
the children to the Succah party.
STRICTLY
Tidbits from Eyerywher*
by PHINEAS J. BrRON
TEMPLE
ISRAEL
MATH GENIUSES ATTENTION
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
of the very few Occidental writ-
ers who have studied the Chinese
language Abe Simon, the
heavyweight boxer who once as-
pired to Joe Louis' crown, is an
aircraft worker now Abe. as
we believe we've told you,
wouldn't be much good in the ar-
my, as his fingers are too huge
to manipulate a trigger The
drop-hammer he operates at Re-
public Aviation is more his size.
While we're on the subject of
pugilism, we may pass en to you
the fact, reported by Elsa Max-
well, that Bernard M. Baruch at
one time was a champion boxer.
All of which reminds us that
Robert Roy Nathan, chief of the
Planning Board of the War Pro-
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and | duction Board, still keeps up his
If you have any mathematics
books that you no longer nee"d,
please contribute them to the
Beth Jacob Service Men's Club.
311 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach. Our service men need
them urgently.
Insure Your Tomorrow.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS IIKRKKY GIVEN that
the undoralgTied, desiring to engine In
business unoVr the fictitious mime of
IZZY'S PLACE, located at :sti s
\v 87th Avenue, Coconut Grove,
Florida, intend.* to register th' said
name in the t'levk of the Circuit
Court .>f Dade County, Florida.
ISADORE TBNPRICH
Sole Owner
:< (-1: -is-:'". i j
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
j the undersigned, i''-;::n- t" engage in
S500.: Samuel Friedland. Man- '','.:"'
nie Zimmerman.
El. MIHA8UI. LAl'NDRY AM' 1-ltY
CLEANING AtiBNCY, located it
!1 Collins Ave Miami Beach,
, Florida, intend" to register the said
I ime in the office "f the Clerk of
the Clrcull ('.11111 .if Dade County.
Flui ida.
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$300.: Harry Sirkin.
S200.: Edw. Singer.
S150.: K. Burns. J. Imberman.
Geo. Pomerantz, Mrs. M. S. Ru-
bin. Joseph M. Rose. Nat Han-
koff. M. H. Frankel. Leo Robin-
son.
S100.: Edward Kaufman. NOTICE is HERESY GIVEN that
$50.: D. M. Broad. H. Fein, i the undersigned, desiring to enca*e in
Vnaonn Ifloin U,m. KnmtcVe l".IM!les. under the fli-tltious name of
r-ugene Mtin, naiP rvoretsK>. ,-ASH V>M COMPANY, located at
Sam Tritt, Henry Spero, Baruch lffl s w. 7th Avenue. Miami. Plor-
Holman. Rabbi Samueli Bension M^V^^e^TS!
Samuel K. Sherman. Lcfkoc fam- cult Court of i>.uie County, Florida
ilv. MAX B MA UNAS
'S25.: Archie Brick. L. A. Cher- '. j 11.jg.j5 I0. 2-9 W
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K. Kastan. M. Krechevsky. Isa- i\ anh pur [>AI>E COUNTY
dore Nelson. J. Pcinoc. M. San-. FLORIDA.In Probate
dow. Helen Schoenfeld. Nathan ,, ..... KgTAg Ivj^,, .riSA AY
Strauss, S. Wasserman. Jack jay. Deceased.
Hertzman. I To AH Creditors and All Persona Hav-
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Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present an)
claims and demands which you, or
either estate of LOUISA DAY JAY, de-
ceased, late of Miami, Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. P. Blunton,
Count) Judge ol Dade County, and
file the same in his office in the
Count) Courthouse ir^ Dade County^
Florida, within eighi calendai monUu
rrom the date of the first publication
Said .'.aims ..r demands to
contain legal address of the claimant
and to i.e sw..rn to and presented
as aforesaid, ..r game will be barred
s.e Section 120 of the 19 I Probate
A' '
I lal.....tobei 1st, A, i> IT'
OSCAR I. JAY, >v As Admin-
istrator of the Estate of Louisa
Da) Jay. Deceased.
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boxing, as a hobby Musician
David Rose, who's a flyer too. is I
fjoing to train air cadets for On- j
cle Sam, but will retain his civil-
ian status And did you know
that bandleader Benny Goodman
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RETORT DEVASTATING
Most of us have at one time or i
.mother wished we could find'
some way of shutting up those |
loud-mouthed if not numerous
individuals who insist on dwell-
aih in great detail, and at the
top of their voices, on their griev-
ances in these unusual times .
So you'll be glad to hear about
the refugee who was listening to
one of these pests rave on for
hours about how the New Deal is
ruining the country, how trouble- :
some the various rationing sys-1
terns are. etc. You know the
type Anyway, as Winchell re-
ports it. the refugee finally
could not stand the squawking
any longer 'If you don't like
this country." he squelched, "why
don't you go back where I came
from?"
WEEKLY GIGGLE
In Amsterdam, as you know,
most of the citizens still are loyal
to their Queen Wilhelmina .
The story is told of one such
household, which naturally had
trouble getting any food beyond
the bare necessities of life ... So
one day a neighbor told the
housewife that there was one
sure way of getting a good sup-
ply a meat and vegetalestake
down the picture of the Queen.
and put up Hitler's likeness in-
stead Desperate, the house- i
wife did just that, and within a
couple of hours her larder was
replenished Came suppertime
and her husband Seeing the
new decoration on the wall, he
inquired: "How come?" Ex-
plained the wife: "Oh. that's my
new grocer."
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5;
membership of the Sisterhood
at large, are urged to attend.
Religious School
"Even more important than the
rebuilding of the Temple in Je-
rusalem, is the teaching of child-
ren."Talmud.
Regular classes or the Temple
! Israel Religious School will be-
; tin Sunday morning, October 4
i at 10 o'clock. The registration of
! new pupils, assignment to classes
| and the opening school assembly
will take place.
Children of the Religious
School are extended a special and
i.iost cordial invitation to attend
the Torah Festival this Friday
! evening. Oct. 2 at 8:15 o'clock.
There will be a Youth procession
1 with the Torah, and delicacies
will be presented to the children
I y the school board committe.
In Memoriam
""May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Eugenia
Wolff Eloom. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. EuLcne Bloom and sis-
t-r of Henry E Wolff; Louis B.
Rifas. husband of Mrs. Rose Ri-
f.s and brother of Hyland Rifas.
Yahrzeits: Abraham Wolkow-
sky, father of I. Wolkowsky;
Charles Ncidonbi-rg, father of
Mrs. Jos. L. Arkin; Lynn Raff,
daughter nf Mrs. Rose Raff, and
sister of N. Douglas Raff and
Bertram Raft: David Zaban, fath-
er of Mrs. Michael A. Cohen.
Floral offering of last week
presented in memory of Ferdin-
and Hoffman.
BETH
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will be held Sunday, Octohor i.
at 10 o'clock. October n
Our Service Men
A service banner and an oft;
Cial listing of men in the sorvi'l
who are members or scW of
i members of our congregation are
being made for display ln TT
.Community Building Tie ft?
lowing is our present hs. .
, any member or son of a men
i ber is in the service who is not
included in this list, we request
that such name be called in .
our office this week for inclus-
Julius Baida, Bernard Backer
Dr. Benjamin Coleman, Albert
Coopersmith, William CooDer-
smith, David Fleeman. Jerome
Fleeman, Dr. Leonard Finn. Ber
nard Frank. Dr. Stanley Freh-
Ung, Harry Golden. Harold Gold-
stein, Robert Goldstein, Morris
|L. Josepher, Leo Lipowsky, Er-
nest J. London, Baron deHirsch
Meyer. Morris M. Orovitz, Leo
Reinhard. Henry Reinhard. Mor-
timer Sasslaw, Dr. Harry Silver-
man, Leonard Tobin, Jack Tobin
David Berg. Howard deVorkin
and James Bullowa.
Sisterhood Meeting
Our Sisterhood held its first
meeting of this season in our
Succah Wednesday afternoon at
2 o'clock, preceded by a meeting
of the board of directors at 1 p.
m. A new Hebrew-Education or
Ivriah committee was appointed.
A new service committee was
appointed to work together with
a similar committee of the con-
gregation in behalf of our Service
Men's Service Club.
Plans for the coming year
were discussed. The following
dates are published so that other
organizations may avoid conflict
with planned undertakings:
Tuesday. October 27. Wednesday.
Nov. 26, and Thursday. Decem-
ber 10.
Congregational Meeting
A regular meeting of the mem-
bership of our congregation was
held Thursday night. A semi-
annual financial report was ten-
dered. Committee reports were
rendered. A new service com-
mittee was appointed to work to-
gether with the Sisterhood com-
mittee on behalf of our Service
Men's Service Club. All mem-
bers are invited to take part in
this outstanding community ser-
vice which we perform every
week-day evening in the week.
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by clubs throughout the United
States and Canada during the
entire month of October in ac-
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ent national convention to
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PAGE SEVEN
THE FLYING CHAPLAIN
By WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN
Mnte' An a pectal frat-
""SL tawish Kiori'iian present a
"".,,'in a s.tI.- "f two articles on
" "'', Jh.i-i I.. C.oUlberK. following
lain J"'V t,,ur of our Caribbean out-
lieu" &*UgBfm *J*JZA
N*tH
Jewnn
War II-
Navy chaplain In World
During the past week it was
'"nlpasure to spend a delight
STfcWhours with the first rabbi
y<5er_the,United StatesJJavy
A.rine'World War II. He is
Sain Joshua L. Goldberg of
jThird naval district. The
haplain tarried in Miami for
for two days on his way back
;m a 30 day flying tour of the
faribbean area, where he had
" brought spiritual
comfort during
the High Holy
days to hundreds
of Jewish men in
our far-flung out-
posts. While here
Chaplain Gold-
berg spoke at
Temple Israel,
broadcast from
Station WIOD on
the Rabbinical
Hour as Rabbi
Colman Zwitman's guest, and
conducted Sukkot services for the
men in the Beach officers' candi-
date school.
It is a tribute to the character
Chaplain
Goldberg
come into
I boys view
being,
this
Many of the prayer when by some instinctive
instnimoWinm ,War 2nl? as an infl"ence every man in the con-
new ? )iX fur uushcnn8 n a gregation rose to share with the
th* tro ,.r_ mourner in the hor-
to his late father."
i which the pur- mourner in the honor paid by him
General Morale
,* ffo,Uund that the 8enera> mo-
e of the men in service is high
they are lonesome. Every
Disparities in Viewpoint
but
pose of their forefathers' relig-
ion will be transmitted into re-
ality.
It was Chaplain Goldberg's
na?ySUofnc,ahkar^aanky "l*- ^l" < na or ,
abZ SS^LK* && armed forces and th
unusual opportunity for real ser-
vice. They can interpret Jewish
tradition to men who grapple
with primordial forces. It is a
difficult task that brings with it
a deep spiritual satisfaction. "The
Chaplain Goldberg sees a great | chaPla>n Tln the field has to inter-
difference between the present p!"et tne Jew,t0 hls shipmates and
state of mind of the men in the Y";e vcrsa- He ls a binding force
world and
men on
about the Tewwh''.;; >*""** jarmca torces and the civilian pop-1 D,elween tne outside w
,. S'b.h:.mcn .'? servlce-' ulation. Already, because of the : 'he, armfud camP r tnc.
E'ttPJ* information "from home'"'!--- b-cat with pride on
gs
a ; of a PBX, one of the most expen- [Uan~popuiati5n*cl the "import-1 in6s from parents to men"; raising
is precious.. A letter
great cheer. They call a letter
message from heaven"
occasion when: "I met
ide boy from New York, pilot 7 misundei?tanding,: by 'The "civ'- someness within. He bringsVreet-
one great disparity in'viewpoint there i dock 1 l,he battleship. He brings
east are times when there has been w,aIm_tn.fr0muwltlJo"t to the lone-
Dilot ;i misunderstanding by the civ
'"""s1' ""n ncaven' since it | sivelv con ,'norT'r,=,','; "7" CAf)e"" >han population of the import
comes by plane. Chaplain Gold- ook m with h m P!"K' who ':'"' of the war, the significance
berg -saw letters read and re- duty It w ?i k rnXSy of the struggle, and the condi
KJ2&* fim.Lsl .M ^t. i See oV naThas To ,2tt8^ ^^2*J* fi- mus
-achas to see this Jew-
Once I ish boy, who had expressed
Friends share ii the
his
sudd
of
from home was placed i
hands by an eager shipmate.'
Attitude of Jewish Men
As a result of his personal ob-
servation Chaplain Goldberg feels
a
and
a
and
that most of the Jewish men
the
lity that challenged the imag-
ination.
Feeling of Kinship
During and after the High Holy
day services which Chaplain
Ooldberg conducted, he was im-
their life, the exactitude
which they pursue their
ust
carry on their fight. The reali-
ties of the war necessarily are
suppressed by the military su-
periors. Out of ignorance of the
actual facts the civilian popula-
tion tends to draw rosy conclus-
ions. They prefer generalities
to the hard spoken realities.
"It is important," he stated
"that the civilian population be-
gin to understand the true state
of affairs. Otherwise, when the
war is over and when the fight-
ing men, shaken by a profound
g tellow-Jew experience, return to the "strang-
It was officer ers at home,' this chasm will cre-
pr.vate, officer and, ate many tragedies in many
ov-
can
ers
contact
to
on to each other. Young
wives must learn to understand
n 1 pressed particularly by the spirit

with "Lashona Tova."
ippur in the trop- hold
I wive
un one occasion during the scr- j and not lose a single opportunity
vices the rabbi had asked the to enter into the spirit of their
mourners to rise for the kaddish- j husbands af
af'bhaplain ~Goldberg; whom "we! awake, and spirituliiy SB tSft& tehffStaS whSn Becau^i
found possessed of a colorful to the highest motives of democ-' he had lost two months aeo Wo rh^ in f,
personality which endears him to racy in tne new world which will' were not far advancedMn the the army a
civilian morale. He is the inter-
preter of the meaning of the war
in terms of the future to men who
must wield the weapons of de-
struction for the defeat of Hit-
ler. He is the counselor, frier.d,
and comrade. Only on rare oc-
casions in history has the rabbi
been presented with such a
unique opportunity."
morale. The very spirit they dis-' ics."
play under adverse circumstances
also is proof of that.
.u:?.UP,b_rin*in.8 koPs thc mourners to rise for the kaddish: I husbands at the front."
wholesome in body.
the men in uniform, that although
he could have spent the holidays
:n the comfort of his New York
home, he solicited the overseas
assignment. He was convinced
that while the Jews in the Unit-
ed Stalis have ample religious
facilities, the boys in the armed
foltes abroad thirst for a word
of comfort from a spiritual lead-
er. Traveling under orders from
Captain Robert D. Workman,
head of the chaplains' division
0; the navy, he also carried out
important duties for the army
and navy religious activities
committee of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board.
Coming Trends
Leaving New York City by
naval plane on September 23,
Chaplain Goldberg filled a speak-
ing engagement in Norfolk, where
to previously had been invited to
addnss the graduating class of
the U. S. Navy chaplains' school
on "The Meaning and Signifi-
cance of Jewish Ceremonials."
According to Chaplain Goldberg,
the school foreshadows a "com-
ing trend in the future education-
al techniques." Catholic, Pro-
testant and Jewish ministers are
;ether In barracks, liv-
in? a common daily life at close
proximity, and '.sharing in an
intellectual and spiritual experi-
ence unparalleled in the history
of theological training."
In order to serve all men alike.
the Jewish chaplains must learn
we character of the approach to
tarrts and Catholics. The
in turn must learn to un-
ajrstanj the personal problems
of the Jewish men in service. The
religious expressions of the dif-
"rent faiths here are reduced to
a common denominator. Every
thaplain to whom Rabbi Gold-
wg spoke felt that this brief
wperiencc should enrich them
^ond measure.
Fine American Spirit
After his short stay at Norfolk,
haplain Goldberg was flown by
naval plane to stations in Cuba,
fwto Rico, the Virgin Islands,
ana the West Indies, to officiate
,'^""vices. as well as to organize
Role of Chaplain
of these problems, the
els that the rabbis in
rmy and navy have a most
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local
committees for the Nation-
>' Jewish Welfare Board. At ev-
y base he found that Catholics
jna Protestant chaplains already
aa done their utmost to make
"possible for the Jewish men to
ome under the influence of a re-
"gious leader.
But what sustained him per-
rfly in his optimism for the
I?11" America of the future was
nor,!"? a fine American spirit
Mrvading officers and men in
*L in^s: "None of the non-
their abolline men according to
ciarracial and denominational
aMfieation. These men who
m,' '" r(,alities and feel the true
radrs tne war act as cm-
servi- m arms and shipmates in
spirit ?? weI1 as comrades in
to ,fj ,.ls relationship is bound
hoffi fundamentally the rela-
CicPanf a .segments of the
the u-, PP"lation even after
c *ar (s over"
SERVING THE NATION
j t -.(,. nf Aleoh Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith youth organization, who have registered
(D-Some of the thousands of member, ^J^AJj^ MmM thr^ughout the country. (2)-AZA's B'nai
center for community war service by providing the facilities
instruction units, war bond sales booths, recreation center for
(3)One of the more than 5,000 AZA boys who

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FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
The vi.-ws expressed by Mr. Boxer-
man are his own and do noi nec-
essarily represent the opinion of
Tlii- Jewish Plorldlan.
War of Confusion
In a recently issued volume of
147 pages, remarkable for its
powers of condensation. Leslie
Balough Bain. WIOD commentaor
distills out what already has been
written on the roots of World
War II He presents his find-
inss in a highly palatable form
for the average man on the street
who doesn't care to struggle with
a complicated treatise.
Much has been said about Hit-
ler's so-called secret weapon, the
story of which first gained cur-
rency during the French debacle.
Bain titles his hook "The War of
Confusion" because he finds "the
much heralded secret weapon
with which the Nazis and then-
allies started out on their gigan-
tic manhunt to conquer the world
was and still is confusion."
Strange Parallel
To one who for a decade has
been very close to the problem,
the writer's analysis of Jew-hat-
red presents nothing new. except
for its comparison with the Jap-
anese hatred of the Chinese, a
parallel which, so far as we know,
no previous writer has drawn.
However. Bain tends to over-
look a fundamental basis for the
feeling against the Jewish peo-
ple, namely their religious char-
acter There is something to
the thesis of Maurice Samuel that
anti-Semitism essentially is an-
ti-Christianity and the rejection
of the monotheistic and other civ-
ilizing conceptions which Jews
imposed upon an unwilling
world.
A Modified Fascism
There has been too much of
the monotonous refrain from
some people in high quarters that
democracy is dead and that we
must accept a modified fascism.
Bain voices his waith in democ-
racy aa the wave of the future.
In his chapter on "The Shape of
Things to Come" he expresses the
belief that "the world of tomor-
row will be a world void of hat-
reds, exploitations, fear, masters
and slaves ... It will be, because
the peoples who are now sacri-
ficing their lives will it to be.
Human progress cannot be de-
feated, only temporarily retard-
ed."
The whole tenor of this think-
ing corresponds with the pro-
gramming of the peace institutes
of the American Jewish Congress,
American Jewish Committee, and
Other agencies planning the post-
war world.
Clear Beyond Sophism
In a splendid discussion of di-
vided loyalties and their role in
weakening America, appears this
gem of understanding: "By now
it should be clear beyond any
sophism that in a Democratic
country, founded on the premise
that all men are created equal,
all propaganda of hate, preju-
dice, and bigotry is subversive."
There are many who have yet to
realize this truth Else we
would not have a situation i ven
today, in which some men of
high rank in the government and
in the armed forces can "sound
off" against the Jews or the
Catholics in public places with
perfect impunity.
Naturally, progress has been
made ... A year ago the same
Policy. Winrod, and the others
could spew forth their hatred
and no law could touch them .
Today the government has recog-
nized that their anti-Semitism
was part and parcel of subvers-
ism, calculated to destroy our
democracy But we repeat,
many who call themselves Amer-
icans refuse to see this point.
Keen Analyst
Mr. Bam has been in the pub-
he eye for quite some time .
His radio news comments have
been fair and liberal in their out-
look Several times when he
had occasion to speak specifical-
ly on the tilth column in the
U. S. we were struck with the
keenness of his analysis We
have never asked him what kind
of response he gets from his au-
dience' by way of letters of com-
ment and encouragement to keep
up the good work.
Yet we dare say that his ex-
perience is that of most commen-
tators, namely, that fair-minded
Listeners do not take the trou-
ble to express their appreciation
or offer positive criticism The
reading public now has an oppor-
tunity to pay concrete tribute to
Mr. Bain through the purchase
of his book, thus giving his
thinking the widest possible dis-
semination "The War of
Confusion." on sale- at Burdine's
for two dollars, is an excellent in-
vestment for anyone who really
wants to clarify his thinking on
the most important issues of our
time.
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
Bv PAUL WEITZMAN
Dade County Defense Council is
to imbue the men departing for
oamp in the armed forces with
ine knowledge that the local com-
munity is cognizant of their go-
ing and of the sacrifices that they
are prepared to make for their
Country. No longer will men
leave Miami feeling that no one.
ily, is concerned about the
fare.
cir we).
FRIDAY, OCTOBERj, 1QM
?el ^J* immliate fa
And if B'nai B'rith has *,
these men feel a little bright
spirit it has performed a valtaw"
service in building m,ara^,UaJe
should do this kind of hi.'iM
more often. bu"d"ig
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armed forces the help they need.
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On Monday. September 28. a
sixteen-car scrap train left Mi-
ami for the steel mills with the
fruits of the City Scrap Metal
Salvage Campaign.
It must gladden the hearts of
B'nai B'rith members when they
learn that through the efforts of
the Salvage Committee of Sholem
Lodge, headed by Louis Hciman.
one of these carloads carried
metal donated by members and
salvaged by the committee.
No one man was responsible
for the Herculean taskspace
does not permit the naming of all
the men who worked and the
business firms who donated
trucks and men to gather the
scrap metal. But every Jew in
our community can be proud of
the fact that one-sixteenth of the
load that left Miami was there
by reason of the labor and dona-
tions of the Jewish people. Here
again we have a concrete indica-
tion that our service to the na-
tion and to the community ex-
ceeds in proportion to our nu-
merical strength in the commun-
ity.
"Our" carload bore the leg-
ends. "Dear Adolph. A present
from B'nai B'rith." and "Miami
B'nai B'rith is in the War Against
the Axis."
The scrap drive is still in pro-
gress. We still have scrap metal
to send to the mills, but the
scrap already on its way is des-
ignated as Class 1 scrap because
it can be applied to the best uses
other scrap metal will serve
lesser important service but
nevertheless important. You can
help by notifying the B'nai B'rith
office where scrap metal can
be picked up. We haven't stopped
with one carload. More are due
to roll ere you and I can call it a
day.
On Wednesday. Septcmer 30.
Sholem Lodge acted as host to a
group of men headed for Camp
islandingand induction into the
army. Approximately 175 men
left on the buses.
In line with the policy of Sho-
lem Lodge to cooperate with oth-
ers, when cooperation will best
serve the interest of our Country,
this activity was undertaken at
the behest of the Morale Com-
mittee of the Dade County De-
fense Council.
A committee of ten men. head-
ed by Maurice Grossman, and
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom heading a
committee from the Ladies Auxil-
iary, saw to it that each man
leaving received a gift package
containing cookies and cigarettes
and a parting word of encourage-
ment.
The idea being fostered by the
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JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
Returning this week from New
York was Mr. T. Myers.
O. P. Gruner returned to the
city from a combined business
and pleasure trip.
Beth Israel Temple held im-
pressive Sukkos services last
week and will again observe the
festival this week-end.
Mrs. Jack Kapner entertained
friends at her home recently in
nonor of her daughter's birth-
day. Games were played and re-
freshments served.
A large crowd attended the
service men's dance Sunday night
at the camp. B'nai B'rith Lodge
was the host for the occasion.
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Rabbi Manuel Greenstcin as-
sisted by Jack Kapner. conduct-
ed services last week at Sher
Hall. Services will also be held
this Friday, Saturday and Sun-
day.
A sophomore at the University
of Florida. Sidney Dubbin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dubbin, left
Thursday for Gainesville to re-
sume his studies. Also leaving
for the University was Louis
Leibovitz. son of Mr. and Mrs.
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