The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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^Jewish Florid tin
Qzmmao Yhe Jewish HJtnity
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
SYSTEM
The recently organized Asso-
ciated Talmud Torahs of Greater
Miami will, for the first time in
tht history of Miami Jewry, cre-
ate a uniform system similar to
that in the public schools. Since
the organization of this commit-
tee, parents have registered their
children in greater proportion
than in previous years.
The period between October 5
to 15 has been designated as
Jeu-ish Education Week in Mi-
ami. Many children who have
not registered for Hebrew school
are urged to register in schools
nearest their homes.
Dr. Safra is chairman of this
committee and is assisted by the
following: Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Mr. H. Sootin. Mr. Krentzman,
Mr. Sam Brooks, Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff. Dr. Samuel Bension,
Mr. Harry Sirkin, Mr. B. Olman,
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi
Colman Zwitman, Mr. I. Lavine,
Mr. Louis Zeientz, Mr. B. Meyers,
Mr. John Temple, Mr. Milton
Weiner, Mr. A. Pepper, Mr. S.
Rosenbloom, Mr. Morris Klass,
Mr. Maurice Grossman and Mr.
George Chertkof.
HUNGARIAN LAWYERS ASK
DISBARMENT OF ATTORNEYS
Beme (WNS)The Association
of Hungarian Lawyers has ap-
proached the government with a
demand that all Jewish attorneys
be disbarred, according to re-
ports received here.
NAZIS TO CONFISCATE U. S.
JEWS ASSETS IN BANKS
New York (WNS)Nazi auth-
orities in Paris, with the conniv-
ance of the Vichy government.
have taken "the first step toward
confiscation of the property of
American citizens in both occu-
pied and unoccupied France," the
New York Post reported this
week.
The newspaper stated that the
action, directed against American
Jews with funds or securities in
deposit at America banking
houses in Paris, parallels the
anti-Jewish moves, made by the
Nazi government in Germany
prior to the actual confiscation
of Jewish properties.
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EXECUTE 14,000
JENS BJ4 DAYS
New York (WNS)Nazi Ges-
tapo officials executed 14,000
Jews in Riga last April in an of-
ficial pogrom which lasted for 14
days, according to information
made public here by the Belgian
Information Center. Among the
14,000 victims were several hun-
dred Dutch Jews and 100 Jews
from Belgium.
'The head of the Gestapo di-
rected the executions which took
place in a wide field where a big
ditch had been dug," the Belgian
Information Center reported.
"The order was given to the Jews
to disrobe completely. Then fol-
lowed an indescribable scene,
men and women crying, crawling
on their knees, begging the Ger-
man executioners for mercy, but
without any effect.
"These unfortunates, who in-
cluded young children, were lined
up at the edge of the ditch and
mowed down with machine guns.
When the executions were com-
pleted, the ditch was filled with-
out anyone bothering to ascer
tain whether any of the victims
were still alive. An Esthonian
officer who witnessed the execu-
tions was unable to stand this
spectacle and suddenly went
mad."
The Belgian Center explained
the presence of Dutch and Bel-
gian Jews in Riga: "Various pre-
texts were given by the German
authorities when the Dutch or
Belgian Jews were sent to the
the entire program. Plans for East. it appears that in the be-
another campaign rally will be gjrvning the Nazi proposed to em-
announced shortly. I ploy them at difficult and urg-
------------------------------------------------,ent work, as for example, road
JEWISH CEMETARY ASSOCIATION buadin*
HOLDS ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Mr. A Pepper, longtime Miami |
resident and active in communal
affairs was unanimously chosen
to serve his third term as presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Cemetery Association at the
election meeting of the organiza-
tion held last Monday evening.
Prior to serving as president Mr.
Pepper was treasurer for four
consecutive terms and then was
elevated to the higher position.
He was treasurer and vice-presi-
dent of the Miami Jewish Orth-
odox Congregation and now is
president of Congregation
Schaarei Zedek. He is a life
member of the Y. M. ri. A., a
member of the Miami Zionist
District, the B'nai Brith, the Elks
ar>d numerous other civic groups.
Officers elected in addition to
Mr. Pepper were Mr. Nat Zalka,
1st vice-president; Mrs. S. Stone
2nd vice-president, Mr. Morris
frank, treasurer and Mr. Sidney
" Palmer, secretary.
Meetings are held the first
Monday of every month.
At the meeting Monday night
delegates of the constituent
groups were seated as representa-
uves to the Association for the
coming year. Delegates are:
e'h Jacob: Mr. M. B. Frank, Mr.
Jj- Goldstein, Mr. I. L. Mintzer;
Beth David: Mr. Sidney H. Pal-
"><*. Mr. Nat Zalka, Mr. Ernest
^"ssman; Sisterhood Chesed
NUd Emes. Mrs. S. Stone, Mrs. M.
LAVAL PLANS TO STRIP JEWS
OF FRENCH CITIZENSHIP
'The membebrship drive of
the Y. M. H. A. is now in full
swing." Mr. Isaac Joffe, Chair-
man stated in announcement
made this week. "The first lap
of the race has been covered with
100 of the five hundred goal al-
ready secured. We are deeply
appreciative of the efforts ex-
pended by our teams and mem-
bers who are putting forth every
effort to put the "Y" and this
campaign over the top."
An attendance of three hundred
was had at the Membership
Smoker held last Wednesday
evening at the Y clubrooms. An
enthusiastic reception greeted
London (WNS)All Jews who
settled in France after 1920 will
soon be stripped of their French
citizenship by order of pro-Nazi
Chief of Government, Pierre La-
val, Free French circles here re-
ported this week.
These sources said that France's
No. 1 Quisling was waiting for
public indignation, aroused by
the recent mass deportations of
Jews to Nazi-occupied East Eu-
rope, to subside before announc-
ing the next step in his anti-Jew-
ish program.
Meanwhile, Laval is "purg-
ing" state and municipal officals
friendly to the Jews and replac-
ing them with known anti-Sem-
ites.
RELIEF WORKER
were
changed and the unfortunates
were executed with the other
Jews of the Baltic countries."
INDIANAPOLIS POST URGES
THAT NO PULPITS BE FILLED
Indianapolis (WNS)-The
Jewish Post of Indianapolis this
week called upon Anglo-Jewish
newspapers throughout the coun-
try to follow its lead in cam-
paigning for an understanding
among American congregations
that no new rabbis should be ap-
j pointed permanently for the
duration.
The editorial argued that a
rabbi who volunteers to serve his
country should not be "penalized
for his courage" by congregations
making permanent appointments.
ROSENWALD ASSOCIATION
MAKES GRANT TO AID WAR
New York (WNS)The Rosen-
wa'd Family Association has
made a grant of $20,000 to the
IGNORE ALL LAI
Washington (WNS)Henry S.
Harvey of the American Friends
Service Committee, who returned
here this week from unoccupied
France where he was engaged in
relief oprations, reported that
the French people ignore the an-
ti-Jewish laws whenever possible.
"One certain opportunity which
every visitor gets to check the
anti-Semitic adherence is in hote'
admittance," the American relief
worker said. "While there is a
prohibition on the acceptance of
Jewish customers at hotels, only
onethe Grand Hotel at Perpig-
nanof the 15 at which I stayed
abided by the order. Numbers of
Jews were found in the hotels liv-
ing in defiance of Hitler with the
assent of the proprietors."
SWISS REPORTER
BARES HORRORS
OP LUBLIN GHETTO
Zurich (WNS)A correspond-
ent of the Swiss newspaper
"Neue Zeitung," the first non-
German reporter permitted by
the Nazi authorities to visit the
Lublin Jewish ghetto in occu-
pied Poland, has returned with
a story of misery and filth which
he described as beyond "human
imagination."
The Swiss newspaperman re-
ported that "50,000 Jews are
crammed into an area where on-
ly 10,000 could live under any
condition approaching normal."
Despite a terrible housing short-
age, another 10,000 Jews are be-
ing shipped to the Lublin ghetto-
"The misery and filth in which
the Jews are compelled to live
is beyond human imagination,"
the returned correspondent said.
"Never have I felt such deep pity
overtome me as here at the sight
of the deep misery concentrated
in that small portion of the earth.
The houses are small and dilapi-
dated and some carry signs at
the entrances warning of the
presnee of infectious diseases.
"Standing in the street and
watching a Jewish peddler sell-
ing half-rotten food, I heard a
moaning voice from a low cellar
window begging me to move on
because I was shutting out the
one ray of light coming through
the window into the cellar.
"I entered the house and found
in the dark, damp cellar, a family
of four. The iurniture consisted
of two small chairs, a rickety
bench, two mattresses on the bare
floor, and a few cooking utensils.
To my astonishment, I found an-
other family living in a basement
under the cellar without any day-
light at all."
Y. M. H. A. PRESIDENT UGERS
EVERY JEW TO JOIN THE Y"
A. Pepper
President Greater Miami Jewis
Cemetery
Association
Kotkin. Mr. Max Kupferstein;
Mm. Jewish Orthodox Cong
E Albert Pallot. Mr. Leon Kap-
fan Mr. John C. Temple; Cong.
LThaarei Zedek: Mr. A. Pepper-
I am greatly pleased with the
progress that is being made in
the Membership Campaign.
Having just returned from a
northern trip where I have visit-
ed many institutions, I am proud
that our "Y" is doing a job com-
parable to any of those institu-
tions that I have visited.
Never was there a time in our
existence when the teaching of
our youth was so vital a problem
as at present. With many of our
young men being called into the
service, others going into defense
plants, those that remain at home
must be prepared to do the job.
It is the purpose of Community
Centers such as the Y. M. H. A.
of Greater Miami to prepare
these youngsters to be leaders.
To that end the Y. M. H. A. has
dedicated itself and I know a
splendid job is being done.
Such a task needs a great deal of
manpower and financial help.
No single person, no matter how
competent and capable, can do
It needs the as-
I.
Jewish Occupational Council to
institute a program designed to
make more effective the utiliza-
tion of the Jewish labor supply
in the national war production
orogram, it was announced here, that job alone.
K. Shochet.
' Phillip Berkowitx
President Y. M. H. A.
columns of what the "Y" is do-
ing. The best thing to do is to
find out for yourself. Join the
"Y," come to its meetings, join in
its activities, and you will be
convinced that this institution is
one that you ccannot neglect.

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fjewis/i ncridian
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9,
Social

Personals
Clubs

Organizations
Joiining the ranks of WAVE
trainees this week were three
Miami girls. Miss Jean Wein-
bcrg, daughter of Mrs. Sadie
Weinberg, left Tuesday for a four
months training period in Okla-
homa. Miss Shirley Barnett and
Miss Leona King, who will study
at the University of Indiana to
become storekeepers, left Wed-
nesday evening.

Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer left
this week for an extended va-
cation in New York. Baltimore,
and Evansville. Ind.. to visit
relatives.
e e
Mrs. Louis Markowitz is spend-
ing a few weeks at the River-
mont Park sanitarium for a rest
cure and treatment, Director
Beer announced.

Private Hy C overman, sta-
tioned at Belle Haven, recently
returned from a visit to his
family in New York. Private
Coverman spent the holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Add
man.
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Private Arthur William Gold-
berger, son of Rabbi and Mrs.
Akiba Goldberger, Miami Beach,
is stationed with the infantry at
Camp Gruber, Okla., and ex-
pects to be handling the camp's
social activities as soon as the
new recreation hall is completed.

S. James Cohen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George M. Cohen, will
be Bar Mitzvah tonight at T in
pie Israel at 8:15. A reception
will follow the services.
WOMEN FOR PART
TIME OCCUPATION
Can work from their own
homes and make surprisingly
large earnings. For full de-
tails write
MAC
c o P. O. Box 2973,
Miami Florida
The
Normandy School
1021 Biaritz Drive
Miami Beach
NOW OPEN FOR
FALL TERM
REGISTER NOW'
PHONE 5-1061
LEO HUBERMAN
Headmaster
Jay Cristol. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Cristol, will be Bar
Mitzvah at the Beth Jacob syna-
gogue tomorrow morning. Fol-
lowing the services, his parents
will entertain at a reception in
their home.

Newton Frishman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Frishman, 1401 S.
W. 5th street, left Thursday
morning for Camp Blanding.
Friends and relatives gathered at
his home Wednesday evening for
a farewell party.
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Louis Wolfson and his son.
Mitchell Wolfson. have returned
from a trip to North Carolina.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein, 824 Al-
ton road, announce the wedding
of their daughter. Gladys, to
William Walsh, an event of Sept.
17. 1942.

A two-week visit with her
daughter in New York and a
six-week stay in Ohio highlighted
the vacation of Mrs. Minnie
Wainer. who recently returned
to the city. Mrs. Wainer is mak-
ing her home at 1230 Ocean
drive. Miami Beach. Her son.
Sam. is stationed here.

Wives and mothers of service
men were honored at a tea Mon-
day by members of the Beth
Jacob Service club who this week
started a policy of "Get Ac-
quainted." Miss Marion Wood
of the recreation division of the
Miami Beach Park department
was the guest speaker. Tem-
porary officers of the group in-
clude: Chairman, Mrs. Kenneth
Arbetter; co-chairman, Mrs. Wil-
liam Shaffer; secretary, Mrs.
Milton Eger. Mothers and wives
of service men are invited to at-
tend the daily get-togethers.
e e
Twin sons were born to Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Klass Friday.
Oct. 2. Mr. Klass is executive
secretary of the Federation.
Installation of new officers
and discussion of their medical
contributions will be the high
points of the initial meeting of
the Miami chapter of Senior
Hadassah Monday, Oct 2, at 2
p. m. at Carl's, 1711 Alton road.
Miami Beach. Officers who will
be installed by Rabbi Samuel
Bension include: Honorary presi-
dent, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff;
president, Mrs. Milton Sirkin;
vice presidents, Mrs. Harry Pla-
toff, Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild and
Mrs. Joseph Rambam; recording
secretary. Mrs. Edward I. Lovitz;
corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Samuel Getzug; financial secre-
tary, Mrs. Louis Heiman; treas-
urer. Mrs. Morris Plant. First
public reading of an original
dramatic sketch, "America An-
swers the Challenge," will be
presented by Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein, American Affairs chair-
man. Theme of the playlet is the
civilian defense program. Music
and a social hour will follow the
program.
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Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig an-
nounce the birth of a grand-
daughter. Judith Ellen. Saturday.
Oct. 3, at Jackson Memorial hos-
pital. She is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Gordon.
e e e
On Sunday Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei officiated at the Brith Milah
of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Mascda, 724 N. W. 24th street,
and on Wednesday the Brith
Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Rauzin, 1385 S. W. 19th
street. Both ceremonies were
held at Jackson Memorial.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Defense Bonds are your surety
for freedom
THE LEAR SCHOOL
BOARDING AND
DAY SCHOOL
For Boys and Girls
In Session Now
1010 West Avenue
PHONE 5-0606
IDA R. LEAR
Director
Spanish language studio 909 SECURITY BUILDING------PHONE 9-2186
FELIX RODRIGUEZ. Director ANNOUNCE THE OPENING of a BRANCH STUDIO IN Mercantile National Bank Bldg. SUITE 501 PHONE 5-6966 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
TOWER
THEATRE
S. W. Ith St. at 15th
AIR-CONDITIONED
Fri. & Matinee Only Sat.
Oct 9-10
Laughs with the
Hilarious Bumsteads
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WITH
ARTHUR LAKE
PENNY SINGLETON
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Sat. Afternoon Starting 4:30
P. M & Sun. & Mon.
Oct. 10-12
Walter Winchell
Says "One oJ the Year's
Best Comedies"
"BETUIEEH
US GIRLS
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WITH
DIANA BARRYMORE
ROBERT CUMMTNGS
KAY FRANCIS
JOHN BOLES
Mrs. Jack Greene. Cleveland
apti.. Miami, i* recuperating at
her home from injuries received
in an automobile accident a few
days ago.
e e e
The Greater Miami chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver has chosen
the Concourt hotel, 309-23rd
street, Miami Beach, for the
scene of its card party Tuesday,
Oct. 13. Installation of officers
will be held Oct. 27.
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Back from Petersburg. Va.. it
Mrs. Edward Peyser, the former
Belle Tannen. who will remain
in Miami Beach with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tanen. Lieu-
tenant Peyser accompanied his
wife here but returned to Peters-
burg, where he is stationed.
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Funeral services for Harry
Stoltzberger, 48, of 145 N. W.
Second avenue, was held Tues-
day at the Palmer funeral chapel
with Rabbi S. M. Machtei offi-
ciating. Mr. Stoltzberger, a
salesman, died in a Miami hos
pital Monday. He came to Miami
three years ago from New York
City. He leaves a brother,
Samuel Stoltzberger.
e e e
Friends and relatives are
asked to be present at the un-
veiling of a monument to the
memory of the late Harry Stock
Sunday. Oct. 1. at 1:30 p. m. at
the Jewish section of the Wood-
lawn cemetery. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of Beth, David congregation
will officiate. Sidney H. Palmer
is in charge of arrangements.
e e e
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Querido
announce the birth of their first
daughter at St. Francis hospital
last week.
Weekly meetings of Girl Srm,.
Troop 73 are held wSLSP
at 6:30 p. m. in the home M\"
Evelyn Decky. 90S ,
avenue. Miami Beach, leader n.
the group. Assistant leader i
Beatrice B.bit. Officert ^ "
President. Marcia Faber ,T'
president. Marilyn Hochman.
secretary. Beatrice Licht: tie..'
urer. Phyllis Glasser.
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The Biblical bazaar, under the
direction of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center sis-
terhood, which takes place Sat
urday, Oct. 17, and Sunday after-
noon and evening, Oct. 18, is re-
ceiving successful response, and
plans are going ahead full speed
reports Miss Ruth Brotman, ac-
tive in the affair. The bazaar will
contain many novel surprises
and the "popularity contest" for
a Jewish queen and two ladies-
in-waiting, to be chosen from the
many charming ladies in the
"Garden of Eden" have brought
forth many outstanding con-
testants. Already participating
are "Miss Young Judea,-' Hope
Ellen Tannenbaum; "Miss Amer-
ican Jewish Congress," Susan
Fleishman; "Miss Senior
League," Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center, Mrs. Dr. J.
Falk; "Daughter Eve," Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter sisterhood, Mrs. Dorothy
Gerstenfeld, and others.
PAGAN'S
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No one wants a stranger to make a decision
that affects his family.
Yet. that is exactly what happens to many
families who do not own a private plot.
In the moment of shock and sadness, you would
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a person make a selection that affects those dear
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Don't force your family to buy a plot "blindly."
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MARCHING MEN
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
u..ekly feature 1. prepared
(TJ' nubllo relation, committee of
"%-Mer Mlwnl Army and Navy
St SfSai of the National Jew.h
Cornm"1"., ". Tne committee tn-
*"*rewiiUam I Boxerman. chalr-
dud"i*& Bronston. Fred K.
SSchrt and I-aul WelUm.n
* ..ihutlona to thla column ara
(Coatrbutlona o fofm
loomed jarticu-j Greater
5!.!0U0y.nVo Acknowledgement*
From a mother in Marlboro.
MiSf. "I wish to tell you of my
rieeo appreciation of your effort*
to make my son's stay a happy
one he is shown the kind-
ness and consideration by others
that your organization has ex-
tended to him, I'm sure he will
find it easier to face this crisis."
From parent* in Hud*on. Ma**.:
We wish to express our heart-
felt gratitude and thanks to you
and your splendid organization
in making our son's transition
from civilian to our country's
military service an easier one ...
It is difficult to find the words
to express the feeling in our
hearts to hear and know that
he has a pleasant, wholesome
place to seek recreation."
From relative* of High Holy
Day guest* at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Rudy R. Adler: "My
son wrote me about the wonder-
ful time he had at your home ...
May God bless you both for your
kindness ... No words can ex-
press the feeling I had when I
knew that he was spending the
holidays at a kind Jewish fam-
ily's home ... I want to thank
you from the bottom of my heart
in enabling a mother to know
that her son is not alone and
friendless in a far away city."
"Although you are unknown
to my parents they join me in a
most appreciative thanks to you
for making Rosh Hashonna a
most pleasant and enjoyable
holiday ... I am sure that all
the boys who avail themselves
of your charming hospitality feel
HEARD AROUND
By Paul Weitsman
nicest hosts in Miami Beach'...
The information, too, that he
will again be your guests on the
evening of Yom Kippur makes
me extremely happy."
Thumbnail Sketche*
Walter H. Cohen is now with
the Army in New Orleans, La___
2nd Lieut. A. N. Kaplan, jr.. en-
listed in the infantry in June
and is stationed at Fort Benning.
Lieut Kaplan was a reserve of-
ficer due to his previous R. O.
T. C. training Corp. Marty
Weitsman has been in the service
since June, 1941 ... He is now
in the quartermaster corps sta-
tioned at Falsworth, N. C.
Haold Elliot Simon, recently
commissioned an ensign, is at
Norton Heights, Conn. Harold
is a graduate of the University
of Illinois and was connected
with a firm of certified public
accountants in Miami Morton
Michael* believes that Army life
begins at 53 ... A veteran of
World War I, he celebrated his
birthday recently by enlisting in
the Army and has been sent to
Camp Blanding for special train-
ing ... In World War I he was
a sergeant carrying confidential
papers for general headquarters
in France.
Dr. Loui* Miller is stationed at
Brooklyn Navy Yard ... He
served in World War I as a ser-
geant in the infantry Ad-
mitted recently to the officers'
candidate school on the Beach
were Sgt. Julius E. Roth, Pvt.
Wm. E. Lerner and Corp. John
M. Zucker Melville Letaw is
now a corporal in the Army air
forces ... He was sent to Camp
Blanding on August 3 and from
there to Keesler Field in Missis-
sippi; after a few days there he
qualified and was sent to the
Stewart Technical School in
New York.
Pt. Jack Cohen is among the
Army personnel which activated
as I do ... On this eve of atone-' Texas' newest flying school near
ment may I wish you well and Greenville, Texas ... He for-
for us all a victory and peace I merjy was stationed at Perrine
everlasting." Field, Texas Milton L. Ro*en-
"In behalf of my parents and WBtt' wn0 enlisted last June, is
Major Elry Stone finding it
hard to get an apartment in Jack-
sonville, when here in Miami...
Dr. Fleming at Keesler Field,
Biloxi, Miss. Pvt. Jack Ab-
bott was there, but now he is
at Gulfport Field, Gulfport, Miss.,
330 Base Headquarters, if you
want to write him. He is in the
judge advocate's department,
using his legal training in the
Army. May soon be scheduled
for O. C. S., we hear ... Dr.
Louis G. Lytton shed the state
of celibacy and embarked upon
the sea of matrimony. Will soon
take up where he left off, bring-
ing his bride to Miami Col.
Richard Gimbel finally got his
wish. He is somewhere over-
seas ... As is, or soon will be,
Dr. Isadore Fishbein. He was
one of our first doctors to an-
swer the call of the Army for
physicians. He is a veteran of
almost two years Ensign
Leonard Gross has a few days'
respite from the Key West
mosquitos, and spends them in
Miami Pvt. J. H. Davidson
seen around town doing Army
work locally, which is nice work,
if you can get it Lieut. Mor-
ris Furman attending O. T. S. on
the Beach Capt. Albert Dub-
bin, toting a saddle, off for
somewhere, complaining of the
heat. It seems it's much hotter
when you are in the Army than
just sitting at a desk Lieut.
Jack J. Falk, head of eye clinic
at Camp Rucker, Ala. Lieut.
Joe Davis is at Newport, R. I.
. Pvt. Arthur Rifas is at Camp
Custer, Mich. Sam Stone at-
tending U. S. Naval School at
Norfolk, Va., where they threaten
to wear off his paunch Leo
Robinson married and now living
at the Cadillac.
Items for this column can be
phoned to 58-1008 or 2-1141.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
myself, I wish to thank you for
your gracious gesture in opening
your house to a boy far away
from home and for being in
own enthusiastic words, 'the
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now at Kelly Field, Texas, in
training as an aviation cadet in
the Army air forces David
Shubow has been promoted to
rank of corporal in the Army air
forces at Moore Field, Mission,
Texas Paul Garbler has been
commissioned an ensign in the
Naval reserve ... He is a gradu-
ate of the University of Florida
... His designation as Naval
aviator qualifies him for active
duty.
Otto C. Stegemann began
Army service September 18 as
a buck private ... He practiced
law for 22 years in Miami and
was associate judge of the Miami
Beach Municipal Court from
1935 to 1939.
Capt. Milton S. Saslaw is now
assistant chief of medical service
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The United States Govern-
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DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
311 Lincoln Hoad
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MIAMI BEACH
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
at the Station Hospital, Seattle,
Wash. ... Dr. Saslaw enlisted in
the Army Medical Corps in Oc-
tober of 1940 and served one and
one-half years at Camp Shelby,
Miss. .' Harold Friedman has
been taking special radio train-
ing courses for his service in the
Navy Harold enlisted :n
April, at which time the Navy
sent him to the radio school at
the University of Texas in Hou-
ston ... He expects to take addi-
tional radio courses sponsored by
the Navy upon graduation from
the University of Texas Har-
old was a radio man before he
enlisted.
Pvt. Manuel Moss enlisted in
the service in January, 1942 .
He was on maneuvers in South
Carolina when last heard from
He had been stationed at
, BlandinR lor four month:.
One month ago his mother
heard that he had been blow-
ing the bugle in the band
He recently wrote his mother
"Don't think I'm sorry I enlisted
because I wouldn't feel right
now in civilian clothes. He was
previously in the grocery busi-
ness.
Pvt Irving Moss. Manuel s
brother, entered the service in
February ... He is now an in-
structor at Fort Benning. Ga
and writes: "Enjoy the work
very much ... I want to do all
11 cn Dr- Alexander Ben-
jamin entered the service last
July 1 He is now an ensign
attached to the Naval Pubblic
Health Service at Staten Island,
New York, as an assistant dental
surgeon.
A message from this scribe:
For seven long years I have
tried to serve the Y. M. H. A.
faithfully and conscientiously. I
have been more than amply re-
warded by the many friends and
pleasures derived during that pe-
riod.
I am only one of hundreds of
Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A.
members doing a little bit to
help our country in its great
peril.
Many "Y" members have
therefore been lost as far as
helping lend a hand to the fu-
ture welfare of this wonderful
youth building institution.
Therefore, in my most humble
plea, I urge each and everyone
who has enjoyed the surround-
ings and meetings at the "Y" to
do their part now by becoming
a member and lending some
much needed new blood to the
organization.
Home morale will be needed
more than ever now and there
is no organization or institution
in the entire Greater Miami area
that can play a more compre-
hensive part towards keeping up
the morale of the home front.
The "Y" is presently in the
midst of its greatest membership
drive under the leadership of
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector, and Isaac Joffe, chairman
of the drive.
Won't you please enlist now
and lend the "Y" your support?
Membership for one year is
but $7 and for the life member-
ship, $100. Phone 3-4012 for par-
ticulars.
The "Y" has served this com-
munity faithfully and I know you
dear readers will not let her
down.
Good luck.
HARRY S. SCHWARTZ.
Organised Play Program After
School at the "Y"
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, has just announced that
a program of organized play a.nd
activity will take place daily at
the "Y" every afternoon, Mon-
day through Friday, from 3:30
to 6 p. m. A staff of counsellors
will be in attendance to super-
vise this play under Mr. Gross-
man's direction. Parents are
urged to send their children to
the "Y" where they may be as-
sured that their entire stay wil.
be properly guided. Clubs will
be organized among the children
and full activities will be started.
In addition, Mr. Grossman urges
parents who desire their children
to attend dancing and craft
classes to register immediately.
Army Club Opens Fall Session
Fall activities of the Army
Club, a group of girls between
the ages of 13 and 16, sponsored
by Miss Shirley Rothschild,
commenced sessions last Tuesday
afternoon. The fall program was
discussed and the girls will take
part in many activities assisting
the parent organization. Girls
between 13 and 16 are welcome
to attend these meetings every
Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 at the
"Y."
Sunday Diamondball Games To
Be Resumed
Frank Rose, chairman of the
Athletic Committee, announces
that the Sunday diamondball
games which were postponed
because of the Jewish holidays
will be resumed this Sunday
morning, October 1, at 10 o'clock
at the Riverside playground. All
persons who have previously par-
ticipated in this fine sport are
urged to come back and anyone
interested in diamondball is re-
quested to attend. You need not
be a member to play.
Girl Scouts To Have Election
Next Monday Night
Mis* Frances Ginsberg, leader
of the Girl Scout troop at the
"Y" announces that next Mon-
day night, October 12, election
of officers will be held for the
troop. Miss Ginsberg wishes to
announce a new time schedule
for meetings. It will be 7:45 in-
stead of the previous time. Par-
ents, please take note of this new
tim and ask your children to
come here.
Leslie Bain Lecture October 29
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, chair-
man of the Program Committee
of the Y. W. H. A., reports that
a great deal of interest is being
shown in the coming book re-
view by Leslie B. Bain of his re-
cently published book, "The War
of Confusion." Many persons
have called an inquired about
the book. Many of them are
reading it so that they will be in
a position to intelligently under-
stand Mr. Bain's lecture.
Camp
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9,
<& Jewtislh Floiriidliiai pi
Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1942
TISHRI 28, 1942
VOLUME 16 NUMBER 40
itered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at
the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under
the Act of March 3, 1879
MIAMI ROUND TABLE RADIO TRlo
THE WAR PROGRAM
Henry Monsky, president of the supreme
lodge, B'nai B'rith. has issued an urgent plea
to its members to make possible the organiza-
tion's pledge and its participation in the war
program. He stated:
Twenty-four hours after the nation
was plunged into war, I pledged, on your
behalf, to the President of the United
States, that B'nai B'rith stands "ready for
any and all sacrifices of blood, treasure,
talent, and toil in defense of our country."
I am proud to say that we have
achieved much toward the redemption of
that pledge. The sons of B'nai B'rith are
serving on every front of freedom. On
the home front, we are doing our part in
making America strong and unconquer-
able.
We can do MORE by building our War
Services to maximum strength and ef-
ficiency. We have been alert to the needs
of the hour. We have been carrying on
an active, intensive program. We have
responded to appeals for help from those
who suffer by reason of the war. We
have been serving, in many ways, the
men in uniform.
To continue this great task of war
service we need your help. Never has
B'nai B'rith been found wanting in a na-
tional emergency. Nor will it be now.
We have asked our District Grand
Lodges and the lodges and auxiliaries
for a fund to constitute the B'nai B'rith
War Service Fund, equal to at least one
dollar per member. The response thus
far has been extremely heartening and
evidences the desire on the part of B'nai
B'rith membership to extend and expand
this service in the nation's interest. We
want to do, as B'nai B'rith always seeks
to do. a maximum job.
What the legions of B'nai B'rith men
and women give to the War Service Fund
will make possible a continuation and in-
tensification of our far-reaching service
efforts, including:
Support of the emergency needs of
the Red Cross toward whose war relief
fund B'nai. B'rith was the first to con-
tribute.
The developing In-Camp and Hospital
Program through which B'nai B'rith has
undertaken to assist the Red Cross in
providing welfare services, equipment
and supplies in army hospitals and
emergency recreational needs.
Extension of B'nai B'rith recreational,
religious, welfare and social services to
the men in uniform, such as the Sifrei
Torah project, distribution of indoor foot-
ball games, home hospitality, and equip-
ment for service men's centers.
Distribution of the National Jewish
Monthly, vocational guidance literature
and other important reading material
to army posts.
An emergency war relief fund to ease
somewhat the suffering of thousands of
our own B'nai B'rith brethren and their
families in England, Hawaii, Palestine
and elsewhere; and to contribute direct
non-sectarian relief for suffering peoples
in the countries of our allies.
Continuance of special projects al-
ready established, such as our participa-
tion in civilian defense or the presenta-
tion of gifts which bolster morale; and
the creation of new projects necessitated
by the war, such as the AZA youth
training program being launched in a
number of cities.
Enlargement of B'nai B'rith's research
and data gathering machinery so that we
may be in a position to aid our govern-
ment to an even greater extent than ever
before, when called upon.
For the support of this program your
lodges and auxiliaries are being asked to
give a sum equal in the aggregate to one
dollar per member. Your prompt and
generous response will make possible an-
other historic contribution to the nation
by B'nai B'rith.
Sholem Lodge and lodges throughout the
state are now making a concerted effort to col-
lect these dollars to make possible the con-
tinuation of this necessary war effort on our
part. Send in your dollar to the B'nai B'rith
office, 650 Seybold Building, Miami. Send it
in now!
Reading left to right: Rev. Roger J. Squire, Father Florence
Sullivan, and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
The Miami Round Table Ra-
dio Trio will address the October
meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith, Tuesday evening at the
Beth David Talmud Torah, as
part of its program in carrying
an object lesson in understand-
ing among different religious
groups. The East Coast of Flor-
ida will also be served by the
Miami Round Table radio trio
of Father Florence Sullivan. S.
J.; the Rev. Roger J. Squire and
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman who
addressed a combined civic club
meeting in Daytona Beach Wed-
nesday.
The luncheon meeting was call-
ed by Kiwanis club of Daytona
Beach, with the Rotary, Lions
and Exchange clubs participat-
ing.
During the day they also ad-
dressed the high school assem-
blies of the Seabreeze and the
Mainland High School.
Subject of the trio's talks will
be "Tolerance Facing Us Here In
America Now."
The appearance at Daytona
Beach is the forerunner of simi-
lar meetings for which arrange-
ments are being made in other
Florida cities, Jacksonville, Tal-
lahasse, Pensacola, Gainesville
Orlando, Tampa, Fort Myers, St!
Petersburg and West Palm
Beach.
Father Sullivan is pastor of
Gesu church; the Rev. Mr.
Squire is minister of Rader Mem!
orial Methodist church, and Rab-
bi Zwitman is rabbi of Temple
Israel. For the last year and a
half they have appeared regu-
larly on the radio panel spon-
sored by the Miami Round Table,
affiliate of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews.
The Miami Round Table was
established in December, 1939.
Present co-chairmen are Daniel
H. Redfearn, A. A. Ungar and
Andrew T. Healy. State-wide
activities are under the direct-
ion of Barara Southern, Florida
secretary.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
fULdiy eongldervtlcd
-By PHTNEAS J. BJBON-
Refugees assisted to 6ccure war production
jobs by the National Refugee Service, a bene-
ficiary of the United Jewish Appeal, helped
their firm, the Abott Fluorescent Lamp Co., win
the coveted Army-Navy "E" pennant for excel-
lence in war production. Two of them shown in
this picturejoseph Schirmer and Leopold Prinz,
had suffered indignities in a Hitler concentra-
tion camp before escaping to the United States.
The picture shows (front row) left to right:
Leopold Prinz, former Berlin manufacturer; D.
Schoen, Plant Manager; Herman Heyinan, for-
mer Berlin merchant; Oswald Grief, former
German student; Joseph Schirmer, former Ber-
lin lawyer. (Back row, left to right) Major
Battly, U. S. Army Air Corps, who made the
award; Harry Rosenthal, president of the com-
pany; and Lt. Lodge, U. S. Navy representative.
Since Pearl Harbor the National Refugee Serv-
ice has retrained over 500 refugees to fill vitally
needed posts in war industries. The National
Refugee Service is represented, together with the
Joint Distribution Committee and the United
Palestine Appeal, in the national campaign of
the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Over-
seas Needs and Palestine.
SAD BUT TRUE
Those anti-Jewish disorderly incidents in the Bronx have
revealed the sad fact that there are still plenty of Bundists
and other types of domestic Fascists on the loose What,
indeed, is being done about the "hoodlums," to use the cus-
tomary euphemism, who've been getting away with stone-
throwing at synagogues and other Jewish institutions in
Brooklyn, too, and even in the heart of the lower East Side?
And why doesn't the New York police get after the Bundists
who peddle their anti-Semitic trash from door to door? .
Which reminds us that the Anti-Nazi League isn't getting
any where with its boycott of the New York Daily News .
In fact, latest reports have it that the anti-Roosevelt tabloid
is gaining circulation.. There's something to the view-
point of the New York Post reader who, far from crowing
over the defeat of Anti-Semite Gerald L. K. Smith in the
Michigan primaries, is worried by the fact that this undeni-
able Fascist polled 90,000 votes. .
BLAME THE JEW
When Germany goes down in her inevitable defeat her
anti-Semites will naturally resume their old cry that all her
troubles are due to the Jews And this time they won't
be so far off, for a powerful lot of damage is being done
Nazi land right now by Jowb whom Hitler drove out
We're thinking particularly of Mauricio Hoshschild, a Ger-
man Jew who emigrated to South America, and hasn't been
back in Germany since 1934, when a typical Nazi trick
cheated him out of some well-earned cash by threatening
him with concentration camp ... So Hochschild, who is in
the tin ore business, is now providing Uncle Sam with this
vital war metal, an important source of which was cut off
with the fall of Malaya. .
THIS AND THAT
The movie version of "Mission to Moscow," it is said, will
show many of the inner workings of the fifth column elim-
inated by the Russian purges of some years ago Time
was when A. C. Blumenthal was a prominent Broadway
producer, but he's been in Mexico for some years now, as
a result of a slight misunderstanding with his Uncle Sam
on a little matter of income tax ... So now he's promoting
a Roumanian cabaret in Mexico City which will be run by
none other than Magda Lupescu and ex-King Carol.


FRIDAY.
OCTOBER 9, 1942
*Jewistrk>r!dian
PAGE FIVE
With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-77
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
j6 Indian Creek Drlve-12B
*" Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
# W. wj S Beach
nabbi Zwltman will be In the Tern-
,, every morning-. You may consult
Sk Mm on matter* ooncernlng- the
T.wKh community, or your personal
iSSSuBM You will be assured sym-
pSh*Hc. hearing and advice, and.
! ,0 aay. each matter wlU b.
SJw in strict confidence.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, October 9 at
8:15 o'clock, conducted by Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman.
Bar Mitivah
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Co-
hen invite you to attend the bar
mitzvah celebration of their son,
S. James Cohen, to be held at the
Temple Israel services Ffriday
evening. Oct. 9 at 8:15. A recep-
tion in honor of the bar mitzvah
will be tendered by his parents.
Congratulations
Heartiest congratulations and
best wishes are hereby expressed
by our congregation to members
in our Temple family, whose lives
have been blessed recently by
joyous occasions: To Benjamin
Shapiro upon the marriage of his
grandson. Ira Berger; to Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Snetman upon the oc-
casion of the marriage of their
son. Ensign Louis F. Setman:
to Mrs. Blanche Neufeld upon
the occasion of the marriage of
her daughter, and the engagement
of her daughter Muriel; to Mr.
and Mrs. Monte Selig upon the oc-
casion of the birth of a grand-
daughter: to Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
Gordon upon the occasion of the
bjrth of a daughter; to Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Klass upon the occa-
sion of the birth of twin sons;
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
DP. SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi
1".36 Jefferson Avenue
I'hone 5-4781 or 5-4781
Miami Beach
Service Schedule
Daily Minyon, 8:00 a. m.; Min-
cha, 7:00 p. m.; Maariv, 7:15 p.
m,; Saturday. 9:00 a. m.
Services
Daily services at 8 a. m.: Min-
cha ai 6:30 p. m.; Saturday at 9
a. m.; Shalosh Sudas, Saturday
at 6. Each week for the next
few weeks another individual
will be in charge.
Congregational
At a meeting of the congrega-
tion held last week a vote of
thanks was given to Cantor A.
Weinstein, who splendidly per-
formed for the holidays and dur-
ing the Sukos services. Other
routine business was transacted.
Nominations of officers for the
ensuing year were held and of-
fices were filled without opposi-
tion making it tantamount to
election. Those nominated were
Max Rifas, president; E. Albert
Pallot, first vice-president; Leon
Kaplan second vice-president;
Morris Bear, treasurer; Dave
Bear, recording secretary; John
C. Temple, financial secretary.
Board members include Nathan
Ginsburg, George Chertkof, D.
Singer, D. Simon, Joseph Bren-
ner, J. Soffer, A. Rintzler, Adolph
Adler, Phillip Raskin. The books
will be closed as of 10th of this
month and an audited C. P. A.
financial mimeographed state-
ment will be given each member
at the next meeting, October 20.
The election of officers will take
place at that meeting.
Sisterhood
The Sisterhood will meet at a
regular meeting this coming
Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. at the syn-
agogue. Plans for the Sunday
School will be made.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone, 2-2176
Mra. Louis Margulies, Reporting
CONGREGATION
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
(Gates of Justice)
1545 S. W. Third Street
Miami, Florida
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.; Junior services,
Saturday 10:30 a. m.; Sh'losh
S'udos, Saturday 6:45 p. m.; He-
brew School, daily 4 to 7 p. m.;
Bar Mitzvah group, Sunday 8:30
a. m.; Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Sunday School
Registration of our Sunday
School will take place this Sun-
day morning at 10 o'clock. All
old pupils are to go to the last
year's classroom, and new pupils
to the office. The faculty of
Beth David consists of 12 teach-
ers who are specially qualified
to teach.
Talmud Torah
Registration continues in our
Talmud Torah, as well as the oth-
er Associated Hebrew Schools.
Register your child now.
Bereshis-Shabbos Mi-Vorchim
Prayers for the new month,
Cheshvan, Saturday, October 10
at 8:30 a. m. Please attend these
services.
Late Friday Evening Services
The 11th consecutive series of
late Friday evening services will
be conducted by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, and will begin the first Fri-
day in November, or November
6th, at 8:15 p. m.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
761 4lst Street
MIAMI BEACH
I'hone 5-9793
S. it. MACHTEI, Rabbi
1450 S. W. 17th Terrace, Miami
Phone 2-2579
Services
Daily services are held each
morning at 8, each evening at
6:30. Saturday morning at 9,
with Shalosh Sudas in the after-
noon between Mincha and
Maariv.
Talmud Torah
Classes for daily instruction are
scheduled to start Monday, Octo-
ber 19. Registrations are being
accepted for both the Talmud To-
rah and the Sunday School which
will open the following Sunday.
Sisterhood
The officers of the Sisterhood
announce a general meeting for
this coming Wednesday afternoon
at 2:30 at the synagogue. All
members, new or old, whether
they receive postcard notice
through the mail or not, are asked
to attend. Sunday evening, Octo-
ber 18 a gala card party will be
given in the synagogue vestry
rooms.
Congregational
A general meeting of the mem-
bership will be held Tuesday eve-
ning, October 13, at the syna-
gogue for the purpose of having
nominations of officers and di-
rectors. Election of permanent
officers will be held the latter
part of the month.
TEMPLE EMANUEL
1S01 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
RABBI SAMUEL HALEY! BARON
Telephone HIS
705 S. E. 9th Street
Schedule of Services
Daily at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.;
Kabholos Shabbos Friday at 6:30
p. m.. Saturdays at 9 a. m. and
6:30 p m., Sundays at 8:30 a. m.
Schedule of Religious Services
Daily services at 8 a. m. and
6:3(1 p. m; Kabbalos Shabbos,
Fridays at 6:30 p. m., Saturdays
at a. m. and 6:30 p. m; Oneg
Sabbath Joy Social at 8:30 a. m.
and Military at 9 a. m.
Hebrew School 4 times weekly.
Mondays through Thursdays in
one hour sessions, from 4 to 7 p.
m. Individual Bar Mitzva in-
struction daily. Arrangements
must be made with Dr. Samuel
Binsion at the office.
Sunday School opening cele-
brated October 11, at 10 a. m.
Children must be registered at
that time. Bibical Bazaar in
Center Patio on Saturday night
October 17, and Sunday after-
noon and evening October 18
and 19. Music, dancing, popul-
arity contest and attractions.
Admission only ten cents.
Shabbos Bereshis
Saturday, October 10th in the
Commencement Sabbath, when
the Torah is begun to be read
anew in the synagogues. The
new month of Heshvan will be
blessed. Dr. Bension will speak
at 10:30 a. m. on the subject of
"Creation and Re-Creation."
Sabbath Bereshit service, com-
memorating the 450th anniver-
sary of the discovery of America,
Friday at 8 p.m.
Religious School, Sunday at
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood sewing for the Kea
Cross, British War Relief So-
ciety and bundles for America,
Tuesday from 12:30 to 5 p. m.
"A Liberal Synagogue ser-
ving Hollywood, Fort Lauder-
dale and Broward County, as well
as Boca Raton Field. ___ ___
YESHIVA
EDUCATIONAL
CENTER
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, located at 846 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach, conducts daily ser-
vices each week day at 8 a. m.
and Saturdays at 9. Evening ser-
vices at 6:30. Sholash Sudas on
Saturday afternoon. Rabbi J.
Shulman will address the gath-
ering.
. in Miami, Florida
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Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue. Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
111 Lennox Ave., Phone 6-713!
Friday evening services will be
held starting at 6:30 p. m. at the
congregation, 535 N. W. 5th Ave.
Saturday morning at 8:30. Rabbi
H. M. Kagan will speak on the
portion of the week.
The first congregational meet-
ing of the year will be held Tues-
day at 8:30 p. m. at the congrega-
tion.
Rabbi Kagan may be reached
at 437 S. W. 15th Ave., phone
9-2298.
Services
Daily, Shachriss at 8 a. m; Min-
cha at 6:45 p. m; Maariv at 7:15
p. m.
Sabbath
Kabbalass Shabboss at 6:45 p.
m; Mincha at 6:30 p. m; Shalosh
S'oodoss at 6:45 p. m; Maariv
at 7:30 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff
will speak on "The Portion of
the Week" Junior Congrega-
tion at 9 a. m.
Bar Mitzva
Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Cristol, will celebrate his be-
coming a Bar Mitzva this Satur-
day. Our Rabbi will speak on
"The Son of Man."
Religious School
Daily from 4 to 7 p. m. Sun-
day from 10 to 12 noon. Faculty
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Reglar services are held daily
at 8 a. m. and on Saturdays at 9.
Evenings at 6:30. Shalosh Sudas
on Saturday afternoon following
Mincha. Rabbi Joseph Rackov-
sky will speak during morning
and afternoon on Saturday. The
Rabbi conducts classes in He-
brew study for adults between
Mincha and Maariv during the
week.
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
their Kaddish and Yahrzeit needs
satisfied by these services.
Regular Services
Daily services are held at 9 a. m.
and 6:30 p. m. on week days;
Kabbolas Shabbos at 6:45 p. m;
lat Friday evening services at
8:15, with sermon by the rabbi
and congregational singing at
9 a. m. Saturday, Rabbi's mes-
sage on the weekly portion; Min-
choh service at 6:30 p. m.
At the 8:15 service tonight,
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will preach
on, "And God said, "Let There
Be'!"
Religious School
Sunday school at Beth Sholom
Center will open officially at 10
a. m. on Sunday. Talmud To-
rah classes will convene at 4 p.
m. on Monday. Enrollments are
still being accepted. Those
children who have not yet re-
gistered for religious instruction
may do so on Sunday morning.
Full Week End
A Kiddush in the Succah was
given on Saturday by Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Rabinowitz. 4530 Al-
ton Road, in honor of their grand-
son, David Robinowltz, of De-
troit, Mich., whose Bar Mitzvah
will take placce at Detroit. (Mr.
and Mrs. Robinowitz left for De-
troit on Wednesday.)
Simchoth Torah eve the child-
ren of the Center joined in the
Hakkafoth, marching with Amer-
ican flags furnished them by the
Sisterhood. The refreshments
served the children in the Succah
also was the compliments of the
Sisterhood of Beth Sholom Cen-
ter. Rabbi Machtei, Dr Max
Ellis, acting president and Mr.
Harry Kohn, chairman of the
Board of Education of the Center
addressed the children on the
meaning of Simchoth Torah.
Succah Guests
The children of the National
Children's Cardiac Home of
Miami were the special guests of
Beth Sholom Sisterhood on Sun-
day morning. Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei explaned the significance of
the symbolism of the four varie-
ties of plants used in the Esrog-
Lullov ritual.
Pidyon Haben
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis of
Tulsa. Oklahoma, invited the
congregation to the Pidyon Ha-
ben of their grandson, the child
of Lt. and Mrs. H. B. Davis, of
875 46th street, on Sunday eve-
ning at eight. Mr. Jacob Cohn
and Dr. Max Ellis acted as Co-
hanim for the redemption cere-
mony which was supervised by
Rabbbi Machtei.
House Guests and Open House
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei
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armed forces the help they need.
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^JewlsiifhrldHan
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9,
TEMPLE
ISRAEL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5,
to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rauzin
upon the occasion of the birth of
a son.
Sisterhood Red Cross Sewing
Broup
The sessions of the Sisterhood
Red Cross Sewing Group will be
held in Kaplan Hall on Tuesdays
from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Sam
Katz. Volunteers are urgently
needed.
Opening sessions of the Tem-
ple Israel Religious School were
held Sunday morning, October 4
and regular classes of the Relig-
ius School will be held each Sun-
day morning at 10:00 a. m. Par-
ents of children in the congre-
gation are urged to fulfill their
religious, as well as patriotic,
duty, of assuring attendance of
their children at the Religious
School, through cooperation in
solving the transportation prob-
lem of pupils in their neighbor-
hood.
The staff of the Religious
School consists of Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman, supervisor; Mrs.
Morris Plant, principal; Mrs
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5,
Junior Services
The tenth consecutive Junior
services will begin Saturday
morning, November 7th.
Congregational Meeting
Sidney H. Palmer, president,
wishes to announce that the first
congregational meeting of Beth
David since the inception of the
new Jewish year, 5703, will be
held Sunday evening, Oct. 11th
at 8 o'clock. Please be on hand
and help decide important mat-
ters.
The following Yahrzeiten will
be observed this month of Chesh-
RAWLSONS ANNOUNCE
ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Rawl.
son, 2633 S. W. Seventh avenue,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Elsie, to Lieut.
Irving Lee Kanof, U. S. C. A.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Kanof of New York. Miss Rawl-
son will leave soon for San Fran-
cisco to join her fiance. Date of
the wedding has not been set.
Miss Rawlson went to school in
Brooklyn, N. Y. Lieut. Kanof
attended George Washington
University at Washington, D. C.
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE WILL
HEAR DELEGATES REPORT
Sunday, October 8, at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
van The anniversary candle is, Washington Avenue. Miami
lit the evening before the English Beach, at 2 p. m win be given
date mentioned and the Kaddish|a full r rt of the southeastern
nefflnQ tho Camn minunrt until _
begins the same evening until
sunset of the day mentioned.
Sorah Rivkas, mother of H. L.
Green, Oct. 12; Chaya Bluma,
mother of Mrs. J. M. Fine and
Mrs. Albert Quadow, Oct. 13;
Avrohom, son of Louis Weinkle,
Oct. 13; Yaakov Nison, father of
Mrs. Gerson August, Oct. 16; Ha-
Gordon Davis Religious School dassah. mother of Isador and
secretary, and the following! David Kaplan, Oct. 17; Miriam
teachers: Mrs. Leona Levin, Mrs. | mother of Jos. Markowitz. Oct.
Hyman Bornstein, Miss Dorothy; 19; Yaakov Laeb. father of Ida
Lightman, Mrs. I. L. Seligman. Jackson, Oct. 19; Josef Avrohom,
Mrs. Louis Letaw, Mrs. Sadie father of Mrs. Ed. Friedman.
Wemberg. Miss Mildred Rand. \ Oct. 20; Avrohom Malech, son of
Miss Shirley Kreiswirth. Miss j Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Myers, Oct.
Sara Lightman, Mrs. Jules 21; Napthtali. father of Saul
Perlman and Hyman Bornstein Grief. Oct. 25; Yosef. father of
and David Friedman. In charge) Mrs. L. Seigel. Oct. 25; Aharon
of books at the opening session, | husband of Mrs. H. Weinberg
was Mrs. Harry Nevins. of the Oct. 28; Chaya. sister of Harry
Religious School board. Rayvi. Oct. 28; Feiga Runi. moth-
In Memorum I er of Morris Kaler, Oct. 29; May-
"May the Father of Peace send er. father of the late Dora Cohen,
peace to all who mourn, and com- Oct. 30; Yosef, father of Abe
fort the bereaved among us." Kronenfeld, Oct. 31; Isidore Lip.
At the Fnday evening services ton, husband of Mrs. I. Lipton,
the memory of the following will Nov. 2; Rochel, mother of Mrs.
be hallowed: Oscar Argintar and Bertha New-
Recently departed: Louis B. jell. Nov. 2; Yaacov. in memory of
Rifas. husband of Mrs. Rose Ri-! Charles Cohen. Nov. 3; Mae.
fas and brother of Hyland Rifas. | mother of Al. and Lil. Chisling.
Yahrzeits: David Zaban. fath-I Nov. 4; Laeb. husband of Mrs.
er of Mrs. Michael Cohen; Anna Jennie Seiden. Nov. 5; Shima,
Zaban, mother of Mrs. Michael : mother of I. Rosengarten, Nov. 5;
Cohen; Leah Strahl. mother of Yisroel Chayim, father of Nat!
Mrs. Jos. H. Levine. Nathan B. I Klein, Nov. 5; Chaya Soro, moth-
Diamont, father of Mrs. Rose er of Wra. Friedman, Nov. 6;
Raff; Joseph L. Weitz, brother of' Molka. mother of Jacob L. Rich-
Max Weitz; Katie Long Perlman,! man, Nov. 7; Sorah Dina. mother
mother of Frank Perlman; Viola j of M. J. Kopelowitz, Nov. 7; Al-
Letaw, wife of David Letaw; eksander, father of Mrs, M. E.
Solomon Simon, father of Tobias Singer, Nov. 8th; Yisroel. father
Simon; Israel Lovitz. father of of Mrs. R. Bain, Nov. 0.
Edward I. Lovitz; Louis Flensch-
conference held September 6-8
in Atlanta, Ga., by the delegates
attending. A dinner will be
served.
The conference importance at
this time is stressed as delegates
from the Workmen's Circle
, branches of the Southeastern
David Brown Oct 14; Channa jscction of the count come to.
5on0ro;,m,< Lf Chaf Leven- gcthcr to give rts of branch
ston, Oct. 15; Shloma. father of | activities for the past
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE *i
were the house guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon, 4326
Sheridan Avenue, for the holi-
days. The Zinnamon home was
practically an "open house" from
Friday evening to Sunday night.
The Zinnamons were true to the
prototype ABRAHAM OVIINU
who is the Jewish symbol for hos-
pitality.
Mosel Tot
Beth Sholom Center extends
jits Mazel Tov to Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Kessler on the birth o f
' their daughter, and to Mrs. Fan-
nie Wallich on the birth of this,
her grand-daughter. Thank you
also, Mrs. Wallich, for those fine
Citrons (Esrogim) which you fur-
nished for our Succah. Each one
had its Pittum.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
er, brother of Mrs Louis Snet-
ma.
Floral offering of Sept. 25 was
presented in memory of Ferdin-
and J. Hoffman.
Floral offering of Oct. 2 in
memory of Chas. Neidenbcrg.
Funeral Chapel
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At the recent conference $100,-
000 in bonds was subscribed.
Six hundred dollars was also
raised for the underground work
done in Europe by the Jewish
Labor Committee. This commit-
tee brings over refugees and
places them in various South
American republics.
A very favorable report was)
given by the executive director
of the ORT. He reported that:
in Canada and Mexico technical |
schools have been opened to
teach various trades to refugees
that have been brought over in I
order for them to be a help
rather than be a burden in the
communities to which they have
come.
Members are urged to attend
this meeting in order to hear a
complete report.
The forums which were sus-
pended for the past few weks
will continue and will be held
every Sunday evening.
Local delegates attending were j
H. Laibson. Mrs. Morris Jacobs!
and A. Arnoff.
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meeting every Sunday from
12:30 p. m. Glee Club m >
every Sunday at 12 noon"1*"1*
Service Club
Daily, except Friday, from ,
11 P. m. Refreshments kI^
meat sandwiches Sundays i/
vicemen's minyan Sunday atI.
m. Servicemen's mothers and
wives daily from 12 to 3 D m
except Saturday and Sunday '
Special ETenti
Board of the Associated Tai
mud Torahs of Greater Miami
meeting Saturday. Occtober loth
8:30 p. m. Mizrachi men and wo-
men divisions meet Saturdav
October 17, at 8:30 p. m. R^':
ious School Induction Exercises
Sunday, October 18, at 7 30 D
m. Daughters of Israel and
men's auxiliary Saturday, Oct-
ober 24, at 8:30 p. m.
Men in Service
To the list of members and
members' sons in the service pub-
lished last week in The FL0R1-
DIAN we add the following: Ber-
nard Dolgin and David S. Gold-
fein.
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PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative
Friends of Jack Fine will be
glad to learn that he has fully
recovered from his sickness of
several months.
Annual opening luncheon of
Temple Israel was held Tuesday
afternoon at 1 o'clock. Commit-
tee in charge of arrangements
were Mrs. I. Gold, Mrs. Sam
Goldman and Mrs. David Tis-
MIAMI BEACH MEN'S CLUB
ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR
The Men's Club of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter, at its regular meeting last
Monday, October 5. elected the
following officers:
Joseph A. Berman, president;
Harry Zukernik. vice president;
Harold Turk, vice president; Leo
Eisenstein, vice president; Harold
nower.
Simchas Torah festival was
celebrated Sunday morning with
a large gathering. The Beth El
sisterhood, Tom Smith and Sol
Rubin arranged for the refresh-
ments and Harry Greene. Mrs.
Irving Moss and Mrs. Fannie
Ryder served.
Harry Karfunkle of Cincinnati
is in the city after an absence of
16 years.
Ben Pepper has been sent from
Camp Blanding to Texas for fur-
ther training, according to word
received by his brother, Sidney
Pepper of this city.
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Joe Lesser and Jack Kapner
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Miss Sadie Verschleiser f the
Horton Inn P. B. has returned to
her home after spending the
summer in California.
Sidney Dubbin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Dubbin, and Louis
Leibovit, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Leibovit, are pledges of
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at the
University of Florida. Others
include Albert Barash. Morton
Eisenberg, Murray Hahn and
Joseph Shubin.
Al Wacksman is stationed at
Chicago with the Sea Bees, ac-
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FRIDAY.
OCTOBER 9. 1942
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PAGE SEVEN
THE FLYING CHAPLAIN
By WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN
^ MoM. A* a special featuie
,(*'""" h Hoi WUin preeiitH the
m J*ish .rle of two articles on
''!ml In a ."??"" n s. Navy Chap-
our,p hours with the first rabbi
MmE Unitd States Navy
'u -.or the Unitea staves j
iSSTworld War^He is
n
chaplain tarried in Miaim_for
.""In Joshua L. Goldberg of
WJj'S district. The
Ihe :- MUmi tnr
chaCs on his way back from
tw0,n hour flying tour of the
*r nhtan area where he had
KK spiritual comfort during
b. Hieh Holy days to hundreds
PiSfih men in our far-flung
""rSain Goldberg spoke with
nSsrn of his Caribbean
{fSB in a sense was a
%hh's Pvri0siteSStonthe "ewth
SSSLSr of St Thomas which
hTXu 60 or 70 Jewish fam-
f' It boasts of a synagogue
Ta 250 years old and at one
SS contained the finest Jewish
mmnnitv in the world. This
SE?b"till .in .n excellent
date of preservation.
The minister of finance of the
Virgin Islands. De Castro a Jew;
Zhead of the municipal coun-
g Ra^lJ^w^kj^Jh^^res^-
"Xl g"a" nTotTcE s
"SvSS 18 HKRBBT GIVEN that
M'Vv 'OMl'ANY, located at
f4Ps ^"7,h Avenue. Miami Flor-
Owner
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IN AND FOR UADK COUNTT.
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No. 13302 _,._
In R: BSTATB OF LOUISA DAY
1*AncRStS^iea ah PWJOM !*
,nir Clalmi or Demands Against Said
ySS'wid each of you. are hereby
notified md required to pnemt eny
daima and demands which you. or
nthw of yUO, may |*Ve njnrt <"
?jut. of l.olJISA DAY JAY. de-
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Hlnntnn,
Countv Judne of Dade County, and
lilt ihr same In his office In U>e
i-uuntv Courthouse In Dade (ount>.
Florida, within eiBht calendar mnnlhs
from thr dale of the first publication
havof. Said claims or demands to
nmtain I'-nal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented
ir iforemld, or same will be barred.
Section 130 of the 1933 Probate
\> *
Pate October 1st, A. D. 1942.
OSrAR u JAY. sir.. As Admin-
istrator of the Estate of Louisa
I>av Jay. Deceased.
MAX It SILVER.
Attorney for Administrator.
Hnt publication on October -no,
1941
U"2--lC-2:i
dent of the synagogue, a Mr ,
Levy, and the reader of the syna- I
gogue, Mr. Sasow, who is the
acting rabbi, took Rabbi Gold-;
berg on a tour to the synagogue I
and both the old and new ceme-!
teries. (The new cemetery is
100 years old).
The chaplain's account of his
experiences in St. Thomas is
worthy of quotations in full:
"The reception was unique in
character, in that with quiet dig-
nity all these gentlemen who hold
high posts in the general com-
munity exhibited a love for Jew-
ish tradition and unmatchced
loyalty to our religion. It was
a new experience for me to find
their children at the dock of the
Pan American Airlines for me
to bless them.
"St. Thomas presents not a
laboratory but a finished product
of neighborly good-will. Jews
and non-Jews live together in
true amity. The Moravian min-
ister, who hails from Machoster,
England, came to ask for a mes-
sage which he wanted to read
on the eve of Yom Kippur, Sept.
20, in his church.
Negro Bandmaster
"When word was bruited about
that I was flying to an important
naval station in the Caribbean,
the acting governmental secre-
tary asked me to covey on be-
half of the community their love
to a navy bandmaster, named
Adams, stationed there with his
fellow townsmen. Upon arrival
at this naval station I later found
that Adams, their townsman, was
a negro. I brought greetings to
him and found in him a man of
such dignity, insight and intel-
ligence that I asked him to spend
the evening with me.
"Adams was at one time the
editor of a progressive paper in
St Thomas and chairman of a
scholarship committee which an-
nually sends several students to
Swarthmore college.
A number of farewell parties
are being given this week by
friends of Lieut. Max Pepper.
M. C, U. S. N. R.. who will re-
port for active duty at the U. S.
Naval hospital at Jacksonville.
FU.. Oct. 9. Dr. Pepper, son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper, pioneer
residents of Miami, received his
B.S. degree from the University
of Florida where he was a char-
ter member of Pi Lambda Phi.
After completing his rrvdical
training at Jefferson medical
school in Philadelphia, he started
as resident physician of Colum-
bus hospital in that city. A mem-
ber of Phi Kappa Phi. honorary
(Continued Next Week)
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medical fraternity. Lieut. Pep
per interned at Jackson Mem-
orial hospital where he is now
a member of the staff. Mrs.
Pepper and their two children.
Marshall and Nancy, will join
the lieutenant in Jacksonville
soon. Lieut. Pepper is an active
member of the Dade County
Medical society, the Federation,
and the Jewish Welfare bureau,
in addition to belonging to many
of the local associations.
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Statement of Ownerahip. Manage-
ment. Circulation. Etc.. Required
by the Acts of Congreaa of August
24. 1912. and March 3. 1933
"f The Jewish rlorldlan. published
weekly at Miami, Florida for feept.
S, 1942.
Matt ol Florida 1
County cf Dade I .
Before me, a Notary Public in an tor the State and County aforesaid.
p-rsonallv ap|.i-:ired Fred K. Shoch.-t.
h". havliiK bt>en duly sworn a<--cp-
:n* to law, depose* and says that ne
the Business Manager of The Jew-
i'h rVrldian and that the following
w. to the best of hu knowledge ana
WIef, a true statement of the <"*'""
en*hip, management (and If a <""'
!*P*r the I'iivulatlon). etc.. of tne
frwain publication for the date
I'hown h, !h. above caption, required
* the Art of August 24. 1912. a"
junemleil by the Act of March 3. 1933.
wniwilii-d In section 5S7. Postal Lawn
a*l Regulations, printed on the re-
r" <>f tills form, to-wlt:
1 That the names and addresses
, the publisher, editor, managing
ltor, and business managers are:
Publisher Kthel Shochet. Box 2973.
wBditur l'red K. Shochet, Bon 29.3
waging Kditor Fred K. Shochet.
Box 2973.
2 That the owner is: (If owned by
4 "Tporatiiin, Its name and address
ust be mated and also Immediately
""?under the names and addresses
"Mickholders owning or holding one
wr rent or more of total amount of
:'"*" If not owned by a corpora-
Hil'^ihe "an>e and addresses of the
2vMual owner* must be given. If
"J1J64 by a f|rni| company, or other
"Jini-ornorated concern. Its name and
Am: "* we as those of each In-
"iviciual member, must be given.)
i.J ifiwlsh Ploridian, not incon>or-
5h.\ 21 s W. 2nd Ave.: Kthel
t". P. O. Box 2973; Fred K.
Wjjt. P. 0, itox 2973.
vThal the known bondJiolders,
.lu'8- "n<1 other security holders
71 i"r h,,l,|ing 1 per cent or more
i"iai amount of bonds, mortgages,
r other securities are: (If there are
"W; 10 state.)
.Norn-.
FRED K. SHOCHET,
un.. Business Manager.
thi. K.I '" and subscribed before me
" -sin day of September. 1942.
ineah MAX R. SIIA'KK.
iuJ" Notary Public
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The Miami section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
announced the removal of its of-
fices from Council House. 1427
N Bayshore Place, on Monday.
October 12, to 201 Congress
Building. HI N. E. Second
Avenue, the telephone remain-
ing the same, 3-6554.
Due to war conditions, the sec-
tion is compelled to give up
Council House for the duration
inasmuch as the federal authori-
ties are still all located in the
downtown section.
The office will be open to all
who desire advice in service to
foreign born, such as naturaliza-
tion, Americanization and as-
sistance in bringing relatives to
this country.
Mrs Gertrude Davis, secretary
of the Miami Refugee Commit-
tee, is now also the executive
secretary of the Service to For-
eign department of the Miami
section, doing the port and dock
work and assisting in service to
the foreign born. Those requiring
assistance in naturalization will
please call the office for an ap-
pointment, and one of our vol-
unteer workers will be happy to
render all aid possible.
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine chair-
man of the Service to Foreign
Born department, is assisted by
Mrs Walter Bronston, and Mrs^
M Boyd Kay. chairman ol
Naturalization and Amencani-
zation, has as her assistant. Mrs.
Elmer Scheuer. ^^^_
"Justice, Amity and Under-
standing amongst Protestants.
Catholics and Jews" will be pro-
moted at the next meeting of
Sholem Lodge Tuesday evening
at the Beth David Talmud Torah,
135 N. W. Third Avenue, Miami,
when the Miami Round Table
will hold forth.
Father Florence Sullivan, Rev-
erend Roger Squire and Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman, who have
conducted the Miami Round
Table for more than a year over
a local radio station, will discuss
matters and put thoughts into
words that will merit your at-
tendance and attention. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Blood donors are being sought
to replenish depleted stocks of
plasma by the Dade CotlM
Blood Bank. Members of Sho
lem Lodge are urged to donate
a pint of blood each, and ar-
rangements are being perfected
to have large groups attend at
one time. It should be unneces
sary to point out the vital neces-
sity of the times for large stock
piles, since stock piles of every
nature and description are be-
ing gatheredeach to serve a
vital war need.
When Sholem Lodge recently
helped send 179 men off to camp
and the war in a better frame
of mind, with the help of gift
packages, one recipient asked an-
other who B'nai B'rith was. and
was told it was a large Jewish
organization which took part in
everything.
Thereby some still uninformed
individuals get an idea of the
nature and scope of the activi-
ties of B'nai B'rith. Unfortunate
as it may be, many members of
Sholem Lodge are as much in
the dark as are many non-mem-
bers. Members cannot be forced
to attend meetings; neither is
there any way they can be com-
pelled to read of the accomplish-
ments of B'nai B'rith, nationally
or locally. We wish we knew
how to reach the indifferent!
From automobiles to keys'. Not
so long ago Louis Heiman and
his salvage committee combed
the city for scrap metal, more
especially cars. They bought
some for the scrap heap, cajoled
others into donating old cars and
did everything humanly possible
to increase the scrap metal stock
pile. While not in any way abat-
ing the drive for big scrap metal,
the lodge is now in search of
that elusive key. A Barrel of
Keys is our quota.
Now is the time for all good
men to come to the aid of their
country. This was, and perhaps
still is, a stock sentence used
extensively by beginners in typ-
ing class. Today it is a stark
reality. Even if it only means
digging out those keys saved for
years and throwing them into the
barrel. Keys contain metals and
alloys needed for war production.
Your few keys may not mean
anything, but multiply your keys
by a hundred million and see
what you get. Bring your keys
to the meeting and dump them
into the barrel.
Chief Justice Armstead Brown
of the Florida Supreme Court
acknowledged by letter the ac-
ceptance by the court of the flag
presented to it by the State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
The chief justice, in thanking
the donors for the gift to the
court, had this to say, in part:
"The new flag looks mighty
fine. We now have enough
breeze to make it float patriot-
I ically a large part of the time.
It is a beautiful flag."
It is nice to feel that you are
a member of an organization that
can look beyond the horizon of
its own sphere. Earlier in the
year Sholem Lodge presented
flags to all of the Dade County
draft boards11 in number.
And astounding as it seemed at
the time, the boards had no flags
and were truly appreciative of
the gifts.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
Th virwH axpressed by Mr. Boxer-
man are his own and do not ne-
asarilr represent the opinion of
The. Jewish Florldlan.
What! At Stake?
We had a visitor this week who
expressed deep concern about
the prejudiced attitude that one
hears freely expressed in certain
quarters Being engaged in a
type of business which brings her
into daily contact with the gen-
eral public, she has ample oppor-
tunity to get the full impact of
this feeling Her establishment
caters to officers in the armed
forces The remarks on the
Jewish question attributed to
some of those who lead our men
into battle make her wonder
whether they understand the
principles at stake in World War
It Her observations indicate
the need for a more widespread
indoctrination by the government
of those in key positions ... A
few courses on the "four free-
doms" could do no harm.
Among recent experiences our
visitor related by way of illus-
tration was the following: A Jew-
ish officer in the Officers Train-
ing School told her that he was
living in a hotel which still dis-
played a "Gentile Only" sign .
Also, within his hearing, remarks
constantly were being made by
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cause war conditlone and
readjustments in Miami
Beach compelled a number
of owners to sell. My ad-
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clusive listings enabled a
good many homeeeekers. es-
Jecially local business peo-
ple, to secure homes they
wanted at prices way below
their true value.
NEW EXCLUSIVE list-
ings are coming into my of-
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prices that probably will
richer be duplicated again.
MY ADVICE IS BUY
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ment for today and for the
peace to come. It's SAFE,
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home.
Buy War Bonds for Peace
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see
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ButBiggest Bmmm Bast
fellow-officers in the usual pro-
paganda pattern that "Jews
caused this war," that "by and
large the Jews did not want to do
the fighting," that "Jews all seek
soft berths in the army," that
"Jews are profiteering in the
war," and more along that line.
Because of what he considers
his non-Jewish appearance, the
Jew does not consider the anti-
Semitic feeling as being directed
against him However, he ad-
mits he's a little uncomfortable.
When she asked him why he did
not make some comment or move
from the place, he replied: "After
all, I am only going to be here a
few weeks and they are not both-
ering me personally Why
should I get into an argument?"
We pity this Jewish officer, al-
though we hold nothing but con-
tempt for him ... In situations of
this kind there are no two ways
about it The man who is
ready to go out and fight heroic-
ally on the battle front need not
take it lying down when slander
is heaped upon the Jewish peo-
ple Now, if ever, is the time
to stand up and fight even when
the battle front is a hotel lobby.
Only the watered-down Jew, only
the Jew who has never been giv-
en any semblance of Jewish edu-
cation or background, only the
Jew who has always sought a
means of throwing off the yoke
of his heritage, will hide under
the excuse that the traducers arc
not talking about him but about
the rest of the group.
It's the old, told story of experi-
ences which all of us have had.
when a bigot, finding fault with
Jews generally, always manages
to slip into his remarks some-
thing about "We don't mean you,
you're all right, you're a differ-
ent kind of Jew."
Yet, we have only to look at
the example of what happened in
Germany to see whether Hitler
made any distinctions between
the "different kind of Jews" and
the rest of the congregation of
Israel.
Records for tha Futura
While on the subject of
whether Jews should speak up.
let us say that the type of cow-
ardice described is not confined
to those in uniform ... In Miami.
as well as in other communities,
groups in the Jewish community
eager to emphasize the partici-
pation of their members in the
war are erecting commemorative
plaques The Greater Miami
Army and Navy Committee also
is planning a public ceremony to
dedicate a service flag to all of
the Jewish men from this area in
the armed forces The object
is to convey to the general com-
munity in some graphic manner
the fact that Jews are represent-
ed in proportion to their number
in the general population, yes,
even out of proportion.
Now all this would seem to be
commendable enough There
are some Jews, though, who say
that we should not show our
Jewishness and we had best not
call any public attention to what
after all, is only our American
duty. Of course, from what we
already have said, it is clear
enough that wc disagree with this
viewpoint ... If it is proper for
the Catholics to point with pride
to those of their faith who art
in uniform and in particular to
those who like Colin Kelly have
distinguished themselves by their
outstanding courage, it is cer-
tainly in order for us to follow
suit.
The presentation of plaques or
service flags and the tribute paid
to men in service through a com-
munity roll of honor are concrete
means of counteracting the lies
whispered abut Jews not joining
the service Wherever possible,
we must make these records of
our war participation as enduring
as possible ... In this respect we
are in agreement with an editor-
ial writer who said "We want
records for the future, records
which can be used when writers
and authors will make assertions
For although the victory will
bring a better world, there still
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS MAKE PROGRESS
AS GROUP INCREASES ACTIVITIES
Combining service and society
the B'Nai Brith Girls of Miami
look back on a year and a half
of existence with satisfaction.
Sponsored by Mrs. Al Green and
Mrs. Sam Silver, they last year
made a $50 pledge to the Federa-
tion which has already been paid
in full.
Also on their list ot accomplish-
ments is their membership in the
Crippled Children's clinic and the
many sweaters, socks and wrist-
lets they have knitted for the Red
Cross.
Latest of their services was
acting as hostesses to out of town-
ers who came to Miami for the
AZA convention Labor Day

week-end. Each week a group
of the girls does volunteer work
at the ADL office. Each month
the club has a different guest
speaker, and a program covering
a variety of topics. A make-up
lesson, an ADL report, and a
lecture on the group's place in
the community nave been favorit-
es.
Composed of girls from ihe
ages of 15-18, the club adds to
its membership by rushing twice
a year. Members who have tak-
en an active interest in the club's
community, defense, charitable,
and cultural work include: Vel-
ma Abraham, Bernice Badanes,
Theresa Cohen, Marjorie Ger-
stein, Adele Stone. mui
lander, Barbara Berger Thi
Berger. Anyce Gctzug ^
Newman Marilyn j&^ge
Lenore Laschower, Nancy Mi h'
aels Doris Miller, Dorothy T"
per, Roslyn Rabin, Eleanor Go d"
man, Rosalie Moretti p.
Schindler Madeline SchuW
Helen Mintzer, Florence 5
Edith Adler, Muriel G^f n
Marvel Adler, Evelyn Gold Jan
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r mA Y. OCTOBER 9. 1942 k M i v / tier Mian PAGE THREE i MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI u..ekly feature 1. prepared (T J' nubllo relation, committee of "%-Mer• Mlwnl Army and Navy St SfSai of the National Jew.h Cornm" 1 "., ". Tne committee tn*"* re wiiUam I Boxerman. chalrdud "i*& Bronston. Fred K. SSchrt and I-aul WelUm.n „ ..ihutlona to thla column ara (Coatrbutlona o fofm ••loomed jarticu-j Greater 5!.! 0 U 0 y.n V o < w.nth...r.lc..) Acknowledgement* From a mother in Marlboro. MiSf "I wish to tell you of my rieeo appreciation of your effort* to make my son's stay a happy one %  h e is shown the kindness and consideration by others that your organization has extended to him, I'm sure he will find it easier to face this crisis." From parent* in Hud*on. Ma**.: • %  We wish to express our heartfelt gratitude and thanks to you and your splendid organization in making our son's transition from civilian to our country's military service an easier one ... It is difficult to find the words to express the feeling in our hearts to hear and know that he has a pleasant, wholesome place to seek recreation." From relative* of High Holy Day guest* at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy R. Adler: "My son wrote me about the wonderful time he had at your home ... May God bless you both for your kindness ... No words can express the feeling I had when I knew that he was spending the holidays at a kind Jewish family's home ... I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart in enabling a mother to know that her son is not alone and friendless in a far away city." "Although you are unknown to my parents they join me in a most appreciative thanks to you for making Rosh Hashonna a most pleasant and enjoyable holiday ... I am sure that all the boys who avail themselves of your charming hospitality feel HEARD AROUND By Paul Weitsman nicest hosts in Miami Beach'... The information, too, that he will again be your guests on the evening of Yom Kippur makes me extremely happy." Thumbnail Sketche* Walter H. Cohen is now with the Army in New Orleans, La 2nd Lieut. A. N. Kaplan, jr.. enlisted in the infantry in June and is stationed at Fort Benning. Lieut Kaplan was a reserve officer due to his previous R. O. T. C. training Corp. Marty Weitsman has been in the service since June, 1941 ... He is now in the quartermaster corps stationed at Falsworth, N. C. Haold Elliot Simon, recently commissioned an ensign, is at Norton Heights, Conn. Harold is a graduate of the University of Illinois and was connected with a firm of certified public accountants in Miami Morton Michael* believes that Army life begins at 53 ... A veteran of World War I, he celebrated his birthday recently by enlisting in the Army and has been sent to Camp Blanding for special training ... In World War I he was a sergeant carrying confidential papers for general headquarters in France. Dr. Loui* Miller is stationed at Brooklyn Navy Yard ... He served in World War I as a sergeant in the infantry Admitted recently to the officers' candidate school on the Beach were Sgt. Julius E. Roth, Pvt. Wm. E. Lerner and Corp. John M. Zucker Melville Letaw is now a corporal in the Army air forces ... He was sent to Camp Blanding on August 3 and from there to Keesler Field in Mississippi; after a few days there he qualified and was sent to the Stewart Technical School in New York. Pt. Jack Cohen is among the Army personnel which activated as I do ... On this eve of atone-' Texas' newest flying school near ment may I wish you well and Greenville, Texas ... He forfor us all a victory and peace I mer jy was stationed at Perrine everlasting." Field, Texas Milton L. Ro*en"In behalf of my parents and WBtt wn0 enlisted last June, is Major Elry Stone finding it hard to get an apartment in Jacksonville, when here in Miami... Dr. Fleming at Keesler Field, Biloxi, Miss. Pvt. Jack Abbott was there, but now he is at Gulfport Field, Gulfport, Miss., 330 Base Headquarters, if you want to write him. He is in the judge advocate's department, using his legal training in the Army. May soon be scheduled for O. C. S., we hear ... Dr. Louis G. Lytton shed the state of celibacy and embarked upon the sea of matrimony. Will soon take up where he left off, bringing his bride to Miami Col. Richard Gimbel finally got his wish. He is somewhere overseas ... As is, or soon will be, Dr. Isadore Fishbein. He was one of our first doctors to answer the call of the Army for physicians. He is a veteran of almost two years Ensign Leonard Gross has a few days' respite from the Key West mosquitos, and spends them in Miami Pvt. J. H. Davidson seen around town doing Army work locally, which is nice work, if you can get it Lieut. Morris Furman attending O. T. S. on the Beach Capt. Albert Dubbin, toting a saddle, off for somewhere, complaining of the heat. It seems it's much hotter when you are in the Army than just sitting at a desk Lieut. Jack J. Falk, head of eye clinic at Camp Rucker, Ala. Lieut. Joe Davis is at Newport, R. I. Pvt. Arthur Rifas is at Camp Custer, Mich. Sam Stone attending U. S. Naval School at Norfolk, Va., where they threaten to wear off his paunch Leo Robinson married and now living at the Cadillac. Items for this column can be phoned to 58-1008 or 2-1141. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ myself, I wish to thank you for your gracious gesture in opening your house to a boy far away from home and for being in— own enthusiastic words, 'the WHEN NERVOUS HEADACHES PESTER ME I FIND THAT MILES NERVINE HELPS NERVOUS TENSION TO RELAX /r^S*. AND LEAVES ME CALM, SERENE v m W HEN Functional Nervou* Disturbances such as Sleeplessness, Crankiness, Excitability, Restlessness or Nervous Headache interfere with your work or spoil your good times, take Dr. Miles Nervine (Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) Nervous Tension can make you Wakeful, Jittery, Irritable. Nervous Tension can cause Nervooa Headache and Nervous Indigestion. In times like these, we are more likely than usual to become overwrought and nervous and to wish for a good sedative. Dr. Miles Nervjne is a good sedative —mild but effective. If you do not use Dr. Miles Nervine you can't know what it will do for you. It comes in Liquid and Effervescent Tablet form, both equally soothing to t*nse and over-wrought nerves. WHY DONT YOU TRY IT ? Get it at your drug store, J-ffervescent tablets 35* and 75*. Liquid 25 and $1.00. Read direction* and uge on iy M directed. now at Kelly Field, Texas, in training as an aviation cadet in the Army air forces David Shubow has been promoted to rank of corporal in the Army air forces at Moore Field, Mission, Texas Paul Garbler has been commissioned an ensign in the Naval reserve ... He is a graduate of the University of Florida ... His designation as Naval aviator qualifies him for active duty. Otto C. Stegemann began Army service September 18 as a buck private ... He practiced law for 22 years in Miami and was associate judge of the Miami Beach Municipal Court from 1935 to 1939. Capt. Milton S. Saslaw is now assistant chief of medical service PALMER Funeral Chapel 2001 W. FUWI!IT. *T.l&" 9-2664 10% SAVED NOW OR 100% TAKEN BY THE AXIS UTERI BUY WAR BONDS The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Hoad Albion BWg Suit. 309 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry at the Station Hospital, Seattle, Wash. ... Dr. Saslaw enlisted in the Army Medical Corps in October of 1940 and served one and one-half years at Camp Shelby, Miss. .' Harold Friedman has been taking special radio training courses for his service in the Navy • Harold enlisted :n April, at which time the Navy sent him to the radio school at the University of Texas in Houston ... He expects to take additional radio courses sponsored by the Navy upon graduation from the University of Texas Harold was a radio man before he enlisted. Pvt. Manuel Moss enlisted in the service in January, 1942 He was on maneuvers in South Carolina when last heard from He had been stationed at BlandinR lor four month:. One month ago his mother heard that he had been blowing the bugle in the band %  • • He recently wrote his mother "Don't think I'm sorry I enlisted because I wouldn't feel right now in civilian clothes. He was previously in the grocery business. Pvt Irving Moss. Manuel s brother, entered the service in February ... He is now an instructor at Fort Benning. Ga and writes: "Enjoy the work very much ... I want to do all 11 cn • Dr Alexander Benjamin entered the service last July 1 He is now an ensign attached to the Naval Pubblic Health Service at Staten Island, New York, as an assistant dental surgeon. A message from this scribe: For seven long years I have tried to serve the Y. M. H. A. faithfully and conscientiously. I have been more than amply rewarded by the many friends and pleasures derived during that period. I am only one of hundreds of Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. members doing a little bit to help our country in its great peril. Many "Y" members have therefore been lost as far as helping lend a hand to the future welfare of this wonderful youth building institution. Therefore, in my most humble plea, I urge each and everyone who has enjoyed the surroundings and meetings at the "Y" to do their part now by becoming a member and lending some much needed new blood to the organization. Home morale will be needed more than ever now and there is no organization or institution in the entire Greater Miami area that can play a more comprehensive part towards keeping up the morale of the home front. The "Y" is presently in the midst of its greatest membership drive under the leadership of Maurice Grossman, executive director, and Isaac Joffe, chairman of the drive. Won't you please enlist now and lend the "Y" your support? Membership for one year is but $7 and for the life membership, $100. Phone 3-4012 for particulars. The "Y" has served this community faithfully and I know you dear readers will not let her down. Good luck. HARRY S. SCHWARTZ. Organised Play Program After School at the "Y" Maurice Grossman, executive director, has just announced that a program of organized play a.nd activity will take place daily at the "Y" every afternoon, Monday through Friday, from 3:30 to 6 p. m. A staff of counsellors will be in attendance to supervise this play under Mr. Grossman's direction. Parents are urged to send their children to the "Y" where they may be assured that their entire stay wil. be properly guided. Clubs will be organized among the children and full activities will be started. In addition, Mr. Grossman urges parents who desire their children to attend dancing and craft classes to register immediately. Army Club Opens Fall Session Fall activities of the Army Club, a group of girls between the ages of 13 and 16, sponsored by Miss Shirley Rothschild, commenced sessions last Tuesday afternoon. The fall program was discussed and the girls will take part in many activities assisting the parent organization. Girls between 13 and 16 are welcome to attend these meetings every Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 at the "Y." Sunday Diamondball Games To Be Resumed Frank Rose, chairman of the Athletic Committee, announces that the Sunday diamondball games which were postponed because of the Jewish holidays will be resumed this Sunday morning, October 1, at 10 o'clock at the Riverside playground. All persons who have previously participated in this fine sport are urged to come back and anyone interested in diamondball is requested to attend. You need not be a member to play. Girl Scouts To Have Election Next Monday Night Mis* Frances Ginsberg, leader of the Girl Scout troop at the "Y" announces that next Monday night, October 12, election of officers will be held for the troop. Miss Ginsberg wishes to announce a new time schedule for meetings. It will be 7:45 instead of the previous time. Parents, please take note of this new tim and ask your children to come here. Leslie Bain Lecture October 29 Mrs. Maurice Grossman, chairman of the Program Committee of the Y. W. H. A., reports that a great deal of interest is being shown in the coming book review by Leslie B. Bain of his recently published book, "The War of Confusion." Many persons have called an inquired about the book. Many of them are reading it so that they will be in a position to intelligently understand Mr. Bain's lecture. Camp careless* matches'aid the Axis PREVENT FOREST FIRES! I I


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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1942 *Jewistrk>r!dian PAGE FIVE With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-77 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. Rabbi Emeritus j6 Indian Creek Drlve-12B *"• Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN # W. wj S Beach nabbi Zwltman will be In the Tern„,, every morning-. You may consult Sk Mm on matter* ooncernlngthe T.wKh community, or your personal iSSSuBM You will be assured symp Sh*Hc. hearing and advice, and. £££! ,0 aay. each matter wlU b. SJw in strict co nfiden ce. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, October 9 at 8:15 o'clock, conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Bar Mitivah Mr. and Mrs. George M. Cohen invite you to attend the bar mitzvah celebration of their son, S. James Cohen, to be held at the Temple Israel services Ffriday evening. Oct. 9 at 8:15. A reception in honor of the bar mitzvah will be tendered by his parents. Congratulations Heartiest congratulations and best wishes are hereby expressed by our congregation to members in our Temple family, whose lives have been blessed recently by joyous occasions: To Benjamin Shapiro upon the marriage of his grandson. Ira Berger; to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Snetman upon the occasion of the marriage of their son. Ensign Louis F. Setman: to Mrs. Blanche Neufeld upon the occasion of the marriage of her daughter, and the engagement of her daughter Muriel; to Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig upon the occasion of the birth of a granddaughter: to Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Gordon upon the occasion of the bjrth of a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klass upon the occasion of the birth of twin sons; MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. MIAMI, FLORIDA 590 S. W. 17th Avenue (CONTINUED ON PAGE ) MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DP. SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi 1".36 Jefferson Avenue I'hone 5-4781 or 5-4781 Miami Beach Service Schedule Daily Minyon, 8:00 a. m.; Mincha, 7:00 p. m.; Maariv, 7:15 p. m,; Saturday. 9:00 a. m. Services Daily services at 8 a. m.: Mincha ai 6:30 p. m.; Saturday at 9 a. m.; Shalosh Sudas, Saturday at 6. Each week for the next few weeks another individual will be in charge. Congregational At a meeting of the congregation held last week a vote of thanks was given to Cantor A. Weinstein, who splendidly performed for the holidays and during the Sukos services. Other routine business was transacted. Nominations of officers for the ensuing year were held and offices were filled without opposition making it tantamount to election. Those nominated were Max Rifas, president; E. Albert Pallot, first vice-president; Leon Kaplan second vice-president; Morris Bear, treasurer; Dave Bear, recording secretary; John C. Temple, financial secretary. Board members include Nathan Ginsburg, George Chertkof, D. Singer, D. Simon, Joseph Brenner, J. Soffer, A. Rintzler, Adolph Adler, Phillip Raskin. The books will be closed as of 10th of this month and an audited C. P. A. financial mimeographed statement will be given each member at the next meeting, October 20. The election of officers will take place at that meeting. Sisterhood The Sisterhood will meet at a regular meeting this coming Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. at the synagogue. Plans for the Sunday School will be made. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone, 2-2176 Mra. Louis Margulies, Reporting CONGREGATION SCHAAREI ZEDEK (Gates of Justice) 1545 S. W. Third Street Miami, Florida 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.; Junior services, Saturday 10:30 a. m.; Sh'losh S'udos, Saturday 6:45 p. m.; Hebrew School, daily 4 to 7 p. m.; Bar Mitzvah group, Sunday 8:30 a. m.; Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Sunday School Registration of our Sunday School will take place this Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. All old pupils are to go to the last year's classroom, and new pupils to the office. The faculty of Beth David consists of 12 teachers who are specially qualified to teach. Talmud Torah Registration continues in our Talmud Torah, as well as the other Associated Hebrew Schools. Register your child now. Bereshis-Shabbos Mi-Vorchim Prayers for the new month, Cheshvan, Saturday, October 10 at 8:30 a. m. Please attend these services. Late Friday Evening Services The 11th consecutive series of late Friday evening services will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro, and will begin the first Friday in November, or November 6th, at 8:15 p. m. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 4lst Street MIAMI BEACH I'hone 5-9793 S. it. MACHTEI, Rabbi 1450 S. W. 17th Terrace, Miami Phone 2-2579 Services Daily services are held each morning at 8, each evening at 6:30. Saturday morning at 9, with Shalosh Sudas in the afternoon between Mincha and Maariv. Talmud Torah Classes for daily instruction are scheduled to start Monday, October 19. Registrations are being accepted for both the Talmud Torah and the Sunday School which will open the following Sunday. Sisterhood The officers of the Sisterhood announce a general meeting for this coming Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at the synagogue. All members, new or old, whether they receive postcard notice through the mail or not, are asked to attend. Sunday evening, October 18 a gala card party will be given in the synagogue vestry rooms. Congregational A general meeting of the membership will be held Tuesday evening, October 13, at the synagogue for the purpose of having nominations of officers and directors. Election of permanent officers will be held the latter part of the month. TEMPLE EMANUEL 1S01 South Andrews Avenue Ft. Lauderdale, Florida RABBI SAMUEL HALEY! BARON Telephone HIS 705 S. E. 9th Street Schedule of Services Daily at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Kabholos Shabbos Friday at 6:30 p. m.. Saturdays at 9 a. m. and 6:30 p m., Sundays at 8:30 a. m. Schedule of Religious Services Daily services at 8 a. m. and 6:3(1 p. m; Kabbalos Shabbos, Fridays at 6:30 p. m., Saturdays at a. m. and 6:30 p. m; Oneg Sabbath Joy Social at 8:30 a. m. and Military at 9 a. m. Hebrew School 4 times weekly. Mondays through Thursdays in one hour sessions, from 4 to 7 p. m. Individual Bar Mitzva instruction daily. Arrangements must be made with Dr. Samuel Binsion at the office. Sunday School opening celebrated October 11, at 10 a. m. Children must be registered at that time. Bibical Bazaar in Center Patio on Saturday night October 17, and Sunday afternoon and evening October 18 and 19. Music, dancing, popularity contest and attractions. Admission only ten cents. Shabbos Bereshis Saturday, October 10th in the Commencement Sabbath, when the Torah is begun to be read anew in the synagogues. The new month of Heshvan will be blessed. Dr. Bension will speak at 10:30 a. m. on the subject of "Creation and Re-Creation." Sabbath Bereshit service, commemorating the 450th anniversary of the discovery of America, Friday at 8 p.m. Religious School, Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood sewing for the Kea Cross, British War Relief Society and bundles for America, Tuesday from 12:30 to 5 p. m. "A Liberal Synagogue serving Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and Broward County, as well as Boca Raton Field. YESHIVA EDUCATIONAL CENTER The Yeshiva Educational Center, located at 846 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, conducts daily services each week day at 8 a. m. and Saturdays at 9. Evening services at 6:30. Sholash Sudas on Saturday afternoon. Rabbi J. Shulman will address the gathering. in Miami, Florida SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT ESTABLISHED W IM APPROVED SANITARIUM With Cheerful Hotel Atmesphere Sor Rest convalescent. Chronle CONG. BETH ABRAHAM BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue. Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor 111 Lennox Ave., Phone 6-713! Friday evening services will be held starting at 6:30 p. m. at the congregation, 535 N. W. 5th Ave. Saturday morning at 8:30. Rabbi H. M. Kagan will speak on the portion of the week. The first congregational meeting of the year will be held Tuesday at 8:30 p. m. at the congregation. Rabbi Kagan may be reached at 437 S. W. 15th Ave., phone 9-2298. Services Daily, Shachriss at 8 a. m; Mincha at 6:45 p. m; Maariv at 7:15 p. m. Sabbath Kabbalass Shabboss at 6:45 p. m; Mincha at 6:30 p. m; Shalosh S'oodoss at 6:45 p. m; Maariv at 7:30 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week" Junior Congregation at 9 a. m. Bar Mitzva Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cristol, will celebrate his becoming a Bar Mitzva this Saturday. Our Rabbi will speak on "The Son of Man." Religious School Daily from 4 to 7 p. m. Sunday from 10 to 12 noon. Faculty (CONTINUED ON PAGE ) Resident Physic Therapy. Pour Acres around.! Sports, Recrestlens. A jntk Cesrt, HAM. Prss. ', MTU? lJSt 5fc* R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 8.-4451 Officss: South Miami. Fla. PHONE 4-3375 CONGREGATION SHAARAY TEFILA 440 Espanola Way Miami Beach Reglar services are held daily at 8 a. m. and on Saturdays at 9. Evenings at 6:30. Shalosh Sudas on Saturday afternoon following Mincha. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will speak during morning and afternoon on Saturday. The Rabbi conducts classes in Hebrew study for adults between Mincha and Maariv during the week. 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 their Kaddish and Yahrzeit needs satisfied by these services. Regular Services Daily services are held at 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. on week days; Kabbolas Shabbos at 6:45 p. m; lat Friday evening services at 8:15, with sermon by the rabbi and congregational singing at 9 a. m. Saturday, Rabbi's message on the weekly portion; Minchoh service at 6:30 p. m. At the 8:15 service tonight, Rabbi S. M. Machtei will preach on, "And God said, "Let There Be'!" Religious School Sunday school at Beth Sholom Center will open officially at 10 a. m. on Sunday. Talmud Torah classes will convene at 4 p. m. on Monday. Enrollments are still being accepted. Those children who have not yet registered for religious instruction may do so on Sunday morning. Full Week End A Kiddush in the Succah was given on Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rabinowitz. 4530 Alton Road, in honor of their grandson, David Robinowltz, of Detroit, Mich., whose Bar Mitzvah will take placce at Detroit. (Mr. and Mrs. Robinowitz left for Detroit on Wednesday.) Simchoth Torah eve the children of the Center joined in the Hakkafoth, marching with American flags furnished them by the Sisterhood. The refreshments served the children in the Succah also was the compliments of the Sisterhood of Beth Sholom Center. Rabbi Machtei, Dr Max Ellis, acting president and Mr. Harry Kohn, chairman of the Board of Education of the Center addressed the children on the meaning of Simchoth Torah. Succah Guests The children of the National Children's Cardiac Home of Miami were the special guests of Beth Sholom Sisterhood on Sunday morning. Rabbi S. M. Machtei explaned the significance of the symbolism of the four varieties of plants used in the EsrogLullov ritual. Pidyon Haben Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis of Tulsa. Oklahoma, invited the congregation to the Pidyon Haben of their grandson, the child of Lt. and Mrs. H. B. Davis, of 875 46th street, on Sunday evening at eight. Mr. Jacob Cohn and Dr. Max Ellis acted as Cohanim for the redemption ceremony which was supervised by Rabbbi Machtei. House Guests and Open House Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) Made From Fresh Orange* MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GORDON FUNERAL HOME Y ^V^ S H FUNEBAL H HO E NE,3431 710 S. W. 12th AVENUE WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION 4 '*



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^Jewish Florid tin Qzmmao Yhe Jewish HJtnity 3& 3* *ArL^WjiSLSkSUl'' MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS SYSTEM The recently organized Associated Talmud Torahs of Greater Miami will, for the first time in tht history of Miami Jewry, create a uniform system similar to that in the public schools. Since the organization of this committee, parents have registered their children in greater proportion than in previous years. The period between October 5 to 15 has been designated as Jeu-ish Education Week in Miami. Many children who have not registered for Hebrew school are urged to register in schools nearest their homes. Dr. Safra is chairman of this committee and is assisted by the following: Rabbi Max Shapiro, Mr. H. Sootin. Mr. Krentzman, Mr. Sam Brooks, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Dr. Samuel Bension, Mr. Harry Sirkin, Mr. B. Olman, Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Colman Zwitman, Mr. I. Lavine, Mr. Louis Zeientz, Mr. B. Meyers, Mr. John Temple, Mr. Milton Weiner, Mr. A. Pepper, Mr. S. Rosenbloom, Mr. Morris Klass, Mr. Maurice Grossman and Mr. George Chertkof. HUNGARIAN LAWYERS ASK DISBARMENT OF ATTORNEYS Beme (WNS)—The Association of Hungarian Lawyers has approached the government with a demand that all Jewish attorneys be disbarred, according to reports received here. NAZIS TO CONFISCATE U. S. JEWS ASSETS IN BANKS New York (WNS)—Nazi authorities in Paris, with the connivance of the Vichy government. have taken "the first step toward confiscation of the property of American citizens in both occupied and unoccupied France," the New York Post reported this week. The newspaper stated that the action, directed against American Jews with funds or securities in deposit at America banking houses in Paris, parallels the anti-Jewish moves, made by the Nazi government in Germany prior to the actual confiscation of Jewish properties. r. [ 15 I T EXECUTE 14,000 JENS BJ4 DAYS New York (WNS)—Nazi Gestapo officials executed 14,000 Jews in Riga last April in an official pogrom which lasted for 14 days, according to information made public here by the Belgian Information Center. Among the 14,000 victims were several hundred Dutch Jews and 100 Jews from Belgium. 'The head of the Gestapo directed the executions which took place in a wide field where a big ditch had been dug," the Belgian Information Center reported. "The order was given to the Jews to disrobe completely. Then followed an indescribable scene, men and women crying, crawling on their knees, begging the German executioners for mercy, but without any effect. "These unfortunates, who included young children, were lined up at the edge of the ditch and mowed down with machine guns. When the executions were completed, the ditch was filled without anyone bothering to ascer tain whether any of the victims were still alive. An Esthonian officer who witnessed the executions was unable to stand this spectacle and suddenly went mad." The Belgian Center explained the presence of Dutch and Belgian Jews in Riga: "Various pretexts were given by the German authorities when the Dutch or Belgian Jews were sent to the the entire program. Plans for E as t. it appears that in the beanother campaign rally will be gjrvning the Nazi proposed to emannounced shortly. I ploy them at difficult and urg,ent work, as for example, road JEWISH CEMETARY ASSOCIATION buadin* HOLDS ELECTION OF OFFICERS Mr. A Pepper, longtime Miami | resident and active in communal affairs was unanimously chosen to serve his third term as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association at the election meeting of the organization held last Monday evening. Prior to serving as president Mr. Pepper was treasurer for four consecutive terms and then was elevated to the higher position. He was treasurer and vice-president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and now is president of Congregation Schaarei Zedek. He is a life member of the Y. M. ri. A., a member of the Miami Zionist District, the B'nai Brith, the Elks ar >d numerous other civic groups. Officers elected in addition to Mr. Pepper were Mr. Nat Zalka, 1st vice-president; Mrs. S. Stone 2nd vice-president, Mr. Morris frank, treasurer and Mr. Sidney "• Palmer, secretary. Meetings are held the first Monday of every month. At the meeting Monday night delegates of the constituent groups were seated as representauv es to the Association for the coming yea r. Delegates are: e 'h Jacob: Mr. M. B. Frank, Mr. JjGoldstein, Mr. I. L. Mintzer; Bet h David: Mr. Sidney H. Pal"><*. Mr. Nat Zalka, Mr. Ernest ^"ssman; Sisterhood Chesed NUd Emes. Mrs. S. Stone, Mrs. M. LAVAL PLANS TO STRIP JEWS OF FRENCH CITIZENSHIP •'The membebrship drive of the Y. M. H. A. is now in full swing." Mr. Isaac Joffe, Chairman stated in announcement made this week. "The first lap of the race has been covered with 100 of the five hundred goal already secured. We are deeply appreciative of the efforts expended by our teams and members who are putting forth every effort to put the "Y" and this campaign over the top." An attendance of three hundred was had at the Membership Smoker held last Wednesday evening at the Y clubrooms. An enthusiastic reception greeted London (WNS)—All Jews who settled in France after 1920 will soon be stripped of their French citizenship by order of pro-Nazi Chief of Government, Pierre Laval, Free French circles here reported this week. These sources said that France's No. 1 Quisling was waiting for public indignation, aroused by the recent mass deportations of Jews to Nazi-occupied East Europe, to subside before announcing the next step in his anti-Jewish program. Meanwhile, Laval is "purging" state and municipal officals friendly to the Jews and replacing them with known anti-Semites. RELIEF WORKER were changed and the unfortunates were executed with the other Jews of the Baltic countries." INDIANAPOLIS POST URGES THAT NO PULPITS BE FILLED Indianapolis (WNS) T he Jewish Post of Indianapolis this week called upon Anglo-Jewish newspapers throughout the country to follow its lead in campaigning for an understanding among American congregations that no new rabbis should be apj pointed permanently for the duration. The editorial argued that a rabbi who volunteers to serve his country should not be "penalized for his courage" by congregations making permanent appointments. ROSENWALD ASSOCIATION MAKES GRANT TO AID WAR New York (WNS)—The Rosenwa'd Family Association has made a grant of $20,000 to the IGNORE ALL LAI Washington (WNS)—Henry S. Harvey of the American Friends Service Committee, who returned here this week from unoccupied France where he was engaged in relief oprations, reported that the French people ignore the anti-Jewish laws whenever possible. "One certain opportunity which every visitor gets to check the anti-Semitic adherence is in hote' admittance," the American relief worker said. "While there is a prohibition on the acceptance of Jewish customers at hotels, only one—the Grand Hotel at Perpignan—of the 15 at which I stayed abided by the order. Numbers of Jews were found in the hotels living in defiance of Hitler with the assent of the proprietors." SWISS REPORTER BARES HORRORS OP LUBLIN GHETTO Zurich (WNS)—A correspondent of the Swiss newspaper "Neue Zeitung," the first nonGerman reporter permitted by the Nazi authorities to visit the Lublin Jewish ghetto in occupied Poland, has returned with a story of misery and filth which he described as beyond "human imagination." The Swiss newspaperman reported that "50,000 Jews are crammed into an area where only 10,000 could live under any condition approaching normal." Despite a terrible housing shortage, another 10,000 Jews are being shipped to the Lublin ghetto"The misery and filth in which the Jews are compelled to live is beyond human imagination," the returned correspondent said. "Never have I felt such deep pity overtome me as here at the sight of the deep misery concentrated in that small portion of the earth. The houses are small and dilapidated and some carry signs at the entrances warning of the presnee of infectious diseases. "Standing in the street and watching a Jewish peddler selling half-rotten food, I heard a moaning voice from a low cellar window begging me to move on because I was shutting out the one ray of light coming through the window into the cellar. "I entered the house and found in the dark, damp cellar, a family of four. The iurniture consisted of two small chairs, a rickety bench, two mattresses on the bare floor, and a few cooking utensils. To my astonishment, I found another family living in a basement under the cellar without any daylight at all." Y. M. H. A. PRESIDENT UGERS EVERY JEW TO JOIN THE Y" A. Pepper President Greater Miami Jewis Cemetery Association Kotkin. Mr. Max Kupferstein; M £m. Jewish Orthodox Cong E Albert Pallot. Mr. Leon Kapfan Mr. John C. Temple; Cong. LThaarei Zedek: Mr. A. PepperI am greatly pleased with the progress that is being made in the Membership Campaign. Having just returned from a northern trip where I have visited many institutions, I am proud that our "Y" is doing a job comparable to any of those institutions that I have visited. Never was there a time in our existence when the teaching of our youth was so vital a problem as at present. With many of our young men being called into the service, others going into defense plants, those that remain at home must be prepared to do the job. It is the purpose of Community Centers such as the Y. M. H. A. of Greater Miami to prepare these youngsters to be leaders. To that end the Y. M. H. A. has dedicated itself and I know a splendid job is being done. Such a task needs a great deal of manpower and financial help. No single person, no matter how competent and capable, can do It needs the asI. Jewish Occupational Council to institute a program designed to make more effective the utilization of the Jewish labor supply in the national war production orogram, it was announced here, that job alone. K. Shochet. Phillip Berkowitx President Y. M. H. A. columns of what the "Y" is doing. The best thing to do is to find out for yourself. Join the "Y," come to its meetings, join in its activities, and you will be convinced that this institution is one that you ccannot neglect. %  j %  • | • I i



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PAGE SIX ^JewlsiifhrldHan FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, TEMPLE ISRAEL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rauzin upon the occasion of the birth of a son. Sisterhood Red Cross Sewing Broup The sessions of the Sisterhood Red Cross Sewing Group will be held in Kaplan Hall on Tuesdays from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. under the chairmanship of Mrs. Sam Katz. Volunteers are urgently needed. Opening sessions of the Temple Israel Religious School were held Sunday morning, October 4 and regular classes of the Religius School will be held each Sunday morning at 10:00 a. m. Parents of children in the congregation are urged to fulfill their religious, as well as patriotic, duty, of assuring attendance of their children at the Religious School, through cooperation in solving the transportation problem of pupils in their neighborhood. The staff of the Religious School consists of Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, supervisor; Mrs. Morris Plant, principal; Mrs CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5, Junior Services The tenth consecutive Junior services will begin Saturday morning, November 7th. Congregational Meeting Sidney H. Palmer, president, wishes to announce that the first congregational meeting of Beth David since the inception of the new Jewish year, 5703, will be held Sunday evening, Oct. 11th at 8 o'clock. Please be on hand and help decide important matters. The following Yahrzeiten will be observed this month of CheshRAWLSONS ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Rawl. son, 2633 S. W. Seventh avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elsie, to Lieut. Irving Lee Kanof, U. S. C. A., son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kanof of New York. Miss Rawlson will leave soon for San Francisco to join her fiance. Date of the wedding has not been set. Miss Rawlson went to school in Brooklyn, N. Y. Lieut. Kanof attended George Washington University at Washington, D. C. WORKMEN'S CIRCLE WILL HEAR DELEGATES REPORT Sunday, October 8, at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25 BETH SHOLOM CENTER van The anniversary candle is, Washington Avenue. Miami lit the evening before the English Beach at 2 p m „ wi n be given date mentioned and the Kaddish| a full r rt of the southeastern nefflnQ tho Camn minunrt until begins the same evening until sunset of the day mentioned. Sorah Rivkas, mother of H. L. Green, Oct. 12; Chaya Bluma, mother of Mrs. J. M. Fine and Mrs. Albert Quadow, Oct. 13; Avrohom, son of Louis Weinkle, Oct. 13; Yaakov Nison, father of • Mrs. Gerson August, Oct. 16; HaGordon Davis Religious School dassah. mother of Isador and secretary, and the following! David Kaplan, Oct. 17; Miriam teachers: Mrs. Leona Levin, Mrs. | mother of Jos. Markowitz. Oct. Hyman Bornstein, Miss Dorothy; 19; Yaakov Laeb. father of Ida Lightman, Mrs. I. L. Seligman. Jackson, Oct. 19; Josef Avrohom, Mrs. Louis Letaw, Mrs. Sadie father of Mrs. Ed. Friedman. Wemberg. Miss Mildred Rand. \ Oct. 20; Avrohom Malech, son of Miss Shirley Kreiswirth. Miss j Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Myers, Oct. Sara Lightman, Mrs. Jules 21; Napthtali. father of Saul Perlman and Hyman Bornstein Grief. Oct. 25; Yosef. father of and David Friedman. In charge) Mrs. L. Seigel. Oct. 25; Aharon of books at the opening session, | husband of Mrs. H. Weinberg was Mrs. Harry Nevins. of the Oct. 28; Chaya. sister of Harry Religious School board. Rayvi. Oct. 28; Feiga Runi. mothIn Memorum I e r of Morris Kaler, Oct. 29; May"May the Father of Peace send er. father of the late Dora Cohen, peace to all who mourn, and comOct. 30; Yosef, father of Abe fort the bereaved among us." Kronenfeld, Oct. 31; Isidore Lip. At the Fnday evening services ton, husband of Mrs. I. Lipton, the memory of the following will Nov. 2; Rochel, mother of Mrs. be hallowed: Oscar Argintar and Bertha NewRecently departed: Louis B. jell. Nov. 2; Yaacov. in memory of Rifas. husband of Mrs. Rose Ri-! Charles Cohen. Nov. 3; Mae. fas and brother of Hyland Rifas. | mother of Al. and Lil. Chisling. Yahrzeits: David Zaban. fath-I Nov. 4; Laeb. husband of Mrs. er of Mrs. Michael Cohen; Anna Jennie Seiden. Nov. 5; Shima, Zaban, mother of Mrs. Michael : mother of I. Rosengarten, Nov. 5; Cohen; Leah Strahl. mother of Yisroel Chayim, father of Nat! Mrs. Jos. H. Levine. Nathan B. I Klein, Nov. 5; Chaya Soro, mothDiamont, father of Mrs. Rose er of Wra. Friedman, Nov. 6; Raff; Joseph L. Weitz, brother of Molka. mother of Jacob L. RichMax Weitz; Katie Long Perlman,! man, Nov. 7; Sorah Dina. mother mother of Frank Perlman; Viola j of M. J. Kopelowitz, Nov. 7; AlLetaw, wife of David Letaw; eksander, father of Mrs, M. E. Solomon Simon, father of Tobias Singer, Nov. 8th; Yisroel. father Simon; Israel Lovitz. father of of Mrs. R. Bain, Nov. 0. Edward I. Lovitz; Louis Flenschconference held September 6-8 in Atlanta, Ga., by the delegates attending. A dinner will be served. The conference importance at this time is stressed as delegates from the Workmen's Circle branches of the Southeastern David Brown Oct 14; Channa jscction of the count come to 5on 0r o;, m ,< Lf Cha f Levengcthcr to give rts of branch ston, Oct. 15; Shloma. father of | activities for the past (CONTINUED FROM PAGE *i were the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon, 4326 Sheridan Avenue, for the holidays. The Zinnamon home was practically an "open house" from Friday evening to Sunday night. The Zinnamons were true to the prototype ABRAHAM OVIINU who is the Jewish symbol for hos%  pitality. Mosel TOT Beth Sholom Center extends jits Mazel Tov to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kessler on the birth o f their daughter, and to Mrs. Fannie Wallich on the birth of this, her grand-daughter. Thank you also, Mrs. Wallich, for those fine Citrons (Esrogim) which you furnished for our Succah. Each one had its Pittum. BET H JACOB CONGREGATION er, brother of Mrs Louis Snetma. Floral offering of Sept. 25 was presented in memory of Ferdinand J. Hoffman. Floral offering of Oct. 2 in memory of Chas. Neidenbcrg. Funeral Chapel ; •*>*• FLAftlM ST.. AM SEV U V L A C N E CE 9-2664 ARE YOU DEAFENED? The new Electronic Radioear juat released offers new hearing brilliance, new styling, new beauty, new comfort, new service features. SEE and HEAR the entirely new and different RADIOEAR at our office. RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg., Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100 Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Beit • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicioui Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chica 0 o At the recent conference $100,000 in bonds was subscribed. Six hundred dollars was also raised for the underground work done in Europe by the Jewish Labor Committee. This committee brings over refugees and places them in various South American republics. A very favorable report was) given by the executive director of the ORT. He reported that: in Canada and Mexico technical | schools have been opened to teach various trades to refugees that have been brought over in I order for them to be a help rather than be a burden in the communities to which they have come. Members are urged to attend this meeting in order to hear a complete report. The forums which were suspended for the past few weks will continue and will be held every Sunday evening. Local delegates attending were j H. Laibson. Mrs. Morris Jacobs! and A. Arnoff. BE 100% WITH YOUR (CONTINoeo_FROM AQe ,, meeting every Sunday f rom „ 12:30 p. m. Glee Club m > every Sunday at 12 noon" 1 *" 1 Service Club Daily, except Friday, from 11 P. m. Refreshments KI^ meat sandwiches Sundays i/ vicemen's minyan Sunday atI. m. Servicemen's mothers and wives daily from 12 to 3 D m except Saturday and Sunday Special ETenti Board of the Associated Tai mud Torahs of Greater Miami meeting Saturday. Occtober loth 8:30 p. m. Mizrachi men and women divisions meet Saturdav October 17, at 8:30 p. m R^': ious School Induction Exercises Sunday, October 18, at 7 30 D m. Daughters of Israel and men's auxiliary Saturday, October 24, at 8:30 p. m. Men in Service To the list of members and members' sons in the service published last week in The FL0R1DIAN we add the following: Bernard Dolgin and David S. Goldfein. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and five our men in the armed forces the help they need. —Buy War Bonds Today— PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative Friends of Jack Fine will be glad to learn that he has fully recovered from his sickness of several months. Annual opening luncheon of Temple Israel was held Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Committee in charge of arrangements were Mrs. I. Gold, Mrs. Sam Goldman and Mrs. David TisMIAMI BEACH MEN'S CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR The Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, at its regular meeting last Monday, October 5. elected the following officers: Joseph A. Berman, president; Harry Zukernik. vice president; Harold Turk, vice president; Leo Eisenstein, vice president; Harold nower. Simchas Torah festival was celebrated Sunday morning with a large gathering. The Beth El sisterhood, Tom Smith and Sol Rubin arranged for the refreshments and Harry Greene. Mrs. Irving Moss and Mrs. Fannie Ryder served. Harry Karfunkle of Cincinnati is in the city after an absence of 16 years. Ben Pepper has been sent from Camp Blanding to Texas for further training, according to word received by his brother, Sidney Pepper of this city. 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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1942 Jtnistfk rilift i PAGE SEVEN T HE FLYING CHAPLAIN By WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN ^ MoM A* a special featuie ,(*'""" h Hoi WUin preeiitH the M J* ish .rle of two articles on ''!„ml In a ."? %  ?"" n s. Navy Chapour p hours with the first rabbi MME Unit£d States Navy u -.or the Unitea staves j iSSTworld War^He is n chaplain tarried in Miaim_for .""In Joshua L. Goldberg of WJj'S district. The Ihe :MUmi tnr cha Cs on his way back from tw0 n hour flying tour of the *r nhtan area where he had KK spiritual comfort during b Hieh Holy days to hundreds PiSfih men in our far-flung ""rSain Goldberg spoke with nSsrn of his Caribbean {fSB in a sense was a % h h's P v r i 0 sit eSS to n the "ewth SSSLSr of St Thomas which hTXu 60 or 70 Jewish famf' It boasts of a synagogue Ta 250 years old and at one SS contained the finest Jewish mmnnitv in the world. This SE?B "till .in .n excellent date of preservation. The minister of finance of the Virgin Islands. De Castro a Jew; Z h ead of the municipal coung Ra^lJ^w^kj^Jh^^res^"Xl G"A" nTotTcE s "SvSS 18 HKRBBT GIVEN that M'Vv 'OMl'ANY, located at f4Ps ^"7,h Avenue. Miami FlorOwner 1/11-18-tS 10/2-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN AND FOR UADK COUNTT. HiOKIDA—In P"255** No. 13302 _,._ In R: BSTATB OF LOUISA DAY 1*AncRStS^iea AH PWJOM !§*£ ,nir Clalmi or Demands Against Said ySS'wid each of you. are hereby notified md required to pnemt eny daima and demands which you. or nthw of yUO, may |*Ve njnrt <" % jut. of l.olJISA DAY JAY. de<£L. tat. of Miami. I*de e i-uuntv Courthouse In Dade (ount>. Florida, within ei B ht calendar mnnlhs from thr dale of the first publication havof. Said claims or demands to nmtain I'-nal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented ir iforemld, or same will be barred. • %  • Section 130 of the 1933 Probate \> Pate October 1st, A. D. 1942. OSrAR u JAY. sir.. As Administrator of the Estate of Louisa I>av Jay. Deceased. MAX It SILVER. Attorney for Administrator. Hnt publication on October -no, 1941 U"2--lC-2:i dent of the synagogue, a Mr Levy, and the reader of the synaI gogue, Mr. Sasow, who is the acting rabbi, took Rabbi Gold-; berg on a tour to the synagogue I and both the old and new ceme-! teries. (The new cemetery is 100 years old). The chaplain's account of his experiences in St. Thomas is worthy of quotations in full: "The reception was unique in character, in that with quiet dignity all these gentlemen who hold high posts in the general community exhibited a love for Jewish tradition and unmatchced loyalty to our religion. It was a new experience for me to find their children at the dock of the Pan American Airlines for me to bless them. "St. Thomas presents not a laboratory but a finished product of neighborly good-will. Jews and non-Jews live together in true amity. The Moravian minister, who hails from Machoster, England, came to ask for a message which he wanted to read on the eve of Yom Kippur, Sept. 20, in his church. Negro Bandmaster "When word was bruited about that I was flying to an important naval station in the Caribbean, the acting governmental secretary asked me to covey on behalf of the community their love to a navy bandmaster, named Adams, stationed there with his fellow townsmen. Upon arrival at this naval station I later found that Adams, their townsman, was a negro. I brought greetings to him and found in him a man of such dignity, insight and intelligence that I asked him to spend the evening with me. "Adams was at one time the editor of a progressive paper in St Thomas and chairman of a scholarship committee which annually sends several students to Swarthmore college. A number of farewell parties are being given this week by friends of Lieut. Max Pepper. M. C, U. S. N. R.. who will report for active duty at the U. S. Naval hospital at Jacksonville. FU.. Oct. 9. Dr. Pepper, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper, pioneer residents of Miami, received his B.S. degree from the University of Florida where he was a charter member of Pi Lambda Phi. After completing his rrvdical training at Jefferson medical school in Philadelphia, he started as resident physician of Columbus hospital in that city. A member of Phi Kappa Phi. honorary (Continued Next Week) Keep tkeAn in (JOWL MEDICINE CABINET Try Alks-Seltier for uUrh. "Mornins After" Aehin* Mo"l... AcU lndUt-tion. I''•"""• "^„. ^r-tl.e. sod *0. ONEtjDAY TAMIN A TABLE medical fraternity. Lieut. Pep per interned at Jackson Memorial hospital where he is now a member of the staff. Mrs. Pepper and their two children. Marshall and Nancy, will join the lieutenant in Jacksonville soon. Lieut. Pepper is an active member of the Dade County Medical society, the Federation, and the Jewish Welfare bureau, in addition to belonging to many of the local associations. COUNCIL REMOVES OFFICES TO CONGRESS BUILDING VITAM I N Hiih Viumin potency at low eotONE-A-DAY Viumin Tablet.. A and D tablet, in the yellow box-B-Complex tablet, in the grey box. Jl ~0I. MIUS ERYINX Statement of Ownerahip. Management. Circulation. Etc.. Required by the Acts of Congreaa of August 24. 1912. and March 3. 1933 "f The Jewish rlorldlan. published weekly at Miami, Florida for feept. S, 1942. Matt ol Florida 1 County cf Dade I „. Before me, a Notary Public in anen duly sworn a<-c p !" :n* to law, depose* and says that ne the Business Manager of The Jewi'h rVrldian and that the following w. to the best of hu knowledge ana WIef, a true statement of the <"*'"" e n*hip, management (and If a <""' !*P*r the I'iivulatlon). etc.. of tne frwain publication for the date I'hown h, !h. above caption, required the Art of August 24. 1912. a" junemleil by the Act of March 3. 1933. wniwilii-d In section 5S7. Postal Lawn a *l Regulations, printed on the rer <>f tills form, to-wlt: 1 That the names and addresses the publisher, editor, managing !" ltor, and business managers are: Publisher Kthel Shochet. Box 2973. w Bditur l'red K. Shochet, Bon 29.3 waging Kditor Fred K. Shochet. Box 2973. 2 That the owner is: (If owned by 4 "Tporatiiin, Its name and address !" ust be mated and also Immediately %  % under the names and addresses "Mickholders owning or holding one wr rent or more of total amount of :'"*"• If not owned by a corporaHil'^i he an >e and addresses of the 2 !" vMual owner* must be given. If "J1J64 by a f| rni| company, or other "Jini-ornorated concern. Its name and AM: •"* we as those of each In"iviciual member, must be given.) i.J i fi wlsh Ploridian, not incon>or5h. \ 21 s W. 2nd Ave.: Kthel t". P. O. Box 2973; Fred K. %  Wjjt. P. 0, it ox 2973. •vThal the known bondJiolders, •.•lu' 8 n<1 other security holders %  71 i" r h,,l,| ing 1 per cent or more i"iai amount of bonds, mortgages, r other securities are: (If there are "W; 10 state.) .Norn-. FRED K. SHOCHET, u n .. Business Manager. thi. K.I '" and subscribed before me •" -sin day of September. 1942. ineah MAX R. SIIA'KK. IUJ" Notary Public 'ommission expires Oct. 9. 194o.) For Sle'Pl*"'""' Irrlt T bilitr. Headache, and | R-tle-ne... when *>? to JNcrvoo. Tenaion. U.e only a. directed. | WANT MY MILK And Be SUM It'FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "Milk Products" Dacro Protectwd TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VUit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street The Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women announced the removal of its offices from Council House. 1427 N Bayshore Place, on Monday. October 12, to 201 Congress Building. HI N. E. Second Avenue, the telephone remaining the same, 3-6554. Due to war conditions, the section is compelled to give up Council House for the duration inasmuch as the federal authorities are still all located in the downtown section. The office will be open to all who desire advice in service to foreign born, such as naturalization, Americanization and assistance in bringing relatives to this country. Mrs Gertrude Davis, secretary of the Miami Refugee Committee, is now also the executive secretary of the Service to Foreign department of the Miami section, doing the port and dock work and assisting in service to the foreign born. Those requiring assistance in naturalization will please call the office for an appointment, and one of our volunteer workers will be happy to render all aid possible. Mrs. Benjamin LeVine chairman of the Service to Foreign Born department, is assisted by Mrs Walter Bronston, and Mrs^ M Boyd Kay. chairman ol Naturalization and Amencanization, has as her assistant. Mrs. Elmer Scheuer. ^^^_ "Justice, Amity and Understanding amongst Protestants. Catholics and Jews" will be promoted at the next meeting of Sholem Lodge Tuesday evening at the Beth David Talmud Torah, 135 N. W. Third Avenue, Miami, when the Miami Round Table will hold forth. Father Florence Sullivan, Reverend Roger Squire and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, who have conducted the Miami Round Table for more than a year over a local radio station, will discuss matters and put thoughts into words that will merit your attendance and attention. Refreshments will be served. Blood donors are being sought to replenish depleted stocks of plasma by the Dade CotlM Blood Bank. Members of Sho lem Lodge are urged to donate a pint of blood each, and arrangements are being perfected to have large groups attend at one time. It should be unneces sary to point out the vital necessity of the times for large stock piles, since stock piles of every nature and description are being gathered—each to serve a vital war need. When Sholem Lodge recently helped send 179 men off to camp and the war in a better frame of mind, with the help of gift packages, one recipient asked another who B'nai B'rith was. and was told it was a large Jewish organization which took part in everything. Thereby some still uninformed individuals get an idea of the nature and scope of the activities of B'nai B'rith. Unfortunate as it may be, many members of Sholem Lodge are as much in the dark as are many non-members. Members cannot be forced to attend meetings; neither is there any way they can be compelled to read of the accomplishments of B'nai B'rith, nationally or locally. We wish we knew how to reach the indifferent! From automobiles to keys'. Not so long ago Louis Heiman and his salvage committee combed the city for scrap metal, more especially cars. They bought some for the scrap heap, cajoled others into donating old cars and did everything humanly possible to increase the scrap metal stock pile. While not in any way abating the drive for big scrap metal, the lodge is now in search of that elusive key. A Barrel of Keys is our quota. Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country. This was, and perhaps still is, a stock sentence used extensively by beginners in typing class. Today it is a stark reality. Even if it only means digging out those keys saved for years and throwing them into the barrel. Keys contain metals and alloys needed for war production. Your few keys may not mean anything, but multiply your keys by a hundred million and see what you get. Bring your keys to the meeting and dump them into the barrel. Chief Justice Armstead Brown of the Florida Supreme Court acknowledged by letter the acceptance by the court of the flag presented to it by the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. The chief justice, in thanking the donors for the gift to the court, had this to say, in part: "The new flag looks mighty fine. We now have enough breeze to make it float patriotI ically a large part of the time. It is a beautiful flag." It is nice to feel that you are a member of an organization that can look beyond the horizon of its own sphere. Earlier in the year Sholem Lodge presented flags to all of the Dade County draft boards—11 in number. And astounding as it seemed at the time, the boards had no flags and were truly appreciative of the gifts. SHOOT STRAIGHT With Our Boys! BUY WAR BONDS ENJ OY YOURSELF AT THE NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY GENTLE RIDING HORSES E. J. ALBERT SON 13575 N. 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PAGE TWO fjewis/i ncridian FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, Social • • Personals Clubs • • Organizations Joiining the ranks of WAVE trainees this week were three Miami girls. Miss Jean Weinbcrg, daughter of Mrs. Sadie Weinberg, left Tuesday for a four months training period in Oklahoma. Miss Shirley Barnett and Miss Leona King, who will study at the University of Indiana to become storekeepers, left Wednesday evening. • • • Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer left this week for an extended vacation in New York. Baltimore, and Evansville. Ind.. to visit relatives. e e • Mrs. Louis Markowitz is spending a few weeks at the Rivermont Park sanitarium for a rest cure and treatment, Director Beer announced. • • • Private Hy C overman, stationed at Belle Haven, recently returned from a visit to his family in New York. Private Coverman spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Add man. e e • Private Arthur William Goldberger, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Akiba Goldberger, Miami Beach, is stationed with the infantry at Camp Gruber, Okla., and expects to be handling the camp's social activities as soon as the new recreation hall is completed. • • • S. James Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Cohen, will be Bar Mitzvah tonight at T in pie Israel at 8:15. A reception will follow the services. WOMEN FOR PART TIME OCCUPATION Can work from their own homes and make surprisingly large earnings. For full details write MAC c o P. O. Box 2973, Miami Florida The Normandy School 1021 Biaritz Drive Miami Beach NOW OPEN FOR FALL TERM REGISTER NOW' PHONE 5-1061 LEO HUBERMAN Headmaster Jay Cristol. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cristol, will be Bar Mitzvah at the Beth Jacob synagogue tomorrow morning. Following the services, his parents will entertain at a reception in their home. • • • Newton Frishman, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Frishman, 1401 S. W. 5th street, left Thursday morning for Camp Blanding. Friends and relatives gathered at his home Wednesday evening for a farewell party. • e • Louis Wolfson and his son. Mitchell Wolfson. have returned from a trip to North Carolina. • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein, 824 Alton road, announce the wedding of their daughter. Gladys, to William Walsh, an event of Sept. 17. 1942. • • • A two-week visit with her daughter in New York and a six-week stay in Ohio highlighted the vacation of Mrs. Minnie Wainer. who recently returned to the city. Mrs. Wainer is making her home at 1230 Ocean drive. Miami Beach. Her son. Sam. is stationed here. • • • Wives and mothers of service men were honored at a tea Monday by members of the Beth Jacob Service club who this week started a policy of "Get Acquainted." Miss Marion Wood of the recreation division of the Miami Beach Park department was the guest speaker. Temporary officers of the group include: Chairman, Mrs. Kenneth Arbetter; co-chairman, Mrs. William Shaffer; secretary, Mrs. Milton Eger. Mothers and wives of service men are invited to attend the daily get-togethers. e • e Twin sons were born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klass Friday. Oct. 2. Mr. Klass is executive secretary of the Federation. Installation of new officers and discussion of their medical contributions will be the high points of the initial meeting of the Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah Monday, Oct 2, at 2 p. m. at Carl's, 1711 Alton road. Miami Beach. Officers who will be installed by Rabbi Samuel Bension include: Honorary president, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff; president, Mrs. Milton Sirkin; vice presidents, Mrs. Harry Platoff, Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild and Mrs. Joseph Rambam; recording secretary. Mrs. Edward I. Lovitz; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Samuel Getzug; financial secretary, Mrs. Louis Heiman; treasurer. Mrs. Morris Plant. First public reading of an original dramatic sketch, "America Answers the Challenge," will be presented by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, American Affairs chairman. Theme of the playlet is the civilian defense program. Music and a social hour will follow the program. • e • Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig announce the birth of a granddaughter. Judith Ellen. Saturday. Oct. 3, at Jackson Memorial hospital. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Gordon. e e e On Sunday Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mascda, 724 N. W. 24th street, and on Wednesday the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rauzin, 1385 S. W. 19th street. Both ceremonies were held at Jackson Memorial. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom— THE LEAR SCHOOL BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL For Boys and Girls In Session Now 1010 West Avenue PHONE 5-0606 IDA R. LEAR Director SPANISH LANGUAGE STUDIO 909 SECURITY BUILDING PHONE 9-2186 FELIX RODRIGUEZ. Director ANNOUNCE THE OPENING of a BRANCH STUDIO IN— Mercantile National Bank Bldg. SUITE 501 PHONE 5-6966 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach TOWER THEATRE S. W. Ith St. at 15th AIR-CONDITIONED Fri. & Matinee Only Sat. Oct 9-10 Laughs with the Hilarious Bumsteads ll gfw| UIIT0RV WITH ARTHUR LAKE PENNY SINGLETON e e • Sat. Afternoon Starting 4:30 P. M & Sun. & Mon. Oct. 10-12 Walter Winchell Says "One oJ the Year's Best Comedies" "BETUIEEH US GIRLS ## WITH DIANA BARRYMORE ROBERT CUMMTNGS KAY FRANCIS JOHN BOLES Mrs. Jack Greene. Cleveland apti.. Miami, i* recuperating at her home from injuries received in an automobile accident a few days ago. e e e The Greater Miami chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver has chosen the Concourt hotel, 309-23rd street, Miami Beach, for the scene of its card party Tuesday, Oct. 13. Installation of officers will be held Oct. 27. e • • Back from Petersburg. Va.. it Mrs. Edward Peyser, the former Belle Tannen. who will remain in Miami Beach with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. Tanen. Lieutenant Peyser accompanied his wife here but returned to Petersburg, where he is stationed. e • • Funeral services for Harry Stoltzberger, 48, of 145 N. W. Second avenue, was held Tuesday at the Palmer funeral chapel with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Mr. Stoltzberger, a salesman, died in a Miami hos pital Monday. He came to Miami three years ago from New York City. He leaves a brother, Samuel Stoltzberger. e e e Friends and relatives are asked to be present at the unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Harry Stock Sunday. Oct. 1. at 1:30 p. m. at the Jewish section of the Woodlawn cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth, David congregation will officiate. Sidney H. Palmer is in charge of arrangements. e e e Mr. and Mrs. Irving Querido announce the birth of their first daughter at St. Francis hospital last week. Weekly meetings of Girl Srm,. Troop 73 are held w SLSP at 6:30 p. m. in the home M \" Evelyn Decky. 90S ,£££ avenue. Miami Beach, leader n the group. Assistant leader i Beatrice B.bit. Offi cert ^ President. Marcia Faber ,T' president. Marilyn Hochman. secretary. Beatrice Licht: tie..' urer. Phyllis Glasser. • e • The Biblical bazaar, under the direction of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center sisterhood, which takes place Sat urday, Oct. 17, and Sunday afternoon and evening, Oct. 18, is receiving successful response, and plans are going ahead full speed reports Miss Ruth Brotman, active in the affair. The bazaar will contain many novel surprises and the "popularity contest" for a Jewish queen and two ladiesin-waiting, to be chosen from the many charming ladies in the "Garden of Eden" have brought forth many outstanding contestants. Already participating are "Miss Young Judea, Hope Ellen Tannenbaum; "Miss American Jewish Congress," Susan Fleishman; "Miss Senior League," Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Mrs. Dr. J. Falk; "Daughter Eve," Miami Beach Jewish Community Center sisterhood, Mrs. Dorothy Gerstenfeld, and others. PAGAN'S PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT OPENING TODAY S65 N. E. 2nd Street, Miami -v*-? COMING SOON—WATCH FOR IT! 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PAGE EIGHT r =s + knisti Ihrid kin FRIDAY, OCTOBER FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR Th virwH axpressed by Mr. Boxerman are his own and do not ne•asarilr represent the opinion of The. Jewish Florldlan. What! At Stake? We had a visitor this week who expressed deep concern about the prejudiced attitude that one hears freely expressed in certain quarters Being engaged in a type of business which brings her into daily contact with the general public, she has ample opportunity to get the full impact of this feeling Her establishment caters to officers in the armed forces The remarks on the Jewish question attributed to some of those who lead our men into battle make her wonder whether they understand the principles at stake in World War It Her observations indicate the need for a more widespread indoctrination by the government of those in key positions ... A few courses on the "four freedoms" could do no harm. Among recent experiences our visitor related by way of illustration was the following: A Jewish officer in the Officers Training School told her that he was living in a hotel which still displayed a "Gentile Only" sign Also, within his hearing, remarks constantly were being made by REAL ESTATE HOMES. MIAMI BEACH WAR AND REAL ESTATE NEW BUILDING hat stepped here for the duration. You and I know there will be a shortage of houses. Now it the time to choose a desirable home. TODAY I am selling more homes than ever before because war conditlone and readjustments in Miami Beach compelled a number of owners to sell. My advertisements of these exclusive listings enabled a good many homeeeekers. esJecially local business people, to secure homes they wanted at prices way below their true value. NEW EXCLUSIVE listings are coming into my office daily, many of them at prices that probably will richer be duplicated again. MY ADVICE IS BUY NOW in the safest investment for today and for the peace to come. It's SAFE, PROFITABLE and PATRI. OTIC to own your own home. Buy War Bonds for Peace Buy a Home for Happiness B. E. BRONSTON REALTOR "TRUSTWORTHY SERVICE" 605 Lincoln Road. Ph. 5-5868 BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Beit Because Biggaat But—Biggest BMMM Bast fellow-officers in the usual propaganda pattern that "Jews caused this war," that "by and large the Jews did not want to do the fighting," that "Jews all seek soft berths in the army," that "Jews are profiteering in the war," and more along that line. Because of what he considers his non-Jewish appearance, the Jew does not consider the antiSemitic feeling as being directed against him However, he admits he's a little uncomfortable. When she asked him why he did not make some comment or move from the place, he replied: "After all, I am only going to be here a few weeks and they are not bothering me personally Why should I get into an argument?" We pity this Jewish officer, although we hold nothing but contempt for him ... In situations of this kind there are no two ways about it The man who is ready to go out and fight heroically on the battle front need not take it lying down when slander is heaped upon the Jewish people Now, if ever, is the time to stand up and fight even when the battle front is a hotel lobby. Only the watered-down Jew, only the Jew who has never been given any semblance of Jewish education or background, only the Jew who has always sought a means of throwing off the yoke of his heritage, will hide under the excuse that the traducers arc not talking about him but about the rest of the group. It's the old, told story of experiences which all of us have had. when a bigot, finding fault with Jews generally, always manages to slip into his remarks something about "We don't mean you, you're all right, you're a different kind of Jew." Yet, we have only to look at the example of what happened in Germany to see whether Hitler made any distinctions between the "different kind of Jews" and the rest of the congregation of Israel. Records for tha Futura While on the subject of whether Jews should speak up. let us say that the type of cowardice described is not confined to those in uniform ... In Miami. as well as in other communities, groups in the Jewish community eager to emphasize the participation of their members in the war are erecting commemorative plaques The Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee also is planning a public ceremony to dedicate a service flag to all of the Jewish men from this area in the armed forces The object is to convey to the general community in some graphic manner the fact that Jews are represented in proportion to their number in the general population, yes, even out of proportion. Now all this would seem to be commendable enough There are some Jews, though, who say that we should not show our Jewishness and we had best not call any public attention to what after all, is only our American duty. Of course, from what we already have said, it is clear enough that wc disagree with this viewpoint ... If it is proper for the Catholics to point with pride to those of their faith who art in uniform and in particular to those who like Colin Kelly have distinguished themselves by their outstanding courage, it is certainly in order for us to follow suit. The presentation of plaques or service flags and the tribute paid to men in service through a community roll of honor are concrete means of counteracting the lies whispered abut Jews not joining the service Wherever possible, we must make these records of our war participation as enduring as possible ... In this respect we are in agreement with an editorial writer who said "We want records for the future, records which can be used when writers and authors will make assertions For although the victory will bring a better world, there still B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS MAKE PROGRESS AS GROUP INCREASES ACTIVITIES Combining service and society the B'Nai Brith Girls of Miami look back on a year and a half of existence with satisfaction. Sponsored by Mrs. Al Green and Mrs. Sam Silver, they last year made a $50 pledge to the Federation which has already been paid in full. Also on their list ot accomplishments is their membership in the Crippled Children's clinic and the many sweaters, socks and wristlets they have knitted for the Red Cross. Latest of their services was acting as hostesses to out of towners who came to Miami for the AZA convention Labor Day week-end. Each week a group of the girls does volunteer work at the ADL office. Each month the club has a different guest speaker, and a program covering a variety of topics. A make-up lesson, an ADL report, and a lecture on the group's place in the community nave been favorites. Composed of girls from ihe ages of 15-18, the club adds to its membership by rushing twice a year. Members who have taken an active interest in the club's community, defense, charitable, and cultural work include: Velma Abraham, Bernice Badanes, Theresa Cohen, Marjorie Gerstein, Adele Stone. mui lander, Barbara Berger Thi Berger. Anyce Gctzug ^ Newman Marilyn j&^ge Lenore Laschower, Nancy Mi H' aels Doris Miller, Dorothy T" per, Roslyn Rabin, Eleanor Go d" man, Rosalie Moretti P. Schindler Madeline SchuW Helen Mintzer, Florence 5£ Edith Adler, Muriel G^f n Marvel Adler, Evelyn Gold Jan lse Greenfield and Norma Haas" MISS ALICE TlTONE TOPS SPONSOR PROJECT s IJLJ *X**_ *y*& r~*??p ^7^/ IO^C*"^^'*^ find profits in articles and radio broadcasts and speeches to bring about problems." In tha Scrap During the current scrap drive rumors have been planted that will be enough rotten people who the junk dealers did not cooperate to the fullest extent I award for cooperation, was a JewTwo local news items last week ish concern in Jacksonville •• demonstrate the falsity of these Two of the first three scrap con"made in Germany" stories cerns receiving a similar a*a The first scrap concern in the in Miami were Jewish owned %  %  %  ***• 0I Florida to receive an Let the record speak! "E" pennant, the government | Gut Shabbosl



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W^T | PAGE FOUR +Jewish thx-idinn FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, <& Jewtislh Floiriidliiai PI Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE SUBSCRIPTION P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 One Y ear, $2.00 Six Mont hs, $1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1942 TISHRI 28, 1942 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 40 itered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 MIAMI ROUND TABLE RADIO TRlo THE WAR PROGRAM Henry Monsky, president of the supreme lodge, B'nai B'rith. has issued an urgent plea to its members to make possible the organization's pledge and its participation in the war program. He stated: Twenty-four hours after the nation was plunged into war, I pledged, on your behalf, to the President of the United States, that B'nai B'rith stands "ready for any and all sacrifices of blood, treasure, talent, and toil in defense of our country." I am proud to say that we have achieved much toward the redemption of that pledge. The sons of B'nai B'rith are serving on every front of freedom. On the home front, we are doing our part in making America strong and unconquerable. We can do MORE by building our War Services to maximum strength and efficiency. We have been alert to the needs of the hour. We have been carrying on an active, intensive program. We have responded to appeals for help from those who suffer by reason of the war. We have been serving, in many ways, the men in uniform. To continue this great task of war service we need your help. Never has B'nai B'rith been found wanting in a national emergency. Nor will it be now. We have asked our District Grand Lodges and the lodges and auxiliaries for a fund to constitute the B'nai B'rith War Service Fund, equal to at least one dollar per member. The response thus far has been extremely heartening and evidences the desire on the part of B'nai B'rith membership to extend and expand this service in the nation's interest. We want to do, as B'nai B'rith always seeks to do. a maximum job. What the legions of B'nai B'rith men and women give to the War Service Fund will make possible a continuation and intensification of our far-reaching service efforts, including: Support of the emergency needs of the Red Cross toward whose war relief fund B'nai. B'rith was the first to contribute. The developing In-Camp and Hospital Program through which B'nai B'rith has undertaken to assist the Red Cross in providing welfare services, equipment and supplies in army hospitals and emergency recreational needs. Extension of B'nai B'rith recreational, religious, welfare and social services to the men in uniform, such as the Sifrei Torah project, distribution of indoor football games, home hospitality, and equipment for service men's centers. Distribution of the National Jewish Monthly, vocational guidance literature and other important reading material to army posts. An emergency war relief fund to ease somewhat the suffering of thousands of our own B'nai B'rith brethren and their families in England, Hawaii, Palestine and elsewhere; and to contribute direct non-sectarian relief for suffering peoples in the countries of our allies. Continuance of special projects already established, such as our participation in civilian defense or the presentation of gifts which bolster morale; and the creation of new projects necessitated by the war, such as the AZA youth training program being launched in a number of cities. Enlargement of B'nai B'rith's research and data gathering machinery so that we may be in a position to aid our government to an even greater extent than ever before, when called upon. For the support of this program your lodges and auxiliaries are being asked to give a sum equal in the aggregate to one dollar per member. Your prompt and generous response will make possible another historic contribution to the nation by B'nai B'rith. Sholem Lodge and lodges throughout the state are now making a concerted effort to collect these dollars to make possible the continuation of this necessary war effort on our part. Send in your dollar to the B'nai B'rith office, 650 Seybold Building, Miami. Send it in now! Reading left to right: Rev. Roger J. Squire, Father Florence Sullivan, and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman The Miami Round Table Radio Trio will address the October meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith, Tuesday evening at the Beth David Talmud Torah, as part of its program in carrying an object lesson in understanding among different religious groups. The East Coast of Florida will also be served by the Miami Round Table radio trio of Father Florence Sullivan. S. J.; the Rev. Roger J. Squire and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman who addressed a combined civic club meeting in Daytona Beach Wednesday. The luncheon meeting was called by Kiwanis club of Daytona Beach, with the Rotary, Lions and Exchange clubs participating. During the day they also addressed the high school assemblies of the Seabreeze and the Mainland High School. Subject of the trio's talks will be "Tolerance Facing Us Here In America Now." The appearance at Daytona Beach is the forerunner of similar meetings for which arrangements are being made in other Florida cities, Jacksonville, Tallahasse, Pensacola, Gainesville Orlando, Tampa, Fort Myers, St! Petersburg and West Palm Beach. Father Sullivan is pastor of Gesu church; the Rev. Mr. Squire is minister of Rader Mem! orial Methodist church, and Rabbi Zwitman is rabbi of Temple Israel. For the last year and a half they have appeared regularly on the radio panel sponsored by the Miami Round Table, affiliate of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The Miami Round Table was established in December, 1939. Present co-chairmen are Daniel H. Redfearn, A. A. Ungar and Andrew T. Healy. State-wide activities are under the direction of Barara Southern, Florida secretary. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREfULdiy eongldervtlcd -By PHTNEAS J. BJBONRefugees assisted to 6ccure war production jobs by the National Refugee Service, a beneficiary of the United Jewish Appeal, helped their firm, the Abott Fluorescent Lamp Co., win the coveted Army-Navy "E" pennant for excellence in war production. Two of them shown in this picturejoseph Schirmer and Leopold Prinz, had suffered indignities in a Hitler concentration camp before escaping to the United States. The picture shows (front row) left to right: Leopold Prinz, former Berlin manufacturer; D. Schoen, Plant Manager; Herman Heyinan, former Berlin merchant; Oswald Grief, former German student; Joseph Schirmer, former Berlin lawyer. (Back row, left to right) Major Battly, U. S. Army Air Corps, who made the award; Harry Rosenthal, president of the company; and Lt. Lodge, U. S. Navy representative. Since Pearl Harbor the National Refugee Service has retrained over 500 refugees to fill vitally needed posts in war industries. The National Refugee Service is represented, together with the Joint Distribution Committee and the United Palestine Appeal, in the national campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine. SAD BUT TRUE Those anti-Jewish disorderly incidents in the Bronx have revealed the sad fact that there are still plenty of Bundists and other types of domestic Fascists on the loose What, indeed, is being done about the "hoodlums," to use the customary euphemism, who've been getting away with stonethrowing at synagogues and other Jewish institutions in Brooklyn, too, and even in the heart of the lower East Side? And why doesn't the New York police get after the Bundists who peddle their anti-Semitic trash from door to door? Which reminds us that the Anti-Nazi League isn't getting any where with its boycott of the New York Daily News In fact, latest reports have it that the anti-Roosevelt tabloid is gaining circulation.. There's something to the viewpoint of the New York Post reader who, far from crowing over the defeat of Anti-Semite Gerald L. K. Smith in the Michigan primaries, is worried by the fact that this undeniable Fascist polled 90,000 votes. BLAME THE JEW When Germany goes down in her inevitable defeat her anti-Semites will naturally resume their old cry that all her troubles are due to the Jews And this time they won't be so far off, for a powerful lot of damage is being done Nazi land right now by JOWB whom Hitler drove out • • We're thinking particularly of Mauricio Hoshschild, a German Jew who emigrated to South America, and hasn't been back in Germany since 1934, when a typical Nazi trick cheated him out of some well-earned cash by threatening him with concentration camp ... So Hochschild, who is in the tin ore business, is now providing Uncle Sam with this vital war metal, an important source of which was cut off with the fall of Malaya. THIS AND THAT The movie version of "Mission to Moscow," it is said, will show many of the inner workings of the fifth column eliminated by the Russian purges of some years ago Time was when A. C. Blumenthal was a prominent Broadway producer, but he's been in Mexico for some years now, as a result of a slight misunderstanding with his Uncle Sam on a little matter of income tax ... So now he's promoting a Roumanian cabaret in Mexico City which will be run by none other than Magda Lupescu and ex-King Carol.