The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
IS
OF 0P1 FOR
Stooping from one important
nost to another was Mark Max
ri- time resident, communal
worker, and active civic leader,
With the announcement this
week of his selection as head of
the Office of Price Administration
for this area.
With offices in the Seybold
Building. Mr. Max will step into
his new role after completing a
gigantic task of organizing the
Ration Board, volunteering to
serve as its chairman. He was
head of this governmental bureau
which started with the rationing
of tires and expanded into the
many items now under supervis-
ion and rationing.
A long time resident, Mr. Max
headed and directed one of Mi-
ami's largest department stores,
The Mark Store, now Richards.
Since settling here, he has af-
filiated himself with numerous
organizations. He headed vari-
IEWISH STATE PARTY ASKS
NATIONS STATUS AS ALLY
London (WNS)A resolution
] appealing to the United Nations
to recognize the Jewish people as
an active ally with appropriate
status in the allied war of fort
was adopted at a meeting here
of the Jewish State Party.
Another resolution called for
the establishment of a Jewish
State and a Jewish army in Pal-
estine. The Jewish Agency for
Paletine was asked to reorganize
its executive committee.
DANISH JEWS PRAY FOR
SPEEDY RECOVERY OF KING
OF Dili B'RITH
POLES ASK U.S. 10
EXPULSIONS
London ,WNS) The Polish
Government-in-exile has official-
ly called upon the United States
Government to intervene with
Vichy against the continued ar-
rests and deportations of Polish
citizens, most of them Jews, from
France to Nazi-occupied eastern
Europe, it was reported this week.
The Polish appeal was directed
to the United States since the
American Government continues
to maintain diplomatic relations
with the Laval regime in Vichy.
The appeal said that thousands of
Polish Jews who had sought asy-
lum in France had been ruth-
lessly deported to slave labor
camps in Nazi territories.
Defense Bonds are your surety
for freedom-
Washington (WNS)Nine of
the outstanding Jewish educators
in the United States have accept-
ed membership on a national ad-
visory committee on education
! to assist in shaping the national
policies of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations and Counselorships
and the Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai
B'rith youth organization, Henry
Monsky, president of B'nai
B'rith. announced this week in
making public the names of the
committee members, who have
accepted his invitation to serve.
They are: Dr. Leo L. Honor,
executive director of the Board
of Jewish Education of Chicago;
Dr. Alexander M. Dushkin. ex-
ecutive director of the Jewish
Education Committee of New-
York; Dr. Emanucl Gamoran, ed-
ucational director of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations;
Ben Rosen, director of the As-
sociated Talmud Torahs of Phil-
adelphia; Israel S. Chipkin. asso-
ciate director of the Jewish Edu-
cation Committee of New York;
Rabbi Samuel M. Blumenfield.
director of the College of Jewish
Studies of Chicago: Dr. Philip L.
Seman. director of the Jewish
People's Institute of Chicago; Dr.
Louis L. Kaplan, director of the
Board of Jewish Education of
Baltimore; and Dr. Ben M. Edi-
din of the Jewish Education Com-
mittee of New York.
Stockholm ( WNS ) Special
services were held in the syn-
agogues throughout Denmark as
the Danish Jews raised their
voices in prayer for the speedy
recovery of King Christian, who
was seriously injured when
thrown from his horse.
Jewish leaders in Copenhagen
called for special services when
the gravity of the King's condi-
tion became known. Only re-
cently the Copenhagen Jewish
community presented a gold
"mogen david' to King Chris-
tion on occasion of his birthday.
BEST
FRIENDS OF JEWS
New York (WNS)The Catho-
.ic and Protestant churches of
France and Germany are strongly
anti-Nazi and are the best friends
of the Jews, Dr. Samuel McCrea
Cavert. general secretary of the
Federal Council of Churches in
America reported upon his arriv-
al here from Europe this week
aboard the Pan American clipper.
Dr. Cavert, who spent six
weeks in unoccupied France.
Switzerland, Spain and Portu-
gal in the interests of refugees
and war prisoners, told reporters
that "the church in France had
found its soul again in bravely
standing up for Jews in the name
of Christian compassion."
EINSTEIN URGES
JEWS OF AMERICA
SUPPORT RELIEF
New York (WNS)Prof. Al-
bert Einstein urged Americ.-n
Jews this week to give their full
support to Russian War Relief
in a special message to a testi-
monial dinner given in his honor
by the Jewish Council of Russian
War Relief. Unable to attend the
dinner because of his health, Dr.
Einstein telephoned his message
from his home in Princeton, N.J.
Prof. Einstein told the 2.OO0 as-
sembled representatives of Jew-
ish fraternal and benevolent or-
ganizations that "as friends of hu-
man progress, as Americans, and
not least as Jews, we have the
very strongest reasons for giv-
ing our utmost to the struggle of
the Russian people for freedom."
"Without Russia, the German
bloodhounds would have reached
their goal, or even today would
still reach it," the world-famous
scientist said. "So it is merely
a dictate of self-preservation that
we shall do for Russia all our
uttermost efforts can do."
He stated that Jews should re-
member that "in Russia there is
not only a formal but an actual
equality of nationalities and cul-
tural groups of every sort."
LondonThousands of Jews in
the East End section of London,
lined the streets to Cheer Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt when she drove
through the district here.
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ous committees of the Dade Coun-
ty Community Chest and took
part in its reorganization. He
was vice-president of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau and guided
many of its phases of work. In-
terested in refugee work and re-
habilitation, he actively partici-
pated in the Baron de Hirsch
Loan Fund, a free loan fund op-
erating under the direction of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau.
Mr. Max was presented with
testimonials, gifts, and War Bonds
last Friday at a meeting of the
Personnel, as he relinquished his
duties as director of War Price
and Rationing Boards.
He addressed the first of a se-
ries of wartime conferences last
Wednesday at which time John
B. Reeves, acting regional prior-
'"es manager of the War Pro-
duction Board, Atlanta, was the
principal speaker.
His official title will be Coun-
ty Administrator, Office of Price
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PAGE TWO
Jewish Flcrid/an
FRIDAY, OCTOBER
30.1942
Social
^^

Personals
Clubs

Organizations
The Miami Unit of Jr. Hadas-
sah will have their formal open-
ing at the Elks' Lodge, 720 West
Ave.. Miami Beach. Sunday. No-
vember 1 at 2 p: m. Misa'Bdith
Freeman is chairman of this
event, the first of a series of par
ties and affairs planned for the
coming year. A varied and in-
teresting program has been
planned. Refreshments will be
served.

Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wilson an-
nounce the bar mitzva of their
son. Billy. 'The ceremony will
take place this Saturday morn-
ing. October 31. at Beth David
Congregation, with services start-
ing at 9 a. m. Billy will address
the worshipers and Rabbi Max
Shapiro will respond. A recep-
tion in his honor will be tendered
by his parents at their home.
1948 S. W. 16th St.. Sunday eve-
ning. Open house for all friends
will be had starting at 8 p. m.

The McAllister Volunteers will
be hosts at an old fashioned pic-
nic for members and friends at
Matheson Hammock all day Sun-
day starting at 8 a. m. The pro-
gram will include field events
and swimming in addition to
other activities.

The bar mitzva of Sidney, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lazar Gross-
berg took place this past week-
end with religious services at
Beth David Congregation and a
reception for friends at their
home Sunday evening.
t
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green-
wald announce the engagement
of their daughter, Evelyn, to
Walter H. Lazarus, son of Mr.
' and Mrs. G. Lazarus of Raleigh.
, North Carolina. The wedding will
take place in January.

Turning all out for defense.
B'nai B'rith Girls pledges are
reporting for A. D. L. volunteer
work this week, and are collect-
ing keys for the Sigma-Rho scrap
metal drive.
c
The November meeting of tne
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men will be held Wednesday af-
ternoon starting at 1:30 o'clock,
at the Alton Road Service Cen-
ter. 1705 Alton Road, Miami
Beach. A board meeting will
precede, startine at 10:00 A. M.
Guest speaker for the afternoon
will be Rabbi Camillus Angel.
U. S. Army Chaplain stationed
at Miami Beach. His topic will
be "Faith and Morale, the Wo-
men's Contribution." Mrs. Mor-
ris Alpert will follow with a
resume of Current Events.

Mrs. Ida Optner has returned
from a ten week vacation visit-
ing relatives and friends in Chi-
cago and New York.

Nathan Alexander announces
the marriage of his daughter.
Sara, formerly of Macon. Ga.. to
Mr. George Blum. Mr. Blum is
a member of the Coast Guard,
and is stationed at New Smyrna.
The wedding took place Octo-
ber 26, at five o'clock, followed
by a reception held at the bride's
home.

Irwin Rosenstein will arrive:
from New York Sunday, to spend |
a brief vacation with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein.
PRIVATE HEBREW INSTRUCTION
IN PUPIL'S OWN HOME
RABBI H. M. KAGAN
437 S. W. 15th AVENUE PHONE 9-2295
GRADUATE OF RABBINICAL SEMINARY OF AMERICA

I PHONE 2-3891 DAILY DELIVERY 11-1 P. M.
GENERAL KOSHER MARKET
1 FRESH MEATS. 1 1. PASHKOW HI' GROCERIES, III GRADE VEGETABLES AND DELICATESSEN 1169 W. FLAGLER STREET. MIAMI
The officers selected to head
the organization for the ensu-
ing year were installed at a
meeting of the Greater Miami
Chapter. National Home for
Jewish Children, Denver, at the
Club Bali, last Tuesday after-
noon. Captain Harry Pells, U.
S. Army, formerly of Denver and
now of Miami Beach, personally
acquainted with the work of the
organization, spoke of the im-
portance of the chapter's work
assisting the Home and its rela-
tion to the present war program.
In his talk he mentioned that to
date more than 40 of the gradu-
ates of the home had already en-
tered the service. Mrs. Sol Gold-
, Strom, after .having been installed
'as honorary vice-president, in-
stalled Mrs. Marion Ross, presi-
dent: Mrs. Myron Newman and
Mrs. Perry Bittell. vice-presi-
' dents; Mrs. Maurice Colin, Mrs.
Lee Goudiss and Mrs. Herman
Wronkcr, secretaries; Mrs. Sam
Luby. treasurer; Mrs. John Fell-
er auditor; and Mrs. Jack Stein-
berg, parliamentarian.

Alan William Greenberg. avi-
ation cadet, has left for the clas-
sification center at Nashville.
Tenn. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Greenberg. 415 N. W.
43rd Street.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert
have returned from a trip to
New York City. Paterson, N. J..
Springfield and Boston. Massa-
chusetts, where they visited
their parents and married daugh-
ters. Their daughter Ruth is
now in Chicago where she is at-
tending the Dental School of the
Northwestern University. Their
son Robert will not attend the
Riverside Military Academy, as
he has the past two years, but
is a student at Miami Beach High
School. The Alperts have re-
cently moved to their new resi-
dence. 1435 West Avenue. Miami
Beach.

Yesterday morning two brissim
took place: the son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. Barron. 1367 S. W. 18th
street, and the son of Mr. and
Mrs. D. Goldstein. 74 N. W. 50th
street. Rabbi S. M. Machtei of-
ficiated.
Buy War Bonds Today
OLD AND YOUNG ARE RESCUED BY J. D. C. WITH U. J. A. FUNDS
J
The Pidyon Haben of the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Maseda
will be held at 4 p. m. on Sunday
at the home of the grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Aboulafia. 726 N.
W. 24th Street, with Rabbi S. M.
Machtei directing the redemption
ceremony.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith,
of 4700 N. W. 15th Court are an-
nouncing the engagement of their
daughter, Betty Rebecca to Pri-
vate (PFC) Robert R. Stein-
houser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
ry Steinhouser, 1437 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach. Miss
Smith attended schools in Toron-
to, Canada and is a member of
the faculty of Beth Jacob Sun-
day School. Private Steinhous-
er received his schooling in New
Jersey and is now stationed with
the 3rd Army Air Force Band at
Boca Raton Field, Florida. The
wedding is scheduled for Novem-
ber 29, following which the cou-
ple will reside near Boca Raton.
KEEP 'EM FLYINGBy buy-
ing Defense Stamps and Bonds.
The
Normandy School
RESIDENT AND DAY
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
1021 Biaritz Drive
Miami Beach
REGISTER NOW!
PHONE 6-1061
LEO HUBERMAN
Headmaster
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Zosl
nounce the birth of a son\T\
ard Norman, at VictoS H '
pital, October 10th. *
Rabbi S. M. Machtei office
at the brith milah of the "n ,
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Zoslow L
S. W. 17th Street, at VW
hospital Monday. That sam ?
ternoon, Rabbi Machtei Z.'
formed the ritual circumcision of
the son of Mr. and Mrs.'Natrl
Rothberg, 1526 Michigan avenue"
at Jackson Memorial hospitaii
Buy War Savings Bonds-
THE LEAR SCHOOL
BOARDING AND
DAY SCHOOL
For Boys and Girls
In Session Now
1010 West Avenue
PHONE 5-0606
IDA R. LEAR
Director
TOWER
THEATRE
8. W. 8th St. at 15th
AIR-CONDITIONED
Sat. Matinee Only, Oct 31
THE DEAD
END KIDS
IN
"Let's Get
Tough"

Starts Sat. Afternoon
at 4:30 and Sun. Thru Wed.
Oct 31 Nov. 4
"The Greatest Cast Ever
Assembled."
Walter Winchell
CHARLES BOYER
RITA HAYWORTH
GINGER ROGERS
HENRY FONDA
CHAS. LAUGHTON
EDW. G. ROBINSON
"ROCHESTER"
and 44 others, in
"Tales of
Manhattan
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Recently two Portuguese ve-sscls reached Baltimore with 452 refugees from war-ridden Europe,
bringing to a total of 7,300 the numher of victims of Hitlerism evacuated since Pearl Harbor to
ihe Western Hemisphere and Palestine, through the aid of the Joint Distribution Committee,
with funds raised T>y the Unitc'd* Jewish Appeal. The J.D.C., which buys up space on Portuguese
whips for refugee transportation, is continuing to arrange sailings for refugees from Lisbon. The
resources for this and other phases of its rescue program are provided through the nation-wide
campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine, in which the
JD.C. is represented together"with the United Palestine Appeal and National Refugee Service.
THE G A ROE N OF MEMORIES
niOUIlT ItfBO
FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES
West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue
ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
WHY LET A STRANGER SELECT
YOUR BURIAL SITE?
Make sure that your family will be together
foreverby providing your own private family
plot.
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
leave the choice of a burial plot to the first well-
meaning person who came along. How can such
a person make a selection that affects those dear
to you? The choice must be yours and yours
alone.
Don't force your family to buy a plot "blindly."
Don't leave yourself in the position of having to
make a most important decision at the moment
of greatest sadness. Provide now a beautiful
family plot in Mount Nebo.
Perpetual Care
Title Insurance
lasss
Lots may be purchased
on convenient terms
Business Office 1014 Olyznpia Bldg. 3-5132
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PAGE THREE
_ MARCHING MEN
THE~HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI j
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,. nubile relations co
9 H82ur Miami Army and Navy
9* r',V of the National Jewish
CT Hoard The committee In-
W1,ar wuitani I. Boxerman. chair-
llfSl Bron.tun, SYed K.
Che and Paul Weltxman.
..ihmions to thla column are
S parMcularly In the form of
eleoniM. p from 0rea,er
|gS mTSSSS In th. service.)
Thumbnail Sketches
Bernard Turk has been accept-
ed for train as an aviation cadet
|n the U. S. Army He en-
tered the air force enlisted re-
serve at Mitchel Field Irv-
ing J. Klein is among a group of
men recently enlisted for duty on
the U. S. S. Lexington Men
accepted for service aboard this
ship will be known as Lexington
Volunteers and will receive cer-
tificates enabling them to be
placed on the newly-commission-
ed carrier after their training.
Add to the roll of honor of re-
cent enlistments in the army, the
following: Solomon D. Horowiti.
Charles Rosenberg. George L.
Goldman. Moses Dantxig. Nathan
Green. Mitchell Goldman And
to the navy: Max Kanter, Nathan
Morris. Clement Hammond, Mor-
ton Littman. Meyer Segal. (Ft.
Lauderdale) and Ben Mazur (Hol-
lywood).
Robert Weiskopf- formerly a
landscaper, now is an aviation
cadet at the army's pre-flight
school in Monroe, La. Lieut.
Jack Falk serves in the eye clinic
at Camp Rucker, Ala. Sam
Stone burns the midnight oil in
the navy school at Norfolk.
Bernie J. Serkin and Donald A.
Solomon have been teamed to-
gether for the second phase of
their training from the classifica-
tion center at Nashville Both
have been sent to Maxwell Field,
Ala., to receive nine weeks flight
training at one of the schools in
the southeast.
Seymour C. Glasser has been
FATE OP REFUGEE
FRENCH CHILDREN
there. It describes the High Holy
Day services in which Corp. Ru-
bin participated as Cantor:
"From many mountain fast-
nesses,, from isolated beach posi-
tions, from innumerable unchart-
ed places on the island, a veri-
table multitude of Jewish sol-
diers wended their way to a cen-
trally located chapel where Chap-
lain Harry R. Richmond was to
officate at Yom Kippur services.
"For many it would be the first
time they had attended this sa-
cred service away from home;
for others it would be the first
time that they had ever attended
but did so merely to show a cer-
ain rabble rouser that civilization
and especially the Four Free-
doms are compatible with a fight-
ing democracy.
"Cantor Rubin, a corporal in
the air corps, ably assisted by a
service men's choir, began Sun-
day evening's service by chanting
the soul-inspiring Kol Nidrei .
The religious ritual continued
and was completed just one min-
ute before blackout time The
chaplain had not as yet delivered
his sermon, so he asked the con-
gregation to remain seated after
the lights had been extinguished
so that he might speak to them
on this Holy Day.
"Quiet reigned in the darkened
chapel as the chaplain delivered
his address Planes zooming
overhead returning from never
ending patrols over the far
reaches of the Pacific added real-
ity to services already replete in
atonement and thanksgiving .
The text of the serman was unim-
portant at that time because ev-
eryone was busy with his own
thoughts Officers and men
wept unashamedlynot because
of the sins for which they were
atoning, but because of some-
THE Y. M. H. A.
" NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
graduated from the radio school I thing that they had taken for
at Scott Field. 111. ... He will' granted was now being really ap-
take his place among the army's predated That something
communications experts Sec- that is denied the subjected peo-
ond Lieutenant Bernard Schaef- pies of Europe and Asiafree-
fer serves in the quartermaster; dom of religion,
corps at the Columbia, S. C. air j "Here was that concept in its
base Prior to his present as- i most beautiful form. The men
signment he had received spe- were relieved of military duty to
cialized training at Camp Lee, attend religious services in a
Va., in the quartermaster officer chapel that abounded in cruci-
school ... Dr. Harold M. Syrop fixes and 0ther accoutrements of
is stationed at Shreveport, La., | an religions except that of Ju-
as a first lieutenant with the ar- j daism Many offered a silent
my air corps. i prayer, 'Thanks, God for Amer-
Carl Sokolow has been promot- jca
ed to acting flight sergeant at the I "This was probably the only
Lincoln. Neb. air base after being rjay 0f Atonement service ever
transferred from Keesler Field. I held voluntarily in a complete
And Robert L. Siegel, who also blackout.
was at Keesler Field, has been I Tt did happen in Hawaii but
sent to the army officer candi-1 it can't happen in Germany "
date school on the Beach.
Thank God for America
Corp. Simon Rubin of the U.
S, Army Air Corps, now sta-
tioned somewhere in Hawaii, but
formerly of Miami Beach, sends
the following clipping from a
Berne (WNS)The fate of 1.000
refugee children, whose parents
have been deported from France
to Nazi-occupied eastern Europe,
remained uncertain this week as
conflicting reports from Vichy
and Berlin gave rise to fears that
the children may not be permit-
ted to leave France for the
United States.
The Laval Government in
Vichy announced early this week
that 1,000 exit visas would be is-
sued to allow the child refugees,
many of them Jewish, to emigrate
to the United States, where pri-
vate welfare organizations have
undertaken to provide for their
needs for the duration of the
war. The announcement that
the young refugeesall under 18
years of agewould be permit-
ted to enter the United States
was confirmed in Washington by
Under-Secretary of State Sumner
Welles.
Shortly after the French Gov-
enment expessed its willingness
to permit the children to leave,
however, the Nazi Transocean
News Agency reported from Ber-
lin that "Vichy may not allow
these children to leave unless in-
imical propaganda against France
and Germany ceases in America."
The Nazi indication that the
homeless refugee children may
be used as a political pawn came
as a blow to relief officials here
since it was assumed that the
agreement to remove the children
to asylum in the United States
would be consummated without
any further complications. It
was hoped that the Nazi news
report was incorrect and that
Vichy would stand by its agree-
ment.
Meanwhile, it was learned that
many Jewish refugees, who pos-
sessed American immigration
visas, were among the thousands
of Jews recently deported from
France as slave laborers to Nazi
territories. These Jews had been
denied exit visas, without which
one cannot leave France, by the
Vichy authorities.
Miami Service League Sponsors
Hallowe'en Party
An old fashioned Hallowe'en
party with all the trimmings will
the sponsorship of the Y.W.H.A
on Sunday evening, November 8.
Ladies are requested to prepare
packages and they will be sold
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be held at the "Y" on Saturday to the highest bidder. The per-
night, October 31. under the son buying the package witl eat
sponsorship of the Miami Service wtih the lady who prepared the
League. The Victory Belles will! package. In addition, there will
be special guests of the League, be a bingo game after the sup-
This dance is for service men on-
ly. The feature will be a pie eat-
ing contest, treasure hunt and
games appropriate for the oc-
casion. The Victory Belles have
been issued special invitations.
The special program committee
for this affair is as follows: Mrs.
Morris Rosenberg, Mrs. Lee Sha-
piro, Mrs. Dorothy Kaplan, Mrs.
Sari Furman and Mrs. John Tem-
ple.
Junior Activities in Full Swing
Last Monday was registration
day for classes for Junior Activ-
ities. Maurice Grossman, execu-
tive director, reports that many
children have registered for
dancing and arts and crafts
classes. The first sessions have
begun on Thursday afternoon at
4 o'clock and regular sessions
will be held thereafter on Mon-
days and Thursdays from 4 to 6.
Dancing lessons, including tap
and ballet, are under the direc-
tion of Miss Dorothy Lightman.
Dramatics is taught every Tues-
day at 4 o'clock. All boys and
girls between the ages of 4 and 14
are eligible. Parents' member-
ship in the "Y" is essential.
"Y" To Sponsor Film Festival
A series of better films, in-
cluding educational, war films,
musical comedies, cartoons and
the like, will be shown at the Y
the coming season. Through the
per. Mrs. Anne Chester heads
this committee and is assisted
by Mrs. Bernard Sterling, Mrs.
Minnie Levine, Mrs. Shirley
Zwicker and Mrs. Milton Fried-
man, and Mrs. Louis Kotkin.
More details next week.
"Y" Day November 18
Reserve November 18 for "Y"
Day. The Mesdames Berger and
Rosen are chairmen. Keep this
date open. More details next
week.
Nutrition Classes
Through the courtesy of the
Dade County Defense Council, a
nutrition class will be held every
Thursday evening at 7:30 at the
Y. First session was held last
Thursday evening. Anyone in-
terested, please leave your name
at the office.
Bowling News
Last Thursday night the Y
Bowling League held a semi-an-
nual banquet to celebrate the
conclusion of a very successful
season. Prizes were awarded to
the champion team led by Abe
Berkowitz. Other members of
the team were: Nat Blumberg.
Larry Grossberg, Jules Wilson,
Sam Badanes, and Joseph J.
Berman. Marty Milstein was
awarded the prize for individual
high score. The prizes awarded
were defense stamps.
The new league will start short-
generosity of Nathan Rothberg., ly. Anyone interested in joining
J. W. B.-U. S. O. worker with I please leave your name at the Y
offices in the Y. the use of a 16 office.
mm talking machine has been
made available to the Y. Begin-
Our genial ambassador, Al Pal-
lot, has just returned from Wash-
Buy War Stamps and Bend*
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need
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"52nd Street." a musical comedy "Y" Calendar for November
of ten years ago. In addition | 1, Sigma Rho dance; 2 organi-
there will be a sports film en-ization of Current Events group;
titled "Monarchs of the Ring." 4. special meeting board of d.-
fcaturing champion prize fight.' rectors, Y.M.H.A, and meeting of
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Twenty-five Years Later
The last twenty-five years have seen the
Balfour Declaration buffeted about in the
storm of political rivalries, chicaneries and
racial animosities. The Declaration has suf-
fered particularly rough handling in the
treaherous currents of appeasement. So true
is all this that its original intent has been al-
most blotted out by a series of interpretations,
and the last of them, the notorious White Paper
of 1939, has to all intents and purposes abro-
gated it.
Twenty-five years have now elapsed since
the Balfour Declaration was issued and Jew-
ish communities throughout America are pre-
paring to observe the anniversary. The ques-
tion may well be asked: It is proper, in view
of the vicissitudes that have befallen this doc-
ument, to celebrate its birth?
Our answer to that question is an emphatic
"Yes!" In spite of everything, the Balfour
Declaration remains a historic document of
the first order. It marked the official recogni-
tion by a great power of "the historic connec-
tion of the Jewish people with Palestine and
the reasons of reconstituting" the Jewish Na-
tional Home. It rallied to the support of the
great project the other civilized nations of the
world, among them the United States of Amer-
ica. What is equally important, it rallied to
its support a new stream of energy, the ideal-
ism, and the resources of the Jewish people.
It brought wave after wave of Jewish immigra-
tion into Palestine led by a vanguard of pio-
neers whose record would shine brightly in
the history of any people. It served, and it
still serves, as the most important point of
reference in the claims of the Jewish people to
the recognition by the world of its right to a
national home of its own in the land that e
identified with its pristine greatness.
We therefore join heartily in the celebration
of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Balfour
Declaration, and we trust that Jewish com-
munities throughout the world, in the present
hour that is so tragically dark for many of
them, will find in the observance of this an-
niversary an augury of the brighter future that
will come.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1942
CHESHVAN 19, 5703
VOLUME 15 NUMBER 43
'1 :
HOW TO HELP HITLER
"The truth is that America has nothing to
do with percentages of race and sex and re-
ligion and national origins. We are a people
a union, unique in the world for our variety.
Here in America is one country where Jews
and Gentiles can live together and it does not
matter to the true American which he is.
When anyone here begins inquiring into
whether a person is a Jew or Gentile, he is
helping Hitler. He is hastening the reality of
Hitler's boast, that he "will conquer the United
States from within."Pearl S. Buck, noted au-
thor and authority on race relations.
WAR WITH TRUTH
"If the malady which has produced the
present disaster has its roots in every aspect
of our intellectual and spiritual experience,
the remedy for that malady likewise requires
the coordination of vast fields of human ex-
perience beyond military, political and eco-
nomic interests. The Axis is waging its war, in
part, through the spread of false doctrines; its
opponents must counter by defending them-
selves with resort to the truth. It is essential
that the nature of the democratic process, of
the ethical, artistic, literary and spiritual val-
ues which we are defending, be made as
clear as possible to ourselves and to all those
we can reach "Statement of the Third
Annual Conference on Science, Philosophy
and Religion.
The Desert
Perhaps the first New Deal was proposed
by the prophets of Israel. If under Roosevelt,
we have the TVAthat works for the irriga-
tion and development of some of our abused
and neglected areas, it was the prophets of
Israel who dreamed first of "making the des-
ert to blossom like a rose."
Some people have regarded this prophet-
ical utterance as mere figure of speech, al-
though they should have known better, for
prophets are not ones to indulge in light speech,
but it was said long ago, that the misconstruc-
tion is understandable.
However at the Zionist convention in New
York this week, making the desert to bloom as
the rose became a part of the real agenda.
Robert Szold in his dynamic address to the
convention pointed to the post-war possibility
that the governments jointly might undertake
some great public work similar to our own
TVA to rehabilitate the vast underpopulated
regions of the Near East.
If anything like that should happen, and
Mr. Szold is quite justified in regarding it as
a possibilitythe Near East will have an
amount of arable land that will simply beg
for settlers. There is Syria for instance. Al-
though it has an area the size of England, it
has a population of only four million. The
Zionists have time after time taken land which
the Arabs have declared worthless and proven
that it can be made tillable.
Zionism may show the way for transform-
ing the entire Near East. Some day, per-
chance, even the Arabs will rise to bless the
movement.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWI
Mtictey eonfaUntid
-By PHTNEAS J. BIRON-
DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES
"... in the light of our universalistic in-
terpretation of Jewish history and destiny, and
also because of our concern for the welfare
and status of the Jewish people living in other
parts of the world, we are unable to subscribe
to or support the political emphasis now para-
mount in the Zionist program. We cannot but
believe that Jewish nationalism tends to con-
fuse our fellow men about our place and func-
tion in society and also diverts our attention
from our historic role to live as a religious com-
munity wherever we may dwell. Such spirit-
ual role is especially voiced by (Reform) Juda-
ism in its emphasis upon the eternal prophe-
tic principles of life and thought, principles
through which alone Judaism and the Jew can
hope to endure and bear witness to the univer-
sal God ....
"(Reform) Judaism, as we conceive it, is
the contemporary manifestation of the eternal
prophetic spirit of Israel, through which alone
Judaism and the Jew live to witness to the
Universal God."Declaration of Principles
signed by ninety Reform Jewish Rabbis.
POST WAR PROBLEM
"One of the major problems which the
American people must face without delay is
the probability that the end of the present war
of unprecedented scope of effort may provoke
a revulsion of corresponding dimensions.
"It may lead to the spread of disunity and
possibly a reaction against the democratic
tradition itself. We must certainly expect a
-tS!re ,0 withdraw from international respon-
sibilities. Together with these developments
the precedents of earlier wars would predict a
tendency toward disinterest in public affairs
and an urge for so-called normalcy, which will
open the door to widespread corruption and
destruction of gains achieved by liberal forces
Such conditions are favorable to revolutions
and may end in the rise of fascist qovern-
ments. -Rabbi Louis Finkelstein, president
of the Jewish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ODDMENTS
We pass on to you the bright idea of a New York P
reader, who suggests that the $750,000 in American railw
and other bonds that Gory Goering has cached in this coi?'
try be converted into U. S. War Bonds Can it be do
Mr. Enemy Alien Property Custodian? We wonder wheth
er the refugee children that are being taken into this cou
try from France will be distributed among private famili
a system which has not proved too successful so far **
Isn't it about time to establish well-directed children's homes
in which the youngsters could get uniformly good care and
education, instead of being independent on the uncertain nri
vate family lives of a country that is being mobilized for
total war? Samuel D. Leidesdorf, one of the leaders of the
American Jewish Committee, is the treasurer of the Com-
mittee for Refugee Education, which teaches the newcomers
to our shores not only the language of our country but also
American customs, history, etc. Winchell passes on a
rumor that Hitler has had a remodeling job done on his chin
and nose, and is now taking piano lessons in the confident
expectation of becoming the world's greatest pianist ere
long Why, asks Harry Hershfield, does Hitler want his
place in the sun, seeing, as he's crazy with the heat right
now or is he in Russia just to cool off?
TO BE NOTED
A recent issue of the Congressional Record published in
extenso an address by the brilliant attorney Louis Nizer on
the subject of the Jewish Army Which reminds us that
Admiral Yates Sterling, former Chief of Staff of the U. S.
Fleet, addressed a mass meeting under the auspices of the
Montreal B'nai B'rith not long ago, and in his speech advo-
cated a Jewish Army of Palestinian and stateless Jews for
purely strategic military reasons November 17th will be
National Proclamation Day, sponsored by the Committee
for a Jewish Army Dinners will be held on that day in
New York, Philadelphia, Washington, Pittsburgh, Cleveland,
Chicago, St. Louis and Los Angeles ... A Proclamation on
the moral rights of stateless and Palestinian Jews, signed by
outstanding Americans, will be read over a national hook-up
by film star Melvyn Douglas Incidentally, Douglas will
probably return to his Civilian Defense post in Washington
after he finishes his next picture That is, unless the U. S.
Army accepts him for service We're told the Army has
already turned him down twice, but he's going to make an-
other attempt to enlist.
READER'S GUIDE
Live and learn Until we read of the award of Zeta
Beta Tau Fraternity's New Orleans Trophy for 1942 to Cecil
Brown we had no idea that this noted foreign correspondent
was Jewish Brown, you remember, created quite a sensa-
tion with his reportage of the sinking of the British warship
Repulse at Singapore early this year His adventures as a
Columbia Broadcasting System correspondent in this war,
by the way, are related in his book "Suez to Singapore," out
this month Within the next few weeks will appear the
American edition of the late Vladimir Jabotinsky's last book,
"The War and the Jew" The book, although written in
1939, paints an amazingly true picture of Jewish war and
peace problems Other volumes of Jabotinsky's collected
works will appear in rapid succession Still carrying on
the work of his late father-in-law, the famous German pub-
lisher S. Fischer, is A. Bermann, formerly of Berlin, now of
Stockholm His Bermann-Fischer Verlag is the only one
of the German-language publishers in exile to have survived
to this day Promised for next spring is a new novel by
Fannie Hurst which her fans are awaiting with avid interest,
the more so because its theme is announced as autobiograph-
ical.
STAGE AND SCREEN
That repertory theatre Joseph Schildkraut and Eva Le-
Gallienne have been planning for New York will have to wait
awhile, as the two stars are still extremely busy with their
current hit, "Uncle Harry" Schildkraut, incidentally, is
responsible for the greatest thrill Captain Pierre Dreyfus has
experienced since his arrival in this country a few months
ago Captain Pierre, you remember, is the son of Captain
Alfred Dreyfus, whom Schildkraut portrayed in "The Life of
Emile Zola"a film which was prohibited in France, so that
it was only after his arrival here that the son was able to
see the screen presentation of his father's tribulations ... By
the time you read this. Screen Star Edward G. Robinson will
most likely be enroute to England, where he'll entertain the
armed forces and make special broadcasts to continental
Europe Eddie will be particularly useful in the latter
activity because he is quite a linguist, being able to speak
fluently in rive languages in addition to English and Yiddish.
Add to your list of budding columnists the name of movie
producer Walter Wanger, who is to write a cinema column
for the Saturday Review of Literature, no less The report
is that the new Clifford Odets play will describe how some
soldiers spend their last day or two in America That
Alan Ryskind who gets story credit for the film "The Mean-
est Man in the World" is the seven-year-old son of playwright
Morrie Ryskind The idea^vas Papa Ryskind's, who wrote
the original story for the picture and didn't like the emenda-
tions the studio made.
ABOUT PEOPLE
A special award was presented by The Protestant maga-
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huday
OCTOBER 30. 1942
>Jenisti fhridiar
PAGE FTVE
With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
jEMPLE ISRAEL
lit N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone *-774
^BBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
BA Rabbi Emeritua
oiRHI CObMAN A. ZW1TMAN
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
133 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone. 2-2176
l/OUIS HAYMAN, CANTOR
16 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-1473
Khi MUn win be In the Tem-
iSmfmSS*. Tou may c.nsalt
ph hwn on matter, concerning the
Tlt,h immunity. r your peraonal
gSgL, Yeu wlU be HJM i;
fflSr hearing ana advice, ana.
Congregational
..po not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
Regular services at Temple Is-
rael 137 N. E. 19th Street. Fri-
day'evening, at 8:15 o'clock.
Regular services at Temple Is-
..el 137 N. E. 19th St on Fri-
day evening at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman will speak
on the subject "The Rock Whence
We Were Hewn," being the first
0{ a series of addresses in answer
to questions of many in our day
as to "What Can We Still Believe
Now and Why?"
Religious School
Classes on Sunday morning at
10 o'clock.
Sisterhood Red Cross
Our Sisterhood Red Cross Sew-
ing Group appeals for more work-
ers. In order to met fixed quo-
tas on definite delivery dates,
many more volunteer workers
are needed to supplement the
loyal group who have met thru-
out last year, and who have re-
cently resumed their work. Mem-
bers of the congregation and the
Sisterhood, interested in this pro-
ject, should contact Mrs. Sam'l.
Katz. 3-3991. The sessions for
this month will be held in the
Sisterhood room on Tuesday,
Nov. 2nd, from 10 a. m. to 4 p.m.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: William
Solomon, father of Mrs. Harold
B. Spaet; Joseph Zaban, brother
of Mrs. Michael A. Cohen.
Yahrzeits: Mandel Warner,
father of Mrs. Rose Adler; Ricka
Kauffmann, mother of Henry A.
Kauffmann; Julia Brumlik,
mother of Arthur Brumlik; Rosa
Fedder, mother of Mrs. Sam'l.
Katz: Harry Sandier, father of
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman; Isaac
Davis, father of Louis H. Davis.
Jacob Davis and Gordon Davis.
Services
Daily services at 8 a. m.; Min-
cha at 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
Louis Green now residing at
1441 S. W. 5th St. was selected as
sexton for the congregation at
the last meeting. He will also
serve as Bal Koreah. Prior to
coming to Miami, Mr. Green was
an executive of Old Aged Home
of Cleveland for nine years.
The election of officers took
place and the following were
elected: Max Rifas, president; E.
Albert Pallot, first vice-president;
Leon Kaplan, second vice presi-
dent; Morris Bear, treasurer;
Dave Bear, recording secretary;
John C. Temple, financial secre-
tary. Board members include
Nathan Ginsburg, George Chert-
kof, D. Singer, D. Simon, Joseph
Brenner, J. Soffer. A. Rintzler,
Adolph Adler, Phillip Raskin.
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.
BAR MITZVAH
During the services this Satur-
day morning, Billy, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wilson, will
become bar mitzvah. A reception
will follow in the auditorium
immediately after the services.
Late Friday Evening Services
The eleventh consecutive series
of late Friday evening services
conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro
will begin November 6th at 8:15
o'clock. Cantor Louis Hayman
will officiate together with the
rabbi.
CONGREGATION
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
(Gates of Justice)
1545 S. W. Third Street
Miami. Florida
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
14l Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL, BENSION. Rabbi
ir>36 Jefferson Avenue
Phene 6-4781 or 5-4712
Miami Beach
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
761 41st Street
MIAMI HEACH
Phone 5-9793
8. M. MACHTBt, Rabbi
1450 S. W. 17th Terraoe. Miami
Phone 2-3579
CONGREGATION
SHAARAY TEFILA
440 Espanola Way
Miami Beach
Services of the Congregation
Shaaray Tefila, temporarily lo-
cated at 440 Espanola Way, are
scheduled for Friday at 6:30 p.
m. and Saturday at 9 a. m. and
6 P- m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky will speak on the subject,
The Proper Friend," Shalosh
S'udas will start at 6:15 p. m.
and will be followed by Maariv
services.
Daily services are scheduled for
7-30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. The
Ein Ya-Akov group meets Sun-
day. Monday, and Tuesday at
6:45 p. m. and the Shulchon
Oruch groups meet Wednesday
and Thursday at 6:45 p. m. All
are welcome.
Buy Defense Bonds Today.
Religious Services Schedule
Daily at 8 a. m. and 6 p. m.:
Kabbalos Shabbos at 6 p. m.; late
services every Friday at 8 p. m.;
Saturdays at 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.;
Sundays at 8:30 a. m.
Calendar of Activities
Daily recreation center for ser-
vice men with facilities for read-
ing, writing, parlor games and
ping pong.
Tuesdays 8 to 11 p. m. enter-
taniment. dances, and refresh-
ments for men in uniform. Young
ladies willing to act as hostesss
also welcome.
Saturdays. Bible class under
leadership of Morris Gershon at
5:30 p. m.
Sabbath joy socials for service
men and civilians with commun-
ity songs and refreshments at
6:15 p. m.
Sundays from 10 to 12 noon.
Religious school for children from
kindergarten to post confirmation
classes.
Friday. October 30th
The services at 8 p. m. will be
conducted by Cantor A. D. Wolf.
Dr. Bension will speak on Sweet
127" Reception and refresh-
ments in the social hall follow
the services. The hostesses are
Mrs. Sarah Berman, Miss Lil-
lian Danziger, Mrs. Esther Levy
and Mrs. Ben Marbach. Soldiers
and civilians are welcome.
Bingo Nights
Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 4
at 7 30 p. m. and continuing
throughout the season every
Wednesday and Saturday mjht
under the auspices of the Sister
hood of the Miami Beach Jewih
Center, bingo games will be held
fn the social hall of the Center.
Every effort will be made for the
convenience and enjoyment of all
who attend. There is no adm s-
sion fee and the general public
is cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. Freda Newman, president
Junior Services
The tenth consecutive Junior
services will begin Saturday
morning, November 7th at 10:30
o'clock.
Sisterhood Calendar. November
The Sisterhood will sponsor a
card, bingo and mah jongg party
Tuesday evening, November 3rd
at 8 o'clock at the Beth David
auditorium. Refreshments will
be served and prizes awarded.
Please come and bring your
friends.
Membership Tea
Annual membership tea Wed-
nesday afternoon, November 18
at 2:30 at Beth David Auditor-
ium, under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Norman Jacobs. Members
and friends are cordially invited.
Annual Food Sale
Annual food sale all day Wed-
nesday, November 25th. Booths
at Dadc Kosher Market, and
Snyder's Fruit Market. West
Flaglcr. Mrs. Sam Dickson is
chairman, with Mrs. Chas. Abbott
co-chairman.
Book Series
A Sisterhood committee is ar-
ranging a series of book reviews
to be given during the winter
months by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
The books to be selected for re-
view will be among the follow-
ing: "They Were Expendable."
by W. W. White; "Victory
Through Air-Power," by Major
Alexander Seversky; "The Raft."
by Trumbull: "The Seventh
Cross," by Ann Seghers; "The
Just and the Unjust," by James
Gould Cozzens: "The Song of
Bernadette," by Franz Werfeh
The tickets of four reviews will
be sold for one dollar. Details
will be announced. The commit-
tee selected includes Mrs. Jack
August. Mrs. Isadore Fine and
Mrs. Sidney Rauzin.
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.
Congregational
The election of officers which
took place Thursday will be an-
nounced next week. Definite
plans for the Talmud Torah will
be announced with regards to the
new proposed plan of the Asso-
ciated Talmud Torah system.
Sunday School classes are in
regular sessions, metrting each
Sunday morning at the syna-
gogue. Registrations are being
accepted for new pupils each
Sunday.
Sisterhood
At the meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary, held last Wednesday,
a nominating committee was ap-
pointed consisting of Mrs Max
Kupferstein, Mrs. Max Mintzcr
and Mrs. P. Sokaloff. Their re-
port will be brought in at the
next regular meeting, Nov. 11.
Sunday evening, Nov. 8, at the
home of Mrs. Wm. Clein. 1860 S.
W. 4th St., a card party will be
held. Hostesses for the evening
will be Mrs. Louis Kotkin and
Mrs. Wm. Clein.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
611 Lennox Ave., Phone 5-7133
of the Sisterhood has returned
from an extended visit to Atlantic
City. We are also glad to wel-
come home Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Rubin. Mr. Rubin is chair-
man of the Center house commit-
tee and a member of the board of
directors.
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Shachriss 8 a. m.; Mincha 6:15
p. m.; Maariv 7:15 p. m.
Sabbath
Shachriss 9 a. m.; Junior con-
gregation 9 a. m.; Mincha 6:15
p. m.; Shalosh S'oodoss 6:30 p.
m.; Maariv 7:15 p. m.
Sermon
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach
this Saturday on "Vision or Real-
ity." He will also speak at Sha-
losh S'oodoss. Cantor Mamches
will chant the-services.
Religious School
Sunday sessions 10 a. m. to
noon; faculty meeting noon to
12:30 p. m. Sundays; daily ses-
sions 4 to 7 p. m.; school Sabbath
service Saturday 9 a. m.
Service Men's Club
Open house and refreshments
daily from 7 to 11 p. m. Kosher
sandwiches Sundays 3 to 11 p.
m. Friday night service by
Chaplain Camillus Angel at 8 p.
m. Service Men's Wives Club
daily from 1 to 3 p. m.
Sisterhood Meeting
The Sisterhood will meet Mon-
day, November 2 at 2 p. m. A
musical program has been ar-
ranged. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "Declaration Day."
Junior Congregation
A. Loskove with the assistance
of S. Grundwerg direct the Jun-
ior services conducted in the
community building at 9 a. m.
Saturday. Bernard Milstein will
deliver this week's sermonette.
All children are welcome.
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.
Sabbath Services
Kabbolos Shabbos at 6:15 p. m.;
Sabbath eve services at 8:15 p.
m.; Rabbi S. M. Machtei will
preach on "Is Hitler a Bible Stu-
dent?" Sabbath morning service
at 9 o'clock tomorrow; sermon,
"Sara Laughed." Se'udah Shli-
shith following Mincha at 5:30 p.
m. tomorrow.
Hospitality
Mrs. Sarah Vosberg and Mrs.
Fay Schaefer will be hostesses at
the social hour which follows
the service tonight at 8:15. Mr.
and Mrs. B. Appel will be hosts a
the Se'udah Shlishis after the
5:30 p. m. service tomorrow. Beth
Sholom Sisterhood will be hosts
at the "Open House" at the Cen-
ter on Sunday night at eight.
Religious School
Sunday school classes convene
at 10 a. m. on Sunday. The teach-
ing staff is Miss Phyllis Kohn,
Mrs. David Newman, and Freder-
ick Miller. In Mrs. Newman's ab-
sence last Sunday, Miss Naomi
Machtei taught her class. One
more teacher is needed for Sun-
day school. Volunteers please
notify Rabbi Machtei. The Tal-
mud Torah classes begin at 3:45
p. m.
Adult Classes
The first of a series of adult
classes in Jewish Science will be
held at 11 a. m. on Sunday. Rabbi
Machtei's lesson will be "Jewish
Science Fundamentals." This in-
struction will help the students
to apply the teachings of Juda-
ism and Divine Law in their daily
problems. Those in need of Di-
vine aid are invited.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
Services will be held at the
Congregation, 535 N.W. 5th Ave..
Friday evening at 6:15. Satur-
day morning Rabbi H. M. Kagan
will speak on the portion of the
week with services starting at
8:30 a. m., with evening pray-
ers at 6:00.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Aveaue
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON
Telephone 1411
705 S. E. 9th Street
Sabbath services Friday at 8
p. m.
Religious School Sunday at
10:30 A. M.
Sisterhood meeting Mo iday at
8 p. m.
Sewing for the Red Crc s, Brit-
ish War Relief Society, a d Bun-
dles for America, Tuesd y from
12:30 to 5 p. m.
A special welcome Is extended
by Temple Emanu-El to all ser-
vice men stationed from Holly-
wood to Boca Raton.
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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.
NEW DEPORTATION AIMED
AT POLISH JEWISH WOMEN
Sockholm (WNS>Nazi au-
thorities in occuied Poland have
launched a new drive against
the Jews in Polish ghettos, de-
porting all able-bodied Jewish
women, including mothers, to
Nazi-held White Russia and the
Ukraine, according to reports
published in the Swedish press.
The Jewish women are shipped
to slave labor camps in Nazi-
controlled Russian territory. The
Swedish newspapers described
the pitiful scenes in the Polish
ghettos when the Jewish women
were forcibly separated from
their husbands and children and
transported from the ghettos.
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Savings program, that was presented recently to Henry Monsky. president of B'nai B'rith,
in recognition of what the War Savings Staff called B'nai B'rith's "great contribution to
the winning of the war." The certificate was given to Mr. Monsky because of B'nai B'rith's
nationwide record of SI9,000.000 worth of war bonds sold by B'nai B'rith groups through
B'nai B'rith-sponsored, initiated or conducted rallies, auctions and other sales campaigns.
IMPORTANCE OF EDtir^;
IS STRESSED^1?^
Several thousand DamnK,
stressing the m,porEhlets
"Study Takes PrecSc"0'
Everything." were mailed ^"
Jew.shct.zens of Created
ami, under the auspices nf.k .
sorted Talmud tU^
Hebre^Sol^Si-'1
cate that a very small "
of boys and girl are reS
at least a basic tra,n,ngC ^
Hebrew schools. We
Parents are definitely der-ii,.
when they become shon'S
In thmk.ng that when the \m
is sent to the Sunday School it
is suff.c.ent, heads of the newlv
formed city-wide Associated Ta!
mud Torahs emphasized
week.
this
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NOW and give our men in lhe
armed forces the help they need.
London (WNS) The Nazi ra-
dio in Berlin warned this week
that Jerusalem would soon be AMERICAN JEWS ESTABLISH 25th anniversary of the Belfour
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I one of the junior partners of the
Axis. Premier Nicholas von Kal-
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ment party that "the Jews of
Hungary must abandon all hope
of ever finding again conditions
under which they may own land."
it was reported here.
Recent anti-Jewish legislation
in Hungary deprived all Jews of
the right to own land or to en- i Worcester,
gage in agriculture. All farms
and lands owned by Jews were
confiscated outright.
M. A. Dubbin celebrated the
seventeenth birthday of his son,
Sidney, at Gainesville, where the
youth is a student at the Univer-
sity.
Mrs. Helen Freeman was host-
ess at a card party held last
week for the benefit of the Beth
El Sisterhood.
Motoring to Gainesville for the
week-end to visit their sons, stu-
dents at the University of Flo-1 ducting assisted by Jack Kapner.
rida. were Mrs. E. Barash, Mrs. B.
Friday night services were held
at Beth El Congregation with
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein con-
Birnbaum and Mrs. E. Eisenberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shier re-
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Geneva (WNS)-The Italian
.overnment will confiscate the
homes and household possessions
"[ Jews in Italy to compensate
Cn-Jewish victims of last week's
Lw Royal Air Force raids on
Genoa. Milan and other cities, it
Was reported here.
Announcement that the Italian
Government would seize Jewish-
occupied apartments to accommo-
date the thousands of "Aryan"
Italians made homeless by the
British air attacks was made in
Rome by Under-Secretary of the
Fascist Party Ravazeo.
Italy will emulate Germany
in this respect," the Fascist Par-
ly official told a press confer-
ence. Nazi Germany has for
some time now handed over
Jewish homes, possessions and
clothing to "Aryans" who lost
their homes as the result of the
British bombing attacks.
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**'W*B* Arranges Overseas Worship
| PUBLIC MEMORIAL SERVICE
SUNDAY NIGHT AT ORLANDO
On Sunday, November 1st at
7:30 p. m. Congregation Ohev
Shalom in Orlando, will unveil a
bronze, electric Memorial Tablet
in honor of 17 year old Pearl
Helen Haimowitz, who passed
away suddenly' last year. In ad-
dition to the Haimowitz 'Me-
morial the congregation will hon-
or all loved ones resting in Mt.
Neboah Cemetery and those
whose names are recorded in the
Jacob Memorial Volum.
Visitors are expected from
Jacksonville, Leesburg. Clermont,
Mt. Dora. Lake Worth, Winter
Park, and other Central Florida
communities. Rabbi Morris A.
Skop will speak on the theme.
"The Everlasting Memory" and
Rev. Abraham Leshinsky will
chant the El Moleh Rachamim
prayer.
WAR-TIME PROBLEMS WILL
BE DISUSSED BY EXECUTIVES
The National Jewish Welfare Hoard,
in cooperation with the Army and Navy
Departments, arranged High Holy Day
worship for Jewish soldiers in the rouri-
try s armed forces at many overseas
points including England, Australia,
Trinidad, Panama, North Ireland, New
Caledonia, Puerto Rico, Iceland, Hawaii,
and Cuba. Shown above at Rosh Hash-
onah services at Hirkham Field, Hawaii,
are Chaplains H. Cerf Straus, Navy (left t
and Army Chaplain Norman Segal, blow-
ing the Shofar.
Major General Charles Bonestcel, commander af
American forces in Ireland, speaks to the Jewish
men during High Holy Day services conducted at
the Northern base by Chaplain Julius Leibert. Rabbi
Philip Goodman (right), of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Hoard, conducted services for Jewish men sta-
tioned at Bermuda. Rabbi Coodman also held Holy
Day services aboard a refugee ship which put in at
Bermuda during the High Holy Days. The Episcopal
Iii-hop of Bermuda greeted the men during services.
Cincinnati (WNS)Giving spe-
cial attention to the war-time
problems of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations and
its 310 member congregations.
the executive board of the Un-
ion will meet on Sunday, Novem-
ber 1st, at the Netherland Plaza
Hotel in this city.
More than twenty-five mem-
bers of the Board from all over
the country will convene for the
sessions. The Union Board will
discuss the question of Jewish
Chaplains for the armed forces
and how to provide Jewish lead-
ership for congregations whose
rabbis are on leave of absence for
service in the forces.
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following reports from Chunking
that Lt. Marks had done some
celebrating of his own by shoot-
ing down one and possibly two
Japanese Zero planes during the
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vJewlstontrkUan
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
L
Boxerman
The view* expressed by Mr. Boxer-
man are his own and do not nec-
essarily represent the opinion of
The Jewish Florldlan.
He Who Tars
He who tars my neighbor also
besmirches me. For there is a
basic interdependence among all
members of mankind. Ernest
Hemmingway stressed this theme
well when he chose the now
famous quotation from Donne for
his "For Whom the Bells Toll."
We are all part of mankind and
what affects one affects the other
equally. These simple thoughts
are introductory to a statement
of our gratification at the action
taken recently by the Haldeman-
Julius Publicaions or Girard,
Kansas, publishers of the Little
Blue Books.
For a long time, this concern,
whose head happens to have been
born of Jewish parents, has been
printing and circulating pocket-
size books of an anti-Catholic
character. Some of the literature
circulated here in Florida, pre-
sumably was written by a rene-
gade Catholic who had left the
church and divested himself of
his priestly garb.
From the Same Presses
We well recall the heyday of
the Klan in our own community
in Illinois. The burning of fiery
crosses there went hand in hand
with the printing of anti-Catholic
tracts from the very same presses
which rolled off anti-Jewish dia-
tribes. A certain printing plant
now run by the widow of the
man who printed the stuff con-
tinued as recently as a year ago
to peddle not only the products
of her own press but the material
of Haldeman-Julius.
No Boundaries
So we are happy now that
through the efforts of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews (of which the Miami
Round Table is an affiliate) Mr.
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Julius has agreed to discontinue
a current series called "The Black
International," and to stop a pro-
jected series by Bertrand Russell
directed against the Catholic
Church. We say again that what
affects the Catholic affects the
Jew, yea also the Protestant as
well. Hate knows no boundaries.
Liberty of press has never
meant license of press. Of late
Uncle Sam seems to have taught
this lesson to quite a number of
printers of seditious propaganda.
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Getting a commission in the
army or navy is the hope of many
Americans who feel they have
special qualifications. Ofttimes,
a man fails to achieve his goal
simply because he lacks the basic
information. To satisfy a long-
felt need, Bernard Galkin has
compiled a book entitled "How to
Get a Rating or a Commission,"
which tells how your present job
or training can lead to a commis-
sion or to a specialist's rating in
the Army or the Navy. The book,
published by Greenberg (New
York) is a good investment at one
dollar.
The compiler has abstracted
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branches of the service as fur-
nished to him by official sources.
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list at the back of the book is
especially valuable. There's noth-
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fingertips when you go to make a
decision so important as that of
entering the armed forces.
Unsere Menschen
Have you noticed the abund-
ance of talent available among
the Jewish service men on the
Beach? The boys have not been
stingy, either, about giving time
and effort to organizations in
the general community. Last
week, for instance, several mem-
bers of the army air corps gave
a program before a civic group.
Of six artists who performed, six
were unsere menschen, including
a vocalist, a violinist, and a pi-
anist.
And at a church whose pastor
as been noted for is past anti-
paty to our people, the social hour
now features quite regularly sev-
eral Jewish men in uniform with
dramatic and musical talent.
Perhas this will convince him
that Jews are quite human and
not such bad fellows after all.
Here's hoping, anyhow.
Gut Shabbos!
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plaque, Reuben said: "After
having fed millions of people in
the course of my life, I feel it's
only fair that at last somebody
is giving me a dinner" .
M-G-M's Al Lichlman is slated
to do an imortant morale job
for the army He's to set up
a distribution system that will
assure American soldiers the
world over of an opportunity to
see special films the Govern-
ment is making for them .
Dave Lax, one of our best-
known painters, now private in
the Army, is weil on the way to
becoming America's outstanding
military painter ... A few can-
vases he has made at Camp Up-
ton have created so deep an im-
pression on his commanding of-
ficers that they are preparing
to open a Lax military exhibi-
tion Actor John Garfield,
who's planning to enlist before
long, has done his Chanukah
shopping early and very simply
by purchasing a War Bond
for everybody on his list .
An excellent example for you
and you and you to follow .
And if your budget doesn't run
to bonds for all your relatives
and friends, you can give them
a few of the colorful War
Stamps instead.
WEEKLY GIGGLE
In England, which celebrated
the second anniversary of the
1940 blitz last month, they've
been retelling the story of the
baby shark that, shortly after
the unsuccessful Nazi invasion
attempt, asked its mama what
they were having for dinner that
night "Germans," replied
the mama shark And the
baby groaned: "What, again?"
B'nai B'rith 4*" Note,
By Paul Weitsman
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WAR BONDS
Hitler found out that his high pow-
ered mechanized and motorized
army bogged down in the snow and
mud of the Russian Winter. Al-
though our Army is largely mecha-
nized the cavalry horse is still a I
highly essential factor in this mount-
ed division and in the Field Artil-
lery. The Army also maintains re-
mount farms where many cavalry
horses are bred and raised.
Last week we innocently over-
heard a portion of a conversation
which for a time had us going,
but turned out all right. Per-
haps you'd like to hear what we
heard.
We came into the chambers of
one of the judges, at the court-
house, just in time to hear a sen-
tence which ended with "... the
Jews get the best help." (Refer-
ring to employees.)
We had a right to be where
we were. The conversation was
informal and prior to beginning
of official court business. We had
just taken a seat when the trend
of the conversation, as reflect-
ed by the quoted portion of the
sentence, touched a sensitive
part of our consciousness. We
did not know what went before,
but experiencebitter experi-
encehas taught us that when
"Jews" are bruited about, the
object is generally to say some-
thing less than complimentary
about them.
In the half minute before the
conversation continued and it
seemed like a yearwe could
feel the red creeping up about
our ears and we were wishing we
had Bill Boxerman by the hand.
This should be his department,
we felt. But come what may. we
were in the midst of it.
"I'm not a Jew," the lawyer
who had previously spoken, con-
tinued, "but I want to say this
for the Jews, when it comes to
charity the Jews go all the way
down the line. Salvation Army
: : : And then the conversa-
tion trailed.
With what mixed feelings of
relief and pride we heard the end
of the conversation we leave to
your own conjecture.
And just to make sure you
really go "all the way down the
line" your attention is respectful-
ly directed to the fact that mem-
bers of Sholem Lodge have ig-
nobly responded to the appeal for
funds to the B'nai B'rith War
Service Fund. One dollar per
capita is our quota and to date
Sholem Lodge has received a to-
tal of $129 from a paid-up mem-
bership of about 750. And more
than half of this sum was raised
at one meeting.
Is B'nai B'rith to curtail its
War activities? Are many Home
Front projects to be abandoned?
Is the paucity of response due to
inability to comply with the ap-
peal or studied and deliberate at-
tempt to avoid the duty and ob-
ligation of supporting the organi-
zation's project? Let it not be
said that we had been found
wanting: Send in your dollar to
the War Service Fundnever
will 100 pennies of your dollar
do better service.
Barrel of Keys
A barrel is the goal set. but
next time we're on the Beach
we'll get a sand,pail with whkhl
children play. That will be mor/
than enough to hold the kev
collected without any danger of
spilling over the side. Keys weri
important enough for Bing Cros
by to make the appeal for their
collection over the radio! The
A.Z.A.'s are willing to go to your
home to pick them up. Was there
ever such a fuss made about a
few keys? And everyone has
keys that will never again be
used. But it is easier to pun
teeth than pry a few keys from
individuals. Why? You tell us!
Nomination of Officers
You can tell when the end of
the year is around the comer
Next meeting of Sholem Lodge
November 10th, will be the time
to nominate men for office to
serve the organization and com-
munity during 1943. Louis Hei-
man, acting president, has ap-
pointed a nominating committee
to make recommendations to the
Lodge. Every member has the
right to make nominations from
the floor of the Lodge. But give
the matter some thought and
come prepared to suggest men
for office who will help build
the organization. Elections come
in December.
Blood Donors
On October 24, 1942, nine men
went in a group to the Dade
County Blood Bank at Jackson
Memorial Hospital and left a
pint of blood each. These men
are: Ike Levin, Carl Weinkle.
Leo Chaikin, Maurice Cromer,
Henry Bulbin, Edward Klein,
Aaron Edelman, Max Silver and
Louis Heiman. The blood plasma
stock of the Blood Bank has thus
been increased by nine pints.
These men deserve the commen-
dation of their confreres even al-
though they did not seek it. This
has not been the first donation by
some of these men.
On Sunday morning, October
31st, 1942, between 9 and 11:30
o'clock another group from Sho-
lem Lodge is due to go again.
Call the B'nai B'rith office,
3-6391, and place your name on
the list to go with that group
or for another group if you can-
not make it this coming Sunday.
Forty-Five Stars
Two doctors from our commun-
ityfrom Sholem Lodgehave
entered the service. On October
18th Dr. Max Pepper became
Lieutenant Senior Grade and is
with the Naval Medical Corps at
U. S. Naval Hospital, Jackson-
ville. On October 31st, Dr. Har-
old Rand retires from private
practice to become Captain Rand
in the Army Air Force Medical
Corps. And last, but not least,
William Wilkins, brings to 45
the stars on the Service Flag of
Sholem Lodge. Buck private he
may be, but he has plenty of
company.
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PAGE SIX Jewish Fkwkflan FRIDAY. OCT OBER M YESHIVA EDUCATIONAL CENTER TREASURY DEPARTMENT HAILS B*NAI BTU TH FOR GREAT WAR BOND SALES RECORD 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. NEW DEPORTATION AIMED AT POLISH JEWISH WOMEN Sockholm (WNS>—Nazi authorities in occuied Poland have launched a new drive against the Jews in Polish ghettos, deporting all able-bodied Jewish women, including mothers, to Nazi-held White Russia and the Ukraine, according to reports published in the Swedish press. The Jewish women are shipped to slave labor camps in Nazicontrolled Russian territory. The Swedish newspapers described the pitiful scenes in the Polish ghettos when the Jewish women were forcibly separated from their husbands and children and transported from the ghettos. wwm msm mim^miww^^M^i Betmj Jttottsktj. $vzsihent B'nai Vith NAZI RADIO WARNS OF AIR ATTACKS ON JERUSALEM This is the certificate for "distinguished services rendered" in behalf of the National War Savings program, that was presented recently to Henry Monsky. president of B'nai B'rith, in recognition of what the War Savings Staff called B'nai B'rith's "great contribution to the winning of the war." The certificate was given to Mr. Monsky because of B'nai B'rith's nationwide record of SI9,000.000 worth of war bonds sold by B'nai B'rith groups through B'nai B'rith-sponsored, initiated or conducted rallies, auctions and other sales campaigns. IMPORTANCE OF EDtir^; IS STRESSED^ 1 ?^ Several thousand DamnK stressing the m, por E hlets "Study Takes PrecSc" 0 Everything." were mailed ^" Jew.shct.zens of Created ami, under the auspices nf.k sorted Talmud TU^ Hebre^Sol^Si-' 1 cate that a very small ££"£ of boys and girl are reS at least a basic tra,n,n g C ^ Hebrew schools. We Parents are definitely der-ii,. when they become shon'S In thmk.ng that when the \m is sent to the Sunday School it is suff.c.ent, heads of the newlv formed city-wide Associated Ta! mud Torahs emphasized week. this MOW w „ ar stamps ^~i^d7 NOW and give our men in lhe armed forces the help they need. London (WNS)— The Nazi radio in Berlin warned this week that Jerusalem would soon be AMERICAN JEWS ESTABLISH 25th anniversary of the Belfour subjected to heavy air attacks. BALFOUR CHILDREN'S HOME Declaration observed on Nove-mThe Nazi announcer charged that ber 2nd. a children's home in the British had hidden muniTo honor the memory of Lord England has been named the Artions in the Holy City, thereby Balfour on the occasion of the thur James Balfour Home, acendangering the WOMEN FOR PART TIME OCCUPATION Can work from their own homes and make surprisingly large earnings. For full details write MAC co P. O. Box 2973. Miami, Florida civilian lation of Jerusalem. popuBuy War Bonds and Stamps 10% SAVED NOW OR 100% TAKEN BY THE AXIS LATER! BUY WAR BONDS ARE YOU DEAFENED? The new Klectronic Radioear just 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 cording to an announcement by Dr. Israel Goldstein, chairman of the Jewish Section of the Interfaith Committee for Aid to the Democracies. PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative HUNGARIAN JEWS ABANDON HOPE OF OWNING LAND Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Beat e It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago for SAFETY.. and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In BXM FEIIERAL ^ sk> aa Berne .WNS)—Discussing post| war reconstruction of Hungary. I one of the junior partners of the Axis. Premier Nicholas von Kallay told members of the government party that "the Jews of Hungary must abandon all hope of ever finding again conditions under which they may own land." it was reported here. Recent anti-Jewish legislation in Hungary deprived all Jews of the right to own land or to eni Worcester, gage in agriculture. All farms and lands owned by Jews were confiscated outright. M. A. Dubbin celebrated the seventeenth birthday of his son, Sidney, at Gainesville, where the youth is a student at the University. Mrs. Helen Freeman was hostess at a card party held last week for the benefit of the Beth El Sisterhood. Motoring to Gainesville for the week-end to visit their sons, students at the University of Flo-1 ducting assisted by Jack Kapner. rida. were Mrs. E. Barash, Mrs. B. Friday night services were held at Beth El Congregation with Rabbi Manuel Greenstein conBirnbaum and Mrs. E. Eisenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shier returned here Friday for the winter from their summer home in PALMER %  Funeral Chapel 2001 W. FLAGIER ST. AMIULANCE EAT HOLSUM BREAD" In the absence of Dr Carl N. Herman, Beth Israel services were conducted by Dave Goldsmith. Rev. 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PAGE TWO Jewish Flcrid/an FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30.1942 Social %  ^ !" ^ !" • Personals Clubs • • Organizations The Miami Unit of Jr. Hadassah will have their formal opening at the Elks' Lodge, 720 West Ave.. Miami Beach. Sunday. November 1 at 2 p: m. Misa'Bdith Freeman is chairman of this event, the first of a series of par ties and affairs planned for the coming year. A varied and interesting program has been planned. Refreshments will be served. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wilson announce the bar mitzva of their son. Billy. 'The ceremony will take place this Saturday morning. October 31. at Beth David Congregation, with services starting at 9 a. m. Billy will address the worshipers and Rabbi Max Shapiro will respond. A reception in his honor will be tendered by his parents at their home. 1948 S. W. 16th St.. Sunday evening. Open house for all friends will be had starting at 8 p. m. • • • The McAllister Volunteers will be hosts at an old fashioned picnic for members and friends at Matheson Hammock all day Sunday starting at 8 a. m. The program will include field events and swimming in addition to other activities. • • • The bar mitzva of Sidney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lazar Grossberg took place this past weekend with religious services at Beth David Congregation and a reception for friends at their home Sunday evening. • • t Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenwald announce the engagement of their daughter, Evelyn, to Walter H. Lazarus, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Lazarus of Raleigh. North Carolina. The wedding will take place in January. • • • Turning all out for defense. B'nai B'rith Girls pledges are reporting for A. D. L. volunteer work this week, and are collecting keys for the Sigma-Rho scrap metal drive. • c %  The November meeting of tne National Council of Jewish Women will be held Wednesday afternoon starting at 1:30 o'clock, at the Alton Road Service Center. 1705 Alton Road, Miami Beach. A board meeting will precede, startine at 10:00 A. M. Guest speaker for the afternoon will be Rabbi Camillus Angel. U. S. Army Chaplain stationed at Miami Beach. His topic will be "Faith and Morale, the Women's Contribution." Mrs. Morris Alpert will follow with a resume of Current Events. • • • Mrs. Ida Optner has returned from a ten week vacation visiting relatives and friends in Chicago and New York. • • • Nathan Alexander announces the marriage of his daughter. Sara, formerly of Macon. Ga.. to Mr. George Blum. Mr. Blum is a member of the Coast Guard, and is stationed at New Smyrna. The wedding took place October 26, at five o'clock, followed by a reception held at the bride's home. • • • Irwin Rosenstein will arrive: from New York Sunday, to spend | a brief vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein. PRIVATE HEBREW INSTRUCTION IN PUPIL'S OWN HOME RABBI H. M. KAGAN 437 S. W. 15th AVENUE PHONE 9-2295 GRADUATE OF RABBINICAL SEMINARY OF AMERICA I PHONE 2-3891 DAILY DELIVERY 11-1 P. M. GENERAL KOSHER MARKET 1 FRESH MEATS. 1 1. PASHKOW HI' GROCERIES, III GRADE VEGETABLES AND DELICATESSEN 1169 W. FLAGLER STREET. MIAMI The officers selected to head the organization for the ensuing year were installed at a meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter. National Home for Jewish Children, Denver, at the Club Bali, last Tuesday afternoon. Captain Harry Pells, U. S. Army, formerly of Denver and now of Miami Beach, personally acquainted with the work of the organization, spoke of the importance of the chapter's work assisting the Home and its relation to the present war program. In his talk he mentioned that to date more than 40 of the graduates of the home had already entered the service. Mrs. Sol Gold, Strom, after .having been installed 'as honorary vice-president, installed Mrs. Marion Ross, president: Mrs. Myron Newman and Mrs. Perry Bittell. vice-presi'• dents; Mrs. Maurice Colin, Mrs. •Lee Goudiss and Mrs. Herman Wronkcr, secretaries; Mrs. Sam Luby. treasurer; Mrs. John Feller auditor; and Mrs. Jack Steinberg, parliamentarian. • • • Alan William Greenberg. aviation cadet, has left for the classification center at Nashville. Tenn. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Greenberg. 415 N. W. 43rd Street. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert have returned from a trip to New York City. Paterson, N. J.. Springfield and Boston. Massachusetts, where they visited their parents and married daughters. Their daughter Ruth is now in Chicago where she is attending the Dental School of the Northwestern University. Their son Robert will not attend the Riverside Military Academy, as he has the past two years, but is a student at Miami Beach High School. The Alperts have recently moved to their new residence. 1435 West Avenue. Miami Beach. • • • Yesterday morning two brissim took place: the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Barron. 1367 S. W. 18th street, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Goldstein. 74 N. W. 50th street. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. —Buy War Bonds Today— OLD AND YOUNG ARE RESCUED BY J. D. C. WITH U. J. A. FUNDS J The Pidyon Haben of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Maseda will be held at 4 p. m. on Sunday at the home of the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Aboulafia. 726 N. W. 24th Street, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei directing the redemption ceremony. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, of 4700 N. W. 15th Court are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Betty Rebecca to Private (PFC) Robert R. Steinhouser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steinhouser, 1437 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Miss Smith attended schools in Toronto, Canada and is a member of the faculty of Beth Jacob Sunday School. Private Steinhouser received his schooling in New Jersey and is now stationed with the 3rd Army Air Force Band at Boca Raton Field, Florida. The wedding is scheduled for November 29, following which the couple will reside near Boca Raton. KEEP 'EM FLYING—By buying Defense Stamps and Bonds. The Normandy School RESIDENT AND DAY FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 1021 Biaritz Drive Miami Beach REGISTER NOW! PHONE 6-1061 LEO HUBERMAN Headmaster Mr. and Mrs. Gus Zosl nounce the birth of a son \T\ ard Norman, at VictoS H pital, October 10th. %  Rabbi S. M. Machtei office at the brith milah of the "n Mr. and Mrs. Gus Zoslo w L S. W. 17th Street, at VW hospital Monday. That sam ? ternoon, Rabbi Machtei Z.' formed the ritual circumcision of the son of Mr. and Mrs.'Natrl Rothberg, 1526 Michigan avenue" at Jac kson Me morial hospitaii —Buy War Savings BondsTHE LEAR SCHOOL BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL For Boys and Girls In Session Now 1010 West Avenue PHONE 5-0606 IDA R. LEAR Director TOWER THEATRE 8. W. 8th St. at 15th AIR-CONDITIONED Sat. Matinee Only, Oct 31 THE DEAD END KIDS IN "Let's Get Tough" • • • Starts Sat. Afternoon at 4:30 and Sun. Thru Wed. Oct 31 Nov. 4 "The Greatest Cast Ever Assembled." —Walter Winchell CHARLES BOYER RITA HAYWORTH GINGER ROGERS HENRY FONDA CHAS. LAUGHTON EDW. G. ROBINSON "ROCHESTER" and 44 others, in "Tales of Manhattan j Ej=?vft Recently two Portuguese ve-sscls reached Baltimore with 452 refugees from war-ridden Europe, bringing to a total of 7,300 the numher of victims of Hitlerism evacuated since Pearl Harbor to ihe Western Hemisphere and Palestine, through the aid of the Joint Distribution Committee, with funds raised T>y the Unitc'd* Jewish Appeal. The J.D.C., which buys up space on Portuguese whips for refugee transportation, is continuing to arrange sailings for refugees from Lisbon. The resources for this and other phases of its rescue program are provided through the nation-wide campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine, in which the JD.C. is represented together"with the United Palestine Appeal and National Refugee Service. 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LmAY. OCTOBER 30, 1942 ill OF JEWS Geneva (WNS)-The Italian .overnment will confiscate the homes and household possessions "[ Jews in Italy to compensate C n-Jewish victims of last week's Lw Royal Air Force raids on Genoa. Milan and other cities, it W as reported here. Announcement that the Italian Government would seize Jewishoccupied apartments to accommodate the thousands of "Aryan" Italians made homeless by the British air attacks was made in Rome by Under-Secretary of the Fascist Party Ravazeo. •Italy will emulate Germany in this respect," the Fascist Parly official told a press conference. Nazi Germany has for some time now handed over Jewish homes, possessions and clothing to "Aryans" who lost their homes as the result of the British bombing attacks. Investing in War Bonds today, means the purchasing of freedom for tomorrow. WANT MY MILK Ettab. 1924 And Be Sure Iff FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street *Jfwistfhridliair) I PAGE SEVEN **' W B Arran ges Overseas Worship | PUBLIC MEMORIAL SERVICE SUNDAY NIGHT AT ORLANDO On Sunday, November 1st at 7:30 p. m. Congregation Ohev Shalom in Orlando, will unveil a bronze, electric Memorial Tablet in honor of 17 year old Pearl Helen Haimowitz, who passed away suddenly' last year. In addition to the Haimowitz 'Memorial the congregation will honor all loved ones resting in Mt. Neboah Cemetery and those whose names are recorded in the Jacob Memorial Volum. Visitors are expected from Jacksonville, Leesburg. Clermont, Mt. Dora. Lake Worth, Winter Park, and other Central Florida communities. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will speak on the theme. "The Everlasting Memory" and Rev. Abraham Leshinsky will chant the El Moleh Rachamim prayer. WAR-TIME PROBLEMS WILL BE DISUSSED BY EXECUTIVES The National Jewish Welfare Hoard, in cooperation with the Army and Navy Departments, arranged High Holy Day worship for Jewish soldiers in the rouritry s armed forces at many overseas points including England, Australia, Trinidad, Panama, North Ireland, New Caledonia, Puerto Rico, Iceland, Hawaii, and Cuba. Shown above at Rosh Hashonah services at Hirkham Field, Hawaii, are Chaplains H. Cerf Straus, Navy ( left t and Army Chaplain Norman Segal, blowing the Shofar. Major General Charles Bonestcel, commander af American forces in Ireland, speaks to the Jewish men during High Holy Day services conducted at the Northern base by Chaplain Julius Leibert. Rabbi Philip Goodman (right), of the National Jewish Welfare Hoard, conducted services for Jewish men stationed at Bermuda. Rabbi Coodman also held Holy Day services aboard a refugee ship which put in at Bermuda during the High Holy Days. The Episcopal Iii-hop of Bermuda greeted the men during services. Cincinnati (WNS)—Giving special attention to the war-time problems of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and its 310 member congregations. the executive board of the Union will meet on Sunday, November 1st, at the Netherland Plaza Hotel in this city. More than twenty-five members of the Board from all over the country will convene for the sessions. The Union Board will discuss the question of Jewish Chaplains for the armed forces and how to provide Jewish leadership for congregations whose rabbis are on leave of absence for service in the forces. —Buy War Bonds Today— M. FRIEDMAN Practical Hebrew Teacher 820 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach Beginners to Talmud Individual Instruction The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. Suite 309 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry PILOT OBSERVES BIRTHDAY BY DOWNING 2 JAP PLANES Bayonne, N. J. (WNS)—The: family of Lt. Mortimer Marks of this city celebrated the 24th birthday of the young Jewish army pilot with considerable gusto following reports from Chunking that Lt. Marks had done some celebrating of his own by shooting down one and possibly two Japanese Zero planes during the Army Air Force raid on Hongi kong. Lt. Marks, who came up from the ranks in 1939, had previously been credited with bringing down a Japanese plane over Hanoi. : French Indo-China. HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN ,., r—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phone, MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for ORADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There It No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK ^&£i^isS^^^i£

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HUDAY OCTOBER 30. 1942 >Jenisti fhridiar PAGE FTVE With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area jEMPLE ISRAEL lit N. B. 19th Street Office Phone *-774 ^BBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. BA Rabbi Emeritua oiRHI CObMAN A. ZW1TMAN MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. MIAMI, FLORIDA 590 S. W. 17th Avenue CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 133 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone. 2-2176 l/OUIS HAYMAN, CANTOR 16 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-1473 „ Khi MUn win be In the TemiSmfmSS*. Tou may c.nsalt p h hwn on matter, concerning the Tlt,h immunity. r your peraonal gSgL, Yeu wlU be HJM i; ••fflSr hearing ana advice, ana. 36 Jefferson Avenue Phene 6-4781 or 5-4712 Miami Beach BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st Street MIAMI HEACH Phone 5-9793 8. M. MACHTBt, Rabbi 1450 S. W. 17th Terraoe. Miami Phone 2-3579 CONGREGATION SHAARAY TEFILA 440 Espanola Way Miami Beach Services of the Congregation Shaaray Tefila, temporarily located at 440 Espanola Way, are scheduled for Friday at 6:30 p. m. and Saturday at 9 a. m. and 6 Pm. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will speak on the subject, The Proper Friend," Shalosh S'udas will start at 6:15 p. m. and will be followed by Maariv services. Daily services are scheduled for 7 -30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. The Ein Ya-Akov group meets Sunday. Monday, and Tuesday at 6:4 5 p. m. and the Shulchon Oruch groups meet Wednesday and Thursday at 6:45 p. m. All are welcome. Buy Defense Bonds Today. Religious Services Schedule Daily at 8 a. m. and 6 p. m.: Kabbalos Shabbos at 6 p. m.; late services every Friday at 8 p. m.; Saturdays at 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.; Sundays at 8:30 a. m. Calendar of Activities Daily recreation center for service men with facilities for reading, writing, parlor games and ping pong. Tuesdays 8 to 11 p. m. entertaniment. dances, and refreshments for men in uniform. Young ladies willing to act as hostesss also welcome. Saturdays. Bible class under leadership of Morris Gershon at 5:30 p. m. Sabbath joy socials for service men and civilians with community songs and refreshments at 6:15 p. m. Sundays from 10 to 12 noon. Religious school for children from kindergarten to post confirmation classes. Friday. October 30th The services at 8 p. m. will be conducted by Cantor A. D. Wolf. Dr. Bension will speak on Sweet 127" Reception and refreshments in the social hall follow the services. The hostesses are Mrs. Sarah Berman, Miss Lillian Danziger, Mrs. Esther Levy and Mrs. Ben Marbach. Soldiers and civilians are welcome. Bingo Nights Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 4 at 7 30 p. m. and continuing throughout the season every Wednesday and Saturday mjht under the auspices of the Sister hood of the Miami Beach Jewih Center, bingo games will be held fn the social hall of the Center. Every effort will be made for the convenience and enjoyment of all who attend. There is no adm ssion fee and the general public is cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Freda Newman, president Junior Services The tenth consecutive Junior services will begin Saturday morning, November 7th at 10:30 o'clock. Sisterhood Calendar. November The Sisterhood will sponsor a card, bingo and mah jongg party Tuesday evening, November 3rd at 8 o'clock at the Beth David auditorium. Refreshments will be served and prizes awarded. Please come and bring your friends. Membership Tea Annual membership tea Wednesday afternoon, November 18 at 2:30 at Beth David Auditorium, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Norman Jacobs. Members and friends are cordially invited. Annual Food Sale Annual food sale all day Wednesday, November 25th. Booths at Dadc Kosher Market, and Snyder's Fruit Market. West Flaglcr. Mrs. Sam Dickson is chairman, with Mrs. Chas. Abbott co-chairman. Book Series A Sisterhood committee is arranging a series of book reviews to be given during the winter months by Rabbi Max Shapiro. The books to be selected for review will be among the following: "They Were Expendable." by W. W. White; "Victory Through Air-Power," by Major Alexander Seversky; "The Raft." by Trumbull: "The Seventh Cross," by Ann Seghers; "The Just and the Unjust," by James Gould Cozzens: "The Song of Bernadette," by Franz Werfeh The tickets of four reviews will be sold for one dollar. Details will be announced. The committee selected includes Mrs. Jack August. Mrs. Isadore Fine and Mrs. Sidney Rauzin. 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. Congregational The election of officers which took place Thursday will be announced next week. Definite plans for the Talmud Torah will be announced with regards to the new proposed plan of the Associated Talmud Torah system. Sunday School classes are in regular sessions, metrting each Sunday morning at the synagogue. Registrations are being accepted for new pupils each Sunday. Sisterhood At the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary, held last Wednesday, a nominating committee was appointed consisting of Mrs Max Kupferstein, Mrs. Max Mintzcr and Mrs. P. Sokaloff. Their report will be brought in at the next regular meeting, Nov. 11. Sunday evening, Nov. 8, at the home of Mrs. Wm. Clein. 1860 S. W. 4th St., a card party will be held. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Louis Kotkin and Mrs. Wm. Clein. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 611 Lennox Ave., Phone 5-7133 of the Sisterhood has returned from an extended visit to Atlantic City. We are also glad to welcome home Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin. Mr. Rubin is chairman of the Center house committee and a member of the board of directors. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 n,.i rare for chronic sick, conva* IsSSlot and elderly people $25 WEEKLY UP -Baa* Large Beautiful Ground— m Daily Synagogue Services Shachriss 8 a. m.; Mincha 6:15 p. m.; Maariv 7:15 p. m. Sabbath Shachriss 9 a. m.; Junior congregation 9 a. m.; Mincha 6:15 p. m.; Shalosh S'oodoss 6:30 p. m.; Maariv 7:15 p. m. Sermon Rabbi Mescheloff will preach this Saturday on "Vision or Reality." He will also speak at Shalosh S'oodoss. Cantor Mamches will chant the-services. Religious School Sunday sessions 10 a. m. to noon; faculty meeting noon to 12:30 p. m. Sundays; daily sessions 4 to 7 p. m.; school Sabbath service Saturday 9 a. m. Service Men's Club Open house and refreshments daily from 7 to 11 p. m. Kosher sandwiches Sundays 3 to 11 p. m. Friday night service by Chaplain Camillus Angel at 8 p. m. Service Men's Wives Club daily from 1 to 3 p. m. Sisterhood Meeting The Sisterhood will meet Monday, November 2 at 2 p. m. A musical program has been arranged. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Declaration Day." Junior Congregation A. Loskove with the assistance of S. Grundwerg direct the Junior services conducted in the community building at 9 a. m. Saturday. Bernard Milstein will deliver this week's sermonette. All children are welcome. 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. Sabbath Services Kabbolos Shabbos at 6:15 p. m.; Sabbath eve services at 8:15 p. m.; Rabbi S. %  M. Machtei will preach on "Is Hitler a Bible Student?" Sabbath morning service at 9 o'clock tomorrow; sermon, "Sara Laughed." Se'udah Shlishith following Mincha at 5:30 p. m. tomorrow. Hospitality Mrs. Sarah Vosberg and Mrs. Fay Schaefer will be hostesses at the social hour which follows the service tonight at 8:15. Mr. and Mrs. B. Appel will be hosts a the Se'udah Shlishis after the 5:30 p. m. service tomorrow. Beth Sholom Sisterhood will be hosts at the "Open House" at the Center on Sunday night at eight. Religious School Sunday school classes convene at 10 a. m. on Sunday. The teaching staff is Miss Phyllis Kohn, Mrs. David Newman, and Frederick Miller. In Mrs. Newman's absence last Sunday, Miss Naomi Machtei taught her class. One more teacher is needed for Sunday school. Volunteers please notify Rabbi Machtei. The Talmud Torah classes begin at 3:45 p. m. Adult Classes The first of a series of adult classes in Jewish Science will be held at 11 a. m. on Sunday. Rabbi Machtei's lesson will be "Jewish Science Fundamentals." This instruction will help the students to apply the teachings of Judaism and Divine Law in their daily problems. Those in need of Divine aid are invited. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM Services will be held at the Congregation, 535 N.W. 5th Ave.. Friday evening at 6:15. Saturday morning Rabbi H. M. Kagan will speak on the portion of the week with services starting at 8:30 a. m., with evening prayers at 6:00. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Aveaue Ft. Lauderdale, Florida RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON Telephone 1411 705 S. E. 9th Street Sabbath services Friday at 8 p. m. Religious School Sunday at 10:30 A. M. Sisterhood meeting Mo iday at 8 p. m. Sewing for the Red Crc s, British War Relief Society, a d Bundles for America, Tuesd y from 12:30 to 5 p. m. A special welcome Is extended by Temple Emanu-El to all service men stationed from Hollywood to Boca Raton. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. 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^Jems/i FloridIan c Ma,A /vc Tiie JtewBstii HJinulty Pf MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS IS OF 0P1 FOR Stooping from one important nost to another was Mark Max ritime resident, communal worker, and active civic leader, W ith the announcement this wee k of his selection as head of the Office of Price Administration for this area. With offices in the Seybold Building. Mr. Max will step into his new role after completing a gigantic task of organizing the Ration Board, volunteering to serve as its chairman. He was head of this governmental bureau which started with the rationing of tires and expanded into the many items now under supervision and rationing. A long time resident, Mr. Max headed and directed one of Miami's largest department stores, The Mark Store, now Richards. Since settling here, he has affiliated himself with numerous organizations. He headed variIEWISH STATE PARTY ASKS NATIONS STATUS AS ALLY London (WNS)—A resolution ] appealing to the United Nations to recognize the Jewish people as an active ally with appropriate status in the allied war of fort was adopted at a meeting here of the Jewish State Party. Another resolution called for the establishment of a Jewish State and a Jewish army in Palestine. The Jewish Agency for Paletine was asked to reorganize its executive committee. DANISH JEWS PRAY FOR SPEEDY RECOVERY OF KING OF Dili B'RITH POLES ASK U.S. 10 EXPULSIONS London ,WNS) — The Polish Government-in-exile has officially called upon the United States Government to intervene with Vichy against the continued arrests and deportations of Polish citizens, most of them Jews, from France to Nazi-occupied eastern Europe, it was reported this week. The Polish appeal was directed to the United States since the American Government continues to maintain diplomatic relations with the Laval regime in Vichy. The appeal said that thousands of Polish Jews who had sought asylum in France had been ruthlessly deported to slave labor camps in Nazi territories. Defense Bonds are your surety for freedomWashington (WNS)—Nine of the outstanding Jewish educators in the United States have accepted membership on a national advisory committee on education to assist in shaping the national policies of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations and Counselorships and the Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith youth organization, Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith. announced this week in making public the names of the committee members, who have accepted his invitation to serve. They are: Dr. Leo L. Honor, executive director of the Board of Jewish Education of Chicago; Dr. Alexander M. Dushkin. executive director of the Jewish Education Committee of NewYork; Dr. Emanucl Gamoran, educational director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Ben Rosen, director of the Associated Talmud Torahs of Philadelphia; Israel S. Chipkin. associate director of the Jewish Education Committee of New York; Rabbi Samuel M. Blumenfield. director of the College of Jewish Studies of Chicago: Dr. Philip L. Seman. director of the Jewish People's Institute of Chicago; Dr. Louis L. Kaplan, director of the Board of Jewish Education of Baltimore; and Dr. Ben M. Edidin of the Jewish Education Committee of New York. Stockholm ( WNS ) — Special services were held in the synagogues throughout Denmark as the Danish Jews raised their voices in prayer for the speedy recovery of King Christian, who was seriously injured when thrown from his horse. Jewish leaders in Copenhagen called for special services when the gravity of the King's condition became known. Only recently the Copenhagen Jewish community presented a gold "mogen david' to King Christion on occasion of his birthday. BEST FRIENDS OF JEWS New York (WNS)—The Catho.ic and Protestant churches of France and Germany are strongly anti-Nazi and are the best friends of the Jews, Dr. Samuel McCrea Cavert. general secretary of the Federal Council of Churches in America reported upon his arrival here from Europe this week aboard the Pan American clipper. Dr. Cavert, who spent six weeks in unoccupied France. Switzerland, Spain and Portugal in the interests of refugees and war prisoners, told reporters that "the church in France had found its soul again in bravely standing up for Jews in the name of Christian compassion." EINSTEIN URGES JEWS OF AMERICA SUPPORT RELIEF New York (WNS)—Prof. Albert Einstein urged Americ.-n Jews this week to give their full support to Russian War Relief in a special message to a testimonial dinner given in his honor by the Jewish Council of Russian War Relief. Unable to attend the dinner because of his health, Dr. Einstein telephoned his message from his home in Princeton, N.J. Prof. Einstein told the 2.OO0 assembled representatives of Jewish fraternal and benevolent organizations that "as friends of human progress, as Americans, and not least as Jews, we have the very strongest reasons for giving our utmost to the struggle of the Russian people for freedom." "Without Russia, the German bloodhounds would have reached their goal, or even today would still reach it," the world-famous scientist said. "So it is merely a dictate of self-preservation that we shall do for Russia all our uttermost efforts can do." He stated that Jews should remember that "in Russia there is not only a formal but an actual equality of nationalities and cultural groups of every sort." London—Thousands of Jews in the East End section of London, lined the streets to Cheer Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt when she drove through the district here. SSniE rBALrouB BECKON ro. 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^mA Y. OCTOBER 30. 1942 +JewisMcridiairi PAGE THREE MARCHING MEN THE~HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI j •w jg&jsss? J&JS!sr& %  "••. men s .. w published ,. nubile relations co— 9 H82ur Miami Army and Navy 9* r ',V of the National Jewish CT Hoard The committee InW 1,ar wuitani I. Boxerman. chairllfSl Bron.tun, SYed K. C h e and Paul Weltxman. „ ..ihmions to thla column are S parMcularly In the form of •eleoniM. P from 0rea er |gS MTSSSS In th. service.) Thumbnail Sketches Bernard Turk has been accepted for train as an aviation cadet |n the U. S. Army He entered the air force enlisted reserve at Mitchel Field Irving J. Klein is among a group of men recently enlisted for duty on the U. S. S. Lexington Men accepted for service aboard this ship will be known as Lexington Volunteers and will receive certificates enabling them to be placed on the newly-commissioned carrier after their training. Add to the roll of honor of recent enlistments in the army, the following: Solomon D. Horowiti. Charles Rosenberg. George L. Goldman. Moses Dantxig. Nathan Green. Mitchell Goldman And to the navy: Max Kanter, Nathan Morris. Clement Hammond, Morton Littman. Meyer Segal. (Ft. Lauderdale) and Ben Mazur (Hollywood). Robert Weiskopfformerly a landscaper, now is an aviation cadet at the army's pre-flight school in Monroe, La. Lieut. Jack Falk serves in the eye clinic at Camp Rucker, Ala. Sam Stone burns the midnight oil in the navy school at Norfolk. Bernie J. Serkin and Donald A. Solomon have been teamed together for the second phase of their training from the classification center at Nashville Both have been sent to Maxwell Field, Ala., to receive nine weeks flight training at one of the schools in the southeast. Seymour C. Glasser has been FATE OP REFUGEE FRENCH CHILDREN there. It describes the High Holy Day services in which Corp. Rubin participated as Cantor: "From many mountain fastnesses,, from isolated beach positions, from innumerable uncharted places on the island, a veritable multitude of Jewish soldiers wended their way to a centrally located chapel where Chaplain Harry R. Richmond was to officate at Yom Kippur services. "For many it would be the first time they had attended this sacred service away from home; for others it would be the first time that they had ever attended but did so merely to show a cerain rabble rouser that civilization and especially the Four Freedoms are compatible with a fighting democracy. "Cantor Rubin, a corporal in the air corps, ably assisted by a service men's choir, began Sunday evening's service by chanting the soul-inspiring Kol Nidrei The religious ritual continued and was completed just one minute before blackout time The chaplain had not as yet delivered his sermon, so he asked the congregation to remain seated after the lights had been extinguished so that he might speak to them on this Holy Day. "Quiet reigned in the darkened chapel as the chaplain delivered his address Planes zooming overhead returning from never ending patrols over the far reaches of the Pacific added reality to services already replete in atonement and thanksgiving The text of the serman was unimportant at that time because everyone was busy with his own thoughts Officers and men wept unashamedly—not because of the sins for which they were atoning, but because of someTHE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ graduated from the radio school I thing that they had taken for at Scott Field. 111. ... He will' granted was now being really aptake his place among the army's predated That something communications experts Secthat is denied the subjected peoond Lieutenant Bernard Schaefpies of Europe and Asia—freefer serves in the quartermaster; dom of religion, corps at the Columbia, S. C. air j "Here was that concept in its base Prior to his present asi most beautiful form. The men signment he had received spewere relieved of military duty to cialized training at Camp Lee, a ttend religious services in a Va., in the quartermaster officer c hapel that abounded in crucischool ... Dr. Harold M. Syrop fixes an d 0 ther accoutrements of is stationed at Shreveport, La., | a n religions except that of Juas a first lieutenant with the arj daism Many offered a silent my air corps. i prayer, 'Thanks, God for AmerCarl Sokolow has been promotj ca • ed to acting flight sergeant at the I "This was probably the only Lincoln. Neb. air base after being rj a y 0 f Atonement service ever transferred from Keesler Field. I held voluntarily in a complete And Robert L. Siegel, who also blackout. was at Keesler Field, has been I T t did happen in Hawaii but sent to the army officer candi-1 it can 't happen in Germany date school on the Beach. Thank God for America Corp. Simon Rubin of the U. S, Army Air Corps, now stationed somewhere in Hawaii, but formerly of Miami Beach, sends the following clipping from a Berne (WNS)—The fate of 1.000 refugee children, whose parents have been deported from France to Nazi-occupied eastern Europe, remained uncertain this week as conflicting reports from Vichy and Berlin gave rise to fears that the children may not be permitted to leave France for the United States. The Laval Government in Vichy announced early this week that 1,000 exit visas would be issued to allow the child refugees, many of them Jewish, to emigrate to the United States, where private welfare organizations have undertaken to provide for their needs for the duration of the war. The announcement that the young refugees—all under 18 years of age—would be permitted to enter the United States was confirmed in Washington by Under-Secretary of State Sumner Welles. Shortly after the French Govenment expessed its willingness to permit the children to leave, however, the Nazi Transocean News Agency reported from Berlin that "Vichy may not allow these children to leave unless inimical propaganda against France and Germany ceases in America." The Nazi indication that the homeless refugee children may be used as a political pawn came as a blow to relief officials here since it was assumed that the agreement to remove the children to asylum in the United States would be consummated without any further complications. It was hoped that the Nazi news report was incorrect and that Vichy would stand by its agreement. Meanwhile, it was learned that many Jewish refugees, who possessed American immigration visas, were among the thousands of Jews recently deported from France as slave laborers to Nazi territories. These Jews had been denied exit visas, without which one cannot leave France, by the Vichy authorities. Miami Service League Sponsors Hallowe'en Party An old fashioned Hallowe'en party with all the trimmings will the sponsorship of the Y.W.H.A on Sunday evening, November 8. Ladies are requested to prepare packages and they will be sold PALMER I .moral Thapel 2001 w. FLAGLM 1 r "fSSHS" 9-2664 be held at the "Y" on Saturday to the highest bidder. The pernight, October 31. under the son buying the package witl eat sponsorship of the Miami Service wtih the lady who prepared the League. The Victory Belles will! package. In addition, there will be special guests of the League, be a bingo game after the supThis dance is for service men only. The feature will be a pie eating contest, treasure hunt and games appropriate for the occasion. The Victory Belles have been issued special invitations. The special program committee for this affair is as follows: Mrs. Morris Rosenberg, Mrs. Lee Shapiro, Mrs. Dorothy Kaplan, Mrs. Sari Furman and Mrs. John Temple. Junior Activities in Full Swing Last Monday was registration day for classes for Junior Activities. Maurice Grossman, executive director, reports that many children have registered for dancing and arts and crafts classes. The first sessions have begun on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock and regular sessions will be held thereafter on Mondays and Thursdays from 4 to 6. Dancing lessons, including tap and ballet, are under the direction of Miss Dorothy Lightman. Dramatics is taught every Tuesday at 4 o'clock. All boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 14 are eligible. Parents' membership in the "Y" is essential. "Y" To Sponsor Film Festival A series of better films, including educational, war films, musical comedies, cartoons and the like, will be shown at the Y the coming season. Through the per. Mrs. Anne Chester heads this committee and is assisted by Mrs. Bernard Sterling, Mrs. Minnie Levine, Mrs. Shirley Zwicker and Mrs. Milton Friedman, and Mrs. Louis Kotkin. More details next week. "Y" Day November 18 Reserve November 18 for "Y" Day. The Mesdames Berger and Rosen are chairmen. Keep this date open. More details next week. Nutrition Classes Through the courtesy of the Dade County Defense Council, a nutrition class will be held every Thursday evening at 7:30 at the Y. First session was held last Thursday evening. Anyone interested, please leave your name at the office. Bowling News Last Thursday night the Y Bowling League held a semi-annual banquet to celebrate the conclusion of a very successful season. Prizes were awarded to the champion team led by Abe Berkowitz. Other members of the team were: Nat Blumberg. Larry Grossberg, Jules Wilson, Sam Badanes, and Joseph J. Berman. Marty Milstein was awarded the prize for individual high score. The prizes awarded were defense stamps. The new league will start shortgenerosity of Nathan Rothberg., ly. Anyone interested in joining J. W. B.-U. S. O. worker with I please leave your name at the Y offices in the Y. the use of a 16 office. mm talking machine has been made available to the Y. BeginOur genial ambassador, Al Pallot, has just returned from WashBuy War Stamps and Bend* NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need HEADACHE BIG UTTLE THING LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THK CKI.'NTY JUDGE'S COI'Rl IX AND JA)|t DADK COUNTY. n.oiunA.—in Probate, No. 13337 1,1 !!>• KSTATK OF RUSSBLL < • 8HOEMAKKR, Deceased. I All Creditors and All Persona Hav'!>K Claims or Demands Against Jiiid Ksute: Y "U. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any • %  wiins and demand* which you, or • %  liner of you, may have against the Kussell c. Shoemaker, Dell IT "ased %  ** R SILVER. Attorney for Ancillary Adminisi 'ator. ii.T'L"' Publication on 23rd day of i,£ b r ,s 2. 1023-3O-11/6-13 BEFORE YOU BUY see • EON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Became Biggest But—Biggest Because Beit R W. 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Your money back if you are not satisfied. ning November 11 and at regular ington and brought with him intervals thereafter, 16mm talkie I $6.00 for dues from Lew Safan films will be shown. The first; who is presently in business in of such films, as above stated,, the capitol city. Lew still thinks will be shown on November 11 l of the Y and his loyalty is eviat a Stag Meeting of the Senior' denced by his payment of dues. Division of the men's group of, This is a great inspiration for the Y The feature film will be other members to follow. "52nd Street." a musical comedy "Y" Calendar for November of ten years ago. In addition | 1, Sigma Rho dance; 2 organithere will be a sports film en-ization of Current Events group; titled "Monarchs of the Ring." 4. special meeting board of d.fcaturing champion prize fight.' rectors, Y.M.H.A, and meeting of ers a Singing Sam comedy and a! board of directors of Y.W.H.A.. cartoon 5, air raid wardens meeting: every Mr Grossman announces thej Sunday morning. A K. Softball purpose of these films is to make League Riverside Field; every The general public acquainted: Monday night, meeting Miami with the wonderful opportunities Service League; meeting Girl the Y offers for members and Scouts; every Tuesday, night. A. friends. Admission until the first Z. A. and B. Z B. meeting; every of the year will be free. Thursday night, 7 octockja. On November 25 the films tntion class; meeting Boy Scouts, shown will be "The Dream of My drill of air raid wardens; every People." featuring the late CanMonday and Thursday afternoon Tor Joseph Rosenblatt. 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PAGE EIGHT vJewlstontrkUan FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William L Boxerman The view* expressed by Mr. Boxerman are his own and do not necessarily represent the opinion of The Jewish Florldlan. He Who Tars He who tars my neighbor also besmirches me. For there is a basic interdependence among all members of mankind. Ernest Hemmingway stressed this theme well when he chose the now famous quotation from Donne for his "For Whom the Bells Toll." We are all part of mankind and what affects one affects the other equally. These simple thoughts are introductory to a statement of our gratification at the action taken recently by the HaldemanJulius Publicaions or Girard, Kansas, publishers of the Little Blue Books. For a long time, this concern, whose head happens to have been born of Jewish parents, has been printing and circulating pocketsize books of an anti-Catholic character. Some of the literature circulated here in Florida, presumably was written by a renegade Catholic who had left the church and divested himself of his priestly garb. From the Same Presses We well recall the heyday of the Klan in our own community in Illinois. The burning of fiery crosses there went hand in hand with the printing of anti-Catholic tracts from the very same presses which rolled off anti-Jewish diatribes. A certain printing plant now run by the widow of the man who printed the stuff continued as recently as a year ago to peddle not only the products of her own press but the material of Haldeman-Julius. No Boundaries So we are happy now that through the efforts of the National Conference of Christians and Jews (of which the Miami Round Table is an affiliate) Mr. REAL ESTATE HOMES. MIAMI BEACH HERE IS VALUE!! $9,975 TERMS NEAR 41st Street shopping and schools, two story residence and guest house on lot 65x150. FIRST FLOOR, spacious living room, dining room, master bedroom and tiled bath, large screened porch, facing S. E., kitchen and service porch. SECOND FLOOR, three master bedrooms, cross-ventilation, 2 tiled baths, screened sleeping porch. GUEST HOUSE, separate building in rear, consists of 3-car garage and above is a complete apartment comprising a living room, bedroom and bath. k;tchen and spacious sun deck, canvas screen. CONSTRUCTION cost originally 125.000. House is not new. but has recently been completely renovated throughout, painted inside and out, new awninqs, refurnished and equipped with new linens, silverware, china, etc., at a cost of $2 800. CASH REQUIRED. $3,565, balance F.H.A. mortgage. This is truly an outstanding buy. Buy War Bonds for Peace Buy a Home for Happiness B. E. BRONSTON REALTOR ••TRUSTWORTHY SERVICE" 605 Lincoln Road, Ph. 1-5868 Julius has agreed to discontinue a current series called "The Black International," and to stop a projected series by Bertrand Russell directed against the Catholic Church. We say again that what affects the Catholic affects the Jew, yea also the Protestant as well. Hate knows no boundaries. Liberty of press has never meant license of press. Of late Uncle Sam seems to have taught this lesson to quite a number of printers of seditious propaganda. Fingertip Information Getting a commission in the army or navy is the hope of many Americans who feel they have special qualifications. Ofttimes, a man fails to achieve his goal simply because he lacks the basic information. To satisfy a longfelt need, Bernard Galkin has compiled a book entitled "How to Get a Rating or a Commission," which tells how your present job or training can lead to a commission or to a specialist's rating in the Army or the Navy. The book, published by Greenberg (New York) is a good investment at one dollar. The compiler has abstracted the pertinent data on the various branches of the service as furnished to him by official sources. Anyone who is interested can tell in a few minutes for what position he had best apply. The job list at the back of the book is especially valuable. There's nothing like having the facts at your fingertips when you go to make a decision so important as that of entering the armed forces. Unsere Menschen Have you noticed the abundance of talent available among the Jewish service men on the Beach? The boys have not been stingy, either, about giving time and effort to organizations in the general community. Last week, for instance, several members of the army air corps gave a program before a civic group. Of six artists who performed, six were unsere menschen, including a vocalist, a violinist, and a pianist. And at a church whose pastor as been noted for is past antipaty to our people, the social hour now features quite regularly several Jewish men in uniform with dramatic and musical talent. Perhas this will convince him that Jews are quite human and not such bad fellows after all. Here's hoping, anyhow. Gut Shabbos! STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere) by PHINEAS J. BIRON FRIDAY, OCTOBERj n lt| Made From Fresh Oranges ADVERTISEMENT KENHOLZ KOSHER MEAT PRODUCTS Incorporated 1043 Washington Avenue Miami Beach PHONE 5-3992 Is -Under the personal supervision of Rabbil Joseph E. Rackovsky a member of Union of Orthodox Rabbis ol America and the Histadruth Harabonim Any Jew desiring Kosher Meat may with clear conscience buy of KENHOLZ. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) zine to Arnold Reuben, the well known restaurateur, at a testimonial dinner at the WaldorfAstoria last week ... It was a plaque, givn to Reuben in recognition of his untiring efforts in behalf of many humanitarian causes irrespective of race or creed When tendered the plaque, Reuben said: "After having fed millions of people in the course of my life, I feel it's only fair that at last somebody is giving me a dinner" M-G-M's Al Lichlman is slated to do an imortant morale job for the army He's to set up a distribution system that will assure American soldiers the world over of an opportunity to see special films the Government is making for them Dave Lax, one of our bestknown painters, now private in the Army, is weil on the way to becoming America's outstanding military painter ... A few canvases he has made at Camp Upton have created so deep an impression on his commanding officers that they are preparing to open a Lax military exhibition Actor John Garfield, who's planning to enlist before long, has done his Chanukah shopping early and very simply —by purchasing a War Bond for everybody on his list An excellent example for you and you and you to follow And if your budget doesn't run to bonds for all your relatives and friends, you can give them a few of the colorful War Stamps instead. WEEKLY GIGGLE In England, which celebrated the second anniversary of the 1940 blitz last month, they've been retelling the story of the baby shark that, shortly after the unsuccessful Nazi invasion attempt, asked its mama what they were having for dinner that night "Germans," replied the mama shark And the baby groaned: "What, again?" B'nai B'rith 4*" Note, By Paul Weitsman WluUljouRtufWiiU WAR BONDS Hitler found out that his high powered mechanized and motorized army bogged down in the snow and mud of the Russian Winter. Although our Army is largely mechanized the cavalry horse is still a I highly essential factor in this mounted division and in the Field Artillery. The Army also maintains remount farms where many cavalry horses are bred and raised. Last week we innocently overheard a portion of a conversation which for a time had us going, but turned out all right. Perhaps you'd like to hear what we heard. We came into the chambers of one of the judges, at the courthouse, just in time to hear a sentence which ended with "... the Jews get the best help." (Referring to employees.) We had a right to be where we were. The conversation was informal and prior to beginning of official court business. We had just taken a seat when the trend of the conversation, as reflected by the quoted portion of the sentence, touched a sensitive part of our consciousness. We did not know what went before, but experience—bitter experience—has taught us that when "Jews" are bruited about, the object is generally to say something less than complimentary about them. In the half minute before the conversation continued — and it seemed like a year—we could feel the red creeping up about our ears and we were wishing we had Bill Boxerman by the hand. This should be his department, we felt. But come what may. we were in the midst of it. "I'm not a Jew," the lawyer who had previously spoken, continued, "but I want to say this for the Jews, when it comes to charity the Jews go all the way down the line. Salvation Army : : : And then the conversation trailed. With what mixed feelings of relief and pride we heard the end of the conversation we leave to your own conjecture. And just to make sure you really go "all the way down the line" your attention is respectfully directed to the fact that members of Sholem Lodge have ignobly responded to the appeal for funds to the B'nai B'rith War Service Fund. One dollar per capita is our quota and to date Sholem Lodge has received a total of $129 from a paid-up membership of about 750. And more than half of this sum was raised at one meeting. Is B'nai B'rith to curtail its War activities? Are many Home Front projects to be abandoned? Is the paucity of response due to inability to comply with the appeal or studied and deliberate attempt to avoid the duty and obligation of supporting the organization's project? Let it not be said that we had been found wanting: Send in your dollar to the War Service Fund—never will 100 pennies of your dollar do better service. Barrel of Keys A barrel is the goal set. but next time we're on the Beach we'll get a sand,pail with whkhl children play. That will be mor / than enough to hold the kev collected without any danger of spilling over the side. Keys weri important enough for Bing Cros by to make the appeal for their collection over the radio! The A.Z.A.'s are willing to go to your home to pick them up. Was there ever such a fuss made about a few keys? And everyone has keys that will never again be used. But it is easier to pun teeth than pry a few keys from individuals. Why? You tell us! Nomination of Officers You can tell when the end of the year is around the comer Next meeting of Sholem Lodge November 10th, will be the time to nominate men for office to serve the organization and community during 1943. Louis Heiman, acting president, has appointed a nominating committee to make recommendations to the Lodge. Every member has the right to make nominations from the floor of the Lodge. But give the matter some thought and come prepared to suggest men for office who will help build the organization. Elections come in December. Blood Donors On October 24, 1942, nine men went in a group to the Dade County Blood Bank at Jackson Memorial Hospital and left a pint of blood each. These men are: Ike Levin, Carl Weinkle. Leo Chaikin, Maurice Cromer, Henry Bulbin, Edward Klein, Aaron Edelman, Max Silver and Louis Heiman. The blood plasma stock of the Blood Bank has thus been increased by nine pints. These men deserve the commendation of their confreres even although they did not seek it. This has not been the first donation by some of these men. On Sunday morning, October 31st, 1942, between 9 and 11:30 o'clock another group from Sholem Lodge is due to go again. Call the B'nai B'rith office, 3-6391, and place your name on the list to go with that group— or for another group if you cannot make it this coming Sunday. Forty-Five Stars Two doctors from our community—from Sholem Lodge—have entered the service. On October 18th Dr. Max Pepper became Lieutenant Senior Grade and is with the Naval Medical Corps at U. S. Naval Hospital, Jacksonville. On October 31st, Dr. Harold Rand retires from private practice to become Captain Rand in the Army Air Force Medical Corps. And last, but not least, William Wilkins, brings to 45 the stars on the Service Flag of Sholem Lodge. Buck private he may be, but he has plenty of company. —Buy War Bonds Today— These select horses cost from $100 to $185 and our crack cavalrymen are expert riders and carry on the traditions which have followed the cavalry from the earliest days of the Army. Purchase of War Savings Bonds will Insure good mounts for the Cavalry. You and your neighbors buying War Bonds and Stamps regularly every pay day can help buy these horses for the U. S. Cavalry. Invest at least 10 percent *f your income in War Bonds. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and | Insure Your Tomorrow. 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