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The Jewish Floridian ( September 22, 1939 )

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wJewish Floiridi& in i% COMBMNG rtie Jewish Unity /* VOL. 12.—NO. 37. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939 PRICE 10 CENTS V. Federation Polish NAZI MAY Jews Confer RE LAX MEASURES The Gates o£ Praye r 590 Immigrants Enter Palestine Jews Flee Polish War Zones ( fj .. Daelijrt Allemanda of Stock-1 ment. It 1 STl r ,r WnrlH F.HP %  h0,m PUbU hed "" Mu *"' "H *• ** of penitence when even /P I L „,Hi > Gern,a "• %  • %  wh ^ the most arrogant is bent by hunT ;, ,ril K i t hat ,ar e numbers of Jews had miHty to the confession that he Third Biennial I onrerence. boen pleased from concentration has sinncd wh th most stiff The conference has beer, caed to work at tagkh of „,„. supp i icates: to discuss the problems of Polish ^ necMsity The German was Jews throughout the world, pard ag sa th>t eafM wefe ticularly the critical s.tuation fac |removinK antiJewish son(JS and in* the three million Jews ^ — rf „_ wnoi is the culmination of. an( j eluded 41 "Capitalists." 199 stunere sa j d that every train, raildents, 89 laborers, and 2G1 depenroa d station, bridge and automodents on residents of Palestine. D jj e j n the area was an actual From January to July, there or potential target of the aerial I were 8,949 immigrants. 5.1091 invaders. At least 100.000 Polees, "O my God. while yet I was tu r s ts and 5.068. returning res-, m08t 0 f t hem on foot, were fleeunformed I was not worthy, and idents !" hile } **_ _J !"!" igran £ in Poland^ war-swept zines tonow I have been formed. I am as Poland at the present time. | ordering a cessation of agitation; ^ hou h r r had not^been formedUrging his hearers to remain aga j nst wealthy Jews abroad. neutral in their activities in the United States, despite their sympathies for Poland, Count Potocki Birkhead Tries To expreshed contempt for Germany's acceptance of the aid of Soviet Rushia in the occupation of Poland. He emphasized that Polish Jews here, as American New York. (WNS)— The Thee, purge them away in Thine Stop Coughlin across the land' frontiers. The war ds the Rumanian and Russian authorities permitted 1,716 tourists to remain in the country. Dust am I in my life; yea. even more so in my death. Behold me before Thee like a vessel filled { I nvasion Thwarts with shame and confusion. O may it be Thy will, O Lord my God and God of my fathers, that I may sin no more, and as to the sins I have borders. Anticipating an influx of tens of thousands of Polish refugees Rumania took steps to regulate TWT _• A—.4.: C5 n ~.:4-:^m their entrv by establishing conNazi Anti-Semitism S( ntratioI / camps for refugees at Polish Jews here, as American New York. (WNS)—Th e | Thee, purge them away in lhine, ] pas(?d a declaration citizens, must follow the leaderFriends of Democracy, through' abundant mercy and not by means I M jn part „ Thc ship of the United States. "You I, Birkhead. national director, of affliction and sore diseases. | ernment was itself may be called upon to relieve the this week submitted a memoranPhllo. the Jewish philosopher of ( hara( tt r because f .'. a._tti.:_ J .„.%  • !. _* _u_„ !" \li.\-:ntdt-i:i in the first centurv. .... ii nreM\ TV.„ nnJ H tin and Soroca. in Besharabia j >*• % %  <-'-" —New York ,\\SM—The Daily • ore, and as to W X. organ of the Communist near the front.er. A majority of sinned before f e Unite( States> rc the Polish refugees are saidIt be ••-w.i~ j cws whom Rumania is reluctant here which .. .. .. ,;,.„,; to admit becausee of the likelifascist "in h 011 ,hat few ever d *? ort N character, because for years it other dountry southeasteern suffering of your families in dum. containing a series of charg1 Alexandria in the first century. Ppland and to rebuild their dees against Rev. Charles E. Coughtells us that on Yon, Kippur even, %  % %  .i %  %  % 4 %  • i i i • .:_....J ciii-h .Tovvc !K wo' Europe is willing to admit themhas been involved in all plats tor vastated homes." the Polish Amlin based upon "hl7 "continuedI such Jews as were careless of be au ^ e S ^? until a few months "J"^"^ J" ^SJSJ"'?^ bassador said. "To that appeal, abuse of the airways, to the Fed'-heir religious observances thru^ |n c osest com all of then are orthodox. Large oral Communications Commia-I out the year, were moved to piety. • d most generously." -ion. the National Association of His testimony reads like a de '.l-.-li .'-1 ."HIM • •' .• %  •• %  —I'I when it comes. I hope you will • : most generously" -,,.... .... -.. — Del gates to the conference inBroadcasters and to individual scription of every country. radio stations throughout the We read in the Bible, "In the United States and Canada. sevnth month, on the tenth day The memorandum registers its of the month, ye shall afflict munion with the Nazii government ^^ |B m] dm ,^ th „ and participated mtfci it in th< M h Thousands red.memberment of Czechoslova^^ ^^.^ Ru kia: because it followed the Nazi mania has about 1.000.000 Jeews, mania nas arami i.uw.>"" •• %  policv of persecution of the .lews .. • „ ., ,„ ,., who make up five per dent of tn "Rn.'h n covernment. the decla. .... i. elude -hose from PalestineArgentina. Brazil. Chile. UruguayParaguay. Bolivia. Cuba. Mexico. Th( memo randum registers itot tnc monin. ye snu "> Su ,. h a government.tne aecia'Efforts have been I The representatives from ,„,,.,... against the Rev. Coughyour souls, and shall do Bo man,., ni( n tatod couW not defend ^j for more tnall a year to inEuropi were unable to come ow war conditions. use of the nation's airways ner of work, the home-bom or for the purpose of inciting to riot the stranger that sojourneth 7. Tygel executive director and civil war. and stirring up ••>n"" l e' y"For on thls da >' ,BBU enn had claimed in a front-page f the Federation of Polish Jews racial prejudice and hatred among atonement be made for you. __..i %  _. elennse: from all vour Sins Poland.' Previously, the Communist ormad for more than a year to induce at least part of them to leave the countrycleanse: from all your -ins before the Lord shall ye be clean. It is Americaemphasized the need th; American people, f organizing an immediate acxiie document in its sum-, f J -* th > "ft -* glares that "Father ^"Jttg^ ^ ££w ing! f the stricken peoeple in Coughlin has proved himself to He said that Jews have |, ( an enem y 0 f democracy, a editorial that SSoviet Russia's invasion of Poland bad saved more than a million Jewfrom Nazi anti-Semitism. reads) unto you. and ye shall afJewisfa Sections of Polish Towns Made Nazi Warplane Objectives Paris (WNS) — According to "MOM than million Jews living reports reaching newspapers here western Ukraine and western f roltl correspondents in war zones are now beyond the on j^e eastern front most of the Pdlai I He said that Jews nave |, ( an enem y 0 f democracy, a ouls \nd this shall in western Ik not lost their faith in their abildisciple of Fascism, an advocate • Vl .,-. l < l i n i r gtatnlte unto Byelorussia a.. ...-•• %  • | un uw enowrm ....... ity to Burvive their enemies and „f violence and a purveyor of >c a l a ka atonement for the' P a nf Passat anti-Semitism." | thousands of non-combatants killthat it was necessary now to preracial hatred. As such, we bev "' becauge of B ll 'he editorial saidIt further said ed ag a result of air-raids by pare for the time when Poland | ieve )u has forfeited his right f? „ : the year." that thp Rc(1 Arniy had ma< exist and had left them (the Ukpast week continuous bombardMr. Tvgel voiced his conviction ,;„-. „„, of tho airways, Friends Atonement And to tnen • ^.^ an)] Whhp Rug8 an minoriment8 over those towns took a that ultimately the chief hope of of Democracy does not believe it d the prophets noDie ^" tios> t0 thc ravages of war and ( t0 „ of no fewer than 8,600 nonJewry lies in PalestineHence. I advo( ate s a limitation of freedom tlon: 1* not this tne Fascist enslavement." cimbatants, most of them women he strongly urged that while the' of speech i t does believe, howI have chosen, to loose m •" and eh|Mimii 2 ,000 of whom were efforts to alleviate the sufferings ever t hat true freedom of speech f w,cke "' ./* AnnraMe d T?^flltrppc CrOSS JeW8, ^ in Poland are carried on energetion the airwavs can be attained burdens, and to et *e oppressed KetUffeeS OTOBB Newspapers in the Netherlands cally. Jews of all parties and afbest hv granting free time to P free, and that; ye breaK every hts) Rumania reported that approximately 40filiations must unite to further reputablo spea kers fox the pur>'oke? Is it not to dea 1 th> bread ^ ^ ^ k „. od ^ mooo thee speedy reconstruction of thc pose ^ expounding both sides of Jo the hungr>, ana I ^^^ (WSN )—Advices from wounded during the past week of Jewish homeland in Palestine. controversial matters. ^u TwSn thou >=eest Russia. although unconfirmed, warfare. In Hungary radio bulletWolf Orzech, of Argentine, reMembers of Friends of Demo .... 5= ;r;,^„rv^ .,a t .e--^--t* brethren in Poland who have been suffering extreme economic hardj ships. The Polish Jewish organracial hatreds. Father Coughlin izatiom is the several South, j, as a hused the radio as "an inAmerican countries are united in. gtrument of public service." a central South American Feder-! ation. Mr. Orzech pointed outi" that there are tremendous possi-|the specific economir requirebilities for the settlement of ments of their rountnes. He urgJews from Poland in the Argon-. rd that definite plans be formutine and other Latin American. lated for coming to an undercountries. He said that while the | standing on this problem with the governments there are disinclined South American JWjernntMte and to nermit indiscriminate immiexpressed the belief that if SUcn gration they are amenable to the plans were consumated large idea of discussing plans for tainumbers of Jews from Poland migration along selective lines could be transplanted to South whereby certain elements would | America within thc next re* be admitted in accordance with years. the fulfillment of ultimate, spirincludJ approximately 60.000 Nazi official suggested to Poitual responsibilities of man v ^_ ^ ^^ ^^ Jow j sh com ]jsh soldiel s ha they shoot their his fellow man and to h,s ,oa ^ nulnity of fhernowitz. in RuJewish comrades. In Katowico. This significance was alway Polish-Rumanian Cracow and in other towns. Jew... „.oo TIWIVS munuy >u >n-.. ..-.-. — „v... s significance was i y man a npa ,. h(% Polish-Rumanian Cracow and in other towns. JewprominentIt was the motive i hordor organized a special welj s h women, children and old men the ancient Temple ritual, where ^ comm i ttee t0 provide for the took positions behind barricades the High Priest bathed to purifl ^^.^ refugees. Jewish eommuan d fought, together with Polish himself, where he offered .. v throughout Rumania took B0 ldiers, until they were shot fices and chose scapeg^t, where ^ ^.^ ^ ^ he recited his eloquent confc ^ ^ f) om sionalwhere he en ered the Holy ^^ ^^ ^^ (WNS) Dl9patc hes re f f.to fe"2 my-tory of Jews i„ Bessarabia were said ceived by the Daily Mail from its r Cn v l£Z nirit to be apprehensive of a possible correspondent!, in war zones on The de ruction f the Temple Red Invasion of Bolsheviks from the Eastern Front revealed the %  Wu a m p aend only to Soviet Russia which Has already Polish Jews were suffering every 'the caborae priety ritual but, invaded eastern Polish provinces form of deprivation and hardship (ConUnued on Page 3) I of White Russia and the UKrainc. %  (Continued on Page 8)



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PAGE TWO i jwwim rLOJUDUir FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939 a SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor .RETURN TO CITY ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. David Sontag of 1762 S. W19th Avenue, are announcing the engagement of their Mr. J, Aron Ahbottprominent daughter Phyllis Ethyle to Ben local attorney, returned to the VISITING IN NORTH The Jewish Organizations are I^g^^^^^^^ggg^gSS^S asked to take cognizance of the following dates so as not to : Emanuel Seitlin left this week call meetings or hold affairs f,>,Tulanc University where he H. Myers of Salem, Mass.. son of city last week after visiting in during the festival of SUCCOS, will enter his sophomore year. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Myers. Miss the North for several weeks. Sontag attended the University) • • • of Alabama and the University of Dr. B. J. Coleman of Miami Miami and is a member of the j Beach, returned here last week Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Mr. i from New York City where he. Myers attended the Tilton Aca-, completed some post graduate demy in Tilton. New Hampshire,' work. and Lehigh University in Beth-| • • • lehem, Pa., and is a member of | Mr. I. Silver returned to Miami Tau Delta Phi fraternity. No from a visit in Hendersonville. date has been set for the wedding. North Carolina. Thursday and Friday. September 27th and 28th, and ThursMrs. Pan! Lubin left Wednesday and Friday. October 4th day for Yonkers, S Y for a two SCHOOL TO OPEN and 5th. The Festival begins with the evening preceding the dates mentioned. Students will be excused from school provided an excuse is written by the Rabbi indicating that they atmonth's stay and friends. I ing relatives Mr. Barney Kraft left for the north where he will remain for a two week's business and cointended services during the Sue; billed pleasure trip. cos Festivals. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pepper returned from Hendersonville, N.J •>• %  ]{'K1TH The Harold School. 1717 S. W. C. where they have been visiting TO >IEET ELECTION OF OFFICERS IS HELD The annual election of officers of the Greater Miami Kosher The regular meeting of Sholeni Butchers Association was held l.odge B'nai B'rith will be held recently. Mr. Philip Romer of the Tuesday evening. September 26th zi on Pood Center, was re-elected 13th Street. Miami, under the difor several weeks. rection of Mrs. Sadie Weinberg and Mrs. Kthel Grossman will j Miss Florence Cromer. daughopen Monday, October 2nd at 9:00 ter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel CroL~ t Y:15'p.~M. at"the MasonicTempresident"." Other "off,, ,,^ elect A. M. Kindergarten and grades mer and Miss Anne Cassel. p]( N w ,th Avom|( an(| lgt wm Mp JOQ Reisman ,-„, are offered to students. Anyone daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lionel s „. „„„_J -Li. v„ bribed her name „, the officia necessary. Boys and girls between the ages of 12 to 16 years arc eligible. November 11th un1 guest celebrity book at the Fair. Miss Segail will hold this title Board office at 31 S. E. First der the auspices of the American un 1 th ncxt ,wtinn;i1 encampSti t. or at the branch offices Le Kion the


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> FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939 THE JEWISH FL0RID1AN PAGE THREE 1> (S* wJewiisti IFIIciriidl6i HI The Gates of Prayer PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue L J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor ] Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IX PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES Today's mail brought us our best New Year present. ^TlSn^repiied T "My W sln h Ber ard P Sta1 Wh 8Ur P aSSed !" 0U elf in Pledge SUBSCRIPTION One year ..._ $ 2.00 Six Mcnths $1.00 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1939 VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 37. Tishri, 5700 Throughout the world this week Jews are celebrating the birth of a new year. The traditional blowing of the Shofar, characteristic of the Rosh Hashonah services, is a solemn call for me -' fnr hini tpl1 (Continued from Page 1) loft untouched the purpose of Yom Kippur. There is a lovely anecdote told about Rabbi Johanan ben Zakkai who once stood gazing with his pupil Rabbi Joshua at the ruins of the Temple, and Rabbi Joshua said. "Woe unto us. that the place where the Jews were forgiven for their sins is Rabbi do not regret it. We have an* the lowdown on the Jewish scene, sent us a really sweet letother medium, as good, for the ter Dear Phineas," writes Bernard, "this is the seaforgiveness of sin. It is: Do good son when all good Jews purge their consciences and try to des i r n !" f 0r H it S 12ft!: 2 ltone for th r sins Y ou have much to answer for I i desire mercy and not sacrifice. I The synagogue and the entire thmk xt 1S a %  ** mitzv ah to give you a chance to repent the j membership of Israel now perpemany, many things that must be burdening your conscience, I tuated the tradition once per[ if any. ... So take a week off, and give your eager readers j formed by the Temple and its serthe enclosed column, which is so good that you shouldn't be vants. And to recall the former .. ... ... j magnificience of Jerusalem the 1 3 ur P !" ed if your editors get the idea of making your vacation Abodah service, a description of permanent" ... So here, dear readers, is Mr. Postal's masthe priestly ritual was added to terpiece j the liturgy of the prayer house. The day had become the day of. rr, i...> '* ....„ *u. tx. ,, • mon-c twi!" .* „ A n t L„i "" doM f P rof ss to <'c *h 0 seventh son of a seventh son, man s judgment, a day of peni. tence. a day of moral regenera-1 ut now ,hat war ,s n faot a ewiple safe predictions can tion and appeal for forgiveness. '>c risked. ... So here goes. Oswald Mosley's English Fascists will disappear before many a day. either voluntarily or by official action. The German-American Bund will also do a vanishing act. The refugee problem will remain at could be forgiven by God for sln| 9 8TUS I' 10 w ,n 'h anti-Xazi emigres in England. France and committed against a fellow man! Poland battling for a chance to take a poke at the N'azis. without the previous pardon ofU new Jewish legion, one that will make the 1915-18 one look the wronged individual''He who,i;i. „ r> o T -MI %  I in X, T ... .. „ .'like a Hoy Scout Troop, will be organized. The Nazis says. "I will sin, and the Dav of ... Atonement shall make atonement ; w ,n "" %  ,,losP Jewish RCientsts whom they booted out of Ilitus the lerland. Many of them contrived plenty of useful gadgets And no confession guaranteed absolution without the accompaniment of a profound resolve to improve the conduct of life. None Rabbis, "the Day of Atonement and formulas in the last war \nti-Seiiiitisni will cro into is of no avail." And again. "Sins „ ,\,.,.y„ u everywhere, sine, it is svnonvmous with Nazism, now committed against his fellow rent. _..'.,. ,, .. • a much-hated term. P.n tain will -non sav thank vou to are pardoned only after his follow man's pardon has been oh""' • T,MV for having built up Palestine industry and for havtained." ing developed the Tel Aviv port and airport. Dr. Chaim These passages are far from Wei/matin's chemical wi/ardv. which ill 101 1-1 < did much to has a B to meditation and moral inventory. It begins the ten-day period known as the Ten Days of Penitence, which are culminated with Yom Kippur. the day of Atonement, the most solemn day of the Jewish year. The war in Europe, with its catastrophic possibilities was the theme most widely used bv Rabbis in their High Holiday ., .. • i i j i j mere rhetoric. The day services. As they surveyed the year which has ended and ... ,, ,.•„„„„, i ; J %  > J lite and death seriousne--Iit looked into the new year, their plea was for peace and underno :U thivery moment that standing among all peoples. Frightful as the past year has man. a driven leaf, stand? at the been for civilization, and in the face of the year's calamities, throne of judgment, trembling at lasl war over 1,500.000 Jews fought in all the armies and aboni Jewish spiritual leaders nevertheless expressed a deep faith *be possible decrees? is it not 10 p „ eent of „„,„, WC re killed J udging from the nm that Jewry and civilization would emerge, as it has always bet^^ZZr^^ZlX^ *** ***> fore, revitalized and strong, and that out of all this woe would that the seal is set to the fate es ; "" ive England, will again be put at Britain's disposal. And your columnist's bookon the history of the Jew as a soldier will have to be delayed until after this war iover. ... In ll %  • of every soul ? soon to be serving with the Canadian. Australian and •What shiil we New Zealand troops, the world war figure "ill be heavily s-urpas :ome a rebirth of the human spirit. The blast of the Shofar was compared, by Rabbi Segal of ^"before Thee, o Thou Wh< _. ,, dwellest o n high, and what sntti. Mount feboh Congregation, New York, to the sound of a reM Thep Thou Who rftmTm ,nitv it Haliofa Eastern Galicia a Jewveille "which calls all Israel to a spiritual mobilization." abide8 in ho heaveM? D o.t The Karillte community at Halich. Eastern Gal.cia. aJew "Israel." he said, "chooses to banish the sword and to raise Thou not know alT things, both h sect longseparated from the main body of Judaism, has aloft as a shield the Book of Peace. In that book tears rethe hidden and revealed? Tho„ gone anti-Semitic and is harrying its Jewish neighbors. aioit as a snieia wie o trannnilitv lowest the mysteries of the uniThe Revisionist daily in Palestine. Hamshkif. recently reported veal a quest for hfe-a life of unend n /^ ml t / r verse and .he hidden secrets of ^ lke ie „ ched the .. Jabotinskv Res e a rch Institute" In his sermon at the Free Synagogue in Carnegie HaU. „ livin(r Thou searc H 0St all the JJ what { but we don ^ New York, Dr. Stephen S. Wise said that the "tale that is old innermost recesses and triest the !" iei AV, J•; „„„„ 00 ^ tn A ra h terrorists -persecution wandering and war-will "forever renew itreins and the heart. Naught is .... In Northern Palestine Arabs opposed to Arab terroris persecution, wandering ana war natriotism insuffi hidden from Thee, neither U anyhave organized armed groups for their own protection self until men understand that not only is patriotism insult. ^^ ^ Thjne ^ .. J J^ par ^ ^ ^.^ ^ ^^ blQod :ient, but even that world citizenship is not enough. Such g the note and theme of Even more is needed," he added, "and must be claimed the twen y .f our hour liturgy, from by men—a sense of kinship with all humans under the only Kol Nldre at the one sunset th-u kingship that is secure and irrefragable: the Divine Sever-1 eighty." B'NAI B'RITH tijjBJ NOTES (BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL) The members of Sholem Lodge should be very anxious to attend the coming business meeting next Tuesday evening at Biscayne Temple. B Important reports will be made by the various committee chairmen who were named at the recent'State Federation Conventionhand information relative to matters of vital importance taken up at the Jacksonville Convention. B sunset. The poetic petitions lead every .Tew to his holiest moments, even as on this day. once upon a time, the High Priest was granted admission to the honest corner of the Temple. The prayers set before the Jew his superior self his character at his best The important resolutions drafted and passed by the Con-' moment, the character he ought ventiort will be discussed and the j to be at every moment. The membership will be enlightned as | function of these prayers Is onto the major projects for the ( ticismThey review daily life. average behavior, in eontras: to -B j the qualities and conduct of the Brother President Pallot is exideal lifeAnd it is though pected to make an exhaustive re-! (Continued on Page 6) port on the resolutions adopted § for the ensuing yearB coming year. In addition to the above. fred William Barrett, prominent your foreign correspondent. MrB %  ^ %  ESTftTeSS. talk Who returned i-ecently from events within the scope of A. D. European rip. will^address the work will bear watching and may lodge, selecting as his subject. be referred to in discussions at the coming meeting. B Your reporter, as Passing Scene B Don't miss this big meeting! Chairman of Next Tuesday night. S:00 o'clock. the Meetings Committee was fortunate in securing as guest speakThe Brothers will receive first er for next meeting the Hon. Alat Biscayne Temple, corner of N. W. First Street and Fifteenth Avenue. ritual trial of the 1880's, in which the victim was defended by the late Thomas Masaryk, father of Czechoslovakia. The object is to prove that the Czechs were not pro-Jewish. A monument to Horst Wessel, Nazi "hero," has been erected at Treppau. Sudetenland, on the site of a synagogue burned by Nazi vandals. Special telephone books are being published in Germany for Jewish subscribers, who are now barred from the regular phone directories. The Hillel Foundation at the University of Illinois has cooked up a scheme to aid refugee students that is sweeping college circles. Co-eds who usually get orchids from their dales" now get a little card from the florist saying that the money has been used to aid a refugee to eat. The Hasrirah Publishing Company in Holland is compiling a volume called •Jewish Organizations' A. R C," which will list all major Jewish organisations in every country of the world. Jews were among the participants in a Passion Play performance given at Spearfish, South Dakota, as a community venture. A plan is afoot to convert the Jewish exhibit in the Hall of Religion at the San Francisco Golden Gate Exposition into a permanent Jewish museum on the Pacific Coast. While vaeationing at Belmar, N. J., we saw at bast two policemen remove copies of Coughlin's "Social Justice" from traffic signal boxes, where they had presumably been left for them. (Continued on Page 4)



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^ PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH rLOBIDIAN CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) ABOUT PEOPLE Among the Americans who got back from Europe in the nick of time is Ezra Shapiro of Cleveland, who was particularly anxious not to be delayed becau^ 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR • FOR THE YEAR • •••*••••* • Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and 6:30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday morning at 8:80. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—9:00 a m., to 12:00. "DAY OF ATONEMENT" The "Day of Atonement" services will be ushered in the Beth David Synagogue with a "Kol— Nidrei" prayer at 6:00 o'clock Friday evening, September 22, and will terminate sundown on SaturdayRabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services. Cantors Louis Hayman and Louis Weinkle will chant the Traditional PrayersFriday evening Rabbi Shapiro will speak on the subject, "Israel and Humanity Reborn'." "Yiscor." or Memorial Services for the deprated will take place Saturday morning at 11:30 o'clock Preceding this service at 11:00 o'clock the Rabbi will speak on the subject. "Tomorrow's Vista." The "N'eilah" services, or concluding prayer for the "Day of Atonement" will be recited Saturday at 5:00 o'clock. Preceding that service the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish. "Ignorance in Action." SUNDAY SCHOOL Beth David Sunday School is happy to announce that its faculty this year will consist of several of its former teachers who have been most faithful to this BETH DAVID CHOIR It is the intention of the Board of Directors to compensate its choir this comine year. Beth Da SEEKS NAME FOR NEW TRAIN New York. Sept. 14.—A contest seeking a name for the new he has just been appointed as streamlined train which the Atspecial Counsel of the City of lantic Coast Line Ral road and Cleveland in that municipality's, the Florida East Coast Ra.lwa fight against the local gas comwill operate dally service between pnnv. • Shapiro BUCfeeeda the New York and Miami thu Winlate Newton D. Baker in that poter, was announced today "> stion. • %  Francis P. Matthews, these railroads. neW Supreme Knight of the Prizes of $650 were offered in Knights of Columbus, is a good the contest, with a first awara friend as well as a fellow Oma-' of $300. Second prize will be han of Henry Monsky. president $150. third prize $75, and 25 otnof B'nai B'rith. ... If you want er awards of $5. The awards proof of the extent of Jewish will be made on the basis of suitblood among leading South An t,,c •'"•"•.._,,, t t ,v„_ ,..;,u the tiful choir originally under the Governor of Brazil's Rio do .Tantram or not. together w h he direction of the world-famous eiro Province A nd by tie most appropriate reason ic r such Cantor I. Kaminsky. Several soprano and alto voices are lacking, and we therefore urge young women who wish to become affiliated with the Beth David choir to contact Cantor Louis Hayman, or phone 2-1473. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT In keeping with the traditions of Israel a program of vast scope is being prepared for those who are interested in the cultural and spirituel work of our people. Those who are interested are way. a Slovak with the Jewisha nameThe second, third and sounding monicker of Mo-.cs Kirother awards are to be made in schenbaum is the secretary of the order of excellence, and may the anti-Semitic Hlinka Party in not be the same name as that Slovakia. • Ben Marein. who is used by the first prize winner. a regular contributor to TouchThe rules stated that all entries lin's "Social Justice." is our ."Id must be delivered or bear postfiaml Boris Brasol, a rollaboramark prior to midnight October | tor on Henry Ford's ''Dearborn 10Awards will he made by NoIndependent" • • Alls quiet vember 1. again on the Jewish War Vetc' 1 The streamlined cars, of lightans front. Feeling that in weight stainless steel constructhese days of strife unity cones tion are now being built in the first, the opposition headed by Budd plant at Philadelphia. The Samuel Friedman withdrew be2000 horsepower diesel locomofore the convention op: el. • • • tives are being built by the Elecasked to join English or Yiddish You know, of course, th.'; Edgar tro-Motive Corporation. LaGrange groups in the following subjects: Hunnan of Brooklyn was elected Illinois. The train is expected to "Ain-Yacov," "Mishnais," "Ornational Commander-irt-Ch:of. hut go into service about December ach-Chaim." "Hilchos Derach-Erdid you know that A.lelc St'gall, 1 on a New York-Miami schedule etz;" all these groups will be unone of Florida's chosen rejuesenof 25 hours, the fastest ever set der the direct supervision of the tatives for Florida Week at the up for that runRabbi. New York World's Fair, won Ine J. W. V.'s popularity conUst at the Miami convention ? Boston, by the way. will see th % %  veterans' 1940 conclave. • %  %  GoverJUNIOR CONGREGATION The Junior Congregation will conduct services in the Beth David auditorium, Saturday. Septemnor Lehman's meshpoche is e.tBy S. J. Bubis ber 23rd from 10:00 to 12:00 AM. Harold Shapiro and Stanley Hayman will conduct the services. Strictly Confidential (Cintinued from Page 3) The author of "You and Heredity" claims that "if a %  r ib! fathered by Adolf Hitler were by some whimsy fate exchanged at birth with a child of a Je.v'-h rabbi, and each were reared un father. institution; and in addition, for I""'"* 1 b v the wronp Hitlers • %  'IA'.C would grow up to ting into America's blueblood families. • • One niece is wed to a grandson of William Jenniifgs Bryan. Another. June Rossbach, is affianced to Jonathan Brewster. who is a descendant fo Elder Brewster, one of the '< i.riders of the Plymouth Colony. Judge Rosalie Ixiew Whitney, who recently died in New York, was buried from Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn, but one of the American Jewish Year Books in the early Urdu's listed her among prominent American Jews The new postmaster of T.T.t'u. Texas, is a postmistress. Mrs .! R. Goodman. ORLANDO B'NAI B'RITH HOLDS OPEN MEETING The Local Chapter of Bnai Brith held an open meeting Tuesday evening. September 1'.', at H p.m. in the vestry room of the Temple Ohcv-Shalom with Mr. Abe Hamowitz as chairman. The members discussed plans for the coming year and strengthening of the Ladies Auxiliary. Reports were given by Brothers A /A. INSTALLATION Sunday evening at 5 o'cloi the vestry room of the T. mple Ohev Shalom, official install of th.Orlando Chapter of "A. V. A 's was held. A group of delegates led by Phillin Selber, came from Jacksonville to perform the ceremony. After the installation speeches were made by Morris A. Skop, Rabbi. Congregation Ohev-Shalom. Mr. BJ. Cohen, president of the State delegation B'na Brtih Lodge. Mrs. Nat Berman president Women's Auxiliary. Mr Louis Baum and others. Mr. Herbert Tallisman. who is a leader in Jewish Welfare Work was made Chapter Advisor. Officers of the newly ele ted group are: President Jack II ffman, Vice-President Maynard I i hen. Secretary Bryson 1 Treasurer Jack Kaminoff, Sargeant at ArmSanders K ttl man. Chaplain Harold Zag I in and Reporter Samuel Bubis Other members are Sigmond Zaeoriah. Charl.es Shader, Ze Wihe. Oscar Tctenbaum. Orin Lieberman. Ansel Wittenstein and Murry Zimmerman. Myer Sigal, sponsor. — H Seasons Greetings to Our Friends and rations ROME MATTRESS CO. 2027 N. Miami Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA i %  + dT—T 9 / CONDITIONED the first time, twelve licensed teachers who are teaching at the schools in Dade County will help complete the faculty. The names of the teachers will be announced in nert week's issueThe school will officially open Sunday. October 1, at 10:00 o'clock with the annual "Succos" celebration given to the children by the Sisterhood. Parents are requested to bring their children at this hour. Full details as to the curriculum will be mentioned in next week's issue. TALMUD TORAH Classes for the Hebrew School are convening every afternoon from 3:15 to 6:15; Monday and Tuesday, September 25th and 26th from 3:30 to 5:30—registration will take place. It is mandatory that parents register their children at the designated time at the beginning of the semester. A new curriculum is being arranged by the Rabbi and Mr. L. Gadon. which will include Hebrew. Chumosh with Rashi, Gemori. Religion and Ccremoniese. be 'Jewish' in temperament, •.• • havior and social viewpo.ir, and the rabbi's child would :.. %  go isoSteppng. storm-trooping an 1 "hell Kitlering' with the most rabid of the Aryans" .... 100% RYE BREAD HEALTH-KOSHER Made fresh daily from 100 per. cent whole RYE and all Health ingredients Good as cake. HEMINGTONMANAGED HEALTH FOOD SHOP 12 S. E. FIRST ST—2-0356 GREETINGS CARL F. LAMBERT Utility Engineer and Consultant 810 Biscayne Building MIAMI. 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%  \ 1 ft ( f FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939 THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN PAGE FIVE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 62-'i Michican Avenue Thime 5-\W MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-ZU13 YOM KIPPUR SERVICES Services for the Day of Atonenicnet will begin Friday evening at 6:00 P. M. The Kol Nideri will be chanted by Cantor Mamches together with the Beth Jacdl> choir of six blended voices under the direction of Mr. Alexander Drucker. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the subject: "The World Keeps its Pledge" In the Talmud Torah building the service will be chanted by Rev. H. Hochberp. service beginning at the same time. Services will begin Saturday morning at 7:30 in the Talmud Torah building where services will be chanted by Messrs. Goldirr. Shapiro and Hochberg Services in the new synagogue building will begin at 8:00 A. M. being chanted by the cantor and choir with the assistance of Rev. S. (iuttmaiv Memorial Services, Yizkor. will be held at 10:00 A. If., in both synagogues. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "A Call to the World" in the Talmud Torah building' and on "Relieving Judaism" in the new building. Rabbi Mescheloff will also chant the Bg N'eila serviceWe wish all Israel a "Gmar Chassima Tovah %  RELIGIOUS SCHOOL REGISTRATION Official registration for the %  i w year will take place Sunday morning. October 8th. at 10:00 A M All children, members and non-members, new students or old, must register that mornirfg. As usual, our daily Hebrew School course will consist of five different classes under the instruction of Cantor Maurice Mamches and Miss Sonya Shpall. This five year course begins with the study of the Hebrew alphabet. Hebrew reading and writir/g; study of the sidur and services; the Hebrew language—translation, stories, compositions; the Jewish religion, its laws and ceremonies; Yiddish reading and writing; the Bible in its original text. Children between the ages of C< and 1.3 are urged to be registered. SUNDAY SESSIONS REGISTRATION Those children whose parents wisb to register them for only the Sunday morning sessions of lur Religious School must also apply on Sunday morning. Octo•8th. An excellent staff including most of last year's teachers has 1 en engaged for the coming semester. Every teacher has had years of Sunday School experience and a college background. Attorney A. I,. Mechlowitz will be the school superintendent. This year's curriculum includes a kindergarten class, the study of Biblical and post-Biblical Jewish history, including contemporary and modern Jewish historyIt will include the study of current Jewish events. Projects of various kinds, drawings and cutouts in the lower grades; religion in the graduating class. Bongs classic and modern Hebrew will be taught in assemblies by our cantor. Miss Josephine Kaxin will again be our school pianist As in former years -our assembly will be open to the public, and will be held each Sunday from 11:80 to 1:00. Falulty meetings will be held each Sunday from 12:00 to 12:30 P. M. RELIGIOUS HIGH SCHOOL BEING ORGANIZED The two courses will be held each Sunday from 10:00 to 12:00 They will include the study of ,' St-Biblical literature, the discussion of contemporary Jewish problems, the analywis of current Jewish events, talks on vocational guidance and lectures by pr >m inent visitors. Applicants must enroll Sunday morning. October Sth at 10:00 o'clock. A twice-a-week course is also being planned for boys only over the age of 13. Registration for this class will be held at the same A new branch is being added to our Religious School this year in the form of a High School. The first two years of High School will be opened this year for past graduates of our Sunday Sessions These classes are open to all graduates of our ow n or any other accredited Sunday S hool We will also accept all boys over 14 years of age. time. MIAMI BEACH M1ZRACHI TO OPEN SEASON The Miami Beach Miirachi will 1 begin the new year with a Melaveh Malkeh to be held Saturday flight. October 7th. in the Talmud To1*h building. A varied program is being prepared which will include vocal and instrumental musi a number of important reports, and the organization of a Women's division of the Miami Beach MizrachiA report on the number of trees already purchased towards our pledge of two hundred trees for the Rabbi Berlin Forest will be made by our secretary. Mr. Max Feit A report on the distribution of JNA HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM I J. S. MAS' | PHARMACY j First and Washington Avc. PHONE 5-9953 MIAMI BEACH + —. Season's Greetings To Our Many Friends and Patrons COMMUNITY GROCERY CO. 50 X. W. 22nd Avenue Phone 4-1732 WlemoJdai 9Axiy,eAd foh. J/ont KippuJi MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR THE DEAD For the Father: M.iy God remember the soul of our honoured father (A. B.) who is gone to his repose: for that. I now solemnly cfier charity for his sake: in reward of this, may his soul enjoy eternal life, with the souls of Abraham. Isaac and Jacob: Sarah. Rebecca. Rjchc-1 and Leah, and the rest of the righteous males and females that are in Paradise: and let us say. Amen. For the Mother: May God remember the soul of my honoured mother (C D.) who is gone to her repose, for that I now solemnly offer charity for her sake; in reward of this, may her soul enioy eternal life, with the souls ol Abraham. Isaac and Jacob; Sarah. Rebecca. RaJiel and Leah, and the rest of the righteous males and females thai are in Paradise; and let us say, Amen. rather of Life I pray Thee to vouchsafe rest unio ihe soul of my sainted (fathermother I May (his-her) spirit have found peace upon the heights of eternal light. — pure, undimmed peace unto all eternity! Mav (his her) soul be bound Thee in purity and salvation! And for me (his-her) earthlv child, who still walks in the shadows of this world, subject to changeable fortune, to error and sin. may that sainted soul intercede before Thy throne, that I may be protected upon all my ways and deserve Thy grace. O Lord' Thou givest. Thou takest away Thy name be praised for ever and ever. Amen. TI3P (caw nic '?K ngf) c.r?K itsr rrpx "TJVJ <#?? -I2JJ; .'js'^'r 1 ? "JS.TC* "1TTSJ5 ,"i-'.-u: "zc: xrn rn n?c's .n?3 (e*3a) 'r*"3 *SK rcr; c*~7x -.ITP TO* "WJUV-rap *9!?^?fW -.•%•? r.-.n? ,-nr?; Hjjri .-J. *i;u>= ..-nrj apjpj pijsp .C.TJ::K nni?: c? .c'n.n cp'"* -?I?EV;.,-KS] hrn fljjjpj ,nny tpy :-.sxr. .f- j;;-? rvj^j mien .conoa pic .ccm K^S "H* niP03 .IWJOT wa •jy .nnaj rmUB %  cvrsta yya \sft .(nnmjo) lnmje mn py pa .rotyt rua ir,:; vnna< .e*cmn (nnocj) vise: DK enn ITIXS mn (nun*.) nan (nntou) vrtro win •ton IDK;I .(nsrs-s) I:2FD ty Bfim Riga (WNS)—luan Ruiz. Bra-; zilian diplomat returned here. from Poland with heart-rending 1 tales of the plight of war refuj gees, a majority of whom he said ] were Jewish. Ruiz said he had] seen thousands of Jewish refugees stranded in trains or trudging through towns, many of which erous bodies along the tracks. were still aflame. He saw nummostly of aged men. women and children. Ruiz said he had seeen thousands of Jewish refugees in war-scarreed towns wounded or paralyzed with shock, and bodies of killed and wounded F boxes will be made by Mrs. Kalstein. Refreshments will be served. HAPPY NEW YEAR SE \s<\'s GREETINGS j To <>ur Many Friends and Acquaintances J. H. MANN & SON BUILDERS 1646 N. W. 28th Street PHONE :l-.-)74!) GREETINGS John A. Moore and Biscayne Engineering Co. 47 N. W. First Street 4 ; 11 Judge H. L. Oppenborn j —+ NEW YEARS GREETINGS GEO. E. BUNNELL CO. CONTRACTOR 79 N. E 20th Terrace 585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 3-1922 Phone 7-2876 Ir 1 GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Kantro Nursery 3155 S. W. 23rd Street SIN (Kin-: WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Electrolux, Inc. Postal Building SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Hirseh-Fauth Furniture Co. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE Interior Decorators and Importers Riscayn£ Boulevard at Fourteenth Terrace PHONE 3-4669 MIAMI .V %  It is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Good Wi'hes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR THE CITY ICE Hi FUEL CO. M—.+ SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PERRY'S DAIRY 626 N. W. Tenth Street PHONE 2-7221 CLEAN MILK RAW OR PASTEURIZED FROM MY OWN TESTED HERD Yon arc a-um] of the best and safest bottle of milk that can be produced when you buy from us. i '+



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PAGE SIX THE JKWUH TLOMPIAW FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 69S6 Indian Creek Drive—4-126S 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-J54I MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both o> the Rabbis will be In the Temple every mornln*-. Y.ou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis community, or you:pcisonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in strict confidence. world shall come to serve the I Lord and bless His glorious name. "Now therefore, 0 Lord our God. impose Thine awe upon all Thy works and Thy droad over' Y. M. H. A. NOTES (Continued from Page ") mond-ball team, will honor Dr. the New York World's Fair. What relaxationAccept my apologies Milt Friedman for omitting your name as chairman of the last Cavalcade ,. : Barney Weinkle. noted local phy, „ a that Thou hast created, thai „..„„:„„ c„ n 0I otars snow al. Thv works may fear Thee. "'"• ^ /^ar^ai Jack Apte h W€ and all creatures worship T heeJ 'J^er 24th at its flfthi am.ua I .„ a fj(?htjng spjrit that they may all form one band I ^ ** "jT^.. T1?! C ngratS t0 Dr Har d Rand to do Thy will with a perfect | heart; even as we know, 0 Lord, that dominion is Thine." I held at the Mahi Shrine Temple, 1411 Biscayne Boulevard. At that time Dr. Weinkle will be "Y" Home Camp Physician who recently opened his new offices in the Du Pont Building. | presented with a trophy in behalf | chic Mflnn onp rf Mjami s Ws As the day grows late and the of the "Y by Mr Maurice Grossrf n bow crg hag con sented to coach the amateurs in the recently formed Y. M. H A. duckpin league. Come to the Miami Recreation alleys any Thursday evening and watch your favorites do battle. s low the Neilah. the closing; man. Executive Director of the Miss Ethel Mintzer. runner-up in the recent JW. V. comes:. sun i* service of the Day of Atonement, is concluded with the blowing of a ram's horn' Rabbinic legend has it that on that future day will be presented a gift as the when the Messiah will come for : "Y" Queen. man's redemption, a ram's horn; ^ 1 will be blown to announce to the world the establishment of the HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES vices will be held at 4:00 P. M. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will preach on "Atonement Reflections on Daily Life" Friday evening. September 22 at 8:15 P. M., atonement eve Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will lecture on "Atonement for Self, Family, Israel and Mankind." Saturday Septonber 23, atonement day Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will, preach on "Without Benefit of! Clergy" at 10:00 A. M. A 0ctober 2nd at 2:30 P M in Ka P" Youth service will be conducted lan ** a "" An out 'ine of the forthat 1:00 P. MSaturday with Rab-1 coming year's plans and chairbi Colman A. Zwitman delivering 1 men reports will be. presented, the sermon entitled "Rules for, An interesting program will be the Road of Life." Memorial ser| heard and refreshments servedRAMBLING AROUND TOWN kinRdom of Peace, in which men will live by truth and righteousness will cover the earth. The note has a particular relevance! to the desire of man today. SISTERHOOD The first meeting of the season of the Sisterhood will be held L/^ is the BEST.' The Gates of Prayer (Continued from Page 3) nal as the questioner. But soi long as man is a social being hoi will proceed to another question:! what part has he playd in his! society, what kind of world has| these prayers that the Jew is Ief he helped create? Is his world to penitence. Like Jonah, whose motivated by justice, love, p.'ioe? story is read in the afterno.,. gI > r Ii: possibly otherwise.' ard if vice, man recognizes that theie so, is not the individual" pirr,-r is no flight from the Lord and to the e-uilt and destiny of the Hls Law tyranny? Who has R i'ven the The order to repent, to return """h" £j PPre ion ami wha to the Lord when one stumbles in hte U Ho ,n the w pW iniquity, is the principle message e moral foundationhave of the entire Yom Kippur crumbled? I n the final analysis vice. The one "day Z"'Z yew fj^f ^"t h k aW K h is deliberately appointed for !" ,ivdu 1 members, and only m man's reflection and for his re-1 '"T*' n :versc tan the m n !" l formation. For there is much to j e at home contemplate, much to improve! That is why. in addition to Ms face to face with himself and in Personal confessional, the l.-v the presence n f his God. man prays for a day when all the asks himself what has he donej with his individual life, what <* have been his ambitions, where'{ has he exceeded and where mis, j sed his mark? Can the individual rehearse his year's activi-l ties with utmost complacence? : Have there been, perhaps, ideals I betrayed, or compromised? What questions indeed will not a man, ask of himself i n his solitariness? What shortcomings may he not | find, and what more effectively! than an awareness of failure will stimulate him to correction? What has man done with nr.A to himself is a question as eterREV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. l.th Ave. WOLPERT'S FUKNITURFJ BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. <, PHONE 3-4132 MR. AND MRS. PHILIP EISENBERG AND FAMILY WISH ALL THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS HAPPY NEW YEAR KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAOO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN New Obtainable Every. where in Florida 3 Do You Own Ynr Home? There never wit a better time than n-jw to build on* The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makea H Possible 25? me a nd I win cladlT XT, f B u 0 r' 0 .,*" ,he beet DO.' em* Information aa to lu plan. H. SIMONS Phone 2-3151 YOUNG RABBI 37 years old. married, two children, well versed in Yiddish and English: Excellent Chazan, Organizer. Wonderful sneaker, Hffbrew 4 Sunday School teacher; Shoched for chickens; reader of Torah, wishes a permanent position in the South; willing to come for a trial. Answer THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami Florida. 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Fifth St. Phone 3-1430 MIAMI 424 Collins Ave. Phone 5-2044 At National Kosher Market WANTED! A NAME ?-OA /hneuca'd. hewut Daify SOieamtmed T5tain $ 650 in CASH PRIZES uT'ttU, I 0 "J.about December 1 1839. It will be operated by the Atlantic < oast Una Railroa.l and the Florida Last <:„a,. Railway FreTrirfc -h," W 'S h ^Pennsylvania Railroad and the Richmond. FlS K t Potomac Railroad. Now. in advance of the thi,n !" \ e a S '' n kwnnintr in December, a name is wanted for tnis new streamliner. Enter ZZFiJEZlSZtt nZ"u S&f' *' mt,W nd qulck Gt 1 ^ ""• With These Hints It's Easy To Win! Arnerlco'i BefMM ind irrnrlni Sirmllnfr \£2!!!*l£S!$S&. "r" "-eeadittaaea nrtor lane rocllniM u,,iiii,iu.i v.tr-eii oui dneelu room*, moklni kraoZ ii„ *-uli7.';LV,'.''; *'"."• %  '•" %  -"<" coeiStoaoS pro,, UrtUw dUaajed ., atStfS £*% nuio for nrneiiunai purpu^. lib Club-Ilk. dlnlne rr wllh louur p.-r^-iui wuhrt. I>lM.l.>.lr..|ri. loruraollTo (S-u'll > %  Wubitigtun) for imtMHb .PPIHI New*rerard runnlai Jim.21 hours or Itn Now Vor • %  %  Mail, Toe pruiwiion or ouiomailc ncnala %  ntl train control o.r the only .louhlo tr.-k. J"* htlloaiMl rout, between New York ood Miami. Low coecb fena. JUST FOLLOW THESE FEW SIMPLE JluUs ~ • -. a >t>. eniial ail.. S u. M t najael? U-eeooppear.rt ,d tor Ihl. train or no<> and the nojt .P^ iffVLrssigCm -j; K^?rS J K.Jr HiS..SkSs word, eiplalmna reai,.na for 'our auuoitlon. *"";*I.,.^, owinKd In In. ort.r of lb. No raaaoatod name -.11 b. ~Mdorad epkee J 'X,";"„, h ln !" rea.on. rot the name .uf_. of Identical street. New York CUT All entrleo mu.t bo ,^, MM d.ll.ered ot liear pnotmark prior to miduuni w[u ,,, fln L Svt AU doclTlon. oftbo Juda.. T'Twrnij'-oifht prlxe. -Ul I* ewardod: tJL'li^Sl^L^C^SSSi 25f rSUtb •::::::::: AM S Ssfi-J KsV K m£& Tueiday. 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FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939 THE JEWISH TLOEIDIAH PAGE SEVEN MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 YOM KIPPUR SERVICES The solemn day of Yoni Kippur will be ushered in with awe-inspiring services of Kol Nidre on g Friday at 6:15 P. M. Rabbi Kellner will preach on "All in the Name of God." Morning services will commence at 7:00 A. If., followed by the reading of the Torah at 10:00 A MRabbi Kellner will preach at 11:00 A. M. on "The Voice Within." Memorial services will be said at 11:30 AM.. followed by Mussaph at 11:45.A. M. At 5:00 P. M., Rabbi Kellner will preach in Yiddish and afterwards chant the Neilah services with Maariv following at 6:40 P. MAs our synagogue is crowded beyond capacity we request our |S^ friends to occupy the seats assigned to them and cooperate with the seating committee. LADIES AUXILIARY A very important meeting of our I.adies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday night. Septembr 2fith in ship is urged to be present. A report will he rendered by the the synagogue and the memberSunday School committee regarding plans for the Fall term as well as on the forthcoming Succos party which will take place Sunday morning October 1st. SUNDAY SCHOOL Registration for the new term in our Sunday School will take j place on Sunday morning. October first in the synagogue. It is imperative that parents register their children without delay. MAZEL TOY We extend sincere Mazel Tov j greetings to Miss Dorothy Cohen i and Mr Henry Idov whose marriage will be solemnized by Rabbi Kelln r on September 24th. UNVEILING The unveiling of the tombstone which honors the memory of our late brother I. Kaplan will take place Sunday at 11:0(1 A M., ami thi' family takes this means of extending an invitation to all friends. THE Y. M. H. A. (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) feature of the evening will be a complete floor show presented byEileen Roscoe featuring the Roscoe Rockets comprised of 12 beautiful girls in a "snappy" routineAlso the following: Bobby Joseph. Edith Nito. Patsy Koenig, Mildred De Linker, the four Barren Sisters, the three Flattery Sisters. Jean Kachelriss. In addition, Phil Weintraub, the "Y" Troubadour will be on hand with Dave Trager and his Mad Musicians. Dr. Harold Rand, chairman of the entertainment committee says that he will have a "surprise" entertainer. Mrs. Jack Engler, chairman of the refreshment committee, tells us that she has prepared a delicious supper for the quests, to be served at a reasonable price. Everything is being arranged for the convenience of the guests. Waiters will be there to serve your wants and. as a special accommodation, reservations for tables may be made at the "Y" on Sunday morning between the hours of 9:00 and 12:00 o'clock. So don't forget folks. Sunday afternoon is the ball game, and Sunday night is the dance. Hope to see you Sunday. Y NEW BROWNIE GROI'I' STARTS Miss Francis Ginsberg, who is assisting MrsMarion Shindell with the Girl Scout Troop, announces that she will organize a new Brownie Group next Tuesday evening. September 26th at 7:00 o'clock at the 'Y." ( %  between the ages of 7 and 10 are eligil le. All those interested please report to Mi


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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLOEIPIAH FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939 DR. BARNEY WEINKLE manager of the Young Men's Hebrew Association Diamond Ball Team, who will be presened with a ioving cup Sunday evening at the Masonic Temple at the Y Dance. Kaunas (WNS) — About twothirds of Poland's three million Jews are now under Nazi domination or threatened by the rapidly advancing German Army acwhich showed that Polish cities cording to a statistical study %  with large Jewish populations already captured and occupied by Nazi military include: Ludz. 202500; Krakow. 56.500; Czestochowa. 27.000;Kattnwice. 5.700 and Poznan, 2.000. Cities immediately threatened include: Warsaw, 352,700; Lwow. 99.G00; Bialystok. j 40.000!; Lublin. 89.000; Tarnapol and Stanislawow, about 100.000 together. The total Jewish population in these cities is approvimately 800.000The territories around Warsaw. Lodz. Kielce and Bialystok. almost entirely occupied by German troops, have a Jewish population totaling about 1.300.000. The southern districts.] including the areeas around Cracow, Lwow, Stanislawow and Tarnopol. have a Jewihh population of approrimately 555.000. In the western districts, which belonged ti Germany prior to 1918. including the Posnan. Pomerania and MISS ETHEL MINTZER "Y Queen" and a contestant for J. W. V. Queen, will be presented with a cup by the Y, Sunday evening. Silesia districts, the Jews number only 26.100. or less than two per cent of the total population in that area. Undetermined numberh of Jews in the occupied territories, have already fled to centers in eastern Poland not yet capturede by Nazi forces but which have already been invaded by Russian troops. The Makers of THAT GOOD Moon Kist The Jewish Hour will be heard Sunday afternoon at 3 P. M. over Station W.IOD. and will be conducted by Rabbi Moses Meschloff who will speak on "Dwelling in Huts". Rabbi Mescheloff will be assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches(Continued from Pane 1) from the Nazi invasion of Poland. In Lemborg (Lwow). the advices said, two hundred Jews were killed when Nazi warplanees bombed the Jewish quarter of the city.... GREETINGS .... TAMIAMI CYCLE COMPANY 1561 S. W. Eighth St. MIAMI 623 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH t i t \ t i t I i Ice Cream And Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK Extends Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR Dade Refrigerating Co. Inc. 1792 N. W. 20th Street PHONE 2-7868 i &f Ancient Shofar (ram's horn) and sheet of music used in the ceremonies for the High Holy Days. From the Museum of Jewish Ceremonial Objects of the Jewish Theologicel Seminary of America in New York City. SEASON'S GREETINGS Y ROYAL PALM CREAMERY & DAJRY PHONE 3-8655 28 N. W. 17th Avenue NEW YEAR GREETINGS A. C.Horn Co. Official Distributors of F. H. A. Loans for Alterations and Improvements. No Down Payment — 36 Months to Pay! 1 Flagler Paint-Glass Store 1741 W. Flagler St., Ph. 3-8924 J NEW YEAR GREETINGS from J. SUGARMAN Manager SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH KOOLMOTOR GASSOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS | ORANGE STATE j OIL CO. Distributors MY GROCERY 1468 S. W. Sixth Street "A COMPLETE MARKET" $ SEASON'S GREETINGS R. V. LEIS TILE CO. 5837 N. W. 11th Avenue PHONE 7-3994 + SEASON'S GREETINGS from Richard A. Belsham Structural Engineer MIAMI. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS L. D. HAYNES REAL ESTATE 'CHOICE SELECTIONS" CALL 7-2359 I • %  + SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. EDWARD SCHEER AND FAMILY EDWARD'S LUBRICATING CO. 1101 N. E. First Avenue—Miami Florida PHONE 2-9551 GASOIJNE, OIL, LUBRICATION, WAX, POLISH BATTERIES, TIRES AND ACCESSORIES i TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON S GREETINGS FIVE POINT GRILL MRS. LYLY DUCOURNAU 1176 West Flagler Street Miami, Florida Congregation Beth David (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) Completely Renovated Almost Air-Conditioned New Seats Announces High Holiday Services will be conducted at THE SYNAGOGUE (187 N. W. Third Ave.) by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Louis Hayman SPECIAL JUNIOR SERVICES (Ages 5-19) at BETH DAVID AUDITORIUM 187 N. W. Third Ave. Make Reservations With CANTOR LOUIS HAYMAN or A. KRONENFELD Tiny Sty It With SmlU! Do the members of YOUR family say thu? If not, perhaps it is because you have never given Alka-Seltzer a thorough trial. Without exception, the people we know who have used AlkaSeltzer are enthusiastic in its praise. If Alka-Seltzer is as good as we say it is, you want it in your medicine cabinet; if it is not, it won't cost you a penny. We will refund the purchase price of any new user who uses a full package, according to directions, and is not entirely satisfied with the results. Your family will need Alka-Seltzer sooner and more often than you think. Our guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded covers its use in all disorders listed below. Gas on Stomach, Add Indigestion, Heartbum, "Morning After", Muscular Pains, Neuralgia, Headache, Distress of Colds, at a Gargle In Minor Throat Irritations. Alka-Seltzer m ) *A ? —


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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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wJewish Floiridi& in
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/*
VOL. 12.NO. 37.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939
PRICE 10 CENTS
V.
Federation Polish
NAZI MAY
Jews Confer RELAX MEASURES The Gates o Prayer
590 Immigrants
Enter Palestine
Jews Flee Polish
War Zones
(
fj
.. Daelijrt Allemanda of Stock-1 ment. It 1
STl r ,r WnrlH F.Hp h0,m- PUbU"hed "" Mu*"' "H ** of penitence when even
/p I L ,Hi > Gern,a" ", wh ^ the most arrogant is bent by hu-
nT ;, ,ril K ithat ,ar*e numbers of Jews had miHty to the confession that he
Third Biennial I onrerence. boen pleased from concentration has sinncd wh th most stiff.
The conference has beer, caed to work at tagkh of ,. suppiicates:
to discuss the problems of Polish ^ necMsity. The German was
Jews throughout the world, par- d ag sa th>t eafM wefe
ticularly the critical s.tuation fac|removinK antiJewish son(JS and
in* the three million Jews ^ .
---- rf --------- wnoi
is the culmination of. an(j
eluded 41 "Capitalists." 199 stu- nere sajd that every train, rail-
dents, 89 laborers, and 2G1 depen- road station, bridge and automo-
dents on residents of Palestine. Djje jn the area was an actual
From January to July, there or potential target of the aerial
I were 8,949 immigrants. 5.1091 invaders. At least 100.000 Polees,
"O my God. while yet I was tur'sts and 5.068. returning res-, m08t 0f them on foot, were flee-
unformed I was not worthy, and idents- hile } **__Jigran in* Poland^ war-swept zines to-
now I have been formed. I am as
Poland at the present time. | ordering a cessation of agitation; ^hou*h r rhad not^been formed-
Urging his hearers to remain agajnst wealthy Jews abroad.
neutral in their activities in the
United States, despite their sym-
pathies for Poland, Count Potocki Birkhead Tries To
expreshed contempt for Ger-
many's acceptance of the aid of
Soviet Rushia in the occupation
of Poland. He emphasized that
Polish Jews here, as American New York. (WNS) The Thee, purge them away in Thine
Stop Coughlin
across the land' frontiers. The wards the Rumanian and Russian
authorities permitted 1,716 tour-
ists to remain in the country.
Dust am I in my life; yea. even
more so in my death. Behold me
before Thee like a vessel filled {Invasion Thwarts
with shame and confusion. O
may it be Thy will, O Lord my
God and God of my fathers, that
I may sin no more, and as to
the sins I have
borders.
Anticipating an influx of tens
of thousands of Polish refugees
Rumania took steps to regulate
twt A.4.: C5n~.:4-:^m their entrv by establishing con-
Nazi Anti-Semitism S(,ntratioI/camps for refugees at
Polish Jews here, as American New York. (WNS)Th e | Thee, purge them away in lhine,]pas(?d a declaration
citizens, must follow the leader- Friends of Democracy, through' abundant mercy and not by means I M jn part. Thc
ship of the United States. "You I, Birkhead. national director, of affliction and sore diseases. | ernment was itself
may be called upon to relieve the this week submitted a memoran- Phllo. the Jewish philosopher of (.hara(.tt,r, because f
.'. ....... a._tti.- :_ j__ ..-______!. _* _u_ \li.\-:ntdt-i:i in the first centurv. ....
i- i nreM\ tv. nnJ Htin and Soroca. in Besharabia
j >*<-'-" New York ,\\SMThe Daily
ore, and as to WX. organ of the Communist near the front.er. A majority of
sinned before fe Unite(, States> rc. the Polish refugees are saidIt be
....... -- w.i~ jcws whom Rumania is reluctant
here which .. .. .. ,;,.,;
to admit becausee of the likeli-
fascist "in h"011 ,hat few ever d*?ort" N
character, because for years it
other dountry
southeasteern
suffering of your families in dum. containing a series of charg-1 Alexandria in the first century.
Ppland and to rebuild their de- es against Rev. Charles E. Cough- tells us that on Yon, Kippur even,
. .i * % 4 i i i ____.:_....J ciii-h .Tovvc !K wo'
. Europe is willing to admit them-
has been involved in all plats tor
vastated homes." the Polish Am- lin based upon "hl7 "continuedI such Jews as were careless of beau^eS ^? until a few months "J"^"^ J" ^SJSJ"'?^
bassador said. "To that appeal, abuse of the airways, to the Fed- '-heir religious observances thru- ^ |n c,osest com. all of then are orthodox. Large
oral Communications Commia-I out the year, were moved to piety.
d most generously." -ion. the National Association of His testimony reads like a de
'.l-.-li .'-1 ."HIM .. I'I.....
when it comes. I hope you will
: most generously" -,,.... ..............................-..
Del gates to the conference in- Broadcasters and to individual scription of every country.
radio stations throughout the We read in the Bible, "In the
United States and Canada. sevnth month, on the tenth day
The memorandum registers its of the month, ye shall afflict
munion with the Nazii government ^^ |b m] dm,^ th
and participated mtfci it in th< M, h Thousands re-
d.memberment of Czechoslova- ^^ ^^.^ Ru.
kia: because it followed the Nazi
mania has about 1.000.000 Jeews,
. mania nas arami i.uw.>""
policv of persecution of the .lews ..
' ., ,., who make up five per dent of tn
"Rn.'h n covernment. the decla- ..... .... i.__
elude -hose from Palestine- Ar-
gentina. Brazil. Chile. Uruguay-
Paraguay. Bolivia. Cuba. Mexico. Th(. memorandum registers it- ot tnc monin. ye snu "> Su,.h a government.- tne aecia- 'Efforts have been
I The representatives from ,,,.,... against the Rev. Cough- your souls, and shall do Bo man- ,.,ni(,n ,tatod. couW not defend ^j for more tnall a year to in-
Europi were unable to come ow
war conditions.
use of the nation's airways ner of work, the home-bom or
for the purpose of inciting to riot the stranger that sojourneth
7. Tygel executive director and civil war. and stirring up >n""le' y"- For on thls da>' ,BBU enn had claimed in a front-page
f the Federation of Polish Jews racial prejudice and hatred among atonement be made for you.
. __..i _. elennse: from all vour Sins
Poland.'
Previously, the Communist or-
mad for more than a year to in-
duce at least part of them to
leave the country-
cleanse: from all your -ins before
the Lord shall ye be clean. It is
America- emphasized the need th; American people,
f organizing an immediate ac- xiie document in its sum-,
" f J .....-* th> "ft -* glares that "Father ^"Jttg^ ^ w
ing! f the stricken peoeple in Coughlin has proved himself to
He said that Jews have |,(, an enemy 0f democracy, a
editorial that SSoviet Russia's in-
vasion of Poland bad saved more
than a million Jew- from Nazi
anti-Semitism.
reads) unto you. and ye shall af-
Jewisfa Sections of Polish Towns
Made Nazi Warplane
Objectives
Paris (WNS) According to
"Mom than million Jews living reports reaching newspapers here
western Ukraine and western froltl correspondents in war zones
are now beyond the on j^e eastern front most of the
Pdlai I He said that Jews nave |,(, an enemy 0f democracy, a ouls \nd this shall in western Ik
not lost their faith in their abil- disciple of Fascism, an advocate .Vl.,-.l ity to Burvive their enemies and f violence and a purveyor of >c a" l aka atonement for the' Pa' nf Passat anti-Semitism." | thousands of non-combatants kill-
that it was necessary now to pre- racial hatred. As such, we be- v"' becauge of Bll 'he editorial said- It further said ed ag a result of air-raids by
pare for the time when Poland |ieve )u, has forfeited his right f? : the year." that thp Rc(1 Arniy had ma will be rid of its invaders and to buy time from the nation's ra- th"" S,M thjs entrance "after the semi-Fascist Wilno- Bialystik. Lwow. and other
Jewish life there will have to be d, broadcasting stations." These Vr8ea are I0,1' ~ Polish Government had ceahed to t.it; rehabilitated At the same time In protesting Father Cough- day. in the service or tne ia>< exist and had left them (the Uk- past week continuous bombard-
Mr. Tvgel voiced his conviction ,;-. of tho airways, Friends Atonement And to tnen ^.^ an)] Whhp Rug8,an minori- ment8 over those towns took a
that ultimately the chief hope of of Democracy does not believe it d the prophets noDie ^" tios> t0 thc ravages of war and( t0 of no fewer than 8,600 non-
Jewry lies in Palestine- Hence. I advo(.ates a limitation of freedom tlon: 1* not this tne Fascist enslavement." cimbatants, most of them women
he strongly urged that while the' of speech. it does believe, how- I have chosen, to loose m ------------_----------------- and eh|Mimii 2,000 of whom were
efforts to alleviate the sufferings ever. that true freedom of speech "f w,cke "' ./* AnnraMed T?^flltrppc CrOSS JeW8, ^
in Poland are carried on energeti- on the airwavs can be attained burdens, and to et *e oppressed KetUffeeS OTOBB Newspapers in the Netherlands
cally. Jews of all parties and af- best hv granting free time to P free, and that; ye breaK every hts) Rumania reported that approximately 40-
filiations must unite to further reputablo speakers fox the pur- >'oke? Is it not to dea 1 th> bread --------- ^ ^ ^ k.od ^ mooo
thee speedy reconstruction of thc pose ^ expounding both sides of Jo the hungr>, ana I ^^^ (WSN)Advices from wounded during the past week of
Jewish homeland in Palestine. controversial matters. ^u T- wSn thou >=eest Russia. although unconfirmed, warfare. In Hungary radio bullet-
Wolf Orzech, of Argentine, re- Members of Friends of Demo- ....
5= ;r;,^rv^ .,a t.e--^--t*
brethren in Poland who have been
suffering extreme economic hard- j
ships. The Polish Jewish organ- racial hatreds. Father Coughlin
izatiom is the several South, j,as ahused the radio as "an in-
American countries are united in. gtrument of public service."
a central South American Feder-!______________________________
ation. Mr. Orzech pointed outi"
that there are tremendous possi-|the specific economir require-
bilities for the settlement of ments of their rountnes. He urg-
Jews from Poland in the Argon-. rd that definite plans be formu-
tine and other Latin American. lated for coming to an under-
countries. He said that while the | standing on this problem with the
governments there are disinclined South American JWjernntMte and
to nermit indiscriminate immi- expressed the belief that if SUcn
gration they are amenable to the plans were consumated large
idea of discussing plans for tai- numbers of Jews from Poland
migration along selective lines could be transplanted to South
whereby certain elements would | America within thc next re*
be admitted in accordance with years.
the fulfillment of ultimate, spir- includJ approximately 60.000 Nazi official suggested to Po-
itual responsibilities of man v ^_ ^ ^^ ^^ Jowjsh com. ]jsh soldiel.s, ,ha, they shoot their
his fellow man and to h,s .,oa^ nulnity of fhernowitz. in Ru- Jewish comrades. In Katowico.
This significance was alway Polish-Rumanian Cracow and in other towns. Jew-
... .oo tIwivs munuy >u >n-....-.-........ v.....................
s significance was i y man,a npa,. ,h(% Polish-Rumanian Cracow and in other towns. Jew-
prominent- It was the motive i hordor organized a special wel- jsh women, children and old men
the ancient Temple ritual, where ^ committee t0 provide for the took positions behind barricades
the High Priest bathed to purifl ^^.^ refugees. Jewish eommu- and fought, together with Polish
himself, where he offered .. v throughout Rumania took B0ldiers, until they were shot
fices and chose scapeg^t, where ^ ^.^ ^ ^
he recited his eloquent confc ^ ^ f).om
sional- where he en ered the Holy ^^ ^^ ^^ (WNS)_Dl9patches re-
f f.to fe"2 my-tory of Jews i Bessarabia were said ceived by the Daily Mail from its
rCnv lZ nirit to be apprehensive of a possible correspondent!, in war zones on
The de ruction f the Temple Red Invasion of Bolsheviks from the Eastern Front revealed the
Wu a m p a- end only to Soviet Russia which Has already Polish Jews were suffering every
'the caborae priety ritual but, invaded eastern Polish provinces form of deprivation and hardship
(ConUnued on Page 3) I of White Russia and the UKrainc. (Continued on Page 8)


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i
jwwim rLOJUDUir
FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939
a
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
.RETURN TO CITY
ENGAGEMENT IS
ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. David Sontag of
1762 S. W- 19th Avenue, are an-
nouncing the engagement of their Mr. J, Aron Ahbott- prominent
daughter Phyllis Ethyle to Ben local attorney, returned to the
VISITING IN NORTH
The Jewish Organizations are I^g^^^^^^^ggg^gSS^S
asked to take cognizance of the
following dates so as not to : Emanuel Seitlin left this week
call meetings or hold affairs f,>,- Tulanc University where he
H. Myers of Salem, Mass.. son of city last week after visiting in during the festival of SUCCOS, will enter his sophomore year.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Myers. Miss the North for several weeks.
Sontag attended the University)
of Alabama and the University of Dr. B. J. Coleman of Miami
Miami and is a member of the j Beach, returned here last week
Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Mr. i from New York City where he.
Myers attended the Tilton Aca-, completed some post graduate
demy in Tilton. New Hampshire,' work.
and Lehigh University in Beth-|
lehem, Pa., and is a member of | Mr. I. Silver returned to Miami
Tau Delta Phi fraternity. No from a visit in Hendersonville.
date has been set for the wedding. North Carolina.
Thursday and Friday. Septem-
ber 27th and 28th, and Thurs- Mrs. Pan! Lubin left Wednes-
day and Friday. October 4th day for Yonkers, S Y for a two
SCHOOL
TO OPEN
and 5th. The Festival begins
with the evening preceding the
dates mentioned. Students will
be excused from school provid-
ed an excuse is written by the
Rabbi indicating that they at-
month's stay
and friends.
I ing relatives
Mr. Barney Kraft left for the
north where he will remain for
a two week's business and coin-
tended services during the Sue- ; billed pleasure trip.
cos Festivals.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pepper re-
turned from Hendersonville, N.J > ]{'K1TH
The Harold School. 1717 S. W. C. where they have been visiting TO >IEET
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
IS HELD
The annual election of officers
of the Greater Miami Kosher
The regular meeting of Sholeni Butchers Association was held
l.odge B'nai B'rith will be held recently. Mr. Philip Romer of the
Tuesday evening. September 26th zion Pood Center, was re-elected
13th Street. Miami, under the di- for several weeks.
rection of Mrs. Sadie Weinberg *
and Mrs. Kthel Grossman will j Miss Florence Cromer. daugh-
open Monday, October 2nd at 9:00 ter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cro- L~tY:15'p.~M. at"the MasonicTem- president"." Other "off,, ,,^ elect ,
A. M. Kindergarten and grades mer and Miss Anne Cassel. p](, N w ,-th Avom|(, an(| lgt wm, Mp Joq Reisman ,-,
are offered to students. Anyone daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lionel s. desiring information is please re- Cassel. returned to th ec.ty from ^ eveni wjl, ,,e A,fiv<, Wj,. vice-president; Mr Milton
VISITS
MIAMI
Mr William Feit is visiting in
Miami with his brother ami
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Feit of Miami Beach, where he
will remain for the holidays.

MEETING
TO BE HELD
Freda Markowitz Post of -the
Jewish War Veterans will
Monday evening at S:00 P M at
th< Beth David Talmud Torali.
The Indies Auxiliary will a- i
meet at the same time and place.
Members of both groups are urg-
ed to be present.

SCAVENGER HUNT
HELD
Iota Chi sorority entertain :'
at a scavenger hunt Sunday even-
ing at the home of Miss N'ata-
leah Simons for members and
their escorts. Refreshments were
served and dancing follow-i
quested to phone 2-3579 or 2-0179. Hendersonville. N. C where they
Ham Barrett- foreign news cor- Brogor. financial secretary; Mr
spe, the summer. Mr. and Mrs. respond(,m wW ^.^ w, ,, ^ ......
Cromer and Mrs. Cassel w-,11 re- ..Thp ^^ S(.M(,,. Hurirg: ,ary. ami Mr. Dave Whitman.
the busimss session all commit- treasurer. The Association is en-
tee reports will be heard. tering its fourth successful year
and has a one hundrd per cerrt
membership of the Kosher but-
chers in this area
LUNCHEON MEETING
HELD
A luncheon and meeting of the
Beth David Sisterhood was held RETURNS TO COLLEGE
Wednesday afternoon. September Simon Lipton. son of Mr. and i
20th at the Beth David auditor- Mrs. I. Lipton. returned to Mid- J- W. V. QUEEN
hum Mrs, Isidor Cohen, presi- dlesex School of Medicine at Wal- RETURNS
dent, appointed Mrs. Mendel tham. Mass.. where he will enter (
Scheinberg to take charge of dec- his senior ycarj after spending
orations and arrangements for the summer with his parents
the Succah during the Succos
holidays. Mrs. Scheinberg will DRUM AND BUGLE
be assisted by Mesdames Perry CORPS TO MEET
Mandell, Jack Ehrlich, Chas. The Drum and Bugle Corps of
Mechlowitz. Isidor Langner, Joe j the Jewish War Veterans are an-
Siege], Chas. Abbott. Ben Kan-1 nouncing that their new perma-
del and Louis Margulies. Mrs
Mis- Adele Segail. firs, Jewish DANCE TO
War Veuran Queen ever selected BE HELD
by the Veterans, returned to the The first of a series of "college
city from New York Thursday hops" will be given by the Daugh-
evening. Following Jewish War ters of the Jewish War Veterans
Veterans parade. Adele. acconi- Saturday evening at 9:00 P. M.
panied by her mother. Mrs. Philip at the Nassau Hotel with Misses
Segail. was given an oficial es- Bernadine Roth and Naomi
cort to the train where she was Brooks in charge of arrange-
----- nent meeting place for drilling
Jean Seitlin was appointed chair-, and musical practice will be held I *?ct?d J?y }h atcItinr May10p f """ Ma"yjnowI featurM w"'
man of the annual food sale which at SW- 27th Ave and 16th Ter-."11, Fml W HSPa' and p,<" Pented during the evening
will be held in November- race, Miami, every Wednesday V. a bou< n w i. t 'n New York she was met by Carl door,
evening at 7 P.M. sharp. In pre-1
paration for the next National
Byoir and Associates, then puh-
C. C C. ENROLLMENT
TO BEGIN I Encampment which will be held in
The State Welfare Board which Boston, the Corps will be en- "?!,,!" "i? WM 8corted
is the selecting agency for the larged to sixtv-four memebersJ t0.'he, W,rW 8 Fair and *,Vf
CCC in the State of Florida, an- All new applicants are asked to "ffJ'^ J^c at the Florida
nounces that there will be a CCC apply immediately so that they 2IX J ^.^"^ ^\ C"!""'
enrollment early in October. Boys
between the ages of 17 and 23
years of age who wish to join
th' Corps should apply imme-
diately to the District Welfare
may attend rehearsals and drills.
I
licity representatives of the Citv
president of the State Chamber

Great Annual
HOME SALES
ns'truments will be furnished if f 5TJT*" "'" *"*" '"
,,.,. t>- _j -Li. v bribed her name the officia
necessary. Boys and girls be-
tween the ages of 12 to 16 years
arc eligible. November 11th un-
1
guest celebrity book at the Fair.
Miss Segail will hold this title
Board office at 31 S. E. First der the auspices of the American un"1 th ncxt ,wtinn;i1 encamp-
Sti t. or at the branch offices LeKion the <-orps wi compete in of *he '* War Veterans
in llialeah. Perrine or Home- drill and drum majors contests ,""' L n,,f',1 StateB whkh wi"
SORORITY
MEETS
le held in Boston.
major?
in Miami Beach The Corps is
the only all Jewish organization
of its kind in this area arid has ANNOUNCES REMOVAL
rec- ived national favorable com- OF OFFICES
i Beta Sorority opened the ment on its appearances during Dr. Harold Hand announces the
n with a meetng held at the the J. W v. Convention parade removal of his officea the Du
home of Miss Kthel Mintzer Wed- and the Labor Day parade. Mr. Pont Building. Miami
sday evening. Important bus- Barney Kraft is captain ii|i,I
iness was transacted and electior. Lieutenant Harry Schulman is
of officers will take place at the drum master and musical direc-
next meeting. tor
MR. and MRS.
LOUIS SCHOENBURG
of
CHICAGO, ILL.
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939
THE JEWISH FL0RID1AN
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1939
VOLUME 12.NUMBER 37.
Tishri, 5700
Throughout the world this week Jews are celebrating the
birth of a new year. The traditional blowing of the Shofar,
characteristic of the Rosh Hashonah services, is a solemn call for me-' fnr hini" tpl1
(Continued from Page 1)
loft untouched the purpose of
Yom Kippur. There is a lovely
anecdote told about Rabbi Joha-
nan ben Zakkai who once stood
gazing with his pupil Rabbi Josh-
ua at the ruins of the Temple,
and Rabbi Joshua said. "Woe un-
to us. that the place where the
Jews were forgiven for their sins
is
Rabbi .
do not regret it. We have an- the lowdown on the Jewish scene, sent us a really sweet let-
other medium, as good, for the ter....."Dear Phineas," writes Bernard, "this is the sea-
forgiveness of sin. It is: Do good son when all good Jews purge their consciences and try to
desirnf0rHit S 12ft!: 2 ltone for thr sins_____You have much to answer for______I
i desire mercy and not sacrifice. .
I The synagogue and the entire thmk xt 1S a *** mitzvah to give you a chance to repent the
j membership of Israel now perpe- many, many things that must be burdening your conscience,
I tuated the tradition once per- [ if any. ... So take a week off, and give your eager readers
j formed by the Temple and its ser- the enclosed column, which is so good that you shouldn't be
' vants. And to recall the former .. ... ...
j magnificience of Jerusalem the 13urPed if your editors get the idea of making your vacation
! Abodah service, a description of permanent" ... So here, dear readers, is Mr. Postal's mas-
the priestly ritual was added to terpiece.....
j the liturgy of the prayer house.
! The day had become the day of. rr, i...> '* .... *- u. tx. ,, ,
mon-c twi-.* An t Li "" doM f Prof'ss to <'c *h0 seventh son of a seventh son,
man s judgment, a day of peni- .
tence. a day of moral regenera-1 "ut now ,hat war ,s n faot a ewiple safe predictions can
tion and appeal for forgiveness. '>c risked. ... So here goes. Oswald Mosley's English Fas-
cists will disappear before many a day. either voluntarily or
by official action. The German-American Bund will also
do a vanishing act. The refugee problem will remain at
could be forgiven by God for sln|9*8TUS I'10- w',n 'h anti-Xazi emigres in England. France and
committed against a fellow man! Poland battling for a chance to take a poke at the N'azis. .
without the previous pardon ofU new Jewish legion, one that will make the 1915-18 one look
the wronged individual- ''He who,i;i., r> o t -mi i in x-
,T ... .. .'like a Hoy Scout Troop, will be organized. The Nazis
says. "I will sin, and the Dav of ... '
Atonement shall make atonement ; w',n "" ,,losP Jewish RCientsts whom they booted out of Ilit-
us the lerland. Many of them contrived plenty of useful gadgets
And no confession guaranteed ab-
solution without the accompani-
ment of a profound resolve to im-
prove the conduct of life. None
Rabbis, "the Day of Atonement and formulas in the last war.....\nti-Seiiiitisni will cro into
is of no avail." And again. "Sins ,\,.,.yu, everywhere, sine, it is svnonvmous with Nazism, now
committed against his fellow rent. _..'.,. ,, .
_ .. a much-hated term. P.ntain will -non sav thank vou to
are pardoned only after his fol-
low man's pardon has been oh- ""' T,MV- for having built up Palestine industry and for hav-
tained." ing developed the Tel Aviv port and airport. Dr. Chaim
These passages are far from Wei/matin's chemical wi/ardv. which ill 101 1-1 < did much to
has a B,
to meditation and moral inventory. It begins the ten-day
period known as the Ten Days of Penitence, which are culmi-
nated with Yom Kippur. the day of Atonement, the most sol-
emn day of the Jewish year.
The war in Europe, with its catastrophic possibilities was
the theme most widely used bv Rabbis in their High Holiday
. ., .. i i j i j mere rhetoric. The day
services. As they surveyed the year which has ended and ... ,, ,., i ;.
j > j lite and death seriousne--- I- it
looked into the new year, their plea was for peace and under- no, :U thi- very moment that
standing among all peoples. Frightful as the past year has man. a driven leaf, stand? at the
been for civilization, and in the face of the year's calamities, throne of judgment, trembling at lasl war over 1,500.000 Jews fought in all the armies and aboni
Jewish spiritual leaders nevertheless expressed a deep faith *be possible decrees? is it not 10 p eent of ,, WCre killed--------Judging from the nm -
that Jewry and civilization would emerge, as it has always be- t^^ZZr^^ZlX^ *** ***>
fore, revitalized and strong, and that out of all this woe would that the seal is set to the fate es- ;""
ive England, will again be put at Britain's disposal. And
your columnist's book- on the history of the Jew as a soldier
will have to be delayed until after this war i- over. ... In ll
of every soul ?
soon to be serving with the Canadian. Australian and
What shiil we New Zealand troops, the world war figure "ill be heavily
s-urpas
:ome a rebirth of the human spirit.
The blast of the Shofar was compared, by Rabbi Segal of ^"before Thee, o Thou Wh<
_. ,, dwellest on high, and what sntti.
Mount feboh Congregation, New York, to the sound of a re- M Thep Thou Who rftmTm,nitv it Haliofa Eastern Galicia a Jew-
veille "which calls all Israel to a spiritual mobilization." abide8, in ,ho heaveM? Do.t The ,Karillte community at Halich. Eastern Gal.cia. aJew
"Israel." he said, "chooses to banish the sword and to raise Thou not know alT things, both h sect long- separated from the main body of Judaism, has
aloft as a shield the Book of Peace. In that book tears re- the hidden and revealed? Tho gone anti-Semitic and is harrying its Jewish neighbors. .
aioit as a snieia wie o trannnilitv lowest the mysteries of the uni- The Revisionist daily in Palestine. Hamshkif. recently reported
veal a quest for hfe-a life of unend n/^ml*t/r verse and .he hidden secrets of ^ lke ieched the ..Jabotinskv Research Institute"
In his sermon at the Free Synagogue in Carnegie HaU. livin(r. Thou searcH0St all the JJ what { but we don^
New York, Dr. Stephen S. Wise said that the "tale that is old innermost recesses and triest the iei AV,J- ; 00^ tn Arah terrorists
-persecution wandering and war-will "forever renew it- reins and the heart. Naught is .... In Northern Palestine Arabs opposed to Arab terroris
persecution, wandering ana war natriotism insuffi. hidden from Thee, neither U any- have organized armed groups for their own protection
self until men understand that not only is patriotism insult. ^^ ^ Thjne ^ .. J J^ par ^ ^ ^.^ ^ ^^ blQod
:ient, but even that world citizenship is not enough. Such ,g the note and theme of
Even more is needed," he added, "and must be claimed the twen,y.four hour liturgy, from
by mena sense of kinship with all humans under the only Kol Nldre at the one sunset th-u
kingship that is secure and irrefragable: the Divine Sever-1
eighty."
B'NAI B'RITH
tijjBJ
NOTES
(BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL)
The members of Sholem Lodge
should be very anxious to attend
the coming business meeting next
Tuesday evening at Biscayne
Temple.
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Important reports will be made
by the various committee chair-
men who were named at the re-
cent'State Federation Convention-
hand information relative to mat-
ters of vital importance taken up
at the Jacksonville Convention.
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sunset. The poetic petitions lead
every .Tew to his holiest moments,
even as on this day. once upon
a time, the High Priest was
granted admission to the honest
corner of the Temple. The pray-
ers set before the Jew his super-
ior self his character at his best
The important resolutions
drafted and passed by the Con-' moment, the character he ought
ventiort will be discussed and the j to be at every moment. The
membership will be enlightned as | function of these prayers Is on-
to the major projects for the ( ticism- They review daily life.
average behavior, in eontras: to
-B--------- j the qualities and conduct of the
Brother President Pallot is ex- ideal life- And it is though
pected to make an exhaustive re-! (Continued on Page 6)
port on the resolutions adopted___________________--------------------
for the ensuing year-
---------B---------
coming year.
In addition to the above.
fred William Barrett, prominent
your foreign correspondent. Mr-
B
^ESTftTeSS. talk Who returned i-ecently from
events within the scope of A. D. European rip. will^address the
work will bear watching and may lodge, selecting as his subject.
be referred to in discussions at
the coming meeting.
---------B
Your reporter, as
Passing Scene
--------B--------
Don't miss this big
meeting!
Chairman of Next Tuesday night. S:00 o'clock.
the Meetings Committee was for-
tunate in securing as guest speak-
The Brothers will receive first er for next meeting the Hon. Al-
at Biscayne Temple, corner of N.
W. First Street and Fifteenth
Avenue.
ritual trial of the 1880's, in which the victim was defended by
the late Thomas Masaryk, father of Czechoslovakia. The
object is to prove that the Czechs were not pro-Jewish. A
monument to Horst Wessel, Nazi "hero," has been erected at
Treppau. Sudetenland, on the site of a synagogue burned by
Nazi vandals. Special telephone books are being published
in Germany for Jewish subscribers, who are now barred from
the regular phone directories. .
The Hillel Foundation at the University of Illinois has
cooked up a scheme to aid refugee students that is sweeping
college circles. Co-eds who usually get orchids from their
dales" now get a little card from the florist saying that the
money has been used to aid a refugee to eat. The Hasrirah
Publishing Company in Holland is compiling a volume called
Jewish Organizations' A. R C," which will list all major
Jewish organisations in every country of the world. Jews
were among the participants in a Passion Play performance
given at Spearfish, South Dakota, as a community venture. .
A plan is afoot to convert the Jewish exhibit in the Hall of
Religion at the San Francisco Golden Gate Exposition into a
permanent Jewish museum on the Pacific Coast. While va-
eationing at Belmar, N. J., we saw at bast two policemen re-
move copies of Coughlin's "Social Justice" from traffic sig-
nal boxes, where they had presumably been left for them. .
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THE JEWISH rLOBIDIAN
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
ABOUT PEOPLE
Among the Americans who got
back from Europe in the nick of
time is Ezra Shapiro of Cleve-
land, who was particularly an-
xious not to be delayed becau^
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
FOR THE YEAR
**
Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and
6:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning at 8:80.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School9:00 a
m., to 12:00.
"DAY OF ATONEMENT"
The "Day of Atonement" ser-
vices will be ushered in the Beth
David Synagogue with a "Kol
Nidrei" prayer at 6:00 o'clock
Friday evening, September 22,
and will terminate sundown on
Saturday-
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the services. Cantors Louis
Hayman and Louis Weinkle will
chant the Traditional Prayers-
Friday evening Rabbi Shapiro
will speak on the subject, "Israel
and Humanity Reborn'."
"Yiscor." or Memorial Services
for the deprated will take place
Saturday morning at 11:30 o'clock
Preceding this service at 11:00
o'clock the Rabbi will speak on
the subject. "Tomorrow's Vista."
The "N'eilah" services, or con-
cluding prayer for the "Day of
Atonement" will be recited Sat-
urday at 5:00 o'clock. Preceding
that service the Rabbi will preach
in Yiddish. "Ignorance in Ac-
tion."
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Beth David Sunday School is
happy to announce that its fac-
ulty this year will consist of sev-
eral of its former teachers who
have been most faithful to this
BETH DAVID CHOIR
It is the intention of the Board
of Directors to compensate its
choir this comine year. Beth
Da
SEEKS NAME FOR
NEW TRAIN
New York. Sept. 14.A contest
seeking a name for the new
he has just been appointed as streamlined train which the At-
special Counsel of the City of lantic Coast Line Ral road and
Cleveland in that municipality's, the Florida East Coast Ra.lwa
fight against the local gas com- will operate dally service between
pnnv. Shapiro BUCfeeeda the New York and Miami thu Win-
late Newton D. Baker in that po- ter, was announced today ">
stion. Francis P. Matthews, these railroads.
neW Supreme Knight of the Prizes of $650 were offered in
Knights of Columbus, is a good the contest, with a first awara
friend as well as a fellow Oma-' of $300. Second prize will be
han of Henry Monsky. president $150. third prize $75, and 25 otn-
of B'nai B'rith. ... If you want er awards of $5. The awards
proof of the extent of Jewish will be made on the basis of suit-
blood among leading South An icans, we call your at*entior" to with the constant's brief explan-
the fact that F-frain Cardoza is ation of the name eh..sen by him
the new Minister of Just..- of The rules announced that the
Paraguay and that a gentleman first Prizo would be awarded
FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939
Rabbi Morris A. Shop. B. J. Co-
hen. Herbert Tallisman, Martin
Sigal. and Mrs- Nat Berman,
president of the Women's Auxili-
ary.
.lack Hoffman, president of the
Local Chapter of A. Z. A. gave a
brief speech telling the aims of
the organization.
Refreshments were served.
choir this coming year. Ben -- ; the r ^^ ,. ,g ^ f,. thp
Davrd is known to have a beau- u> t,,c '""- .._,,, t t___,v_ ,..;,u the
tiful choir originally under the Governor of Brazil's Rio do .Tan- tram or not. together w h he
direction of the world-famous eiro Province.....And by tie most appropriate reason icr such
Cantor I. Kaminsky. Several so-
prano and alto voices are lacking,
and we therefore urge young
women who wish to become af-
filiated with the Beth David
choir to contact Cantor Louis
Hayman, or phone 2-1473.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
In keeping with the traditions
of Israel a program of vast scope
is being prepared for those who
are interested in the cultural and
spirituel work of our people.
Those who are interested are
way. a Slovak with the Jewish- a name- The second, third and
sounding monicker of Mo-.cs Kir- other awards are to be made in
schenbaum is the secretary of the order of excellence, and may
the anti-Semitic Hlinka Party in not be the same name as that
Slovakia. Ben Marein. who is used by the first prize winner.
a regular contributor to Touch- The rules stated that all entries
lin's "Social Justice." is our ."Id must be delivered or bear post-
fiaml Boris Brasol, a rollabora- mark prior to midnight October |
tor on Henry Ford's ''Dearborn 10- Awards will he made by No-
Independent" Alls quiet vember 1.
again on the Jewish War Vetc'1- The streamlined cars, of light-
ans front. Feeling that in weight stainless steel construc-
these days of strife unity cones tion are now being built in the
first, the opposition headed by Budd plant at Philadelphia. The
Samuel Friedman withdrew be- 2000 horsepower diesel locomo-
fore the convention op: el. tives are being built by the Elec-
asked to join English or Yiddish You know, of course, th.'; Edgar tro-Motive Corporation. LaGrange
groups in the following subjects: Hunnan of Brooklyn was elected Illinois. The train is expected to
"Ain-Yacov," "Mishnais," "Or- national Commander-irt-Ch:of. hut go into service about December
ach-Chaim." "Hilchos Derach-Er- did you know that A.lelc St'gall, 1 on a New York-Miami schedule
etz;" all these groups will be un- one of Florida's chosen rejuesen- of 25 hours, the fastest ever set
der the direct supervision of the tatives for Florida Week at the up for that run-
Rabbi. New York World's Fair, won Ine ----------------------------------
J. W. V.'s popularity conUst at
the Miami convention ? Bos-
ton, by the way. will see th vet-
erans' 1940 conclave. Gover-
JUNIOR CONGREGATION
The Junior Congregation will
conduct services in the Beth Dav-
id auditorium, Saturday. Septem- nor Lehman's meshpoche is e.t-
By S. J. Bubis
ber 23rd from 10:00 to 12:00 A-
M. Harold Shapiro and Stanley
Hayman will conduct the ser-
vices.
Strictly Confidential
(Cintinued from Page 3)
The author of "You and Hered-
ity" claims that "if a rib! fath-
ered by Adolf Hitler were by
some whimsy fate exchanged at
birth with a child of a Je.v'-h
rabbi, and each were reared un
father.
institution; and in addition, for I""'"*1* b-v the wronp
Hitlers 'ia'.c would grow up to
ting into America's blueblood
families. One niece is wed to
a grandson of William Jenniifgs
Bryan. Another. June Ross-
bach, is affianced to Jonathan
Brewster. who is a descendant fo
Elder Brewster, one of the '< i.ri-
ders of the Plymouth Colony.
Judge Rosalie Ixiew Whitney, who
recently died in New York, was
buried from Holy Trinity Church
in Brooklyn, but one of the Amer-
ican Jewish Year Books in the
early Urdu's listed her among
prominent American Jews.....
The new postmaster of T.T.t'u.
Texas, is a postmistress. Mrs .!
R. Goodman. .
ORLANDO B'NAI B'RITH
HOLDS OPEN MEETING
The Local Chapter of Bnai
Brith held an open meeting Tues-
day evening. September 1'.', at H
p.m. in the vestry room of the
Temple Ohcv-Shalom with Mr.
Abe Hamowitz as chairman.
The members discussed plans
for the coming year and strength-
ening of the Ladies Auxiliary.
Reports were given by Brothers
A /- A. INSTALLATION
Sunday evening at 5 o'cloi
the vestry room of the T. mple
Ohev Shalom, official install
of th.- Orlando Chapter of "A. V.
A 's was held.
A group of delegates led by
Phillin Selber, came from Jack-
sonville to perform the ceremony.
After the installation speeches
were made by Morris A. Skop,
Rabbi. Congregation Ohev-Sha-
lom. Mr. B- J. Cohen, president
of the State delegation B'na
Brtih Lodge. Mrs. Nat Berman
president Women's Auxiliary. Mr
Louis Baum and others.
Mr. Herbert Tallisman. who is
a leader in Jewish Welfare Work
was made Chapter Advisor.
Officers of the newly ele ted
group are: President Jack II ff-
man, Vice-President Maynard I i
hen. Secretary Bryson 1
Treasurer Jack Kaminoff, Sar-
geant at Arm- Sanders K ttl
man. Chaplain Harold Zag I in
and Reporter Samuel Bubis
Other members are Sigmond
Zaeoriah. Charl.es Shader, Ze
Wihe. Oscar Tctenbaum. Orin
Lieberman. Ansel Wittenstein and
Murry Zimmerman. Myer Sigal,
sponsor.
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the first time, twelve licensed
teachers who are teaching at the
schools in Dade County will help
complete the faculty. The names
of the teachers will be announc-
ed in nert week's issue-
The school will officially open
Sunday. October 1, at 10:00
o'clock with the annual "Succos"
celebration given to the children
by the Sisterhood. Parents are
requested to bring their children
at this hour. Full details as to
the curriculum will be mentioned
in next week's issue.
TALMUD TORAH
Classes for the Hebrew School
are convening every afternoon
from 3:15 to 6:15; Monday and
Tuesday, September 25th and 26th
from 3:30 to 5:30registration
will take place. It is mandatory
that parents register their chil-
dren at the designated time at the
beginning of the semester.
A new curriculum is being ar-
ranged by the Rabbi and Mr. L.
Gadon. which will include He-
brew. Chumosh with Rashi, Ge-
mori. Religion and Ccremoniese.
be 'Jewish' in temperament,
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
62-'i Michican Avenue
Thime 5-\W
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-ZU13
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES
Services for the Day of Atone-
nicnet will begin Friday evening
at 6:00 P. M. The Kol Nideri
will be chanted by Cantor Mam-
ches together with the Beth Jac-
dl> choir of six blended voices un-
der the direction of Mr. Alex-
ander Drucker. Rabbi Mescheloff
will speak on the subject: "The
World Keeps its Pledge"
In the Talmud Torah building
the service will be chanted by
Rev. H. Hochberp. service begin-
ning at the same time.
Services will begin Saturday
morning at 7:30 in the Talmud
Torah building where services
will be chanted by Messrs. Goldirr.
Shapiro and Hochberg Services
in the new synagogue building
will begin at 8:00 A. M. being
chanted by the cantor and choir
with the assistance of Rev. S.
(iuttmaiv
Memorial Services, Yizkor. will
be held at 10:00 A. If., in both
synagogues. Rabbi Mescheloff
will preach on "A Call to the
World" in the Talmud Torah
building' and on "Relieving Ju-
daism" in the new building. Rab-
bi Mescheloff will also chant the
Bg N'eila service-
We wish all Israel a "Gmar
Chassima Tovah "
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
REGISTRATION
Official registration for the
i w year will take place Sunday
morning. October 8th. at 10:00
A M All children, members and
non-members, new students or
old, must register that mornirfg.
As usual, our daily Hebrew
School course will consist of five
different classes under the in-
struction of Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches and Miss Sonya Shpall.
This five year course begins with
the study of the Hebrew alpha-
bet. Hebrew reading and writir/g;
study of the sidur and services;
the Hebrew languagetransla-
tion, stories, compositions; the
Jewish religion, its laws and cer-
emonies; Yiddish reading and
writing; the Bible in its original
text.
Children between the ages of
C< and 1.3 are urged to be regis-
tered.
SUNDAY SESSIONS
REGISTRATION
Those children whose parents
wisb to register them for only
the Sunday morning sessions of
lur Religious School must also
apply on Sunday morning. Octo-
8th.
An excellent staff including
most of last year's teachers has
1 en engaged for the coming
semester. Every teacher has had
years of Sunday School exper-
ience and a college background.
Attorney A. I,. Mechlowitz will
be the school superintendent.
This year's curriculum includes
a kindergarten class, the study
of Biblical and post-Biblical Jew-
ish history, including contempor-
ary and modern Jewish history-
It will include the study of cur-
rent Jewish events. Projects of
various kinds, drawings and cut-
outs in the lower grades; relig-
ion in the graduating class. Bongs
classic and modern Hebrew will
be taught in assemblies by our
cantor. Miss Josephine Kaxin
will again be our school pianist
As in former years -our assembly
will be open to the public, and
will be held each Sunday from
11:80 to 1:00. Falulty meetings
will be held each Sunday from
12:00 to 12:30 P. M.
RELIGIOUS HIGH SCHOOL
BEING ORGANIZED
The two courses will be held
each Sunday from 10:00 to 12:00
They will include the study of
,' St-Biblical literature, the dis-
cussion of contemporary Jewish
problems, the analywis of current
Jewish events, talks on vocation-
al guidance and lectures by pr >m
inent visitors.
Applicants must enroll Sunday
morning. October Sth at 10:00
o'clock.
A twice-a-week course is also
being planned for boys only over
the age of 13. Registration for
this class will be held at the same
A new branch is being added
to our Religious School this year
in the form of a High School.
The first two years of High
School will be opened this year
for past graduates of our Sunday
Sessions These classes are open
to all graduates of our own or
any other accredited Sunday
S hool We will also accept all
boys over 14 years of age.
time.
MIAMI BEACH M1ZRACHI TO
OPEN SEASON
The Miami Beach Miirachi will
1 begin the new year with a Mela-
veh Malkeh to be held Saturday
flight. October 7th. in the Talmud
To1*h building. A varied pro-
gram is being prepared which
will include vocal and instrumen-
tal musi a number of important
reports, and the organization of
a Women's division of the Miami
Beach Mizrachi- A report on the
number of trees already purchas-
ed towards our pledge of two
hundred trees for the Rabbi Ber-
lin Forest will be made by our
secretary. Mr. Max Feit A re-
port on the distribution of J- N-
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FROM
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J. S. MAS'
| PHARMACY
j First and Washington Avc.
PHONE 5-9953
MIAMI BEACH
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Season's Greetings
To Our Many Friends
and Patrons
COMMUNITY
GROCERY CO.
50 X. W. 22nd Avenue
Phone 4-1732
WlemoJdai 9Axiy,eAd foh. J/ont KippuJi
MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR THE DEAD
For the Father:
M.iy God remember the soul of our
honoured father (A. B.) who is gone to his
repose: for that. I now solemnly cfier
charity for his sake: in reward of this, may
his soul enjoy eternal life, with the souls
of Abraham. Isaac and Jacob: Sarah. Rebecca.
Rjchc-1 and Leah, and the rest of the right-
eous males and females that are in Paradise:
and let us say. Amen.
For the Mother:
May God remember the soul of my
honoured mother (C D.) who is gone to
her repose, for that I now solemnly offer
charity for her sake; in reward of this, may
her soul enioy eternal life, with the souls
ol Abraham. Isaac and Jacob; Sarah. Rebecca.
RaJiel and Leah, and the rest of the right-
eous males and females thai are in Paradise;
and let us say, Amen.
rather of Life I pray Thee to vouchsafe
rest unio ihe soul of my sainted (father-
mother I May (his-her) spirit have found
peace upon the heights of eternal light.
pure, undimmed peace unto all eternity!
Mav (his her) soul be bound Thee in purity
and salvation! And for me (his-her) earthlv
child, who still walks in the shadows of
this world, subject to changeable fortune, to
error and sin. may that sainted soul intercede
before Thy throne, that I may be protected
upon all my ways and deserve Thy grace.
O Lord' Thou givest. Thou takest away
Thy name be praised for ever and ever.
Amen.
TI3P
(caw nic '?k ngf) c.r?K itsr
rrpx "tjvj <#?? -i2jj; .'js'^'r1? "JS.tc*
"1TTSJ5 ,"i-'.-u: "zc: xrn rn n?c's .n?3
(e*3a) 'r*"3 *sk rcr; c*~7x -.itp
TO* "WJUV-rap *9!?^?fW
-.%? r.-.n? ,-nr?; Hjjri .-J. *i;u>= ..-nrj
apjpj pijsp .c.tj::k nni?: c? .c'n.n
cp'"* -?i?ev;.,-kS] hrn fljjjpj ,nny
tpy :-.sxr. .f- j;;-? rvj^j
mien .conoa pic .ccm k^s "h*
niP03 .IWJOT wa jy .nnaj rmUB
cvrsta y fine (vvno 'BM)"n '3 nct n
*: noja (notoy*) ts/nfi (nsfna)
.(nnevi) movi msin iys n&n vm
>ya \sft .(nnmjo) lnmje mn py pa
.rotyt rua ir,:; vnna< .e*cmn
(nnocj) vise: dk enn itixs mn
(nun*.) nan (nntou) vrtro win
ton idk;i .(nsrs-s) i:2fd ty Bfim
.
Riga (WNS)luan Ruiz. Bra-;
zilian diplomat returned here.
from Poland with heart-rending 1
tales of the plight of war refu- j
gees, a majority of whom he said ]
were Jewish. Ruiz said he had]
seen thousands of Jewish refugees
stranded in trains or trudging
through towns, many of which
erous bodies along the tracks.
were still aflame. He saw num-
mostly of aged men. women and
children. Ruiz said he had seeen
thousands of Jewish refugees in
war-scarreed towns wounded or
paralyzed with shock, and bodies
of killed and wounded
F boxes will be made by Mrs.
Kalstein. Refreshments will be
served.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SE \s<\'s
!
GREETINGS j
To <>ur Many Friends
and Acquaintances
J. H. MANN
& SON
BUILDERS
1646 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE :l-.-)74!)
. GREETINGS .
John A. Moore
and
Biscayne
Engineering Co.
47 N. W. First Street
4
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H. L. Oppenborn j
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GEO. E. BUNNELL CO.
CONTRACTOR
79 N. E 20th Terrace
585 N. E. 58th Street
Phone 3-1922
Phone 7-2876
Ir1
GREETINGS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Kantro Nursery
3155 S. W. 23rd Street
SIN (Kin-: WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Electrolux, Inc.
Postal Building
SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Hirseh-Fauth Furniture Co.
EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE
Interior Decorators and Importers
Riscayn Boulevard at Fourteenth Terrace
PHONE 3-4669 MIAMI

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It is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our
Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
Sincere Good Wi'hes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE CITY ICE Hi FUEL CO.
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SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PERRY'S DAIRY
626 N. W. Tenth Street
PHONE 2-7221
CLEAN MILK
RAW OR PASTEURIZED
FROM MY OWN TESTED HERD
Yon arc a-um] of the best and safest bottle of milk
that can be produced when you buy from us.
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THE JKWUH TLOMPIAW
FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
69S6 Indian Creek Drive4-126S 630 N. E. 31st St.2-J54I
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both o> the Rabbis will be In the Temple every mornln*-.
Y.ou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis commu-
nity, or you:- pcisonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
world shall come to serve the I
Lord and bless His glorious name.
"Now therefore, 0 Lord our
God. impose Thine awe upon all
Thy works and Thy droad over'
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
(Continued from Page ")
mond-ball team, will honor Dr.
the New York World's Fair. What
relaxation-
Accept my apologies Milt Fried-
man for omitting your name as
chairman of the last Cavalcade
,. : Barney Weinkle. noted local phy- .
a that Thou hast created, thai ..: cn 0I otars snow-
al. Thv works may fear Thee. "'" ^ /^ar^ai' Jack Apte h W
and all creatures worship TheeJ 'J^er 24th at its flfthi am.ua I a fj(?htjng. spjrit
that they may all form one band I ^ ** "jT^.. t1?! CngratS t0 Dr" Har'd Rand'
to do Thy will with a perfect |
heart; even as we know, 0 Lord,
that dominion is Thine."
I held at the Mahi Shrine Temple,
1411 Biscayne Boulevard. At
that time Dr. Weinkle will be
"Y" Home Camp Physician who
recently opened his new offices
in the Du Pont Building.
| presented with a trophy in behalf | chic Mflnn onp rf Mjami,s Ws.
As the day grows late and the of the "Y by Mr Maurice Gross- rf n bow,crg hag con
sented to coach the amateurs in
the recently formed Y. M. H A.
duckpin league. Come to the
Miami Recreation alleys any
Thursday evening and watch
your favorites do battle.
s low the Neilah. the closing; man. Executive Director of the
Miss Ethel Mintzer. runner-up
in the recent J- W. V. comes:.
sun i*
service of the Day of Atonement,
is concluded with the blowing
of a ram's horn' Rabbinic legend
has it that on that future day will be presented a gift as the
when the Messiah will come for: "Y" Queen.
man's redemption, a ram's horn; ______^______
1 will be blown to announce to the
world the establishment of the
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
vices will be held at 4:00 P. M.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will preach
on "Atonement Reflections on
Daily Life"
Friday evening. September 22
at 8:15 P. M., atonement eve Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan will lecture on
"Atonement for Self, Family, Is-
rael and Mankind." Saturday
Septonber 23, atonement day
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will,
preach on "Without Benefit of! ,
Clergy" at 10:00 A. M. A 0ctober 2nd at 2:30 P' M in KaP"
Youth service will be conducted lan **a"" An out'ine of the forth-
at 1:00 P. M- Saturday with Rab-1 coming year's plans and chair-
bi Colman A. Zwitman delivering1 men reports will be. presented,
the sermon entitled "Rules for, An interesting program will be
the Road of Life." Memorial ser- | heard and refreshments served-
RAMBLING AROUND TOWN
kinRdom of Peace, in which men
will live by truth and righteous-
ness will cover the earth. The
note has a particular relevance!
to the desire of man today.
SISTERHOOD
The first meeting of the sea-
son of the Sisterhood will be held
l/^ is the BEST.' _
The Gates of Prayer
(Continued from Page 3)
nal as the questioner. But soi
long as man is a social being hoi
will proceed to another question:!
what part has he playd in his!
society, what kind of world has|
these prayers that the Jew is Ief he helped create? Is his world
to penitence. Like Jonah, whose motivated by justice, love, p.'ioe?
story is read in the afterno.,. gI>r- I- i: possibly otherwise.' ard if
vice, man recognizes that theie so, is not the individual" pirr,-r
is no flight from the Lord and to the e-uilt and destiny of the
Hls Law- tyranny? Who has Ri'ven the
The order to repent, to return """h" jPPre"ion' ami wha
to the Lord when one stumbles in hteU* Ho ,n the w pW
iniquity, is the principle message
e moral foundation- have
of the entire Yom Kippur
crumbled? In the final analysis
vice. The one "day Z"'Z yew fj^f ^"t h k"aW" K" h'
is deliberately appointed for ,ivdu"1 members, and only m
man's reflection and for his re-1 '"T*' "n,:versc tan the mnl
formation. For there is much to j e at home'
contemplate, much to improve! That is why. in addition to Ms
face to face with himself and in Personal confessional, the l.-v
the presence nf his God. man prays for a day when all the
asks himself what has he donej
with his individual life, what <*
have been his ambitions, where'{
has he exceeded and where mis-, j
sed his mark? Can the indivi-
dual rehearse his year's activi-l
ties with utmost complacence? :
Have there been, perhaps, ideals I
betrayed, or compromised? What
questions indeed will not a man,
ask of himself in his solitariness?
What shortcomings may he not |
find, and what more effectively!
than an awareness of failure will
stimulate him to correction?
What has man done with nr.A
to himself is a question as eter-
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MOHEL
PHONE 2-0828
300 N. W. l.th Ave.
WOLPERT'S
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We Refuse To Be Undersold
155 W. FLAGLER ST.
<, PHONE 3-4132
MR. AND MRS.
PHILIP EISENBERG
AND FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
KOSHER ZION
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H. SIMONS
Phone 2-3151
YOUNG RABBI
37 years old. married, two chil-
dren, well versed in Yiddish
and English: Excellent Chazan,
Organizer.
Wonderful sneaker, Hffbrew 4
Sunday School teacher; Shoched
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GREYHOUND LINES
GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION ,
ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM Ph. 54812
515 WASHINGTON AVENUE
563 COLLINS AVENUE
nrnimim.*m!,-,nlnm|llmDiii
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LEADING HOTEL
C/f'O ~ proof hot.I In the
J II W lot F B t""n downtown
COMFORT Ik""ul*
LOMFORT toon will, tub and
ahow.r. toll walor.
radio, and VonoUan blinda. Evory k*4
wllh Innoraprina mattreoo and reading
lamp. Running Ice water on every floor.
rOPULAt.rlllCED
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
COFFEE SHOP
Other J. I. Pound Horeli
_W.tIP.ttw-Clietleeeo<. H.t.l P.S.Io-5e.or...l
Lou "Life Guard" Safan is do-
ing a swell job with the publi-'
city. Congrats.
Al Pallot our distinguished [
president finally "took time off
from his daily labors to relax at ,
GREETINGS
CARL GRAEFE S
Delicatessen and Restaurant j
10938 Buc.yne Blvd. Ph. 7-9248 |
SERVED AT POPULAR PRICESj
BreakfastLuncheeDinnera
Best Wishes to All for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DAUM'S KOSHER
MARKET
159 X. W. Fifth St.
Phone 3-1430
MIAMI
424 Collins Ave.
Phone 5-2044
At National Kosher Market
WANTED! A NAME
?-oa /hneuca'd. hewut Daify SOieamtmed T5tain
$650 in CASH PRIZES
uT'ttU, I0" "J.about December 1 1839. It will be operated by
the Atlantic < oast Una Railroa.l and the Florida Last <:a,. Railway
FreTrirfc -h," W'Sh ^Pennsylvania Railroad and the Richmond.
FlS K t Potomac Railroad. Now. in advance of the
thi,n\e,a,S''n' kwnnintr in December, a name is wanted for
tnis new streamliner.
Enter ZZFiJEZlSZtt nZ"u S&f' *'mt,W- nd qulck- Gt'1 ^ ""
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Arnerlco'i BefMM ind irrnrlni Sirmllnfr
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pro,, UrtUw dUaajed ., atStfS *%
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lib
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dlnlne rr wllh lo tendeau t. r^^punil tu >uur p.-r^-iui wuhrt.
I>lM.l.>.lr..|ri. loruraollTo (S-u'll >! Wub-
itigtun) for imtMHb .ppihI New*rerard run-
nlai Jim.- 21 hours or Itn Now Vor
Mail, Toe pruiwiion or ouiomailc ncnala
ntl train control o.r the only .louhlo tr.-k.
J"* htlloaiMl rout, between New York ood
Miami. Low coecb fena.
JUST FOLLOW THESE FEW SIMPLE JluUs
~ -.___a >t>. eniial ail-
.. Su.Mt najael? U-eeooppear- .rt
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939
THE JEWISH TLOEIDIAH
PAGE SEVEN
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES
The solemn day of Yoni Kippur
will be ushered in with awe-in-
spiring services of Kol Nidre on
g Friday at 6:15 P. M. Rabbi Kell-
ner will preach on "All in the
Name of God."
Morning services will commence
at 7:00 A. If., followed by the
reading of the Torah at 10:00
A M- Rabbi Kellner will preach
at 11:00 A. M. on "The Voice
Within." Memorial services will
be said at 11:30 A- M.. followed
by Mussaph at 11:45.A. M. At
5:00 P. M., Rabbi Kellner will
preach in Yiddish and afterwards
chant the Neilah services with
Maariv following at 6:40 P. M-
As our synagogue is crowded be-
yond capacity we request our
|S^ friends to occupy the seats as-
signed to them and cooperate
with the seating committee.
LADIES AUXILIARY
A very important meeting of
our I.adies Auxiliary will be held
Tuesday night. Septembr 2fith in
ship is urged to be present. A
report will he rendered by the
the synagogue and the member-
Sunday School committee regard-
ing plans for the Fall term as
well as on the forthcoming Suc-
cos party which will take place
Sunday morning October 1st.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Registration for the new term
in our Sunday School will take j
place on Sunday morning. Octo-
ber first in the synagogue. It is
imperative that parents register
their children without delay.
MAZEL TOY
We extend sincere Mazel Tov j
greetings to Miss Dorothy Cohen i
and Mr Henry Idov whose mar-
riage will be solemnized by Rabbi
Kelln r on September 24th.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of the tombstone
which honors the memory of our
late brother I. Kaplan will take
place Sunday at 11:0(1 A M., ami
thi' family takes this means of
extending an invitation to all
friends.
THE Y. M. H. A.
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
feature of the evening will be a
complete floor show presented by-
Eileen Roscoe featuring the Ros-
coe Rockets comprised of 12 beau-
tiful girls in a "snappy" routine-
Also the following: Bobby Jos-
eph. Edith Nito. Patsy Koenig,
Mildred De Linker, the four Bar-
ren Sisters, the three Flattery
Sisters. Jean Kachelriss. In ad-
dition, Phil Weintraub, the "Y"
Troubadour will be on hand with
Dave Trager and his Mad Musi-
cians.
Dr. Harold Rand, chairman of
the entertainment committee says
that he will have a "surprise" en-
tertainer. Mrs. Jack Engler,
chairman of the refreshment com-
mittee, tells us that she has pre-
pared a delicious supper for the
quests, to be served at a reason-
able price.
Everything is being arranged
for the convenience of the guests.
Waiters will be there to serve
your wants and. as a special ac-
commodation, reservations for
tables may be made at the "Y"
on Sunday morning between the
hours of 9:00 and 12:00 o'clock.
So don't forget folks. Sunday
afternoon is the ball game, and
Sunday night is the dance. Hope
to see you Sunday.
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NEW BROWNIE GROI'I'
STARTS
Miss Francis Ginsberg, who is
assisting Mrs- Marion Shindell
with the Girl Scout Troop, an-
nounces that she will organize a
new Brownie Group next Tues-
day evening. September 26th at
7:00 o'clock at the 'Y." (
between the ages of 7 and 10 are
eligil le. All those interested
please report to Mi the "Y" at the time and date
mentioned.
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Y. W. H. A.
A very enthusiastic general
meeting of this division was held
last Tuesday evening. Mr. Alvin
Grossman, chairman of the Board
of Directors, was guest speaker
and gave a very inspiring ad-
dress.
Mrs- Iris Blumberg. chairman
of the bowling committee, an-
nounces that a Y. W. H. A. bowl-
ing league has been formed and
will begin practice very shortly-
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JUNIOR DIVISION
An employment service that is
different has been inaugurated at
the "Y" and all those seeking em-
ployment are requested to com-
municate with the Executive Di-
rector. We are fortunate In se-
curing the help of Mr. Joseph
Berman, noted New York lawyer
and student of psychology. .Mr.
Berman will interview applicants
for positions next Monday night.
September 25th at 7:30 o'clock at
the "Y."
Y. M. H. A. STOCK COMPANY
The Y. M. H. A. Stock Com-
pany was organized in the spring
was retained as dramatic coach.
This group is composed of mem-
berh from every division of the
"Y". and to date had produced
three one-act playlets an is now
rehearsing a play entitled "Go
Ahead" which will be produced in
October.
All "Y" members are eligible
to join this group.
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NOTICE
Due to Succoth holidays, the
"Y" will be closed from Wednes-
day evening. September 27th at
5:00 o'clock until Saturday even-
ing September 30t hat 7:30
o'clock.
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Y. M. H. A. TO HONOR
DR. BARNEY WEINKLE
The Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation, in appreciation of his
efforts as manager of the dia-
(Continued on Page fi)
Your scribe regrets that in the .
New Year issue of the Floridian
he omitted the newly organized
Y. M H. A. Stock Company. This
was inadvertently done on our
part ami we hi g your humble
apologies.
GREETINGS
WISTERIA FRUIT CO.
:'.u:: Easl Plaglcr street
PHOXE :-l'-.!::
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Y. M. H. A- SENIORS VS.
Y. M. H. A. JUNIORS
One of the liveliest contests
ever held at the "Y" will take
place Sunday aftrnoon. Septem-
ber 24th at Flamingo Park, Miami
Beach, when the Junior Division
diamond-ball team will play the
Senior team in a challenge game.
Never before has such enthusiasm
been shown around the "Y" quar-
ters "White Heat" is being dis-
played by many of the contes-
tants when the subject. "Who is
going to win" is mentioned. The
Junior boys have been practicing
every day at the "Y" and it is
rumored that the Seniors are
holding secret practice- At that
rate this should be a "hot" game-
Remember the dateSunday
afternoon. 3:00 o'clock at Flamin-
go Park, 'B' field. My choice the
Juniors by a 10 to 8 score.
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POST YOM MrrUR DANCE
THIS SUNDAY NIGHT
Y'our scribe reports all is in
readiness for the Post Y'om Kip-
pur Dance to he held at the Mahi
Shrine Temple. 1141 Biscayne
Boulcvartl this Sunday evening.
September 24th. Tables will be
set a la cabaret fashion. The
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NEW YEAR
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLOEIPIAH
FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939
DR. BARNEY WEINKLE
manager of the Young Men's He-
brew Association Diamond Ball
Team, who will be presened with
a ioving cup Sunday evening at
the Masonic Temple at the Y
Dance.
Kaunas (WNS) About two-
thirds of Poland's three million
Jews are now under Nazi domin-
ation or threatened by the rapid-
ly advancing German Army ac-
which showed that Polish cities
cording to a statistical study
with large Jewish populations al-
ready captured and occupied by
Nazi military include: Ludz. 202-
500; Krakow. 56.500; Czestocho-
wa. 27.000;Kattnwice. 5.700 and
Poznan, 2.000. Cities immediately
threatened include: Warsaw,
352,700; Lwow. 99.G00; Bialystok. j
40.000!; Lublin. 89.000; Tarnapol
and Stanislawow, about 100.000
together. The total Jewish popu-
lation in these cities is approvi-
mately 800.000- The territories
around Warsaw. Lodz. Kielce and
Bialystok. almost entirely occupi-
ed by German troops, have a Jew-
ish population totaling about
1.300.000. The southern districts.]
including the areeas around Cra-
cow, Lwow, Stanislawow and Tar-
nopol. have a Jewihh population
of approrimately 555.000. In the
western districts, which belonged
ti Germany prior to 1918. includ-
ing the Posnan. Pomerania and
MISS ETHEL MINTZER
"Y Queen" and a contestant for
J. W. V. Queen, will be presented
with a cup by the Y, Sunday
evening.
Silesia districts, the Jews number
only 26.100. or less than two per
cent of the total population in
that area. Undetermined num-
berh of Jews in the occupied ter-
ritories, have already fled to
centers in eastern Poland not yet
capturede by Nazi forces but
which have already been invaded
by Russian troops.
The Makers of
THAT GOOD
Moon Kist
The Jewish Hour will be heard
Sunday afternoon at 3 P. M. over
Station W.IOD. and will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Moses Mesch-
loff who will speak on "Dwelling
in Huts". Rabbi Mescheloff will
be assisted by Cantor Maurice
Mamches-
(Continued from Pane 1)
from the Nazi invasion of Poland.
In Lemborg (Lwow). the advices
said, two hundred Jews were kill-
ed when Nazi warplanees bomb-
ed the Jewish quarter of the city-
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