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

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 13No. 39
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
JEWS AND ARABS
Haifa (WNS-Palcor Agency)
This latest attack on the Holy
Land has cemented the new
bonds of brotherhood between
the Arab and Jewish communi-
ties that have been fostered by
a common love of the mutual
homeland now threatened by the
Axis powers.
Apparently balked for the
first time in their ruthless march
over the face of Europe by the
fierce resistance of the British
Isles, the Axis powers are ex-
panding their field of action to
other continents, with particular
emphasis at this time on the
Near East.
Falastin, Jaffa Arabic daily,
formerly often hostile to the
Jews, stressed the new comrade-
ship in its leading editorial.
"When Italian planes bombed
Tel Aviv." it stated, "they killed
women and children with an un-
paralleled barbarism. Yesterday
these emissaries of fascist savag-
ery returned and repeated against
the Arabs what they had done to
the Jews, thus binding both na-
tions in the bond of innocent
blood."
Although all of Haifa's more
than 54.000 Jewish population
was miraculously spared in the
raid. Jewish first-aid volunteers
and air raid wardens worked
feverishly to rescue the Arab
victims. In the city's hospitals
Jewish doctors labored ceaseless-
ly in an effort to mend the brok-
en bodies. Haifa's Jewish Act-
ing Mayor Shabbatai Levy, vis-
ited the hospitals to express his
sympathies and give what aid he
could to the wounded.
The Yishuv as a whole was
quick to express its sympathy
both in words and in the more
substantial form of a 25 pound
sterling contribution designed to
give temporary financial relief
to destitute relatives of the dead.
"The Yishuv shares in the grief
of Haifa," declared a message
telegraphed by the Vaad Leumi
to Mr. Levy, "and especially in
that of the Arab community, the
latest victim of wanton attack
by enemy planes that have taken
the lives of scores of innocent
citizens."
In addition to this Jewish gift
the Arab community was also
the recipient of 100 pounds ster-
ling sent by High Commissioner
Sir Harold MacMichael and of
500 pounds sterling donated by
the local British Red Cross.
The Jewish Floridian offices
will be closed because of the
Rosh Hashonah holidays.
Thursday and Friday, October
4th and 5th.
....::..
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JEWS STRANDED
ON SHIPS IN PORT
Geneva (WNS)Hitlcrism and
accompanying sweep of an-
ti-Semitism throughout Europe
I has unfolded no more tragic
'story than that of the 3.000 Jews.
| stranded for the past two weeks
jon two rotting Greek steamers
at Tuloea. Rumanian port in the
, Danube Delta.
The 3.000 Jewish refugees who
scraped together every cent they
could lay their hands on to make
the trip, expect to go to Pales-
tine where they have hopes of
finding a haven. Actually, their
chances of ever reaching the
Holy Land are very slim.
Rumanian authorities have is-
sued orders forbidding the refu-
gees to leave the ships and will
not permit anyone, including rel-
atives of those on board, to visit
the 'decrepit steam< ra,
One of the boats is named the
Atlantic: the other the Pacific.
Though Greek ships, they now
fly the Panama flag. Both ships
need coal and crews but neither
is available. Rumanian seamen
refuse to sign up because they
consider the steamers unsea-
worthy. All coal available in
Rumania is earmarked for Nazi
Germany.
Meanwhile, the food and wa-
ter supplies are running out.
Sanitary conditions on both ships
are non-existent. The danger of
epidemics is always present and
doctors among the refugees are
frantically trying to obtain ade-
quate medical supplies.
JEWS PROTECTION
Bucharest (WNS Rumania's
hard-pressed Jews clung to a
faint wisp of hope in the promise
of Premier Ion Antonescu to
protect Jews from all attacks on
the condition that they do not
i "sabotage" his regime "either po-
litically or economically." it was
; announced here.
Premier Antonescu's promise
was made in the form of a mem-
orandum to Dr. William Filder-
man. president of the Union of
' Rumanian Jews, who recently
'appealed to the premier in a per-
sonal interview to curb violent
anti-Jewish demonstrations.
In his memorandum the pro-
Iron Guard premier said: "Will
Mr. Filderman please explain to
his coreligionists throughout the
country that General Antonescu
could -jnot possibly accomplish
miracles in one week? He found
the country in a state of chaos.
It was also a week of romantic
enthusiasm. A generation that
'had been tortured, tracked down
and killed had the right to burst
out when freed. In 10 days it
had again become orderly and
would daily be increasingly dis-
ciplined.
"I assure Mr. Filderman that
'this will be so and assure him
also that if his co-religionists
will not sabotage the regime
cither politically or economically
the Jewish population will suffer
nothing.
"But the Jewish population
must renounce and I seriously
draw its attention to this with-
out threatening itthe systems
employed hitherto, because po-
litical regimes aimed at eco-
nomic oppression have prevent-
ed the political and moral wak-
ening of our national resist-
ance."
All Jewish children will be !
given satisfactory excuses for
their absence from schools dur-
ing the Rosh Hashonah holi-
days, Thursday and Friday,
October 4th and 5th.
FATHER CDUGHLIN
DROPS BROADCAST
.
JAPS SAY CHRISTIANITY
DEVICE OF JEWISH IDEAS
Tokio (WNS)Leaders of Jap-
anese patriotic organizations have
launched a campaign against
Christianity on the ground it is
a Jewish device, according to the
newspaper "Hochi."
The newspaper quoted a reso-
lution adopted by the patriotic
groups.
PALESTINE ENLISTMENT
APPEAL IS ENDORSED
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)The Central Committee of
the Agudath Israel, extreme Or-
thodox wing of Palestine Jewry,
has issued a manifesto endors-
ing the appeal by the Jewish
Agency and the Vaad Leumi
calling upon the Yishuv "to pro-
vide recruits for the Jewish in-
fantry unit in the British army
for the direct defense of Eretz
Israel."
REFUTES CHARGES
JEWS OESIRE WAR
New York (WNS)Asserting
that "anti-Semitism is on the rise
in this country, chiefly because
of the war." the New York Daily
News, leading tabloid newspaper
with a circulation of more than
2.000.000 daily, scouted charges
that the Jews "are to blame as a
race or a group for our rush to-
ward's Europe's latest war."
"Most of our anti-Semites." the
paper said, "the Nazis frangly
'and others not so franklyargue
, that the Jews pushed England
and France into declaring war
[ on Germany because they want-
ed to get revenge for the way
Hitler treats the German Jews.
.We're told. too. that the Jews
arc' pushing the United States in-
to the war for- the same motive.
"One favorite anti-Semitic the-
ory is that the Jews control most
i of the department stores, which
jdo most of the big display adver-
j Using in the papers, and that
I thereby the Jews dictate the pa-
pers editorial policies on foreign
affairs."
The paper pointed out that
;William Allen White's Commit-
tee to Defend America by Aiding
the Allies "lists very few Jews
Ion its roster of more than 600
| eminent sponsorsas well as
very few persons of draft age.
And the White committee is the
most active single agency push-
ing us toward war."
The editorial concluded by
saying "we think we are going
into this war for the same deep,
underlying cause that took us
in last timea cause which has
nothing to do with the Jews, the
bankers or the merchants of
death."
POLISH JEWS REPRESENTED
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy (A new committee to repre-
sent the interests of Polish Jewry
was formed on the anniversary
of the German invasion of Pol-
and, it was announced here.
Detroit (WNSFather Charles
E. Coughlin, anti-Semitic radio
priest, disclosed that he had
abandoned his plan for a new
series of weekly radio talks,
which had been scheduled to op-
en on October 20. in a statement
published in his newspaper,
: Social Justice.
Father Coughlin. who has been
presenting his weekly radio talks
for the past 13 years, charged
that "men powerful in the field
of radio and other activities."
had "forced the decision upon
me."
Coughlin. who. since the ris<>
i to power of Adolf Hitler has dis-
| played marked Fascist and anti-
Semitic tendencies and has been
. a source of embarrassment to
Catholic leaders in the United
States, said he would not brood-
cast again "until we cease to bo
war-minded it may be L0
months or it may be 10 years."
"I am definitely aware of ef-
forts made in the past to ostra-
cise me from the air." the radio
priest declared. "1 am also aware
that the sponsors of these efforts
,men powerful in the field oi
, radio and other activitieshave
(not altered their resolution to
silence me by one method or an-
other.
"In so far as they have fore* d
a decision upon me, and with no
alternative. I graciously
jit and at the same time extend
I to them my heartiest congratula-
Itions for all that the future holds
in store for them."
Coughlin. recently rebuked ail I
his support repudiated by Wen-
dell L. Willkie, Republican presi-
dential nominee, said that he
"could not in good conscience
support either candidate."
Coughlin's agents have en-
countered increasing difficulties
I in obtaining radio time for the
, radio priest since 1938 when his
open support of anti-Semitic or-
ganizations like the Christian
Front. Christian Mobilizers. etc..
met with severe criticism
throughout the country.
A recent code adopted by the
National Association of Broad-
casters plegded its members to
refuse time to the anti-Semitic
pi iest.
CATHOLIC GROUP
AGAINST ANTI-SEMITISM
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New York (WNS)As part of
its nation wide campaign against
anti-Semitism, the Catholic In-
formation Society of New York
will send through the mails 5.000
letters and folders "in the inter-
est of tolerance and understand-
ing." it was announced by the
Rev. Bonaventure Fitzgerald,
moderator of the society.
The literature will include a
reprint from the Catholic World
of "The Sin of Anti-Semitism."
by Thomas F. Doyle.
A PLEA TO EVERY JEW
If you are at all interested in your Jewish community, in its integrity and pro-
gress, and in Jewish education, you can show your interest during the coming weeks
and the High Holy Days, by becoming a member of one of the synagogucs-in our
community, and by praying in one of the established synagogues of Greater Miami.
Whoever goes to a so-called "mushroom synagogue" set up in a hotel or other
place of business by individuals for their private gain, by so doing, not only refuses
to help the Jewish community in its work through its synagogues and religious
schools, but actually docs serious damage to the welfare of our community, mocks
at the sacredness of Jewish worship, and withdraws his supporting hand, so greatly
needed by those working for the Jewish present and future.
We plead with you. and through you with your friends and neighbors, to come
to the aid of your people and faith by worshiping at and joining only the established
synagogues of greater Miami.
(Signed)
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami.
81 JEWISH REFUGEES
AMONG 134 ALIENS
New York (WNS)Eighty-one-
Jewish refugees from Germany
and other Nazi-dominated coun-
tries were among 134 aliens
brought here from the Panama
Canal Zone aboard the United
States Army transport American
Legion.
The refugees taken by the ar-
my from the Canal Zone as part
of its drive to purge the area of
all illegal residents and poten-
tial fifth columnists, were de-
tained at Ellis Island until final
disposition is made of their
status
The Jewish refugees figured
in a phony "spy" scare recently
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626 N. W. Tenth Street
PHONE 2-7221
CLEAN MILK
RAW OR PASTEURIZED FROM MY OWN TESTED HERD
You Are Assured of the Best and Safest Bottle of Milk
That Can Be Produced When You Buy From Us.
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JUNIOR INSTALLATION j Sydney Cassel of Coral Gables
BANQUET has consented to act as our dra-
All is in readiness for the In- matic coach- Ncxt Monday eve-
stallation Banquet of the Junior mng' SePtl'mber 30, there will
Division which will be held this b.c a meeting of this group at 8
Sunday night, September 29 at c,ock at the Y. All persons in-
7:30 o'clock at the Y. Mr. and terestcd between the ages of 14
Mrs. Joseph Schaffer who con- and 70. arc invited to attend,
duct the concession at the Y are wlU bc thc first mt'eting
catering for the affair and have wlth Dr Cassel- we ask every-
promised a very good meal. ,ne to be Pre^'"1
Tickets are only 50c. As soon
as you read this, please phone
3-9151 and tell Mrs. Schaffer you
are coming.
The following officers will be
installed: President. Leroy Feld-
man; vice president, Louise
CAMERA CLUB
Mr, Aaron Rubin of the Senior
Division is trying to organize a
camera group among the mem-
bers of all divisions. Purpose of
this group is to take pictures
of various affairs at the Y and
Emanuel; secretary. Bebe Fine-Ito develop them in a dark room
man; treasurer. Jack Edelstein. wn'ch will be provided by the Y.
The following members of the|A" Pcrsns interested in this
board will be installed: Margar-
et Horowitz, Naomi Grossman,
Mildred Berttowitz,
Kraft, Carol Band.
Mr. Isaac Joffe, executive di-
rector of thc Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, will be the in-
stalling officer. Milton A. Fried-
man, past president of the Y will
be toastmaster. Dr. Sam Beck-
man, president of the Y; Rabbi
Zwitman and Maurice Gross-
man, executive director of the
Y. will deliver short addresses, by the losing team, while the
Entertainment and dancing will
follow the banquet.
MOVIE NIGHT
A crowd that taxed the capac-
ity of our auditorium last Sun-
day night saw Herman Waits-
man, our ace cameraman, show
movies. Everyone present great-
ly enjoyed the performance and
many persons requested the ex-
ecutive director to have more of
this type of entertainment.
FORUM
On Thursday evening, October
10. this group will have as its
guest speaker Miss Frances
Wynne of the Miami Senior High
School. All persons interested
are invited.
DRAMATICS
As previously announced, Dr.
Writing from London on Sep-
tember 9. Ben Robertson, Jr..
staff correspondent of "P M,"
said:
"These last two days have
been like the end of civilization;
they have been filled with ut-
most and most savage horror.
"Wc have been appalled by
death and destruction which
German high-school boys in
hundred thousand dollar planes
have dropped on the hard work-
ing poor people of London.
"It nearly breaks an Ameri-
canos heart to see these poor
London families among the ruins
of homes that many of them have
worked all their lives to pay for.
but at the same time it is also
a source of inspiration to see
how really determined the resi-
dents of the bombed areas are
to win the war. Hitler has made
a big political mistake if he
thinks that indiscriminate bomb-
ing can break the fighting spirit
of the people of this city. His
bombs have left the people of
London's east end in a state of
the most complete fury."
Here in America it is difficult
for you and me to grasp or vis-
ualize the full measure of what
In a special arranged grudge 1S happening over there. ft fa,
match, the champion Supermen, however, within our power to
feel in our hearts the same reac-
tions of fury and determination
described vividly by Robertson
as typical of the heroic British-
er.
I know how you would feel or
how I would feel to see my home
or that of a kindly peace loving
hard working neighbor wanton-
ly destroyed to satisfy the lust
and hate of a maniac dictator.
The recent action of President
Roosevelt in swapping 50 Ameri-
can destroyers for air and naval
fine project are asked to com-
municate with the executive di-
Sydney rector
SUPERMEN WIN MATCH
captained by Al Berkowitz, de-
feated the All Stars aggregation
of bowlers consisting of Sam
Seitlin, Hal Levinson, Abe Berk-
owitz, Al Reisman, and Harry
Schwartz. The winners were re-
warded with SI.50 steak dinners
winners rewarded the losers by
paying for their games. Capt.
Al Berkowitz bowled the high
individual set with a 345 score.
Although the Supermen defeat-
ed the All Stars in two of three
games played, the All Stars had
a high game set of 1540 pins,
the highest made during the
year of Y bowling. Manager Jack
Apte who has done a marvelous
piece of work in guiding the
bowlers in the last tournament
announces that on Sunday, Oc-
tober 6, the fall bowling tourna-
ment will begin and urges all
members and friends of the Y
interested to please turn out at
that date between the hours of
12 and 3 p. m. All bowlers will
be notified through the mail as
AGAIN WE EXTEND THE SEASON'S GREETINGS
ROSH HASHONO GREETING CARDS
MR. FOSTER'S STORE
33 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-7694

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Congregation Jacob Joseph
MIAMI BEACH
announce
High Holiday Services
AT THEIR NEW SYNAGOGUE
1415 EUCLID AVENUE
PROMINENT CANTOREXCELLENT ADDRESSES
Cool, ComfortablePatio Protected from Sun and Rain
to where and when the banquet
to be given by the bowling team
will be held.
BASKETBALL NEWS
Mickey Lubel, athletic direc-
tor the Y. M. H. A. and his com-
mittee met recently and an-
nounce that they will form a
basketball league to begin play
by the first part of October.
Practice sessions are being held
every Monday and Wednesday
nights and on Sunday morning.
All players interested in enter-
ing this league are asked to be
present at these practices and to
sign up with the athletic direc-
tor for this league. After the
close of this league, regular
practices will be started for the
teams for the coming season.
The athletic committee is doing
fine work in corresponding with
all of the Jewish teams in the
South and hope to have a very
attractive schedule ready this
winter.
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Our most sincere congratula-
tions to E. Albert Pallot and his
frau-to-be. Miss Doris Cromer.
New addition to the Y. Mr.
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector of the Y. M. H. A., has
engaged as his secretary Miss
Shirley Rothschild of Miami who
will henceforth be associated
with the Y office.
defense bases was heartily ap-
proved by every right thinking
American and the foresight and
courage that attended his ac-
tion convinced many a wavering
voter as to who would get his
support in the coming election.
A large majority of the people
felt that such aid should have
been given months ago and
many express the feeling that
battleships, planes, and other
equipment could well bc sent
since the defeat of Britain means
certain war for the U. S., and a
| war to the death.
But every thinking person
knows that the U. S. is at war
and has been at war with the to-
talitarian powers for months. I
Fifth columnists and saboteurs, |
operating on orders from Berlin.
Moscow and Rome, are doing
their utmost to weaken and dis- |
rupt America from within, and it
is high time Uncle Sam quit talk-
ing and began some sure enough
crackin' down.
The only reason bombs are not
dropping today on your home
and mine, and that corpses of I
loved ones are not being dragged !
from the ruins, is because Mr.
Hitler and his cohorts have been
too busy elsewhere.
Nothing would please and de-
light him more than to give
America a nice generous dose of
the blitzkreig. and don't think
for a minute it won't come just
as quickly as the dictators feel i
there is the slightest chance of
success.
It is all right to talk about
"keeping this country out or
war" but Mr. Roosevelt, Mr.
Willkie or Congress itself can't
do that if the other fellow is de-
termined to fight. Germany, It-
aly. Russia or Japan don't want
war with America. All they
want IS Americaand they'd
take it tomorrow if they could.
There would be no declaration
of war on their part; on the con-
trary they would explain to what
was left of the rest of the world
that we were being taken over
to preserve peace, while the Hun
army of invasion would assume
the role of benefactor.
America, like other nations,
has grown soft from peace and
easy living, but she is awaken-
ing, and if God gives us time we
will harden up to a point where
no nation or combination of na-
tions can threaten us. In the
meantime, we'd better be doing
a lot of prayin' for Britain, and
back it up with all the help it
is in our power to give.
We may question the author-
ity of our President for the ac-
tion he takes, or we may hang
Senator Pepper in effigy, for we
can still do that in Americabut
when the Gestapo does the ques-
tioning or the hanging, it will
be TOO LATE!
TO SERVE
B'nai B'rith
URGES ALL AMERICANS
OF GREATER MIAMI
BETWEEN THE AGES
OF 18 and 45 YEARS
TO JOIN THE
McAllister
volunteers
fn affiliating with the McAl-
lister Volunteers you will
receive practical military
training that will prove in-
valuable.
Americanization Committee
B'NAI B'RITH
SHOLEM LODGE
NO. 1024
..
For the Finest in
STRICTLY KOSHER
Meats & Poultry
PHONE 2-4994
MALEK'S
1832 S. W. Eighth St.
TICKETS ON SALE AT SYNAGOGUE
Every Day from 9-11 A. M. and 5-10 P. M.
iMwimi ;
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Y. W. H. A. NOTES
The music appreciation group
will meet again October 9th at
the Y clubrooms. All members
and friends are cordially invited
to attend and enjoy this evening
of fine classical musical enter-
tainment.
CALISTHENICS
A class in calisthenics is held
every morning at 10 o'clock at
the Y clubrooms for women. All
ladies interested are invited to
{ be present.
I*I OILKSv^jjr?\J^ ro\iii\Y
B c I 1 ) w o i i M i i m
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1940
PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES
21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE
MIAMI FLORIDA
P. O. BOX 2973
FRED K. SHOCHET
Managing Editor
Entered as second class matter July 4. 1930 at the Post
Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
SUBSCRIPTION
ONE YEAR............|?no
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1940
VOLUME 13 NUMBER 39
.PLAIN TALK]
BURY THE DEAD
By Al Segal
NAZI SABOTAGE IN AMERICA
If any evidence was necessary to prove that the Nazi
agents in the United States are not only conducting subversive
propaganda but are actually prepared for terrorist activities,
such evidence was provided in New York by the arrest of Ed-
ward Albert Kangesier.
Detectives of the espionage squad in New York, raiding
Kangesier's apartment in connection with the July 4 bomb ex-
plosion at the World's Fair, which killed two policemen, dis-
covered tear-gas guns and other weapons, Nazi pamphlets and
anti-Jewish postersall of recent German manufacture.
An ex-member of the German-American Bund, the ar-
rested Kangesier was formerly in the submarine service of the
United States Navy.
The basic questions which arise out of the arrest of this
pro-Nazi figure is: How did he secure the German-made weap-
ons and anti-Semitic literature which the police found in his
apartment? How does Germany manage to supply, despite
the present blockade, its agents in the United States with weap-
ons manufactured in the Reich recently? By what route are
these weapons smuggled into the United States?
We should like to call to your attention a series of articles
starting in this week's (September 27) Friday magazine. These
articles are entitled "American Merchants of Hate." The series
deals with the subject of anti-Semitism and establishes that the
anti-Semitic movement in this country, as throughout the world,
is a Fifth Column movement. The articles show the extent of
the penetration of anti-Semitism in various groups in this coun-
try; how it always operates as an anti-democratic agency to
divide democratic peoples; and what are the forces behind
anti-Semitism.
The amazing front cover on the weekly shows a fac-
simile of a letter to Fritz Kuhn in which he is assured that his
connection with a famed American won't be revealed. The
letter, if a true copy, confirms what you've heard, and what in-
vestigations conducted locally also show.
The bomb explosion at the World's Fair is comparatively a
minor affair, compared with the subsequent explosions in mu-
nition factories near Dover, New Jersey, in which dozens of
innocent American workers lost their lives. The result of the
raid on Kangesier's apartment throws light on the source of
such explosions. The German-made weapons found on Kan-
gesier leave no doubt as to the role which Germany is playing
in undermining American defense by acts of organized sabot-
age and by deliberately planned explosions.
In the current issue of "The
Synagogue." published by the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. a matter is
brought up that is troubling a
great many temple boards in the
United States.
It is this: Should the rabbis
be allowed to bury or marry peo-
ple who had or have no connec-
tion with the congregational life?
In short, should non-members be
boycotted when they come to
their graves or to the marriage
altars? Are they entitled to the
blessing that commits them to
a happy place in heaven or sends
them off to live happily togeth-
er ever afterward on the earth?
In fact, this is a question that
come
te:
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BIRON)
LISTEN HERE
After Gory Goering's flight over London, when he took a
crossing will cause him to stab himself in ttie back No.
there's nothing to the rumor that King Carol and Magda are
taking up quarters in Quebec. Canada Carol wants to re-
main wimin easy flying distance of Bucharest, as he believes
that one of these days conditions will change and permit him
to dethrone his son for the second time Recently the Ger-
man chief administrator of occupied France sent around post-
ers to the local French police stations with instrutions to dis-
play them prominently and with the warning that the penalty
ones up ever so often in the Jor ^facing the posters would be death The posters de-
embt^There te^a rule it P^ted a Nazi soldier kissing a French child, and were cap-
seems, that our congregation can
have no truck with a dead man
who had sufficient means and
yet did not belong to the con-
gregation. It is thought to be
impertinence on his part to come
to the congregation when he is
dead and say. "Please bury me."
tioned "We love you.
THINGS TO NOTE
Did you hear Theodore Granik's American Forum of the
Air on the Mutual network the other Sunday, when Senator
Styles Bridges of New Hampshire debated with Harold L. Ickes?
In the course of the question-and-answer exchange the
Jff for 'a Sn1 to demand Senator had the bad taste to inquire why it was that President
that his children be married Roosevelt had started talking about defense only after the
within the sanction of a congre- Rothschilds' money had been taken away from them .
gation to which he has never q| course refusea to answer this anti-Semitic question.
contributed anything. j Teiischus is a good foreign correspondent, but could
pr^t^r,; maKu^l'V^ i we.l use bit more tact Invited to address-a: gaU,,g
nag conditional on the family where funds were to be raised to bring intellectual refugees to
joining the temple. Of course. this country, he warned the audience to look out for hfth-column-
we wouldn't lei a dead poor man ers among those applying for refuge ... A rather ridiculous
go unburied. The tact that the warninq DeCause that particular organization under whose aus-
KfsugglL"^ ';::','" J P^s he spoke deals only with refugees who have unquestion-
easy even al out letting a dead able record of action against the Nazis That Italian Consul
rich man, who was not a mem- jn jjew York will get himself into trouble unless he stops taking
n,u? hls such an active interest in the "Stop Roosevelt" campaign .
T,v, rich man who Why should Chicago's police chief Costello have banned "Pas-
dud without any congregational tor Hall," Jimmy Roosevelt s screen story of Niemoeller.-'...
affiliation. He had been a nun:- Aside to Winchell: Won't you tell us who that Washington army
ber of the congregation many 0ffjcer IS who, when he was in Berlin, received from Herr Goei-
323. "he *JE K5?0,l ina a medal inscribed "To a ,rue friend of Nazi PPles?"
JEWISH NEWS
Morris Margulies, erstwhile secretary of the ZOA, to whom
the new leadership has not yet assigned a new title, threw a
when he died his family bombshell into the farewell get-together of Zionist employes
desired to have him religiously leaving New York for Washington Morris, in a humorous
in life he had come to the idea
that there was no merit in relig-
ion or in religious organization
and would have no more of eith-
er.
speech, caused great consternation among all present when he
told the boys and girls that the removal of the Zionist head
quarters to Washington was a "frame-up"until he explained
that he meant a frame-up on the part of the New Yorkers, who
wanted to get rid of the Zionist office in their town Then a
buried under the auspices of the
congregation of which he had
formerly been a member.
Well, what to do?
Despite the anornoly that his
family wanted this non-believ-
ing man buried religiously, he great wave' of laughter and relief swept over the crowd .
was not one who could be sent -
away churlishly. He had been a
distinguished man in Israelnot
because of the wealth he had
The Jewish Theological Seminary went to all kinds of trouble
to get Albert Einstein to participate in its symposium on religion.
. When they sent out the story to the press, however. Prof.
accumulated but because of the i Einstein's participation, which had created quite a furore, was
wealth he had giver, so gcner-;; careiully omit,ed
ously and intelligently to many-
causes. Though he had separat-
ed himself from the religious
congregation of Israel he seemed
in most essentials to have been
the noblest of Jews.
So he was buried under the
sponsorship of Israel.
I don't believe that the best
way to get non-members to join
congregations is by refusing
them the services of Judaism in
| a time they think they need it
most. This is coercion and Ju-
When asked why, the press department
of the seminary replied that Proefssor Einstein's remarks were
not of great importance to the conference.
HOT STUFF
"CourttiyjjTIi. National Jawiih Monthly"
"VIC AY* WTT E R
Mr. A. Guttman of 115 West 45th Street, New York, is carry-
ing on a one-man campaign advocating what amounts to race
suicide for Jews The way to stop anti-Semitism, says Mr.
Guttman very seriously, in a leaflet which he sends to any one
who sends him a three-cent stamp, is this First, no moto
kosher food; second, all Jewish religious services to be held
Sundays; third, the high holy days to be observed on success-
daism imposed by force is no ive Sundays; and fourth, no Hebrew or Yiddish ever to be spok
m0red^bMo^^if^thlv f1? in ,he stree,s Religion, says Mr. Guttman, should be
halto'take it i felt but never seen A "^us belief cannot be flaunted
(There is at present in prog- in "?e 'ace of the world without arousing resentment and hat-
rcss a nation-wide campaign to red," is the 45th Street philosopher's great contribution toward
bring unaffiliated Jews into the j the solution of the Jewish problem Our reaction to the
COWgerregai,0anSdead man I should I J^! bustaes.il that hobbies are all right, but golf is prefe.-
speak to God about a synagogue aDle to many others.
FAIRY TALE
On the day when Mussolini's airplanes bombed Tel Aviv
the lighting arrangements for the model of the 1939 Tel Aviv
in the Diorama Hall of the Palestine Pavilion at the World's Fair
suffered a breakdown Wondering whether this was a psy-
chic phenomenon, Director Weisgal instituted an intensive
search for the cause, and discovered a number of electric wires
that showed signs of having been gnawed by a rodent ... A
trap baited with Palestinian cheese provided by the Cafe Tel
Aviv was rushed to the cubbyhole behind the diorai.ex and
within twelve hours the culprit was caughta little gray mouse.
Before disposing of the enemy's carcass the Pavilion staff con-
ducted a solemn ceremony posthumously dubbing the beastie
that wouldn't bury me "O
Lord God. how great is Thy tol-
erance in that Thou didst let me
into paradise, despite that I was
not a dues-payer. Yet the con-
gregation of Israel would have
nothing to do with me when I
died."
Were I a non-member I should
resent an organized Judaism that
said to me. "You are not a dues-
j payer and for that reason your
dead kinsman is not entitled to
the sacred comforts of Judaism."'
I should reply. .'Your organ-
ized Judaism is well organized
but it really doesn't look like Ju-
daism to me. I want none of it."
They might say to me, "But
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1940
vJewist Fkiridian
PAGE FIVE
Tickets On Sale for the
New Synagogue
and
Talmud Torah
A SPIRITUAL
DELIGHT

The
Renowned Tenor
Cantor Maurice
Mamches
Will Chant Services
Assisted by a Trained
Choir
Beth Jacob
Congregation
in the New Synagogue
MIAMI BEACH
Rosh Hashonah
Beginning Evening of
OCTOBER 2nd
and
Yom Kippur
Beginning Evening of
OCTOBER 11th
Kabhi Moses
Mescheloff
Will Preach English
and Yiddish Sermons
Throughout The
Holidays

Make Your
Reservations
at Once
Refugees and Those in
Need Will be Supplied
With Tickets Gratis Upon
Application
PLAIN TALK
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
TRANSPORTATION
PROBLEM AN ISSUE
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don't you think it's nerve on
your part to request the services
of organized Judaism in this
crisis of your life whereas you
have had no part in congrega-
tional life before?"
"Yes, I may have been lax,
but I myself wouldn't turn away
even an utter stranger who came
to me for help in his extremity.
I would at least have invited him
into the house and made him
warm at the fire place."
"Well, Mr. Segal, that's our
ruleno membership no burial.
However, we'll take care of you
if you will agree to join our'
synagogue."
"No! I can not subscribe to
an organized religion that seems
to bo lacking in the decent con-
sideration that is one of the es.
sentials of religion. Gentlemen,
it's just like being married by
shotgun."
Were I a rabbi I should rebel
against a rule of my congrega-
tion that prohibted me from'
burying non-members. I would
bury even a Christian who was
brought to me for religious ser-,
vices.
Anyway. I think a synagogue;
should offer itself as something
more vital to non-members than
as ;i place for funerals and wed-
dings. After all. one dies only
once and generally gets married
only once, and it scarcely pays
to 'belong to a congregation a
Life-time just for the purpose of
being buried and married prop-
erly.
A belter way of getting mem-
bers than by promise of burial is
described by Rabbi D. Schwartz,
director of Synagogue Activities
of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations and editor
;of "The Synagogue."
"The strongest inducement and
the best argument calculated to
predispose the unaffiliated to
join the congregation is the syn-
agogue itself. The solemnity of
its worship, the cordiality and
breadth of its fellowship, the
sincerity of its handclasp in joy
and sorrow, the excellence of its
educational and recreational pro-
gram, are the real magnet by
which to attract those whose
loyalty had been weakened and
whose slumbering Jewish con-
sciousness and sense of spiritual
values must be reawakened."
Yes. bury the dead and don t
chase away the living Jews from
the house of Israel; for self-re-
specting people will have noth-
' ing to do with a congregation
that attempts to press them in by
force. And those who join by
force are not worth having any-
way.
I am told that the Quakers
never do go out hunting for
members. They rely on the mer.
its of their religion to bring in
new people. If some one wants
to join he is welcome but he is
never asked; yet new members
do come.
Perhaps before the campaign
for more members in synagogues
was started there should have
been a campaign to bring the
merits of Judaism itself to the
hearts and minds of the unaffil-
iated. Lately Judaism has seem-
ed too much to be an institution
that has to do with fighting
Hitler.________
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women Miami Section held
its first general meeting of the
season Wednesday at Fassa's
Restaurant in the form of a lun-
cheon. Mrs. Benj. Le Vine, pres-
ident of Miami Section, extended
greetings. Miss Bess Spanner,
new executive director of the
section, spoke. In her speech Miss
Spanner discussed the pleasant
relationship between the Miami
section and other local agencies,
the fine spirit of cooperation be-
tween these agencies, and the
hope that Council would contin-
ue to make this city the para-
dise that it is. concluded her talk.
Mr. Stanley C. Myers, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, spoke on the value of
Federation, and then introduced
Mr. Isaac Joffe, new executive
director of Federation. Mr.
Joffe in his talk, promised that
in the near future he would ex-
plain and show proof that all
money received, is received by
the needy Jews overseas.
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine was
appointed delegate to represent
the Miami Section at the Tri-
Annual convention to be held at
the Astor Hotel, New York, in
November.
Elimination of street cars and
reduction of riding costs are of-
fered the Miami public on Octo-
ber 8 when the voters express
their views on the city-wide
transportation contract between
the city and the Miami Transit
company, according to the pro-
posal made by the transit com-
pany.
Other financial benefits to be
derivedif Miami's citizenry ap-
proves the Miami Transit com-
pany's proposal, they statein-
clude a four cent fare for school
children, or 20 tickets for 80
cents, with universal free trans-
fer. They now pay five cents
for transportation. In addition
there is offered a special five
cent fare for the downtown bus-
iness area. Universal transfers
will be free with the new seven
cent token fare to any section in
Miami.
They propose many new cross-
town routes, both east and west
and north and south, eliminating
the long rides through town, be-
ing available to passengers.
There will be through routes
from north to south right
through the downtown section
without trouble of transfer. Ar-
rangements are being made so
that no Miami home will be
more than two blocks from a
bus line.
YUGOSLAVIA BARS JEWS
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signed to curb Jewish participa-
tion m the political, economic
and social life of Yugoslavia ap-
peared imminent as the pro-Nazi
faction gained control in the
government it was learned here.
A shortage of food and rock-
eting of prices last week resulted
in angry street demonstrations
In Belgrade and cither cities. In
an obvious attempt to pin the
blame for the food shortage on
the Jews, a decree was issued
forbidding Jewish merchants
and firms financed by Jewish
capital to trade in foodstuffs.
Jews who became citizens "of
Yugoslavia before 1918 were ex-
i empted from the decree.
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fJewist Horidliiari
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1940
^
I
OBSERVE THE
HOLY DAYS
within our beautiful
New Synagogue
Clean. Modern,
Well Ventilated.
Good Acoustics
Cantor
Bernard Eichenbaum
Will Chant Services
at the
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
B'nai B'rith Uffi* Notes
By HAROLD TURK
The following article was writ-
ten by Irving Ginsburg, president
of the Miami Chapter of A. Z. A.
Irving is a charter member and
has always been active in the
chapter:
A Z A Just three let-
ters of the aphabet that com-
Our coming affair will be the
highlight of our social activities
for the year, namely, our Annu-
al Sweetheart Dance to be held
at the beautiful Alcazar Roof
Garden. Music will be furnished
by a selected orchestra and the
Queen will be crowned, who will
prise the name of the Junior represent the chapter in Savan-
ROSH HASHONAH
Beginning Evening of
October 2nd
YOM KIPPUR
Beginning Evening of
October 11th
Rabbi A. A. Kellner
Will Preach Throughout
the Holidays
MAKE YOUR
RESERVATIONS EARLY
At the Synagogue
598 S. W. 17th Avenue
or with
H. M. Drevich
6 S. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-8816
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Order of B'nai B'rith. These let-
ters stand for and symbolize the
better side of Jewish activity
among the young men between
the ages of 15 and 21.
How many of us are familiar
with the meaning of the three
letters. A-Z-A-, and how many
of us realize that those three let-
ters represent years of intensive
work, sacrifice, and achievement
through the efforts of thousands
of Jewish men throughout the
country.
Aleph Zadik Aleph means
Peace, Benevolence, and Broth-
erly Loveall three words that
strike upon the mind as well as
the heart, as enveloping all that
is good. These words are for-
ever held before the eyes of the
A. Z. A. members. Their mean-
ing is the goal which we try to
attain.
Miami Chapter No. 322. the or-
iginator of the A. Z. A. movement
in South Florida, has been pro-
gressing with amazing rapidity
within the last two years. Un-
der the splendid leadership of
such worthy men as Mr. Louis
Heiman and Mr. Sam Silver, our
chapter boasts of a roster of over
55 members. We are financially
independent. We ask financial
aid of no one. requesting noth-
ing from our community ... al-
ways endeavoring to serve.
Possibly the greatest benefit
that the Miami A. Z. A. Chapter
extends to the parents (who are
Ben Briths') is that they may
rest assured that their sons are
nah. Georgia, at our convention
this Christmas.
In behalf of the Miami Chap-
ter, we wish to thank Sholcm
Lodge of B'nai B'rith for their
cooperation and would also like
to thank Harold Turk for extend-
ing us the invitation to write
this column.

Now that many of you breth-
ren have returned from your va-
cations, please devote some time
to our membership drive. Why
not set aside a couple of hours
some day this week and contact
the prospective members that
are contained in the lists that
have been distributed. If you
don't have a list, contact the
B'nai B'rith office by calling
2-1388. and Miss Roth will pro-
cure a list for you.
This is the pre-Holiday Seas-
on, and our Jewish brethren
should offer no resistance at this
time when asked to become a
member.
Bear in mind that our goal is
1,500 members, and we have
quite a job before us procuring
the required number of addi-
tional members, but this job can
be made easy if we all cooper-
ate.
Important as procuring new
members, is seeing that the dues
of those of our present members
arc paid up to date. Brothers
Marx Feinberg and Walter C.
Kovner have requested that I
remind you brethren whose dues
are in arrears that our organiza-
tion cannot function and carry-
keen competition developing |
among them. Many of the final
scores show a definite improve- .
ment and a difference of only |
a few points and the boys are I
fighting to get up on top.
The average scores arc becom- '
ing higher and before very long
the fellows should be able to
hold their own or better with
the Y. M. H. A. teams.
Last week the games played
were not figured as part of our i
regular league tournament be-
cause too many of the boys were :
absent, consequently too many
substitutes were inserted in the [
teams that played. Lou Kraft \
was captain of team No. 1 and
with the aid of Brother Hy Kap-
lan, they scored just enough to
beat team No. 2 by five pins. \
High game was rolled by Martin
Milstein with a score of 117, who
also rolled high set with 313.
Second place was filled by John
Kronenfeld with high score of
110 and high set of 308. Third
place was filled by L. Grossberg !
with high score of 104 and high j
set of 303 .. Brother Grossberg, '
who is somewhat beyond his
teens, certainly can teach the ',
younger boys a trick or two.
Come down every Thursday {
night and meet your fellow-
members and enjoy the evening |
with us. It is plenty of fun so I
bring your friends and out-of- !
towners. Here's hoping to see
you next Thursday night at the
Miami Recreation Alleys.
Sincerely yours.
Marty Milstein
Chairman Bowling Committee

Your writer dropped in on the
bowling team just about five
weeks ago to look and before
many minutes was rolling a ball
for the first time in his life .
I certainly enjoyed it and have
been attending every Thursday
night when the brethren bowl.
We look forward to seeing them
at the next meeting Our own
president. Brother Abbott, has
returned to the city and we're
certainly glad to see him back.
Most important news item is the
wedding of Brother Al Pallot to
Miss Doris Cromer this Sunday.
being helped along mentally, on the good work if we do not
morally, religiously, and physic- ihave the monies that we realize
ally. jfrorn dues.
A. Z. A.'s program frowns up-
on over-indulgence or participa- : Dear Harold:
tion in any activities which will I In spite of the fact that you
reflect upon our Jewish people,'have not written about our
and always encourages social and bowling team these last couple
cultural activities which are of;of weeks, the boys have been
a high standard. going strong and there is very
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1940
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
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PAGE SEVEN
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
_
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SMAKIHO, KaDlii
498 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor
300 N. W 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
BETH DAVID CONG.
ORGANIZES CHOIR
The newly organized choir of
Beth David Congregation being
trained by Cantor Joseph Malek,
will assist him in chanting the
High Holiday services at Beth
David Synagogue this year. Can-
tor Malek, who was recently np-
| pointed to this position, is known
| throughout entire Europe and
; j the United States and has a very
SCHEDULE THIS WEEK
Morning services .... 7:30 a.m.
Evening services ......... 6:00 p.m.
Saturdays services 8:30 a.m.
Sunday services .....8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School ...........3:15 to 6:15
SLICHOS SERVICES
The first service of "Slichos"
or "Repentance" will be conduct-
ed at the Beth David Synagogue
Saturday night at 11:30 by Rabbi
Max Shapiro. Cantor Joseph
Malik, assisted by the choir of
ten male voices will be heard for
the first time in the rendition of
the prayers of penitence. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will discuss the
subject "Gevooras Tishuvohthe
Power of Repentance." All mem-
bers and friends are asked to at-
tend this service.
Washington Avenue and Third
.^^^ireet' Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5.1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Can'or
Phone 5-2013
945 Euclid Avenue
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Shachriss: Daily at 8:00 a. m..
Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Mincha: Daily at 6:00 p. m.,
Friday and Saturday at 5:45 p.
m.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:00 p. in. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "The Portion of the
Week."
Maariv: Daily at 6:40 p. m..
Saturday at 6:50 p. m.
SLICHOSS
Slichoss will be held this Sat-
urday night at midnight in the
new Synagogue building. The
service will be chanted by Can-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6.1265
Miami Beach
I RABBI COLMAN A. 2WITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
Miami
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
Sabbath eve services Friday
evening. September 27th. 1940.
8:15 o'clock. Regular services
conducted by both rabbis.
High Holy Day services. 5701-
1940. Rosh Hashono eve. Wed-
nesday. October 2nd. 1940. 8:15
o'clocck. The sermon, "Beyond
the Present Tragedy." will be de-
livered by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
New Year's Day. Thursday,
October 3rd. 1940. 10:00 o'clock.
The sermon. 'Darkness Over the
| Abyss, and the Spirit of God."
tor Mamche8 and the entire choir
under the direction of A. Louis high standing among the musical *"n A Zwhman
NEW YEAR SERVICES
The New Year will be ushered win Oinsburg, basso. Our choir
in Wednesday evening, October received a great deal of public-
Mechlowitz. The members of the critics throughout the world. He
choir are Joel LaPato and Louis writes many his own composi-
ITeitelbaum, tenors: Bernard Itions and is a graduate of the
Teitelbaum. Albert Gold webber I Vienna Conservatory of Music.
[and Jerome Bass, baritones; Ed- Elaborate preparations and
2nd at 6:30. Cantor Joseph Ma-
li k. assisted by the choir, will
chant the traditional prayer.
Itubbi Max Shapiro will discuss
briefly the subject "Repetition or |
Renewal?" Thursday and Fri-
day mornings services will be-
gin at 8 o'clock; at 10 a. m.
Thursday the Rabbi will preach
"In Quest of an Answer." Fri-
day morning at 10:30 the Rabbi
will speak on "The Summation
A New Answer." All the pray-
ers will be chanted by Cantor
Joseph Malek, assisted by the
choir of ten male voices. Mr.
Louis Weinkle will chant "Sha-
chraisism"the Morning Prayer.
JUNIOR SERVICES
The boys and girls will conduct
their own services in the audito-
rium during the High Holy Days.
They will chant their own serv-
ices and preach their own ser- World."
mons. We urge parents to send j
their children to these services
Thursday and Friday from 10 to
12 A. M. Harold Shapiro. Her-
bert Glazeroff. Albert Eskanazi.
David Jacobs, Seymour Hinkes
and Harvey Sootin will be in
charge.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
.A teachers' meeting was called
ity in its excellent performance
over the air last Sunday after-
noon. We know you will enjoy
hearing them this Saturday night
decoration of the Synagogue are
being made by Mrs. Joseph Fine.
president of the Sisterhood, and
her committee. Mr. Norman
Weissman. acting executive sec-
retary, reports that seats are biv
;and during the High Holy Days, ling sold rapidly, and urges all
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
Midnight Planting."
The seating committee will be
at the synagogue from 9 p. m.
for the reservation of seats.
Seats may be had in either build-
ing.
Services will be held evenings
at 6 o'clock and mornings at 8
o'clock on Rosh Hashana.
Cantor and choir will sing. The
Rabbi will preach at morning
services in each building. The
first day's subjects will center
around the theme of "The World
and the Jew"; the themes of the
second day will be centered on
who intend to attend services to
make their reservations immedi-
ately.
for absence from classes every
Jewish holiday this year on pre-
entation of a letter signed by
parents or Rabbi Mescheloff.
These can be obtained at the
synagogue office any weekday
afternoon.
Parents, for the sake of your
children and the dignity of our
Sabbath of Repentance services
Friday evening. October 4th 1940.
8:15 p. m., and Saturday morn-
ing, October 5th. 1940. 11:00 a. m.
Services conducted by both
rabbis.
RECEPTION
The annual Congregational
New Year's reception given in
honor of the officers of Temple
Israel, Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H.
Kaplan, and Rabbi and Mrs. Co>-
man A. Zwitman. will be held at
the home of Rabbi and Mrs.
Zwitman, 5400 LaGorce Drive,
Miami Beach, on the afternoon of
the New Year, Thursday. Octo-
ber 3rd, 1940. from 3:00 to 6:00
o'clock. Members are cordially
invited to attend.
IN MEMORIAM
At the services Friday evening
the memory of the following will
be hallowed:
Recently Departed: Abraham
| 1545 S. W. Third Street
j ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
Rabbi's Residence: I
1919 South West 13th Court
Phone 3.5192 I
Schedule of Services
Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45
p. m.
Friday evening services: 5:30
p. m.
Shabbes: 9:00 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. "m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
community, see to it that your
children are in the synagogue I Bulbin. father of Mr. Henry Bul-
and not in their school classes bin; Asa Hirsch. father of Mrs.
during our holidays. These days Jos- Cohen; Morris Dannenberg.
the topic of "The Jew in the are known to non-Jews as well
as Jew. What does the non-Jew
A number of innovations have
Ibecn arranged for the conveni-
ence of our worshipers these hol-
say when he finds children vio-
lating their own sacred days?
What influence can Jewish Holy
idays. A staff of ushers has Days have on our children if
been engaged to help in seating : ,hcy arc at school and not in the
and supplying with machzarom i synagogue? Every courtesy is
and taleisim our many worship- snown cach child at our syna-
ers. A new system of notifica- 88U0 services. Come to our
tion of the progress of the ser- services with your children: at
vices has been installed which least send them-
this past Wednesday evening. |wil] make much casier tne duty
The program for the coming year
for the Sunday School activities
was arranged. Registration will
take place Sunday morning. Oc-
tober 13th at 10 o'clock. Full de-
tails as to the faculty and pro-
gram will be announced later.
YAHRZEITEN
The following "Yahrzeitcn"
will be observed during this
month of "Tishri." The "Anni-
versary Candle" is lit the eve-
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
of praying together with the Registration of children in our
congregation, daily school is going on daily.
Every public and high school Many children have already reg-
child will positively be excused istered. Preparations for our
,----~-------~7~ r, ,, ^T" first induction ceremony for all
Leah, mother of Nat. Zalka, Oc- .. ... ,
father of Mrs. Lionel Cassel; Hy-
man Roth, father of Mr. Nat
Roth.
Yahrzeits. September 27th:
Philip Goldstein, father of Mrs.
AUx Mendelson; Bella Wein-
traub. mother of Mr. Maurice
Weintraub: Herman Richter. un-
cle of Mr. J. A. Richter.
Yahrzeits, October 4th: Henry
Levy, husband of Mrs. Rose
Levy; Lynn Raff, daughter of
Mrs. Rose Raff, and sister of Mr.
N. Douglas Raff and Mr. Bert-
ram Raff.
SLICHOS SERVICES
The first services in our new
Synagogue will be held Satur-
day at midnight. We hope that
our people will avail themselves
of the opportunity to praise the
name of God for the first time
in this beautiful edifice. With
reverent humility we invite all
our friends and members to
join us in these services and ex-
press our gratitude to the Al-
mighty for His endless mercy.
Rabbi Kellner will preach before
the services and Cantor Eichen-
baum, augmented by the choir.
will officiate.
JEWISH RADIO HOUR
Rabbi Kellner will conduct the
weekly Jewish Radio Hour Sun-
day coming and will speak at 3
p. m. over Station WIOD on
"Holiday Sentiments." Cantor
Bernard Eichcnhaum and the
Congregational Choir will rend-
er several vocal selections.
MAZEL TOV
The Congregation and the La-
dies Auxiliary join the Rabbi
and the Rebbetzen in extending
sincere mazel tov greetings to
our dear friend and loyal mem-
ber. Mr. E. Albert Pallot on his
forthcoming marriage with Miss
Doris Cromer which will be sol-
emnized Sunday coming. Fondly
do we pray that the Almighty
will bless their union with hap-
piness, prosperity and prolonged
life.
BAR MITZVAH
The Bar Mitzvah ceremonies
of Hyman Hecht of 431 S. W. 15
Avenue will take place the com-
ing Sabbath in our Synagogue.
We are pleased to extend our
greetings to the family and wish
them Nachas and joy.
TICKETS
Tickets for seats in the new
Synagogue are still available and
the ticket committee will be at
the Shul all day Sunday.
tober 10th; Tancnum, husband
of Dora Cohen. October 14th;
Shmuel, father of isadore Brown,
October 16th; Chaya, mother of
Abraham Rubin, October 17th;
Shmuel, father of Nat. Zalka,
ning before the English date jOctober 17th; Chana, mother of
mentioned, and the "Kaddish" Mrs. Julia Kurlander. October
begins the same evening until
sunset of the day mentioned.
Miriam Racsel, mother of A.
Kronenfeld, October 5th;-Avro-
hom Yitzchock, father of Abra-
ham Rubin, October 6th; Chin-
uch, father of Jack Groupper,
October 8th; Miriam, sister of Jo-
seph Rabinowitz, October 10th; !
18th; Yitzhok, father of J. Seigel,
October 20th; Moshe Benyomin,
father of M. S. Fagin, October
21st; Channa Rochel, sister of
Betty Solomon, October 22nd;
Avrohom, father of Frank Wol-
newly enrolled children are un-
der way. This ceremony will
take place Sunday night, Octo-
ber 20th. Adults and children
are invited.
Sunday School sessions begin
Sunday morning. October 20th.
Adults wishing to apply to teach
in these classes are asked to do
so during the coming week at the
office from 4 to 6 p. m.
ASSISTING CANTORS
Assisting cantors in both syn-
agogues for the High Holy Days
kowsky. October 23rd; Chaya will be Messrs. N. Wroobel, H.
Perel, wife of I. Swartz. Novem- jGoldin, S. Shapiro, and M. Gutt-
ber 1st. man.
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is wanted of Mor-
ris Butler, alias Bloom, who last
disappeared from his home in
New York City in 1931, leaving
his wife. Rachel, unprovided for
and since then has failed to
make and provision for her sup-
port, as a result of which she is
in destitute circumstances and
dependent on the charities. Mr.
Butler, who is believed to be in
Slorida, is 44 years of age, 5 feet
tall, weighed 138 pounds, has
brown hair and grey eyes, is a
jeweler. Anyone knowing of his
location is requested to i com-
municate with the National De-
sertion Bureau. 67 West 47th
Street. New York City.


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27,
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
(CONTINUED FROM PACE 4)
STAGE AND SCREEN
Henri Bernstein, the famous
French dramatist who is now a
refugee here, is working day and
night trying to finish a play for
this season ... It will deal with
the dramatic incidents surround-
ing the collapse of France .
When we told you, quite some
Beth: David
"MIAMI'S PIONEER
CONGREGATION
Proudly Presents for
the Hiqh Holidays
Rabbi
Max Shapiro
and
Cantor
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AND CHOIR
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seasons ago, that Sacha Guitry,
the Noel Coward of France, is
non-Aryan, we reaped a flock of
snickers Now the Nazi edict
stopping his performances in
Paris because of his non-Aryan
ancestry should be sufficient ev-
idence that we were right .
If the merger of Sam Goldwyn
and Warner Brothers comes
about, it would mean the biggest
motion picture combine ever es-
tablished Don't be surprised
if Clifford Odets one of these
days announces his union with
one of Hollywood's most famous
movie stars No. it's not a re-
conciliation with Luise Rainer.
. Garson Kanin. the youthful
imovie director who's considered
lone of the best in Hollywood
l today, is said to be asking for
the hand of Katherine Hepburn,
the aristocratic Mayflower- ped-
igreed actress.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Mazel tov to 74-year-old Judge
Julian W. Mack on the occasion
of his marriage The new Mrs.
Mack is the mother of the young
lady who recently nursed the
Zionist leader back to health .
Heinrich Mann, famous brother
of Thomas Mann, is still in Eu-
rope, but is due here any day
now When he gets here he
should receive one of the most
rousing receptions ever given
any refugee, because he was un-
questionably the first important
Aryan man of letters to stand up
agaisnt the swastika-men of Eu-
rope Fritz Thyssen. who
was supposed to tell all about the
Nazis in a book, cannot be lo- '
cated.wc hear He's said to be
very close to the Italian border,
in the unoccupied part of
France That red-haired son
of Herbert Mayard Swope is a
young man who should be
watched He seems to have
the poise and quick-wittedness
to cut an important figure in
public life.
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FEDERATION NOTES

by ISAAC JOFFE
Executive Director
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IH EACH OF THESE 36 CITIES
Hotali lo during iiaio" Spnal >a'. mod* lo familiot.
IN FLORIDA IN OTHER STATIS
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In line with its established
procedure, the budget commit-
tee met last Monday evening for
the second time to consider allo-
cations of funds to a number of
jits beneficiaries, from the forth-
coming 1941 campaign. It was
I gratifying to note the progress
made" during the past year by
these agencies, as evidence.) by
! their latest reports, much of
which was made possible by the
support from Federations and
Welfare funds throughout the
country.
The committee was particular-
ly impressed by the statement,
made by one of its members that
i an earnest attempt is being made
by an interested group to create
| a United Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation in Greater Miami Need-
less to say. Federation looks with
great favor upon such a worthy
Imovement and wishes it a speedy
and successful fulfillment.
The hope was expressed that
this may be the forerunner of
similar attempts to meet the
rising demand for an expansion
of local needs and a consequent
unification of other community
activities.
Federation expresses its ap-
preciation to the Miami section
of the National Council of Jew-
ish Women for the courtesies ex-
tended to our president. Mr.
Stanley C. Myers, and to Mr.
Isaac Joffc. our executive direc-
tor, at its first luncheon meeting
held on Wednesday. September
25. and at the same time ex-
tends its greetings to Miss Bess
B. Spanner. Council's newly ap-
pointed executive director, wish-
ing her happiness and success in
her undertaking. Council is do-
ing a splendid job and deserves
the capable direction of one so
experienced in that field.
W i the Jewish New Year al-
most upon us. the officers and
directors of Federation take this
opportunity of thanking every
member of our community for
the splendid support given to
Federation during the past year
and to express the hope that the
New Year will find us all in
good health and with a continued
desire to work to make the 1941
campaign an even greater suc-
cess than the previous ones. God
bless you all!
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
possible.
The Jewish Floridian. 21 S. _W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2.1141, which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any t,m ,"n
w. ... .*...- nl rln.irillQ d.ltCS.
conducts ic w>v- --
the matter of clearing dates.
,.-,.,, JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL
e.'n ........?* 1" the year and
moriiinK, October 20, 1M0,. endln
Su inlay
linn iiiiik. M-i"K^i --;,,,
Sunday m.'i mil-. May ->tn,, i
VERY MONDAY MORNINGTem-
Vi, torael Sisterhood Sewing
Classes benefit Bed Crow, at Kap-
v-ery'm'oxday EVENINGY. W.
II. a. bowling games. -..
CCONP ANP KOI Kill it i-..-
LtAYS "f each month, regular meet-
ing 0f si,.,:, in i.o.u.. lrnio ll-rith.
VERY TfESDA\ l-.\ l-.MM. V
w H \ it Y ( luoroom*.
VERY WEDNESDAY MORNINU
National Co incll of Jewish Women
.ind
Mrs.
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Miami
OCTOBER
5M. B. Mizrachi, Men and Wo-
men's Divisions, Opening
meeting.
13_Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Yom
Kippur Dance.
14Sr Hadassah all day Board
meeting at home of Mrs.
Samuel Simonoff. president.
15Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox, general open
meeting at Alcazar Hotel
Roof from 1 to 4 p. m.
' 20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Succoth Party.
20Pioneer Womens Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami. Dinner.
27Beth Jacob Religious School
Induction Exercises.
28Sr. Hadassah Installation
Brunch in Cromwell Hotel
Gardens.
30Nat'l. Council Jewish Wom-
en Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
1And every Friday thereafter
through the month of April.
Nat'l. Council of Jewish Wo-
men Miami Section, general
meeting.
10Joint installation of Jewish
Welfare Bureau and Aux-
iliary.
-Miami Section ]...
Study Groups at the I.
C. H. Ailler
EVERT WEDNESDAY
lassah Sewing Group
I'. M. at Temple i
Room, benefit Rr-.l Cross
EVERY THURSDAY AKTER:
Y. \v. II. A. Sawing c
fit K.-.l Cross at Y flu I
EVERY THIRSHAY j .
B'nal B'rltb bowling g
ami Reel ,'.o Ion i'- nti i
EVERY BATURDAY \i
The Spinoza Forum r|
the lawn uf l ii- Abraham v.
home. lo.">9 Collins Ave
Beach.
10Ladies Auxiliary Mia J w,
ish Orthodox Ci .,
Cafeteria Supper.
NOVEMBER
24Pioneer Women's Or..... ,,.
tion for Palestine of I
Miami, Literary evei
24Beth David Sisterhood Bam
Dance ana Fair.
26Ladies Auxiliary Mian i Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Membership Tea.
27Nat'l. Council Jewish \V>m-
en Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
27Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner
Dance at Hollywood Beach
Hotel.
28Junior Hadassah Annual
Thanksgiving Turkev Trot.
DECEMBER
4Nat'L Council Jewish \V m-
en General Meeting 2 pm.
22A. Z. A. Sweetheart Dance.
26M. B. Habanoth Chanukah
Entertainment.
28Ladies Auxiliary Miami J>-
ish Orthodox Congn
28Beth Jacob Religious 1
Chanukah Affair
29M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh irtjr,
29Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami. Chanukah
and Card Party. a
29Beth David Sisterhood Cha-
nukah Dinner.
GURION LEAVES FOR U. S.
London (WNS-Palcor Agency)
David Ben Gurion, chairman of
the executive of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, left here
for the United States on the first
leg of his return journey to Pal-
estine.
He will come to the United
States and continue via the Far
East and India. For the past five
months he has been in London.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
A nvone liavirar a:' I
clothing, furniture,
are not beitiK used or
please cooperate with
dies Auxiliary of the
Welfare Bureau.
tins,, articles t"
magi-: STORE ma
them.
If You Cannot Bring The
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 167 N. W. 5t" St.
Please Phone
Mrs. L. J. Hartz, 2.71
Mn. Morris Dublrr. 3V
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5 426
Jewish Welfare Office. 3
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. 2 '8W
and they will be called 'or

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The wedding of Mr. Leon
Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Green of Richmond. Va.. to Eliz-
abeth Culbertson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Culbertson of
Elkins Park. N. J.. will be sol-
emnized Friday afternoon at the
Alcazar Hotel with Rabbi Col-
man Zwitman officiating. Irwin
W. Green, brother of the groom,
will be best man and Mrs. Esther
Green. sister-in-law of the
groom, will be matron of honor.
A reception will follow the ci r<
mony after which the couple will
leave for a honeymoon trip to
Havana. Cuba. Upon their return
the couple will reside at 601 N.
E. 32nd St. Miss Culbertson has
been a visitor to this city for the
past several years. Mr. Green is
connected with the firm of Hos-
kins & Green.
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MORTGAGE LOANS
msom SWIMS
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Delicious Corned Beef
Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats
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NAZI LEADERS GO ON TRIAL
Montevideo (WNS) Eight
prominent Nazi agents were ar-
rested and held for arial before
the Supreme Court of Justice
charged with conspiring to over-
throw Uruguay and to extend
Nazi domination to South Amer-
ica, it was announced.
Single Mortgage
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1940 vJewist Fkiridian PAGE FIVE Tickets On Sale for the New Synagogue and Talmud Torah A SPIRITUAL DELIGHT • The Renowned Tenor Cantor Maurice Mamches Will Chant Services Assisted by a Trained Choir Beth Jacob Congregation in the New Synagogue MIAMI BEACH Rosh Hashonah Beginning Evening of OCTOBER 2nd and Yom Kippur Beginning Evening of OCTOBER 11th Kabhi Moses Mescheloff Will Preach English and Yiddish Sermons Throughout The Holidays • Make Your Reservations at Once Refugees and Those in Need Will be Supplied With Tickets Gratis Upon Application PLAIN TALK (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM AN ISSUE You Have Tried the Rest Now Try the Best MEALS IN TOWN HOWELL'S RESTAURANT 1013 N. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA "Prices that Are Right" don't you think it's nerve on your part to request the services of organized Judaism in this crisis of your life whereas you have had no part in congregational life before?" "Yes, I may have been lax, but I myself wouldn't turn away even an utter stranger who came to me for help in his extremity. I would at least have invited him into the house and made him warm at the fire place." "Well, Mr. Segal, that's our rule—no membership no burial. However, we'll take care of you if you will agree to join our' synagogue." "No! I can not subscribe to an organized religion that seems to bo lacking in the decent consideration that is one of the es. sentials of religion. Gentlemen, it's just like being married by shotgun." Were I a rabbi I should rebel against a rule of my congregation that prohibted me from' burying non-members. I would bury even a Christian who was brought to me for religious ser, vices. Anyway. I think a synagogue; should offer itself as something more vital to non-members than as ;i place for funerals and weddings. After all. one dies only once and generally gets married only once, and it scarcely pays to 'belong to a congregation a Life-time just for the purpose of being buried and married properly. A belter way of getting members than by promise of burial is described by Rabbi D. Schwartz, director of Synagogue Activities of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and editor ; o f "The Synagogue." "The strongest inducement and the best argument calculated to predispose the unaffiliated to join the congregation is the synagogue itself. The solemnity of its worship, the cordiality and breadth of its fellowship, the sincerity of its handclasp in joy and sorrow, the excellence of its educational and recreational program, are the real magnet by which to attract those whose loyalty had been weakened and whose slumbering Jewish consciousness and sense of spiritual values must be reawakened." Yes. bury the dead and don t chase away the living Jews from the house of Israel; for self-respecting people will have noth' ing to do with a congregation that attempts to press them in by force. And those who join by force are not worth having anyway. I am told that the Quakers never do go out hunting for members. They rely on the mer. its of their religion to bring in new people. If some one wants to join he is welcome but he is never asked; yet new members do come. Perhaps before the campaign for more members in synagogues was started there should have been a campaign to bring the merits of Judaism itself to the hearts and minds of the unaffiliated. Lately Judaism has seemed too much to be an institution that has to do with fighting Hitler. The National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section held its first general meeting of the season Wednesday at Fassa's Restaurant in the form of a luncheon. Mrs. Benj. Le Vine, president of Miami Section, extended greetings. Miss Bess Spanner, new executive director of the section, spoke. In her speech Miss Spanner discussed the pleasant relationship between the Miami section and other local agencies, the fine spirit of cooperation between these agencies, and the hope that Council would continue to make this city the paradise that it is. concluded her talk. Mr. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, spoke on the value of Federation, and then introduced Mr. Isaac Joffe, new executive director of Federation. Mr. Joffe in his talk, promised that in the near future he would explain and show proof that all money received, is received by the needy Jews overseas. Mrs. Benjamin LeVine was appointed delegate to represent the Miami Section at the TriAnnual convention to be held at the Astor Hotel, New York, in November. Elimination of street cars and reduction of riding costs are offered the Miami public on October 8 when the voters express their views on the city-wide transportation contract between the city and the Miami Transit company, according to the proposal made by the transit company. Other financial benefits to be derived—if Miami's citizenry approves the Miami Transit company's proposal, they state—include a four cent fare for school children, or 20 tickets for 80 cents, with universal free transfer. They now pay five cents for transportation. In addition there is offered a special five cent fare for the downtown business area. Universal transfers will be free with the new seven cent token fare to any section in Miami. They propose many new crosstown routes, both east and west and north and south, eliminating the long rides through town, being available to passengers. There will be through routes from north to south right through the downtown section— without trouble of transfer. Arrangements are being made so that no Miami home will be more than two blocks from a bus line. YUGOSLAVIA BARS JEWS FROM TRADING IN FOODS WOLPERTS FURMTIRE BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be I ndcrsold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 Geneva (WNS—Legislation designed to curb Jewish participation m the political, economic and social life of Yugoslavia appeared imminent as the pro-Nazi faction gained control in the government it was learned here. A shortage of food and rocketing of prices last week resulted in angry street demonstrations In Belgrade and cither cities. In an obvious attempt to pin the blame for the food shortage on the Jews, a decree was issued forbidding Jewish merchants and firms financed by Jewish capital to trade in foodstuffs. Jews who became citizens "of Yugoslavia before 1918 were exi empted from the decree. CLEIN'S HOTEL I860 S. 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PAGE FOUR P Jenist> nurkHan FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1940 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Entered as second class matter July 4. 1930 at the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR | ?no SIX MONTHS luu FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1940 VOLUME 13 NUMBER 39 .PLAIN TALK] BURY THE DEAD By Al Segal NAZI SABOTAGE IN AMERICA If any evidence was necessary to prove that the Nazi agents in the United States are not only conducting subversive propaganda but are actually prepared for terrorist activities, such evidence was provided in New York by the arrest of Edward Albert Kangesier. Detectives of the espionage squad in New York, raiding Kangesier's apartment in connection with the July 4 bomb explosion at the World's Fair, which killed two policemen, discovered tear-gas guns and other weapons, Nazi pamphlets and anti-Jewish posters—all of recent German manufacture. An ex-member of the German-American Bund, the arrested Kangesier was formerly in the submarine service of the United States Navy. The basic questions which arise out of the arrest of this pro-Nazi figure is: How did he secure the German-made weapons and anti-Semitic literature which the police found in his apartment? How does Germany manage to supply, despite the present blockade, its agents in the United States with weapons manufactured in the Reich recently? By what route are these weapons smuggled into the United States? We should like to call to your attention a series of articles starting in this week's (September 27) Friday magazine. These articles are entitled "American Merchants of Hate." The series deals with the subject of anti-Semitism and establishes that the anti-Semitic movement in this country, as throughout the world, is a Fifth Column movement. The articles show the extent of the penetration of anti-Semitism in various groups in this country; how it always operates as an anti-democratic agency to divide democratic peoples; and what are the forces behind anti-Semitism. The amazing front cover on the weekly shows a facsimile of a letter to Fritz Kuhn in which he is assured that his connection with a famed American won't be revealed. The letter, if a true copy, confirms what you've heard, and what investigations conducted locally also show. The bomb explosion at the World's Fair is comparatively a minor affair, compared with the subsequent explosions in munition factories near Dover, New Jersey, in which dozens of innocent American workers lost their lives. The result of the raid on Kangesier's apartment throws light on the source of such explosions. The German-made weapons found on Kangesier leave no doubt as to the role which Germany is playing in undermining American defense by acts of organized sabotage and by deliberately planned explosions. In the current issue of "The Synagogue." published by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. a matter is brought up that is troubling a great many temple boards in the United States. It is this: Should the rabbis be allowed to bury or marry people who had or have no connection with the congregational life? In short, should non-members be boycotted when they come to their graves or to the marriage altars? Are they entitled to the blessing that commits them to a happy place in heaven or sends them off to live happily together ever afterward on the earth? In fact, this is a question that come te: Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (By PHINEAS J. BIRON) LISTEN HERE After Gory Goering's flight over London, when he took a crossing will cause him to stab himself in ttie back No. there's nothing to the rumor that King Carol and Magda are taking up quarters in Quebec. Canada Carol wants to remain wimin easy flying distance of Bucharest, as he believes that one of these days conditions will change and permit him to dethrone his son for the second time Recently the German chief administrator of occupied France sent around posters to the local French police stations with instrutions to display them prominently and with the warning that the penalty ones up ever so often in the Jor ^facing the posters would be death The posters deembt^There te^a rule !" it P^ted a Nazi soldier kissing a French child, and were capseems, that our congregation can have no truck with a dead man who had sufficient means and yet did not belong to the congregation. It is thought to be impertinence on his part to come to the congregation when he is dead and say. "Please bury me." tioned "We love you. THINGS TO NOTE Did you hear Theodore Granik's American Forum of the Air on the Mutual network the other Sunday, when Senator Styles Bridges of New Hampshire debated with Harold L. Ickes? In the course of the question-and-answer exchange the Jff for 'a Sn 1 to demand Senator had the bad taste to inquire why it was that President that his children be married Roosevelt had started talking about defense only after the within the sanction of a congreRothschilds' money had been taken away from them gation to which he has never Q| course re f usea to answer this anti-Semitic question. contributed anything. j Te i isch us is a good foreign correspondent, but could pr^t^r,; maKu^l'V^ i we.l use bit more tact Invited to address -a : gaU, !" ,g nag conditional on the family where funds were to be raised to bring intellectual refugees to joining the temple. Of course. this country, he warned the audience to look out for hfth-columnwe wouldn't lei a dead poor man ers amon g those applying for refuge ... A rather ridiculous go unburied. The tact that the warninq DeC ause that particular organization under whose ausKfsugglL"^ ';:: %  •,'" J£ P^s he spoke deals only with refugees who have unquestioneasy even al out letting a dead able record of action against the Nazis That Italian Consul rich man, who was not a memj n jj ew York will get himself into trouble unless he stops taking n, u ? hls such an active interest in the "Stop Roosevelt" campaign T,v, rich man who Why should Chicago's police chief Costello have banned "Pasdud without any congregational tor Hall," Jimmy Roosevelt s screen story of Niemoeller.-'... affiliation. He had been a nun:Aside to Winchell: Won't you tell us who that Washington army ber of the congregation many 0 ffj cer IS w ho, when he was in Berlin, received from Herr Goei323. "he *JE K£5? 0, L £ ina a medal inscribed To a ,rue friend of Nazi P !" P les? JEWISH NEWS Morris Margulies, erstwhile secretary of the ZOA, to whom the new leadership has not yet assigned a new title, threw a when he died his family bombshell into the farewell get-together of Zionist employes desired to have him religiously leaving New York for Washington Morris, in a humorous in life he had come to the idea that there was no merit in religion or in religious organization and would have no more of either. speech, caused great consternation among all present when he told the boys and girls that the removal of the Zionist head quarters to Washington was a "frame-up"—until he explained that he meant a frame-up on the part of the New Yorkers, who wanted to get rid of the Zionist office in their town Then a buried under the auspices of the congregation of which he had formerly been a member. Well, what to do? Despite the anornoly that his family wanted this non-believing man buried religiously, he g re at wave' of laughter and relief swept over the crowd was not one who could be sent away churlishly. He had been a distinguished man in Israel—not because of the wealth he had The Jewish Theological Seminary went to all kinds of trouble to get Albert Einstein to participate in its symposium on religion. When they sent out the story to the press, however. Prof. accumulated but because of the i Einstein's participation, which had created quite a furore, was wealth he had giver, so gcner;; careiully omit e d ously and intelligently to manycauses. Though he had separated himself from the religious congregation of Israel he seemed in most essentials to have been the noblest of Jews. So he was buried under the sponsorship of Israel. I don't believe that the best way to get non-members to join congregations is by refusing them the services of Judaism in | a time they think they need it most. This is coercion and JuWhen asked why, the press department of the seminary replied that Proefssor Einstein's remarks were not of great importance to the conference. HOT STUFF %  CourttiyjjTIi. National Jawiih Monthly" "VIC AY* WTT E R • Mr. A. Guttman of 115 West 45th Street, New York, is carrying on a one-man campaign advocating what amounts to race suicide for Jews The way to stop anti-Semitism, says Mr. Guttman very seriously, in a leaflet which he sends to any one who sends him a three-cent stamp, is this First, no moto kosher food; second, all Jewish religious services to be held Sundays; third, the high holy days to be observed on successdaism imposed by force is no ive Sundays; and fourth, no Hebrew or Yiddish ever to be spok m0re d ^ b Mo^^if^thlv f 1 ? in ,he stree,s • Religion, says Mr. Guttman, should be halto'take it i felt but never seen %  A "^us belief cannot be flaunted (There is at present in progin "? e ace of the world without arousing resentment and hatrcss a nation-wide campaign to red," is the 45th Street philosopher's great contribution toward bring unaffiliated Jews into the j the solution of the Jewish problem Our reaction to the CO W g e r re ga i ,0 a nS dead man I should I J^! bustaes.il that hobbies are all right, but golf is prefe.speak to God about a synagogue aDle to man y others. FAIRY TALE On the day when Mussolini's airplanes bombed Tel Aviv the lighting arrangements for the model of the 1939 Tel Aviv in the Diorama Hall of the Palestine Pavilion at the World's Fair suffered a breakdown Wondering whether this was a psychic phenomenon, Director Weisgal instituted an intensive search for the cause, and discovered a number of electric wires that showed signs of having been gnawed by a rodent ... A trap baited with Palestinian cheese provided by the Cafe Tel Aviv was rushed to the cubbyhole behind the diorai.ex and within twelve hours the culprit was caught—a little gray mouse. Before disposing of the enemy's carcass the Pavilion staff conducted a solemn ceremony posthumously dubbing the beastie that wouldn't bury me "O Lord God. how great is Thy tolerance in that Thou didst let me into paradise, despite that I was not a dues-payer. Yet the congregation of Israel would have nothing to do with me when I died." Were I a non-member I should resent an organized Judaism that said to me. "You are not a duesj payer and for that reason your dead kinsman is not entitled to the sacred comforts of Judaism."' I should reply. .'Your organized Judaism is well organized but it really doesn't look like Judaism to me. I want none of it." They might say to me, "But (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) (8 3ov


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'* %  y wJewisti IFIoiriiclliai in w GSSESM T/he Jliewiislh lUiniitty /# VOLUME 13—No. 39 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1940 PRICE 10 CENTS JEWS AND ARABS Haifa (WNS-Palcor Agency)— This latest attack on the Holy Land has cemented the new bonds of brotherhood between the Arab and Jewish communities that have been fostered by a common love of the mutual homeland now threatened by the Axis powers. Apparently balked for the first time in their ruthless march over the face of Europe by the fierce resistance of the British Isles, the Axis powers are expanding their field of action to other continents, with particular emphasis at this time on the Near East. Falastin, Jaffa Arabic daily, formerly often hostile to the Jews, stressed the new comradeship in its leading editorial. "When Italian planes bombed Tel Aviv." it stated, "they killed women and children with an unparalleled barbarism. Yesterday these emissaries of fascist savagery returned and repeated against the Arabs what they had done to the Jews, thus binding both nations in the bond of innocent blood." Although all of Haifa's more than 54.000 Jewish population was miraculously spared in the raid. Jewish first-aid volunteers and air raid wardens worked feverishly to rescue the Arab victims. In the city's hospitals Jewish doctors labored ceaselessly in an effort to mend the broken bodies. Haifa's Jewish Acting Mayor Shabbatai Levy, visited the hospitals to express his sympathies and give what aid he could to the wounded. The Yishuv as a whole was quick to express its sympathy both in words and in the more substantial form of a 25 pound sterling contribution designed to give temporary financial relief to destitute relatives of the dead. "The Yishuv shares in the grief of Haifa," declared a message telegraphed by the Vaad Leumi to Mr. Levy, "and especially in that of the Arab community, the latest victim of wanton attack by enemy planes that have taken the lives of scores of innocent citizens." In addition to this Jewish gift the Arab community was also the recipient of 100 pounds sterling sent by High Commissioner Sir Harold MacMichael and of 500 pounds sterling donated by the local British Red Cross. The Jewish Floridian offices will be closed because of the Rosh Hashonah holidays. Thursday and Friday, October 4th and 5th. ....::.. '. :J ._.. JEWS STRANDED ON SHIPS IN PORT Geneva (WNS)—Hitlcrism and accompanying sweep of anti-Semitism throughout Europe I has unfolded no more tragic 'story than that of the 3.000 Jews. | stranded for the past two weeks jon two rotting Greek steamers at Tuloea. Rumanian port in the Danube Delta. The 3.000 Jewish refugees who scraped together every cent they could lay their hands on to make the trip, expect to go to Palestine where they have hopes of finding a haven. Actually, their chances of ever reaching the Holy Land are very slim. Rumanian authorities have issued orders forbidding the refugees to leave the ships and will not permit anyone, including relatives of those on board, to visit the 'decrepit steam< ra, One of the boats is named the Atlantic: the other the Pacific. Though Greek ships, they now fly the Panama flag. Both ships need coal and crews but neither is available. Rumanian seamen refuse to sign up because they consider the steamers unseaworthy. All coal available in Rumania is earmarked for Nazi Germany. Meanwhile, the food and water supplies are running out. Sanitary conditions on both ships are non-existent. The danger of epidemics is always present and doctors among the refugees are frantically trying to obtain adequate medical supplies. JEWS PROTECTION Bucharest (WNS —Rumania's hard-pressed Jews clung to a faint wisp of hope in the promise of Premier Ion Antonescu to protect Jews from all attacks on the condition that they do not i "sabotage" his regime "either politically or economically." it was ; announced here. Premier Antonescu's promise was made in the form of a memorandum to Dr. William Filderman. president of the Union of Rumanian Jews, who recently 'appealed to the premier in a personal interview to curb violent anti-Jewish demonstrations. In his memorandum the proIron Guard premier said: "Will Mr. Filderman please explain to his coreligionists throughout the country that General Antonescu could -jnot possibly accomplish miracles in one week? He found the country in a state of chaos. It was also a week of romantic enthusiasm. A generation that 'had been tortured, tracked down and killed had the right to burst out when freed. In 10 days it had again become orderly and would daily be increasingly disciplined. "I assure Mr. Filderman that 'this will be so and assure him also that if his co-religionists will not sabotage the regime cither politically or economically the Jewish population will suffer nothing. "But the Jewish population must renounce and I seriously draw its attention to this without threatening it—the systems employed hitherto, because political regimes aimed at economic oppression have prevented the political and moral wakening of our national resistance." All Jewish children will be given satisfactory excuses for their absence from schools during the Rosh Hashonah holidays, Thursday and Friday, October 4th and 5th. FATHER CDUGHLIN DROPS BROADCAST JAPS SAY CHRISTIANITY DEVICE OF JEWISH IDEAS Tokio (WNS)—Leaders of Japanese patriotic organizations have launched a campaign against Christianity on the ground it is a Jewish device, according to the newspaper "Hochi." The newspaper quoted a resolution adopted by the patriotic groups. PALESTINE ENLISTMENT APPEAL IS ENDORSED Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—The Central Committee of the Agudath Israel, extreme Orthodox wing of Palestine Jewry, has issued a manifesto endorsing the appeal by the Jewish Agency and the Vaad Leumi calling upon the Yishuv "to provide recruits for the Jewish infantry unit in the British army for the direct defense of Eretz Israel." REFUTES CHARGES JEWS OESIRE WAR New York (WNS)—Asserting that "anti-Semitism is on the rise in this country, chiefly because of the war." the New York Daily News, leading tabloid newspaper with a circulation of more than 2.000.000 daily, scouted charges that the Jews "are to blame as a race or a group for our rush toward's Europe's latest war." "Most of our anti-Semites." the paper said, "the Nazis frangly— 'and others not so frankly—argue that the Jews pushed England and France into declaring war [ on Germany because they wanted to get revenge for the way Hitler treats the German Jews. .We're told. too. that the Jews arc' pushing the United States into the war forthe same motive. "One favorite anti-Semitic theory is that the Jews control most i of the department stores, which jdo most of the big display adverj Using in the papers, and that I thereby the Jews dictate the papers editorial policies on foreign affairs." The paper pointed out that ;William Allen White's Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies "lists very few Jews Ion its roster of more than 600 | eminent sponsors—as well as very few persons of draft age. And the White committee is the most active single agency pushing us toward war." The editorial concluded by saying "we think we are going into this war for the same deep, underlying cause that took us in last time—a cause which has nothing to do with the Jews, the bankers or the •merchants of death." POLISH JEWS REPRESENTED Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency (—A new committee to represent the interests of Polish Jewry was formed on the anniversary of the German invasion of Poland, it was announced here. Detroit (WNS—Father Charles E. Coughlin, anti-Semitic radio priest, disclosed that he had abandoned his plan for a new series of weekly radio talks, which had been scheduled to open on October 20. in a statement published in his newspaper, : Social Justice. Father Coughlin. who has been presenting his weekly radio talks for the past 13 years, charged that "men powerful in the field of radio and other activities." had "forced the decision upon me." Coughlin. who. since the ris<> i to power of Adolf Hitler has dis| played marked Fascist and antiSemitic tendencies and has been a source of embarrassment to Catholic leaders in the United States, said he would not broodcast again "until we cease to bo war-minded — it may be L0 months or it may be 10 years." "I am definitely aware of efforts made in the past to ostracise me from the air." the radio priest declared. "1 am also aware that the sponsors of these efforts ,—men powerful in the field oi radio and other activities—have (not altered their resolution to silence me by one method or another. "In so far as they have fore* d a decision upon me, and with no alternative. I graciously jit and at the same time extend I to them my heartiest congratulaItions for all that the future holds in store for them." Coughlin. recently rebuked ail I his support repudiated by Wendell L. Willkie, Republican presidential nominee, said that he "could not in good conscience support either candidate." Coughlin's agents have encountered increasing difficulties I in obtaining radio time for the radio priest since 1938 when his open support of anti-Semitic organizations like the Christian Front. Christian Mobilizers. etc.. met with severe criticism throughout the country. A recent code adopted by the National Association of Broadcasters plegded its members to refuse time to the anti-Semitic pi iest. CATHOLIC GROUP AGAINST ANTI-SEMITISM C New York (WNS)—As part of its nation wide campaign against anti-Semitism, the Catholic Information Society of New York will send through the mails 5.000 letters and folders "in the interest of tolerance and understanding." it was announced by the Rev. Bonaventure Fitzgerald, moderator of the society. The literature will include a reprint from the Catholic World of "The Sin of Anti-Semitism." by Thomas F. Doyle. A PLEA TO EVERY JEW If you are at all interested in your Jewish community, in its integrity and progress, and in Jewish education, you can show your interest during the coming weeks and the High Holy Days, by becoming a member of one of the synagogucs-in our community, and by praying in one of the established synagogues of Greater Miami. Whoever goes to a so-called "mushroom synagogue" set up in a hotel or other place of business by individuals for their private gain, by so doing, not only refuses to help the Jewish community in its work through its synagogues and religious schools, but actually docs serious damage to the welfare of our community, mocks at the sacredness of Jewish worship, and withdraws his supporting hand, so greatly needed by those working for the Jewish present and future. We plead with you. and through you with your friends and neighbors, to come to the aid of your people and faith by worshiping at and joining only the established synagogues of greater Miami. (Signed) Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. 81 JEWISH REFUGEES AMONG 134 ALIENS New York (WNS)—Eighty-oneJewish refugees from Germany and other Nazi-dominated countries were among 134 aliens brought here from the Panama Canal Zone aboard the United States Army transport American Legion. The refugees taken by the army from the Canal Zone as part of its drive to purge the area of all illegal residents and potential fifth columnists, were detained at Ellis Island until final disposition is made of their status The Jewish refugees figured in a phony "spy" scare recently during which all were arrested



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1940 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) +Jenisti ncridHan PAGE SEVEN BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SMAKIHO, KaDlii 498 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor 300 N. W 16th Avenue Phone 2-0828 BETH DAVID CONG. ORG ANIZE S CHOIR The newly organized choir of Beth David Congregation being trained by Cantor Joseph Malek, will assist him in chanting the High Holiday services at Beth David Synagogue this year. Cantor Malek, who was recently np| pointed to this position, is known | throughout entire Europe and ; j the United States and has a very SCHEDULE THIS WEEK Morning services .... 7:30 a.m. Evening services 6:00 p.m. Saturdays services 8:30 a.m. Sunday services 8 :00 a.m. Hebrew School 3 :15 to 6:15 SLICHOS SERVICES The first service of "Slichos" or "Repentance" will be conducted at the Beth David Synagogue Saturday night at 11:30 by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Joseph Malik, assisted by the choir of ten male voices will be heard for the first time in the rendition of the prayers of penitence. Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the subject "Gevooras Tishuvoh—the Power of Repentance." All members and friends are asked to attend this service. Washington Avenue and Third .^^^i reet Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5.1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Can'or Phone 5-2013 945 Euclid Avenue SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Shachriss: Daily at 8:00 a. m.. Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Mincha: Daily at 6:00 p. m., Friday and Saturday at 5:45 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 6:00 p. in. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Maariv: Daily at 6:40 p. m.. Saturday at 6:50 p. m. SLICHOSS Slichoss will be held this Saturday night at midnight in the new Synagogue building. The service will be chanted by CanTEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6.1265 Miami Beach I RABBI COLMAN A. 2WITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 Miami Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION Sabbath eve services Friday evening. September 27th. 1940. 8:15 o'clock. Regular services conducted by both rabbis. High Holy Day services. 57011940. Rosh Hashono eve. Wednesday. October 2nd. 1940. 8:15 o'clocck. The sermon, "Beyond the Present Tragedy." will be delivered by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. New Year's Day. Thursday, October 3rd. 1940. 10:00 o'clock. The sermon. 'Darkness Over the | Abyss, and the Spirit of God." tor Mamche8 and the entire choir %  under the direction of A. Louis high standing among the musical *" n A Zwhman NEW YEAR SERVICES The New Year will be ushered win Oinsburg, basso. Our choir in Wednesday evening, October received a great deal of publicMechlowitz. The members of the critics throughout the world. He choir are Joel LaPato and Louis writes many his own composiITeitelbaum, tenors: Bernard Itions and is a graduate of the Teitelbaum. Albert Gold webber I Vienna Conservatory of Music. [and Jerome Bass, baritones; Ed' Elaborate preparations and 2nd at 6:30. Cantor Joseph Mali k. assisted by the choir, will chant the traditional prayer. Itubbi Max Shapiro will discuss briefly the subject "Repetition or | Renewal?" Thursday and Friday mornings services will begin at 8 o'clock; at 10 a. m. Thursday the Rabbi will preach "In Quest of an Answer." Friday morning at 10:30 the Rabbi will speak on "The Summation— A New Answer." All the prayers will be chanted by Cantor Joseph Malek, assisted by the choir of ten male voices. Mr. Louis Weinkle will chant "Shachraisism"—the Morning Prayer. JUNIOR SERVICES The boys and girls will conduct their own services in the auditorium during the High Holy Days. They will chant their own services and preach their own serWorld." mons. We urge parents to send j their children to these services Thursday and Friday from 10 to 12 A. M. Harold Shapiro. Herbert Glazeroff. Albert Eskanazi. David Jacobs, Seymour Hinkes and Harvey Sootin will be in charge. SUNDAY SCHOOL .A teachers' meeting was called ity in its excellent performance over the air last Sunday afternoon. We know you will enjoy hearing them this Saturday night decoration of the Synagogue are being made by Mrs. Joseph Fine. president of the Sisterhood, and her committee. Mr. Norman Weissman. acting executive secretary, reports that seats are biv ;and during the High Holy Days, ling sold rapidly, and urges all Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on •Midnight Planting." The seating committee will be at the synagogue from 9 p. m. for the reservation of seats. Seats may be had in either building. Services will be held evenings at 6 o'clock and mornings at 8 o'clock on Rosh Hashana. Cantor and choir will sing. The Rabbi will preach at morning services in each building. The first day's subjects will center around the theme of "The World and the Jew"; the themes of the second day will be centered on who intend to attend services to make their reservations immediately. for absence from classes every Jewish holiday this year on preentation of a letter signed by parents or Rabbi Mescheloff. These can be obtained at the synagogue office any weekday afternoon. Parents, for the sake of your children and the dignity of our Sabbath of Repentance services Friday evening. October 4th 1940. 8:15 p. m., and Saturday morning, October 5th. 1940. 11:00 a. m. Services conducted by both rabbis. RECEPTION The annual Congregational New Year's reception given in honor of the officers of Temple Israel, Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, and Rabbi and Mrs. Co>man A. Zwitman. will be held at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Zwitman, 5400 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach, on the afternoon of the New Year, Thursday. October 3rd, 1940. from 3:00 to 6:00 o'clock. Members are cordially invited to attend. IN MEMORIAM At the services Friday evening the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently Departed: Abraham | 1545 S. W. Third Street j ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi Rabbi's Residence: I 1 919 South West 13th Court Phone 3.5192 I Schedule of Services Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45 p. m. Friday evening services: 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9:00 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. "m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. community, see to it that your children are in the synagogue I Bulbin. father of Mr. Henry Buland not in their school classes bin; Asa Hirsch. father of Mrs. during our holidays. These days Jos Cohen; Morris Dannenberg. the topic of "The Jew in the are known to non-Jews as well as Jew. What does the non-Jew A number of innovations have Ibecn arranged for the convenience of our worshipers these holsay when he finds children violating their own sacred days? What influence can Jewish Holy idays. A staff of ushers has Da y s have on our children if been engaged to help in seating : ,hcy arc at school and not in the and supplying with machzarom i synagogue? Every courtesy is and taleisim our many worshipsnown cach child at our synaers. A new system of notifica88 U0 services. Come to our tion of the progress of the serservices with your children: at vices has been installed which least send them this past Wednesday evening. | wil] make much casier tne duty The program for the coming year for the Sunday School activities was arranged. Registration will take place Sunday morning. October 13th at 10 o'clock. Full details as to the faculty and program will be announced later. YAHRZEITEN The following "Yahrzeitcn" will be observed during this month of "Tishri." The "Anniversary Candle" is lit the eveRELIGIOUS SCHOOL of praying together with the Registration of children in our congregation, daily school is going on daily. Every public and high school Many children have already regchild will positively be excused istered. Preparations for our ~ ~7~ r, ,, ^T" first induction ceremony for all Leah, mother of Nat. Zalka, Oc, .. ... father of Mrs. Lionel Cassel; Hyman Roth, father of Mr. Nat Roth. Yahrzeits. September 27th: Philip Goldstein, father of Mrs. AUx Mendelson; Bella Weintraub. mother of Mr. Maurice Weintraub: Herman Richter. uncle of Mr. J. A. Richter. Yahrzeits, October 4th: Henry Levy, husband of Mrs. Rose Levy; Lynn Raff, daughter of Mrs. Rose Raff, and sister of Mr. N. Douglas Raff and Mr. Bertram Raff. SLICHOS SERVICES The first services in our new Synagogue will be held Saturday at midnight. We hope that our people will avail themselves of the opportunity to praise the name of God for the first time in this beautiful edifice. With reverent humility we invite all our friends and members to join us in these services and express our gratitude to the Almighty for His endless mercy. Rabbi Kellner will preach before the services and Cantor Eichenbaum, augmented by the choir. will officiate. JEWISH RADIO HOUR Rabbi Kellner will conduct the weekly Jewish Radio Hour Sunday coming and will speak at 3 p. m. over Station WIOD on "Holiday Sentiments." Cantor Bernard Eichcnhaum and the Congregational Choir will render several vocal selections. MAZEL TOV The Congregation and the Ladies Auxiliary join the Rabbi and the Rebbetzen in extending sincere mazel tov greetings to our dear friend and loyal member. Mr. E. Albert Pallot on his forthcoming marriage with Miss Doris Cromer which will be solemnized Sunday coming. Fondly do we pray that the Almighty will bless their union with happiness, prosperity and prolonged life. BAR MITZVAH The Bar Mitzvah ceremonies of Hyman Hecht of 431 S. W. 15 Avenue will take place the coming Sabbath in our Synagogue. We are pleased to extend our greetings to the family and wish them Nachas and joy. TICKETS Tickets for seats in the new Synagogue are still available and the ticket committee will be at the Shul all day Sunday. tober 10th; Tancnum, husband of Dora Cohen. October 14th; Shmuel, father of isadore Brown, October 16th; Chaya, mother of Abraham Rubin, October 17th; Shmuel, father of Nat. Zalka, ning before the English date jOctober 17th; Chana, mother of mentioned, and the "Kaddish" Mrs. Julia Kurlander. October begins the same evening until sunset of the day mentioned. Miriam Racsel, mother of A. Kronenfeld, October 5th;-Avrohom Yitzchock, father of Abraham Rubin, October 6th; Chinuch, father of Jack Groupper, October 8th; Miriam, sister of Joseph Rabinowitz, October 10th; 18th; Yitzhok, father of J. Seigel, October 20th; Moshe Benyomin, father of M. S. Fagin, October 21st; Channa Rochel, sister of Betty Solomon, October 22nd; Avrohom, father of Frank Wolnewly enrolled children are under way. This ceremony will take place Sunday night, October 20th. Adults and children are invited. Sunday School sessions begin Sunday morning. October 20th. Adults wishing to apply to teach in these classes are asked to do so during the coming week at the office from 4 to 6 p. m. ASSISTING CANTORS Assisting cantors in both synagogues for the High Holy Days kowsky. October 23rd; Chaya will be Messrs. N. Wroobel, H. Perel, wife of I. Swartz. NovemjGoldin, S. Shapiro, and M. Guttber 1st. man. INFORMATION WANTED Information is wanted of Morris Butler, alias Bloom, who last disappeared from his home in New York City in 1931, leaving his wife. Rachel, unprovided for and since then has failed to make and provision for her support, as a result of which she is in destitute circumstances and dependent on the charities. Mr. Butler, who is believed to be in Slorida, is 44 years of age, 5 feet tall, weighed 138 pounds, has brown hair and grey eyes, is a jeweler. Anyone knowing of his location is requested to i communicate with the National Desertion Bureau. 67 West 47th Street. New York City.



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PAGE SIX fJewist Horidliiari FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1940 ^ I OBSERVE THE HOLY DAYS within our beautiful New Synagogue Clean. Modern, Well Ventilated. Good Acoustics Cantor Bernard Eichenbaum Will Chant Services at the MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION B'nai B'rith Uffi* Notes By HAROLD TURK The following article was written by Irving Ginsburg, president of the Miami Chapter of A. Z. A. Irving is a charter member and has always been active in the chapter: A Z A Just three letters of the aphabet that comOur coming affair will be the highlight of our social activities for the year, namely, our Annual Sweetheart Dance to be held at the beautiful Alcazar Roof Garden. Music will be furnished by a selected orchestra and the Queen will be crowned, who will prise the name of the Junior represent the chapter in SavanROSH HASHONAH Beginning Evening of October 2nd YOM KIPPUR Beginning Evening of October 11th Rabbi A. A. Kellner Will Preach Throughout the Holidays MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY At the Synagogue 598 S. W. 17th Avenue or with H. M. Drevich 6 S. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-8816 Walterson Body Works J. V. Walterton, Prop. BODY AND FENDER STRAIGHTENING Wheel Alianlno — Blackamithlng Duco and Enamel Painting L 1135 North Miami Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA Order of B'nai B'rith. These letters stand for and symbolize the better side of Jewish activity among the young men between the ages of 15 and 21. How many of us are familiar with the meaning of the three letters. A-Z-A-, and how many of us realize that those three letters represent years of intensive work, sacrifice, and achievement through the efforts of thousands of Jewish men throughout the country. Aleph Zadik Aleph means Peace, Benevolence, and Brotherly Love—all three words that strike upon the mind as well as the heart, as enveloping all that is good. These words are forever held before the eyes of the A. Z. A. members. Their meaning is the goal which we try to attain. Miami Chapter No. 322. the originator of the A. Z. A. movement in South Florida, has been progressing with amazing rapidity within the last two years. Under the splendid leadership of such worthy men as Mr. Louis Heiman and Mr. Sam Silver, our chapter boasts of a roster of over 55 members. We are financially independent. We ask financial aid of no one. requesting nothing from our community ... always endeavoring to serve. Possibly the greatest benefit that the Miami A. Z. A. Chapter extends to the parents (who are Ben Briths') is that they may rest assured that their sons are nah. Georgia, at our convention this Christmas. In behalf of the Miami Chapter, we wish to thank Sholcm Lodge of B'nai B'rith for their cooperation and would also like to thank Harold Turk for extending us the invitation to write this column. • • • Now that many of you brethren have returned from your vacations, please devote some time to our membership drive. Why not set aside a couple of hours some day this week and contact the prospective members that are contained in the lists that have been distributed. If you don't have a list, contact the B'nai B'rith office by calling 2-1388. and Miss Roth will procure a list for you. This is the pre-Holiday Season, and our Jewish brethren should offer no resistance at this time when asked to become a member. Bear in mind that our goal is 1,500 members, and we have quite a job before us procuring the required number of additional members, but this job can be made easy if we all cooperate. Important as procuring new members, is seeing that the dues of those of our present members arc paid up to date. Brothers Marx Feinberg and Walter C. Kovner have requested that I remind you brethren whose dues are in arrears that our organization cannot function and carrykeen competition developing | among them. Many of the final scores show a definite improve. ment and a difference of only | a few points and the boys are I fighting to get up on top. The average scores arc becom' ing higher and before very long the fellows should be able to hold their own or better with the Y. M. H. A. teams. Last week the games played were not figured as part of our i regular league tournament because too many of the boys were : absent, consequently too many substitutes were inserted in the [ teams that played. Lou Kraft \ was captain of team No. 1 and with the aid of Brother Hy Kaplan, they scored just enough to beat team No. 2 by five pins. \ High game was rolled by Martin Milstein with a score of 117, who also rolled high set with 313. Second place was filled by John Kronenfeld with high score of 110 and high set of 308. Third place was filled by L. Grossberg with high score of 104 and high j set of 303 .. Brother Grossberg, who is somewhat beyond his teens, certainly can teach the ', younger boys a trick or two. Come down every Thursday { night and meet your fellowmembers and enjoy the evening | with us. It is plenty of fun so I bring your friends and out-of! towners. Here's hoping to see you next Thursday night at the Miami Recreation Alleys. Sincerely yours. Marty Milstein Chairman Bowling Committee • • • Your writer dropped in on the bowling team just about five weeks ago to look and before many minutes was rolling a ball for the first time in his life I certainly enjoyed it and have been attending every Thursday night when the brethren bowl. We look forward to seeing them at the next meeting Our own president. Brother Abbott, has returned to the city and we're certainly glad to see him back. Most important news item is the wedding of Brother Al Pallot to Miss Doris Cromer this Sunday. being helped along mentally, on the good work if we do not morally, religiously, and physicihave the monies that we realize ally. jfrorn dues. A. Z. A.'s program frowns up• • • on over-indulgence or participa: Dear Harold: tion in any activities which will I In spite of the fact that you reflect upon our Jewish people,'have not written about our and always encourages social and bowling team these last couple cultural activities which are of; of weeks, the boys have been a high standard. going strong and there is very WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP 172 N. W. FIRST STRF.ET PHONE 2-2462 MIAMI. FLORIDA We Call for and Deliver vote FOR MIAMI P rosperity Approval of 10-Year Bus System Control Means: 1 Removal of street cars AT ONCE. 2 Lower Bus Fares. Scent zone downtown 7-cent token fare (now 8'/a centt) 4 cent tickets for school children (now 5 centsUniversal transfers 3 Many more bus routes— "owl" service—through routes east-west, northsouth. Faster "express" runs from suburbs 4 Prosperity for Miami— no city can grow without enough transportation. BE SURE TO GO TO THE POLLS vote FOR' The Bus Measure October 8th (Paid Political Adv.) SLENDERIZE THE BIGHT WAY SCIENTIFIC REDUCING OUR SPECIALTY Each Paraon RC1TM Individual Atlacuon Call For Appointment MIAMI III \l III INSTITUTE Pr. V. T. LSrllne, Dirteler Niicropithl* Pkyslclai TIIMMT tltciyri Blvd. Ph. 1-7S58 EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary Proprietors Super Full Circle* 1etredinj and Vulcanizing Used Tires-Bargains Road Service 400-15 Fiat Tires The Only Place in Town Who Makes Them 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-0673 > +4



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5-/ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1940 *Jewisti Fhridiam PAGE THREE r 1 v. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ niiinintnunn 'oo Late ^o Classify a nwit KAV %  JUNIOR INSTALLATION j Sydney Cassel of Coral Gables BANQUET has consented to act as our draAll is in readiness for the Inmatic coach Ncxt Monday evestallation Banquet of the Junior mng Se P tl m ber 30, there will Division which will be held this b c a meetin g of this group at 8 Sunday night, September 29 at c,ock at the Y. All persons in7:30 o'clock at the Y. Mr. and terestcd between the ages of 14 Mrs. Joseph Schaffer who conand 70 arc invite d to attend, duct the concession at the Y are wlU bc thc first mt 'eting catering for the affair and have wlth Dr Cassel w e ask everypromised a very good meal. ne to be P re ^'" 1 Tickets are only 50c. As soon as you read this, please phone 3-9151 and tell Mrs. Schaffer you are coming. The following officers will be installed: President. Leroy Feldman; vice president, Louise CAMERA CLUB Mr, Aaron Rubin of the Senior Division is trying to organize a camera group among the members of all divisions. Purpose of this group is to take pictures of various affairs at the Y and Emanuel; secretary. Bebe Fine-I t o develop them in a dark room man; treasurer. Jack Edelstein. wn 'ch will be provided by the Y. The following members of the| A P crs ns interested in this board will be installed: Margaret Horowitz, Naomi Grossman, Mildred Berttowitz, Kraft, Carol Band. Mr. Isaac Joffe, executive director of thc Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be the installing officer. Milton A. Friedman, past president of the Y will be toastmaster. Dr. Sam Beckman, president of the Y; Rabbi Zwitman and Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. will deliver short addresses, by the losing team, while the Entertainment and dancing will follow the banquet. MOVIE NIGHT A crowd that taxed the capacity of our auditorium last Sunday night saw Herman Waitsman, our ace cameraman, show movies. Everyone present greatly enjoyed the performance and many persons requested the executive director to have more of this type of entertainment. FORUM On Thursday evening, October 10. this group will have as its guest speaker Miss Frances Wynne of the Miami Senior High School. All persons interested are invited. DRAMATICS As previously announced, Dr. Writing from London on September 9. Ben Robertson, Jr.. staff correspondent of "P M," said: "These last two days have been like the end of civilization; they have been filled with utmost and most savage horror. "Wc have been appalled by death and destruction which German high-school boys in hundred thousand dollar planes have dropped on the hard working poor people of London. "It nearly breaks an Americanos heart to see these poor London families among the ruins of homes that many of them have worked all their lives to pay for. but at the same time it is also a source of inspiration to see how really determined the residents of the bombed areas are to win the war. Hitler has made a big political mistake if he thinks that indiscriminate bombing can break the fighting spirit of the people of this city. His bombs have left the people of London's east end in a state of the most complete fury." Here in America it is difficult for you and me to grasp or visualize the full measure of what In a special arranged grudge 1S happening over there ft fa, match, the champion Supermen, however, within our power to feel in our hearts the same reactions of fury and determination described vividly by Robertson as typical of the heroic Britisher. I know how you would feel or how I would feel to see my home or that of a kindly peace loving hard working neighbor wantonly destroyed to satisfy the lust and hate of a maniac dictator. The recent action of President Roosevelt in swapping 50 American destroyers for air and naval fine project are asked to communicate with the executive diSydney rector SUPERMEN WIN MATCH captained by Al Berkowitz, defeated the All Stars aggregation of bowlers consisting of Sam Seitlin, Hal Levinson, Abe Berkowitz, Al Reisman, and Harry Schwartz. The winners were rewarded with SI.50 steak dinners winners rewarded the losers by paying for their games. Capt. Al Berkowitz bowled the high individual set with a 345 score. Although the Supermen defeated the All Stars in two of three games played, the All Stars had a high game set of 1540 pins, the highest made during the year of Y bowling. Manager Jack Apte who has done a marvelous piece of work in guiding the bowlers in the last tournament announces that on Sunday, October 6, the fall bowling tournament will begin and urges all members and friends of the Y interested to please turn out at that date between the hours of 12 and 3 p. m. All bowlers will be notified through the mail as AGAIN WE EXTEND THE SEASON'S GREETINGS ROSH HASHONO GREETING CARDS MR. FOSTER'S STORE 33 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-7694 t. %  Congregation Jacob Joseph MIAMI BEACH announce High Holiday Services AT THEIR NEW SYNAGOGUE 1415 EUCLID AVENUE PROMINENT CANTOR—EXCELLENT ADDRESSES Cool, Comfortable—Patio Protected from Sun and Rain to where and when the banquet to be given by the bowling team will be held. BASKETBALL NEWS Mickey Lubel, athletic director the Y. M. H. A. and his committee met recently and announce that they will form a basketball league to begin play by the first part of October. Practice sessions are being held every Monday and Wednesday nights and on Sunday morning. All players interested in entering this league are asked to be present at these practices and to sign up with the athletic director for this league. After the close of this league, regular practices will be started for the teams for the coming season. The athletic committee is doing fine work in corresponding with all of the Jewish teams in the South and hope to have a very attractive schedule ready this winter. NEWS AROUND TOWN Our most sincere congratulations to E. Albert Pallot and his frau-to-be. Miss Doris Cromer. New addition to the Y. Mr. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A., has engaged as his secretary Miss Shirley Rothschild of Miami who will henceforth be associated with the Y office. defense bases was heartily approved by every right thinking American and the foresight and courage that attended his action convinced many a wavering voter as to who would get his support in the coming election. A large majority of the people felt that such aid should have been given months ago and many express the feeling that battleships, planes, and other equipment could well bc sent since the defeat of Britain means certain war for the U. S., and a | war to the death. But every thinking person knows that the U. S. is at war and has been at war with the totalitarian powers for months. I Fifth columnists and saboteurs, | operating on orders from Berlin. Moscow and Rome, are doing their utmost to weaken and dis| rupt America from within, and it is high time Uncle Sam quit talking and began some sure enough crackin' down. The only reason bombs are not dropping today on your home and mine, and that corpses of I loved ones are not being dragged from the ruins, is because Mr. Hitler and his cohorts have been too busy elsewhere. Nothing would please and delight him more than to give America a nice generous dose of the blitzkreig. and don't think for a minute it won't come just as quickly as the dictators feel i there is the slightest chance of success. It is all right to talk about "keeping this country out or war" but Mr. Roosevelt, Mr. Willkie or Congress itself can't do that if the other fellow is determined to fight. Germany, Italy. Russia or Japan don't want war with America. All they want IS America—and they'd take it tomorrow if they could. There would be no declaration of war on their part; on the contrary they would explain to what was left of the rest of the world that we were being taken over to preserve peace, while the Hun army of invasion would assume the role of benefactor. America, like other nations, has grown soft from peace and easy living, but she is awakening, and if God gives us time we will harden up to a point where no nation or combination of nations can threaten us. In the meantime, we'd better be doing a lot of prayin' for Britain, and back it up with all the help it is in our power to give. We may question the authority of our President for the action he takes, or we may hang Senator Pepper in effigy, for we can still do that in America—but when the Gestapo does the questioning or the hanging, it will be TOO LATE! TO SERVE B'nai B'rith URGES ALL AMERICANS OF GREATER MIAMI BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 and 45 YEARS TO JOIN THE MCALLISTER VOLUNTEERS fn affiliating with the McAllister Volunteers you will receive practical military training that will prove invaluable. Americanization Committee B'NAI B'RITH SHOLEM LODGE NO. 1024 .. For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHER Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. TICKETS ON SALE AT SYNAGOGUE Every Day from 9-11 A. M. and 5-10 P. M. iMwimi %  ; .!,<;;! ; %  .. X, %  Y. W. H. A. NOTES The music appreciation group will meet again October 9th at the Y clubrooms. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend and enjoy this evening of fine classical musical entertainment. CALISTHENICS A class in calisthenics is held every morning at 10 o'clock at the Y clubrooms for women. All ladies interested are invited to { be present. I*I OILKSv^jjr?\J^ ro\iii\Y B c I 1 ) w o i i %  M i i m tich-Ft Iio i 11 i i I •


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PAGE EIGHT fjenist fhrkUan FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (CONTINUED FROM PACE 4) STAGE AND SCREEN Henri Bernstein, the famous French dramatist who is now a refugee here, is working day and night trying to finish a play for this season ... It will deal with the dramatic incidents surrounding the collapse of France When we told you, quite some Beth: David "MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION Proudly Presents for the Hiqh Holidays Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Joseph Malek AND CHOIR A Public Address System—Giant air cooling lans— New Soft Seats and other features have been installed. SEATS ON SALE AT OFFICE 139 N. W. 3rd Avenue OR PHONE 2-1473 seasons ago, that Sacha Guitry, the Noel Coward of France, is non-Aryan, we reaped a flock of snickers Now the Nazi edict stopping his performances in Paris because of his non-Aryan ancestry should be sufficient evidence that we were right If the merger of Sam Goldwyn and Warner Brothers comes about, it would mean the biggest motion picture combine ever established Don't be surprised if Clifford Odets one of these days announces his union with one of Hollywood's most famous movie stars No. it's not a reconciliation with Luise Rainer. Garson Kanin. the youthful imovie director who's considered lone of the best in Hollywood l today, is said to be asking for the hand of Katherine Hepburn, the aristocratic Mayflowerpedigreed actress. ABOUT PEOPLE Mazel tov to 74-year-old Judge Julian W. Mack on the occasion of his marriage The new Mrs. Mack is the mother of the young lady who recently nursed the Zionist leader back to health Heinrich Mann, famous brother of Thomas Mann, is still in Europe, but is due here any day now When he gets here he should receive one of the most rousing receptions ever given any refugee, because he was unquestionably the first important Aryan man of letters to stand up agaisnt the swastika-men of Europe Fritz Thyssen. who was supposed to tell all about the Nazis in a book, cannot be lo' cated.wc hear He's said to be very close to the Italian border, in the unoccupied part of France That red-haired son of Herbert Mayard Swope is a young man who should be watched He seems to have the poise and quick-wittedness to cut an important figure in public life. WANTED i Real Family Home for 8-Year old Jewish boy. Board paid. For Details Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PHONE 2-1141 FEDERATION NOTES • by ISAAC JOFFE Executive Director -*, laHnommHiMiuim icuMUimtiiuntuij'.,... i >*M\ V THERE'S A COMFORTABLE ECONOMICAL am IH EACH OF THESE 36 CITIES Hotali loa'. mod* lo familiot. IN FLORIDA IN OTHER STATIS icr.ionv.il* No'lolk. Vs. Allonlo. Go Chfittiantburg. Vo Alhoni, Ga %  G.lb.'1'i Vi.gin.o Inn" Augutlo. Go Indianapolil. Ind. oambcidg* Go fr.ner. Ikk Ind. Sovonnoh. Go. Woihington, IXC Oo.gloi. Go Chottonoogo. Two. Woycron Go -G,lb.r. III.." lovllvi | l Ky Kno,ill.. T.nn ai im o... Md Gv%  -• -%  the matter of clearing dates. ,.-,.,, JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL e.'n % 1" the year and moriiinK, October 20, 1M0,. endln Su inlay linn IIIIIK. M-i"K^i „--•;•,„,, Sunday m.'i MIL-. May ->tn,, i§ • VERY MONDAY MORNING—TemVi, torael Sisterhood Sewing Classes benefit Bed Crow, at KapV-ERY'M'OXDAY EVENING—Y. W. II. A. bowling games. -.„—. CCONP ANP KOI Kill it i-..LtAYS "f each month, regular meeting 0 f si,.,:, in i.o.u.. lrnio ll-rith. VERY TfESDA\ l-.\ l-.MM. — V w H \ it Y ( luoroom*. VERY WEDNESDAY MORNINU— National Co incll of Jewish Women .ind • Mrs. • Ha. • to 4 • ttrj 'Nns> ML I \ Miami OCTOBER 5—M. B. Mizrachi, Men and Women's Divisions, Opening meeting. 13_Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Yom Kippur Dance. 14—Sr Hadassah all day Board meeting at home of Mrs. Samuel Simonoff. president. 15—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox, general open meeting at Alcazar Hotel Roof from 1 to 4 p. m. 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Succoth Party. 20—Pioneer Womens Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami. Dinner. 27—Beth Jacob Religious School Induction Exercises. 28—Sr. Hadassah Installation Brunch in Cromwell Hotel Gardens. 30—Nat'l. Council Jewish Women Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. 1—And every Friday thereafter through the month of April. Nat'l. Council of Jewish Women Miami Section, general meeting. 10—Joint installation of Jewish Welfare Bureau and Auxiliary. -Miami Section ]... Study Groups at the I. C. H. Ailler EVERT WEDNESDAY %  lassah Sewing Group • I'. M. at Temple i Room, benefit Rr-.l Cross EVERY THURSDAY AKTER: Y. \v. II. A. Sawing c fit K.-.l Cross at Y flu I EVERY THIRSHAY j B'nal B'rltb bowling g ami Reel ,'.o Ion i'nti i EVERY BATURDAY \i The Spinoza Forum R| the lawn uf l iiAbraham v. home. lo.">9 Collins Ave Beach. 10—Ladies Auxiliary Mia J w, ish Orthodox Ci ., Cafeteria Supper. NOVEMBER 24—Pioneer Women's Or ,,. tion for Palestine of I Miami, Literary evei 24—Beth David Sisterhood Bam Dance ana Fair. 26—Ladies Auxiliary Mian i Jewish Orthodox Congregation Membership Tea. 27—Nat'l. Council Jewish \V>men Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. 27—Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner Dance at Hollywood Beach Hotel. 28—Junior Hadassah Annual Thanksgiving Turkev Trot. DECEMBER 4—Nat'L Council Jewish \V men General Meeting 2 pm. 22—A. Z. A. Sweetheart Dance. 26—M. B. Habanoth Chanukah Entertainment. 28—Ladies Auxiliary Miami J••>•ish Orthodox Congn 28—Beth Jacob Religious § 1 Chanukah Affair 29—M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh irtjr, 29—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami. Chanukah and Card Party. a 29—Beth David Sisterhood Chanukah Dinner. GURION LEAVES FOR U. S. London (WNS-Palcor Agency) —David Ben Gurion, chairman of the executive of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, left here for the United States on the first leg of his return journey to Palestine. He will come to the United States and continue via the Far East and India. For the past five months he has been in London. RUMMAGE NEEDED A nvone liavirar a:' I clothing, furniture, are not beitiK used or please cooperate with dies Auxiliary of the Welfare Bureau. tins,, articles t" MAGI-: STORE ma them. If You Cannot Bring The RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 5t" St. Please Phone Mrs. L. J. Hartz, 2.71 Mn. Morris Dublrr. 3V Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5 426 Jewish Welfare Office. 3 Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. 2 '8W and they will be called 'or SOCIETY "0Soto~ *Gilbt>r' St. Augudin* "Gi\b9fi-Hoza Day'fno Beach Kiiiimmo* %  Gilbtt-'t-ArcooV charti Tampa St, P.le-iburg W.it Palm B.och "Al tamo-it Utlco NY layloMvill* GILBERT HOTELS GIVE MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 37 Of THEM ALL NAMtD "GUBERT" The wedding of Mr. Leon Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Green of Richmond. Va.. to Elizabeth Culbertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Culbertson of Elkins Park. N. J.. will be solemnized Friday afternoon at the Alcazar Hotel with Rabbi Colman Zwitman officiating. Irwin W. Green, brother of the groom, will be best man and Mrs. Esther Green. sister-in-law of the groom, will be matron of honor. A reception will follow the ci r< mony after which the couple will leave for a honeymoon trip to Havana. Cuba. Upon their return the couple will reside at 601 N. E. 32nd St. Miss Culbertson has been a visitor to this city for the past several years. Mr. Green is connected with the firm of Hoskins & Green. INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS msom SWIMS KftTfiAtf L0UTC DRDE FEDERAL spvmcs one Loan assocmTion or mmmi 45 H. B. First avenue at the corner of Tint itreet LOW C 0 | I LONO T1BMI Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best e It Costi No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CJO. PROfDUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago NAZI LEADERS GO ON TRIAL Montevideo (WNS) — Eight prominent Nazi agents were arrested and held for arial before the Supreme Court of Justice charged with conspiring to overthrow Uruguay and to extend Nazi domination to South America, it was announced. Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. UPTON, President I