The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 15NO. 39
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
U.S.FLAG IS GIN
10 HIGH COURT fit
FLORIDA LODGES
A new 8 x 12-foot weatherproof
United States Flag flies this
week atop the Florida State Su-
preme Court building, the gift
of the Florida Federation of B'nai
B'rith lodges.
In a brief but impressive cere-
mony on the morning of Friday.
September 18. as the court sat
en bank, Chief Justice Armstead
Brown accepted the flag from a
committee consisting of Louis
Heiman, acting president of Sho-
lem Lodge, chairman; William I.
Boxerman, director of the Anti-
Defamation League, and Al B.
Block, first vice-president of the
B'nai B'rith Federation. In his
presentation Mr. Heiman spoke
these thoughts:
"We have recently witnessed a
fine example of democracy in ac-
tion. Eight Nazis landed in our
beloved country, intent upon sa-
botage. Upon their capture, these
saboteurs were provided in due
course with counsel to interpose
for them in their defenses. Their
trial, although military in nature,
proceeded in an orderly way.
Then, with dramatic suddenness,
the trial was adjourned to give
their counsel an opportunity to
apply to the Supreme Court of
the United States for a writ of
habeas corpus. With unexpected
swiftness, the Court convened in
special session to hear that plea.
Their counsel was given ample
opportunity to argue in their de-
fense. In our democracy, the
constitutional rights of even sa-
boteurs were duly considered and
determined.
"Thereafter, their plea having
been denied, the trial continued.
Upon its completion, the findings
of the Court were submitted to
our President and punishment
was meted out in accordance with
the facts. There was even an ap-
plication of the principle that
justice should be tempered with
(CONTINUED ON PACE 3)
HUNGARY JEWISH YOUTHS
GUARD ON HIGH HOLY DAYS
CATHOLIC LEADER
IS
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Above is a view of the committee representing the Florida Federation of B'nai B nth Lodges pre-
senting a United States flag to the Supreme Court of the State of Florida on Friday, Septem-
ber 18 Sitting in full session, members of the court, reading from left to right, are: Justices
Alto Adams, Rivers Buford, J. B. Whitfield, Chiief Justice Armistead Brown, Glenn Terrell, Roy
Chapman, and Elwyn Thomas. Making the presentation are, left to right: Al B. Block vice-
president of the B'nai B'rith Florida State Federation; Louis Heiman. acting president of Sholem
Lodge; and William I. Boxerman, director of the Anti-Defamation League._______________________
PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE
GIVEN IMPETUS BY Y. M. H.
By STANLEY C. MYERS
Chairman of the Board
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Geneva (WNS)Thousands of
Jews crowded synagogues in Bu-
dapest and other Hungarian cit-
ies to attend Rosh Hashonah ser-
vices while squads of husky
young Jews were stationed out-
side to prevent disturances by
Nazi and pro-Nazi hoodlums, ac-
cording to reports received here.
Hungary's young Jews organ-
ized special squads to guard the
house of worship when informed
that Nazi organizations planned
to break into the synagogues and
disrupt the services. Previous
holiday services had been marred
by the appearance of armed thugs
who beat the worshippers and
damaged the buildings.
Many of the Jews appeared in
the synagogues wearing their un-
iforms and medals of the first
World War. The Nazi press at-
tacked this gesture as an act of
insolence to the Hungarian gov-
ernment and warned that further
appearance by Hungarian Jews in
their former military uniforms
would result in harsh punish-
ment.
With the new responsibilities
of war upon us we have little
time to review the past accom-
plishments of community organ-
izations. What we must do today
is to determine what contribu-
tions we can make to meet the
perplexing problems created in
the conversion from peacetime to
wartime conditions, and to plan
to make use of all our resources
__our individual powers and
possessions and our collective
strength as a communityto pre-
serve the things for which we
are fighting today.
Experience gained in previous
wars teaches us that the youth of
our nation presents one of the
greatest problems in the immedi-
ate and far future. In this cour-
try, statistics already show that
juvenile delinquency is on the
Stanley C. Myers
increase. In England, three years
of war have demonstrated the de-
OF OUR YOUTH
A. ACTIVITIES
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structive influence of war upon
the youth of a nation. We re-
member vividly the after effects
of the last war, and the careful
attention and guidance that was
required to lead our youth
through the period of frustration
and bewilderment that accom-
panied the post-war period.
The Y.M.H.A., as the organ-
ization existing in our community
to serve our youth, is without
doubt the organization which
should be used as the resource to
meet the vital youth problems
that will undoubtedly arise in
our community. To carry its
| added responsibilities in the fu-
ture, it will need a strong organ-
ization, large sums of money,
and extensive support from the
community at large. I have con-
fidence that the "Y" will meet
the challenge that present con-
ditions present to it. I have con-
fidence that the "Y" leadership
will not be found wanting in the
present crisis.
CANADA PROTESTS AGAINST
THE DEPORTATION OF JEWS
Ottawa (WNS)The Canadian
government officially protested
to Vichy this week against the
deportation to Nazi occupied
countries of thousands of Jewish
refugees in unoccupied France. A
government official disclosed:
We have asked the French
minister to express to the French
government the strong hope of
the Canadian government that no
actual deportations will take
place and that those placed in
concentration camps for deporta-
tion will be released as soon as
possile."
32.216 JEWISH SOLDIERS ARE NEW WAVE OF POGROMS
DEAD IN POLISH DEFENSE ARE EXPECTED IN POLAND
London (WNS)A total of 32-
216 Jewish officers and soldiers in
the Polish Army were killed and
61,000 others were wounded dur-
ing the Nazi invasion of Poland |
in September 1939, it was dis-
closed here by Dr. Ignacy
Schwartzbart, one of the two
Jewish members of the exiled
Polish National Council,
According to all reports the
Jewish soldiers fought stubborn-
ly and heroically in defense of
their native land against an ar-
my overwhelmingly superior to
them in men and equipment.
Berne (WNS)The belief that
Vichy's pro-Nazi Chief of Gov-
ernment Pierre Laval has bitten
off more than ho can chew in
ordering the arrest of a French
Catholic leader as a warning to
the Catholic church against furth-
er interference with the Vichy
anti-Jewish program, was wide-
spread in diplomatic circles here.
The arrest of Father Chaillct,
a member of the staff of Pierre
Cardinal Gerlier. Archbishop of
Lyon, who has repeatedly de-
nounced the round-up of thou-
sands of Jewish refugees in un-
occupied France for deportation
as slave laborers to Nazi-occupied
Europe, was accompanied by a
thinly-veiled ultimatum to the
Catholic Church to confine itself
to religious matters.
The temper of the French peo-
ple, who have not recovered from
the shock of Laval's announce-
ment of conscription of French
men and women workers for work
in Nazi munitions factories, was
reported to have reached the
boiling point when the Vichy
fuehrer replied to the mass pro-
tests against the treatment of
Jewish refugees by interning the
popular Catholic leader.
At a press conference in Vichy
Laval issued the following state-
ment: "The Catholic Cardinals
and Bishops have intervened, but
every one is a master of his own
trade. They handle religionI
handle government affairs.
"No man and nothing can sway
me from my determination to rid
France of foreign Jews and send
them back where they originat-
ed. I'll take no lessons in hu-
manitarianism from any country.
"I am applying to Jews the
same treatment prescribed cen-
turies ago by the Catholic
Church. I cannot say I will nev-
er change my mind, but at pres-
ent I have no intention of ex-
tending the anti-Jewish laws of
the German occupied zone to ffee
Franceinduing the obligation
to wear the yellow Star of Da-
vid."
Laval's reference to "lessons in
humanitarianism from any coun-
try" presumaly was levelled at
United States Secretary of State
(CONTINUED ON PAGE B)
CONCERT TO BE SPONSORED
BY Y. M. H. A. MONDAY EVE
London (WNS)A new wave
of pograms has broken out in
Nazi-occupied Poland with thou-
sands of Jews massacred daily,
according to secret underground
reports reaching here. The po-
groms were reported to be ac-
companied by an intensified
drive to deport Polish Jews to
Nazi-held parts of Soviet Russia.
Most of the Polish Jews deport-
ed earlier to Russia were never
again heard from. It is believed
that the majority of the deported
Jews have been killed by the
Nazis en route to their supposed
destination.
One of the finest concerts to
be held in these parts in a long
time will take place at the "Y"
auditorium next Monday night,
September 28, at 8:30 o'clock.
The entire concert is being fur-
nished through the courtesy of
the entertainment committee of
the Army Air Corps. Due to
military regulations, it is forbid-
den to publicize the names of
those participating. All of the
artists on the program Monday
night are outstanding in the mu-
sic and concert field. Many have
performed at the Metropolitan
Opera in New York, and others
have toured the entire country in
a series of concert tours.
The affair is sponsored by the
Y. M. H. A. and is free to the
public.
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PAGE TWO
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RIDAY. SEPTEMBER
25,

Social
Personals
Clubs
Organization
The Louis D. Brandeis Chapter
of Young Judeu will sponsor an
installation dance Sunday eve-
ning, September 27th. at 8 o'clock
at tlu- Both David Auditorium.
Admission is 50c per couple.

The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will
meet Wednesday. September 30
at 2 p. m. in the Beth Jacob
Succa. The board of directors
will meet at 1 p. m. prior to the
general meeting. A program in
keeping with the holidays will
be presented. Everyone is wel-
come.

Miss Ruth Futerfas. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Futer-
fas. 1303 S. W. 16th Street, left
Sunday for Tallahassee where
she will attend Florida State
College for Women.

The Greater Miami Chapter.
Women's Division, of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, will hold
its first meeting of the fall Mon-
day. September 28. at 1:30 p. m.
at the Elk's Lodge. 720 West Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. A feature of
the program will be Russian Folk
songs, rendered by the Russian
singer. Lola Sadorin. Members
are urged to come and bring their
friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sager
annour.ee the birth of a daughter
last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Sa-
ger has been active in Y. W. H. A.
circles here.

Miss Ida Engler returned to
Washington Tuesday after spend-
ing the holidays with her mother.
Mrs. J. Engler. and sister Molly.
She is connected with the gov-
ernment there.
PALESTINE AND THE WAR
tion of mail will |,P ..^,
boxes Located on SffljH
oughfares.
In the
Ejections *ia
the hours a
Principal th*
down-town but1
areas, additional
be made between
2:00 p. m. and
New time cards showin.
time mail ls collected waA, '
in all street letter box"Jj*
,ber 16, 1942. Before L^'
'mail in a street SLft*
, patrons should consult the ti
icard which shows when !"!
| is collected from ,ho box **
There are 525
boxes and 30
[Miami postal district.
mail chutes in the
:;j
Miss Barbara Meyer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer
has left to resume her studies at
Mount Vernon Seminary in
Washington.

Mrs. Sam Silver is in Birm
ingham to visit with her family
for several weeks. She left Sat
urday.

Mrs. Max Pepper returned ti
the city Saturday following a
Short stay in New York.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz
are visiting in New York. They
are expected to return shortly.
The pictures above show a very successful parade of many units of Ihe British forces
which took place in Jerusalem recently. The participants, among whom were many mem-
bers of Jewish units of the Forces, were enthusiastically cheered by the large crowds which
lined the streets and filled the balconies. The marines seen marching along King George
Avenue, with the beflagged offices of the Jewish Agency and the Jewish National Fund
and the Yeshurun Synagogue in the background. The photograph in the upper left shows
a contingent of the Auxiliary Territorial Service (Women) which looked smart and formed
u uQu!e feature of the Parade. Upper right shows young people carrying banners with
the Hebrew initial "Gimel" for the word "Giyus" standing for Recruiting. These pictures
were received recently from Palestine by the offices of the Jewish National Fund of America.
! tru,cks travtl 326 miles a day*
collecting mail from street Jl
| lection boxes; this will be I
iduced to 151 miles per day whkt
I will result,., a net saving of
I truck miles per day.
It is believed that everyone
affected will fully appreciateZ
urgent need for conservation o!
man-power and automobile equio.
ment. and will readjust their afT
fairs to conform with the nev
schedules for the collection of
mail from street letter boxes and
mail chutes.
For further information call at
Room 103. Federal Building or
telephone 3-7711. extension 33
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Mr. Sam Blank :s away from
the city for several weeks on a
combined business and pleasure
trip.

Miss Cecil Rotfort left for a
two weeks vacation visiting
friends and relatives in New
York.

Mr. Carl Weinkle returned to
Miami Sunday after a trip North,

Lt. Leonard Weiner, a member
of the U. S. Medical Corps, sta-
Dr. Abraham Wolfson has re-
turned from a visit to his son, 1st
lieutenant Oliver W. Wolfson.
who is the dental officer to an
800 men battalion. Coast Artil-
lery, in Camp Stewart. Ga. Dr.
Wolfson met there numerous
Jewish officers, (specially, in the
medical and dental corps.

The Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Platt. 715
Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach,
took place at St. Francis Hospital
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tioned in Australia, was promoted on Wednesday, with Rabbi S. M
to captain, relatives here heard Machtei officiating,
last week. He has a D. D. S. de-
gree and a graduate of Harvard
and Yale Universities. He is a
brother of Mr. Milton Weiner
and Mrs. Jenkins Cohen.
MEYER IS NAMED TRUSTEE
OF JACKSON MEM. HOSPITAL
BILL I CAN'T
WORK-IT'S MY
NERVES AGAIN
Sidney Meyer, vice president
and general manager of Wometco
theaters, was appointed to the
board of trustees of Jackson Me-
morial hospital Wednesday by
the city commission upon the
recommendation of City Manag-
er A. B. Curry.
Meyer succeeds Maj. Benjamin
Axelroad. now in the army at
Camp Forrest. Tenn.
CHANGE MADE IN COLLEC-
TION OF MAIL FROM BOXES
Effective September 16. 1942.
collection of mail from street let-
ter boxes was changed as fol-
lows: ,
Delivery carriers will collect
mail from street letter boxes on
their routes on each trip.
Collection
CONVENTION WILL STRESS
U. S. ZIONISTS WAR EFFORT
Washington (WNS)The ex-
tent to which American Zionists
are taking part in America's war
effort will be stressed at the
forthcoming annual convention
of the Zionist Organization of
America, which will be held Oc-
tober 14-18 in New York City,
when the amounts of War Bonds
purchased by the more than 501
Zionist Districts and their mem-
bers since Pearl Harbor will be
made public from the convention
platform.
The participation in this war
drive by the 50.000 members of
the ZOA and their families will
of mail by vehicle .
service, except in the down-town represent an impressive contribu
area and from chute boxes in of- j tion to the United States war
lice buildings, will consist of one treasury, according to a state-
collection to be made between'ment by the national headquar-
4:45 P- m- and 7:0 p. m.; collec- ters of the ZOA.
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New York (WNS)The cur-
rent issue of the magazine News-
week reported the following story
jf the determination of a half-
. Jewish refugee to destroy Nazism:
"Rejected as an alien when he
| tried to enlist the day after Pearl
i Harbor. Henry Douglas Temple,
German refugee and son of a
; Jewish mother and Aryan father,
waged a ten-month campaign to
get into the army. Successful at
last, the 20 year old youth, christ-
ened Heinz Emil Temple, said
his father, now a German Reichs-
wehr officer, had forced him and
nis_mother to flee Germany in
1937. He vowed: My father is
Just another Nazi I hope to kill
some day*."
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1942
fJewisti Meridian
PAGE THREE
MARCHING MEN
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
iTIiIh weekly feature ia prepared |
L t|,e public relations committee of
the Greater Miami Army and Navy |
Irommlttet* of the National Jewish
IWclfire Board. The committee In-
Eludei William I. Boxerman, chair-
IL.,,i lienjamln Bronston. Fred K.
Ishn.het and Paul Weltzman.
(Contributions to this column are
.welcomed, particularly in the form of
Kttera received here from Greater
Miami boys now In the service.)
As a result of a survey of the
I present whereabouts of the Jew-
ish men from this area in the
armed forces, we have gathered
data of general interest to par-
ents and relatives which we are
happy to present in these col-
I unins.
Pvt. Joseph Rosenkrantz, who
entered the army in June, has
been assigned to Miami Beach.
First Lt. Robert I. Seitlin has
been in the army for approxi-
mately three years He had
military education at the Univer-
sity of Florida and was a 2nd Lt.
Reserve Officer when he entered
the service Since his induction
he has been stationed at Fort
Bragg where he now is in the ar-
tillery school He expects a
captainship upon completion of
this course ... He writes that he
-works hard" but "enjoys" it.
Private Raymond L. Cowen has
been stationed at Ft. Screven,
Savannah, Ga., with the Army
quartermaster detachment for two
years Raymond previously
was a shoe salesman Recent-
ly home on leave he told his fam-
ily that he had been a technician
5th grade since April.
Sergeant Irving Scherer en-
listed in November, 1940 in the
U. S. Marine Corps ... He serves
at Parris Island. S. C. Due
to his previous bookkeeping ex-
For some weeks past, under
the auspices of the Army and
Navy Committee, a survey has
been in progress to check the
accuracy of the Roll of Honor,
which includes the names of
all Jewish men from this area
in the service of their country.
This survey is nearing com-
pletion and we urge families
of men whose names have not
yet appeared in "Marching
Men" to supply the informa-
tion ... In the near future at
a community-wide celebra-
tion, a plaque or service flag
will be dedicated in honor of
all Jewish men from Greater
Miami in the armed forces.
perience in the Miami Laundry,
he is now chief steward of all
branches and the main store .
His name has been recommended
for staff sergeant.
Irving M. Ginsburg is in the
Navy Air Corps as a cadet .
Irving has been stationed at Ath-
ens, Ga., since his induction in
June Before enlisting in the
service Irving was a student at
ti.i University of Florida.
Corp. Milton Klein is now in
Officers' Training School at Ft.
Binning, Ga. After he was in-
ducted into the infantry he was
sent from Camp Blanding to Ft
Leonard Woods, Mo., then to
Camp Robinson, Ark., and finally
t<> Benning During this time
he received special recognition
tor sharpshooting ... He writes:
"Tho, work is hard and there is a
I real deal to study, but I enjoy
II all immensely."
Morton B. Levinson was sworn
into the U. S. Naval Reserve in
February as an apprentice sea-
man However, he has not been
called for active service yet.
First Lt. Jerome Fleeman is
now stationed at Camp Dudley,
Texas, and has been since his in-
duction in July ... He finds army
work "very interesting" ... He
is an orthadentist in the Medical
corps.
His brother, 2nd Lt. David
fleeman. enlisted in April, 1941,
and is now stationed with the
infantry in Camp O'dair. Oregon.
David rose from the ranks from
P. F. C. to second lieutenant af-
ter having served at Fort Ben-
ning for about one year ... He
has also been appointed assistant
commanding officer at his post.
A graduate of Ida Fisher High
School and the University of Flo-
rida, David was on the basket-
ball and football teams of the
former.
L. Melvin Katz entered the
navy last April as an ensign and
is now stationed at Key West.
Melvin is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina, ma-
jored in chemistry ... He did
post graduate work at the Uni-
versity of Florida ... He writes
that he enjoys his duties at Key
West.
Captain Anson I. Dreisen enlist-
ed in the army in September of
1940 ... At the time of his en-
trance into the Field Artillery he
was commissioned as a second
lieutenant However, he has
since advanced to his present cap-
taincy Captain Dreisen has
served at Ft. Jackson and Ft.
Bragg Recently he was trans-
ferred to Ft. Sill, Okla., where he
is now stationed ... He is a gradu-
ate of the University of Florida
Law School and before leaving
Miami for the armed forces was
the advisor for the A.Z.A.
Sgt. Morris D. Goldberg, form-
erly of Miami, entered the ser-
vice in April, 1941 ... He has
been attached to the Medical
Corps at Camp Davis.
Lt. Col. Ben Axelrod. sr., is
now serving as judge advocate of-
ficer at Camp Blanding Ax-
elrod was a captain in the first
World War.
Lt. Seymour M. Brostoff re-
ceived his commission on June
13, 1942 Lt. Brostoff entered
the army as a private on June 9,
11941, and has risen from the ranks
, on merit He is attached to
1 the Armored Forces and took the
1 major part of his training at Fort
Knox, Ky. He was made of-
ficer in charge of regimental
schools, and also serves as a jurist
on court martials.
George J. Bloch entered the
I navy in May of this year ... As
a civilian, he was a chef on pri-
I vate yachts and now he cooks for
i the navy ... He spent two months
training at Norfolk, Va., and is
I now stationed at Key West.
Melvin Bloomberg enlisted in
| the navy in October, 1942 ... He
| was immediately commissioned
I as a second officer due to his
j previous technical radio train-
I ing He was previously sta-
' tioned in a camp in New York.
However, he has not been heard
from for a number of weeks .
Melvin attended the Roosevelt
Technical School His father
I served in the last war and was
i wounded.
David Bloomberg (Melvin's
brother) enlisted in the Army
Signal Corps soon after Pearl
Harbor His proficiency in
drilling prompted his appoint-
ment as a drill instructor at Mc-
Dill, Florida David was of-
| fered a commission early in his
i army career. However he re-
' fused the honor He would pre-
i fer aerial machine gunnery as he
I is a crack shot David was a
student at the University of Flo-
rida.
II. S. FLAG IS GIVEN
TO HIGH COURT BY
FUIIIIJ.OICES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
mercy. Through the entire pro-
ceedings, the public read, listened
and waited with befitting calm-
ness. How different from pro-
cedure in Nazi Germany! We
know what treatment would have
befallen Americans captured in
Nazi Germany under similar cir-
cumstances.
"In grateful appreciation of our
American way of life, and partic-
ularly for our American Courts,
one of the bulwarks of American
democracy, we. representing the
Florida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, take great pleas-
ure in presenting to you this
American flag. May it always
wave on high, the symbol of
American unity, and an inspira-
tion for the continuance of our
high and noble ideals."
In accepting the flag on behalf
of the court. Chief Justice Brown
traced its history, calling partic-
ular attention to the fact that he
official emblem of our country
was adopted even before these
United States existed officially.
He stressed the importance of our
flag, emblematic of the very
democracy which is now being
tested by the greatest strife in
the history of mankind. The
Chief Justice said, in part:
"It is indeed appropriate for
me to accept this flag now when
our boys are sweating and dying
on the far flung battlelines for
that very flag and the principles
which it represents ... It is a
fine patriotic gesture and in keep-
ing with the American principles
for which the B'nai B'rith order
stands. This democracy and the
flag, which is its symbol, extends
equal rights to all within this
land, regardless of creed or relig-
ious background. It says that we
are Americans all. As it flics
over the Supreme Court building,
it will always emphasize to us.
if indeed such emphasis were
needed, the court's duty to ad-
minister fair and equal justice
in a democracy."
Following his remarks, the
Chief Justice, upon motion of
Justice Thomas, ordered the mar-
shall officially to escort the B'nai
B'rith delegation to the top of
the building "so that these gen-
tlemen who have come a long
distance may have the pleasure
of seeing this beautiful new flag
floating in the breeze before they
return to their respective homes."
The need for a new flag first
caught the attention of Mr. Hei-
man through an item in a local
newspaper, indicating that the
old flag was in tatters. The B'nai
B'rith committee then arranged
for the replacement, probably the
first time in the many years of
the Supreme Court that a flag has
been presented by a fraternal
organization. The ceremony al-
so noteworthy in that it was one
of the rare occasions on which
the full court has been photo-
graphed. The justices usually
avoid publicity of any kind, but
out of deference to the B'nai
B'rith delegation permitted them-
selves to be photographed during
the presentation.
Post Yom Kippur Dance Huge
Success
A good time was had by all.
This was the concensus of opin-
ion of everyone who was present
last Monday night at the 11th
annual Post Yom Kippur Dance
of the "Y." Without any fan-
fare, without much publicity,
just by word of mouth this af-
fair was not only a huge social
success, but a splendid financial
success as well. Thanks are due
to Al Berkowitz, chairman of the
affair, who was assisted by Sol
Levin and Mrs. Charles Green-
stein, who did a splendid job as
telephone committee.
Room Registry List
The office of the Y.M.H.A. has
had several requests concerning
rooms and board in this area.
Mr. Grossman requests that all
those having rooms for rent or
are able to furnish board, please
communicate with the "Y" office
immediately and register. There
is no charge for this service.
First Aid
Mrs. Essie Schaffer announces
that classes in advanced first aid
will commence Thursday night,
October 8 at the "Y" auditorium.
All interested must register be-
I fore that lime. Classes will be-
i gin at 8 o'clock.
Children's Classes
Mr. Grossman once more re-
| quests the parents who desire
! their children to take part in the
I dancing and craft classes at the
"Y" to register immediately.
I This project is open to children
'of members only. If you are not
' a member, join so that your child
1 may partake in this wholesome
recreation.
ATTEMPTS TO STIR HATRED
IN U. S. ARE UNSUCCESSFUL
New York (WNS) The at-
tempts of the Axis propaganda
machine to create racial and re-
ligious disunity among the Amer-
ican people have been unsuc-
cessful, Dr. Everett R. Clinchy,
president of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, de-
clared in his annual report made
pubblic this week.
Dr. Clinchy noted, however
that "the threat of prejudice and
intolerance has not been de-
stroyed." "The entrance of the
United States into the war has
not stopped the subversive ele-
ments preaching racial and re-
ligious hatred." he stressed. "It
has simply obliged them to make
their approach more subtle.
"A systematic attempt is being
made in this country by the Axis
powers and their agents to cause
division and dissension among
religious groups. Their aim is
not merely to turn Christians ag-
ainst Jews, but Protestants ag-
ainst Catholics, Catnolics against
Protestants, and, it should be
noted, some Protestants against
other Protestants."
He reported that a program of
interfaith cooperation is pro-
ceeding in military camps thru-
out the coun*ry. The report not-
ed also that interfaith cooperat-
ion has increased "under the
pressure of an inescapable war
need for integrated civic plan-
ning and activity."
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Berne (WNS)The Swiss gov-
ernment has completed plans to
establish a camp near Geneva for
the many Jewish refugees who
fled to this country, by crossing
.Lake Geneva on fishing boats.
' from France, it was disclosed this
week.
A first-hand account of the
Vichy deportation of Jewish ref-
ugees to Nazi countries was pub-
lished by the Tribune de Geneve
which obtained its information
from a Swiss citizen recently re-
turned from unoccupied France.
"In a small village." the re-
turned Swiss said, "a local doctor
pointed at the railroad station, to
a number of cattle cars, and put
his finger to his lips. The cars
formed part of a trainload of
Jews seize by the police. I could
hear sobs as I read this inscrip-
tion: 'Material for the Wehr-
macht; whoever seeks to open
this car will be shot.'
"In Toulouse every one is talk-
ing of the pastoral letter issued
by Mgr. Saliege. the courageous
Archbishop. All my friends have
four or five copies in their pock-
HULL
AGAINST FRENCH
DEPORTATIONS
Washington (WNS)The de-
portation of thousands of Jewish
refugees to Nazi-occupied coun-
tries by the Vichy government
was condemned in the strongest
terms this week by Secretary of
j State Cordell Hull, who stated at
' a press conference here that "the
i details of the measures taken are
so revolting and so fiendish in
their nature that they defy ade-
'quate description."
Mr. Hull's denunciation of the
: Vichy anti-Jewish program was
I made on the same day that the
I round-up of Jewish refugees in
I unoccupied France was scheduled
j to be completed. Following tho
[press conference, Mr. Hull called
in Gaston Henry-Heye, the Vichy
ambassador, and gave him the
text of his statement.
"I think today is the deadline,
as it is called, in relation to an-
other policy which itself is as-
tonishing, and that relates to
measures taken during recent
weeks by the same (Vichy) gov-
ernmental authorities against a
large number of unfortunate peo-
ple who sought to obtain refuge
: in France, in accordance with its
traditional hospitality." Mr. Hull
declared.
"Those policies include the de-
livery of those unhappy people to
, enemies who have announced,
and in considerable measure ex-
ecuted, their intention to enslave,
maltreat and eventually exterm-
inate them under conditions of
the most extreme cruelty."
The Navy department rcquest-
' ed all naval stations and shore
' establishments to release from
duty as many Jewish employees
as could be spared without show-
ing up production of important
work on Yom Kippur.
Ralph Bard, assistant secretary
of the navy, who made the an-
nouncement, declared that "re-
ligious tolerance was American
doctrine and asked employees ex-
cused from work to make up the
lost time as soon as possible.
, ets, and they see to it that it is
^ circulated.
"In country districts I wit-
nessed clandestine meetings of
republicans. I met true French-
! men who were sheltering in their
homes hounded compatriots and
whose names they did not even
know because they traveled with
[ false identity papers."
j
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Willkie In Palestine
Jerusalem had an important American vis-
itor during the High Holy Days. It was none
other than Wendell Willkie.
According to reports Mr. Willkie spent a
busy time there, visiting not only the Wailing
Wall of the Temple, but conferring with Moishe
Shertok, of the Jewish Agency, Henrietta Szold
and Dr. Magnes of the Hebrew University. He
also conferred with Arab leaders in the Near
East.
Mr. Willkie has a reputation for compet-
ence as well as for fairness and this added to
the fact that he is a man whose word com-
mands respect in the councils of the United
Nations, will give weight to his conclusions
about the Palestine situation.
Zionists have sometimes bemoaned the
fact that during this war, they have no leader
comparable to Justice Brandeis, representing
their point of view, but they may find some
compensation in that fact that in the last war,
they had no non-Jewish leaders of the stature
of Willkie making personal visits to Palestine.
President Roosevelt's son, it will be recalled,
not so long ago, also paid a visit to the Jewish
colonies in Palestine.
The presence of a contingent of American
troops is another noteworthy factor in the pres-
ent situation. The reports this week indicated
that American troops stationed in Palestine
were given a reception at a Jewish colony
near Nahalal.
All of this sums up in the fact that the Jew-
ish situation and relationship with Palestine is
something more real in the world's mind today
than it was in the last war.
Zionists may conceivably use this to their
advantage, when the day of decision arrives.
"Liberty is more than a matter of political
rights, indispensable as those rights are. In
our own country, we have learned from bitter
experience that to be truly free, men must have,
as well, economic freedom and economic se-
curity -the assurance for all alike of an op-
portunity to work as free men in the company
of free men; to obtain through work the mater-
ial and spiritual means of life; to advance
through the exercise of ability, initiative and
enterprise; to make provision against the haz-
ards of human existence. We know that this
is true of mankind everywhere. We know
that in all countries there has beenand there
will be increasingly in the future demand for
a forward movement of social justice. Each
of us must be resolved that, once the war is
won, this demand shall be met as speedily
and as fully as possible.
"All these advancesin political freedom,
in economic betterment, in social justice, in
spiritual valuescan be achieved by each'na-
tion primarily through its own work and effort,
mainly through its own wise policies and ac-
tions. They can be made oniy where there is
acceptance and cultivation of the concepts and
the spirit of human rights and human freedom.
It is impossible for any nation or group of na-
tions to presribe the methods or provide the
means by which any other nation can accom-
plish or maintain its own political and eco-
nomic independence, be strong, prosper, and
attain high spiritual goals. It is possible, how-
ever, for all nations to give and receive help.
"That which nations can and must do to-
ward helping one another is to take, by coop-
erative action, steps for the elimination of im-
pediments and obstructions which prevent the
full use of eachfor the welfare of its people
of the energy and resources which are at its
command. And the nations can and must,
again by cooperative action under common
agreement, create such facilities as will en-
able each to increase the effectiveness of its
own national affairs."Cordell Hull, Secretary
of State. '
This Crucial Year
It is fitting that the New Year brings rededi-
cation on the part of American Jewry to the
Four Freedoms. For this year will probably
determine when our way of life will prevail
again in a world of peace.
That this particular significance of the Holy
Days was recognized by American Jewry was
apparent in the Messages and resolutions
which marked their observance. Among the
most explicit and representative of these was
Maurice Wertheim's special message to
American Jews.
In it Mr. Wertheim, president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, declared: "The open-
ing of the Jewish New Year comes amid the
grimmest and most fateful conflict in human
history. A particular significance is added
this year to the Holy Days. For by the time
the new year has run its course, it will prob-
ably have been determined, for nations as
well as for individuals, when liberty and peace
are to prevail again. To achieve a free world,
our New Year's devotions should nerve us to
endure and persevere with undismayed heart
through disasters and suffering."
Mr. Wertheim added that "upon us Jews, in
particular, therefore, lies the imperative obli-
gation to help carry the present struggle to a
successful and early conclusion. To that aim,
all energies and all resources must be devot-
ed." In appreciation of this singleness of
aim which must unite American Jewry in this
new and crucial year, we can only echo Mr.
Wertheim's conclusion that "no one who
knows the love of American Jews for their
country, the United States of America, can
doubt for a single instant that they will throw
their all into the fight to preserve the freedom
of America and the entire world."
"Several thousand civilian refugees from
Poland, mostly wives and children of our fight-
ing men, continue to enjoy British and Jewish
hospitality in Palestine. Polish schools have
been opened there, centers of Polish culture
have been formed. Polish daily and weekly
papers are being published. Thus, destiny
is once again forging and strengthening the
ties of sympathy and friendship between the
Polish and the Jewish people, and a closer
mutual understanding, a greater mutual esteem
and a deeper cultural unity are being estab-
hshed. They are the most solid foundations
for sound and friendly collaboration in a fu-
ture free and peaceful world."Jan Ciechan-
owski, Ambassador Extraordinary and Pleni-
potentiary of the Government of Poland to the
United States.
"I am one of the many Englishmen who
have been critical of British policy in Pales
tine as of British policy in other parts of the
world. Indeed, the failures in Palestine have
been at bottom part of that larger failure of
most of the nations of Christendom, a failure
which has brought us to our present pass We
have given that failure, or error, various
whaf, Rla,,era?f,ea,ement' Zionism,
wha not. But it all stems from this funda-
menta error: The strange notion that we have
no national interest in defending others when
they become the victims of evil violence or
aggression; the notion that civilization as a
body has no common interest in defending the
rights of its constituent members, in defendina
STA^SW*1 TJght n0t ,0 be des^yea3
he Right to Life."-Sir Norman Angell. Dis
SSfSL ECOn0miS'' Kinner of S Now
Have you joined the 10 per cent club yet'
lTnJ inubuyin9 wa' bonds and stamps
will aid our boys in the lines who are HE
their blood for democracy. yiving
---------------------TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
---------------------------By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Otto Strasser, who proclaims himself as HitW'
No. 1. is the head of a Free German movement o 5?
from Canada Strasser's idea of the post-Hitler C "^
are illuminating ... He rejects Hitler's method d&
with the Jews, but accepts the Fuehrer's fundamental P
In Strasser's "Free Germany" Jews will not be pe ^
acguire German citizenship and will not be allowedtif*1 to
non-Jews ... Mr. Strasser's Free German movemJ. ?
to us a thing to watch ... We hope you won't Z^
Lipsky's inspiring article, "The Unnamed Ally 0f than
Nations." in the September issue of the Free World v
flaming incident of old school diplomacy Oh*lu
Eleanor Roosevelt, who played a decisive part in cm to
for the transfer to these shores of thousands of refWS?
ren from France, to be announced very shortly v mZ
glad to know that Jewish refugees from Naziland whoh
found new homes in England have repaid their hosts hv
ting up 300 factories turning out such vital war sumliM
glycerine, optical glass, electrical eguipment and diamond
and cutting tools. mm
THE JEWISH FRONT
"I am 100 per cent in accord with the principles ol vnur
organization and sincerely trust that you will be 4
through the hard work and good organization you are puttina
into this fight, to bring about the speedy accomplishments
your objectives This, dear readers, is a quotation from
a letter by Donald M. Nelson. Chairman of the War Produc
tion Board, to Pierre van Paassen, Chairman of the Commit
tee for a Jewish Army ... Dr. Chaim Weizmann is fully re.
covered after a few weeks in the hospitalbut will have to
go easy on cigarettes Albert Einstein will be honored at
a banguet tendered by the Jewish Council of the Russian
War Relief on October 25th ... It will be the only Einstein
dinner this season Meyer W. Weisgal, in a review of the
Jewish year, says: "Only one personality in American Zion-
ism possesses all the necessary gualifications for vigorous
leadership ... His name is Abba Hillel Silver" Judge
Louis Levinthal will be reelected President of the Zionist or-
ganization of America at its annual convention next month,
by acclamation.
READERS' GUIDE
The Summer Issue of The Menorah Journal is a treasure
trove indeed ... Be sure you don't miss Louis Goldberg's
article "The Song of Songs," and Werner J. Gahnman's
''Stefan Zweig in Salzburg" Two jewels Bill Gropper
is doing caricatures for a collection of some Congressiond
isolationists' pre-Pearl Harbor spoutings, assembled by Rex
Stout for a volume to be called "The Illustrious Dunder-
heads" Joseph Freeman, whose "An American Testa-
ment" was a best seller some seasons ago, has just finished
a long novel dealing with the world crisis and titled "Aimed
With This Hope" Your high school youngster will find it
hard to believe, but the fact remains that it is because ol
popular demand that Yeshiva College's Scripta Mathematica
had just put out a second edition of Robert E. Moritz's pamph-
let "On the Beauty of Geometrical Forms" Just out, too, is
another Scripta pamphlet entitled "Cavalieri, Limits and Dis-
carded Infinitesimals," by Carl B. Boyer Turning to an-
other kind of problem, we want to tell you that Zelda Popkia
wife of publicist Louis Popkin, has come out with another of
her whodunits, a skillfully spun yam called "No Crime for
a Lady."
STAGE AND SCREEN
Charlie Chaplin's next screen appearance, they now say,
will be in "The Shadow and the Substance," in which you
will presumably see him in ecclesiastical garb He'll
produce and direct the picture, too, of courseand there's
some talk to the effect that the leading feminine role will go io
Paulette Goddard, the ex-Mrs. Chaplin Attention, la*
school seniors: ASCAP has established a prize, in memory
of the late theatrical attorney Nathan Burkan, to be awarded
for work on a phase of the copyright law When "Mission
to Moscow" is finally filmed the part of Maxim Litvinoff will
probably be played by Martin Gabel. the actor-producer-
The Jane Manner Studio of Speech and Drama has launched
a weekly program on great Americans in its Freedom Forum.
which meets at Steinway Hall on Thursday evenings, and
repeats these programs in various localities in the metropoli-
tan district The Bluebird Record people are right in the
groove with their new disc of "Der Fuehrer's Face." from *<
forthcoming Walt Disney film. "Nuttsey Land" ... One or
the funniest songs of recent years, it pushes a solid razzberry
right into Hitler's puss.
ABOUT PEOPLE
You've heard a lot about the famous art collection of
screen star Edward G. Robinson, and now you'll have a
chance to see some of it on the screen With studios being
prohibited from buying luxurious trappings for film sets.
Robinson is helping out his friend Charles Boyer by lending
him the pictures, for free, for the film. "Flesh and Fantasy-
Did you know that Loren Maazol, the youngster who con-
ducted the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra *
the Lewisohn Stadium this summer, owes much of his success
to advertising tycoon Albert Lasker? ... It was Lasker, wn
together with Doris Duke, provided a fund for the boy
enable him to study his music seriously without having
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UDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1942
*Jenist fhoridian
PAGE FIVE
With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CEHTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi
ir>36 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4781
Miami Beach
Schedule of Services
'Daily at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.;
iKubbolos Shabbos Friday at 6:30
|p m., Saturdays at 9 a. m. and
1630 p. m., Sundays at 8:30 a. m.
Succot Services
Friday, Sept. 25th at 7 p. m.
ISaturday, Sept. 26th at 9 a. m.
Isermon at 10:30 a. m. on the sub-
[ject of "The Strength of the
I Weak." The congregation pro-
Ivides an Esrog and Lulav and all
[are welcome to make the bless-
ling over it at the services.
(Through the courtesy of the Sis-
terhood, Kiddush refreshments
will be served in our beautiful
Suka to all present at the con-
elusion of the services through-
out the holiday.
Saturday, Sept. 26th at 7 p. m.
Sunday. Sept. 27th, at 9 a. m.
I Sermon topic, "The Long and
Short."
Friday, October 2nd, Hoshana
Rabba Services at 9 a. m. Hosh-
onos, a bunch of willow twigs,
will be provided for all attend-
ing these services.
Friday, October 2nd at 7 p. m.
Saturday, Qctober 3rd, Shmini
Atzeret. Services at 9 a. m. Yiz-
kor, Memorial Services at 10:30
a. m. Sermon topic, "The Dead
Guests at the Celebration."
Simchat Torah Celebration
Saturday, October 3rd at 7 p. m.
Through the courtesy of the Sis-
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CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
13.1 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence Phone, 2-2178
Mrs. Louis Margulles, Reporting
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RAURI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaUorce Drive, Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Rabhl Zwitman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to say. each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
Festival of Tabernacles
First day of Sukos services.
Friday evening. Sept. 25th, 8:15
p. m. Saturday morning, Sept.
26th. 11:00 a. m. At the Friday
evening service Rabbi Zwitman
will preach on "The Completion
ol a Cycle."
Closing Eve of the Festival and
Torah service, Friday evening,
October 2nd. 8:15 p. m. Annual
eombined Sukos service and Re-
loicing with the Law. Officers
and members of the congregation
will participate in the Torah pro-
cession.
Closing day of Sukos and Me-
morial service, Saturday morn-
ing. Oct. 3 at 11:00 a. m. Rabbi
Zwitman will preach on the sub-
ject, "A Booth in the Wilder-
ness."
Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin
announce the bar mitzvah of their
son Alan, to be held at the Tem-
ple Israel services, Saturday,
Oct. 3rd at 11:00 a. m. A recep-
tion in honor of the bar mitzvah
will be tendered by his parents
after the services.
Appreciation
Most sincere expression of ap-
preciation for enhancing the dig-
nity of the High Holy Day ser-
vices is due to the following
committees:
To the committee on seating
arrangements for their efficient
and loyal handling of arrange-
ments for attendance at services,
consisting of Leonard Epstein,
chairman; Isaac Levin, "arry
Nevins. Sam Zinkow, Herbert A.
Simon, Harry V. Simons, Adoipn
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Permanent Calendar
Daily services 7:30 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.; late Friday evening
services, 8:15 p. m.; Sabbath ser-
vices, 8:30 a. m.; Junior services.
Saturday 10:30 a. m.; Sh'losh
S'udos, Saturday 6:45 p. m.; He-
brew School, daily 4 to 7 p. m.;
Bar Mitzvah group, Sunday 8:30
a. m.; Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Succos Observance
Services for the festival of
Tabernacles will be ushered in
Friday evening at 7:30. Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Cantor Chaskell
Hollander will officiate.
Immediately after the services,
the worshipers will be the guests
of the Sisterhood, under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Hyman
Sootin and her committee, in our
unique permanent Succo adjoin-
ing the synagogue.
Under the direction of Samuel
Dickson, one of the largest and
most beautiful Succos in the
United States has been erected.
The central theme for discus-
sion Friday evening and Saturday
and Sunday mornings both in
English and Yiddish will be
"Slaves Today!" and "Free Men
Tomorrow."
Special Junior Services in Succo
Parents are urged to bring
their children to Junior services.
There will be special Junior ser-
vices of all Hebrew School and
Sunday School students in the
Succo Sunday morning at 10:30
o'clock. The faculty of our in-
stitution will be present to greet
the children. Refreshments will
be served.
An Urgent Request
Registration at Hebrew School
must be completed as soon as
possible. In keeping with Na-
tional observance of Hebrew reg-
istration week, we ask parents to
bring their children for final en-
rollment during the week of
Succos. Register your child in
one of the several schools of the
Associated Hebrew Schools of
Greater Miami.
Faculty Meeting
The faculty of Beth David Sun-
day School met this past week
and outlined plans for the com-
ing season. Our institution this
year will continue its policy of
utilizing the service of Jewish
teachers who are at present teach-
ing in the Dade County school
system. Further details will be
announced.
Sisterhood
The Beth David Sisterhood
held its first meeting last Wed-
nesday afternoon, with Mrs. Har-
ry Oliphant presiding. A har-
monious spirit was manifested
at this well attended meeting,
with every one present showing
her devotion. Rabbi Max Shapiro
greeted the members with a few .
words of welcome.
CONGREGATION
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
(Gates of Justice)
1545 S. W. Third Street
Miami, Florida
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
7G1 41-st Street
MIAMI BEACH
Phone j-9793
S. M. UACHTBL Rabbi
1450 S. W. 17th Terrace. Miami
Phone 2-2179
Service Schedule
Daily Minyon, 8:00 a. m.; Min-
cha. 7:00 p. m.; Maariv, 7:15 p.
m,; Saturday, 9:00 a. m.
Services
We take this opportunity to
thank all of the members who as-
sisted us in making our Holiday
services the success that was
truly complete. The religious
services were excellent and the
response to our appeal made
following an address by E. Albert
Pallot at Kol Nidre, was gratify-
ing.
Succos services will start Fri-
day evening with Mincha at 6:30
to be followed by Maariv. Sat-
urday and Sunday services will
start at 9 a. m. with evening ser-
vices at 6:30.
Bar Mitzvah
The bar mitzvah of Rubin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bluth, will
take place Saturday morning.
Rubin will recite the Haftorah
and address the worshippers.
Pledges
A committee will be at the
Congregation, during this com-
ing week, every morning from 8
I to 9:30 o'clock and every evening
from 6 to 8 o'clock for the col-
lection of monies pledged to the
synagogue. The contributors are
asked to please make every effort
to fulfill their obligations made
and pay their pledges, due. do-
nations and for the purchases of
Aliyos.
Sisterhood
Mrs. George Chertkof ad-
dressed the Holiday services on
Yom Kippur on behalf of the
newly organized Ladies Auxil-
iary. In a plea for members
about 50 women signified their
intention to join and take part
in the work. A meeting will be
held this Monday afternoon in
the synagogue at 2:30 p. m. All
ladies are invited and urged to
attend. We wish this new group
every success and assure them of
the wholehearted cooperation of
the Congregation.
Regular Meeting
At a meeting of our general
membership held last week our
new charter was approved and
the new regulations are being
put into effect as quickly as pos-
sible. The nomination of offi-
cers will take place Tuesday. Oc-
tober 6, and election on October
20.
Leon Kaplan. E. Albert Pallot
and John C. Temple were the
delegates appointed to the Great-
er Miami Jewish Cemetery As-
sociation as our new representa-
tives.
Services
A minyan meets at the syna-
gogue for services three times
daily and all worshippers are in-
vited to participate. All of our
members as well as others who
wsih to observe Yahrzeit and oth-
er religious observances are wel-
come to use our facilities. Sha-
chris at 8 and Mincha at 6:45.
The High Holiday services will
continue with the observance of
Succos starting Friday evening
at 6:30 and Saturday and Sunday
mornings at 9. Evening services
for both days will start at 6 p. m.
Yom Kippur services, starting
with Kol Nidre last Sunday eve-
ning saw a generous, response to
the appeal made for a Talmud
Torah and likewise Monday for
the Ladies Auxiliary. Maurice
Grossman addressed the worship-
ers, as did Mrs. Ida Buckstein.
A. Pepper, president, introduced
the speakers. The services con-
ducted by Cantor Moses Teitle-
baum were splendidly received.
Succos Party
The Ladies Auxiliary, under
the chairmanship of Mrs. William
Clein, will give a party for the
children of the Talmud Torah
and Sunday School, this Sunday
afternoon at the synagogue, at
2 o'clock. Parents are urged to
bring their children, even though
not registered, to partake in this
joyous occasion and to enable
them to learn more about the
Festival. A Simchas Torah party
will be given for the adults next
week.
Registration
Registration of pupils for the
Talmud Torah and Sunday School
has been in progress for the past
week. This registration will con-
tinue and a committee for that
purpose will be at the synagogue
all day Monday, September 28
from 9 to 5 p. m. A teacher has
been selected and will arrive in
the city this coming week. We
are taking part in the Associated
Hebrew Talmud Torah project
now in formation and will use a
uniform standard curncuia.
Regular Services
Daily services are held at Beth
Sholom Center at 9 a. m. and 7
p. m. Residents of the area
served by the Center will find
their Kaddish and Yahrzeit needs
satisfied by these services.
Succoth Services
Succoth, the Feast of Taber-
nacles, will be ushered in at sun-
down today, in the traditional
Succoth service. Kiddush will
be chanted in the Beth Sholom
Succah.
Tomorrow, there will be Suc-
coth services at 9 a. m. and 6:30
p. m. Tomorrow morning Rabbi
Machtei will preach on "Sun and
Shade." During the services for
the second day of Succoth, on
Sunday morning. Rabbi Machtei's
sermon subject will be "The Sea-
son of Our Rejoicing."
Religious School
Enrollments for the Beth Sho-
lom Sunday School and the Tal-
mud Torah are still being accept-
ed at the Center. Classes in the
Talmud Torah will begin on Mon-
day, October 5; in the Sunday
School on Sunday. October 11.
The pupils of the Talmud To-
rah and of the Sunday School will
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
621 Lennox Ave., Phone 5-7133
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON
Telephone 1418
705 S. K. 9th Street
YESHIYA
EDUCATIONAL
CENTER
Sukkoth and Sabbath services
Friday. 8 p.m.
Religious School, Sunday 10:30
a. m.
Sisterhood sewing for the Red
Cross, British War Relief Soci-
ety and Bundles for America,
Tuesday, 12:30 to 5 p. m._________
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New plans are now being for-
mulated for the Yeshiva Educa-
tional Center located at 846 Mich-
igan Ave., Miami Beach. These
plans will conform to standards
of Yeshivas throughout the
country in conjunction with the
National Yeshiva Association.
Intense efforts will be made
by the officers of the institution
to provide the finest instructors
possible. A representative of the
organization is in the North at
present negotiating.
The institution will cooperate
with the Associated Talmud To-
rah system, newly organized here.
They will start with two grades,
kindergarten and first. Arrange-
ments have also been made with
one of the private schools of Mi-
ami Beach for fully qualified
English instructors as a paroch-
ial system will be used. The
CONGREGATION
SHAARAY TEFILA
440 Espanola Way
Miami Beach
Sukos services of Congregation
Shaaray Tefila, temporarily lo-
cated at 440 Espanola Way, Mi-
ami Beach, are scheduled for
Friday at 6:30 p. m.: Saturday at
9 a. m. and 5:30 p. m., and Sun-
day at 9 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Rab-
bi Joseph Rackovsky will conduct
the services and will speak at the
Saturday morning services on the
subject, "Tabernacles," and dur-
ing the Sunday morning services
on "Lulov of Palms."
child will spend the entire day
at the Yeshiva and will receive
his lunch there.
Additional details of the reor-
ganized effort will be announced
soon. Services continue daily at
the Yeshiva Educational Center
and will include Succos services
Saturday and Sunday. Rabbi J.
Shulman of New Jersey will ad-
dress the worshipers. ______
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Succoss
The holiday of Succoss begins
this Friday night. Services will
be held at 7 p. m. Friday and
Saturday evenings; at 9 a. m.
Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach Sat-
urday morning on "Protection of
Judaism." His sermon topic Sun-
day morning will be "The Flow-
er of Judaism." Cantor Mamches
will chant the services.
Succah
Our synagogue succah will be
open throughout the holiday for
all who wish to visit or spend
time in it. Refreshments will be
served by the congregation after
synagogue services to all worship-
pers, and to all Hebrew School
students at each session.
A committee of Sisterhood and
Habanoth members assisted Mr.
Feit in the decoration of the Suc-
cah Friday.
Palestine Essrogim as well as
Florida Essrogim have been pur-
chased by the congregation for
the use of our worshippers. They
will be on hand at all services.
Hebrew School
Registration of new students
continues each week day after-
noon. Classes are held from 4
to 7 p. m. A complete five year
course of Hebrew studiesthe
only one in Greater Miamiis
offered to all children. Register
your child this week.
Sunday Sessions
Registration of children for the
Sunday morning sessions has al-
ready begun. Our first session
will be held Sunday morning.
October 11th at 10 a. m. Regis-
ter your child in advance to
avoid the opening daily registra-
tion rush.
Thanks
We wish to thank Mrs. F. Kal-
stein, chairman of our service
men's hospitality committee who
saw to it that every service man
who prayed at our synagogue
during the High Holidays was of-
fered the hospitality of the homes
of our members. She did a re-
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vjewisfi FhrMian
nfflMY. SEPTIM^ j
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
TEMPLE
ISRAEL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
ETH 'co,
CONGREGATION
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5;
accompanied by songs
dances.
Simchot Torah Services, Su
day, Oct. 4th at 9 a. m. "Aliyos,"
a Torah honor, will be accorded
to every man and boy present at
these services. Kiddush refrcsh-
ments will be served.
Hebrew School
The opening of the Hebrew
School new term was celebrated
on Monday. Sept. 14th. with an
interesting program and refresh-
ments served by Mrs. Ben Mar-
bach and Mrs. Sara Bermun,
representing the Sisterhood. The
children had a marvelous time
and all the boys and girls pres-
ent were enrolled in the Hebrew
School.
^ AH the Hebrew Schools in
Greater Miami have now been
organized as the Associated Tal-
mud Torahs, with a uniform cur-
riculum and grades class, s. Why
deprive your boy and girl Of a
Jtwish education. In these crit- j
ical times it's the best insurance j
against the tragedy of isolation I
and friendlessness. Don't rob!
your child of his Jewish associa- j
tions. Please register him or her'
now.
Classes are held four times
weekly from 4 to 7 p. m. in one
hour sessions for each class No
I i ys will be accepted for Bar
MitZVa training this year un'ess
re g i s t e r e d immediately. Bar
Mitzva is a responsibility tor
which a boy must train and pre-
pare and not a role to be played
for one engagement to satisfy the
vanity of the parents.
Sunday School
The Sunday School opens on
October 11th. at 9:45 a. m. Ses-
sions will be held regularly ev-
nd J. Gerald Lewis
ommif.ee.
Holy Day usher
their dignified and
r spoctful maintenance of order
Succos services will take place j Center congregation for the Hak- at services: Louis Zeientz. chair-
nJ Friday evening at 7 o'clock. The kafoth on Simchath Torah. an; Herbe
morning services will start at
8:30 o'clock on Saturday and Sun-
day. Kiddush will follow in the
Sueco. Rabbi Kagan will speak
on the significance of the occas-
ion. The rabbi may be reached
for any information at his resi-
dence. 437 S. VV. 15th Ave., phone
9-2295.
rt A. Simon, Frank A.
A Happy New Year 1 Vrlman. Sam Katz. Henry Bul-
li the spirit of Hosh Hashonah bin, Harry Boyell. J. E. Freeh-
pretation of Jewish history, cer-
emonies and customs.
Boys and girls of 14 and over
are eligible for the Confirmation
Class.
Teachers Wanted
The Sunday School has several
openings on its teaching stall.
Every teacher is salaried and no
volunteers are accepted. We ex-
pect regular, punctual attendance
and well prepared lessons. Col-
lege graduates are
Please
and Yum Kippur services at
Beth Sholom Center is any indi-
Ication of what the worshippers
may expect for the coming year,
each man. woman and child win)
attended the services is confident
i\ a I appy New Year,
ness. faith in God's love, good-
no.-, optimismthese sentiments
filled the hearts of the worship-
pers at Beth Sholom Center. Nor
were they unmindful of the pres-
ent plight of the world and of
tiie responsibility resting upon
each one to I uild for a better
future.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei preached
in English during the holidays,
excepting on Yom Kippur. after
the .Mmchali service, when he
ling. Stuart Gordi'.i. Jasper Cro-
mer, Max Meiscl and Myron S.
Zeientz, as well as the assisting
junior ushers, Joe Gassheimcr,
Freeman Nevins. Lewis Mcisel
and Stephen Davis.
Happi- Religious School Begins Sunday,
October 4th, at 10:00 A. M.
Regular classes of the Temple
(CONT.NocD^c^^
markable job exceptional,,
_ Service Men' 3 *'l
Our serv.ee nun's club i.
every wck d ( lub h, ^
vite your investigation i'*"
how our service men are & *
every courtesy ;,,. .,^N
n making their stay Rr>
munity a happy one. "a-
We thank the Hebrew k,,-
and the Real Kosher &"
Companies for the larr;*
in this week's k.,sher "^
for our "boys.''
sandwich
Congratulations
A hearty mazul tov to Mr ^
rs. Irving Muter, family ^
tends on the Kim, 7 &
Israel Religious School will be- i firsta boy M-.v th k lilM
g:n on Sunday morning, Oct. 4! up L'Torah. L'Ch. in\a "5,hm
at 10:00 a. m. Parents are re-, im Tovim. ^MUPaa U'Maai.
quested to make every effort to' Wc ctmarnllli_,
1 ring their children and to co- j c"["r,,ate, our Dr. 11
operate with neighbors by allevi-1 chatanansl?in ,'f VlmT t0 *
aing transportation problems, TSimh r* ***
The dedicatory Youth Service W Tnftw h h GTlMl*
01 the Religious School was held for theTettermpm nV do
on Mondav, the Day of Atone- ',,," V.."m.M '" J?wh*
nent. in the
jay
Temple.
Pupils of
ucation in
our coinmunitv.
e" acceptable.! delivered a Yiddish message to the"Religious Schooi~who~partic Sim<=has Torah Party
the rabbi at arouse the older generation. puted in fie ritual and musical ,... .ur_Jchl]dri'n can Bel ready
apply to
once. I There was a generous response
Honor Roll of Men in Service of' to ,,H' rabbi's Yizkor appeal in
Our Country I benall el the Talmud Torah.
Through the generous donation 'Members ol the hoard have al-
for a wc
ol 610U.UU by Airs. Call Weinkle.
the Center has obtained a beauti-
ful chrome Honor Roil on which
will be entered the name.- of
numbers and sons of members
in the service of our country, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Glosser have
contributed MOU.OO for name in-
scriptions. Our most sincere
thanks to these generous donors.
We ask members and friends to
let our office know at once the
names i : those known to them in
rvice of our country.
Our Executive Secretary
Darnel M Broad, our newly
/onderful time at the syn-
agogue this Simchas Torah nirti'
Thore will be flags and all sons
of refreshments. We ask our
children to bring their parents
along with themand vice vera.
For the sake of the Torah
Memorial floral offering
the Day of Atonement was pre-
sented by Mrs. Frank A. Perl-
man.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
in Miami, Florida
intensive and interesting inter- tne Vll'-V active secretary-treas-
urer ot the Miami Beach Apart-
ment House Association.
Mr. Broad invites ideas and
.suggestions for the development
and broadening of our Center ac-
tivities. He is at the office daily
from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. and by
appointment at any time.
Thanks
The Center expresses its sin-
cere and heartfelt thanks to all
the members and triends who
worshipped with us on the High
Holy Days. Their help is most
inspiring and encouraging. The
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sections of the service were:
Sheila Lewis. David Lewis, Mar-
ji rie W< instein, Philip Wein-
st in. ;r.. Natalie Zinkow, Rose-
ready interviewed applicants for ir >nd Rubin. Jules Pearlman, jr.,
the teaching position.) Stanley Roth. Miss Rita Hyman.
Beth Sholom a Community Need Barnara Boyell. Alan Freeh ling,
It Hi! re was any doubt in the Carol Steuer, Betty Joan Klein,
mind ot even one Jew regarding Romessa Roscnthal. Martin ,'"/; Hoffman, father of
the need for a Synagog-Center to Karns, Marjory Wetstein. Lois Mr,s; J- ?aRlan-.
serve the area whose central N< vins, Sybil Cowen, Alan West-
pomt is 41st street, on Miami ln- soloist. Ann Engler Epstein.
Beach, that doubt was dispelled violinist. Organ accompaniment
during thi New Years period, '"r '-'lf' service was played by
All s^ats were filled on Rosh M>ss Marguerite Elsasser.
Lasnonan, and even the extra Children of the Religious
Stats provided for Yom Kippur School are extended a special
roved inadequate. A number and most cordial invitation to at- ; armed forces the help they need.
benches were borrowed irom tend the Torah Festival on Fri-i-_____________
the Junior Congregation, and day .veiling. Oct. 2nd at 815
were placed m the aisles. o'clock. There will be a youth
with the Torah.
In Memoriam
services of each Friday
ring the year, names
, departed, as well as
tiie j. ws wno live within the Yahrzeits in our congregation
area it serves. are read before the Kaddish.
The Beth Sholom program of At the Friday evening services
activities includes, in addition to of Sept. 25th and Oct 3rd the
the synagogue and religious memory of the following will be
school, adult classes, teen-age hallowed:
group meetings, sisterhood activi- Rorontlv h.,^^.j. v _
ties and social gatherings, as well Wolf Bl om. daughter of Mr* a
as patriotic participation in pro- Mrs. Eugene Wolff, and sisTer of
h mi ?enjy E' Wolff; Louls B- Ri'as.
hum*- husband of Mrs. Rose Rifas and
r. r- brother of Hyland Rifas.
God Give You Strength Yahrzeits: Bernhardt Miller,
v- i uSm"r\ funcllonin8 ol thc father of David P. Miller; Abra-
mgh Holy Day services was due ham Bulbin. father of Henry Bui-'
in large measure to the coopera- bin; Herman Richter. uncle of J
lion between the various depart- A. Rirhter- PKiii n.u^:.'
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Mrs. Carl Weinkle. and Mr. Man-
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5TH YEAR
i! ( Hebrew Medical Journal.
Ihich is dedicated to the ad-
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War, the great tragedy which
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Jewish Heroes of the Year!
Some Have Given Their Lives,
Others Are Still in Action, But
All Have Won Glory as
Democracy9s Defenders
Sergeant Meyer Levin
Distinguished Flying Cross
'Colin Kelly's Bombardier"

Lieutenant Morris N. Friedman
Distinguished Flying Cross, Silver Star
"Bravery in the PhilUpines"
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Sergeant Lester Kramer
Distinguished Flying Cross
"Flight to Manila"
Private Leonard York receives congratulations from Brig. Gen.
Julius Oclis Adler, left, assistanl commander of 6th motorized
division. Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., who presented him with the
Purple Heart Medal for downing a Jap plane with a machine gun.
York was wounded in the action. Al the right is Lt. Col. B. W
Broedlow, 20th infantry regiment.
Commander Solomon S. Isquith
Navy Cross
"Saued Crew of USS Utah"
Ensign Stanley Caplan
Commendation from Knox
"Downed Four Jap Planes"
Lieutenant Henry Mark
Distinguished Service Crow
"Met Death in a Rice Field"
These are some of the men historians will remember
when the final story of the conflict is written. They are the
American fighters of Jewish faitli who sunk battleships and
submarines, fought the enemy in the skies, held out heroic
ally at Bataan and on Corregidor. For Lieutenant Henry
Mark and Private Louis Schleifer, the fighting is done.
They were killed in the early days of the warMark while
rushing across an open rice field with a load of hand gren
ades intended for an enemy machine-gun nest, and Schleifer
while attempting to wheel a plane into a hanger during the attack on
Hickam Field, Hawaii. But while there are 8oldiers like Levin to
hammer Jap battlewagons from the heavens, and sailors like Caplan
to fight them on the seas, Mark and Schleifer will not have died in vain.
These are only nine. There are many others. Fighters like Sergeant
Mitchell Cohen, who earned the Order of the Purple Heart for bravery
under fire; Radioman David Goodman, winner of the Oak Leaf Cluster
for his part in the mosquito-boat escape of General MacArthur from
Corregidor to Australia; Ensign Ira Jeffrey, who gave his life while
maintaining, by hand, an ammunition supply to the antiaircraft guns
of the USS California.
The roll of honor is long. American fighting men of Jewish faith
are piling up a record of heroic service, some receiving distinguished
service awards for bravery, under fire, others losing their live* in
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take time out to make Stella
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(CONTINUED FROM PACE 4)
make undignified appearances for
the sake of the family excheq-
uer ... If you're interested in the
private life of Clifford Odets,
watch out for excerpts from his
diary, which are to be published
in the Atlantic Monthly .
Alex Cohen, the young man who
invaded the Broadway produc-
tion field with such considerable
success last year, will soon be
marching off to the wars ... In
the meanwhile Hollywood is pre-
paring to bring out "Angel
Street," the big Cohen hit of last
season, with Melvyn Douglas as
the male lead Another, and
bigger, producer who will be re-
tiring from Broadway publicity
to the life of an Army private
before winter comes is Herman
Shumlin. who recently deserted
New York's stage to take care of
the Hollywood filming of "Watch
on the Rhine" Also Army-
bound is Harold Clurman. of
the Group Theatre and Holly-
wood, though they do say that
before he dons the khaki hell
t for his art's sake, is his old self
again The beard is off, and
so is the play for which he was
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vJewist ftcridliain
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER oc,
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
The views expressed by Mr. Boxer-
man are his own and do not nec-
essarily represent the opinion of
The Jewish Ploridlan.
"The Jayhawk Nazi"
Among those 28 indicted re-
cently by Uncle Sam for sub-
versive activities the name of
Gerald B. Winrod, like Abou Ben
Adam, leads all the rest. This
"'jay-hawk Nazi."' whose periodic
visits to a St. Petersburg taber-
nacle link his activities to the
Florida scene, is charged with ob-
structing the war effort Win-
rod's magazine. "The Defender"
is no stranger in these parts .
It is not surprising, therefore.
that one of his associates. Harvey
H. Springer of Englewood. Colo-
rado, is mailing letters into this
area seeking funds on Winrod's
behalf.
"Dear Christian Friend"
Springer's letter, addressed to
"Dear Christian Friend." dis-
creetly makes no mention of the
Jewish group, but by innuendo
implies that those responsible for
Winrod's conspiracy indictment
are neither Christian leaders nor
members of the Christian faith.
The Springer-Winrod letter
campaign attacks '"the pet spokes-
man of politicians, Walter Win-
chell,"' who it seems has had the
temerity to call Winrod "one of
the Americans that most Ameri-
cans can do without."
Hocus Pocus
There is nothing original about
Springer's appeal for funds .
Were it not for the signature it
could easily be one of Coughlin's
notorious letters of solicitation.
There is the old familiar relig-
ious hocus pocus describing Win-
rod as the victim of a campaign
"to crush Christian leaders" end-
ing on this self sacrificing note:
"I have given my prayers, I
have given my substance ... I
am writing two hundred thousand
lettersA staff of 50 or 60 people
are working every possible mo-
ment, before it is too late Will
you help us bear the burden of
the postage? ... It in itself, is
tremendous ... We do not expect
you to pay the full amount, but
one dollar, five dollars, ten dol-
lars or even twenty or fifty dol-
lars from a number of friends
will help preserve the Cause of
Christ."
If aiding this evangelistic op-
portunist, who once called the
Catholic church "the harlot of the
Bible" and the Jews "Christ-kill-
ers" is preserving the cause of
Christ, then someone had better
start reading the New Testament
and the things for which Jesus
stood!
For Business Reasons
"For business reasons only"
. That is the explanation given
by the owner of a private school
in Miami for not wanting Jew-
ish children Technically,
such an institution has the right
to select whatever clientele it
pleases and Jews should have
sufficient self-respect not to at-
tempt forcing themselves in .
At the same time isn't it particu-
larly ironical when a school, the
very product of a democratic so-
ciety that is supposed to tench
the precepts of democracy, cannot
itself practice a little bit of what
it pretends to preach0
Interesting, too. is that fact
that the proprietor of the school
is the sister of an outstanding per-
sonality known as a liberal, and
associated with a house of wor-
ship that prides itself upon being
progressive in its outlook But
then we suppose that not all
members of a family can inherit
the same liberal tradition .
and the man cannot be blamed
for what his sister does'"for
business reasons only." of course.
A Corker
That certainly was a corking
editorial the Miami Daily News
carried last week on "The Case
of Blanchard" .. Memories of
the White Front, formed by
Blanchard in 1938 to distribute
anti-Semitic propaganda and to
spread the virus of hatred, still
linger in certain Miami circles.
Blanchard is now a candidate for
officer training in the U. S. Ar-
my and the News very properly
raises this question: "Do we want
such people in charge of our men
in camp and on the battlefields,
or do we not?" The answer
obviously is the latter ... It
will profit us little to defeat
Naziism abroad and permit pea-
nut Hitlers to institute here their
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Cordell Hull who a few days ear-
lier had condemned the Vichy
surrender of Jewish refugees to
the Nazis as "revolting" and
"fiendish." Laval's declaration
was believed to have been direct-
ed against Pope Pius XII who has
been an outspoken critic of the
Vichy anti-Jewish policies.
That the mounting protests
from abroad and inside France
itself were having some effect
was seen in the admission by
Laval that he had obtained a
promise from Nazi authorities in
Paris to cease separating Jewish
children from their parents dur-
ing the deportations. "Children
no longer will be separated from
their parents, so whole families
will go back where they came
from," Laval said.
At the same time Laval un-
loosed an organized propaganda
barrage against the Jews for the
avowed purpose of showing that
the "Jews are responsible for
the defeat of France." The Vichy
radio launched the anti-Jewish
campaign with this announce-
ment:
"At a time when France is
weak and disorganized from war
wounds, when the whole future
of France and the world is un-
certain, it is surprising to see
Frenchmen excited about a few
Jews. We do not deny that from
a purely humanitarian standpoint
some Jews are to be pitied. From
our national standpoint, however,
the Jews are responsible for our
decadence and defeat."
Meanwhile, the Vatican is con-
tinuing its protest against the
expulsion of Jewish refugees.
The Vatican City radio, condemn-
ing the Vichy persecution of Jews,
pledged to "do everything in our
power to help these unhappy peo-
ple," and then added: "What
right has one section of human-
ity, after 20 centuries of Chris-
tianity, to tamper with the free-
dom of the children of God?"
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American fascism.
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Memorial services were held
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with Dr. Carl N. Herman in
charge. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein
officiated at services that after-
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Semi-monthly card paty of Beth
Israel Sisterhood was held Thurs-
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wJewisti IFIoiriidliai m COMBINING TilC JOWUSlh UWitty % 3A* QsuxrijtJk U)jisiAfLy pp VOLUME 15—NO. 39 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS U.S.FLAG IS GIN 10 HIGH COURT fit FLORIDA LODGES A new 8 x 12-foot weatherproof United States Flag flies this week atop the Florida State Supreme Court building, the gift of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges. In a brief but impressive ceremony on the morning of Friday. September 18. as the court sat en bank, Chief Justice Armstead Brown accepted the flag from a committee consisting of Louis Heiman, acting president of Sholem Lodge, chairman; William I. Boxerman, director of the AntiDefamation League, and Al B. Block, first vice-president of the B'nai B'rith Federation. In his presentation Mr. Heiman spoke these thoughts: "We have recently witnessed a fine example of democracy in action. Eight Nazis landed in our beloved country, intent upon sabotage. Upon their capture, these saboteurs were provided in due course with counsel to interpose for them in their defenses. Their trial, although military in nature, proceeded in an orderly way. Then, with dramatic suddenness, the trial was adjourned to give their counsel an opportunity to apply to the Supreme Court of the United States for a writ of habeas corpus. With unexpected swiftness, the Court convened in special session to hear that plea. Their counsel was given ample opportunity to argue in their defense. In our democracy, the constitutional rights of even saboteurs were duly considered and determined. "Thereafter, their plea having been denied, the trial continued. Upon its completion, the findings of the Court were submitted to our President and punishment was meted out in accordance with the facts. There was even an application of the principle that justice should be tempered with (CONTINUED ON PACE 3) HUNGARY JEWISH YOUTHS GUARD ON HIGH HOLY DAYS CATHOLIC LEADER IS A Above is a view of the committee representing the Florida Federation of B'nai B nth Lodges presenting a United States flag to the Supreme Court of the State of Florida on Friday, September 18 Sitting in full session, members of the court, reading from left to right, are: Justices Alto Adams, Rivers Buford, J. B. Whitfield, Chiief Justice Armistead Brown, Glenn Terrell, Roy Chapman, and Elwyn Thomas. Making the presentation are, left to right: Al B. Block vicepresident of the B'nai B'rith Florida State Federation; Louis Heiman. acting president of Sholem Lodge; and William I. Boxerm an, director of the Anti-Defamation League. PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE GIVEN IMPETUS BY Y. M. H. By STANLEY C. MYERS Chairman of the Board Greater Miami Jewish Federation Geneva (WNS)—Thousands of Jews crowded synagogues in Budapest and other Hungarian cities to attend Rosh Hashonah services while squads of husky young Jews were stationed outside to prevent disturances by Nazi and pro-Nazi hoodlums, according to reports received here. Hungary's young Jews organized special squads to guard the house of worship when informed that Nazi organizations planned to break into the synagogues and disrupt the services. Previous holiday services had been marred by the appearance of armed thugs who beat the worshippers and damaged the buildings. Many of the Jews appeared in the synagogues wearing their uniforms and medals of the first World War. The Nazi press attacked this gesture as an act of insolence to the Hungarian government and warned that further appearance by Hungarian Jews in their former military uniforms would result in harsh punishment. With the new responsibilities of war upon us we have little time to review the past accomplishments of community organizations. What we must do today is to determine what contributions we can make to meet the perplexing problems created in the conversion from peacetime to wartime conditions, and to plan to make use of all our resources our individual powers and possessions and our collective strength as a community—to preserve the things for which we are fighting today. Experience gained in previous wars teaches us that the youth of our nation presents one of the greatest problems in the immediate and far future. In this courtry, statistics already show that juvenile delinquency is on the Stanley C. Myers increase. In England, three years of war have demonstrated the deOF OUR YOUTH A. ACTIVITIES t structive influence of war upon the youth of a nation. We remember vividly the after effects of the last war, and the careful attention and guidance that was required to lead our youth through the period of frustration and bewilderment that accompanied the post-war period. The Y.M.H.A., as the organization existing in our community to serve our youth, is without doubt the organization which should be used as the resource to meet the vital youth problems that will undoubtedly arise in our community. To carry its | added responsibilities in the future, it will need a strong organization, large sums of money, and extensive support from the community at large. I have confidence that the "Y" will meet the challenge that present conditions present to it. I have confidence that the "Y" leadership will not be found wanting in the present crisis. CANADA PROTESTS AGAINST THE DEPORTATION OF JEWS Ottawa (WNS)—The Canadian government officially protested to Vichy this week against the deportation to Nazi occupied countries of thousands of Jewish refugees in unoccupied France. A government official disclosed: ••We have asked the French minister to express to the French government the strong hope of the Canadian government that no actual deportations will take place and that those placed in concentration camps for deportation will be released as soon as possile." 32.216 JEWISH SOLDIERS ARE NEW WAVE OF POGROMS DEAD IN POLISH DEFENSE ARE EXPECTED IN POLAND London (WNS)—A total of 32216 Jewish officers and soldiers in the Polish Army were killed and 61,000 others were wounded during the Nazi invasion of Poland | in September 1939, it was disclosed here by Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbart, one of the two Jewish members of the exiled Polish National Council, According to all reports the Jewish soldiers fought stubbornly and heroically in defense of their native land against an army overwhelmingly superior to them in men and equipment. Berne (WNS)—The belief that Vichy's pro-Nazi Chief of Government Pierre Laval has bitten off more than ho can chew in ordering the arrest of a French Catholic leader as a warning to the Catholic church against further interference with the Vichy anti-Jewish program, was widespread in diplomatic circles here. The arrest of Father Chaillct, a member of the staff of Pierre Cardinal Gerlier. Archbishop of Lyon, who has repeatedly denounced the round-up of thousands of Jewish refugees in unoccupied France for deportation as slave laborers to Nazi-occupied Europe, was accompanied by a thinly-veiled ultimatum to the Catholic Church to confine itself to religious matters. The temper of the French people, who have not recovered from the shock of Laval's announcement of conscription of French men and women workers for work in Nazi munitions factories, was reported to have reached the boiling point when the Vichy fuehrer replied to the mass protests against the treatment of Jewish refugees by interning the popular Catholic leader. At a press conference in Vichy Laval issued the following statement: "The Catholic Cardinals and Bishops have intervened, but every one is a master of his own trade. They handle religion—I handle government affairs. "No man and nothing can sway me from my determination to rid France of foreign Jews and send them back where they originated. I'll take no lessons in humanitarianism from any country. "I am applying to Jews the same treatment prescribed centuries ago by the Catholic Church. I cannot say I will never change my mind, but at present I have no intention of extending the anti-Jewish laws of the German occupied zone to ffee France—induing the obligation to wear the yellow Star of David." Laval's reference to "lessons in humanitarianism from any country" presumaly was levelled at United States Secretary of State (CONTINUED ON PAGE B) CONCERT TO BE SPONSORED BY Y. M. H. A. MONDAY EVE London (WNS)—A new wave of pograms has broken out in Nazi-occupied Poland with thousands of Jews massacred daily, according to secret underground reports reaching here. The pogroms were reported to be accompanied by an intensified drive to deport Polish Jews to Nazi-held parts of Soviet Russia. Most of the Polish Jews deported earlier to Russia were never again heard from. It is believed that the majority of the deported Jews have been killed by the Nazis en route to their supposed destination. One of the finest concerts to be held in these parts in a long time will take place at the "Y" auditorium next Monday night, September 28, at 8:30 o'clock. The entire concert is being furnished through the courtesy of the entertainment committee of the Army Air Corps. Due to military regulations, it is forbidden to publicize the names of those participating. All of the artists on the program Monday night are outstanding in the music and concert field. Many have performed at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, and others have toured the entire country in a series of concert tours. The affair is sponsored by the Y. M. H. A. and is free to the public. I A. '•



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1942 fJewisti Meridian PAGE THREE MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI ITIIIH weekly feature ia prepared | L t |, e public relations committee of %  the Greater Miami Army and Navy | Irommlttet* of the National Jewish IWclfire Board. The committee InEludei William I. Boxerman, chairIL.,,i lienjamln Bronston. Fred K. Ishn.het and Paul Weltzman. (Contributions to this column are .welcomed, particularly in the form of Kttera received here from Greater %  Miami boys now In the service.) As a result of a survey of the I present whereabouts of the Jewish men from this area in the armed forces, we have gathered data of general interest to parents and relatives which we are happy to present in these colI unins. Pvt. Joseph Rosenkrantz, who entered the army in June, has been assigned to Miami Beach. First Lt. Robert I. Seitlin has been in the army for approximately three years He had military education at the University of Florida and was a 2nd Lt. Reserve Officer when he entered the service Since his induction he has been stationed at Fort Bragg where he now is in the artillery school He expects a captainship upon completion of this course ... He writes that he -works hard" but "enjoys" it. Private Raymond L. Cowen has been stationed at Ft. Screven, Savannah, Ga., with the Army quartermaster detachment for two years Raymond previously was a shoe salesman Recently home on leave he told his family that he had been a technician 5th grade since April. Sergeant Irving Scherer enlisted in November, 1940 in the U. S. Marine Corps ... He serves at Parris Island. S. C. Due to his previous bookkeeping exFor some weeks past, under the auspices of the Army and Navy Committee, a survey has been in progress to check the accuracy of the Roll of Honor, which includes the names of all Jewish men from this area in the service of their country. This survey is nearing completion and we urge families of men whose names have not yet appeared in "Marching Men" to supply the information ... In the near future at a community-wide celebration, a plaque or service flag will be dedicated in honor of all Jewish men from Greater Miami in the armed forces. perience in the Miami Laundry, he is now chief steward of all branches and the main store His name has been recommended for staff sergeant. Irving M. Ginsburg is in the Navy Air Corps as a cadet Irving has been stationed at Athens, Ga., since his induction in June Before enlisting in the service Irving was a student at ti.i University of Florida. Corp. Milton Klein is now in Officers' Training School at Ft. Binning, Ga. After he was inducted into the infantry he was sent from Camp Blanding to Ft Leonard Woods, Mo., then to Camp Robinson, Ark., and finally t<> Benning During this time he received special recognition tor sharpshooting ... He writes: "Tho, work is hard and there is a I real deal to study, but I enjoy II all immensely." Morton B. Levinson was sworn into the U. S. Naval Reserve in February as an apprentice seaman However, he has not been called for active service yet. First Lt. Jerome Fleeman is now stationed at Camp Dudley, Texas, and has been since his induction in July ... He finds army work "very interesting" ... He is an orthadentist in the Medical corps. His brother, 2nd Lt. David fleeman. enlisted in April, 1941, and is now stationed with the infantry in Camp O'dair. Oregon. David rose from the ranks from P. F. C. to second lieutenant after having served at Fort Benning for about one year ... He has also been appointed assistant commanding officer at his post. A graduate of Ida Fisher High School and the University of Florida, David was on the basketball and football teams of the former. L. Melvin Katz entered the navy last April as an ensign and is now stationed at Key West. Melvin is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, majored in chemistry ... He did post graduate work at the University of Florida ... He writes that he enjoys his duties at Key West. Captain Anson I. Dreisen enlisted in the army in September of 1940 ... At the time of his entrance into the Field Artillery he was commissioned as a second lieutenant However, he has since advanced to his present captaincy Captain Dreisen has served at Ft. Jackson and Ft. Bragg Recently he was transferred to Ft. Sill, Okla., where he is now stationed ... He is a graduate of the University of Florida Law School and before leaving Miami for the armed forces was the advisor for the A.Z.A. Sgt. Morris D. Goldberg, formerly of Miami, entered the service in April, 1941 ... He has been attached to the Medical Corps at Camp Davis. Lt. Col. Ben Axelrod. sr., is now serving as judge advocate officer at Camp Blanding Axelrod was a captain in the first World War. Lt. Seymour M. Brostoff received his commission on June 13, 1942 Lt. Brostoff entered the army as a private on June 9, 11941, and has risen from the ranks on merit He is attached to 1 the Armored Forces and took the 1 major part of his training at Fort Knox, Ky. He was made officer in charge of regimental schools, and also serves as a jurist on court martials. George J. Bloch entered the I navy in May of this year ... As a civilian, he was a chef on priI vate yachts and now he cooks for i the navy ... He spent two months training at Norfolk, Va., and is I now stationed at Key West. Melvin Bloomberg enlisted in | the navy in October, 1942 ... He | was immediately commissioned I as a second officer due to his j previous technical radio trainI ing He was previously sta' tioned in a camp in New York. However, he has not been heard from for a number of weeks Melvin attended the Roosevelt Technical School His father I served in the last war and was i wounded. David Bloomberg (Melvin's brother) enlisted in the Army Signal Corps soon after Pearl Harbor His proficiency in drilling prompted his appointment as a drill instructor at McDill, Florida David was of| fered a commission early in his i army career. However he re' fused the honor He would prei fer aerial machine gunnery as he I is a crack shot David was a student at the University of Florida. II. S. FLAG IS GIVEN TO HIGH COURT BY FUIIIIJ.OICES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ mercy. Through the entire proceedings, the public read, listened and waited with befitting calmness. How different from procedure in Nazi Germany! We know what treatment would have befallen Americans captured in Nazi Germany under similar circumstances. "In grateful appreciation of our American way of life, and particularly for our American Courts, one of the bulwarks of American democracy, we. representing the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, take great pleasure in presenting to you this American flag. May it always wave on high, the symbol of American unity, and an inspiration for the continuance of our high and noble ideals." In accepting the flag on behalf of the court. Chief Justice Brown traced its history, calling particular attention to the fact that he official emblem of our country was adopted even before these United States existed officially. He stressed the importance of our flag, emblematic of the very democracy which is now being tested by the greatest strife in the history of mankind. The Chief Justice said, in part: "It is indeed appropriate for me to accept this flag now when our boys are sweating and dying on the far flung battlelines for that very flag and the principles which it represents ... It is a fine patriotic gesture and in keeping with the American principles for which the B'nai B'rith order stands. This democracy and the flag, which is its symbol, extends equal rights to all within this land, regardless of creed or religious background. It says that we are Americans all. As it flics over the Supreme Court building, it will always emphasize to us. if indeed such emphasis were needed, the court's duty to administer fair and equal justice in a democracy." Following his remarks, the Chief Justice, upon motion of Justice Thomas, ordered the marshall officially to escort the B'nai B'rith delegation to the top of the building "so that these gentlemen who have come a long distance may have the pleasure of seeing this beautiful new flag floating in the breeze before they return to their respective homes." The need for a new flag first caught the attention of Mr. Heiman through an item in a local newspaper, indicating that the old flag was in tatters. The B'nai B'rith committee then arranged for the replacement, probably the first time in the many years of the Supreme Court that a flag has been presented by a fraternal organization. The ceremony also noteworthy in that it was one of the rare occasions on which the full court has been photographed. The justices usually avoid publicity of any kind, but out of deference to the B'nai B'rith delegation permitted themselves to be photographed during the presentation. Post Yom Kippur Dance Huge Success A good time was had by all. This was the concensus of opinion of everyone who was present last Monday night at the 11th annual Post Yom Kippur Dance of the "Y." Without any fanfare, without much publicity, just by word of mouth this affair was not only a huge social success, but a splendid financial success as well. Thanks are due to Al Berkowitz, chairman of the affair, who was assisted by Sol Levin and Mrs. Charles Greenstein, who did a splendid job as telephone committee. Room Registry List The office of the Y.M.H.A. has had several requests concerning rooms and board in this area. Mr. Grossman requests that all those having rooms for rent or are able to furnish board, please communicate with the "Y" office immediately and register. There is no charge for this service. First Aid Mrs. Essie Schaffer announces that classes in advanced first aid will commence Thursday night, October 8 at the "Y" auditorium. All interested must register beI fore that lime. Classes will bei gin at 8 o'clock. Children's Classes Mr. Grossman once more re| quests the parents who desire their children to take part in the I dancing and craft classes at the "Y" to register immediately. I This project is open to children 'of members only. If you are not a member, join so that your child 1 may partake in this wholesome %  recreation. ATTEMPTS TO STIR HATRED IN U. S. ARE UNSUCCESSFUL New York (WNS)— The attempts of the Axis propaganda machine to create racial and religious disunity among the American people have been unsuccessful, Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, president of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, declared in his annual report made pubblic this week. Dr. Clinchy noted, however that "the threat of prejudice and intolerance has not been destroyed." "The entrance of the United States into the war has not stopped the subversive elements preaching racial and religious hatred." he stressed. "It has simply obliged them to make their approach more subtle. "A systematic attempt is being made in this country by the Axis powers and their agents to cause division and dissension among religious groups. Their aim is not merely to turn Christians against Jews, but Protestants against Catholics, Catnolics against Protestants, and, it should be noted, some Protestants against other Protestants." He reported that a program of interfaith cooperation is proceeding in military camps thruout the coun*ry. The report noted also that interfaith cooperation has increased "under the pressure of an inescapable war need for integrated civic planning and activity." SWISS OPENS CAMP FOR REFUGEES FLEEING FRANCE RAPID ADVANCEMENT for High School Graduates Phone or Write for Bulletin No Obligation CHARRON WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 601 Postal Bldg. Ph. 3-4858 Miami, Forida The new Electronic Radioear just released offers new hearing brilliance, new styling, new beauty, new comfort, new service features. SEE and HEAR the entirely new and different RADIOEAR at our office. RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg.. Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100 Berne (WNS)—The Swiss government has completed plans to establish a camp near Geneva for the many Jewish refugees who fled to this country, by crossing .Lake Geneva on fishing boats. from France, it was disclosed this week. A first-hand account of the Vichy deportation of Jewish refugees to Nazi countries was published by the Tribune de Geneve which obtained its information from a Swiss citizen recently returned from unoccupied France. "In a small village." the returned Swiss said, "a local doctor pointed at the railroad station, to a number of cattle cars, and put his finger to his lips. The cars formed part of a trainload of Jews seize by the police. I could hear sobs as I read this inscription: 'Material for the Wehrmacht; whoever seeks to open this car will be shot.' "In Toulouse every one is talking of the pastoral letter issued by Mgr. Saliege. the courageous Archbishop. All my friends have four or five copies in their pockHULL AGAINST FRENCH DEPORTATIONS Washington (WNS)—The deportation of thousands of Jewish refugees to Nazi-occupied countries by the Vichy government was condemned in the strongest terms this week by Secretary of j State Cordell Hull, who stated at a press conference here that "the i details of the measures taken are so revolting and so fiendish in their nature that they defy ade'quate description." Mr. Hull's denunciation of the : Vichy anti-Jewish program was I made on the same day that the I round-up of Jewish refugees in I unoccupied France was scheduled j to be completed. Following tho [press conference, Mr. Hull called in Gaston Henry-Heye, the Vichy ambassador, and gave him the text of his statement. "I think today is the deadline, as it is called, in relation to another policy which itself is astonishing, and that relates to measures taken during recent weeks by the same (Vichy) governmental authorities against a large number of unfortunate people who sought to obtain refuge : in France, in accordance with its traditional hospitality." Mr. Hull declared. "Those policies include the delivery of those unhappy people to enemies who have announced, and in considerable measure executed, their intention to enslave, maltreat and eventually exterminate them under conditions of the most extreme cruelty." The Navy department rcquest' ed all naval stations and shore establishments to release from duty as many Jewish employees as could be spared without showing up production of important work on Yom Kippur. Ralph Bard, assistant secretary of the navy, who made the announcement, declared that "religious tolerance was American doctrine and asked employees excused from work to make up the lost time as soon as possible. ets, and they see to it that it is ^ circulated. "In country districts I witnessed clandestine meetings of republicans. I met true French! men who were sheltering in their %  homes hounded compatriots and whose names they did not even know because they traveled with [ false identity papers." j 1 J



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PAGE EIGHT vJewist ftcridliain FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER oc, FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. The views expressed by Mr. Boxerman are his own and do not necessarily represent the opinion of The Jewish Ploridlan. "The Jayhawk Nazi" Among those 28 indicted recently by Uncle Sam for subversive activities the name of Gerald B. Winrod, like Abou Ben Adam, leads all the rest. This "'jay-hawk Nazi."' whose periodic visits to a St. Petersburg tabernacle link his activities to the Florida scene, is charged with obstructing the war effort Winrod's magazine. "The Defender" is no stranger in these parts It is not surprising, therefore. that one of his associates. Harvey H. Springer of Englewood. Colorado, is mailing letters into this area seeking funds on Winrod's behalf. "Dear Christian Friend" Springer's letter, addressed to "Dear Christian Friend." discreetly makes no mention of the Jewish group, but by innuendo implies that those responsible for Winrod's conspiracy indictment are neither Christian leaders nor members of the Christian faith. The Springer-Winrod letter campaign attacks '"the pet spokesman of politicians, Walter Winchell,"' who it seems has had the temerity to call Winrod "one of the Americans that most Americans can do without." Hocus Pocus There is nothing original about Springer's appeal for funds Were it not for the signature it could easily be one of Coughlin's notorious letters of solicitation. There is the old familiar religious hocus pocus describing Winrod as the victim of a campaign "to crush Christian leaders" ending on this self sacrificing note: "I have given my prayers, I have given my substance ... I am writing two hundred thousand letters—A staff of 50 or 60 people are working every possible moment, before it is too late Will you help us bear the burden of the postage? ... It in itself, is tremendous ... We do not expect you to pay the full amount, but one dollar, five dollars, ten dollars or even twenty or fifty dollars from a number of friends will help preserve the Cause of Christ." If aiding this evangelistic opportunist, who once called the Catholic church "the harlot of the Bible" and the Jews "Christ-killers" is preserving the cause of Christ, then someone had better start reading the New Testament and the things for which Jesus stood! For Business Reasons "For business reasons only" That is the explanation given by the owner of a private school in Miami for not wanting Jewish children Technically, such an institution has the right to select whatever clientele it pleases and Jews should have sufficient self-respect not to attempt forcing themselves in At the same time isn't it particularly ironical when a school, the very product of a democratic society that is supposed to tench the precepts of democracy, cannot itself practice a little bit of what it pretends to preach 0 Interesting, too. is that fact that the proprietor of the school is the sister of an outstanding personality known as a liberal, and associated with a house of worship that prides itself upon being progressive in its outlook But then we suppose that not all members of a family can inherit the same liberal tradition and the man cannot be blamed for what his sister does—'"for business reasons only." of course. A Corker That certainly was a corking editorial the Miami Daily News carried last week on "The Case of Blanchard" .. Memories of the White Front, formed by Blanchard in 1938 to distribute anti-Semitic propaganda and to spread the virus of hatred, still linger in certain Miami circles. Blanchard is now a candidate for officer training in the U. S. Army and the News very properly raises this question: "Do we want such people in charge of our men in camp and on the battlefields, or do we not?" The answer obviously is the latter ... It will profit us little to defeat Naziism abroad and permit peanut Hitlers to institute here their CATHOLIC LEADER IS ARRESTED AS A for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In ILVUE FEDERAL P MIAMI A SAVINGS INSTITUTION Which has never paid less than 3% on insured savings. RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON. President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Cordell Hull who a few days earlier had condemned the Vichy surrender of Jewish refugees to the Nazis as "revolting" and "fiendish." Laval's declaration was believed to have been directed against Pope Pius XII who has been an outspoken critic of the Vichy anti-Jewish policies. That the mounting protests from abroad and inside France itself were having some effect was seen in the admission by Laval that he had obtained a promise from Nazi authorities in Paris to cease separating Jewish children from their parents during the deportations. "Children no longer will be separated from their parents, so whole families will go back where they came from," Laval said. At the same time Laval unloosed an organized propaganda barrage against the Jews for the avowed purpose of showing that the "Jews are responsible for the defeat of France." The Vichy radio launched the anti-Jewish campaign with this announcement: "At a time when France is weak and disorganized from war wounds, when the whole future of France and the world is uncertain, it is surprising to see Frenchmen excited about a few Jews. We do not deny that from a purely humanitarian standpoint some Jews are to be pitied. From our national standpoint, however, the Jews are responsible for our decadence and defeat." Meanwhile, the Vatican is continuing its protest against the expulsion of Jewish refugees. The Vatican City radio, condemning the Vichy persecution of Jews, pledged to "do everything in our power to help these unhappy people," and then added: "What right has one section of humanity, after 20 centuries of Christianity, to tamper with the freedom of the children of God?" own particular brand American fascism. Gut Shabbos^ of native REAL ESTATE HOMES. MIAMI BEACH WAR AND REAL ESTATE NEW BUILDING has stopped here for the duration. You and I know there will be a shortage of houses. Now is the time to choose a desirable home. TODAY I am selling more homes than ever before because war conditions and readjustments in Miami Beach compelled a number of owners to sell. My advertisements of these exclusive listings enabled a good many homeseekers, especially local business people, to secure homes they wanted at prices way below their true value. NEW EXCLUSIVE listings, are coming into my office daily, many of them at prices that probably will never be duplicated again. MY ADVICE is BUY NOW in the safest investment for today and for the peace time years to come. It's SAFE PROFITABLE and PATRIOTIC to own your own home. BUY WAR BONDS FOR PKACE BUY A HOME FOR HAPPINESS. B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor "TRUSTWORTHY SERVICE" 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868 •VICTORY BUY UNITED STATES WAR BONDS AND STAMPS PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative A. Kerman has gone to New, I. Rottman, 708 S. Rosemary, York on a combined business and arrived here last week to spend I pleasure trip. the holidays. Samuel Cohen, Monterey Hotel, has returned following a several months' vacation in New York State. Mrs. Margaret Lucree of Savannah, Ga. is visiting her brother and sister-in-law, Sgt. and Mrs. Clifford A. Ricks. 221 Bethseda Terrace. T. S. Myers left for New York where he will spend several weeks. Miss Rosalyn Gruner accompanied her father, O. P. Gruner to New York recently. From •.here she entered Groucher College, Baltimore to resume her studies. Yom Kippur services were held last week at Congregation Beth El, with Rabbi Manuel Greenstein in charge. He was assisted by Cantor S. Levenson and J. Glasser. Dr. Carl Herman was in charge of services at Temple Beth Israel, Reform Congregation, assisted by Jack Barash who blew Shofar. Memorial services were held Sunday morning at the Jewish section of Woodlawn Cemetery, with Dr. Carl N. Herman in charge. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein officiated at services that afternoon. Semi-monthly card paty of Beth Israel Sisterhood was held Thursday night at Schwartzberg Hall. Mrs. Carl N. Herman and Mrs. Bernstein were hostesses. Ben Wolfson has presented a plaque to Cong. Beth El on which members of the congregation will be inscribed. AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Ph. 8121 West Palm Beach. Florida For the Best in Dairy Products ALFAI CREAMERY CO WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM— ICE CREW SOUTHERN DAIRIES th FO\ .-. Serving Palm Beach County, featuring t \& J ^ *ra vC Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro•

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PAGE FOUR vjmisti ncridian g2v^mnagj PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 25. 1942 TISHRI 14, 5703 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 39 Willkie In Palestine Jerusalem had an important American visitor during the High Holy Days. It was none other than Wendell Willkie. According to reports Mr. Willkie spent a busy time there, visiting not only the Wailing Wall of the Temple, but conferring with Moishe Shertok, of the Jewish Agency, Henrietta Szold and Dr. Magnes of the Hebrew University. He also conferred with Arab leaders in the Near East. Mr. Willkie has a reputation for competence as well as for fairness and this added to the fact that he is a man whose word commands respect in the councils of the United Nations, will give weight to his conclusions about the Palestine situation. Zionists have sometimes bemoaned the fact that during this war, they have no leader comparable to Justice Brandeis, representing their point of view, but they may find some compensation in that fact that in the last war, they had no non-Jewish leaders of the stature of Willkie making personal visits to Palestine. President Roosevelt's son, it will be recalled, not so long ago, also paid a visit to the Jewish colonies in Palestine. The presence of a contingent of American troops is another noteworthy factor in the present situation. The reports this week indicated that American troops stationed in Palestine were given a reception at a Jewish colony near Nahalal. All of this sums up in the fact that the Jewish situation and relationship with Palestine is something more real in the world's mind today than it was in the last war. Zionists may conceivably use this to their advantage, when the day of decision arrives. "Liberty is more than a matter of political rights, indispensable as those rights are. In our own country, we have learned from bitter experience that to be truly free, men must have, as well, economic freedom and economic security -the assurance for all alike of an opportunity to work as free men in the company of free men; to obtain through work the material and spiritual means of life; to advance through the exercise of ability, initiative and enterprise; to make provision against the hazards of human existence. We know that this is true of mankind everywhere. We know that in all countries there has been—and there will be increasingly in the future demand for a forward movement of social justice. Each of us must be resolved that, once the war is won, this demand shall be met as speedily and as fully as possible. "All these advances—in political freedom, in economic betterment, in social justice, in spiritual values—can be achieved by each'nation primarily through its own work and effort, mainly through its own wise policies and actions. They can be made oniy where there is acceptance and cultivation of the concepts and the spirit of human rights and human freedom. It is impossible for any nation or group of nations to presribe the methods or provide the means by which any other nation can accomplish or maintain its own political and economic independence, be strong, prosper, and attain high spiritual goals. It is possible, however, for all nations to give and receive help. "That which nations can and must do toward helping one another is to take, by cooperative action, steps for the elimination of impediments and obstructions which prevent the full use of each—for the welfare of its people— of the energy and resources which are at its command. And the nations can and must, again by cooperative action under common agreement, create such facilities as will enable each to increase the effectiveness of its own national affairs."—Cordell Hull, Secretary of State. This Crucial Year It is fitting that the New Year brings rededication on the part of American Jewry to the Four Freedoms. For this year will probably determine when our way of life will prevail again in a world of peace. That this particular significance of the Holy Days was recognized by American Jewry was apparent in the Messages and resolutions which marked their observance. Among the most explicit and representative of these was Maurice Wertheim's special message to American Jews. In it Mr. Wertheim, president of the American Jewish Committee, declared: "The opening of the Jewish New Year comes amid the grimmest and most fateful conflict in human history. A particular significance is added this year to the Holy Days. For by the time the new year has run its course, it will probably have been determined, for nations as well as for individuals, when liberty and peace are to prevail again. To achieve a free world, our New Year's devotions should nerve us to endure and persevere with undismayed heart through disasters and suffering." Mr. Wertheim added that "upon us Jews, in particular, therefore, lies the imperative obligation to help carry the present struggle to a successful and early conclusion. To that aim, all energies and all resources must be devoted." In appreciation of this singleness of aim which must unite American Jewry in this new and crucial year, we can only echo Mr. Wertheim's conclusion that "no one who knows the love of American Jews for their country, the United States of America, can doubt for a single instant that they will throw their all into the fight to preserve the freedom of America and the entire world." "Several thousand civilian refugees from Poland, mostly wives and children of our fighting men, continue to enjoy British and Jewish hospitality in Palestine. Polish schools have been opened there, centers of Polish culture have been formed. Polish daily and weekly papers are being published. Thus, destiny is once again forging and strengthening the ties of sympathy and friendship between the Polish and the Jewish people, and a closer mutual understanding, a greater mutual esteem and a deeper cultural unity are being estabhshed. They are the most solid foundations for sound and friendly collaboration in a future free and peaceful world."—Jan Ciechanowski, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Government of Poland to the United States. "I am one of the many Englishmen who have been critical of British policy in Pales tine as of British policy in other parts of the world. Indeed, the failures in Palestine have been at bottom part of that larger failure of most of the nations of Christendom, a failure which has brought us to our present pass We have given that failure, or error, various whaf !" R la ,e r a ?f ,ea,ement Zionism, wha not. But it all stems from this fundamenta error: The strange notion that we have no national interest in defending others when they become the victims of evil violence or aggression; the notion that civilization as a body has no common interest in defending the rights of its constituent members, in defendina STA^SW* 1 T J ght n0t ,0 be des^yea 3 he Right to Life."-Sir Norman Angell. Dis SSFSL ECOn0miS '' Kinner of S Now Have you joined the 10 per cent club yet' lTnJ in u bu y in 9 wa bonds and stamps will aid our boys in the lines who are HE their blood for democracy. yiving TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE• By PHINEAS I. BIRONYOU SHOULD KNOW Otto Strasser, who proclaims himself as HitW' No. 1. is the head of a Free German movement o 5? from Canada Strasser's idea of the post-Hitler C "^ are illuminating ... He rejects Hitler's method d& with the Jews, but accepts the Fuehrer's fundamental P In Strasser's "Free Germany" Jews will not be pe • ^ acguire German citizenship and will not be allowedtif* 1 to non-Jews ... Mr. Strasser's Free German movemJ. ? to us a thing to watch ... We hope you won't Z^ Lipsky's inspiring article, "The Unnamed Ally 0 f than Nations." in the September issue of the Free World v flaming incident of old school diplomacy OH*LU Eleanor Roosevelt, who played a decisive part in cm to for the transfer to these shores of thousands of refWS? ren from France, to be announced very shortly v mZ glad to know that Jewish refugees from Naziland whoh found new homes in England have repaid their hosts hv ting up 300 factories turning out such vital war sumliM glycerine, optical glass, electrical eguipment and diamond and cutting tools. mm THE JEWISH FRONT "I am 100 per cent in accord with the principles ol vnur organization and sincerely trust that you will be 4 through the hard work and good organization you are puttina into this fight, to bring about the speedy accomplishments your objectives This, dear readers, is a quotation from a letter by Donald M. Nelson. Chairman of the War Produc tion Board, to Pierre van Paassen, Chairman of the Commit tee for a Jewish Army ... Dr. Chaim Weizmann is fully re covered after a few weeks in the hospital—but will have to go easy on cigarettes Albert Einstein will be honored at a banguet tendered by the Jewish Council of the Russian War Relief on October 25th ... It will be the only Einstein dinner this season Meyer W. Weisgal, in a review of the Jewish year, says: "Only one personality in American Zionism possesses all the necessary gualifications for vigorous leadership ... His name is Abba Hillel Silver" Judge Louis Levinthal will be reelected President of the Zionist organization of America at its annual convention next month, by acclamation. READERS' GUIDE The Summer Issue of The Menorah Journal is a treasure trove indeed ... Be sure you don't miss Louis Goldberg's article "The Song of Songs," and Werner J. Gahnman's ''Stefan Zweig in Salzburg" Two jewels Bill Gropper is doing caricatures for a collection of some Congressiond isolationists' pre-Pearl Harbor spoutings, assembled by Rex Stout for a volume to be called "The Illustrious Dunderheads" Joseph Freeman, whose "An American Testament" was a best seller some seasons ago, has just finished a long novel dealing with the world crisis and titled "Aimed With This Hope" Your high school youngster will find it hard to believe, but the fact remains that it is because ol popular demand that Yeshiva College's Scripta Mathematica had just put out a second edition of Robert E. Moritz's pamphlet "On the Beauty of Geometrical Forms" Just out, too, is another Scripta pamphlet entitled "Cavalieri, Limits and Discarded Infinitesimals," by Carl B. Boyer Turning to another kind of problem, we want to tell you that Zelda Popkia wife of publicist Louis Popkin, has come out with another of her whodunits, a skillfully spun yam called "No Crime for a Lady." STAGE AND SCREEN Charlie Chaplin's next screen appearance, they now say, will be in "The Shadow and the Substance," in which you will presumably see him in ecclesiastical garb He'll produce and direct the picture, too, of course—and there's some talk to the effect that the leading feminine role will go io Paulette Goddard, the ex-Mrs. Chaplin Attention, la* school seniors: ASCAP has established a prize, in memory of the late theatrical attorney Nathan Burkan, to be awarded for work on a phase of the copyright law When "Mission to Moscow" is finally filmed the part of Maxim Litvinoff will probably be played by Martin Gabel. the actor-producerThe Jane Manner Studio of Speech and Drama has launched a weekly program on great Americans in its Freedom Forum. which meets at Steinway Hall on Thursday evenings, and repeats these programs in various localities in the metropolitan district The Bluebird Record people are right in the groove with their new disc of "Der Fuehrer's Face." from *< forthcoming Walt Disney film. "Nuttsey Land" ... One or the funniest songs of recent years, it pushes a solid razzberry right into Hitler's puss. ABOUT PEOPLE You've heard a lot about the famous art collection of screen star Edward G. Robinson, and now you'll have a chance to see some of it on the screen With studios being prohibited from buying luxurious trappings for film sets. Robinson is helping out his friend Charles Boyer by lending him the pictures, for free, for the film. "Flesh and FantasyDid you know that Loren Maazol, the youngster who conducted the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra the Lewisohn Stadium this summer, owes much of his success to advertising tycoon Albert Lasker? ... It was Lasker, wn together with Doris Duke, provided a fund for the boy %  enable him to study his music seriously without having %  (CONTINUED ON PAQE 7)



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1IDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1942 fJenisfi fhridHart PAGE SEVEN r a L ENTERS 5TH YEAR i! ( Hebrew Medical Journal. Ihich is dedicated to the adI : iiTit of Hebrew Medical literature, is now entering its fifIc.nth year of successful publication under the editorship of kf Moses Einhorn of New York. nth the passing of the years | B n fe Haivri has maintained a Ugh standard of service to the %  radical profession and has gained {he friendship and the attention y doctors and of laymen throughout the world. War, the great tragedy which |s today depriving humanity of I that it valued and chcrhhed, has curtailed the publicalioti of Hebrew literature in PalIstine and in the Diaspora, so lhai Harofe Haivri is the one medical journal to rcInain in existence. The history the Journal is one of contin...1 growth and expansion, and vith the ever increasing responsibilities and requirements which ire made upon it, the editors believe "that Harofe Haivri will ontinue to grow and to record material of permanent interest heal men everywhere. The current issue illustrates, we believe, our sincere determination i carry on in this period of stress and to render, in so far as we are ible, that same service which has me traditional with our publication." It has been customary for The v Medical Journal to concentrate, in each issue, on one problem closely related to the Jewish people. The last issue ontained a symposium on diaictes which attracted such wide attention and so many letters k-oicing warm approval, that an /'encore" for the current issue has Ibeen prepared. The Harofe Haivri has no counterpart. The diversity and profusion of its material, the promlinence of its contributors, and Ithe high intrinsic value of each %  of its articles, all combine to I make this an exceptionally fine [journal. Its contents, moreover, Ian available to every reader, [whether or not he knows Hebrew, I for there is a special section consuming English versions of all the I original articles. Those who desire information [of any sort should communicate [with The Hebrew Medical Jour[nal, !)33 Park Avenue, New York City. KEEP 'EM FLYING—By buying Defense Stamps and Bonds. NEW RADIOEAR We think you'll find it the kind of hearing you've dreamed about. Made by one of America's Pioneer Manufacturers of Vacuum Tube Hearing Aids. Call for free booklet and hearing proof! RADIO EAR OF AMERICA 209 Congress Bldg., Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100 The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. Suite 309 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry Jewish Heroes of the Year! Some Have Given Their Lives, Others Are Still in Action, But All Have Won Glory as Democracy 9 s Defenders Sergeant Meyer Levin Distinguished Flying Cross 'Colin Kelly's Bombardier" %  % %  — Lieutenant Morris N. Friedman Distinguished Flying Cross, Silver Star "Bravery in the PhilUpines" r~"7?' ^^^^rmm. Sergeant Lester Kramer Distinguished Flying Cross "Flight to Manila" Private Leonard York receives congratulations from Brig. Gen. Julius Oclis Adler, left, assistanl commander of 6th motorized division. Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., who presented him with the Purple Heart Medal for downing a Jap plane with a machine gun. York was wounded in the action. Al the right is Lt. Col. B. W Broedlow, 20th infantry regiment. Commander Solomon S. Isquith Navy Cross "Saued Crew of USS Utah" Ensign Stanley Caplan Commendation from Knox "Downed Four Jap Planes" Lieutenant Henry Mark Distinguished Service Crow "Met Death in a Rice Field" These are some of the men historians will remember when the final story of the conflict is written. They are the American fighters of Jewish faitli who sunk battleships and submarines, fought the enemy in the skies, held out heroic ally at Bataan and on Corregidor. For Lieutenant Henry Mark and Private Louis Schleifer, the fighting is done. They were killed in the early days of the war—Mark while rushing across an open rice field with a load of hand gren ades intended for an enemy machine-gun nest, and Schleifer while attempting to wheel a plane into a hanger during the attack on Hickam Field, Hawaii. But while there are 8oldiers like Levin to hammer Jap battlewagons from the heavens, and sailors like Caplan to fight them on the seas, Mark and Schleifer will not have died in vain. These are only nine. There are many others. Fighters like Sergeant Mitchell Cohen, who earned the Order of the Purple Heart for bravery under fire; Radioman David Goodman, winner of the Oak Leaf Cluster for his part in the mosquito-boat escape of General MacArthur from Corregidor to Australia; Ensign Ira Jeffrey, who gave his life while maintaining, by hand, an ammunition supply to the antiaircraft guns of the USS California. The roll of honor is long. American fighting men of Jewish faith are piling up a record of heroic service, some receiving distinguished service awards for bravery, under fire, others losing their live* in action—all fighting staunWily in the service of their country. (Butd on recorrfi mi noi mbmiiud S Ikt /Voiioiol ftafc* *>l/ara Board) j ow Y f' %  T. n Lieutenant Gabriel Frunikin "Downed Five Jap Planes" Private Louii Schleifer Silier Star Tried '<> Sui e Plane" STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON take time out to make Stella i Adler his Mrs. Incidentally. j Stella's brother, Luther Adler, | who spent the summer growing a luxuriant crop of facial foliage (CONTINUED FROM PACE 4) make undignified appearances for the sake of the family exchequer ... If you're interested in the private life of Clifford Odets, watch out for excerpts from his diary, which are to be published in the Atlantic Monthly Alex Cohen, the young man who invaded the Broadway production field with such considerable success last year, will soon be marching off to the wars ... In the meanwhile Hollywood is preparing to bring out "Angel Street," the big Cohen hit of last season, with Melvyn Douglas as the male lead Another, and bigger, producer who will be retiring from Broadway publicity to the life of an Army private before winter comes is Herman Shumlin. who recently deserted New York's stage to take care of the Hollywood filming of "Watch on the Rhine" Also Armybound is Harold Clurman. of the Group Theatre and Hollywood, though they do say that before he dons the khaki hell T


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UDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1942 *Jenist fhoridian PAGE FIVE With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEHTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi ir>36 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4781 Miami Beach Schedule of Services 'Daily at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.; iKubbolos Shabbos Friday at 6:30 |p m., Saturdays at 9 a. m. and 1630 p. m., Sundays at 8:30 a. m. Succot Services Friday, Sept. 25th at 7 p. m. ISaturday, Sept. 26th at 9 a. m. Isermon at 10:30 a. m. on the sub[ject of "The Strength of the I Weak." The congregation proIvides an Esrog and Lulav and all [are welcome to make the blessling over it at the services. (Through the courtesy of the Sisterhood, Kiddush refreshments will be served in our beautiful Suka to all present at the conelusion of the services throughout the holiday. Saturday, Sept. 26th at 7 p. m. Sunday. Sept. 27th, at 9 a. m. I Sermon topic, "The Long and Short." Friday, October 2nd, Hoshana Rabba Services at 9 a. m. Hoshonos, a bunch of willow twigs, will be provided for all attending these services. Friday, October 2nd at 7 p. m. Saturday, Qctober 3rd, Shmini Atzeret. Services at 9 a. m. Yizkor, Memorial Services at 10:30 a. m. Sermon topic, "The Dead Guests at the Celebration." Simchat Torah Celebration Saturday, October 3rd at 7 p. m. Through the courtesy of the Sis(CONTINUED ON PAGE •) CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 13.1 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Residence Phone, 2-2178 Mrs. Louis Margulles, Reporting MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. MIAMI, FLORIDA 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265 Miami Beach RAURI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaUorce Drive, Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 Rabhl Zwitman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to say. each matter will be held In strict confidence. Festival of Tabernacles First day of Sukos services. Friday evening. Sept. 25th, 8:15 p. m. Saturday morning, Sept. 26th. 11:00 a. m. At the Friday evening service Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "The Completion ol a Cycle." Closing Eve of the Festival and Torah service, Friday evening, October 2nd. 8:15 p. m. Annual eombined Sukos service and Reloicing with the Law. Officers and members of the congregation will participate in the Torah procession. Closing day of Sukos and Memorial service, Saturday morning. Oct. 3 at 11:00 a. m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on the subject, "A Booth in the Wilderness." Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin announce the bar mitzvah of their son Alan, to be held at the Temple Israel services, Saturday, Oct. 3rd at 11:00 a. m. A reception in honor of the bar mitzvah will be tendered by his parents after the services. Appreciation Most sincere expression of appreciation for enhancing the dignity of the High Holy Day services is due to the following committees: To the committee on seating arrangements for their efficient and loyal handling of arrangements for attendance at services, consisting of Leonard Epstein, chairman; Isaac Levin, "arry Nevins. Sam Zinkow, Herbert A. Simon, Harry V. Simons, Adoipn (CONTINUED ON PAGE 61 Permanent Calendar Daily services 7:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; late Friday evening services, 8:15 p. m.; Sabbath services, 8:30 a. m.; Junior services. Saturday 10:30 a. m.; Sh'losh S'udos, Saturday 6:45 p. m.; Hebrew School, daily 4 to 7 p. m.; Bar Mitzvah group, Sunday 8:30 a. m.; Sunday School 10:30 a. m. Succos Observance Services for the festival of Tabernacles will be ushered in Friday evening at 7:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Chaskell Hollander will officiate. Immediately after the services, the worshipers will be the guests of the Sisterhood, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Hyman Sootin and her committee, in our unique permanent Succo adjoining the synagogue. Under the direction of Samuel Dickson, one of the largest and most beautiful Succos in the United States has been erected. The central theme for discussion Friday evening and Saturday and Sunday mornings both in English and Yiddish will be "Slaves Today!" and "Free Men Tomorrow." Special Junior Services in Succo Parents are urged to bring their children to Junior services. There will be special Junior services of all Hebrew School and Sunday School students in the Succo Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The faculty of our institution will be present to greet the children. Refreshments will be served. An Urgent Request Registration at Hebrew School must be completed as soon as possible. In keeping with National observance of Hebrew registration week, we ask parents to bring their children for final enrollment during the week of Succos. Register your child in one of the several schools of the Associated Hebrew Schools of Greater Miami. Faculty Meeting The faculty of Beth David Sunday School met this past week and outlined plans for the coming season. Our institution this year will continue its policy of utilizing the service of Jewish teachers who are at present teaching in the Dade County school system. Further details will be announced. Sisterhood The Beth David Sisterhood held its first meeting last Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Harry Oliphant presiding. A harmonious spirit was manifested at this well attended meeting, with every one present showing her devotion. Rabbi Max Shapiro greeted the members with a few words of welcome. CONGREGATION SCHAAREI ZEDEK (Gates of Justice) 1545 S. W. Third Street Miami, Florida BETH SHOLOM CENTER 7G1 41-st Street MIAMI BEACH Phone j-9793 S. M. UACHTBL Rabbi 1450 S. W. 17th Terrace. Miami Phone 2-2179 Service Schedule Daily Minyon, 8:00 a. m.; Mincha. 7:00 p. m.; Maariv, 7:15 p. m,; Saturday, 9:00 a. m. Services We take this opportunity to thank all of the members who assisted us in making our Holiday services the success that was truly complete. The religious services were excellent and the response to our appeal made following an address by E. Albert Pallot at Kol Nidre, was gratifying. Succos services will start Friday evening with Mincha at 6:30 to be followed by Maariv. Saturday and Sunday services will start at 9 a. m. with evening services at 6:30. Bar Mitzvah The bar mitzvah of Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bluth, will take place Saturday morning. Rubin will recite the Haftorah and address the worshippers. Pledges A committee will be at the Congregation, during this coming week, every morning from 8 I to 9:30 o'clock and every evening from 6 to 8 o'clock for the collection of monies pledged to the synagogue. The contributors are asked to please make every effort to fulfill their obligations made and pay their pledges, due. donations and for the purchases of Aliyos. Sisterhood Mrs. George Chertkof addressed the Holiday services on Yom Kippur on behalf of the newly organized Ladies Auxiliary. In a plea for members about 50 women signified their intention to join and take part in the work. A meeting will be held this Monday afternoon in the synagogue at 2:30 p. m. All ladies are invited and urged to attend. We wish this new group every success and assure them of the wholehearted cooperation of the Congregation. Regular Meeting At a meeting of our general membership held last week our new charter was approved and the new regulations are being put into effect as quickly as possible. The nomination of officers will take place Tuesday. October 6, and election on October 20. Leon Kaplan. E. Albert Pallot and John C. Temple were the delegates appointed to the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association as our new representatives. Services A minyan meets at the synagogue for services three times daily and all worshippers are invited to participate. All of our members as well as others who wsih to observe Yahrzeit and other religious observances are welcome to use our facilities. Shachris at 8 and Mincha at 6:45. The High Holiday services will continue with the observance of Succos starting Friday evening at 6:30 and Saturday and Sunday mornings at 9. Evening services for both days will start at 6 p. m. Yom Kippur services, starting with Kol Nidre last Sunday evening saw a generous, response to the appeal made for a Talmud Torah and likewise Monday for the Ladies Auxiliary. Maurice Grossman addressed the worshipers, as did Mrs. Ida Buckstein. A. Pepper, president, introduced the speakers. The services conducted by Cantor Moses Teitlebaum were splendidly received. Succos Party The Ladies Auxiliary, under the chairmanship of Mrs. William Clein, will give a party for the children of the Talmud Torah and Sunday School, this Sunday afternoon at the synagogue, at 2 o'clock. Parents are urged to bring their children, even though not registered, to partake in this joyous occasion and to enable them to learn more about the Festival. A Simchas Torah party will be given for the adults next week. Registration Registration of pupils for the Talmud Torah and Sunday School has been in progress for the past week. This registration will continue and a committee for that purpose will be at the synagogue all day Monday, September 28 from 9 to 5 p. m. A teacher has been selected and will arrive in the city this coming week. We are taking part in the Associated Hebrew Talmud Torah project now in formation and will use a uniform standard curncuia. Regular Services Daily services are held at Beth Sholom Center at 9 a. m. and 7 p. m. Residents of the area served by the Center will find their Kaddish and Yahrzeit needs satisfied by these services. Succoth Services Succoth, the Feast of Tabernacles, will be ushered in at sundown today, in the traditional Succoth service. Kiddush will be chanted in the Beth Sholom Succah. Tomorrow, there will be Succoth services at 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Tomorrow morning Rabbi Machtei will preach on "Sun and Shade." During the services for the second day of Succoth, on Sunday morning. Rabbi Machtei's sermon subject will be "The Season of Our Rejoicing." Religious School Enrollments for the Beth Sholom Sunday School and the Talmud Torah are still being accepted at the Center. Classes in the Talmud Torah will begin on Monday, October 5; in the Sunday School on Sunday. October 11. The pupils of the Talmud Torah and of the Sunday School will (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 621 Lennox Ave., Phone 5-7133 TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue Ft. Lauderdale, Florida RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON Telephone 1418 705 S. K. 9th Street YESHIYA EDUCATIONAL CENTER Sukkoth and Sabbath services Friday. 8 p.m. Religious School, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood sewing for the Red Cross, British War Relief Society and Bundles for America, Tuesday, 12:30 to 5 p. m. PALMEK Funoral lhapel 2001 W. FlAGLfB: ST. A ^. U L A C N E" 9-2664 New plans are now being formulated for the Yeshiva Educational Center located at 846 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. These plans will conform to standards of Yeshivas throughout the country in conjunction with the National Yeshiva Association. Intense efforts will be made by the officers of the institution to provide the finest instructors possible. A representative of the organization is in the North at present negotiating. The institution will cooperate with the Associated Talmud Torah system, newly organized here. They will start with two grades, kindergarten and first. Arrangements have also been made with one of the private schools of Miami Beach for fully qualified English instructors as a parochial system will be used. The CONGREGATION SHAARAY TEFILA 440 Espanola Way Miami Beach Sukos services of Congregation Shaaray Tefila, temporarily located at 440 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, are scheduled for Friday at 6:30 p. m.: Saturday at 9 a. m. and 5:30 p. m., and Sunday at 9 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will conduct the services and will speak at the Saturday morning services on the subject, "Tabernacles," and during the Sunday morning services on "Lulov of Palms." child will spend the entire day at the Yeshiva and will receive his lunch there. Additional details of the reorganized effort will be announced soon. Services continue daily at the Yeshiva Educational Center and will include Succos services Saturday and Sunday. Rabbi J. Shulman of New Jersey will address the worshipers. Made From Fresh Oranges Succoss The holiday of Succoss begins this Friday night. Services will be held at 7 p. m. Friday and Saturday evenings; at 9 a. m. Saturday and Sunday mornings. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach Saturday morning on "Protection of Judaism." His sermon topic Sunday morning will be "The Flower of Judaism." Cantor Mamches will chant the services. Succah Our synagogue succah will be open throughout the holiday for all who wish to visit or spend time in it. Refreshments will be served by the congregation after synagogue services to all worshippers, and to all Hebrew School students at each session. A committee of Sisterhood and Habanoth members assisted Mr. Feit in the decoration of the Succah Friday. Palestine Essrogim as well as Florida Essrogim have been purchased by the congregation for the use of our worshippers. They will be on hand at all services. Hebrew School Registration of new students continues each week day afternoon. Classes are held from 4 to 7 p. m. A complete five year course of Hebrew studies—the only one in Greater Miami—is offered to all children. Register your child this week. Sunday Sessions Registration of children for the Sunday morning sessions has already begun. Our first session will be held Sunday morning. October 11th at 10 a. m. Register your child in advance to avoid the opening daily registration rush. Thanks We wish to thank Mrs. F. Kalstein, chairman of our service men's hospitality committee who saw to it that every service man who prayed at our synagogue during the High Holidays was offered the hospitality of the homes of our members. She did a re(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GORDON FUNERAL HOME YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AVENUE PHONE 3-3431 WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION \ ;. I. aI



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PAGE TWO vJewisli fkrtdBton £RIDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, Social Personals Clubs Organization The Louis D. Brandeis Chapter of Young Judeu will sponsor an installation dance Sunday evening, September 27th. at 8 o'clock at tluBoth David Auditorium. Admission is 50c per couple. • • • The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will meet Wednesday. September 30 at 2 p. m. in the Beth Jacob Succa. The board of directors will meet at 1 p. m. prior to the general meeting. A program in keeping with the holidays will be presented. Everyone is welcome. • • • Miss Ruth Futerfas. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Futerfas. 1303 S. W. 16th Street, left Sunday for Tallahassee where she will attend Florida State College for Women. • • • The Greater Miami Chapter. Women's Division, of the American Jewish Congress, will hold its first meeting of the fall Monday. September 28. at 1:30 p. m. at the Elk's Lodge. 720 West Avenue. Miami Beach. A feature of the program will be Russian Folk songs, rendered by the Russian singer. Lola Sadorin. Members are urged to come and bring their friends. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sager annour.ee the birth of a daughter last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Sager has been active in Y. W. H. A. circles here. • • • Miss Ida Engler returned to Washington Tuesday after spending the holidays with her mother. Mrs. J. Engler. and sister Molly. She is connected with the government there. PALESTINE AND THE WAR tion of mail will |, P .„ ..^ boxes Located on SffljH oughfares. In the Ejections ia the hours a


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PAGE SIX vjewisfi FhrMian nfflMY. SEPTIM^ j MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER CONG. BETH ABRAHAM BETH SHOLOM CENTER TEMPLE ISRAEL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) ETH 'co, CONGREGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5; accompanied by songs dances. Simchot Torah Services, Su day, Oct. 4th at 9 a. m. "Aliyos," a Torah honor, will be accorded to every man and boy present at these services. Kiddush refrcshments will be served. Hebrew School The opening of the Hebrew School new term was celebrated on Monday. Sept. 14th. with an interesting program and refreshments served by Mrs. Ben Marbach and Mrs. Sara Bermun, representing the Sisterhood. The children had a marvelous time and all the boys and girls present were enrolled in the Hebrew School. ^ AH the Hebrew Schools in Greater Miami have now been organized as the Associated Talmud Torahs, with a uniform curriculum and grades class, s. Why deprive your boy and girl Of a Jtwish education. In these critj ical times it's the best insurance j against the tragedy of isolation I and friendlessness. Don't rob! your child of his Jewish associaj tions. Please register him or her' now. Classes are held four times weekly from 4 to 7 p. m. in one hour sessions for each class No I i ys will be accepted for Bar MitZVa training this year un'ess re g i s t e r e d immediately. Bar Mitzva is a responsibility tor which a boy must train and prepare and not a role to be played for one engagement to satisfy the vanity of the parents. Sunday School The Sunday School opens on October 11th. at 9:45 a. m. Sessions will be held regularly evnd J. Gerald Lewis ommif.ee. Holy Day usher their dignified and r spoctful maintenance of order Succos services will take place j Center congregation for the Hakat services: Louis Zeientz. chairn J Friday evening at 7 o'clock. The kafoth on Simchath Torah. an; Herbe morning services will start at 8:30 o'clock on Saturday and Sunday. Kiddush will follow in the Sueco. Rabbi Kagan will speak on the significance of the occasion. The rabbi may be reached for any information at his residence. 437 S. VV. 15th Ave., phone 9-2295. rt A. Simon, Frank A. A Happy New Year 1 Vrlman. Sam Katz. Henry Bulli the spirit of Hosh Hashonah bin, Harry Boyell. J. E. Freehpretation of Jewish history, ceremonies and customs. Boys and girls of 14 and over are eligible for the Confirmation Class. Teachers Wanted The Sunday School has several openings on its teaching stall. Every teacher is salaried and no volunteers are accepted. We expect regular, punctual attendance and well prepared lessons. College graduates are Please and Yum Kippur services at Beth Sholom Center is any indiIcation of what the worshippers may expect for the coming year, each man. woman and child win) attended the services is confident i\ a I appy New Year, ness. faith in God's love, goodno.-, optimism—these sentiments filled the hearts of the worshippers at Beth Sholom Center. Nor were they unmindful of the present plight of the world and of tiie responsibility resting upon each one to I uild for a better future. Rabbi S. M. Machtei preached in English during the holidays, excepting on Yom Kippur. after the .Mmchali service, when he ling. Stuart Gordi'.i. Jasper Cromer, Max Meiscl and Myron S. Zeientz, as well as the assisting junior ushers, Joe Gassheimcr, Freeman Nevins. Lewis Mcisel and Stephen Davis. HappiReligious School Begins Sunday, October 4th, at 10:00 A. M. Regular classes of the Temple (CONT.NocD^c^^ markable job exceptional,, Service Men' 3 *'l Our serv.ee nun's club i. every w „ ck d ( lub h, ^ vite your investigation i'*" how our service men are & every courtesy ;,„,. .,^N %  n making their stay Rr> munity a happy one. "aWe thank the Hebrew K,,and the Real Kosher &" Companies for the larr;* in this week's k.,she r — "^ for our "boys.'' sandwich Congratulations A hearty mazul tov to Mr ^ rs. Irving Muter, family ^ tends on the Kim, 7 & Israel Religious School will bei first—a boy M-.v th !" K lilM g:n on Sunday morning, Oct. 4! up L'Torah. L'Ch. in\ a "5, hm at 10:00 a. m. Parents are re-, im Tovim. ^ MU P aa U'Maai. quested to make every effort to' Wc ctm a rnlll i_, 1 ring their children and to coj c„"•["r, ,ate our Dr. 11 operate with neighbors by allevi-1 chatanansl?in ,'f V l m T t0 aing transportation problems, TSimh r* *** The dedicatory Youth Service W Tn ft w h H G Tl Ml 01 the Religious School was held for theTettermpm n V do !" on Mondav, the Day of Atone'„,•,," ,„ V.." m M '" J ?wh* nent. in the jay Temple. Pupils of ucation in our coinmunitv. %  e" acceptable.! delivered a Yiddish message to the"Religious Schooi~who~partic£ Sim <=has Torah Party the rabbi at arouse the older generation. puted in fie ritual and musical ,..„. ur J chl ] d r i n can Bel ready apply to once. I There was a generous response Honor Roll of Men in Service of' to ,,H rabbi's Yizkor appeal in Our Country I benall el the Talmud Torah. Through the generous donation 'Members ol the hoard have alfor a wc ol 610U.UU by Airs. Call Weinkle. the Center has obtained a beautiful chrome Honor Roil on which will be entered the name.of numbers and sons of members in the service of our country, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glosser have contributed MOU.OO for name inscriptions. Our most sincere thanks to these generous donors. We ask members and friends to let our office know at once the names i : those known to them in • rvice of our country. Our Executive Secretary Darnel M Broad, our newly /onderful time at the synagogue this Simchas Torah nirti' Thore will be flags and all sons of refreshments. We ask our children to bring their parents along with them—and vice vera. For the sake of the Torah Memorial floral offering the Day of Atonement was presented by Mrs. Frank A. Perlman. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the in Miami, Florida intensive and interesting intertne Vll 'V active secretary-treasurer ot the Miami Beach Apartment House Association. Mr. Broad invites ideas and .suggestions for the development and broadening of our Center activities. He is at the office daily from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. and by appointment at any time. Thanks The Center expresses its sincere and heartfelt thanks to all the members and triends who worshipped with us on the High Holy Days. Their help is most inspiring and encouraging. The R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertiliier Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS" SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds, Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 response to Dr. BensioWappeal I mentsTiernart Ordo^TJsu. sections of the service were: Sheila Lewis. David Lewis, Marji rie W< instein, Philip Weinst in. ; r.. Natalie Zinkow, Roseready interviewed applicants for ir >nd Rubin. Jules Pearlman, jr., the teaching position.) Stanley Roth. Miss Rita Hyman. Beth Sholom a Community Need Barnara Boyell. Alan Freeh ling, It Hi! re was any doubt in the Carol Steuer, Betty Joan Klein, „ mind ot even one Jew regarding Romessa Roscnthal. Martin ,'"„/; %  Hoffman, father of the need for a Synagog-Center to Karns, Marjory Wetstein. Lois Mr s ; J ? a R lan -. serve the area whose central N< vins, Sybil Cowen, Alan Westpomt is 41st street, on Miami ln soloist. Ann Engler Epstein. Beach, that doubt was dispelled violinist. Organ accompaniment during thi New Years period, '" r '-' lf service was played by All s^ats were filled on Rosh M>ss Marguerite Elsasser. Lasnonan, and even the extra Children of the Religious Stats provided for Yom Kippur School are extended a special roved inadequate. A number and most cordial invitation to at; armed forces the help they need. benches were borrowed irom tend the Torah Festival on Fri-ithe Junior Congregation, and day .veiling. Oct. 2nd at 815 were placed m the aisles. o'clock. There will be a youth with the Torah. In Memoriam services of each Friday ring the year, names departed, as well as tiie J. ws wno live within the Yahrzeits in our congregation area it serves. are read before the Kaddish. The Beth Sholom program of At the Friday evening services activities includes, in addition to of Sept. 25th and Oct 3rd the the synagogue and religious memory of the following will be school, adult classes, teen-age hallowed: group meetings, sisterhood activiRorontlv H.,„^^.„J. V ties and social gatherings, as well Wolf Bl om. daughter of Mr* a !" as patriotic participation in proMrs. Eugene Wolff, and sisTer of h mi ? en jy E Wolff; Louls B Ri'as. hum*husband of Mrs. Rose Rifas and r. r, brother of Hyland Rifas. God Give You Strength Yahrzeits: Bernhardt Miller, v%  i u Sm "r\ funcllonin 8 ol thc father of David P. Miller; Abramgh Holy Day services was due ham Bulbin. father of Henry Bui-' in large measure to the cooperabin; Herman Richter. uncle of J lion between the various departA. RirhterPKiii„ n.u^:.' SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT %  BTABI.WMf!) IN 131 ects to further the civilian defense and tront. the Goldstein. BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELEIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best was magnificent. Among the larger contributions are five hundred dollars each by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glosser. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. and Mr. Manny Zimmerman. Three hundred and fifty dollars by Mr. and Mrs. David Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin. One hundred and fifty dollars by Mr. and Mrs. K. Burns. Mr and Mrs. M. H. I nkel, Mr. and Mrs Nat Kan:: Mr, and Mrs. Leo Robinson, Mr and Mrs M. S. Rubin, and Mr. and Mrs, Joseph M. Rose A plete list ol all the donations will be published in forthcoming issue Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More IN FLORIDA OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS 37th Delicious Corned Be-f Pickled. 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