The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 11.-HUMBER 38.
Gsswm The Jewish Unity
MIAMI, FLORIDA. PRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
JEWISH LEADER
DIES IN CANADA
Montreal, (WNS)Samuel Jac-
obs, number one leader of Cana-
dian Jewry and the first Jew elect-
ed to the Canadian House of Com-
mons, died here at the age of 67.
One of the key figures in the Lib-
eral Party for more than a gener-
ation, he had been a member of
Parliament since 1917 for the Car-
tier (Montreal) division. In recent
years he had frequently been
mentioned for a place in the Sen-
ate and the Cabinet.
Born in Lancaster, Ontario, he
was graduated from McGill Uni-
versity in 1893. Prior to his elec-
tion to Parliament he was one of
the most eminent lawyers of Can-
ada. He was associated with the
iate William Travers Jerome, act-
ing for the Attorney-General of
New York, in seeking the return
to the United States of Harry K.
Thaw, who had escaped from an
asylum in New York in 1913.
An uncompromising ohampion
of Jewish rights, Jacobs was re-
sponsible for legislation in Quebec
Province to remove disabilities
against Jews in the schools and as
regards marriage. Jacobs was
president of the Canadian Jewish
Congress, in the creation of which
he was a prime factor; honorary
president of the Canadian Jewish
Immigrant Society; honorary vice-
president of the Jewish Publica-
tion Society of America; a direc-
tor of the Jewish Colonization As-
sociation; and a former president
of the Montreal Y. M. H. A. A
former treasurer of the Montreal
Bar Association, he was the repre-
sentative of Quebec Province on
the Council of the Canadian Bar
Association. In 1986 he was
awarded a medal by the late King
George V on the occasion of the
King's silver jubilee.
Jacobs was the author of "The
Railway Law of Canada" and a
leading authority on Federal law.
Prime Minister King declared Jac-
ob's death was "a distinct nation-
al loss," while Robert Manion,
leader of the Conservative Party,
said his passing "was a loss to
Canada as a whole."
League Mandates Commission
Analyzes Palestine Situation
VETERANS WILL
HAVE MONUMENT
DetroitA campaign to erect
the first monument in the United
States to American Jewish sol-
diers who laid down their lives in
the wars of the Republic, will be
launched at the 43rd Annual Nat-
ional Encampment of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United
States, to be held at Detroit, Mich-
September second to fifth, it was
announced this week by Samuel J.
Leve, General Convention Chair-
man.
The proposed monument is to
be erected at Gettysburg, Pa.,
scene of the Battle of Gettysburg
>n the Civil War, Mr. Leve said.
Geneva, (WNS Palcor Agency)
The Permanent Mandates Com-
mission of the League of Nations
headed by Pierre Orts of Belgium
this week made public its report
on its survey of the Palestine sit-
uation together with the minutes
of its sessions held in June in
which it stated that Great Britain
"still considers partition the best
and most hopeful solution." De-
claring that conditions revealed by
its investigations of developments
in Palestine caused it "the utmost
concern," the Mandates Commis-
sion expressed the hope that the
period before a final decision with
regard to the future of the coun-
try is made will be as short as pos-
sible, as all interests involved
must "suffer further from a con-
tinuation of the present state of
uncertainty." The report of the
Commission will be taken up by
the Council of the League of Na-
tions at its session on Friday, Sep-
tember 9th.
In its comment on the disturb-
ances the Commission's report
stated that the British represen-
tative described the situation as
equivalent to "a new **-**."'
The accredited representative of
the Mandatory Power admitted,
the report declared, "that events
during the past year produced a
transitional situation other than
the transitional period the Royal
Commission expected to elapse be-
tween the decisions it recommend-
ed and their practical application."
While the Royal Commission be-
lieved that during the period of
transition the present Mandate
would continue as the governing
instrument of the administration
of Palestine, the Mandates Com-
mission cannot "actually recognize
its aplication. The Mandate has
been partially suspended as events
have prevented some of the funda-
mental objects of the Mandate
from being carried out."
Great Britain was obliged to
prolong the period of limitation of
Jewish immigration to "a greater
extent than justified by the princi-
ple of absorptivity approved by
the Council of the League of Na-
tions." The situation also proved
less favorable for establishing self
governing institutions, the report
says.
The following is the text of the
Mandate's Commission report:
"The report on Palestine for
1937 submitted by the Mandatory
Power makes clear the fact that
the political situation has not
emerged from the deadlock as the
British representative character-
ized it one year ago. Throughout
the year public order in Palestine
was continually disturbed by at-
tacks, intimidation and sabotage
on the part of Arabs and on a few
occasions these acts provoked Jew-
ish reprisals. Violence increased
month by month and spread far-
ther across the country. More re-
cently, however, order appears to
have been established in Jerusa-
lem and the disturbances occur
TO HOLD EXAMS
Merit System Examinations un-
der the auspices of the State Wel-
fare Board will be held in Miami
on September 17th. Applications
for this examination must be filed
not later than September 1st in
the headquarters of the State We-1
fare Board, Roberts Building,
Jacksonville. These blanks may
be secured from the local Welfare
office at 31 Northeast First Street.
The office here will be glad to
answer any questions concerning
the examination, Mrs. Bernard Si-
mon, publicity chairman, states.
now mainly in the northern part of
the country.
"The chief concern of the Man-
datory Power is the restoration of
order which, of course, is its pri-
mary duty.. It has applied itself
to this task with a determination
for which every credit is due, al-
though its measure of success has
not been commensurate with the
effort it expended or the sacrifices
it made. The Mandatory Power's
accredited representative describ-
ed the situation as a state of war,
thus making clear the gravity of
the attacks upon authority and the
extent of the resources called into
play for overcoming it. He also
convinced the Mandate's Commis-
sion of the exceptional difficulties
of this task owing to the physical
position of the country and the
lack of cooperation on the part of
the Arabs either because of sym-
pathy with the insurgents or be-
cause they have been terrorized by
the threat of reprisals and also
owing to the fact that the insur-
rection has received help from the
outside.
"Measures for the restoration of
order constitute a heavy financial
burden which necessitates inter-
ference with ordinary administra-
tive activities. The accredited rep-
resentative admitted that the
year's events produced a transi-
tional situation other than the
transitional period the Royal Com-
mission expected to elapse between
the decisions it recommended and
their practical application. The
Royal Commission considered that
during that period the present
Mandate would continue as the
governing instrument for the ad-
ministration of Palestine. Actu-
ally, however, the Mandate Com-
mission cannot recognize its appli-
cation. The Mandate has now been
partially suspended as events have
prevented some of its essential ob-
jects from being pursued. Thus
the Mandatory Power felt obliged
to prolong the period for limiting
Jewish immigration to a greater
extent than justified by the prin-
ciple of absorptivity approved by
the Council of the League of Na-
tions. Similarly the situation has
(Continued en Page Six)
PRESIDENT HAILS
JEWISH SERVICE
Detroit, (WNS) American
Jews "have played a great and
commendable part in the defense
of Americanism during the World
War and prior wars, and have con-
tributed much toward the devel-
opment and preservation of the
glory and romance of our country
and our democratic form of gov-
ernment," President Roosevelt de-
clared in a message to the 43rd
national encampment of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
States which is to be held in De-
troit September second to fifth.
Addressed to Harry H. Schaffer,
national commander, and made
public here by Samuel J. Leve,
general convention chairman, the
President's message read as fol-
lows:
"It is with pleasure that I again
greet the members of the Jewish
War Veterans and all who partici-
pate in their 43rd national encamp-
ment. The American people need
no reminder of the service which
those of the Jewish faith have ren-
dered our nation. It has been a
service with honor and distinction.
History reveals that your people
have played a great and commend-
able part in the defense of Ameri-
canism during the World War and
prior wars, and have contributed
much in time of peace toward the
development and preservation of
the glory and romance of our
country and our democratic form
of government. On behalf of the
American people I commemorate
your loyal and commendable ser-
vice and wish for you a happy and
successful encampment."
ROOSEVELT WILL
T
Manila, P. I., (WNS)Instruc-
tions to admit 1,000 Austrian and
German Jews to the Philippine Is-
lands have been sent to American
High Commissioner Paul V. Mc-
Nutt by President Roosevelt. The
refugees will be selected by the
Hilfsverein der Juden in Deutsch-
land and the Hias-Ica-Emigration
Association.
Each immigrant must be a skil-
led worker and in possession of
260 pesos. The Jewish community
here has already taken steps to
absorb the refugees when they ar-
rive, having asked the government
to issue practice licenses to 20
Jewish doctors and 25 physicians'
assistants. Grants of land for ag-
ricultural immigrants will be ask-
ed for the refugees.
RIFT APPEARS IN
OIES COMMITTEE
Washington, D. C, (WNS)
The reported resignation and sub-
sequent denial of the report by
Representative Healey of Mass.,
from the Special House Commit-
tee Investigating Subversive Ac-
tivities because of the committee's
red-baiting policies and its fail-
ure to probe Nazi and Fascist ac-
tivities revealed a deep-seated
cleavage in the committee. Anoth-
er member of the committee is
reported to be preparing to resign
shortly. Coincidentally with Rep-
resentative Healejr's resignation,
the committee obtained from the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
its bulky files on the German-
American Bund. Accumulated
during the G-men's probe of the
Bund, the files are being studied
by the committee in executive ses-
sion with a view to making them
the basis of examination of a
number of key figures in the Nazi
movement in this country.
Meanwhile, whispered charges
that Homer I. Chaillaux, director
of the Americanism Commission
of the American Legion, had sup-
ported the Rev. Gerald Winrod,
Kansas anti-Semite who was de-
feated for the Republican Sena-
torial nomination in his state,
came into the open when Repre-
sentative Dies, chairman of the
investigating committee, question-
ed Chaillaux about the reports.
Chaillaux denied being a support-
er of Winrod but admitted uaing
some of the material contained in
Winrod's antirSemitic publication,
The Defender. Chaillaux also ac-
knowledged authorship of a friend-
ly letter he had written to Winrod,
in which the Legion official said
"I enjoyed reading the Defender
which you are sending me regular-
ly." Chaillaux's letter was wide-
ly exploited by Winrod during his
Senatorial campaign.
New York, (WNS)Charging
that the Dies Committee investi-
gating subversive activities hs-i
become "a red-baiting proposi-
tion," Representative Samuel Dick-
stein, chairman of the House Im-
migration Committee, issued a
statement attacking the Dies com-
mittee for its failure to expose
the existence of 31 Nazi camps,
to find out the object of subject-
ing memberj of the camps to an
oath of allegiance to a foreign
government, or to inquire into the
extensive propaganda flooding the
country from abroad.
TUNE IN SUNDAY
MORNING AT 9:6*
The Jewish Floridian will
again present another in ita
series of weekly broadcasts
this coming Sunday morning
orer Station WKAT (1600 k.
e.) at 9:00 o'clock. It's full
of interesting news and com-
ments and music.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, AUOU8T 28, 1938
ENGAGEMENT IS
ANNOUNCED
Of interest to the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish community is the an-
nouncement of the engagement of
Miss Charlotte Zofnass, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Emit Zofnass of
Roxbury, Mass., to Mr. Leo Rob-
inson, president of the American
Bank and Trust Company, vice-
president of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation and active in local Jewish
affairs since his arrival here sev-
eral years ago. Miss Zofnass has
been active in Jewish communal
circles in Boston and Roxbury
since hei* graduation from the Uni-
versity. The wedding will be an
event of the early Fall.

JUNIOR HADASSAH
TO HEAR SPEAKER
Miss Sarah Lightman, who has
recently returned from a two year
stay in Palestine, will be the guest
speaker at a meeting of Junior
Hadassah, which will take place at
the home of Mrs. Edward Barmen,
1642 Southwest Sixteenth Street,
on Monday night, August 29th.
The meeting will begin promptly
at 8:00 p. m., and Hadassah mem-
bers are urged to attend and in-
vite their friends. Miss Lightman
has been elected president of the
New Bedford, Mass., chapter of
Junior Hadassah, because of her
varied experience in the work of
this organization, and her close
contact with the actual objectives
of Hadassah. She has a personal
acquaintance with Henrietta Szold
and her messages from the Holy
Land should be of deep interest to
all who attend.

RADIO ADDRESS TO
BE HEARD HERE
Mrs. Arthur Brin, past president
of the National Council of Jewish
Women, who recently returned
from a trip t Europe with the
Sherwood Eddy group will be
heard in a national radio address
in a message to American Woman-
hood on "Impressions on the out-
look of Peace in Europe." Locally
this address will be broadcast
over Station WIOD next Wednes-
day, August 31st from 1:15 to
1:30 p. in., o'clock, Eastern stan-
dard time.

VACATIONS IN NORTH
Mr. Milton A. Friedman, prom-
inent attorney and president of
the Y. M. H. A., is vacationing in
the North Carolina mountains af-
ter having visited friends in
Charleston, S. C. He will attend
the Southern District A. Z. A.
Convention in Asheville, in his of-
ficial capacity as adviser of the
A. Z. A. Chapter of Miami, and
will return to the city about Sep-
tember 1st
WEDDING TAKES
PLACE
The wedding of Miss Mildred
Clein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Clein, local communal
workers, to Robert H. Rosenthal,
of Omaha, Nebraska, took place
at the home of the bride's uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
S. Jacobs. Among the out-of-
town guests were Mr. and Mrs.
William Clein, Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
liard J. Clein of Miami; Mr. and
Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein, Mrs. Bur-
ton B. Goldstein, Mr. Charles
Goldstein and Miss Blanche Gold-
stein of Palm Beach; Mr. and
Mrs. Alex A. Ellison. Charleston,
S. C; Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm New-
man, Richmond, fVa. CBoth the
bride and groom were graduated
from the University of Illinois at
Urbana, 111., in the class of 1937.
Following the wedding reception
Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal left for a
honeymoon trip to Chicago and
Canada and will arrive at their
home in Omaha August 25th.
TO HOLD
BRIDGE PARTY
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation will sponsor a benefit
bridge and bunco party Sunday,
August 28th at the Y. M. H.~ A.
clubrooms, 1567 Southwest Fifth
Street. In charge of arrangements
is Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum, as-
sisted by Mrs. S. Tannenbaum,
Mrs. L. Kotkin, Mrs. N. Adelman,
Mrs. H. Shulman, Mrs. M. Gross-
man and Mrs. L. Axelroad. Mr.
S. Shindell will have charge of
the card games. A buffet supper
will be served. All members and
friends are urged to attend as the
proceeds will be donated to the
Talmud Torah Fund.
ENGAGEMENT IS
ANNOUNCED
Mrs. Flora Heimanson of Gain-
esville, Florida, is announcing the
engagement of her daughter, Sel-
ma Regina, to Mortimer Bernard
Weintraub, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Weintraub of this city.
Miss Heimanson attended school in
Baltimore, Md., and has resided
here for the past two years. Mr.
Weintraub attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and Columbia Uni-
versity. The date for the wedding
will be announced later.
We Invite You to
TUNE IN ON
W. I. O. D.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 30th
FROM 8:15 TO 8:30 P. M. O'CLOCK
For News of Unusual Importance
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FRATERNITY TO HOLD
BOAT RIDE
The Florida chapters of Tau Ep-
silon Phi, largest Jewish social
fratejnrty in (Lhe country, have
completed plans for their annual
T. E. P. boatride which will be held
Thursday, September 1. Al Lehr-
man, of the Tau Alpha chapter at
the University of Florida, and
Maynard Abrams, of the Tau Xi
chapter at the University of Mi-
ami are in charge of the event and
have arranged a full evening of
dancing, fun and refreshments for
the members and their guests.
The Biscayne will leave from
Pier 5, City Yacht Basin at 8:30
p. m., Thursday, and all active and
alumni members of the fraternity
are asked to get in touch with ei-
ther Lehrman or Abrams before
Thursday.

IS PATIENT AT
HOSPITAL
Mrs. Morris Dubler, pioneer
Jewish resident of this area and
active in Jewish affairs is a pa-
tient at the Victoria Hospital.

CONCLUDES
VACATION
Mrs. Maurice Mamches and
daughter returned to the city af-
ter visiting with her parents and
friends in Birmingham, Ala.

RETURNS TO CITY
Mr. Leo Robinson returned to
the city following a vacation of
several weeks spent in the North
on a combined business and pleas-
ure trip.

LEAVES FOR TRIP
Mrs. Julius Simpson, prominent
in local Jewish circles and a past
president of the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau,
left Wednesday for New York
City to attend the wedding of her
niece. She will then return to
Miami accompanied by her daugh-
ter, Norma, who has been spending
a vacation in New York visiting
relatives and friends.

BANKER IS ILL
Mr. Nathan Rosen, prominent
banker and chairman of the Board
of Directors of the American
Bank and Trust Company, is ser-
iously ill at his home here.

SPECIAL BROADCAST
TO BE HEARD
The Southern Kosher Sausage
Factory, Inc., is presenting a
special broadcast over Station
WIOD next Tuesday evening, Au-
gust 30th from 8:16 to 8:30 o'clock
when news of interest and speak-
ers of prominence will be heard.

RETURN FROM NORTH
Mrs. J. Atkins and daughter,
Ruth, returned to the city after
an absence of several weeks dur-
ing which they visited in the New
York and Carolina mountains.
RETURN TO CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper re-
turned to the city last week fol-
lowing a visit to New York, Prov-
idence and other Northern cities
on a combined business and pleas-
ure trip.

LEAVES HOSPITAL
Mrs. Philip Berkowitz who re-
cently underwent a serious opera-
tion at the Mercy Hospital in Bal-
timore, was discharged from the
hospital Wednesday. She will
have Baltimore today to spend
several weeks in Hendersonville,
N. C, and will then return home
to Miami.

CONGRESSIONAL NOMINEE
TO BE GUEST SPEAKER
Pat Cannon, Democratic Con-
gressional nominee from the
Fourth Florida Congressional Dis-
trict, will be the guest speaker at
the Convention of the Florida
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges
at West Palm Beach September
4th and 5th.

FINAL DANCE
TO BE HELD
Miss Lillian Willens and oMn-
nice Raff, chairmen, have arrang-
ed for the final dance in the ser-
ies sponsored by the National
Council of Jewish Juniors, Au-
gust 28th at the Royal Palm Club.
Those eligible for the dance finals
are Miss Betty Mae Bender and
Victor Kahn; Miss Phyllis Sau-
tag and Art Shanloff; Miss Dolly
Selby and Jesse Kennel; Miss
Eleanor Lustgarden and Morris
Sher; Miss Jane Felelman and Sid
Wagner; Miss Phyllis Salter and
Stanley Levitch. There will be a
third eliminations contest. The
final winner will receive a silver
loving cup.
LEAVE FOR TRIP
Mr. Max Mintzer a member of
the Board of Directors of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion left this week on a combined-
business and pleasure trip to New
York. He will return to the city
in about two weeks.
VISIS MIAMI
Miss Lena Schemer and Miss
Gertrude Goldblatt of Jacksonville
are spending their vacation here
as the house guests of Miss Mil-
dred Berkowitz and will remain
for several weeks visiting rela-
tives and friends.
LEAVES FOR
VACATION
Mr. Max R. Silver, a student in
the Law Department of the Uni-
versity of Miami, will leave today
for Jacksonville, Florida, where he
will spend a vacation of several
days enroute to Hendersonville, N.
C, where he will spend a vacation
of several weeks.
DELEGATES ARE
CHOSEN
At a meeting of officers of the
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith held
last Sunday the following dele-
gates and alternates were chosen
to represent the Lodge at the Con-
vention of the Florida State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges to
be held at West Palm Beach on
Sunday and Monday, September
lth and 5th.
DELEGATES
Elry Stone, E. A. Pallot, Benja-
min Le Vine, Sidney L Segall,
Nathan Adelman, J. Louis Shoch-
Dr. Frank Coret, Milton A. Fried-
man, I. Levin, A. Aronovitz, Harry
et, Leo Eisenstein, R. R. Adler,
Simonhoff, M. S. Bandler, Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Carl Weinkle, Benjamin
Bronston, Stanley C. Myers, Dr.
Charles Werblow, William Fried-
man.
ALTERNATES
George Feuer, Marx Feinberg,
M. J. Kopelowitz, Dr. A. E. Ros-
enthal, Sol Goldstrom, S. Halpert,
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi A.
Kellner, Dr. Barney Weinkle, Har-
ry Schwartz, Leon Stoller, I. L
Minlzer, H. Butbin, Dr. Harold
Rand, Joseph Lipton, Dr. Chas.
Beckwitt, I. Zuckernick, George
Goldberg, Norman Mirsky, Phil
Berkowitz, Louis Hayman, Leo
Stein and Burnett Roth.
Matters of importance to Jewry
throughout the state will be con-
sidered and acted on including an-
ti-Defamation work. Student Un-
ion activities, legislation affecting
Jewish rights and similar matters
of interest. A number of men
prominent in B'nai B'rith work in
the District will address the Con-
vention.
WANTED
Position as Mother's
Helper, or care of in-
valid, by capable 18-
year-old Jewish girl
References.
Phone 2-3716
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VOLUME 11NUMBER 33
Why is it that men who preach
ethical conduct fall by the wayside
when their own selfish interests
are concerned; and why some men
who are cautious about signing
business papers don't hesitate to
lend their names to obtain posi-
tions for men who lend everything
but credit to the Jewish name.
THE CHRSTIAN INDEBTEDNESS
TO JEWRY
COMMUNAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The sooner a Jewish community or portion thereof becomes
endowed with a consciousness of its communal responsibilities,
the sooner will that community become an integral part of
Jewry, and will help in the perpetuation of Jewish traditions
and ideals.
We say this because of certain occurrences in the Miami
i ea during the past several weeks. Many of the individual
members of the Jewish community of Greater Miami have not
realized that the Jew in particular is not an individual in and
for himself. They have not yet understood that throughout the
ages, the Jewish people as a whole have been made responsible
for the behavior of the individual Jew.
Individuals, after all, when grouped together form commu-
nities. When these individuals are devoid of communal respon-
sibility the group they have formed must necessary also fail to
possess a sense of responsibility. When these individuals gather
to promote what they believe to be the welfare of the.group
they have organized, lacking this sense of communal responsi-
bility they do not hesitate to employ methods which the rest of
the citizenry must necessarily condemn. This lack of under-
standing of duties result in such incidents as that of recent
weeks when non-Jews were called and told that unless they pur-
chased tickets for a benefit for a Jewish organiation they would
be boycotted in their business by all of the Jewish community.
The same lack of responsibility causes the employment of pro-
fessional solicitors who stop at nothing to try and attempt to
obtain business for themselves. The use of the names of the
spiritual leaders of the community means but little to them if
by its use they can obtain a dollar here and there, though they
have thus destroyed in a few minutes the respect that spiritual
leaders should be held in. It is the same lack of responsibility
which causes men to engaee in and establish mushroom synago-
gues regardless of what the effect of such a venture may be.
Our individual or organizational self interests must be held
in check by the far greater duty to the Jewish people as a whole.
Will there be an abundance of
mushrooom synagogues in this
area this year or will we be spared
the plague on this occasion. Per-
haps if the leaders of this commu-
nity, lay and spiritual would speak
out in unmistakable terms this ill
would once and for all be abol-
ished.
Why Be Old-Fashioned
and Make Enemies?
THE considerate, careful indivi-
dual will use the Jewish
New Year issue of the Jewish
Floridian to extend greetings to
his friends everywhere and not
use the archaic method of sending
greeting cards. Thus you will not
overlook a friend and make an
enemy..... I *-
THE Jewish Floridian is the
only proper medium to greet
your friends. It is with you fifty-
two weeks of fhe year, a tried and
true servant, not a fly-by-night,
irresponsible, here now and gone
tomorrow, money raising stunt .
1
Phone 2-1141 and we will be
Happy to Serve You
Why is it that a splendid Jew-
ish custom has been completely-
ignored and forgotten in this area.
Time there was when an illness of
a dear One would bring a contribu-
tion to charity or other worthy
cause. If there was a birth in the
family there was another oppor-
tunity when charity, the syna-
gogue or other worthy institution
was the recipient of a fair contri-
bution. And so on, down the line.
Today there's shopping when Rosh
Hashono comes along, there's even
shopping when a Bar Mitzvah is
held. It's no longer how much can
we give, but how little can we get
away with.
It's about time that every Jew-
ish institution be made to realize
that the contemptible practice of
getting professional agents. Jews
and non-Jews to go out for ads, for
programs, or to sell tickets will
be opposed by every right thinking
Jew this year. The people of this
community are entitled to know
the money they contribute goes di-
rect to the cause they want to help
and that not one penny goes for
commissions or other such ex-
penses. The spectacle of non-Jews
using Jewish names calling for a
Jewish institution and threatening
non-Jews with boycotts unless
they buy tickets or take ads in
programs is revolting to every-
oneand will bring about an un-
usually determined stand to re-
fuse to aid any institution which
will use such methods.
The Jewish New Year in 1938
comes at a time of such suffering
for the Jewish people in many
parts of the world that I am
prompted to send a message of
sympathy and fellowship, I am
confident that in doing so I voice
the deep feelings of countless oth-
er Christians in America.
A Christian who on such an oc-
casion as this has the privilege o'
speaking to Jewish friends must
first of all, acknowledge his in-
debtedness to the spiritual heri-
tage of the Hebrews. We Chris-
tians have inherited the ethical
and religious insights of Israel,
and hold them in common with
you. We hold them with a dif-
ference, it is trueat one point
with a momentous differencebut
we always remember that the his-
Hebrew people.
toric roots of our faith are in the
From Israel we inherit the Ter
Commandments, which are still
the basic moral standards of
Christendom. From Israel we in-
herit the priceless treasure of the
Psalms, which are an essential
part of Christian worship around
the world. From Israel we in-
herit the vision of social justice
which has come to us through j
Amos and Isaiah and Micah. From 1
Israel we inherit even our own
unique Christian classic, the New
Testament, which from the Gospel
of St. Matthew through the Epis
ties of St. Paul to the Revelation
of St. John was written by Jews.
Any thoughtful Christian may
also be conscious of a present spir-
itual kinship with his Jewish
neighbors to whom their religious
heritage is still a vital force. That
kinship is grounded in our com-
mon faith in the ultimate moral
and spiritual foundations of the
universe. Over against those who
adhere to a materialistic philoso-
phy of life and a mechanistic con-
ception of human destiny, we rec-
ognize ourselves as at one with
you in the first sublime affirma-
tion of the Pentateuch, "In the
Beginning God."
Why will not people realize that
Federation is for their own bene-
fits and that local organizations
are actually part of the community
and not independent in every sense
of the word. Can they not realise
that there are other equally wor-
thy institutions who need to pros-
per and that when people are
trained to giveate one cause, even-
tually they are trained to give to
all. Cannot the greatest good for
the largest number be the determ-
ining factor in the discharge of
our duties to the community rath-
er than a desire to live for and
within a restricted group.
Will people never learn that the
individual who really serves the
community does not go about
boasting of what he has done and
seeks jobs solely on his merit and
not because of a service to the
community. Can we not realise
that using pressure of the Jewish
Without such a faith men are
like rudderless ships, headed no-
where. For, if the world goes all
by chance or is governed by blind
forces which care nothing for
what we cherish most, then we
are left with a profound disbelief
in life itself and there is no real
bulwark against cynicism and de-
spair. But over against such dis-
illusionment Christian and He-
brew stand together in their be-
lief in the one Holy God who is
the Creator of all and whose
righteous will gives meaning and
direction to life. The divine sum-
mons to the Hebrew people is a
summons with which Christians
also identify themselves as some-
thing of transcendent importance
to the world:
"Hear, O Israel, the Lord our
God is one God; and thou shalt
love the Lord thy God with all
thy heart and with all thy soul
and with all thy might."
A Christian who knows any-
a word of confession. For he can-
thing of history must also speak
not help recalling how grievously
the Jewish people have suffered
at the hands of men who have
called themselves Christians. The
historical record of the treatment
of Jews in Europe through long
centuries is one which Christians
of today view with penitence and
name for the purpose of obtaining
jobs for unworthy individuals does
the Jewish people an irreparable
injury.
sorrow. One has also regretfully
to admit that the day of cruel
treatment of the Jew's by tnany
who are called Christians is not
yet a thing of the past. The news
which comes from Germany and
Poland and Roumania shows how
persistent the spirit of anti-Semit-
ism is.
The best that a Christian can
ray is that such treatment of the
Jews is inherently ur^-Christian,
contrary to the plain teaching of
Jesus Christ. It must also be con-
fessed that even in our own coun-
try there are small misguided
groups who circulate statements
that spread a poison of mistrust
and hate which is antithetical to
the true genius both of America
and of the Christian religion. Hap-
pily, however, it can be asserted
with confidence that any such in-
tolerant attitude is opposed by the
great bodies of Christians who are
committed to the spirit of good-
will toward the men of every race
and heritage.
A Christian today must also rec-
ognize the practical interests
which he shares in common with
the Jewish people. If there was
formerly any dougt on this point,
the tragic events in Germany dur-
ing the last five years must make
the fact as plain as noonday. In
that unhappy land the National
So**/ list regime began by pro-
claiming itself the friend of what
it called 'positive Christianity"
and the enemy of the Jews. But
everything which has happened
since shows that what started as
a move.nert against the Jews
urns cat to be a movement agains1
Christianity also.
Today in Germany (he whole
future of Christianity ; as well as
of the Jews is at stake. The new
religious trend known a. the "Ger-
manic faith movement," under the
leadership of anti-Semites like Al-
fred Rosenberg and Balfour von
Shirach, denounces' Christianity
as well as Judaism and would sub-
stitute for both a new religion
based on German blood. This new
of narrow racialism which scorns
German creed asserts a doctrine
Christianity as being of Jewish
origin and tries to "Aryanize"
the Church. Indeed the whole
Nazi ideblogy discloses the fact
that an attempt to de-Judaize a
nation leads to de-Christianizing it
also.
In the face of the present situa-
tion we see more clearly that the
ultimate foundation on which hu-
man freedom rests is religious
faiththe conviction that there is
a Divine Reality which is above
all earthly powers. If there is no
Divine Sovereignty to which a
man owes supreme allegiance,
then he is at the mercy of what-,
ever human sovereignty sets it-,
self up in the place of God. When
Absolute that transcends all
men no longer feel a loyalty to an
earthly claims, they become vic-
tims of new Absolutes of nation,1
race or class such as are bidding'
for the support of mankind today. _
If men are to be free from earth-
ly dictators they must know, in
the depths of their souls, that
there is a divine will above all hu-
man wills and that in the final
choice they "must obey God rath->
er than men."
It is that faith which through-
out the centuries has been nur-
tured by the Hebrew and the
Christian Scriptures. Upon that
faith, whatever our other differ-
ences, we can take our stand to-
gether as we look out upon the
J tragic state of th modern world.


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>AOE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, AUQU8T 26, 1938
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 1tth Street
Office Phone 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
316 Albscore Drive-1265 SSO N. C. 31st St.2-tMI
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabble will bo In the Temple every morning-.
Teu may consult with them on matters oenoernlne the Jewish commu-
nity, or your personal problems. Too will be assured sympathetic
hsarina; and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
FRIDAY WIGHT MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISITS-
GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE
TflMPA NOTES
Mrs. Manuel Buckman, of New
York, a recent bride who with her
husband, is visiting Phillip Grub-
stein and Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Buckman of Tampa.
CONGREGATIONAL
' "Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
Regular Friday evening services
at Temple Israel, 137 Northeast
19th Street at 8:15 o'clock. Dr.
Kaplan will speak on the subject:
"Judea and Germania."
GENERAL
The Y. M. H. A. is putting on a
cultural program every Tuesday
evening. The Rabbis will take
part in this program. Each Rabbi
will deliver two lectures on alter-
nate Tuesday evenings, beginning
this Tuesday, August 30th.
Dr. Kaplan will speak on "The
Prophetic Movement in Ancient Is-
rael."
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
"Legalism in Israel."
Rabbi Kellner will speak on
"Mysticism."
Rabbi Shapiro will speak on
"Nationalism." ,
Each will give two lectures suc-
cessively.
THE JEWISH HOUR
This Sunday afternoon Dr. Kap-
lan will speak over WIOD on the
Jewish Hour; subject: "Chosen
Peoples, Israel and the United
States of America."
Program for the Jewish Hour
for the month of September:
September 4thRabbi Meschel-
off.
September 11thRabbi Kellner.
September 18thRabbi Shapiro.
September 25thRabbis Kaplan
and Zwitman.
Miss Hannah Isaacson returned
to her home here in Tampa Friday
after a two week's vacation in At-
lanta, a., where she was the guest
at the home of her aunt and uncle.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Golden.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Argintar and
daughter, Esta, left recently for
a two week's vacation in Miami.
Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Einbinder
left this week for an extended va-
cation to various points of inter-
est in the North.
Mr. Samuel Moed returned Wed-
nesdayfro m Jacksonville after a
two week's visit with his brother,
Phillip Moed. Mr. Moed lives in
St. Petersburg.
"Sweetheart" will be introduced
at this dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Sey Block have
announced the engagement and
coming marriage of their daugh-
ter, Miss Adelaide Block, to Max
D. Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Morris of Atlanta. Miss.
Block, a native of Tampa, was
graduated from Plant High School.
She attended the University of
Tampa and recently has been Kin-
dergarten instructor. Mr. Morris
was born in Atlanta and was grad-
uated from Georgia Tech in 1932.
He is Southern representative of
a large fabric concern and is sta-
tioned in Atlanta, where he and
his bride will live.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Abiamovitz
and daughters, Florence and Rosa-
lie, have returned from Miami
where they spent two weeks.
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Phone 2-S1B1
CALENDAR OF JEWISH
HOLIDAYS, 1938
New Year EveSunday even-
ing, September 25th.
New Year DayMonday, Sep-
tember 26th.
Atonement EveTuesday even-
ing, October 4th.
Atonement DayWedne sd a y,
October 5th.
Feast of Booths, EveSunday
evening, October 9th.
Feast of Booths, first day
Monday, October 10th.
Feast of Booths, last day, Eve
Sunday evening, October 16th.
Feast of Booths, last dayMon-
day, October 17th.
SIMCHAS TORAH
Rejoicing with the Law, Eve
Monday, October 17th.
Rejoicing with the Law, Day
Tuesday, October 18th.
FURNITURE
MARKET
155 W. Flagler St. Phone 3-4132
After years of wholehearted and
' loyal work in behalf of Boy Scout
Troop 14, whose headquarters are
in the Y. M. H. A., Harry Kotler
has resigned as scoutmaster and
his successor is Dr. Louis Rosen,
prominent chiropodist of our city.
Mr. Kotler as Scoutmaster Emeri-
tus will continue in an advisory
capacity.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bandell of
Tampa have gone to St. Peters-
burg to make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Salsbury
and daughter, Dale, have just re-
turned from a delightful trip to
Hendersonville, N. C.
Extensive arrangements are be-
ing made by Tampa Chapter No
311 of the Aleph Zadek Aleph, Jn]
nior B'nai B'rith for the formal
announcement of the "Sweetheart
of AZA." Her name will be re-
vealed at a dance to be given by
the Merryfellows Club in honor of
the local A. Z. A. Chapter at the
Forest Hills Country Club on Sep.
tember 13th.
A group composed of members
of the Tampa A. Z. A. Chapter
and their guests made up a fishing
party out of St. Petersburg last
Sunday. Those attending includ-
ed: Sam Kotler, Sam Weber and
Lillian Haddad, Ralph Bernheim
Bud Aronovitz, Albert Segall and
Florence Lutz, Lester Leibovitz
and Solly Kotler.
The Hebrew Mutual Loan Asso-
ciation held their third annual
stock holder's meeting at the Y.
M. H. A., last Sunday when Pres-
ident Sam Estroff made the an-
nual report showing the progress
made by this young organization.
Refreshments were served and a
great time was had by the leading
merchants of all over Florida who
comprised this group.
Miss Mollie Bergman spent two
weeks in Atlanta, and is now vis-
iting Jacksonville as the guest
of Mrs. Samuel D. Bryan. Before
returning to Tampa. Miss Berg-
man will spend several weeks with
her brother, Dr. Samuel Bergman
in New Orleans.
Dr. Grafman is on the way to
Long Beach, California, to fill the
pulpit of Temple Israel of that
city. Rabbi Grafman occupied the
pulpit of the Temple Scharri Ze-
dek of Tampa from 1924 to 1930.
The Merry Fellow's Club will
give a dance at the Forest Hills
Country Club, September 13th and
plan a peppy affair. Sol Fleisch-
man, Fred Poller. Sam Verkauf
comprise the committee arranging
the event. Rex McDonald and his
orchestra will play. The A. Z. A.
M. Henry Cohen, M. G. Rosen-
berg, Rabb A. Burger, Maurice
Uman, Nathan Lutz, A. M. Wolf-
son, Sam Stein, Sol Haliczer and
Sam Shonbrunn have been select-
ed as delegates to represent Tam-
pa Lodge B'nai B'rith at the State
Convention to be held in West
Palm Beach September 4th and
5th. Many important state acti-
vities are slated for discussion,
and B'nai B'rith members are in-
vited to enjoy their Labor Day
week-end by attending these two
days of real entertainment.
Mrs. B. Chardkoff has returned
to Tampa after a vacation with
her son, Dr. Morris Chardkoff in
Chicago and her daughter, Mrs.
Sam Bryan and her son. Abe
Chardkoff, both of Jacksonville.
Mrs. A. M. Wolfson and son.
Sorrel, have returned from a two
week's vacation in Miami Beach.
Members of the local A. Z. A.
entertained H. S. D. Club at a
"Watermelon Cutting" last Tues-
day night after A. Z. A. meeting.
At the conclusion of the party,
bowling, ping-pong and other
j games were enjoyed. Among those
I invited were: the Misses Margie
Segall, Ruth Weber, Lillian Had-
I dad, Florence Lutz, Helen Haimo-
vit, Rosa Lee Buchman, Hannah
Issacson, Barbara Bornstein, Eve-
lyn Rutkin, Evelyn Weber, Ruth
Weintraub and Mildred Stoun and
Messrs. Howard Weissman, Sam
Weber, Sam Kotler, Al Haber,
Bud Aronovitz, Irvin Peekett, Phil
Haimovitz, Sam Berger, Sol Kot-
ler, Henry Gardner, Sammie Ar-
gintar, Melvin Berger, Bob Kas-
riel, Bernard Neuwirth, Herbert
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1646 8. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 911 & W. 13th Court; Phone S-t1t2
SCHEDULE OF 8ERVICE8
Dally: Shachrla at 8 a. >.;
M India at 6:3* p. m ; Maarlv,
15 minutes alter sunset
Sabbath serrlces: Friday
evenlag at 6:30 p. m.; Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 616 p. m.
BENEFIT CARD GAMES
A great card and bingo game is
scheduled by the Ladies Auxiliary
to take place on Sunday night,
August 28th at 8:30 p. m., in the
rooms and patio of the Y. M. H.
A., 1667 Southwest Fifth Street.
Many interesting and worthwhile
features have been added to the
customary program in order to in-
sure an enjoyable evening for all.
A committee of the ladies will be
present to provide delicious re-
freshments and prizes of value
will be awarded for high scores.
The affair is arranged for the
benefit of the Talmud Torah fund.
The committees of arrangements
consists of Mra. Chas. Tannen-
baum as chairman and Mrs. S.
Tannenbaum, Mrs. L. Kotkin, Mrs.
N. Adelman, Mrs. S. Shulman,
Mrs... M. Grossman and Mrs. L.
Axelroad.
XXX
RABBI AND MRS. KELLNER
VISIT BALTIMORE
Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner accom-
panied by their son, Harold Nath-
an, have visited Baltimore, Md.,
and were received by their many
friends of the Congregation Petach
Tikvoh where Rabbi Kellner serv-
ed formerly. While in Baltimore
Rabbi Kellner addressed the Tal-
mud class of the congregation
which he organized in 1934. The
Rabbi and his family are enroute
to Passaic, N. J. where Rabbi Kell-
ner will officiate at the wedding
of his sister, Miss Irma Kellner,
to Mr. Samuel Berg, of New York.
XXX
LADIES AUXILIARY
A regular meeting of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Ladies Auxiliary
will take place on Tuesday night,
August 30th in the vestry rooms
of the synagogue. Mrs. Ida Buck-
stein will preside.
XXX
A REFUOH SHLEMO
We extend very best wishes to
our former president, Mr. Nathan
Adelman who is recovering from
a serious illness and we hope that
the good Lord will grant him a
speedy and complete recovery.
We also pray for the Refuoh
Shlemo of our dear member, Mrs.
Philip Berkowitz who is convalesc-
ing after an operation. Rabbi and
Mrs. Kellner who visited Mrs.
Berkowitz in the hospital are hap-
py to report that she is recover-
ing steadily and sends regards to
her many friends.
XXX
SHALOS SUDOS
This coming Shabbos the Shalos
Sudos will be donated by Mr. Wil-
liam Clein honoring the recent
marriage of his daughter.
nnutmi
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
INTER-CLUB SPELLING
THIS WEDNESDAY
BEE
Attention you spelling fans. The
event you have all been waiting
for, our inter-club spelling contest,
will take place Wednesday, August
31st, at the "Y" clubrooms at 8:16
p. m. Ten contestants from the
Y. M. H. A., the Y.
W. H. A., and Junior
Y. M. H. A., will com-
pete. The keen rival-
ry displayed in the
past promises to out-
do itself on this oc-
casion. Valuable priz-
es will be awarded to the lucky
contestants. Miss Ida Safer, past
tist team at the Riverside Ball
Park and slamming the ball all
over the lot scored a 13 to 1 vic-
tory. In their own league the "Y"
is sure of a playoff for the title.
Watch this column and the daily
papers for the dates of games.
DRAMATIC CLUB
Last Monday evening thirty-five
members of the Junior Division
formed a Dramatic Club, sponsor-
ed by our Executive Director.
Every one present at this meeting
was thrilled and inspired at the
enthusiasm shown by the member*
of this division after listening to
an eloquent address by our Dra-
matic Coach. Miss Dorothy Light-
man, who announced that casting
will begin next Thursday, August
25th at 8:00 o'clock p. m.
Present plans call for the pre
sentation of two one-act plays in
October. Members of this group
will also be taught the art of
makeup, managing and directing
of plays and all other incidentals
with or pertaining to "show busi-
ness." Rehearsals will commence
immediately after completion of
casting. The executive director, in
JACKSONVILLE
Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fletcher an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Marilyn Leah, on Friday, August
12th, in St. Vincent's Hospital.
Mrs. Fletcher was formerly Miss
Ann Coleman.
president of Junior Hadassah;
Leo Eisenstein of the B'nai B'rith cooPeration wjth Ml* Lightman.
and Joseph Lipton of the Y. M.
H. A. Governor's Club, will preside
THE WORLD'S WffUOOW
+
-By LUDWIO LEWISOHN
It is a commonplace to say that
we are a very old people. Biolo-
gically we are, of course, no older
than any other people. But it is
true that the Jews who are alive
today are the conscious partici-
pants of an historic process which
extends to four millenia. At the
center of this process stands the
land of Palestine. The great myth
of the beginning of the Jewish
People is the myth of that people's
marriage, as it were, to the land
of Palestine. From that event
arose the Jewish people as a peo-
ple, even as the Greeks became
Creeks only in and through the
onquest of the land since known
as Greece and even as Germanic
tribes became English only since
and through the conquest of the
land later to be forever known as
r'ngland.
Thus it is clear that our birth
a-; a people, our becoming a peo-
ple, was a normal process and was
analagous to the process by which
our peoples attained the super-
personality of their peoplehood.
How tragically the analogy ends.
The day came when we were driv-
en forth from our land. But we
had become a people in and thru
that land. Hence Israelland
Eretz Yisraelbecame for all the
future ages, in forms that chang-
ed but according to a substance
that did not change, the central
theme and preoccupation of the
people's entire apiritual life. Note
how the centrality of Ereta Yis-
rael spans the centuries. Around
the year 226 of the common era in
the Persian city of Nehardes R.
Shmuel declared: (Sanhedrin: F.
7b.) "Sufficient unto the suffer-
er that he has endured his ruffer-
ings." There is no comment save
n the implications of the contest.
The Babylonian Amoraim needed
none. But seven-hundred and fif-
ty years later Rashi comments on
the saying as follows: "The suf-
fering of exile suffices for re-
demption even without repent-
ance." It is now nearly a thous-
and years since Rashi's day, and
the sufferings of exile over half
the earth are fiercer and more
fiery than ever, more deeply cal
culated than ever to cause redemp-
tion without teshuvah, without an
nntire return to good.
Eretz Yisrael, in brief, is the
center of the destiny of the Jewish
people. And the problem before
the world and, above all, before
the Jewish people is whether that
people has the power unwavering-
ly to will its own destiny and ro
achieve its own redemption. The
news from Palestine yesterday and
today is enough to shake the
stoutest heart. It may be so again
tomorrow. The brilliant sincere
and dangerous Jabotinsky thun-
ders of civil war in Warsaw and
his misguided followers add inner
terrors to the outer ones. It must
not matter. Nothing must mat-
ter. Nothing must he permitted
to prevail for one moment for one
hour, in the soul of any Jew
against his share in the unbreak-
able will of the Jewish people to-
ward ita own deatiny and its own
redemption. And the name of that
destiny and the name of that re-
demption have in all ages and are
today oneone: the land of Is-
rael.
Let us remember that we do not
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as judges with a prominent Mi-
amfan as tihe pronoun Jer Re-
freshments and entertainment will
follow.
RABBI KAPLAN TO ADDRESS
MEMBERS
The second in a series of cul-
tural programs on the "Y" calen-
dar is scheduled for Tuesday, Au-
gust 30th at the "Y". Rabbi Kap-
lan will talk on "The Prophetic
Movement in Ancient Isroel." In
accordance with our. established
custom, an open forum will follow.
A fine musical program has been
arranged. Refreshments will be
served.
ON THE CUFF IF YOU PLEASE
Our Executive Director is a
busy man these days. He has of-
fice hours every morning, except-
ing Saturdays and Jewish holidays
from 9:00 until 11:00 a. m., and
by appointment in the afternoon.
If you have any problem concern
ing the "Y" he will be glad to
see you.
plans to organize a dramatic frroup
from members of the Senior Divi-
sion.
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Aaron "Happy" Freilich and Isi-
dore Kaplan, life members of the
Y. M. H. A. Governor's Club left
on an extended fishing and hunt-
ing trip up North. Good luck boys.
Mrs. Samuel Rand left for her va-
cation last Wednesday, Milt Fried-
man was seen in Charleston, S. C,
by Mr. and Mrs. Hy Schwartz
newlyweds who just returned to
Miami to make their home. Al
Pallot is now making plans for
his next year's vacation to Hono-
lulu.
Miss Minnie Sylvia Praissman
of Camden, N. J., daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Praissman, became
the bride of Irving Silverstein of
this city, in Philadelphia, Pa., on
Thursday afternoon, August 18th,
with Rabbi Oscar Levin officiat-
ing.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father and was attended
by Miss Corrine Praissman. Al
Rosenberg of Jacksonville was the
best man for Mr. Silverstein.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception was held in the Adelphia
hotel. The couple then left for a
wedding trip and after September
1st, will reside at 2813 Oak Street,
Jacksonville.
Out-of-town guests from this
city were Al Rosenberg and Mur-
ray Hanken.
The Daughters of Israel's an-
nual beach pier dance was held
Wednesday on the Jacksonville
Beach pier. The chairman of the
event was Mrs. I. Gartner, assist-
ed by Miss Ethel Joel, refresh-
ment chairman; Mrs. M. Wexler,
and Mrs. Joseph Hackel.
Senior Hadassah Chapter held
their weekly bridge matches last
Tuesday afternoon on the Jackson-
ville Beach Pier. Mrs. B. B. Brom-
berg directed the play.
oza: a Life of Reason," by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson.
September 11th Amateur
Night.
GLEE CLUB
The Glee Club had its first re-
hearsal last Thursday under the
able leadership of Jerry Bass. We
look for big things from this
group. Come and join the fun.
Rehearsals are held every Ohurs-
day night at 8:00 o'clock.
YE OLDE FASHIONED PICNIC
CARD AND BINGO PARTY ON
SEPTEMBER FIFTH
Joseph Syman, we salute you
for undertaking this particular af-
fair. The entire proceeds will be
used exclusively to install a cool-
ing system, chairs and tables.
There will be prizes, souvenirs and
refreshments. The small fee of
25c per person will be charged.
Remember the date, Monday night
September 5th at 8:30 p. m. Lo-
cation, "Y" clubrooms.
AND A GOOD TIME WAS HAD
BY ALL
The one and only professorour
own Leon Liberman, performed
the task of Quiz Master very ad-
mirably. Questions on current
events, science, literature, etc..
were propounded. As amazing as
were some of the questions, was
Miss Molly Apte who was an-
nounced the winner by the judge,
Alvin Rosenfeld. Miss Ida Eng-
ler was second and Bernie Sele-
van ran third. Other contestants
were Clarice Shier, Jesse Zimmer-
man and Jerry Bass. Nice work
folks, let's have more.
DIAMONDBALL TEAM WINS IN
GOLD BALL TOURNAMENT
Last Tuesday the "Y" aggrega-
tion encountered the Central Bap-
A real old fashioned basket
party and picnic will be held on
Monday, Labor Day, September
5th at Greynold's Park. This is
an annual event and is sponsored
jointly by the Y. M. and Y. W.
Bring your ownis the order of
the day. Nothing to buy. i Just
a good old-fashioned "family re-
union. Reserve this date and
watch this space for more details
in next week's issue.
MUSIC CLUB
Register now if you want to
learn how to play an instrument.
As soon as a sufficient number of
members indicate their intention
by registering, classes will begin.
FIRST ANNUAL DANCE TO BE
HELD SUNDAY
DUES
A word to the wise is sufficient.
Current dues are now due and pay-
able. Please see the executive di-
rector and get your bill. He will
be pleased to give you a receipt
for your money.
REMEMBER THESE DATES
Glee Club rehearsal every Thurs-
day night at 8:00.
August 28th^Junior "Y" dance
at Odd Fellow's Hall.
August 30thLecture, "Proph-
etic Movement in Ancient Israel"
by Dr. Jacob Kaplan.
August 31stSpelling BeeIn-
ter-Club Contest.
September 3rdCollege Night.
September 5thBasket party
and picnic at Greynold's Park.
September 6thLecture, "Spin-
The first annual dance and en-
tertainment of the Junior Division
of the Y. M. H. A., will be held
Sunday evening, August 28th at
the Odd Fellow's Hall. Music will
be furnished by Jerry Bass and
his seven piece orchestra. Fea-
tures of the evening include a for-
ty minute floor show and many
novelty dances. Admission charg-
ed is only seventy-five cents per
couple and tickets may be obtain-
ed from any member or at the "Y"
clubrooms. In charge of arrange-
ments is Miss Ray Shochet, chair-
man, assisted by Esther Shochet,
Ethel Pont, Stanton Halpert and
Hymen Merlin.
DRAMATIC CLUB ORGANIZED
At the regular meeting of the
Junior Division held last Monday
evening Miss Dorothy Lightman,
well known dramatic coach, or-
ganized the Dramatic Club of the
Junior Division and caating for
the two plays to be produced in
October was held Thursday even-
ing. Announcement of the names
of the plays and those taking part
will be published in the next issue
of the Jewish Floridian. All mem-
bers who are interested in one
phase or another of dramatics are
requested to 'see Miss Lightman
or to attend the Thursday evening
meetings held at the "Y" chjb-
rooras.



PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 26,
1938
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
i 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue
(MIAMI'S PIONEER
CONGREGATION)
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
1029 N. W. tat Street
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-217*
LOUIS HAYMAN, Exec. See.
149 N. W. 6th Street
Phone 2-5574
SABBATH SERVICE
This coming Saturday during
the services at 9:30, Ira, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kay, will
become Bar Mitzvah. We extend
our Mazel Tov and trust that Ira
together with the other boys will
continue their studies despite the
generally accepted rule by parents
and sons that once you become
Bar Mitzvah you automatically
cease Hebrew studies. Members
and friends are invited to attend
the services.
XXX
A WORD TO THE WISE
Would that we could discuss at
length the hollowness of modern
professions among our Jews, the
continuing danger from savage
egotism, the unweakened necessity
of Jewish solidarity. Suffice it
to state that here in Greater Mi-
ami a much needed lesson of Jew-
ish manliness is essential at this
juncture of a false refinement, and
an unprincipaled ambition on the
part of some professionals (thank
God a limited few) for social and
economic status. Does not our si-
lence and indifference give solace
to the scoundrels and rascals we
tolerate as company? Are we not
afraid of the naked truth as of
something refined? Have we not
dressed her image up in so many
circumlocutions and equivocations
that we flee from her when she
appears unveiled in the beauty of
her purity?
We claim the title of truth's
guardian, we Jews! On what kind
of terms are we living with can-
dor and frankness in our social re-
lationships? Not enough that
petty business and professional
considerations and effeminate so-
ciety habits keep back from our
lips the strong words we have al-
most unlearned to use, but we are
trembling with redoubled appre-
hensions when it is our own foi-
bles that are to be pointed out,
dragged to the light, overwhelmed
with righteous condemnation. It
is the Gentile's judgment we are
warned against affecting, but it is
our own morbid sensitiveness, our
own petty conceits around which
we want drawn the protecting
fence of a polite silence. To our
mind, no greater injury could be
inflicted by the presence of preju-
dice by the threats of exclusion,
than if it wrought in our charac-
ters, in our moral lives the fearful
havoc that springs from self-de-
ception, from the festering and
feeding of ulcers which should be
cut out, no matter at what cost
of pain and
cannot afford to be silent in the
presence of an evil! Our existence,
our Jewish life in the community
must totter if we remain silent-
Let us speak out! (Continuation
in next issue.)
xxx
LEAGUE MANDATES
COMMISSION ANALYZES
PALESTINE SITUATION
mortificationwe I Possih,e-
(Continued from Page 1)
been less favorable for securing
self-governing institutions.
"The Mandates Commission ob-
serves that the Mandatory Power
has already introduced certain re-
forms by the Royal Commission
-and notes that the Mandatory Pow-
er intends to pursue the same pol-
icy as the circumstances permit.
Lastly the Mandates Commission is
informed that partition is still the
solution which the Mandatory
Power considers the best and most
hopeful and that it has appointed
a technical commission to study it.
Needless to say the situation re-
vealed by its survey caused the
Mandates Commission the utmost
concern. It hopes that the period
elapsing before a final decision is
made regarding the future status
of the territory will be as short as
All interests involve*)
must suffer further from a contin-
uation of the present state of un-
certainty."
SOCIETY
HIGH HOLIDAY PLANS
We urge our many friends to
affiliate themselves with our con-
gregation prior to the High Holi-
days. Why not become an active,
counted sincere Jew by becoming
a member of our institution? If
you feel your tendencies and ob-
ligations are with some other con-
gregationjoin that congregation.
Don't give that as an excuse in
order to escape your responsibil-
ity! Join some synagogue or
Temple! Surely you are constant-
ly in need of the services of a
synagogue or Rabbi either in case
of joy or (Heaven forbid) sorrow,
why not be man enough to admit
it and perform your active duty to
your God, Torah and people!
Remember:The High Holidays
are fast approaching! Contact Mr.
Mendel Scheinberg or Cantor Hay-
man for reservations. Reserve
family pews so as to satisfy each
member of your immediate fam-
ily. Well are we in need of the
true spiritual lessons to strength-
en our outlook upon life today.
Attend services regularly!
xxx
INSTITUTIONAL PLANS
We are including in our curri-
culum for this year at our Sunday
School, a special course in "Jew-
ish Child Delinquency." We urge
parents who think or imagine that
they have "Problem.children" to
please call our office for appoint-
ment to discuss their problems.
Don't hesitate to do so, for your
child's future welfare is at stake!
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live in a static world and that the
processes of historic change have
been immeasurably accelerated in
recent years. This Britain that
will neither protect us today nor
call for Jewish troops in Palestine
to protect us and itself and civil-
ization, will not be the Britain of
tomorrow. There was a Britain
that issued the Balfour declaration
and wrote the Mandate. There
was a world in which the Fascist
powers of today were feeble
defeated. There will be
again in which they will be feeble
or defeated, whatever sacrifices
mankind must make to that end;
there will then be a world again
in which will re-arise the Britain
that issued the Balfour Declara-
tion and framed the Mandate.
One thing must remain like a
rock amid these changesthe will
of the Jewish people toward its
own destiny. Do not say: life is
not safe in Palestine today. Say;
the life of the Jewish people as a
people is safe in Palestine alone
and it will be forever safe there
if my will is unbroken, if my sense
of destiny keeps its unerring vis-
ion fixed on an unchanging goal.
Do not forget that we have never
yet succeeded in welding into one
will the wills of all the Jews in
the world. We have never yet as
a whole people sought to wrench
from hostile powers the fulfillment
of our destiny. This is a year of
crisis. That is true. But this is
also a day and a year of decision.
Like democracy, like Christianity,
in the profound proverbs of the
world, Zionism has never been
tried. The Jewish people has
never powerfully enough or or-
ganically enough willed its own
destiny. The decision to exert
that will is the road to redemp-
tion. Let us redeem ourselves
and the people and despite powers
and principalities, terror without
and folly within. Ereta Yisrael
will be redeemed and will be ours.
HELP IS ASKED
A four-year old Jewish girl
who came to Miami sometime
ago, totally unable to use her
limbs, is now slowly recovering.
The physician recommends the
use of a tricycle to aid in her
further recovery. The gift of
such a tricycle will be a won-
derful aid and greatly appreciat-
ed. Please call 2-3716.
RETURN TO NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schein-
baum left the city for their home
in Brooklyn, N. Y., following a six
weeks visit with their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Scheinbaum of Miami.
SIXTH PALESTINE
LECTURE HEARD
The sixth symposium on Pales-
tine was held last Saturday after-
noon before the Spinoza Group.
Quoting from Ludwig Lewisohn's
article in the Jewish Floridian of
August 19th, Dr. Wolfson said:
"The lie rules the world. Lies are
established as systems and made
principles of action. Thus ihe
racial theories of the Nazis now
of the Italian Fascists are not er-
rors but gross and wicked lies.
The principle of the authoritariga
state 88 held in Germany ani
Italy is not merely a passionate
fallacy but a lie that flies in the
face of both nature and history,.
Another lie is that there is an
Arab-Jewish conflict. It corrode*
and corrupts the public mind; it
corrodes even the mind of certun
Jews. There is no such thing as
an Arab-Jewish conflict. Unleis
there is a conflict between >
gangster and his victims. Unless
there is a conflict between peace-
ful citizens engaged upon great
and beneficient tasks and the as-
sassins and thieves who fall upon
them."
Miss Sarah Lightman told of her
experience in Eretz, Israel. Her
intimate talk made a deep impres-
sion upon the large audience.
Next Saturday afternoon the
Spnioza Group will meet, as usual,
on the lawn at 1059 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson
will speak on Dr. Leon Pinsker's
Auto-Emancipation. All are wel-
come.
REV. MOSES
TEITELBAUM
Renowned Cantor, posses {
sing splendid tenor voice, i
formerly of Borough Park, j
desires position for High '
Holy Days. Excellent ref-
erences.
ADDRESS
1329 E. First Ave.
HIALEAH, FLA. *
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JOE REISMAN
NOW LOCATED AT
MERLIN'S KOSHER MARKET
320 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
.
WITH A FULL LINE OF THE FINEST
STRICTLY KOSHER
BEEF, VEAL, LAMB AND
FRESH KILLED POULTRY
jj PHONE 5-1570 FOR FREE DELIVERY
Remember, very often "Child De-
linquency" is due to the parental
delinquency and should that be
the case rest assured the parents
will be told for their own good.
We trust that this statement will
not instil] fear, but, on the con-
trary, encourage them to take the
neecssary steps to meet with us,
and solve their problems.
xxx
CONDOLENCES
We express our condolences to
Mrs. Charles Marks and to the
family at the untimely loss of
their brother, Harry Rcsenthal.
May his soul rest in peace!
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SAFETY
as
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Will Receive Federal Pro-
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1938
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
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ROAD SERVICE
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DENTIST
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Mrs. V. W. Knowles.
740 N. E. 90th St._______ 7-2141
ROOF REPAIRING
PALMER'S ROOFING COMPANY
16 years in MiamiW. N. Palmer,
Prop.
BARRETT APPROVED ROOFING
Sheet Metal Work Tile Roofing
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15 N. E. 17th Terr. Telephone 2-3429
PAINTING
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PLUMBING
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Phone 7-2313 120 N. W. 53rd St.
A. L. MERRIFIELD
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Repairs and Septic Tank Work
All Work Guaranteed
25 TEARS' experience: large and
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Phone 4-4804. Agent will call.
RUG CLEANING
HA'WKINS RUQ CLEANERS
Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Repaired
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Licensed Contractors
Phone 4-6060
DANCING INSTRUCTION
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DOOR, Windows, all sizes; steel
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soil pipe and fittings.
SCOTT AND WHITTAKER
Wrecking and Salvage Contractors
3100 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 3-4115
TED HILL'S
School of DancingStaff of expert
teachersall types of dancing taught
Johnny Martin of New York and
Bill Knipper of Cincinnati, in
charge of tap dancing.
EDNA MOORE
formerly of London and New York
in charge of ballet, toe, acrobatic,
classic and reducing.
Lome Kincaid of New York, ad-
vanced acrobatic, adagio and
modernistic dancing.
Private and class Instruction dally or
evenings. Phone 8-4322, 206 N. B.
14th St., at Second Avenue.
JEW NAMED TO
EGYPT SENATE
Cairo, (WNS)Asian Cattauri
Bey, prominent Jewish business-
man, has been appointed to the
Egyptian Senate by King Farouk
to succeed his father, H. E. Jos-
eph Cattaui Pasha, who resigned
because of ill health. The new
senator is the oldest son of the
Pasha, who is a former minister
of finance and president of the
Jewish community of Cairo.
Mme. Cattaui Pasha is first
lady-in-waiting to Queen Fazi.
Another son of the Pasha, Rene
Cattaui Bey, is the only Jewish
member of the Chamber of Depu-
ties. Senator Cattaui Bey was
formerly general secretary of the
State Domains Administration.
For several years he served as
Kovernment commissioner of the
National Bank of Egypt. He will
he the only Jewish member of the
Senate but the fourth Jew ap-
pointed by the royal court since
the institution of a full parliamen-
tary regime in Egypt.
O, ISRAEL!
HATE JEWS ON
RACIAL GROUNDS
London, (WNS)Impla c a bl e
hatred of the Jews on religious
rather than racial grounds is a
basic tenet of the program of the
Spanish State (Fascist) Party, it
is announced in a manifesto pu>
lished at Pamplona, Spain, accord-
% to a dispatch from Reuters,
Agency.
"Precisely because we are not
racialists and do not recognize
values of blood but of the spirit,"
the manifesto declares, "we are
essentially and fundamentally ene-
mies of thsj Jews. Jews are ene-
mies of the church and of Roman
civilization." One manifesto re-
jects anti-Jewish legislation pre-
dicated on eugenic and political
grounds but proposes measures
akin to the Inquisition and mass
expulsion like that of 1492.
(BY HERMAN BERNSTEIN)
Twenty-four years ago, this
piece was written by Herman
Bernstein, noted author and U. S.
diplomat, for The Independent, a
literary weekly. Its sentiments
are appropriate today when Jew-
ish leadership, so much needed, re-
mains a matter of selfish contest-
ing and argument.
Listen to the voice of Herman
Bernstein, now in the grave,
sound a warning and a plea!
THE EDITOR
A nation of leaders with no one
to lead; a nation of dreamers, a
nation of practical men; though
small in numbers, yet your finan-
ciers often decided the destiny of
nations, your poets and prophets
have inspired the world, your
tradesmen are perhaps more cun-
ning, your millionaires perhaps
more ostentatious, your poor
starve more wretchedly you
great, ideal, practical, eternal
wandererIsrael! O Israel!
Blesed and cursed, you who have
given to the world your saints and
your prophets, true and false,
your heroes and your traitors,
great and small.
O nation of leaders with no one
to lead; you whose consciousness
was steeled in the fires of hate
and whose hearts remained tender
despite the prejudice and cruelty
of centuries; you who as a pitiful
wanderer have begged for the
right to live; you who have been
hated, feared by the envious; you
who are loved or merely tolerated
because you are weak; you who,
armed with the Bible and the Tal-
mud, have passed unscratched
through the furnace of supersti-
tion.
You whose bankers preach to
you, and whose preachers bank on
youon the "Jewish question,"
the eternal Jewish question, a
football for friend or foe, kicke-"
and tossed from side to side with
mercy and without.
O weak-willed, weary, tenacious
Wanderer, O nation of 'leaders"
With no one to lead!
Some send you West, some drive
ITALY BANS
JEWISH TEACHERS
Rome, (WNS)Orders for the
dismissal of all Jewish teachers
from the Italian public and high
schools have been issued by Minis-
ter of Education Guiseppe Bettai.
fhe dismissals take effect October
1st with the opening of the new
school year. In instructions sent
to school principals, Bettai an-
nounced that in the future all
candidates seeking school jobs
must present documentary proof
that they are not Jewish. Provis-
ion is made for exemptions in
cases where the applicant or his
family posses "particular national
merit." fhe text of Bettai's or-
der reads as follows.
"The posts of assistant instruc-
tors and instructors of the royal
institutes, high schools, artistic
institutes and governmental gram-
mar schools cannot be given to
pedagogues of the Jewish race. To
this end, royal educational super-
intendents and principles of the
royal institutes must receive from
all aspirants a written, signed
statement that they do not belong
' to the aforesaid race before ac-
cepting a position as instructor or
assistant."
This order means the complete
exclusion of Jews from the teach-
ing profession as all appointments
are renewable annually. A pre-
vious order by the ministry of ed-
ucation had excluded foreign Jews
from Italian schools and universi-
ties.
VETERANS URGED
TO AID JEWRY
you East, some draw you back to
your cradle, others plead with you
that you forget your mother. O
pitiful, strong, stiff-necked wan-
derer, Israel!
You' who have been crucified
for centuries, though you bear the
undeserved stigma of the most
tragic crucifixion in history; last
for war and first for peace; a
stormy petrel; the barometer of
history; sometimes a hero, some-
times a clown, always a martyr;
ever organizing, ever preaching
solidarity, yet none so helpless,
Columbus, Ohio, (WNS)Ad-
dressing the national encampment
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, director of
the National Conference of Jews
and Christians, urged the veterans
to promise the Jews that "the
United States will be kept one
island safe from the troubled sea
of persecution, hate, contempt and
untruths, a land free from anti-
Semitism, a stronghold of spirit-
ual decency."
A plea for free speech for Fas-
cists, Communists and Nazis was
made by Herbert Bayard Swope,
former managing editor of the
New York World. Declaring that
"they convict themselves out of
their own mouths," Swope said "is
there is such magic in Comumnism
or in Nazism or in Fascism that
they must be feared? I don't
think so. I think they are a sor-
did, frowsy, unhappy mode of life,
and- that a comparison with the
American system will show up
their viciousness and slavery."
ARABS AND JEWS
EXCHANGE VIEWS
so disorganized; torn asunder from
within and from without.
O nation of leaders with no one
to lead! Some would awaken in
you haughty pride because of
your past; others preach to you
humiliation, oblivion, self-destruc-
tion; some rouse you, others lull
you to sleep; some attack you as
if you were not human, others sing
your praises as though you were
divine; some attack you for your
"separatism." others drive you t-
"separatism," others drive you to
O chosen people, chosen for suf-
fering, marked for derision, even
for slaughteryou who are as
good as the rest and as bad as
the rest!
Can you find your way amidst
the tumult and chaos created by
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., (WNS)
The struggle for democratic
rights can be a common meetir-r
ground for Jews and Arabs in Pal-
estine, representatives of the two
races declared during a discussion
of minority preblems at the sec-
ond World Youth Congress. Raif
Khuri, Palestine Arab, expressed
himself as favoring complete
rights for the Jews in Palestine
as a democratic minority'but cau-
tioned them against becoming the
"tools" of British imperialism and
thus coming into conflict with the
"basic hopes and ideals" of the
Arabs and endangering their own
best interests. Jewish rights,
Khuri said, can be guaranteed only
by the fullest cooperation with the
Arabs for the Jews have as much
to fear as the Arabs from "their
British protectors."
Maurice Bouckstein, represent-
ing the Palestine League of Na-
tions Society, denied that Pal*"-
tine's problems can be interpreted
as simply "a clash between Jew-
ish and Arab nationalism." He
insisted the problem was in reality
a clash "between progress and
the status quo." Declaring that
the "Jewish people have no quar-
rel with the Arab people," Bouck-
stein recalled previous Arab rec-
ognition of the Zionist movement
and said that the Jews in Pales-
tine practiced the fullest demo-
cracy, in contrast with tha undem-
ocratic hierarchy of Arab society.
your counsellors, your organizers,
your well-wishers, your destroy
ers, O nation of leaders wtth no
one to lead?
Do the leaders of 'Israer and
foes of Israel realize what they
are doing with the clay and the
spirit that have been moulded,
through the bonfires of persecu-
tions and martyrdom, by the host
of great thinkers and dreamers
and reformers since tha time of
Moses to this day?.


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THE JEWISH FLOUIDIAlf
FRIDAY, AUttPBT 86. ina

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CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
32C Jefferaan Avnua
Phona 6-112S
MAURICE a. MAMCHEB, Cantor
726 Meridian Avanua
'Phona B-801S
DIVINE SERVICES
Due to the extensive building
going on in the new synagogue in
preparation for the High Holy
Days, services will be held in the
old synagogue and Hebrew School
building for the next few weeks.
Already installed in the new sy-
nagogue are the Sisterhood book
case, the foundation for the Holy
Ark and Beema.
Services are Held daily at 8:00
in the mornings and at 6:30 in the
evenings. Sabbath services: Fri-
day evenings at 6:IB; Saturday
morning at 8:30 and Saturday af-
ternoon at 6:15.
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach
this Saturday on "A New Month."
At Shalosh S'oodoss he will speak
on the "Portion of the Week."
Cantor Mamches will chant the
services.
XXX
HABANOTH
The Miami Beach Habanoth are
planning a picnic to be held at
Greynold's Park. The group will
be under the care of Rabbi and
Mrs. Mescheloff. Food will be
supplied by the girls.
XXX
BOY SCOUTS
The Boy Scout Troop meets
every Tuesday evening at the He-
brew School building. Those wish-
ing to join come to this meeting.
XXX
RABBI IN CHARGE OF
MILITARY FUNERAL
Rabbi Mescheloff, in the absence
of the Commander of the Jewish
War Veterans, was in charge of
the military service conducted on
Wednesday in honor of Harry Ros-
enthal, World War Veteran.
A firing squad from the nation-
al guard and a bugler from the
Harvey Seeds Post assisted the
Freda Markowitz Post of the J.
W. V., in the ceremony. Louis
Auerbach and Jules Weiss were
the color guard. Henry Bulbin
and Harry Rubin were the honor
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guard. Pallbearers were Rudy Ad-
ler, Sidney Palmer, Elry Stone,
Marvin Bronner, Jack Greene and
Donald Lavigne. Senior Comman-
der, Harry Markowitz and the
Chaplain, Rabbi Mescheloff con-
ducted the ceremony.
May God console the bereaved
family and friends.
XXX
REFUO 8HLAYMO
A speedy recovery to health we
wish for Mr. Harry Leavitt at the
Alton Road Hospital, member;
and for Mrs. Dubler, Sisterhood
member and sister-in-law of our
President, Mr. M. B. Frank.
XXX
SUNDAY SESSIONS
The program of this coming
year's Sunday morning sessions of
our Hebrew School will be discus-
sed next week by Attorney A L.
Mechlowitz, Rabbi Mescheloff and
the Board of Education of which
Mr. Spivack is chairman.
We need a staff of teachers. A
satisfactory salary is paid. Those
suitable for the position and de-
siring to apply, please call the
Rabbi.
ST. PETERSBURG
Miss Miriam Miller has just re-
turned to the city after vacation-
ing in New York City and Miami
Beach. She is now at her Pass-a-
Grille Beach home, with Miss Flor-
ence Cohen as her house guest.
Mr. Louis Blumberg is conval-
escing at the Shower Club at Ma-
deria Beach after a short illness.
Mrs. May Benjamin, with Mrs.
A. Mershen of Tampa, is vaca-
tioning at Miami Beach.
The Misses Irene Jacobs, Hazel
Abrams and Esther Moed have
just returned from Miami Beach
where they have been vacationing.
Mr. Jerome "Shorty" Silverman
will soon be leaving for Chicago
for the playoff for the Softball
national championship. Mr. Sil-
verman is a member of the all-
star local team, which has just
won the state championship.
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BRIEFS
By E. ALBERT PALLOT
When is a secretary not a sec-
retary. When the president does
his work is the correct answer.
If half the energy were shown
by our good B'nai B'rith members
in doing work for the Lodge as is
shown in trying to be named del-
egates to Conventions, our Lodge
would be the leading Lodge in the
country.
We're told the Convention of the
State Lodges at West Palm Beach
will be full of fireworks, and the
Big Berthas will start their bom-
bardments at the very first ses-
sion. Some of the boys with long
speeches on their chests who had
no chance to make themselves
heard at Orlando are going to let
loose no matter what happens. So,
whether you're a delegate or not,
don't miss the Convention on Sep-
tember 4th and 5th.
They tell us Elry will ghost
write your speeches for a small
charge if you let him know in
time. And Elry knows his stuff
too.
There'll 'be no social meeting of
the Lodge this month because of
the preparations for the Conven-
tion but the members will get the
benefits by an extra good time
later in the season.
Will Rudy go bare-footed to the
B'nai B'rith Lodge because he i:
a silent worker and does not mak<
speeches, or is this true only in
Detroit.
"Doc" Coret has not yet started
to collect a "slush" fund for elec-
tion purposes though several will
be glad to undertake the job. If
you don't know "Doc" is a candi-
date for the office of President of
the State Federation on a "New
Deal" platform.
Who's going to chaperone the
Miami delegation this trip. On
the Orlando trip our Chaperone
needed one herself.
Student Union Work policies
will be laid out at the West Palm
Beach Convention. Not "laid out"
us the undertaker terms it, we
hope.
Congratulations to Leo who an-
nounces his engagement this week.
We knew this good-looking, genial
Ben Brith couldn't hold out much
longer. Wonder how "Harry"
holds out so successfully.
We need a lot of new members
this coming year. Sholem Lodge
should set itself the goal of one
thousand members on its roster
for the installation of its next set
of officers. It can be done, only
and when our members will real-
ize that the greater our member-
ship roster the more successful a
factor will B'nai B'rith become in
insuring the rights of Jewry to
the pursuit of life, liberty and the
enjoyment of happiness.
They tell us that "Secretary
Sid" is getting a set of "late"
notes printed up which he will get
his "daddy" to sign before the
next meeting so we won't have to
hold the meeting up to listen to
the excuse each time.
"Matty" Bandler certainly is on
the job all the time when it comes
to keeping posted on things af-
fecting our rights as citizens.
More power to him. Thanks for
the last clipping.
A strong State Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges is absolutely
essential. The coordination of
State Lodges would help materi-
ally to formulate definite con-
structive policies. A strong Fed-
eration would help us to meet ex-
isting conditions. Our Student
Union work, requires a definite
head, someone who would be des-
ignated responsible to the Feder-
ation. Heretofore it has been
more of a hit and miss proposi-
tion. We need a closer tie-up be-
tween the State Lodges to assist
our anti-Defamation committee.
Tampa Notes
(Continued from Page Four)
and Roy Solomon, William Osier
Sam Hyman and Jack Rosenberg!
Soaked Plant Field was the
scene of the recent A. Z. A.-Merrt.
fellows diamondball game in which
the Merryfellows team came out
on the better end of a 11-10 score.
Leo Hirsch and Jack WeissmB
pitched and Simon Schwartz
caught for the Merryfellows.
Pitching for the A Z. A. team wu
William Oster and Sol Kotler with
Lester Leibovitz catching. Aa-
other A Z. A.-Merryfellows game
is scheduled for the near future.
Speaking of State Federations,
I wish someone prior to the State
meeting would really construe
some of the provisions of our con-
stitution. Those of our members
who helped draw the constitution
differ completely as to its inter-
pretation. It is important that
we familiarize ourselves thor-
oughly with its provisions because
then only will we be appraised of
our complete rights.
The Merryfellows Club will hold
their first dance of the current
social season September 13th at
Forest Hills Country Club. Mueie
will be furnished by Rex McDon-
ald and his band. An interesting
and entertaining program is being
arranged by the dance committee,
which is headed by Sam Verkanf
and includes Sol Fleischman, Mil-
ton Bokor and Fred Poller.
The smart money is being placed
on Dr. Frank Coret as the next
president of the Florida State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Frank's work really merits the po-
sition and he deserves to head the
Federation. Frank recently re-
marked to the writer that he owes
his success in life to his hard
work, to the hour and a half he
put in while a young man. So
did Clarence Darrow.
FLASH. Bigger and better
speeches. Brother Ike Levin, sec-
ond vice-president of the Fifth
District, accompanied by Brother
Ben Le Vine, the spark-plug of
Sholem Lodge and the best treas-
urer we ever had, is going to trav-
el throughout the State and Dis-
trict speaking before the various
B. B. Lodges. I wonder if he will
practice his speeches on us. More
power to you Ike. Incidentally
more work.
Since when is dual membership
permitted? Genial Ike Levin,
past president of Sholem Lodge,
is not only a member of our Lodge
but an honorary member of Roa-
noke, Virginia, Lodge.
Through inadvertance I omitted
Matty Bandler, of the June Dairy
Bandlers, as one of the guest t* 1-
umnists. Swell guy this Bandler
and a swell worker for our Lodge.
Thanks!
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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLOUIDIAlf FRIDAY, AUttPBT 86. ina %  I 1 CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 32C Jefferaan Avnua %  Phona 6-112S MAURICE a. MAMCHEB, Cantor 726 Meridian Avanua 'Phona B-801S DIVINE SERVICES Due to the extensive building going on in the new synagogue in preparation for the High Holy Days, services will be held in the old synagogue and Hebrew School building for the next few weeks. Already installed in the new synagogue are the Sisterhood book case, the foundation for the Holy Ark and Beema. Services are Held daily at 8:00 in the mornings and at 6:30 in the evenings. Sabbath services: Friday evenings at 6:IB; Saturday morning at 8:30 and Saturday afternoon at 6:15. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach this Saturday on "A New Month." At Shalosh S'oodoss he will speak on the "Portion of the Week." Cantor Mamches will chant the services. XXX HABANOTH The Miami Beach Habanoth are planning a picnic to be held at Greynold's Park. The group will be under the care of Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff. Food will be supplied by the girls. XXX BOY SCOUTS The Boy Scout Troop meets every Tuesday evening at the Hebrew School building. Those wishing to join come to this meeting. XXX RABBI IN CHARGE OF MILITARY FUNERAL Rabbi Mescheloff, in the absence of the Commander of the Jewish War Veterans, was in charge of the military service conducted on Wednesday in honor of Harry Rosenthal, World War Veteran. A firing squad from the national guard and a bugler from the Harvey Seeds Post assisted the Freda Markowitz Post of the J. W. V., in the ceremony. Louis Auerbach and Jules Weiss were the color guard. Henry Bulbin and Harry Rubin were the honor E V&M A!RCOt*?I29N0> guard. Pallbearers were Rudy Adler, Sidney Palmer, Elry Stone, Marvin Bronner, Jack Greene and Donald Lavigne. Senior Commander, Harry Markowitz and the Chaplain, Rabbi Mescheloff conducted the ceremony. May God console the bereaved family and friends. XXX REFUO 8HLAYMO A speedy recovery to health we wish for Mr. Harry Leavitt at the Alton Road Hospital, member; and for Mrs. Dubler, Sisterhood member and sister-in-law of our President, Mr. M. B. Frank. XXX SUNDAY SESSIONS The program of this coming year's Sunday morning sessions of our Hebrew School will be discussed next week by Attorney A L. Mechlowitz, Rabbi Mescheloff and the Board of Education of which Mr. Spivack is chairman. We need a staff of teachers. A satisfactory salary is paid. Those suitable for the position and desiring to apply, please call the Rabbi. ST. PETERSBURG Miss Miriam Miller has just returned to the city after vacationing in New York City and Miami Beach. She is now at her Pass-aGrille Beach home, with Miss Florence Cohen as her house guest. Mr. Louis Blumberg is convalescing at the Shower Club at Maderia Beach after a short illness. Mrs. May Benjamin, with Mrs. A. Mershen of Tampa, is vacationing at Miami Beach. The Misses Irene Jacobs, Hazel Abrams and Esther Moed have just returned from Miami Beach where they have been vacationing. Mr. Jerome "Shorty" Silverman will soon be leaving for Chicago for the playoff for the Softball national championship. Mr. Silverman is a member of the allstar local team, which has just won the state championship. Drama. Color. Interest Tire Jewish Festivals by HAYYTM KHAUSS Oh ror**l dorfiJ, tlmptrlrmyd, $2.50 r*. UNION cmt GEBGATIONSTH1 JEWISH WSnVALS -UtAi CawChat GREYHOUND LINES GUTHOUVD TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOB CORRECT BUS INFORMATION Dk C 1 C1 9 ALL NORTHBOUND BU88B6 LEAVE FROM *• O'lOlA 515 Washington Avenue B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS By E. ALBERT PALLOT When is a secretary not a secretary. When the president does his work is the correct answer. If half the energy were shown by our good B'nai B'rith members in doing work for the Lodge as is shown in trying to be named delegates to Conventions, our Lodge would be the leading Lodge in the country. We're told the Convention of the State Lodges at West Palm Beach will be full of fireworks, and the Big Berthas will start their bombardments at the very first session. Some of the boys with long speeches on their chests who had no chance to make themselves heard at Orlando are going to let loose no matter what happens. So, whether you're a delegate or not, don't miss the Convention on September 4th and 5th. They tell us Elry will ghost write your speeches for a small charge if you let him know in time. And Elry knows his stuff too. There'll 'be no social meeting of the Lodge this month because of the preparations for the Convention but the members will get the benefits by an extra good time later in the season. Will Rudy go bare-footed to the B'nai B'rith Lodge because he i: a silent worker and does not mak< speeches, or is this true only in Detroit. "Doc" Coret has not yet started to collect a "slush" fund for election purposes though several will be glad to undertake the job. If you don't know "Doc" is a candidate for the office of President of the State Federation on a "New Deal" platform. Who's going to chaperone the Miami delegation this trip. On the Orlando trip our Chaperone needed one herself. Student Union Work policies will be laid out at the West Palm Beach Convention. Not "laid out" us the undertaker terms it, we hope. Congratulations to Leo who announces his engagement this week. We knew this good-looking, genial Ben Brith couldn't hold out much longer. Wonder how "Harry" holds out so successfully. We need a lot of new members this coming year. Sholem Lodge should set itself the goal of one thousand members on its roster for the installation of its next set of officers. It can be done, only and when our members will realize that the greater our membership roster the more successful a factor will B'nai B'rith become in insuring the rights of Jewry to the pursuit of life, liberty and the enjoyment of happiness. They tell us that "Secretary Sid" is getting a set of "late" notes printed up which he will get his "daddy" to sign before the next meeting so we won't have to hold the meeting up to listen to the excuse each time. "Matty" Bandler certainly is on the job all the time when it comes to keeping posted on things affecting our rights as citizens. More power to him. Thanks for the last clipping. A strong State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges is absolutely essential. The coordination of State Lodges would help materially to formulate definite constructive policies. A strong Federation would help us to meet existing conditions. Our Student Union work, requires a definite head, someone who would be designated responsible to the Federation. Heretofore it has been more of a hit and miss proposition. We need a closer tie-up between the State Lodges to assist our anti-Defamation committee. Tampa Notes (Continued from Page Four) and Roy Solomon, William Osier Sam Hyman and Jack Rosenberg! Soaked Plant Field was the scene of the recent A. Z. A.-Merrt. fellows diamondball game in which the Merryfellows team came out on the better end of a 11-10 score. Leo Hirsch and Jack Weissm B pitched and Simon Schwartz caught for the Merryfellows. Pitching for the A Z. A. team wu William Oster and Sol Kotler with Lester Leibovitz catching. Aaother A Z. A.-Merryfellows game is scheduled for the near future. Speaking of State Federations, I wish someone prior to the State meeting would really construe some of the provisions of our constitution. Those of our members who helped draw the constitution differ completely as to its interpretation. It is important that we familiarize ourselves thoroughly with its provisions because then only will we be appraised of our complete rights. The Merryfellows Club will hold their first dance of the current social season September 13th at Forest Hills Country Club. Mueie will be furnished by Rex McDonald and his band. An interesting and entertaining program is being arranged by the dance committee, which is headed by Sam Verkanf and includes Sol Fleischman, Milton Bokor and Fred Poller. The smart money is being placed on Dr. Frank Coret as the next president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Frank's work really merits the position and he deserves to head the Federation. Frank recently remarked to the writer that he owes his success in life to his hard work, to the hour and a half he put in while a young man. So did Clarence Darrow. FLASH. Bigger and better speeches. Brother Ike Levin, second vice-president of the Fifth District, accompanied by Brother Ben Le Vine, the spark-plug of Sholem Lodge and the best treasurer we ever had, is going to travel throughout the State and District speaking before the various B. B. Lodges. I wonder if he will practice his speeches on us. More power to you Ike. Incidentally more work. Since when is dual membership permitted? Genial Ike Levin, past president of Sholem Lodge, is not only a member of our Lodge but an honorary member of Roanoke, Virginia, Lodge. Through inadvertance I omitted Matty Bandler, of the June Dairy Bandlers, as one of the guest t* 1umnists. Swell guy this Bandler and a swell worker for our Lodge. Thanks! KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 87th Ft nr\A Normal Av"6 CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meata DEMAND TT TOM TOUR %  RLICATKSSEN %  IOVV oi ^iNABLt EVERYi.'ucoc IN PLORIDA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Caalarfr Uertas t j— l iaaa. III pah I esSBxr mi tanks la Ik ? IHHI O.. 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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1938 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID i 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi 1029 N. W. tat Street Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-217* LOUIS HAYMAN, Exec. See. 149 N. W. 6th Street Phone 2-5574 SABBATH SERVICE This coming Saturday during the services at 9:30, Ira, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kay, will become Bar Mitzvah. We extend our Mazel Tov and trust that Ira together with the other boys will continue their studies despite the generally accepted rule by parents and sons that once you become Bar Mitzvah you automatically cease Hebrew studies. Members and friends are invited to attend the services. XXX A WORD TO THE WISE Would that we could discuss at length the hollowness of modern professions among our Jews, the continuing danger from savage egotism, the unweakened necessity of Jewish solidarity. Suffice it to state that here in Greater Miami a much needed lesson of Jewish manliness is essential at this juncture of a false refinement, and an unprincipaled ambition on the part of some professionals (thank God a limited few) for social and economic status. Does not our silence and indifference give solace to the scoundrels and rascals we tolerate as company? Are we not afraid of the naked truth as of something refined? Have we not dressed her image up in so many circumlocutions and equivocations that we flee from her when she appears unveiled in the beauty of her purity? We claim the title of truth's guardian, we Jews! On what kind of terms are we living with candor and frankness in our social relationships? Not enough that petty business and professional considerations and effeminate society habits keep back from our lips the strong words we have almost unlearned to use, but we are trembling with redoubled apprehensions when it is our own foibles that are to be pointed out, dragged to the light, overwhelmed with righteous condemnation. It is the Gentile's judgment we are warned against affecting, but it is our own morbid sensitiveness, our own petty conceits around which we want drawn the protecting fence of a polite silence. To our mind, no greater injury could be inflicted by the presence of prejudice by the threats of exclusion, than if it wrought in our characters, in our moral lives the fearful havoc that springs from self-deception, from the festering and feeding of ulcers which should be cut out, no matter at what cost of pain and cannot afford to be silent in the presence of an evil! Our existence, our Jewish life in the community must totter if we remain silentLet us speak out! (Continuation in next issue.) xxx LEAGUE MANDATES COMMISSION ANALYZES PALESTINE SITUATION mortification—we I P ossih, e(Continued from Page 1) been less favorable for securing self-governing institutions. "The Mandates Commission observes that the Mandatory Power has already introduced certain reforms by the Royal Commission -and notes that the Mandatory Power intends to pursue the same policy as the circumstances permit. Lastly the Mandates Commission is informed that partition is still the solution which the Mandatory Power considers the best and most hopeful and that it has appointed a technical commission to study it. Needless to say the situation revealed by its survey caused the Mandates Commission the utmost concern. It hopes that the period elapsing before a final decision is made regarding the future status of the territory will be as short as All interests involve*) must suffer further from a continuation of the present state of uncertainty." SOCIETY HIGH HOLIDAY PLANS We urge our many friends to affiliate themselves with our congregation prior to the High Holidays. Why not become an active, counted sincere Jew by becoming a member of our institution? If you feel your tendencies and obligations are with some other congregation—join that congregation. Don't give that as an excuse in order to escape your responsibility! Join some synagogue or Temple! Surely you are constantly in need of the services of a synagogue or Rabbi either in case of joy or (Heaven forbid) sorrow, why not be man enough to admit it and perform your active duty to your God, Torah and people! Remember:—The High Holidays are fast approaching! Contact Mr. Mendel Scheinberg or Cantor Hayman for reservations. Reserve family pews so as to satisfy each member of your immediate family. Well are we in need of the true spiritual lessons to strengthen our outlook upon life today. Attend services regularly! xxx INSTITUTIONAL PLANS We are including in our curriculum for this year at our Sunday School, a special course in "Jewish Child Delinquency." We urge parents who think or imagine that they have "Problem.children" to please call our office for appointment to discuss their problems. Don't hesitate to do so, for your child's future welfare is at stake! THE WORLD'S WINDOW or a world %  -->— >p — •?-• ..., Ml — I HAVE YOU TRIED OUR DE LUXE ICE CREAM In Your Favorite SODA SUNDAE Factory-Filled Package ICE CREAM 20c Pt. 40c Qt. LAND-O-SUN DAIRIES. Inc. 1751 Coral Way Fresh Buttermilk 25c Gallon live in a static world and that the processes of historic change have been immeasurably accelerated in recent years. This Britain that will neither protect us today nor call for Jewish troops in Palestine to protect us and itself and civilization, will not be the Britain of tomorrow. There was a Britain that issued the Balfour declaration and wrote the Mandate. There was a world in which the Fascist powers of today were feeble defeated. There will be again in which they will be feeble or defeated, whatever sacrifices mankind must make to that end; there will then be a world again in which will re-arise the Britain that issued the Balfour Declaration and framed the Mandate. One thing must remain like a rock amid these changes—the will of the Jewish people toward its own destiny. Do not say: life is not safe in Palestine today. Say; the life of the Jewish people as a people is safe in Palestine alone and it will be forever safe there if my will is unbroken, if my sense of destiny keeps its unerring vision fixed on an unchanging goal. Do not forget that we have never yet succeeded in welding into one will the wills of all the Jews in the world. We have never yet as a whole people sought to wrench from hostile powers the fulfillment of our destiny. This is a year of crisis. That is true. But this is also a day and a year of decision. Like democracy, like Christianity, in the profound proverbs of the world, Zionism has never been tried. The Jewish people has never powerfully enough or organically enough willed its own destiny. The decision to exert that will is the road to redemption. Let us redeem ourselves and the people and despite powers and principalities, terror without and folly within. Ereta Yisrael will be redeemed and will be ours. HELP IS ASKED A four-year old Jewish girl who came to Miami sometime ago, totally unable to use her limbs, is now slowly recovering. The physician recommends the use of a tricycle to aid in her further recovery. The gift of such a tricycle will be a wonderful aid and greatly appreciated. Please call 2-3716. RETURN TO NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scheinbaum left the city for their home in Brooklyn, N. Y., following a six weeks visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Scheinbaum of Miami. SIXTH PALESTINE LECTURE HEARD The sixth symposium on Palestine was held last Saturday afternoon before the Spinoza Group. Quoting from Ludwig Lewisohn's article in the Jewish Floridian of August 19th, Dr. Wolfson said: "The lie rules the world. Lies are established as systems and made principles of action. Thus ihe racial theories of the Nazis now of the Italian Fascists are not errors but gross and wicked lies. The principle of the authoritarig a state 88 held in Germany ani Italy is not merely a passionate fallacy but a lie that flies in the face of both nature and history,. Another lie is that there is a n Arab-Jewish conflict. It corrode* and corrupts the public mind; it corrodes even the mind of certun Jews. There is no such thing as an Arab-Jewish conflict. Unleis there is a conflict between > gangster and his victims. Unless there is a conflict between peaceful citizens engaged upon great and beneficient tasks and the assassins and thieves who fall upon them." Miss Sarah Lightman told of her experience in Eretz, Israel. Her intimate talk made a deep impression upon the large audience. Next Saturday afternoon the Spnioza Group will meet, as usual, on the lawn at 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson will speak on Dr. Leon Pinsker's Auto-Emancipation. All are welcome. REV. MOSES TEITELBAUM Renowned Cantor, posses { sing splendid tenor voice, i formerly of Borough Park, j desires position for High Holy Days. Excellent references. ADDRESS 1329 E. First Ave. HIALEAH, FLA. LI n JOE REISMAN NOW LOCATED AT MERLIN'S KOSHER MARKET 320 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH WITH A FULL LINE OF THE FINEST STRICTLY KOSHER BEEF, VEAL, LAMB AND FRESH KILLED POULTRY jj PHONE 5-1570 FOR FREE DELIVERY Remember, very often "Child Delinquency" is due to the parental delinquency and should that be the case rest assured the parents will be told for their own good. We trust that this statement will not instil] fear, but, on the contrary, encourage them to take the neecssary steps to meet with us, and solve their problems. xxx CONDOLENCES We express our condolences to Mrs. Charles Marks and to the family at the untimely loss of their brother, Harry Rcsenthal. May his soul rest in peace! SAVE with SAFETY %  as Place Your Savings Where They Will Receive Federal Protection and a Good Return We Have Always Paid 4 On Savings EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO $5,000 PHONE 3-2652 mum SAVINS f&TGACI L0AXS DRDE FEOERRL SHViriGS QflD LOQn QSSOCIPTIOn OF mmmt Ground" Floor CmjriSI Bldq., 109 N. E. S.cond fly.. J. M. LIPTON, President



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti IFIciriidls&f] TVWUMXKD BTKBT RUOAT r. O. Box arts PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Saoond Avenua Phon.a 2-1141; 2-11 S3 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Mitor FRIED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Uinun —. ._._. aaMa aaattar July a. 1M0. at UM Poat Offiaa at Mtanl. %  tan* M •""* BDO-r th. Act of aUrca lilt. %  T prrERSUKG IUpra WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. 6CHREBNICK lUpnaanaatiTa I WRITE AS I PLEASE We're just wondering why it is that those who continually send in publicity about themselves always find an excuse for not subscribing to the paper, and always print cards instead of carrying a greeting in the Jewish Floridian. ORLANDO PORIS 8. HELLER K.prM.atatt'r* TAMPA MRS. JAT MARKOWITZ Icpraaantativa SUBSCRIPTION %  U MU> Qm Taar -— _|l.e H.at FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1938 VOLUME 11—NUMBER 33 Why is it that men who preach ethical conduct fall by the wayside when their own selfish interests are concerned; and why some men who are cautious about signing business papers don't hesitate to lend their names to obtain positions for men who lend everything but credit to the Jewish name. THE CHRSTIAN INDEBTEDNESS TO JEWRY COMMUNAL RESPONSIBILITIES The sooner a Jewish community or portion thereof becomes endowed with a consciousness of its communal responsibilities, the sooner will that community become an integral part of Jewry, and will help in the perpetuation of Jewish traditions and ideals. We say this because of certain occurrences in the Miami %  i ea during the past several weeks. Many of the individual members of the Jewish community of Greater Miami have not realized that the Jew in particular is not an individual in and for himself. They have not yet understood that throughout the ages, the Jewish people as a whole have been made responsible for the behavior of the individual Jew. Individuals, after all, when grouped together form communities. When these individuals are devoid of communal responsibility the group they have formed must necessary also fail to possess a sense of responsibility. When these individuals gather to promote what they believe to be the welfare of the.group they have organized, lacking this sense of communal responsibility they do not hesitate to employ methods which the rest of the citizenry must necessarily condemn. This lack of understanding of duties result in such incidents as that of recent weeks when non-Jews were called and told that unless they purchased tickets for a benefit for a Jewish organiation they would be boycotted in their business by all of the Jewish community. The same lack of responsibility causes the employment of professional solicitors who stop at nothing to try and attempt to obtain business for themselves. The use of the names of the spiritual leaders of the community means but little to them if by its use they can obtain a dollar here and there, though they have thus destroyed in a few minutes the respect that spiritual leaders should be held in. It is the same lack of responsibility which causes men to engaee in and establish mushroom synagogues regardless of what the effect of such a venture may be. Our individual or organizational self interests must be held in check by the far greater duty to the Jewish people as a whole. Will there be an abundance of mushrooom synagogues in this area this year or will we be spared the plague on this occasion. Perhaps if the leaders of this community, lay and spiritual would speak out in unmistakable terms this ill would once and for all be abolished. Why Be Old-Fashioned and Make Enemies? T HE considerate, careful individual will use the Jewish New Year issue of the Jewish Floridian to extend greetings to his friends everywhere and not use the archaic method of sending greeting cards. Thus you will not overlook a friend and make an enemy I *%  T HE Jewish Floridian is the only proper medium to greet your friends. It is with you fiftytwo weeks of fhe year, a tried and true servant, not a fly-by-night, irresponsible, here now and gone tomorrow, money raising stunt 1 Phone 2-1141 and we will be Happy to Serve You Why is it that a splendid Jewish custom has been completelyignored and forgotten in this area. Time there was when an illness of a dear One would bring a contribution to charity or other worthy cause. If there was a birth in the family there was another opportunity when charity, the synagogue or other worthy institution was the recipient of a fair contribution. And so on, down the line. Today there's shopping when Rosh Hashono comes along, there's even shopping when a Bar Mitzvah is held. It's no longer how much can we give, but how little can we get away with. It's about time that every Jewish institution be made to realize that the contemptible practice of getting professional agents. Jews and non-Jews to go out for ads, for programs, or to sell tickets will be opposed by every right thinking Jew this year. The people of this community are entitled to know the money they contribute goes direct to the cause they want to help and that not one penny goes for commissions or other such expenses. The spectacle of non-Jews using Jewish names calling for a Jewish institution and threatening non-Jews with boycotts unless they buy tickets or take ads in programs is revolting to everyone—and will bring about an unusually determined stand to refuse to aid any institution which will use such methods. The Jewish New Year in 1938 comes at a time of such suffering for the Jewish people in many parts of the world that I am prompted to send a message of sympathy and fellowship, I am confident that in doing so I voice the deep feelings of countless other Christians in America. A Christian who on such an occasion as this has the privilege o' speaking to Jewish friends must first of all, acknowledge his indebtedness to the spiritual heritage of the Hebrews. We Christians have inherited the ethical and religious insights of Israel, and hold them in common with you. We hold them with a difference, it is true—at one point with a momentous difference—but we always remember that the hisHebrew people. toric roots of our faith are in the From Israel we inherit the Ter Commandments, which are still the basic moral standards of Christendom. From Israel we inherit the priceless treasure of the Psalms, which are an essential part of Christian worship around the world. From Israel we inherit the vision of social justice which has come to us through j Amos and Isaiah and Micah. From 1 Israel we inherit even our own unique Christian classic, the New Testament, which from the Gospel of St. Matthew through the Epis ties of St. Paul to the Revelation of St. John was written by Jews. Any thoughtful Christian may also be conscious of a present spiritual kinship with his Jewish neighbors to whom their religious heritage is still a vital force. That kinship is grounded in our common faith in the ultimate moral and spiritual foundations of the universe. Over against those who adhere to a materialistic philosophy of life and a mechanistic conception of human destiny, we recognize ourselves as at one with you in the first sublime affirmation of the Pentateuch, "In the Beginning God." Why will not people realize that Federation is for their own benefits and that local organizations are actually part of the community and not independent in every sense of the word. Can they not realise that there are other equally worthy institutions who need to prosper and that when people are trained to giveate one cause, eventually they are trained to give to all. Cannot the greatest good for the largest number be the determining factor in the discharge of our duties to the community rather than a desire to live for and within a restricted group. Will people never learn that the individual who really serves the community does not go about boasting of what he has done and seeks jobs solely on his merit and not because of a service to the community. Can we not realise that using pressure of the Jewish Without such a faith men are like rudderless ships, headed nowhere. For, if the world goes all by chance or is governed by blind forces which care nothing for what we cherish most, then we are left with a profound disbelief in life itself and there is no real bulwark against cynicism and despair. But over against such disillusionment Christian and Hebrew stand together in their belief in the one Holy God who is the Creator of all and whose righteous will gives meaning and direction to life. The divine summons to the Hebrew people is a summons with which Christians also identify themselves as something of transcendent importance to the world: "Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God is one God; and thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart and with all thy soul and with all thy might." A Christian who knows anya word of confession. For he canthing of history must also speak not help recalling how grievously the Jewish people have suffered at the hands of men who have called themselves Christians. The historical record of the treatment of Jews in Europe through long centuries is one which Christians of today view with penitence and name for the purpose of obtaining jobs for unworthy individuals does the Jewish people an irreparable injury. sorrow. One has also regretfully to admit that the day of cruel treatment of the Jew's by tnany who are called Christians is not yet a thing of the past. The news which comes from Germany and Poland and Roumania shows how persistent the spirit of anti-Semitism is. The best that a Christian can ray is that such treatment of the Jews is inherently ur^-Christian, contrary to the plain teaching of Jesus Christ. It must also be confessed that even in our own country there are small misguided groups who circulate statements that spread a poison of mistrust and hate which is antithetical to the true genius both of America and of the Christian religion. Happily, however, it can be asserted with confidence that any such intolerant attitude is opposed by the great bodies of Christians who are committed to the spirit of goodwill toward the men of every race and heritage. A Christian today must also recognize the practical interests which he shares in common with the Jewish people. If there was formerly any dougt on this point, the tragic events in Germany during the last five years must make the fact as plain as noonday. In that unhappy land the National So**/ list regime began by proclaiming itself the friend of what it called 'positive Christianity" and the enemy of the Jews. But everything which has happened since shows that what started as a move.nert against the Jews •urns cat to be a movement agains 1 Christianity also. Today in Germany (he whole future of Christianity ; as well as of the Jews is at stake. The new religious trend known a§. the "Germanic faith movement," under the leadership of anti-Semites like Alfred Rosenberg and Balfour von Shirach, denounces' Christianity as well as Judaism and would substitute for both a new religion based on German blood. This new of narrow racialism which scorns German creed asserts a doctrine Christianity as being of Jewish origin and tries to "Aryanize" the Church. Indeed the whole Nazi ideblogy discloses the fact that an attempt to de-Judaize a nation leads to de-Christianizing it also. In the face of the present situation we see more clearly that the ultimate foundation on which human freedom rests is religious faith—the conviction that there is a Divine Reality which is above all earthly powers. If there is no Divine Sovereignty to which a man owes supreme allegiance, then he is at the mercy of what-, ever human sovereignty sets it-, self up in the place of God. When Absolute that transcends all men no longer feel a loyalty to an earthly claims, they become victims of new Absolutes of nation, 1 race or class such as are bidding' for the support of mankind today. If men are to be free from earthly dictators they must know, in the depths of their souls, that there is a divine will above all human wills and that in the final choice they "must obey God rath-> er than men." It is that faith which throughout the centuries has been nurtured by the Hebrew and the Christian Scriptures. Upon that faith, whatever our other differences, we can take our stand together as we look out upon the J tragic state of th modern world.



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1646 8. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 911 & W. 13th Court; Phone S-t1t2 SCHEDULE OF 8ERVICE8 Dally: Shachrla at 8 a. %  >.; M India at 6:3* p. m ; Maarlv, 15 minutes alter sunset Sabbath serrlces: Friday evenlag at 6:30 p. m.; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 616 p. m. BENEFIT CARD GAMES A great card and bingo game is scheduled by the Ladies Auxiliary to take place on Sunday night, August 28th at 8:30 p. m., in the rooms and patio of the Y. M. H. A., 1667 Southwest Fifth Street. Many interesting and worthwhile features have been added to the customary program in order to insure an enjoyable evening for all. A committee of the ladies will be present to provide delicious refreshments and prizes of value will be awarded for high scores. The affair is arranged for the benefit of the Talmud Torah fund. The committees of arrangements consists of Mra. Chas. Tannenbaum as chairman and Mrs. S. Tannenbaum, Mrs. L. Kotkin, Mrs. N. Adelman, Mrs. S. Shulman, Mrs... M. Grossman and Mrs. L. Axelroad. XXX RABBI AND MRS. KELLNER VISIT BALTIMORE Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner accompanied by their son, Harold Nathan, have visited Baltimore, Md., and were received by their many friends of the Congregation Petach Tikvoh where Rabbi Kellner served formerly. While in Baltimore Rabbi Kellner addressed the Talmud class of the congregation which he organized in 1934. The Rabbi and his family are enroute to Passaic, N. J. where Rabbi Kellner will officiate at the wedding of his sister, Miss Irma Kellner, to Mr. Samuel Berg, of New York. XXX LADIES AUXILIARY A regular meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Ladies Auxiliary will take place on Tuesday night, August 30th in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. Mrs. Ida Buckstein will preside. XXX A REFUOH SHLEMO We extend very best wishes to our former president, Mr. Nathan Adelman who is recovering from a serious illness and we hope that the good Lord will grant him a speedy and complete recovery. We also pray for the Refuoh Shlemo of our dear member, Mrs. Philip Berkowitz who is convalescing after an operation. Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner who visited Mrs. Berkowitz in the hospital are happy to report that she is recovering steadily and sends regards to her many friends. XXX SHALOS SUDOS This coming Shabbos the Shalos Sudos will be donated by Mr. William Clein honoring the recent marriage of his daughter. nnutmi By HARRY SCHWARTZ INTER-CLUB SPELLING THIS WEDNESDAY BEE Attention you spelling fans. The event you have all been waiting for, our inter-club spelling contest, will take place Wednesday, August 31st, at the "Y" clubrooms at 8:16 p. m. Ten contestants from the Y. M. H. A., the Y. W. H. A., and Junior Y. M. H. A., will compete. The keen rivalry displayed in the past promises to outdo itself on this occasion. Valuable prizes will be awarded to the lucky contestants. Miss Ida Safer, past tist team at the Riverside Ball Park and slamming the ball all over the lot scored a 13 to 1 victory. In their own league the "Y" is sure of a playoff for the title. Watch this column and the daily papers for the dates of games. DRAMATIC CLUB Last Monday evening thirty-five members of the Junior Division formed a Dramatic Club, sponsored by our Executive Director. Every one present at this meeting was thrilled and inspired at the enthusiasm shown by the member* of this division after listening to an eloquent address by our Dramatic Coach. Miss Dorothy Lightman, who announced that casting will begin next Thursday, August 25th at 8:00 o'clock p. m. Present plans call for the pre sentation of two one-act plays in October. Members of this group will also be taught the art of makeup, managing and directing of plays and all other incidentals with or pertaining to "show business." Rehearsals will commence immediately after completion of casting. The executive director, in JACKSONVILLE Notes Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fletcher announce the birth of a daughter, Marilyn Leah, on Friday, August 12th, in St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Fletcher was formerly Miss Ann Coleman. president of Junior Hadassah; Leo Eisenstein of the B'nai B'rith coo P eration w j th Ml* Lightman. and Joseph Lipton of the Y. M. H. A. Governor's Club, will preside THE WORLD'S WffUOOW •+ -By LUDWIO LEWISOHN It is a commonplace to say that we are a very old people. Biologically we are, of course, no older than any other people. But it is true that the Jews who are alive today are the conscious participants of an historic process which extends to four millenia. At the center of this process stands the land of Palestine. The great myth of the beginning of the Jewish People is the myth of that people's marriage, as it were, to the land of Palestine. From that event arose the Jewish people as a people, even as the Greeks became Creeks only in and through the • onquest of the land since known as Greece and even as Germanic tribes became English only since and through the conquest of the land later to be forever known as r'ngland. Thus it is clear that our birth a-; a people, our becoming a people, was a normal process and was analagous to the process by which our peoples attained the superpersonality of their peoplehood. How tragically the analogy ends. The day came when we were driven forth from our land. But we had become a people in and thru that land. Hence Israelland— Eretz Yisrael—became for all the future ages, in forms that changed but according to a substance that did not change, the central theme and preoccupation of the people's entire apiritual life. Note how the centrality of Ereta Yisrael spans the centuries. Around the year 226 of the common era in the Persian city of Nehardes R. Shmuel declared: (Sanhedrin: F. 7b.) "Sufficient unto the sufferer that he has endured his rufferings." There is no comment save %  n the implications of the contest. The Babylonian Amoraim needed none. But seven-hundred and fifty years later Rashi comments on the saying as follows: "The suffering of exile suffices for redemption even without repentance." It is now nearly a thousand years since Rashi's day, and the sufferings of exile over half the earth are fiercer and more fiery than ever, more deeply cal culated than ever to cause redemption without teshuvah, without an n ntire return to good. Eretz Yisrael, in brief, is the center of the destiny of the Jewish people. And the problem before the world and, above all, before the Jewish people is whether that people has the power unwaveringly to will its own destiny and ro achieve its own redemption. The news from Palestine yesterday and today is enough to shake the stoutest heart. It may be so again tomorrow. The brilliant sincere and dangerous Jabotinsky thunders of civil war in Warsaw and his misguided followers add inner terrors to the outer ones. It must not matter. Nothing must matter. Nothing must he permitted to prevail for one moment for one hour, in the soul of any Jew against his share in the unbreakable will of the Jewish people toward ita own deatiny and its own redemption. And the name of that destiny and the name of that redemption have in all ages and are today one—one: the land of Israel. Let us remember that we do not (Continue* 1 on Page Six) as judges with a prominent Miamfan as tihe pronoun Jer Refreshments and entertainment will follow. RABBI KAPLAN TO ADDRESS MEMBERS The second in a series of cultural programs on the "Y" calendar is scheduled for Tuesday, August 30th at the "Y". Rabbi Kaplan will talk on "The Prophetic Movement in Ancient Isroel." In accordance with our. established custom, an open forum will follow. A fine musical program has been arranged. Refreshments will be served. ON THE CUFF IF YOU PLEASE Our Executive Director is a busy man these days. He has office hours every morning, excepting Saturdays and Jewish holidays from 9:00 until 11:00 a. m., and by appointment in the afternoon. If you have any problem concern ing the "Y" he will be glad to see you. plans to organize a dramatic frroup from members of the Senior Division. NEWS AROUND TOWN Aaron "Happy" Freilich and Isidore Kaplan, life members of the Y. M. H. A. Governor's Club left on an extended fishing and hunting trip up North. Good luck boys. Mrs. Samuel Rand left for her vacation last Wednesday, Milt Friedman was seen in Charleston, S. C, by Mr. and Mrs. Hy Schwartz newlyweds who just returned to Miami to make their home. Al Pallot is now making plans for his next year's vacation to Honolulu. Miss Minnie Sylvia Praissman of Camden, N. J., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Praissman, became the bride of Irving Silverstein of this city, in Philadelphia, Pa., on Thursday afternoon, August 18th, with Rabbi Oscar Levin officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father and was attended by Miss Corrine Praissman. Al Rosenberg of Jacksonville was the best man for Mr. Silverstein. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the Adelphia hotel. The couple then left for a wedding trip and after September 1st, will reside at 2813 Oak Street, Jacksonville. Out-of-town guests from this city were Al Rosenberg and Murray Hanken. The Daughters of Israel's annual beach pier dance was held Wednesday on the Jacksonville Beach pier. The chairman of the event was Mrs. I. Gartner, assisted by Miss Ethel Joel, refreshment chairman; Mrs. M. Wexler, and Mrs. Joseph Hackel. Senior Hadassah Chapter held their weekly bridge matches last Tuesday afternoon on the Jacksonville Beach Pier. Mrs. B. B. Bromberg directed the play. oza: a Life of Reason," by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. September 11th — Amateur Night. GLEE CLUB The Glee Club had its first rehearsal last Thursday under the able leadership of Jerry Bass. We look for big things from this group. Come and join the fun. Rehearsals are held every Ohursday night at 8:00 o'clock. YE OLDE FASHIONED PICNIC CARD AND BINGO PARTY ON SEPTEMBER FIFTH Joseph Syman, we salute you for undertaking this particular affair. The entire proceeds will be used exclusively to install a cooling system, chairs and tables. There will be prizes, souvenirs and refreshments. The small fee of 25c per person will be charged. Remember the date, Monday night September 5th at 8:30 p. m. Location, "Y" clubrooms. AND A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL The one and only professor—our own Leon Liberman, performed the task of Quiz Master very admirably. Questions on current events, science, literature, etc.. were propounded. As amazing as were some of the questions, was Miss Molly Apte who was announced the winner by the judge, Alvin Rosenfeld. Miss Ida Engler was second and Bernie Selevan ran third. Other contestants were Clarice Shier, Jesse Zimmerman and Jerry Bass. Nice work folks, let's have more. • DIAMONDBALL TEAM WINS IN GOLD BALL TOURNAMENT Last Tuesday the "Y" aggregation encountered the Central BapA real old fashioned basket party and picnic will be held on Monday, Labor Day, September 5th at Greynold's Park. This is an annual event and is sponsored jointly by the Y. M. and Y. W. Bring your own—is the order of the day. Nothing to buy. i Just a good old-fashioned "family reunion. Reserve this date and watch this space for more details in next week's issue. MUSIC CLUB Register now if you want to learn how to play an instrument. As soon as a sufficient number of members indicate their intention by registering, classes will begin. FIRST ANNUAL DANCE TO BE HELD SUNDAY DUES A word to the wise is sufficient. Current dues are now due and payable. Please see the executive director and get your bill. He will be pleased to give you a receipt for your money. REMEMBER THESE DATES Glee Club rehearsal every Thursday night at 8:00. August 28th^Junior "Y" dance at Odd Fellow's Hall. August 30th—Lecture, "Prophetic Movement in Ancient Israel" by Dr. Jacob Kaplan. August 31st—Spelling Bee—Inter-Club Contest. September 3rd—College Night. September 5th—Basket party and picnic at Greynold's Park. September 6th—Lecture, "SpinThe first annual dance and entertainment of the Junior Division of the Y. M. H. A., will be held Sunday evening, August 28th at the Odd Fellow's Hall. Music will be furnished by Jerry Bass and his seven piece orchestra. Features of the evening include a forty minute floor show and many novelty dances. Admission charged is only seventy-five cents per couple and tickets may be obtained from any member or at the "Y" clubrooms. In charge of arrangements is Miss Ray Shochet, chairman, assisted by Esther Shochet, Ethel Pont, Stanton Halpert and Hymen Merlin. DRAMATIC CLUB ORGANIZED At the regular meeting of the Junior Division held last Monday evening Miss Dorothy Lightman, well known dramatic coach, organized the Dramatic Club of the Junior Division and caating for the two plays to be produced in October was held Thursday evening. Announcement of the names of the plays and those taking part will be published in the next issue of the Jewish Floridian. All members who are interested in one phase or another of dramatics are requested to 'see Miss Lightman or to attend the Thursday evening meetings held at the "Y" chjbrooras.



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AUOU8T 28, 1938 ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED Of interest to the Greater Miami Jewish community is the announcement of the engagement of Miss Charlotte Zofnass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emit Zofnass of Roxbury, Mass., to Mr. Leo Robinson, president of the American Bank and Trust Company, vicepresident of Beth Jacob Congregation and active in local Jewish affairs since his arrival here several years ago. Miss Zofnass has been active in Jewish communal circles in Boston and Roxbury since hei* graduation from the University. The wedding will be an event of the early Fall. • • • JUNIOR HADASSAH TO HEAR SPEAKER Miss Sarah Lightman, who has recently returned from a two year stay in Palestine, will be the guest speaker at a meeting of Junior Hadassah, which will take place at the home of Mrs. Edward Barmen, 1642 Southwest Sixteenth Street, on Monday night, August 29th. The meeting will begin promptly at 8:00 p. m., and Hadassah members are urged to attend and invite their friends. Miss Lightman has been elected president of the New Bedford, Mass., chapter of Junior Hadassah, because of her varied experience in the work of this organization, and her close contact with the actual objectives of Hadassah. She has a personal acquaintance with Henrietta Szold and her messages from the Holy Land should be of deep interest to all who attend. • • • RADIO ADDRESS TO BE HEARD HERE Mrs. Arthur Brin, past president of the National Council of Jewish Women, who recently returned from a trip t Europe with the Sherwood Eddy group will be heard in a national radio address in a message to American Womanhood on "Impressions on the outlook of Peace in Europe." Locally this address will be broadcast over Station WIOD next Wednesday, August 31st from 1:15 to 1:30 p. in., o'clock, Eastern standard time. • • • VACATIONS IN NORTH Mr. Milton A. Friedman, prominent attorney and president of the Y. M. H. A., is vacationing in the North Carolina mountains after having visited friends in Charleston, S. C. He will attend the Southern District A. Z. A. Convention in Asheville, in his official capacity as adviser of the A. Z. A. Chapter of Miami, and will return to the city about September 1st WEDDING TAKES PLACE The wedding of Miss Mildred Clein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Clein, local communal workers, to Robert H. Rosenthal, of Omaha, Nebraska, took place at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman S. Jacobs. Among the out-oftown guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Clein, Mr. and Mrs. Milliard J. Clein of Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein, Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, Mr. Charles Goldstein and Miss Blanche Goldstein of Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Alex A. Ellison. Charleston, S. C; Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Newman, Richmond, fVa. CBoth the bride and groom were graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana, 111., in the class of 1937. Following the wedding reception Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal left for a honeymoon trip to Chicago and Canada and will arrive at their home in Omaha August 25th. TO HOLD BRIDGE PARTY The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will sponsor a benefit bridge and bunco party Sunday, August 28th at the Y. M. H.~ A. clubrooms, 1567 Southwest Fifth Street. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum, assisted by Mrs. S. Tannenbaum, Mrs. L. Kotkin, Mrs. N. Adelman, Mrs. H. Shulman, Mrs. M. Grossman and Mrs. L. Axelroad. Mr. S. Shindell will have charge of the card games. A buffet supper will be served. All members and friends are urged to attend as the proceeds will be donated to the Talmud Torah Fund. ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED Mrs. Flora Heimanson of Gainesville, Florida, is announcing the engagement of her daughter, Selma Regina, to Mortimer Bernard Weintraub, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weintraub of this city. Miss Heimanson attended school in Baltimore, Md., and has resided here for the past two years. Mr. Weintraub attended the University of Florida and Columbia University. The date for the wedding will be announced later. We Invite You to TUNE IN ON W. I. O. D. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30th FROM 8:15 TO 8:30 P. M. O'CLOCK For News of Unusual Importance *— %  4 ER I N C FRATERNITY TO HOLD BOAT RIDE The Florida chapters of Tau Epsilon Phi, largest Jewish social fratejnrty in (Lhe country, have completed plans for their annual T. E. P. boatride which will be held Thursday, September 1. Al Lehrman, of the Tau Alpha chapter at the University of Florida, and Maynard Abrams, of the Tau Xi chapter at the University of Miami are in charge of the event and have arranged a full evening of dancing, fun and refreshments for the members and their guests. The Biscayne will leave from Pier 5, City Yacht Basin at 8:30 p. m., Thursday, and all active and alumni members of the fraternity are asked to get in touch with either Lehrman or Abrams before Thursday. • • • IS PATIENT AT HOSPITAL Mrs. Morris Dubler, pioneer Jewish resident of this area and active in Jewish affairs is a patient at the Victoria Hospital. • • • CONCLUDES VACATION Mrs. Maurice Mamches and daughter returned to the city after visiting with her parents and friends in Birmingham, Ala. • • • RETURNS TO CITY Mr. Leo Robinson returned to the city following a vacation of several weeks spent in the North on a combined business and pleasure trip. • • • LEAVES FOR TRIP Mrs. Julius Simpson, prominent in local Jewish circles and a past president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, left Wednesday for New York City to attend the wedding of her niece. She will then return to Miami accompanied by her daughter, Norma, who has been spending a vacation in New York visiting relatives and friends. • • • BANKER IS ILL Mr. Nathan Rosen, prominent banker and chairman of the Board of Directors of the American Bank and Trust Company, is seriously ill at his home here. • • • SPECIAL BROADCAST TO BE HEARD The Southern Kosher Sausage Factory, Inc., is presenting a special broadcast over Station WIOD next Tuesday evening, August 30th from 8:16 to 8:30 o'clock when news of interest and speakers of prominence will be heard. • • • RETURN FROM NORTH Mrs. J. Atkins and daughter, Ruth, returned to the city after an absence of several weeks during which they visited in the New York and Carolina mountains. RETURN TO CITY Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper returned to the city last week following a visit to New York, Providence and other Northern cities on a combined business and pleasure trip. • • • LEAVES HOSPITAL Mrs. Philip Berkowitz who recently underwent a serious operation at the Mercy Hospital in Baltimore, was discharged from the hospital Wednesday. She will have Baltimore today to spend several weeks in Hendersonville, N. C, and will then return home to Miami. • • • CONGRESSIONAL NOMINEE TO BE GUEST SPEAKER Pat Cannon, Democratic Congressional nominee from the Fourth Florida Congressional District, will be the guest speaker at the Convention of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges at West Palm Beach September 4th and 5th. • • • FINAL DANCE TO BE HELD Miss Lillian Willens and oMnnice Raff, chairmen, have arranged for the final dance in the series sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Juniors, August 28th at the Royal Palm Club. Those eligible for the dance finals are Miss Betty Mae Bender and Victor Kahn; Miss Phyllis Sautag and Art Shanloff; Miss Dolly Selby and Jesse Kennel; Miss Eleanor Lustgarden and Morris Sher; Miss Jane Felelman and Sid Wagner; Miss Phyllis Salter and Stanley Levitch. There will be a third eliminations contest. The final winner will receive a silver loving cup. LEAVE FOR TRIP Mr. Max Mintzer a member of the Board of Directors of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation left this week on a combinedbusiness and pleasure trip to New York. He will return to the city in about two weeks. VISIS MIAMI Miss Lena Schemer and Miss Gertrude Goldblatt of Jacksonville are spending their vacation here as the house guests of Miss Mildred Berkowitz and will remain for several weeks visiting relatives and friends. LEAVES FOR VACATION Mr. Max R. Silver, a student in the Law Department of the University of Miami, will leave today for Jacksonville, Florida, where he will spend a vacation of several days enroute to Hendersonville, N. C, where he will spend a vacation of several weeks. DELEGATES ARE CHOSEN At a meeting of officers of the Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith held last Sunday the following delegates and alternates were chosen to represent the Lodge at the Convention of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges to be held at West Palm Beach on Sunday and Monday, September •lth and 5th. DELEGATES Elry Stone, E. A. Pallot, Benjamin Le Vine, Sidney L Segall, Nathan Adelman, J. Louis ShochDr. Frank Coret, Milton A. Friedman, I. Levin, A. Aronovitz, Harry et, Leo Eisenstein, R. R. Adler, Simonhoff, M. S. Bandler, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Carl Weinkle, Benjamin Bronston, Stanley C. Myers, Dr. Charles Werblow, William Friedman. ALTERNATES George Feuer, Marx Feinberg, M. J. Kopelowitz, Dr. A. E. Rosenthal, Sol Goldstrom, S. Halpert, Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi A. Kellner, Dr. Barney Weinkle, Harry Schwartz, Leon Stoller, I. L Minlzer, H. Butbin, Dr. Harold Rand, Joseph Lipton, Dr. Chas. Beckwitt, I. Zuckernick, George Goldberg, Norman Mirsky, Phil Berkowitz, Louis Hayman, Leo Stein and Burnett Roth. Matters of importance to Jewry throughout the state will be considered and acted on including anti-Defamation work. Student Union activities, legislation affecting Jewish rights and similar matters of interest. A number of men prominent in B'nai B'rith work in the District will address the Convention. WANTED Position as Mother's Helper, or care of invalid, by capable 18year-old Jewish girl References. Phone 2-3716 WATCH This Space L


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# ? Jems/i Florid tin i% VOLUME 11.— -HUMBER 38. GSSWM The Jewish Unity MIAMI, FLORIDA. PRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS JEWISH LEADER DIES IN CANADA Montreal, (WNS)—Samuel Jacobs, number one leader of Canadian Jewry and the first Jew elected to the Canadian House of Commons, died here at the age of 67. One of the key figures in the Liberal Party for more than a generation, he had been a member of Parliament since 1917 for the Cartier (Montreal) division. In recent years he had frequently been mentioned for a place in the Senate and the Cabinet. Born in Lancaster, Ontario, he was graduated from McGill University in 1893. Prior to his election to Parliament he was one of the most eminent lawyers of Canada. He was associated with the iate William Travers Jerome, acting for the Attorney-General of New York, in seeking the return to the United States of Harry K. Thaw, who had escaped from an asylum in New York in 1913. An uncompromising ohampion of Jewish rights, Jacobs was responsible for legislation in Quebec Province to remove disabilities against Jews in the schools and as regards marriage. Jacobs was president of the Canadian Jewish Congress, in the creation of which he was a prime factor; honorary president of the Canadian Jewish Immigrant Society; honorary vicepresident of the Jewish Publication Society of America; a director of the Jewish Colonization Association; and a former president of the Montreal Y. M. H. A. A former treasurer of the Montreal Bar Association, he was the representative of Quebec Province on the Council of the Canadian Bar Association. In 1986 he was awarded a medal by the late King George V on the occasion of the King's silver jubilee. %  Jacobs was the author of "The Railway Law of Canada" and a leading authority on Federal law. Prime Minister King declared Jacob's death was "a distinct national loss," while Robert Manion, leader of the Conservative Party, said his passing "was a loss to Canada as a whole." League Mandates Commission Analyzes Palestine Situation VETERANS WILL HAVE MONUMENT Detroit—A campaign to erect the first monument in the United States to American Jewish soldiers who laid down their lives in the wars of the Republic, will be launched at the 43rd Annual National Encampment of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, to be held at Detroit, MichSeptember second to fifth, it was announced this week by Samuel J. Leve, General Convention Chairman. The proposed monument is to be erected at Gettysburg, Pa., scene of the Battle of Gettysburg >n the Civil War, Mr. Leve said. Geneva, (WNS Palcor Agency) —The Permanent Mandates Commission of the League of Nations headed by Pierre Orts of Belgium this week made public its report on its survey of the Palestine situation together with the minutes of its sessions held in June in which it stated that Great Britain "still considers partition the best and most hopeful solution." Declaring that conditions revealed by its investigations of developments in Palestine caused it "the utmost concern," the Mandates Commission expressed the hope that the period before a final decision with regard to the future of the country is made will be as short as possible, as all interests involved must "suffer further from a continuation of the present state of uncertainty." The report of the Commission will be taken up by the Council of the League of Nations at its session on Friday, September 9th. In its comment on the disturbances the Commission's report stated that the British representative described the situation as equivalent to "a new •* %  *•-•**•."' The accredited representative of the Mandatory Power admitted, the report declared, "that events during the past year produced a transitional situation other than the transitional period the Royal Commission expected to elapse between the decisions it recommended and their practical application." While the Royal Commission believed that during the period of transition the present Mandate would continue as the governing instrument of the administration of Palestine, the Mandates Commission cannot "actually recognize its aplication. The Mandate has been partially suspended as events have prevented some of the fundamental objects of the Mandate from being carried out." Great Britain was obliged to prolong the period of limitation of Jewish immigration to "a greater extent than justified by the principle of absorptivity approved by the Council of the League of Nations." The situation also proved less favorable for establishing self governing institutions, the report says. The following is the text of the Mandate's Commission report: "The report on Palestine for 1937 submitted by the Mandatory Power makes clear the fact that the political situation has not emerged from the deadlock as the British representative characterized it one year ago. Throughout the year public order in Palestine was continually disturbed by attacks, intimidation and sabotage on the part of Arabs and on a few occasions these acts provoked Jewish reprisals. Violence increased month by month and spread farther across the country. More recently, however, order appears to have been established in Jerusalem and the disturbances occur TO HOLD EXAMS Merit System Examinations under the auspices of the State Welfare Board will be held in Miami on September 17th. Applications for this examination must be filed not later than September 1st in the headquarters of the State We-1 fare Board, Roberts Building, Jacksonville. These blanks may be secured from the local Welfare office at 31 Northeast First Street. The office here will be glad to answer any questions concerning the examination, Mrs. Bernard Simon, publicity chairman, states. now mainly in the northern part of the country. "The chief concern of the Mandatory Power is the restoration of order which, of course, is its primary duty.. It has applied itself to this task with a determination for which every credit is due, although its measure of success has not been commensurate with the effort it expended or the sacrifices it made. The Mandatory Power's accredited representative described the situation as a state of war, thus making clear the gravity of the attacks upon authority and the extent of the resources called into play for overcoming it. He also convinced the Mandate's Commission of the exceptional difficulties of this task owing to the physical position of the country and the lack of cooperation on the part of the Arabs either because of sympathy with the insurgents or because they have been terrorized by the threat of reprisals and also owing to the fact that the insurrection has received help from the outside. "Measures for the restoration of order constitute a heavy financial burden which necessitates interference with ordinary administrative activities. The accredited representative admitted that the year's events produced a transitional situation other than the transitional period the Royal Commission expected to elapse between the decisions it recommended and their practical application. The Royal Commission considered that during that period the present Mandate would continue as the governing instrument for the administration of Palestine. Actually, however, the Mandate Commission cannot recognize its application. The Mandate has now been partially suspended as events have prevented some of its essential objects from being pursued. Thus the Mandatory Power felt obliged to prolong the period for limiting Jewish immigration to a greater extent than justified by the principle of absorptivity approved by the Council of the League of Nations. Similarly the situation has (Continued en Page Six) PRESIDENT HAILS JEWISH SERVICE Detroit, (WNS) — American Jews "have played a great and commendable part in the defense of Americanism during the World War and prior wars, and have contributed much toward the development and preservation of the glory and romance of our country and our democratic form of government," President Roosevelt declared in a message to the 43rd national encampment of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States which is to be held in Detroit September second to fifth. Addressed to Harry H. Schaffer, national commander, and made public here by Samuel J. Leve, general convention chairman, the President's message read as follows: "It is with pleasure that I again greet the members of the Jewish War Veterans and all who participate in their 43rd national encampment. The American people need no reminder of the service which those of the Jewish faith have rendered our nation. It has been a service with honor and distinction. History reveals that your people have played a great and commendable part in the defense of Americanism during the World War and prior wars, and have contributed much in time of peace toward the development and preservation of the glory and romance of our country and our democratic form of government. On behalf of the American people I commemorate your loyal and commendable service and wish for you a happy and successful encampment." ROOSEVELT WILL T Manila, P. I., (WNS)—Instructions to admit 1,000 Austrian and German Jews to the Philippine Islands have been sent to American High Commissioner Paul V. McNutt by President Roosevelt. The refugees will be selected by the Hilfsverein der Juden in Deutschland and the Hias-Ica-Emigration Association. Each immigrant must be a skilled worker and in possession of 260 pesos. The Jewish community here has already taken steps to absorb the refugees when they arrive, having asked the government to issue practice licenses to 20 Jewish doctors and 25 physicians' assistants. Grants of land for agricultural immigrants will be asked for the refugees. RIFT APPEARS IN OIES COMMITTEE Washington, D. C, (WNS)— The reported resignation and subsequent denial of the report by Representative Healey of Mass., from the Special House Committee Investigating Subversive Activities because of the committee's red-baiting policies and its failure to probe Nazi and Fascist activities revealed a deep-seated cleavage in the committee. Another member of the committee is reported to be preparing to resign shortly. Coincidentally with Representative Healejr's resignation, the committee obtained from the Federal Bureau of Investigation its bulky files on the GermanAmerican Bund. Accumulated during the G-men's probe of the Bund, the files are being studied by the committee in executive session with a view to making them the basis of examination of a number of key figures in the Nazi movement in this country. Meanwhile, whispered charges that Homer I. Chaillaux, director of the Americanism Commission of the American Legion, had supported the Rev. Gerald Winrod, Kansas anti-Semite who was defeated for the Republican Senatorial nomination in his state, came into the open when Representative Dies, chairman of the investigating committee, questioned Chaillaux about the reports. Chaillaux denied being a supporter of Winrod but admitted uaing some of the material contained in Winrod's antirSemitic publication, The Defender. Chaillaux also acknowledged authorship of a friendly letter he had written to Winrod, in which the Legion official said "I enjoyed reading the Defender which you are sending me regularly." Chaillaux's letter was widely exploited by Winrod during his Senatorial campaign. New York, (WNS)—Charging that the Dies Committee investigating subversive activities hs-i become "a red-baiting proposition," Representative Samuel Dickstein, chairman of the House Immigration Committee, issued a statement attacking the Dies committee for its failure to expose the existence of 31 Nazi camps, to find out the object of subjecting memberj of the camps to an oath of allegiance to a foreign government, or to inquire into the extensive propaganda flooding the country from abroad. TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING AT 9:6* The Jewish Floridian will again present another in ita series of weekly broadcasts this coming Sunday morning orer Station WKAT (1600 k. e.) at 9:00 o'clock. It's full of interesting news and comments and music.



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1938 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN m CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PATRONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY AUTO MOBILE SERVICE General Anto Repairing WRECKER SERVICE AOTO PAINTINO Generators, Starter* Ignition, Prompt S rTk *QUIGLBT'8 GARAGB .... tat "Alton Rd.. M-Bch., Tel. 5-9188 BATTERIES SERVICE BATTERIES AUTO AND MARINE PRICED f.9B UP Recharging, Complete Electrical and Ignition Service. Motor Winding, Carburetor Rebuilding. ROAD SERVICE Expert Workmanship BEST BATTERY COMPANY 1599 W. Flagler St. Tel. 3-3212 DENTIST DR. SANBORN EX-RAY A GAS EXTRACTIONS Cor. N. B. First Are., at Second St Opposite Catholic Church PHONE 2-1460 Small Monthly Payments ELECTRICIANS For Years Master Electrician of Largest and Most Famous Office Buildings in the World CHARLIE KALB MASTER ELECTRIC IAN ALTERATIONS—HOUSE WIRING REPAIRS THANK YOD PHONE 7-J81T FLORISTS _, EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. MaKjer and Bridge. Phone 2-6S5S— J-B8-I7. Reach Phone 5-2961 — 807 Lincoln Road. Office 2970 N. W. 17th Avenue. Phone 2-3106.—Finest Assortment of Fresh Cut Flowers In Miami FLXDWKRS FOR AI,I, OCCASIONS WIRED ANYWHERE FLOOR COVERINGS A COMPLETE Floor Covering Service—Hotels. Apartments, Residences. Cleaning and Moth Proofing LARVEX ODORLESS PROCESS Many years of trustworthy service. All customer's goods imured. MIAMI CARPET CLEANING LAYING Co., John A. Baker. Owner. 120 N. W. 25th St.. Tel. 2-2921. FURNITURE REPAIRING FINE FURNITURE MADE FINER Upholstering — Reflnlshing — Repairing — Antiques Restored. Absolute Guarantee. FIJVMTNGO FURNITURE 8HOP Back of Grove Theatre—Geo. F. Darrow. Mgr., 3247 Charles Ave. Phone 4-4880. ELECTRIC RAZORS 7T7mTT!TW7!} Specialist SCHICK AND 8HAVEMA8TER Oil KITS—ACCESSORIES L A. ANDRESS 131 Sboreland Arcade. Pho. 8-4S81 PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL BOARDING BATHING GROOM Plucking Modern Boarding Kennels. KNOWLES PET HOSPITAL Mrs. V. W. Knowles. 740 N. E. 90th St. 7-2141 ROOF REPAIRING PALMER'S ROOFING COMPANY 16 years in Miami—W. N. Palmer, Prop. BARRETT APPROVED ROOFING Sheet Metal Work Tile Roofing "Roofs That Last" 15 N. E. 17th Terr. Telephone 2-3429 PAINTING TERMITE PROOFING LANDSCAPING SOILS PLUMBING John Severin. Mgr. TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE Odorless Fireproof Safe Old or New Buildings 5 YEAR GUARANTEE Serai-Annual Free Inspection. Hundreds of Satisfied Customers in South Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively. TERMITE CONTROL CO Phone 7-2313 120 N. W. 53rd St. A. L. MERRIFIELD Plumbing and Gas Fitting Repairs and Septic Tank Work All Work Guaranteed 25 TEARS' experience: large and small installations. Ill N. E. 20th St. Phone 3-3932. IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST! Black Sand, Muck Marl or Mixed Soil, $1.00 a yard. Cow Manure, 3 bags $1.00 Phone 4-4804. Agent will call. RUG CLEANING HA'WKINS RUQ CLEANERS Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Repaired Moth Proofing Orientals Our Specialty SO N. E. 39th Street—Tel. 2-77'i TRANSFER AND STORA GE WRECKING & MATERIAL Have that Painting or Decorating Job done NOW Summer Prices. Reliable, Work Guaranteed MONEY TO LOAN For Painting—No down paymentThree years to pay—No Mortgage Required. HUMPHREY & HART Licensed Contractors Phone 4-6060 DANCING INSTRUCTION WE WILL wreck any building, any time, anywhere. Full insurance coverage. Licensed wreckers. DOOR, Windows, all sizes; steel sash, firedoors; lumber, 2x4, 2x0, 2x8, 2x10. 2x12, 2x14. Reinforcing steel "I" beams, angles; toilets, lavatories, tubs, water pipe, black pipe, soil pipe and fittings. SCOTT AND WHITTAKER Wrecking and Salvage Contractors 3100 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 3-4115 TED HILL'S School of Dancing—Staff of expert teachers—all types of dancing taught Johnny Martin of New York and Bill Knipper of Cincinnati, in charge of tap dancing. EDNA MOORE formerly of London and New York in charge of ballet, toe, acrobatic, classic and reducing. Lome Kincaid of New York, advanced acrobatic, adagio and modernistic dancing. Private and class Instruction dally or evenings. Phone 8-4322, 206 N. B. 14th St., at Second Avenue. JEW NAMED TO EGYPT SENATE Cairo, (WNS)—Asian Cattauri Bey, prominent Jewish businessman, has been appointed to the Egyptian Senate by King Farouk to succeed his father, H. E. Joseph Cattaui Pasha, who resigned because of ill health. The new senator is the oldest son of the Pasha, who is a former minister of finance and president of the Jewish community of Cairo. Mme. Cattaui Pasha is first lady-in-waiting to Queen Fazi. Another son of the Pasha, Rene Cattaui Bey, is the only Jewish member of the Chamber of Deputies. Senator Cattaui Bey was formerly general secretary of the State Domains Administration. For several years he served as Kovernment commissioner of the National Bank of Egypt. He will he the only Jewish member of the Senate but the fourth Jew appointed by the royal court since the institution of a full parliamentary regime in Egypt. O, ISRAEL! HATE JEWS ON RACIAL GROUNDS London, (WNS)—Impla c a bl e hatred of the Jews on religious rather than racial grounds is a basic tenet of the program of the Spanish State (Fascist) Party, it is announced in a manifesto pu> lished at Pamplona, Spain, accord% to a dispatch from Reuters, Agency. "Precisely because we are not racialists and do not recognize values of blood but of the spirit," the manifesto declares, "we are essentially and fundamentally enemies of thsj Jews. Jews are enemies of the church and of Roman civilization." One manifesto rejects anti-Jewish legislation predicated on eugenic and political grounds but proposes measures akin to the Inquisition and mass expulsion like that of 1492. (BY HERMAN BERNSTEIN) Twenty-four years ago, this piece was written by Herman Bernstein, noted author and U. S. diplomat, for The Independent, a literary weekly. Its sentiments are appropriate today when Jewish leadership, so much needed, remains a matter of selfish contesting and argument. Listen to the voice of Herman Bernstein, now in the grave, sound a warning and a plea! —THE EDITOR A nation of leaders with no one to lead; a nation of dreamers, a nation of practical men; though small in numbers, yet your financiers often decided the destiny of nations, your poets and prophets have inspired the world, your tradesmen are perhaps more cunning, your millionaires perhaps more ostentatious, your poor starve more wretchedly — you great, ideal, practical, eternal wanderer—Israel! O Israel! Blesed and cursed, you who have given to the world your saints and your prophets, true and false, your heroes and your traitors, great and small. O nation of leaders with no one to lead; you whose consciousness was steeled in the fires of hate and whose hearts remained tender despite the prejudice and cruelty of centuries; you who as a pitiful wanderer have begged for the right to live; you who have been hated, feared by the envious; you who are loved or merely tolerated because you are weak; you who, armed with the Bible and the Talmud, have passed unscratched through the furnace of superstition. You whose bankers preach to you, and whose preachers bank on you—on the "Jewish question," the eternal Jewish question, a football for friend or foe, kicke-" and tossed from side to side with mercy and without. O weak-willed, weary, tenacious Wanderer, O nation of 'leaders" With no one to lead! Some send you West, some drive ITALY BANS JEWISH TEACHERS Rome, (WNS)—Orders for the dismissal of all Jewish teachers from the Italian public and high schools have been issued by Minister of Education Guiseppe Bettai. fhe dismissals take effect October 1st with the opening of the new school year. In instructions sent to school principals, Bettai announced that in the future all candidates seeking school jobs must present documentary proof that they are not Jewish. Provision is made for exemptions in cases where the applicant or his family posses "particular national merit." fhe text of Bettai's order reads as follows. "The posts of assistant instructors and instructors of the royal institutes, high schools, artistic institutes and governmental grammar schools cannot be given to pedagogues of the Jewish race. To this end, royal educational superintendents and principles of the royal institutes must receive from all aspirants a written, signed statement that they do not belong to the aforesaid race before accepting a position as instructor or assistant." This order means the complete exclusion of Jews from the teaching profession as all appointments are renewable annually. A previous order by the ministry of education had excluded foreign Jews from Italian schools and universities. VETERANS URGED TO AID JEWRY you East, some draw you back to your cradle, others plead with you that you forget your mother. O pitiful, strong, stiff-necked wanderer, Israel! You' who have been crucified for centuries, though you bear the undeserved stigma of the most tragic crucifixion in history; last for war and first for peace; a stormy petrel; the barometer of history; sometimes a hero, sometimes a clown, always a martyr; ever organizing, ever preaching solidarity, yet none so helpless, Columbus, Ohio, (WNS)—Addressing the national encampment of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, director of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, urged the veterans to promise the Jews that "the United States will be kept one island safe from the troubled sea of persecution, hate, contempt and untruths, a land free from antiSemitism, a stronghold of spiritual decency." A plea for free speech for Fascists, Communists and Nazis was made by Herbert Bayard Swope, former managing editor of the New York World. Declaring that "they convict themselves out of their own mouths," Swope said "is there is such magic in Comumnism or in Nazism or in Fascism that they must be feared? I don't think so. I think they are a sordid, frowsy, unhappy mode of life, and that a comparison with the American system will show up their viciousness and slavery." ARABS AND JEWS EXCHANGE VIEWS so disorganized; torn asunder from within and from without. O nation of leaders with no one to lead! Some would awaken in you haughty pride because of your past; others preach to you humiliation, oblivion, self-destruction; some rouse you, others lull you to sleep; some attack you as if you were not human, others sing your praises as though you were divine; some attack you for your "separatism." others drive you t"separatism," others drive you to O chosen people, chosen for suffering, marked for derision, even for slaughter—you who are as good as the rest and as bad as the rest! Can you find your way amidst the tumult and chaos created by Poughkeepsie, N. Y., (WNS)— The struggle for democratic rights can be a common meetir-r ground for Jews and Arabs in Palestine, representatives of the two races declared during a discussion of minority preblems at the second World Youth Congress. Raif Khuri, Palestine Arab, expressed himself as favoring complete rights for the Jews in Palestine as a democratic minority'but cautioned them against becoming the "tools" of British imperialism and thus coming into conflict with the "basic hopes and ideals" of the Arabs and endangering their own best interests. Jewish rights, Khuri said, can be guaranteed only by the fullest cooperation with the Arabs for the Jews have as much to fear as the Arabs from "their British protectors." Maurice Bouckstein, representing the Palestine League of Nations Society, denied that Pal*"tine's problems can be interpreted as simply "a clash between Jewish and Arab nationalism." He insisted the problem was in reality a clash "between progress and the status quo." Declaring that the "Jewish people have no quarrel with the Arab people," Bouckstein recalled previous Arab recognition of the Zionist movement and said that the Jews in Palestine practiced the fullest democracy, in contrast with tha undemocratic hierarchy of Arab society. your counsellors, your organizers, your well-wishers, your destroy ers, O nation of leaders wtth no one to lead? Do the leaders of 'Israer and foes of Israel realize what they are doing with the clay and the spirit that have been moulded, through the bonfires of persecutions and martyrdom, by the host of great thinkers and dreamers and reformers since tha time of Moses to this day?.



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T^ >AOE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AUQU8T 26, 1938 BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 1tth Street Office Phone 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN •316 Albscore Drive—-1265 SSO N. C. 31st St.—2-tMI MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabble will bo In the Temple every morning-. Teu may consult with them on matters oenoernlne the Jewish community, or your personal problems. Too will be assured sympathetic hsarina; and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in strict confidence. FRIDAY WIGHT — MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS — PAY NO VISITSGIVE NO PARTIES — GO TO TEMPLE TflMPA NOTES Mrs. Manuel Buckman, of New York, a recent bride who with her husband, is visiting Phillip Grubstein and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Buckman of Tampa. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. Regular Friday evening services at Temple Israel, 137 Northeast 19th Street at 8:15 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan will speak on the subject: "Judea and Germania." GENERAL The Y. M. H. A. is putting on a cultural program every Tuesday evening. The Rabbis will take part in this program. Each Rabbi will deliver two lectures on alternate Tuesday evenings, beginning this Tuesday, August 30th. Dr. Kaplan will speak on "The Prophetic Movement in Ancient Israel." Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Legalism in Israel." Rabbi Kellner will speak on "Mysticism." Rabbi Shapiro will speak on "Nationalism." Each will give two lectures successively. THE JEWISH HOUR This Sunday afternoon Dr. Kaplan will speak over WIOD on the Jewish Hour; subject: "Chosen Peoples, Israel and the United States of America." Program for the Jewish Hour for the month of September: September 4th—Rabbi Mescheloff. September 11th—Rabbi Kellner. September 18th—Rabbi Shapiro. September 25th—Rabbis Kaplan and Zwitman. Miss Hannah Isaacson returned to her home here in Tampa Friday after a two week's vacation in Atlanta, a., where she was the guest at the home of her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. N. Golden. Mr. and Mrs. Max Argintar and daughter, Esta, left recently for a two week's vacation in Miami. Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Einbinder left this week for an extended vacation to various points of interest in the North. Mr. Samuel Moed returned Wednesdayfro m Jacksonville after a two week's visit with his brother, Phillip Moed. Mr. Moed lives in St. Petersburg. "Sweetheart" will be introduced at this dance. Mr. and Mrs. Sey Block have announced the engagement and coming marriage of their daughter, Miss Adelaide Block, to Max D. Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Morris of Atlanta. Miss. Block, a native of Tampa, was graduated from Plant High School. She attended the University of Tampa and recently has been Kindergarten instructor. Mr. Morris was born in Atlanta and was graduated from Georgia Tech in 1932. He is Southern representative of a large fabric concern and is stationed in Atlanta, where he and his bride will live. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Abiamovitz and daughters, Florence and Rosalie, have returned from Miami where they spent two weeks. U Do You Own Your Home? There never was s better time than now to build ene The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes It Possible Give me a call and I will gladly help you to jret the beet possible Information aa to In plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackermsn Ins. Ageney 1015 SeyboM Bldg. Phone 2-S1B1 CALENDAR OF JEWISH HOLIDAYS, 1938 New Year Eve—Sunday evening, September 25th. New Year Day—Monday, September 26th. Atonement Eve—Tuesday evening, October 4th. Atonement Day—Wedne sd a y, October 5th. Feast of Booths, Eve—Sunday evening, October 9th. Feast of Booths, first day— Monday, October 10th. Feast of Booths, last day, Eve— Sunday evening, October 16th. Feast of Booths, last day—Monday, October 17th. SIMCHAS TORAH Rejoicing with the Law, Eve— Monday, October 17th. Rejoicing with the Law, Day— Tuesday, October 18th. FURNITURE MARKET 155 W. Flagler St. Phone 3-4132 After years of wholehearted and loyal work in behalf of Boy Scout Troop 14, whose headquarters are in the Y. M. H. A., Harry Kotler has resigned as scoutmaster and his successor is Dr. Louis Rosen, prominent chiropodist of our city. Mr. Kotler as Scoutmaster Emeritus will continue in an advisory capacity. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bandell of Tampa have gone to St. Petersburg to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Salsbury and daughter, Dale, have just returned from a delightful trip to Hendersonville, N. C. Extensive arrangements are being made by Tampa Chapter No 311 of the Aleph Zadek Aleph, J n ] nior B'nai B'rith for the formal announcement of the "Sweetheart of AZA." Her name will be revealed at a dance to be given by the Merryfellows Club in honor of the local A. Z. A. Chapter at the Forest Hills Country Club on Sep. tember 13th. A group composed of members of the Tampa A. Z. A. Chapter and their guests made up a fishing party out of St. Petersburg last Sunday. Those attending included: Sam Kotler, Sam Weber and Lillian Haddad, Ralph Bernheim Bud Aronovitz, Albert Segall and Florence Lutz, Lester Leibovitz and Solly Kotler. The Hebrew Mutual Loan Association held their third annual stock holder's meeting at the Y. M. H. A., last Sunday when President Sam Estroff made the annual report showing the progress made by this young organization. Refreshments were served and a great time was had by the leading merchants of all over Florida who comprised this group. Miss Mollie Bergman spent two weeks in Atlanta, and is now visiting Jacksonville as the guest of Mrs. Samuel D. Bryan. Before returning to Tampa. Miss Bergman will spend several weeks with her brother, Dr. Samuel Bergman in New Orleans. Dr. Grafman is on the way to Long Beach, California, to fill the pulpit of Temple Israel of that city. Rabbi Grafman occupied the pulpit of the Temple Scharri Zedek of Tampa from 1924 to 1930. The Merry Fellow's Club will give a dance at the Forest Hills Country Club, September 13th and plan a peppy affair. Sol Fleischman, Fred Poller. Sam Verkauf comprise the committee arranging the event. Rex McDonald and his orchestra will play. The A. Z. A. M. Henry Cohen, M. G. Rosenberg, Rabb A. Burger, Maurice Uman, Nathan Lutz, A. M. Wolfson, Sam Stein, Sol Haliczer and Sam Shonbrunn have been selected as delegates to represent Tampa Lodge B'nai B'rith at the State Convention to be held in West Palm Beach September 4th and 5th. Many important state activities are slated for discussion, and B'nai B'rith members are invited to enjoy their Labor Day week-end by attending these two days of real entertainment. Mrs. B. Chardkoff has returned to Tampa after a vacation with her son, Dr. Morris Chardkoff in Chicago and her daughter, Mrs. Sam Bryan and her son. Abe Chardkoff, both of Jacksonville. Mrs. A. M. Wolfson and son. Sorrel, have returned from a two week's vacation in Miami Beach. Members of the local A. Z. A. entertained H. S. D. Club at a "Watermelon Cutting" last Tuesday night after A. Z. A. meeting. At the conclusion of the party, bowling, ping-pong and other j games were enjoyed. Among those I invited were: the Misses Margie Segall, Ruth Weber, Lillian HadI dad, Florence Lutz, Helen Haimovit, Rosa Lee Buchman, Hannah Issacson, Barbara Bornstein, Evelyn Rutkin, Evelyn Weber, Ruth Weintraub and Mildred Stoun and Messrs. Howard Weissman, Sam Weber, Sam Kotler, Al Haber, Bud Aronovitz, Irvin Peekett, Phil Haimovitz, Sam Berger, Sol Kotler, Henry Gardner, Sammie Argintar, Melvin Berger, Bob Kasriel, Bernard Neuwirth, Herbert (Continued on Page Eight) Koolmotor Gasolene and Oils .* % %  ># .craJEEZ£j> Distributed By ORANGE STATE OIL CO.