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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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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VOL. 12.NO. 30.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939
PRICE TEN CENTS
REFUGEE SHIPS
SEARCH FOR
E
HAVEN
Submit Delegation
Lists To Congress
Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)The Palcor News Agency
MACDONALD WILL ALLOW NO
EXCEPTION ON IMMIGRATION BAN
has learned that six world lists
Paris, (WNS Information be affected by the Gestapo order.: of pan9 deleKations had been
from Bierut disclosed that three, The Jewish Emigration Bureau
veaaeU were in Syrian waters will be divided itvto three depart-
searching for a landing port for ments dealing with (1)Emigra-
approximately 1,850 refugee pas- tion to all countries except Pales-
sengers who have been barred tine; (2)Emigration to Pales-
from debarking at Beriut and tine, directed by the Palestine
Tripoli. Intervention by the Office of the Zionist Organize- follows: Mizrachi
French High Commissioner for tion. and (3)Emigration of per- Rabbi Wolf Gold;
London, (WNS-Palcor Agency)
No exceptions will be made in
the enforcement of the ban on
legal Jewish immigration into
Palestine from October 1st, Col-
The party lists and their dele- onial Secretary Malcolm Mac-
gation heads were designated as Donald told the House of Com-
(Orthodox), mons, after insisting that illegal
Peale Ziort, immigration is "enormous.
party delegations had been
submitted to the Twenty-First
Zionist Congress which will be
held in Geneva next month.
A total of 148 Jews are now in
jail in Palestine under the pro-
visions of the emergency regula-
tions, Mr. MacDonald declared, in
a reply to a question by Colonel
Josiah C. Wedgwood. Col. Wedg-
wood requested the Colonial Sec-
retary to make known the num-
ber of Jews who were imprisoned
under the prevention of crime
Svria postponed temporarily the sons not belonging to the Kultua- David Ben Gurion. Chairman of All appeals from Deput.es for ^
fjrced sailing of the freighter gemeinde, such as converted< the Executive of the Jewish relaxation of the stringent n| ordinance or the emergency regu-
Fressula with G58 Czech refugees Jews and freethinkers. The work' Agency for Palestine; Jewish was me, with a uniform answer
..board It is understood that of the HIAS-ICA Emigration As-' State Party, Meir Grossman; Un- by Mr. MacDonald that all con-
Ihe French Government was con- sociation. dissolved in the "Pro-! ion of General Zionists, MM. siderafon had been borne ,n mind
sidering the Commissioner's ap- tectoraW," will be continued by | Ussishkin. President of the Jew- before the policy had been adop-
peal that they be permitted to the Jewish Emigration Office. ish National Fund; Confederation t
remain in Syria. i Dr. Franz Weidman. named by; of General Zionists, Dr. Chaim
Weiimann and Left Peale Zion,
Zruebavel or Jacob Vitkin.
ro the Nazis to direct the work of
The appeal, embodied in a re-
, .. t .v *-, the Emigration Office, was pre-
port. pointed out that the refu .___
vj i i nnn oa,-h for Pred to establish emigration
gees had paid $1,000 each lor > .
passage and that they were being P'" similar to those devised and ^ ^^ conBi8tlng 0f 478
carried out by the Vienna Jew-
It was also revealed that a re-
maintained by emergency funds
dispatched from the Paris office
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee. It is doubtful, however,
whether their landing in Syria
for permanent residence will be
permitted in view of a similar
ish Emigration Bureau.
SEEKS TO ESTABLISH JEWISH
COLONY IN CHINA
pages had been submitted to the
Congress detailing developments
of the past two years.
JEWS ARRESTED
IN RAIDS
The extent of the Colonial Sec-
retary's inflexibility was evidenc-
ed in a reply, in effect a sharp
rebuke, made to Arthur Creech-
Jones, who had asked about a
lations. He also inquired wheth-
er these were Communists, Revis-
ionists or others and whether
others were being held in jai!
without a trial.
The Colonial Secretary stated
that no Jews were in prison un-
der the crime prevention ordi-
nance, adding that of the total
of 148 Jews held under the emei -
program evolved by labor unions "** regulations, 122 were Re
in England to aid the refugees, viaioniats. He added that four-
Mr. Creech-Jones stated that an' teen men and ei*ht wome" were
agreement, with the approval of Jailed as communist
Jerusalem, WNS-Palcor Agen
the Home Office, had been made
by an Agricultural Subcommittee
of Jewish Refugees. on w
were represented the Farmers
Union, the Transport General
Shanghai. (WNS)Jacob Ber
permittee n view ox e and promo.
appeal Yeae.ved by Pans from ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ & ^
another ship. I ^ German Jews
A though no direct advices have ""'t B :___tu.
j w T^;.k *-..ii..f m \ unnan Province, in soutn
been r**!*ived by Jewish reiiei .
. r. .,v.i:.,,- west China, will leave for tne
organizations in Pans regarding lul illc 11IU1UW ,.w.w ------,
the wandering vessels Osiris, Lnite<1 ,,.?,* information who was shot down while at work I man refugees at various agricul-
carrying 600 refugees, and the eonta* to reliable ""formation settlement of Menehemia tural institutes for immigration
Thesalia, carrying 560 refugees, it is known that both have been; arouse inerest^* *" threo Arabs near the scene of the | were scheduled to leave En
Jo;-j m-,;B.in tn land nassen-: tanie ,n carrying out his plan. _____ -i-r.;the remainder in December.
Jews in prison belonged to other
groups. Among the Revisionists
... 119 were male prisoners and only
fhich .. ,
three were females.
Union, the transport general j^My AI RnlTH A IIY*
r-aicor en- Workers Union and the Agricul- t5 WAI B KHH A1UO
cy)-Striking in quick retaliation tural Workers Union, for the1 CHILD REFUGEES
for the murder of Michael Adin,1 training in England of 1,000 Ger- ______
denied permission to land passen- j
gers at Tripoli. A message ra-
dioed by the captain of the
freigher Frossula to the Joint
Distribution Committee said that
the refugees were in desperate
condition and that the boat was
completely lacking of water, food
and coal and was without an au-
thorized destination.
Meanwhile, officials of the
HIAS-TCA Emigration Bureau ,
met here with representatives of with which to buy food and cloth-
steamship lines and travel agen- inKi while residences and indus-
cies in an attempt to prevent] trial projects were under con-
stranding on the high seas of j struction-
refugees in so-called "stray The program would involve ex-
ships" Informed circles have, tensive purchases of equipment
ascribed the recent tragedies on] jn the United States, Berj
London. (WNS)B'nai B'rith
in Great Britain, comprising the
the high seas to the misleading
promises made by irresponsible
agents and companies. It was
pointed out by officials of the
Emigration Bureau that under an
agreement betweeen the HIAS-
ICA and other Jewish relief agn-
cies, no financial or moral re-
sponsibility will hereafter be un-
dertaken by Jewish organizations
in behalf of emigrants who leave
port without holding valid immi-
gration permits.
Ireland, has been
Bergias a wr-r ^ ^^.^ were, Th qu<.stioner wanted to know dj $g2 000 annuany for the
dustnal-st. explained that the authorities in connec- whtttar the order to stop inimr hous, mainterfanc. and educa.
plan ^iTJir^Ji the tion w.th this latest, reprisal nation into Palestine would ap- of ^ 6?0 GcrmanJewish
SJSn of mOOO Migrants against the Arab terror. This P* to these people. (.hjIdren broURht by the fra.
from Germany into Yunnan pro- report was issued in the form of Ml. MacDonald answered in ternal organization, it was re-
vince where they would work and an official communiquee. the affirmative, adding that the vealed in a report by A. LeVay-
enjoy the same protection and he game ^ troopg de plan had been made without his Lawrence. *ft~^**
scended upon Rehovoth and Pe-, knowledge or approval He was Brith Council *J"* R*^
. u Tibih m,l m./L> wholesale informed afterward and he did Children in London.
e. of law- mosthT young' "' -tend making certificates The entire program of child
arrests of Jews, moatfy joung eon_ r(,fuKee care Fng]and ori.
ni,n affiliated with, the Betar AnswprilV): Crawh-Jones' ginally initiated by B'nai B'rith.
r'rT lews were e"zed fifteen further question whether he would' The report disclosed that B'nai
K th 1 4 _P >> n.idW this a special case. I B'rith in the British Isles will be
T^rFtatstrralsVc^ U J SacraUry replied'-
fiscate.1 in the homes of fifteen that if one case were considered
Jews who were licensed to bear. M>eml a great many others
arms. In addition the license of m.ght be deemed special The
the council for firearms was re- P't P"<*. "' 'd. is the r-
suit of enormous illegal lmmi-
privileges as other citizens. In
presenting an outline of his plan
Berglas told the press that each
immigrant would receive
said, and materials amounting to
several millions of dollars would
be bought in Germany, as the
only means of obtaining payment
for properties and bank accounts
of Jews forced to emigrate. He
said a committee may be formud
in New York to aid in the enter-
prise and that offices would be
opened there to arrange a finan-
voked.
gration."
so
JEWS INTERNED AT
SARAFEND SUSPEND
HUNGER STRIKE
MacDONALD SAYS 422.000
JEWS NOW IN PALESTINE
Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen
t.y)_As the result of an appeal
Colonial Secretary MacDonald
opened there to arrange mm | made by a delegation represent- told the House of Commons that
cial organization for the aid of. in(r chicf Rabbi Isaac H. Herzog he estimated the Jewish popula-
refugees. I 0f Palestine, 80 Jews interned at tion of Palestine at 422.000 as of
Ithe concentration camp at Sara-; March 1030. He placed the Arab
.._____i-n__-4 t h to non \*. Vfn,.-
spending in excess of $200,000 a
year for refugee children as soon
as 300 additional children, for
whose care B'nai B'rith has made
itself responsible, arrive. Of the
670 children already brought over
360 have been placed privately
under guarantees of relatives and
friends; 1776 have been placed in
hostels and schools under guar-
antees obtained by the B'nai
B'rith Council; 43 have been plac-
ed in paid homes; and 01 are en-
joying free hospitality.
Monterey. Cal.. (WNS)The
70.000 JEWS MUST LEAVE
"PROTECTOR ATE"
London, (WNS)The Jewish
Community Emigration Office,
Would Freeze Jewishl ZrSSTJSVm"^ pop-?- -4~ JE ^ ^J^JSTS!
Capital In Danzig
Assembly, in which scientists, ed-
Free City of Danzig, (WNS)
Danzig Nazi leaders continued
set up two weeks ago by the, their steps toward 100 per cent
Gestapo, must arrange for the, "aryanization" of the City while
emigration of at least half the measures were being considered
Jewish population of Bohemia,' to stop the flow of Jewish wealth
Moravia, according to advices j abroad and to dispose of prop-
from Prague which disclosed that J erty still held by Jews,
approximately 70,000 Jews will (Continued on Page Eight)
lenn agreeii w viuif i
their six-dav hunger strike as a Donald revealed these figures in .
protest against the Government's reply to a question by the Rt ucators and artists participated,
refusal to relea.se all those whose | Hon. George Lamberg (National I issued a call to professional men
terms of imprisonment have ex- Laborite) who asked for the pop-, and women to take the lead .n the
ulation statistics for the year "new renaissance and Dcconu
1918 and the latest figures on the architects of the new age-
Arabs and Jews. No figures were! the golden age of moral rearma
available for 1918, the Colonial ment" In substance they asked
Secretary replied. But he esti : world leaders in all fields to vit-
their protest until those who have:matcd that in 1919 Palestine had alize and give meaning to crea-
beon detained beyond their sen- approximately 635,000 Arabs and tive ability through an interest In
tences have been set free. 58,000 Jews, | and return to the "age of faith.'
pired.
In yielding to the Chief Rabbi's
plea the prisoners reaffirmed
their determination to carry on


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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAir
FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 193?
TO VISIT IN
11IRMINGHAM
Miss Mildred Berkowitz left
Thursday morning for Birming-
ham, Ala., where she will visit
with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. N. Berkowitz, for several
weeks.
TO VISIT
WORLDS FAIR
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and
daughter, Charlotte and son, Ber-
nard, will leave Hendersonville,
N. C, for New York where they
will visit the World's Fair. They
will return to the city the latter
part of August.

VISITING IN
MOUNTAINS
Dr. and Mrs Leonard Finn1 ieft
Miami for Hendersonville, N. (..,>
where thev will remain for sever-

CH
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
*2=>x=s*^*^*^^^:^t,s,:
VACATIONS IN
HENDERSONVILLE
Mrs. J. Shonfeld left Tuesday
morning by automobile for Hen-
dersonville, N. C, where she will
remain for a two month's stay

RETURNS TO
MILWAUKEE
Rabbi J. Swisko
RETURN FROM
NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Max Weinberger
several
WEDDING
TAKES PLACE
The wedding of Miss Muriel
Pallot, daught,r of Mr. and Mrs. returned to Miami a t e
Moses Pallot, and Sidney R. Hoi- in Cleveland. Ohio, foi
lander, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. | weeks. ^ ^ <
Hollander of Brooklyn, N. Y.
took place Sunday afternoon. July RgTURNS FR0M
30th at 5:00 P. M.. at the home y uvnON
eturned to of the bride's parents. Rabbi Migg Rosaiin(i Friedman re
RETURNS FROM
NEW ORLEANS
Mrs. A. Simerick and dauir'
ters. Leah and Anna, returned t
the city this week after spending
two months visiting in New Oi
leans with relatives and friends.

TO GIVE
LECTURE
Rabbi Eugene Blachschhg.v
will represent the Jewish Chau-
iauqua Society Sunday, Aumi--
fith at 0:30 P. M., at tiV Vespe
Services which will be held at
the University of Florida, Ga'pos
ville His subject will !e "Jew
in1 thi> Making of America "
al weeks visiting.
his home in Milwaukee, Wiscon-
sin, after visiting in Miami for
several weeks.

TO VISIT IN
NEW YORK
Mrs. H. Farber left Thursday
Abraham A. Kellner officiated. turnc(| t0 tne cjtv from the North
The bride was attended by Miss w^eM she has boen visiting for
Alberta Tannenbaum as maid of.
she
honor. William Pallot, brother vjs.tefl in Daytona Beach. Atlan-
of the bride was best man. A t,( Ga N,,w" York City, K. B-
reception for the family and close l D^)c Ram.h in New York and th
LEAVES FOR
NEW YORK
Rev- H. M. Kagan kft this | re]ativwi and friends. She
week for Patterson, N. J., where, a]go vigit the World-s Fair,
he will visit with his brother. He
will also visit in New York City
friends followed the ceremony.
Out of town guests attending
and will return to M"iami in th?
fall.
*
CONVALESCES
AT HOME
Mrs. Sadie Pont is convalescing
at her home after an operation
which she underwent recently.

SOJOURNS
IN NORTH
Mrs. S. Tannenbaum left Mon-
day morning after visiting in Mi-
ami with her daughter and son-in
law. Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A-
Kellner, for New York City,
where she will remain for six
months.

B'NAI B'RITH
TO MEET
The regular meeting of Sholem
Iodgc B'nai B'rith will be held
Tuesday evening. August 8th at
8:00 P. M., at the Elk's Lodge
Club rooms, Miami. The initia-
tion of new members will be held,
and nominations for delegates to
the State B'nai B'rith Convention
to be held in Jacksonville Septem-
ber 4th and 5th will take place.
All new and old members are urg-
ed to be present.
morning by the Silver Meteor for were Mrg gam Goidstein, sister
New York where she wUI visit I of the bride from Bethlehem. Pa..
and Mrs. J. Mirkin, aunt of the
bride, from Springfield, Mass.
The couple will be at home to
their friends after August 15th.
BRIS IS HELD
The Bris Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind
was held Saturday, July 29th^ at
the Jackson Memorial Hospital
with Rev. Josef Malek officiating.
BABY IS BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Ph.lip A. N.-J
wirth announce the birth <>f B
baby daughter. Harriet Jacque-
line, Wednesday, July 26th at the
Jackson Memorial Hospital. Bi'n
mother and baby are doing fine.
Mrs. Neuwirth is the former
RETURNS FROM
VACATION
Mrs. Maurice Grossman return- \ijss Helen Lipton.
ed to the city after a three weeks j
vacation in the North where she SPINOZA GROUP
visited relatives and friends. CONTINUES
WANTED!
Berkshire Country Club in Wing
dak, N. Y.

TO REPRESENT CHILDREN'S
CONVALESCENT HOME
Miss Harriette Tobin, sponsor-
ed by the Beth Jacob Congrega
tion and the Miami Chapter of
the American Jewish Congress,
has also been chosen to represent
the National Children's Convales-
cent Home in the contest for
Queen of the Military Ball to be
given by the Jewish War Veter-
ans in Miami the latter part of
August at the National CiRven-l
tion. Miss Tobin is a Senior at;
"Information is wanted of
ABRAHAM GUNCHES who
disappeared from his home in
New York in 1933, leaving his
wife, Bella, and three minor
children unprovided for and
since then has made no effort
to communicate with his family
or contribute to their support,
as a result of which they are in
destitute curcumstances and de-
pendent on the public charities.
Mr. Gunches, who is said to b*'
in Florida, is 38 years of age.
a native of Russia, 5 feet, 5
inches tall, weighs 175 pounds,
has brown hair and brown eyes,
was a meat saUsman by occu
pation. Anyone aware of his
location is requested to com-
municate with the National De
the Florida State College for Wo- sertion Bureau. 07 West 47th
men.
Dr. Wolfson's topic before
the Sp.noza Group last Saturday
afternoon was "Clara Marie, the
only girl Spinoza ever loved,"
SUCCUMBS
TO ILLNESS
Joseph Wivn. lit'.. Miami Beach
Street. New York City
PICNIC TO
BE HELD
The annual picnic of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish, but Clara rejected the Philoso-1 *. J8 _I*l_ Ayenue, Tue. ,
Orthodox Congregation will be Phic lense grinder and married
held all dav Sunday, August 6th the prosperous Amsterdam phy-
at Hardy's Casino, 45 Ocean sician, Dr. Van Kerkring. a dis-
Drive, Miami Beach. Full course! "P^ of Spinoza for many years.
dinners, salads, sandwiches, Next Saturday afternoon, the
drinks and many delicacies will; Spinoza Group will meet as US-
ual on the lawn, at 1059 Collins
business man, died at his rear. j
day after a long illness. Mr.
Howell's Restaurant
i
Wien had been a winter visitor
at Miami Beach since 1925 and
a permanent resident for eight
years. He was n member of Pre-'
feel Ashler Lodge F. & A. M..|
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friends are cordially invited to
attend.
UNDERGOES
OPERATION
The many friends of Mr. R. R. j welcome.
Adler. president of the Jewish ------------
Avenue, Miami Beach. Dr.
Wolfson will give the twelfth
lecture of the summer t-
Topic: "A Flight into Solitude."
General open forum discussion
will followe the lecture. All are
There is no charge
Welfare Bureau, will be glad to j rr
know that he is now convalescing
at a New York hospital where he
recently underwent an operation, j
JUNIOR HADASSAH
TO MEET
The second in the series of in-
formal summer meetings of Ju
nior Hadassah was held Monday:
evening at the home of Miss I HRIDGE PARTY
Anita Bernste.n. in the form of aj HELD
poetry meeting. Original and] The Miami Chapter of the
favorite poems and prose wareI American Jewish Congress held

read with a poem writing contest
held. Miss Ida Safer and Mrs.
Edith Frelich were the winners.
Miss Betty Lasky, cultural chair-
man, was in charge of the even-
ing's program. Mrs. Mitchell
Kasanoff was named chairman of
the administration dance that will
be held the former part of Sep-
tember and details will be an-
nounced later.
a bridge party last Wednesday
afternoon at the Colonial Hotel,
M.anii Beach. Mrs. Rose Jfsmi"
son was hostess during the after-
noon. Many were present nt this
affair of which the proceeds went
towards helping the American
lewi-h Congress Refugee houses.
Other affairs to aid these refugee
houses will be held in the future.
Details will be announced later-
Surviving are the widow. Mrs.
Bessie Meyers Wien; four sons,
Sidney A., and Leonard A.. Miami
Beach; Mortimer F., Brooklyn;
and Lawrence 11.. Rockville Cen-
ter, Long Island, and one daugh-
ter, Mrs. lima W. Heim, W< si
Englew.....1. N. J. The body was
sent Wednesday to Rrooklyn by
Niceley Funeral Home for ser
and interment.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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VOLUME 12.NUMBER 30
FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1939
B'NAI B'RITH
TIPS
CBY BURNETT KOTH)
(Substituting for Sidney Segall)
Sholem Lodge continues t o
grow! At the August meeting
which ia to lie held at the Elks
Lodge ;it K:oo P. M Tuesday,
August S. more than 100 persons
' ho h-ive recently been admitted
into membership of B'nai B'rith
are to be initiated. All Brothers,
and particularly the initiates, are
urged to attend and witness the
impressive ritual service.
I!
held
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
RUMORED ABROAD
Is there anything to this big reciprocal trade deal between
Naziland and Roumania, which gives Germany 50,000 carloads
of Roumanian wheat' Those who favor the Rublee plan
and approve of the J. D. C. turning over $1,000,000 for that
purpose should read the news from Danzig carefully......
Here is a glaring example of how Jews, even when they follow
to the letter the Nazis' instructions on the transfer of their
holdings, are still made the victims of special decrees that rob
them of their lawful percentage of the money they were com-
pelled to turn in to the Nazis. We don't know how com-
patible the political independence of Denmark and Norway is
with the decision of the governments of these two countries
to ban Warner Brothers' "Confessions of a Nazi Spy''.....
No movies showing Hitler or Mussolini are permitted to be
screened in Mexico. Italy, on the other hand, doesn't O. K.
any film scenes depicting labor strikes.....
HEAR YE
DEMOCRACY AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY
Religious liberty, like democracy, of which it is an integral
part, has until very recently been taken for granted by those
"joying its privileges. A few years ago the suggestion that
religious liberty in America was endangered branded the
spokesman as an alarmist totally unfamiliar with the history of
this country. Knowing heads pointed to the early efforts of
Roger Williams, Lord Baltimore, William Penn, and the
growth of the American tradition of separation of Church and
State guaranteed forever in the Constitution.
Reviewing the accounts of the proceedings of religious
conferences these past few months one finds that doctrinal and
factional issues have gradually been relegated to the back-
ground while major religious groups devote their energies to
the subject of religious liberty. Today there are those who
question the security of this ancient heritage and the ques-
tioners are no longer regarded as alarmists. What accounts
for this shift of emphasis? There is no danger to freedom of
worship in this country. We must look elsewhere for the rea-
son. To those most concerned with this problem, the threat of
religious liberty lies in the general assault on human liberties
now prevalent abroad. All are agreed that freedoms are in-
terrelated; that one cannot hope for the preservation of one
when the maintenance of another becomes insecure.
Will Washington in September 1939 be more fruitful than
Evian in July 1938? In this question is summed up both the
hopes and the fears of the homeless refugees that are wander-
ing over the highways and the high seas of the world.
The Intergovernmental Committee which met in London
recently was invited to send a delegation to meet with Presi
dent Roosevelt in the White House in September. It would
be very difficult to list concretely the achievements of the In-
tergovernmental Committee established in July 1938 at the ini-
tiation of President Roosevelt. It has however made an im-
portant contribution in serving to crystallize the major issues
involved in alleviating the plight of the Jewish refugees.
It is a good omen indeed that the Intergovernmental Refu
gee Committee which was inspired by President Roosevelt
should convene on American soil, far from the gloom and dark
shadow of Hitlerism. We hope that in the midst of this great
democracy the representatives of England, France. Belgium
and the other countries who will meet with President Roosevelt
will be inspired to courageous action which will not only give
new hope to the refugees but eloquently reaffirm the union of
world democracies in support of freedom and religious liberty.
\i the in eting to 1> i
Tuesday, nominations are going
to be made for delegates to thi ,
State B'nai B'rith Convention to ,A" ""'''s'/"- '-'I'"'-' reac-h n* rlial ( nnliunl Gasparn.
I> held iii Jacksonville September P'^'feet "> 'he Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signature of
3rd and -It h. with plan- to spend I Rome, is coming here to put h stop to Pat her I'oughlin's in-
Labor Day week-end in Jackson-j creasing delusions of grandeur. The mystery of who ia
ville. During the business ses nnanrillg Coughlin's radio time is becoming thicker. He
son. the wives will le entertain- i i i
-I by the Jacksonville Auxiliary has contracted for daily quarter and hall hour periods on al-
and all are assured an enjoyable mosl fifty stations, ... In order to circumvent the new radio
week-end. Contact Brother Ben- code thai prohibits dissemination of "racial" propaganda
jamin Le Vine for reservations, Ooughiln hooks his time through his Social Justice organiza-
on the special train being char-
tered by B'nai B'rith.
Round
trip fare is only $9.IK) with spec-
ial rates assured at the air-con-
d tioned hotel.
-B-
B'nai B'rith continues to evi-
dence its leadership in community
affairs by maintaining Miss
Adeh' Segall as the leading can-
didate for Queen of the Jewish
War Veteran's Grand Military
Ball which will l> held in Miami
August -'-'th. Interest keeps in-
creasing in the Queen's contest
ai.ll it is essential that B'nai
B'rith maintain its prestige by
electing Miss Segall as Queen of
th? Ball. All members should co-
operate by purchasing their tick-
ets to the dance from a member'
of the Ticket Committee,
B
tion. The New Ycrk Post's Ludwig Lore knows what he's
talking about. When he claims that the Italian Fascists
are going in for the organization of Italians in America in a
loir way. th" State Department had better take notice.....
Believe it or not. there are 1,500 German clubs in New York.
. Init not all of them arc Nazi ill their leanings.....
THIS AND THAT
Hollywood still has illusions about European markets for
its film products. The Cohn Brothers of Columbia are
making two versions of "Golden Boy," one being toned down
to the extent of substituting the word "anarchism" for the
term "Fasc;sm" used in the version intended for domestic
consumption. Interesting statistics: Out of the 38000.000
immigrants who landed at Ellis Island between 1820 and 1930
fully a sixth remained in New York. The ultra-kosher
Poliakoff Restaurant in New York City features in its window
abig poster bearing the inscription 'Gentiles Are Welcome."
OPINIONS DIFFER
Institute Will Stress
Religious Freedom
Williamstown, Mass., (WNSI
The role which the churches of
America can play for the achieve-
ment of social justice will occupy
a conspicuous place in the discus-
sions at the 1939 Williamstown
Institute of Human Relations, Dr.
Everett R. Clinchy, director, an-
nounced. The general theme of
the 1989 Institute is, "Citizenship
and Religion: A Consideration of
American Policy with Regard to
Relations of Church and Syna-
gogue to the State."
Stressing this highlight of the
Institute, Dr. Clinchy pointed out
that "Every thougtful American
is becoming increasingly aware
There's something fishy about twenty-year-old t niversity
More than 200 members are of raliforni) Kra(iuatc William Bardwell Curts.....Young
now attending the regular month- ,..,, .. ,. ,,i,;,,.. ii;,i.,,.
* ...... .u Mi -iient a month in a Nazi .ail tor iiiNiiltinir Ititlei......
Iv meetings. Interest in the ..
Lodged activities continues to Now. hack in this country, he s.ngs the praises of his jailers
mount as pressing problems are ),,,. t]lf treatment they accorded him.....\nd when a repor-
met daily. The meeting schedul- ,,.,. asked him about the beating he received, he sweetly re
d for this Tuesday promises to |j|(| ^ |n. ,,.], )....,, |.ateil lip verv badly. ... A differ-
he highly entertaining and edu- ^ Q ffi ^.^ llt,1(lmilstn. of
cational and all Brothers are ..... ii -i
urged to attend. Progress and the American School at Berlin, who has come hack to this
Harmony are the watchwords in country for good.....When asked to define the difference
Sholem Lodge' between American democracy and German Nazidom he deliv-
ered this nifty: "Here, when you hear footsteps at the door
at 6:00 A. M.. it means that the milkman has arrived. ... If
of the vital relationship betweenjyou hear a knock at 6:00 A. M. in a home in Germany you
democracy and the achievement kiss your family good-bye. because the Gestapo is paying you
of economic justice. Therefore,^ vjsj| "
any discussion of the factors in-
volved in motivating the business,
agricultural, labor and other
groups in our national life to cre-
ate a social order based on spir
itual and religious values, is an
event second to none."
Participating in the discussions
will be representatives, clerical
and lay of the Protestant, Catho-
lic and Jewish faiths, who have
been closely identified with the
struggle for a more humane so-
cial order.
FORECAST
A fw prognostications on the World Zionist Congress
opening on August 16th: From the first day of the Congress
Jewish newspaper correspondents will cable home the inside
dope on Dr. Weizmann's definite decision to resign from the
presidency of the World Zionist Organization. The ques-
tion of whether Weizmann might possibly reconsider will be
the focal point of every newspaper report on the conclave. .
The McCoy is that although Weizmann is a very tired man in
his middle sixties the efforts to coax him to stay on at the
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PAGE FOUB
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1939
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF
SERVICES

Morning services daily at 8:00
o'clock.
Mincha services at 6:45 P- M.
Maariv services daily at 7:30
P. M.
Mincha services Friday at 6:80
P M.
Kabolas Shabbos at 6:45 P. M.
Sabbath morning services at
9:00 o'clock.
Sabbath afternoon classes at
5:45 o'clock.
Mincha on Sabbath at 6:30
P. M.
Shalos Sudaa at 6:45 P. M.
Maariv services on Saturday at
7:35 P. M.

LADIES AUXILIARY
PICNIC
The annual picnic of the Ladies
Auxiliary will be held in Hardie's
Casino, 45 Ocean Drive, Miami
Beach, on this coming Sunday all
day, August 6th. The committee
in charge will have a full course
dinner, salads, sandwiches, drinks
and all sorts of delicacies. As in
the past moderate prices will pre-
vail and the committee's person-
nel is ample guarantee that a
splendid time will be had by all.
We respectfully request that our
friends come and support this en-
terprise.
VETERANS BALL
**
We are pleased to commend
the candidacy of Miss Ethel Mint-
zer to be Coronation Queen of
the Jewish War Veterans Military
Ball and ask our many friends to
help her gam this coveted honor.
111. NOUS
IN THE SYNAGOGUE *

Rev. Nathan Wroobel has been
elected to chant the Mussaph ser-
vices during the coming High
Holidays.
Rev. N. Mereminsk, a visitor in
our community will be the guest
of our Schul this Sabbath coming
and will conduct the Eyn Yaakov
class Saturday afternoon.
Rabbi Kellner will continue his
discussion of the local Kashruth
situation and make pertinent an-
nouncements about recent devel-
opments.


MAZEL TOV

Sincere congratulations and
very best wishes to Mr. and Mrs.
I. Lipton upon the birth of their
grand-daughter.
Sunday evening t h e Miami
Beach A. Z. A.'s were guests of
honor at a dance at the CWclaii-
der Hotel with about thirty mem-
bers present.
The Miami Reach A. Z. A. ex
tends congratulations to the Mi-
ami Chapter on reaching its goal
of 30 members and they will be
awarded a permanent charter at
the District convention-
Last Monday evening; in the
Beth Jacob Synagogue, Royal
Palm Chapter held its formal ini-
tiation services. Initiated into
the order was Arthur Weiss. Mr.
Milton A. Friedman conducted
the ceremony. Mrs. George Chert-
kof was the guest speaker.
This Monday evening at the
regular meeting of the Royal
Palm Chapter A. Z. A-, at the
Beth Jacob Synagogue at 7:30 the
second in the lecture of cultural
talks by this Chapter's vocational
counselor Mr. Jiseph Berman.
will be heard. The public is cor-
dially invited to attend.
XXX
At a recent meeting of the
Miami Chapter 332 of A. Z. A-,
the following officers were elect-
ed: Irving Ginsburg, president;
Aaron Goldstein, vice-president;
Murray Dacks, secretary; Frank
Davis, treasurer; Louis Arono-
vitz, publicity chairman; Max
Tendrich, sergeant-atarms; Mar-
shall Rosenfeld, assistant ser-
geant-at-arms and Al Kasanof,
religious chairman.
The officers will be installed j
and pledges initiated Sunday Au-
gust 13th at 8:00 P. M., at the.
Y. M. H. A. clubrooms, 1567 S.
W. Fifth Street, with Bernard \
Miller in charge of arrangements.
Pledges to be initiated include:
Louis Aronovitz, Murray Dacks,
Raymond Lyons, Frank Marks,
Sam Schafer, Ira Selevan, Bob
Rosenthal, Philip Kolman, Ben
Kovensky, Norman Somberg, Al >
Signer and Howard Schwartz. A
program will be presented and re-
freshments served. All members
and friends are cordially invited
to attend.
Speakers at the last meeting were
Mrs- George Chertkof, Mr. Al
Pallot, president of B'nai B'rith,
and Mr. Milton A. Friedman, A.
Z. A. sponsor and national deputy
of A. Z. A. Murray Dacks was
named delegate to represent the'
Miami A. Z. A at the annual con-
vention of District 6 at Camp
Transylvania, Brevard, N. C.
Other members who will attend
are Irving Ginsburg. Norman
Somberg, Marshall Rosetifeld,
Bob Rosenthal. Aaron Goldstein
and Al Kasanof.
A Message from the Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
(BY MRS. BENJAMIN LE VINE, President)
SOCIETY
CEREMONY
TO BE HEM)
The Pidyon Haben of Douglas
Baron, the son of Mr, and Mrs
Harry S. Schwartz, will be held
Sunday afternoon. August 6th at
3:00 P. M., followed by a house ,
wanning at their home, 1802 S
W. 17th Street. Rabbi Abraham
A. Kellner and Rev. Josef Malek
will participate In the services
All friends are cordially in
to attend.
Miami Section, with its added
work in the past year, particu-
larly in Service to Foreign Born
and Scholarship Departments,
need funds very badly in order to
function. Therefore, to help de-
fray some of the expenses, and
through the courtesy of Mr. Ar-
thur Childers, owner of the Royal
Palm Club, we are sponsoring our
second annual summer dan.' OH
Wednesday evening, August 16th,
admission 50 cents per person.
We promise every one a good
time, for we feel that ev< ry one
will want to see the new K yal
Palm Club where additional st-
ir:;: capacitj is now available n
the new Bamboo Room, and Mr-
Childers has promised B u
winter show for that evei
\\V call upon the commu:
aid us in this cause and itl nd
the dance, and at the sam
spend a pleasant evening,
every one you know and rei
acquaintance with those wh
been away for the rammer
eta may be procured fron
following committee:
Mrs. Ralph Neufeld. Mr-
Stone, Mrs. Abe Rubin, Mr- im
Kanner, Mrs. s. J, Baaker,
Julius Jacobstein, Mrs Horn
lig, Mrs. Lewis Brown. Mi-
ni' Duhler and Mrs. Her1' U
Peibelman; or by tdephon
Council office at 8-0654.
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(Continued from Pane Three)
helm of the Zionist ship of state
will be successful. There will
will be plenty of rumors tbout a
reconciliation with the Revision-
ists and the inclusion of Jatobin-
sky in the Executive. Forget
about it, though. It won't hap-
pen. You will, furthermore,
read sensational dispatches de-
claring that in view of the pics
ent European political setup an
American should head the World
Zionist Organization. Dr. Ste
phen S. Wise's name will be
prominently mentioned But
that won't happen either. As
for the American delegational-
though it's the strongest ever
Bent to any Congress it won't be
very much in the picture. The
reason being that the represen-
YOUNG RABBI
37 years old, married, two chil-
dren, well versed in Yiddish
and English: Excellent Chazan,
Organizer.
Wonderful speaker, Hebrew & t
Sunday School teacher; Shoched
for chickens; reader of Torah,
wishes a permanent position in i
the South; willing to come for
a trial. Answer THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami
Florida.
tatives of American Zionism have
no specific plan of the r own to
in -i nt and def< nd,
ABOUT PEOPLE
James McDonald, form r Ilitrh
Commission* r for Refugees, i-
ked for the pr -
of tho amalgamated City College
and Hunt'T Collegi "f Now York.
. It's a bit late in the day. but
i '\ i just discovered that Pearl
Levison, who won that Si.11(1(1
World's Fair poem prize a couple
of months ago. is a niece of the
Yiddish poet Michael Persal and'
the great-granddaughter of the
famous Tzaddik of Radin, II* i-!
tezz Ohaim. If you want to
realize how time flies just pon-
der over the fact that youthful-
lookingand, for that matter.
youngSidney Wallach of the
American Jewish Committee is
celebrating his tenth wedding an-
niversary this month. Jane
Manner, the former Cincinrtatian
who now heads one of New York's
finest school! of spoech. has
li-h d a "Better Speech
Study Course" for the bei I
those who would like to .-
method but live too far aw
attend her classes. It is
r who is coaching Ila R n
and John Banner. out-' n
refugee players in the
'From Vienna," in the
ci of English pronunciat
Yes, It's true -you're never
to hear our Libby Holman
torch songs again. She'- _
in for the serious drama in .
way. Eddie Cantor will
be able to play his own biogi
in the movies unless he set!
the legal claims of the I' I
Freedman estate, which
the copyright on Eddie's lifi
Piter I/>rre wants a change fl m
him Mr. Moto roles, and is tr
to persuade his producer t
him as Jack the Ripper. Pel r
doesn't know that his boss. T
t cth-Century Fox. has decidi I to
discontinue his Moto series

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
*A.GEFTVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
SURVEY REPORT
REVEALS STATUS
JEWISH DOCTORS
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
FOR THE YEAR
*
Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and
5:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning at 8:50.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School9:00 a.
m.. to 12:00.
New York. (WNS)Although
more than 47 per cent of the |
Jewish physicians in the Urf.ted
Suit s practice in New York
State, with the bulk concentrated
on the Atlantic- Seaboard between
Baltimore and Boston, there are
over 400 communities in the
country with a population of 10,-
(100 or more which have no Jewish
physicians, according to a preli-
minary survey of the
MOSES MESChELOPF. Rabbi
825 Michigan ai enua
I'll'..... 5-1328
DAILY SERVICES
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Till Michigan Avenue
Theme 5-2U13
I
Mornings at 8:00 A. M.j Even-
ings at 6:30 and 7:15; Sabbaths:
Friday evening at 0:30; Saturday
morning at 8:30; Saturday after
Medical noon at 6:80. Rabbi Mescheloff
Committee on Research released will speak on- "The Portion of the
... i m. l. u >_'...,!,,. t'i-",(l
RADIO PROGRAM
*
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con
duct the radio program Sunday
afternoon from 3:00 to 3:30 P. M.
over Station WIOD. He will dis-
cuss "Ethics as the Basis for
L'fe.," ami Cantor Louis Haymtri
will chant the appropriate melo-
dies accompanied on the piano by
Mrs. Essie Shaeffer,
Week" at Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:30
Saturday-
last week by the Conference on
Jewish Relations.
The survey represents some of
the findings of a committee which
has been engaged for the past
three years in a study of Jews in
medicine in the United States.
A report on the findings appears ()m. ((ffjt.,.rs, members of the
in the last quarterly issue of i ,..,! (l, Directors, members of
"Jewish Social Studies" published {ne Congregation and Sist.rhooc1
the outside. The inside of the
synagogue including all our He-
I r< w School classrooms are now
being painted.
Pulpit chairs for our new syna-
gogue have been ordered and will
arrive before the holiday season.
**
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL *
CONDOLENCE
by the ('uiifi rence.
ers, but did not further identify
the organization.
XXX

ORAYNOO
"OUR LIGHT"
BY HELEN BRAUNSTEIN, EDITOR | ;
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
CHOIR ENGAGED
j EOLA DRIVE
ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. 8KOP

SERVICES
Friday at sundown. Shabbos at
A. M., throughout summer.
Mr. Morris I^ahellman has re
turned from his trip to the World
Fair.
MAZEL TOV
Heartiest Mazel Tov to Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Weinroth and Mr. and
Mrs. Jules Mellow who announce
the birth of sons. Mrs. Weinroth
is the daughter of Mrs. George
Harris of Orlando and Patterson,
N. J.. and Mrs. Mellow is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M Sei-
gel of Orlando. The circumcision
ceremonies will be held at the
Orange General Hospital.
Manny F.hrlich and Warren
Goldsmith, popular Rollins boys
are touring the west and atVnd-
ing the University of Colorado
for a summer course-
Mis. M. M. Segal is visiting
relatives in New York City.
express their deepest feeling of
loss and sorrow at the demise of j
Mr. Joseph Wien, m< mber of our
Board of Directors, this week.
i Mr. Wien was a sincere, earnest.'
Atlanta. (WNS) -Asser ti n ,:f.thful worker for our Congre- ,
that "cordial and ultima gat ion, His death leaves a gap
tions are made impOSS j,, (1U|. ranks difficult to fill.
r pression and persecution, '
a \th congress of the Baptist
World Alliance approved resolu-
tions demanding "full mainten-
ance Of absolute religious liberty" ......
for all men. A choir of six voices nas been
Reiterating a racial stand tak eMgage en in 1934 in Berlin, the Baptists H(()y Uay 8ervices this year. A
declared "This Congress deplores lH,autifui repertoire of liturgi al
and condemns as a violation of nuisil. is being prepared to make
the law of God. all racial arri- tms year-s Mrv.ces the most im-
mosity, and every form of op- |)rl,ssivc ever.
pression or unfair discrimination Cantors have already been en-
toward Jews, or toward subject pafleA to perform the services in
rac-'s in any part of the world." our (ll(, synaKKUe building as
well as the new. We are now
pr pared to seat every Jew and
Jewess in Miami Beach for the
coming holidays. Prices of seats
will be the most reasonable. Seats
will be on sale the first week In
September.
Registration of new children
proceeds regularly every weekday
morning at the synagogue office.
Preparations for the holiday '
son have already begun in the
study of holiday laws ar.-d d rc-
monies.
All classes are h Id in the cool
morning hours during the sum-
mer. We urge parents of chil-
dren between th-' ages of ,; and
14 to reg Bter them now.
PLEASE ATTEND
.**
The Congregation and Junior
members are urged to attend the
vocational guidance lectures giv-
en by Mr. Joseph Berman and
sponsored by the Miami Beach A.
Z. A.'s this Monday evening at
7:30 P. M.
THE SOCIAL SWIRL
Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz visited
Orlando for the week-end and re-
turned to Daytona Beach.
Mrs. I. Becker and children will
spend August at Daytona Beach-
New York. (WNS)"The ma-
terials and labor shortage in Ger-
many must lead to economic col-
lapse of the Reich Government,"
it was stated here by Captain G.
Kdgerton Harriman. Executive
Secretary of the Non-Sectarian
Anti Nazi League. The direct re-
Bull of this shortage, which was
admitted by German authorities,
will be a steady decrease of Inr
| portationa because of the result-
ant poorer products.
SOCIETY
TO LEAVE
SATURDAY
Mr. M. Wechsler will leave Sa1
urday for New York where h
will attend the unveiling of a
tombstone in the memory of his
wife. He will then leave for
Chicago where he will visit with
his son. Dr. J. Wechsler.
IMPROVEMENTS
,.........? |
Our old synagogue building
has been completely painted on
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MOHEL
PHONE 2-0828
300 N. W. 16th Ave.
Mr. I. Friedman left to spend
the High Holidays with his chil-
dren in Syracuse and Massena.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Katz haye
returned from their vacation In
Miami.
Mrs. Birdie Weiner and children
are in Daytona Beach with Mr.
and Mrs. Medinkowitz-
Mrs. B. Waldman is visiting
her children, Mr. and Mrs. George
Waldman.
Mrs. Herb Talisman has return-
ed from her vacation in Miami
Beach.
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Seltzer
are vacationing in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Small is visiting relatives
in North Carolina.
Mrs. Gus Bear has returned
from a month's stay in New
Smyrna with her two lovely
daughters, Marian and Rhea Mar
cia.
N,w York. (WNS)-Rather
than make a martyr of 41-year-
old Joseph Hartery arrested on
July for making B disparaging
speech about Jews. Magistrate
Richard P. McKiniry. m Bronx
Magistrates Court, dismissed a
charge of disorderly con d U-C t
brought against the defendant.
Patrolman James Colbert, who
made the arrest, quoted Hartery
as saying that "If necessary we
will stage a bloody riot to get
satisfaction." Patrolman Colbert
had declared himself to be a
member of the Christian Mobilis-
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PilL Anti-Pain Pills do not upset the stom-
ach. They take effect quickly tooand they
taste like wintergren wafers.
You can't do good workyou can't have
a good time when you are suffering from
Neuralgia Headache
-Muscular or Periodic pains
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relief? We believe you will be delifhted with the
results. Thousands of others are.
It will not cost much. Anti-Pain Pills sell for
one cent each, (less in Economy Package) and
one pill usually relieves.
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIaN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1939
NEWS FROM
J. W, VJ
Convention Headquarters
The members of the Jewish War
Veterans Convention Corporation,
under the direction of Harry H.
Sthaffer, Past National Com-
mender, are now busily engaged
in arranging for the entertain-
ment of the thousands of dele-
gates who are expected to at-
tend the Convention, opening
on August 28th.
Donald LaVigne, chairman of
th? Parade Committee, is meet-
ing daily with Major Close, who
is the Grand Marshall of the Pa-
rade, and with the heads of each
division of the Parade and we
predict that the people of Miami
fry, free golf arfd many other
amusements too numerous to
mention.
Requests for reservations
have already been received from
delegates throughout the United
I States, many of whom are con-
j templating spending from two
to three weeks in Miami with
their families.
The campaign for the election
of the Queen of the Military
Ball waxes hot and a spirited
rivalry exists between the var-
ious organizations who are en-
deavoring to elect their favorite
candidate.
HOW THEY STAND
ADELE SEGALL ............................ 10,500
BELLE TANNEN ........................... 4.900
HARRIETTE TOBIN ........................ 4100
ETHEL MINTZER ........................... 2,700
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR LATEST RESULTS
i
will witness a most inspiring
fight on Thursday evening. Au-
gust 31, as thero are many sur-
prises and innovations in store
which will make this Parade the
most outstanding in Miami his-
tory.
Harry Markowitz has arrang-
ed a coupon book for the visiting
delegates whicfi will entitle
them to free admission to the
Seaglades Cabanas, Midget Au-
to Races, a bus sight seeing
tour, sight-seeing tour on the
boat "Nikko," free moving pic-
tures, free beer at one of the
breweries, free cocktails, a fish
NAZI-FINANCED PAPER
FOMENTS ANTI SEMITISM
At the meeting held Monday of
the Civic League of Miami Beach,
Miss Charlotte Dreyfus was nom-
inated to represent the League in
the contest for Queen- of the Mil-
itary Ball sponsored by the Jew-
ish War Veterans.
XXX
All candidates for "Queerr" of
the Ball were presented at the
"Carload of Fun" affair held
Thursday evening at Bay Front
Park.
which aroused hatred against
any class of British subjects. The
paper, founded after the recent
visit of Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, is
modelled after "Der Steurmer."
NEW A. Z. A. CHIEF
Joseph Borensts>in, the para-
lyzed Chicago youngster, who
is the nw Grand Aleph Godol
(president) of. Aleph Zadik
Aleph. the Junior B'nai R'rith.
A victim of infantilo paraly
sis. Borenstein is one of the
most active A. 7. A. members
despite th- fact that he has I
get around 0,1 crutches. He 1
cently underwent an operation
which, it is hoped, may enable
him to walk without the aid of
crutches. Twenty years old, he
is a member of Deborah Chap-
ter, Chicago, and a student in
the Northwestern Universitj
School of Commerce.
Great Britain. The vote on the
issue was 70 per cent for adm s-
sion, 26 per eerft against and four
per cent didn't know. Eighty
four per cent of those who fav-
ored admission voted for restric-
tions to safeguard British work-
ers- Fifteen per cent voted for
entry with no restrictions.
SEEK TO HALT JEWISH
POSITION IN HOLLAND
Bombay, (WNS) Following
the establishment of a new news-
paper, printed in1 three languages,
the Jewish community here pro-
tested vigorously to the Govern-
ment that the paper was inciting
anti-Jewish feeling and that such
incitement violated the provision
of the Indian Penal Code prohi
b.ting the publication of items
GREAT BRITAIN FAVORS
ADMISSION OF REFUGEES
London, (WNS)Following a
survey by the British Institute
of Public Opinion on the question
of admitting refugees to England,
the result, as disclosed by the
News-Chronicle, showed that an
overwhelming majority of Br>
tains favored their admission to
Warsaw. (WNS)Meeting to
discuss the Jewish question, the
executive committee of the Nat-
ional Democratic Party decided to
launch a campaign against ci
cumcision and the preparation
of matzos for Passover under th''
slogan "Down with mediaeval
customs." It is believed that the
committee will adopt measures to
halt any improvement in rela
tons between Poles and Jews with
a view towards eliminating Jews
from municipal councils, cham-
bers of commerce and universi-
ties.
It was reported here that fire
destroyed the poor Jewish quar-
ter of the township of Grabowiec
i th,- province of Lub-n, leaving
200 persona destitute.
Physicians attached to the Pol-
ish Social Wclfar-' Department
will no longer use German reme-
dies in prescribing for their pa-
tients, and asked "the,- Polish
doctors to fellow their example.
CZECH FASCISTS OPPOSE
FRIENDSHIP TO JEWS
IN PROTECTORATE"
Psague, (WNS) "White Jews"
described in a statement by the
Czech "Aryan" Union as com-
prising Free Masons, persons who
subscribe to Jewish principles.
persons friendly to .lew-, and
those who favor Jewish ideala
and contributiona to "Jewish dom-
inaton" of the world, will be
vigorously fought by the Unioj}.
according to adviees which
that the anti-Semitic L'i i< 1 op-
posed to President Emil Hacha's
Party of National Solidarity, >
increasingly a live here. It Is
reported that the Union ,1
force Jews and "White
from holding public off
owning property and that it
complete separation of Jen n
"Aryans" along the lines
bv the Nazis.
SOCIETY
MARRIAGE
TAKES PLACE
The marriage of Miss
Ste n. daughter of Mr. at
Nathan Stein, to Hernia
Brenner, son of Mr. ami
Joa ph Brenner, took pla
day afternoon, July 30th
Colony Hotel, Miami Bea
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellm
dating. A reception follov
1 mony. The couple left
honeymoon trip to the B I
They will reside in Miam
Mr. Brenner is connected
mercantile business.
STOP/ YOURE
DRIVING ME
CRAZY
I LOVE TO SEE \
THE CHILDREN HAVE [ V^ .
A GOOD TIME
T/Jklck
KIN D OF
MOTHER
ARE YOU
Do you "fly all to pieces" wham the children are noisy, or
when the vegetables burn, or when the Jelly won't "jell?"
6ome mothers are just naturally cranky. Some mothers are
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
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JIWISH HATIONAl I UNO
X. F. STAMPS MARK ADVENT OF NEW
CENTURY IN HEBREW CALENDAR
When the sun will set on the 29th day of Ellul (Sep-
- :.ber 13th.) a new century in the Hebrew calendarthe
eighth of the sixth millenium since Creationwill be ush-
ered in. The advent of the new century has been marked
by a new issue of Jewish National Fund stamps as a means
:or obtaining mass support for the Fund's Palestine Land
Redemption work.
The stamp for the year 5700 (to the left,) containing
a reproduction of the Tower of Hanita, the most northern
of the fifty agricultural settlements established in Palestine
since the beginning of the Arab disturbances, has been is-
sued for use by Synagogues during the High Holiday sea-
son. Carrying the Biblical injunction, "Give ye redemp-
tion to the land," these stamps will be affixed to Syna-
gogue High Holiday admission cards in acknowledgement
of 5c or 10c contributions for Palestine Land Redemption.
The stamp to the right, symbolizing the Biblical vow, "If
I forget thee, 0, Jerusalem," has been made available to
many adherents to the Keren Kayemeth stamp tradition
to decorate their High Holiday mail as the eighth century
in the sixth millenium of the Hebrew calendar is being
ushered in.
IT HAPPENED TO THE JEWS
(BY RABBI MORDECAI L.BR ILL)
Th? first Jewish orphan asylum
was founded in London in 1831.
Previous to that time orphans
were taken care of in private
homesa plan which modern so-.
cial workers now look upon with
greater favor.
In the 17th century Lithuania
measures had to be adopted for
the sheltering and training of
numerous refugee children. An
interesting regulation of the time
called for the registration of all
refugee children in order to pre-
vent the inadvertant marriage of
brothers and sisters.
The Jewish community was, in
former times, expected to provide
the dowry for poor or orphaned
girls who could not provide for
their own. However, as often as
not, there were not sufficient
funds to provide dowries for all
the girls who needed them and
this gave rise to some interesting
regulations. The lucky recipients
were chosen by lot- Thus in Rome
the number of dowries was lim-
ited to twelve a year. (17th cen-
tury. In Lithuania, at a later
date, three judges representing
the community were to select the
lucky brides. (Was this the fore-
runner of the modern beauty con-
tests ?)
Whether the Jewish community
should intervene on behalf of its
members arrested for crimes was
a question on which not all Jew-
ish leaders agreed. A seventeenth
century Rabbi protests against
attempts to gain clemency. He
writes: "I emphatically protest
against the custom of our commu-
nal leaders of purchasing the
freedom of Jewish criminals Such
B policy encourages crime among
our people."
FIFTY JEWS RELEASED
FOLLOWING ARRESTS
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen-
cy)Aug. 17Fifty of the total
of 148 Jews who were arrested
four days ago following whole-
sale round-ups by the military
authorities in R-ehovoth, Petach
Tikvah, and Rishon le Zion, were
released, it was reported- No de-
ta Is were given regarding the
fate of the remainder.
MANDATE REPORT IS
CENSORED IN PART
BY MACDONALD
SYRIA CONDITIONALLY
ACCEPTS REFUGEES
Geneva, (WNS)The lone
awaited Mandates Commission re-
port on the British White Paper
on Palestine may be issued on
August 10. Informed sources
hinted that the report, blue-pen-
ciled by the Government, was cen-
sored by Colonial Secretary Mal-
colm Mac-Donald. Interested cir-
cles are speculating on whether
or not the document will present
the complete picture of the Man-
dates examination of Mai-Donal-.'
in its censored form.
Paris, (WNS)Hope that the
quarantined passengers of the S.
S. Frossula would be permitted
to remain in Syria was expressed
by the Jewish community of Bei-
rut in a cable to central relief
organizations here. It is under-
stood that the refugee passengers
aboard the Frossula, which was
swept by an epidemic at sea, may
be allowed to enter if Jewish or-
j ganizations provided funds for
their maintenance and guaranteed
' they would not become public
charges.
I
I
When the Cossack uprisings of
1652 sent homeless Jews swarrrr
t into Lithuania, the resident
Iewish householders were requir-
i-.| by their communal leaders to
their respective quotas of
refugees for temporary shelter.
Shortly thereafter a number of
synods representative councils)
were convened to plan for large
scale relief for the unfortunates
(Sounds strangely modern).
x x x
At a synod held at Cracow
(1908) the 50 rabbis present took
a public oath declaring that the
blood accusation leveled at Jews
was absolutely false, and that
neither the Talmud nor any other
rabbinical book contains any
mention of the ritual use of blood
which would be contrary to Jew-
ish law. This same synod also
warned the Jewish youth to re-
frain from joining the ranks of
the Nihilists or the Socialists,
whose object, the destruction of
the ex,sting government, the sy-
nod declared to be treasonable
according to Jewish law.
When the celebrated Meir or
Rothenburg (13th century) was
cast into prison his followers im-
mediately set about raising the
large sum needed for his ran-
som. The rabbi would not avail
himself of the offer to have him-
self released in that manner be-
,aus'' he fared that it would es-
tablish a dangerous precedent
whereby noblemen in need of
ready .ash would have an easy
time of it. Every time they
needed money they could imprison
some Jewish notable and wait for
the ranson money which would
i ol be long in forthcoming
WANTED!
Will pay $1.00 each for
copies of The Jewish Flori-
dian issue <>f November 19,
1987. Address
CHARLES LUBELSKY
Care P. O. Box 2973, Miami.
Florida
10%
REDUCTION
IN ROUND-TRIP
COACH FARES
ON THE SEABOARD SYSTEM
RABBINICAL ASSEMBLY NEW OFFICERS ELECTED RE-
CENTLY AT NATONAL CONVENTION
Doctor Max Arzt of Scrantcm, Pa., the new president has just been appointed to the
Faculty of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Rabbi Leon S. Lang of Newark.
N. J. the new vice-president. Doctor Simon Greenberg of Philadelphia, Pa., is the retir-
ing president.
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TAMPA......... 3.90
JACKSONVILLE...... 5.50
ATLANTA ........10-40
CINCINNATI.......17.70
CHICAGO........23.20
NEW ORLEANS......14-75
Similar low fare* to all point*.
Coach fares linted above good on
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AMAZING now com-
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THF. JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, AUGU8T 4, 1939
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
WOULD FREEZE JEWISH
CAPITAL IN DANZIG
(Continued from Page One)
TEMPLE ISRAEL
HOME CAMP
1
The Home Camp students con-
ducted an open house rally at th2
"Y" Tuesday evening. August 1st
at 7:00 o'clock before a capacity
audience. The program was con-
ducted entirely by the children
and elicited praise and commenda-
tion from every one present.
Never before in the history of
Miami Jewry has there been seen
such an array of talent by chil-
dren of tender ages as was seen
at the Home Camp Rally at the
"Y."
The follow:ng is a copy of the
program that was conducted on
that evening:
1.Call to Assembly and Flag
SaluteRichie Schulman and
Campers.
2.AmericaAudience.
3.Camp CheersPhylis Schul-
man and Cheer Leaders.
4.Playlet"The Brownie Par-
ty"Juniors.
5___Opening RemarksMaurice
Grossman, Executive Director.
6.Remarks a.Al Pallot,
President of Y. II. H. A.; bBea
Stepkin, President of Y. W. H A.;
cMilton Friedman. Past Presi"
dent of Y. M. H. A; dLeon Lie-
berman. Treasurer of Camp; e.
Dr. Harold Rand. Camp Doctor;
f.Herman Waitsman, Finance
Chairman-
7Playlet "Broken Win-
dows"Seniors.
8Exhibition of Arts and
CraftsSenior BoysRuth Ros-
enfeld, Mrs. Ambrose and Camp-
ers.
9.CheersCampers and Cheer
Leaders.
10.Plalylet "When the
Worm Turns"Seniors-
11.Cheers and SongsCamp-
ers.
12T a p Dane eCharlotte
Blumberg, Senior Camper.
13.Presentation of Prizes-
Mrs. Leon Lieberman, Camp
Mother.
14."The Great Pajama Case"
Senior Girls.
15."Aren't You Glad You
Came"Cordelia Hillfinger, Sen-
ior Girl-
16.TapsRichie Schulman. |
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SENIOR DIVISIONMEN
A gala night was held at the
"Y" last Wednesday evening Au-
gust 2nd when Chief Quigg and
his crack pistol shooting team
gave a demonstration at the "Y.'
This team ranks second among
the Police Pistol Teams in the
country in markmanship and pis-
tol shooting. Safety Commis-
sioner Dan Reynolds gave a f*W
remarks.
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EXTRA FLASH!
SENIOR DIVISION-
WOMEN
At the last meeting of this di-
vision, the constitution was adop-
ted and plans were made to com-
plete the library. Our Executive
Director. Maurice Grossman, in
speaking before this group, ad-
vised them to undertake complet-
,ng the library and to raise funds
for the purpose of purchasing a
moving picture projecting ma-
chine.
These matters will be consid-
ered at subsequent meetings.
----------Y----------
JUNIOR DIVISION
A Spelling Bee was conducted
by this division Monday evening
July 31st with Ira Selevan win-
ning first prize. Other prizes
were won by Milton Appel. Mar-
garet Horowitz. Phil Weintraub
and Al Fein-
At the next meeting, to be held
Monday August 7th. Milton A.
Friedman. Past President of the
"Y" will be the guest speaker.
----------Y----------
SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION
This group held a beach party
last Saturday night at 96th Street
Beach. Mr. Mel Kaler furnished
a truck that conveyed the children
to the beach and back again.
Mrs. Bea Stepkin, President of
the Y- W. H. A.. Miss Marjorie
Roberts .Mr. and Mrs. Dock and
I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman
acted as chaperons.
ATTENTION
ALL DIVISIONS
Danz:g hitherto had made semi-
annual payments to Jews abroad
by selling Jewish pi Thl-'
money will now be paid into Dan-
zig's |.ar:ks. but the equivalent
ultimately may go to the emi-
grants from commercial credits
being built up by the Fre< '
in Palestine. Officials denied that
that the procedure amounted to
confiscation of Jewish wealth re-
maining here.
Nazi authorities in I1
a, v said to be pressing for
plete mastery of the Jewish ques-
tion because they know that
"Danzig and the hundred or more
villages surrounding it will come
into the Reich soon." The decree,
permitting seizure of Jewish
wealth, struck a blow at emigra-
tion hopes of many of the 1.700
Jews remaining in the Free City,
who are eager to follow 10.000
others who have found homes
: abroad since the rise of the Nazi
regime in Germany.
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7', 45
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
" ;. creek DrM-MM 530 N. E. Il.t It-MMI
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
,..,: will be In the Tempi* every
, ., .,... matters conoernlna th- Jewti
.,,,.., You will be assured Bymp
U, say. each matter will be !.
, Regular services will be i
CONGREGATIONAL the Tempi'- this Friday
.......... July 21st at 8:15 P M .
Do n>t withdraw thyself from be conducted by Rabbi Colman A.
! the congregation-"Hillel Zwitman.
DENY CITIZENSHIP TO 4.-..000
JEWISH FAMILIES
We again urge you to vote for
Miss Ethel Mintzer as Queen of
the Jewish War Veterans Mili-
tary Ball. Each ticket counts as
one hundred votes. Phone the
"Y" for your tickets3-4012.
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DIAMOND BALL
Bucharest. (WNS) A total of
135,000 Jews have lost their Rou-
manian citizenship on various
grounds including such charges
as fraudulent entry and insuffi-
cient length of residence- During
the past two weeks approximately
45.000 Jewish families were told
to apply for alien : lents' per-
mits before August 2.". or face
removal to concentration camps.
According to figures supplied by
the American Jewish Commit*-. .
there are approximately 728.000
Jews in Roumania-
New York, (WNS)In a spec-
ial commencement ceremony two
nuns of the Congregation of the
- ten of St Joseph, Brentwood,
L. I., w.rc graduated this week
from the Laboratory School of
the Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn.
This was the first time that the
h Hospital had given train-
ing :ir.il diplomas to members of
. R mar. Cath I S jterhood.
BELGIUM CONSIDERS DEPOR-
TATION OF ILLEGAL
EMIGRES
On Wednesday evening, August
16th the Y. II, H. A. will hold a
Stag Smoker and Entertainment
for members and prospective
members ONLY. The Meetings
Committee, composed of Sam Sil-
ver, chairman; John Kronenfeld
and William Pallot, are making
elaborate preparations.
We have learned, from advance
information, that there will be
some professional boxing and
wrestling bouts. Watch these
columns for further details.
There will be a Board Meeting
of the Y. M. H. A. on Wednesday
evening, August 9th in the Li-
brary.
Dr. Barney Weinkle, our dia-
mond-ball team manager, and j
each and every member of the
team is to be congratulated for j
splendid showing they are mak-
ing. In a very close game on last
Tuesday evening we defeated the j
Y. M. C. A. crack team by a score 1
of 13 to 12.
We are now leading the Miami
Beach Diamond-Ball League and
are eligible to enter the South
Florida State Tournament. The
fighting spirit in the members of 1
the team is marvelous, and it is
I this spirit that is making the j
I team win all the games- We have ,
lost NO games in the second half
and are way out in front.
Keep up the good work boys.
The Y. M. H. A. is behind you
and is for you. We had a cham-
pionship team last year. let's
repeat it this year.
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Brussels. (WNS)The Belgian
Government will deport refugees
who entered Belgium illegally
during the last two months only
after due consideration and care-
ful examination of the papers of
any refugee who entered the;
country recently, has been made.
The expulsions, to be carried
out individually, may affect ap-
proximately 3,000 refugees and it
is understood from official sourc-
es that everything will be done
to take into consideration the
special position of the majority
of the exiles.
Those who have no visas will
be gent back to the frontier by
which they crossed into Belgium.
The government's decision to de-
port the refugees is meant to
serve as a warning to those who
may attempt to cross the border
into Belgium in the future.
xxx
Warsaw, 1 WXSl Fi)Tt>xight
living abroad, most
:,, Jews, were denationalis-
ed bj thi g iverriment which puh-
lished the list here. Included are
22 residents in the United States.
8 in Palestine. 10 in France, and
17 in other countries.
xxx
London, WNS 1Accusing the
the Jews of conducting an "atro-
city whispering campaign." Der
Angriff, official organ of Reich
Propaganda Minister Goebbels,
hinted at the possibility of a new
pogrom against the Jews of Ger-
many if it were not stopped.
BOWLING
NORTHWEST AUSTRALIA IS
SUITED FOR COLONIZATION
EXPERT SAYS
a .f Australia where he made
a survey on colonization possibil-
ities based on rainfall, soils, cli-
mate, etc., with the information 1
that he was completely optimistic
of the suitability of the territory
for Jewish colonization.
Pending a report on his find-
ings Dr. Steinberg said he could
make nO committments to the Aus-
tralian Commonwealth. He de-
clared that any scheme fur the
establishment of refugees in the
Kimberleys would not necessarily]
result in "racial pockets" or "for-l
eign blocks." but that Jewish
refug< ea would m) ous to be-
.....16 good Australian citizens.
Budapest, (WNS)Under
cree published in the offi>:i ff
zette. Jewish students are
to 12 per cent and teacher
per cent of the total in Hui
commercial high schools. Non-
lews are required to furni-i
certificates of their par-
their non-Jewish
London, (WNS)A tota I
L-622,700 (about 2,500,00m was
contributed to the Lord B
Fund for Refugees. Futu'
ions to the fund, which
his week, will be turned r to
the Christian Council for Refu-
gees and the Council for G
Jewry.
Jerusalem. (WNS Palcoi Vges-
ey)Preliminary estimate- of
gates to the World Zionist Con-
gress indicated that the LaboriW
had gained an early lead kt the
polls. Apart from minor inci-
dents at Tel Aviv and Jer
the voting went off in orderly
fashion, although all s:
and the identity of their pi- r.a--
ers were most rigidly scru
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Perth Australia, (WNS)Dr.
I. Steinberg, secretary of the
Freiland League for Jewish Col-
onization, returned to Perth after
an extensive tour of the North-
Jack Apte, manager of the
bowling team, tells us that 25
persons were present last Thurs-
day evening and participated in
this great sport. Between 15 and
20 members will be enrolled in
the Herald Sweepstakes Tourna-
ment which will be held in a few
weeks.
We urge all members to come
out to the Miami Recreation Cen-
tere Thursday nights and root
for the team.
MAURICE GROSSMAN

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE pJewisti Floridian I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second das.* matter July 4, 1980, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act Oi March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION 1 ? %  i 2.oo i Heaths $ i no VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 30 FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1939 B'NAI B'RITH TIPS CBY BURNETT KOTH) (Substituting for Sidney Segall) Sholem Lodge continues t o grow! At the August meeting which ia to lie held at the Elks Lodge ;it K:oo P. M„ Tuesday, August S. more than 100 persons %  • ho h-ive recently been admitted into membership of B'nai B'rith are to be initiated. All Brothers, and particularly the initiates, are urged to attend and witness the impressive ritual service. I! held Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) RUMORED ABROAD Is there anything to this big reciprocal trade deal between Naziland and Roumania, which gives Germany 50,000 carloads of Roumanian wheat' Those who favor the Rublee plan and approve of the J. D. C. turning over $1,000,000 for that purpose should read the news from Danzig carefully Here is a glaring example of how Jews, even when they follow to the letter the Nazis' instructions on the transfer of their holdings, are still made the victims of special decrees that rob them of their lawful percentage of the money they were compelled to turn in to the Nazis. We don't know how compatible the political independence of Denmark and Norway is with the decision of the governments of these two countries to ban Warner Brothers' "Confessions of a Nazi Spy'' No movies showing Hitler or Mussolini are permitted to be screened in Mexico. Italy, on the other hand, doesn't O. K. any film scenes depicting labor strikes HEAR YE DEMOCRACY AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY Religious liberty, like democracy, of which it is an integral part, has until very recently been taken for granted by those "joying its privileges. A few years ago the suggestion that religious liberty in America was endangered branded the spokesman as an alarmist totally unfamiliar with the history of this country. Knowing heads pointed to the early efforts of Roger Williams, Lord Baltimore, William Penn, and the growth of the American tradition of separation of Church and State guaranteed forever in the Constitution. Reviewing the accounts of the proceedings of religious conferences these past few months one finds that doctrinal and factional issues have gradually been relegated to the background while major religious groups devote their energies to the subject of religious liberty. Today there are those who question the security of this ancient heritage and the questioners are no longer regarded as alarmists. What accounts for this shift of emphasis? There is no danger to freedom of worship in this country. We must look elsewhere for the reason. To those most concerned with this problem, the threat of religious liberty lies in the general assault on human liberties now prevalent abroad. All are agreed that freedoms are interrelated; that one cannot hope for the preservation of one when the maintenance of another becomes insecure. Will Washington in September 1939 be more fruitful than Evian in July 1938? In this question is summed up both the hopes and the fears of the homeless refugees that are wandering over the highways and the high seas of the world. The Intergovernmental Committee which met in London recently was invited to send a delegation to meet with Presi dent Roosevelt in the White House in September. It would be very difficult to list concretely the achievements of the Intergovernmental Committee established in July 1938 at the initiation of President Roosevelt. It has however made an important contribution in serving to crystallize the major issues involved in alleviating the plight of the Jewish refugees. It is a good omen indeed that the Intergovernmental Refu ge e Committee which was inspired by President Roosevelt should convene on American soil, far from the gloom and dark shadow of Hitlerism. We hope that in the midst of this great democracy the representatives of England, France. Belgium and the other countries who will meet with President Roosevelt will be inspired to courageous action which will not only give new hope to the refugees but eloquently reaffirm the union of world democracies in support of freedom and religious liberty. \i the in eting to 1> i Tuesday, nominations are going to be made for delegates to thi State B'nai B'rith Convention to A ""''' s '/"'-'I'"'-' reac-h !" n* rlial ( nnliunl Gasparn. I> held iii Jacksonville September P'^'feet "> 'he Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signature of 3rd and -It h. with planto spend I Rome, is coming here to put H stop to Pat her I'oughlin's inLabor Day week-end in Jackson-j creasing delusions of grandeur. The mystery of who ia ville. During the business ses nnanrillg Coughlin's radio time is becoming thicker. He son. the wives will le entertain. i • %  ,• i i -I by the Jacksonville Auxiliary has contracted for daily quarter and hall hour periods on aland all are assured an enjoyable mosl fifty stations, ... In order to circumvent the new radio week-end. Contact Brother Bencode thai prohibits dissemination of "racial" propaganda jamin Le Vine for reservations, Ooughiln hooks his time through his Social Justice organizaon the special train being chartered by B'nai B'rith. Round trip fare is only $9.IK) with special rates assured at the air-cond tioned hotel. -BB'nai B'rith continues to evidence its leadership in community affairs by maintaining Miss Adeh' Segall as the leading candidate for Queen of the Jewish War Veteran's Grand Military Ball which will l> held in Miami August -'-'th. Interest keeps increasing in the Queen's contest ai.ll it is essential that B'nai B'rith maintain its prestige by electing Miss Segall as Queen of th? Ball. All members should cooperate by purchasing their tickets to the dance from a member' of the Ticket Committee, B tion. The New Ycrk Post's Ludwig Lore knows what he's talking about. When he claims that the Italian Fascists are going in for the organization of Italians in America in a loir way. th" State Department had better take notice Believe it or not. there are 1,500 German clubs in New York. Init not all of them arc Nazi ill their leanings THIS AND THAT Hollywood still has illusions about European markets for its film products. The Cohn Brothers of Columbia are making two versions of "Golden Boy," one being toned down to the extent of substituting the word "anarchism" for the term "Fasc ; sm" used in the version intended for domestic consumption. Interesting statistics: Out of the 38000.000 immigrants who landed at Ellis Island between 1820 and 1930 fully a sixth remained in New York. The ultra-kosher Poliakoff Restaurant in New York City features in its window abig poster bearing the inscription 'Gentiles Are Welcome." OPINIONS DIFFER Institute Will Stress Religious Freedom Williamstown, Mass., (WNSI— The role which the churches of America can play for the achievement of social justice will occupy a conspicuous place in the discussions at the 1939 Williamstown Institute of Human Relations, Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, director, announced. The general theme of the 1989 Institute is, "Citizenship and Religion: A Consideration of American Policy with Regard to Relations of Church and Synagogue to the State." Stressing this highlight of the Institute, Dr. Clinchy pointed out that "Every thougtful American is becoming increasingly aware There's something fishy about twenty-year-old t niversity More than 200 members are of raliforni) Kra( i ua tc William Bardwell Curts Y oung now attending the regular month,..,, .. %  •, ,. • ,,i,;,,.. ii;,i.,,. ...... .u Mi -iient a month in a Nazi .ail tor iiiNiiltinir Ititlei Iv meetings. Interest in the .. Lodged activities continues to Now. hack in this country, he s.ngs the praises of his jailers mount as pressing problems are ),,,. t] lf treatment they accorded him \nd when a repormet daily. The meeting schedul,,.,. as ked him about the beating he received, he sweetly re d for this Tuesday promises to |j|(| ^ |n ,,.„]„•, )....,, |„. a teil lip verv badly. ... A differhe highly entertaining and edu^ Q ffi ^.^ llt 1(lmilstn of cational and all Brothers are ..... ii -i • urged to attend. Progress and the American School at Berlin, who has come hack to this Harmony are the watchwords in country for good W hen asked to define the difference Sholem Lodge' between American democracy and German Nazidom he delivered this nifty: "Here, when you hear footsteps at the door at 6:00 A. M.. it means that the milkman has arrived. ... If of the vital relationship betweenjyou hear a knock at 6:00 A. M. in a home in Germany you democracy and the achievement kiss your family good-bye. because the Gestapo is paying you of economic justice. Therefore,^ v j s j| any discussion of the factors involved in motivating the business, agricultural, labor and other groups in our national life to create a social order based on spir itual and religious values, is an event second to none." Participating in the discussions will be representatives, clerical and lay of the Protestant, Catholic and Jewish faiths, who have been closely identified with the struggle for a more humane social order. FORECAST A fw prognostications on the World Zionist Congress opening on August 16th: From the first day of the Congress Jewish newspaper correspondents will cable home the inside dope on Dr. Weizmann's definite decision to resign from the presidency of the World Zionist Organization. The question of whether Weizmann might possibly reconsider will be the focal point of every newspaper report on the conclave. The McCoy is that although Weizmann is a very tired man in his middle sixties the efforts to coax him to stay on at the (Continued on Page Four) 1 I



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PAGE EIGHT THF. JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AUGU8T 4, 1939 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) WOULD FREEZE JEWISH CAPITAL IN DANZIG (Continued from Page One) TEMPLE ISRAEL HOME CAMP 1 The Home Camp students conducted an open house rally at th2 "Y" Tuesday evening. August 1st at 7:00 o'clock before a capacity audience. The program was conducted entirely by the children and elicited praise and commendation from every one present. Never before in the history of Miami Jewry has there been seen such an array of talent by children of tender ages as was seen at the Home Camp Rally at the "Y." The follow:ng is a copy of the program that was conducted on that evening: 1.—Call to Assembly and Flag Salute—Richie Schulman and Campers. 2.—America—Audience. 3.—Camp Cheers—Phylis Schulman and Cheer Leaders. 4.—Playlet—"The Brownie Party"—Juniors. 5 Opening Remarks—Maurice Grossman, Executive Director. 6.—Remarks — a.—Al Pallot, President of Y. II. H. A.; b—Bea Stepkin, President of Y. W. H A.; c—Milton Friedman. Past Presi" dent of Y. M. H. A; d—Leon Lieberman. Treasurer of Camp; e.— Dr. Harold Rand. Camp Doctor; f.—Herman Waitsman, Finance Chairman7—Playlet — "Broken Windows"—Seniors. 8—Exhibition of Arts and Crafts—Senior Boys—Ruth Rosenfeld, Mrs. Ambrose and Campers. 9.—Cheers—Campers and Cheer Leaders. 10.—Plalylet "When the Worm Turns"—Seniors11.—Cheers and Songs—Campers. 12—T a p Dane e—Charlotte Blumberg, Senior Camper. 13.—Presentation of PrizesMrs. Leon Lieberman, Camp Mother. 14.—"The Great Pajama Case" —Senior Girls. 15.—"Aren't You Glad You Came"—Cordelia Hillfinger, Senior Girl16.—Taps—Richie Schulman. | Y SENIOR DIVISION—MEN A gala night was held at the "Y" last Wednesday evening August 2nd when Chief Quigg and his crack pistol shooting team gave a demonstration at the "Y.' This team ranks second among the Police Pistol Teams in the country in markmanship and pistol shooting. Safety Commissioner Dan Reynolds gave a f*W remarks. Y EXTRA FLASH! SENIOR DIVISIONWOMEN At the last meeting of this division, the constitution was adopted and plans were made to complete the library. Our Executive Director. Maurice Grossman, in speaking before this group, advised them to undertake complet,ng the library and to raise funds for the purpose of purchasing a moving picture projecting machine. These matters will be considered at subsequent meetings. Y JUNIOR DIVISION A Spelling Bee was conducted by this division Monday evening July 31st with Ira Selevan winning first prize. Other prizes were won by Milton Appel. Margaret Horowitz. Phil Weintraub and Al FeinAt the next meeting, to be held Monday August 7th. Milton A. Friedman. Past President of the "Y" will be the guest speaker. Y SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION This group held a beach party last Saturday night at 96th Street Beach. Mr. Mel Kaler furnished a truck that conveyed the children to the beach and back again. Mrs. Bea Stepkin, President of the YW. H. A.. Miss Marjorie Roberts .Mr. and Mrs. Dock and I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman acted as chaperons. ATTENTION ALL DIVISIONS Danz:g hitherto had made semiannual payments to Jews abroad by selling Jewish pi %  Thl -' money will now be paid into Danzig's |.ar:ks. but the equivalent ultimately may go to the emigrants from commercial credits being built up by the Fre< in Palestine. Officials denied that that the procedure amounted to confiscation of Jewish wealth remaining here. Nazi authorities in I 1 •A, v said to be pressing for plete mastery of the Jewish question because they know that "Danzig and the hundred or more villages surrounding it will come into the Reich soon." The decree, permitting seizure of Jewish wealth, struck a blow at emigration hopes of many of the 1.700 Jews remaining in the Free City, who are eager to follow 10.000 others who have found homes : abroad since the rise of the Nazi regime in Germany. 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7', 45 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN ;. creek DrM-MM 530 N. E. Il.t It-MMI MIAMI BEACH MIAMI ,„..,: will be In the Tempi* every ., .,... „ matters conoernlna thJewti .,,,..,„ You will be assured Bymp U, say. each matter will be !. ••••••••• Regular services will be i CONGREGATIONAL the Tempi'this Friday July 21st at 8:15 P M •Do n>t withdraw thyself from be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. the congregation-"—Hillel Zwitman. DENY CITIZENSHIP TO 4.-..000 JEWISH FAMILIES We again urge you to vote for Miss Ethel Mintzer as Queen of the Jewish War Veterans Military Ball. Each ticket counts as one hundred votes. Phone the "Y" for your tickets—3-4012. T DIAMOND BALL Bucharest. (WNS)— A total of 135,000 Jews have lost their Roumanian citizenship on various grounds including such charges as fraudulent entry and insufficient length of residenceDuring the past two weeks approximately 45.000 Jewish families were told to apply for alien : lents' permits before August 2.". or face removal to concentration camps. According to figures supplied by the American Jewish Commit*-. there are approximately 728.000 Jews in RoumaniaNew York, (WNS)—In a special commencement ceremony two nuns of the Congregation of the ten of St Joseph, Brentwood, L. I., w.rc graduated this week from the Laboratory School of the Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn. This was the first time that the h Hospital had given training :ir.il diplomas to members of R mar. Cath I S jterhood. BELGIUM CONSIDERS DEPORTATION OF ILLEGAL EMIGRES On Wednesday evening, August 16th the Y. II, H. A. will hold a Stag Smoker and Entertainment for members and prospective members ONLY. The Meetings Committee, composed of Sam Silver, chairman; John Kronenfeld and William Pallot, are making elaborate preparations. We have learned, from advance information, that there will be some professional boxing and wrestling bouts. Watch these columns for further details. There will be a Board Meeting of the Y. M. H. A. on Wednesday evening, August 9th in the Library. Dr. Barney Weinkle, our diamond-ball team manager, and j each and every member of the team is to be congratulated for j splendid showing they are making. In a very close game on last Tuesday evening we defeated the j Y. M. C. A. crack team by a score 1 of 13 to 12. We are now leading the Miami Beach Diamond-Ball League and are eligible to enter the South Florida State Tournament. The fighting spirit in the members of 1 the team is marvelous, and it is I this spirit that is making the j I team win all the gamesWe have lost NO games in the second half and are way out in front. Keep up the good work boys. The Y. M. H. A. is behind you and is for you. We had a championship team last year. let's repeat it this year. Y Brussels. (WNS)—The Belgian Government will deport refugees who entered Belgium illegally during the last two months only after due consideration and careful examination of the papers of any refugee who entered the; country recently, has been made. The expulsions, to be carried out individually, may affect approximately 3,000 refugees and it is understood from official sources that everything will be done to take into consideration the special position of the majority of the exiles. Those who have no visas will be gent back to the frontier by which they crossed into Belgium. The government's decision to deport the refugees is meant to serve as a warning to those who may attempt to cross the border into Belgium in the future. xxx Warsaw, 1 WXSl— Fi)Tt>xight living abroad, most • • :,, Jews, were denationalised bj thi g iverriment which puhlished the list here. Included are 22 residents in the United States. 8 in Palestine. 10 in France, and 17 in other countries. xxx London, WNS 1—Accusing the the Jews of conducting an "atrocity whispering campaign." Der Angriff, official organ of Reich Propaganda Minister Goebbels, hinted at the possibility of a new pogrom against the Jews of Germany if it were not stopped. BOWLING NORTHWEST AUSTRALIA IS SUITED FOR COLONIZATION EXPERT SAYS A -• .f Australia where he made a survey on colonization possibilities based on rainfall, soils, climate, etc., with the information 1 that he was completely optimistic of the suitability of the territory for Jewish colonization. Pending a report on his findings Dr. Steinberg said he could make nO committments to the Australian Commonwealth. He declared that any scheme fur the establishment of refugees in the Kimberleys would not necessarily] result in "racial pockets" or "for-l eign blocks." but that Jewish refug< ea would m) ous to be16 good Australian citizens. Budapest, (WNS)—Under cree published in the offi>:i ff zette. Jewish students are to 12 per cent and teacher per cent of the total in Hui commercial high schools. Nonlews are required to furni-i certificates of their partheir non-Jewish London, (WNS)— A tota I L-622,700 (about 2,500,00m was contributed to the Lord B Fund for Refugees. Futu' •ions to the fund, which •his week, will be turned r to the Christian Council for Refugees and the Council for G Jewry. Jerusalem. (WNS Palcoi Vgesey)—Preliminary estimateof gates to the World Zionist Congress indicated that the LaboriW had gained an early lead kt the polls. Apart from minor incidents at Tel Aviv and Jer the voting went off in orderly fashion, although all s : and the identity of their pir.a-ers were most rigidly scru STOP THAT ROOF LEAK! OUR WORK OUARANTFLO NO EXTRA COST Been at it Since 191—All Typ< No Order Too Sm^ll or Lafe BOBBINS BOOFING lM SHEET METAL WOKKS 222 N. W. 2th St. Phone ''* THE Jn-^-e^iUiA Perth Australia, (WNS)—Dr. I. Steinberg, secretary of the Freiland League for Jewish Colonization, returned to Perth after an extensive tour of the NorthJack Apte, manager of the bowling team, tells us that 25 persons were present last Thursday evening and participated in this great sport. Between 15 and 20 members will be enrolled in the Herald Sweepstakes Tournament which will be held in a few weeks. We urge all members to come out to the Miami Recreation Centere Thursday nights and root for the team. —MAURICE GROSSMAN Do You Own Your Home? There never was a better time than nuw to build one FOB A COOL AND DELIGHTFUL VACATION VISIT THE HOROWITZ KOSHER INN 331 First Avenue West HENDEBSONVILLE, N. C. Rtinnine Water in Every Room—Connecting Baths The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makea H Postlble Give me a call and 1 will gladly Help you to net the beat poe-ible Information a' poa s to Ha plan. H. 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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN S70oyjtfpu/nn iWCiKii!";.: .^ M 'i—-*s .*' La n 3 n n a t u n i V7_ %  MOO .Qt*PTIO;.0f November 19, 1987. Address CHARLES LUBELSKY Care P. O. Box 2973, Miami. Florida 10% REDUCTION IN ROUND-TRIP COACH FARES ON THE SEABOARD SYSTEM RABBINICAL ASSEMBLY NEW OFFICERS ELECTED RECENTLY AT NATONAL CONVENTION Doctor Max Arzt of Scrantcm, Pa., the new president has just been appointed to the Faculty of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Rabbi Leon S. Lang of Newark. N. J. the new vice-president. Doctor Simon Greenberg of Philadelphia, Pa., is the retiring president. KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE j PRODUCTS ORANGE STATE OIL CO. Distributors IN SEABOARD AIR-CONDITIONEl RECLINING-SEAT COACHES COOL, CLEAN, COMFORTABLE On* Way from Miami RICHMOND $ 15.65 WASHINGTON 1 8.00 NEW YORK 2 3.57 BOSTON in Mi tin I. • %  30.20 BUFFALO 2 8.4C TAMPA 3.90 JACKSONVILLE 5.50 ATLANTA 1 0-40 CINCINNATI 1 7.70 CHICAGO 2 3.20 NEW ORLEANS 1 4-75 Similar low fare* to all point*. Coach fares linted above good on the streamlined "SILVER METEOR." SAf.60 %  •* %  WORLD'S FAIR • %  Hr Round-.n,,M...u,-MrYoft Hotel Reservation* in New York guaranteed ... Consult Ticket Agent or — T.W. Luckett, A.G.P.A.. 173 E. Flailer Street, Miami. TEL: 2-3125 — 2-blOl. GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD! KEEPS AIR FRESH AND CLEAN! HOME COMFORT COOLING (ELECTRIC VEHTILATIOM) A MAZING now com• fort at healthful "in tho shad*" temperature Concealed typt, or portable window ventilator. Costs only a lew dollars a month to buy. a few pennies a day to operate. Enjoy It this summer. Suns/une. StAeittL UHw iklUed work at CWIKOUI ambui at out •rtonisation *£ %  > %  • i| L i i' % %  ,'.,-. „ •-'



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%  vm PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1939 NEWS FROM J. W, VJ Convention Headquarters The members of the Jewish War Veterans Convention Corporation, under the direction of Harry H. Sthaffer, Past National Commender, are now busily engaged in arranging for the entertainment of the thousands of delegates who are expected to attend the Convention, opening on August 28th. Donald LaVigne, chairman of th? Parade Committee, is meeting daily with Major Close, who is the Grand Marshall of the Parade, and with the heads of each division of the Parade and we predict that the people of Miami fry, free golf arfd many other amusements too numerous to mention. Requests for reservations have already been received from delegates throughout the United I States, many of whom are conj templating spending from two to three weeks in Miami with their families. The campaign for the election of the Queen of the Military Ball waxes hot and a spirited rivalry exists between the various organizations who are endeavoring to elect their favorite candidate. HOW THEY STAND ADELE SEGALL 10,500 BELLE TANNEN 4.900 HARRIETTE TOBIN 4100 ETHEL MINTZER 2,700 WATCH THIS SPACE FOR LATEST RESULTS i will witness a most inspiring fight on Thursday evening. August 31, as thero are many surprises and innovations in store which will make this Parade the most outstanding in Miami history. Harry Markowitz has arranged a coupon book for the visiting delegates whicfi will entitle them to free admission to the Seaglades Cabanas, Midget Auto Races, a bus sight seeing tour, sight-seeing tour on the boat "Nikko," free moving pictures, free beer at one of the breweries, free cocktails, a fish NAZI-FINANCED PAPER FOMENTS ANTI SEMITISM At the meeting held Monday of the Civic League of Miami Beach, Miss Charlotte Dreyfus was nominated to represent the League in the contest for Queen of the Military Ball sponsored by the Jewish War Veterans. XXX All candidates for "Queerr" of the Ball were presented at the "Carload of Fun" affair held Thursday evening at Bay Front Park. which aroused hatred against any class of British subjects. The paper, founded after the recent visit of Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, is modelled after "Der Steurmer." NEW A. Z. A. CHIEF Joseph Borensts>in, the paralyzed Chicago youngster, who is the nw Grand Aleph Godol (president) of. Aleph Zadik Aleph. the Junior B'nai R'rith. A victim of infantilo paraly sis. Borenstein is one of the most active A. 7. A. members despite thfact that he has I get around 0,1 crutches. He 1 %  cently underwent an operation which, it is hoped, may enable him to walk without the aid of crutches. Twenty years old, he is a member of Deborah Chapter, Chicago, and a student in the Northwestern Universitj School of Commerce. Great Britain. The vote on the issue was 70 per cent for adm ssion, 26 per eerft against and four per cent didn't know. Eighty four per cent of those who favored admission voted for restrictions to safeguard British workersFifteen per cent voted for entry with no restrictions. SEEK TO HALT JEWISH POSITION IN HOLLAND Bombay, (WNS) — Following the establishment of a new newspaper, printed in 1 three languages, the Jewish community here protested vigorously to the Government that the paper was inciting anti-Jewish feeling and that such incitement violated the provision of the Indian Penal Code prohi b.ting the publication of items GREAT BRITAIN FAVORS ADMISSION OF REFUGEES London, (WNS)—Following a survey by the British Institute of Public Opinion on the question of admitting refugees to England, the result, as disclosed by the News-Chronicle, showed that an overwhelming majority of Br> tains favored their admission to Warsaw. (WNS)—Meeting to discuss the Jewish question, the executive committee of the National Democratic Party decided to launch a campaign against ci cumcision and the preparation of matzos for Passover under th'' slogan "Down with mediaeval customs." It is believed that the committee will adopt measures to halt any improvement in rela tons between Poles and Jews with a view towards eliminating Jews from municipal councils, chambers of commerce and universities. It was reported here that fire destroyed the poor Jewish quarter of the township of Grabowiec i„ th,province of Lub-n, leaving 200 persona destitute. Physicians attached to the Polish Social Wclfar-' Department will no longer use German remedies in prescribing for their patients, and asked "the,Polish doctors to fellow their example. CZECH FASCISTS OPPOSE FRIENDSHIP TO JEWS IN PROTECTORATE" Psague, (WNS) "White Jews" described in a statement by the Czech "Aryan" Union as comprising Free Masons, persons who subscribe to Jewish principles. persons friendly to .lew-, and those who favor Jewish ideala and contributiona to "Jewish dominaton" of the world, will be vigorously fought by the Unioj}. according to adviees which %  • that the anti-Semitic L'i i< 1 opposed to President Emil Hacha's Party of National Solidarity, %  > increasingly a live here. It Is reported that the Union ,1 force Jews and "White from holding public off owning property and that it complete separation of Jen n "Aryans" along the lines bv the Nazis. SOCIETY MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE The marriage of Miss Ste n. daughter of Mr. at Nathan Stein, to Hernia Brenner, son of Mr. ami Joa ph Brenner, took pla day afternoon, July 30th Colony Hotel, Miami Bea Rabbi Abraham A. Kellm dating. A reception follov 1 mony. 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wJewisti Floridia m % CBSEBE& Ttie Jewish Unity /> VOL. 12.—NO. 30. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939 PRICE TEN CENTS REFUGEE SHIPS SEARCH FOR E HAVEN Submit Delegation Lists To Congress Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agency)—The Palcor News Agency MACDONALD WILL ALLOW NO EXCEPTION ON IMMIGRATION BAN has learned that six world lists Paris, (WNS Information be affected by the Gestapo order.: of pan9 deleKations h ad been from Bierut disclosed that three, The Jewish Emigration Bureau veaaeU were in Syrian waters will be divided itvto three departsearching for a landing port for ments dealing with (1)— Emigraapproximately 1,850 refugee pastion to all countries except Palessengers who have been barred tine; (2)—Emigration to Palesfrom debarking at Beriut and tine, directed by the Palestine Tripoli. Intervention by the Office of the Zionist Organizefollows: Mizrachi French High Commissioner for tion. and (3)— Emigration of perRabbi Wolf Gold; London, (WNS-Palcor Agency) —No exceptions will be made in the enforcement of the ban on legal Jewish immigration into Palestine from October 1st, ColThe party lists and their deleonial Secretary Malcolm Macgation heads were designated as Donald told the House of Com(Orthodox), mons, after insisting that illegal Peale Ziort, immigration is "enormous. party delegations had been submitted to the Twenty-First Zionist Congress which will be held in Geneva next month. A total of 148 Jews are now in jail in Palestine under the provisions of the emergency regulations, Mr. MacDonald declared, in a reply to a question by Colonel Josiah C. Wedgwood. Col. Wedgwood requested the Colonial Secretary to make known the number of Jews who were imprisoned under the prevention of crime Svria postponed temporarily the sons not belonging to the Kultua%  David Ben Gurion. Chairman of All appeals from Deput.es for ^ fjrced sailing of the freighter gemeinde, such as converted< the Executive of the Jewish relaxation of the stringent n| ordinance or the emergency reguFressula with G58 Czech refugees Jews and freethinkers. The work' Agency for Palestine; Jewish was me, with a uniform answer ..board It is understood that of the HIAS-ICA Emigration As-' State Party, Meir Grossman; Unby Mr. MacDonald that all conIhe French Government was consociation. dissolved in the "Pro-! ion of General Zionists, MM. siderafon had been borne ,n mind sidering the Commissioner's aptectoraW," will be continued by | Ussishkin. President of the Jewbefore the policy had bee n adoppeal that they be permitted to the Jewish Emigration Office. ish National Fund; Confederation t remain in Syria. i Dr. Franz Weidman. named by; of General Zionists, Dr. Chaim Weiimann and Left Peale Zion, Zruebavel or Jacob Vitkin. ro the Nazis to direct the work of The appeal, embodied in a re, .. t v „ „„*„-, the Emigration Office, was preport. pointed out that the refu • %  VJ i i nnn oa ,-h for Pred to establish emigration gees had paid $1,000 each lor > passage and that they were being P'" similar to those devised and ^ ^^ conBi8tlng 0 f 478 carried out by the Vienna JewIt was also revealed that a remaintained by emergency funds dispatched from the Paris office of the Joint Distribution Committee. It is doubtful, however, whether their landing in Syria for permanent residence will be permitted in view of a similar ish Emigration Bureau. SEEKS TO ESTABLISH JEWISH COLONY IN CHINA pages had been submitted to the Congress detailing developments of the past two years. JEWS ARRESTED IN RAIDS The extent of the Colonial Secretary's inflexibility was evidenced in a reply, in effect a sharp rebuke, made to Arthur CreechJones, who had asked about a lations. He also inquired whether these were Communists, Revisionists or others and whether others were being held in jai! without a trial. The Colonial Secretary stated that no Jews were in prison under the crime prevention ordinance, adding that of the total of 148 Jews held under the emei program evolved by labor unions •"** regulations, 122 were Re in England to aid the refugees, viaioniats. He added that fourMr. Creech-Jones stated that an' teen men and ei ht wome were agreement, with the approval of J ailed as communist Jerusalem, WNS-Palcor Agen the Home Office, had been made by an Agricultural Subcommittee of Jewish Refugees. on w were represented the Farmers Union, the Transport General Shanghai. (WNS)—Jacob Ber permittee n view ox %  e and promo appeal Yeae.ved by Pans from ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ & ^ another ship. I ^ German Jews A though no direct advices have "•"' t „„ B :„ tu. • J w„ T^;.k *-..ii..f m \ unnan Province, in soutn been r**!*ived by Jewish reiiei • r. !" .,v.i:.,,west China, will leave for tne organizations in Pans regarding • lul illc 11IU1UW „, „,. w .„ w the wandering vessels Osiris, Lnite<1 ,,.?,* information who was shot down while at work I man refugees at various agriculcarrying 600 refugees, and the eonta* to reliable ""formation settlement of M enehemia tural institutes for immigration Thesalia, carrying 560 refugees, wholesale informed afterward and he did Children in London. e. of lawmosthT young' "' -tend making certificates The entire program of child arrests of Jews, moatfy joung eon r( fuKee care .„ Fng]and ori ni,n affiliated with, the Betar AnswprilV): Crawh-Jones' ginally initiated by B'nai B'rith. r'rT lews were e"zed fifteen further question whether he would' The report disclosed that B'nai K th 1 4 P >> n.idW this a special case. I B'rith in the British Isles will be T^rFtatstrralsVc^ U J— SacraUry replied'fiscate.1 in the homes of fifteen that if one case were considered Jews who were licensed to bear. M>eml a great many others arms. In addition the license of m.ght be deemed special The the council for firearms was reP'—t P"<*. "' 'd. is the rsuit of enormous illegal lmmiprivileges as other citizens. In presenting an outline of his plan Berglas told the press that each immigrant would receive said, and materials amounting to several millions of dollars would be bought in Germany, as the only means of obtaining payment for properties and bank accounts of Jews forced to emigrate. He said a committee may be formud in New York to aid in the enterprise and that offices would be opened there to arrange a finanvoked. gration." so JEWS INTERNED AT SARAFEND SUSPEND HUNGER STRIKE MacDONALD SAYS 422.000 JEWS NOW IN PALESTINE Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen t y )_As the result of an appeal Colonial Secretary MacDonald opened there to arrange MM— | made by a delegation representtold the House of Commons that cial organization for the aid of in(r ch i c f Rabbi Isaac H. Herzog he estimated the Jewish popularefugees. I 0 f Palestine, 80 Jews interned at tion of Palestine at 422.000 as of Ithe concentration camp at Sara-; March 1030. He placed the Arab .. i-n 4 t h to non \*. Vfn,.spending in excess of $200,000 a year for refugee children as soon as 300 additional children, for whose care B'nai B'rith has made itself responsible, arrive. Of the 670 children already brought over 360 have been placed privately under guarantees of relatives and friends; 1776 have been placed in hostels and schools under guarantees obtained by the B'nai B'rith Council; 43 have been placed in paid homes; and 01 are enjoying free hospitality. Monterey. Cal.. (WNS)—The 70.000 JEWS MUST LEAVE "PROTECTOR ATE" London, (WNS)—The Jewish Community Emigration Office, Would Freeze Jewishl ZrSSTJSVm"^ POP-?-4~ JE ^ ^J^JSTS! Capital In Danzig Assembly, in which scientists, edFree City of Danzig, (WNS)— Danzig Nazi leaders continued set up two weeks ago by the, their steps toward 100 per cent Gestapo, must arrange for the, "aryanization" of the City while emigration of at least half the measures were being considered Jewish population of Bohemia,' to stop the flow of Jewish wealth Moravia, according to advices j abroad and to dispose of propfrom Prague which disclosed that J erty still held by Jews, approximately 70,000 Jews will (Continued on Page Eight) lenn agreeii w viuif i % %  •%  ••• • %  their six-dav hunger strike as a Donald revealed these figures in protest against the Government's reply to a question by the Rt ucators and artists participated, refusal to relea.se all those whose | Hon. George Lamberg (National I issued a call to professional men terms of imprisonment have exLaborite) who asked for the pop-, and women to take the lead .n the ulation statistics for the year "new renaissance and Dcconu 1918 and the latest figures on the architects of the new ageArabs and Jews. No figures were! the golden age of moral rearma available for 1918, the Colonial ment" In substance they asked Secretary replied. But he esti : world leaders in all fields to vittheir protest until those who have: m atcd t h a t in 1919 Palestine had alize and give meaning to creabeon detained beyond their senapproximately 635,000 Arabs and tive ability through an interest In tences have been set free. 58,000 Jews, | and return to the "age of faith.' pired. In yielding to the Chief Rabbi's plea the prisoners reaffirmed their determination to carry on V ii i ^ 1 t


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN *A.GEFTVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 SURVEY REPORT REVEALS STATUS JEWISH DOCTORS BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach Home Phone 2-2176 PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR • ••••*•••• •* Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and 5:30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday morning at 8:50. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—9:00 a. m.. to 12:00. New York. (WNS)—Although more than 47 per cent of the | Jewish physicians in the Urf.ted Suit s practice in New York State, with the bulk concentrated on the AtlanticSeaboard between Baltimore and Boston, there are over 400 communities in the country with a population of 10,(100 or more which have no Jewish physicians, according to a preliminary survey of the MOSES MESChELOPF. Rabbi 825 Michigan AI enua •I'll' 5-1328 DAILY SERVICES MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Till Michigan Avenue Theme 5-2U13 I Mornings at 8:00 A. M.j Evenings at 6:30 and 7:15; Sabbaths: Friday evening at 0:30; Saturday morning at 8:30; Saturday after Medical noon at 6:80. Rabbi Mescheloff Committee on Research released will speak on"The Portion of the ... i %  %  m. l. u >_•'...,!,,. %  %  %  t'i-",(l RADIO PROGRAM • •••••••*• *• Rabbi Max Shapiro will con duct the radio program Sunday afternoon from 3:00 to 3:30 P. M. over Station WIOD. He will discuss "Ethics as the Basis for L'fe.," ami Cantor Louis Haymtri will chant the appropriate melodies accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Essie Shaeffer, Week" at Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:30 Saturdaylast week by the Conference on Jewish Relations. The survey represents some of the findings of a committee which has been engaged for the past three years in a study of Jews in medicine in the United States. A report on the findings appears ()m (( ffj t .,. rs members of the in the last quarterly issue of i ,„.„.,! (l Directors, members of "Jewish Social Studies" published {ne Congregation and Sist.rhooc 1 the outside. The inside of the synagogue including all our HeI r< w School classrooms are now being painted. Pulpit chairs for our new synagogue have been ordered and will arrive before the holiday season. • *•*••• RELIGIOUS SCHOOL CONDOLENCE by the ('uiifi rence. ers, but did not further identify the organization. XXX ORAYNOO "OUR LIGHT" BY HELEN BRAUNSTEIN, EDITOR | ; CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM CHOIR ENGAGED j EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. 8KOP SERVICES Friday at sundown. Shabbos at A. M., throughout summer. Mr. Morris I^ahellman has re turned from his trip to the World Fair. MAZEL TOV Heartiest Mazel Tov to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Weinroth and Mr. and Mrs. Jules Mellow who announce the birth of sons. Mrs. Weinroth is the daughter of Mrs. George Harris of Orlando and Patterson, N. J.. and Mrs. Mellow is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M Seigel of Orlando. The circumcision ceremonies will be held at the Orange General Hospital. Manny F.hrlich and Warren Goldsmith, popular Rollins boys are touring the west and atVnding the University of Colorado for a summer courseMis. M. M. Segal is visiting relatives in New York City. express their deepest feeling of loss and sorrow at the demise of j Mr. Joseph Wien, m< mber of our Board of Directors, this week. i Mr. Wien was a sincere, earnest.' Atlanta. (WNS) -Asser ti n ,:f„. t hful worker for our Congre, that "cordial and ultima gat ion, His death leaves a gap tions are made impOSS j,, (1U| ranks difficult to fill. r pression and persecution, %  '• %  a \th congress of the Baptist World Alliance approved resolutions demanding "full maintenance Of absolute religious liberty" • for all men. A choir of six voices nas been Reiterating a racial stand tak eM g a g e< J ,,, assist in the High en in 1934 in Berlin, the Baptists H(()y Uay 8erv ices this year. A declared "This Congress deplores lH auti f u i repertoire of liturgi al and condemns as a violation of nuisil is being prepared to make the law of God. • all racial arritms year s Mrv .ces the most immosity, and every form of op| )rl ss i vc e ver. pression or unfair discrimination Cantors have already been entoward Jews, or toward subject pafleA to perform the services in rac-'s in any part of the world." our (ll( synaK „ KU e building as well as the new. We are now pr pared to seat every Jew and Jewess in Miami Beach for the coming holidays. Prices of seats will be the most reasonable. Seats will be on sale the first week In September. Registration of new children proceeds regularly every weekday morning at the synagogue office. Preparations for the holiday %  %  son have already begun in the study of holiday laws ar.-d d rcmonies. All classes are h Id in the cool morning hours during the summer. We urge parents of children between th-' ages of ,; and 14 to reg Bter them now. PLEASE ATTEND .•••**• • The Congregation and Junior members are urged to attend the vocational guidance lectures given by Mr. Joseph Berman and sponsored by the Miami Beach A. Z. A.'s this Monday evening at 7:30 P. M. THE SOCIAL SWIRL Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz visited Orlando for the week-end and returned to Daytona Beach. Mrs. I. Becker and children will spend August at Daytona BeachNew York. (WNS)—"The materials and labor shortage in Germany must lead to economic collapse of the Reich Government," it was stated here by Captain G. Kdgerton Harriman. Executive Secretary of the Non-Sectarian Anti Nazi League. The direct reBull of this shortage, which was admitted by German authorities, will be a steady decrease of Inr | portationa because of the resultant poorer products. SOCIETY TO LEAVE SATURDAY Mr. M. Wechsler will leave Sa1 urday for New York where h will attend the unveiling of a tombstone in the memory of his wife. He will then leave for Chicago where he will visit with his son. Dr. J. Wechsler. IMPROVEMENTS ,.... &f | Our old synagogue building has been completely painted on REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. 16th Ave. Mr. I. Friedman left to spend the High Holidays with his children in Syracuse and Massena. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Katz haye returned from their vacation In Miami. Mrs. Birdie Weiner and children are in Daytona Beach with Mr. and Mrs. MedinkowitzMrs. B. Waldman is visiting her children, Mr. and Mrs. George Waldman. Mrs. Herb Talisman has returned from her vacation in Miami Beach. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Seltzer are vacationing in Miami Beach. Mrs. Small is visiting relatives in North Carolina. Mrs. Gus Bear has returned from a month's stay in New Smyrna with her two lovely daughters, Marian and Rhea Mar cia. N,w York. (WNS)-Rather than make a martyr of 41-yearold Joseph Hartery arrested on July for making B disparaging speech about Jews. Magistrate Richard P. McKiniry. m Bronx Magistrates Court, dismissed a charge of disorderly con d U-C t brought against the defendant. Patrolman James Colbert, who made the arrest, quoted Hartery as saying that "If necessary we will stage a bloody riot to get satisfaction." Patrolman Colbert had declared himself to be a member of the Christian MobilisZISSEN'S of Akron, Ohio are now located at PAPA JOE'S 1749 N. 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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAir FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 193? TO VISIT IN 11IRMINGHAM Miss Mildred Berkowitz left Thursday morning for Birmingham, Ala., where she will visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. N. Berkowitz, for several weeks. TO VISIT WORLDS FAIR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and daughter, Charlotte and son, Bernard, will leave Hendersonville, N. C, for New York where they will visit the World's Fair. They will return to the city the latter part of August. • • • VISITING IN MOUNTAINS Dr. and Mrs Leonard Finn 1 ieft Miami for Hendersonville, N. (..,> where thev will remain for severCH RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor •*2=>x=s*^*^*^^£^:^t ,s,: VACATIONS IN HENDERSONVILLE Mrs. J. Shonfeld left Tuesday morning by automobile for Hendersonville, N. C, where she will remain for a two month's stay • • • RETURNS TO MILWAUKEE Rabbi J. Swisko RETURN FROM NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Max Weinberger several WEDDING TAKES PLACE The wedding of Miss Muriel Pallot, daught,r of Mr. and Mrs. returned to Miami a t e Moses Pallot, and Sidney R. Hoiin Cleveland. Ohio, foi lander, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. | weeks. ^ ^ < Hollander of Brooklyn, N. Y. took place Sunday afternoon. July RgTURNS FR0M 30th at 5:00 P. M.. at the home y uvnON eturned to of the bride's parents. Rabbi Migg Rosa i in( i Friedman re RETURNS FROM NEW ORLEANS Mrs. A. Simerick and dauir' ters. Leah and Anna, returned t the city this week after spending two months visiting in New Oi leans with relatives and friends. • • • TO GIVE LECTURE Rabbi Eugene Blachschhg.v will represent the Jewish Chauiauqua Society Sunday, Aumi-fith at 0:30 P. M., at tiV Vespe Services which will be held at the University of Florida, Ga'pos ville His subject will !e "Jew in 1 thi> Making of America al weeks visiting. his home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, after visiting in Miami for several weeks. • • • TO VISIT IN NEW YORK Mrs. H. Farber left Thursday Abraham A. Kellner officiated. turnc( | t0 tne c j tv f ro m the North The bride was attended by Miss w ^ eM she has boen visiting for Alberta Tannenbaum as maid of. she honor. William Pallot, brother vjs tefl in Daytona Beach. Atlanof the bride was best man. A t ( Ga N ,, w Yor k City, K. Breception for the family and close l D ^ )c Ram h in N e w York and th LEAVES FOR NEW YORK RevH. M. Kagan kft this | re]ativwi and f r i en ds. She week for Patterson, N. J., where, a]go vigit the Worl ds Fair, he will visit with his brother. He will also visit in New York City friends followed the ceremony. Out of town guests attending and will return to M"iami in th? fall. • • CONVALESCES AT HOME Mrs. Sadie Pont is convalescing at her home after an operation which she underwent recently. • • • SOJOURNS IN NORTH Mrs. S. Tannenbaum left Monday morning after visiting in Miami with her daughter and son-in law. Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham AKellner, for New York City, where she will remain for six months. • • • B'NAI B'RITH TO MEET The regular meeting of Sholem Iodgc B'nai B'rith will be held Tuesday evening. August 8th at 8:00 P. M., at the Elk's Lodge Club rooms, Miami. The initiation of new members will be held, and nominations for delegates to the State B'nai B'rith Convention to be held in Jacksonville September 4th and 5th will take place. All new and old members are urged to be present. morning by the Silver Meteor for were Mrg gam Go id s tein, sister New York where she wUI visit I of the bride from Bethlehem. Pa.. and Mrs. J. Mirkin, aunt of the bride, from Springfield, Mass. The couple will be at home to their friends after August 15th. BRIS IS HELD The Bris Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind was held Saturday, July 29th^ at the Jackson Memorial Hospital with Rev. Josef Malek officiating. BABY IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. Ph.lip A. N.-J wirth announce the birth <>f B baby daughter. Harriet Jacqueline, Wednesday, July 26th at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Bi'n mother and baby are doing fine. Mrs. Neuwirth is the former RETURNS FROM VACATION Mrs. Maurice Grossman return\ij ss Helen Lipton. ed to the city after a three weeks j • • vacation in the North where she SPINOZA GROUP visited relatives and friends. CONTINUES WANTED! Berkshire Country Club in Wing dak, N. Y. • • • TO REPRESENT CHILDREN'S CONVALESCENT HOME Miss Harriette Tobin, sponsored by the Beth Jacob Congrega tion and the Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress, has also been chosen to represent the National Children's Convalescent Home in the contest for Queen of the Military Ball to be given by the Jewish War Veterans in Miami the latter part of August at the National CiRven-l tion. Miss Tobin is a Senior at; "Information is wanted of ABRAHAM GUNCHES who disappeared from his home in New York in 1933, leaving his wife, Bella, and three minor children unprovided for and since then has made no effort to communicate with his family or contribute to their support, as a result of which they are in destitute curcumstances and dependent on the public charities. Mr. Gunches, who is said to b*' in Florida, is 38 years of age. a native of Russia, 5 feet, 5 inches tall, weighs 175 pounds, has brown hair and brown eyes, was a meat saUsman by occu pation. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National De the Florida State College for Wosertion Bureau. 07 West 47th men. Dr. Wolfson's topic before the Sp.noza Group last Saturday afternoon was "Clara Marie, the only girl Spinoza ever loved," SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS Joseph Wivn. lit'.. Miami Beach Street. New York City PICNIC TO BE HELD The annual picnic of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish, but Clara rejected the Philoso-1 *•. J8 _I*l_ Ayenue, Tue. Orthodox Congregation will be Phic lense grinder and married held all dav Sunday, August 6th the prosperous Amsterdam phyat Hardy's Casino, 45 Ocean sician, Dr. Van Kerkring. a disDrive, Miami Beach. Full course! "P^ of Spinoza for many years. dinners, salads, sandwiches, Next Saturday afternoon, the drinks and many delicacies will; Spinoza Group will meet as USual on the lawn, at 1059 Collins • business man, died at his rear. j day after a long illness. Mr. Howell's Restaurant i Wien had been a winter visitor at Miami Beach since 1925 and a permanent resident for eight years. He was n member of Pre-' feel Ashler Lodge F. & A. M..| New, Bigger & Better than Ever i I "When Better and Bigger Meals ( are Served for Our Price*" We Will Serve Them. NOW LOCATED AT j 1047 N. E. 1st Ave—2-8956 | be featured. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. UNDERGOES OPERATION The many friends of Mr. R. R. j welcome. Adler. president of the Jewish Avenue, Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson will give the twelfth lecture of the summer tTopic: "A Flight into Solitude." General open forum discussion will followe the lecture. All are There is no charge Welfare Bureau, will be glad to j rr know that he is now convalescing at a New York hospital where he recently underwent an operation, j JUNIOR HADASSAH TO MEET The second in the series of informal summer meetings of Ju nior Hadassah was held Monday: evening at the home of Miss I HRIDGE PARTY Anita Bernste.n. in the form of aj HELD poetry meeting. Original and] The Miami Chapter of the favorite poems and prose wareI American Jewish Congress held read with a poem writing contest held. Miss Ida Safer and Mrs. Edith Frelich were the winners. Miss Betty Lasky, cultural chairman, was in charge of the evening's program. Mrs. Mitchell Kasanoff was named chairman of the administration dance that will be held the former part of September and details will be announced later. a bridge party last Wednesday afternoon at the Colonial Hotel, M.anii Beach. Mrs. Rose Jfsmi" son was hostess during the afternoon. Many were present nt this affair of which the proceeds went towards helping the American lewi-h Congress Refugee houses. Other affairs to aid these refugee houses will be held in the future. Details will be announced laterSurviving are the widow. Mrs. Bessie Meyers Wien; four sons, Sidney A., and Leonard A.. Miami Beach; Mortimer F., Brooklyn; and Lawrence 11.. Rockville Center, Long Island, and one daughter, Mrs. lima W. Heim, W< si Englew 1. N. J. The body was sent Wednesday to Rrooklyn by Niceley Funeral Home for ser and interment. WOLPERT'S FURNITURE BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold" 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 AX YOUR SERVICE {Lincoln Service Station Lincoln and Alton Roads Miami Beach SAMUEL WEISS. 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PAGE FOUB THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1939 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES • •••••• •• Morning services daily at 8:00 o'clock. Mincha services at 6:45 PM. Maariv services daily at 7:30 P. M. Mincha services Friday at 6:80 P M. Kabolas Shabbos at 6:45 P. M. Sabbath morning services at 9:00 o'clock. Sabbath afternoon classes at 5:45 o'clock. Mincha on Sabbath at 6:30 P. M. Shalos Sudaa at 6:45 P. M. Maariv services on Saturday at 7:35 P. M. • • ••••••••• • LADIES AUXILIARY PICNIC The annual picnic of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held in Hardie's Casino, 45 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, on this coming Sunday all day, August 6th. The committee in charge will have a full course dinner, salads, sandwiches, drinks and all sorts of delicacies. As in the past moderate prices will prevail and the committee's personnel is ample guarantee that a splendid time will be had by all. We respectfully request that our friends come and support this enterprise. VETERANS BALL • ••••••••• ** We are pleased to commend the candidacy of Miss Ethel Mintzer to be Coronation Queen of the Jewish War Veterans Military Ball and ask our many friends to help her gam this coveted honor. 11 1 NOUS • IN THE SYNAGOGUE • ••••••••• •• Rev. Nathan Wroobel has been elected to chant the Mussaph services during the coming High Holidays. Rev. N. Mereminsk, a visitor in our community will be the guest of our Schul this Sabbath coming and will conduct the Eyn Yaakov class Saturday afternoon. Rabbi Kellner will continue his discussion of the local Kashruth situation and make pertinent announcements about recent developments. • • • • • • ••• MAZEL TOV • *•••••••• • Sincere congratulations and very best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. I. Lipton upon the birth of their grand-daughter. Sunday evening t h e Miami Beach A. Z. A.'s were guests of honor at a dance at the CWclaiider Hotel with about thirty members present. The Miami Reach A. Z. A. ex tends congratulations to the Miami Chapter on reaching its goal of 30 members and they will be awarded a permanent charter at the District conventionLast Monday evening; in the Beth Jacob Synagogue, Royal Palm Chapter held its formal initiation services. Initiated into the order was Arthur Weiss. Mr. Milton A. Friedman conducted the ceremony. Mrs. George Chertkof was the guest speaker. This Monday evening at the regular meeting of the Royal Palm Chapter A. Z. A-, at the Beth Jacob Synagogue at 7:30 the second in the lecture of cultural talks by this Chapter's vocational counselor Mr. Jiseph Berman. will be heard. The public is cordially invited to attend. XXX At a recent meeting of the Miami Chapter 332 of A. Z. A-, the following officers were elected: Irving Ginsburg, president; Aaron Goldstein, vice-president; Murray Dacks, secretary; Frank Davis, treasurer; Louis Aronovitz, publicity chairman; Max Tendrich, sergeant-atarms; Marshall Rosenfeld, assistant sergeant-at-arms and Al Kasanof, religious chairman. The officers will be installed j and pledges initiated Sunday August 13th at 8:00 P. M., at the. Y. M. H. A. clubrooms, 1567 S. W. Fifth Street, with Bernard \ Miller in charge of arrangements. Pledges to be initiated include: Louis Aronovitz, Murray Dacks, Raymond Lyons, Frank Marks, Sam Schafer, Ira Selevan, Bob Rosenthal, Philip Kolman, Ben Kovensky, Norman Somberg, Al > Signer and Howard Schwartz. A program will be presented and refreshments served. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. Speakers at the last meeting were MrsGeorge Chertkof, Mr. Al Pallot, president of B'nai B'rith, and Mr. Milton A. Friedman, A. Z. A. sponsor and national deputy of A. Z. A. Murray Dacks was named delegate to represent the' Miami A. Z. A at the annual convention of District 6 at Camp Transylvania, Brevard, N. C. Other members who will attend are Irving Ginsburg. Norman Somberg, Marshall Rosetifeld, Bob Rosenthal. Aaron Goldstein and Al Kasanof. A Message from the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women (BY MRS. BENJAMIN LE VINE, President) SOCIETY CEREMONY TO BE HEM) The Pidyon Haben of Douglas Baron, the son of Mr, and Mrs Harry S. Schwartz, will be held Sunday afternoon. August 6th at 3:00 P. M., followed by a house wanning at their home, 1802 S W. 17th Street. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner and Rev. Josef Malek will participate In the services All friends are cordially in to attend. Miami Section, with its added work in the past year, particularly in Service to Foreign Born and Scholarship Departments, need funds very badly in order to function. Therefore, to help defray some of the expenses, and through the courtesy of Mr. Arthur Childers, owner of the Royal Palm Club, we are sponsoring our second annual summer dan.' OH Wednesday evening, August 16th, admission 50 cents per person. We promise every one a good time, for we feel that ev< ry one will want to see the new K yal Palm Club where additional stir:;: capacitj is now available n the new Bamboo Room, and MrChilders has promised B u winter show for that evei \\V call upon the commu: aid us in this cause and itl nd the dance, and at the sam spend a pleasant evening, every one you know and rei acquaintance with those wh been away for the rammer eta may be procured fron following committee: Mrs. Ralph Neufeld. MrStone, Mrs. Abe Rubin, Mrim Kanner, Mrs. s. J, Baaker, Julius Jacobstein, Mrs Horn lig, Mrs. Lewis Brown. Mini' Duhler and Mrs. Her 1 U Peibelman; or by tdephon Council office at 8-0654. "Florida's Largest Tire Brokers" SAVE 60 PERCENT ON TIRES UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE GRENTNER BROS. "0i s. w. 8th St. OPEN EVENINGS PHONE 3 4050 '4 STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (Continued from Pane Three) helm of the Zionist ship of state will be successful. There will will be plenty of rumors tbout a reconciliation with the Revisionists and the inclusion of Jatobinsky in the Executive. Forget about it, though. It won't happen. You will, furthermore, read sensational dispatches declaring that in view of the pics ent European political setup an American should head the World Zionist Organization. Dr. Ste phen S. Wise's name will be prominently mentioned But that won't happen either. As for the American delegation—although it's the strongest ever Bent to any Congress it won't be very much in the picture. The reason being that the represenYOUNG RABBI 37 years old, married, two children, well versed in Yiddish and English: Excellent Chazan, Organizer. Wonderful speaker, Hebrew & t Sunday School teacher; Shoched for chickens; reader of Torah, wishes a permanent position in i the South; willing to come for a trial. Answer THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami Florida. tatives of American Zionism have no specific plan of the r own to in -i nt and def< nd, ABOUT PEOPLE James McDonald, form r Ilitrh Commission* r for Refugees, iked for the pr of tho amalgamated City College and Hunt'T Collegi "f Now York. It's a bit late in the day. but i '\ i just discovered that Pearl Levison, who won that Si.11(1(1 World's Fair poem prize a couple of months ago. is a niece of the Yiddish poet Michael Persal and' the great-granddaughter of the famous Tzaddik of Radin, II* i! tezz Ohaim. If you want to realize how time flies just ponder over the fact that youthfullooking—and, for that matter. young—Sidney Wallach of the American Jewish Committee is celebrating his tenth wedding anniversary this month. Jane Manner, the former Cincinrtatian who now heads one of New York's finest school! of spoech. has li-h d a "Better Speech Study Course" for the bei I those who would like to .method but live too far aw attend her classes. It is r who is coaching Ila R n and John Banner. out-' n refugee players in the •'From Vienna," in the ci of English pronunciat Yes, It's true -you're never to hear our Libby Holman torch songs again. She'_• in for the serious drama in way. Eddie Cantor will be able to play his own biogi in the movies unless he set! the legal claims of the I' I Freedman estate, which the copyright on Eddie's lifi Piter I/>rre wants a change fl m him Mr. Moto roles, and is tr to persuade his producer t him as Jack the Ripper. Pel r doesn't know that his boss. T t cth-Century Fox. has decidi I to discontinue his Moto series MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.—1453 S. 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