The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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VOL. 12.NO. 31.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939
PRICE TEN CENTS
REFUGEE PROBLEMS INCREASING.
HAVENS-SOLUTiONS OFFERED. SOUGHT
Czech Conditions
Reported Intolerable
IC
Brussels, (WNS)An Antwerp
i .:: this week denied the prose-
cuti r an order to arrest five Aus-
tiiar, Jews who had entered the
country illegally. The denial of
th- order by the lower court was
upheld by the Court of Appeals
Although the prosecutor's war-
ran: of arrest had alleged that
there was danger of the refugees
evading legal proceedings since
they had no permanent residence
in Ii such a danger did not in fact ex-
ist Inasmuch as the refugees were
unable to leave the country and
no country was willing to receive
them.
!' believed, however, that the
refugees will be prosecuted under
th- law which provides a penalty
of not more than three months'|
imprisonment for stowing away
on a Belgium vessel.
London. (WNS)Two Jewish
refugees, Walter Altmann and
Gunther Marm. were sent back to
Belgium when it was established
that they had permits allowing
them to rema.ui, there wr.{j) AH*Wi
from drowning in the English
Channel after attempting to cross
from Ostend, Belgium in a din-
ghy.
Paris. The refugees face imme-
diate re-embarkation and resump-
tion of their three-month search
for a haven should the appeal be
rejected.
Meanwhile, word was received
here from a refugee passenger
aboard the Greek freighter Astir
which drifted for four months on
the Mediterranean before dump-
ing its human cargo of 700 Dan- i
zig refugees on the shores of,
Palestine It was learned that
the passengers experienced un-.
told hardships and deprivations,
without food and water, robbed
by the freighter's crew and fin-
ally dumped on the shores of Pal-
estine, the women clad only in
bathing suits and the men in pa-
jamas.
Warsaw, i WNS l Living con-
ditions in the "Protectorate"
were pictured as "intolerable" by
fifty Czech refugees who arrived
in Kattowice and informed Polish
officials there that three others,
part of the group of workers be-
ing forced into labor projects in i
East Prussia, jumped from a train
at Chojnice, in the Polish Corri-
dor.
ANTI-SEMITIC DEMONSTRATION
ARE REPORTED III CANADA
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC OFF1
CIAL SAYS BARS ARE
DOWN FOR REFUGEE
IMMIGRANTS
ESTABLISH CO-ORDINATING
FOUNDATION TO FINANCE
EXODUS
New York, (WNS)Voicing
his country's willingness to ac-j
< pt 500 Jewish refugee families |
"without restrictions," as an ini-I
tial group, ex President Rafael L.J
Trujillo Molina of the Dominican
Republic, commamler-in-cjiief of
the South American Republic's |
army, issued the following state-1
men*, here before sailing on the
Normandie:
"My government will take as a;
first unit without restrictions 500.
Jewish refugee families dividedj
into agricultural, industrial ndl
professional groups, with a view
to taking more." Spokesmen for|
President Roosevelt's Advisory j
Committee on Refugees had nOj
comment to make on General.
Trujillo's statement but indicated
thai the Committee is completing
the draft of a report on refugee,
colonization possibilities in the
Dom nican Republic.
Losdon, (WNS)The CJS-ordr
nating Foundation, which will co-
ganizations engaged in improving
the conditions of beneficiaries
and facilitating emigration of in-
voluntary emigrants from Ger-
many, was registered here as a
limited company listing its sub-
scribers as John W. Davis, Paul
Baerwald, Nathan L. Miller, Mr.1
Liechtenstein and Lewis L. Strauss |
all of New York, and Lionel de
Rothaehild, Lionel Cohen. Earl
Bessborough and Harold H. But-
ler.
BANK WILL AID HUNGARIAN
JEWS IN SEARCH FOR
HAVEN
Budapest. (WNS) Following
conversations between the Dutch
philanthropist Frank van Gilde-
meester and Hungarian leaders it
was expected that an Emigration
Bank to finance emigration of
Hungarian Jews and other "non-
Aryans" affected by the nation's
harsh anti-Jewish law may be es-
tablished with the help of British,
American and Dutch capital. It
was stated that the bank will seek
to finance the settlement of Hun-
garian refugees in Abyssinia,
Venezuela, the Dominican Repub-
lic and other countries.
CZECH REFUGEES IN BEIRUT
APPEAL FOR STAY
EXTENSION
Paris, (WNS)The French
Foreign Ministry is said to be
considering an appeal submitted
by leading French Jewish relief
organizations asking for at least
a one-month extension of the
temporary permit under which
858 Czech refugees are now stay-
ing in Beirut, Syria, where they
are being maintained from funds
sent by Jewish relief agencies in
MINDANAO PROVINCE PRO
VIDEO FOR REFUGEE
COLONY
Manila, (WNS)President
Manuele L. Quezon told members
of the Jewish refugee commit-
tee there was no land available
in Lanao Province on the Island
of Mindanao for such settlers. He
said the committee had also in-
spected an isolated part of Coto-
bato Province, which he thought
suitable for refugee settlement.
He said any refugee settlers
would be asked to limit their ef-
forts to cultivation of citrus
JOIN FORGES
New York, (WNS)A declara-
tion, pledging to fight for free
Jewish immigration into the Holy .
Lind, was adopted by represen-
tatives of 21 Zionist and iron-
Zionist labor groups which met
here under the auspices of the
Jewish I>abor Committee. It was
significant that Zionists am n'>n-
Zionists, for the first time, work-
ed together to give strength to
their combined demand that Jews
be given refmr in~.P.l>',we-.-,>J
that such declaration did not rep-
resent any concession to Zionist
ideology informed sources said
that such a meeting augured fur-
ther cooperation on other issn"*-
The importance of such cooper-
ation was stressed by many
speakers who pointed out that a
meeting of representatives hold-
ing widely divergent views was
truly an historic occasion, and
that only the vital issues such as
were under consideration could
have brought together members
of organizations whose opinions
were so completely at variance.
The declaration adopted by the
delegates condemns Britain's de-
cree banning Jewish immigration
into Palestine for a six month's
period beginning October 1; pays
tribute to the Palestine Jewish
community for its wtllingnets to
absorb refugees; voices apprecia-
tion to British labor and the in-
ternational labor movement for
fighting the decree; urges that
the forthcoming Intergovernmen-
tal Refugee Committee confer-
ence, to be held at the White
House on the initiative of Pi-fsi
dent Roosevelt, protest against
the measure and finally declares
that: "We pledge all our effort.''
to aid in the fight for free Jewish
immigration into Palestine and
we shall not give up the struggle
until the goal is attained."
fruits, rubber, vegetables and
other crops which would not com-
pete with Filipino agricultural
projects such as hemp and coco-
nuts.
Canaberra. Australia, (WNS)
Jewish immigrants, principally
from Germany, increased the
number of Jewish settlers here
from 570 to 4,638 chiefly owing
to the Commonwealth's agree-
ment to admit 15,000 refugees by
1941.
Toronto. (WNS) Subversive
agitation by Fascist groups in
Canada and the fomenting of a
pogrom spirit in Ste. Agathe des
monts, Quebec, a summer resort,
produced alarming threats to the
peace of residents here last week.
In the village of Ste. Agathe
there appeared anti-Jewish pos-
ters calling on French-Canadians
to "oust the Jews," and ather
Charland, the Ste. Agathe des
monts village priest, in a sermon
urged his congregation to take
measures to keep the village
"French-Canadian." One Jewish
lawyer is reported to have been
arrested for "obstructing the side
walk." Mayor Forget has organ-
ized a citizens' committee which
pointedly excludes any Jewish-
Canadian residents hut which he
declares will investigate.
-.. ianwi etvtoi ocutia. scur-
rilous leaflets have been distrib-
uted by a group called "The De- '
fenders," urging a boycott of
Jewish merchants and "Red Com-
munist Jews."
In Toronto a leaflet headed
"Trade With Gentiles" is being
circulated, calling upon Canadians
"to free themselves from the
stranglehold of financial leeches."
and demanding a stop to entrance
of Jewish refugees- It denounc-
es the anti-Fascist boycott as a
"Jewish trick."
In Kingston, Ontario, a similar
campaign i s being conducted
against Jewish-Canadian citizens.
St. Agathe des Monts. Quebec.
(WNS)Miss Mina Weinstein, of
Montreal, was hurt here when a
17-year-old French-Canadian,
driving a milk wagon, charged]
his horse into a group of Jewish
women, and an 11-year-old boy |
riding with him slashed her shoul- ]
der with a whip. This was the
first instance of violence reported
since the posting of anti-Jewish
placards last week-end in the
I^aurentian resort village.
Montreal. (WNS)As a result
of press reports publicizing anti-
Jewish activities in various pro-
vinces of Canada and particularly
in the summer resort of Ste.
Agathe des Monts in the Lauren-
tians, Colonel P. A. Piuze, Quebec
Provincial Police Commissioner,
said that he had visited Ste. Aga-
tha and various other places in
the Laurentians, traveling 380
miles, to investigate the situation
and take all measures to prevent
the occurrence of any violence or
breaches of law and order Deny-
ing the existence of a "serious
situation," he declared that "there
I is absol|Uly |no causfc whatso-
ever for alarm or fear of vio-
lence or disturbance."
Streicher Reported
To Be Seriously 111
London, (WNS)"The Lead-
er," a London weekly, reported
this week that Julius Streicher.
violent anti-Semite and German
high-priest of anti-Semitism in
Nuremberg, is seriously ill and
has undergone five operations.
News of his illness is censored
in Germany.
JEM AGENCY
COMPLETES PLAN
P a it i sr (WNS)The Jewish
Agency for Palestine has com-
pleted a plan based on the
British Government's recently
announced White Paper policy,
to raise *1"),000.000 for admis-
jewish refugees, "as soon as the
High Commissioner is satisf i
that adequate provision for their
maintenance is insured."
It is expected that Palestine
will be in a position to absorb
about 35,000 victims of the Hit-
ler regime in less than two
years, and that 10.000 would im-
migrate either with their own
means or as dependents of resi-
dents of Palestine The largest
part of the sum, or about $10.-
000.000. will materialize from
American countries other than
England.
Under the plan of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine it is sug-
gested that provision be made
for (a) 1,000 students, (b) 1,500
children between the ages of 12
and 15, (c) 4,500 young people
between the ages of 15 and 17.
(d) 3,000 middle-class families
mainly of the ages of 30 to 45
comprising 8,000 souls, and (e)
10,000 Chalutzim between 18
and 35.
To lassist rapid immigration
of refugee camps will be pro-
vided for the temporary accom-
modation of about 8,000 people.
If Palestine is to absorb a con-
siderable number of refugees
temporary encampment of those
immigrants who will not be
ready for absorption in settle-
ments or towns immediately on
j their arrival is essential. For
the execution of this plan, which
I will take at least two years, the
. sum of $150,000 will have" to be
! provided. This expenditure will
include the provision of facili-
I ties for the reception of immi-
grants, including injstructfyn.,
| supervision and social welfare.
The entire plan calls for an ex"
1 penditure of over $15,000,000.
The Jewish Agency will try to
raise about one-third while the
other two-thirds is expected to
be contributed by private Anglo-
American sources.

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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
CULTURAL MEETING
TO BE HELD
The regular monthly cultural
meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will be held Tues-
day evening, August 15th at 8:15
P. M-, in the Synagogue, 1545 S.
W. Third Street. Mrs. George
Chertkof, first vice president,
will preside in the absence of the
president, Mrs. William Clein-
There will be a guest speaker.
Refreshments will be served. All
members and friends are cordially
invited to attend.

VACATIONING
IN NORTH
Mrs. Gus Ginsburg is vacation-
ing in Hot Springs, Arkansas,
where she is visiting relatives
ami friends. She will return to
the city next week.

TO VISIT IN
NEW YORK
Mrs. William Clein,
of the Ladies Auriliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation, left this week for New
York where she w.ll visit rela-
tives and friends.

WEDDING
TAKES PLACE

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939
ZIONIST GROUPS
TO MEET
A general mass meeting will '
held by the local Zionist Gr
Senior and Junior Hadassah or.
ganizations, Miami and M
Beach Mizrachi groups, and I
Women of Greater
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor _^,. rionf>er Wornen of Creator Mi
ftj!SS^SSS.$3^^'=^*?^*^S*!S* "lt^.-!T-!--------------------------- 10th at 8:30 P. M., at the Bet!
BETROTHAL
ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Orlin of
Miami Beach are announcing the
engagement of their daughter,
Miss Ruth Ann Orlin, to Theodore
Wruble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Wruble of Pittston, Pa. The mar-
riage will take place December
24th. Miss Orlin was graduated
from Ida M. Fisher High School
and attended the University of
Alabama, where Mr. Wruble was
also a student.
SOJOURNS
IN NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk will
president j visit relatives and friends in
Brooklyn, N. Y.. for two weeks.
SPINOZA GROUP
CONTINUES
Next Saturday at 3:00 P. M-,
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give
the 13th lecture in the summer
series. The Spinoza Group will
The wedding of Miss Ida Eng- meet as usual on the lawn at
lor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.1 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami
Jake Engler. and Sam Specter; Beach. All are welcome. There
took place July 25th at the home is no charge,
of the bride's parents, with Rabbi]
Max Shapiro oficiating. The' NEW MANAGER AT
ceremony was followed by a din- ROOSEVELT HOTEL
tier at which only members of Chas. H. (Bob) Boucher has re-
the immediate family were pres-] cently been appointed Assistant
ent. The bride was attended by Manager of the Roosevelt Hotel, ,or a sjx ^.^j^g stay.
her sister Miss Molly Engler as Jacksonville, Florida. Mr. Bou-I
maid of honor. Mrs. Sam Resnick, cher is well known in southern'
sister of the groom, as matron of] hotel circles having started at MARRIAGE NUPTIALS
honor and Miss Jennie Rotfort as the San Juan Hotel. Orlando,' PERFORMED
bridesmaid. Mr. Sam Resnick, Florida, nearly 20 years ago. The wedding of Miss Mae Co-
Wat* miiir.<--*...*..*\--~mmo? owitz, Mickey Weinstein and Ben Arkansas, and Tallahassee. Flor- Beth Jacob Congregation in the
MISS CHARLOTTE DREYFUS
A candidate for "Queen" of the
Jewish War Veteran's Military
Ball to be held here in August,
is representing the Civic League
of Miami Beach.
VISIT IN
NEW YORK
OPENS NEW
LAW OFFICE
Milton A. Friedman, prominent
local attorney, announces the
opening of hi- new law office*
located at 616 American Bank
Building, Miami. Mr. Friedman
has been a resident of Miami
since 1926 and was graduated
from the School of Law at the
University of Florida in 1985. In
his many year- of practice. Mr.
Friedman has become well-known
amongst professional and laymen
alike, in the legal field and civic
projects. Mr. Friedman was past
president of the Young Men's He-
brew Association, past secretary
of Miami Lodge of B'nai B*ritl.
and a member of the Board of
Directors of the Greater Miami
Federation of Jewish WV.fai?
Funds. At present he is advioOr
and national deputy of A. Z. A., LEAVE FOR
and is actively engaged in com- ^ ACATION
munal projects.
h
David Synagogue, Miami. T
meeting will coincide with the
opening of the World /.
Congress of Geneva, Switterlai 1.
the same day and will serve B; a
demonstration of solidarity
expression of Zionist demand-
The tragic condition of w
Jewry, a protest against the elo.
ing of the gates of Palestine I
further immigration in an effort
to destroy the Balfour Deda' i
tion together with a renewed v
of eternal struggle against anl
Semitism and for Zion will be the
subjects of the list of prominent
speakers. A musical program
will also be presented.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements include Rabbi Moi
Mescheloff, Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Sidney L Segall. presides
of the Miami Zionist Di-"
The public is invited to attend.
A. /-. A. TO HOLD
INITIATION
Mr. and Mis. Max Mintzcr
for the North where they
spend their vacation.

LEAVE ON TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wroob
Mrs. Ida Buckstein is now vis- The Miami Chapter of A 7. A. ],.ft l.v automobile for the Nor
Markowitz were ushers.
Mr. and Mrs. Specter w;ll re-
side in Homestead where Mr.
Specter is engaged in the mercan-
tile business.
ida.. Fred W. Speer, who has
been Assistant Manager at the
Roosevelt for two and one-half
years, will continue in his same
capacity.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF
His NEW LAW OFFICES AT
616 AMERICAN BANK BLDG.
MIAMI. FI.OKIDA
iting iru>New York with relatives will initiate twelve pledges into
and friends where she will remiin* their organization Sunday even-
ing at 8:00 IV M. at the Y. M.
H. A. clubrooms. The chapter
now has it- which will enable them to reel Ive
their permanent charter at the
District Convention at Camp
Transylvania, Brevard, N. C, Au-
The initiation will take place at
a closed ceremony at 7:".0 P M..
followed i.y a public presentation
of pins and membership cuds. A
program will be presenteil end
refreshments served.
presence of their many friends.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiat-
ed. A reception followed.

VISITS IN-
NORTH
Mrs. S. Stone left the city for
the North where she will remain
for* two weeks visiting with rel-
atives and friends.
where they will visit with rela
tives and friends. They will -
turn to the city in the fall.

TO VACATION
IN NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene will
leave Saturday for New York
where they will remain for four
friedds. While there'they "wiff
also v sit the World's Fair.
Announcing .
the grand opening
Pledges who will be initiated
a r e Ixiuis Aronovitz. Murray,
Daeks. Ben Kovensky. Rob Ros< n-
thal. Al Signer, Frank Marks.
Norman Somberg, Howard
Schwartz, Sam Schaffer. Ray-'
mond Lyons. Ira Selevan, Philip
Kolman. The public is invited to
attend.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
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1^^ J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor 1
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OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES
SUBSCRIPTION
R v M i n t h s
FRIDAY. AUGUST 11, 1939 VOLUME 12NUMBER 31
B'NAI B'RITH
T
TIPS
(BY SIDNEY L SBGALL)
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
TRANSOCEANIC
If you knew Vienna before its Nazification, don't return.
|. That's the advice of experts who have revisited the
lour reporter is happy to re-;,, ,. ...
,, ,- (,. 'Itrmvn Danube tn\vie mlv in discover thai the exquisite \ ton-
turn to Miami and Sholem Lodge | '
after a ten day business trip to lll's<' restaurants haw deteriorated to BUeh an extent that their
the "merry-go-round in Washing-cuisine is practically unrecognizable. Well-informed for-
ton. Allow us to thank Brother!,,,,_,,, correspondents insist that Edda Ciano, daughter of II
Roth for 'pinch-hitting in *|Dnce ,.u|,| make him rev,.rse his anti-Jewish policy. She's
writing of this columnand a .
snappy job it was, Burni'y.
-B-
Congratulations are in
the only living person who's not afraid of Mussolini. Over
in London Nazi agents are photographing all Germans who go
order to see Warner Brothers' "Confessions of a Nazi Spy" When
longraiuuuions are in oruer 10 see carrier oruiurra < iniir.x-miis m a ->,i/-.i cijij urn
for the Committee on the sale of jnev return 1<> Germany they'll fiml nut that they've commit-
tickets to the coming J. W V. fpd* R ^riQm (.nin(, .' MuHHolbii "ill never forgive Hitler for
('(invention Ball for doing fine ..... .
APPEASEMENT FOR PALESTINE?
The Mandates Commission of the League of Nations is
scheduled to issue this week its report on Great Britain's new
policy as ennunciated in the MacDonald White Paper. That
the majority of the Mandates Commission is clearly opposed
to the White Paper, is a matter of public knowledge. During
the debate in the House of Commons last month, the Opposi-
tion challenged Colonial Secretary MacDonald to deny the fact
that the Permanent Mandates Commission had ruled that the
White Paper was an abrogation of the Mandate over Pales-
tine entrusted to England.
There have been repeated rumors and reports that the Brit-
ish Go vwnment is so fkmlv ^SPt^iyUcff^BMri^nnig
undue pressure upon the Council of the League of Nations to
approve tho White Paper in spite of the negative view of the
Mandates Commission. Such an action by the League Council
would shatter all precedents, since the Mandates Commission
is considered to be a body of experts whose reports and advice
League Council has followed invariably without deviation or
contradiction. There are some perennial optimists who say
that the publication of the Mandates Commission report will
give England a convenient opportunity to modify the provis-
ions of the White Paper. However, those who have followed
the tenor and direction of the Government's spokesmen in the
House of Commons are compelled to reject any such vague
hope. It now appears quite certain that the British Govern-
ment is determined upon a policy of complete appeasement for
the Arabs, even to the point of sacrificing Jewish rights, and
particularly to cutting down Jewish immigration at a moment
of severest crisis for Jewish people. It seems to us no mere co-
incidence that the British Government is seeking to promote
experimental settlement in British Guiana at the very moment
that it is firmly resolved to suspend all Jewish immigration to
Palestine for a period of six months. England will no doubt
wish to soften the blow, but only through trying to divert
attention from Palestine.
This week petitions were distributed asking the President
of the United States to urge, at the forthcoming Refugee Con-
ference to be held at the White House in September, that Pal-
atine be recognised as a national home for the Jews and as a
natural haven for Jewish refugees to the fullest extent of its
economic absorptive capacity. It is important that American
Jewry continue its efforts to impress upon Great Britain the
necessity of Palestine for a large-scale solution of the Jewish
refugee problem.
work. In case you don't know
the names of the Brothers on this
committee, they a r e: Burnett
Roth and Harold Turk, co-chair- i
men. Ely KatZ, Have Cohen. Wal- I
ter Kovner, Marx Feinberg, Jo
Berman and Harold Spaet. Th
committee has been instrumental
in holding the lead fo.- B'r.ai j
B'rith's candidate in th.- race fo.-
Queen of the J. W. V. Convention,
taking place at the end of this
month. B'nai B'rith should al-
ways be in first plac !.
officially congratulating him on his 56th birthday the other
day. The Italian dictator has become so touchy about his
Hge that liis birthday is no longer announced or celebrated n
Italy. Germany's fishing Fleel is so constructed thai il
can lie changed nvcmighl into nn adjuncl of the Nazi i
we're told by Neil O'llara. our favorite columnist. .
HOME FRONT
-B-
We nominate the Herald-Tribune of Jacksonville, Florida,
as the Number One anti-Semitic naoer in this country. ... Its
I front page outdoes Coughlin and the rest of the baiters in its
continue1 ^7 stacks against "Jewish domination" of American life. .
to cooperate with the Ticket Sale That New York Daily Mirror editorial on Sir Victor Sassoon,
Committee. Uphold the prestige who is reputed to be one of the controlling financiers of
of Sholem Ixidge Shanghai, was full of nasty implications. One of them was
---------B~ the charge that the Sassoon fortune has been built up on the
Sholeme Ixidge held another in-. ji_:_ f,.,, flor
tercsting meeting-its regular opium trade-which is not true--------A delegation from Ger-
monthlv business meetingTues-' many arrived here the other day on the S. S. Bremen, and im-
day night at the Elks Lodge \ mediately Proceeded to, Mexico^ tft a^^J^iafcmYSE'^ral
notrs report'as chairman of the Hoover s Secret Service men are doing a swell job in
A.-D. Committee, reflected timely .... m. ______,?;*,
and effective work being done in rounding up Nazi spies in this country. ... The prosecution
the community to alleviate ad- of Nazi spy cases has increased twentyfold during the last year,
verse conditions and subversive
activities fostered by un-Ameri-
can propaganda.
-B-
THIS AND THAT
il rotrnlion of the
todav'^ complex social structure-
the youth confronted with man:
fold problems of selecting a pro-
fession, business or trade.
---------B---------
The annual Florida State Con-
vention' of B'nai B'rith Lodges
Will be held at Jacksonville on
September 3rd and 4th, Labor
Day week-end. Sholem Lodge is
ABRAHAM FRIEDLAND
DEAD AT FORTY-SEVEN
Cleveland, (WNS) Abraham
H. Friedland, president of the
Ohio region of the Zionist Organ
ization of America, died at his
home here at the age of 47. He
was founder of the Jewish Youth
League, a former president of
the National Council of Jewish
Education and superintendent of
the Hebrew school system in
Cleveland..
Born in Russia, Mr. Friedland
came to America in his youth and
was graduated from Columbia
University. He moved to Cleve-
land from New York in 1920 and
almost from that time had been
one of the city's most prominent
residents.
He was a prolific writer, the
The Vocational Guidance Com Those in the know insist thai Americas nl o.
mi,,,,., a newly formed commit- wfls ;,,,.,, ,, ,.,.,
tec composed of Hrothers J. Bel- .,.,.. 1 1 i
man and Jack Abbot,. Co-Chair- hy co orations of the psychological effect it would haic o I
men: Dr. Frank Coret, Fred K. Hitler. These same interpreters say that Danzig will he
Shochet, Nathan Adelman, Isaac ,.,1;,.,, Dv the \azis on August 15th. The story hereabouts
Levin, Dr. Charles Werblow and ^ ^ '.f ,,.. M(..||w, -s Nl.w York Journal-American fails to
Sidney ... SRall houlddo some empathies with its current serialization of Bmil
need, d work in the betternu'ii, of -""' ,_,,. ,, :,
the status of the Jewish youth in Ludwig's biography of Bndolf, called "Unler I nmasked, it
win b,, sold to one of the other New York dailies. Zion-
ist-Revisionists arrested by the British police in Palestine on
various charges have found out that their best method of at-
tracting attention nnd getting concessions is a hunger strike.
. it is true that if the British hadn't subjected eighty
young Revisionists in a concent rat inn camp near Jerusalem to
forcible feeding these boys would have starved to death. ....
Ziot ists lire rather peeved at Vincent Sheean's new bonk. "\'"t
;;pe,;:ir,"o"hav;;'la;'ge'' tion attend the Convention, which do! changed his negative views on Zionism and in tins dook
will probably be one of the big- frents ii wj,i, something 1 i 1<< contempt. .
gest ever held in Florida. Inter-
est is keen and the spirits high HI?AH V'F
among Sholem I.odge Brothers; HEiAJ* &
so watch us. boys, here we come
on' to .lax' Next wePk. your| Why do Hollywood producers continue selling their pic-
reporter will list the names of tures t0 jap.an< when they never see a cent in return, because
' of currency transfer restrictions in Nippon? When Luise
Rainer comes back to Hollywood shell either have to toe the
mark or forget about an American screen career altogether.
... It seems that Miss Rainer got on everybody's nerves by
her artificial acting off-screen as well as on. While Maurice
Schwartz was filming "Tevya." by Sholem Aleichem, in Long
Island, a squad of aeroplanes flew low over the set. This
cost Schwartz something like $2,000, because he had to shoot
the scene all over again, as there weren't supposed to be any
planes in the small Polish villiage in which Tevya lived his
life. .. Which reminds us of a minor calamity which almost
prostrated camera crews shooting background scenes for Mono-
the delegates selected to attend
this Convention.
---------B---------
Every loyal Ben B'rith should
support and work for Sholem
I-odge's candidate for J. W. V.
Convention Queen.
author of a large number of
popms in Hebrew. He translated
dramas and poetry into Hebrew
and produced in 1934 and 1935 a
series of forty magazine articles
on medieval poets and philoso-
phers. He also wrote nearly a
hundred children's books, con-
taining original Hebrew stories.
';
(Continued on Pa?e Four)


PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. 1339
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 dady at 7:30,
P. M. !
Mincha services Friday at 0:30 j
P. M.
Kaholas Shabbos at 6:45 P. M.I
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 Sudai at 6:45 P- M.
Maariv lervid OH Saturday at
7:35 P. M.
the picnic committee will be ren-
dered.
Plans will be adopted for the
Fall meetings arid it is urgent epaj history,
that the membership come and
attend this important meetting.
We take this humble means to
thank, in the name of the Auxil-
iary all of our good friends whoso
contributions and loyal w o r k
made the success of the affair
possible.
BOARD MEETING
!* **
A most important meeting of
the Board of Directors will !>-
held in the vestry rooms of .the
Synagogue on Tuesday night. Au-
gust 18th at 8:10 P. M. Due to
the urgency of the business a'
hand it is requested that mem
hers of the Board be prompt in
their attendance-
RABBI JOINS
U. OF M. FACULTV a Message from the Miami Section
After a com^n of one .a, National Council of Jewish Women
instruction at Miami University, (BY MRS. BENJAMIN LE VINE, President)
Rabbi Max Shapiro has been "sk-j ^^^^ -^^_______________^^.^_____________^<^_^^
ed to serve as a permanent mem-,---------
ber of the fculty of that institu- w< i..ll, Bttention to the out The committee m chare
tion. He will present a similar gtamjjng summer dance which f0HOws Mesdames Ralph N I
course on the subject the "Legacy M|.inlj Section, National Council jr|rv stone. Abe Rubin, Sai
or Contributions of Hebraic Civ- |f jewi8n Women are going to nHr_ s j Basker, Julius I
ilization" It will be an accredit- h ](i \V,.,|. sday evening, August st,.jn> Monte Selig. Lewis 1:
ed course and the requirement for 1|;|h ;i) t|u, n,,w |H,autiful reinod- Maurjc. I)ubler ami Herbert l\
the student registering will 1"' 1((, goya] palm Club, both in Feibelman, or by telephoning
one year's college course in gcir ^ lv,.w iiam|10 Room and the councj| office at 3-6555 arc
enlarged auditorium where a reg- l0 supply you with ticket-.
and
LADIES AUXILIARY

The last of a series of summer
meetings will be held on Tuesday
night, August 15th in the Syna-
gogue. Mrs. George Chertkof,
first vice president of the Auxil-
iary will preside and a report of month.
ular "Winter Show f Musi,
Darning" will be shown.
We again >al! upon the commu-
nity to assist us by attending
this dance where only fifty cuts
per person admission will be
charged. These funds will aid us
in carrying on all bran, his of
work that the Council program
carries.
We promise each and eve
a most enjoyable evening.
chance to renew acqua
with those who have just r< I
to Miami after a sumnu>i
tion. We need your as-:--
awaken Miami Jewry and
Miami Section in the woi
are endeavoring to carry f
I
to value, on which diffei no itor !> the Palestine I'
opinion may often prevail. The signed his name in th-
will presi .....fthe National Fund Visitor's B
fi 1.1 which should m- Hebrew. Friends of J
mandini ..! asseni from un- Felix Frankfurter who ha\
pi tudentj of history, the experience of greeting
Some thought w .: be given to the ,,n the street and receh g
oi Contributions "f the :, mizzled look in return
Aces. ;,i:n that the ,ay they
oursi will go the whole |,r,,i,ably was Senator Ti
ON VACATION
ua> with the scientific spirit. Missouri, who is a dead
The course, the Legacy of the making no qualifications and for the Justice. Sgmund I
Hebraic civilization deals with tha holding hack nothing, only guid- father of Psychoanalysis. :-
contribution that has come to the ed by an intense moral earnest- sicker than his family .
Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner left on sun) of humM thought from Ju- ness and abov. all by a deep .ll|mit Aml di(, you kmnv
a brief vacation trip and will re-
turn to the city at the end of the
daisni. It is not in any sense el- sense of reverence for true, his-
ther a history of the Jewish peo- ton,:,! facts,
pie or an exposition of Judaism.
STRICTLY
(Continued from Page Three)
EXCHANGE
DEPARTMENT
The course is concerned with Roden) >tar ,lf th(, refuse revue iness?
these topics only in so far as dis- From Vienna" She refused
union of them may be necessary $6oo-a-week salarv from pro:
the Marx Brothers have a bl
by the name of Gummo w
not connected with the show-
gram's forthcoming feature based
on the story of Rip Van Winkle
at Andron's Mountain House,
Hains Falls, New York. ... It
seems a nest of eagles quartered
on th:- side of the historic moun-
tain refused to let the camera-
men be lowered past a certain
po nt. Bribes of Andron's best
herring did th trick. The
family of Elmer Rice, the play-
wright, was very worrk/I the
other day when Elmer, flying
back from Europe on the Clipper,
got stuck in the Azores because
repairs were neededby the Clip-
per, not Elmer. John Garfield.
who if handled right will become
the only serious rival of Muni in
the movies, is sick of Hollywood
and is going to play on Broadway
in a drama of his own writing. .
Baruch I.umet, Yiddish actor and
father of Sidney Lumet, Max
Reinhardt.'s favorite, American
child actor, has sold a play to
.for the clear setting forth of the du,..,. i)wjBnt Wiman, who tried
.1,___>Vi^ter Winchell tells this to-1 proper theme of the course It u, ,.lu).t. ,u.r ,u play ,he |eading
' relay to you in full. During and the Legacy of Rome. Married an- Angel" Ilia says
the General Moseley comic opera- Some of the subjects to be dis- (hat ghe,,| s(i(k wj)h (h( i.()0p,.,..
tics, says W. W it was revealed ( cussed in this course demand not !ltjv,. ..(st ||f tnp refue show.
that his hosts in Jamaica, N. Y., only statements of fact, on whieh p.,|Ward G. Robinson, a recent vis-
were Mr. antd Mrs. Rudyard Uz- common agreement should be at-
zell. At their home, it was al- tainable. hut also judgments as
leged. Nazis gathered secretly.
etc. Well, read this and
groan: In 1930 a lad named Rud-
yard B. Uzzcll won the Pulitzer
Scholarship and receive*! $1,000
while he attended the U. of Pen.
. The student's parents were
and are fairly well-to-do.....
They allowed the boy to accept
the scholarship when' he really
didn't nend it. thus probably de
pricing a poor boy who did. .
But get thi- irony: The Uzzells
are named as being friendly to
Nazis, but the coin which helped
to finance their son's education
came from the scholarship donat-
ed by Joseph Pulitzer. Jewish
founder of the N. Y. World. .
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it considered the treatment
the1 main character :n th
nov 1 -as too "goyish" To
Maurice Samuel should go a big
slice of the cr dit for his mat
translation Orchids to Ilia
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939
*
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
DAGE FIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
"T
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Kabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 21473 Home Phone 2-2176
spend another 0,000,000 francs on +
8,000 refugees."
On the Belgian-German border
"heartbreaking scenes are tak-'
ing place daily," the Journal Malmedy reported, "with whole
families hunted like beasts while
seeking to cross into Belgium.'1
proper is about to be completed.
Mr, A. Kaplan, noted member of
the congregation and contractor,
hag reconstructed the entire in-
Daily services at 7:00 a- m., and terior and pulpit most strikingly
PERMANENT CALENDAR
FOR THE YEAR
Danzig, (WNS)Sixty Jews,
unable to work under the Free
City's anti-Semitic law, were con-
fined in the first concentration
camp opened in the Danzig terri-
tory at Guetland. It was report-
ed they would be put to work at
construction of borracks. and lat-
er at building fortifications,
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESChELOFF. Rabbi
ii2* Mlchl&S Av nue
Thone 6-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Tin Michigan Avenue
Thone 5-2U13
1
I
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SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Daily: 8: 00 A. M-; 6:30 P. M.;
ami 7:15 P. M.
organization to work actively for
the filling of this petition. We
hope other organizations will as
sist-
A petition to the President of
Saturday: S;:!0 A. M.; 6:30 P. the United StaUs is being spoil
M.; and 7:30 P. M.
Rabbi Mescheloff preaches on
"The Portion of the Week" each
Saturday afternoon at Shalosh
S'oodoss.
.r>:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning at 8:30.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School9:00 a
m., to 12:00.
The interior of the synagogue,
the pulpit, and the Holy Ark have
I', en refurnished under Mr. Kap-
lan's direction. New. soft-cush-
the
ORGANIZATIONS
Our Boy Scout Troop meets ev-
SYNAGOGUAL
RENOVATION
A
' It will 11' in readiness for
High Duly Days services,
*
more detailed explanation of the
.**** ** newly redecorated synagogue and
The very expansive program of the High Holy Day- services will
construction in the synagogue he made shortly.
Berlin. (WNS)The appoint-
ment of Chief Rabbi Leo Baeek
as pr sident of the Reich-verein-
igung. set up by the German Gov-
ernment to speed emigration of
Jews from th,' Reich, was an
nounced here. The all-inclusive
Jewish organization' will be man- ,.,.y Tuesday evening at 8:00.
aged by Dr. otto Hirsch, chair- Th(. Miami Beach A. Z. A
man and director of an earlier meets at our synagogue every
representative German Jewish Monday evening at 7::so P. M.
ioned chairs are being installed body.
throughout the entire synagogue. ---------
Budapest, iWNSl- Th
tice Ministry has taken
deration a draft of i
tions designed to speed Hungary's
drastic anti-Jewish law which
provides for restriction of Jews
sored by the New York Jewish
Morning Journal. The petition
reads: "We, the undersigned, re-
garding it as inconceivable that
Palestine should fail to receive
prime consideration as a place of
refuge for persecuted Jews. r -
spectfully urge that at the forth
coming conference on the refugee
problems that you have called for
September, you submit that Pal-
estinerecognised by fifty-two
nations, including the (' ited
Jewsis a natural haven for
States, a- a National Home for
The Council of Jewish Junior- Jewish refugee to the fullest
meets every oth r Tuesday night nt of i:- economic al
Jus- at 8:30 P. M.. at our synagogue.
unil r
PETITION BEING
SIGNED
World "Wide News Flashes
in the country's economic, politi-
cal an.I cultural life. The draft
ha- been approved by the Cabi-
net.
Kaunas, (WNS) The German
Government, in a special note to
the Lithuanian Government, de-
lated it will permit Meme| r-'fu- S(.pt),nir..M- i Washington.
Our Synagogue has been a tive
in obtaining signers to a petition
to our President of the United
States urging that Palestine be
considered a natural haven for
refugees at the Refugee Commit-
tee Convention' to be held this
London, (WNS)According to London, (WNS)It was re- gees to return to supervise liqui- \ve are proud of being the first
reports from Prague nearly 200 ported that Baron Louis de Roth- dation of their property without
capacity."
Hundreds of signature: ha' e
been obtained in the Greater Mi-
ami area through the efforts of
the Beth Jacob Congregation, and
in particular, Rabbi M. Meschel-
off and Mr. N Reinhardt. This
petition can be signed any week
day at the Beth Jacib Synagogue.
or can be sent directly to the
Jewish Morning Journal. 77 Bow-
ery. New York City, with signa-
ture and address.
Jewish students in Bohemia-Mo schild is preparing to settle in
ravia and CarpathoRussia have London following his recovery in
^WeiHr^,-iiVe,",-^hie,"s.a"efMk;',,Wiv Rhlfa oV'.he^hesTapo'tn'V.enna''1" '
report stated, have registered for j ---------
the Hebrew University in Jeru- Bucharest, (WNS)Twenty
salem; 40 for the Hebrew Tech- eight delegates will be si nt by
nical Institute at Haifa; Id for Roumanian Zionists to attend the
the new Bazalel Art School and World Zionist Congress which
28 to the Hauser Conservatory. convenes at Geneva On August Hi
--------- according to information received
here. Nine delegates are from
the oiil Kingdom, seven from
Bessarabia, eight from Transyl-
vania and four from Bukovina.
interference, according to an an-
nouncement which said that this
j .-......_j *-*-
t"rms of the German-Lithuanian
trade agreement.
- I
Joahnnesburg, (WNS) Fire
arms and ammunition smuggled
into South Africa by Nazi agent-
are cause for grave concern her1'
and authorities are engaged in an
intensive investigation into Nazi
espionage and propaganda acti-
vities.
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Jerusalem, (WNS) -Represen-
tatives of the Government, the
Jewish Agency for Palestine, the
Palestin Federation of Labor
and others attended the launching
of the "Chaini Arlosoroff," new-
training ship for Jewish sailors.
Geneva, (WNS)- The World
Mizrachi Organization, religious
Zionist body, opened a five day
conferen e here this week (Wed-
nesday), a- a preliminary to the
21st biennial World Zionist Con-
gress which opens August 16th.
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Senator S. Van den Hugh was
re-elected the Netherlands repre-
the Council of the
efySa
GOOT> *StJvVV
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The vessel is named for the Pal- sentative to
csti,*e labor loader who was ass- Jewish Agency for Palestine.
assinated six years ago. j which is to meet in Geneva at the
Meanwhile. Jewish sport boats end of August,
on the River Yarkon are not per-1 ~
itted to go out to sea without; Brussels. (WNS -Antwerp.
precaution liberal newspaper. Flandre, si
'ii
a police
permit, a
which the authorities have taken
to prevent boats from helping il-
legal immigrants enter the coun-
try.
Jerusalem, (WNS)-Two Jew-
ish brothers, Reuben and Zvi
Friedman, were injured when a
car in which they were riding
struck a landmine near Haifa.
Reuben was seriously injured,
while Zvi escaped with slight
wounds.
London, (WNS)Reports ap-
pearing in the French press re-
garding th* possibility that Bri-
tain; would send a Royal commis-
sion to Palestine to study the eco-
nomic consequences of her new
policy for the Holy I-and were
emphatically denied by the Colon-
ial Office.
|y criticized the Belgian Govern-
ment's decision to deport 3,000
refugees who entered Belgium
after April 30. The paper de-
clared that "Belgium will not be-
come bankrupt if she decides to
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THE JEWISH FLORIDLaN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939 ^T
SOCIETY
VISIT IN MIAMI
.Mrs. X. Schwartz accompanied
by her daughter, are visiting in'
Miami Beach as the house guests
of her sister and brother-in-law.
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff.'
*
ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
The engagement of Miss Doro- j
thy Roth, daughter of Mr and;
Mrs. Louis R. Roth of 1776 S. W.|
23rd Terrace, to Samuel Tenen-
baum of Birmingham, Ala., is be-
ing announced by her parents.
The marriage will be an event of
September 23rd at the Columbus
Hotel.
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LEAVE ON
VACATION
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher and
family left Sunday for New York
they will visit. They will
return to the city September 15.
MR. HARRY GORDON
Mr. Harry Gordon, prominent
Miami attorney, has been in-
formed, from Tallahassee, that
he has been appointed Lieuten-
ant Colonel on the staff of Gov-
ernor Fred P. Cone. Mr. Gor-
don came to Miami in 11120, and
has practiced law here since
;;''-'.!. He has been active in lo-
cal circles, having been vice-
president of Beth David Syna-
l- true, and director and officer
in numerous Jewish organiza-
tions,
AGAINST NAZI AGI-
TATION IN FRANCE
WEDDING ___________
HELD
The marriagr- t Miss Miriam TW0 NEW DECREES
dman Mr. Frank Stewart
took place at the home of the
groom Thursday evening with
Moses Mescheloff offiii::--
ir.g. A reception followed the
: Mj-.y The couple, form- rly
f New York, will make their
Permanent home on Miami Reach.
RETURNS TO MIAMI
Mr. Sidney L Segall returned
to the city last week from a trip
to Washington, D. C.

YOUNG JUDAEA
ANNOUNCES PLANS
newly formed Benj. M. Cardoza
Young Judaean Club. Miss Jean-
ette Kronenfeld, president of Ju-
r.ior Hadassah. and the Misses panja
Harriet Damenstein and Ida
Smith were guests of honor and
gave brief addresses.
Paris. iVYNSi Anti-Semitic
and anti-French propaganda was
expected to he further curtailed
with the issuance of two new de-
I rees by the French Cabinet
which pressed its campaign
against Hitlerite agitation. One
decree makes it obligatory for
printers to show the source of all
printed matter intended for dis-
tribution in public places. The
second decree extends to the
controlling import of foreign
press matter, which is aimed
against Fascist and Nazi propa
Evidence of Nazi propaganda
said to involve the possibility of
kurque, a military port on the
English Channel. According to
Le Petit Parisien, the investiga-
tion in Dunkurque began when
the local postmaster called in au-
thorities to check on hundreds of
letters from Germany, addressed
to a Dunkurque inhabitant with
pro Nazi inclinations. The au-
thorities found, on opening some
of the letters, that they held a
clue to part of the Nazi propa-
ganda setup in France- The su -
pect, the addresses of the hun-
dreds of letters, was said to have
worked in Havre. Brest and Dun-
kurque, all important French mil-
itary ports.
Another propaganda expeaier.cy
was seen in the appearance of
elaborate posters on all main
streets, subways and public plac-
es in Paris, picturing the Reich
I as a land of joy and beauty. In"
1 dignant Frenchmen tore down
many of the placards and smear
ed others with anti-Nazi slogans.
Last week a "popular edition"
of the "Protocols of the Elders
of Zion" appeared in Pari: The
| volume, which i* prohibited un-
der the anti-racial law. ha 1 sev-
eral times previously beti i i vu
lated in France, but the
one, entitled "Peril Juiv : Fi w-
i.-h Peril), intended for ma i;'-
culation, was delivered at the
doors of booksellers during the
night, anonymously and gratis.
The Government's drive again't
racial incitement brought ab ivt
the arr"st of Francois Etienne,
director of the news sheet. Pays
Libre, ami his subsequent impris-
onment for distributing anti-Sem-
itic- pamphlets in the street".
Ktin'nne, leader of an extreme
Facist group, said he was not the
author of the pamphlet but had
been forced to circulate th?m by
order of his party. Newspaper*
W'luflnkf'irnfnVlM -nMtttfc
sons. A party of Englishmen,
handed copies of the newspaper,
walked out of a Paris cafe after
denouncing such
"stupid lies."
propaganda as
POPE PIUS EXPRESSES
SYMPATHY IN TALK
WITH OUSTED RECTOR
Rome. (WNS)The day befor.
his departure for Castle Gandolfo
Pope Pius had a long private au-
dience with Professor Giorgie del
Vecchio. former rector of Row
University, ousted because he was
a Jew. It was understood that
during the conversation the Pon-
tiff showed keen interest in the
anti-Semitic problem on wh'ch he
asked for detailed information.
The dismissal, he said, followed
Hochdorf's refusal to take a r.
duction in salary, a measure re-
sorted to by the company f n
economic reasons. According to
Mazzilini, fifteen of the thirty
four local employees are Jew- ,-
not a single Jew has been
missed either by Italian
ates or firms in Palestine.
ITALIAN LINE DISMISSES
JEWISH MANAGER
Jerusalem. WNS)- A denial
that Arthur Hochdorf had been
dismissed as Palestine manager of
the Italian Adriatica Line b<
cause of ra< ial reasons was mad
public this week by Count Mai-
zilini, Italian Consul G<
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Miss Damenstein and Miss espionage, which is a capital
Smith are the sponsors for this crime under a recent law, were
newly appointed group. Plans for disclosed in France with the ar-
the cultural program were an- rest of four Frenchmen in Duti-
nounced with Harold Shapiro as________________________________
rraan; Isidore Ratthaus, mas-
t> r of ceremonies and the Misses
Smith and Damenstein assisting.
The program will be held Sun-
day, August 20th at 8:00 P. M..
at the Y. M. H. A. club rooms,
1667 S. \V. Fifth Street. Speak-
for the evening will be Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Miss Jeanette Kron-
enfeld and Harold Shapiro. < .n-
tor Louis (layman Will render -
cal selections, and there will be
piano selections in addition to a
short skit entitled "Long Dis-
tance." Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.
Despite decrees issued by "i.
French Government to counteract
anti-Jewish propaganda, however,
literature of anti-Semi'. nature,
apparently disseminated by Fas
cists, were being handed out
openly in Paris cafes. This week
the r "I '(leuvre" re-
ported that copies of an anti
itic newspaper had carried in-
sulting articles about British Wa
Secretary Leslie Hore-Belisha,
Jewish, and others hinting
that King George VI. wa- under
the influence of Jews and Ma-
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
KENHOLZ OPENS
NEW MARKET
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
61'96 Indian Creek Drive6-1265 530 N. E. 31st St.2-B548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Kither or both Of the Rabbla will be In the Temple every m"rnlng.
You may ootisult with thfm on matters concerninff the Jewis commu-
nity, or your pctSOnal problem!. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to laY, each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
1)o nat withdraw thyself from
the congregation"Hillel
Regular services will be held at
the Temple this Friday evening:,
July 21st at 8:15 P. M., and will
Colman A. Zwitman on the Rab-
binical Association program will
speak on: .... But I Like Ger-
mans" The musical program will
be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. be rendered by Mary Hirtenstein
Zwitman. I of the Temple Israel choir.
Saul I. Kenholz has this week
made the announcement of the
opening of his new strictly koshei-
meat, poultry and delicatessen
market, to be known as Kerrholz's
Strictly Kosher Meat, Poultry and
D. licateessen Market, located at
1041 Washington Avenue, Miami
Boa h. This market will be op-
erated under Mr. Kenholz's per-
sonal supervision.
This kosher market will be the
first in the South to handle meats
and meat products exclusively
and will be equipped with the
finest and most modern fixtures
obtainable and when opened will
be noted for its sanitary condi-
tions as well as its quality mer-
chandise.
Mr. Kenholz has operated the
kosher meat and poultry depart-
ments of several of Miami Beach's
At 3:00 P. M, Sunday after-' K'adinK markets for the past four
<* c. 4-- unnn PoKhi >'ears and for more than thirty-
noon over Station v\ IOL), KaoDi | *
RADIO PROGRAM
the Arab newspaper Orient Arabe
as saying that the German Nazi
propaganda service has appro-
priated $500,000 to promote Nazi
propaganda in Arab countries.
Part of the Nazi plan, the dis-
patch said, is to sell radio sets
below cost to enable the Arabs to
hear broadcasts from stations of
the Rome-Berlin axis.
plains, and I found none.. WhiW
compared New York "liberals"
speak of rising anti-Semitism in
America to a "man who, in x
crowded theatre, rises to scream
that all are in imminent peril."
CHICAGO CATHOLICS TO
FIGHT ANTI-SEMITISM
ARAB SHIEKS WELCOME
RABBI TO NATHANYA
ATTEMPT TO FORCE JEWS B NAI B'RITH BUYS
TO CONTRIBUTE TO FUND j J. N. F, NOTES TO AID
---------- IN LAND PURCHASES
Tetuan, Spanish Morocco,
(WNS) Violence against the
.lew- flared up here following at-
tempts by Palestine Arabs to co-
erce Jews into contributing to a
fund being raised to help drivJ
the Jews out of the Holy Land.'
The collection, which started im-
Wshington, (WNS)Recognis-
ing the importance of even mote
aggressive acquisition of land in
Palestine because of the immi-
nent threat of changed status, the
Central Administrative Banl of
B'nai B'rith has authorized the
purchase of $25,000 worth of de-
benture notes of a $1,000,000 is-
mediately after a meeting of Pal- !
estine Arabs headed by the notor- ^ floated by the Jewjgh Nation.
ious agitator Abdel Khalakh. who ( Fund |fl ^ count to puppie.
one years has operated butcher
stores in Brooklyn, N. Y., where
he has obtained an enviable rep-
utation for service, quality and
adherence to dietary laws.
The grand opening of the mar-
ket will be held next Thursday,
August 17th and a cordial invi-
tation is extended by Mr. Ken-
holz to the general public to visit
the market and avail themselves
of the fine quality meats and
poultry and the splendid service
that will be available. Souve-
nirs will be distributed and re-
freshments will be served.
The Sinai Kosher Products of
Chicago and the Real Kosher
Products (No. 999) of New York
will be featured- Free delivery
may be had by phoning 5-3992.
Mr Kenholz is no longer con-
nected with any other market on
Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Great interest was aroused
', when four Arab shieks joined
, the throngs In welcoming Chief
Rabbi Ben Zion Uziel of the Sep
hardic community to the town of
Nathanya. One of the Arab lead-
ers delivered an address of greet-
ings to the Chief Rabbi in which
1 he declared that the Arabs have
been praying for the restoration
I of peace.
Replying in Arabic, Chief Rab-
bi Uziel promised that he would
exert every effort to help main-
tain peaceful relations between
Jews and Arabs.
launched the funds campaign,
was the signal for excesses when
ifireatsV'lo contribute. Tt was
pointed out that the High Com-
missioner for Spanish Morocco,
ment its income and "to take up|M,ami Beach"
jy}W^inJ..0Ptipns i;?nm Palestine
of the White Paper, it was an-
nounced here this week by 1 ler.ry
miss.oner for Spanish roc", Monskv. President of B'nai B'rith.
Colonel Beighbed, contributed M.lr ev,,lir.n,l rh. In
Several Jewish youths have
been arrested as a result of the
incident-
$1,000 to the fund but that fol-
lowing a complaint by a repre-
sentative of the Jewish communi-
ty, the Commissioner ordered that
Jew- should not be forced to con-
tribute.
Mr. Monsky explained that in JEWISH ANNOUNCER
buying these Jewish Nati< nal AMn .K.R BnraTWl
NEW LAW WILL IMPROVE
POSITION OF ALIENS
SEEKING CITIZENSHIP
Fund notes, the B'nai B'rith was
manifesting once again it desire
to aid the Jewish National Fund
in what now is a very necessary
project, just as the B'nai B'rith
did previously .in 1930, manifest
its support of the J. N. F. pro-
gram through the pledge of $100.
nounced here this week by Henry
AND ARAB ENGINEER
DIE FROM EXPLOSION
Jerusalem. (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)May Weissenberg, the South
African Jewess who served as the
English announcer for the Jeru-
salem radio station and Adib
Mansur, Arab radio engineer,
succumbed to injuries which they
had suffered during a series of
------------ nail suiiereu during a -i i< s
000 subscription. B'nai B'riths is ,hl.ee explosions in the Palestine
the largest to date. Broadcasting Companies studios.
A Government communique de-
clared that the explosions had
I ei n caused by three time bombs.
Considerable damage to the new
Post Office Building,
New York, (WNS) Bo' h
Houses of Congress, prior to ad" I-----------------------------------
joumment, passed legislation TEL AVIV EXPLOSION
which is expected to improva FATAL TO YOUNG JEW
considerably the condition of im-| ----------
migrants who entered the United Tel Aviv, (WNS-Palcor Agen- u'""",a
States before July 1, 1924, but cy(-As Arye Yitzchaki, 25 years where the broadcasting statu,.
who are unable to produce "rec- old. died from the wounds which housed, resulted tajhlkM
. i i l ._*<*..! ?!,,> Knmii ovnlos which rocked the structure and
rds of entry," without wh.ch nat-, he sustained ,n the bomb explos
utilization is impossible.
ture by President Roosevelt to
.-.. **j mm......... ~------------ covereu a cumpienrij ^iuiji(-v
become law, amends the Act of W01ksh0p for the manufacture of
March 2, 1929, under which im-
migrants without records of en-
try who entered the United States |
prior to June 3, 1921, were given
the opportunity to legalize their
status and extends the legaliza-
tion possibilities to immigrants
of this category who entered the
country prior to July 1. 1924, the
date when the present quota law-
went into effect-
The legislation has long been
advocated by public welfare and
immigrant aid bodies, including
HIAS. The measure aims partic-
ularly at solving a number of
"hardship cases," of men and wo-
men who cam to the United
States many years ago, married
and raised families but could not
legalize either status.
explosives in the room where the -.,,, a_
, ,,.j Pars. WNS) The Agence
explosion occurred. ,
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SON OF EDITOR SEES
NO ANTI-SEMITISM
ion in a house in the center of destroyed the interior of the three
, this all-Jewish city, the author!- >pr 0,d studlos-
The bill, now awaiting signa- y aesclosed that they had un- ______
covered a completely equipped APPROPRIATE $500.000
FOR PROPAGANDA
New York, (WNS)The Com-
mittee of Catholics to Fight An-
ti-Semitism has announced thi
formation of a branch of the com-
mittee in Chicago under the di-
rection of some 30 Catholic lead-
ers of that city. Its purpose is
In carry on the work of the na-
tional committee in New York,
whose program of activity con-
sists of a research bureau, infor-
mation service and education of
Catholics to combat bigotry and
anti-Semitism, and broadcasts,
speakers bureau and frequent is-
suances of literature.
Two radio programs are plan-
ned in Chicago, and arrangements
heve been made for the distribu-
tion of educational leaflets as
wt II as "The Voice," official or-
gan of the Committee, to all parts
of Chicago.
New York, (WNS)W. L.
White, son of William Allen
White, noted editor of F.mporia.
Kansas, writing in the New York
Post declared that he had found
no evidences of anti-Semitism in
the course of a 2-000 mile tour of
the midwest. "I haven't said
there is no anti-Semitism in this
country," the writer said, "but if
there were a rising tide some of
it would be trickling down the
upper Mississippi basin; a fe.v
drops would have spotted the high
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IN ROUND-TRIP
C0AGH FARES
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IN SEABOARD AIR CONDITION EI
RECLIN1NG-SEAT COACHES
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BUFFALO........28.46
TAMPA.........3.90
JACKSONVILLE......5.50
ATLANTA........10.40
CINCINNATI.......17.70
CHICAOO...... 23.20
NEW ORLEANS......14.75
Similar low fares to all points.
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939

THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
HOME CAMP
The enrollment in our Home
Camp is increasing daily- The
benefit that the children are de-
riving from it. spiritually, cul-
turally, and physically, is mar-
velous. The Camp will continue
until Friday, September 1st.
Dorothy Lightman is planning a
final rallydetails of which will
be described later in these col-.
umns.
There are still several under-
privileged children in this vicinity .
who need our Camp. We appeal
again to your kindenss and ask
that you make a child happy by i
creating a scholarship for him. I
Two dollars will pay a child's tui-(
tion for one week. Communicate
with Mr Maurice Grossman our
Executive Director.
---------Y---------
SENIOR DIVISIONMEN
ing program is wow being pre"
pared by Maurice Grossman, our
Executive Director.
---------Y---------
RAMBLINGS ROUND
THE "T"
RABBI TO SPEAK
AT CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs H. Spencer
Schwarzt are to be commended
for the fine reception at their
beautiful new home last Sunday
afternoon when the pidyon haben
of their newly born son, Douglas
Byron, was celebrated.
Our genial treasurer, Nat
Blumberg. won first prize at a
fishing party last Sunday after-
noon for catching the biggest (
fish. This story is true! !;
Milton Weiner won the 19th prize
for catching a------------! Bet-
ter luck to you next time Milton.
(We might add, there were 19
persons at the party).
NEWS FROM
J. W. V.
Convention Headquarters
A contest for the election of a
Queen of the Jewish War Veter-
ans National Convention was
started four weeks ago. Follow-
ing are the Contestants and their
sponsors:
Miss Adele Segal] of 631 N. E.
"iTth Street Miami, sponsored by
B'nai B'rith. Zionist District of
Greater Miami. Royal Palm Chap-
ter of the A. Z. A and the Young
.ludea Clubs, is leading with 16,-
300 votes.
Miss Harriette Tobin of 901
Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach,
sponsored by the Beth Jacob Con-
A conference on the Life Mem-
bers was held last Sunday after-
noon, August 6th on the beautiful
yacht of William Shayne, presi-
dent of the Board of Governors.
Many important matters wer^ |
discussed which will be taken up j
at subsequent meetings of the
Board of Directors for final ap-
proval. Watch these colmuns for,
details.
On Wednesday, August 16 the
"Y" will hold a Stag-Smoker
party for members and prospec-,
tive members only. There will
be professional boxing and wrest-
ling bouts and a diversified pro-|
gram of entertainment. Smokes |
free to those present.
Every member is requested to
come and bring a prospective
member with him. Surprises are
in store.
SENIOR DIVISION-
WOMEN
Our diamond-ball team is cer-
tainly doing wonders. The "Y"
has one of the finest teams in its
history. much can be expected
from this team under the able
leadership of our Dr. Barney
Weinkle, our manager.
Jack Apte and his "Bowling
Leaguers" are still packing 'em in
at the Miami Recreation Center
every Thursday night. Come
around and see 'em.
This Division is planning a
picnic to be held at the Holly-
wood swimming pool on Sunday
August 16th. This is a joint pic-
nic of the Boards of Directors of
the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. All
"Y" members are welcome. Cars
will leave the "Y" Sunday morn-
ing at 11:00 o'clock. Bring your
own lunch. A good time is prom-
ised to all those who attend
Phone the "Y" for further de-
tails.
The Junior Y. M. H. A. defeat-
ed Cunninghams in a Miami Field
league game with the score 5-4.
It was a ding-dong battle all the
way witn an o I*-" ...,
from behind in the eighth inning
to turn defeat into victory. Ber-
ger was the hitting star of the
game, smacking a triple with two
men on in the big eighth inning.
Good luck kids-
MAURICE GROSSMAN.
WANTED!
"Will pay $1.00 each for
copies of The Jewish Flori-
dian issue of November 19,
1937. Address
CHARLES LUBELSKT
Care P. O. Box 2973, Miami,
Florida
Sunday evening at 8:00 P. M.,
Rabbi Colman A- Zwitman of
Temple Israel will speak at the
Christian Advent Church, N*. W.
First Street between 22nd and
23rd Avenues, at the regular
church service. His address will
treat the theme "Paganism Trium-
phant: a Challenge to Christian-
ity"
ional Commander of the D. A. V.;
Lewis J. Murphy of South Bend.
Indiana, Ray Kelly, Corporation
Council of Detroit, Stephan Chad
wick, former Governors John W.
Martin. Doyle E. Carlton and Roy
Schroeder, State Administrator
W. P. A., and others.
The night of the Coronation
th four runners-up to the Queen
will be made ladies-in-waiting,
and will participate in all affairs
pertaining to the National Con-
vention.
It behooves each and every cit-
izen and businessman in Miami
SOCIETY
HOW THEY STAND
ADELE SEGALL ............................ 16,300
HARRIETTE TOBIN ........................ 7,700
BELLE TANNEN ........................... 4,900
ETHEL MINTZER ........................... 3,800
CHARLOTTE DREYFUS ................... 3,600
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR LATEST RESULTS
I
JUNIOR DIVISION
At the meeting held last Mon-
day night, Milton Friedman, past'
president of the "Y" gave a talk
on the World's Fair. On next
Monday night, August 14th, Mr. j
Arthur Griffith, associate editor
of the Miami Herald will deliver
a talk to this Division. Members
of every division are urged to be
present and hear Mr. Griffith as
be has a very interesting mes-
sage to deliver-
--------Y--------
SUB JUNIOR DIVISION
Under the guidance of Mrs.
Bea Dock, this group is rehears-
ing several plays to be presented
late in August. Watch these col-
umns for further details.
---------Y---------
Through the courtesy of Rabbi
Kellner the "Y" has been g:ven
an opportunity to broadcast a ra-
dio program on Sunday afternoon
August 20th at 3:00 o'clock over
Station WIOD A very interosl-
"Y" SPONSORS
JOINT PICNIC
In order to establish a more
friendly spirit among the mem-
bers of the respective boards of
the Y. M. H. A- and the Y. W.
H. A., and for the purpose of
nrornotin^ hnsnitalitv and good-
will among each other. Tne r. m
H. A. and the Y. W. H. A. will
hold a joint picnic at the Holly
wood Swimming Pool on Sunday
August 13th. Cars will meet at
the Y. M. H. A., at 11:00 o'clock.
Special features will be held.
RETURNS
TO CITY
Mrs. William Friedman return
ed to the city following a month's
vacation in New York City where
she visited relatives and friends
and also attended the World's.
Fair.
VACATION IN
MIAMI BEACH
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grer. of
Birmingham. Ala. are spending
their vacation in Miami Beach
and will return to their home
Thursday. Mr. Green is the
nephew of Mrs. William Fried-
man.
gregation, Miami Chapter of the, am| Miami Beach to ,en(, a of
Jewish CongToss and National ,hejr active and financial support
Convalescent Home, is second towards the success of the Con-
vention for the statistics given u>
by the Chamber of Commerce
with
7.700 votes.
Tannen of 927
Miss Belle
Fourth Street. Miami Beach J tllL I ul f" "^
sponsored by Senior and Junior! /i" T iJT
Council of Jewish Women, is1 **' $,0 J" J* Wh the
third with 4.900 votes. attendance expected to be seven
thousand, it means the expendi-
w.^xteM sfeT.-Wmrspon- tHf jUfcMyfel^ sored by the Y. M. H. A., Dade, summer months, and the benefit
County Business Men's Organiza-| wi" be felt by each nd everyone,
tion, Tri Beta Sororiety and the
Miami Chapter of A. Z. A., is
fourth with 3.800 votes.
An itinerary of convention
activities, in connection with this
Military Ball, will be given the
s Charlotte Dreyfus of 640 publio throuKh this newspa-
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, is
sponsored by the Civic League, is
fifth with 3,600 votes.
per at an early edition- Anyone
wishing any additional informa-
tion may call the chairman, Bar-
ney H. Kraft at 4-2581.
One of the outstanding -*ea
tures of the National Convent'on
of the Jewish War Veterans will
be the Parade which is to be heH
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OW prool hotel In *.
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radio, and V.nooan blind*. Evwy bed
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COCKTAIL LOUNGE ond
COFFEE SHOP
Ollter 1.1. Pew. Mol.l.
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Do You
Own
Your Home?
There never wn a better time
than new to build one
The Liberal Financing Through
Federal Housing:
Administration
Make* H Possible
dive me a call and I will aladly
help you to et the beet poe-
tble Information aa to Ita Dlan.
H. SIMONS
Cere Ackerman Ina. Agency
101S Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-S1B1
This week there is a bonus of i
5.000 votes to the contestant se-]
curing the highest number of
votes for the week. For the con-
testant securing second there will,
be a bonus of 2,500 votes. Forj 8t 7:0 P- M Thursday evenim.'.-
the candidate running third there' A"R"st 31st.
will be a bonus of 1,500 votes. 0ur Para(Jp Chairman Don j.,
The race is hotly contested at! ViKne has conferred with th-
this stage for the bonus of votes lpading Military men in this area
for this week, as each contestani am' ,n<" arrangements are rapidly
strives to hold the lead. Each '"''"* completed.
and every one of these candidates, Thus fap w have ,.;
are very attractive and talented from fourtw.n ^^ tQ jc|.
young women, and any organiza-| pate in this Para(,e These jn ,.
tion would be proud to have them ,Iition ^ ,)rum
as^the.r representat.ve for Q.,e,, ^ ^ ac(.ompany var.
Each ttobrt bought ent.tles the .^ p^ ^ "
buyer to one hundred votes for
whichever contestant he wishes to The route of the Parade will
tender them to. I"' a I.my Biscay ne Boulevard.
Tl; t, ... ., ... where a large reviewing stand
This Ball without doubt will go. wi be
down in Miami history as one of
the outstanding affairs of its kind The start of the Parade will b
ever conducted in this communi- J announced by aerial bombs.
ty. The following are a list of Major Close has agreed to be
notables who have had invitations Grand Marshall of the Parade,
extended, and in all probability, assisted by Captain Lincoln Brown
will attend the coronation of the Marshall of the First Division.
Captain Morris Bryan, Marshal
of the Second Division, and Cap
tain Thomas J. Kelly, Marshal!
of the Third Division.
All Veteran organizations of
Queen on the night of the ball:
Secretary of State Hull, Sena-
tor Alben Berkley, Senator Clauo*
Pepper, Senator Charles O- An-
drews, Congressman Pat Cannon,
Governor Fred P. Cone, General Dade and Broward counties
Frank T. Hines, head of the Vet- participating.
erans Administration; Assistant
Secretary of War, Lewis Johnson,
The people of Miami, as well
as the delegates attending th''
Rabbi Abbe Hillel Silver, Nat-: Con%-ention are in for a real treat
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti fUciriidlidim PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue 1^^ !" J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor 1 FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager red as second class matter July 4, li'30, at the Post Miami, Florida, under the Act oi March 3, 1879 Office at OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION R %  v M i n t h s FRIDAY. AUGUST 11, 1939 VOLUME 12—NUMBER 31 B'NAI B'RITH T TIPS (BY SIDNEY L SBGALL) Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) TRANSOCEANIC If you knew Vienna before its Nazification, don't return. |. That's the advice of experts who have revisited the lour reporter is happy to re-;,, ,. ... ,,„„ ,%  (,. %  'Itrmvn Danube tn\vie mlv in discover thai the exquisite \ tonturn to Miami and Sholem Lodge | • after a ten day business trip to lll s< restaurants haw deteriorated to BUeh an extent that their the "merry-go-round in Washing-cuisine is practically unrecognizable. Well-informed forton. Allow us to thank Brother ,,,_,,, correspondents insist that Edda Ciano, daughter of II Roth for •'pinch-hitting in |Dnce ,.„ u |,| make him rev ,. rse his anti-Jewish policy. She's writing of this column—and a snappy job it was, Burni'y. -BCongratulations are in the only living person who's not afraid of Mussolini. Over in London Nazi agents are photographing all Germans who go order to see Warner Brothers' "Confessions of a Nazi Spy" When longraiuuuions are in oruer 10 see carrier oruiurra < iniir.x-miis m a ->,i/-.i CIJIJ urn for the Committee on the sale of j nev return 1<> Germany they'll fiml nut that they've committickets to the coming J. W V. fpd R ^ riQm ( nin( .' MuHHolbii "ill never forgive Hitler for ('(invention Ball for doing fine APPEASEMENT FOR PALESTINE? The Mandates Commission of the League of Nations is scheduled to issue this week its report on Great Britain's new policy as ennunciated in the MacDonald White Paper. That the majority of the Mandates Commission is clearly opposed to the White Paper, is a matter of public knowledge. During the debate in the House of Commons last month, the Opposition challenged Colonial Secretary MacDonald to deny the fact that the Permanent Mandates Commission had ruled that the White Paper was an abrogation of the Mandate over Palestine entrusted to England. There have been repeated rumors and reports that the British Go vwnment is so fkmlv ^SPt^ i yU c ff^BM r i^nnig undue pressure upon the Council of the League of Nations to approve tho White Paper in spite of the negative view of the Mandates Commission. Such an action by the League Council would shatter all precedents, since the Mandates Commission is considered to be a body of experts whose reports and advice League Council has followed invariably without deviation or contradiction. There are some perennial optimists who say that the publication of the Mandates Commission report will give England a convenient opportunity to modify the provisions of the White Paper. However, those who have followed the tenor and direction of the Government's spokesmen in the House of Commons are compelled to reject any such vague hope. It now appears quite certain that the British Government is determined upon a policy of complete appeasement for the Arabs, even to the point of sacrificing Jewish rights, and particularly to cutting down Jewish immigration at a moment of severest crisis for Jewish people. It seems to us no mere coincidence that the British Government is seeking to promote experimental settlement in British Guiana at the very moment that it is firmly resolved to suspend all Jewish immigration to Palestine for a period of six months. England will no doubt wish to soften the blow, but only through trying to divert attention from Palestine. This week petitions were distributed asking the President of the United States to urge, at the forthcoming Refugee Conference to be held at the White House in September, that Palatine be recognised as a national home for the Jews and as a natural haven for Jewish refugees to the fullest extent of its economic absorptive capacity. It is important that American Jewry continue its efforts to impress upon Great Britain the necessity of Palestine for a large-scale solution of the Jewish refugee problem. work. In case you don't know the names of the Brothers on this committee, they a r e: Burnett Roth and Harold Turk, co-chairi men. Ely KatZ, Have Cohen. WalI ter Kovner, Marx Feinberg, Jo Berman and Harold Spaet. Th committee has been instrumental in holding the lead fo.B'r.ai j B'rith's candidate in th.race fo.Queen of the J. W. V. Convention, taking place at the end of this month. B'nai B'rith should always be in first plac !. officially congratulating him on his 56th birthday the other day. The Italian dictator has become so touchy about his Hge that liis birthday is no longer announced or celebrated n Italy. Germany's fishing Fleel is so constructed thai il can lie changed nvcmighl into nn adjuncl of the Nazi i we're told by Neil O'llara. our favorite columnist. HOME FRONT -BWe nominate the Herald-Tribune of Jacksonville, Florida, as the Number One anti-Semitic naoer in this country. ... Its I front page outdoes Coughlin and the rest of the baiters in its continue 1 ^7 stacks against "Jewish domination" of American life. to cooperate with the Ticket Sale That New York Daily Mirror editorial on Sir Victor Sassoon, Committee. Uphold the prestige who is reputed to be one of the controlling financiers of of Sholem Ixidge Shanghai, was full of nasty implications. One of them was B —~ the charge that the Sassoon fortune has been built up on the Sholeme Ixidge held another in-. %  J„I„„_:„_ f,.,, !" flor tercsting meeting-its regular opium trade-which is not true A delegation from Germonthlv business meeting—Tues-' many arrived here the other day on the S. S. Bremen, and imday night at the Elks Lodge \ mediately Proceeded to, Mexico^ tft a^^J^iafcmYSE'^ral notrs report'as chairman of the Hoover s Secret Service men are doing a swell job in A.-D. Committee, reflected timely %  .... m. &f ;*, and effective work being don e in rounding up Nazi spies in this country. ... The prosecution the community to alleviate adof Nazi spy cases has increased twentyfold during the last year, verse conditions and subversive activities fostered by un-American propaganda. -BTHIS AND THAT il rotrnlion of the todav'^ complex social structurethe youth confronted with man: fold problems of selecting a profession, business or trade. B The annual Florida State Convention' of B'nai B'rith Lodges Will be held at Jacksonville on September 3rd and 4th, Labor Day week-end. Sholem Lodge is ABRAHAM FRIEDLAND DEAD AT FORTY-SEVEN Cleveland, (WNS) — Abraham H. Friedland, president of the Ohio region of the Zionist Organ ization of America, died at his home here at the age of 47. He •was founder of the Jewish Youth League, a former president of the National Council of Jewish Education and superintendent of the Hebrew school system in Cleveland.. Born in Russia, Mr. Friedland came to America in his youth and was graduated from Columbia University. He moved to Cleveland from New York in 1920 and almost from that time had been one of the city's most prominent residents. He was a prolific writer, the The Vocational Guidance Com Those in the know insist thai Americas nl o. mi,,,,., a newly formed commitwfls „„„;,,,„.,, „, „ „,,„ ,.,„.,„ tec composed of Hrothers J. Bel• .,.,.. •* 1 1 i man and Jack Abbot,. Co-Chairhy co orations of the psychological effect it would haic o I men: Dr. Frank Coret, Fred K. Hitler. These same interpreters say that Danzig will he Shochet, Nathan Adelman, Isaac ,.,1;,.,, Dv the \azis on August 15th. • The story hereabouts Levin, Dr. Charles Werblow and ^ ^ '. f ,,.. M( .. ||w s Nl w York Journal-American fails to Sidney ... SRall houlddo some empathies with its current serialization of Bmil need, d work in the betternu'ii, of -""' • ,_,,. ,, •• :, the status of the Jewish youth in Ludwig's biography of Bndolf, called "Unler I nmasked, it win b,, sold to one of the other New York dailies. Zionist-Revisionists arrested by the British police in Palestine on various charges have found out that their best method of attracting attention nnd getting concessions is a hunger strike. it is true that if the British hadn't subjected eighty young Revisionists in a concent rat inn camp near Jerusalem to forcible feeding these boys would have starved to death. .... Ziot ists lire rather peeved at Vincent Sheean's new bonk. "\'"t ;;pe,;:ir,"o"hav;;'la;'ge''

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN D AGE FIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) "T 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Kabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 21473 Home Phone 2-2176 spend another 0,000,000 francs on + 8,000 refugees." On the Belgian-German border "heartbreaking scenes are tak-' ing place daily," the Journal :30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday morning at 8:30. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—9:00 a m., to 12:00. The interior of the synagogue, the pulpit, and the Holy Ark have I', en refurnished under Mr. Kaplan's direction. New. soft-cushthe ORGANIZATIONS Our Boy Scout Troop meets evSYNAGOGUAL RENOVATION A It will 11' in readiness for High Duly Days services, more detailed explanation of the .•••**** ** newly redecorated synagogue and The very expansive program of the High Holy Dayservices will construction in the synagogue he made shortly. Berlin. (WNS)— The appointment of Chief Rabbi Leo Baeek as pr sident of the Reich-vereinigung. set up by the German Government to speed emigration of Jews from th,' Reich, was an nounced here. The all-inclusive Jewish organization' will be man,.,.y Tuesday evening at 8:00. aged by Dr. otto Hirsch, chairTh( Miami Beach A. Z. A man and director of an earlier m eets at our synagogue every representative German Jewish Monday evening at 7::so P. M. ioned chairs are being installed body. throughout the entire synagogue. Budapest, iWNSlTh tice Ministry has taken %  deration a draft of i % %  tions designed to speed Hungary's drastic anti-Jewish law which provides for restriction of Jews sored by the New York Jewish Morning Journal. The petition reads: "We, the undersigned, regarding it as inconceivable that Palestine should fail to receive prime consideration as a place of refuge for persecuted Jews. r spectfully urge that at the forth coming conference on the refugee problems that you have called for September, you submit that Palestine—recognised by fifty-two nations, including the ('• ited Jews—is a natural haven for States, aa National Home for The Council of Jewish JuniorJewish refugee to the fullest meets every oth r Tuesday night • %  nt of i:economic al Jusat 8:30 P. M.. at our synagogue. unil r PETITION BEING SIGNED World "Wide News Flashes in the country's economic, political an.I cultural life. The draft habeen approved by the Cabinet. Kaunas, (WNS) The German Government, in a special note to the Lithuanian Government, delated it will permit Meme| r-'fuS( pt) n ir..Mi„ Washington. Our Synagogue has been a tive in obtaining signers to a petition to our President of the United States urging that Palestine be considered a natural haven for refugees at the Refugee Committee Convention' to be held this London, (WNS)—According to London, (WNS)—It was regees to return to supervise liqui\v e are proud of being the first reports from Prague nearly 200 ported that Baron Louis de Rothdation of their property without capacity." Hundreds of signature: ha' e been obtained in the Greater Miami area through the efforts of the Beth Jacob Congregation, and in particular, Rabbi M. Mescheloff and Mr. N Reinhardt. This petition can be signed any week day at the Beth Jacib Synagogue. or can be sent directly to the Jewish Morning Journal. 77 Bowery. New York City, with signature and address. Jewish students in Bohemia-Mo schild is preparing to settle in ravia and CarpathoRussia have London following his recovery in ^We i Hr^ -iiVe -^h i e "s.a"e f Mk;' ,, Wiv Rhlfa oV'.he^hesTapo'tn'V.enna'' 1 report stated, have registered for j the Hebrew University in JeruBucharest, (WNS)—Twenty salem; 40 for the Hebrew Techeight delegates will be si nt by nical Institute at Haifa; Id for Roumanian Zionists to attend the the new Bazalel Art School and World Zionist Congress which 28 to the Hauser Conservatory. convenes at Geneva On August Hi according to information received here. Nine delegates are from the oiil Kingdom, seven from Bessarabia, eight from Transylvania and four from Bukovina. interference, according to an announcement which said that this j • .-• _J — *-*t"rms of the German-Lithuanian trade agreement. I Joahnnesburg, (WNS)— Fire arms and ammunition smuggled into South Africa by Nazi agentare cause for grave concern her 1 and authorities are engaged in an intensive investigation into Nazi espionage and propaganda activities. STOP THAT ROOF LEAK! OUR WORK GUARANTEED NO EXTRA COST Been at it Since 1019—AH Types Root No OrrleToo Smoll or L.irfle ROBBINS ROOFING and SHEET METAL WORKS 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 Jerusalem, (WNS) -Representatives of the Government, the Jewish Agency for Palestine, the Palestin Federation of Labor and others attended the launching of the "Chaini Arlosoroff," newtraining ship for Jewish sailors. Geneva, (WNS)The World Mizrachi Organization, religious Zionist body, opened a five day conferen e here this week (Wednesday), aa preliminary to the 21st biennial World Zionist Congress which opens August 16th. DELIGHTFUL VACATION VISIT THE HOROWITZ KOSHER INN 331 First Avenue West ] HENDERSONVILLE, N. C j Running Water in Every i; : Connecting Baths fig -a-e-rl ,REV. J. MALEK Experienced MQ HEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. WKith Ave. t l t I l i l t t t t t /-yO/ CONDIT!OH€D Amsterdam. WNSi Former Senator S. Van den Hugh was re-elected the Netherlands reprethe Council of the efySa G OOT> *St£JvVV "* Both! The vessel is named for the Palsentative to csti,*e labor loader who was assJewish Agency for Palestine. assinated six years ago. j which is to meet in Geneva at the Meanwhile. Jewish sport boats end of August, on the River Yarkon are not per-1 —~ itted to go out to sea without; Brussels. (WNS -Antwerp. precaution liberal newspaper. Flandre, si 'ii a police permit, a which the authorities have taken to prevent boats from helping illegal immigrants enter the country. Jerusalem, (WNS)-Two Jewish brothers, Reuben and Zvi Friedman, were injured when a car in which they were riding struck a landmine near Haifa. Reuben was seriously injured, while Zvi escaped with slight wounds. London, (WNS)—Reports appearing in the French press regarding th* possibility that Britain; would send a Royal commission to Palestine to study the economic consequences of her new policy for the Holy I-and were emphatically denied by the Colonial Office. |y criticized the Belgian Government's decision to deport 3,000 refugees who entered Belgium after April 30. The paper declared that "Belgium will not become bankrupt if she decides to ZISSEN'S of Akron, Ohio are now located at PAPA JOE'S 1749 N. Miami Avenue BEER WHISKEY WINE S?, ,1 _, e1 1 1 / r WCr SWWH *a JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Conveniently located in the downtown binmtii, shopping and theater dutrict. Everyfoom an outside room (no court) with private bath, circulating; ice water, tadio, Ian and bed teedinj lamp. Sliitei ol parlor, bedroom and bath. Supc'ior cuialnt and service i The Patio Grill and The Rendetvous. Our Lobby, Dinine Room, Leunec, Beauty Parlor. Barber Shop end all public rooms are completely air conditioned. More iheri had ol our GMII Roomi are individually air con. ditioncd—no re.circulation ol air Iroro one juest room to onother. This modem, hospital-approved system < %  an eicluiivo leature ol The Roosevelt. Drivo your automobile into the Hotel Roosevelt Garaje, which directly connected with our Lobbyjrryv• Ovttioc oems N 1 Circulating Ice Wet Tat end Sr.oer In [erj Room £ UP A Robert R. Meyer Hotel Dr. Miles Nervine fLiquid or Effervescent Tablets) Soothes irritated nerves, permits refreshing sleep, helps you to "get hold of yourself." N EARLY everyone is nervous these days. Financial worr.es. street and home noises, late hours nerd work and exoting recreation put a strain on th^nervous system that brings on Sleeplessness, Nervous Headache, Nervous Indigestion. Restlessness, IrritabiliVy An attack of nerves may make you lose friends DR. MILES NERVINE has been soothing the nerves 1 for nearly 60 years. 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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939 ^T SOCIETY VISIT IN MIAMI .Mrs. X. Schwartz accompanied by her daughter, are visiting in' Miami Beach as the house guests of her sister and brother-in-law. Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff.' • • ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement of Miss Doroj thy Roth, daughter of Mr and; Mrs. Louis R. Roth of 1776 S. W.| 23rd Terrace, to Samuel Tenenbaum of Birmingham, Ala., is being announced by her parents. The marriage will be an event of September 23rd at the Columbus Hotel. • • LEAVE ON VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher and family left Sunday for New York %  they will visit. They will return to the city September 15. MR. HARRY GORDON Mr. Harry Gordon, prominent Miami attorney, has been informed, from Tallahassee, that he has been appointed Lieutenant Colonel on the staff of Governor Fred P. Cone. Mr. Gordon came to Miami in 11120, and has practiced law here since ;;''-'.!. He has been active in local circles, having been vicepresident of Beth David SynaLtrue, and director and officer in numerous Jewish organizations, AGAINST NAZI AGITATION IN FRANCE WEDDING HELD The marriagrt Miss Miriam TW0 NEW DECREES dman %  Mr. Frank Stewart took place at the home of the groom Thursday evening with Moses Mescheloff offiii:: ir.g. A reception followed the : Mj-.y The couple, formrly f New York, will make their Permanent home on Miami Reach. RETURNS TO MIAMI Mr. Sidney L Segall returned to the city last week from a trip to Washington, D. C. • • • YOUNG JUDAEA ANNOUNCES PLANS newly formed Benj. M. Cardoza Young Judaean Club. Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld, president of Jur.ior Hadassah. and the Misses pan j a Harriet Damenstein and Ida Smith were guests of honor and gave brief addresses. Paris. IVYNSI — Anti-Semitic and anti-French propaganda was expected to he further curtailed with the issuance of two new deI rees by the French Cabinet which pressed its campaign against Hitlerite agitation. One decree makes it obligatory for printers to show the source of all printed matter intended for distribution in public places. The second decree extends to the controlling import of foreign press matter, which is aimed against Fascist and Nazi propa Evidence of Nazi propaganda said to involve the possibility of kurque, a military port on the English Channel. According to Le Petit Parisien, the investigation in Dunkurque began when the local postmaster called in authorities to check on hundreds of letters from Germany, addressed to a Dunkurque inhabitant with pro Nazi inclinations. The authorities found, on opening some of the letters, that they held a clue to part of the Nazi propaganda setup in FranceThe su pect, the addresses of the hundreds of letters, was said to have worked in Havre. Brest and Dunkurque, all important French military ports. Another propaganda expeaier.cy was seen in the appearance of elaborate posters on all main streets, subways and public places in Paris, picturing the Reich I as a land of joy and beauty. In" 1 dignant Frenchmen tore down many of the placards and smear ed others with anti-Nazi slogans. Last week a "popular edition" of the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" appeared in Pari: The | volume, which i* prohibited under the anti-racial law. ha 1 several times previously beti i i vu lated in France, but the • %  one, entitled "Peril Juiv : Fi wi.-h Peril), intended for ma %  % %  i ; 'culation, was delivered at the doors of booksellers during the night, anonymously and gratis. The Government's drive again't racial incitement brought ab ivt the arr"st of Francois Etienne, director of the news sheet. Pays Libre, ami his subsequent imprisonment for distributing anti-Semiticpamphlets in the street". Ktin'nne, leader of an extreme Facist group, said he was not the author of the pamphlet but had been forced to circulate th?m by order of his party. Newspaper* W lu fl nkf i r nfnVlM -nMtttfc sons. A party of Englishmen, handed copies of the newspaper, walked out of a Paris cafe after denouncing such "stupid lies." propaganda as POPE PIUS EXPRESSES SYMPATHY IN TALK WITH OUSTED RECTOR Rome. (WNS)—The day befor. his departure for Castle Gandolfo Pope Pius had a long private audience with Professor Giorgie del Vecchio. former rector of Row University, ousted because he was a Jew. It was understood that during the conversation the Pontiff showed keen interest in the anti-Semitic problem on wh'ch he asked for detailed information. The dismissal, he said, followed Hochdorf's refusal to take a r duction in salary, a measure resorted to by the company f n economic reasons. According to Mazzilini, fifteen of the thirty four local employees are Jew,not a single Jew has been missed either by Italian ates or firms in Palestine. ITALIAN LINE DISMISSES JEWISH MANAGER Jerusalem. WNS)A denial that Arthur Hochdorf had been dismissed as Palestine manager of the Italian Adriatica Line b< cause of ra< ial reasons was mad • public this week by Count Maizilini, Italian Consul G< KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE j and j I OILS i ACME TIRES j CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS I i i ORANGE STATE j OIL CO. j I Distributors i I i NAZI PROPAGANDA PERSISTS IN PARIS CAFES Miss Damenstein and Miss espionage, which is a capital Smith are the sponsors for this crime under a recent law, were newly appointed group. Plans for disclosed in France with the arthe cultural program were anrest of four Frenchmen in Dutinounced with Harold Shapiro as rraan; Isidore Ratthaus, mast> r of ceremonies and the Misses Smith and Damenstein assisting. The program will be held Sunday, August 20th at 8:00 P. M.. at the Y. M. H. A. club rooms, 1667 S. \V. Fifth Street. Speak• • for the evening will be Rabbi Max Shapiro, Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld and Harold Shapiro. < .ntor Louis (layman Will render cal selections, and there will be piano selections in addition to a short skit entitled "Long Distance." Refreshments will be served. The public is invited. Despite decrees issued by "i. French Government to counteract anti-Jewish propaganda, however, literature of anti-Semi'. nature, apparently disseminated by Fas cists, were being handed out openly in Paris cafes. 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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. 1339 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 dady at 7:30, P. M. Mincha services Friday at 0:30 j P. M. Kaholas Shabbos at 6:45 P. M.I 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 Sudai at 6:45 PM. Maariv lervid OH Saturday at 7:35 P. M. the picnic committee will be rendered. Plans will be adopted for the Fall meetings arid it is urgent epa j history, that the membership come and attend this important meetting. We take this humble means to thank, in the name of the Auxiliary all of our good friends whoso contributions and loyal w o r k made the success of the affair possible. BOARD MEETING • !••*• ** A most important meeting of the Board of Directors will !>-• held in the vestry rooms of .the Synagogue on Tuesday night. August 18th at 8:10 P. M. Due to the urgency of the business a' hand it is requested that mem hers of the Board be prompt in their attendanceRABBI JOINS U. OF M. FACULTV A Message from the Miami Section After a com^n of one .a, National Council of Jewish Women instruction at Miami University, (BY MRS BENJAMIN LE VINE, President) Rabbi Max Shapiro has been "sk-j ^^^^ -^^ ____^^.^ _^<^_^^ ed to serve as a permanent mem-, ber of the fculty of that instituw< i .. ll Btten tion to the out The committee m chare tion. He will present a similar gtam jj n g summer dance which f 0 H O ws Mesdames Ralph N I course on the subject the "Legacy M| inlj Section, National Council jr| rv stone. Abe Rubin, Sai or Contributions of Hebraic Civ|f j ewi8n Women are going to nHr s j Basker, Julius I ilization" It will be an accredith ](i \ V ,.,|„. sday evening, August st ,.j n> M on te Selig. Lewis 1: ed course and the requirement for 1|;|h ;i) t|u n ,, w | H au tiful reinodM aur j c I)uble r ami Herbert l\ the student registering will 1"' 1(( g oya ] p a lm Club, both in Feibelman, or by telephoning one year's college course in gcir ^ lv ,. w i iam | 10 „ Room and the c ounc j| office at 3-6555 arc enlarged auditorium where a regl0 supply you with ticket-. and • LADIES AUXILIARY •••••••• •• The last of a series of summer meetings will be held on Tuesday night, August 15th in the Synagogue. Mrs. George Chertkof, first vice president of the Auxiliary will preside and a report of month. ular "Winter Show f Musi, Darning" will be shown. We again >al! upon the community to assist us by attending this dance where only fifty cuts per person admission will be charged. These funds will aid us in carrying on all bran, his of work that the Council program carries. We promise each and eve a most enjoyable evening. chance to renew acqua with those who have just r< I to Miami after a sumnu >i tion. We need your as-:-awaken Miami Jewry and Miami Section in the woi are endeavoring to carry f I to value, on which diffei no • %  itor %  > the Palestine I' opinion may often prevail. The signed his name in thwill presi fthe National Fund Visitor's B fi 1.1 which should mHebrew. Friends of J mandini ..! asseni from unFelix Frankfurter who ha\ pi tudentj of history, the experience of greeting Some thought w .: be given to the ,, n the street and receh %  g oi Contributions "f the : mizzled look in return Aces. ;,i:n that the ,„ a y they oursi will go the whole |, r ,,i,ably was Senator Ti ON VACATION ua> with the scientific spirit. Missouri, who is a dead The course, the Legacy of the making no qualifications and for the Justice. Sgmund I Hebraic civilization deals with tha holding hack nothing, only guidfather of Psychoanalysis. :contribution that has come to the ed by an intense moral earnestsicker than his family Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner left on sun) of humM thought from Jun ess and abov. all by a deep ll|mit Aml di( you kmnv a brief vacation trip and will return to the city at the end of the daisni. It is not in any sense elsense of reverence for true, histher a history of the Jewish peoton,:,! facts, pie or an exposition of Judaism. STRICTLY (Continued from Page Three) EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT The course is concerned with R oden) >tar lf th( refuse revue iness? these topics only in so far as dis From Vienna" She refused •union of them may be necessary „ $6ooa -week salarv from pro: the Marx Brothers have a bl by the name of Gummo w not connected with the showgram's forthcoming feature based on the story of Rip Van Winkle at Andron's Mountain House, Hains Falls, New York. ... It seems a nest of eagles quartered on th:side of the historic mountain refused to let the cameramen be lowered past a certain po nt. Bribes of Andron's best herring did th trick. • The family of Elmer Rice, the playwright, was very worrk/I the other day when Elmer, flying back from Europe on the Clipper, got stuck in the Azores because repairs were needed—by the Clipper, not Elmer. John Garfield. who if handled right will become the only serious rival of Muni in the movies, is sick of Hollywood and is going to play on Broadway in a drama of his own writing. • Baruch I.umet, Yiddish actor and father of Sidney Lumet, Max Reinhardt.'s favorite, American child actor, has sold a play to .for the clear setting forth of the du ,..,. i )w j Bnt Wiman, who tried .1, >Vi^ter Winchell tells this to -1 proper theme of the course It u ,. l u) t u r u play he | eading relay to you in full. During and the Legacy of Rome. Married anAngel" %  Ilia says the General Moseley comic operaSome of the subjects to be dis(hat ghe ,,| s(i(k wj)h (h( i ()0p ,.,.. tics, says W. W„ it was revealed ( cussed in this course demand not !lt j v ,. .. (st ||f tnp re f u „ e show. that his hosts in Jamaica, N. Y., only statements of fact, on whieh p.,| W ard G. Robinson, a recent viswere Mr. antd Mrs. Rudyard Uzcommon agreement should be atzell. • At their home, it was altainable. hut also judgments as leged. Nazis gathered secretly. etc. Well, read this and groan: In 1930 a lad named Rudyard B. Uzzcll won the Pulitzer Scholarship and receive*! $1,000 while he attended the U. of Pen. The student's parents were and are fairly well-to-do They allowed the boy to accept the scholarship when' he really didn't nend it. thus probably de pricing a poor boy who did. But get thiirony: The Uzzells are named as being friendly to Nazis, but the coin which helped to finance their son's education came from the scholarship donated by Joseph Pulitzer. Jewish founder of the N. Y. World. • Howell's Restaurant i "When Better .•trrtr'o,gtr* r -"*^ **' | are Served for Our Prices'' We Will Serve Them. | NOW LOCATED AT j 1047 N. E. 1st Ave.—2-895.5 | why the New York Jewish Daily Forward ever published the Yiddish original of this hook is that it considered the treatment the 1 main character :n th %  nov 1 -as too "goyish" To Maurice Samuel should go a big slice of the cr dit for his mat translation Orchids to Ilia MAMMOTH FOOD STORES^ Over 3.000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Biscn.yne Blvd.—1453 S. W. 8th Street "WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE'' ABOUT PEOPLE Congratulations to Shalom Asch, whose forthcoming historical novel has been selected as George Abbot. Of course there the November choice of the Book:s a big part in it for Sidney. of-theMonth Club. The reason "Florida's Largest Tire Brokers" SAVE 60 PERCENT ON TIRES UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE GRENTNER BROS. oi s. w. 8th St. OPEN EVENINGS PHONE 3-4050 GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION w r totet ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM III. 5-lol2 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE 563 COLLINS AVENUE YOUNG RABBI 37 years old. married, two chil: divn. well versed in Yiddish and English: Excellent Chazan, < Organizer. Wonderful speaker, Hebrew & i Sunday School teacher; Shoched for chickens; reader of Torah, wish s a permanent position in j the South; willing to come for a trial. Answer THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami Florida. KOSHER ZIONI SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th 8t. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. 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%  %  PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) HOME CAMP The enrollment in our Home Camp is increasing dailyThe benefit that the children are deriving from it. spiritually, culturally, and physically, is marvelous. The Camp will continue until Friday, September 1st. Dorothy Lightman is planning a final rally—details of which will be described later in these col-. umns. There are still several underprivileged children in this vicinity who need our Camp. We appeal again to your kindenss and ask that you make a child happy by i creating a scholarship for him. I Two dollars will pay a child's tui( tion for one week. Communicate with Mr Maurice Grossman our Executive Director. Y SENIOR DIVISION—MEN ing program is wow being pre" pared by Maurice Grossman, our Executive Director. Y RAMBLINGS ROUND THE "T" RABBI TO SPEAK AT CHURCH Mr. and Mrs H. Spencer Schwarzt are to be commended for the fine reception at their beautiful new home last Sunday afternoon when the pidyon haben of their newly born son, Douglas Byron, was celebrated. Our genial treasurer, Nat Blumberg. won first prize at a fishing party last Sunday afternoon for catching the biggest ( fish. This story is true! !—; Milton Weiner won the 19th prize for catching a Better luck to you next time Milton. (We might add, there were 19 persons at the party). NEWS FROM %  J. W. V. Convention Headquarters A contest for the election of a Queen of the Jewish War Veterans National Convention was started four weeks ago. Following are the Contestants and their sponsors: Miss Adele Segal] of 631 N. E. "iTth Street Miami, sponsored by B'nai B'rith. Zionist District of Greater Miami. Royal Palm Chapter of the A. Z. A and the Young .ludea Clubs, is leading with 16,300 votes. Miss Harriette Tobin of 901 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, sponsored by the Beth Jacob ConA conference on the Life Members was held last Sunday afternoon, August 6th on the beautiful yacht of William Shayne, president of the Board of Governors. Many important matters wer^ | discussed which will be taken up j at subsequent meetings of the Board of Directors for final approval. Watch these colmuns for, details. On Wednesday, August 16 the "Y" will hold a Stag-Smoker party for members and prospec-, tive members only. There will be professional boxing and wrestling bouts and a diversified pro-| gram of entertainment. Smokes | free to those present. Every member is requested to come and bring a prospective member with him. Surprises are in store. SENIOR DIVISIONWOMEN Our diamond-ball team is certainly doing wonders. The "Y" has one of the finest teams in its history. much can be expected from this team under the able leadership of our Dr. Barney Weinkle, our manager. Jack Apte and his "Bowling Leaguers" are still packing 'em in at the Miami Recreation Center every Thursday night. Come around and see 'em. This Division is planning a picnic to be held at the Hollywood swimming pool on Sunday August 16th. This is a joint picnic of the Boards of Directors of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. All "Y" members are welcome. Cars will leave the "Y" Sunday morning at 11:00 o'clock. Bring your own lunch. A good time is promised to all those who attend Phone the "Y" for further details. The Junior Y. M. H. A. defeated Cunninghams in a Miami Field league game with the score 5-4. It was a ding-dong battle all the way witn an o I*-" —...—, from behind in the eighth inning to turn defeat into victory. Berger was the hitting star of the game, smacking a triple with two men on in the big eighth inning. Good luck kids—MAURICE GROSSMAN. WANTED! "Will pay $1.00 each for copies of The Jewish Floridian issue of November 19, 1937. Address CHARLES LUBELSKT Care P. O. Box 2973, Miami, Florida Sunday evening at 8:00 P. M., Rabbi Colman AZwitman of Temple Israel will speak at the Christian Advent Church, N*. W. First Street between 22nd and 23rd Avenues, at the regular church service. His address will treat the theme "Paganism Triumphant: a Challenge to Christianity" ional Commander of the D. A. V.; Lewis J. Murphy of South Bend. Indiana, Ray Kelly, Corporation Council of Detroit, Stephan Chad wick, former Governors John W. Martin. Doyle E. Carlton and Roy Schroeder, State Administrator W. P. A., and others. The night of the Coronation th four runners-up to the Queen will be made ladies-in-waiting, and will participate in all affairs pertaining to the National Convention. It behooves each and every citizen and businessman in Miami SOCIETY HOW THEY STAND ADELE SEGALL 16,300 HARRIETTE TOBIN 7,700 BELLE TANNEN 4,900 ETHEL MINTZER 3,800 CHARLOTTE DREYFUS 3,600 WATCH THIS SPACE FOR LATEST RESULTS I JUNIOR DIVISION At the meeting held last Monday night, Milton Friedman, past' president of the "Y" gave a talk on the World's Fair. On next Monday night, August 14th, Mr. j Arthur Griffith, associate editor of the Miami Herald will deliver a talk to this Division. Members of every division are urged to be present and hear Mr. Griffith as be has a very interesting message to deliverY SUB JUNIOR DIVISION Under the guidance of Mrs. Bea Dock, this group is rehearsing several plays to be presented late in August. Watch these columns for further details. Y Through the courtesy of Rabbi Kellner the "Y" has been g : ven an opportunity to broadcast a radio program on Sunday afternoon August 20th at 3:00 o'clock over Station WIOD A very interosl"Y" SPONSORS JOINT PICNIC In order to establish a more friendly spirit among the members of the respective boards of the Y. M. H. Aand the Y. W. H. A., and for the purpose of nrornotin^ hnsnitalitv and goodwill among each other. Tne r. m H. A. and the Y. W. H. A. will hold a joint picnic at the Holly wood Swimming Pool on Sunday August 13th. Cars will meet at the Y. M. H. A., at 11:00 o'clock. Special features will be held. RETURNS TO CITY Mrs. William Friedman return ed to the city following a month's vacation in New York City where she visited relatives and friends and also attended the World's. Fair. VACATION IN MIAMI BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grer. of Birmingham. Ala. are spending their vacation in Miami Beach and will return to their home Thursday. Mr. Green is the nephew of Mrs. William Friedman. gregation, Miami Chapter of the, am | Miami Beach to en( a „ of Jewish CongToss and National ,hej r active and financial support Convalescent Home, is second towards the success of the Convention for the statistics given u> by the Chamber of Commerce with 7.700 votes. Tannen of 927 Miss Belle Fourth Street. Miami Beach J tllL I ul f" "^ sponsored by Senior and Junior! !" /i" !" T iJT Council of Jewish Women, is 1 **' $, 0 J" J* W„h the third with 4.900 votes. attendance expected to be seven thousand, it means the expendiw.^xteM sfeT.-WmrspontHf jU fcM yfel^


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<#*Jewish floiridliaim CoMamNG Y/he Jtewiislh HJinulty // VOL. 12.—NO. 31. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939 PRICE TEN CENTS REFUGEE PROBLEMS INCREASING. HAVENS-SOLUTiONS OFFERED. SOUGHT Czech Conditions Reported Intolerable IC Brussels, (WNS)—An Antwerp i %  :: this week denied the prosecuti r an order to arrest five Austiiar, Jews who had entered the country illegally. The denial of thorder by the lower court was upheld by the Court of Appeals Although the prosecutor's warran: of arrest had alleged that there was danger of the refugees evading legal proceedings since they had no permanent residence in Iiabor Committee. It was significant that Zionists am n'>nZionists, for the first time, worked together to give strength to their combined demand that Jews be given refmr in~.P.l>' we-.-,>J that such declaration did not represent any concession to Zionist ideology informed sources said that such a meeting augured further cooperation on other issn"*The importance of such cooperation was stressed by many speakers who pointed out that a meeting of representatives holding widely divergent views was truly an historic occasion, and that only the vital issues such as were under consideration could have brought together members of organizations whose opinions were so completely at variance. The declaration adopted by the delegates condemns Britain's decree banning Jewish immigration into Palestine for a six month's period beginning October 1; pays tribute to the Palestine Jewish community for its wtllingnets to absorb refugees; voices appreciation to British labor and the international labor movement for fighting the decree; urges that the forthcoming Intergovernmental Refugee Committee conference, to be held at the White House on the initiative of Pi-fsi dent Roosevelt, protest against the measure and finally declares that: "We pledge all our effort.'' to aid in the fight for free Jewish immigration into Palestine and we shall not give up the struggle until the goal is attained." fruits, rubber, vegetables and other crops which would not compete with Filipino agricultural projects such as hemp and coconuts. Canaberra. Australia, (WNS) — Jewish immigrants, principally from Germany, increased the number of Jewish settlers here from 570 to 4,638 chiefly owing to the Commonwealth's agreement to admit 15,000 refugees by 1941. Toronto. (WNS) — Subversive agitation by Fascist groups in Canada and the fomenting of a pogrom spirit in Ste. Agathe des monts, Quebec, a summer resort, produced alarming threats to the peace of residents here last week. In the village of Ste. Agathe there appeared anti-Jewish posters calling on French-Canadians to "oust the Jews," and ather Charland, the Ste. Agathe des monts village priest, in a sermon urged his congregation to take measures to keep the village "French-Canadian." One Jewish lawyer is reported to have been arrested for "obstructing the side walk." Mayor Forget has organized a citizens' committee which pointedly excludes any JewishCanadian residents hut which he declares will investigate. -.. ianwi ETVTOI ocutia. scurrilous leaflets have been distributed by a group called "The De' fenders," urging a boycott of Jewish merchants and "Red Communist Jews." In Toronto a leaflet headed "Trade With Gentiles" is being circulated, calling upon Canadians "to free themselves from the stranglehold of financial leeches." and demanding a stop to entrance of Jewish refugeesIt denounces the anti-Fascist boycott as a "Jewish trick." In Kingston, Ontario, a similar campaign i s being conducted against Jewish-Canadian citizens. St. Agathe des Monts. Quebec. (WNS)—Miss Mina Weinstein, of Montreal, was hurt here when a 17-year-old French-Canadian, driving a milk wagon, charged] his horse into a group of Jewish women, and an 11-year-old boy | riding with him slashed her shoul] der with a whip. This was the first instance of violence reported since the posting of anti-Jewish placards last week-end in the I^aurentian resort village. Montreal. (WNS)—As a result of press reports publicizing antiJewish activities in various provinces of Canada and particularly in the summer resort of Ste. Agathe des Monts in the Laurentians, Colonel P. A. Piuze, Quebec Provincial Police Commissioner, said that he had visited Ste. Agatha and various other places in the Laurentians, traveling 380 miles, to investigate the situation and take all measures to prevent the occurrence of any violence or breaches of law and order Denying the existence of a "serious situation," he declared that "there I is absol|Uly |no causfc whatsoever for alarm or fear of violence or disturbance." Streicher Reported To Be Seriously 111 London, (WNS)—"The Leader," a London weekly, reported this week that Julius Streicher. violent anti-Semite and German high-priest of anti-Semitism in Nuremberg, is seriously ill and has undergone five operations. News of his illness is censored in Germany. JEM AGENCY COMPLETES PLAN P a it i s r (WNS)—The Jewish Agency for Palestine has completed a plan based on the British Government's recently announced White Paper policy, to raise *1"),000.000 for admisjewish refugees, "as soon as the High Commissioner is satisf %  i that adequate provision for their maintenance is insured." It is expected that Palestine will be in a position to absorb about 35,000 victims of the Hitler regime in less than two years, and that 10.000 would immigrate either with their own means or as dependents of residents of Palestine The largest part of the sum, or about $10.000.000. will materialize from American countries other than England. Under the plan of the Jewish Agency for Palestine it is suggested that provision be made for (a) 1,000 students, (b) 1,500 children between the ages of 12 and 15, (c) 4,500 young people between the ages of 15 and 17. (d) 3,000 middle-class families mainly of the ages of 30 to 45 comprising 8,000 souls, and (e) 10,000 Chalutzim between 18 and 35. To lassist rapid immigration of refugee camps will be provided for the temporary accommodation of about 8,000 people. If Palestine is to absorb a considerable number of refugees temporary encampment of those immigrants who will not be ready for absorption in settlements or towns immediately on j their arrival is essential. For the execution of this plan, which I will take at least two years, the sum of $150,000 will have" to be provided. This expenditure will include the provision of faciliI ties for the reception of immigrants, including injstructfyn., | supervision and social welfare. The entire plan calls for an ex" 1 penditure of over $15,000,000. The Jewish Agency will try to raise about one-third while the other two-thirds is expected to be contributed by private AngloAmerican sources. i | a**£i % % % % 



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN TEMPLE ISRAEL KENHOLZ OPENS NEW MARKET 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 61'96 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-B548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Kither or both Of the Rabbla will be In the Temple every m"rnlng. You may ootisult with thfm on matters concerninff the Jewis community, or your pctSOnal problem!. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to laY, each matter will be held in strict confidence. • CONGREGATIONAL •1)o nat withdraw thyself from the congregation"—Hillel Regular services will be held at the Temple this Friday evening:, July 21st at 8:15 P. M., and will Colman A. Zwitman on the Rabbinical Association program will speak on: .... But I Like Germans" The musical program will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. be rendered by Mary Hirtenstein Zwitman. I of the Temple Israel choir. Saul I. Kenholz has this week made the announcement of the opening of his new strictly kosheimeat, poultry and delicatessen market, to be known as Kerrholz's Strictly Kosher Meat, Poultry and D. licateessen Market, located at 1041 Washington Avenue, Miami Boa h. This market will be operated under Mr. Kenholz's personal supervision. This kosher market will be the first in the South to handle meats and meat products exclusively and will be equipped with the finest and most modern fixtures obtainable and when opened will be noted for its sanitary conditions as well as its quality merchandise. Mr. Kenholz has operated the kosher meat and poultry departments of several of Miami Beach's At 3:00 P. M, Sunday after-' K adin K markets for the past four <* c. 4-unnn PoKhi >' e ars and for more than thirtynoon over Station v\ IOL), KaoDi | RADIO PROGRAM the Arab newspaper Orient Arabe as saying that the German Nazi propaganda service has appropriated $500,000 to promote Nazi propaganda in Arab countries. Part of the Nazi plan, the dispatch said, is to sell radio sets below cost to enable the Arabs to hear broadcasts from stations of the Rome-Berlin axis. plains, and I found none.. WhiW compared New York "liberals" speak of rising anti-Semitism in America to a "man who, in x crowded theatre, rises to scream that all are in imminent peril." CHICAGO CATHOLICS TO FIGHT ANTI-SEMITISM ARAB SHIEKS WELCOME RABBI TO NATHANYA ATTEMPT TO FORCE JEWS B NAI B'RITH BUYS TO CONTRIBUTE TO FUND j J. N. F, NOTES TO AID IN LAND PURCHASES Tetuan, Spanish Morocco, (WNS)— Violence against the .lewflared up here following attempts by Palestine Arabs to coerce Jews into contributing to a fund being raised to help drivJ the Jews out of the Holy Land.' The collection, which started imWshington, (WNS)—Recognising the importance of even mote aggressive acquisition of land in Palestine because of the imminent threat of changed status, the Central Administrative Banl of B'nai B'rith has authorized the purchase of $25,000 worth of debenture notes of a $1,000,000 ismediately after a meeting of Pal! estine Arabs headed by the notor! ^ floated by the Jewjgh Nation ious agitator Abdel Khalakh. who ( Fund |fl ^ count to pupp i e one years has operated butcher stores in Brooklyn, N. Y., where he has obtained an enviable reputation for service, quality and adherence to dietary laws. The grand opening of the market will be held next Thursday, August 17th and a cordial invitation is extended by Mr. Kenholz to the general public to visit the market and avail themselves of the fine quality meats and poultry and the splendid service that will be available. Souvenirs will be distributed and refreshments will be served. The Sinai Kosher Products of Chicago and the Real Kosher Products (No. 999) of New York will be featuredFree delivery may be had by phoning 5-3992. Mr Kenholz is no longer connected with any other market on Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Great interest was aroused ', when four Arab shieks joined the throngs In welcoming Chief Rabbi Ben Zion Uziel of the Sep hardic community to the town of Nathanya. One of the Arab leaders delivered an address of greetings to the Chief Rabbi in which 1 he declared that the Arabs have been praying for the restoration I of peace. Replying in Arabic, Chief Rabbi Uziel promised that he would exert every effort to help maintain peaceful relations between Jews and Arabs. launched the funds campaign, was the signal for excesses when ifireatsV'lo contribute. Tt was pointed out that the High Commissioner for Spanish Morocco, ment its income and "to take up| M ,ami Beach jy}W^inJ..0Ptipns i;? n m Palestine of the White Paper, it was announced here this week by 1 ler.ry miss.oner for Spanish !" roc", Monskv Pres ident of B'nai B'rith. Colonel Beighbed, contributed M „„.lr„ ev,,lir.n,l rh„. In Several Jewish youths have been arrested as a result of the incident$1,000 to the fund but that following a complaint by a representative of the Jewish community, the Commissioner ordered that Jewshould not be forced to contribute. Mr. Monsky explained that in JEWISH ANNOUNCER buying these Jewish Nati< nal AMn K R BnraTWl NEW LAW WILL IMPROVE POSITION OF ALIENS SEEKING CITIZENSHIP Fund notes, the B'nai B'rith was manifesting once again it desire to aid the Jewish National Fund in what now is a very necessary project, just as the B'nai B'rith did previously .in 1930, manifest its support of the J. N. F. program through the pledge of $100. nounced here this week by Henry AND ARAB ENGINEER DIE FROM EXPLOSION Jerusalem. (WNS-Palcor Agency)—May Weissenberg, the South African Jewess who served as the English announcer for the Jerusalem radio station and Adib Mansur, Arab radio engineer, succumbed to injuries which they had suffered during a series of nail suiiereu during a -i i< s 000 subscription. B'nai B'riths is hl ee explosions in the Palestine the largest to date. Broadcasting Companies studios. A Government communique declared that the explosions had I ei n caused by three time bombs. Considerable damage to the new Post Office Building, New York, (WNS)— Bo' h Houses of Congress, prior to ad" I joumment, passed legislation TEL AVIV EXPLOSION which is expected to improva FATAL TO YOUNG JEW considerably the condition of im-| migrants who entered the United Tel Aviv, (WNS-Palcor Agenu '""" ,a States before July 1, 1924, but cy(-As Arye Yitzchaki, 25 years where the broadcasting statu,. who are unable to produce "recold. died from the wounds which housed, resulted tajhlkM • i i L ._*•<•*..! !„ &f !,,> Knmii ovnlos which rocked the structure and •rds of entry," without wh.ch nat-, he sustained ,n the bomb explos utilization is impossible. ture by President Roosevelt to .-.. **j mm —......... ~ covereu a cumpienrij ^iuiji(-v„ become law, amends the Act of W01 k s h 0 p for the manufacture of March 2, 1929, under which immigrants without records of entry who entered the United States | prior to June 3, 1921, were given the opportunity to legalize their status and extends the legalization possibilities to immigrants of this category who entered the country prior to July 1. 1924, the date when the present quota lawwent into effectThe legislation has long been advocated by public welfare and immigrant aid bodies, including HIAS. The measure aims particularly at solving a number of "hardship cases," of men and women who cam to the United States many years ago, married and raised families but could not legalize either status. explosives in the room where the „-.,,, !" A_ „„,,.„J Pars. WNS)— The Agence explosion occurred. • Kconomique et r inanciere quoted AX YOUR SERVICE Lincoln Service Station; Lincoln and Alton Roads Miami Beach SAMUEL WEISS. Proprietor A ONE STOP SERVICE STATION FEATURING CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS GAS — OIL — GREASES — WASHING — POLISHING GREASING — BATTERIES — TIRES WE SPECIALIZE IN SIMONIZING (BY ELECTRICITY) GUARANTEED RESULTS—MINOR REPAIRS FOR ROAD SERVICE PHONE 5-9114 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER SON OF EDITOR SEES NO ANTI-SEMITISM ion in a house in the center of destroyed the interior of the three this all-Jewish city, the author!> p r 0,d s tudlos The bill, now awaiting signay aesclosed that they had un„ „„„ „„ covered a completely equipped APPROPRIATE $500.000 FOR PROPAGANDA New York, (WNS)—The Committee of Catholics to Fight Anti-Semitism has announced th i formation of a branch of the committee in Chicago under the direction of some 30 Catholic leaders of that city. Its purpose is In carry on the work of the national committee in New York, whose program of activity consists of a research bureau, information service and education of Catholics to combat bigotry and anti-Semitism, and broadcasts, speakers bureau and frequent issuances of literature. Two radio programs are planned in Chicago, and arrangements heve been made for the distribution of educational leaflets as wt II as "The Voice," official organ of the Committee, to all parts of Chicago. New York, (WNS)—W. L. White, son of William Allen White, noted editor of F.mporia. Kansas, writing in the New York Post declared that he had found no evidences of anti-Semitism in the course of a 2-000 mile tour of the midwest. 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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN CULTURAL MEETING TO BE HELD The regular monthly cultural meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held Tuesday evening, August 15th at 8:15 P. M-, in the Synagogue, 1545 S. W. Third Street. Mrs. George Chertkof, first vice president, will preside in the absence of the president, Mrs. William CleinThere will be a guest speaker. Refreshments will be served. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • VACATIONING IN NORTH Mrs. Gus Ginsburg is vacationing in Hot Springs, Arkansas, where she is visiting relatives ami friends. She will return to the city next week. • • TO VISIT IN NEW YORK Mrs. William Clein, of the Ladies Auriliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, left this week for New York where she w.ll visit relatives and friends. • • • WEDDING TAKES PLACE TY • I I FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939 ZIONIST GROUPS TO MEET A general mass meeting will held by the local Zionist Gr Senior and Junior Hadassah or. ganizations, Miami and M Beach Mizrachi groups, and I Women of Greater RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor _^,. rionf>er Wornen of Creator Mi ftj! SS^SSS .$ 3^^£' = ^ *?^*^S*!S* < S*^i I nmi Wednesday evening, Aug-.i"lt^£.-!T-!———— 10th at 8:30 P. M., at the Bet! BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Morris Orlin of Miami Beach are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ruth Ann Orlin, to Theodore Wruble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wruble of Pittston, Pa. The marriage will take place December 24th. Miss Orlin was graduated from Ida M. Fisher High School and attended the University of Alabama, where Mr. Wruble was also a student. SOJOURNS IN NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk will president j visit relatives and friends in Brooklyn, N. Y.. for two weeks. SPINOZA GROUP CONTINUES Next Saturday at 3:00 P. M-, Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give the 13th lecture in the summer series. The Spinoza Group will The wedding of Miss Ida Engmeet as usual on the lawn at lor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Jake Engler. and Sam Specter; Beach. All are welcome. There took place July 25th at the home is no charge, of the bride's parents, with Rabbi] • • • Max Shapiro oficiating. The' NEW MANAGER AT ceremony was followed by a dinROOSEVELT HOTEL tier at which only members of Chas. H. (Bob) Boucher has rethe immediate family were pres-] cently bee n appointed Assistant ent. The bride was attended by Manager of the Roosevelt Hotel, or a sjx ^.^j^g s t a y. her sister Miss Molly Engler as Jacksonville, Florida. Mr. Bou-I maid of honor. Mrs. Sam Resnick, cher is well known in southern' sister of the groom, as matron of] hotel circles having started at MARRIAGE NUPTIALS honor and Miss Jennie Rotfort as • the San Juan Hotel. Orlando,' PERFORMED bridesmaid. Mr. Sam Resnick, Florida, nearly 20 years ago. The wedding of Miss Mae CoWat* miiir. <--*•.. %  .*..*\--~mmo?New York with relatives will initiate twelve pledges into and friends where she will remiin* their organization Sunday evening at 8:00 IV M. at the Y. M. H. A. clubrooms. The chapter now has it