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The Jewish Floridian ( August 25, 1939 )

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^JewistiJtoncli&n w COM&IMNG YKiG Jewish Unity *9 VOL. 12.—NO. 33. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939 PRICE TEN CENTS WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS I IT GENEVA HEARS LEADERS Mandate Commission Majority Declare Paper Violation Geneva, (WNS-Palcor Agency) —With the traditional three taps of the gravel first used by Theodjor Herzl in Basle forty-two yean ago to inaugurate the first W o r 1 d Zionist Congress, Dr. Chain) Weizmann, President of the World Zionist Organization, officially opened the Twenty-first % biennial World Zionist Congress last week in the Grand Theatre. In addition to more than 000 delegate from 35 countries, hundreds of visitors from all corners of the earth streamed into the city all day with the result that tickets for the opening session were exhaustedDanger signals flashing in the troubled European skies left their mark on the opening session of the World Zionist Congress. The Zionist General Council voted to cut short the sessions of the Twenty-first biennial Zionist parliament, to wind up its business on August 25th or sooner instead of running the traditional fort£ night. This will give the muchperturbed delegates an opportunity to return to their homes before the threatened conflagaration breaks outMany governments sent their representatives to the opening session, but no official was there J to represent the British Govern: ment. In the address opening the Congress, Dr. Weizmann exclaimed: "Ours is the sorrow, not the shame.' 'as he attacked the Brit-! ish Government and Secretary | MacDonald for breaking^ faith with the Jewish people. Not the Jewish Agency Executive but the British Government failed the 0 Jews, he said. He reviewed the hostility of the Colonial Secretary | to Jewish aspirations and the need for concentration on a program of practical rebuilding effort despite political obstacles. He spoke of the refugees drifting on the high seas as absentee guests of the Congress. Reviewing the European situation. Dr Nathuam Goldman said that neither migration nor the gfietto can solve the problem of a people in peril of being relegated to the class of refugee beggars. During the course of his address, Dr. Weizmann made these m points: The Jewish position has gravely deteriorated since the twentieth Congress was held in Zurich; "truly it would need the eloquence of a Jeremiah to picture the horrors, the human anguish, of this new destruction of large numbers of our people; a new book of Lamentations to depict the present plight of Israel among the na-^ tions." The Jews are grateful to those countries, especially the smaller nations, which have received many of the wanderers. At this point. Dr. Weizman hit back at Colonial Secretary MacDonald, who in a recent speech in the House of Commons chided the Jews for i their alleged lack of gratitude to England. "Though, unlike a Minister of a certain great and respected power, these nations did not expect gratitude, we can assure them that they have placed our people deeply in thei: debt." Dr, Weizmann said. Praising President Roosevelt for his "Characteristic maganii mity and humaneness" in conven-: ing the Evian Conference, Dr.' Weizman nevertheless said that "the main objective of f hc Evian Conference has not so far been achieved." "I am sometimes accused of using too mild languag". find the charge is perhaps not unjustified." Dr. Weizmann remarked "but I would be disloyal to my people, disloyal even to the best traditions of Great Britain, faithless to the memory of the great men no longer with us 0-1 sition of American Zionisis on issues to be brought before the, Zionist Congress. Dr. We-.mann I delivered an address in which he regretted the absence of Lou's Upsky, American member of the World Zionist Executive, and Dr. | Stephen S. Wise. Vice-President, of the World Zionist Organ.za. tion of America, both sf whom j were ordered by their doctors to remain at home. Dr. Weizmann warned against a spirit of defeat ism and pointed out that reW strength would emerge from the present setbacks. Analyzing the trend of Zionist opinion in America, Dr. Solomon Goldman, President of the Zionist Organization of America, who heads the American delegation Miami Y. M. H. A-, with Mr. staurice Grossman, executive director of the Y., in charge, assisted by E. Albert Pallot, Alvin Grossman, Leon Lieberman and Nat Blumberg; Monday afternoon, August twenty-eighth the Ladies Auxiliary will give a Testimonial Lunqheon to President Malvina V. Freeman. Thursday, following the parade, the Veterans will b-> the guests at an Open House party tendered by the Harvey Seeds Post of the American Legion at the Miami American Legion Home. First of the trains bearing special cars of visitors for the sessions is scheduled to arrive here Sunday The coronation of the Queen will occur at the grand military ball Tuesday night at the annual banquet at the Royal j tny M *j aim civic Center. The Palm Club on Wednesday evening Q uee „ w jl| he gowned in an lmAugUSt 30th; the open air Patj po ,. le( j n lue velvet robe with a riotic Services in honor of David | 2S .f oot train and will wear a Yule.e. pioneer Floridian. at the | orown duplicating th*> costume of Bay Front Park on Monday. August 28th. with .1. Mark Wilcox as chief speaker; an outdoor parade Monday morning. August 2oTh. and the election and installation of new officers will take place on Friday, September 1. Leading contenders for the post of National Commander of the J, W. V., are Edgar Burman of New York City and Sam Friedman of Akron, Ohio. Mr. Burman, a brother of Past National Commander William Burman, is a former New York State Commander and a former National Vice Commander for the Second Regional District. Mr. Friedman is now finishing his second term as National Vice Commander of the Fifth National Regional District and is a former Ohio State Commander. A n extensive entertainment program Is being worked out for the delegates and their friends. Sunday evening, August 27th, the Queen of EnglandThe attendants will be similarly dressed. Plans for an elaborate ceremony for the coronation of the Queen have bee n made by the committee which is being assisted by Col. A. H. Dixon. The convention parade will be held Thursday evening at 8:00 P M., down Biscayne Boulevard from N. E. 19th Street to S. E. 2nd Street and then back past the reviewing stand on the east lane of the Boulevard opposite the Columbus Hotel, convention headquarters. Donald LaVignis general chairman in charge of parade, with Major E. J. Close aa grand marshal, and W. H. Greet Lincoln Brown, Morris Bryan SI John Shepard as division captain* Jewish War Veterans are requesting anyone having cars they will be able to use to meet delegates at the train and escorting (Continued on Page Four) i



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PAGE TWO VISITING IN NORTH Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Roscnthal are sojourning in the North where they will visit relatives and friends in Monticello, N. Y., Bridgeport, Conn., and attend the World's Fair in New York City. They will return to Jacksonville the early part of September to attend the B'nai B'rith Convention after which they will return to Miami. • • RETURNS TO MIAMI Miss Mildred Berkowitz returned to the city Saturday after a two week's visit in Birmingham. Ala., where sh.> visited relatives and friends. • • • TO VISIT IN NORTH Mrs. Ida Greenblatt and sons Leonard and Edwin, of Miami Beach, will leave this week for a visit to New Jersey and New York. Edwin will remain in NewYork where he will enter his senior year at the New York University. • • • RETURNS HOME Rev and Mrs. Nathan Wroobe] returned to the city Friday after a several weeks visit in the north. • • • CULTURAL PROGRAM HELD The Benjamin N. Cardoza Young Judaea Chapter held the first in a series of cultural programs Sunday evening in the Y. M. H. A. building. Included on the program were Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, of the Miami Jewish Welfare group, Harold Shapiro of the Southern Judaea Region and Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld of the Miami Junior Hadassah. The invocation was given by Miss Ida Smith and the benediction by Miss Harriet Damenstein. • • • MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE The marriage of Miss Corrine Boren to Albert Bernstein, former Miamian. took place August 8th in Wheeling. W. Va. The couple will reside in Wheeling where Mr. Bernstein is engaged in the mercantile business. • • • Mrs. R. R Adler returned to the city last week after spending several weeks in the North. • • Mr. and Mrs. V. Eskenazi and family returned to Miami after a month's visit in New York City. • • • VISITS COAST Mr and Mrs. Norman Liebling accompanied by their daughters, are visiting on the coast and will return to the city the early part of September. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939 VACATIONING IN NORTH Mr. and Mrs Herbert Kleinman of Miami Beach are vacationing in California where they are visiting the California Fair, after which they w4ll leave for New York to attend the World's Fair there. They will return to the city in the fall. • • • TO ATTEND CONVENTION Mr. Milton A. Friedman, local attorney and National Deputy of A. Z. A., will leave Saturday for Brevard, N. C, where he will attend the District A. Z. A. Convention to be held August 27th through August 30th. Also attending the Convention as a delegate of the Miami Chapter is Murry Dacks and of the Miami Beach Chapter, Stanley Ratner. Mr. Friedman will return to Jacksonville to attend the B'nai B'rith Convention to be field September 3rd and 4th. • • VACATIONS IN CAROLINA Mr. and Mrs. Harry N'evins are vaf'ationing in North Carolina and will return to the city in the fall. • • • TO VISIT FAIRS Dr. and Mrs. Julius Pearson are visiting the California Fair and will also visit in New York wit re they hvill ^attend the World's Fair there, returning to the city in the fall. • • • RETURNS TO MIAMI Mrs. Louis Zeierrtz returned to the city from New York where she underwent an operation and is now recuperating. • • • A. Z. A. TOURNAMENT TO BE HELD The Palm Beach Chapter of A. Z. A. will sponsor a state tournament for all Florida A. Z. A. i hapters in honor of the awarding to them of their permanent charter. Th* tournament will be held in Palm Beach September 3rd and 4th. A get-together meeting, athletic activities, dances and banquets will be included on the program. The local Miami and Miami Beach chapters will attend. • • • TO VISIT IN NEW YORK Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Fisher and daughter, Marjorie, of Miami Beach, have sailed for New York after spending several days in Savannah, Ga. MISS HARRIETTS TOBIN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin, returned to Miami this week from New York where she was attending Columbia University. Miss Tobin is a nominee for "Queen" of the Military Ball sponsored by the J. W. V. TO SOJOURN INNEW YORK Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretsky will leave Tuesday for New York where they will remain for 12 woks visiting relatives and friends. • • •' RETURNING TO CITY Matthew S. Bandler, manager of June Dairy Products in Miami and vice-president of the parent organization of the same name, will arrive in Miami Sunday after an extended business and pleasure trip to the North. While away from the city Mr. Bandler attended a meeting of the directorate of his company in New York City and afterwards spent i a vacation in the mountains of lylvania. He will come to Miami directly from New York UNDERGOES OPERATION Dr. B. De Koven of Miami Beach is a patient at the Jackson Memorial Hospital where he underwent an operation and is now convalescing. • • • RETURNS HERE Mis B. De Koven returned to the city this week from Chicago, 111., where she was visiting relatives and friends. • • • PASSES BAR Announcement has been made that Mr Arthur D. Rifas has successfully passed the bar examinations recently given by the State of Florida. Mr. Rifas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M Rifas. and is a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School when." he obtained the Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree. He is an officer of the Miami Title and Abstract Company and is in charge of the Escrow Department. • • • SPINOZA GROUP CONTINUES Spinoza's Character will be the topic of Dr. Abraham Wolfson's address before the Spinoza Group this Saturday afternoon. This will be the fifteenth lecture by Dr. Wolfson this summer. Mrs. L. Shubow will read from Sholem Alechem. The Spinoza Group meets every Saturday afternoon, at 3:00 P. M., on the lawn at 10">9 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. AH are welcome. Open forum discussion follows all lecturesFOR SALE: To people of discriminating taste, beautiful two story seven room, two bath home in restricted residential district, St. Petersburg, Florida. For additional information, write Mrs -I. JACKSON, 1234 Eleventh Street. N., st. Peters burg, Florida LEAVES FOR VACATION Miss Sarah Golden left Sunday for New York where she WjJI spend several weeks visiting relatives and friends. VISITING IN NEW YORK Mr. Ben Silver, son of Mrand Mrs. I. Silver, is visiting i n New York with relatives and friends. He will return to the city in the fall. RABBI VISITIM; IN NORTH Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner are visiting in MtClemens, Michigan, after which they will visit in Buffalo. During their sojourn in the North they have visited in Chicago and Detroit. f take My Old Dates Oven — Nutty frow. 100% WHOLE RYE BREAD MADE FROM 100'r Fresh Ground Whole Rye Flour, and all HEALTH in. gradients. Baked fresh daily in our own sanitary HEALTH Bakery without yeast by the famous Swedish formula, giving unusual laxative qualities 24 Ounce Loaf 20c. HEMINGTON-MANAGED HEALTH FOOD SHOP AND BAKERY 12 S. E. First Street. Miami Phone 24)356 MOST BEAUTIFUL LOCATION IN ST. PETERSBURG: Uncontrollable circumstances force sale of this unusually attractive, partially furnished, two year old home, at a sacrifice. Owner: Mrs. G. T. ELLIOTT, 1 7 4 Wildwood I^ane, Driftwood, 22nd Avenue at 1st Street, South; Phone 64-292. 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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wjewisfri Flloiriidl'ii3im PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second claps matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act oi March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year $2.00 Six Months ••• %  $1.00 FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939 VOLUME 12— NUMBER 33. B'NAI B'RITH TIPS (BY SIDNEY L. SEC.ALI.) WELCOME J. W. V. Monday, the Jewish War Veterans will officially their forty-fourth National Encampment in Miami. open B'nai B'rith's candidate for Que-tn of the Jewish War Veteran's National Convention continues leading the field with a total number of 80,900 votes recorded Oil Wednesday past. Sholem Lodge chose to sponsor a girl who is outstanding and prominent as a young communal worker and leader in the city; one who as a native Floridian has grown up from childhood here; and undoubtedly a fine representative of the Jewish community and one who would he a credit to the coming J. W. V. Convention. B If the contest or race fur Queen of .1. w V. reinvention were iad upon the number


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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 ional Convention of the Jewish War Veterans, according to leaders in the organization. A constructive program to combat alien forces and to preserve our form of government and our liberties will be the major objectives of th? ConventionSCHEDULE OF SERVICES Morning services daily at 8:00 o'clock. Mincha services at 6:45 P. M. Maariv services daily at 7:30 P. M. Mincha services Friday at 0:30 P. M. Kabolas Shabbos at 6:45 P. M. services at Sabbath morning 9:00 o'clock. Sabbath afternoon 5:45 o'clock. Mincha on Sabbath P. M. classes at at 6:30 Shalos Sudas at 6:45 P. M. Maariv services on Saturday at 7:35 P. M. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (Continued from Page Three) Further reports from Hollywood indicate that Joseph Schildkraut will be boosted as an oomph man. Scientific purveys seem to prove that the ladies say that Joseph has "it" %  .Yes. sir. Chaplain's picture on "The Great Dictator" will come out this year. %  In this picture even the dachshunde lift their forelegs to heil the "Furore" Incidentally did you know that Charlie and Adolf were both born in April. of each HARRY SCHAFFER Executive Director, J. W. V. Convention Nat Roth. vice-president; Mr. Harry Markowitz, treasurer; Mrs. Peggy Palmer, convention chairman; Mr. Donald S. Laigne, Mr. Matthew S. Bandler, Mr. H. H. Farr, Mr. Sid H Palmer, Mr. Barney Kraft and Mrs. Essie Bergman. ABOUT PEOPLE Have we told you that Dr. Heinrich Neumann, that worldfamous Viennese, ear, eye, nose and throat specialist who refuse] j 1889, within four days to treat Hitler, is being consider, other? But why do the paed for the position of head of one pers now insist that Charlie isn't of the great medical institutionsJewish? The latest on Poli in this country ? The collectNegri is that she's angling for a t-d papers and addresses of Roger Hollywood job. That's the real W. Strauss are being published reason why she sued a French tion are: Harry H. Farr, Donald by the Christian Century Press, paper that had caller her a friend | LaVigne, Nat Roth, Rebecca BetA Hollywood producer was so imof Hitler, pressed with Jascha Heifetz' finger technique as shown in the film "They Shall Have Music" that he wants to make a featureI length movie showing nothing I (Continued from Page One) more than close-ups of Jascha them to the various activities to playing the violin. He claims please call or communicate with; Samuel Brauer, Nat Brown, J. I JEWISH WAR VETERANS CONVENE IN CITY Officers of the Freda Markowitz Post, hosts to the Conventy Lazarus, Herman Ginsburg, Hary Siegel, Elry Stone, Dr. Meyer Wigdor, Milton S. Drucker, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. S. B. Berman, Jules Weiss, Sidney H. Palmer, Adolph Haim^s, Louis Auerbach, Edward Rosenthal. SOCIETY BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED The betrothal of Miss Stella Muriel Blum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Blum of Pelham Manor. N. Y., and Miami Beach, and Milton Keiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Keiner of St. Louis. Mo-, was announced by her parents Thursday evening at the Holywood Beach Hotel. The wedding will be an event of November 25th. Miss Blum is a graduate of the University of Michigan. Mr. Keiner is also a graduate of the University of Michigan and of the University Law School and is a practicing attorney in St. St. Louis. CAMEO FEATURES YIDDISH TALKIE Jennie Goldstein, foremost Jewish dramatic stage star and HOW for the first time on the screen, reaches new heights in her bril\ liant career in the most modern of all Jewish talking pictures— "Two Sisters." Jennie Goldstein will bo seen Wednesday and Thursday. Au! gust 30th and 31st in "Two Sisters" at the Cameo Theatre. The film is based on a story by Samuel H. Cohen and takes place in the United States at the present time. In addition. "Two Sisters" was directed by that famous Hollywood director Ben K. Blake, of Columbia Pictures fame. The film was hailed in New York as the greatest Jewish talking picture ever produced and tells the story of mother love, where the mother on her death bed asked her two daughters to care for each otherFRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939 •! %  OBSERVE THE HOLY DAYS In Surroundings Truly Jewish! The Weil-Known Cantor Nathan Wroobel Will Chant Services at the MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. • ••• Rosh Hashonah Beginning Evening of September 13th Yom Kippur Beginning Evening of September 22nd RABBI A. A. KELLNER Will Preach Throughout the Holidays MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY At the Synagogue 1545 S. W. Third Street or with H. M. DREVICH 6. S. W. 2nd Avenue that Jascha's finger motions are! Nat Roth, phone 2-1430. more exciting than the Russian I Sunday there also will be a ballet. Walter Winchell. who's! pre-convention Auxiliary meeting usually right, says that Hitler is for National and Departmental in love with a Baroness von der reports. Business sessions will Golcz, described as a buxom beau, be conducted daily from 9:00 A. ty Leslie Howard and Peter until 2:00 P. M. by the men and Reiser. Lon-e are both considering stage engagements on Broadway They want to forgot the films for a while. Heddy Lamarr. who for a while was considered Hollywood's prize whit/ elephant, has become an asset again, and how! from 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. by th.women. Furtherance of the youth movement—the teaching of Amer. nanism—will be one of the main topics of discussion at the NatOfficers of the j. W. V. Con. He r "Lady of the Tropics" vention Corp., are: Mr. J. William has the critic-' eyes popping out, Baros, president; Mr. Harry H-. at the sight of so much beauty. 1 Schaffer. executive director; Mr ZISSEN'S of Akron, Ohio are now located at PAPA JOE'S 1749 N. Miami Avenue BEER WHISKEY WINE! Officers of the Auxiliary include Peggy Palmer, Beatrice Wigdor, Diana Ginsbsrg, Alice Ehrman, Essie Bergman. Helen Farr, Jane Goldman, Sophie Auerbach, Ftta Green, Sadie Oil phant, Birdie Kraft. Florence Markowitz, Paula Ehrlich. Reba Brown. Ann Brooks and Franc B Meyerson. All business meetings of the J. W. V. will be held at the R yi I Palm Club. All business meetings of the Auxiliary and Junior Organiza.\ tion will be held at the Everglades Hotel. MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.—1453 S. W. 8th Street "WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" STOP THAT ROOF LEAK! OUR WORK GUARANTEED NO EXTRA COST Been at it Since 1919—All Types Rooft No Order Too Small or Large ROBBINS ROOFING and SHEET METAL WORKS 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705E "Florida's Largest Tire Brokers" SAVE 50 PERCENT ON TIRES UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE GRENTNER BROS. 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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939 THE JEWIBH FLORTDIAN *>AGE FTVE Welcome Jewish War Veterans OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT OUR FOOD IS GOOD Your Patronage Is Appreciated EL IDEAL RESTAURANT 34 N. MIAMI AVENUE WELCOME J. W. V. R. W. BROWN and CO. COMPLETE GROWERS SUPPLIES PHONE M8TS—8. MIAMI PHONE 1-26*0—HOMESTEAD j : j H. S. JAEGAR I and Associates of { OVERSEAS TRANSPORTATION CO. Extend Besl Wishes for B Successful Convention to the .1. W. V. 228 s W. X. River Drive I MIAMI. FLORIDA j ZZZZZZZZZZZZ i BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL CONVENTION MAGIC CITY BOTTLE and SUPPLY CO. E. W. CARTER 2049 N. W. 2nd Ave. MIAMI = WELCOME J. W. V. E. W. F. STIRRUP, JR. Pioneers of South Florida Real Estate AVE WI8H YOU A SUCCESSFUL C 0 X V E X T I 0 X DOLPHIN HOTEL 937 N. E. First Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS MEMBERS OF THE J. W. V. JOHN A. MOORE and Biscayne Engineering Co. 47 N. W. First Street I I i roa?*arri J. W. V. Forty-Fourth National Encampment SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 9:00 P. M. —Pre-Convention Dane.' at Nassau Hotel, Miami Beach, SUNDAY, AUGUST 27 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.— Registration nf Delegates and guests, .1. w. V. al Columbus Hotel. Ladies Auxiliary ai Everglades Hotel. (Registration continues each day during convention, at same place and same hours.) 1:30 P. M.—Placing of wreath by Doric Worth, National Commander, on the American Legion monument at Woodlawtl Cemetery. Immediately following this ceremony a tombstone to the memory of Alfred Lazarus, past county commander of New Jersey and active in Jewish War Veteran work will be unveiled ill the Temple Israel Cemetery. Public invited to attend. 3:00 P. M.—At Ponce dc Leon Hotel Penthouse, formation of Department of Florida, consisting of all Florida Jewish W a r Veteran Posts. Outstanding speakers will be heard. Election of state offieers will be held. 7:30 to 8:30 P. M.—Ladies Auxiliary pre-convention meeting for Nation, al and Department Reports. 8:30 P. M.—Open House at V. M. H. A., dancing and entertainment. MONDAY, AUGUST 28 9:00 A. M. to 2 P. M.— J. W. V. Official opening of Convention. Greetii,'_'by National Commander, Convention Chairman. City, County. „„<] state Officials, nnd Representatives of Veteran Organizations. 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.—Ladies' Official Opening • •>' Convention First business session. 1:30 P. M.—Testimonial Luncheon to National President Malvina V. Freeman and tribute to Cold Star Mothers at Passa Restaurant. 8:00 P. M.—Memorial Services and Da vie Vnlee Patriotic Observance at May Front Park. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29 9:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M.— Business Session. Officers and Committee Reports. 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.—Ladies' Bnsiness Session. 9:00 P. M.—Military Ball at Civic Cenier. < "oronation of Queen. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30 9:00 A. M. to 2 :00 P. H— Business Session. First report Resolutions Committee. 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.—Ladies" Busij ness Session. 9:00 P. M.—Annual Banquet at Royal Palm Club, Distinguished Speakers THURSDAY, AUGUST 31 9:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M.— Business Session. Committee Reports. Resolutions. Nomination of Officers. 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.—Ladies" Business Session. 7:00 P. M.—Monster Annual Parade. All delegates and sisters in uniform. 9:30 P. M.—Open House at American Legion Home. Harvey Seeds Post. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 9:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M —Business S ~ sion. Flection of Officers, Installation of officers. Closing Exercises, Encampmenl Adjournment. 9 :C0 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.—Ladies" Fi Session. Election nml I istallation nf Officers. Adjournment. WELCOME To MIAMI MEMBERS OF THE -I W. V. RAY MILLER TAX ASSESSOR Miami Beach HELP Male — Female — White — Colored Culinary. Dining Room. Front Office. House Keeping. Engineers. Depart, ments. Leading Agency for Chefs, Cooks. Bakers. Waiters. Waitresses, Maids. Etc. EMPIRE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Branch Office. New York City 78 1-2 N. E. 1st St. —Ph. 2 8454 WELCOME -I. W. V. CARL LAMBERT City Engineer MIAMI. FLA. WELCOME .1. W. V. FL0RD3A GLASS MANUFACTURING CO. Manufacturers of BOTTLES—JAR ETC. 167 N. E. 29th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL CONVENTION MIAMI WRECKING CO 132 X. W. 20th Street WELCOME -1. W, V. STANLEYS CASH STORE %  > \\ w. b'2nd Street |l i\K 7 >138 j GREETINGS MEMBERS OF THE J. W. Make Your Stay a Pleasant One CHAS. FRD3DMAN V. WELCOME TO MIAMI AND BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL CONVENTION RADIO CAB CO. PHONE :>-:!411 1545 Alton Road MIAMI REACH Welcome to Gri at< r Miami Members of the J. W. V. BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL CONVENTION L. & H. MILLER CO. • 1632 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA JAKE NEHAM fSREETINGS J. W. V. FERN ROOMS MEN ONLY 141 N. W. 1st Street MIAMI. FLORIDA WELCOME JEWISH WAR VETERANS DAVIS CAFETERIA AIR CONDITIONED 33 N. E. 2ND AVE. OPPOSITE Du PONT BLDG. GREETINGS JEWISH WAR VETERANS M. F. SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY Ingraham Bldg. — Ph. 3-120:1 Nights and Sundays Phone 4-2287 BEST WISHES TO THE JEWISH WAR VETERANS FOR A MOST PLEASANT STAY FRED HOWLAND, Inc. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Postal Building



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^ PAGE SIX : • n -mm m \r** THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 SPECIAL MEETING There will be a special meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood on Wednesday, August 30 at 2:00 P. M., in the auditorium of the Beth David Talmud Torah. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, president, requests all officers and members to be present, as there will be discuss for the Holy Days, as some very urgent business to well as other matters of importance, including work for the religious institution for the comi'g year. RECONSTRUCTION PROGRAM The synagogue is being remodeled entirely for the purpose of creating a comfortable and proper House of Worship at Beth David. Within ten days it is hoped that the synagogue and pulpit will be completed, and the new soft cushions installed. Members and friends are urged to visit the synagogue and see the remarkable improvements. HIGH HOLY DAYS The seating committee for the High Holy Day services are in readiness to meet the inquiries and demands of our worshippers. \ Next week's issue will mention the hours that will be made available for such purposes. In view of the newly refurnished and remodeled synagogue, we urge our worshippers to purchase their ticket! at once. MAZEL TOV • *•***•*•* The Rabbi, officers, and members of the Beth David Congregation and Sisterhood, extend their felicitations to Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff at the birth of an infant son. May the Almighty grant that their son attain perfect wisdom, and that he gvow "Li-Mi|zvos, Li-diupah, Uli-MaJ:im-Tovim." LCHUPAH Candidates for "Queen of the Military Ball sponsored by the J. W. V. are, Adele Segall, KthelMintzer, Belle Tannen and Charlotte Dreyfus. RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION • ••••••••• • The coming year the Beth David Sunday School faculty will be composed of several registered school teachers in Dade County, and the faithful artl conscientious teachers of the past. A curriculum is being prepared by the Superintendent and Rabbi to meet the many problems which have confronted the institution the past few years, full details of the purpose and plans will be mentioned in the near future. The Rabbi, President and members of Beth David Congregation and Sisterhood extend their felicitations to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kronenfeld and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weinkle at the coming marriage of their son, John Kronenfeld to Elsie Weinkle. The Rabbi, President and members of Beth David Congregation and Sisterhood extend their felicitations to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marks and Mr. and Mrs. L. Fisher upon the coming marriage of their son, Perry Marks to Gertrude Fisher. WELCOME J. W. V. HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE CO. 332 West Flagler St. GREETINGS Sun Mattress Co. 222 N. W. 2nd Ave. Innerspring Mattresses Sold With a Written Guarantee as Low as (10.0U GREETINGS TO JEWISH WAR VETERANS MR. and MRS. MAX M. SINGER TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MAY YOUR VISIT TO GREATER MIAMI BE MOST PLEASANT THE ROYAL APTS. MR. and MRS. M. LIPOWSKY A Hearty Welcome from the MIAMI CONSERVATORY WOMEN'S CLUB BUILDING 17:'.T N. Ha\ shore Drive Studios: Miami Beach Shenandoah PHONG J-6835 HAPPY CONVENTION JAMES M, FOREST 510 N. Miami Avenue Mandate Commission Majority Declare Paper Violation (Continued from Page One) tine, the British Government y a* called upon to defend its policy against the findings of the majority of the Mandates Commission that it violates the t~rms and spirit of the Mandate. The same argument which C>1onel Secretary MacDonald used in recent debates in the Hous-" of Commons on the Palestine question were served up again by the Government.. It is und?rstood that C I niai Secretary MacDonald will pr ceed to Geneva as a delegate ro the meeting of the Council of the I-eague which will take plac on September 8th. If the dun il does not accept the Whitj Papei it is to be referred back • > Pariament in accordance with tne Government's promise to do s i Congregation Beth David i Miami' Pioneer ('onfrregal ion ('ompletely Reno\ at. %  Almost Air ('onditio i New Seats Anonunces High Holiday Services will be conducted at THE SYNAGOGUE (137 N. \V. Third Ave. by Rabbi Max Shapiro ami Cantor Louis Hayman SPECIAL JUNIOR SERVICES (Ages 5-19) ;il BETH DAVID j SYNAGOGUE | 137 N. W. Third Ave. | I Make Reservations With ( | CANTOR LOUIS HAYMAN I I r I i A. KRONENFELD j HONE 2-1141 ^m^j^shm 21 S.W. 2nd Ave. Miami. Printers and Publishers i



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN 9 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 i I RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN tM( Indian Creek Drive—6-1268 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI ther or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning. Vc l may 00 'suit with them on matters concerning the Jewis community, or yejur peiconal problems. You will be assured sympathetic ':•.. ring and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In t confidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Do rot withdraw thyself from the congregation-"—Hillel Sabbath MTVicea this Friday evenil g, August 25th at 8:15 1'. M., will present Rabbi D. BookBtaber aa our guest speaker. His topic will be "Youth and Life Today." Services will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES Arrangem nta may be made by coming to the Temple office for Rosh Haahana (Wednesday eve, September 18th and Thursday. September 14th) and Yom Kippur (Friday eve, September 22nd and Saturday, September 3) • A LONG FELT NEED • ••••••••• •• The Board of Directors of Temple Israel through an arrangement with the authorities of Graceland Park Cemetery, have set aside a beautiful plot near the Mausoleum to be designated as the Temple Israel Cemetery. Individual and family plots are available. Families interested are requested to communicate with Mr. Herman Wall, chairman of the Committee, or Mrs. Louis Zeientz at the Temple officeIN MEMORIAM "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, ami comfort all the bereaved among us." YAHRZEITS Issac Eskin, father of Mrs. Jack Bernstein. Mathilda Kolherg, sister of Mr. Adolph Wertheimer. • •••••••••• WELCOME • ••••••••• ••' We welcome into our Temple the following new members: Dr. B. G. Landau, Mr. David Weiner. Mr. Herbert M. Burton, Dr. A. R. Hollender, Mr. Arthur Treister. Mr. Marvin C. Freedman and Mr. Joseph N. Rosen. RECENT BRIDE MrsSamuel Specter, the former Miss Ida Engler, whose marriage was an event of the latter part of July. Mr. and Mr-. Specter will reside in Homestead where Mr. Specter is engaged in the mercantile business. SOCIETY TO HE MARRIED The marriage of Miss Elsie Weinkle. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinkle of Atlanta. Ga-i to John Kronenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld of Miami .will take place Thursday, August 31st at 6:30 P. M., at the Hollywood Beach Hotel in the presence of the immediate members of the families. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Miss Weinkle is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle. pioneer Miami residents. •ii -i • c-n'^c c-nr.c All Kinds Religious Articles—Hebrew Book B. KLEIN 257 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida HOW THEY STAND ADELE SEGALL 80 900 HARRD3TTE TOBIN 69 600 ETHEL MINTZER 37 500 BELLE TANNEN 13 900 CHARLOTTE DREYFUS 12,800 j I Zionist Congress Hears Leaders (Continued from Page One) and non-co-operation with the British Government, but should give greater attention to the ultimate aims of Zionism. Dr. Goldman deprecated the acrimonious attacks being directed against the British Government. 1 On the matter of Arab-Jewish relations, he proposed the establishment of an institute to deal specifically with this problem. Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner of Cleveland, Jacob Fishman and M. Ribalow of New York spoke in opposition to Dr. Goldman's first two points. The American meeting was also addressed by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland and Dr. S. Margoshes of New, York. Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, President of Hadassah. voiced strong support for Dr. Goldman's proposals which will probably receive the approval of a majority of the American delegation The delegation adopted a resolution urging the abolition of partisan education and the substitution of unitary schools in Palestine. Open Doors of Palestine. German Delegate Pleads to Britain: Not Weizmann But MacDonald Responsible: Dr. Silver Geneva. (WNS)—In a speech frequently interrupted by heckling. Dr. Abba Hiller Silver of Cleveland counselled the Congress to steer clear of any "desperate remedies such as civil disobedience." lest the Jews be exposed to new disasters. During the course of his address, Dr. Silver was bombarded with many questions and President Ussishfcin was on many occasions compc'l^d to call the assembly to order. Pointing out that "brazen political opportunism prevailed thruout the world," Dr. Silver said that the Jews were not the only victims of the moral decay of Europe and referred to Czechoslovakia and other nations that had been betrayed. Congress Hears Moving Plea By Czech Jews tor Palestine Immigration: Parties on Right Charged With Disrupting Work of Congress Geneva, (WNS-Palcor Agency) —In what was regarded as the most moving event of the Congress, Franz Kahn, spokesman for the eight delegates from the protectorate of Rohemia Moravia. described the pressing need of the Czech Jews for emigration and appealed to the Congress to help them immigrate and settle in Palestine "whither they arc capable of bringing disciplined Zionists, creative forces, enthusiastic youth and an experienced, industrious middle class." Choking back his emotion. MrKahn spoke briefly of the plight of the Jews in the Nazi protectorate, epitomizing the homelessness and despair which has focused the hopes of European Jewry upon redemption in Palestine. "The Zionist idea is our only anchor in adversity," he said. There were rumblings of the storm stirred by the report on the Congress eleections, as the Union of General Zionists withdrew from further participation in the Congress Court verdict, and the Mizrachi repudiated the Court's decision and proposed a four-point program for reform in the elections as well as the organization of the Congress, charging that the Congress as it is now constituted was not representative of the true, forces within the Zionist Organization. This action brought theacCUBETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESChELOFF. Rabbi 823 Mlchlfian Avenue 'Phone R-IS28 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'i'lione 5-i'uia DAILY SERVICES Shachariss at 8:000 A. M. daily; 8:30 A. M. Saturday. Mincha at 0:30 P. M. daily; 6:15 P. MFriday evening. Maariv at 7:10 daily; 7:20 Saturday night. Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday afternoon at 6:30. Rabbi Hescheloff will preach on "The Portion of the Week." Musical selections were rendered by Cantor Mamcheg, Rabbi Shapiro and others. We all join in wishing the Rabbi and his wife nachas from their son. May they bring him up LTorah, l'Chuppa ul'Maasim Tovim. The brith, held at the Francis Hospital Thursday afternoon, was attended by a large group of members and friends. Mother and son are doing nicely. • •••••••••• RELIGIOUS SCHOOL • SEAT RESERVATIONS A special seating committee will meet at the synagogue every week day evening next week to give our members the opportunity to reserve the seats they want for the coming High Holy Days. Members wish to have the same seats they held last year, or wishing to change their last year's reservations, are urged to make their reservations early. Best seats will be reserved first. HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES Arrangements have been completed to hold to separate services at each of our synagogue structures. Tickets will be on sale shortlyThose unable to pay for seats will receive them absolutely free of charge. No one will be turned away. Plenty of room for everyone. Cantor Maurice Mamches reports that the six-voice choir rehearsing undelr (his and Mr. Drucker's direction are showing remarkable resultsHe promises us the most beautifully conducted of services, and the most musical. SHALOM ZACHAR • ••*•••••• • The first Shalom Zachar ever held on Miami Beach was held last Friday night at our synagogue ill honor of our Rabbi's newly born son. This beautiful custom, observed the first Sab-i hath of a son's birth, was carried out at lovely decorated tables. Fruits and drinks were served by Mr. Max Feit. Messages of greetings were given by Mr. Feit, in the name of the congregation. by Rev. Guttman. Mr. Levy of Augusta. Ga., Mr. Levin of Charlston. S. C, Mr. SAbraham. Miss L. Simerick, and others. sation from the Confederation Congress elections, as the Union of General Zionists and the Mizrachi were delaying the work of the Congress and "frittering away its time on petty issues instead of dealing with the principal issue which is the struggle against the White Paper" Moshe Shertok, chief of the political department of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, closed the general debate with an analysis of the political problems confronting the Congress, in which he forcefully emphasized the paramount importance of accelerating the tempo of upbuilding ano the pivotal significance of the national funds (Keren Hayesod anil Keren Kayemeth) in the future rebuilding activities. Intensive work in preparation for the High Holy Days Is in progress in all our classes. Parents, if you want your child to be familiar with the meaning*, values, observances and prayers of the High Holy Days, enrol! him or he r NOW. Classes are held Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday mornings. A SPIRITUAL DELIGHT The I Renowned Tenor \ Cantor Maurice j Mamches • i i Will Chant Services Assisted by a Choir of Six Voices at I Beth Jacob j Congregation i in the New Synagogue MIAMI BEACH Rosh Hashonah j Beginning Evening of September 13th and Yom Kippur Beginning Evening of September 22nd ooo Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Will Preach English and Yiddish Sermons Throughout the Holidays Make Your Reservations at Once Tickets on Sale for Both Synagogue Buildings % 



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) WELCOME, JEWISH WAR the duck-pin field by scoring the VETERANS I combined total of 757 pins to give | him runner-up position in the Welcome Ladies and Gentlemen Miami Herald Duck-Pin Tourney, to the Y. M. H. A. Open House j personally look for Nat to cop this Sunday, August 27th at the, this tournament and also bring "Y" clubrooms. All is in readimore glory to the Y. M. H. Aness according to our Executive Of the other Y. M. H. A. players, Director, Maurice Grossman, to Hal Levinson is second with a entertain the visiting delegates ( score of 720, Harry Schwartz and friends to the J. W. V. Con-, third with 717, I-ouie Seitlin. 707. vlntion The Y. M. H. A as the Allie Berkowitz. 697, Morris leading organization in the area, Wroobel 661, Milton Friedman has seen itself fit to play hosts (i'.)l, Marty Hilstein 689. I.eo Lipto the 5,000 or more guests who owsky 687. Dave Rosenthal 681, are expected in town during the Herman Waitsman 678 and Abe convention. Assisting Mr. Grossj Weiner 675• %  Sorry to state man in making the necessary that Jack Apte. manager of the preparations are: Mrs. Sidney y. JJ H. A. team was taken ill Stepkin, Mrs. Al Reisman, Mrs. Al ^ as W as Abe Berkowitz and both Dubler, Mrs. Leon Lieberman. dropped out of the tournament. Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Hurry and get well, boys, we Harry Shapiro, Mrs. Abe Goldm iss you. man, Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mrs. ; _YCharles Marks and Mrs. Sidney Palmer. Y l """ 1 "erman, Nat Blumberg, Herman Waitsman, Dr. Harold Rand, Dr. Samuel Beckman, Irving Querido, I^-o Robinson, Bill Shayne. John Kronenfeld, Milton Friedman. Dr. Barney Weinkle, Bernard Serkin, Al Berkowitz and Sam Silver. From the women's committee: Mrs. Bea Stepkin, president has appointed the following: Mesdames N a t Blumberg, Al Reisman. Samuel Shindell. Max Shenkman. Al Dubler. Maurice Grossman. Sam Specter. Jacob Rngler. Joseph Simon, Leon Lieberman. Misses Gertrude Mandel, Dorothy Lightman, Harriette Damenstein. Irene Cohen and Ethel Mintzer. Y "Y" RADIO PROGRAM EXCELLENT Thanks to the splendid efforts of our Executive Director. Maurice Grossman, the Y. M. H. A. presented a most outstanding pro gram over Station WIOD last Sunday afternoon. In fact so many favorable comments were received about this radio program that plans are now being made to sponsor another in the very near future. Mr. Grossman preDIAMOND BALL TEAM RETURNS Dr. Barney Weinkle and his un. eotvquering heroes returned to home territory Tuesday after a short stay in St. Petersburg. Fla.. at the State Diamond Ball Tournament after having been taken into camp by the Dunedin team, second ranked in the tournament. The final score was 7-0. The The boys are now hard at work practicing to defend their Golden Ball Championship in the second annual WIOD-News Golden Ball-J Tournament due to start on Monsided as Master of Ceremonies • j • iv„u„.,. Q ,i dav, August 28th. Better luck introducing the program followed • .. ".. .. „_ 1 next time, boys. by a beautiful piano selection en-1 NEWS AROUND TOWN Congrats to Sam Silver and Helen Cornbloom who will be tied in marriage September 3rd at Birmingham, Ala. Congrats to Mitchell Wolfson and Arthur Berel. two new life members and additions to the Governor's Club. V titled Kol Nidra played by Miss Rose Levy. Then came Mrs. Bea Dock, our damatic coach with a magnificient recitation. "A Refugee's Grave." After that we heard Miss Ann Parker of radio and stage fame in the North, sing the ever beautiful, "Eli Eli" She was accompanied by Mrs. Pearl Reisman. Then came our president, E. Albert Pallot who delivered one of the most masterful speeches of his career. In fact it was so good that I am having it placed in the Floridian this week for the benefit of those who failed to hear the program We sincerely thank the Greatei Y. M H. A. YOM KIPPUR DANCE SUNDAY, SEPT. 24. ADDRESS BY E. ALBERT PALLOT SUN. AUG. 20th RADIO STATION WIOD The world has come to the definite conclusion that upon the shoulders of youth must rest the solution of the social and economic maladjustment which exists today. For. never before in recorded history has youth been put through the tests to gain physical and mental finess to cope with its future responsibilities. But, unfortunately, like the proverbial saying, "as the twig is bent, so the tree will grow," we find that the fanatical zeal of misguided idealists, in some of the European countries, have been bending their youth in programs reaching even unto the cradle, so that all the most cherished ideals of true democracy, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness becomes labeled as blabberings of weak minds. Such a challenge to the decency and respect of liberty loving people throughout the world could not long remain unchallenged. Not content with shackling their own people and inhumanely destroying their minorities, they have by vicious propaganda through the air and through smuggled printed vile and seditious literature, been endeavoring to delude the youth of other nations to become inno-j cent tools in paving the way for their own future enslavement.. Thank God that the eyes of those' who cherished the democratic j heritage their forefathers leftj them, were opened to their true intent and brought to light. The; realization that there is only one j cure for the poisonous propaganda becomes clear and that is to' put the label on the bottle disclosing its ingredients. The problem of Jewish youth in this our own land was one which needed masterful handlingThe physchological effect of which has been happening abroad must be counteracted. While spiritual guidance is all important, nevertheless there must be a physical outlet where civic consciousness in the form of clean wholesome American sportsmanship may be fostered towards the end that our hoys and unls become better men and women and true citizens. To this end the Y. If. H. A. has dedicated its program—that of a character building youth organization. To the children from 6 to 14. we have sponsored a summer home camp where 5 days a week the children are provided with an organized, educational, recreational program of play an! instruction, nourishing meals, out of door games all to make then more alert and provide them wjan understanding of the value I sportsmanship under efficievleadership. The program is noi sectarian, with an enrollment i f more than 100For those be. tween the ages of 16 and 21, we have tw'.'orgattized groups, sul • juniors and juniors who govcrthemselves under adult supervi-. ion. We sponsor a Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troop, a drama* • club, glee club, several fraternities, several sororities, a special service department, employment bureau, conversational languae.group in Spanish and Amerietnzation work, a Sunday Seho' ;. music classes and diversififi' athletic programs, such as bask • ball, diamond ball and bowling teams. Our active memVrsh.!, numbers approximately 1,000. In all our endeavors, our pruii aim is to fulfill the terms of motto. "Builders of American Youth." E. ALBERT PALLOT. Just as a fore-runner to many organizations in the Greater Miami area, we make this announcement early of our fifth annual joint Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Post Yom Kippur DanceThe place selected is the Mahi Shrine Temple at 1415 Biscayne Boulevard. Admission is nominal. • only 50c per person. There will be many prizes, entertainment, and refreshments. General chairman— Harrv Schwartz has selected the following members from the Y. sincere.y tnanK tne taru-r ^ fjmaMmi A1 Miami Rabbinical Asociat.on and ^ Grossman. Leon LiebRabhi Abraham Kellner in par-| ticular for graciously alloting the Y M. H. A. use of their regular weekly program. Y NAT BLUMBERG SECOND IN HERALD TOURNEY KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS ORANGE STATE i WANTED! Will pay $1.00 each for copies of The Jewish Floridian issue of November 19, 1037. Address CHARLES LUBELSKY Care P. 0. Box 297:?, Miami, Florida SOCIETY LEAVES FOR NORTH Mr. J. Barco left Friday f Hendersonvillo, N. C, where will join Mrs. Barco. They w return to the city in the f, RETURN TO CITY Mrs. S. N. Halpert and Stanton, returned to the city la^t week after a six week's sojourn in the North. While in the Northey visited relatives and fi in Baltimore. Philadelphia lad Atlantic City. • • • SOJOURNS IN NORTH Mr. and Mrs. I. 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VOL. 12.NO. 33.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939
PRICE TEN CENTS
WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS I
IT GENEVA HEARS LEADERS
Mandate Commission
Majority Declare
Paper Violation
Geneva, (WNS-Palcor Agency)
With the traditional three taps
of the gravel first used by Theo-
djor Herzl in Basle forty-two
yean ago to inaugurate the first
W o r 1 d Zionist Congress, Dr.
Chain) Weizmann, President of
the World Zionist Organization,
officially opened the Twenty-first
? biennial World Zionist Congress
last week in the Grand Theatre.
In addition to more than 000 del-
egate from 35 countries, hun-
dreds of visitors from all corners
of the earth streamed into the
city all day with the result that
tickets for the opening session
were exhausted-
Danger signals flashing in the
troubled European skies left their
mark on the opening session of
the World Zionist Congress. The
Zionist General Council voted to
cut short the sessions of the
Twenty-first biennial Zionist par-
liament, to wind up its business
on August 25th or sooner instead
of running the traditional fort-
night. This will give the much-
perturbed delegates an opportu-
nity to return to their homes be-
fore the threatened conflagara-
tion breaks out-
Many governments sent their
representatives to the opening
session, but no official was there J
to represent the British Govern- :
ment.
In the address opening the Con-
gress, Dr. Weizmann exclaimed:
"Ours is the sorrow, not the
shame.' 'as he attacked the Brit-!
ish Government and Secretary |
MacDonald for breaking^ faith
with the Jewish people. Not the
Jewish Agency Executive but the
British Government failed the
0 Jews, he said. He reviewed the !
hostility of the Colonial Secretary |
to Jewish aspirations and the
need for concentration on a pro-
gram of practical rebuilding ef-
fort despite political obstacles.
He spoke of the refugees drifting
on the high seas as absentee
guests of the Congress.
Reviewing the European situa-
tion. Dr Nathuam Goldman said
that neither migration nor the
gfietto can solve the problem of
a people in peril of being relegat-
ed to the class of refugee beg-
gars.
During the course of his ad-
dress, Dr. Weizmann made these
m points:
The Jewish position has grave-
ly deteriorated since the twenti-
eth Congress was held in Zurich;
"truly it would need the eloquence
of a Jeremiah to picture the hor-
rors, the human anguish, of this
new destruction of large numbers
of our people; a new book of La-
mentations to depict the present
plight of Israel among the na-^
tions."
The Jews are grateful to those
countries, especially the smaller
nations, which have received many
of the wanderers. At this point.
Dr. Weizman hit back at Colon-
ial Secretary MacDonald, who in
! a recent speech in the House of
Commons chided the Jews for
i their alleged lack of gratitude to
England. "Though, unlike a Min-
ister of a certain great and re-
spected power, these nations did
not expect gratitude, we can as-
sure them that they have placed
our people deeply in thei:- debt."
Dr, Weizmann said.
Praising President Roosevelt
for his "Characteristic magani-
i mity and humaneness" in conven-:
. ing the Evian Conference, Dr.'
Weizman nevertheless said that
"the main objective of fhc Evian
Conference has not so far been
achieved."
"I am sometimes accused of
using too mild languag". find the
charge is perhaps not unjustifi-
ed." Dr. Weizmann remarked
"but I would be disloyal to my
people, disloyal even to the best
traditions of Great Britain, faith-
less to the memory of the great
men no longer with us struggle for justice, if I did not
state from this tribunal before
the whole world that a great in-
justice is being done to us. I
must raise my voice in the strong-
est possible protest. We have
not deserved this treatment."
The Jews "cannot and will not
surrender to injustice. No so-
phistries can hide the plain truth
that Mr. MacDonald's new policy
is an attack on our fundamental
rights in Palestine, a violation of
sacred obligations" But, Mr.
Weizmann added, "our quarrel is
not with Great Britain, but with
those responsible for her present
Palestine policy."
VMF.RICANS CONSIDER
REFORMS: GIVE OVATION
TO DR. WEIZMANN
Geneva. (WNS-Palcor Agency l
The long-awaited report on Pal-
estine of the Mandates Commis-
sion by a vote of four-to-threc
declared the British White Paper
to he a violation of the terms of
the Mandate and the fundamen-
tal intentions of its authors.
The majority opinion pointed
out that the neW British policy
was at variance with the Mandate
on the basis of the British Gov-
ernment's own views as expressed
in the report of the Royal Com-
mission which in July 1037 pro-
nounced the Mandate "unwork-
able." The minority group de
dared that the White Paper was
justified in view of the present
situation in Palestine, provided
the Ix-ague Council did not oppose
it.
HERE FOR FORTY-FOURTH "
NATIQNAL ENCAMPMENT
Geneva. (WNS-Palcor Agen*y)
A resounding ovation greeted
Dr- Chaim Weizmann as he en-1
tered the hall where the Ameri-
cluding the Hadasah group. |
can delegates to the Congress, in-j
were meeting to discuss the !>0-1
sition of American Zionisis on is-
sues to be brought before the,
Zionist Congress. Dr. We-.mann I
delivered an address in which he
regretted the absence of Lou's
Upsky, American member of the
World Zionist Executive, and Dr. |
Stephen S. Wise. Vice-President,
of the World Zionist Organ.za- .
tion of America, both sf whom j
were ordered by their doctors to
remain at home. Dr. Weizmann
warned against a spirit of defeat
ism and pointed out that reW
strength would emerge from the
present setbacks.
Analyzing the trend of Zionist
opinion in America, Dr. Solomon
Goldman, President of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, who
heads the American delegation the Geneva Congress, observed
that the Congress should not dis-
cuss the methods of immigration
(Continued on Page Seven)
From the very beginning of its
investigations of the Palestine
situation during its sittings in
June, the Mandates Commission
states that one fact forced itself
to the notice of the Commission,
namely that the policy outlined in
the White Paper was not in ac-
cordance with the interpretation
which, in the agreement between
the Mandatory Government and
the Council of the League, the
Commission has always placed
upon the Palestine Mandate. For
proof of this fact, the report adds
it is enough to say that only two
years ago the Mandatory Gov-
ernment declared the present
Mandate unworkable. In view of
this position the Mandates Com-
mission communicated to the
I.cague Council its opinion that
by declaring the Mandate un-
workable this almost became a
fact.
It is significant that all mem-
bers of the Mandates Commission
agreed that the considerations
submitted in the report of the
Royal Commission and the preli-
minary opinions presented by the
Mandates Commission in August
1937 have not lost their relev-
ance- The Commission recom-
mended that the solution envisag-
ed by these two documents ex-
cluding the proposals for two in-
dependent states which were
withdrawn by the British Govern-
ment should be borne in mind at |
the appropriate movement. 1
The Council of the League of,
Nations will meet on September;
8th to act on the Palestine ques-
tion.
In the course of its observa-
tions on Palestine, the Mandates
Commission, which is presided!
over by Pierre Orts of Belgium,
reviewed the situation since 1037
and proceeded to recall the cir-1
cumstances which culminated In
the issuance of the British White
Paper on May 17, 1039.
Government Defends White Paper
MacDonald Going to Genev.i
For Council Meeting
London, I WNS-Palcor Agency)
Exactly three months after 'I
issued the White Paper on Pales-
(Continued on Page Six)
The patriotism of American
Jewry throughout the history of
the United States was lauded by
President Franklin D. Roosevelt
in a letter of greeting to the
Jewish War Veterans on the oc-
casion of their 44th annual en-'
campment here. The letter, made |
public by National Commander i
Isidor S. Worth, also expressed
the hope that the convention, of-
ficially opening Monday, August
28th, will be "very successful."
"From the Revolutionary War
to the World War." President
Roosevelt said in his message.
"Jewish citizens of the United
States have given of their ser-
vices and money to promote the
cause of their country-
"1 congratulate you upon the;
service rendered our country bj
j your members and by those of
I Jewish faith throughout the years
of our Republic and hope you
may have a very successful con-
vention"
More than ten thousand veter-
ans and friends are expected here
according to Commander Worth.
Headquarters for the convention
will be at the Hotel Columbus.
Simultaneously, the National La-
dies Auxiliary to the Jewish War
Veterans, under the presidency of
Malvina V. Freeman, will meet at
the Hotel Everglades.
ISIDOR S. WORTH
National Commander of J- W. V.
Complete Program of J- W. V.
Convention will be found on
Page Five
Convention highlights will be
the laying of a wreath on the
American Legion Monument Sun-
day, the Military Ball at the
Civic Center Tuesday evening.
they will be the guests at an
Open House tendered by th->
Miami Y. M. H. A-, with Mr. stau-
rice Grossman, executive direc-
tor of the Y., in charge, assisted
by E. Albert Pallot, Alvin Gross-
man, Leon Lieberman and Nat
Blumberg; Monday afternoon,
August twenty-eighth the Ladies
Auxiliary will give a Testimonial
Lunqheon to President Malvina
V. Freeman. Thursday, following
the parade, the Veterans will b->
the guests at an Open House
party tendered by the Harvey
Seeds Post of the American Le-
gion at the Miami American Le-
gion Home.
First of the trains bearing
special cars of visitors for the
sessions is scheduled to arrive
here Sunday The coronation of
the Queen will occur at the grand
military ball Tuesday night at
the annual banquet at the Royal j tny M*jaim- civic Center. The
Palm Club on Wednesday evening Quee wjl| he gowned in an lm-
AugUSt 30th; the open air Pat- j po,.le(j nlue velvet robe with a
riotic Services in honor of David | 2S.foot train and will wear a
Yule.e. pioneer Floridian. at the | orown duplicating th*> costume of
Bay Front Park on Monday. Au-
gust 28th. with .1. Mark Wilcox as
chief speaker; an outdoor parade
Monday morning. August 2oTh.
and the election and installation
of new officers will take place on
Friday, September 1.
Leading contenders for the post
of National Commander of the
J, W. V., are Edgar Burman of
New York City and Sam Fried-
man of Akron, Ohio. Mr. Bur-
man, a brother of Past National
Commander William Burman, is
a former New York State Com-
mander and a former National
Vice Commander for the Second
Regional District. Mr. Friedman
is now finishing his second term
as National Vice Commander of
the Fifth National Regional Dis-
trict and is a former Ohio State
Commander.
A n extensive entertainment
program Is being worked out for
the delegates and their friends.
Sunday evening, August 27th,
the Queen of England- The at-
tendants will be similarly dres-
sed. Plans for an elaborate cer-
emony for the coronation of the
Queen have been made by the
committee which is being assist-
ed by Col. A. H. Dixon.
The convention parade will be
held Thursday evening at 8:00 P
M., down Biscayne Boulevard
from N. E. 19th Street to S. E.
2nd Street and then back past
the reviewing stand on the east
lane of the Boulevard opposite
the Columbus Hotel, convention
headquarters. Donald LaVign-
is general chairman in charge of
parade, with Major E. J. Close aa
grand marshal, and W. H. Greet
Lincoln Brown, Morris Bryan SI
John Shepard as division captain*
Jewish War Veterans are re-
questing anyone having cars they
will be able to use to meet dele-
gates at the train and escorting
(Continued on Page Four) i




PAGE TWO
VISITING
IN NORTH
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Roscnthal
are sojourning in the North where
they will visit relatives and
friends in Monticello, N. Y.,
Bridgeport, Conn., and attend the
World's Fair in New York City.
They will return to Jacksonville
the early part of September to
attend the B'nai B'rith Conven-
tion after which they will return
to Miami.

RETURNS
TO MIAMI
Miss Mildred Berkowitz re-
turned to the city Saturday after
a two week's visit in Birmingham.
Ala., where sh.> visited relatives
and friends.

TO VISIT
IN NORTH
Mrs. Ida Greenblatt and sons
Leonard and Edwin, of Miami
Beach, will leave this week for a
visit to New Jersey and New
York. Edwin will remain in New-
York where he will enter his sen-
ior year at the New York Uni-
versity.

RETURNS
HOME
Rev and Mrs. Nathan Wroobe]
returned to the city Friday after
a several weeks visit in the north.

CULTURAL
PROGRAM HELD
The Benjamin N. Cardoza
Young Judaea Chapter held the
first in a series of cultural pro-
grams Sunday evening in the Y.
M. H. A. building. Included on
the program were Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David Congrega-
tion, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, of
the Miami Jewish Welfare group,
Harold Shapiro of the Southern
Judaea Region and Miss Jeanette
Kronenfeld of the Miami Junior
Hadassah. The invocation was
given by Miss Ida Smith and the
benediction by Miss Harriet Dam-
enstein.

MARRIAGE
TAKES PLACE
The marriage of Miss Corrine
Boren to Albert Bernstein, for-
mer Miamian. took place August
8th in Wheeling. W. Va. The
couple will reside in Wheeling
where Mr. Bernstein is engaged
in the mercantile business.

Mrs. R. R Adler returned to
the city last week after spend-
ing several weeks in the North.

Mr. and Mrs. V. Eskenazi and
family returned to Miami after a
month's visit in New York City.

VISITS COAST
Mr and Mrs. Norman Liebling
accompanied by their daughters,
are visiting on the coast and will
return to the city the early part
of September.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939
VACATIONING
IN NORTH
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Klein-
man of Miami Beach are vaca-
tioning in California where they
are visiting the California Fair,
after which they w4ll leave for
New York to attend the World's
Fair there. They will return to
the city in the fall.

TO ATTEND
CONVENTION
Mr. Milton A. Friedman, local
attorney and National Deputy of
A. Z. A., will leave Saturday for
Brevard, N. C, where he will at-
tend the District A. Z. A. Con-
vention to be held August 27th
through August 30th. Also at-
tending the Convention as a del-
egate of the Miami Chapter is
Murry Dacks and of the Miami
Beach Chapter, Stanley Ratner.
Mr. Friedman will return to
Jacksonville to attend the B'nai
B'rith Convention to be field
September 3rd and 4th.
*
VACATIONS IN
CAROLINA
Mr. and Mrs. Harry N'evins are
vaf'ationing in North Carolina
and will return to the city in
the fall.

TO VISIT
FAIRS
Dr. and Mrs. Julius Pearson
are visiting the California Fair
and will also visit in New York
wit re they hvill ^attend the
World's Fair there, returning to
the city in the fall.

RETURNS
TO MIAMI
Mrs. Louis Zeierrtz returned to
the city from New York where
she underwent an operation and
is now recuperating.

A. Z. A. TOURNAMENT
TO BE HELD
The Palm Beach Chapter of A.
Z. A. will sponsor a state tourna-
ment for all Florida A. Z. A.
i hapters in honor of the awarding
to them of their permanent char-
ter. Th* tournament will be held
in Palm Beach September 3rd
and 4th. A get-together meeting,
athletic activities, dances and
banquets will be included on the
program. The local Miami and
Miami Beach chapters will at-
tend.

TO VISIT IN
NEW YORK
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Fisher and
daughter, Marjorie, of Miami
Beach, have sailed for New York
after spending several days in
Savannah, Ga.
MISS HARRIETTS TOBIN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Tobin, returned to Miami this
week from New York where she
was attending Columbia Uni-
versity. Miss Tobin is a nom-
inee for "Queen" of the Mili-
tary Ball sponsored by the
J. W. V.
TO SOJOURN IN-
NEW YORK
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretsky
will leave Tuesday for New York
where they will remain for 12
woks visiting relatives and
friends.
'
RETURNING
TO CITY
Matthew S. Bandler, manager
of June Dairy Products in Miami
and vice-president of the parent
organization of the same name,
will arrive in Miami Sunday af-
ter an extended business and
pleasure trip to the North. While
away from the city Mr. Bandler
attended a meeting of the direc-
torate of his company in New
York City and afterwards spent
i a vacation in the mountains of
lylvania. He will come to
Miami directly from New York
UNDERGOES
OPERATION
Dr. B. De Koven of Miami
Beach is a patient at the Jackson
Memorial Hospital where he un-
derwent an operation and is now
convalescing.

RETURNS HERE
Mis B. De Koven returned to
the city this week from Chicago,
111., where she was visiting rela-
tives and friends.

PASSES BAR
Announcement has been made
that Mr Arthur D. Rifas has
successfully passed the bar ex-
aminations recently given by the
State of Florida. Mr. Rifas is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. M Rifas.
and is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Chicago Law School when."
he obtained the Doctor of Juris-
prudence Degree. He is an offi-
cer of the Miami Title and Ab-
stract Company and is in charge
of the Escrow Department.

SPINOZA GROUP
CONTINUES
Spinoza's Character will be the
topic of Dr. Abraham Wolfson's
address before the Spinoza Group
this Saturday afternoon. This
will be the fifteenth lecture by
Dr. Wolfson this summer. Mrs.
L. Shubow will read from Sholem
Alechem. The Spinoza Group
meets every Saturday afternoon,
at 3:00 P. M., on the lawn at
10">9 Collins Avenue Miami Beach.
AH are welcome. Open forum
discussion follows all lectures-
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LEAVES FOR
VACATION
Miss Sarah Golden left Sunday
for New York where she WjJI
spend several weeks visiting rel-
atives and friends.
VISITING IN
NEW YORK
Mr. Ben Silver, son of Mr- and
Mrs. I. Silver, is visiting in New
York with relatives and friends.
He will return to the city in the
fall.
RABBI VISITIM;
IN NORTH
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A.
Kellner are visiting in Mt- Clem-
ens, Michigan, after which they
will visit in Buffalo. During
their sojourn in the North they
have visited in Chicago and De-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939
VOLUME 12NUMBER 33.
B'NAI B'RITH
TIPS
(BY SIDNEY L. SEC.ALI.)
WELCOME J. W. V.
Monday, the Jewish War Veterans will officially
their forty-fourth National Encampment in Miami.
open
B'nai B'rith's candidate for
Que-tn of the Jewish War Veter-
an's National Convention contin-
ues leading the field with a total
number of 80,900 votes recorded
Oil Wednesday past. Sholem
Lodge chose to sponsor a girl
who is outstanding and promi-
nent as a young communal work-
er and leader in the city; one
who as a native Floridian has
grown up from childhood here;
and undoubtedly a fine represen-
tative of the Jewish community
and one who would he a credit to
the coming J. W. V. Convention.
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If the contest or race fur Queen
of .1. w V. reinvention were
ia- d upon the number actually sold to and paid for 'y
individual purchasers, the B'rii
B'rith candidate would run away
with the race with very little
competition. However, this does
appear to he the case. Many
tick t9 have been sold without
coming into the hands of the sc-
called purchaser.
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The J. W. V. has come South for the first time, again do
ing their bit to help stimulate an interest in things both Jew-
ish and American and to bring closer together Veterans and
Jews.
In past years the J. W. V. has been deeply concerned with
combatting evil forces in all parts of the world. With an es-
timated eight hundred organizations here in the United States
spreading subversive propaganda and trying to undermine and
overthrow our democratic form of government this alarming
spread of Ni.zi propaganda has thrown new light on the de-
fense of democracy- Whereas hitherto we had been engaged
in denouncing the doctrines of intolerance and hate, we now
have grown to realize that the solution is not in conducting a
campaign of counter-hate, but by developing a deeper under-
standing and appreciation of our own principles of thought
and conduct. It is with this new approach to the problem that
men and women have undertaken to articulate and protect
the American way of life. Among a people, untrained to de-
tect lies and the motives of propagandists, new hatreds may
spread with speed and the J. W. V. has turned their attention
to this new and ever increasing problem. With "Action" as
their byword, the formation of a constructive program to com-
bat these alien forces and to preserve our present form of gov-
ernment and our liberties will be one of the major objectives
of this convention. Other objectives will be the furtherance
of the youth movement and the teaching of Americanism.
Of recent years the Jewish War Veterans has compiled a
record that places it in the forefront of Jewish organizations.
The boycott against goods from Nazi Germany was first insti-
tuted by the veterans. The organization has been insistent in
its continued denunciations of Communism. Fascism and all
other forms of totalitarianism. In 1932 the War Veterans pas-
sed a resolution urging investigation of all un-American groups
in America. One of the results of this resolution was the Dies
Committee to investigate subversive activities.
The veterans also have lent encouragement and aid to
Palestine. They have time and again protested against British
restriction of immigration.
Today the Jewsh War Veterans of the United States have
become the symbol of Jewish patriotism that the original foun-
ders hoped for in 1896. As the representatives of the quarter
of a million veterans who served Uncle Sam during the World
War, the Jewish War Veterans has a place in the councils of
American Jewry and is the recognized spokesman of Jewry
among non-denominational veteran and patriotic groups
throughout the country.
J. W. VMiami bids you welcome!
We hope that the Convention
here will he a grand success and
we trust that Sholem I.odgo will
have assisted materially in such
success. The Brothers in 'he
l^odgo who have worked so faith-
fully in the J W. V. Convention
Corp. and Committees, deserve
credit for their efforts in a worth
while cause.
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Brothers of Sholem Lodge, your
reporter reminds you that it is
your duty as a loyal Ben B'rith
to work for and support our can-
didate during the last few days
Ih fmc th^ Coronation. The dead
line for selling tickets to the
Military Ball is Tuesday. August
29th. before fi:00 o'clock P. M
So. don't forget Brothers, let's
koeo plugging and win with our
candidate. K on her in the lead
and make her Queen so that B'nai
B'rith may continue to enjoy the
nrestige which it has rightfully
earned.
The State B'nai B'rith Con-
vention in Jacksonvill i on Sep-
tember 3rd and 4th. will draw
delegates from every par! of
Florida. It should be a grand
exnenence to attend and met
with other sns of the Covenant
who adhere to the ideals of our
ritual Sholem Lodge will hav
a large delegation. The fare !
only +9.90 round-trip, on the Sea-
board train. We are looking for-
ward to a successful convention
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On to Jacksonville. Sept mher
3rd and 4th!
Th? telephone number of the
B'nai B'rith office given in the
"Jacksonville Convention Plan"
announcement was incorrect.
Telephone 3-3533 and give Ben
Le Vin? your reservation. Mad
vour check for $9.90 round trip
to hm at 510 Congress Building
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
FROM FOREIGN PARTS
If no serious trouble lias developed in Europe before Au-
gust '27th nothing very grave will happen this year, is the
latest prediction of those in the know. Lloyds of Lon-
don are quoting '2 to 1 against a European war in 1939 at this
writing.....\t the recent Prague opening of Elmer Kico's
"Street Scene" the line ".lews aren't such had people after
all" was greeted with such enthusiastic applause that the Nazi
censor immediately saw to it that this line was deleted from all
subsequent performances. Hut what gets us is the fact that
"Street Scene" was produced at all in the Hitler dominated
Czech city, Elmer Rice being as non-Aryan as any of our
faithful readers. The Nazis are very eager to reassure their
populace thai the United States will not support England in-
case of a European war. They reprint American anti-
British cartoons in German papers, hut fail to mention that
these cartoons were originally published in 1915. which
proves it can he done. The silent opposition in Germany
please copy......
OUR NORTHERN NEIGHBOR
We didn t like the statement by Louis Fitch, member of
the Quebec Provincial Legislature, about the recent anti-Jewish
incidents in the Laurentian Mountains. Fitch broadcast
statements in the French and English press in Canada assuring
"my people that there is absolutely no reason whatsoever for
alarm" .... That "absolutely" and "whatsoever" make the
statement a bit too strong for us. It can t be denied that
enough evidence has been produced to prove beyond the shad-
ow of a doubt that ihe anti-Semites in the Province of Quebec
are efficiently organized and constitute a definite menace. .
When mass meetings of Areandists shriek about the Jewish
peril no purpose is served by Mr. Fitch's proclamation that
all is well. And what about the anti-Semitic posters and
the sermon of Canon Charland, Canadian provincial edition of
Father Coughlin?......
HOME FRONT
Poor judg.....nt is displayed by newspapers that devote
prominent space '" whatever Frit/ Kulm says or does......
Hitler's orders to himand we have the evidence that Kuhu
gets direct orders from the Fuehrerare to get as much pub-
licity as he can. even if it's fnsulting. IV on the lookout
for a hook entitled "Heil Hunger." by Dr. Martin Gumpert.
... It's scheduled for publication in October, and when it hits
tin- public eye it will destroy a whopping lie that even anti-
Hitlerites hav,' come to believenamely, that the Nazi youth
is healthy. "Heil Hunger" proves that the Nazi boy and
girl is a physical weakling and ha- the loest vitality of any
youth in Rurope. We learn, incidentally, that the local
Nazi greeting. "A. V..". pronounced "Ah Fow". stands for
Amcrika Verrecke'\ which, in English, means "Down with
America" ... A recent article by David Lloyd George at-
tacking Chamberlain's appeasement policy is so strong that
, \,n American newspapers have been afraid to print it. .
YOU SHOlJLD KNOW
A consrtuert of Robert A. Taft. Ohio Senator with Presi-
dential aspirations, informs us that the Buckeye statesman has
expressed himself as opposed to the resolution for the admis-
sion of 20.000 children outside the regular quota. Washing-
ton may give thousands of refugees a chance to establish
themselves in Alaska, not oniv because it is felt that their
pioneering work could build up that undeveloped property,
but because officials are sure that a large refugee settlement
there would be invaluable in the defense of America in the
i event of war. ... So acute has the refugee problm bcome in
some of our more populous centers that, in an effort to obviate
ill will, these communities have dropped the word "refugee'
from their official vocabularies, and speak only of "newcom-
ers" ... It was for the sake of the International Telephone
and Telegraph Company that the State Department made that
$13,750,000 loan to France, which had the result of encouraging
the Fascist general to embark on his latest "purge" activi-
ties. The State Department waited until Congress had ad
journed ard Secretary Morgenthau had left for Europe to put
across this loan, to which both Congress and the Secretary had
been violently opposed. A Boston office of the American
Jewish Committee is being opened nxt month, with Henry
Levy, well-known journalist and publicist, in charge. .
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
ional Convention of the Jewish
War Veterans, according to lead-
ers in the organization. A con-
structive program to combat alien
forces and to preserve our form
of government and our liberties
will be the major objectives of
th? Convention-
SCHEDULE OF
SERVICES
Morning services daily at 8:00
o'clock.
Mincha services at 6:45 P. M.
Maariv services daily at 7:30
P. M.
Mincha services Friday at 0:30
P. M.
Kabolas Shabbos at 6:45 P. M.
services at
Sabbath morning
9:00 o'clock.
Sabbath afternoon
5:45 o'clock.
Mincha on Sabbath
P. M.
classes at
at 6:30
Shalos Sudas at 6:45 P. M.
Maariv services on Saturday at
7:35 P. M.
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
(Continued from Page Three)
. Further reports from Holly-
wood indicate that Joseph Schild-
kraut will be boosted as an oomph
man. Scientific purveys seem
to prove that the ladies say that
Joseph has "it" .Yes. sir.
Chaplain's picture on "The Great
Dictator" will come out this year.
In this picture even the
dachshunde lift their forelegs to
heil the "Furore" Incidentally
did you know that Charlie and
Adolf were both born in April.
of each
HARRY SCHAFFER
Executive Director, J. W. V.
Convention
Nat Roth. vice-president; Mr.
Harry Markowitz, treasurer;
Mrs. Peggy Palmer, convention
chairman; Mr. Donald S. Laigne,
Mr. Matthew S. Bandler, Mr. H.
H. Farr, Mr. Sid H Palmer, Mr.
Barney Kraft and Mrs. Essie
Bergman.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Have we told you that Dr.
Heinrich Neumann, that world-
famous Viennese, ear, eye, nose
and throat specialist who refuse] j 1889, within four days
to treat Hitler, is being consider, other? But why do the pa-
ed for the position of head of one pers now insist that Charlie isn't
of the great medical institutions- Jewish? The latest on Poli
in this country ? The collect- Negri is that she's angling for a
t-d papers and addresses of Roger Hollywood job- That's the real
W. Strauss are being published reason why she sued a French tion are: Harry H. Farr, Donald
by the Christian Century Press, paper that had caller her a friend | LaVigne, Nat Roth, Rebecca Bet-
A Hollywood producer was so im- of Hitler,
pressed with Jascha Heifetz' fin-
ger technique as shown in the
film "They Shall Have Music"
that he wants to make a feature- I ---------
length movie showing nothing I (Continued from Page One)
more than close-ups of Jascha them to the various activities to
playing the violin. He claims please call or communicate with; Samuel Brauer, Nat Brown, J. I
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
CONVENE IN CITY
Officers of the Freda Marko-
witz Post, hosts to the Conven-
ty Lazarus, Herman Ginsburg,
Hary Siegel, Elry Stone, Dr.
Meyer Wigdor, Milton S. Drucker,
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. S. B.
Berman, Jules Weiss, Sidney H.
Palmer, Adolph Haim^s, Louis
Auerbach, Edward Rosenthal.
SOCIETY
BETROTHAL
ANNOUNCED
The betrothal of Miss Stella
Muriel Blum, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Blum of Pelham
Manor. N. Y., and Miami Beach,
and Milton Keiner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Keiner of St. Louis.
Mo-, was announced by her par-
ents Thursday evening at the
Holywood Beach Hotel. The wed-
ding will be an event of Novem-
ber 25th.
Miss Blum is a graduate of the
University of Michigan. Mr.
Keiner is also a graduate of the
University of Michigan and of
the University Law School and
is a practicing attorney in St.
St. Louis.
CAMEO FEATURES
YIDDISH TALKIE
Jennie Goldstein, foremost Jew-
ish dramatic stage star and HOW
for the first time on the screen,
reaches new heights in her bril- \
liant career in the most modern
of all Jewish talking pictures
"Two Sisters."
Jennie Goldstein will bo seen
Wednesday and Thursday. Au- !
gust 30th and 31st in "Two Sis-
ters" at the Cameo Theatre.
The film is based on a story
by Samuel H. Cohen and takes
place in the United States at the
present time. In addition. "Two
Sisters" was directed by that
famous Hollywood director Ben
K. Blake, of Columbia Pictures
fame. The film was hailed in
New York as the greatest Jewish
talking picture ever produced and
tells the story of mother love,
where the mother on her death
bed asked her two daughters to
care for each other-
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939
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OBSERVE THE
HOLY DAYS
In Surroundings
Truly Jewish!
The Weil-Known
Cantor
Nathan Wroobel
Will Chant Services
at the
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.

Rosh Hashonah
Beginning Evening of
September 13th
Yom Kippur
Beginning Evening of
September 22nd
RABBI A. A. KELLNER
Will Preach Throughout
the Holidays
MAKE YOUR
RESERVATIONS EARLY
At the Synagogue
1545 S. W. Third Street
or with
H. M. DREVICH
6. S. W. 2nd Avenue
that Jascha's finger motions are! Nat Roth, phone 2-1430.
more exciting than the Russian I Sunday there also will be a
ballet. Walter Winchell. who's! pre-convention Auxiliary meeting
usually right, says that Hitler is for National and Departmental
in love with a Baroness von der reports. Business sessions will
Golcz, described as a buxom beau, be conducted daily from 9:00 A.
ty Leslie Howard and Peter until 2:00 P. M. by the men and
Reiser.
Lon-e are both considering stage
engagements on Broadway.....
They want to forgot the films for
a while. Heddy Lamarr. who
for a while was considered Hol-
lywood's prize whit/ elephant, has
become an asset again, and how!
from 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. by
th.- women.
Furtherance of the youth
movementthe teaching of Amer.
nanismwill be one of the main
topics of discussion at the Nat-
Officers of the j. W. V. Con-
. Her "Lady of the Tropics" vention Corp., are: Mr. J. William
has the critic-' eyes popping out, Baros, president; Mr. Harry H-.
at the sight of so much beauty.1 Schaffer. executive director; Mr
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Officers of the Auxiliary in-
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Wigdor, Diana Ginsbsrg, Alice
Ehrman, Essie Bergman. Helen
Farr, Jane Goldman, Sophie
Auerbach, Ftta Green, Sadie Oil
phant, Birdie Kraft. Florence
Markowitz, Paula Ehrlich. Reba
Brown. Ann Brooks and Franc B
Meyerson.
All business meetings of the
J. W. V. will be held at the R yi I
Palm Club.
All business meetings of the
Auxiliary and Junior Organiza-
.\ tion will be held at the Everglades
Hotel.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939
THE JEWIBH FLORTDIAN
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J. W. V. Forty-Fourth National Encampment
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26
9:00 P. M.Pre-Convention Dane.' at
Nassau Hotel, Miami Beach,
SUNDAY, AUGUST 27
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.Registration
nf Delegates and guests,
.1. w. V. al Columbus Hotel.
Ladies Auxiliary ai Everglades
Hotel. (Registration continues
each day during convention,
at same place and same hours.)
1:30 P. M.Placing of wreath by
Doric Worth, National Comman-
der, on the American Legion mon-
ument at Woodlawtl Cemetery.
Immediately following this cere-
mony a tombstone to the memory
of Alfred Lazarus, past county
commander of New Jersey and
active in Jewish War Veteran
work will be unveiled ill the Tem-
ple Israel Cemetery. Public in-
vited to attend.
3:00 P. M.At Ponce dc Leon Hotel
Penthouse, formation of Depart-
ment of Florida, consisting of all
Florida Jewish W a r Veteran
Posts. Outstanding speakers will
be heard. Election of state offi-
eers will be held.
7:30 to 8:30 P. M.Ladies Auxiliary
pre-convention meeting for Nation,
al and Department Reports.
8:30 P. M.Open House at V. M. H. A.,
dancing and entertainment.
MONDAY, AUGUST 28
9:00 A. M. to 2 P. M.J. W. V. Offi-
cial opening of Convention. Greet-
ii,'_'- by National Commander, Con-
vention Chairman. City, County.
<] state Officials, nnd Represen-
tatives of Veteran Organizations.
9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.Ladies' Offi-
cial Opening >' Convention First
business session.
1:30 P. M.Testimonial Luncheon to
National President Malvina V.
Freeman and tribute to Cold Star
Mothers at Passa Restaurant.
8:00 P. M.Memorial Services and
Da vie Vnlee Patriotic Observance
at May Front Park.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 29
9:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M.Business Ses-
sion. Officers and Committee Re-
ports.
9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.Ladies' Bnsi-
ness Session.
9:00 P. M.Military Ball at Civic Cen-
ier. < "oronation of Queen.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30
9:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. HBusiness Ses-
sion. First report Resolutions
Committee.
9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.Ladies" Busij
ness Session.
9:00 P. M.Annual Banquet at Royal
Palm Club, Distinguished Speakers
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31
9:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M.Business Ses-
sion. Committee Reports. Resolu-
tions. Nomination of Officers.
9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.Ladies" Busi-
ness Session.
7:00 P. M.Monster Annual Parade.
All delegates and sisters in uni-
form.
9:30 P. M.Open House at American
Legion Home. Harvey Seeds Post.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1
9:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. MBusiness S ~
sion. Flection of Officers, Instal-
lation of officers. Closing Exercis-
es, Encampmenl Adjournment.
9 :C0 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.Ladies" Fi
Session. Election nml I istallation
nf Officers. Adjournment.
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MEMBERS of THE -I W. V.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIaN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
SPECIAL MEETING
There will be a special meeting
of the Beth David Sisterhood on
Wednesday, August 30 at 2:00 P.
M., in the auditorium of the Beth
David Talmud Torah.
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, president,
requests all officers and members
to be present, as there will be
discuss for the Holy Days, as
some very urgent business to
well as other matters of import-
ance, including work for the re-
ligious institution for the comi'g
year.
RECONSTRUCTION
PROGRAM
The synagogue is being remod-
eled entirely for the purpose of
creating a comfortable and prop-
er House of Worship at Beth
David. Within ten days it is
hoped that the synagogue and
pulpit will be completed, and the
new soft cushions installed.
Members and friends are urg-
ed to visit the synagogue and see
the remarkable improvements.
HIGH HOLY DAYS
The seating committee for the
High Holy Day services are in
readiness to meet the inquiries
and demands of our worshippers. \
Next week's issue will mention
the hours that will be made avail-
able for such purposes.
In view of the newly refurnish-
ed and remodeled synagogue, we
urge our worshippers to purchase
their ticket! at once.
MAZEL TOV
****** *
The Rabbi, officers, and mem-
bers of the Beth David Congrega-
tion and Sisterhood, extend their
felicitations to Rabbi and Mrs.
Moses Mescheloff at the birth of
an infant son.
May the Almighty grant that
their son attain perfect wisdom,
and that he gvow "Li-Mi|zvos,
Li-diupah, Uli-MaJ:im-Tovim."
LCHUPAH
Candidates for "Queen of the Military Ball sponsored by the J.
W. V. are, Adele Segall, KthelMintzer, Belle Tannen and Char-
lotte Dreyfus.
RELIGIOUS
* INSTITUTION

The coming year the Beth Dav-
id Sunday School faculty will be
composed of several registered
school teachers in Dade County,
and the faithful artl conscientious
teachers of the past.
A curriculum is being prepared
by the Superintendent and Rabbi
to meet the many problems which
have confronted the institution
the past few years, full details
of the purpose and plans will be
mentioned in the near future.
The Rabbi, President and mem-
bers of Beth David Congregation
and Sisterhood extend their feli-
citations to Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Kronenfeld and Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Weinkle at the coming mar-
riage of their son, John Kronen-
feld to Elsie Weinkle.
The Rabbi, President and mem-
bers of Beth David Congregation '
and Sisterhood extend their feli-
citations to Mr. and Mrs. Charles '
Marks and Mr. and Mrs. L. Fish-
er upon the coming marriage of
their son, Perry Marks to Ger-
trude Fisher.
WELCOME J. W. V.
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
MOTORCYCLE CO.
332 West Flagler St.
GREETINGS
Sun Mattress Co.
222 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Innerspring Mattresses Sold With a
Written Guarantee as Low as (10.0U
GREETINGS TO
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
MR. and MRS.
MAX M. SINGER
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
MAY YOUR VISIT TO GREATER
MIAMI BE MOST PLEASANT
THE ROYAL APTS.
MR. and MRS. M. LIPOWSKY
A Hearty Welcome from the
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JAMES M, FOREST
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Mandate Commission
Majority Declare
Paper Violation
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tine, the British Government y a*
called upon to defend its policy
against the findings of the ma-
jority of the Mandates Commis-
sion that it violates the t~rms
and spirit of the Mandate.
The same argument which C>1-
onel Secretary MacDonald used
in recent debates in the Hous-"
of Commons on the Palestine
question were served up again by
the Government..
It is und?rstood that C I niai
Secretary MacDonald will pr ceed
to Geneva as a delegate ro the
meeting of the Council of the
I-eague which will take plac on
September 8th. If the dun il
does not accept the Whitj Papei
it is to be referred back > Par-
iament in accordance with tne
Government's promise to do s i
Congregation
Beth David
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('onfrregal ion
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New Seats
Anonunces
High Holiday
Services
will be conducted at
THE SYNAGOGUE
(137 N. \V. Third Ave.
by
Rabbi Max
Shapiro
ami
Cantor Louis
Hayman
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(Ages 5-19)
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
9
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
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RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
tM( Indian Creek Drive6-1268 630 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
ther or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning.
Vc l may 00 'suit with them on matters concerning the Jewis commu-
nity, or yejur peiconal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
':.. ring and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In
t confidence.
* CONGREGATIONAL
"Do rot withdraw thyself from
the congregation-"Hillel
Sabbath MTVicea this Friday
evenil g, August 25th at 8:15 1'.
M., will present Rabbi D. Book-
Btaber aa our guest speaker. His
topic will be "Youth and Life To-
day." Services will be conducted
by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
HIGH HOLY DAY
SERVICES
Arrangem nta may be made by
coming to the Temple office for
Rosh Haahana (Wednesday eve,
September 18th and Thursday.
September 14th) and Yom Kippur
(Friday eve, September 22nd and
Saturday, September 3)
A LONG FELT NEED "

The Board of Directors of
Temple Israel through an ar-
rangement with the authorities
of Graceland Park Cemetery, have
set aside a beautiful plot near
the Mausoleum to be designated
as the Temple Israel Cemetery.
Individual and family plots are
available. Families interested
are requested to communicate
with Mr. Herman Wall, chairman
of the Committee, or Mrs. Louis
Zeientz at the Temple office-
IN MEMORIAM
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, ami
comfort all the bereaved among
us."
YAHRZEITS
Issac Eskin, father of Mrs.
Jack Bernstein.
Mathilda Kolherg, sister of
Mr. Adolph Wertheimer.

WELCOME
'
We welcome into our Temple
the following new members:
Dr. B. G. Landau, Mr. David
Weiner. Mr. Herbert M. Burton,
Dr. A. R. Hollender, Mr. Arthur
Treister. Mr. Marvin C. Freed-
man and Mr. Joseph N. Rosen.
RECENT BRIDE
Mrs- Samuel Specter, the for-
mer Miss Ida Engler, whose
marriage was an event of the
latter part of July. Mr. and
Mr-. Specter will reside in
Homestead where Mr. Specter
is engaged in the mercantile
business.
SOCIETY
TO HE
MARRIED
The marriage of Miss Elsie
Weinkle. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Weinkle of Atlanta.
Ga-i to John Kronenfeld, son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld of
Miami .will take place Thursday,
August 31st at 6:30 P. M., at the
Hollywood Beach Hotel in the
presence of the immediate mem-
bers of the families. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate.
Miss Weinkle is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Weinkle. pioneer Miami residents.
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HOW THEY STAND
ADELE SEGALL ............................ 80'900
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ETHEL MINTZER ........................... 37'500
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Zionist Congress
Hears Leaders
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and non-co-operation with the
British Government, but should
give greater attention to the ul-
timate aims of Zionism. Dr.
Goldman deprecated the acrimon-
ious attacks being directed
against the British Government.1
On the matter of Arab-Jewish
relations, he proposed the estab-
lishment of an institute to deal
specifically with this problem.
Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner of
Cleveland, Jacob Fishman and M.
Ribalow of New York spoke in
opposition to Dr. Goldman's first
two points. The American meet-
ing was also addressed by Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland
and Dr. S. Margoshes of New,
York.
Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, Presi-
dent of Hadassah. voiced strong
support for Dr. Goldman's pro-
posals which will probably re-
ceive the approval of a majority
of the American delegation
The delegation adopted a reso-
lution urging the abolition of par-
tisan education and the substi-
tution of unitary schools in Pal-
estine.
Open Doors of Palestine. German
Delegate Pleads to Britain: Not
Weizmann But MacDonald
Responsible: Dr. Silver
Geneva. (WNS)In a speech
frequently interrupted by heck-
ling. Dr. Abba Hiller Silver of
Cleveland counselled the Congress
to steer clear of any "desperate
remedies such as civil disobe-
dience." lest the Jews be exposed
to new disasters. During the
course of his address, Dr. Silver
was bombarded with many ques-
tions and President Ussishfcin
was on many occasions compc'l^d
to call the assembly to order.
Pointing out that "brazen poli-
tical opportunism prevailed thru-
out the world," Dr. Silver said
that the Jews were not the only
victims of the moral decay of Eu-
rope and referred to Czechoslo-
vakia and other nations that had
been betrayed.
Congress Hears Moving Plea By
Czech Jews tor Palestine Immi-
gration: Parties on Right
Charged With Disrupting
Work of Congress
Geneva, (WNS-Palcor Agency)
In what was regarded as the
most moving event of the Con-
gress, Franz Kahn, spokesman
for the eight delegates from the
protectorate of Rohemia Moravia.
described the pressing need of
the Czech Jews for emigration
and appealed to the Congress to
help them immigrate and settle
in Palestine "whither they arc
capable of bringing disciplined
Zionists, creative forces, enthu-
siastic youth and an experienced,
industrious middle class."
Choking back his emotion. Mr-
Kahn spoke briefly of the plight
of the Jews in the Nazi protec-
torate, epitomizing the homeless-
ness and despair which has focus-
ed the hopes of European Jewry
upon redemption in Palestine.
"The Zionist idea is our only
anchor in adversity," he said.
There were rumblings of the
storm stirred by the report on the
Congress eleections, as the Union
of General Zionists withdrew from
further participation in the Con-
gress Court verdict, and the Miz-
rachi repudiated the Court's de-
cision and proposed a four-point
program for reform in the elec-
tions as well as the organization
of the Congress, charging that
the Congress as it is now consti-
tuted was not representative of
the true, forces within the Zionist
Organization.
This action brought the- acCU-
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESChELOFF. Rabbi
823 Mlchlfian Avenue
'Phone R-IS28
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'i'lione 5-i'uia
DAILY SERVICES
Shachariss at 8:000 A. M. daily;
8:30 A. M. Saturday.
Mincha at 0:30 P. M. daily;
6:15 P. M- Friday evening.
Maariv at 7:10 daily; 7:20 Sat-
urday night.
Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday af-
ternoon at 6:30. Rabbi Heschel-
off will preach on "The Portion
of the Week."
Musical selections were rendered
by Cantor Mamcheg, Rabbi Sha-
piro and others.
We all join in wishing the Rab-
bi and his wife nachas from their
son. May they bring him up
LTorah, l'Chuppa ul'Maasim
Tovim.
The brith, held at the Francis
Hospital Thursday afternoon, was
attended by a large group of
members and friends. Mother
and son are doing nicely.

RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
SEAT RESERVATIONS
A special seating committee
will meet at the synagogue every
week day evening next week to
give our members the opportunity
to reserve the seats they want
for the coming High Holy Days.
Members wish to have the same
seats they held last year, or
wishing to change their last
year's reservations, are urged to
make their reservations early.
Best seats will be reserved first.
HIGH HOLY DAY
SERVICES
Arrangements have been com-
pleted to hold to separate servic-
es at each of our synagogue
structures. Tickets will be on
sale shortly- Those unable to
pay for seats will receive them
absolutely free of charge. No
one will be turned away. Plenty
of room for everyone.
Cantor Maurice Mamches re-
ports that the six-voice choir re-
hearsing undelr (his and Mr.
Drucker's direction are showing
remarkable results- He promises
us the most beautifully conducted
of services, and the most musical.
" SHALOM ZACHAR *

The first Shalom Zachar ever
held on Miami Beach was held
last Friday night at our syna-
gogue ill honor of our Rabbi's
newly born son. This beautiful
custom, observed the first Sab-i
hath of a son's birth, was carried
out at lovely decorated tables.
Fruits and drinks were served by
Mr. Max Feit. Messages of
greetings were given by Mr. Feit,
in the name of the congregation.
by Rev. Guttman. Mr. Levy of
Augusta. Ga., Mr. Levin of
Charlston. S. C, Mr. S- Abraham.
Miss L. Simerick, and others.
sation from the Confederation
Congress elections, as the Union
of General Zionists and the Miz-
rachi were delaying the work of
the Congress and "frittering
away its time on petty issues in-
stead of dealing with the princi-
pal issue which is the struggle
against the White Paper"
Moshe Shertok, chief of the
political department of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, closed
the general debate with an analy-
sis of the political problems con-
fronting the Congress, in which
he forcefully emphasized the
paramount importance of acceler-
ating the tempo of upbuilding ano
the pivotal significance of the
national funds (Keren Hayesod
anil Keren Kayemeth) in the fu-
ture rebuilding activities.
Intensive work in preparation
for the High Holy Days Is in
progress in all our classes. Par-
ents, if you want your child to
be familiar with the meaning*,
values, observances and prayers
of the High Holy Days, enrol!
him or her NOW. Classes are
held Monday. Tuesday. Wednes-
day and Thursday mornings.
A SPIRITUAL
DELIGHT
The I
Renowned Tenor \
Cantor Maurice j
Mamches

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Will Chant Services
Assisted by a Choir of
Six Voices at
I
Beth Jacob j
Congregation i
in the New Synagogue
MIAMI BEACH
Rosh Hashonah j
Beginning Evening of
September 13th
and
Yom Kippur
Beginning Evening of
September 22nd
ooo
Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff
Will Preach English
and Yiddish Sermons
Throughout the
Holidays
Make Your
Reservations
at Once
Tickets on Sale for
Both Synagogue
Buildings

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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
WELCOME, JEWISH WAR the duck-pin field by scoring the
VETERANS I combined total of 757 pins to give
--------- | him runner-up position in the
Welcome Ladies and Gentlemen Miami Herald Duck-Pin Tourney,
to the Y. M. H. A. Open House j personally look for Nat to cop
this Sunday, August 27th at the, this tournament and also bring
"Y" clubrooms. All is in readi- more glory to the Y. M. H. A-
ness according to our Executive Of the other Y. M. H. A. players,
Director, Maurice Grossman, to Hal Levinson is second with a
entertain the visiting delegates ( score of 720, Harry Schwartz
and friends to the J. W. V. Con-, third with 717, I-ouie Seitlin. 707.
vlntion The Y. M. H. A as the Allie Berkowitz. 697, Morris
leading organization in the area, Wroobel 661, Milton Friedman
has seen itself fit to play hosts (i'.)l, Marty Hilstein 689. I.eo Lip-
to the 5,000 or more guests who owsky 687. Dave Rosenthal 681,
are expected in town during the Herman Waitsman 678 and Abe
convention. Assisting Mr. Gross- j Weiner 675- Sorry to state
man in making the necessary that Jack Apte. manager of the
preparations are: Mrs. Sidney y. jj h. A. team was taken ill
Stepkin, Mrs. Al Reisman, Mrs. Al ^ as Was Abe Berkowitz and both
Dubler, Mrs. Leon Lieberman. dropped out of the tournament.
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Hurry and get well, boys, we
Harry Shapiro, Mrs. Abe Gold- miss you.
man, Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mrs.; _Y-
Charles Marks and Mrs. Sidney
Palmer.
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l"""1"- erman, Nat Blumberg, Herman
Waitsman, Dr. Harold Rand, Dr.
Samuel Beckman, Irving Querido,
I^-o Robinson, Bill Shayne. John
Kronenfeld, Milton Friedman. Dr.
Barney Weinkle, Bernard Serkin,
Al Berkowitz and Sam
Silver. From the women's com-
mittee: Mrs. Bea Stepkin, presi-
dent has appointed the following:
Mesdames N a t Blumberg, Al
Reisman. Samuel Shindell. Max
Shenkman. Al Dubler. Maurice
Grossman. Sam Specter. Jacob
Rngler. Joseph Simon, Leon Lieb-
erman. Misses Gertrude Mandel,
Dorothy Lightman, Harriette
Damenstein. Irene Cohen and
Ethel Mintzer.
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"Y" RADIO PROGRAM
EXCELLENT
Thanks to the splendid efforts
of our Executive Director. Mau-
rice Grossman, the Y. M. H. A.
presented a most outstanding pro
gram over Station WIOD last
Sunday afternoon. In fact so
many favorable comments were
received about this radio program
that plans are now being made
to sponsor another in the very
near future. Mr. Grossman pre-
DIAMOND BALL TEAM
RETURNS
Dr. Barney Weinkle and his un.
eotvquering heroes returned to
home territory Tuesday after a
short stay in St. Petersburg. Fla..
at the State Diamond Ball Tour-
nament after having been taken
into camp by the Dunedin team,
second ranked in the tournament.
The final score was 7-0. The
The boys are now hard at work
practicing to defend their Golden
Ball Championship in the second
annual WIOD-News Golden Ball-J
Tournament due to start on Mon-
sided as Master of Ceremonies
j iv- u.,.Q,i dav, August 28th. Better luck
introducing the program followed .. .
. ".. .. 1 next time, boys.
by a beautiful piano selection en-1 .
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Congrats to Sam Silver and
Helen Cornbloom who will be
tied in marriage September
3rd at Birmingham, Ala.
Congrats to Mitchell Wolfson
and Arthur Berel. two new life
members and additions to the
Governor's Club.
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titled Kol Nidra played by Miss
Rose Levy. Then came Mrs. Bea
Dock, our damatic coach with a
magnificient recitation. "A Refu-
gee's Grave." After that we
heard Miss Ann Parker of radio
and stage fame in the North, sing
the ever beautiful, "Eli Eli" She
was accompanied by Mrs. Pearl
Reisman. Then came our presi-
dent, E. Albert Pallot who deliv-
ered one of the most masterful
speeches of his career. In fact
it was so good that I am having
it placed in the Floridian this
week for the benefit of those
who failed to hear the program
We sincerely thank the Greatei
Y. M H. A. YOM KIPPUR
DANCE SUNDAY, SEPT. 24.
ADDRESS BY E. ALBERT
PALLOT SUN. AUG. 20th
RADIO STATION WIOD
The world has come to the def-
inite conclusion that upon the
shoulders of youth must rest the
solution of the social and econo-
mic maladjustment which exists
today. For. never before in re-
corded history has youth been put
through the tests to gain physi-
cal and mental finess to cope
with its future responsibilities.
But, unfortunately, like the pro-
verbial saying, "as the twig is
bent, so the tree will grow," we
find that the fanatical zeal of
misguided idealists, in some of
the European countries, have
been bending their youth in pro-
grams reaching even unto the
cradle, so that all the most cher-
ished ideals of true democracy,
life, liberty and the pursuit of
happiness becomes labeled as
blabberings of weak minds. Such
a challenge to the decency and
respect of liberty loving people
throughout the world could not
long remain unchallenged. Not
content with shackling their own
people and inhumanely destroying
their minorities, they have by vi-
cious propaganda through the air
and through smuggled printed
vile and seditious literature, been
endeavoring to delude the youth
of other nations to become inno-j
cent tools in paving the way for
their own future enslavement..
Thank God that the eyes of those'
who cherished the democratic j
heritage their forefathers leftj
them, were opened to their true
intent and brought to light. The;
realization that there is only one j
cure for the poisonous propagan-
da becomes clear and that is to'
put the label on the bottle dis-
closing its ingredients.
The problem of Jewish youth in
this our own land was one which
needed masterful handling- The
physchological effect of which
has been happening abroad must
be counteracted. While spiritual
guidance is all important, never-
theless there must be a physical
outlet where civic consciousness
in the form of clean wholesome
American sportsmanship may be
fostered towards the end that our
hoys and unls become better men
and women and true citizens. To
this end the Y. If. H. A. has ded-
icated its programthat of a
character building youth organi-
zation. To the children from 6
to 14. we have sponsored a sum-
mer home camp where 5 days a
week the children are provided
with an organized, educational,
recreational program of play an!
instruction, nourishing meals, out
of door games all to make then
more alert and provide them wj-
an understanding of the value I
sportsmanship under efficiev-
leadership. The program is noi
sectarian, with an enrollment i f
more than 100- For those be.
tween the ages of 16 and 21, we
have tw'.'orgattized groups, sul
juniors and juniors who govcr-
themselves under adult supervi-.
ion. We sponsor a Boy Scout and
Girl Scout Troop, a drama*
club, glee club, several fraterni-
ties, several sororities, a special
service department, employment
bureau, conversational languae.-
group in Spanish and Amerietn-
zation work, a Sunday Seho' ;.
music classes and diversififi' ath-
letic programs, such as bask
ball, diamond ball and bowling
teams. Our active memVrsh.!,
numbers approximately 1,000.
In all our endeavors, our pruii
aim is to fulfill the terms of
motto.
"Builders of American Youth."
E. ALBERT PALLOT.
Just as a fore-runner to many
organizations in the Greater Mi-
ami area, we make this announce-
ment early of our fifth annual
joint Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Post
Yom Kippur Dance- The place
selected is the Mahi Shrine Tem-
ple at 1415 Biscayne Boulevard.
Admission is nominal. only 50c
per person. There will be many
prizes, entertainment, and re-
freshments. General chairman
Harrv Schwartz has selected the
following members from the Y.
sincere.y tnanK tne taru-r ^ fjmaMmi A1
Miami Rabbinical Asociat.on and ^ Grossman. Leon Lieb-
Rabhi Abraham Kellner in par-|
ticular for graciously alloting the
Y M. H. A. use of their regular
weekly program.
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Mr. J. Barco left Friday f
Hendersonvillo, N. C, where
will join Mrs. Barco. They w
return to the city in the f,
RETURN
TO CITY
Mrs. S. N. Halpert and
Stanton, returned to the city la^t
week after a six week's sojourn
in the North. While in the Nor-
they visited relatives and fi
in Baltimore. Philadelphia lad
Atlantic City.

SOJOURNS
IN NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. I. Roth left f
New York to attend the B
Milah of their grandson, born to
their son, an attorney in N
York City.
Nat Blumberg, the old war
horse first-baseman of the Y. M-
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