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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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VOL. 12.NO. 34.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1939
PRICE TEN CENTS
WAR DANGER ENDS CONGRESS,
IK! RETAINED AS PRESIDENT
laid SUCCESS rnY. Qopnt) nf Florida
URUGUAY COLONY Ja, J %!0rMW .
B nai B nth Convention
Montevideo, (WNS)The Uru-
-------------- guayan press, commenting on the
vn, WNS-Palcor Agency) Dr. Goldman concluded with the success of the first Jewish agri-
Twonty-first World Zionist assort ion that "the world "ill cultural colony in the country.
si which convened to meet not be restored to peace until the
langer of the White Paper great wrong Committed against
i -handed hy the greater dan- Jewry is righted."
t" a world conflagaration.
Palestine Powers
Prepare For War
W all of Europe in the grip
..:. the CongKSa was rushed
lose at one o'clock Thurs-
.rniivp. August 24. hy an
helming majority to retain
War Crisis Places New Responsi-
bilities on l'. S. Jews, Says
Ussishkin
praised the settlement of Tres
Arboles as providing "an illumi-
nating example of what should be
Jerusalem, (WN'SPalcor Agen-
cy)Palestine, together with the
don.' in our own national econo- Mandatory Power, moved forward
The third annual convention of
the Florida Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodges will take place Sei
tember 3rd and 4th in Jackson-
ville, at the Mayflower Hotel
with Dr. Frank Coret of Miami,
presiding.
According to Dr. Coret. pri -
In the closing speech "f the
Congress President Ussishkin
my." The newspaper El Plato rapidly to cope with war and the dent of the State Federation, a
., ., gnwmiw sitmtion nreeeilir'ir it verv Successful and eventful year
said that the success of the col- cmeig has been completed. He states
as military and economic nieas-
ony "must have a favorable in- .......-. ..... .....-........ ,.The Sta,.. Federation organiza-
fluence on the immigration of "* *e taken to conserve food ^ hag provm vit;l, fa,.tl),. ...
the World Zionist Organization U.avintr without knowing "where Jews to Uruguay." Refuting the supplies and distribution and to ,Vnai BVith work in co-ordinating
helm of the administration w. wil, ,,,, tomorrow." allegations made by anti-Semites strengthen the country's defenses, the efforts in the different parts
Dr. '"hnim Weizmann. President sai() that tno delegates were
lewish Palestine during the
two years. night for the whole world." Mr.
greSS President Ussishkin Ussishkin said that "our thoughts
ally closed the Congress, but cn 0ut ,,, t), jew8 ,,f Germany,
f the delegates from Pol- Czechia and other countries where
and other lands who were tomorrow a world conflagaration
ered home before the final ses- ja possible. We tremble at their
' egan were not present to fate."
. the singing of the Hatik- y^c Congress was profoundly
at a moment when hope and birred when the veteran of many
seemed to be the only wea- Congresses made this referen >
at the command of the civ to t|,(, Jewish communities which
world will be the first to feel the shat-
Dr. Weizmann' unexpfct- tering force of war
anpeared in the evening to tn the event of war. he IS I
his leave of the Congres that Palestine will rely heavily
floodgates of pent up emo- Upon the support of the Jews in
t:on and tenseness were broken America and the other democrn-
- words of farewell. For in (.j,,s
Hebrew words of "Shalom
SOt" i Farewell. Until W
Meet Again) were summed up the
of destruction that hung
not only Palestine but 'be
Jewish people.
ie prepared to leave Geneva
Whole Congress Adopts Political
Resolutions
A series of regulatory enact- of the state. At this convention
ments published here included as I will recommend several new
a principal feature a drastic and and very important projects to be
unprecedented hanking law which put in actual operation for the
will severely hit the smaller hanks coming year Mr. Abe Arono-
____________of the country which were the vltz, state Anti-Defamation chair-
the first to feel the uneasiness man, will come from New V ork
IWfl \rp OrdprpH To striking a population expecting to present his report, and Mr
JeWS Are UrOerea IO ,h(, jmni.;m.m.e of war. Harry Simonhoff, chairman o
the Student Union Activities will
Legislation issued provides for ,.,..,,, ;in elaborate and compre-
the maintenance of reserve stocks hensivo report of this work at
of essential commodities, the cen- Tallahassee and the University t
trol of food imports and the con- Florida.
trol of food commodities, includ More than fifty Miami
ing the regulation Of prices and Kates. members and wives ar
pected to leave Saturday n:g -.
by the Seaboard Airline ailwa'
The schedule program of e nts
are:
Sunday morning, registr
; i be foil >wed with th
Declaring that "this is a watch that Jews do not make good ag-
ricultural workers, the newspaper
El Impareiul declared that "The
i- ws are good colonists."
Rebuild Synagogues
Bi rlln, (WNS)Leaders of the
Jewish community here were or-
dered to begin rebuilding syna-
gogues and other buildings de-
stroyed by fire and during the
consumption
Additional
emergency regula-
disturbances of last November, it tjons were ajso promulgated un-
was reported unofficially. The der the British emergency powers
.rder came as a complete surprise act approved by Parliament last
to Jewish leaders who were told weefc'
by Nazi officials th it Jewish
workers may I e employed. Rep-
Although it had earlier
wracked bv inter-party dissen-
ilon the Congress rallied in it
closing hours to present united resentativeg of the Jewish com-
with the emergencies aris- rrn, 0f all partis, resulting in munity announcer! that only two
of the mobilization of tm, endorsement of all politi 'al synagogues will be rebuilt at the
-- of Europe. Dr. Weizmann ^olutior.s by all delegates ox- present time inasmuch as many
that he had but one desire, .,.p. fifteen who abstained from Jewish families had already eml-
.-.11 his friends on the Right, voting, thereby shelving the pro- grated from Germany and the
Left and Center in the Zionist posa]s ,,f tn,, minority presented need for additional houses of
M nent "may meet alive" r garuc], W'einstein of the Jew- worship was not pressing. It was
"If we do. then we will ^ <;taU, party am| M. Ren Tov also reported that the Nazi gov-
nue our work and perhaps ^or tne jjashomer Hazair. eminent will allow Jews to gather
f the darkttesi light may for prayer during the coming
because "nezach Israel Permanenzausschuss Jtecommends ^ hoHdaya Permission to
haker" (the eternity of Is-
ill not be denied -
TV Weizmann decalred that he
his duty in this solemn
to tell England and the
Western democracies that "altho
lews had grievances which
' expressed irt the Congress
irons, the Interests of those
ountries are identical with the
t< ests of the Jews.
Trenches Due at Haifa
n which will be addi
by George C. Blume, may r
Signs of preparadness for war Jacksonville. A luncheon at 12:30
were abundant at Haifa where featuring Mr. Alvin Kartus, pres
trenches were dug and British ident of Fifth District B'nai
cannon mounted, to protect the B'rith will be held. In the at':.
harbor, keystone of British de- noon, general business session, an
fei -,. in the eastern Mediterran- outing and tea for the wives
ean, and the pipe! n<
WAR CRISIS
HALTS WORK
Continuation of Executive gather for prayer on the high hoi- London. (WNS)According to
the delegates and the model in
tiation of the induction of Hyman
S Jacobs, will I i e In the
evening the main banquet '
Dean Walter .1. Matherly of the
University of Florida, and Sidney
J. Kussworm of Dayton. Oh. .
National Treasurer of B'nai B'rith
as the guest speakers will
Renortimr for the Permanen- idays has been granted to J ws newspaper reports here the Home followed by an informal
hu Rev IK Goldbloom in Berlin and not yet to Jew- in Office is faced with the problem ^^
nrono.ed to the Congress that other cities throughout Germany, of what to do with 40.000 refii- y[ond mornjng, business M
IT'l L Lematuma. .itua- ...,__ ,..,... ?" ? K"* v\d "'M 'T, io will be held followed by
propo
owing to the international situa-
tion it was impossible now
Jews living in border towns of of u;11. jt j, believed that all
Fast Prussia were ordered by the nrl|, |.,.fffePS nlav be temporarily
consider .hang.s in the Executive Minisn.y of Wa|. to move ;nto the inU>nu>(i amj released individual-
Coin-
Dr.
and therefore that the Congress
authorize the present Exe i
to continue. The Actions
m
Goldman Denies Americans ex
Are Defeatists
cording to reports ., whon .h(, gtatua of each
or the Actions
Committee consider such action
Trior to Mr. Ussishkin's fare- ,,ft PoaiP Zion. the Hashomer
,;,., however, was directed to whoge (,u(i>Vi win ,, t0 watch all Mea
xtend the present Executive, if JewigJl ai.tivitv in the disputed Aid C
buffet luncheon. In the afn I -
noon the final business ses-:
will be held with election of offi-
cers taking place, after which
adjournment,
Miamiar.'s desiring to attend
this convention are requested tl
which said that the Gestapo may ma(|(i (.u,.ir
set up a special police division
Meanwhile, the German-Jewish
. Committee made public a
Meanwhile an official an- -able received from the Trinidad communicate with Mr. Benjamin
nouncement was issued forbidding Jewish Association. The message Le Vine for reservations-
all food shops to sell to Jews said the refugees were all "nund-
fill of the hospitality of
-peech to the Congress. Dr. neceMary, This report was adop- ^j^ f(. whil.h nti0B cards ful of the hospitality of Great >| EW INDUSTRIES
Solomon Goldman, President of ,(1 unanimously except for the ^ ^^ distributed to the pub- Britain" and that all Jews of n/vp RFFTTPFF^
'he Zionist Organization of Amer- Hazair and the Jewish State ^ J{ ^ ^ ,.(iported that 82, Trinidad, including refugees "are TIIIV Kr.riUCEi^
ica, and head of the American pal.ty together totalled thirty- ^^ Jmn wfc<) h.u, arriv0(1 | completely loyal to England and
delegation, repudiated the charge Qm 'votes. which abstained. Hamburg where they had expect- gratefully pledge their full sup- Tangier. (WNS)Moroccan a -
that the American1 delegation had
instructed a spirit of defeatism
into the Congress, pointing nut
that on the contrary, American
is were anxious to encour-
thorities have given assurances
of their aid in supporting a pro-
Resolution Warns New Policy Is ed to board a ship sailing for port."
Inpracticable. Converting Palestine, were ordered interred (WNS)-The American ,
tmSSL Home into In a concentration camp. p, ^ .^jfcjfc^. e.ablishm, ^
Ghrtto Paris. (WNS)-German. for- refugee cases for immigration to. thousand JHsh emigres.
- eign and -stateless" Jews, as well, the United States until the strain-, ^ MwHm|narv sl,.pv wffl bp
present circumstances.
Declaring that he
cognizant of the exce
sponsibilities resting upon Amer-
ican Jewry in this critical hour,
the Jewish National Home in
was Mly *h!, Je*Z Twenty-Fir. World of rational cards to the entire j and until the work
T^nal re--^ "S^r 5-* J*- -i-ion Population, it was report-. Amei-ican^nat.onals ,
non Amer- _. ed nerc.
Ve every activity and fulfill ev- Aaaerting that nothing can pre- eign and ^"""f 'o*m. I ed"inteationa7"situ\rti ar, uty. especially under the ^ fc contimied upbuilding^f ^ffg^J'J^ *** ^'1^X5 kSt i
return "home and ***** **" togethw
with a representative group
1 new Jewish immigrants.
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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WEDDING
TAKES PLACE
The marriage of Miss Josephine
Marie Kolman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Kolman, to Mr.
Philip Romer took place Tuesday
evening at the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue with Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off officiating. The couple left
for a honeymoon trip through the
state,
LEAVES FOR
HENDERSONVILLE
Mi-. Anne Reisman left for
Hendersonville, N. C, last week
f ft a three we" k't vacation.
CIIETET
i
^^
MARRIAGE
TAKES PLACE
The wedding of Miss Gertrude
Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Fisher of 541C N. E. First
Court, to Perry Marks, so., of Mr. in Miami Beach,
and Mrs. Charles Marks. 2887 S.
W. Fourth Street took place Sun- LEAVE
lay at 4:00 P. M. at the home ef FOR TRIP
32*32*SvS'
BNS T0 | MARRIAGE SIPTIALS
THE NORTH PERFORMED
Rabbi and Mrs Louis Wolsey of The marriage of Miss
after, Ruth Abrash, daughter of Samuel
Abrash of Peterson. X. J-. and
Philadelphia left Monday
spending three weeks vacationing
MARRIAGE
ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steinberg
are announcing the marriage of
their sister, Dorothy Ruth Cohn,
to Leonard Herbert Gross, which
took place Thursday in New York.

LADIES AUXILIARY
J. W. V. CONVENES
The Ladies Auxiliary of the J.
W. V. are now completing a joint
convention which has been held L Marks from Palm Beach and
this week in conjunction with the Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cohen from
J. W, V. National Convention, j Delray Beach. The couple left
Mrs. Malvina V. Freeman, net- for Silver Springs and upon their
ional president, conducted the return will reside at 2338 S. W.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Markowitz of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Axel-
Fort Lauderdale with Rabbi Max road and sons. Benjamin, Jr.. and
FRIDAY 8EPTEMBEB 1, 133?
CLUB IS
ORGANIZED
The Tropical Socialites of
ida, newly organized club.
hold its inaugural party a I
dance at the Harrison Hotel
ami Beach, Friday evening. -
tember 8th. Officers of tl.
ga.v.zati >n are Miss Anne
president ;Miss Gertrude 1>
vice president; Miss Fra
Ginsberg, secretary; Miss Li
Rubin, treasurer; M B ''. .
Beckerman, entertainment
man ;Miss Ginger Winter.-
Miami"Beach/to' Henry Stample.I barship; Mlu Shirley Kraf,
man sn of Mr. and Mrs. Jef-1 Reant-at-arnis. and Mrs A
fries Stampleman of New York.; Brooks, advisor.
took place Sunday at the Wa!-,______________________________
dorf-Astoria with Dr. Morris M,
Goldberg officiating. A racep-
Doris
the
Shapiro of Beth David Congrega-1 Donald, left today for an ex
tion officiating
The bride was given in mar- visit the New York World's Fa
riage by her father and attended They will return to the city
by Miss Marion Fisher as maid latter part of September,
of honor. Paul Marks, cousin of
the bridegroom was best man. A |
reception was held at the Maik-
owitz home after the ceremony.
Out of town guests who attended
the wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
xtended tiin and breakfast followed the
North on which they will cen mony. The bride was attend.
ed by Miss Shirley Stampleman
business sessions held every
morning at the Royal Palm Club.
RETURN TO CITY
Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper re-
turned to Miami last Thursday
from the North where they vaca-
tioned in New York. Boston, and
the White Mountains in New
Hampshire for the past month.
Dr. Pepper visited various clinics
in New York.
Miss Charlotte Rappaport re-
Fourth Street
Mrs. Marks was graduated
The afternoons and evenings have from John Marshall high school
been devoted to sight-seeing in Los Angeles, California and
tours, bathing and various enter- Mr. Marks was graduated from
tainments. There are at present i Miami high school.
131 Ladies Auxiliaries in the
country whose work consists of i UNVEILING
hospitalisation, boycott, refugee, TO BE HELD
and all welfare work. During the The unveiling of a tombstone
past year the Aoxiliaries have to the memory of Mrs. Anna Rap-: Coral Gables returned to the city
devoted their time to organizing paport will take place Sunday,' from a five week's vacation in
fifty Junior groups. Daughters of September 10th at the Woodlawn the North
the Ladies Auxiliary of J. W. V. Cemetery.
All ladies are eligible to join
the Ladies Auxiliary who are ei- JUDAEA
ther wives, daughters, mothers, or MEETS
sisters of a United States veteran .\t the
of any war. the Benj.
Anyone interested in joining is Judaea plans were completed for
requested to please communicate a theatre party to be held the
with the membership committee, early part of October, of which
Essie Bergman. 468 N. W. Fourth the proceeds will be donated to
Street, or Elsie Fhrman. 440 the Keren Hanoar, Palestine Jew-
Fifteenth Street. Miami Beach, ish Boy Scouts. In charge of ar-
Meetings are held on the second rangements is Sophia Tendrich,
and fourth Mondays of each who will be assisted by Sylvia
month at the American Legion Tendrich. Details will be an-
Home, Boulevard and 6fith Street, nounced at a later date. The pub-
Miami, lie is urged to attend.
as maid of honor. Jeffries Stam-
pleman was best man. After a
wedding trip to Cape Cod. the
couple will make their horn- in
Teaneck, N. J.

A. /. A. TOURNAMENT
TO BE HELD
The regional summer tourna-
ment of the state A. Z. A. chap-
ters which will be held in West
Palm Beach Sunday and Monday, j
September 3rd and 4th will be
attended by members of Miami
Chapter 322 of A. Z. A accom-
panied by their dates. All mem-
bers of the chapters in the state'
turned to the city Wednesday af-j will be present to compete in the
ter a six week's sojourn in the various athletic activities. A
North dance to be held in one of the'
prominent hotels of that city will
climax the events Mrs. Nathan
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold of Ad,,lman vj|1 chaperon the group I
FOR SALE:
To people of discriminatii
taste, beautiful two story
en room, two bath home
gtricted residential dlstr
St. Petersburg, Florida. F
additional information, wr
Mrs. J. JACKSON. 1234 E
enth Street. N.. S:. Pel
burg. Florida.
Mr, and Mrs. Mark Max of the
Granada Apartments returned to
last meeting of the city Friday from a five-week
N. Cardoza Young vacation in New Hampshire.
Mrs Mary Silberstein returned
to the city from the North where
she visited relatives and friends.
Dr. and Mrs. II 7. Silverman
"f Miami Beach returned to their
home after a summer vacation in
thi North.
MOST BEAUTIFUL LOCATION
IN ST. PETERSBURG:
Uncontrollable circumstances
force sale of this unusually
attractive, partially furnish-
ed, two >'< ar old home, at a
sacrifice. Owner: Mrs. G. T.
ELLIOTT. 1 7 4 Wildwood
Lane, Driftwood. 22nd Avenue
at 1st Street. South; PI:
M-292.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon return
ed from a six week's visit with
their daughter and son-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Quittner, of
San Marino. California They
were accompanied by their grand-
daughter Isidora Margolis, daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph 1!.
Margolis.
TtiilAVY
VAMISHiS
Paul Margaret
LUKAS LOCKWOOD
Fifty yards from freedom
Yet a thousand miles from
safety!
ioozo
WHOLE
KYE BREAD
MADE FROM 100^
Fresh Ground Whole Rye
Flour, and all HEALTH in.
gredients. Baked fresh dally
in our own sanitary HEALTH
Bakery without yeait by the
famous Swedish formula, giv-
ing unusual laxative qualities
24 Ounce Loaf 20c.
HEMINQTON-MANAQED
HEALTH
FOOD SHOP
AND BAKERY
12 S. E. First Street. Miami
Phone 2-0356
w available
for your vacation
SKY HIGH in the
WHITE MOUNTAINS
Pike, Hew Himpikct
Enjoy the luxury and leisure de-
signed lor a distinguished lew.
S.SO0 acres ol wondrous lores!
beauty, lour sparkling lakes; pri.
vale gol! course on the grounds;
(0 smites ol riding and hiking trails;
tennis, boating, bathing, fishing, all
epoets* Special perfonnancee by
The Yankee TroupersPreviews <4
Hollywood's Finest.
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situ CilslM (0ttr> Lit*)
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ml Moderate Rate,.
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Skirt .-el r.reUg"
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skirt is plaid, pl-atsa
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TRIPAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1939
THE JEWI8H PLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
wJewisti IFIoiriidlii&m
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PLANT AND OFFICES
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B'NAI B'RITH
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
J
m
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
TIPS
(BY SIDNEY L SEGALL)
I nteved a* second class mattei July 4, 1030, at the Pest Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
SUBSCRIPTION
One year ................................................................................................ **
Six Months ........................................................................................... U-0
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1939
VOLUME 12.NUMBER 34.
WAR IN PEACE
This line may sound a bit dated by the time it reaches
your eyes, but the U. S. officials abroad have informed our
I government that war is inevitable, because Hitler is definitely
convinced that France and Britain won't fight. You may
B'nai Briths candidate for! have forgotten, but Hugh Wilson, U. S. Ambassador to Ger-
Queen, Miss Adele Segall, was many, is still on leave\ and at the time of writing it looks as
elected and crowned Queen of the if he wont ever go back. Preparations are already con-
National Convention of the Jew- eluded for a powerful Jewish Legion to fight on the side of
;sh War Veterans of the U. S England if the war does break out. ... It is also said that
The first time a Queen has ever in case of war Great Britain will entrust the Jews of Pales-
been chosen at a j. W. V. Con- tine with the defense of that country. Among those who
vention. A distinct honor to'are hoping that war won't come are the press agents of Amer-
B'nai B'rith for havmK sponsored, ica, who realize that no publicity releases stand a chance in
the winning candidate. The wide-.papers filled with war news. ... In a recent fit of optimism
spread publicity will undoubtedly Naziland and South Africa entered into a new kind of barter
redound to the benefit of our Or- deal South Africa is supposed to give the Germans wool
der throughout the entire United I ^' ^ Gemant Government undertakes to deliver a cer-
tain number of tourists every year to the Union. .
-B-
RED SWASTIKA
MODERN VERSION
Jewish communities throughout the world today feel the
;epercussions of present-dav Nazi-inspired anti-Semitism
threatening the rights, peace and security of the entire Jewish
people. Yet these manifestations of class hatred and the dis-
seminating of scientifically and morally unsound, even false,
IA noctrines are no greater threat to the Jewish people than to
humanity and modern civilization itself. Throughout Europe
the Jew has again taken up his staff and forced to wander in
search of peace, hoping to find in some far-off place, a sur-
cease from weariness. But it is not the Jew alone that is
weary Rather, the Jew has become a symbol, a reflection of
the state of apprehension, insecurity and even futility which
envelope! the entire world, a world gone mad with the insane
rale of the irrational.
Speaking at a Conference recently, Abba Hillel Silver
pointed out that a new era of wandering and migration has
not set in. It is a condition which parallels other periods in
the past. In numbers, the wanderers today are greater, in
r.reas affected, the countries today are more numerous But
in the manner of persecution, the Jews are subjected to the
same harrasing. violence and paganism. MM thVs
no threat to Jewish survival as such other than that which
faces all of mankind. The misery or happiness of the Jew
now. as in the past, the barometer of the well-being and pro-
gress of i.he world.
The Coronation ceremonies at
the Military Ball Tuesday nigh'
drew an attendance in excess of interpretations of the rect-nl Soviet-Nazi non-aggression
3,000 people. News reel cameraLc1 .,,.,, ;| ,\\uw ;, dozen hereabouts. One shrewd observer
men ground away for five major (.|.||ms t|u)l ;t foreshadows the breaking n|> of the Rome-Berlin
agencies B'nai BVith received ,.X|(i;ims why the Italian, and Germans Lav, improv-
recognition for sponsoring the f'- 1 mnntlrn
na! winner. The publicity of ed their fortifications at the Brenner pass in recent months.
course, will place the name of1.....Mother declares:'Either the Soviets will have to import
B'nai B'rith more prominently anti.Semitism or Germany will have to cut it out. but no Berlin
before the local community. Moscow axis can last with such n divergence in policy toward
---------B--------- Jews" Though this isn't exactly our domain, we'd like to
Bouquets to Brother Burnett point out that commentators seem to forget thai a """>-
Roth for doing a grand job of ,, pad is not an alliance. Hie Soviets have had a non.
Chairmaning the sponsorship un- llirir,vssi,)U pact with Italy for a long time, and, for that un-
dertaken by Sholem Lodge. Broth- ^ Qrea\ Britain and France too have had non-aggression
er Roth deserves the praise and ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^^.....,,, ,.,,,,, modern di-
substitute for declara-
llle
l- spect of the Lodge for a
cessful accomplishment in behab plomacy non-aggrewnon pacts nn
of B'nai B'rith. To keep the nan" fioiM of war. .
of B'nai B'rith in the forefront
as the leading Jewish organise- WITFITHFF. REPORT
tion should be the aim of all good Kh* VUttt, KLHIR 1
and loyal "Ben B'riths" Ngw Yorks University in Exile, which is giving jobs to
---------B--------- -ome of the foremost refugee scholars, is setting a precedent.
h< .. W. V. Convention is a ....'. Down in New Zealand preparations are beta* made
success. B'nai B'rith Lodge must for the inauguration of an Exile Department in Auckland Un-
be recognized as a strong factor iversjty College. Distasteful as it is, it is none the less
in contributing to such success ^^ ^ g Jewish organization is very seriously negotiating
It has supported the Convent.on a]e Jewish immigration to Ethopia--------A Jewish
s"tfrsi: rdX n0W ta Ethiopia, ***** ^i^
she rep.es nted In the Queens what We can't understand is why Jews should maJce
contest, and to J. W. V.. whom effortg tQ p,ace victims of Fascism under Italian jurisdiction.
she will represent during the ^ ^ which reminds us 0f the new movement that has
' during been launched ih Germany, for the colonization of Jews on
state Mars Some Nazi scientists insist that it can be done, and
Florida are calling a conference which will be addressed by Buck
Rogers and Orson Welles. Refugee Arnold Zweig is back
in Palestine and declares that he won't leave the Homeland for
Those who believe that the Jew-
New York World's Fair
the week dedicated t<> tht
of Florida known as
Week.
---------B---------
WORLD-WIDE NUNS FLUSHES
New York. (WNS)-The New
Y rk Committee for Jewish Edu-
cation announced the appointment
this week of Dr. Alexander Dush
kin as executive director of the
i I mmittee which is expected to ,
begin functioning next year. Dr.
Dnshkin, a former director of the
Chicago Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, recently arrived from Pal-
estine where he served as Profes-
aor of Education at the Hebrew
University.
i ooo
Paris. (WNS)In recognition
of his services as head of the In- .
ternational Organization to Fight
Cancer, Boris Pregel. well-known;
French Jewish philanthropist.
was made an officer in the French
Union of Hom>r. M. Pregel
vice-preaident of .he execute
committee of the Jewish Health
Society.
ooo
New York. (WNS)-A special
praver for world peace was offer-
ed "in each of the branch syna-
gogues of the National Counc.l of
Young Israel, at the suggestion
of Moses H. Hoenig. president of
the organization.
~22AV3z s sirs sp*. >* -^ a-s^-s
September 3rd and 4th-Sunday that of the Arabs have another guess coming. ... The Jewisn
and Monday. Ubor Day. Sholem Hrthrate couidn't keep up the present Jewish percentage in
Lodge must show up with a strong pa,estire population if immigration is stopped. That
JUST JS 22% 2 ~ is go'odV its Jews is proved by the ^ that
cent strong. Keep high the name M^bi football team of Tel Aviv, now in Australia, recently
and objectives of sholem Lodge! played one 0f the stronger elevens of the Antipedes to a tie.. .
WAR AMONG VETERANS '
Undon. -Because of
the international situation the
third world Youth Aliyah (immi-
gration) conference scheduled for
September 2nd W 4th in Amster-
dam has been cancelled.
See you in Jacksonville, Broth-
er Ben B'rithsthis Sunday and
Monday.
Tlv? telephone number of the
B'nai BVith office given in the
"Jacksonville Convention Plan"
announcement was incorrect.
Telephone 3-3533 and give Ben
Le Vine your reservation. Mail
your check for $9.90 round trip
to h:m at 510 Congress Building
Internal warfare is brewing among th,> Jewish War Vet-
erans, and indication* are that their forthcoming convention
will be a hot one. The faction opposed to .1. George Free-
man, who is credited with being the maker of commanders-in-
Chief at the last few conventions, charges the present admin-
istration with giving Veteran printing jobs to a close friend of
Allen Zoll. one of America's leading anti-Semites. Anoth-
er claim of this faction, which is headed by Samuel Friedman
of Akron. Ohio, is that the Jewish Welfare Hoard lias $4,000.-
000 left over from its world-war collections and that it le-
gally belongs to the Jewish War Veterans. It would seen.
(Continued on Pa?e Four)
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PAGE FOUB
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1. 1939
t_
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phor.e 3-5192

SCHEDULE OF
SERVICES


Morning services daily at 8:00
o'clock.
Mincha services at 6:45 P- M.
Maariv services da.ly at 7:30
P. M.
Mincha services Friday at 6:30
P. M.
Kabolas Shabbos at '3:45 P. M.
Sabbath morning services at
'.': Sabbath afternoon classes at
5:45 .u'clock.
Mincha on Sabbath at 6:30'
P. M.
Shalos Sudas at 6:45 P. M.
Maariv servi.:i i n Saturday at
7:35 P. M.
RETURN TO MIAMI

Rabbi ami Mrs. Kellner will ar-
rive in Miami today after visiting
in the North for the past month.
SERMON SCHEDULE

Rabbi Kellner will preach on
Sabbath morning and teach P n k
in the afternoon at 5:00 P. M.
** ****
BOARD TO MEET

The Board of Directors of the
Congregation will meet Tuesday
evening at 8:15 P. M.. in the syn-
agogue. Mr. II. M. Drevich,
president, urges all members to
attend as important business will
.veiling lit 8:15 P. M. in the syn-
bt> transacted.
SALE OF TICKETS
**#* + >
Tickets for the High Holy
Days are on sale at the Syna-
gogue and may be obtained from
the ticket committee on Sunday
from 10:0(1 A. M. to 12:00 o'clock
and from 5:00 P. M. to 7:00 P. M.
Monday and Tuesday from 7:0(1
P. M. to 10:00 P. M. All mem-
bers are urged to buy their tick-
ets early.
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
(Continued from Page Three)
to us that S4.000.000 in their cof-
f, rs would be a pleasant surprise
to J. W. B. at this timeactively
engaged as they are in raising
funds for their work. Twenty
years have passed since the war
and .1. W. B. no d mbt has spent
that much and more in carrying
- varied program .
DEPARTMENT
LAUGH
Neck-to-neck for honors as the
joke .if the week are two
: from the private stock of
Harry Hershfield. One con-
a Mr. Cinsburg who over-
heard two Germans of the more
type discussing Nazism...
'"The trouble", said one of the
Germans, "is with Hitlerhe's
' worst en' my" Giws-
v>urg couldn't h Ip interrupting
.... -Not while I'm alive!" he
exclaimed. The other tale is
about the Jew who spent all his
time reading Nazi literature and
newspapers. "What's the
idea?" his friends asked him .
"Why don't you read Jewish
books and papers ". Why should
I?" he rejoined. "In the Jew-
ish papers I read only about
Jewish tzoreshow Jews are per-
secuted and starving and home-
lessand it breaks my heart. .
But in the Nazi papers I can read
all about the great power of the
Jews in world affairs, and that
makes me feel lots better" ....
ABOUT PEOPLE
Harry Hershfield will abandon-
his cartooning for good within the
next few weeks and will devote
his time to a daily syndicated b >\
of comment on general affairs,
in the Btyle of Will Rogers .
"Harry Hershfield Says" will be
the title of the feature. .Ma i-
rice s,(iw;utz will l, seen as
King Lear in an English produc-
tion next season. Not
publishers: Arthur Wayne, who
is line of the best editorial writer-
in the English-Jewish field and a
swell make-up idea man, is avail-
able for a good position- The
congregation that fmploys Can-
tor Moishe Oysher, the famous
singer, does not object to hi- per-
forming on the radio or screen,
hut insists that he always US the
title of Cantor. Talking of
Cantors, we understand that Ed-
die Cantor still hasn't a radio
sponsor for next season. Three
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SOCIETY
RESCUES
DROWNING MAN
Life saving training which he
received in Boy Scout camp en-
abled Morton Barch. 13-year{ oId,
of Legon-ier, Indiana, to save the
life of a Chicago man. While in
swimming in I.ake Michigan in
Michigan City, he heard a call for
help and discovered that the call
came from a middle aged man
who had sum another man drown-
ing farther out. Directed by the
oliier man he reached the spot in
time to see a hand sinking be-
neath the water. Together they
managed to get the victim to a
boat and while the boat owner
started for shore Morton applied
arricifial respiration. In a half
minute or so the rescued man he-
can to breathe. It was only when
they were carrying the near
drowning man nnfo >h- shore tha<
Mi rton discovered him to b his
own cousin Barnie Braidman. Mr.
Braidman regained consciousness
in a Mi"hiean hospital two hours
'.:::, r. Morton is the son >f Mr.
and Mrs Oscar Barch, frcq-.:cnt
visitors to Miami, and th1 r<
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ehrlich of
Miami.
prospective sponsors who wanted
him to omit speeches about Amer-
icanism from his broadcasts got
this answer: "I don't intend re-
maining a comedian all my life.
Kit I'll never stop being an Amer-
ican" Sidney Howard. son-
in-law of Walter Damrosh. who
was -o tragically killed in an ac-
cident last week, was one of the
most aggressive anti-Fascists in
this country. He pleaded more
than once with some of the Jewish
producers of Hollywood t i utilize
their tremendous power in th
anti-Fas i-> cause. The Max
Reinhart Workshop, whish is a
school for sta.L'e and Pi rccn ac-
tors, is making a lie hit on the
... The large H illywo id
studios pay the tuition fe fir
some i f their most nol stars in
order that they may get a
gradual irsi in
from the great master. Mi- h:
Elman, whom the Times r ports
iving n i ved a summ ns
fi spei ding near New York, i-
in S nth America on a
tour. .
YOUNG RABBI
37 years Id, married, two chil
dren, well versed in Yiddish
and English: Excellent Chazan,
Organize r.
Wonderful speaker, Hebrew &
Sunday S.hool teach r; SI
for chickens; leader of Torah,
wishes a permanent position in
the South; willing to come for
a trial. Answer THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami
Florida.
Colorado Refugees
Are Given Release
Jerusalem. (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)The 378 refugees seized on
the S. S. Colorado on July 28th
were released, it was reported
here.
To Have Branch Of
Zionist Executive
London, (WNS-Palcor Agency)
The establishment of a eom-
mitt e in America to represent
the World Zionist Executive wa
decided upon by the Executive of
the World Zionist Organization.
The committee consists of Dr.
Stephen S. Wise. Dr. Solomon
Goldman and Louis I.ipsky. It
has ben requested to co-bpt. in
addition, a representative for the
General Zionists A. Hadassah
and Labor.
Key West Notes
APPOINTED
TO POSITION
Raymond Einhorn, af*ouran1
on the University of Illinois busi-
ness staff, has been appointed as
ass stant professor of acountancy
in Misissippi State College
Mr. Einhorn is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Einhorn of Key West.
a graduate of the University of
Florida, ami obtained his master's
degree in accountancy from th
I", of I. iiv 1937
For the past tw i y< ars, Mr.
Einhorn has been employed in the
University of Illinois business of-
fice, working for the last two
months on records of th univer-
sity foundation. He has omplet-
ed all requir ments for a doc-
ir's degree except his thesis.
II appointment will become ef-
fective September 1.
OBSERVE THE '
HOLY DAYS
In Surroundings
Trulv Jewish!
The Well-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
At the Synagogue
1545 S, W. Third Street
SUNDAY
10:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M
5.00 P. M. to 7:00 P. M.
MONDAY
7:00 P. M. to 10:00 P. M.
TUESDAY
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
^AGE FTVE
't
c
ENDS CONGRESS,
WEIZMANM RETAINED AS PRESIDENT
i ( i ui ilined from !'k 1)
"White Piiper as a Violation of the
r u'hls of the .Jewish people. Bnd
. dared that the Jews iimot
:: Miiiese in the reduction of theii
status in Palestine to that of n
m rity nor in the subjection of
the Jewish National Home :> Ar-
ab role."
In the resolution repudiating
the new British policy on Pales-
tine which would reduce the Jews
to B permanent minority
European Crisis
Delays Delegates
I/indon. (WNS-Pal or Agency)
Hundreds of delegates trying
to leave Gen va after the World
y\ mist Congress adjourned have
having so many difficulties
that the London office of the
0f ,.0 Zionists Organization undertook
Yorkville Gripped
By Fear As War
Crisis Mounts
New York. (WNS)Yorkville,
the upper Fast Side section of
New York City, populated mostly
by citizens of German extraction
today feels that the infallii le
Fu hrer had pone too far to re-
treat. Fear of war grips the
German in Yorkville and there
was an atmospdere of tenseness
which struck a new note that
perhaps Hitler could pull no fresh
white rabbit out of the hat.
Edward Arnold, staff writer
for the New York World-Tele-
crani discovered that Germans
ORAYNOO
"OUR LIGHT"
BY HELEN BRAUNSTEIN, EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
SERVICES
Friday at sundown;
at 7:00 A M.
Sat ui (lav
re than one third of the tot-il special measur S in order to oh-
, u i i t-iin dhinnino fanilttfaa *n th-.t have a premonition that now they
population in an Arab-dominati 1 ia,n snipping racinues so tnat
state to be established in ten men and women -till stranded at
years, the Congress stressed the Geneva might get passage at
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
f.-u t that the stoppage of Jewish
immigration (ordered for 1911)
would bring e onomic disaster to
the entire country and iwtrV-
lions "ii land purchas" woul 1 con-
vert the Jewish National H iv.e
;- s ghetto.
Strongly worded, the reso) it'on
r< resented an unequivocal 'tanl
on the most decisive pol'ti-'al is-
sue confronting the futui.....f P*il-
estine. It den!ed the mi t il ad
legal validity of the White Paner
and warned that th new poliijj
:.- impra ticable s'nee it vinM
"widen the gulf between the
Jews and the Arabs" and fail to
; peace.
I- addition to th:s resolution
the Congr also adopted three
other resolutions presented y the
Political Commission headed by
Solomon Kaplansky, Lnboiit"
member of the praesidium. The--'
dealt with the suspension if !""-
'sh immigration for the six
months beginning next Oct il '.
the report of th Mandates Com
mission and the favorable alti-
tude expressed by large section
ef the British Parliament and
British public ooinion in general.
Organization Subcommittee LMi
Five Proposals
There w:i; heated debate ;" the
Organization Commission on '"
roposa! for deoriving Palestine
of the nref rential franchise by
which Palestine receives two del-
te for the nuniher of shekels
i miir d to make other countries
. |ieii f ,r ,... The subcommit-
,... (j, qline with the snecial prob-
i, m of lection methods, however
adopted five recommendations:
n A i iennial shekel 121 the
f. -,| ,i ,t(. for settling the count
,f shekels should be s t at four
nonths before the opening of the
Zionist Congress ;<3) Congress
elections should not be held later
than Jim- 16th "f the Congress
ear; I n the Chairmen of the
elect ion committees in various
mint lies must he named with the
approval of the Zionist Executive
and (5) th total number <>f Con-
,.-. delegates should not exceed
800. The present Congress has a
delegates' roll of 600.
Marseilles for Palestine. More
than a hundred Polish delegates
were still :n Geneva on Monday
unable to return via Germany or
Italy. The Marco Pole, scheduled
to sail from T> ieste for Pan -tine.
i anc lied it- sailing. No air-
nlanes have been leaving Geneva
for Poland and Palestine since
last Friday.
Moshe Shertok, Eliezer Kaplan
and David 1 en Gurion left for
Palestine on Moiv.lav from Mar-
se'lles. Isaac Gru*nbaum and
other members of the Executive
and other Palestine leaders, in-
cludine I eib Jaffe, r maim d at
Marseilles, however, awaiting fa-
cilities. IV. Chaim Weizmann
Prof si- Brodetsky. Berl Lock-
er, Leo Herrman anil Kurt Rlum-
enf Id were in London the early
part of the week, engaged in po-
l-'tical a tivities arising out of
the crisis.
are to h hated as Germans and
not as Nazis. "Fp to now." one
of them said when interviewed,
"it was mostly the Judcn. One
expects the Jew- today to bate
the Germans. But now there is
a universal hatred of the Ger-
man."
PETITIONS FOR PALES-
TINE AND REFUGEE
CONFERENCE
Petitions are being signed in
Orlando by Jews atd noiv Jews to
be placed before President Roose-
velt's Refugee Conference to be
held in Washington in October.
RABBINICAL MEETINGS
Headed by Command r Louis
Baum of the Rachel Baum Post
BOm ten Orlando veterans were
present at the National Conven-
tion held in Miami this week.
Orlando's oldest veteran who Committee meetings have been
served in the Spanish-American held at Rabbi Skop's home wheri
the following Rabbis and their
WORLD- WIDE
NEWS FLASHES
War. Sol Samuels attended with
his son-in-law. Ren Arstein, Bar-
ney J. Cohen, William Berkowitz,
II. N. R ith, J. Ottenberg and S.
Haimowitz attended.
Geneva, i WNS I Ten thousand
of the world's 50,000 Jewish d
tors have be n deprived of their
livelihood- in recent year- by dis-
criminatory legislation, Dr. Ju-
lius Brutzkus of Paris told dele-
pates to the world conference of
Jewish physicians. Dr. Sh' rman,
resident of the Palestine Medi-
cal Association, reporting on the
position of Jewish d ictors in var-
- countries where anti-Jewish
laws are in force, demanded ad-
mission of many more Jewish
physicians to Palestine,
o o o
Vienna, (WNS)- It was pointed
Danzifif Jews Fear ou1 DV !l"' Neueste Wiener Nach-
richten that the n'liiihr ,.,f Jew-
ConCentratlOIl Camp ish births in Vienna had dropped
_______ from an average of 650 in recent
nanzir-. .WNS-Two thousand years to 548 in 1939 and 39 in the
Danzig Jews followed th Euro- first quarter of 1939. The ivc
.can sntuat'on with grave appre- '
1......i in b lieving that if war
broke out many would be sent to
concentration camps. It was
ed that somi f them stil
honed ai lanm ti to flee P
Until foreign i xchanp restr
lion w >re inaugurated w o
- ago, emi rral '< n of Few -
fi nm th's area had progressed -
v e'l that they I ad honed to evae
,-,.,. ,h entire Jewish population
before the end of the year.
i
B'NAI B'RITH
Delegates to th State ''(inven-
tion to be held in Jacksonville on
labor Day included S Haimowitz,
Barney J. Cohen. H. N. Roth,
M. A Skop and M. Segal.
Orlando I idge's local assessment
toward the University of Florida
Jewish Student Union was mailed
wives were geosts in Orlando
with Rabbi and Mrs. Si
On Publi ations: Rab Abra-
ham Kellner of Miami: i n Jew-
ish Music: Rab! i Bogner of Day-
tona Beach; on Curriculum: Rab
hi Adolph Burger of Tampa Re-
ports of the meetings by th Rab-
bis will be made at the annual
nical Conference to be held
next May.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Max Blattner and family
have returned from Miami.
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Mr. and Mrs, Al Damus have
returned from Pittsburgh.
0'
the "imminent extinction of th
Jewish race in the : Austr an
apital."
ANTED
Information is wanted of
i EORGE W. DIAMOND

in
The Jewish community supp >rts
1,000 destitutes, with the aid of
contributions from United Si
sour ea. A month ago, forty-fiv
Jews were drafted to clear land
near the Polish frontier. They
Were recalled rec ntly because of
the cr'sis. The only Jews in Dan
zig who now are permitted to
work are two physicians, a den-
tist, a lawyer and six skilled lab-
orers.
appeared from
X, w Y irk !- M ir h 1939,
ing his wife, Ros unprovided
for and since then has failed
make any pr I hi '
port, as a result of which
i^ j |( jti( i ircumstai i
Mr. Diamond, who is believed
to be in Florida, is !-' V ars of
... a native of Russia. 5 feet
7 inches tall, weighs about 190
pounds, has brown hair
I rown eyes, is a counter-man
and manager of restaurants.
Anyone knowing of his location
is requested to communicate
with the National Desertion B
reau. 61 West 47th Street, New
York City.
Ticket-- are now available for
the High Holy Day s rvi es to be
held at Congregation Ohev S al
om. Mr. I S Frankel, Tr asurer
has mailed to the member-hip in
good standing free tickets. Ef-
forts are being mad,' to enroll
every Jew as a Synagogus and
Community member.
RABBI ADDRESSES
ROTARY
I ast vvi '< Ral p "'as the
guest speaker at the Eustis R
tary Club. His subje I was:
-star- n Sti ipes or Swastil a '.'"
r .11 Rotary club ap-
::. p on its Inter
C mmitti e
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Mian Bi ... 1 I
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OUR "'OIK r.i ;-RANTEED
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1937. Address
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Florida
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIaN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1939 f-.
1 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID *
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
J
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Kabhi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 21473
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR ....... .. JUNIOR CONGREGATION
Daily services at 7:00 a- m., and
6:3C p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
mcrr.ing at 8:S0.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
The Junior Congregation will
conduct its own services, as in
the past, during the High Holv
Days iiv the auditorium of the
B:th David Talmud Torah.
Active in the plans for the Jewish War Veterans Convention closing today are left
to right: William Baros, president of the National Convention Corp.; H. H. Fair, com-
mander of the Freda Markowitz Post 174 of Miami; Harry Wengrow, national comman-
der of Atlanta and Nat Roth, Convention Program Chairman.
These Junior services were in-
augurated six years ago, and are
the only complete Junior services
in the State of Florida. We urge
parents to send their children to
the Junior Congregation.
High Holy Days under the chair- A Junior Cantor and Junior
nanship of Mr. Abe Krorrenfeld. Rabbi will conduct the services
synagogue every A nominal charpe of fifty cents
Daily Hebrew School9:00 a
m., to 12:00.
HIGH HOLY DAY PLANS
The .-rating committee for the J
SOCIETY
Also running with this picture
is "The Lady Vanishes," a mys-
tery thriller with Paul Lukas.
will be made to help defray the
expense of Prayer Books, Skull
evening from 8:00 to 10:00. Those
who desire same seats purchased
in previous years, and other se- CaVs and'Prayer~Shawls.
lect seats please contact the com-
mittee at once, or phone 2-14'.?.
We urge all members and
friends who do not wish to be dis-
appointed, to make their reserva-
tions, for the synagogue is in
readiness, and has been complete-
ly redecorated and re-painted;
new soft cushions have be*n in-
stalled throoghout the synagogue.
**
SUNDAY SCHOOL
ACTIVITIES

We are happy to note the re- ,
sponse of the responsible teach- '
ers in the Dade County schools ;
T7'"" VT' *"*i1 towards theie obligations to Is-
The compltee religious program .....
rael and its Heritage. Many have '
voiced a desire to teach at our I
f r the High Holy Days will
presented in an earlv issue.
b<
RADIO PROGRAM
Institution, and a me'-ting will be |
called in the near future by the
"I superintendent. Mr. Louis Hay-
<** man en<' ,ne H800' t0 arrange a
_,,.- ., I definite program and facultv for
Raohi Max Shapiro will conduct -_,.__ ..,...
,. ,, the ensuing year.
the rad:o program over Station
WIOD this Sunday afternoon Names of the faculty members
from 3:00 to 3:30 P M. Cantor who will be in charge of classes
Louis Haymaiv. accompanied by composed of over 2"i0 children
Mrs. Essie Shaeffer will chant will be announced shortly. Those
appropriate selections. who are interested in the welfare
Rab1 i Shapiro will discuss the of the Institution and have any
subjeit: "Veterans on Parate" suggestions or criticisms to
basing it on the theme of "Ethic* make, please contact the Rabbi
as the Basis for Jewish Life." I or Superintendent.
CRISIS PLAYING
AT CAMEO
Playing in the Cameo Theatre,
Miami Beach, starting Friday,
the Crisis in Central Europe, is
the screen drama behind today's
headlines, called of the rape of
Czechoslovakia. The entire
shooting of the film took plac*
in Czechoslovakia, Austria and
Germany. During the shooting
of the film, one man was killed
and in trying to get the film to
America one man was also kil-
led. Over 200.000 feet of film
was shot but they were only able
to bring over 70,000 feet of film.
The narration is by Leif Eri k-
son and the commentary wa*
written by Vincent Sheehan. The
picture played fourteen weeks in
New York, twelve weeks in Bal-
timore and eight weeks in Phila-
delphia.
Kaltenborn, well known com-
mentator, state- "One of the most
important and dramatic films of
our time. Everyone should s <
it."
Gabriel Heath says: "It's on.'
of the greatest films of the year,"
and Elmer Rice statis "A deeply
stirring human film. It should be
seen by everyone-"
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WHY
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as
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NIGHTS when you are wake-
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Over-taxed nerves are likely to
cause loss of friends, loss of sleep,
loss of pleasure, time missed from
work, family quarrels, physical
and mental suffering.
When you are Nervous, try the
soothing effect of one or two
Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine
Tablets.
Try Dr. Miles Effervescent
Nervine Tablets for Sleeplessness
due to Nervousness. Nervous Ir-
ritability. Nervous Headache,
Nervous Indigestion, "Jumpv
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Congregation
Beth David
Miami'n Pioneer
('onitregation I
Completely Renovati i
Almost Air-Conditioned
New Sc;its
Anonunces
High Holiday
Services
will be conducted at
THE SYNAGOGUE
(137 \. W. Third Are.
by
Rabbi Max
Shapiro
and
Cantor Louis
Hayman
SPECIAL
JUNIOR SERVICES
(Ages 5-19)
at
BETH DAVID
SYNAGOGUE
j 137 \. \V. Third Av*.
I Make Reservations With
j CANTOR LOUIS HAYMAN
or
A. KRONENFELD
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
MOSES VESChELOFF. Rabbi
.;_ Ml h 'nue
'Phone I *
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
) Indian Creek Drive6-1265 530 N\ E. 31st St.2-834S
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
r or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple ev.-ry morning.
Y<.] may co isult with ihsm on matter! concerning the Jewis commu>
nlty, or you.- personal uroblen You will be assured sympathetic
>,... iiiK an! advice, ami, needless to say, sach matter will be held In
BtilCt ooufi'lonce.
ing the immigration laws and al- +-
lowing additional refugee chil-
dren to be brought into this coun-
try over the quota number.
The Veterans voted their abid-
ing faith in the American form of
, government and their unalterable
' opposition and hostility to any
movement program or political
philosophy calculated to over-
throw or in the slightest degree
undermine the present American ****** *
form of government ami particu- Morning- at B:00 A M., Sat-
larly their opposition to Commun. urday. 8:30 A. M.
ism, Fascism and Nazism.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION j
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach !
MAL'RICE MAMCHES. Cantor
7! > Ml h (an Avenue
'Phone 5-2013
*
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
SABBATH SERVICES *
*
This Friday evening Sabbath
services will be held at 8:15 P. M.
honoring the Jewish War Veter-
ans of America. The principal
speakers of the evening will be
Mr. Harry H. Shaffer. Past
National Commander of J. W. V..
Mr. Isidor S. Worth, National
Commander 1938-39 and the new-
ly elected National Commander.
The services will be conducted by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
CONGREGATIONAL

"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation." Hillel, 30
b. c. e.
YAHRZEITS
Rosalie Utitz (mothers of Mrs.
I D. Eichengreen) and Esther
Hirschberg (mother of Mrs. Ber-
nard Fcldman).

HONOR LIST
'* **'
Temple Israel formally records
its profound thanks to the follow-
ing members who have fulfilled a
most important service in the
cause of their organization: Mr.
D. J. Apte. Mr. Jack Bernstein,
Mr Benjamin E. Bronston, Mr.
Harry Kanter, Mr. J Gerald Lew-
is, Mr. Alex Miller and Mr.
Adolph Wertheimer- These mem-
bers were the first to contact the
Cemetery Committee, and to ar-
range for the purchase of plots
in the new Temple Israel Ceme-
tery.
Greetings to the 1,.">00 Veterans
and Auxiliary members attending
the encampment here were deliv-
ered by John Renner, commander
of the John J. Pershing Post of
the United Spanish War' Veter-
ans and by Arthur G. Keene,
Florida vice-commander of the
disabled American Veterans of
the World War. Reports were
made by Maxwell Cohen of Bos-
ton, chief of staff: Vice-Com-
manders Samuel Friedman of
Ohio. Harry Wengrovo of Atlan-
ta, Ga., and Meyer Neuman of
New York and Albert J Bickman
of Trenton. N. J.. National In-
spector.
Dr. Perry Burnstine of Detroit,
national surgeon: Morris Baum-
feld of New York, national hos-
pitalization chairman; Jack Moss
Afternoons at 6:16 P. M.; Ev-
enings at 7:00 P. M.
ery evening from 3:00 P. M. to
9:00 I'. M. for this purpose. 1
desiring select seat- or
hey have been accustom :
are urged to make their reserva-
tions at once
Both synagogue buildir.gs will
le open for Holy Day servi
Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday af- Seats are very reasonable. No
ternoon at 6:30 Rabbi Meschel. Jew will be turned away.
off will preach on "The Portion ^ ^ ,.
of the Week." CONGRATULATIONS *
* ADULT COURSE BEGUN *./ ^J^.,* M/ Philip
**** *'[ Romer. owner of the Zion Food
The study of the laws and cus-i Center, and Miss Josephine Kol-
toms connected with the High
Holy Days has been begun in a
daily lecture period given by Rat>-
bi Mescheloff between Mincha
and Maarir. The public is wel-
come.

RELIGIOUS SCHOOL '
Miss Shpall having returned
pnanzation cnairman; jacK muoa i<,,q-
, x, _. .,, from her vacation, our classes
of Trenton, N. J., chairman of the ... ..
, ..... r>,.;j have been reorganized to gi\e the
rehabilitation committee; David .>, .._.;
_ ... ... __*:l maximum of individual attention
Dellman of New ^ ork. national .u,
... ~____. __ to each student. The study of the
adjutant; Clarence Greenberg of .
,' .. services and observances of the
Philadelphia, chairman of nation- ...... ,.
, ,..,.. i i Hurn Ho v Days is stressed in all
a d saster and relief work, and \'u" ""> >
t u r- i e u,>k,a- V classes. Parents: if you wish
Joseph Greenberg of Hoooken, N. ,._,__
r v *k. -o-oit;on- vour child to observe the coming
J.. chairman of the resolution.- .
... t holidays intelligently, enroll him
lommi ee. rwLk. or her now in our morning daily
Dr. Rabbi Philip Bookstaber.
national chaplain, conducted me-
man of Savannah. Ga., on their
marriage Wednesday evening. The
wedding was held in our syna-
gogue in the presence of many
of their friends. The ceremony
was performed by Rabbi Meschel-
off with the as-istan.v of Rev.
N. Wrubel.
We wish them both a long: and
happy married life.
HIGH HOLY DAY
SERVICES
The High Holy Day services
will be ushered in at our Temple
on Wednesday evening. Septem-
ber 13th at 8:18 P. M., and will
be continued Thursday. Septem-
ber 1-lth at 10:00 A. Iff- The Yom
Kippur services will be held Fri-
day evsning. September 22nd at
8:15 P. M.. and Saturday Sep-
tember 23rd at 10:00 A. M.
The Temple is proud to an-
nounce that there will be no ass-
(s.r-cnt whatever to its paid up
members for High Holy Day
news. Cards for admittance may-
be obtained Sunday. September
10th from 10:00 A. M. to 1:00 P.
M.. Monday. Tuesday or Wednes-
day. September 11th. through
I3th. from 9:00 A. M to r>:00
P. M.
Temple members visiting other
communities during the High
Holy Days are entitled to Cour-
se- y Cards, which will admit
them to any Reform Congregation
in the United States, without
any additional fees. This privi-
lege is due to the fact that our
Temple is a member of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
IN MEMORIAM
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort all the bereaved among us."
At our Friday evening services
the memories of the following
will be hallowed:
RECENTLY DEPARTED
G F. Newburger, Irving Kup-
erberg (brother of Mr. Mitchell
Kuperberg); Joseph Wein (father
of Mr. Sidney and Leonard Wein)
Joseph Cohen (brother of Mrs.
Herman Wronker) and Gus Eise-
mann (brothers of Mrs- Adolph
Wertheimer).
Jewish War Vets
Convene Here
SYNAGOGUE
PREPARATIONS
Tickets on Sale for the
i New Synagogue
and
Talmud Torah
The Jewish War Veteran's for-
ty-fourth national encampment
began Saturday evening. August
28th with a dance at the Nassau
Hotel.
Sunday the placing of a wreath
by Doric Worth, national com-
mander, on the American Legion
monument at Woodlawn Cemetery-
took place followed by the un-
veiling of a tombstone to the
memory of Alfred Lazarus, past
ounty commander of New Jersey.
In the afternoon the formation of
a Department of Florida consist-
ing: of all Florida Jewish War
Veteran Posts was held and Nat
Roth of Miami was elected pres-
ident Open house with a capa-
city crowd attending was held in
the evening at the Y. M. H. A.
Monday the official opening of
the Convention took place, in the
morning business sessions of the
Veterans and the Auxiliary. A
testimonial luncheon honoring the
national president. Malvina V.
Freeman and tribute to Gold Star
Mothers took place. Mrs. Free-
man was presented with a set of
airplane luggage and then in turn
p.-esented Doric Worth, national
commander, with a gift In the
evening memorial services and
Davie Yulee patriotic observance
was held at Bay Front Park with
J. Mark Wilcox as speaker.
Tuesday at the annual encamp-
ntent, the Veterans were called
upon to combat false malicious
reports concerning the immigra-
tion of refugees to this country
from Europe. Of those admitted
S B. Jacobson, of the National
Refugee Service in New York said
only two-thirds were Jews seek-
ing to escape the whims of a
maniac. Afterwards the Veter-
ans at their business session in
the Royal Palm Club adopted a
resolution calling upon Congress
to pass the Wagner Bill modify-
morial service for Jewish war .
dead Thursday. -
Tuesdays program was high- .,
lighted by th" grand military ball
at Miami Civic Center, where the *****
nueen of the encampment was an- Additional machzorim s.durim
nounced. and chumashim have been pur-
The queen was Miss Adele Se- ehased to make sure that every
gall of 013 N E. Fifty-seventh worshipper with us will be prop-
street, who polled 144.000 votes, erly provided for Reservations
Running her a close second for for seats are already in progress,
the high honors was Miss Har- The seating committee meet- tr
riette Tobin who scored 142.600 -----------------------------_
votes. Other candidates were ^^ ,)y R
Ethel Mintzer. Charlotte Drey n q{ ^ ear.
fuss and Belle Tannen. joined the ,
In addition to the business ses- "' j
sion Wednesday, the veterans parade a body.
held their annaul banquet at the The veterans and member, .
Royal Palm Club in the evening the Auxiliary were the guestt, of
Featuring Thursday's program Mitchell *olfson a a pr.va
was the parade in Flagler Street showing of patriotic fita b l
and Biscayne Boulevard, with all Jects at the Capitol Theat* ; ,
veteran and patriotic organiza- Thursday morning .
,,ons in this area joining with the Friday the f.na bu.iness se
.wish veterans in the line of sion of the \ eterans a. d Aux-
jewisn xeuia ^ wij| ^ heU w.th electl0W 0f
^Member, of three garrisons of officer- of both groups taking
the Army and Navy Union here place. Adjournment will follow.
Why Be Old-Fashioned
and Make Enemies?
THE considerate, careful indi-
vidual will use the Jewish
New Year issue of the Jewish
Floridian to extend greetings to
his friends everywhere and not
use the archaic method of sending
greeting cards. Thus you will
not have all the bother and you
cannot overlook a friend and
make an enemy. .
THE Jewish Floridian is the
only proper medium to
greet your friends. It is with you
fifty-two weeks of the year, a
tried and true servant.
A SPIRITUAL
DELIGHT
The
Renowned Tenor
Cantor Maurice
Mamches
Will Chant Services
Assisted by a Choir of
Six Voices at
Beth Jacob
Congregation
in the New Synagogue
MIAMI BEACH
Rosh Hashonah i
Beginning Evening of
September 13th
and |
Yom Kippur
Beginning Evening of
September 22nd
ooo |
Rabbi Moses !
Mescheloff \
Will Preaeh English
an.l Yiddish Sermons
Throughout the
Holidays
Phone 2-1141 and We will be
Happy to Serve You
Make Your
Reservations
I at Once
1 Refugees and those ini
Need will be Supplied
I with tickets Gratis Upon

Application.



PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 193:
NlimillrilMmiiMIIUHM
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCnWARTZ)
Y" TO HOLD FAMILY
PICNIC AT HOLLYWOOD
iMiiiiiiimtmii*
All members and friends of the
Y. \V. and Y. M. H. A. and their
families are cordially invited to
join with the officers at a real
old-fashioned family shindig this
Sunday, September 3rd at the
beautiful Hollywood Beach pool.
Most of you have probably been
there beforeif not. jump int.
your car or "jalopy" as the case
may be, and at 11:00 A. M. we
shall all leave from the Y. M. H
A. clubrooms. Prepare your own
baskets and be sure and bring
something along that everybody
likes.
About two weeks ago a similar
picnic was held and the crowd
attending had such a swell time
that no time was lost in arrang-
ing for this second outingAnting
your bathing suits.
Come earlystay late cause Mon-
day is a holiday (that means no
work >
Remember, this Sunday. Sep-
tember 3rdleaving from the Y
clubrooms at 11:00 A. M.In the
event you miss the entourage
drive to Biscayne Boulevard head-
ing north on Route No. 1 directly
to Hollywoodall told in about
30 minutes of pleasure riding
this will deiver you to the seen*
of action.
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MOVING PICTURE
NITE AT THE "T"
Our JuHor Y. M. H. A. team
managed by Rnlph Grossman and
coached by Al Relsman will have
played their game against the
Southeastern Natural Gas team
by the time this issue reach"*
you. We can only hope that they
fare as well as the Senior Broth-
ers.
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BLUMBERG RUNNER-UP
IN HERALD TOURNEY
Through the laborous efforts of
our finance chairman. Herman
Waitsman, who has as his hobby
picture takingall activities of
the "Y" Home Camp and many
other interesting "Y" affairs will
U? shown in "technicolor" this
Wednesday, September 6th. Hav-
ing had the pleasure of a preview
I can only urge one and all. es-
pecially the parents, to come to
the "Y" next Wednesday night
and really be treated to a gala
evening of fun and entertainment
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' Y WINS GOLDEN
BALL OPENER 3 TO 2
For the third consecutive week
our burly duckpin kegler. Nat
Blumberg. continues to hold down
second place in the second annual
Herald Duckpin Tournament.
Next Sunday the finals will be
held at the Palace Bowling Al.
eys.
I look for Nat to cop the tour-
ney if he topples the pins for a
-''.n total.
Hal Levinson, dimunitive star
is also among the first dozen lead-
ers and (if I he continues his pres-
ent pace should be a prominent
contender for the championship.
Here are the grand total scores
of all "Y" contestants.
Nat Blumberg 1120: Hal Levin
son 1101; Louis Seitlin 1068;
Harry Schwartz 104fi; Al Berko-
witz 104t",; Marty Milstein 1045;
Abe Weiner 1084; Paul Barnett
1023; Dave Rosenthal 1018 and
Modris WroobeJ 97S.
The following boys have only
howled two set-:
Abe Berkowitz 695; Joe Berman
693; Leo J inowsky 687; Milton
Friedman 001.
Good luck boys, and here's hop-
ing you're all among the lead-is.
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"Y" SPONSORS OPEN
HOUSE FOR J. W. V.
Director, Mr. Maurice Grossman.
was the feature of the evening.
Mr. Isidor Worth. National Com-
mander addressed the audience.
This was followed by a skit entit-
1 d "Robber Under the Bed!" The
characters in this play were por-
trayed by Phyllis Schulman, Stan-
ley Tannenbaum and Leonard
Oxenhez who are members of the
Y. M. H. A Stock Company un-
der the diioction of Mrs. Bea
Dork.
The Drum and Bugle Corp of
the Sons and Daughters of the
,1. W. V. rendered several selec-
tions under tho direction of Harry
Schulman. Harry Shaffer. Past
National Commander of the Corp.
introduced the visiting celebre-
ties.
Dave Trager and his orchestra
furnished fine music for dancing.
A jitter-bug exhibition was given
by Margie Roberts and Herby
Cohen. A very humorous ballet
number was rendered by the fol-
lowing:
Musicians: Sherwood Irvine.
Howard Lavin.', Norton Pallot.
Myron Cowen, Carol Band and
Gone Ehrlich.
Dancers: Elmer Spector, Mel-
vin Schaffer. Frank Marks and
Leroy Rubensteilf
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A Message from the Miami Section
National Council of Jewish. Women
(BY MRS. BENJAMIN LE VINE, President)
Miami Section National Council
of Jewish Women at this time de- '
sires to thank the Young Women's
Hebrew Association and particu-
larly their president. Mrs. Sidney
Stepkin, for their cooperation in
Milling us in our work of Service i
to the Foreign Born and the,
Scholarship Fund. Through their
efforts and the kindness of the I
Nadler Brothers of the Nassau
Hotel, 1414 Collins Avenue, week-
ly dances are being held at the
patio of the Hotel and profits
therefrom are given t" the-' two
funds to help us continue in Our
work in aiding the newcome^
and assisting local students whos
parents cannot give them higher
education. Many thanks. Nas-,. i
Hotel. Y. W. 11. A., and Mrs.
Stepkin.
Mrs. Maurice Goldman. Natioi
al President of the National
Council of Jewish Women, w 11
be the guest of the Miami Section
November 4th, 5th and tith. Mrs.
Monte Selig is genial chairman.
Details will be announced in a
later issue
NEWS AROUND TOWN
V ssiree, by the skin of their
teeth, and I do mean skinthe
Y. M H. A. Golden Ball Champs
emerged victorious over the Shen-
andoah Presbyterian Church last
Monday evening a t Riverside
Park.
The boys either were too con-
fident or else they just happened
to run into a pretty good team.
Well, anwhow. they won and that
keeps them in the running to re-
peat last year's triumph.
One of the biggest affairs ever
held in the history of the Y. M H.
A., took place last Sunday even-
ing when w-.. played hosts to the
delegates and friends of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
States. Never before in the his-
tory of the "Y" has such a crowd
gathered in our quarters. Ap-
proximately 1,000 people crowded
every inch of available space.
A fine program of entertain-
ment arranged by our Executive
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MOHEL
PHONE 2-0828
300 N. W. 16th Ave.
Jack Apte, although a pretty
sick man was in very good spirits
the other day due to th" return
to the city of his wife and fam-
ily.
Although our sweet candidate
for Queen of the J. W. V. Ball
finished third we wish to offer
our good wishes to Miss Adele
of the house of Segal upon being
crowned Queen of the J. W. V
Coronation Ball, and to E. Albert
Pallot an orchid in his capacity
of King as the Queen's escort.
Al is leaving for the, B'nai B'rith
Convention in Jacksonville, Flor-
ida. Friday and is heading for
New York from there and is ex-
pected back for the holidays.
Milt Friedman, past president
of the "Y" is now in Brevard, N.
C.. for an A Z. A. convention and
will also leave for the B'nai
B'rith convention.
We expect a large crowd at the
"Y" next Wednesday when Her-
man Waitsman will have a pre-
i view of all moving pictures taken
j during the Home Camp and we
also expect you therei to applaud
, the swell work accomplished by
Miss Dorothy Lightman as camp
| directress and her assistants com-
posed of Harriet Damenstein.
Phyllis Schulman. Ruth Rosen-
feld. Gertrude Brown, Leon Levy,
Mrs. Ann I.ieherman, camp moth-
er; Leon Lieberman, Mrs. Ann
Balland, chef; and Mrs. Ambrose
and Mrs. McCune.
Lets give them a real welcome
next Wednesday

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Dies Committee To
Act On Legislation
Washington. I WNS IClaiming
to hold evidence that the Silver
Shirt Legion, the German-Ameri-
can Bund and the Communist
Party, all have printed propagan-
da in behalf of foreign govern
ments, the House committee in-
vestigating un-American activi-
ties was prepared to act against
William Dudley Pelley. Fritz
Kuhn and Earl Browder as hav-
ing violated the foreign propa-
ganda agents act by failing to
register with the Department of
State. "If the registration act
fails to cover this sort of opera-
tions." Martin Dies, chairman of
the committee said. "then the
statute, of which great things
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ^AGE FTVE 't c ENDS CONGRESS, WEIZMANM RETAINED AS PRESIDENT i ( i ui ilined from !'K 1) "White Piiper as a Violation of the r u'hls of the .Jewish people. Bnd dared that the Jews %  iimot :: Miiiese in the reduction of theii status in Palestine to that of n m rity nor in the subjection of the Jewish National Home :•> Arab role." In the resolution repudiating the new British policy on Palestine which would reduce the Jews to B permanent minority European Crisis Delays Delegates I/indon. (WNS-Pal or Agency) —Hundreds of delegates trying to leave Gen va after the World y\ mist Congress adjourned have having so many difficulties that the London office of the 0 f ,. 0 Zionists Organization undertook Yorkville Gripped By Fear As War Crisis Mounts New York. (WNS)—Yorkville, the upper Fast Side section of New York City, populated mostly by citizens of German extraction today feels that the infallii le Fu hrer had pone too far to retreat. Fear of war grips the German in Yorkville and there was an atmospdere of tenseness which struck a new note that perhaps Hitler could pull no fresh white rabbit out of the hat. Edward Arnold, staff writer for the New York World-Telecrani discovered that Germans ORAYNOO "OUR LIGHT" BY HELEN BRAUNSTEIN, EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP SERVICES Friday at sundown; at 7:00 A M. Sat ui (lav re than one third of the tot-il special measur S in order to oh, u i • i t-iin dhinnino fanilttfaa *n th-.t have a premonition that now they population in an Arab-dominati 1 ia,n snipping racinues so tnat state to be established in ten men and women -till stranded at years, the Congress stressed the Geneva might get passage at JEWISH WAR VETERANS f.-u t that the stoppage of Jewish immigration (ordered for 1911) would bring e onomic disaster to the entire country and iwtrVlions "ii land purchas" woul 1 convert the Jewish National H iv.e ; • • s ghetto. Strongly worded, the reso) it'on r< resented an unequivocal 'tanl on the most decisive pol'ti-'al issue confronting the futui f P*ilestine. It den ed the mi t il ad legal validity of the White Paner and warned that th • new poliijj • :.impra ticable s'nee it vinM "widen the gulf between the Jews and the Arabs" and fail to ; peace. Iaddition to th : s resolution the Congr also adopted three other resolutions presented y the Political Commission headed by Solomon Kaplansky, Lnboiit" member of the praesidium. The--' dealt with the suspension if %  !"•"'sh immigration for the six months beginning next Oct il •'•. the report of th Mandates Com mission and the favorable altitude expressed by large section ef the British Parliament and British public ooinion in general. Organization Subcommittee LMi Five Proposals There w:i; heated debate ; the Organization Commission on '" • %  roposa! for deoriving Palestine of the nref rential franchise by which Palestine receives two delte for the nuniher of shekels i miir d to make other countries |i e ii f r ,„ %  ... The subcommit• ,... (j, qline with the snecial probi, m of %  lection methods, however adopted five recommendations: n A i iennial shekel 121 the f. -,| ,i t( f or settling the count ,f shekels should be s t at four nonths before the opening of the Zionist Congress ;<3) Congress elections should not be held later than Jim16th "f the Congress ear; I n the Chairmen of the elect ion committees in various mint lies must he named with the approval of the Zionist Executive and (5) th total number <>f Con•—,.-. delegates should not exceed 800. The present Congress has a delegates' roll of 600. Marseilles for Palestine. More than a hundred Polish delegates were still : n Geneva on Monday unable to return via Germany or Italy. The Marco Pole, scheduled to sail from T> ieste for Pan -tine. i anc lied itsailing. No airnlanes have been leaving Geneva for Poland and Palestine since last Friday. Moshe Shertok, Eliezer Kaplan and David 1 en Gurion left for Palestine on Moiv.lav from Marse'lles. Isaac Gru*nbaum and other members of the Executive and other Palestine leaders, includine I eib Jaffe, r maim d at Marseilles, however, awaiting facilities. IV. Chaim Weizmann Prof siBrodetsky. Berl Locker, Leo Herrman anil Kurt Rlumenf Id were in London the early part of the week, engaged in pol-'tical a tivities arising out of the crisis. are to h hated as Germans and not as Nazis. "Fp to now." one of them said when interviewed, "it was mostly the Judcn. One expects the Jewtoday to bate the Germans. But now there is a universal hatred of the German." PETITIONS FOR PALESTINE AND REFUGEE CONFERENCE Petitions are being signed in Orlando by Jews atd noiv Jews to be placed before President Roosevelt's Refugee Conference to be held in Washington in October. RABBINICAL MEETINGS Headed by Command r Louis Baum of the Rachel Baum Post BOm ten Orlando veterans were present at the National Convention held in Miami this week. —— — — — — — —— — — —— Orlando's oldest veteran who Committee meetings have been served in the SpanishAmerican held at Rabbi Skop's home wheri the following Rabbis and their WORLDWIDE NEWS FLASHES War. Sol Samuels attended with his son-in-law. Ren Arstein, Barney J. Cohen, William Berkowitz, II. N. R ith, J. Ottenberg and S. Haimowitz attended. Geneva, i WNS I Ten thousand of the world's 50,000 Jewish d tors have be n deprived of their livelihoodin recent yearby discriminatory legislation, Dr. Julius Brutzkus of Paris told delepates to the world conference of Jewish physicians. Dr. Sh' rman, • resident of the Palestine Medical Association, reporting on the position of Jewish d ictors in varcountries where anti-Jewish laws are in force, demanded admission of many more Jewish physicians to Palestine, o o o Vienna, (WNS)It was pointed Danzifif Jews Fear ou1 DV !l "' Neueste Wiener Nachrichten that the n'liiihr ,.,f JewConCentratlOIl Camp ish births in Vienna had dropped from an average of 650 in recent nanzir-. .WNS-Two thousand years to 548 in 1939 and 39 in the Danzig Jews followed th Eurofirst quarter of 1939. The ivc •.can sntuat'on with grave appre' 1 i in b lieving that if war broke out many would be sent to concentration camps. It was • ed that somi f them stil honed ai %  lanm ti to flee P Until foreign i xchanp restr lion w >re inaugurated w o ago, emi rral %  < n of Few fi nm th's area had progressed v e'l that they I ad honed to evae %  ,-,.,. ,H entire Jewish population before the end of the year. i B'NAI B'RITH Delegates to th State ''(invention to be held in Jacksonville on labor Day included S Haimowitz, Barney J. Cohen. H. N. Roth, M. A Skop and M. Segal. Orlando I idge's local assessment toward the University of Florida Jewish Student Union was mailed wives were geosts in Orlando with Rabbi and Mrs. Si On Publi ations: Rab Abraham Kellner of Miami: i n Jewish Music: Rab! i Bogner of Daytona Beach; on Curriculum: Rab hi Adolph Burger of Tampa Reports of the meetings by th Rabbis will be made at the annual nical Conference to be held next May. PERSONALS Mrs. Max Blattner and family have returned from Miami. HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES Mr. and Mrs, Al Damus have returned from Pittsburgh. 0' the "imminent extinction of th Jewish race in the : Austr an apital." ANTED Information is wanted of i EORGE W. DIAMOND in The Jewish community supp >rts 1,000 destitutes, with the aid of contributions from United Si sour ea. A month ago, forty-fiv Jews were drafted to clear land near the Polish frontier. They Were recalled rec ntly because of the cr'sis. The only Jews in Dan zig who now are permitted to work are two physicians, a dentist, a lawyer and six skilled laborers. appeared from X, w Y irk !M ir h 1939, ing his wife, Ros unprovided for and since then has failed make any pr I hi port, as a result of which i^ j„ | ( jti( •* %  i ircumstai i Mr. Diamond, who is believed to be in Florida, is •!-' V ars of ... a native of Russia. 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighs about 190 pounds, has brown hair I rown eyes, is a counter-man and manager of restaurants. Anyone knowing of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion B reau. 61 West 47th Street, New York City. Ticket-are now available for the High Holy Day s rvi es to be held at Congregation Ohev S al om. Mr. I S Frankel, Tr asurer has mailed to the member-hip in good standing free tickets. Efforts are being mad,' to enroll every Jew as a Synagogus and Community member. RABBI ADDRESSES ROTARY I ast vvi • •'•< Ral p "'as the guest speaker at the Eustis R tary Club. His subje I was: -starn Sti ipes or Swastil a '.'" r .11 Rotary club ap•::. %  %  p on its Inter C mmitti e All Kinds Religious Article: Hebrew Rook B. KLEIN 257 <'ollins A\enue Mian Bi ... 1 I 300 Boiki STOP THAT ROOF LEAK! OUR "'OIK r.i ;•-RANTEED NO EXTRA COST Geen at it Sine* 1919—All Types Root. \ r '• %  ,-;'..,Toe Smnll or Large ROBBTNS ROOFING nnd SHEET METAL WORKS :!•!• J4H 223 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705E BREAD MADE IN OLD DUTCH OVEN Crisply brown, and with a true •home-made" aromi fresh breaft come.'from th'. "did Dutch Oven" at the Health %  *">lJS.fi First .t. In this all-brick oven, breads arc baked according W OW time recipci of Swedish, Dutch a: d Ban'ao baKcra. WANTED! Will pay $1.00 each for copies of The Jewish Flori,li;ui issi f Novemher 19, 1937. Address CHARLES LUBELSKY Care P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida ZISSEN of Akron, Ohio in-' now located at PAPA JOE'S 1749 N. Miami Avenue BEER WHISKEY WINE JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Conveniently located in tHt downtown business, shopping end theater district Everyroom aaouts.de room (no couit) with private bath, circulating ice water, radio, (an and bed reading lamp. Suites ol parlor, bedroom and beth. Superior cuisine and service it* The Patio Grill and The Rendeivous. Our Lobby, Dinirtf Roo^i Lounge, Beauty Parlor, Barber Shop end all public roomi arc completely conditioned. More than hell ol our Guci' Rooms art individually air co-dit'oncd---no re>circulation of air from one juett room to another. This modem, hoiptul-epprovcd system is an ciduiiva Icaturc ol The Roosevelt. Drive your automobile into the Hotel Roosevelt Garage, which n directly connected with our Lobby. H Outside Kcems • No Cort • C>'cu'o' q Ice Wore* Tub end Shcer la f.er ? Room A Robert R. M.y.r Hotel



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PAGE FOUB THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1. 1939 t_ MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phor.e 3-5192 • • • • SCHEDULE OF SERVICES • • • • • • • • Morning services daily at 8:00 o'clock. Mincha services at 6:45 PM. Maariv services da.ly at 7:30 P. M. Mincha services Friday at 6:30 P. M. Kabolas Shabbos at '3:45 P. M. Sabbath morning services at '.': transacted. SALE OF TICKETS *•*#*• + • > %  Tickets for the High Holy Days are on sale at the Synagogue and may be obtained from the ticket committee on Sunday from 10:0(1 A. M. to 12:00 o'clock and from 5:00 P. M. to 7:00 P. M. Monday and Tuesday from 7:0(1 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. All members are urged to buy their tickets early. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (Continued from Page Three) to us that S4.000.000 in their coff, rs would be a pleasant surprise to J. W. B. at this time—actively engaged as they are in raising funds for their work. Twenty years have passed since the war and .1. W. B. no d mbt has spent that much and more in carrying varied program DEPARTMENT LAUGH Neck-to-neck for honors as the joke .if the week are two : from the private stock of Harry Hershfield. One cona Mr. Cinsburg who overheard two Germans of the more type discussing Nazism... '"The trouble", said one of the Germans, "is with Hitler—he's %  worst en' my" Giwsv >urg couldn't h Ip interrupting .... -Not while I'm alive!" he exclaimed. The other tale is about the Jew who spent all his time reading Nazi literature and newspapers. "What's the idea?" his friends asked him "Why don't you read Jewish books and papers ". Why should I?" he rejoined. "In the Jewish papers I read only about Jewish tzores—how Jews are persecuted and starving and homeless—and it breaks my heart. But in the Nazi papers I can read all about the great power of the Jews in world affairs, and that makes me feel lots better" .... ABOUT PEOPLE Harry Hershfield will abandonhis cartooning for good within the next few weeks and will devote his time to a daily syndicated b >\ of comment on general affairs, in the Btyle of Will Rogers "Harry Hershfield Says" will be the title of the feature. .Ma irice s,(iw;utz will l, seen as King Lear in an English production next season. Not publishers: Arthur Wayne, who is line of the best editorial writerin the English-Jewish field and a swell make-up idea man, is available for a good position. The congregation that fmploys Cantor Moishe Oysher, the famous singer, does not object to hiperforming on the radio or screen, %  hut insists that he always US the title of Cantor. Talking of Cantors, we understand that Eddie Cantor still hasn't a radio sponsor for next season. • Three "Florida's Largest Tire Brokers' 7 ^ 3AVE 50 PERCENT ON TIRES UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE GRENTNER BROS. UM s. w. 8th St. OPEN EVENINGS PHONE 3-4050 SOCIETY RESCUES DROWNING MAN Life saving training which he received in Boy Scout camp enabled Morton Barch. 13-year{ oId, of Legon-ier, Indiana, to save the life of a Chicago man. While in swimming in I.ake Michigan in Michigan City, he heard a call for help and discovered that the call came from a middle aged man who had sum another man drowning farther out. Directed by the oliier man he reached the spot in time to see a hand sinking beneath the water. Together they managed to get the victim to a boat and while the boat owner started for shore Morton applied arricifial respiration. In a half minute or so the rescued man hecan to breathe. It was only when they were carrying the near drowning man nnfo >hshore tha< Mi rton discovered him to b • his own cousin Barnie Braidman. Mr. Braidman regained consciousness in a Mi"hiean hospital two hours '.:::, r. Morton is the son >f Mr. and Mrs Oscar Barch, frcq-.:cnt visitors to Miami, and th 1 r< of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ehrlich of Miami. prospective sponsors who wanted him to omit speeches about Americanism from his broadcasts got this answer: "I don't intend remaining a comedian all my life. Kit I'll never stop being an American" Sidney Howard. sonin-law of Walter Damrosh. who was -o tragically killed in an accident last week, was one of the most aggressive anti-Fascists in this country. He pleaded more than once with some of the Jewish producers of Hollywood t i utilize their tremendous power in th anti-Fas i-> cause. • The Max Reinhart Workshop, whish is a school for sta.L'e and Pi rccn actors, is making a lie hit on the ... The large H illywo id studios pay the tuition fe fir some i f their most nol stars in order that they may get a gradual irsi in from the great master. Mih: Elman, whom the Times r ports iving n i ved a summ ns fi '• spei ding near New York, iin S •nth America on a tour. YOUNG RABBI 37 years • Id, married, two chil dren, well versed in Yiddish and English: Excellent Chazan, Organize r. Wonderful speaker, Hebrew & Sunday S.hool teach r; SI for chickens; leader of Torah, wishes a permanent position in the South; willing to come for a trial. Answer THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami Florida. Colorado Refugees Are Given Release Jerusalem. (WNS-Palcor Agency)—The 378 refugees seized on the S. S. Colorado on July 28th were released, it was reported here. To Have Branch Of Zionist Executive London, (WNS-Palcor Agency) — The establishment of a eommitt e in America to represent the World Zionist Executive wa decided upon by the Executive of the World Zionist Organization. The committee consists of Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Dr. Solomon Goldman and Louis I.ipsky. It has ben requested to co-bpt. in addition, a representative for the General Zionists A. Hadassah and Labor. Key West Notes APPOINTED TO POSITION Raymond Einhorn, af*our£an1 on the University of Illinois business staff, has been appointed as ass stant professor of acountancy in Misissippi State College Mr. Einhorn is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Einhorn of Key West. a graduate of the University of Florida, ami obtained his master's degree in accountancy from th I", of I. iiv 1937 For the past tw i y< ars, Mr. Einhorn has been employed in the University of Illinois business office, working for the last two months on records of th university foundation. He has ompleted all requir ments for a doc• ir's degree except his thesis. II appointment will become effective September 1. OBSERVE THE HOLY DAYS In Surroundings Trulv Jewish! The Well-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 At the Synagogue 1545 S, W. Third Street SUNDAY 10:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M 5.00 P. M. to 7:00 P. M. MONDAY 7:00 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. TUESDAY 7:00 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. t i i j i i MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Bisctyne Blvd.—1453 S. W. 8th Street 'WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" / CxREYHOUND LINES GREYHOrND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BIS INFORMATION j^, r t


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• wJewish Flaridliai m w ^ 0M8/W/VC T/he Jhewnslh lUinMty VOL. 12.—NO. 34. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1939 PRICE TEN CENTS WAR DANGER ENDS CONGRESS, IK! RETAINED AS PRESIDENT LAID SUCCESS r nY Q opnt) n f Florida URUGUAY COLONY Ja £, !" J£ • %! 0rMW B nai B nth Convention Montevideo, (WNS)—The Uruguayan press, commenting on the • vn, WNS-Palcor Agency) Dr. Goldman concluded with the success of the first Jewish agriTwonty-first World Zionist assort ion that "the world "ill cultural colony in the country. si which convened to meet not be restored to peace until the langer of the White Paper great wrong Committed against i -handed hy the greater danJewry is righted." t" a world conflagaration. Palestine Powers Prepare For War W all of Europe in the grip ..:. the CongKSa was rushed lose at one o'clock Thurs%  • .rniivp. August 24. hy an helming majority to retain War Crisis Places New Responsibilities on l'. S. Jews, Says Ussishkin praised the settlement of Tres Arboles as providing "an illuminating example of what should be Jerusalem, (WN'SPalcor Agency)—Palestine, together with the don.' in our own national econoMandatory Power, moved forward The third annual convention of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges will take place Sei tember 3rd and 4th in Jacksonville, at the Mayflower Hotel with Dr. Frank Coret of Miami, presiding. According to Dr. Coret. pri In the closing speech "f the Congress President Ussishkin my." The newspaper El Plato rapidly to cope with war and the dent of the State Federation, a • ., ., gnwmiw sitmtion nreeeilir'ir it verv Successful and eventful year said that the success of the colcmeig %  at the command of the civ to t |, ( Jewish communities which world will be the first to feel the shatDr. Weizmann' unexpfcttering force of war anpeared in the evening to t n t he event of war. he IS I his leave of the Congres t h at Palestine will rely heavily floodgates of pent up emoU p on the support of the Jews in t : on and tenseness were broken America and the other democrnwords of farewell. For in ( .j,, s Hebrew words of "Shalom SOt" i Farewell. Until W Meet Again) were summed up the • of destruction that hung not only Palestine but 'be Jewish people. ie prepared to leave Geneva Whole Congress Adopts Political Resolutions A series of regulatory enactof the state. At this convention ments published here included as I will recommend several new a principal feature a drastic and and very important projects to be unprecedented hanking law which put in actual operation for the will severely hit the smaller hanks coming year Mr. Abe Aronoof the country which were the vltz, state Anti-Defamation chairthe first to feel the uneasiness man, will come from New V ork IWfl \rp OrdprpH To striking a population expecting to present his report, and Mr JeWS Are UrOerea IO h( jmni ;m m e of war Harry Simonhoff, chairman o the Student Union Activities will Legislation issued provides for ,„.,.„.,,, ;in elaborate and comprethe maintenance of reserve stocks hensivo report of this work at of essential commodities, the cenTallahassee and the University t trol of food imports and the conFlorida. trol of food commodities, includ More than fifty Miami ing the regulation Of prices and Ka tes. members and wives ar pected to leave Saturday n:g -. by the Seaboard Airline ailwa' The schedule program of e nts are: Sunday morning, registr ; i be foil >wed with th Declaring that "this is a watch that Jews do not make good agricultural workers, the newspaper El Impareiul declared that "The iws are good colonists." Rebuild Synagogues Bi rlln, (WNS)—Leaders of the Jewish community here were ordered to begin rebuilding synagogues and other buildings destroyed by fire and during the consumption Additional emergency reguladisturbances of last November, it tjons were a j so promu lgated unwas reported unofficially. The der the British emergency powers .rder came as a complete surprise act approved by Parliament last to Jewish leaders who were told weefc by Nazi officials th it Jewish workers may I e employed. RepAlthough it had earlier wracked bv inter-party dissenilon the Congress rallied in it closing hours to present united resentativeg of the Jewish comwith the emergencies arisr r „ n 0 f all partis, resulting in munity announcer! that only two • of the mobilization of tm endorsement of all politi 'al synagogues will be rebuilt at the -of Europe. Dr. Weizmann ^olutior.s by all delegates oxpresent time inasmuch as many that he had but one desire, .,. p fifteen who abstained from Jewish families had already eml.-.11 his friends on the Right, vo ting, thereby shelving the prograted from Germany and the Left and Center in the Zionist posa ] s ,,f tn ,, minority presented need for additional houses of M • nent "may meet alive" r g aruc ], W'einstein of the Jewworship was not pressing. It was "If we do. then we will ^ <; taU p arty am | M. Ren Tov also reported that the Nazi govnue our work and perhaps ^ or tne jjashomer Hazair. eminent will allow Jews to gather f the darkttesi light may for prayer during the coming because "nezach Israel Permanenzausschuss Jtecommends ^ hoHdaya Permission to haker" (the eternity of Is• ill not be denied TV Weizmann decalred that he • • his duty in this solemn to tell England and the Western democracies that "altho lews had grievances which •, expressed irt the Congress irons, the Interests of those ountries are identical with the t< ests of the Jews. Trenches Due at Haifa n which will be addi by George C. Blume, may r Signs of preparadness for war Jacksonville. A luncheon at 12:30 were abundant at Haifa where featuring Mr. Alvin Kartus, pres trenches were dug and British ident of Fifth District B'nai cannon mounted, to protect the B'rith will be held. In the at':. harbor, keystone of British denoon, general business session, an fei -,. in the eastern Mediterranouting and tea for the wives ean, and the pipe! n< WAR CRISIS HALTS WORK Continuation of Executive gather for prayer on the high hoiLondon. (WNS)According to the delegates and the model in tiation of the induction of Hyman S Jacobs, will I i e In the evening the main banquet Dean Walter .1. Matherly of the University of Florida, and Sidney J. Kussworm of Dayton. Oh. National Treasurer of B'nai B'rith as the guest speakers will Renortimr for the Permanenidays has been granted to J ws newspaper reports here the Home followed by an informal hu Rev IK Goldbloom in Berlin and not yet to Jewin Office is faced with the problem ^^ nrono.ed to the Congress that other cities throughout Germany, of what to do with 40.000 refiiy[ond morn jng, business M IT'l L Lematuma. .itua. ...,__ ,„..,... „ %  ?" — ? K "* v\ d "'M 'T, io will be held followed by propo owing to the international situation it was impossible now Jews living in border towns of of u;11 j t j, believed that all Fast Prussia were ordered by the nrl| | .,.f„ ffePS nlav be temporarily consider .hang.s in the Executive Minisn y of Wa| to move ; n to the inU>nu>(i am j released individualCoinDr. and therefore that the Congress authorize the present Exe i to continue. The Actions m Goldman Denies Americans ex Are Defeatists cording to reports ., whon h( g tatua of each or the Actions Committee consider such action Trior to Mr. Ussishkin's fare, ,, ft Poa i P Zion. the Hashomer ,;•,., however, was directed to whoge ( u(i>Vi win ,„, t0 wa tch all Mea xtend the present Executive, if JewigJl ai tivitv in the disputed Aid C buffet luncheon. In the afn I noon the final business ses-: will be held with election of officers taking place, after which adjournment, Miamiar.'s desiring to attend this convention are requested t l which said that the Gestapo may ma(|(i ( u ,. ir set up a special police division Meanwhile, the German-Jewish Committee made public a Meanwhile an official an-able received from the Trinidad communicate with Mr. Benjamin nouncement was issued forbidding Jewish Association. The message Le Vine for reservationsall food shops to sell to Jews said the refugees were all "nundf ill of the hospitality of %  -peech to the Congress. Dr. neceMar y, This report was adop^j^ f( „. whil h nt i 0B cards ful of the hospitality of Great >| EW INDUSTRIES Solomon Goldman, President of ,„ (1 unanimously except for the ^ ^^ distributed to the pubBritain" and that all Jews of n/vp RFFTTPFF^ 'he Zionist Organization of AmerHaza i r and the Jewish State ^ J{ ^ ^ ,. (iported that 82, Trinidad, including refugees "are TIIIV Kr.riUCEi^ ica, and head of the American p al ty together totalled thirty^^ Jmn wfc<) h u arriv0(1 |„ completely loyal to England and delegation, repudiated the charge Qm vo tes. which abstained. Hamburg where they had expectgratefully pledge their full supTangier. (WNS)—Moroccan a that the American 1 delegation had instructed a spirit of defeatism into the Congress, pointing nut that on the contrary, American is were anxious to encourthorities have given assurances of their aid in supporting a proResolution Warns New Policy Is ed to board a ship sailing for port." Inpracticable. Converting Palestine, were ordered interred (WNS)-The American tm SSL Home into In a concentration camp. p ^ .^jfcjfc^. e.ablishm, ^ Ghrtto Paris. (WNS)-German. forrefugee cases for immigration to. thousand JHsh emigres. eign and -stateless" Jews, as well, the United States until the strain-, ^ MwHm|narv sl ,„. pv wffl bp present circumstances. Declaring that he cognizant of the exce sponsibilities resting upon American Jewry in this critical hour, the Jewish National Home in was Mly h !, Je *Z Twenty-Fir. World of rational cards to the entire j and until the work T^nal re--^ "S^r 5-* J*-i-ion Population, it was report-. Amei-ican^nat.onals non Amer_. ed nerc. V e every activity and fulfill evAaaerting that nothing can preeign and ^""" f '£o£*m. I ed"inte !" ationa7"situ\rti) of y I


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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 193: NlimillrilMmiiMIIUHM THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCnWARTZ) Y" TO HOLD FAMILY PICNIC AT HOLLYWOOD iMiiiiiiimtmii* All members and friends of the Y. \V. and Y. M. H. A. and their families are cordially invited to join with the officers at a real old-fashioned family shindig this Sunday, September 3rd at the beautiful Hollywood Beach pool. Most of you have probably been there before—if not. jump int %  your car or "jalopy" as the case may be, and at 11:00 A. M. we shall all leave from the Y. M. H A. clubrooms. Prepare your own baskets and be sure and bring something along that everybody likes. About two weeks ago a similar picnic was held and the crowd attending had such a swell time that no time was lost in arranging for this second outing— Anting your bathing suits. Come early—stay late cause Monday is a holiday (that means no work > Remember, this Sunday. September 3rd—leaving from the Y clubrooms at 11:00 A. M.—In the event you miss the entourage— drive to Biscayne Boulevard heading north on Route No. 1 directly to Hollywood—all told in about 30 minutes of pleasure riding— this will deiver you to the seen* of action. Y MOVING PICTURE NITE AT THE "T" Our JuHor Y. M. H. A. team managed by Rnlph Grossman and coached by Al Relsman will have played their game against the Southeastern Natural Gas team by the time this issue reach"* you. We can only hope that they fare as well as the Senior Brothers. Y BLUMBERG RUNNER-UP IN HERALD TOURNEY Through the laborous efforts of our finance chairman. Herman Waitsman, who has as his hobby picture taking—all activities of the "Y" Home Camp and many other interesting "Y" affairs will U? shown in "technicolor" this Wednesday, September 6th. Having had the pleasure of a preview I can only urge one and all. especially the parents, to come to the "Y" next Wednesday night and really be treated to a gala evening of fun and entertainment Y Y WINS GOLDEN BALL OPENER 3 TO 2 For the third consecutive week our burly duckpin kegler. Nat Blumberg. continues to hold down second place in the second annual Herald Duckpin Tournament.— Next Sunday the finals will be held at the Palace Bowling Al. eys. I look for Nat to cop the tourney if he topples the pins for a -''.•n total. Hal Levinson, dimunitive star is also among the first dozen leaders and (if I he continues his present pace should be a prominent contender for the championship. Here are the grand total scores of all "Y" contestants. Nat Blumberg 1120: Hal Levin son 1101; Louis Seitlin 1068; Harry Schwartz 104fi; Al Berkowitz 104t", ; Marty Milstein 1045; Abe Weiner 1084; Paul Barnett 1023; Dave Rosenthal 1018 and Modris WroobeJ 97S. The following boys have only howled two set-: Abe Berkowitz 695; Joe Berman 693; Leo J inowsky 687; Milton Friedman 001. Good luck boys, and here's hoping you're all among the lead-is. Y "Y" SPONSORS OPEN HOUSE FOR J. W. V. Director, Mr. Maurice Grossman. was the feature of the evening. Mr. Isidor Worth. National Commander addressed the audience. This was followed by a skit entit1 d "Robber Under the Bed!" The characters in this play were portrayed by Phyllis Schulman, Stanley Tannenbaum and Leonard Oxenhez who are members of the Y. M. H. A Stock Company under the diioction of Mrs. Bea Dork. The Drum and Bugle Corp of the Sons and Daughters of the ,1. W. V. rendered several selections under tho direction of Harry Schulman. Harry Shaffer. Past National Commander of the Corp. introduced the visiting celebreties. Dave Trager and his orchestra furnished fine music for dancing. A jitter-bug exhibition was given by Margie Roberts and Herby Cohen. A very humorous ballet number was rendered by the following: Musicians: Sherwood Irvine. Howard Lavin.', Norton Pallot. Myron Cowen, Carol Band and Gone Ehrlich. Dancers: Elmer Spector, Melvin Schaffer. Frank Marks and Leroy Rubensteilf Y A Message from the Miami Section National Council of Jewish. Women (BY MRS. BENJAMIN LE VINE, President) Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women at this time de' sires to thank the Young Women's Hebrew Association and particularly their president. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, for their cooperation in Milling us in our work of Service i to the Foreign Born and the, Scholarship Fund. Through their efforts and the kindness of the I Nadler Brothers of the Nassau Hotel, 1414 Collins Avenue, weekly dances are being held at the patio of the Hotel and profits therefrom are given t" the-' two funds to help us continue in Our work in aiding the newcome^ and assisting local students whos • parents cannot give them higher education. Many thanks. Nas-,. i Hotel. Y. W. 11. A., and Mrs. Stepkin. Mrs. Maurice Goldman. Natioi %  al President of the National Council of Jewish Women, w 11 be the guest of the Miami Section November 4th, 5th and tith. Mrs. Monte Selig is genial chairman. Details will be announced in a later issue NEWS AROUND TOWN V ssiree, by the skin of their teeth, and I do mean skin—the Y. M H. A. Golden Ball Champs emerged victorious over the Shenandoah Presbyterian Church last Monday evening a t Riverside Park. The boys either were too confident or else they just happened to run into a pretty good team. Well, anwhow. they won and that keeps them in the running to repeat last year's triumph. One of the biggest affairs ever held in the history of the Y. M H. A., took place last Sunday evening when w-.. played hosts to the delegates and friends of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. Never before in the history of the "Y" has such a crowd gathered in our quarters. Approximately 1,000 people crowded every inch of available space. A fine program of entertainment arranged by our Executive REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. 16th Ave. Jack Apte, although a pretty sick man was in very good spirits the other day due to th" return to the city of his wife and family. Although our sweet candidate for Queen of the J. W. V. Ball finished third we wish to offer our good wishes to Miss Adele of the house of Segal upon being crowned Queen of the J. W. V Coronation Ball, and to E. Albert Pallot an orchid in his capacity of King as the Queen's escort. Al is leaving for the, B'nai B'rith Convention in Jacksonville, Florida. Friday and is heading for New York from there and is expected back for the holidays. Milt Friedman, past president of the "Y" is now in Brevard, N. C.. for an A Z. A. convention and will also leave for the B'nai B'rith convention. We expect a large crowd at the "Y" next Wednesday when Herman Waitsman will have a prei view of all moving pictures taken j during the Home Camp and we also expect you therei to applaud the swell work accomplished by Miss Dorothy Lightman as camp | directress and her assistants composed of Harriet Damenstein. Phyllis Schulman. Ruth Rosenfeld. Gertrude Brown, Leon Levy, Mrs. Ann I.ieherman, camp mother; Leon Lieberman, Mrs. Ann Balland, chef; and Mrs. Ambrose and Mrs. McCune. Lets give them a real welcome next Wednesday Do You Own Yeur Home? There never was a better time than now to build one The Liberal Financing Throuan Federal Housing Administration Makes H Possible toll's Restaurant New. Bigaer 4. Better than Ever "When Better and Bigger Meal* i are Served for Our Prices" We Will Serve Them. I NOW LOCATED AT i 1047 N. E. 1st Ave.—2-8956 j Dies Committee To Act On Legislation Washington. I WNS I—Claiming to hold evidence that the Silver Shirt Legion, the German-American Bund and the Communist Party, all have printed propaganda in behalf of foreign govern ments, the House committee investigating un-American activities was prepared to act against William Dudley Pelley. Fritz Kuhn and Earl Browder as having violated the foreign propaganda agents act by failing to register with the Department of State. "If the registration act fails to cover this sort of operations." Martin Dies, chairman of the committee said. "then the statute, of which great things were expected, is without value" Meanwhile the committee, investigating the activities of Pelley, examined the operations of the Silver Legion, th" Skyland Press and other affiliated Pelley organizations. Robert M. Rarker an investigator of the committee. testified that sale of anti-Jewish literature, contributions and mem bership dues in the Silver Shirt Legion had brought Pelley and his organization a total of approximately $175,000. It was also revealed that Pelley diverted to his personal account more than S100.000 of the total amount received during the period from October 1881 to June 1939, and that during the year1984 to 1988, inelusive, Pelley had paid only $216 30 in income taxes The investigation disclosed that Pellev became violently antiSemitic late in 1981 when he moved his offic %  from New York to Washington and then to Ashcville. N. C. from which point he THE nodorn. Brt£7*7 I prool hoi.; la Iht CIIUUCI Ssssl ol downtown r-f?rnS issfcsilllMa, Ev.ry COMFORT room with tub and thowor. soil waitr. rodls. and V.n.tlcm blinds. Eory bod wllh Inn.nprin j maltroM and roadina lamp. Running let walsr on tvsry floor. fOWLAIt-rtlCED COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP Olkn J. I. 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TRIPAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1939 THE JEWI8H PLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti IFIoiriidlii&m PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue B'NAI B'RITH J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor J m Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager TIPS (BY SIDNEY L SEGALL) I nteved a* second class mattei July 4, 1030, at the Pest Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year ** Six Months %  •• %  U-0 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1939 VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 34. WAR IN PEACE This line may sound a bit dated by the time it reaches your eyes, but the U. S. officials abroad have informed our I government that war is inevitable, because Hitler is definitely convinced that France and Britain won't fight. You may B'nai Briths candidate for! have forgotten, but Hugh Wilson, U. S. Ambassador to GerQueen, Miss Adele Segall, was many, is still on leave\ and at the time of writing it looks as elected and crowned Queen of the if he wont ever go back. Preparations are already conNational Convention of the Jeweluded for a powerful Jewish Legion to fight on the side of ;sh War Veterans of the U. S England if the war does break out. ... It is also said that The first time a Queen has ever in case of war Great Britain will entrust the Jews of Palesbeen chosen at a j. W. V. Contine with the defense of that country. Among those who vention. A distinct honor to'are hoping that war won't come are the press agents of AmerB'nai B'rith for havm K sponsored, ica, who realize that no publicity releases stand a chance in the winning candidate. The wide-.papers filled with war news. ... In a recent fit of optimism spread publicity will undoubtedly Naziland and South Africa entered into a new kind of barter redound to the benefit of our Ordeal South Africa is supposed to give the Germans wool der throughout the entire United I ^' ^ Gemant Government undertakes to deliver a certain number of tourists every year to the Union. -BRED SWASTIKA MODERN VERSION Jewish communities throughout the world today feel the ;epercussions of present-dav Nazi-inspired anti-Semitism threatening the rights, peace and security of the entire Jewish people. Yet these manifestations of class hatred and the disseminating of scientifically and morally unsound, even false, IA noctrines are no greater threat to the Jewish people than to humanity and modern civilization itself. Throughout Europe the Jew has again taken up his staff and forced to wander in search of peace, hoping to find in some far-off place, a surcease from weariness. But it is not the Jew alone that is weary Rather, the Jew has become a symbol, a reflection of the state of apprehension, insecurity and even futility which envelope! the entire world, a world gone mad with the insane rale of the irrational. Speaking at a Conference recently, Abba Hillel Silver pointed out that a new era of wandering and migration has not set in. It is a condition which parallels other periods in the past. In numbers, the wanderers today are greater, in r.reas affected, the countries today are more numerous But in the manner of persecution, the Jews are subjected to the same harrasing. violence and paganism. MM th V s no threat to Jewish survival as such other than that which faces all of mankind. The misery or happiness of the Jew now. as in the past, the barometer of the well-being and progress of i.he world. The Coronation ceremonies at the Military Ball Tuesday nigh' drew an attendance in excess of interpretations of the rect-nl Soviet-Nazi non-aggression 3,000 people. News reel cameraL„ c1 .,,.,, ;| ,\\ uw ; dozen hereabouts. One shrewd observer men ground away for five major ( .|. ||ms t | u)l ; t foreshadows the breaking n|> of the Rome-Berlin agencies B'nai BVith received ,. X|( i ;ims wh y the Italian, and Germans Lav, improvrecognition for sponsoring the f'1 %  mnntlrn na! winner. The publicity of ed their fortifications at the Brenner pass in recent months. course, will place the name of 1 Mother declares:'Either the Soviets will have to import B'nai B'rith more prominently an ti.Semitism or Germany will have to cut it out. but no Berlin before the local community. Moscow axis can last with such n divergence in policy toward B Jews" Though this isn't exactly our domain, we'd like to Bouquets to Brother Burnett point out that commentators seem to forget thai a "" % %  ">Roth for doing a grand job of ,„„, pad is not an alliance. Hie Soviets have had a non. Chairmaning the sponsorship unllirir vss i, )U pact with Italy for a long time, and, for that undertaken by Sholem Lodge. Broth^ Q rea \ Britain and France too have had non-aggression er Roth deserves the praise and ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ,, ,.,,„,,, %  „, modern d isubstitute for declarallle lspect of the Lodge for a cessful accomplishment in behab plomacy non-aggrewnon pacts nn of B'nai B'rith. To keep the nan" fioiM of war. of B'nai B'rith in the forefront as the leading Jewish organiseWITFITHFF. REPORT tion should be the aim of all good • Kh* VUttt, KLHIR 1 and loyal "Ben B'riths" Ngw Yorks University in Exile, which is giving jobs to B -ome of the foremost refugee scholars, is setting a precedent. „ h < .. W. V. Convention is a ....'. Down in New Zealand preparations are beta* made success. B'nai B'rith Lodge must for the inauguration of an Exile Department in Auckland Unbe recognized as a strong factor ivers j ty College. Distasteful as it is, it is none the less in contributing to such success ^^ ^ g Jewish organization is very seriously negotiating It has supported the Convent.on a]e Jewish imm igration to Ethopia A Jewish s"tfrs£i: r dX n 0W ta Ethiopia, ***** ^i^ she rep.es nted In the Queens what We can't understand is why Jews should maJce contest, and to J. W. V.. whom effortg tQ p ace vic ti m s of Fascism under Italian jurisdiction. she will represent during the ^ ^ which reminds us 0 f t he new movement that has during been launched ih Germany, for the colonization of Jews on state Mars Some Nazi scientists insist that it can be done, and Florida are calling a conference which will be addressed by Buck Rogers and Orson Welles. Refugee Arnold Zweig is back in Palestine and declares that he won't leave the Homeland for Those who believe that the JewNew York World's Fair the week dedicated t<> tht of Florida known as Week. B WORLD-WIDE NUNS FLUSHES New York. (WNS)-The New Y rk Committee for Jewish Education announced the appointment this week of Dr. Alexander Dush kin as executive director of the i I mmittee which is expected to begin functioning next year. Dr. Dnshkin, a former director of the Chicago Bureau of Jewish Education, recently arrived from Palestine where he served as Profesaor of Education at the Hebrew University. i ooo Paris. (WNS)—In recognition of his services as head of the In. ternational Organization to Fight Cancer, Boris Pregel. well-known; French Jewish philanthropist. was made an officer in the French Union of Hom>r. M. Pregel vice-preaident of .he execute committee of the Jewish Health Society. ooo New York. (WNS)-A special praver for world peace was offered "in each of the branch synagogues of the National Counc.l of Young Israel, at the suggestion of Moses H. Hoenig. president of the organization. £~22AV3z s sirs sp*. >* -^ a-s^-s September 3rd and 4th-Sunday that of the Arabs have another guess coming. ... The Jewisn and Monday. Ubor Day. Sholem Hrthrate cou idn't keep up the present Jewish percentage in Lodge must show up with a strong p a estire population if immigration is stopped. That JUST JS 22% 2 ~ is go'odV its Jews is proved by the ^ that £ cent strong. Keep high the name M^bi football team of Tel Aviv, now in Australia, recently and objectives of sholem Lodge! played one 0 f the stronger elevens of the Antipedes to a tie.. WAR AMONG VETERANS Undon. -Because of the international situation the third world Youth Aliyah (immigration) conference scheduled for September 2nd W 4th in Amsterdam has been cancelled. See you in Jacksonville, Brother Ben B'riths—this Sunday and Monday. Tlv? telephone number of the B'nai BVith office given in the "Jacksonville Convention Plan" announcement was incorrect. Telephone 3-3533 and give Ben Le Vine your reservation. Mail your check for $9.90 round trip to h : m at 510 Congress Building Internal warfare is brewing among th,> Jewish War Veterans, and indication* are that their forthcoming convention will be a hot one. The faction opposed to .1. George Freeman, who is credited with being the maker of commanders-inChief at the last few conventions, charges the present administration with giving Veteran printing jobs to a close friend of Allen Zoll. one of America's leading anti-Semites. Another claim of this faction, which is headed by Samuel Friedman of Akron. Ohio, is that the Jewish Welfare Hoard lias $4,000.000 left over from its world-war collections and that it legally belongs to the Jewish War Veterans. It would seen. (Continued on Pa?e Four) II W. I



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN WEDDING TAKES PLACE The marriage of Miss Josephine Marie Kolman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kolman, to Mr. Philip Romer took place Tuesday evening at the Beth Jacob Synagogue with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. The couple left for a honeymoon trip through the state, • %  LEAVES FOR HENDERSONVILLE Mi-. Anne Reisman left for Hendersonville, N. C, last week f ft a three we" k't vacation. CIIETET • i ^^ MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE The wedding of Miss Gertrude Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fisher of 541C N. E. First Court, to Perry Marks, so., of Mr. in Miami Beach, and Mrs. Charles Marks. 2887 S. W. Fourth Street took place SunLEAVE lay at 4:00 P. M. at the home ef FOR TRIP •32*32*SvS' BNS T0 | MARRIAGE SIPTIALS THE NORTH PERFORMED Rabbi and Mrs Louis Wolsey of The marriage of Miss after, Ruth Abrash, daughter of Samuel Abrash of Peterson. X. J-. and Philadelphia left Monday spending three weeks vacationing MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steinberg are announcing the marriage of their sister, Dorothy Ruth Cohn, to Leonard Herbert Gross, which took place Thursday in New York. • • LADIES AUXILIARY J. W. V. CONVENES The Ladies Auxiliary of the J. W. V. are now completing a joint convention which has been held L Marks from Palm Beach and this week in conjunction with the Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cohen from J. W, V. National Convention, j Delray Beach. The couple left Mrs. Malvina V. Freeman, netfor Silver Springs and upon their ional president, conducted the return will reside at 2338 S. W. Mr. and Mrs. A. Markowitz of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin AxelFort Lauderdale with Rabbi Max road and sons. Benjamin, Jr.. and FRIDAY 8EPTEMBEB 1, 133? CLUB IS ORGANIZED The Tropical Socialites of ida, newly organized club. hold its inaugural party a I dance at the Harrison Hotel ami Beach, Friday evening. tember 8th. Officers of tl. ga.v.zati >n are Miss Anne president ;Miss Gertrude 1> vice president; Miss Fra Ginsberg, secretary; Miss Li Rubin, treasurer; M B %  '. Beckerman, entertainment man ;Miss Ginger Winter.Miami"Beach/to' Henry Stample.I barship; Mlu Shirley Kraf, man s „n of Mr. and Mrs. Jef-1 Reant-at-arnis. and Mrs A fries Stampleman of New York.; Brooks, advisor. took place Sunday at the Wa!-,__ dorf-Astoria with Dr. Morris M, Goldberg officiating. A racepDoris the Shapiro of Beth David Congrega-1 Donald, left today for an ex tion officiating The bride was given in marvisit the New York World's Fa riage by her father and attended They will return to the city by Miss Marion Fisher as maid latter part of September, of honor. Paul Marks, cousin of • • • the bridegroom was best man. A | reception was held at the Maikowitz home after the ceremony. Out of town guests who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. xtended tiin and breakfast followed the North on which they will cen mony. The bride was attend. ed by Miss Shirley Stampleman business sessions held every morning at the Royal Palm Club. RETURN TO CITY Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper returned to Miami last Thursday from the North where they vacationed in New York. Boston, and the White Mountains in New Hampshire for the past month. Dr. Pepper visited various clinics in New York. Miss Charlotte Rappaport reFourth Street Mrs. Marks was graduated The afternoons and evenings have from John Marshall high school been devoted to sight-seeing in Los Angeles, California and tours, bathing and various enterMr. Marks was graduated from tainments. There are at present i Miami high school. 131 Ladies Auxiliaries in the • • • country whose work consists of i UNVEILING hospitalisation, boycott, refugee, TO BE HELD and all welfare work. During the The unveiling of a tombstone past year the Aoxiliaries have to the memory of Mrs. Anna Rap-: Coral Gables returned to the city devoted their time to organizing pa port will take place Sunday,' from a five week's vacation in fifty Junior groups. Daughters of September 10th at the Woodlawn the North the Ladies Auxiliary of J. W. V. Cemetery. All ladies are eligible to join • • • the Ladies Auxiliary who are eiJUDAEA ther wives, daughters, mothers, or MEETS sisters of a United States veteran .\t the of any war. the Benj. Anyone interested in joining is Judaea plans were completed for requested to please communicate a theatre party to be held the with the membership committee, early part of October, of which Essie Bergman. 468 N. W. Fourth the proceeds will be donated to Street, or Elsie Fhrman. 440 the Keren Hanoar, Palestine JewFifteenth Street. Miami Beach, ish Boy Scouts. In charge of arMeetings are held on the second rangements is Sophia Tendrich, and fourth Mondays of each who will be assisted by Sylvia month at the American Legion Tendrich. Details will be anHome, Boulevard and 6fith Street, nounced at a later date. The pubMiami, lie is urged to attend. as maid of honor. Jeffries Stampleman was best man. After a wedding trip to Cape Cod. the couple will make their hornin Teaneck, N. J. • • • A. /. A. TOURNAMENT TO BE HELD The regional summer tournament of the state A. Z. A. chapters which will be held in West Palm Beach Sunday and Monday, j September 3rd and 4th will be attended by members of Miami Chapter 322 of A. Z. A accompanied by their dates. All members of the chapters in the state turned to the city Wednesday af-j will be present to compete in the ter a six week's sojourn in the various athletic activities. A North dance to be held in one of the' prominent hotels of that city will climax the events Mrs. Nathan Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold of Ad ,, lman v j|1 chaperon the group I FOR SALE: To people of discriminatii taste, beautiful two story en room, two bath home • gtricted residential dlstr St. Petersburg, Florida. F additional information, wr Mrs. J. JACKSON. 1234 E enth Street. N.. S:. Pel burg. Florida. Mr, and Mrs. Mark Max of the Granada Apartments returned to last meeting of the city Friday from a five-week N. Cardoza Young vacation in New Hampshire. Mrs Mary Silberstein returned to the city from the North where she visited relatives and friends. Dr. and Mrs. II 7. Silverman "f Miami Beach returned to their home after a summer vacation in thi North. MOST BEAUTIFUL LOCATION IN ST. PETERSBURG: Uncontrollable circumstances force sale of this unusually attractive, partially furnished, two >'< ar old home, at a sacrifice. Owner: Mrs. G. T. ELLIOTT. 1 7 4 Wildwood Lane, Driftwood. 22nd Avenue at 1st Street. South; PI: M-292. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon return ed from a six week's visit with their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Quittner, of San Marino. California They were accompanied by their granddaughter Isidora Margolis, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph 1!. Margolis. TtiilAVY VAMISHiS Paul Margaret LUKAS LOCKWOOD Fifty yards from freedom Yet a thousand miles from safety! ioo zo WHOLE KYE BREAD MADE FROM 100^ Fresh Ground Whole Rye Flour, and all HEALTH in. gredients. Baked fresh dally in our own sanitary HEALTH Bakery without yeait by the famous Swedish formula, giving unusual laxative qualities 24 Ounce Loaf 20c. HEMINQTON-MANAQED HEALTH FOOD SHOP AND BAKERY 12 S. E. First Street. Miami Phone 2-0356 w available for your vacation SKY HIGH in the WHITE MOUNTAINS Pike, Hew Himpikct Enjoy the luxury and leisure designed lor a distinguished lew. 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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN 9 9 ^ TEMPLE ISRAEL MOSES VESChELOFF. Rabbi .;_ %  Ml h • • 'nue 'Phone I 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN %  •) Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 530 N\ E. 31st St.—2-834S MIAMI BEACH MIAMI • r or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple ev.-ry morning. Y<.] may co isult with ihsm on matter! concerning the Jewis commu> nlty, or you.personal uroblen You will be assured sympathetic >,... iiiK an! advice, ami, needless to say, sach matter will be held In BtilCt ooufi'lonce. ing the immigration laws and al+lowing additional refugee children to be brought into this country over the quota number. The Veterans voted their abiding faith in the American form of government and their unalterable opposition and hostility to any movement program or political philosophy calculated to overthrow or in the slightest degree undermine the present American *•****•* form of government ami particuMorningat B:00 A M., Satlarly their opposition to Commun. urday. 8:30 A. M. ism, Fascism and Nazism. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION j Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MAL'RICE MAMCHES. Cantor 7! > Ml h (an Avenue 'Phone 5-2013 • %  %  SYNAGOGUE SERVICES SABBATH SERVICES • •••••••• This Friday evening Sabbath services will be held at 8:15 P. M. honoring the Jewish War Veterans of America. The principal speakers of the evening will be Mr. Harry H. Shaffer. Past National Commander of J. W. V.. Mr. Isidor S. Worth, National Commander 1938-39 and the newly elected National Commander. The services will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. CONGREGATIONAL ••••••••• •• "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation." — Hillel, 30 b. c. e. YAHRZEITS Rosalie Utitz (mothers of Mrs. I D. Eichengreen) and Esther Hirschberg (mother of Mrs. Bernard Fcldman). •••••••• HONOR LIST • '••••••••* **' Temple Israel formally records its profound thanks to the following members who have fulfilled a most important service in the cause of their organization: Mr. D. J. Apte. Mr. Jack Bernstein, Mr Benjamin E. Bronston, Mr. Harry Kanter, Mr. J Gerald Lewis, Mr. Alex Miller and Mr. Adolph WertheimerThese members were the first to contact the Cemetery Committee, and to arrange for the purchase of plots in the new Temple Israel Cemetery. Greetings to the 1,.">00 Veterans and Auxiliary members attending the encampment here were delivered by John Renner, commander of the John J. Pershing Post of the United Spanish War' Veterans and by Arthur G. Keene, Florida vice-commander of the disabled American Veterans of the World War. Reports were made by Maxwell Cohen of Boston, chief of staff: Vice-Commanders Samuel Friedman of Ohio. Harry Wengrovo of Atlanta, Ga., and Meyer Neuman of New York and Albert J Bickman of Trenton. N. J.. National Inspector. Dr. Perry Burnstine of Detroit, national surgeon: Morris Baumfeld of New York, national hospitalization chairman; Jack Moss Afternoons at 6:16 P. M.; Evenings at 7:00 P. M. ery evening from 3:00 P. M. to 9:00 I'. M. for this purpose. 1 desiring select seator •hey have been accustom : are urged to make their reservations at once Both synagogue buildir.gs will le open for Holy Day servi Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday afSeats are very reasonable. No ternoon at 6:30 Rabbi Meschel. Jew will be turned away. off will preach on "The Portion ^ ^ ,.•••••• of the Week." CONGRATULATIONS ADULT COURSE BEGUN • *./ ^J^.,* M / Phili p • •••**•** *'[ Romer. owner of the Zion Food The study of the laws and cus-i Center, and Miss Josephine Koltoms connected with the High Holy Days has been begun in a daily lecture period given by Rat>bi Mescheloff between Mincha and Maarir. The public is welcome. • •••••••••• RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Miss Shpall having returned pnanzation cnairman; jacK muoa „I<,„,Q, x %  _. .,, from her vacation, our classes of Trenton, N. J., chairman of the ... .. ..... r>„,.;j have been reorganized to gi\e the rehabilitation committee; David „ %  % %  > ..„_.;„„ _„ ... ... __*:—l maximum of individual attention Dellman of New ^ ork. national .u, ... „, ~ „__ „* to each student. The study of the adjutant; Clarence Greenberg of „,' .. services and observances of the Philadelphia, chairman of nation_ ,. ,..,.. i i Hurn Ho v Days is stressed in all a d saster and relief work, and \' u ""•> > t u ri e u,>k,a-„„ V classes. Parents: if you wish Joseph Greenberg of Hoooken, N. ,._,__ r v %  • *k. -o-oi„t;onvour child to observe the coming J.. chairman of the resolution.• ... t holidays intelligently, enroll him lommi ee. rwL !" k. or her now in our morning daily Dr. Rabbi Philip Bookstaber. national chaplain, conducted meman of Savannah. Ga., on their marriage Wednesday evening. The wedding was held in our synagogue in the presence of many of their friends. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Mescheloff with the as-istan.v of Rev. N. Wrubel. We wish them both a long: and happy married life. HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES The High Holy Day services will be ushered in at our Temple on Wednesday evening. September 13th at 8:18 P. M., and will be continued Thursday. September 1-lth at 10:00 A. IffThe Yom Kippur services will be held Friday evsning. September 22nd at 8:15 P. M.. and Saturday September 23rd at 10:00 A. M. The Temple is proud to announce that there will be no ass(s. r -cnt whatever to its paid up members for High Holy Day news. Cards for admittance maybe obtained Sunday. September 10th from 10:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.. Monday. Tuesday or Wednesday. September 11th. through I3th. from 9:00 A. M to r>:00 P. M. Temple members visiting other communities during the High Holy Days are entitled to Coursey Cards, which will admit them to any Reform Congregation in the United States, without any additional fees. This privilege is due to the fact that our Temple is a member of the Union of American Hebrew CongregaIN MEMORIAM "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort all the bereaved among us." At our Friday evening services the memories of the following will be hallowed: RECENTLY DEPARTED G F. Newburger, Irving Kuperberg (brother of Mr. Mitchell Kuperberg); Joseph Wein (father of Mr. Sidney and Leonard Wein) Joseph Cohen (brother of Mrs. Herman Wronker) and Gus Eisemann (brothers of MrsAdolph Wertheimer). Jewish War Vets Convene Here SYNAGOGUE PREPARATIONS Tickets on Sale for the i New Synagogue and Talmud Torah The Jewish War Veteran's forty-fourth national encampment began Saturday evening. August 28th with a dance at the Nassau Hotel. Sunday the placing of a wreath by Doric Worth, national commander, on the American Legion monument at Woodlawn Cemeterytook place followed by the unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of Alfred Lazarus, past %  ounty commander of New Jersey. In the afternoon the formation of a Department of Florida consisting: of all Florida Jewish War Veteran Posts was held and Nat Roth of Miami was elected president Open house with a capacity crowd attending was held in the evening at the Y. M. H. A. Monday the official opening of the Convention took place, in the morning business sessions of the Veterans and the Auxiliary. A testimonial luncheon honoring the national president. Malvina V. Freeman and tribute to Gold Star Mothers took place. Mrs. Freeman was presented with a set of airplane luggage and then in turn p.-esented Doric Worth, national commander, with a gift In the evening memorial services and Davie Yulee patriotic observance was held at Bay Front Park with J. Mark Wilcox as speaker. Tuesday at the annual encampntent, the Veterans were called upon to combat false malicious reports concerning the immigration of refugees to this country from Europe. Of those admitted S B. Jacobson, of the National Refugee Service in New York said only two-thirds were Jews seeking to escape the whims of a maniac. Afterwards the Veterans at their business session in the Royal Palm Club adopted a resolution calling upon Congress to pass the Wagner Bill modifymorial service for Jewish war dead Thursday. Tuesdays program was high., lighted by th" grand military ball at Miami Civic Center, where the ***** nueen of the encampment was anAdditional machzorim s.durim nounced and chumashim have been purThe queen was Miss Adele Seehased to make sure that every gall of 013 N E. Fifty-seventh worshipper with us will be propstreet, who polled 144.000 votes, erly provided for Reservations Running her a close second for for seats are already in progress, the high honors was Miss HarThe seating committee meettr riette Tobin who scored 142.600 _— votes. Other candidates were ^^ )y R Ethel Mintzer. Charlotte Drey n Q{ ^ ear fuss and Belle Tannen. joined the In addition to the business ses"' j sion Wednesday, the veterans parade a body. held their annaul banquet at the The veterans and member, Royal Palm Club in the evening the Auxiliary were the guestt, of Featuring Thursday's program Mitchell *olfson a a pr.va was the parade in Flagler Street showing of patriotic fita b l and Biscayne Boulevard, with all Jects at the Capitol Theat* ; veteran and patriotic organizaThursday morning ,,ons in this area joining with the Friday the f.na bu.iness se .wish veterans in the line of sion of the \ eterans a. d Auxjewisn xeuia ^ wij| ^ heU w th electl0W 0 f ^Member, of three garrisons of officerof both groups taking the Army and Navy Union here place. Adjournment will follow. Why Be Old-Fashioned and Make Enemies? T HE considerate, careful individual will use the Jewish New Year issue of the Jewish Floridian to extend greetings to his friends everywhere and not use the archaic method of sending greeting cards. Thus you will not have all the bother and you cannot overlook a friend and make an enemy. T HE Jewish Floridian is the only proper medium to greet your friends. It is with you fifty-two weeks of the year, a tried and true servant. A SPIRITUAL DELIGHT The Renowned Tenor Cantor Maurice Mamches Will Chant Services Assisted by a Choir of Six Voices at Beth Jacob Congregation in the New Synagogue MIAMI BEACH Rosh Hashonah i Beginning Evening of September 13th and | Yom Kippur Beginning Evening of September 22nd ooo | Rabbi Moses Mescheloff \ Will Preaeh English an.l Yiddish Sermons Throughout the Holidays Phone 2-1141 and We will be Happy to Serve You Make Your Reservations I at Once 1 Refugees and those ini Need will be Supplied I with tickets Gratis Upon Application.



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1939 f—-. 1 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) J 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Kabhi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 21473 Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR % %  — %  — %  —. .. % %  JUNIOR CONGREGATION Daily services at 7:00 am., and 6:3C p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday mcrr.ing at 8:S0. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. The Junior Congregation will conduct its own services, as in the past, during the High Holv Days iiv the auditorium of the B:th David Talmud Torah. Active in the plans for the Jewish War Veterans Convention closing today are left to right: William Baros, president of the National Convention Corp.; H. H. Fair, commander of the Freda Markowitz Post 174 of Miami; Harry Wengrow, national commander of Atlanta and Nat Roth, Convention Program Chairman. These Junior services were inaugurated six years ago, and are the only complete Junior services in the State of Florida. We urge parents to send their children to the Junior Congregation. High Holy Days under the chair! A Junior Cantor and Junior nanship of Mr. Abe Krorrenfeld. Rabbi will conduct the services synagogue every A nominal charpe of fifty cents Daily Hebrew School—9:00 a m., to 12:00. • HIGH HOLY DAY PLANS • The .-rating committee for the J SOCIETY Also running with this picture is "The Lady Vanishes," a mystery thriller with Paul Lukas. will be made to help defray the expense of Prayer Books, Skull evening from 8:00 to 10:00. Those who desire same seats purchased in previous years, and other seCaVs and'Prayer~Shawls. lect seats please contact the committee at once, or phone 2-14'.?. We urge all members and friends who do not wish to be disappointed, to make their reservations, for the synagogue is in readiness, and has been completely redecorated and re-painted; new soft cushions have be*n installed throoghout the synagogue. • • •••••**••• SUNDAY SCHOOL ACTIVITIES • ••••••••• •• We are happy to note the re, sponse of the responsible teach' ers in the Dade County schools ; T 7'"" VT' *"*i1 towards theie obligations to IsThe compltee religious program ..... rael and its Heritage. Many have voiced a desire to teach at our I f r the High Holy Days will presented in an earlv issue. b< RADIO PROGRAM Institution, and a me'-ting will be | • called in the near future by the "I superintendent. Mr. Louis Hay• • %  • • • < • man en< ,ne H 800 t0 arrange a _,,.- „, ., I definite program and facultv for Raohi Max Shapiro will conduct -_,.__ ..,.„.. ,. ,, the ensuing year. the rad:o program over Station WIOD this Sunday afternoon Names of the faculty members from 3:00 to 3:30 P M. Cantor who will be in charge of classes Louis Haymaiv. accompanied by composed of over 2"i0 children Mrs. Essie Shaeffer will chant will be announced shortly. Those appropriate selections. %  who are interested in the welfare Rab 1 i Shapiro will discuss the of the Institution and have any subjeit: "Veterans on Parate" suggestions or criticisms to basing it on the theme of "Ethic* make, please contact the Rabbi as the Basis for Jewish Life." I or Superintendent. •CRISIS PLAYING AT CAMEO Playing in the Cameo Theatre, Miami Beach, starting Friday, the Crisis in Central Europe, is the screen drama behind today's headlines, called of the rape of Czechoslovakia. The entire shooting of the film took plac* in Czechoslovakia, Austria and Germany. During the shooting of the film, one man was killed and in trying to get the film to America one man was also killed. Over 200.000 feet of film was shot but they were only able to bring over 70,000 feet of film. The narration is by Leif Eri kson and the commentary wa* written by Vincent Sheehan. The picture played fourteen weeks in New York, twelve weeks in Baltimore and eight weeks in Philadelphia. Kaltenborn, well known commentator, state"One of the most important and dramatic films of our time. Everyone should s <• it." Gabriel Heath says: "It's on.' of the greatest films of the year," and Elmer Rice statis "A deeply stirring human film. It should be seen by everyone-" BILL I CAN'T WORK-IT'S MY NERVES AGAIN WHY NOT TRY EFFERVESCEN NERVINE TABLETS as YOU HAVE 1 AYS when you feel tense," jumpy, irritable? NIGHTS when you are wakeful and restless? Over-taxed nerves are likely to cause loss of friends, loss of sleep, loss of pleasure, time missed from work, family quarrels, physical and mental suffering. When you are Nervous, try the soothing effect of one or two Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets. Try Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets for Sleeplessness due to Nervousness. Nervous Irritability. Nervous Headache, Nervous Indigestion, "Jumpv Nerves." and Travel Sickness, Your money back if they fail to bring you relief. At your I'rtir Storr Small Package 35f l.argr r.riatf 7&f Rrmrmbrr lo ask lor ; ^-__ 0" MILES £tfti V t+<*.*t pfNERVIHETABLETS Congregation Beth David Miami 'N Pioneer ('onitregation I Completely Renovati i Almost Air-Conditioned New Sc;its Anonunces High Holiday Services will be conducted at THE SYNAGOGUE (137 \. W. Third Are. by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Louis Hayman SPECIAL JUNIOR SERVICES (Ages 5-19) at BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE j 137 \. \V. Third Av*. I Make Reservations With j CANTOR LOUIS HAYMAN or A. 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