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

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOL. 12.NO. 35.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPT 8, 1939
PRICE TEN CENTS
AGGRESSIflM. VOLUNTEER FOR SERVICE
A MOST IMPORTANT
MESSAGE TO GREATER
MIAMI JEWRY FROM
THEIR RABBIS
REICH JEWRY FEAR NAZI
REPRISALS. SPEED CONSCRIPT!
Warsaw, While the
rabbinate ordered special pray-
ers for peace and strengthening
of the Polish forces the entire
1 Jewish press urged all Jew-
throughout Poland to help in de-
fense against "Nazi aggression."
All newspapers declared editor-
ially that Poland would fight to
the last for freedom from Nazi
aggression. Meanwhile, Jewish
youth groups were volunteering
for service in the Polish Army
and Red Cross, and the Jewish
population generally was engaged
in special defense measures thru-
out the country. Orthodox Jews
were said to be working even on
the Sabbath, explaining that the
danger of war and the duty of
defending their country absolves
them from observing the Sabbath
day.
^j The Jewish Parliamentary club
adopted a resolution which stat-
ed: "In the present decisive hour
when, in a manner rousing the
admiration of the whole world,
the Polish State is preparing to
resist and is resisting plans
threatening its integrity, inde-
pendence and sovereignty against
barbarism, godlessness and breach
of faith, the entire Jewish popu-
lation of Poland declares that it
is prepared to make any sacrifice
for strengthening of the coun-
try's internal unity and defense
forces. This preparedness is not
only an expression of desire to
perform normal duties but is the
^ result of the deepest civic con-
~3 viction that the fate of the Polish
State, with which we are India-
solubly bound, is at stake. Pa-
triotism is not only a duty but
the equal right of equal citizens."
The last 1.000 refugees, all of
whom had been deported from
Germany, and who had been forc-
ed to remain in a frontier camp
station at Zhenszyn, were distrib-
uted throughout Poland and the
camp dissolved.
Nazi Planes Romb Jewish Vil-
lages; Many Jews Killed in
Warsaw Area
Warsaw, (WNS)Polish su-
burbs of the Warsaw district
were subjected to repeated bomb-
1*^, ings by German planes acocrding
to information which said that
towns suffering heaviest damage
from Nazi air raids are Podkewa,
Lesna, Brwinow, and Pruskel, all
of which have large Jewish pop-
ulations. In spite of Nazi assur-
ances that open towns will not
be bombed, German war planes
inflicted heavy damage to a num-
ber of villages outside of the
Warsaw district- Thousands of
Jews and non-Jews have fled from
the city of Czestochowa, in south-
west Poland, which was captured
by German troops and later re-
captured by the Polish army. The
city has a Jewish population of
^ about 27,000. At least two hun-
*%! dred Jews were forced to aban-
JEWS CAUSE
ALLIES' ENTRY
INTO WAR
Paris. (WNS)Declaring that
the "Jewish plutocratic and dem-
ccratic upper crust" was respon-
s'b'e for the Allies' declaration
of war against the Reich, Chan-
cellor Adolf Hitler, broadcusting
an appeal to the German people,
said:
"The German people know that
the British people as a whole can-
not be made responsible for all
this. It is the Jewish plutocratic
and democratic upper crust which,
in all peoples of the world, desires
to see only obedient slaves and
which hates our new Reich be-
cause it sees in it a model for so-
cial work which it fears because
it might prove contagious also in
their country."
don plans to emigrate to Pales-
tine.
Jewish quarters of Warsaw, in-
habited by approximately 350,000
were among the hardest hit sec-
tions in the repeated bombings
by German planes. Many Jews
were killed and wounded in air
raids on the Jewish suburb of
Kolo and Otwock. A total of 100
bombs were dropped on Warsaw
during the air raid on Friday.
Many Jews were among the cas-
ualties when the town of I.ubin,
Brest. Rzcszow, Radom and Cra-
cow were bombed on Saturday-
Jewish parliamentarians at-
tending a special session of the
Sejni declared that the Jewish
population without exception were
prepared to make every sacrifice
to ensure Poland's victory in her
war against Nazi aggression- The
statement was received with
cheers from all assembled depu-
ties. The Polish information bu-
reau broadcast an announcement
that the Polish frontier town of
Zbenzsyn, until last week the site ,
of a large Jewish refugee camp, i
had been recaptured by Polish
forces.
It was reported that all Jewish
communities throughout Poland
have formed coordinating state
; defense committees to cooperate
with the authorities. It was also
J learned that all Jewish groups
I have responded enthusiastically
to an appeal made by President
\ Ignace Mosciciki calling upon the
! Polish nation to resist Germany's
i invasion. The rabbinate, the
Zionist organization, Jewish la-
bor and youth groups have ex-
pressed their willngness to coop-
erate to the fullest extent follow-
I ng the publication of appeals to
I their memberships which voiced
' the Jewish population's determi-
I nation to make every sacrifice in
I defense of Poland.
All of the Rabbis in Greater
Miami hereby urge Miami Jew-
ry to realize that worship dur-
ing the High Holy Days must
not be made into a farce. No
Jew can believe that his pray-
ers are acceptable to God. un-
less they are offered in a true
congregation which fulfills its
responsibilities and obligation.-
to Israel and humanity, and not
in some so-called etc., etc. con-
gregation which springs up
over night for private commer-
cial reasons. These mushroom
congregations have no respon-
sibilities and do not face th-ir
obligations towards the Greater
Miami Jewish community.
We. therefore, implore Great-
er Miami Jewry to worship in
the established Synagogues and
Temples in Miami and Miami
Beach, and to support these or-
ganizations which serve our lo-
cal community, Israel and God
throughout the year.
With wishes for a truly hap-
py year, a year in which Miami
Jewry may act with dignity to
the glory of the name of Is.*acl.
Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami
Goldman Returns
Geneva Conference
New York. (WNS) First news
of the position of the Jews in the
European war zone was brought
to this country by Dr. Solomon
Goldman, president of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, who
arrived here aboard the Queen
Mary Monday (September 4.) Dr.
Goldman headed a group of Amer-
ican delegates returning from the
World Zionist Congress which '-t
week concluded a week's sessi n
in Geneva. Switzerland. Dr. Gold-
man's statement as follows:
"The twenty-first Zionist Con-
gress seeme just now far remov-
ed from us. The cataclysmic
events of the last several days
confront civilized humanity with
only one issuethat of assuring
the victory of humanity over bar-
barism The British and French
people are fighting for all of us.
Unless we are badly informed,
hundreds of thousands of Ger-
mans will desert to the Allies.
Hitler will go down to ignomini-
ous defeat leaving behind only
the bleak memories of an evil
nightmare."
"The Zionist Congress meeting
on the eve of war again proved
that Zionism is guided by princi-
ples and not by expediency. De-
spite the injustice perpetrated on
our movement by the recent White
Paper on Palestine, the instantly
decided where our duties lie. In
the present struggle Zionists, as
always, will be found on of humanity and civilization."
Amsterdam, (WNS)Although
ordinary telephone service be-
tween Holland and Germany is
said to be normal, contact between
Dutch and German Jewish organ-
izations and individuals was ter-
minated suddenly Tuesday when
exchanges at Berlin and Cologne
told callers they are forbidden to
connect the numbers of Jewish
organizations. Such contacts had
been possible until Tuesday night.
It was impossible to get through
calls to the Reichsvereinigung des
Juden in Deutschland. central or-
ganization of Reich Jews, or with
-I wish individuals in Germany by
mail or telegraph. There is no
news in the press here on the
situation of Jews in the Reich.
Meanwhile Jewish circles here
were apprehensive of the position
of German Jews in the Reich,
fearing that the Nazis may take
serious action against the Jews
here, particularly Zionist leaders,
because of the formation in Pal-
estine of a Jewish legion to aid
Britain. From Cilogne a broad-
cast reported outbreaks of vio-
lence by Jews against Germans
in Palestine, particularly in Tel
Aviv where, according to the
broadcast, mobs from the all-
Jewish city destroyed the whole
German colony of Sarona. The
broadcast assorted that the leader
of the colony. Wuertemberg, was
forced to escape in an Italian air-
plane. Verification of these re-
ports was not available from Pal-
estine.
It was learned that in Berlin
all able-bodi d Jews and Jewesses
are being drafted for forced la-
bor projects and that such en-
forcement is proceeding on a
large scale. Projects include
road building, house construction
for men. factory work in the gar-
ment industry for women-
Although conscripted Jewish
workers are kept segregated and
work separately, it is said that
they are being paid at the same
rate as Aryans and are treated
the same Twenty-six of 350
Kulturbund (Jewish cultural as-
sociation) employees were draft-
ed for manual labor, shutting
down completely, by order of the
Reich Propaganda Ministry, the
activities of the Kulturbund, in-
cluding its theatre and cinema.
The Propaganda Ministry also or-
dered the Juedisches Nachrich-
tenbliatt. German Jewry's only
newspaper, reduced to four pages
instead of the usual 12 to 16 and
to appear only or. Tuesdays and
Fridays. It was hinted that fur-
ther reduction or possible total
suspension might be ordered.
Stringent action by the Nazi
government is expected in all
Jewish affairs by the end of the
week, when total liquidation of
the Kulturbund's affairs will be
YISHUV DECLARES
2-FOLD PROGRAM
Jerusalem. (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Moving on two fronts
consolidate the Jewish position in
.Palestine and to rally to the de-
fense of Great Britain the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, acting in
concert with the national bodies
of Palestine Jewry, undertook a
two-fold program. This involved
the security and economic posi-
tion of the Yishuv and the ren
dering to the British Army in
Palestine of any service that
might be called for.
At the same time the Jewish
Agency called the war between
England and Nazi Germany "our
battle"
Strengthening of the Yishuv'^
position during the conflict '" -
mapped at a joint meeting of tr
Executive of the Jewish Ager
and the Vaad Leu mi held at the
I'ewish Agency offices. The meet-
ing dealt with the emergency po-
sition created by the declaration
of war. It decided, among other
things, to hold a registration of
men and women volunteers for
national service during the emer-
gency period.
The volunteers will be enlisted:
First, to serve the Yishuv in the
fields of security and economics
and other public requirements:
and secondly, "to render to the
British Army in Palestine any
service it may call for.
Those Between IS and 50 To
Volunteer
All men and women aged IS to
50 enlisting in the volunteer forc-
es will be required to furnish full
details. technical qualifications
and special experience, indicating
the task in which the volunteer
|s prepared to serve the Yishuv
nnd the British Army. The de-
tails of the requirements are ex-
pected to be announced shortly.
BURMAN ELECTED
AS J. W. V. LEADER
Edgar H. Burman, of New
York, was elected commander of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
U. S-, at the closing session of
the forty-fourth annual encamp-
ment held here.
ordered. Theatrical, motion pic-
ture and other entertainment for
the Jews were provided only by
the Kulturbund, established un-
der government auspices follow-
ing banning of all German Jews
from German cinemas and thea-
tres. ,


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1939
JUNIOR HADASSAH
TO GIVE DANCE
The annual Junior Hadassah
Administration Dance will be held ,
Sunday, September 10th at the
Royal Palm Club. Mrs. Michtell
Kasanoff, chairman', is in charge
o f arrangements. Admission
charged will be 55c per person
and tickets may be purchased
from any member or at the door.
The public is cordially invited to
attend.

SURPRISE PARTY
GIVEN
Mr. Burnett Roth entertained
at a surprise party and dance in
honor of his wife Rosebelle. cele-
brat'ng their third anniversary,
at their home Wednesday even-
ing. Guests present were Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Steinberg. Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Catsman. Mr. and Mrs,
Hany Kirschhaum, Mr. and Mrs.
Nat Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Roth. Mr and Mrs. Alan Roth.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney LefcOUrt,
Miss Muriel Slodkin. Mr. Abe
Shor.feld and Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Betger. An or. hestra provided
music for dancing and refresh-
ments were served.
s52B*SSr<-2S--ril3S
CE
"^"W V
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
I
COMMITTEE
ANNOUNCES PLANS
The Building Committee of th-'
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congiv-
gation committee announces that
plans have been completed by M
.1. Nadcl. architect, and the erec-
1
____ ... -*~ J tion of their new edifice will be-
^Sj^^$iigg^^^;gp WEDDING NUPTIALS
PERFORMED
cated at the corner of S. W. Sixth
Street and S. \Y. 17th Avenue.
VISITING IN NORTH *
The wedding of Miss Elsie DISCUSSION GROUP
Weinkle. daughter of Mr. and Mr- an Mrs. Jack B. Weinkle of Atlanta, visiting in Hendersonville, N. C. Th(1 Miami Discussion Group
turned to the city from New and jonn Kronenfeld, son of Mr. where they have been joined by wj|, ho]d a Monte Carl(, par(v
York. ftnd Mrs. Abe Kronenfeld of Mi- their children and grand-children Satur(iav evening, September 9th
ami, took place Thursday at 6:80 i> New York They will motor at g.80 p M at the Studio ]]:?v
Mr R. R. Adler. president of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau, re-
Mrs. Samuel Tanwnbaum and p. M., at the Hollywood Bea h
daughter Hope Ellen returned to Hotel, Hollywood, Floi ida, with
Miami Monday from New York Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating
.where they have been visiting, The bride was attend: d by Miss
relatives and friends. They were Jeanette Kronenfeld. sister of the
accompanied by Naomi
Grossman.
and Rita
CONVALESCES
AT HOME
Mrs. Charles
has been ill is
at her home.
Mrs. William dein returned
from an extended trip in the
North where she has been visit*
ing relatives and friends for three
weeks.

Mrs. J. Shonfeld returned from
Hendersonville, N. C, where she
groom, us maid of honor Mr.
Bob Levin was best man, and
ushers included Harold W< inkle,
brother of the bride, her three
cousins. Milton. Melvin and Stan-
Icy Weinkle. A dinner and re-
ception followed the ceremony.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. aunt of the
through the Blue Ridge Moun- Northeaat Second Avenue. No
tains the latter part of Septem- ; aiimission wilI hc charged and the
ber returning to Miami Beach in puW,c ,, cordia,ly inviw to a,_
October. ,,,, Anyone desiring to Join
I this group is requested to attend
this affair.
Mr. and Mrs. A. .T. Tobin and
daughter, Harriett* and ion Sher-
man are visiting in Henderson-
ville, X. C, where they will re-
main for seven weeks
SERVICES TO
l!F HELD
The Temples
and Synagogu-a
of Miami and Miami Beach are
again kindly extending an oppor-
tunity to the newcomers CRefu-
Mr Philip Berkowitz. accom-
bride, assisted at the reception, panied by his daughter. Mildred. gees) in the community to ettem
Out of town guests attending left las; week for Hendersonville, services in their respective Hous-
were Mr. M. Saul of New York, \. C. to join Mrs. Berkowitz and ,.s of Worship on the High Holy
Peretzman who
now recuperating
SERVICES
TO BE HELD
A ceremony in observance of
the memories of departed ones
will be conducted by the Rabbis
of Greater Miami at the Wood-
lawn Cemetery Sunday, Septem-
ber 17th at 3:000 P. M. The pub-
lic is invited to attend.
has been visiting for the past six uncle of the bride. Mrs. A. L. son Donald.
weeks. Feldman of Atlanta. Ga., and
* Mrs. O. Olshine of Nashville.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel and Tenn.
children returned to the city af- Mr. and Mrs. Kronenfeld left
ter visiting in the North.

Mrs. Nathan Pritzker returned
to Miami after spending nine
weeks visiting relatives and
friends in New York and Connec-
ticut.
for a honeymoon trip through the
Smoky Mountains and on their
return here will reside at 884 N
E. 8."th Street, Miami.
LEAVES FOR
COLLEGE
Oscar Rappaport will leave
Sunday evening for Gainesville,
Florida, where he will enlist at
Mrs. Henry Seitlin returned af-
ter vacationing for five weeks in
Hot Springs. Chattanooga and
M'mnhis with relatives
friends.
Saturday afternoon at the Beth
David Synagogue, Miss Dorothy
ResmVk, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Resnick of Coral Gab-
les, became the bride of Maurice
Weinstein, son of Mr. and Mrs
and Hyman Weinstein of New Haven,
! Conn., with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating. Miss Bernice Mark-
Mr. Milton A. Friedman, Nat- owitz of Fort Laudcrdale was the
ional A. Z. A. Dputy, returned to only attendant. Following the
the University of Florida. He Miami from the District A. Z. A. ceremony the parents of the bride
was graduated from Miami Sen- Convention held in Brevard. N- entertained at an informal supper
ior High School this past June. C. Also attending this conven- party at the Hollywood Beach
tion from Miami were Stanley Hotel. The couple left for a hor-
TOURNAMENT HELD Ratner. Irving Ginsburg. Bob Ros- eymoon trip by plane for Cuba.
The regional summer tourna- enthal. Norman Somberg and After September 10th Mr and
ment of the State A. Z. A. chap- Murray Dacks. Enroute back Mr. Mrs. Weinstein will reside at 28
ters was held in West Palm Beach Friedman visited in Columbia and Southeast 0th Street. Fort Ijui-
the past week-end. Members of then attended the State B*nai derdale-
both chapters of Miami attended. B'rith Convention in Jacksonville
Various athletic events were held whee he was appointed State A.
climaxed by a dance held Sunday Z. A- chairman,
evening. Miamians returned to .
ANNOUNCING THE
GRAND OPENING
SEPTEMBER 9th
B. & B.
RESTAURANT AND
DELICATESSEN
172.") S. \V. Eighth Street
Serving Full Course
Dinners at Reasonable
Prices
All Kinds of Delicatessen
the city Monday evening.
100%
WHOLE
RYE
BREAD
Hullf
0rewa>
Made from_PURE whole RYE
and all HEALTH Ingredients.|
at 12 S. E- First Street
HEALTH FOOD SHOP
Mrs. Ida Bernstein returned
from New York where she
The marriage of Miss Dorothy
Roth, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs.
Louis Roth, to Samuel Tcrvon-
baum took place at the Colum-
FOR SALE:
To people of discriminating
taste, beautiful two story s*V-
en room, two bath home in re-
stricted residential district,
St. Petersburg, Florida. For
additional information, write
Mr- .1 JACKSON, 1284 Elev-
enth Street, N., St. Peters-
burg. Florida.
Days. If those who wish *"> at-
tend, will communicate with the
Council offices, arrangement-
will he made. 608 Congress Build
ing. phone 8-6654.

UNVEILING
TO BE HELD
The unveiling of a tombstone
to the memory of Mrs. Anna
Rappaport will take place Sunday
afternoon at .1:00 P. M. at the
Jewish Section of the Woodlawr
Cemetery Rabbi Abraham A
Kellner will conduct the services
Friends of the family are invited
to attend
MOST BEAUTIFUL LOCATION
IN ST. PETERSBURG:
Uncontrollable circumstances
force sale of this unusually
attractive, partially furnish-
ed, two year old home, at a
sacrifice. Owner: Mrs. G. T.
ELLIOTT. 1 7 4 Wildwood
Lane, Driftwood. 22nd Avenue
at 1st Street. South; Phone
64-292.
While in the North Mr. I.oew vis-
ited in Boston and New York.
The Unveiling of the
Tombstone
to the Memory of
ANNA
RAPPAPORT
will be held
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER
10th at 3:00 P. M.
Woodlawn Park
Cemetery
Jewish Section
bus Hotel Sunday with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Wil-
been visiting relatives and friends .. .,.,,.,
liam Brenner, sister of the bnd<\
* was the only attendant. Al."
Mrs. A. F. Friedman returned Tenenbaum. brother of the groom
to the city from New York was best man. Nuptial music
where she has been visiting for was played by Mrs. Herbert
several weeks. Shaw, Mrs. Russell Allen Jones.
, Mrs- Charles Dietler and Miss
., Sara Sheptowitch of Asheville,
Mr. Ira I-oew. managre of the y p
Miami Dri/ce.fn-Thcaltre, retmfn- MrR Terfenbaum attended
'JJ, '..' .uCit;V._f!'um,, r ^.r! Florida State r"w w"
and is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Miami. Mr. Tenenbaum h
I a graduate of Birmingham School |
Mrs. Camille Baum returned to ot Law anfl is member of a law
Miami after spending the sum-jfirm of Birmingham. Ala. Af-
mer in New York where she vis- j ter a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs.
ite.l relatives and friends. She: Tenenbaum will reside in Bir-
also attended the World's Fair. niinfrham.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fleischer
of New York and Miami are an-
nouncing the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Selma Fleischer,
to Lloyd Von Haden, son of Chas.
L. Von Haden if Green Bay, W'..
which took place Saturday. Mrs.
Von Haden is a niece of Max
Fleischer, is a graduate of Brook-
lyn College in New York, and Mr.
Von Haden was graduated from
the University of Wisconsin. Mr.
Von Haden is associated with the
Fleischer Studios of Miami. The
couple will reside at 3153 S. W.
14th Terrace.
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FRIDAY, SEPT 8, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
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O
wJewisti Ffforiidl i'& m
PALESTINE GOVERNMENT
r.EI.AXES RESTRICTIONS
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. O. Box 2973
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 S. W. Second Avenue
[
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
I
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
Entered as second claps mattei July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act ol March 3, 1879
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
SUBSCRIPTION
One year ................................................................................................... $2.00
Six Mcnths ........................................................................................... *l-00
Jerusalem, (WNS)The Pal-
estine government was relaxing
its restriction on Jewish immigra-
tion because of the international j
situation and allowing refugees ;
to enter in order that Palestine's
defense forces might be strength-
ened. Refugees entering the coun-
try are being interned in' the
Sarafend concentration camp and
released when their status is clar-
ified.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 193f
VOLUME 12.NUMBER 35
Brother Harry Simonhoff was
drafted by popular acclaim to
serve again as State Chairman of
Student Union activities. Broth-
er Abe Aronovitz was likewise
popularly drafted to serve as
state chairman of Anti-Defama-
tion work. Congratulations to
these Brothers and we trust that
th y will continue their fine work
in the interest of B'nai B'rith.
---------B---------
MUSHROOM SYNAGOGUES
Brother Frank Coret. president
of the State Federation during
the past year, did a grand job
as presiding officer of the busi-
ness sessions of the Jacksonville
Convention. Brother Coret dis-
played (food sportsmanship to 'he
credit of Miami's delegation. in
refusing to announce for re-elec-
tion.
Strictly Confidential
TinrciTS FROM EVERYWHERE >'
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
CRISIS ECHOES
Recent developments in Europe lead Westbrook to predict
that Berlin will find it necessary to change its Aryan theory. ..
He expects the Nazis to declare that the Japanese are not Or-
iental Aryans, as heretofore, but Oriental Jews, as conclusively
proved by the name of thefr Prime Minister, Nobuyuki Abe.
. Orchids to Dorothy Thompson for her recent column en-
titled "Ecr?sez l'Infame" ... In it she calls the German
Chancellor "an arsonist, a liar, a murderer, a blackmailer and
a thief .... At another point she says: "Everybody knows
that this 'government' rules by a acmarilla and a Pretorian
Guard of finks, thugs, informers, terrorists and professional
liars" Then there is her epigrammatic interpretation of
'current events: "Whatever the governments may say in their
diplomatic letters, the people of the world are becoming a posse
on a man-hunt" These political know-it-alls, Drew Pear-
son and Robert S. Allen, authors of the syndicated column
' "Washington Merry-Go-Round," insist that the Nazis have
definite military superiority over France and England. ... .
Did you, by the wav. notice the bad press Josef Vissaronicivk
Dzhugashvili is getting these days? In case you didn't
notice, just look and see what your daily paper has to say
about Stalinwho is the same guy.....
B
During the course of the year the Jewish Community
finds itself facing various problems. As the holiday season
approaches it is once more confronted with the problem of
Mushroom Synagogues. A Hall, a Store, a Hotel Lobby, finds
itself converted into a house of worship for the holiest three
days of the year. In fact, any place will do for these prof-
iteers to gather in the shekels under the guise of religion.
Cannot these individuals understand that all is not gold
that flittersThat a line must be drawn as to how far they
can go in the battle for the Almightv dollarAre they not
faced daily with present conditions and circumstances that are
horriblci for Jews?Do they not realize that by their acts and
deeds they alone are not judged, but also the Jewish people
as a whole? Do thev not realize the thoughts created in the
minds of non-Jews, that members of our own faith should so
commercialize that which is so sacred to them? What could
the resultant opinion of anyone be when he sees crude flashy
signs stretched across these places and blatant advertisements
in daily pacers, all claiming support for these "Three Day
synagogues.
It is too bad that established and legitimate synagogues
today subsist bv the methods they must resort to to keep their
doors open. There is a feeling of repugnance that cannot be
dispelled when we go to pray and have to endure the auc-
tioning of Aliyohs and honors and everlasting appeals. Yet
this practice cannot be condemned nor nothing can be said
because the present lading of Judaism and Synagogue sup-
port necessitates this action. But definitely, are we compen-
sated for this unpleasantness by having at our beck and call
the services of qualified spiritual leaders every day in the
year. We have a place to worship. Sunday .Schools and
Talmud Torahs for our children. Pray tell us what these
Mushroom Synagogues have to offer? ...
It is up to the community to boycott these irresponsib e
commercial overnight enterprises and by *****
failure once and for all. this evil practice of going into bus-
iness" for three days "with the Lord as a Partner.___________
Sholem Idge did itself 'proud'
with a strong delegation, as an-
ticipated, numbering 27 Broth-
ers The politics of the Conven-
tion were controlled by our del-
egation. With the cooperation of
other large delegations from
Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa,
the political issues were "cut and
dried" in caucus before actual
presentation on the floor of the
Convention.
---------B------
Sholem Lodge brought home
well deserved honors from this
Convention. Brother Klry Stone
was elected Second Vice-Presi-
dent of the State Federation.
The City of Miami and Sholem
Lodge will play host to the next
annual State Convention in Sep-
tember, 1940. Miami was chosen
as the next convention city by
popular acclaim.
---------B---------
MISTY MYSTICISM
Credit is due to the lax Lodge
for doing a wonderful job as host
of the recent convention. The
program of business and enter-
tainment was excellent. Congrat-
ulation's to .lax Lodge for put-
ting on a great convention.
-B
The delegates who were able
to attend th'fc convention had the
privilege of hoarinT a few out-
standing personalties. Brother
Alvin Kartus, President of DU-
trict No. ". delivered a brilliant
address at the Sunday luncheon
It was an inspiration which Wi '
be long rememb red by the Broth-
ers who attended. The gnp
speaker at the h-innuet Mo-'-.v
trirht was D'.-m Walter J. Math
.,-ly of the Un've-sity of Florida,
prominent authority on econo-
mics. The Dean'8 address was
potent with words of wisdom
Brother Judge Frombers: of
Washington, 1 C, snoke briefly
on the place of the .1 w in Dem-
ocracy. The Honorable R. A ,
G*ay, Secretary of State, honor-
ed th" gathering with a brief but
s:gr.'ificant and t;mely talk. The.
speaking program was presided
over by Brother Philip Selber of
Jacksonville.
one ..f the better-known columnists recently regaled Ins
readers with tli- following "mystic" calculations. Thomas
Nfasaryk. he points out. was born in 1850 and became president
of the Czech Republic in 1018. He governed for IT years,
and retired at the age of 85.....Adding all these numbers
von g.'1 3870. which, when diivded hy 2. gives yon 193a. the
year he resigned. Wilhelm II of Germany, again, was born
in 1859. and his reign began in 1888- Ho reigned for 30
vears nhdieHtiiiR at the age of 59. Add all these numbers
ad von get 3836. which you divide by 2 to get 1918, the yepr
the Kaiser fled Germany. By way of rousing false h es
,,, columnist then cites the case of Hitler, who was born m
1889 and rose to power in 1933. Today, at the age of ;0,
,. has been the Fuehrer for six years. The total of these
numbers is :878 half of which is 1939. What we wanl to
,,;, oui i, that this last sentence is necessarily true,
,;,,, it doesn't indicate H'tier'a early demis..... other *
,oval Rtcause what you're actually doing in any of t >se
pn,,,,l,io,,s is the following (we'll take the case "fMasaryk.
1......s we like hint hcstl Von take lus lurthdate 1^0,
addon to it him* his tenth anniversary ... the JWi
presidency. 7S. which gives you 1928. the year of h,s tenth ;,n-
niversnrv.....\n you take the year his presidency fa,
1018 and add on to it the length of his ml. -1 the ti.......I
that anniversary. 10 years, which agan naturally gn-es *u
,,,.s So that the sum of all these figures must .nevitanl>
he'twice 1928. or 8M.....Ml of which means that wh. >
involved here isn't .....ult science, but s.mple arithmetic, ih,
kind von learned in the fourth grade. Gel >'. ...
-B-
B'NAI B'RITH
m
TIPS
(BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL)
The .lax I-odge put on a special
initiation featuring a crack de-
gree team. The ritual was con-
ducted with dignity. It was com
mittcd to memory. This should
be an inspiration to all lodges in
the future. Sholem I-odge, please
take notice. The initiation cer?-
moniei honored Brother Hyman
Jacobs of Atlanta. District Treas-
urer, in whose honor the initia-
tion class was named. Brother
Jacobs has be"n an insniration to
many B'nai B'rith Lodges.
The State Convention was a
fine success. It was well attend-
ed. Evry city with a B'nai
B'rith Lodge had representation
present.
I!
BroOu-r Maier Triest. Charles-
ton. Secretary of District No. '
was present and attended the
business sessions.
THIS AND THAT
A French W b,sed on the storv of the St. Louis refugee
ship Ms jtut been fin-shed in Paris. ... The approximately
Sm ** among the American delegates to the^ Zioms
Congress last week were cabline frantic appeals to their friends
in this country to use their influence to get them accommoda-
tions on American steamers, so that they'd have a chance to
be back in time for the Holy Days Here s hoping that by
the time this appears in print most of them will be back. .
PALESTINE POUCH
]),] von know that while New York Rwfcfflrid fhe other
dav with the thermometer hovering around the flO-d.-erce mark
,il the hnmiditv running it n .lend heat, the maximum tem-
perature in Tel Aviv was only 77 degreest Ahmed Hus-
lsrfn leader of the Egyptian Green Shirts, has nrgwitljrappeal.
,.,1 to Hitler to become e Moslem. "Unleess von join the
ranks of the Faithful." writes Ahmed, "your baffle is lost"...
What do you think the Tel Aviv movies were featuring dur-
i the European crisis"--------Answer: The American movie
"Love and Hisses." w'tb Walter Wlnchell- Latest statis-
tics from the Holy Land insist that its Jewish population nnm-

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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH TLOEIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1939
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
Refugees Face
Internment In
Allied Countries
Wa shi ngt on.(WNS) The
State Department learned that
tens of thousands of Jewish ref-
ugees in England and France, im-
migrants from Germany, Austria
and former Czechoslovakia, face
interment in the Allied countries.
(Continued from Page Three)
bers 422,000. Jewish live
births during a recent-three-
month period amounted to 2,655,
while Moslem live births in the
same period totalled 11,770. ,
The first three months of 1939 According to Robert T. Pell, head
saw 734 divorces in Palestine, 586, <>' the State Department's refu-
Jewish and 148 Moslem. One' W activities, many of these in-
of the most profitable industries terned will be permitted to enter
in Eretz Israel is the publishing thc United States under German,
field. Even the Dwir Com- j Czech and Austria quotas, plans
pany. founded with money col-1 ?r which are now being worked
lected by the late Dr. Shmaryahu ; out- In the meantime, Pell said.
Levin* from American and Cana- immigration from Germany and
djan Jews, announced a profit of Nazi-dominated countries has
almost $10,000 for the 1938 fiscal stopped hut those who have suc-
year. Don't let anybody kid ceeded in getting out of G;r-
youthere's plenty of Jewish many may come in under the ex-
land in Palestine that could be toting quotas when visas are
developed if the British adminis- available. Thousands of refugees
tration would stop Arabs from now In camps in England and
interfering when |be rightful France have volunteered for ser-
owners. who paid high prices for vice with the Allied forces and it
it. try to take possession. .And to expected that their services
if the Jewish National Fund had wi" bo accepted as soon as plans
more money it could even now are perfected. Those of th? re-
get first-class land for new de- mair.der who will be unable to
velopments. Despite the strict cnt,'r the United States under
movie censorship in Palestine a exist'ng quota laws will probably
large number of Nazi films nr> remain in camps until after ces-
shown. apparently with the bless- sation of present hostilities with
ing of the authorities. In the IHtl prospect of finding a new
recent Haifa-Tel Aviv boat r:i homeland.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. KABRI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6!>S6 Indian Creek Drive<-12CS E30 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or b'"th Of the Rnhbis will be In the Temple every morm-.
You may eo.iault with Ihem on matters concerning the Jewls comm
nity. or ><" paisonal problems. You will be assured sympathetl
bearing and advice, and, needlesi t.. say. each matter will be held .n
strict confidence.
DR. FRANK CORET
Outgoing president of the State
Federation of B'nai B'rith
Lodges.
CONGREGATIONAL
a Jew navigating a sloop rig
crossed the finish line a winner,
. Our idea of the height *f
(ruelty is what was recently done
to a German Jew. ... He Wui
granted a capitalist visa to enter
Palestine, but his children, 8 and
10 years old, were refused ad-
mission by the British Adminis-
tration. .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Not very popular among the
leading ladies of screenland is
Ingrid Bergman. David Selznick's
latest discovery. She just pas-
sed special technicolor tests with
flying colorswhich is something
that few of the feminine tai -
tan do. Sophie Tucker, who is
r,o]ding out against the entire 1-A
combination in the current ac-
tors' union ficht. is training the
admiration of those who know
why she is doing it. Although
Ralph Whitehead, her asso iati .
een accused of having mis-
is d funds, she says "Until they
rove that he's guilty I wi'.! stand
by him" Benna Schneider is
(turning to his old love, the Ar-
tef Theatre, and this season will
reel "Baal Shem" Marlen?
Iiietrich has just returned from
.. European trip which' was a
flop. She tried to e'< her
mother and sister out of Nazi-
land, but Hitler refused to give
them their passports. Mar-
ne, as you know, is a pure Ar-
yan, but has never disguised her
dislike of the Nazis- .
Cancellation of the White House
conference on refugees, called by
President Roosevelt for October
IS and 16, was a certainty in view
of the war situation. Meanwhile.
Myron C. Taylor. American vice-
chairman of the Intergovernmen-
tal Refugee Committee is expect-
ed to confer with State Depart-
ment officials here th;s week-
England Strengthens Alien Law
To Protect German Refugees
London, IWNSI-Germans and
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MOHEL
PHONE 2-0828
300 N. W. 16th Ave.
Austrian* now in England, most
of whom arc refugees, will be
subject to new measures under
the Alien Law, amended by an
order-ii.-council Home Society
Secretary Sir John Anderson an-
nounced in the House of Com-
mons that the British Government
will immediately review their
cases in order to avoid treating
as enemies those who are friendly
to the country which offered them
asylum. The amendment requires
all enemy aliens over 16 years of
age to report to the police and
forbids Germans and Austrians to
change their residence without
police permission. Ivor to travel
more than five miles from their
homes without authority. The
order also forbids such aliens to
absent themselves from their res-
idences for more than 24 hours
without reporting to the neaiest
police station.
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Florida.
[HE 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.

Phone 2-1141 and We will be
Happy to Serve You
"Do not withdraw thyself from
Congregation."Hillel.
Regular services will be con-
ducted at Temple Israel, this Fri-
day evening, September 8th, 103!'.
at 8:15 P. M.. by Dr. Jacob H
Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman.
The memories of the following
will be hallowed in the Kaddish
service this Friday evening:
Joseph Cohen, brother of Mrs
Hermna Wronker.
Gus Eisemann, brother of Mrs.
Adolph Wertheimer.
YAHRZEITS
Johanna Kate Perlman. Infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
A. Perlman.
Jeanette Metzger, mother of
Mrs. J. Eppstein.
Sol Henry Adler.
Harris Livingston.
Esther Hirshlerg, moth j- of
There is no assessment what-
soever to paid-up members of tn
Temple for High Holy Day pel
The seating committee will I.
our Temple to serve you, on Sun
day morning, September 10th,
1980, from 10:00 A. If- to 1 HI
P. M., and on Monday Tues ; .
and Wednesday, September !' h
through 13th. from 9:00 A. M (a
.">:00 P. M Cards for admittai
to the services may be obtained
from the committee on
days.
It is an accepted policy of I'
pie Israel that every Jew who
wishes to worship with us i< "
come. If you know of any ne*-
son or family, financially unaV
to worship with us, notify the
Temple committee and I
will be furnished without <
rassment to the recipients.
NEW YEAR
SERVICES
Mrs. Bernard Feldman.
HIGH HOLY DAY
SERVICES
.
Temple Israel of Miami invites
its members and friends to wor-
ship on the High Holy I lays,
which will be ushered in al the
New Year services on Wednesday
evening. September 18th, 1930 al
8:15 o'clock, and Thursday morn-
ing, Sept< mber 14th. 1088 at 10:00
o'clock.
Wednesday evening, Septemi
18th, i!'3'., at 8:16 P. M.. sen
will be conduct!d by Rabbi
man A. Zwitman The serin
will he given by Dr. Jacob
Kaplan, on the subject: "A N
Covenant."
Thursday morning. Septetr
14th. 1989 at 10:00 A. M.. i
s will be conducted by Dr. Js
H Kaplan. The sermon wi]
given by Rabbi Colman A Z\
man on the subject: "6700
1939? A Question of Age.''

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FRIDAY, 8EPT 8, 1939
THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAK
PAGE FIVE
#

THE Y. M. H. A*
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
BLUMBERO WIN8 HERALD
DUCKPIN TOURNAMENT
Nat Blumberjr. the war horse
first baseman of the "Y" Dia-
nond-ball team, displayed mark-
. ) ability in another field of
-port when he won himself a trip
to Havana. Cuba, by scoring a
t,.tal of 1515 pins to win the
Handicap Duckpin Bowling; Tour-
nament sponsored by the M'aini
Herald- It is quite an honor to
Nat and also to the "Y" whom
he represented. when one con-
riders that more than 300 bowler*
from all parts of the South par-
ticipated. Hal Levinson, another
"Y" bowler, made a fine showing
n finishing: eleventh with a *o-
.il score of 14fifi pins.
Following are the other "Y"
umbers who participated in tni;
tournament and their complete
I*
DEPORTED REFUGEES
SEIZED AFTER THEY
LAND IN SWEDEN
Stockholm, (WNS) Sixteen
refugees from Czecho-Slovakia,
most of whom are Jews, were
picked up on the island of Uto
in Stockholm Bay by Swedish au- [
thorlties who deported the refu-
gees immediately after their ar-
rest. Among them was Krwin
I-eobl, a member of the former
Czech Parliament. After being
fed by the Swedish port author-
ises and allowed to rest, the ref-
ugees we~e placed aboard the
sailing vessel and escorted by the
coast guard past Swedish terri-
torial waters.
Forth. West Australia. (WNS)
The Synod of the Anglican
Diocese of Porth. unanimously
adopted a resolution to reserve
certain a-eas in the Kimherleys
for Jewish refugee settlement-
Dr. Le Fanu, Primate of Austra-
lia was instrumental in obtaining
support for the action.
-. ores:
Pins Hdcp. Total
Nat Blumberg 1156 860 1515
Hal Levinson 1274 192 1466
Louis Seitlin 113*5 240 1876
Abe Winer 1149 224 1373
Harry Schwartz 1166 208 1373
Marty Milstein nut; 17*? 1872
Dave Rosenthal 1046 320 1866
\1 Berkowitz 1172 184 1350
Paul Barnett 1110 240 I860
Joe Berman 1103 240 1343
Morris Wroobel 1132 160 1292
We are hanpi> to note that
Manager Jack Vpte s back at
work again.
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Y. M C. A. WINS OVER
Y. M. H. A.-SCORE 6-5
In a rip-roaring diamondball
finale to determine the cham- i
lionship of the Reach League ,
the Y- M. H. A. was nosed out |
iv the Y. M. C. A. 6 to 5 to end
the playing season of 1939 All
in all. Dr. Weinkle, manager of
the team made a fine showing for
The year with the talent On hand.
The boys reached the finals of
h district tournamentw e r e
eiven a trip to the State Tour-
ment at St. Petersburg where
they lost OUt in the first TOUwd.
In the second Golden Ball Tour-
ney, the boys won th ir first two
games but were defeated in their
third try. In their own Reach
' eague they won the Second half
I tic.
Thai mine frans concludes the
Y. M H. A. diamond-ball season
for 1939 unless a special game
an be arranged between the Y.
M. H. A. Station and the Y. M.
H. A. Juniors, to determine who
- the best around the "Y." Per-
OOimllv, 1 believe th Juniors will
win if the game is played. I dare
the Seniora to accept this chal-
i n*e. How's about it. Dr. Wein-
kle? and Ralph Grossman?
---------Y---------
JU^TOP "Y" DIAMOND-
BALL SEASON ENDS
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RtSIDBNCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5192
We are mighty proud of our
Junior "Y" team, managed by
Kalnh Grossman and coached by
Al Reisman.
Organized this year, the boys
were entered in the Miami Field
Junior League- Out of a total
of 20 games playau" for the y*ar,
the Juniors won 14 to finish sec-
ond in their league. They also
entered the Golden Ball Tourney
where they won one and lost
one. In conclusion, we wish to
mention the names of the play-
ers who made this fine showing
possible: Teddv Sackowitz. Jack
Rosenthal, S. B. Btrger, Norton
NAT Bl.lIMBBRG
who won the Herald annual
summer sweepstakes bowling
tournament with a total duckpin
score of 1515. Mr. Blumberg
was the winner of a trip to Tu-
ba and a gold trophy. He was
one of the organisers of the
Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
tion and is treasurer of th or-
ganization, which position he has
held for six years. He has been
first-baseman of the Y. M. H. A
diamondball team for the past
seven y.a*s and played in the
28-inning ball game, whi h has
the world record for being the
longest game folayed. He hlso
played in the Golden Ball Tour-
nament which the Y- won lost
year.
Pallot. Hal Berkowitz. Mush
Marks. H. Weintraub. Mitchell
Goldman. Howard Schwartz,
Pump Kcsser. Eli Marks. Bottle
Ornstein. Murry Zone Marvin
Ante av.il Murray Miller. Water
hoys Ronald Pallot and Don Ber-
kowitz. Anil that's for the dia-
mond-ball season.
POST YOM KIPPUR DANCE
SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 24th
Nat Blumberg, ti ket chairman
of the fifth annual Y. M H. A.
Post Yom Kippur dance informs
your correspondent that ticket
sales are rapidly picking up "'i'1
bePeves a sell-out will take place
before the dance if Bales continue
at the'r present pace
Every detail to assure your
complete enjoyment at the Mahi
Temple has been prepared Buy
your tickts now.
---------Y---------
Due to the Rosh Hashonah hol-
idays the "Y" clubrooms will be
closed Wednesday evening. Thurs-
day and Friday and will reopen
Saturday night.
vi -i -s cw*o cT.tna
All Kinds
Religious ArticlesHebrew Book
B. KLEIN
257 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
WANTED!
Will pay $1.00 each for
copies of The Jewish Flori-
dian ia*ae of November 19,
1937. Address
CHARLES LUBELSKY
Care P. 0. Box 2973, Miami,
Florida
CANTOR LOUIS HAYMAN
The High Holy Day services
will be chanted at the Beth David
Synagogue by Cantor I/ouis Hay-
man who will be assisted by a
choir of six voices.
ZISSEX'S
i f
Akron, Ohio
are i i w !ocat< '1 .'.t
PAPA JOE'S
1749 N. Miami Avenue
BEER WHISKEY WINE
* IN THE SYNAGOGUE *
Rabbi Kellner will conduct the
Perek class for the last time this
season Shabbos afternoon at 4:45
P. M.
The Shalos Sudas group will
fete Mr. William Clein this com-
ing Sabbath afternoon1 in honor
of his recovery from a recent ill-
ness.
Rabbi Moses Gunovich recently
from Palestine was the house
guest of Rabbi and Mrs.
Kellner and addressed the Liu
Yaakov and Shulchan Aru.h clas-
ses during his stay here.
SLICHOS SERVICES

Slichos services will be conduct-
ed on the coming Saturday night
at 12:15 A. M., by Rev Nathan
Wrobel- The services will be
preceded by a brief sermon and
our people are urged to come to
the House of God in this critical
hour and pray that lasting peac?
may bless our people.
' SALE OF SYNAGOGUE
SEATS |
The committees in charge of
the ticket sales urge all those who
made reservations to redeem the
same not later than Sunday, Sep-
tember 10th as they will be put
on public sale after that date. To
accommodate all those seeking
reservations the committee is
making arrangements for an ov-
erflow service in a large building
in the synagogue block. The
ti ket committee will meet in the
synagogue Saturday night be-
tweeen 10:00 and 12:00 P M.. and
Sunday between 10:00 and 12:00,
and Monday and Tuesday even-
ings.
will commence on Monday after-
noon at 3:30 P. M.
IN MEMORIAM
**
The unveiling of the tombstone
honoring the memory of our late
beloved sister, Mrs- Anna Rappa-
port, will he held n Sunday af-
ternoon at 3:00 P. M., in the
Woodlawn Jewish Cemetery. We
respectfully request our friends
to come and pay our respects to
the sacr;d memory of our latt
lamented friend.
YAHRZEIT

*
The first anniversary of the
death of our late brother, Klias
Herman, will be observed by the
Chevrah Mishna of our congrega-
tion on Wednesday. September
13th.
!
OBSERVE THE
HOLY DAYS
In Surroundings
Truly Jewish!
The Weil-Known
Cantor
Nathan Wroobel
HEBREW SCHOOL
NOTES
?* *
Registration in th Hebrew
s h ol will be conducted on Sun-
day. September 10th between
10:00 and 12:00 A. M., in the
synagogue and regular sessions
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THE JEWISH FLORIDlxtN
FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 193'
Plain Talk
MY OPERATION
(BY AL SEGAL)
1 have just made a date for an Yes. it was a pleasant world
rptMtion in the hospital. (I don't and we knew Europe only as a
thinf it's a very serious opera-' place to which more fortunate
tion.) In former times I would; people went for vacation and
have been jittery about going to brought back fine linens as gifts
a hospital for an'operation. I for relatives and friends. An op-j
would have trembled to consider' eration, however, minor, was a
the hazards of death; to leave matter to worry about; it would
this earth seemed the worst thing have been dreadful to wake up
that could happen to a man. and miss the great, future.
It was ratfcer a lovely place. Xow as I make ready for my
Everybody was sure that every operation. I am conscious of no
tomorrow was going to be a bet- troubling at all. Not that I am
ter than today for the world. Of fond of operations. I wish Hit-
course, people had their own trou- ierhad this operation in my....... .,%nr,,
bles-toothaches and financial place. From the time of a prev- CANTOR NATHAN WROOBEL
problems and divorcesbut hu- jous operation, long ago. I re- will vhant the Rosh Hash-
man society as a whole was member the post-anaesthetic nau- ""ah and Yom Kippur services at
marching forward to a good des- Bea, ,(,,, pajn jn my back which the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
tiny, it seemed. (Mankind al- j was tol(I WM a consequence of gregation.
ready could behold the outlines |yjng on tno operating table. I ------!------ I----~:----------------",
-f The temple.) remember being under strict or- n"""""f '" "<' Me-time even of
Tomorrow would bring us one ders to lie flat on my back for. the oldest c,tl*en bul most p"";
day closer to the temple, every- a week, though my whole being >,u' *e s'a,v,'1>' mindful ,,f
body was certain. The news of desired to turn over. tragedy fallmK on Civilization. (
the world never was anything to But I find I am not in the least The talk was mMt,y of tlu' Cin-
anybody. except for the juicy worried about not waking up or' c,nnatl Reds M^ing the pM-
morsels of scandal that would leaving the earth by reason of He and *"* their lead to
come out of the trial. The Ti- some other operational circum- 4 1_2 sames.
anic sank on its first voyage stance. I feel quite indifferent.: (The girl at my right in the
but that gave only an hour's pain; To be ejected suddenly and U!Y- | nus was telling here friend of the
rapt young Comunists as they
see their god-giving aid and com-
fort to the one whom they have
been hating above all the crea-
ture! on the earth and the beasts
in their holes under the earth
and the reptiles in the sea?
Hitler has crashed the gates of
western civilization and a little
man standing at this turn of his-
tory can only raise his fist in
helpless futility and ask ques-
tions: Who is safe now ? What is
safe? What will this eventually
mean to me and to all the things
I cherish?
No, I do not feel in the least
frightened by the approa hing
operation even though it is called
major. The world, as it looks
this morning, certainly is not one
worth holding fast to and nothing
good is go:ng to be lost by one
who leaves it at this stage of its
history.
Yet I fully expect to come out
of the operation and to keep go-
ing in a world in which. I hope,
impending events will not fall
with the dreadful crash that
seems imminent today.
In fact. I hope to write my
next piece from my hospital bed
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Appointed State A. Z A. Cl
man at the State Federatioi
B'nai B'rith Lodges at th.-
vention held the past week > -
and I pray for such a turn
events as will enable me to
"Well, it's good to live in a w
so loveley, to descend into Bl
aesthetic and then to find evi
thing had turned out beau
while I slept."
: had nothing to do with social ceremoniously from the current
destiny. At Kitty Hawk the world does not look like the worst
Wrights made their first flight that could happen to a man.
and to those who thought of the What if a man doesn't wake up
first airplane as anything more to look at a world of which Hit-
than a plaything it was a sign of ler is the master. At this mo-
the bright, wonderful new world ment this seems to be the dread-
that we were approaching. ful i-l'max of political and mili-
To be a Jew was no special tary processes that have been
pain. Only Russia was making going on during the recent month,
'f anti-Semitism a vicious social This morning (this is being writ-
practice, but for the victims there ten about two weeks ahead of
was escape. America still had publication) I woke up in a world
frontiers and plenty of room and which had come suddenly to a
to America they came and made turn of history. The large, black
lovely lives. Anti-Semitism was headlines left me stunned as by
- arcely a word we knew. Per- a blow btween the eyes. Ger-
secution of race and religion many and Russ:a had agreed and
d buried with the bones of Hitler was free to go placesto
the Torquemadas. g0 west and challenge the cur-
There Beemed plenty of room rent civilizationto humble
I world which by then seem- Franee and Englandto raise his
have been equitably divided: fist to the distant westward and
the occasional reports of unrest threaten th*s hemisphere and all
fur coat she had bought in the
August sale. The woman across
the aisle was reciting some reci-
pe for salad.)
But these were younger peo-
ple. It was no morning to wake
up in for people who long ago
looked at the increasing dawn
and were sure of a world grow-
ing inevitably better. I-ong ago
the biggest cracker factory in our
town proclaimed its assurance of
this in a slogan which it painted
on all its wagons: "The world is
Growing Better." but finally it
rubbed it out.
Hitler was inarching to blood-
less victories. The granaries 'and
oil and minerals of Russia were
at his command for boundless war
or for peace irrfli ted by force.
Hitler and Stalin!
(I am wondering how my Com-
munist friends are go i g to rat-
ionalize this sellout, what virtue
Baikal troubled only the that we cherish here.
Bl 8. Balkan peoples were What could stop him now? Eng- they will discover in Stalin ly-
pposed to be the good-natured, land? Fran-e? They had been ing down with H tier, what high-
Fword-bearing brawling folks we strengthening him in all these er purposes f^r.^he good of hu-
earned to know in comic operas years and now they stood tremb- inanity they will perceive in it.)
"The Chocolate Soldier"; ling before the creature of their Hitler with Stalin' What bo-
ther COUM never do any damage, own making. It was the darkest comes of the bright idea's of
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FRIDAY, SEPT 8, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN

LARGE SCALE SETTLEMENT
"URUEI) BY. REP. FISH AS
NECESSARY FOR I'EACE
London, (W'N'S)Upon arrival
here from Berlin last week, U.
S. Representative Hamilton Fish
of New York, warned that war
in Eastern Europe would over-
nijfht increase tremendously the t
number of refugees and declared
that the refugee problem was in-
separably involved with the en-
tire peace question. He urged
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue1 and' Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESChELOFF. Rabbi
US' Mi hlgnn Avenue
Phone 6-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'l'hone j-U'jli
DAILY SERVICES
Maariv at 7:00 P. M. daily.
Shachariss at 8:00 A. M. daily;
immediate emphasis on the prob- }:30 A. M., Saturday, ny.y
lem of commencing large-scale
resettlement measures. He Want-
ed American Jews against seek-
ing liberalization of immigration Shalosh S'oodost Saturday af-
laws. and said that he repre- ternoon at 0:30. Rabbi Meschil-
Sim.-has Torah. All daily and
Sunday School children must reg-
ister that morning. Our Sunday
sessions beginning oiv October ?.
1939, will continue through May
26, 1940- A capable staff is be-
ing engaged, and all materials
Mincha at 6:30 daily; 6:15 P. prepared to make this year even
M., Saturday. greater than the previous in ac-
complishment.
We appeal to all parents
Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services on Rosh
Hashonah and Yom Kippur at the Beth Jacob Congregation
and will be assisted by a choir.
sented a group of wealthy Amer-
ican -Jews prepared to furnish
$100,000, to finance a large-scale
refugee settlement project, pre-
ferably iiv Africa, with the ulti-
mate aim of colonizing a million
persons. Fish -aid that the Jew-
ish question is no longer discus-
sed in Germany, being considered
a closed matter.
iff will preach on
of the Week."
The Portion register your children for daily
or Sunday morning sessions dur-
ing the morning until the opcr-
Shulehar.' Aruch course daily at ing of publi(, school when ;, w
6:45 P. M.. by the Rabbi.
ft *******
SELICHOSS SERVICE *
Selichoss will be recited at
midnight this Saturday night in
the new synagogue building. Rab-
bi Mescheloff will speak on the
APPROVE JEWISH
REFUGEE SETTLEMENT
IN AUSTRALIA theme: "Israel cannot die." Can-
______ tor Maurice Mamches and a choir
be continued week-day afternoons.
BARUCH HABO
*******
We welcome 'bafk our presi-
dent, Mr. M. B. Frank, and fam-
ily, who have spent an extended
vacation in Hendersonviile and
New Y'ork. We are glad to haw
Perth, Australia. (WNS)Jew- of six blended voices under
ish settlement in the Kimberley direction of Alexander Druc-ke^
region was officially approved by will chant the services,
the State Government which ex-
, .u him working with and
ler the
for us
me oiare uovemmeiu ".. -- We most cor,|ially invite every, ,
pressed willingness to negot.ate j ^ Jewess and a chndren
subject to the approval of the ^ ^^
Commonwealth Government. I he.
Government's opposition, led by
i
pr< ssive service.
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NEW YEAR
Greetings
To All the Jewish Community
A seating committee is at the
synagogue all day long each week
for the sale of seats in both the
new synagogue building and the,
Talmud Torah building. Tickets \
will also be on sale Saturday, I
nght before and after Selichoss
service.
High Holy Day services will be
held in both our buildings. Rabbi )
Mescheloff will preach at the s vices in each. Cantors have been |
engaged for the Talmud Torah
building of whom you will be
proud.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL .
SAY
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to relatives and ALL your friends
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Our new semester in our Re-
ligious School will begin Sunday. j
October 8ththe Sunday after ,
------------------------------------------- ,
Mr. Lathan. has given warm sup-' |
port to the Jewish settlement pro- j
position. Mr. Latham contending
that if certftfa people overseas'
were ready to study the possi- I
bilities of the Kimberleys by irt- j
vesting money there, the refugees' j
would be welcomed.
Do You
Own
Yeur Home?
There never wee a better time
than new to bulid one
The Liberal Financing Through
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes H Passible
Olve me a oe.ll and I win rfadly
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Care Ackerman Ine. Agency
1015 Sevbold eidg.
Phone 2-3151
Tickets on Sale for the
New Synagogue
and
TalmuoVTorah
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
Beginning Evening of
September 13th
and
Yom Kippur
Beginning Evening of
September 22nd
ooo
Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff
Will Preach English
and- Yiddish Sermons
Throughout the
Holidays. .
1
Make Your
Reservations
j at Once
' Refugees and those in:
Need will be Supplied j
I with tickets Gratis Upon
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PAGE EIGHT
HP flWUH TLOMDUir
FRIDAY, 8EPT. 3, 1939
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi-
Office Phone 2-1473
THIRD AVENUE
497 Southwest 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
FOR THE YEAR
..* *
Daily services at 7:00 a- m., and
5:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning: at 8:30.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School9:00 a
m., to 12:00.
HIGH HOLIDAY
SERVICES

The High Holy Day services
will begirt with the ushering in of
Rosh Hashono, on Wednesday.
.September 13, at Beth David Syn-
agogue, and will terminate with
the expiration of Yom fcippur,
at sunset, September 23.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will offi-
ciate throughout the holiday sea-
son. Cantor Louis Hayman and
Cantor Louis Weinkle will chant
the Traditional Prayers.
A seating committee will be in
our Synagogue every evening
from 7:30 to 10:00 to take care
of the reservations for the High
Holy Day services- The Beth
David Congregation has com-
pletely renovated the interior of
the Synagogue and installed new-
soft cushion seats.
"Slichos" services will be held
at the Beth David Synagogue Sat-
urday. September 9 at 11:30 P.
M. These services precede the
inauguration of the High Holy
Days season. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will speak on the subject, "How
Long, Oh Lord, How Long "
UNVEILING
* **
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of Rena Viola Pol-
ster will take place Sunday. Sep-
tember 9 at 2:00 P. M., at the
Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will conduct the services.
.
SERVICES
Services in memory of the de-
parted ones of the members and
friends of Beth David will take
place Sunday, September 17th at
the Woodlawn Cemetery at 3:30
and at the City Cemetery at 4:30
P. M. Rabbi Shapiro will con-
duct the services.
RABBI SHAPIRO ISSUES
THE FOLLOWING
STATEMENT
"I feel constrained to 'Say a
"Happier New Year" for all
Jewry and Mankind. For we are
so constituted that whatever ef-
fects Jewry and Mankind in oth-
er parts of the world effects us
personally. In this glorious coun-
try of ours, where we share free-
dom and liberty equal with all
citizens, all of us become moved
at the reports of the Jews and
other groups in less civilized
countries and war-ridden conti-
nents. We give our bounty and
extend our sympathy to those in
distress and hope for a brighter
and happier New Year for them.
We, therefore pray for a "Hap-
pier New Year." May God grant
it."
B'nai B'rith
Holds Convention
ITALY JAILS
FOREIGN JEWS
The third annual convention of
the Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith lodges was held the
past week-end in Jacksonville,
.and was considered the most
successful ever held. The accom-
plishments for the past year were
perhaps ever more than had been
expected and through cooperation
of the relative heads of the chair-
men with the lodges and mem-
bership, much more progress was
attained.
Mr. Harry Slmnnhoff, chairman
of the Student's Union project
reported that an efficient work-
ing organization at Tallahassee
and Gainesville is under the su-
pervision of RaM>i F.ichorrn who is
in charge of this work at these
institutions. Rabbi Eichhorn al-
so reported on plans for the com-
ing year and what had been ac-
complished in the past year. Mr.
Abe Aronovitz. chairman of the
Stale Anti-D tarnation commit-
tee, reported that the State Fed-
eration is a medium of tremen-
dous possibilities in the Anti-De-
famation work Mr. Nathan
Adelman presented recctommen-
dation3 for an A. Z A. program
and was supplemented by a res-
olution from the A. Z. A. com-
nrttee read by Mr. Milton A.
Friedman which was accepted by
the convening body. The Jack-
sonville Lodge arranged a series
of elaborate entertainment for
the visitors and their wives and
Mr. Nat Shortstein of Jackson-
ville was in charge of arrange-
ments.
The district president. Mr. Al-
vin Kartus. delivered a brilliant
address at the luncheon and past
president Judge Fromberg gave
a fine address at the banquet.
The main speaker at the banquet
was Dean Matherly of the Uni-
versity of Florida.
The newly elected officers for
the ensuing year are B J. Cohen
of Orlando. President: Joe Click -
stein of Jacksonville, first Vice-
President: Elry Stone of Miami,
second Vice-President; Al Block
of Tallahassee, third Vice-Pres-
ident; Sam Stein of Tampa,
fourth Vice-Presidentj I. Figman
of St. Augustine, fifth Vice-
President; Sidney Birnbaum of
West Palm Beach. Secretary;
Rome. (WNS)-All foreign
.lews in northern Italy are being
systematically rounded, up by
ftalian authorities who are re-
leasing only those who are able
t prove that they were prepared
to leave the country within a
short tine. It was reported that
eight Jews, seized in Turin, were
escorted to the German border
although information about their
fate was not available.
It is said that since the gov-
ernment has close,) down the
Jewish relief committee for refu-
gees, the 4.000 Jewish refugees
from Germany have been reduced
to pitiful circumstances, many
living on house-to-house beggary.
JUNIOR
CONGREGATION
Special Junior services conduct-
ed by the Junior Congregation of
Beth David will take place in the
auditorium of our Talmud Torah.
Harold Shapiro and Stanley Hay-
man will conduct the services.
This marks the sixth year of Ju-
nior services for the High Holy
Days.
The Junior Congregation >s the
only one of its kind in the entire
state and parents are urged to
dren.
During the first two days of
tfce services, Thursday morning
at 10:00 A. M., Harold Shapiro
will speak on the subject, "Jew-
ish Youth," and on Friday morn-
ing at the same hour, he will
discuss "Jewish Youth and Reli-
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Executive secretary* The three
state chairmen appointed were
Harry Simonhoff, Student Union
Activities; Ahe Aronovitz. Anti-
Defamation Committee and Mil-
ton A. Friedman, A. Z. A.
Miami was chosen as the city
for the next convention to be
held in September 1840. Dr.
Frank Coret, outgoing president,
was presented with a beautiful
travelling case and Mr. Elry
Stone, outgoing secretary, was
also presented a gift.
Dr. Coret extended his thanks
to the State Federation Lodgei
throughout the State and the
membership for their cooperative
spirit and aid. He laid special
stress on the support given by
Sliolem Lodge of Miami.
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committee to advise them,
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Congregation
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i Minim "< Pioneer
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FRIDAY, SEPT 8, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE O wJewisti Ffforiidl i'& m PALESTINE GOVERNMENT r.EI.AXES RESTRICTIONS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue [ J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor I FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second claps mattei July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act ol March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year $2.00 Six Mcnths ••• %  *l-00 Jerusalem, (WNS)—The Palestine government was relaxing its restriction on Jewish immigration because of the international j situation and allowing refugees ; to enter in order that Palestine's defense forces might be strengthened. Refugees entering the country are being interned in' the Sarafend concentration camp and released when their status is clarified. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 193f VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 35 Brother Harry Simonhoff was drafted by popular acclaim to serve again as State Chairman of Student Union activities. Brother Abe Aronovitz was likewise popularly drafted to serve as state chairman of Anti-Defamation work. Congratulations to these Brothers and we trust that th y will continue their fine work in the interest of B'nai B'rith. B MUSHROOM SYNAGOGUES Brother Frank Coret. president of the State Federation during the past year, did a grand job as presiding officer of the business sessions of the Jacksonville Convention. Brother Coret displayed (food sportsmanship to 'he credit of Miami's delegation. in refusing to announce for re-election. Strictly Confidential TinrciTS FROM EVERYWHERE >' TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) CRISIS ECHOES Recent developments in Europe lead Westbrook to predict that Berlin will find it necessary to change its Aryan theory. .. He expects the Nazis to declare that the Japanese are not Oriental Aryans, as heretofore, but Oriental Jews, as conclusively proved by the name of thefr Prime Minister, Nobuyuki Abe. Orchids to Dorothy Thompson for her recent column entitled "Ecr?sez l'Infame" ... In it she calls the German Chancellor "an arsonist, a liar, a murderer, a blackmailer and a thief .... At another point she says: "Everybody knows that this 'government' rules by a acmarilla and a Pretorian Guard of finks, thugs, informers, terrorists and professional liars" %  Then there is her epigrammatic interpretation of 'current events: "Whatever the governments may say in their diplomatic letters, the people of the world are becoming a posse on a man-hunt" These political know-it-alls, Drew Pearson and Robert S. Allen, authors of the syndicated column "Washington Merry-Go-Round," insist that the Nazis have definite military superiority over France and England. ... Did you, by the wav. notice the bad press Josef Vissaronicivk Dzhugashvili is getting these days? In case you didn't notice, just look and see what your daily paper has to say about Stalin—who is the same guy B During the course of the year the Jewish Community finds itself facing various problems. As the holiday season approaches it is once more confronted with the problem of Mushroom Synagogues. A Hall, a Store, a Hotel Lobby, finds itself converted into a house of worship for the holiest three days of the year. In fact, any place will do for these profiteers to gather in the shekels under the guise of religion. Cannot these individuals understand that all is not gold that flitters—That a line must be drawn as to how far they can go in the battle for the Almightv dollar—Are they not faced daily with present conditions and circumstances that are horriblci for Jews?—Do they not realize that by their acts and deeds they alone are not judged, but also the Jewish people as a whole? Do thev not realize the thoughts created in the minds of non-Jews, that members of our own faith should so commercialize that which is so sacred to them? What could the resultant opinion of anyone be when he sees crude flashy signs stretched across these places and blatant advertisements in daily pacers, all claiming support for these "Three Day synagogues. It is too bad that established and legitimate synagogues today subsist bv the methods they must resort to to keep their doors open. There is a feeling of repugnance that cannot be dispelled when we go to pray and have to endure the auctioning of Aliyohs and honors and everlasting appeals. Yet this practice cannot be condemned nor nothing can be said because the present lading of Judaism and Synagogue support necessitates this action. But definitely, are we compensated for this unpleasantness by having at our beck and call the services of qualified spiritual leaders every day in the year. We have a place to worship. Sunday .Schools and Talmud Torahs for our children. Pray tell us what these Mushroom Synagogues have to offer? ... It is up to the community to boycott these irresponsib e commercial overnight enterprises and by %  *• ***** failure once and for all. this evil practice of going into business" for three days "with the L or d as a Partner. Sholem Idge did itself 'proud' with a strong delegation, as anticipated, numbering 27 Brothers The politics of the Convention were controlled by our delegation. With the cooperation of other large delegations from Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa, the political issues were "cut and dried" in caucus before actual presentation on the floor of the Convention. B — Sholem Lodge brought home well deserved honors from this Convention. Brother Klry Stone was elected Second Vice-President of the State Federation. The City of Miami and Sholem Lodge will play host to the next annual State Convention in September, 1940. Miami was chosen as the next convention city by popular acclaim. B MISTY MYSTICISM Credit is due to the lax Lodge for doing a wonderful job as host of the recent convention. The program of business and entertainment was excellent. Congratulation's to .lax Lodge for putting on a great convention. -B The delegates who were able to attend th'fc convention had the privilege of hoarinT a few outstanding personalties. Brother Alvin Kartus, President of DUtrict No. ". delivered a brilliant address at the Sunday luncheon It was an inspiration which Wi be long rememb red by the Brothers who attended. The gnp speaker at the h-innuet Mo-'-.v trirht was D'.-m Walter J. Math .,-ly of the Un've-sity of Florida, prominent authority on economics. The Dean'8 address was potent with words of wisdom Brother Judge Frombers: of Washington, 1 C, snoke briefly on the place of the .1 w in Democracy. The Honorable R. A G*ay, Secretary of State, honored th" gathering with a brief but s : gr.'ificant and t ; mely talk. The. speaking program was presided over by Brother Philip Selber of Jacksonville. one ..f the better-known columnists recently regaled Ins readers with tlifollowing "mystic" calculations. Thomas Nfasaryk. he points out. was born in 1850 and became president of the Czech Republic in 1018. He governed for IT years, and retired at the age of 85 Adding all these numbers von g.'1 3870. which, when diivded hy 2. gives yon 193a. the year he resigned. Wilhelm II of Germany, again, was born in 1859. and his reign began in 1888. Ho reigned for 30 vears nhdieHtiiiR at the age of 59. Add all these numbers a „d von get 3836. which you divide by 2 to get 1918, the yepr the Kaiser fled Germany. By way of rousing false h es ,,,„ columnist then cites the case of Hitler, who was born m 1889 and rose to power in 1933. %  Today, at the age of ;0, ,„. has been the Fuehrer for six years. The total of these num bers is :878 half of which is 1939. What we wanl to ,„,;,„ oui i, that this last sentence is necessarily true, • „,;,„„,, it doesn't indicate H'tier'a early demis %  other %  %  ,„oval Rtcause what you're actually doing in any of t >se pn ,,,,l„,io,,s is the following (we'll take the case "fMasaryk. 1 „s„ we like hint hcstl Von take lus lurthdate 1^0, addon to it him* his tenth anniversary ... the JWi presidency. 7S. which gives you 1928. the year of h,s tenth ; ,nniversnrv \n you take the year his presidency fa, 1018 and add on to it the length of his ml. -1 the ti I that anniversary. 10 years, which agan naturally gn-es *u ,,,.s So that the sum of all these figures must .nevitanl> he'twice 1928. or 8M Ml of which means that wh. •> involved here isn't u lt science, but s.mple arithmetic, ih, kind von learned in the fourth grade. Gel >'. ... -BB'NAI B'RITH m TIPS (BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL) The .lax I-odge put on a special initiation featuring a crack degree team. The ritual was conducted with dignity. It was com mittcd to memory. This should be an inspiration to all lodges in the future. Sholem I-odge, please take notice. The initiation cer?moniei honored Brother Hyman Jacobs of Atlanta. District Treasurer, in whose honor the initiation class was named. Brother Jacobs has be"n an insniration to many B'nai B'rith Lodges. The State Convention was a fine success. It was well attended. Evry city with a B'nai B'rith Lodge had representation present. I! BroOu-r Maier Triest. Charleston. Secretary of District No. •'•• was present and attended the business sessions. THIS AND THAT A French W b,sed on the storv of the St. Louis refugee ship Ms jtut been fin-shed in Paris. ... The approximately Sm ** among the American delegates to the^ Zioms Congress last week were cabline frantic appeals to their friends in this country to use their influence to get them accommodations on American steamers, so that they'd have a chance to be back in time for the Holy Days Here s hoping that by the time this appears in print most of them will be back. PALESTINE POUCH ]) %  ,] von know that while New York Rwfcfflrid fhe other dav with the thermometer hovering around the flO-d.-erce mark ,„il the hnmiditv running it n .lend heat, the maximum temperature in Tel Aviv was only 77 degreest Ahmed Husl s rfn leader of the Egyptian Green Shirts, has nrgwitljrappeal. ,.,1 to Hitler to become e Moslem. • "Unleess von join the ranks of the Faithful." writes Ahmed, "your baffle is lost"... What do you think the Tel Aviv movies were featuring duri„„ the European crisis" A nswer: The American movie "Love and Hisses." w'tb Walter Wlnchell. 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FRIDAY, SEPT 8, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN • LARGE SCALE SETTLEMENT "URUEI) BY. REP. FISH AS NECESSARY FOR I'EACE London, (W'N'S)—Upon arrival here from Berlin last week, U. S. Representative Hamilton Fish of New York, warned that war in Eastern Europe would overnijfht increase tremendously the t number of refugees and declared that the refugee problem was in• separably involved with the entire peace question. He urged BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue 1 and' Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESChELOFF. Rabbi US' Mi hlgnn Avenue Phone 6-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'l'hone j-U'jli DAILY SERVICES Maariv at 7:00 P. M. daily. Shachariss at 8:00 A. M. daily; immediate emphasis on the prob}:30 A. M., Saturday, ny.y lem of commencing large-scale resettlement measures. He Wanted American Jews against seeking liberalization of immigration Shalosh S'oodost Saturday aflaws. and said that he repreternoon at 0:30. Rabbi MeschilSim.-has Torah. All daily and Sunday School children must register that morning. Our Sunday sessions beginning oiv October ?. 1939, will continue through May 26, 1940A capable staff is being engaged, and all materials Mincha at 6:30 daily; 6:15 P. prepared to make this year even M., Saturday. greater than the previous in accomplishment. We appeal to all parents Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services on Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur at the Beth Jacob Congregation and will be assisted by a choir. sented a group of wealthy American -Jews prepared to furnish $100,000, to finance a large-scale refugee settlement project, preferably iiv Africa, with the ultimate aim of colonizing a million persons. Fish -aid that the Jewish question is no longer discussed in Germany, being considered a closed matter. iff will preach on of the Week." The Portion register your children for daily or Sunday morning sessions during the morning until the opcrShulehar.' Aruch course daily at ing of publi( school when ;, w 6:45 P. M.. by the Rabbi. ft **•*•**** • SELICHOSS SERVICE Selichoss will be recited at midnight this Saturday night in the new synagogue building. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the APPROVE JEWISH REFUGEE SETTLEMENT IN AUSTRALIA theme: "Israel cannot die." Cantor Maurice Mamches and a choir be continued week-day afternoons. BARUCH HABO • •**•***** • %  We welcome 'bafk our president, Mr. M. B. Frank, and family, who have spent an extended vacation in Hendersonviile and New Y'ork. We are glad to haw Perth, Australia. (WNS)—Jewof six blended voices under ish settlement in the Kimberley direction of Alexander Druc-ke^ region was officially approved by will chant the services, the State Government which ex, u him working with and ler the for us me oiare uovemmeiu ".. -We most cor ,| ially invite every, pressed willingness to negot.ate j ^ Jewess and a „ chndren subject to the approval of the ^ ^^ Commonwealth Government. I he. Government's opposition, led by i pr< ssive service. &f I • • 1 I i -M fc'32*^*^*! SEAT RESERVATIONS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO LET US SOLVE YOUR NEW YEAR'S GREETING CARD PROBLEM! PHONE 2-1141 AND LET wJewist IFBoirBdS&in CARRY YOUR Rosh Hashonah NEW YEAR Greetings To All the Jewish Community A seating committee is at the synagogue all day long each week for the sale of seats in both the new synagogue building and the, Talmud Torah building. Tickets \ will also be on sale Saturday, I nght before and after Selichoss service. High Holy Day services will be held in both our buildings. Rabbi ) Mescheloff will preach at the so.Ibfe Information aa to lta plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ine. Agency 1015 Sevbold eidg. Phone 2-3151 Tickets on Sale for the New Synagogue and TalmuoVTorah 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 Beginning Evening of September 13th and Yom Kippur Beginning Evening of September 22nd ooo Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Will Preach English andYiddish Sermons Throughout the Holidays. 1 Make Your Reservations j at Once Refugees and those in: • Need will be Supplied j I with tickets Gratis Upon I Application. I 1



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDlxtN FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 193' Plain Talk MY OPERATION (BY AL SEGAL) 1 have just made a date for an Yes. it was a pleasant world rptMtion in the hospital. (I don't and we knew Europe only as a thinf it's a very serious opera-' place to which more fortunate tion.) In former times I would; people went for vacation and have been jittery about going to brought back fine linens as gifts a hospital for an'operation. I for relatives and friends. An op-j would have trembled to consider' eration, however, minor, was a the hazards of death; to leave matter to worry about; it would this earth seemed the worst thing have been dreadful to wake up that could happen to a man. and miss the great, future. It was ratfcer a lovely place. Xow as I make ready for my Everybody was sure that every operation. I am conscious of no tomorrow was going to be a bettroubling at all. Not that I am ter than today for the world. Of fond of operations. I wish Hitcourse, people had their own troui er h ad this operation in my „., % „„ nr ,, bles-toothaches and financial place From the time of a prevCANTOR NATHAN WROOBEL problems and divorces—but huj ous operation, long ago. I rewill vhant the Rosh Hashman society as a whole was member the post-anaesthetic nau""ah and Yom Kippur services at marching forward to a good desB ea, ,(,,, pa j n j n m y back which the Miami Jewish Orthodox Continy, it seemed. (Mankind alj was tol(I WM a cons equence of gregation. ready could behold the outlines | y j ng on tno operating table. I !" I ~—: ", -f The temple.) remember being under strict orn """""f '" •"<' Me-time eve n of Tomorrow would bring us one ders to lie flat o n my back for. the oldest c,tl en bul most p ""; day closer to the temple, everya week, though my whole being > ,u e s a ,v, 1 >' mindful ,,f body was certain. The news of desired to turn over. tragedy fallmK on Civilization. ( the world never was anything to But I find I am not in the least The talk was mMt, y of tlu Cin anybody. except for the juicy worried about not waking up or' c,nnatl Reds M^ing the p Mmorsels of scandal that would leaving the earth by reason of He and *"* their lead to come out of the trial. The Tisome other operational circum4 1_2 sames. •anic sank on its first voyage stance. I feel quite indifferent.: (The girl at my right in the but that gave only an hour's pain; To be ejected suddenly and U!Y| nus was telling here friend of the rapt young Comunists as they see their god-giving aid and comfort to the one whom they have been hating above all the creature! on the earth and the beasts in their holes under the earth and the reptiles in the sea? Hitler has crashed the gates of western civilization and a little man standing at this turn of history can only raise his fist in helpless futility and ask questions: Who is safe now ? What is safe? What will this eventually mean to me and to all the things I cherish? No, I do not feel in the least frightened by the approa hing operation even though it is called major. The world, as it looks this morning, certainly is not one worth holding fast to and nothing good is go : ng to be lost by one who leaves it at this stage of its history. Yet I fully expect to come out of the operation and to keep going in a world in which. I hope, impending events will not fall with the dreadful crash that seems imminent today. In fact. I hope to write my next piece from my hospital bed MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Appointed State A. Z A. Cl man at the State Federatioi B'nai B'rith Lodges at th.vention held the past week > and I pray for such a turn events as will enable me to "Well, it's good to live in a w so loveley, to descend into Bl aesthetic and then to find evi thing had turned out beau while I slept." : had nothing to do with social ceremoniously from the current destiny. At Kitty Hawk the world does not look like the worst Wrights made their first flight that could happen to a man. and to those who thought of the What if a man doesn't wake up first airplane as anything more to look at a world of which Hitthan a plaything it was a sign of ler is the master. At this mothe bright, wonderful new world ment this seems to be the dreadthat we were approaching. ful i-l'max of political and miliTo be a Jew was no special tary processes that have been pain. Only Russia was making going on during the recent month, 'f anti-Semitism a vicious social This morning (this is being writpractice, but for the victims there ten about two weeks ahead of was escape. America still had publication) I woke up in a world frontiers and plenty of room and which had come suddenly to a to America they came and made turn of history. The large, black lovely lives. Anti-Semitism was headlines left me stunned as by arcely a word we knew. Pera blow btween the eyes. Gersecution of race and religion many an d Russ : a had agreed and • d buried with the bones of Hitler was free to go places—to the Torquemadas. g0 west and challenge the curThere Beemed plenty of room rent civilization — t o humble I world which by then seemFranee and England—to raise his have been equitably divided: fist to the distant westward and the occasional reports of unrest threaten th*s hemisphere and all fur coat she had bought in the August sale. The woman across the aisle was reciting some recipe for salad.) But these were younger people. It was no morning to wake up in for people who long ago looked at the increasing dawn and were sure of a world growing inevitably better. I-ong ago the biggest cracker factory in our town proclaimed its assurance of this in a slogan which it painted on all its wagons: "The world is Growing Better." but finally it rubbed it out. Hitler was inarching to bloodless victories. The granaries 'and oil and minerals of Russia were at his command for boundless war or for peace irrfli ted by force. Hitler and Stalin! (I am wondering how my Communist friends are go i g to rationalize this sellout, what virtue Baikal troubled only the that we cherish here. Bl 8. Balkan peoples were What could stop him now? Engthey will discover in Stalin lypposed to be the good-natured, land? Fran-e? They had been ing down with H tier, what highFword-bearing brawling folks we strengthening him in all these er purposes f^r.^he good of huearned to know in comic operas years and now they stood trembinanity they will perceive in it.) "The Chocolate Soldier"; ling before the creature of their Hitler with Stalin' What bother COUM never do any damage, own making. It was the darkest comes of the bright idea's of There's nothing Quite Like Alka-Seltzer And They Say /t With • Smile! Do the members of YOUR family say this? If not, perhaps it is because you have never given Alka-Seltzer a thorough trial. Without exception, the people we know who have used AlkaSeltzer are enthusiastic in its praise. If Alka-Seltzer is as good as we say it is, you want it in your me, icine cabinet: if it is not. it won't cost you a penny. We will reful the purchase price of any new user who uses a full package, accor ing to directions, and is not entirely satisfied with the results. Your family will need Alka-Seltzer sooner and more often thi you think. Our guarantee of satisfaction or money refuni covers its use in all disorders listed 1 i low. Gas on Slomach. Acid Indigestion. Heart burn. "Morning After", Muscular Palm, Neuralgia. Headache. Distress of Cold*, as a Oar* elo In Minor Thnnt 'rrl'nflnns. Alka-Seltzer



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# Jewish Flloiriiclliai m COMBINWG Tlhe Jewish njmilty 3&JL AJLUTULA VQjuiSkSLy VOL. 12.—NO. 35. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPT 8, 1939 PRICE TEN CENTS AGGRESSIflM. VOLUNTEER FOR SERVICE A MOST IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO GREATER MIAMI JEWRY FROM THEIR RABBIS REICH JEWRY FEAR NAZI REPRISALS. SPEED CONSCRIPT! Warsaw, —While the rabbinate ordered special prayers for peace and strengthening of the Polish forces the entire 1 Jewish press urged all Jewthroughout Poland to help in defense against "Nazi aggression." All newspapers declared editorially that Poland would fight to the last for freedom from Nazi aggression. Meanwhile, Jewish youth groups were volunteering for service in the Polish Army and Red Cross, and the Jewish population generally was engaged in special defense measures thruout the country. Orthodox Jews were said to be working even on the Sabbath, explaining that the danger of war and the duty of defending their country absolves them from observing the Sabbath day. ^j The Jewish Parliamentary club adopted a resolution which stated: "In the present decisive hour when, in a manner rousing the admiration of the whole world, the Polish State is preparing to resist and is resisting plans threatening its integrity, independence and sovereignty against barbarism, godlessness and breach of faith, the entire Jewish population of Poland declares that it is prepared to make any sacrifice for strengthening of the country's internal unity and defense forces. This preparedness is not only an expression of desire to perform normal duties but is the ^ result of the deepest civic con~3 viction that the fate of the Polish State, with which we are Indiasolubly bound, is at stake. Patriotism is not only a duty but the equal right of equal citizens." The last 1.000 refugees, all of whom had been deported from Germany, and who had been forced to remain in a frontier camp station at Zhenszyn, were distributed throughout Poland and the camp dissolved. Nazi Planes Romb Jewish Villages; Many Jews Killed in Warsaw Area Warsaw, (WNS)—Polish suburbs of the Warsaw district were subjected to repeated bomb1*^, ings by German planes acocrding to information which said that towns suffering heaviest damage from Nazi air raids are Podkewa, Lesna, Brwinow, and Pruskel, all of which have large Jewish populations. In spite of Nazi assurances that open towns will not be bombed, German war planes inflicted heavy damage to a number of villages outside of the Warsaw districtThousands of Jews and non-Jews have fled from the city of Czestochowa, in southwest Poland, which was captured by German troops and later recaptured by the Polish army. The city has a Jewish population of ^ about 27,000. At least two hun*%! dred Jews were forced to abanJEWS CAUSE ALLIES' ENTRY INTO WAR Paris. (WNS)—Declaring that the "Jewish plutocratic and demccratic upper crust" was respons'b'e for the Allies' declaration of war against the Reich, Chancellor Adolf Hitler, broadcusting an appeal to the German people, said: "The German people know that the British people as a whole cannot be made responsible for all this. It is the Jewish plutocratic and democratic upper crust which, in all peoples of the world, desires to see only obedient slaves and which hates our new Reich because it sees in it a model for social work which it fears because it might prove contagious also in their country." don plans to emigrate to Palestine. Jewish quarters of Warsaw, inhabited by approximately 350,000 were among the hardest hit sections in the repeated bombings by German planes. Many Jews were killed and wounded in air raids on the Jewish suburb of Kolo and Otwock. A total of 100 bombs were dropped on Warsaw during the air raid on Friday. Many Jews were among the casualties when the town of I.ubin, Brest. Rzcszow, Radom and Cracow were bombed on SaturdayJewish parliamentarians attending a special session of the Sejni declared that the Jewish population without exception were prepared to make every sacrifice to ensure Poland's victory in her war against Nazi aggressionThe statement was received with cheers from all assembled deputies. The Polish information bureau broadcast an announcement that the Polish frontier town of Zbenzsyn, until last week the site of a large Jewish refugee camp, i had been recaptured by Polish forces. It was reported that all Jewish communities throughout Poland have formed coordinating state ; defense committees to cooperate with the authorities. It was also J learned that all Jewish groups I have responded enthusiastically to an appeal made by President \ Ignace Mosciciki calling upon the Polish nation to resist Germany's i invasion. The rabbinate, the Zionist organization, Jewish labor and youth groups have expressed their willngness to cooperate to the fullest extent followI ng the publication of appeals to I their memberships which voiced the Jewish population's determiI nation to make every sacrifice in I defense of Poland. All of the Rabbis in Greater Miami hereby urge Miami Jewry to realize that worship during the High Holy Days must not be made into a farce. No Jew can believe that his prayers are acceptable to God. unless they are offered in a true congregation which fulfills its responsibilities and obligation.to Israel and humanity, and not in some so-called etc., etc. congregation which springs up over night for private commercial reasons. These mushroom congregations have no responsibilities and do not face th-ir obligations towards the Greater Miami Jewish community. We. therefore, implore Greater Miami Jewry to worship in the established Synagogues and Temples in Miami and Miami Beach, and to support these organizations which serve our local community, Israel and God throughout the year. With wishes for a truly happy year, a year in which Miami Jewry may act with dignity to the glory of the name of Is.*acl. Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami Goldman Returns Geneva Conference New York. (WNS) —First news of the position of the Jews in the European war zone was brought to this country by Dr. Solomon Goldman, president of the Zionist Organization of America, who arrived here aboard the Queen Mary Monday (September 4.) Dr. Goldman headed a group of American delegates returning from the World Zionist Congress which '-t week concluded a week's sessi n in Geneva. Switzerland. Dr. Goldman's statement as follows: "The twenty-first Zionist Congress seeme just now far removed from us. The cataclysmic events of the last several days confront civilized humanity with only one issue—that of assuring the victory of humanity over barbarism The British and French people are fighting for all of us. Unless we are badly informed, hundreds of thousands of Germans will desert to the Allies. Hitler will go down to ignominious defeat leaving behind only the bleak memories of an evil nightmare." "The Zionist Congress meeting on the eve of war again proved that Zionism is guided by principles and not by expediency. Despite the injustice perpetrated on our movement by the recent White Paper on Palestine, the instantly decided where our duties lie. In the present struggle Zionists, as always, will be found on


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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH TLOEIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1939 STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Refugees Face Internment In Allied Countries Wa shi ngt on.(WNS) —The State Department learned that tens of thousands of Jewish refugees in England and France, immigrants from Germany, Austria and former Czechoslovakia, face interment in the Allied countries. (Continued from Page Three) bers 422,000. Jewish live births during a recent-threemonth period amounted to 2,655, while Moslem live births in the same period totalled 11,770. • • •, The first three months of 1939 According to Robert T. Pell, head saw 734 divorces in Palestine, 586, <>' the State Department's refuJewish and 148 Moslem. One' W activities, many of these inof the most profitable industries terned will be permitted to enter in Eretz Israel is the publishing th c United States under German, field. Even the Dwir Comj Czech and Austria quotas, plans pany. founded with money col-1 ?r which are now being worked lected by the late Dr. Shmaryahu ; out In the meantime, Pell said. Levin* from American and Canaimmigration from Germany and djan Jews, announced a profit of Nazi-dominated countries has almost $10,000 for the 1938 fiscal stopped hut those who have sucyear. Don't let anybody kid ceeded in getting out of G;ryou—there's plenty of Jewish many may come i n under the exland in Palestine that could be toting quotas when visas are developed if the British adminisavailable. Thousands of refugees tration would stop Arabs from now In camps in England and interfering when |be rightful France have volunteered for serowners. who paid high prices for vice with the Allied forces and it it. try to take possession. .And to expected that their services if the Jewish National Fund had wi bo accepted as soon as plans more money it could even now are perfected. Those of th? reget first-class land for new demair.der who will be unable to velopments. Despite the strict cnt, r the United States under movie censorship in Palestine a exist'ng quota laws will probably large number of Nazi films nr> remain in camps until after cesshown. apparently with the blesssation of present hostilities with ing of the authorities. In the IHtl prospect of finding a new recent Haifa-Tel Aviv boat r:i •' homeland. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. KABRI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6!>S6 Indian Creek Drive—<-12CS E30 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or b'"th Of the Rnhbis will be In the Temple every morm-. You may eo.iault with Ihem on matters concerning the Jewls comm nity. or >< %  paisonal problems. You will be assured sympathetl bearing and advice, and, needlesi t.. say. each matter will be held .n strict confidence. DR. FRANK CORET Outgoing president of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. CONGREGATIONAL a Jew navigating a sloop rig crossed the finish line a winner, Our idea of the height *f (ruelty is what was recently done to a German Jew. ... He Wui granted a capitalist visa to enter Palestine, but his children, 8 and 10 years old, were refused admission by the British Administration. ABOUT PEOPLE Not very popular among the leading ladies of screenland is Ingrid Bergman. David Selznick's latest discovery. She just passed special technicolor tests with flying colors—which is something that few of the feminine tai tan do. Sophie Tucker, who is r,o]ding out against the entire 1-A combination in the current actors' union ficht. is training the admiration of those who know why she is doing it. Although Ralph Whitehead, her asso iati een accused of having misis d funds, she says "Until they rove that he's guilty I wi'.! stand by him" Benna Schneider is %  ( %  turning to his old love, the Artef Theatre, and this season will reel "Baal Shem" Marlen? Iiietrich has just returned from .. European trip which' was a flop. She tried to e'< her mother and sister out of Naziland, but Hitler refused to give them their passports. Mar%  • ne, as you know, is a pure Aryan, but has never disguised her dislike of the Nazis. Cancellation of the White House conference on refugees, called by President Roosevelt for October IS and 16, was a certainty in view of the war situation. Meanwhile. Myron C. Taylor. American vicechairman of the Intergovernmental Refugee Committee is expected to confer with State Department officials here th ; s weekEngland Strengthens Alien Law To Protect German Refugees London, IWNSI-Germans and REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. 16th Ave. Austrian* now in England, most of whom arc refugees, will be •subject to new measures under the Alien Law, amended by an order-ii.-council Home Society Secretary Sir John Anderson announced in the House of Commons that the British Government will immediately review their cases in order to avoid treating as enemies those who are friendly to the country which offered them asylum. The amendment requires all enemy aliens over 16 years of age to report to the police and forbids Germans and Austrians to change their residence without police permission. Ivor to travel more than five miles from their homes without authority. The order also forbids such aliens to absent themselves from their residences for more tha n 24 hours without reporting to the neaiest police station. WOLPERT'S FURNITURES BARGAINS! "We Reiuse To Be Undersold" 155 W. FLAGLER ST; PHONE 3-4132 ..'** %  i MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.—1453 8. W. 8ih Street WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" Why Be Old-Fashioned and Make Enemies? rrTJousT BROS. T^S 1 L: is the BEST? YOUNG RABBI .'iT years old, married, two childr n, well versed in Yiddish and English: Excellent Chazan, Organizer. Wonderful speaker, H brew & Sunday S.hool teacher; Shoched f( r chickens: leader of Torah, wish?* a permanent position in the South; willing to come for a tr al. Answer THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami Florida. [HE 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. Phone 2-1141 and We will be Happy to Serve You "Do not withdraw thyself from Congregation."—Hillel. Regular services will be conducted at Temple Israel, this Friday evening, September 8th, 103!'. at 8:15 P. M.. by Dr. Jacob H Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The memories of the following will be hallowed in the Kaddish service this Friday evening: Joseph Cohen, brother of Mrs Hermna Wronker. Gus Eisemann, brother of Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer. YAHRZEITS Johanna Kate Perlman. Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Perlman. Jeanette Metzger, mother of Mrs. J. Eppstein. Sol Henry Adler. Harris Livingston. Esther Hirshlerg, moth jof There is no assessment whatsoever to paid-up members of tn %  Temple for High Holy Day pel The seating committee will I. our Temple to serve you, on Sun day morning, September 10th, 1980, from 10:00 A. Ifto 1 HI P. M., and on Monday Tues ; and Wednesday, September !' h through 13th. from 9:00 A. M (a .">:00 P. M Cards for admittai to the services may be obtained from the committee on days. It is an accepted policy of I' pie Israel that every Jew who wishes to worship with us i< come. If you know of any ne*son or family, financially unaV to worship with us, notify the Temple committee and I will be furnished without < rassment to the recipients. NEW YEAR SERVICES Mrs. Bernard Feldman. HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES • ••••••••• Temple Israel of Miami invites its members and friends to worship on the High Holy I lays, which will be ushered in al the New Year services on Wednesday evening. September 18th, 1930 al 8:15 o'clock, and Thursday morning, Sept< mber 14th. 1088 at 10:00 o'clock. Wednesday evening, Septemi 18th, i!'3'., at 8:16 P. M.. sen will be conduct!d by Rabbi man A. Zwitman The serin will he given by Dr. Jacob Kaplan, on the subject: "A N Covenant." Thursday morning. Septetr 14th. 1989 at 10:00 A. M.. i • s will be conducted by Dr. Js H Kaplan. The sermon wi] given by Rabbi Colman A Z\ man on the subject: "6700 1939? A Question of Age.'' £? n o un DR.MILES NERVINE —maJjZd aoocL Hundreds Of Thousands Of Times Each Year Dr. Miles Nervine Makes Good When you are wakeful, jumpy, restless, when you suffer from Nervous Irritability, Nervous Indigestion. Nervous Headache, or Travel Sickness, give DR. MILES NERVINE a chance to make good for YOU. Don't wait until nerves have kept you awake two or three nights, until you are restless, jumpy and cranky. Get a bottle of Dr. Miles Nervine the next time you pass a drug store. Keep it handy. You never know when you or some member of your family will need it At Your Drug Store: Small Bottle 25( Large Bottle $1.00 Dr. Miles Nervine Is also made In Effervescent Tablet from.



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FRIDAY, 8EPT 8, 1939 THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAK PAGE FIVE # THE Y. M. H. A* NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) BLUMBERO WIN8 HERALD DUCKPIN TOURNAMENT Nat Blumberjr. the war horse first baseman of the "Y" Dianond-ball team, displayed mark. ) ability in another field of -port when he won himself a trip to Havana. Cuba, by scoring a t,.tal of 1515 pins to win the Handicap Duckpin Bowling; Tournament sponsored by the M'aini HeraldIt is quite an honor to Nat and also to the "Y" whom he represented. when one conriders that more than 300 bowler* from all parts of the South participated. Hal Levinson, another "Y" bowler, made a fine showing n finishing: eleventh with a *o•.il score of 14fifi pins. Following are the other "Y" %  umbers who participated in tni; tournament and their complete I* DEPORTED REFUGEES SEIZED AFTER THEY LAND IN SWEDEN Stockholm, (WNS) — Sixteen refugees from Czecho-Slovakia, most of whom are Jews, were picked up on the island of Uto in Stockholm Bay by Swedish au[ thorlties who deported the refugees immediately after their arrest. Among them was Krwin I-eobl, a member of the former Czech Parliament. After being fed by the Swedish port authorises and allowed to rest, the refugees we~e placed aboard the sailing vessel and escorted by the coast guard past Swedish territorial waters. Forth. West Australia. (WNS) —The Synod of the Anglican Diocese of Porth. unanimously adopted a resolution to reserve certain a e as in the Kimherleys for Jewish refugee settlementDr. Le Fanu, Primate of Australia was instrumental in obtaining support for the action. -. ores: Pins Hdcp. Total Nat Blumberg 1156 860 1515 Hal Levinson 1274 192 1466 Louis Seitlin 113*5 240 1876 Abe Winer 1149 224 1373 Harry Schwartz 1166 208 1373 Marty Milstein nut; 17*? 1872 Dave Rosenthal 1046 320 1866 %  \1 Berkowitz 1172 184 1350 Paul Barnett 1110 240 I860 Joe Berman 1103 240 1343 Morris Wroobel 1132 160 1292 We are hanpi> to note that Manager Jack Vpte s back at work again. } Y. M C. A. WINS OVER Y. M. H. A.-SCORE 6-5 In a rip-roaring diamondball finale to determine the chami lionship of the Reach League— the YM. H. A. was nosed out | iv the Y. M. C. A. 6 to 5 to end the playing season of 1939 All in all. Dr. Weinkle, manager of the team made a fine showing for The year with the talent On hand. The boys reached the finals of •h district tournament—w e r e eiven a trip to the State Tourment at St. Petersburg where they lost OUt in the first TOUwd. In the second Golden Ball Tourney, the boys won th ir first two games but were defeated in their third try. In their own Reach eague they won the Second half I tic. Thai mine frans concludes the Y. M H. A. diamond-ball season for 1939 unless a special game •an be arranged between the Y. M. H. A. Station and the Y. M. H. A. Juniors, to determine who the best around the "Y." PerOOimllv, 1 believe th Juniors will win if the game is played. I dare the Seniora to accept this chali n*e. How's about it. Dr. Weinkle? and Ralph Grossman? Y JU^TOP "Y" DIAMONDBALL SEASON ENDS MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RtSIDBNCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5192 We are mighty proud of our Junior "Y" team, managed by Kalnh Grossman and coached by Al Reisman. Organized this year, the boys were entered in the Miami Field Junior LeagueOut of a total of 20 games playau" for the y*ar, the Juniors won 14 to finish second in their league. They also entered the Golden Ball Tourney where they won one and lost one. In conclusion, we wish to mention the names of the players who made this fine showing possible: Teddv Sackowitz. Jack Rosenthal, S. B. Btrger, Norton NAT Bl.lIMBBRG who won the Herald annual summer sweepstakes bowling tournament with a total duckpin score of 1515. Mr. Blumberg was the winner of a trip to Tuba and a gold trophy. He was one of the organisers of the Young Men's Hebrew Association and is treasurer of th•• organization, which position he has held for six years. He has been first-baseman of the Y. M. H. A diamondball team for the past seven y.a*s and played in the 28-inning ball game, whi h has the world record for being the longest game folayed. He hlso played in the Golden Ball Tournament which the Ywon lost year. Pallot. Hal Berkowitz. Mush Marks. H. Weintraub. Mitchell Goldman. Howard Schwartz, Pump Kcsser. Eli Marks. Bottle Ornstein. Murry Zone Marvin Ante av.il Murray Miller. Water hoys —Ronald Pallot and Don Berkowitz. Anil that's for the diamond-ball season. POST YOM KIPPUR DANCE SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 24th Nat Blumberg, ti ket chairman of the fifth annual Y. M H. A. Post Yom Kippur dance informs your correspondent that ticket sales are rapidly picking up "'i' 1 bePeves a sell-out will take place before the dance if Bales continue at the'r present pace Every detail to assure your complete enjoyment at the Mahi Temple has been prepared Buy your tickts now. Y Due to the Rosh Hashonah holidays the "Y" clubrooms will be closed Wednesday evening. Thursday and Friday and will reopen Saturday night. •vi -i -s cw*o cT.tna All Kinds Religious Articles—Hebrew Book B. KLEIN 257 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida WANTED! Will pay $1.00 each for copies of The Jewish Floridian ia*ae of November 19, 1937. Address CHARLES LUBELSKY Care P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida CANTOR LOUIS HAYMAN The High Holy Day services will be chanted at the Beth David Synagogue by Cantor I/ouis Hayman who will be assisted by a choir of six voices. ZISSEX'S i f Akron, Ohio are i i w !ocat< '1 .'.t PAPA JOE'S 1749 N. Miami Avenue BEER WHISKEY WINE IN THE SYNAGOGUE Rabbi Kellner will conduct the Perek class for the last time this season Shabbos afternoon at 4:45 P. M. The Shalos Sudas group will fete Mr. William Clein this coming Sabbath afternoon 1 in honor of his recovery from a recent illness. Rabbi Moses Gunovich recently from Palestine was the house guest of Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner and addressed the Liu Yaakov and Shulchan Aru.h classes during his stay here. SLICHOS SERVICES • •••••••• • Slichos services will be conducted on the coming Saturday night at 12:15 A. M., by Rev Nathan WrobelThe services will be preceded by a brief sermon and our people are urged to come to the House of God in this critical hour and pray that lasting peac? may bless our people. SALE OF SYNAGOGUE SEATS | The committees in charge of the ticket sales urge all those who made reservations to redeem the same not later than Sunday, September 10th as they will be put on public sale after that date. To accommodate all those seeking reservations the committee is making arrangements for an overflow service in a large building in the synagogue block. The ti ket committee will meet in the synagogue Saturday night betweeen 10:00 and 12:00 P M.. and Sunday between 10:00 and 12:00, and Monday and Tuesday evenings. will commence on Monday afternoon at 3:30 P. M. IN MEMORIAM • • •*•••••* The unveiling of the tombstone honoring the memory of our late beloved sister, MrsAnna Rappaport, will he held n Sunday afternoon at 3:00 P. M., in the Woodlawn Jewish Cemetery. We respectfully request our friends to come and pay our respects to the sacr;d memory of our latt lamented friend. YAHRZEIT • • • • The first anniversary of the death of our late brother, Klias Herman, will be observed by the Chevrah Mishna of our congregation on Wednesday. September 13th. OBSERVE THE HOLY DAYS In Surroundings Truly Jewish! The Weil-Known Cantor Nathan Wroobel HEBREW SCHOOL NOTES • •••• &f • • Registration in th Hebrew s h ol will be conducted on Sunday. September 10th between 10:00 and 12:00 A. M., in the synagogue and regular sessions I THE 7*.5s&>i^. j [jowell's Restauraut I JAC LEADING HOTEL £* iVrty* ** ">dm. %  *• r,flA V P'ool hotel In • c,, li La CO h ** "' *<"'"""' 5 U M M t R jocfaeiKrHl*. titty COMFORT room wilh tub ond shower. •oM ••'. radio, and Venetian blinds. Evory bod with Innonprlng matlroo* ond reading loir p. Sunning ico wanri-n try Boot. SOrUtAt-PMCID COCKTAIL LOUNGE ond COFFEE SHOP New. Bigger & Better than Ever | I "When Better ,->nd Bioger Me.ils j | are Served for Our Prices" I We Will Serve Them. I NOW LOCATED AT j I 1047 N. 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PAGE EIGHT HP flWUH TLOMDUir FRIDAY, 8EPT. 3, 1939 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST MAX SHAPIRO. RabbiOffice Phone 2-1473 THIRD AVENUE 497 Southwest 18th Road Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR ..*•••••• *• Daily services at 7:00 am., and 5:30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday morning: at 8:30. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—9:00 a m., to 12:00. HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES • ••••••••• •• The High Holy Day services will begirt with the ushering in of Rosh Hashono, on Wednesday. .September 13, at Beth David Synagogue, and will terminate with the expiration of Yom fcippur, at sunset, September 23. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate throughout the holiday season. Cantor Louis Hayman and Cantor Louis Weinkle will chant the Traditional Prayers. A seating committee will be in our Synagogue every evening from 7:30 to 10:00 to take care of the reservations for the High Holy Day servicesThe Beth David Congregation has completely renovated the interior of the Synagogue and installed newsoft cushion seats. "Slichos" services will be held at the Beth David Synagogue Saturday. September 9 at 11:30 P. M. These services precede the inauguration of the High Holy Days season. Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on the subject, "How Long, Oh Lord, How Long UNVEILING ••*•• ** The unveiling of a monument to the memory of Rena Viola Polster will take place Sunday. September 9 at 2:00 P. M., at the Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services. • SERVICES Services in memory of the departed ones of the members and friends of Beth David will take place Sunday, September 17th at the Woodlawn Cemetery at 3:30 and at the City Cemetery at 4:30 P. M. Rabbi Shapiro will conduct the services. RABBI SHAPIRO ISSUES THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT "I feel constrained to 'Say a "Happier New Year" for all Jewry and Mankind. For we are so constituted that whatever effects Jewry and Mankind in other parts of the world effects us personally. In this glorious country of ours, where we share freedom and liberty equal with all citizens, all of us become moved at the reports of the Jews and other groups in less civilized countries and war-ridden continents. We give our bounty and extend our sympathy to those in distress and hope for a brighter and happier New Year for them. We, therefore pray for a "Happier New Year." May God grant it." B'nai B'rith Holds Convention ITALY JAILS FOREIGN JEWS The third annual convention of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges was held the past week-end in Jacksonville, .and was considered the most successful ever held. The accomplishments for the past year were perhaps ever more than had been expected and through cooperation of the relative heads of the chairmen with the lodges and membership, much more progress was attained. Mr. Harry Slmnnhoff, chairman of the Student's Union project reported that an efficient working organization at Tallahassee and Gainesville is under the supervision of RaM>i F.ichorrn who is in charge of this work at these institutions. Rabbi Eichhorn also reported on plans for the coming year and what had been accomplished in the past year. Mr. Abe Aronovitz. chairman of the Stale Anti-D tarnation committee, reported that the State Federation is a medium of tremendous possibilities in the Anti-Defamation work Mr. Nathan Adelman presented recctommendation3 for an A. Z A. program and was supplemented by a resolution from the A. Z. A. comnrttee read by Mr. Milton A. Friedman which was accepted by the convening body. The Jacksonville Lodge arranged a series of elaborate entertainment for the visitors and their wives and Mr. Nat Shortstein of Jacksonville was in charge of arrangements. The district president. Mr. Alvin Kartus. delivered a brilliant address at the luncheon and past president Judge Fromberg gave a fine address at the banquet. The main speaker at the banquet was Dean Matherly of the University of Florida. The newly elected officers for the ensuing year are B J. Cohen of Orlando. President: Joe Click stein of Jacksonville, first VicePresident: Elry Stone of Miami, second Vice-President; Al Block of Tallahassee, third Vice-President; Sam Stein of Tampa, fourth Vice-Presidentj I. Figman of St. Augustine, fifth VicePresident; Sidney Birnbaum of West Palm Beach. Secretary; Rome. (WNS)-All foreign .lews in northern Italy are being systematically rounded, up by ftalian authorities who are releasing only those who are able t„ prove that they were prepared to leave the country within a short tine. It was reported that eight Jews, seized in Turin, were escorted to the German border although information about their fate was not available. It is said that since the government has close,) down the Jewish relief committee for refugees, the 4.000 Jewish refugees from Germany have been reduced to pitiful circumstances, many living on house-to-house beggary. JUNIOR CONGREGATION Special Junior services conducted by the Junior Congregation of Beth David will take place in the auditorium of our Talmud Torah. Harold Shapiro and Stanley Hayman will conduct the services. This marks the sixth year of Junior services for the High Holy Days. The Junior Congregation >s the only one of its kind in the entire state and parents are urged to dren. During the first two days of tfce services, Thursday morning at 10:00 A. M., Harold Shapiro will speak on the subject, "Jewish Youth," and on Friday morning at the same hour, he will discuss "Jewish Youth and Religion." KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES I;MJ JACKSONVILlfJ LAdGfST ee FINEST HOTIU 300 •••"• .900 loth. CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS ORANGE STATE OIL CO. Distributors :!•!• 4UH GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION pi r iflio ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM I al. O-JLolZ 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE 53 COLLINS AVENUE JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Conveniently located la tHo downtown Wuiineli, ihopaina and italic dtilfict Every woe* ea ovteirje room (no cowl) with aetVate both, circulating •ce water, >MW, fan ind hod reerliaa Urn*. %ita, •' ••!', eMelaaexa earl both. Sajteerler culiini and itnxcc •• Tkt Pat.o Grill and Tee Rndaioyi. Our loo, Dining Root... Leunje, Beauty Parlor, lerVer Skeo and alt poetic reoraa arc ceenaletely air cond.iioncd. Mora roan hall el ear Goer* Roeen are iedivideaUv air con. drtieneri—eo re-circulebea el air Irero erte |eett reere to another. Tear modern, Heip.lal-rptKov.d ayatem il en eaclaiiaa leclerc of The Rooioalt. Drive your automobile into the Hotel Roeicvolt Garafle, which ai dnectly connected with our Lobby. 0.t.ee Oc.lal m o Tub la Louis Oaainsky of Daytona Beach treasurer and M. Siegel, Orlando. Executive secretary* The three state chairmen appointed were Harry Simonhoff, Student Union Activities; Ahe Aronovitz. AntiDefamation Committee and Milton A. Friedman, A. Z. A. Miami was chosen as the city for the next convention to be held in September 1840. Dr. Frank Coret, outgoing president, was presented with a beautiful travelling case and Mr. Elry Stone, outgoing secretary, was also presented a gift. Dr. Coret extended his thanks to the State Federation Lodgei throughout the State and the membership for their cooperative spirit and aid. He laid special stress on the support given by Sliolem Lodge of Miami. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. Delirious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida 1 Large groups live in one room and some are forced to walk the streets at night. Hundreds of Jews have been trapped on the French-Italian border, where they had hoped to cross into France. Italian I authorities, however, have ordered them to leave the area, sisting at the same time they emigrate. Without %  i committee to advise them, attempts to leave Italy are Unorganised and futile. Congregation Beth David i Minim "< Pioneer ('ongregation i Completely Renovated Almost Air-( 'onditioned New Seats Anonunces High Holiday Services will be conducted at THE SYNAGOGUE i 187 N. W. Third Ave. by Rabbi Max Shapiro ami Cantor Louis Hayman SPECIAL JUNIOR SERVICES (Ages 5-19) at BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE i:7 N. W. 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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1939 JUNIOR HADASSAH TO GIVE DANCE The annual Junior Hadassah Administration Dance will be held Sunday, September 10th at the Royal Palm Club. Mrs. Michtell Kasanoff, chairman', is in charge o f arrangements. Admission charged will be 55c per person and tickets may be purchased from any member or at the door. The public is cordially invited to attend. • • SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN Mr. Burnett Roth entertained at a surprise party and dance in honor of his wife Rosebelle. celebrat'ng their third anniversary, at their home Wednesday evening. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steinberg. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Catsman. Mr. and Mrs, Hany Kirschhaum, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Roth. Mr and Mrs. Alan Roth. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney LefcOUrt, Miss Muriel Slodkin. Mr. Abe Shor.feld and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Betger. An or. hestra provided music for dancing and refreshments were served. s5£2B*SSr<-2S--ril3S CE "^"W V RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor I COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES PLANS The Building Committee of th-' Miami Jewish Orthodox Congivgation committee announces that plans have been completed by M .1. Nadcl. architect, and the erec1 .. %  — -—*~ J tion of their new edifice will be^S j ^^ $ iigg^^^;gp New York They will motor at g. 80 p M at the Studio ]]:?v Mr R. R. Adler. president of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, reMrs. Samuel Tanwnbaum and p. M., a t the Hollywood Bea h daughter Hope Ellen returned to Hotel, Hollywood, Floi ida, with Miami Monday from New York Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating .where they have been visiting, The bride was attend: d by Miss relatives and friends. They were Jeanette Kronenfeld. sister of the accompanied by Naomi Grossman. and Rita CONVALESCES AT HOME Mrs. Charles has been ill is at her home. Mrs. William dein returned from an extended trip in the North where she has been visit* ing relatives and friends for three weeks. • • • Mrs. J. Shonfeld returned from Hendersonville, N. C, where she groom, us maid of honor Mr. Bob Levin was best man, and ushers included Harold W< inkle, brother of the bride, her three cousins. Milton. Melvin and StanIcy Weinkle. A dinner and reception followed the ceremony. Mrs. Carl Weinkle. aunt of the through the Blue Ridge MounN ort heaat Second Avenue. No tains the latter part of Septem; aiimission wilI hc char ged and the ber returning to Miami Beach in puW c ,, cordia ly inviw to a ,_ October. ,,,,„• Anyone desiring to Join • • • I this group is requested to attend this affair. Mr. and Mrs. A. .T. Tobin and daughter, Harriett* and ion Sherman are visiting in Hendersonville, X. C, where they will remain for seven weeks SERVICES TO l!F HELD The Temples and Synagogu-a of Miami and Miami Beach are again kindly extending an opportunity to the newcomers CRefuMr Philip Berkowitz. accombride, assisted at the reception, panied by his daughter. Mildred. gees) in the community to ettem Out of town guests attending left las; week for Hendersonville, services in their respective Houswere Mr. M. Saul of New York, \. C. to join Mrs. Berkowitz and ,. s of Worship on the High Holy Peretzman who now recuperating SERVICES TO BE HELD A ceremony in observance of the memories of departed ones will be conducted by the Rabbis of Greater Miami at the Woodlawn Cemetery Sunday, September 17th at 3:000 P. M. The public is invited to attend. has been visiting for the past six uncle of the bride. Mrs. A. L. son Donald. weeks. Feldman of Atlanta. Ga., and Mrs. O. Olshine of Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel and Tenn. children returned to the city afMr. and Mrs. Kronenfeld left ter visiting in the North. • • • Mrs. Nathan Pritzker returned to Miami after spending nine weeks visiting relatives and friends in New York and Connecticut. for a honeymoon trip through the Smoky Mountains and on their return here will reside at 884 N E. 8."th Street, Miami. LEAVES FOR COLLEGE Oscar Rappaport will leave Sunday evening for Gainesville, Florida, where he will enlist at Mrs. Henry Seitlin returned after vacationing for five weeks in Hot Springs. Chattanooga and M'mnhis with relatives friends. Saturday afternoon at the Beth David Synagogue, Miss Dorothy ResmVk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Resnick of Coral Gables, became the bride of Maurice Weinstein, son of Mr. and Mrs and Hyman Weinstein of New Haven, Conn., with Rabbi Max Shapiro • • • officiating. Miss Bernice MarkMr. Milton A. Friedman, Natowitz of Fort Laudcrdale was the ional A. Z. A. Dputy, returned to only attendant. Following the the University of Florida. He Miami from the District A. Z. A. ceremony the parents of the bride was graduated from Miami SenConvention held in Brevard. Nentertained at an informal supper ior High School this past June. C. Also attending this convenparty at the Hollywood Beach • • • tion from Miami were Stanley Hotel. The couple left for a horTOURNAMENT HELD Ratner. Irving Ginsburg. Bob Roseymoon trip by plane for Cuba. The regional summer tournaenthal. Norman Somberg and After September 10th Mr and ment of the State A. Z. A. chapMurray Dacks. Enroute back Mr. Mrs. Weinstein will reside at 28 ters was held in West Palm Beach Friedman visited in Columbia and Southeast 0th Street. Fort IJUIthe past week-end. Members of then attended the State B*nai derdaleboth chapters of Miami attended. B'rith Convention in Jacksonville • • • Various athletic events were held whee he was appointed State A. climaxed by a dance held Sunday Z. Achairman, evening. Miamians returned to ANNOUNCING THE GRAND OPENING SEPTEMBER 9th B. & B. RESTAURANT AND DELICATESSEN 172.") S. \V. Eighth Street Serving Full Course Dinners at Reasonable Prices All Kinds of Delicatessen the city Monday evening. 100% WHOLE RYE BREAD %  Hu llf 0rewa> Made from PURE whole RYE and all HEALTH Ingredients.| at 12 S. EFirst Street HEALTH FOOD SHOP Mrs. Ida Bernstein returned from New York where she The marriage of Miss Dorothy Roth, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Louis Roth, to Samuel Tcrvonbaum took place at the ColumFOR SALE: To people of discriminating taste, beautiful two story s*Ven room, two bath home in restricted residential district, St. Petersburg, Florida. For additional information, write Mr.1 JACKSON, 1284 Eleventh Street, N., St. Petersburg. Florida. Days. If those who wish *"> attend, will communicate with the Council offices, arrangementwill he made. 608 Congress Build ing. phone 8-6654. • • UNVEILING TO BE HELD The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of Mrs. Anna Rappaport will take place Sunday afternoon at .1:00 P. M. at the Jewish Section of the Woodlawr Cemetery Rabbi Abraham A Kellner will conduct the services Friends of the family are invited to attend MOST BEAUTIFUL LOCATION IN ST. PETERSBURG: Uncontrollable circumstances force sale of this unusually attractive, partially furnished, two year old home, at a sacrifice. Owner: Mrs. G. T. ELLIOTT. 1 7 4 Wildwood Lane, Driftwood. 22nd Avenue at 1st Street. South; Phone 64-292. While in the North Mr. I.oew visited in Boston and New York. The Unveiling of the Tombstone to the Memory of ANNA RAPPAPORT will be held SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10th at 3:00 P. M. Woodlawn Park Cemetery Jewish Section bus Hotel Sunday with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Wilbeen visiting relatives and friends .. „ .,.,,., liam Brenner, sister of the bnd<\ • was the only attendant. Al." Mrs. A. F. Friedman returned Tenenbaum. brother of the groom to the city from New York was best man. Nuptial music where she has been visiting for was played by Mrs. Herbert several weeks. Shaw, Mrs. Russell Allen Jones. Mrs Charles Dietler and Miss ., Sara Sheptowitch of Asheville, Mr. Ira I-oew. managre of the y p Miami Dri/ce.fn-Thcaltre, retmfn" MrR Terfenbaum attended 'JJ, '.. .u Cit ; V ._ f !'u m ,, r ^. r Florida State r "w w !" and is a graduate of the University of Miami. Mr. Tenenbaum h • • • I a graduate of Birmingham School | Mrs. Camille Baum returned to ot Law anfl is %  member of a law Miami after spending the sum-j f irm of Birmingham. Ala. Afmer in New York where she visj ter a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. ite.l relatives and friends. She: Tenenbaum will reside in Biralso attended the World's Fair. niinfrham. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fleischer of New York and Miami are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Miss Selma Fleischer, to Lloyd Von Haden, so n of Chas. L. Von Haden if Green Bay, W'.. which took place Saturday. Mrs. Von Haden is a niece of Max Fleischer, is a graduate of Brooklyn College in New York, and Mr. Von Haden was graduated from the University of Wisconsin. Mr. Von Haden is associated with the Fleischer Studios of Miami. The couple will reside at 3153 S. W. 14th Terrace. BUY YOUR HOLIDAY Live Poultry AT THE White Rose Kosher Market 87 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-9277 SHOCHED ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES WATCH This Space m