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

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

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

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Rosh Hashonah Edition
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wJewist? Florid tin
Combining YHlG JewSStl Unity
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VOL 12.NO. 36.
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
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PAGE TWO
TM* IBWHH 7L0KIDIAK
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
RETURN TO CITY
Mr. and Mrs .! Gerald Lewis
returned to the city from the
North where they have been via-
it Hg with relatives and friends.
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Mrs. Ethi R thlein and '
have ed from a three
n New York where
sited 1 elath es and friends.
R remained there
hi a student at New
Y irk Uni> rs ty.
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Dr. and Mrs. Milton <
and da if ter Laura, of 'oral
eturned from a
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Dr and Mrs Samuel Aronovitz
i panied by their daui
OS W. Ilth Street.
returned to Miami after a Bix
week's visit in the New Hamp-
sl M tains, They left their
ton Nathan, in Gainesville where
r, II nti r the University of
' a as a freshman.
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Miss Mildred Berkowitz and
brother returned to the city from
Hendersonville, N. C, where they
have been visiting.
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Mr and Mrs. Jack August and
son returned to Miami from Hen-
dersi nville, N. C. where they
have heen visiting for the past
several wi eks.

J. w. v.
MEETS
The Freda Markowitz Post of
tht Jewish War Veterans held a
meeting Monday evening at the
I-egion Home with Commander
H. H. Farr presiding. Matters
pertaining to the convention were
discussed. Commander Farr has
received many letters from Posts
North thanking the Miami
V'-- for the wonderful time had
at the Miami convention.
Thi Ladies Auxiliary of the
? m< at the same time with
Mrs, Peggy Palmer presidir.tr.
Matter^ of importance were tri
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ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
The engagement of Miss Au-
drey Wolff, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Wolff of Miami
Beach to Edward Loch, son of
Herbert Loeb. of Chicago, is be-
ing announced by her parents.
Miss Wolff was graduated from
[da M. Fisher senior high school
and attended Yanderhilt Univer-
sity in Nashville. Mr. Loeb was
graduated from the University of
Michigan. The wedding will he an
even! of October 3rd at the Co-
lumbus li
ENTER SENIOR ^ EAR
AT COLLEGE
Mi of Dr and Mrs- Frank Corel < f
Miami Beach, will leave for Los
i ~. California. where she
will enter her senior year at the
rsity of Southern Califor-
nia. Miss Coret -pent the sum-
mer visiting in New York and
Miami Bea h.
ADULT EDUCATION
CLASSES OFFERED
The WPA is offering various
i lasses for Adult Education un-
der the direction of Mrs. Elva
MacPherson at the Elementary
School at 1-lth Street between
Drexel and Washington Avenues.
Miami Beach. These classes are
open to all adults and are held
every Monday evening through
Friday. In Miami classes are be-
ing held at the Calumet Build-
ing. All adults interested are
urged to attend. There is no
charge.
VISITING IN NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper left
for Hendersonville. X. <'.. where
they will remain for the High
II ily Hay-.
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Mr 1. Silver is visiting in
Hendersonville, N. C where he
will remain for the holidays,
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Mr. Louis Reches i- visiting in
Hendersonville. N'. <'. for the
holidays and will return to the
city in October.

NATION \l. WORKER
VISITS IN Ml \MI
Mis. Anna Kaufman, chief of
Port and Do h Work of the Nat-
ional Council .if Jewish Wi men
is visiting with the Miami Sec-
tion of the Council this Week.
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OPENING MEETING
TO BE HELD
The opening meeting of the
season of the Miami Section of
the National Council of Jewish
Women will be held in the form
of a luncheon meeting Wednes-
day afternoon. October 4th at
12:30 P. M at I'assa's Restau-
rant- Mayflower Hotel, Miami
Reach. Tickets arc seventy-fiw
cents per person. Reservations
for the luncheon can be made
with the Council office at '' -655 I
or with Mrs .1. l'.arhash. chair-
mar:, by phoning 2-8994. Full
particulars will be announced in
next wick's issue.
BNAI B'KITH
TO MEET
The regular meeting of Sholem
Lodge I'.'nai B'rith will be held
Tuesday .veiling. September 26th
at the Biscayne Masonic Temple.
N. \V. 1st Street and 15th Ave-
nue, Miami. Complete reports of
the Jacksonville convention will
be presented. Mr. Sidney Segall.
newly appointed chairman o f
meetings, will be assisted fr this
meeting by Messrs. Burni :t Rot
Bi j l.e Yin
ernick.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
The American Jewish Congress
and the American Jewish Com-
mittee are >till trying to get to-
gether. The Joint Distribution
Committee hn< transferred its
Palestine team is expected to wilt
first honors because of i t s*
strength in long-distance racing.
. Scientists claim that the
Jewish supremacy in marathon
h adquarters to Palestine and is running is attributable to the old
conducting a big campaign for principle of the survival of the
the relief of English and French fittest, which operat d so effec-
Jewry. The Jewish Common- lively in the days of illegal im-
w.alth of Palestine refuses to ac migration into Palestine, wh n
Strictly Confidential
FOOTNOTES TO THE FUTURE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
DIAGNOSIS OF PROGNOSIS
57(H) doing into the 57th century. Makes us -(l
nnieli oliler llinn the rest nf the world. I'.ut there is no re-
spect for old ago these days. For us .">7 centuries simply
mean 51 varieties of persecution. .">7 centuries, ami the
world is Tall so infantile. so eru.l. s.> stupid, We're feel-
ing sorl of philosophieal today, which is not as it should be
with our column. To snap nut of it we'll turn hack a year.
. Last year we gave up a preview of what 5699 would
hring forth.....\nd. if we do say so ourself, our hut tin", av-
erage was pretty p.....I. -lust cheek up on us. True, we
flopped here and there, hill we had the right idea.....We
didn't believe Frankfurter would get that s,,,, on the Supremo ,, ,l;iin. dMcendant f X(,ilu, mil chair ,h UnivergitJ.
..ur.. but ive underestimated Koosevell s courage. We did, famoua appeasement ,,.,.
however, predict thai Urandeis would resign this year.....of fiftv years ,, ,,.,._ nas ap Hed
We told you that the l!KI!l World Zionist Congress would take
place in Switzerland, rumors nboiil a Congress on nur own
shores notwithstanding. We told you that Dr. Solomon
(ioldman would he re-elected '/.. (). A. I'rexy. That Pierre
van I'aasen would publish a best seller it's been a best-seller
WISHING TO ALL
JEWISH CITIZENS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Walker
Casket Co.
1433 N. E. Miami Place
eept a Ix-aguc of Nations Mandate
over- Great Britain A White
Paper issued by the Palestinian
Parliament proclaims that the
Irish and the English will never
get together and that it would be
too much trouble to take over the
administration of the British Isles
A long stride forward to Rosh
. Buri (1 on an inside page of Hashanah, 5789. Th sensatior,
the Doar Hayom, Palestinian !!. of the year just past was a
brew daily, is an item relating weighty one by Professor Fritz
that an Englishman named (ham- Schweinskopf, who long, lone ago
only those .lews able to outdis-
tance British and Arab police for
long stretches managed to sur-
vive- .
ANOTHER 39
YEARS
now for the
ish history.
58th century of Jew-
THE HALF
CENTURY MARK
ah
for over seven .....nths now That Max liner would fail on
his come-back trail. Thai there would lv a lot nf talk
iibout new territories for the refugees, hut nothing would hap-
pen. We gave you a more or less realistic preview of
things thai would never happen on the Jewish scene, and
unfortunately, our predictions having been preponderantly
gloomy We were :!! per eeiil correct.....
PREVIEW OF A
CENTURY
If Hitler can speak in t nil- of
thousands of years we surely are
ent'tl d to talk in terms of cen
turies. Besides, it'- much saf
er to predict the n m hundred
years than the next year .Our
l'i at-grandson, not we, will have
to carry the brunt of our errors,
if any. Which reminds us
that I lot tor Nostradamus, the
great predicter of th sixteenth
century, about whom Hollywood
recently made a film, was a I w
. We point this out again be-
i ause tli Hollywood dir ctor
buried Nostrauo-nus' family in
graves headed by crosses and put
th proph.tie Doctor himself into
a Catholic monastery A n d
to the British courts for permis-
sion to change his name to Ben
G.urion. The ,mt rnational
Olympia Comittee has decided
that the nex; Olympic Gamsa will
("out billed on Page 4 I
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Certified Public Accountant
T.ix Consultant
1601-3 Congress Bldg.
PHONE 2-2'37
THAT THE COMING
YEAR MAY BE
FULL OF HAPPINESS.
JOY AND PROSPERITY
FOR ALL JEWRY IS
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939


A SOUL-SATISFYING NEW YEAR Strictly Confidential
(BY DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, PH. D.)
TEMPLE ISRAELMIAMI
To My Brethren of the House
df Israel. Greetings:
I wish you a Soul-Satisfying
New War.
More than a Happy New Year
1 wish you today, A Soul
Satisfying New
Veai-. A n
is not exactly
happy in t h e
work of cleaning
a patient's bed
and feeding a
helpless body,
but it is cer-
tainly soul-sat-
isfying to a true
nursi
So with U 8
Jews at this
time. I cannot
say that we shall
have a happy
New Year this
Year, but I do
>- a y w e shall
have a soul-satisfying year, if we
are true Jews. Our profession
i- to bring Light to the World
(OrLaggoyim) to become a na-
tion of priests, and a Holy peo-
ple. Many of us have thought
that there was a figure of speech,
whereas through the centuries
Cod has been telling us through
His prophets and sages that it is
literal truth, that it is our life's
work; it is our holy mission.
To be a holy people in a Self"
forgetting, a burden-bearing, a
heart-trying business. We have
been and are now suffering for
the sins of the world because we
hav accepted that God-appointed
work, and we shall not be releas-
ed until we have set justice in all
the earth.
We. the House of Israel, are
I being taught through suffering,
through expulsion, through per-
secution, through all the heart-
breaking ltssoivs of history that
i ours is a great and holy task of
bringing light
t o the world,
the light of Re-
ligion, of t h e
fear of Go d.
You. my breth-
ren, know .all
this for you have
read this lesson
at least three
thousand tinres,
once each year
f'>r three thous-
and years. We
hav.-n't alwayta
heeded the les-
son Therefore
I pray that this
year we may be
p e r m it t e d to
realize our mission. God"s pur-
pose wiih us. of becoming a na-
ti r. of prie>t<. a holy nation, and
thus teaching the world: "Thou
shalt love the Lord, thy God with
all thy heart; and thou shalt love
thy neighbor as thyself."
May this year therefore be
more than a Happy New Year,
may it be a Self-Satisfying New
YearAmen.
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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PHONE 3-4 088
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of Berlin. In his book Profes-
sor Schweinskopf tries to prove
that the German dictator Adolf
Hitler, who ruled Germany from
1933 to 1942, never existed. He
cites at great length documents
chock full of evidence that Hitler
was a legend created by inter-
national Jewry in ordtr to destroy
Germany. Professor 'Srjiwein-
skopf is the last survivor of a
curious sect, known as antiSem
il g, whom the present republi-
can German government had se
gregated in a special area, known
as the Nazi Reservation. Aft-
er th death of Professor Schwein-
skopf. who is well on in years, the
German government intends to
mak the te of the Reservation
the locale of a huge exhibition of
Jewish cultural contribution- to
German life b fore the Nazis
came into power. So far. inci-
dentally, the German go\ i I
menti generous offers in its <*f- .''
forts to indue Jews to return to
Germany have failed dismally. .
As the year 5789 is being ushered
in a movement is being organized
to send German youths out to
Jewish settlements in Palestine ?
for the purpose of seeking out
Jewish girls to bring back to
Germany as their wives. Only
by a vigorous campaign to pro-
ni >te G rman-Jewish intermar-
riage, the Berlin Academy of
Science has d clared, will it be
possible to revitalize the now de-
caying German culture. "Jew-
ish blood must live once more on
German soi'" in the new slogan. .
(Continued on Page 25)
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
Youth Makes Happiness Accessible f
BY MAURICE GROSSMAN
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, Y. M. H. A.
ILDERS OF YOUTH"
lhai the goal to which we, in
the V. M. II. A have dedicated
mi >-es. That we have succeed-
ed our program, thus far, is
p] evidenced by the results
u, .\c obtained.
'.:- day and ago every pro-
ji judged and measured by
it- .-alls. A venture la either
a nr. extenuating circumstances.
Tl : Id in general loves a suc-
(.--' proje t or person, How
th.- successful results were ob-
how hardships, privations
. ;her obstacl e were over-
is no concern of the aver-
age dividual. That is why to-
i: M ;"i'i .'vr<- is proud of the
Y. M 11. A Proud because we
ittained that measure of
SUC -- wherein we see a. tual
lv- Very few there are. who
wi hi interested in the hard
>\-oi and the strenuous efforts
ere put through to make
-titution the greatest youth
,:u organization in this part
of the country.
!.i .1-. for a moment, look in
ret -ee.t at the past year and,
folks we can do so with pride
> because our progress is
|y remarkable but astound-
ing The following successful
projects that were accomplished
in past year will convince
any that splendid work can be
doi in the community for our
Jew Youth:
A rogram sponsored by us in
Front Park attracted over
. rsons
seventh annual dan e was
al an>l financial since--.
Cavalcade of Stars was an
OVi '. lining financial success.
' many lectures by outstawd-
g takers filled our auditorium
ii ity.
dramatic performances by
in members caused favor
omments from everyone.
i general meetings are well
d.
The establishment of a social
s irvice bureau rendering assis-
tance to those Beeking employ-
ment was a much needed project
in this vicinity.
The Refugee problem was solv-
ed, in a measure, by taking them
into our fold and extending to
them a warm hospitality.
We have erected and completed
the following: stage; play ground;
feme around athleti field; flood
lights in athletic field; library.
What do the above items show?
The answer is self-evident and that
is that the Jewish people of Mi-
ami are a IW, more than ever.
realizing that the V M. H. A. is
the real meeting place of the
Jewish p ople. A real Jewish
Community (enter where one can
meet his friends and participate
in a social, cultural and athletic
program.
Much of our success is due to
the rec mtly organized Greater
Miami Federation of Jewish Wel-
fare Funds. Through its finan-
cial aid we are able to enlarge
our many projects and start many
new ones. That the Federation
fills a Community need is appar-
ent, and that it has helped the Y.
M. H. A. is self evident As time
trees on we wondi r in amazement
how Miami Jewry existed without
the Federation.
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".'ii N. E. 2nd Avenue
MR. and MRS.
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and FAMILY
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Company
PIONEER ROOFERS
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2236 N. W. Miami Court j
MIAMI
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That the people have become
Community Center Conscious" is
evidenced by the fact that pres-
ently eleven Jewish organizations
use our meeting rooms. Inciden-
tally, there are a few Jewish or-
ganizations that are now spending
thousands of dollars in payment
of rentals for space in office
l uildings. Would it not be far
better, if all these organizations
would lend their efforts to the
building of a J wish Community
Center where they can maintain
their offices and meeting rooms.
thereby not only sharing the ex-
pense hut creating and establish
ing a long-felt need'.'
Miami Jewry must be strong
and united to fulfill its respon-
sibilities and destiny. At this
time, all Jews in the community
should and must organize th in-
volves into a democratically con-
stituted Jewish Community Cen-
ter. The V M. II. A. is that or
ganization. Every Jew in Great-
er Mami. no matter what hi- re-
ligious or economic opinion- be,
I take a hand in Jewish
Community affairs and contribute
generously toward its support. A
strong, united and demo
Jewish Community Center i- also
essential for the improvement
and enrichment of Jewish life
lure in Greater Miami.
If we have obtained, in the past
year, such outstanding success
with our small and limited faci-
lities a fortiori in the coming
year, with every Jew beli
to the "Y" we can make th
real Jewish Community Cen1
In that way. Miami Jewry may
and will build a great sym
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. Iv39
A Message From Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
BY MRS. BENJAMIN LE VINE. PRESIDENT
believes in establishing interna- termining citizenship status as
tional peace machinery, ami it well as help in obtaining natural-
condemns conscription for foreign ization papers is given
wars, this being in Council's charge to thousands of aliens.
m against the principles of
without
The woman's place in the
changing world scene of today,
and what it will be for the wo-
man of tomorrow. Woman, who
ac 'ording to history was molded
from the rib of man. and consid-
ered the weaker sex, has l>y proof
of her place in the world shown
herself far from being such. By
examples of what women have
done for humanity, for the home,
the city, state, country and the
world we have such national anil
international examples as: Flor-
ence Nightingale, Edith Cavell,
.lane Adams, Marie Curie and
Helen Keller: and, women of our
own Faith as Henrietta Szold.
Sadie American, Hannah G. Sol-
omon. Lill'an Wild, Rebecca
Kraetz, Florence Kahn and many
others.
Before the so-called "emancipa-
tion of womanhood" woman's
place was only in the home. the.
can. of her household, her chil-
dren, her garden, with only a
forward view for the betterment
of h r family. The exceptions of
course, pioneered in the work of
social betterment for women of
the world, some in higher branch
es of work like science-, law. ami
other aspects of higher education
Today womanhood heing on an i
equal level with that of man. in
many ways women of the world
have lightenfd marry "'roadways"
Woman has found a place and fit-
ted herself tightly into the orh
of affairs at hand, such as legis-
lation, science, human relations,
and has aided irt plucking the
"weeds" from th "garden."
The women of the Nationa'
Council of Jewish Women have
made a place for themselves in
the forces of organized Jewish
womanhood. In the program of
Council it enables every type of
Jewish woman, regardless of re-
ligious affiliation to aid in the
solution of American problems in
an American way Council eon
cerns itself with problems that
involve or affect the welfare and
advancement of American wo-
manhood; this therefore, affords
the American Jewish woman an
opportunity to engage her ener-
gies irr activities relating to the
welfare of city, state and nation.
Council is a meeting ground for
all Jewish women, for exchange
of views and common action.
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men in its peace program, design-
to prove that people can live in
peace by remedying grievances
and settling disputes by other
methods than violence. Council
tlemoc racy
In the program of Social Legis-
lation, Council exerts every ef-
foi: to make its members con-
scious of their duty to the com-
munity in which they live. Coun-
cil believes that through educa-
tion and action based on reason
a higher standard of social pro-
gress ran be maintained. In the
Social Welfare program Council
its i oo] eral ion to all civic
and communal movements such a
Ri (I ('ross, i immunity Che--.
and other organized National
movements, helping and working
together.
In Service to Foreign Born
work, this is an old project of
1 c'l, b th in port and dock
work and general immigration
d tail. With the coming into
power of the Hitler regime this
work increased tremendously. 1 Ut
Council women all over the State'
wen- and ar ever ready to lend
their aid to all newcomers, both
'n meeting them when they first
set -tep to the United States
with a friendly hello. reuniting
them with their families; aiding
the newcomer- in adjusting their
lives, and shaping their social ad-
justments as well.
The service Of Naturalization
and CiCzcnship is one of Coun-
cil's most important service to
the foreign horn. Advice in de-
Miami Section. National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, takes an
Bi VC part in all projects
boats, and transporting
newcomers to what ever cit; the)
they are going. Our Socis Emi-
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of
Council. <>ur Service to Foreign
Born Work office is a miniature
of New York's office, with all
phase- of -rrvic expertly given
by our Staff of workers. Being
a port city, Miami Section's work.
ers are on call from early morn
ing until late at night answering
and serving the call of duty in
meeting planes, buses, train- and
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN

S/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/S/Z
NAMES AND PEOPLE
(BY ANNETTE MENDELSOHN)
Rita Benton was inordinately lish lak country and in Scot-
proud of her name. There was land.
WO particular reason for her pride. So, at seventeen Rita felt that
The name unlike others of which she had seen the world. And,
people ar proud did not signify her Knjrlish accent was the de-
any great grandmother who had litrht of her new group,
helped soldiers in the American Having l> va brought up in
Revolution nor did it reflect :< London. Rita decided that it would
grandfather who had fought on he fun to go to College in New
either sid in the American Civil York City. It would serve to
War.
Asked about the Spanish Amer-
ican War. Rita would have re-
turned a blank -tare. There could
have lien no Rough Rider in h'T
more immediate anceatry,
Nn. pride iff fighting blood
certainly played no part in Rita's
love of her name. She simply
liked the sound of it She felt
that 'Rita Benton" portrayed the
slim, dark hailed young being
that was herself to anyone who
m L-ht happen to hear it. Having
a name like that was. in Rita's
estimation, almost a gateway to
adventur that was beyond the
ken of Janes and Bettys and
Fdiths.
Besides, Rita felt that her name
round out her experience. After
much study and discussion of the
various schools in th<- metropolis,
she chose New York University.,
It was a big school which should
mean interesting people. Cours-
es in the fine arts were numer-
ous and gonil and that would he
her field.
One day early in September,
along with thousands of others.
Rita Benton smartly attired in?
a brown duteh hoy suit with one
of those hat< that aim high and
havi a tiny visor pulling them
hack to earth followed the signs
that led to the registration desk.
She felt quite self sufficient. Af-
ter all. she had been taking care
of herself for years.
Blanks in quantity were handed
"Religious Affiliation". She
raised her pen to write: "None."
Hut. the matter wouldn't he sit
tied that way.
Any one coming along Would
have noted Rita's appearance
The passer by might have won-
dered what was causing the puJS
zled frown on her forehead, and
why the tip of the fountain pen
was tightly held between her IlPA
And then, the passer by would
have been gone.
Rita hadn't started puzzling
the point in question at the mo-
ment when the blank had been
handed to her. It had been in
her mind ever since 1983 whc'i
the first refugees from (ierma-y
landed in England. Shi' had known
the whys and wherefores of
course, because one of the first
people to come lack had been 'h
German representative of the
firm He had come directly '.0
London and had spent many ev-
enings with Rita and her f.ithi .
in their home. True. Rita had
be n young. But, she had pluyid
the hostess for her father eve.l
in those days.
The stories, the forecasts, the
problems, had been a mixed up
set of facts, until her father hid
explained the advent of Hitler a:i I
National Socialism in relation li
the problems of the Jews.
It hail h-en hard for Rita to
understand then because although
she knew that she was Jewish,
and although she had gone :o
Sunday School for a brief period,
she didn't feel that sh- Rita
Benton, miiltl have anything ill
common with the Jews of Ger
many.
Life had gone OIK its usual Way.
There was pchool and there we!
parties, and there were the gin"-
ioua vacations when she and nor
father always > xplored some new
(SHEETINGS
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Milliard Room
place Germany was never sug-
gested, but Rita didn't think of
that because Bhe was so fond -f
that there could n ver be lime
France and the lowland touiitrii -
enough to explore all the pla
her father knew about there.
As Rita advanced into n r
te ns she had begun t. read the
newspapers and tin- problem of
the .lews always seemed to be
there. Seldom did she r ad be-
yond the headlines oi those ar-
ticles because then- was some-
thing innately d.stastful about
them.
Then, one day while wandi
about London with her fathi >.
they had noticed a new club ho ISC
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had happened to be the English registration tall, was quite as
representative of his firm. she :,,,an, a palt ,,f teaching as j 667 West Flagler St. I
had been horn in England and had anything else.
lived most of the seventeen years Seated quietly at a table, Rita
of her life there. Instead of hav- pul|e(j out her fountain pen and
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Cape Cod as so many of the girls rected. She was not loathe to
in Albany had. Rita had gone neat|y print her name: BENTON.
with her father to Paris, or to rjxa. Place of Birth: London,
watering places in Belgium, or to Kngland. Parent: merchant,
one of the little towns on the Names ,,f schools:
shore of the Mediterranean. There So far. so good Then. Rita
had been a summer in the Kng- reached the place that asked for
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
"MAKE WAY FOR TOMORROW"
A Rosh Hashonah Message
(BY RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER)
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION
Hoaretx," Ho rose and measured despair; by practicing cheerful
the Earth. charity, in a cruel and callous
The spatial limitations of our "Ke-
Globe were ever uppermost in Thus shall one day be gathered
the mind of the Jew. and accord- up the broken remnants of hu-
ingly, he was never in the fore- inanity and Israel will know that
front, when man went forth to his time of sorrows have ended
conquer
it. Serene happiness is and a season of rejoicing for all
The designers of New York's
World Fair, captivate the imagi-
nation of America with their
graphic exposition of the marvels
and wonders, that bespeak a tech-
nically perfect "World of Tomor-
row."
The harrassed and hunted Jew,
whose humble but beautiful Pal-
estine Pavilion, envisions his
dream of T o -
morrow, i- not
slow in asking,
What of the Jew
in the World of
Tomorrow? ....
Viewing J< wish
existence in its
proper histories
pi rspective,
i> u s t r e a di I y
conclude that in
a sense, Jew sh
existence i- al-
ways predicatei
upon and made
s w e i e i by a
thought of liv-
ing in a World
of To in o r r o w.
The slave moth-
ers i n Egypt,
the weary wan-
derers in t h e
desert, those who gang by the
Rivers of Babylon, and the ones
conquered by the mighty army of
Rome; had little enough comfort
in their harrowed lives but they
found solace, meager though it
lii-al boundaries
set for the Holy
Land, so much
bo, the Sages of
the T a 1m ud
questioned whe-
ther the con-
quests of King
David, a r e of
binding nature,
and w h e t h e r i"
th se lands have
the character of
the Holy Land.
In his desire
to conquer the
limitless expanse
of space, mod-
ern man has
taken literally, the injunction of
Genesis. "That he shall rule over
the Fishes of the Sea. and the
Fowl of Heaven." Mortal man
Constructs the means whereby he
his share and hopeful bliss, his
portion; the sublime belief based
On Solomon's words, "There is a
time and plan' for everything."
In his vision of the future, and in
his dream of the World of To-
morr w, there will be a "time" of
rejoicing and redemption and a
"season" of freedom and libera-
tion.
In this "world" of strife and
sorrow, we .lows must pray and
plead for a happier "Tomorrow."
nay. make way for it; by bearing
space Our peo- ,). ,,vn ,,f light in a world of
pie were satisfi- djsma] darkness, by exhibiting
ed with the Bib- nigh hope in face of defeai
space, indeed he has known but
little; and in that philosophic
S] bole, his desires were always
limited. But Time marches on
the side of the Jew, aiding him
to find his place in the world
that is yet to be. The nations
of the Earth, who even in our
day threaten the peace of human-
ity, do so with their insistent
clamoring f 0 r
more and more
mankind is at hand In the prin
ciples set forth above, of trust.
belief and charity, we will give
a live meaning to the words of
Isaiah. "Make the Way. Clear the
Path, remove the obstructions
from the road of my people."
For there shall be a "Place of
Peace" for the Jew in the better
World of Tomorrow.
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THE FAIR PRACTICE
BUREAU
peering into the vistas
Future
of the
In its philosophical concept
Tomorrow" implies the extension
of Time Limitless, and therein
the hope of the Jew. Of
tificial wir.gs, whereby he is able
to span the skies. The Jew who
learned of the space of the Earth,
regards these adventures in a
most skeptical manner for he
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507 Northwest Miami Court
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINE
ISRAEL'S FIVE-FOLD PROGRAM
A New Year's Message
(BY RABBI MAX SHAPIRO)
BETH CONGREGATIONMIAMI
rimrrniriTiTiWfiMi
May I extend the seasonal ophy that will enable us t" try.:-
greetings"L'shona Tovah""A tallize an attitude toward the
r%, ^ Happy New Year' 'to my co-re- pressing problems of the moment
%* Unionists and friends of Crater In view of this need I shall dev-
Miami. I take it for granted that iate somewhat from a New Year's
1! of you know the purpose of message and endeavor to formu-
this great New Year's Day. and late a five-fold program that may
understand its implications. You serve as a declaration of nrinci-
will coiiie to the synagogue, bur- pies for the modern Jew, not only
dened with the consciousness of for tin' High Holiday season hut
sin. and seeking pardon from the
Almighty through confession and
. enitence. That all of us are sin-
nerS, more or less, none will dig-
thioughout the year.
In the first place, the Jew must
maintain the ideal of individual-
ity, not in the sense of selfish-
pui.. That all of us will really nes-,. hut in the sense of the sa
he moved to come to the syna-
gogue by the purpose of the day.
redness of human life. It is a
curious fait that the Jew through
that all of us will be truly peni- out the ages has never abandoned
tent, and humbly desirous to con-
fess and atone for our sinsis
rot quite so indisputable. What-
ever may be the motivating im-
his d'stinct individuality. Yes.
despite all vicissitudes, the Jew
has received a sharply defined
personality, endowed, in the
pulse that will hring you to the words of Zangwill, with an "as-
Housc of God rcmeml er there bestoid fiber", refusing to melt
is hut one thing that is tolerabl in the melting pot of mob move
Honesty clean, simple, undefiled ideals that we must carry to a
honestvir. heart, in soul. in world when human individuality
mind, in prayer am! in desire. If
there can he th greatest of siis
added to your present catalogu!
of sins, it is when you would at-
tempt to dissimilate ami fo '<
reive, to hide evil uiv.l r a pr-
ten-M of good, to cloak moral
foulness with the white garment
of a pretended piety-
Permit m to deviate Hi' year
from the usual New Year's greet-
ing for I believe, in these day.-
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of confusion and perplexity, it is } M A R K E '
necessary to d (fine our failr, Ju-
daism, as a way of life, a philoi<
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Th < hir Many Krienils
We Extend lii-st Wislns
for a
HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
CLARK R.
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TO ALL JEWRY
BESS FUNERAL HOME
Alw.iys Within Your Means"
1326 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2.3525
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individual is tantamount to the
destruction of a whole universe
and the saving of one individual
is tantamount to the saving of
whole universe- Let the Jew have
the courage to champion this
ideal of divine oneness and the
Cod of oneness will be with him |
The second ideal that 1 would
plac before you is the idea! "f
mercy and tolerance. If there is
any phase of our Hebraic heri-
tage that is still BUrgingly alive,
it is this quality of mercy in the
heart of Israel, this sympathetic
sensitiveness to the Buffering of
others. this tolerance of the
stranger and the estranged to the
world. Why was it. ask the
Rabbi, that sacrifices for the al
tar of God were chosen from do-
ni Stic animals; the ox. the sheep j
the goat.- and not from the more
majestic animal-: the lion, the
(Continued on I'age 19)
Sincere dreel'mus fur
HAPPY NKW YEAH
To Mv Many
JEWISH KlilKNhs
S. L. SWEETING
NKW YEAR
CKKKTINCS
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R STEIN
versa! movement in the life ol
nation-, with the result that our
individual human lift- has lost il-
intrii.-ic value. This, therefore,
is the moment when we should
proclaim the Biblical concept of
man being created in the image
of Cod. which moans that human
life is divine and human person-
ality is Cod-like. This is .!
moment when we >i> mid re- ii
phasize the conviction of our
Sages that the destruction of one
! NEW YEARS GREETINGS
TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
HARDIES
IRON WORKS. INC.
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YOU ALL |
ROBERT P CUTSHAU |
OF THE
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PHONE 4.2718
is no longer recognized and h.'
man personality is no longer ap-
pro ciated.
This tendency to sacrifice the
individual in the name of mi;'
mottos crying for a slavish uni-
formity has now become a uni-

Tn 'mi- Many Eriomls and
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Happy and Prosperous
New Year
MOUSELY
Service Station
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MIAMI I'.KACH. 1-1.A.
TO OUR MANY FRIEND!)
i PATRONS A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
H E N S 0 N S
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j 3535 N. E. Second Aveni.e
GREETINGS:
HALCYON
PHOTO FINISHING
Specialists in Fine Grain Devel-
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Finishing
HALCYON ARCADE
ROOMS 275-b-7
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JEWISH FRIENDS j
AMERICAN I
FUEL OIL CO. |
C G. MITCHELL .
5120 N. W. 22nd Avenue I
NEW YEAR'S GRtfcllNUS
TO OUR GOOD JEWISH |
FRIENDS 4 CUSTOMERS
Mrs. Natt's I
Bakery
55 N. W. 36th STREET
PHONE 3-3-;61
New Year Greetings .
Sidney A. De Wolf
REAL ESTATE
THE MOST HOME VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY
236 N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE
PHONE 3-3990
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Valued Patrons
A Happy
New Year
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CKKKTINCS TO ALL THE JEWISH PEOPLE j
WM. F. FRANTZ
SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO.
"THE COMPLETE PAINT STORE"
1 -(11 X. Miami Avenue Plioru :;::;:I7 -.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1933
RECAPTURE THE SPIRIT
(BY RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN)
TEMPLE ISRAELMIAMI
In 1642 the great artist Rem-
brandt was asked to painl a por-
trait of the officers of a militia
company. Instead of grouping
them around a festive table, Rem-
b andt showed th m as they left
their armoi y al muni, boui d for
service on the city walls. This
gave him a chance to .-how his
virtuosity in handling lights and
shadows; foi the sun, then at it*
highest, would of course act as a
spotlight, brilliantly illuminating
those officers who had already
left th i premises, while those
who wen' still protected by the
vide gateway, moved around in a
haze of darkness,
We are assured by Van Loon
that the picture still survives, al-
though not in its original shape.
It was too large for the hall for
Which it had been intended. so
part of it was cut off Then the
picture was hung in a hall that
was kept warm by means of a
large open peat fire. The smoke
of the peat covered the entire
picture with a heavy layer of
aoot, until it grew so dark that
the people of the eighteenth cen-
tury believed it to be a sortie in
the dark, hence the curious name
-.f "The Night Watch" for a pic-
ture that Was painted at high
noon.
l: ently, when the picture was
cleaned and retouched, true lov-
ers of art recaptured the spirit
of the original meaning and they
realized that when the soot was
brushed away, a spirit of sunlight
and not of darkness was evident.
That is exactly what I think
we Jews have to do with the great
tradition that has been handed to
tis. We must recapture the spirit
of our heritage We must brush
away the soot gathered in Our
minds. We mus; cease to th:'ik
of Judaism a- "The Night Watch"i
and see events in their proper,
light.
1 remember the time when our]
heritage taught "Th beginning
>f wisdom :- the fear of the
Lord." I (an see where we now
live in a time where secular V
ish leaders have changed that
sentence to read "The beginning
of wisdom is the fear of anti-
Semitism," By that I mean, that
nothing but negative forces sei m
to unite .lews. We are truly re
garded by our secular leaders a-
a "leidensgemeinde", a group
GREETINGS TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
FIVE POINT
SERVICE STATION
3699 S. W. 8th STREET
PHONE 4-9200
J J McCABE. Prop.
REST WISHES
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JEWISH FRIENDS
AM) PATRONS
A HAPPY NKW VEAR
Hi
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Schuberth's
Sea Food
Grille
5 8. W. N. River Drive
unit id I y common suffering. The
positive values of the Jewish her-
itage, such as our religion. The
left out altogether by so-callei
leaders. Judaism is se-n as
something dark, as something
which requires its appearance to
walk in shadows, oc asionally the
shadows of death The pa ntinc
that our secular leaders giv us.
is one which is and truly d< -<
to be called "The N'ighl Wal h
What a distortion of facts! V
heritage of light i
soot of ignoi "*'' "
once. It is high I m< I
ture the true spirit of
tage and to ac,,;- | wittve
prin iples of light, through
return to religion.
As for the darkness of our age,
even that must be seen in the
light of Jewish experience. As
Jews we cannot accept Hegel's
philosophy of history which states
that all civilizations go through
three stages, birth, growth and
decay. We rather accept Kroch-
mal's theory posited in his
"Guide to the Perplexed of our
Time." Krochmal points out that
Hegel's philosophy is denied by |
facts in Jewish history; for
whenever Jewish life seems to
face the end. instead of the decay
of death, out of a seeming de-
feat, it made a mysterious spiral
ascent to a new cycle of recur-
rence on a level far high r than
before; like an old theme that is
played again and again by the
symphonic forces of history with
an ever richer orchestration,
The Jew who knows hi- past
will therefore face the humilia-
tions of our day with a sense ofj
destiny. He knows that every
emergency in Jewish history has
meant the inward emergence of
the Jewish soul- By the mystic
pattern of our past, he can pre-
dict that each Jewish exodus
brings with it a r.vw Sinai, and
if the Jew but will to play his
painful, yet heroically Prome-
thean part of light-bringer in a
world of darkness, only then can
he fulfill his destiny
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOSEPH J. RAWLSON
INTERIOR DECORATOR
Upholtery. Slip Cover and
Drapery Shop
157 WEST FLAGLER ST.
Phone 3.8959Miami. Florida

GREETINGS
MIAMI
PANTS STORE
208 N. Miami Avenue
J. D. SIMONS. Pres.

GREETINGS
JCOMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION J
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| 417 W. CENTRAL AVE. I
PHONE 8721
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
To < lnr Miin: Frientls
I and Patrons j
A MOST HAPPY
j NEW YEAR
! R. V. WILLIAMS
Poultry & Egg Co.
I 2091 N. W. 7th Avenue

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Janitor Supplies
Sanitary Supplies
Insured Exterminating
PACCO PRODUCTS"
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Phone 3-3955
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and tlie
DIXIE
MUSIC CO.
701 N. Miami Avenue
Behold, a valuable piece of art
has been handed to us as our Jew-
ish heritage, let us recapture its
spirit.
WISHING YOr A
ilAPPY NKW YEAH
HOME
Auto Supply Co.
1756 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-8817

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MIAMI. KI.nl 'IDA
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GREETINGS
THE FERN
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(MEN ONLY)
111 N. W. Firsl Streel
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Host Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GUS JACKSON
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Is THE SIN) KKK WISH OF
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
361 S. W. Eighth Street
Phone 2-2792 |
1'1,'iiDIi Kl.'s OF THE FINEST
RYE, VIENNA. WHOLE WHEAT, PUMPERNICKEL
ROLLS AND BREADS OF QUALITY

THE GLIDDEN PAINT STORE
55 N. W. First Street
PHONE 3-5769
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ITS REST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY
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NEW YEAR
, ... HAPPY NKW YEAR .
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Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY KEWYEAR


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE ELEVEN
JEWS IN A CHANGING EUROPE
THE CHALLENGE OF NEW OPPRESSION CREATES
INCREASED PROBLEM OF SURVIVAL
i:V ALEXANDER KAIIN
the economic anil communal lif<'
of German Jewry was completely
halted.
The dislocation <.f Jewish lifV
in Czecho-Slovakia upon Nazi ic-
cuption followed the familiar pat-
tern of driving Jews from every
foothold in the lift' of the country,
Extension of Nazi political 'I"
over neighboring countries
survival is increasingly potent
Denationalization of Jews goes
on at an alarming pace, and 250,-
...... fare exclusion from trades
and professions as "aliens."
Thee are the foi al points of
anti-Semitism in Europe, but on
the periphery ar small anas of
Were forced to leave then: I
when they left the country T..-
even people who had b<
paratively well off went out of
derm.!1 j
The Jew of foi m i Ausl
had never attained the i
position ,.f German Jew
distress Danzig, Memel, Lithu- equally poverty-stricken,
ana, lativa which typify on a
" 1. y event" f world'shak-
nportai e have occurred
. ope during the past year.
lanj instances Jewish com-
es have been -wept alone
the current of oppression,
M Kahn, vie -pn idenl of the
.' Distribution Committee,
-- the i ffects of the Eu-
: crisis on the Jewish po-
- The Editor.
impact of the changes
i : :.' during the past y ar in
ap of Europe has been felt
n keenly by tin- Jewish peo-
p As Germany's drive for
. -pa e" broki through the
b hi .. ies of smaller rountr
living span' for .lews was
redu i :
A irvey of the Jewish posi-
the pa-' year in Central
Easl i Europe will indii ati
.' ws have been ubjected to
ible dangers of Nazi infil-
i; or i"\ asion, for even if
Greali 'I' "many does no- i -
e | wholly in imposing its rule
rtquered or absorbed terri-
it invariably drives that
country into an anti Si I I pol-
i nly slightly removed from
hi Sun mberg laws
S rapid was the onrush of Ger
ma might in the year beg i i
ptember it Jewish com- j
numl.....ing hundn Is f
nds of were
ili v swept into the ma' Istrom
of ra ial hatre I. To the 350,......
Jews -till in Old nermany and
-' 0,000 in former V: I
w r< adde i is < tims of thi new
N... racialism another 300.000
I icho SI ikia, some SO.OOi
It* y and nearly half a millioi I
Hungary. The method- of intro-
; rai ill : iws may have dif-
fer, hut thi ir effe -t has every
whr< same. The Jew
lands of Nazi supremacy
-: ally depr -.
in in elihoi d; ho is
' !<] iritl nes apable alti r
of en .....or exti rmi-
d em arrat:>n has 11
made t;..... f ant Jew-
n in I iermany and th
es she has swallowed
r drivi.....Easl Yet the
of emigration is not solv.
. the houi ling of Jews Th-.i
-r of thousand- of men.
womei and children into over-
oaded refug ihips has meat
lening .f the tragedy of
ef igees, ranscending
has
expanded I orders of the Third
Reich and reaching out to the re-
of the earth. The
11 f i'-' ic ship, drifting from port
an ominescent indict-
ment of the r.'ew barbarism whirh
i- seeking to undermine Jewish
life everywhere through the de-
liberate (lumping of Jews, after
they have been deprived of e\ ry
means of economic adjustment
Tli political upheavals in Eu-
rope have ':- ': accompanied, step
by step, by new acts of terror
mghl with it irresistible reeogi
pressure for adoption of the rae.
ial theorii s of (iermany. I
\ partner, Italy, cr" ated a
double problem by instituting an-
ti-Jewish legislation. Not
the native Jewish population, hut
also the refugees who had Bi
tled in Italy to escap pet
tion were immediately affected
Many were expelled, and thous-
ands more pauperized by the i m-
fiscation of Jewish property.
Hungary also, last May. passe i
a severe "Jew-law" which cuts
- ale the problem
assumed world-wide
Jews. The fir-t dismem- Jewish participation in Hungar-
berment of Czecho-Slovakia last jan economic and professional ac-
September affected nearly 100.000 tivities to B percent. The fir-t
Jews transferred to Germany, anti-Jewish bill, passed the pre-
liminary, and Poland. Late in reding May. had thrown 50.000
October some 18,000 .lew- of Pol jewa ,,,,., the community for
i-h nationality were ruthless ipport. The second, immea-ir
ill soon re-
driven from Germany over the
Polish border. Hut the climax to
ampaign of brutality came
on November 10th, when arson.
i j, : | arrests swept 'ier-
many in an unprecedented po-
grom.
On the pretext of avenging the
death of a German embassy killed
: Paris by a refugee youth, or-
ganized anti-Jewish violence broke
rl the Reich. More than fiv
hundred synagogues were de-
stroyed, Jewish cemeteries dese-
I, homes and business build-
ing- wiv ke I Nearly every able
lied male Jew from 18 I
" .- imprisoned, (in November
i .....ies f decrees was pub-
' i |, ning the .lews of Ger-
many as a whole one billion
to i ay for
the ne by the ri ters,
timated at another bill on, and
confiscating all insurance claims
the damage Jewish orgarri-
i | i\\ n and
funds bl k I. Ry January
ably more drastic, will soon
du some 300,000 to helpless de-
pendence upon outside assistance.
While Nazism adds new terri-
tory to the area of anti-.Tewih-
ness, the .lews of Eastern Europe
continue to live under condition's
o f widespread diseriniir.a' on
The boycott, the movement Cor
"Polonization" of commer.ee.
"ghetto benches" in universities,
pressure upon Jews to emigrate.
which has
igi ificance
Tl B 'i > of th refugees
question ha- during the past year
assumed increasing importai
as the pressure for emigp'i
has frustrated all efforts at sys
tematic evacuation. During the
past twelve months more than
I 10.000 -lews have left Naziland.
in increasingly frequent spurts
of panic emigration wh se (
com it ants w re the establish-
ment of no-man's-landa and emer
gem y transit camp-, and thi
of the refugee ship.
The exodus from Germany was
far more difficult in 5699 than in
previous years. Many of the
refugees left the country hurried-
ly, threatened with imprisonment
in concentration camps if they re-
mained. Some were physically
dumped over the holders: rarel>
in pof ession of legal 'lo?umen*s
which would regularize their
stay, they have faced enormous
hazards in seeking to remain.
Those who left (Iermany dur-
ing recent months were, in add!
tion, the poorest of th refugees
who have departed since the ad-
vent of Hitler. Those who had
The traff
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A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW
YEAR TO ALL
J. W. Watson, Jr.
City Attorney
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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of tin
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in the pre-- and on the radio, are
by now common factors in Jewish
life in Poland. Economic restric-
tions have long been pra
against Poland's 3.100,000 Jews,
ai sporadic violence still breaks
out wherever extremist elements
the upper hand.
Rim larly in Roumania where
-nil.ooii Jews live in chronic
poverty, the menace to J( h
sions by the November di
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BES" WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR i\3 MRS,
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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
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JUDGE W. F. BLANTON
SINCERE WISHES
POR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
E. B. LEATHERMAN
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY
BEST WISHES
for ft
HAPPY & PROSPEROUS J
NEW YEAR
m
J. Lamar
Paxon
COUNTY ('(IMMISSIONERJ
FOR DADE COUNTY
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL
J. N. (NEWT) LUMMU
FOR DADE COUNTY
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
JEWS IN A CHANGIXG
EUROPE
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nation-wide campaign of the were particularly active, read-
United Jewish Appeal for Refu-
gees ami Overseas Needs, this
agency was enabled to answer the
insistent distress calls from manj
parts of the world.
Stable business as thousands >i ,,,.,. th(, Jcwg rf Germany ,
J.ws. determined at any cost to Joint Distribution Comimttee ha?
me an increasingly pro*- grown increasingly importaw as
escape their t rmentors, offered iIk' agency for facilitating emi-
their last meagre funds as pa -,a!i"n and maintaining commun-
sag< money from Hamburg, !''
merhaven, Gdynia,
al institutions for those who still
remain. For the imp riled Jewry
Constanza, ot Czecho-Slovakia, the Joinl I>;--
and dozens of other Europea
ports i n the Balti the Bid k
Sea. and the Mediterranean, hi
their desperation, they sought
refugi \ a, in Af-
r a, 'hina I V.usl ralia. Some
v i n i epted by Euro] earn coun-
tries. M re ent red I
But I he i i Id was 1 y no meat -
i an al the refu-
gi es h i were being thi
f i mti al Europe, Poi is 'e
. lost I i the refugi e ships from
<1( rmanj Latin Amei
trii ;, k< d for guarantees of
mail ti Al timi evi :i pro-
d insuf-
fi.-ient ts w< re pas-
sed, ["h earts of govei i
had I toward thi home-
li The bar i i up. Immi-
arii r- i insur-
ants. "No m ire,"
as th"
steamer- aski d to put in with
human art' ies. The odj --
Jewish wand, el
is a r( ry f privation. di
ami the 1
ing s. f rel
als ;.t every port "f
tribution Committee helped
lighten the burden of economic
and racial exclusion. In Hun-
gary after the adoption of h
'< percent law thi itiati< of
i the Joint Distribution Committee
bore fruit in the formation of a
Central Relief Committi
vital task i- the pr< ser\at: n > '
community life.
TI iujrhoui the areas of : -
in Europe, the .1 I>. f
be n at hand terin
1'it, To meet 'h.-
i ge of ant i Semitism ir P<
urajri I Ji '' -'
y, craftsmanship, an.! fa. -
tory work. It- free loan -
; and agen ies of i coi -
justing .Jewish existence am' a. -
BUring Jewish survival under ar-
duous economic stress. It has
carried on extensive work among
the harrassed Jews of Roumania,
strengthening those institutions
which protect their threatened
rights.
When 18,000 JWS were 1 '
across the German border into
the backward Polish village i (
Zbaszyn last October, it was thi
prompt aid of the J. 1> C. rushed
from Warsaw which saved the
rtees from epidemic
starvation.
When the S S. St. Louis was
irni i away from < 'uba with I' -
on? Jewish refugee passi i
last June, the J. I>. C was in
strumental in furnishing the nec-
essary guarantees so that they ~
might receive temporary refuge i
support the more than i ,1 I1
Jewish refugees who have gom
to Shanghai in the past year.
The vast prol lems of
refugee aid, retraining and re-
settlement c o n fro n t Ami i
Jew ry with great respons
In the measure we meet thi si
sponsibilities will w< g i
Strength and stimulus to th
fl wi ring of a w< ll-rounded
munal life for all Jews
United State.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
SOUTHWEST
'FURNITURE EXCHANGE1
01 South Miami Avenm
CHAS. FELDMAN. Pi .
SAVE $$ HEHh
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GEO. L. DIXON
HOTEL A RESTAURANT
EQUIPMENT
1100 N. E. 2nd Av,
PHONE 2-7635
Belp. .in. England, Fran
ind.
The fun Is i f the J. D.
1939 campaigi
u th those of the Unit d Pi I
tine Appeal ai! I N itional 'i or
dinating Fund, Inc., an i
.- subventions to refugee m- J"
mittees in >\ mocrat ic lands f
VVi ten Europi Thc> hi i
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
Cunningham Jewelry Co., Inc.
FORT LAUDERDALE- 31 S. E. 2nd STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA 34 N. E. 1st AVENUE
<; I; K K T I X (i S
LA PORTA SUNDRIES
PHONE 2-9521179 WEST FLAGLER ST.
I'dl MAIN SERVICE -------BEER WINKS
FILMSPATENT MKlHi INESTOBACCOSTATIONERY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
. 'jl AI.ITY .
CUSHMAN'S BAKERY
1310 W. Flagler STreet
THE SOUTH S NEWEST AND FINEST BAKERY
\" less m he fa
( these wanderers was th plight
of thi tl ds left
no-mai I
Germany, Poland, and former
Czecho-Slovakia. Expelled from
Germany, th y could neither re
turn nor move on to the land
.: ss thi fi ntii r Their homi -
'1 ir g th : ast fall ai
were open fields ai I d I
from the wind"
by pat-1 tuffi
furnishi traw.
\V. WMi
Tn All Oiir Jewish Friends and Patron
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
McNALLY'S FOOD STORES, Inc.
. borders of "'> "
"EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT''
W5-47 in Drexel Avenue
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SINCERE WISIIKS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SOUTHERN BEVERAGES, Inc.
BOTTLERS OK
HIRES ROOT BEER DOUBLE COLA
CLIQUOT CLUB GINGER ALE AND SODA
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

SANITATION IS NECESSARY FOR
YOUR HEALTHS SAKE
i.'..'-. loaches. Ants, Bed Hug* and Other Dangeri
; -' an :'-'. ,..-,.,,] liy our met hods
TERMITE CONTROL

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1229 Biscavne Boulevard
Phcne 3 384S
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Benner Box & Printing Co.
1023 S. W. 25th AVENUE PHONE 4-5016
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It is our pleasure to extend to
all our Jewish friends and
patrons sincere wishes
for
A Happy New Year
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN WISHING
FOR ALL JEWRY
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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NATURAL GAS CORP.
"Serving Thousand* of Satisfied Cmtompra"
449 W. FLAGLER STREET
I'll..lie 3-5391
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
A Rosh Hashonah Message
from tli v
President of the United States
to
American Jewrv
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nil-: wniTK nuisi:
WASHINGTON
PAGE THIRTEEN
Tii ;::> -Ii \\ ^!: people of Aiucrieii i extent!
I .1! irrt'etinifi for I lie New Yejir. w:\i ih<
assiii'iiner t>f in\ iippreeii'itioii of I lie muter in] 11ml
eiiliuriil eoiilriluitions wliieli my fellow eiti/.ens
<( the .Jewish fiiith continue in make towaril tin
ilevelnouienl hihI welfare "I' the nut ion.
KRAXKLIN l> RoosEVKl.T.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ORCHID BEAUTY SALON
OPEN TUESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS
639 S. W 12th AVE. PHONE 3-3558

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Paul K. Jenkins
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AND ASSOCIATES OF THE
FLORIDA
j I Exterminating Co.
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA |
46 S. W. Is St__Phone 2-2955
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EXTEND NEW YEAR
| GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS
GREETINGS
I.. A. JONES SERVICE. In.
VIRGIL F. GASPER
PHONE 3-3631
Complete Automobile Repairing
and Rebuilding
150 N. W. FIRST ST.
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SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHARLES G.
HANNOCK
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
f 10 Years Same Location and
Management
| AUTO COLLISION
WORKS. INC.
| 125.135 N. E. 13th St.Ph. 2.1538
| CHAS. WINKELMAN. Mgr.
(JEW YEAR GREETINGS
J. Barbash and
Sons, Inc.
PARKING SERVICE
261 N. E. 1st St. Phone 2-8"94
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SINCERE WISHES FOR A I
| HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS j
i NEW YEAR
j CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE.
1321 S. W. 40th Ave. j
| Phone 4.2914 Coral Gables |
A HAopv NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
Acme Supply Co.
".. E. Sixth Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
| MAX H. FRIEDSON
| AND FAMILY
FRIEDSON
CONSTRUCTION CO.
I 1632 Pennsylvania Av M. Beach
RAY DtL VALLE AND
ASSOCIATES OF THE
DEL VALLE
CONSTRUCTION CO.
Extend Sincere Wishts (or a
Happ) & I'roHperotiM Xew Year
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IIAITY XKW YKAI{
Herman Wall
HAPPY NEW YEAP
Florida Foundry
& Pattern Works
Iron. Brass and Aluminum
Castings
Wocd and Metal Patterns
BRONZE TABLETS
'05 East Twentieth Street
Phone 8-2272Hialeah. I la.
TO OUR MANY FRIEN.DS
AMD PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW NEAR
FAN TAN SHOP
(WOMEN'S APPAREL'
39 E Flagler St. Phone -
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B A K E R Y
"Bakers of the Best"
Spceializinu in
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HAPPY NEW YEAE
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liKST WISIIKS TO Ol'H JEWISH li. V -
f. r h
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from tlie
Royal Palm Club
MIAMI'S LARGEST AND FINEST SUPPER CLUB
OPEN ALL THE YKAR
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N'KW years
orketixos m vnr
D A R D E N
REALTY CO.
I' l \V nil Ave.
M hi i lieneli I- Ifiriflii
j ALBERT E. PURCHASE
I J. DARDEN MARSHALL
SlXi ERE WISIIKS
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NEW YEAR
T. H. SWEETING
s.M.Ks AC.EXT
THE NATIONAL CASH
REGISTER CO.
547 N. E. First Ave.
i House to Home Delivery J |
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! IMlONE 2-111M
A FRIEND
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Greet inqs at the Start of this Year
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V has />< i //./ good iiiimbi r for us,
II < hope ili.u the year 5"00 trill
I ring i ili.it it, loo, will prove to be a for-
tunate number. May it be it year
of progress in Ji u ish history!
We t.m this means of greeting
our thousands o) Jewish friends
andcustomt rs at this solemn season.
A HAPPV NEW YEAR TO
YOUTHE SINCERE
WISHES OF
THE DIXIE CO.
21 N. E. 36th Street
PHONE 3-3711
WE thank them f> r their
loyalty to the 57 varieties.
Wt shall always attempt to repay
that loyalty by keeping to our
standard of quality, which has
guided us for the seventy years of
our business life.
To cement cur relations still
further with the Jewish people <'f
the United States, we have put
re than 50 of our varieties und( r
the supervision of the UNION OF
ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGRE-
GATIONS OF AMERICA. When
you see the emblem of approval
on our labels, you know that
the products
are made in strict
accord with all the
laws of kashruth.
Happy New Year!
H. J. HEINZ CO.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
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FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H. M. Cassell
Fish Market
.-2-- H. E. Second Averne 1
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HEINZ FOODS
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
A MESSAGE TO B'NAI B'RITH
(BY E. ALBERT PALLOT)
PRESIDENT SHOIEM LODGE NO. 10 24, MIAMI. FLORIDA
Brother Ben B'riths, I would be
in >sl ungral ful if I did not take
the opportunity afforded me by
the Jewish Floridian to thank all
of you Brothers for the privilege
fi i red upon me of serving
Sholem Lodge during this y-ar
in my office.
I sincerely h ipe that during my
tenure of office my efforts have
had the effect of advancing the
cause in which we all strive.
I cannot refrain at this time
from particularly commending
the officers and members of our
Lodge for the excellent condition
in which Sholem Lodge finds
itself today. Financially and nu-
rically, we arc stronger than
at any tini2 in our history; we
are showing a fine program and
today we join the other 100,000
Ben B'riths in the proud feeling
that our fraternity is continuing
an upward and forward march.
As to the spirit of the frater-
ty, I can say without fear of
b hai -i i with unwarr into I
is asm that I h e attitude
throughout the State at I Nat
is firmer, strong and more
promising today thai at any time
within our I Perhaps it
>v as the dep.....ion. patl I has
. world ents, perha] -
it ; It of gr win*
- nlightmi n1
Bi i B'i iths of Florida are think-
and talking ab tut the I
mendous importai i of th e
trutl if our irder.
\- I have visited our Br ithers
F th< Stati.
1 haw obs rved
sum- on their faces and the
of their voi< <- sh >'.v i oncern for
nts wl taking pla
and which cause this generation
of }'- B'riths to hav a pi
I ty to perform to the unenlight-
These men whom I have
ith are not un-
aware of thesi ii- times and
- I'- B'riths we cannot
close lur eyi cowards our obli-
gations to the present ami future
i4' ;. at !ons.
I am sure that in times past.
othi great iss les have been pre-
i ted to the B'nai B'rith which
i mi d at that time of supreme
importance, but I have talked
with a great number of our broth.
pi* throughout this state who
ftel that today the very future
of the human mil.'I is a; Stake
and that liberty as an instil
will live or die as the minds if
men are enslaved or Bet free
Some of us have b en ta ight
to understand that freedom and
libi rty was the mark of ,:
lion and thoueht of liberty as the
child of education and freedom as
th.> product of enlightenm r.t.
We said that a- Nations bi
better ei ghti that more Sa-
- ion w iuld become dem
f-s ning, ng to their
guarantee of th hu
man rights; in fait, twenty years
ago, a great Ei g ish phi isopher
and historian wr te: "The
igainst au!
has endi i hat now appi
'< isive and permanent > i< tor>
for liberty; in mo-'
. -- ountries lij'eilty '
discussion is recognized as a fur.
damental What
pen I to tl servat n" Hard-
ly had the ink drii
of the largest n try ir
.vorld .-lipped hark into a
cruel and despotic rule
Lenin. Three years later, Italy,
WOLPERT'S
FURNITURE*
BARGAINS!
' We Refuse To Be Undersold
155 W. FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 3-4132
THE JJn.ZF&yticLa.
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REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MOHEL
PHONE 2-0828
300 N. W. 16th Ave.
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FLOWERS
FRESHLY CUT
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Acacia
Flower Shop
FLOWERS WIRED
ANYWHERE
Phone ''I'M)
1547 s W, Rth St.. Miami
WV'V4-
JACKSOriviLLE'S
LEADING HOTEL
CV, ifftiir *'* modm- *'
Qftf^" prool hold In th*
h.arl ol downtown
Jacldonvi!!.. Ev.ry
room with tub and
howor. Boll water,
radio, and V.n.lian blinds. Ev.ry bad
with Inn.rtpring maitr.M and reading
lamp. Running ic. waltr en .vary lloor.
POPULAR PHICED
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
COFFEE SHOP
SUMMER
COMFORT
a country which has written much
on the pages of history followed
Russia; Germany was next, then
came Turkey and Spain ami fin-
ally Brazil, so that today, more
than one half of Europe, in Asia,
and parts of South America's lib-
erty is something that exists only
in history hook- and in the mem-
ory of !)
What is happening to those
great principles? I> it true that
und nothing for these things? I- the
f rceful leader of the [ta
pie correct when he says that
The plain truth is tiny arc I r
of liberty", and that the "hardy
youth of today wants to pass over
the decayed corpse of the Goddess
of liberty?" For myself, I find
it hard to believe that any people
given the chance to he free would
deliberately choose to become en-
slaved. And make no mistake
about my use of the word "En-
slavement." We are using some
new phrase- today which have
been coined for th.' modem sys-
tem, hut it is the age old custom
ofautociai-y and despotism. Des
pots are wow called "dictators"
and tin- word- 'totalitarian or
taiian" is a stream lined
name for autocratic tyranny"
During recent months we have
been witnesses to a campaign of
propaganda, reminiscent of pre-
war days in which lip servers of
democracy are beating the War
drums again. Our free institu-
tion- are already under attack
and it is not with nuns or bay-
onetts. I would remind you that
the nnnace of these modern tyr-
ants who attack democratic prin-
ciples is not their military attack.
No nation since the world war
capable of defending itself, has
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Olktr I. I Peu-d Hotel,
Mol.l P.tte-CI.il..op,o Hotel DeSoro -So*onnol
TODAY AND
EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR
Year in and vear out. automatic water heating.
night and day, the trained They bring you in a n y
members of the Sunshine "Plus Services", tookitch-
Service organization are en-planning, the advice of
at your heck and call trained home economists
courteous, alert, unfailing. and commercial lighting
They bring you cheap, de- engineers, to name a few,
pendahle electric service These "Plus Services" are
that makes possible all the free> More than that< bv
benefits of modern elec-
tric appliances in your
home and business from
lighting and radio enter-
tainment to cool, safe.
cheap electric cookerv
from home ventilation to
SUNSHINE
ERVICL
increasing the acceptance
and use of electric service
they make possible lower,
and yet lower rates.
SERVICE SAM SAYS
ON
SUNSHINE
SERVICE
ANYTIME
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIFTEEN
A MESSAGE TO B'NAI B'RITH
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>' attacked by force .-.f arms.
:: i\vly but surely the Fascist
1 eg, Italy and Germany
ha- een slowly extending; their
P over weak ami unprotect-
ed I'le. The modern tyrants
with propaganda. Was this
''' case in Austria and
1 >lovakia. Not a (tun SMIIt
i op of blood shed except
army of the invader to en-
'''' iscipline. Yet the people
v nkened by radio attacks,
rued by subtle propagan-
ere ready to surrender their
tii herished liberty than fijrht
f"r : in. Today there are or-
groups in Florida spread-
ing same poisonous gas called
tranda They are working
. our population, talking t
(rr of old age citizens who
an egging for help and they
ri ntensely among that large
an- 1 people who are unable
t- ; work in private industry
:n are becoming bitt --.. -fieil with the system which
hat emed so cruel to th. m
Thi are being told that liberty
i- -. worth what it costs, and
thai read is more import I
-' ee speech,
Brothers, these doctrtn -s
th:.: c being scattered through-
out ir State and Country are no
mj i secrets. They propose to
brir. every individual, every in-1
- and our entire countty
its influence. As I? -n
B'i we must proclaim the
.- of loyalty to Governmeti
A- ns of temporal and mrn-
C -. eminent, we must bo
fai' hi ... hon >i able and law-:
ing tizens; always ready to re-
fut< the insidious and vi i >
pr ...-. nda and lies that are '>.-
i ad among our people.
I any of you look with sad-
:-.- .- the fate "f our brotr.
countries, who have da -
i nsist upon the right <>t
i? I do not believe I
fr has Seen stamped n r
Gei .. \. Italy or Russia or nn>
..f .. -e other pseudo diet"!I r
, iiu -. I believe that in c I :.
of -. countries there are miri
:.:ry the truth still bun
... their minds and I believe
at* iat in these sam countries
are occasional mei I i
. -. >rothers. This old world
iad '- tyrants before
Greece had her Alexander; Rome f MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
had her Caesar; Germany her J)
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eon Where are the empires of )) <_ U.A VJlV.i_Al/\ 1 lU->
men? Shattered and brok- \\ 154o S. W Thrd Street
en, even as their dynasties werp. II
But the institutions they at- 11 ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
tempted to put under their heel I( RABDrs Bj.SIDEKrE: 919 S. W. 13th Cou t; Phono 3-5192
nave lived on. II
Free loir., democracy, life, lib-
erty and happiness have lived
through the dark ages when iir- .----------------- ---------- --- --
mce and superstitution have ROSH HASHONO SERVICES SERMON SCHEDULE
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impossible for its truths to be R08n Hashono services will be ,)n ,'"'-h mornings of Rosh
passed on from one generation to mYwnA |n Wednesda evening, Hashono Kabbi Kellner will preach
emnireTi torT^Z I fall *Z September 13th at 6:30 P. M. in English immediately prec,
empire* before rise and fall, and the Blowing of the Shofar. The
I tell y..u today that after Hitler Rabbi Kellner *" offer a prayer on ^ f.^( ^ ^ ,,_. ^
and Muss,dim ;U:d Stalin nave and Cantor Nathan Wroobe] will u-(11.lli .,,, \Vl. on Ih(. second
been returned to the soils of the chant the service. day ..W(. ., the World" Be
countri e they now profess to ,.;,,. Mj|uha .,,, Maar|v ,, the
love so dearly, the principles of Morning service! on both filst day RaDDj Kellner will
Democracy will be living on and Thursday and Friday will com- |,reacn jn* Yiddish,
leading men to the true light. mence at 7:.'!ii A. M. and Mincha
My Brothers, I have failed n both afternoons at 6:00 P.M. ------------------------------------------------------
most miserably in these rambling ';,s u,'h "ET"" "'" SHABBOS SHUVO
,.,.. Ihui-sdav afternoon at 4:iiil P, M .________-_________-----
remarks if I have not made clear ... .
to you my feelings that if it be- ">e "Wlr Sabbath service scne- Rabbi Ki.lhu.,. w, p,,,iU,h a
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human principles, that we must os uvo" dish the morning of the Sabbath
defend them. Freedom is "t-------------------------------------------------------of Repentance at 10:30 A. M.. and
something that is won and then will deliver a traditional Halach
locked in the archives of a mir tion a better place in which to discourse at 4:.".(> I'. M. in the
seum to display as an object of live synagogue
interest. I iberty is something
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veneration, with every change of
curcumstances, Let us lead a
better life: let us. as a people '
f .rtitud fight for the principles
of democracy ever remembering
that 'Eternal vigilance is the
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1339
A Thought For Rosh Hashonah 5700
(BY RABBI MANUEL GREENSTEIN)
CONGREGATION BETH El.WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
vm,r.gg.%-=g.%ggA?pA,s,=>.r.gg.%'S!5|.%gg.%'sg'^!r-
Rosh Hashonah 5700 is at hand, religion, but only
and the Jewish world will gather
in its sanctuariea to speed a
parting year and to trre.t
solemn song
ligion,
de.
with
pets anothQr
kind in its place," and he quotes
Professor Whitehead of Harvard
who on e put the truth into a
memorable sentence "The unw-
ind fervent prayer ,, (lf thought is never from re.
the dawn of the new. It will iigioni to irre|jKion but invirii-
speed the pissing year with min- bll. is from l)|u. ,,.]i(rj an-
gled .motions, and approach the otner." While v.e Jewish people
future with apprehension, and have not beeen active participants
with a deep sense of uncertainty
trusting in the great Judge of
all times. Our Father in Heaven,
that the lot of our people be im-
proved.
On the eve of the old and the
awn of the New Year, we pray
for a "ShoPO Tovu." a "Happy
Year."' fur the mood of the day
world affairs is heavy and de-
pressing. If we but turn to the
words of the great prophet of our
Bible w might say with him that
- a world which cries out
"Prepan War. Stir the mighty
I el all the men of War
' aw near. Let them c ime up."
With great anguish, torn with
tten ess, h can only cry out
"Beat your plowshares into
swoi :-. ai : your Miming hooks
- i ars" for only God will
'it 1 judgi all the nati >ns round
it"
It is difficult for us who ale at
notion of the old and the
' gn ire a world situation
'hah i< catapulting us headlong
to the vall.y of destruction. 1
am addressing myself in parti u-
. t a large sector of our pe<
which has stood by the wayside
looking in as I ystandera into the
world a- well as the Jewish seen .
It hasn't participated. It hasn't
a helping hand, nor a listen-
ear to a situation which has
manded the I est talents, the
' minds It has drifted and
I it was almost
And today as a n<
what has happened and wl
ii
W I ii has ha- -. : | is been so
by a great think-
c the Rev, Han;.
:. I "The
pist of the matter lies her. .
man trii rid of re-
h never di es get rid of
in the world attempt to under-
mine religion, yet by our indif-
ference, by our inactivity, by our
refusal to stand by our most cher-
shed treasures, we have indirect-
ly contributed to the ; resent day
situation.
For a long time our world has
b en drifting from religion, until
one sector drifted into a port
where it discovered a new kind
f do trine a doctrine new ami
yet old borrowed from ancient
world, from an ancient War
God, Thor, and :h blood pantheon
"f Valhalla. It is an old doctrine
popularized and modernized by-
present day Fascism and Nazism.
Noit is not Hitler, nor Musso-
lini, nor the present day leaders
of the Totalitarian states, rather
is it the doctrinethe ancient pa-
gan philosophies recalled and re-
vised from the pages of ancient
manuscripts which were so bitter.
ly condemned until it has become
one of the three major sins in
Israel. It is a belief in the su-
premacy of the Statethe State
is God as one of their greatest
proponents has state "Whoso \vr
conceives that there is a higher
service that that of the nation,
advocates idilatory, or as Musso-
lini has spoken "The Fascist con-
ception of the Stat i- all elllbra -
ing; outside of it no human or
sniritual value can exist:" The
State then assumes the divine
right to conscript the lives of its
citizens, its families, its property,
i's conscience. No longer may it
le aaid, "The State vxists for
man, but rather that man exists
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New. we affirm our faith again
in God who is supreme-who is
above race, above statethe sob
and ultimate object to which man
dedicates his conscientious loyal-
ty, and we affirm our faith in our
democratic government which
recognizes the supremacy of God
We shall thank God that there
still remains a greater part <>t
our world which hasn't sacrificed
its liberty for an Imaginary se
curity in which it must by neces-
sity cry "Heil to its Fuehrer," and
bind its soul in chains of Steel.
So Joel the prophet long ago
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for the dav of the Lord is near
in the valley of decision." The
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beliefs of the Totalitarian states
with the state as Cod anil the
di mocracies which is rooted in
one supreme God above the State.
Let us th- n who have stood by
the wayside recognize that in
coming to prayer servi e on Rosh
Hashonah and Vom Kippur. that
we are not only giving lip ser-
vice t i outworn and outmoded
form-. Rather arc w afirming
our belief in a doctrine which i-
ever fresh a religion for which
our people have sacrificed ineir
lives. It is for this vision, this
ideal, this way of life that ur
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVENTEEN
THE SHOWDOWN
(BY RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF)
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB -MIAMI BEACH
"Anil it came to pass, whin
Joshua was ly Jericho, that he
lifted up his eyes and looked, and
b< hold, then da man over
agairat him with hi* sword drawn
in his hand. And Joshua
unto him and said unto him, 'Arl
thou for us or for our adversar-

Hi re is. a Biblical illustration
of what we call today a "show
dow i ". A I write this Se
Vila's message this same show-
down is being employed through-
out the world by rations threat-
en ng ci me embroiled in an
unimaginable woi 1.1 c o n f 1 i c t
I each ca| forth I
rii. other I he nui -1 ion, "Arc
friend or fiie'.'"
I ere can b no answer, "I am
' itral I am nonpartisan, an
bystander" Oni is eith-
er fi iend or foi ; if then
one is automatically the other.
Th i Jew, too, lias called a
show I wn. The generation wh
I endlessly of equality ul'^> P'-'t t<> the u g this
and enl ghtenment, of love of pa I yeai have shown '
Jew and admiration for his cul ,.-.,. .,.;,,.. Many others hai
ture, has n d in practice the -xpressed themselves in valliuv,
old ravage word of bigotry, in- f ; navt, rushed to the
lerance and oppression. Wc ,: :,. 0f |srae| harrassed. The
know now many of our foes, and showdown has made i-lear for us
therefore are better equipped to ,,,- i,,-,.. f |lattlP.
irselves. There arc still. j,; ,,,,,- own community a show-
man) whose stand towards Jewrj down was ,.:,n,.,| for the first tim<
is more or less of an enigma. We this past year Th Feleration of
md a showdown. Jewish Welfare Funds disco\
Some of our "best friend.*-' wno amongst us were Jewish
MR. AND MRS.
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friends; who. by refusal to par-
ticipate in this waited effort to
support many of the internal
al. national, r< e i and lo'-nl
ii' gan:zat ons, at on declared
them selves as fin -. A
No statement could deny the per-
tinence of the question, "Are you
f ien 1 or foe'.'" No actioi
one could place a Jew among our
i riends.
The Feder ition f mm a
r sc. many a bitt< r ''
!' lintmel '. many a pli peas
surance, when ih-1 h< wdown wn<
completed. We I
PSl "Ward- the -i W l"\' l
to be called tl winter.
We hope it will reveal the ranks
of our enemies growing f ".
weaker; the ranks of '"
growing st r mgi r in i uml i
I C'llll (1
alone in matti r of f:i
our rommunil y. T many
vis think that a f tri-
e already makes us
sufficiently loyal Jews: sufficii
unto our pc pie; ffi un*o
ourselves.
Thai far from thi ti ith, Ju-
daism rests on m re than help of
nff] [ted It r I
n aid to reftigi ':
nn,l '.';'.
,;'. | a
call a sh v. I v ir
ty in the coming year In tl
matte's too, W must l\
fr i nd from foe.
Results f cultural program =.
adult edu at nal lasses
ends "f Ji "
ture are few indeed. Att< i
of our own metnl ers and
at daily Sabbath ai d II dy D :
services reveal-- again mi re
of r ligion than friends. Ai -
beyond dispute, those who are
not friends must be f >es, since
they undermine the place, impor-
tance and influen of n
not alone in their i wn livi
in the growii g lifi of their chil
dren, and in the life of our grow
ing community.
We must all a "> i:'
the sphere f i : ation. An
...... of par
ents ,: ink that ; > I i
: i i... out of Sunday Si 1 ai
ly
Ihoy are. if not frlei '
im, i-iTlainlj
mil -! Tl
minti
the J. !''

suent in th< ir pi I f
mi '
We musi call a showdown In
matter- of Jewish obsi
tion on oar entire roniii.
Flagrant violations f Kashruss
observance in butcher shops, res-
taurants hotels, which affect
tourist population, i ui o\\ n
- more than that, I he i i eritj
within our own Jewish families.
There must be a -ii wdown- II -
- ry Jewish man an I won
i e one or the other: an act
intere ted, inquiring fri< nd, or.
automatii ally, a foe
Yes, the time f r a show
has come. We ho|
Kashruss, whii h .- dear
gr at number as it shi uld
iffers jh our comm
not because of the i M
enemies, but becausi f la
friends. This [ ast year
rought to thi '
which cast an ujrl}
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I u i.-h you a a Happ; N. v.
Vear.

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PAGE EIGHTEEN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE YEAR IN JUDAISM
(BY HENRY W. LEVY)
"H/H/HfH/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/l
Another year has passed, and munism, dictatorship, totalitar
although the Jews of America ianisni call it what you may -
are more aware than ever I has been dnnounced wherever it
threats to their "life, liberty an.I !.-,. reared its ujrly head, whether
the pursuit of happiness," tl be in Germany, Russia, Italj
!-. future unafraid ^ r Spain. Denuncial of the
V' to the dangers inherent i" "Brown Boisnevism' 'of Germany
the spread "( totalitarianism :> ] ,.,.,, no i than
anti-S-.nnitic propaganda they that of the "Red Bolshevism" of
ha\c found encouragement in the Russia,
manj Christ an e both Cath- | n ,,* address be-
olic ami Protestant, lit'' fon the Central I nfen of
fense ..f religious liberties and
th rights '>f the individual man
i'I ere ha- also arisen amone
Jewry a new and more intei
inner consciousness of Judaism, a
spirit of relig feel _
has real depth.
I ;i an iry listing of ex-
pressions against anti-Semitism
by Catholic and Protestant lead-
ers and org inizat is bey nd
the realm of th> brief survey if
the year 5(1 just CO! hided.
We might mention only the for-
mat ion of a 'omm ttei f Catl
lii-~ Against \.......
their issuance <>f a pub it ii
ill d "Th,- Voice," and the
emenl ssued June 2nd by
550 Prol -turn. Catholic and Jew-
ish lay and clerical load.
| aga inst "hat roil- deliber-
i ly fomented against cultural
groups by unscru] ilous or misled
individuals" and stat
plac ; Amei i ai dem-
Ameri an Rabb I uential or-
ation "f the Reform Rabbin-
the United States, Rabbi
Currick Erie, Pa-, urg-
d i 'ongr -- continue it- in-
i tigal sive activi-
Amerii a thu
"the political adventurers who
: establ sh in our beloved
p ilitical forms and
un-American methods of th Fas-
cist, the Nazi or Communist gov-
ernments of the (ill World." The
Conference later passed a reso-
lution endorsing the stand of its
The Ral I i il '
. il of America, composed of nr-
lo> rabbis, pa sed a similar
rosoiuti.ii! when it attacked Com-
munism and Fascism as the
"double-edged enemy of thi Ji ws "
Tin- Union of Am- i i
egations, at : I annual
ng in Cincii nati, stated that
thi org ii izat ion w as "unalterably
ted to I mmunism. Fa
for preju s, an(j Nazism. We reaffirm our
whether ra i! n tie iwict oi tl it the Vmer in sys-
v rst Ka2 n was n el f D mo rat enl
American dowry iphold and pri
figurative shrug of the should .. high leals to which w.
or a panicky hystei E ai a i wervinjs
thinking of ilty."
many Jewish leaders; large mass The v. P) ,, ,, ,n Commit-
meetings, boycott w. re, _.-,...
the irder of ,;. n imei I T I ly,
Nazi propagandists, "that a link
exists between Judaism and Com-
munism," and declared that "as
American citizens we reaffirm
our faith in the American way
of life and denounce alike the at-
tempted invasion of Nazi-Fascist
and Communist propaganda in
country."
The report, further explaining
the Committee's vi wpoint, spoke
for most Jews when it continued:
( lur efforts to hotter the '
uat'or. f dew- abroad and I i
fostei understanding at
horn have not been from a nar-
row se arian viewpoint. w
have been moved by a deep faith
in the sal redness of human |
sonality, -> mbolized and foster
by our rplieion [indeed, by
We havn vig irously sup-
.i- principles of
Ann i-; ai demii ra > fr.....lorn of
.-.' ch and freedom
of c.....
"In th present struggle for
just I deci ncy these are the
things that we si res dual
rty, equality and civil rights,
freedom of conscience, mutual
sport and understanding. All n
should ngaged in a si ruggli
f r thesi id< ils W an
aged kern on be< ause we arc
nf mmon effort,
friendly pera
. : ri bi rave i foi
just i in d pea
Henry Monsky. presid.....f
B'na B'l th, o! le I Jewish fra-
ternal order, also r- iterated hi-
orgai tat n't \ to un-
Americanism. Speaking in De
.....f the Fourth of
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PAGE NINETEEN
Israel's Five-Point
Program
(t iint i lined from Page H)
wi :'. the tiger? Because God
prefers the meek and the humble
to strong; and the dominating:,
Thi ill i- hunted by the lion,
the sheep by the wolf, the fcoat
by I tiger God, therefor,'.
wiy>: "Bring: unto me a sacrifice,
in them that persecute but
them that are persecuted."
It in view of this lofty teach-
the modern -I w, follow-
instrui i ion of our Sages,
nr.i-- take his place in the world
n t! those who are persecuted
with those who ppi -
cut Ami the application prii pic must be universal. Our
omnassion must go out not only
tn r own people but also to
evi ;. victimized jrroup on thy
fa. i of the earth. Remember
!' the direct suffering of
our i eople today, the suffering
i- rot an exclusively Jewish
prohli in Imt a problem of univer-
sal Bgnitude. And what univer-
sal this problem not only in
theory but also In actuality is
th i fact that we never know
what group is destined to suffer
thi -. ne fate in the future.
I repeat this illustration from
Frai Weurfel's profound hook
called. "The Forty Days of Musa
Dag ". This hook tells the story
of v., suffering Armenian peo
i a Jewish group but one
of thi oldest Christian groups on
earth, yet able to vie in suffering
witr Israel. Reflecting on Ar-
m. ..'- tale of woe. the author
says. "Every mar; and every na-
ti..- at one time or another he-
i ii the weak. That is why
npi i:y Bhould tolerate persecu-
tion, let alone extermination, as
a precedent". And again in a
soft! note: "Clod ,reated dif-
ferei es that we might learn to
ach other". It is this note
of universal love of God and
mat ''.at must begin to dominate
th. fe of humanity if the hu-
mai family i- to surviveEvery
form .f oppression and tyranny
must be condemned by the mod-
en lew. (1 -peak from the Jew-
ish -tandpoint which applies to
God.'" teaches Rabbi Akiba,
"Then seek to he like Him; just,
loving;, compassionate and merci-
ful."
Th.- third principle that is a
part of the philosophy of the Jew
and should become part of th<"
world is the principle of liberal-
mindedness. This, too, is a les-
son taught by Jewish history.
that the fate of the Jew is insep-
arable from th>- fate of the lib-
eral trend in human life; that
when liberalism prevails, thi' Jew
succeeds and when liberalism fal-
ters, th Jew fails. And this
lesson must not be forgotten by
Israel in his present clash with
dark, reactionary forces. Indeed,
it is my sincere conviction that
Israel r nlizes that in order to
survive and that democracy in
order to survive must cherish a
liberal policy that will make for
an attitude of benevolence and
charitableness towards fellow-
men. By way of illustration:'
There are some people in our own ;
country at the present moment'
to whom the problem of relief is
a -train anil a burden. Why cre-
ate the impression, say these peo-
ple, that the poor in our midst
present a new probkon in human
life? Does not even the Bible
say. "The poor shall never cease
out of the land?" This is an er-
roneous interpretation of the
scriptural passage to be found in
the book of Deuteronomy. What
the Bible means to say is not that
the poor should always be with
us but that we should always he
with the poor What the Bible
really says is this:Since the
poor shall never cease out of the
land, therefore I command thee,
saying: "Thou shalt surely open
thy hand unto thy poor and needy
brother in thy land" As a Jew-
ish teacher, preaching: and teach-
ing Biblical prophet Lc id cannot share the cruel ami heart
less attitude of those who refuse
to -hare the fate of their less
fortunate fellow men. As a Jew,
I feel that our salvation and the
Balvation of mankind lies in the
universal spread of generosity
and liberal-mindeilness. The fain-
the Christian as well). Wherev-
[ r there is Suffering, the Jew
must cry out in protest- This is
the meaning of Judaism and th:s
is the meaning of the Hebraic
heritage still carried by our peo-
ple in their brain cells and blood
streams "Wouldst thou glorify
ous hi-torian. Finest Kenan, was
profoundly right whuii he said:
"The enemies of the Jews are the
enemies of the liberal spirit",
which also implies that the
fii nd- of the liberal spirit will
remain the friends of the Jew. I
abhor the well-known attitude of
our good friends who constantly
remind us "Why. some of our
best friends are Jew-". I say
emphatically and categorically,
let it be known that you are
friends of the liberal spirit: then
can sincerity be ascertained.
The fourth ideal that the mod-
ern Jew should continue to cher-
ish is the ideal of learning. This,
too. is a vital part of the herit-
age of our people, known as a
people of the hook- It certainly
cannot be a shi er coincidence that
the last thir.v saved by Josephus
from the burning: Temple in Jeru-
salem was a scroll of law. And
one of the first enterprises in
Modern Palestine was the estab-
lishment of the Hebrew Univer-
sity on Mount Scopus. Both epi-
sodes spring from the conviction
that the book is "the source of
our life and the length of Our
day-". That to forsak the foun-
tains of learning is to forsake
the fountains of life. Thi- is an-
other ideal pathetically needed in
the life of humanity today For
one .f the tragic phases in th i
life of nations at thi- moment,
particulaily in Fascist and Nazi-
lands, is -his deprecation of learn-
ing and men of learning. I- is
this anti-intellectual movement
that is bound to destroy art aril
science and literature, and force
cholnrs and thinkers into a
Spartan philosophy of the first
and the fang. This is a grievous
situation. We forget that our
world suffers not because of too
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1339
Israel's Five-Point
Program
(Continued from I'age 19)
eed is not less enlightenment,
but more enlightenment- "Our
knowledge", said the American
philosopher, William James, "our
knowledge is a drop, our ignor-
ance a sea". This being the case.
should it not be the prophetic
dream of every intelligent man
and woman to reach out for the
< ay when the knowledge of God
will cover the earth as the waters
Cover the sea?"
The fifth and final idea that
fhnuld enter into the daily philos-
ophy of the modern .lew is the
deal of peace. In the entire lit-
erature on th > subject of peace,
there is not one passage that sur-
passes the prophetic promise that
EOme day rations will "heat their
swords into plowshares and their
spears into pruning hooks". The
greatness of this prophecy lies in
the fact that it goes to the root
of the matter. It does not speak
of more reduction of armaments
or of temporary peace conference
| retences It urges the uprooting
-f hatred from the heart of na-
01 the abolishing of instru-
m nts of death and the turning
i f destructive forces into con-
rtru tive forces. This remains
'.he mission of Israel todayto
destroy the psychol igy of war.
There i<. perhaps, very little that
wv as a people, can do at this
moment by way of stopping in-
ternational strife and by way of
eliminating the sudden lust for
blood and power. But we ran
rcaeh out beyond the present mo-
ment and gradually leg in to un-
dermine the passions and forces
that make for war and bloodshed
Destiny has rendered us particu-
larly fit for this mission W<
happen to he th victims of op-
pression and persecution, hut w
firmly believe with Theodore
Herzl, the founder 'if model l
Zionism, that "Just as th" poet
weaves songs out of his ow.i
nain. sm shall we prepare from
out of our own suffering the re-
demption of mankind in whose
-. n e we an". W happen to
be the present victims of oppres-
sion and pi in, but it is our
task to tell humanity that world
in :t- !f is only an abstrect
phrase; thai there 'an be no world
... tself is only an abstract
world; that there can bs no peace
in the world until there Is peace
in the heart of man. It is thi>
prophetic preaching that still ren-
ders Israel "the meeenger of
peace to the nations of the earth."
This is the five-fold program
that I would present to you, if
you wish to define Judaism as a
way of lifethe conviction of the
inviolablability and the imperish-
ableness of human personality, an
attitude of kindness and com-
passion towards our fellow men.
the principles of liheral-miivded-
n ss and intellectual enlighten-
ment, and a passion for peace. I
do not say that if the modern
Jew continues to cherish these
ideals he will escape the brunt of
p irsecution. We may still con-
tinue to suffer. But at least We
shall have the comforting convic-
tion that we ourselves have "clean
hands and a pure heart". V\ c
may continue to bo the suffering
.lews in human history. But at
least we shall have the comfort
ing conviction that some day God
will appear in the storm and vin-
dicate US, that some day the real-
ization will be brought to hum-
anity that through our very suf-
fering, we have preserved and
perpetuated the ideals and prin-
ciples which have made the world
safe for democracy and civiliza-
tion.
And as for the attitude of 8
hostile world both without and
within our ranks towards .Juda-
ism, we may retail that beautiful
passage in the Midrash in which
we may liken the Jew to one who
wanders in the dark night with a
torch in his hand to light his
path, but however often it is re-
kindled h finds it blown out by
the wind and the storm until he
finally concludes to wait patiently
for the light of day. Storms and
winds. Nazism and Fascism, are
constantly endeavoring to blow-
out the light of Judaism, both
without and within our ranks. We
shall not lose faith or trust, but
shall keep on rekindling the light
until the light of a new day-
comes ushering in a true civiliza-
tion for all mankind. This is our
prayer at the eve of the great
Rosh Hashonah.
Men and women of Great r
Miami Jewry:-- Would that we
do our utmost, the coming year
and years, to carry out "Israels
Five-Fold Program" and to jus-
tify our invoking the living Cod
to remember us and all peoples
of the earth unto life. Again I
repeat this year. I feel constrain-
ed to say a "Happier New Year"
for all Jewry. For we Jews are
so constituted that whatever af-
fects Jewry ill other parts of the
world affects us personally. In
this glorious country of ours.
where we share freedom and lib-
erty equally with all its citizens
all of us become moved at the
reports of the sufferings of Jews
and other groups in less civilized
countries. We give of our boun-
ty and extend our sympathy to
those in distress and hope for a
brighter and happier year for
them We. therefore, pray for a
"Happy Year." May Cod grant
it:
Source of all, now that we stand
on th thresh-hold of a New He
hand- outstretched for Thine ben-
eyes are turned to Thee and our
brew YearRosh Hashonahour
eficence. Today. th earth cries
out its distress and sadness.
Throughout the world men are
weary and forlorn with the ever
increasing problems which base*
them. Hunger, sadness, despair
and war stalk through this land
and across the sea. Men are tired
and sad; they are hopel ss and
their cheer is gone Caught in !
the maelstrom of what seems like
an endless sell's of setbacks and
disappointments, our hearts cry
out their suffering"how long.
0 Lord, how long?"
Send us. (1 Cod, an answer
which shall fill our hearts with |
now hope and our frames with
new vigor. Cheer us so that this
despond in which wo are trapped
may give way to the hope and
cheer of a new dawn and a better
day Help us. o God, so that
this New Year into which We en-
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A ROSH HASHONAH OF
LIVING PEOPLE
(BY LASARUS LEHRER)
CONGREGATION B NAI ZIONKEY WEST FLA.
rH/E/H/B/H/H/H/B/H/H/H/H/H/Hn
T first day of the month of
T .- New Year's day for the
pei of l-racl.
Tl i- not a Yew Year's day for
m< ;t commercial people, who
ari terosted only in figures and
in .-. unts. of a people devoted .
to ledger hooks, counting and
bnlar. 'ing their sela'im and de-
This i> a New Year's day,
11: Hashonah), of the People
of : Book, of a spiritual people,
u e and exist upon its Torah
- Faith. This is the Rosh
II;.- all of the Jewish People! [
A Rosh Hashonah of a living
full of vigor and strength,
of .. p ople Who Weep when it
- and who are full of hope
Names and People
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I: ed out to he a place of
.:. for refugees who were
friei ess, and in financial straits.
A- a~ the purpose ,,f the
a as known. Rita lost i"
est Her father did not tell her
that he was one of the contribu-
tors to th club house because he
knew that the idea of self idi-i.i-
ficat n with these unfortunat -
wa- slasteful to his Rita.
Ol night her father came home
for dinner with a hoy of about
h-r ,vn age. With his usua' for-
ma oliteness, her father rie-
sented his companion to Rita Th.'
hoy --.i ike English with a align'
ens 'mt seemed quite at hom.>
in London and interested i: Rita's
'a- ption of the last soan box
orat i she had heard in il> de
Park, of her newest acqiuisitio.l
from the Caledonian market ir.'l
of i matinee performance at
Cov i Garden to which Ri'i Kid
gOI with her sehool mates.
Vt n the youth began to ipcjik
. Germany, Rita immediately
sen.-. I tin' connection between the
slight accent and the situation
which she avoided as completely
a- --ihle.
Tl hoy hoped to go to Anier
i> a i- -non as there was room in
the quota. Rita forgot her an-
noyance because she. too. was
rested in going to America
\\ hi was, after all. her country
even while they weep, of a peo-
ple who ascend and descend, de-
Sc nd and ascend. .
This is a Rosh Hashonah of a
(.'Mat nation, eveilastingly invited
with its Creator, of a nation
which always remembers, with!
emotional yearning, its religious
past, and always prays passion-
ately for its expectant future.
This i< a Rosh Hashonah -if a
Holy I' ople, possessed of a Holy
T rah, a Holy Land, and a Holy
language. "And it shall come to
pass, that he that is left in Zion,
and he that lemaineth in Jeru-
salem, shall he called holy, even
every on that is written among
the living in Jerusalem."
though she had never e>n it.
They began to compare ideas of
the new world and th.' evenil g
lasted no time at all.
Yet. the next morninr had
found Rita wondering again. She
shook it off. She. Rita Bent on,
wa- above ami beyond ail 'hat.
With h r name and her s If .
She was secure. So. she ru.-ht-d
from the house for school with
her usual cockiness.
After the excitement of Muii'ch
Rita's father announced that he
thought a trip to America might
be very pleasant. Rita was de-
lighted and so wrapped up in the
idea that the winter passed with-
out much thought of th 'tutsido
world.
I ast spring they had Bailed
from Cherbourg. There had been .
a bit of a spree in Paris, vis'tit'.g .;.
the little restaurants that she a.id |
her father liked, going to some j
of the small museums a.. wt>l| as j
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the Louvre again. Then, the boat
had been an experience in itself.
New York for a few days had
been exciting and Albany the cap-
ital of the state was aniii:-;r.'
with its old streets and the bus-
tle around capital hill. It renily
seemed American.
When the relatives ana new
People in Albany began t i ink
about the refugee situation or to
discuss Temple affairs, Rit i (hied
away and began to tain ."bout
other things. Hut, it had become
increasingly difficult to "scape
this bogey which seeme l to trail
her around the world.
She was still Rita Betfton. New
York University sounded exciting
and she would not be bound by
the small town social lif which
seemed to be Albany.
So, here she was in New Y il'k,
admitted to the University of h r
choice. There was the q'te1
'Religious affiliation."
There wasn't much time to
waste. The blanks were being
pas-ed out to an endless line of
students. She couldn't occupy this
seat forever. Someona might
come to ask whether there was
a question.
A question there was. Rm it
wasn't the sort of roatin ques-
tion that someone els< could an-
swer,
Hurredly thera flashed through
Rita's mind the problems involv-
ed. She had had > listen t >
some conversation during these
years. She had been unable to
avoid seeing something !' what
the newspapers said Her fa-.h-
did tune in on news broadcasts
(Continued on I'age '22)
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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j PHONE 2-8656
| 1261 S. W. 8th STREET
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
. GREETINGS .
A. PETRI
PAINTER and DECORATOR
v.m Dyke Lincoln Bldg.
PHONE 5-2514
Residence Phone 7-2068
Sincere Wishes To Our Jewish
Friends for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JESSE P. MONTZ
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Have a "MONTZ-BUILT" Home
Phone 5-3368
1121 Sixteenth St.Miami Beach
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
H. H. HAIR, JR.
STATE BEVERAGE
DEPARTMENT
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Pioneers of South Florida'
Real Estate
3242 Charles Avenue
PHONE 4-5664
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A MOST HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1339
NEW YEAR MESSAGE
(BY RABBI DAVID L. ZIELONKA)
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Names and People
Rush Hashonah, which lies just
ahead, marks the turning point
of a century according to the
religious reckoning of our people.
The new century bids fair to be
ushered in during one of the most
trying periods of our entire his-
tory. From one corner of the
earth to another we are persecut-
ed, hated and nialigneed- The
flames of abuse
burr, high in the
minds of count-
less thousands
and the barbs
of slander find
a responsive tar-
get in the hearts
tf the tormen-
ts r> But the ^ A
new century a I- "*^Pr
I finds hopeful
and encouraging
signs through \
the awakening
(f the conscience
of civilization to
the plight of
tr.< Jew and to
the distresses of
liberal men and
women wherever they may reside
Through the dart, clouds there are
i.nmistakable signs of the speedy
reappearance of the sun of
t ntherhood and tolerance.
If there is one single thing that
we Jews should resolve during
this New Year Season, it is the
simple truth that as individuals
we hold the destiny of all Jews.
We may not be our brother's
keeper, but in a very real sertse,
cur actions, our demeanor, our
very 'voices reflect upon all of our
brothers. During times such as
these, it behooves each of us to
think well before acting Wo
must weigh our every thought
and deed in the scales to ascer-
tain whether or not they may
throw off-balance the delicate
weights that determine our des-
tiny.
We have witnessed the passing
of many centuries. Each of them
has seen us liv-
ing in both sha-
(fow and sun-
light. Fach has
found us reaf-
firmed in our
faith. Fach has
seen the myster-
ious hand of
God guiding and
directing us in
His divine way.
Now is the time
tp look ahead
once more to re-
solve the diffi
culties that con-
front US,
May the years
find us bearing
witness to the
the great heritage that is ours.
May each individual Jew so act
that he may reflect only credit
upon all Jews. May we truly
learn the lessons that will bring
poise, dignity and encouragement
to all of us. May this be the be-
ginning of truly good years ahead
I Best Wishes j
For a Happv New Year
Dr. ami Mrs.
t'has. M. Tannenbaum
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j The Bryan Park Pharmacy I
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and she had not been able In s!;if f
her oars with cotton nr little rub-
ber buttons.
Rita knew that some of the
people who hail boerr forced to
leave Germany had Seen is un-
Jewish, so to speak :'- she w is
She knew that they were educat-
smartly dressed and tii.r they had
names as correctly German as
hers was Fnglish or American.
She kne wthat they were 'luc-.t
ed people who wen' a; interested
in art and in the fino "hings ,-f
life as she was. She know that
some of them had bio-, as careful
to avoid Temple as she was. Sl.e
knew that most of nor nssociatis
had been Germans of cultured
type as hers bad ''com English of
the same sort.
"Religious affiliation":
It seemed almost menacing,
staring her in the face. She
could say that she had no relig-
ious affiliations. She had none
True, lier father had always be-
longed to a Temple and had re-
tained membership in the Albany
congregation during all the yvars
that he had been abroad Still.
she. Rita Benton, had never doito
anything about that. She hain't
signified her intention of having
anything to do with ." '" m| V.
What to do? Glanci'iK to ths
left. Rita happened *o make out
the word "democracy" hj part of
the title of a book that wai !> g
on the table next to her neighbor.
As people do when trvine to I --
cape a puzzle, Rita began to think
about the word iiv an 'ill way.
She remembered lvuliiig the
Constitution of the United States
when she had first come lo Amer
ica. After all, one -houlil know
something about the government
under which one lfv< s. And
America was quite as impoi'-ant
as England to her.
In a democracy everyone i-
treated alike Th< girl \t to
her had the same blank to fill out.
Rita knew that. They w?n> hand
ed out to each person who nmi
along the line. No one :i- for -
ing her, as an individual to do
anything,
"Religious affiliation": Jewish.
Rita filled it out rapidly and
went straight down to the bottom
of the card. She couldn't hflVp
said why she did fill the card out
as she did. "Jewish" cerfunly
wasn't an exact answoi to the
question. Hut. somehow, ii-- de-
cided that it belonged there
Walking in Washing! i i .'-, ri
about a week later. Rita Wa
rather amazed at all tlm; h id
happened within a short >p:.re of
t Ime.
She almost pinched hei'St'l Of
all people to meet at New York
University, she had run into Un
German boy who had din-d
th-m in London. He wu enl
ing school too, He had aske I Rita
for a date and she h Id .1
Rita Benton bad agree! ti i
ready to go to Temp En:.
services on Rosh Hashonah.
had agreed to be ready at 9:30
September 14, 1939. She k *
she had Her date booK : i )
What's more. Rita kn w
she would be ready -in I thai -
would enjoy going, Sh iv.u ti|
just Rita Benton bound foi 11
venture. But. she was
with herself and the v i .
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Phone 2-2M3
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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1150 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
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W. KEITH
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District Manager
THE SUN LIFE
ASSURANCE COMPANY'
OF CANADA
I'M Dtil'onl Bl.l
Phone 2-5514
GREETINGS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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3155 S. W. 23rd Street I
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All Grades of
HARDWOOD FLOORING
Furnished. Laid Sanded and
Finished
35 N. E, 26th Street
PHONE 3-4726
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GENERAL AGENT
PHONE 3-3331
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All My Friends and
Patrons
STANLEYS
FOOD MARKET
1678 S. W. 22nd Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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NEW YEAR
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LET US UNLOAD YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEM
246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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OUTBOARD MOTORS, BOATS
Authorited Johnson Dealers Since 1925
841 12 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 28918
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CAUSEWAY
THE SHORTWAY
TO AND FROM
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CORRIGAN, MILLER & COMPANY
INCORPORATED
FLORIDA MUNICIPAL BONDS
Ingraham Buildine Telephone 3 213;
MIAMI. FLORIDA
It is Our Pleasure to Extend tofOur
Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
Sincere Good Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE CITY ICE Hi FUEL GO.
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
S. H. KRESS
& Co.
5-10-25c STORE
East Flagler Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
OFR SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO A I.I. OFR JEWISH ITS-TOMERS
AND EKl ENDS
11'
New York Bread & Cake Co.
GEORGE BFRNEY
MR. Isaac sciim.NiK and FAMILY
-:{ W. Flagler Street
Phone 3-5122
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE WENTY-THRE]
NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
'BY RABBI ADOLPH BURGER)
TAMPA. FLORIDA
At the approach of the New
year our thoughts are not happy,
for the year 5609 was filled with
ill tidings, and shrouded in gloom.
It did not solve any aching prob-
lems, in.;- even ceased. There is
hardly a land in which Jewish
ri)jht- are not called in question.
Never in our chc kered history
was our optimism challenged as
today. We take leave of the past
year without regret.
But what of the New Year
B700 now beginning? That is
th question which presses insis-
tently on us.
The coming year in face of the
terrible calamities that have
overtaken world Jewry, let us
not altogether d -pair, let us not
insi courage and hope.
A wise man once said. "He
who loses wealth loses much; he
who loses a friend loses more:
but he who loses courage loses
all." We have lost a lot hist
year, we have lost some of our
great men. Many of our people
have been rol bed of their posses-
sions and their human rights
But let us not lose courage.
"Hope unto the Lord. He strong
and may thy heart be courageous
and hope unto the Lord
Let us look forward that God
will t I- ss the coming year with
Complete redemption of the House
of Israel.
I wish all my friends and K'lal
Yisroil a Happy and Prosperous
New Year.
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W M BERGMAN. Pre*.
LEO AXLROD. VlcePre*.
HARRY TOREM. Sec.Treat.
Englander-Elliott
Inc.
839 W. Fl.igler St -Phone 3 8800
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AUCTIONEER
Phone 2-2860
Fur mi Auction use tin-
WRIGHT WAY-'
NEW YEARS
GREETINGS
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Company
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
Licensed. Bonded and Insured
801 N. MIAMI AVENUE
I'Hi INK :'.-:"17
11382 N. E. 8th AVENUE
PIP iNK 7.1233
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Jewish National Fund's Tisha
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of Babylon, which is resounding:
to this day: "If I forget thee. O.
Jerusalem, may my right hand in May of this year, as an *
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of Jews in the United States and the new British policy by further
other parts of the world repeated constructive work and ach I /(
the vow shortly before the publi- ment in the upbuilding of th*
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE INN
'Quality Food at Moderate Prices'
335 S. W. 12th Avenue
MISS MEYER FORMERLY OF
THE LITTLE INN
GREETINGS:
Magic City Gun Co.
"MATHIS" THE GUNSMITH
Announcing New Location
7. N. E. FIFTH STREET
PHONE 2.6952
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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1600 N. W. 36th STREET
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN M BURDINE
INSURANCE AGENCY
12 S. E. 1st AVENUE
PHONE 2-5317
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
HAPPY N'KW YEAH
Reillv Tile Co.
BONDED COLLECTION
AGENCY. INC.
1163 N. W. THIRD AVE.
PHONE 3-2813
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"ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS"
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TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY"
301 N. W. 9th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA
PHONE 3-4011
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I- the Sinn iv Wish nf
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1G6 N. W FIFTH ST. PHONE 3-2270
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE TO MY
FELLOW CONGREGANTS
(BY RABBI ALEXANDER S. KLEINFELD)
CONGREGATION B NAI ISRAELST PETERSBURG, FLA.
"Israel's Eternal Call"
"I heard the voice of the Lord
saying, Whom shall I imd, and
who will go with us? Then said
I. 'Here am I: sen dme\"Isaiah
Chapter VI VIII.
\\ ; ievi reads this ch ipter
ightfully, will find words thai
burn with ;i zeal to carry him
- stibly in the fiirht of
prophi '- spirit and will gain
- jht into the
of n
Thesi i ds have an evei
t; al applicability, not alone in
the days of Isaiah, but i ti every
heal i fod's i all f ir
Hi- engers for rvica and
duty.
The more a man strays from
G I and His people, the harder it
i- to find the right road back-
ward The doors of a now year
is n iw open to the "Sons of is.
ral" calling to us to be living-
witnesses to the vitality of Is-
rael's Strength and Israel's faith.
Let us heed the call of Israel's
prophets:
We need man) a noble soul
To accomplish the needed goal
Loyal men. faithful women,
hold and see
We shall not wait, "Here am 1. i
s. nd mo."
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grre program is an active one, r"
adjusting; the immigrant house-
wife to the American way, teach-
ing English tii the adult making
them conscious of their plai e in
our local community, teaching
them I o aci >pt our city as their
"new homo."
Another service of work that
M iami Secti m does, i .
scholarships to those young -' i-
dents living in Miami who sti
for a higher educat or and whose
parents may not 1> in a pos I n
to afford their childi this
cr education.
Th>' Jewish woman'- ;>!.i c in
the woild scene of today is unique
and forging forward because of
her understand ng of what it
means and huw much can be
gained to live in a Democratic
form of Government as our Unit-
ed States permits us to. Miami
Section memb rs thankful for be-
ing either American horn or
naturalized Americans taking ac-
tive part in all Americanization
programs, feeling the need of
spreading the propaganda of
goodwill, brotherly love an<
Ameri anism.
I et us hope that in the coming
year 5700 that the cycle of hat-
rod, \ Icious propaganda .and per-
secution of .ill classes will l>e
eradicated That tin1 women of
the world will in their efforts of
kindliness and social being forge
ahead to a higher level of happi'
i.vss for all mankind.
Youth Makes
Happiness Accessible
11 on i in u I'd from Page ">)
of Judaii i ami humanitarianism
By building a Community Center,
we will instill in our youth a
cr ative pride in their American
and .Jewish heritage which is per-
haps the paramount task of Jew-
ish leadership today. By so do-
ing, We will be aide to say with
all truth that: "Youth makes
Happiness An essible
We are not naive enough to be-
lieve that the building of a Jew-
ish Community Center in Miami
is a simple task, nor are we pes
simistic enough to believe that
is impossible. It will be hastened
only by the enthusiasm, coopera-
tion, and interest and a unite I
front of the Jewish people the
selves It must come basically
from a vital urge within the Jew-
ish Community itself.
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FFJDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
WATCHMAN, WHAT OP THE NIGHT
(BY RABBI SIDNEY M. BOGNER)
TEMPLE ISRAEL-DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
ISAIAH 21:11
Ia1 red ir.' their Houses of
Worn) \ Jews throughout th<
are assembled to usher in
tht New Ytar. In prayer anil in
pra.--. in meditation and in re-
pents do th.y lift their voices
t' thi \\ iler on High before whom
thi eds pa-s in judgment,
l praying penitent. The
to this service is the blow-
ing f :he ram's horn, the sobbing
SI arousing the Jewish soul.
a- : bugle arouses the soldier.
to :'- luty. Just as the wateh-
m ." takes his cue to stand guard,
every Jewish soul pre-
-lf On this day to mount
i fore thi world and as-
responsibilities collec-
t i'. w ith it- kindn d souls, to
atch o\ er and guard thos i
ions plaeed in its trust.
thos leals which have given
hearl d direction to the pro-
p: f civilization.
:'. Hashana come? to us,
th- ..- a day set aside for this
imp tant and holy duty. The
Ra belief in Israel's election
.-.- 1 watchmen, termed by
th- Ra bis as th.' "Chosen Peo-
ple" finds its clearest expression
in rayer as follows: "Thou
hasl losen us from all peoples.
th. ast loved us and taken
in us, and hast exalted
us .i all tongues, thou hast
pan tified us by Thy command-
menu and brought us near Thy
servi O our King, thou hast
- by Thy great and holy
nai ."
Wi find that this prayer has
dations in Biblical verse.
"I the Lord had a delight in
thj fathers to love them, and He
their seed after them, even
yi ..- it is this dayDeut 10-
1" "For thou art a holy people
unfc the Lord thy Cod. and the
L ath chosen thee to be His
owr treasure out of all the peo-
pl< hat are OH the face of the
woi 'Deut. 14-2. "For the
1 iaketh pleasure in His peo-
ple, H< adometh the humble with
salval .."Psalm 14'.-2. This
id. ;. f God's love for Israel and
Hi> etion of them as His ser-
vant- and guardians of His word.
has conditioned and shaped Jew-
ish thought and action through-
out the centuries. Israel has of-
ten been called a peculiar people,
peculiar in the sense that it never
v ohited the trust placed in, al-
though the alternative often held
out the tempting lure of a life of
ease and mundane happiness.
Oftimes their steadfastness caus-
ed them untold of hardships. But
they remained ever loyal to the
holy mission intrusted to them.
They 't pt the flag of humanity
waving i the thickness of the
battle.
Th belief in the election of
Israel rests on the conviction that
the Jewish people have a certain
superiority over the peoples of
the earth in being qualified to
(Continued on Page '*' t
selves in Italy. The results of'
this expedition are very problem-
atic- The Jews of Italian an-
cestry consider themselves the
only pure Italians and don't want
to mingle with the people now
living in Ufciy, who are largely
descendants of the German invad-
ers who ov insula ninety and a hundred years
ago. The latest flash from the
U. S. S. It tells of a new purge
there The rult r of the Soviet
Union declares that, the Comnuin.
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ist State being in a state of tran-
sition, drastic measures must be
taken. : (halm. Inc.. the inter-
nationally famous pharmaceutical
concern has gone into bankruptcy
. Their well-known patent
medicine. Chaim, the regular use
of which assures eternal life, and
whi.h sold like hot cakes ten
years ago. has grown wry un-
>jpular sir.Ve people discovered
that its claims are true and that
they cannot die as long as they
take it. Th<- only regular cus-
tomer of Chaim in the last f w
months has been I.eon Trotsky,
who started taking the first crud.
product, developed by the grand-
son of the inv ntor of the per
fected medicine, almost a century
ago. Scientists are wonder-
ing how long Trotzkywhose new
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
5700
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Continued from Page 4) j BRING
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And here we are in the your*
5800. The Italian government
has sent out a flotilla of passen-
ger ships which will call at the
various Mediterranean ports
pleading with the Jewish commu-
nities there to persuade some of
their members to establish them-
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the imminent downfall of the
present regime in the Soviet Un-
ionwill continue to live when
his supply of Chaim is exhaust-
ed Perhaps the biggest news
of the year, however, is that Of
the monument which has just
been erected to Phineas J. Biron,
th immortal columnist, who died
bad; in 1955- .. At the base of
the imposing column stands th**
ins,ii;ition "He knew the world."
Dr. Abraham
Wolf son
The Spinoza
Group
Miami Beach, Florida
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1339
Watchman, What
Of the Night
(Continued f n im Page 2.">)
.< rve as th<- messenger of relig-
ious truth and to champion its
cause. But how has Israel been
ailed for a great mission and :
to be a Jew is not to live a life of the teachings of centuries in one and clings to its manifest destiny our Strength and courage laj
ease. On the contrary, it means or in a hundred generations To of being a priestly people, is it t.> go forth in the Lord's N ime.
a trusting hrinanity may gaze self-renunciation and denial. The well protected against it's ene- Let us reimplement Jewish life
and behold the lefty and noble Jew deceives himself who be- mies. For centuries, through by a renewal of Jewish h ipe,
precepts pr served by him. That lieves that by gratifying his own massacre, inquisition, exile and ideals and practice by a ?timu-
Israel, in the past has fulfilled desires, even when they sharply concentration camp, Israel main- lated and inspired inter in
her obligation to humanity can conflict with Jewish ideals. he tained it's faith in the eventual Jewish institutions, and bj the
be readily seen that the civiliza r mains a true Jew. That Jew trjumph (if God.g Word serving resumption of our duties as G .-
tion of the Western world has who believes that it is sufficient
been largely influenced by Jewish merely to attend service when "" :","1 bu*>er wit* e| ct the watchmen of Hi- V. rd.
thought, through the channels of there are no Other activities tak- wj* to 7 "! M"y th<' b,e8"ln*a "f 'h' N
peculiar in this sense. Rometo its daughter religionsChristian- ing place, or who does attend ser- 'lls "dversaries. The wounds .if V|,ar ,lt, UJ)((n ug| ouf n( a
spread it's message of "peace" ity and Mohammedanism. That vies and prays with his lips ami >"1'1 were quickly h";'l,li bv (j .. ,,,. frjeds and m
and law. Greeceto disseminate there are certain forces fighting not with his heart, but who deems Ml> ""i"11""''1'1'' will to survive
the knowledge and the power of against Judaism today is nothing himself a paragon of Jewish liv- aml <" survive as a Jew.. He was "" nonje* aiiKe, .,.
th. esthetic in life. V-1 we can- else that a revolt against those ing and a true Jew is in error. always r,';"'-v "' ,:,k" UD ,,ls ,h"-v f'"' life i""1 for peaceAm.
not speak of them in the sam ideals which have contributed nd preach the word of God even
way as we do of Israel's election, greatly to the acquisition's of all T......ft have we fall,n as,eeP whlle he *'aa bein drive" from
Israel felt the election consciously that has been progressive in th "" the wauh and have a,,"w"'1 country to country. Israel's fi-
progre
even early in its history, realiz- past twenty centuries.
ing it's task the moment it realiz
the ordinary pleasures of I i ft- to del ity to his ereed has brought
lure us away from our place of attention to it and it's simple
beauty has been BCCOI
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II.M'I'V NEW VEAII
The blowing of the Shofar
serves to remind us of the duties
we must once more assume, As
of old, when it was blown, the
h >sts of Israel journey d forth to
work for the I ord, so do we renew
1 the grandeur of its possession. Thl' reason fl"' ,nis revolt worship. Moreover, we have in-
Israel was not to enjoy the com- ,h'' f:u: ,h'" tne "watchman" troduced foreign ehments into spread homage throughout th
forts of the superior nation, su- h:is fall,'n asleep at his post, the stream of Jewish life in an civilized world.
perior physically, but had to as- Whel ',-'K,,i- aa ,h prophet of attei..... ek an easy way out
sum,- a grave duty and responsi- 0,<1, "Watchman, what of the of assuming and fulfilling our
bility They were to become a ,:'i-r,lt- ur outlook is very dark duties .-.- Jews, Thei is no short
kingdom of priests and a holy indeed". And truly the outlook it 1 su essfu --. living,
people. Ir tne '' u :" verv dark, perhai u ..-. pular
the darkest in his long and dark lew f T
However, Israel, although ac- history Truly, we hav< s not suff ent, w.
quiring a mission, did not estab- lulled into a sleepj u hav. f, f Jew
lish missions in the accepted unwillingness I prepar. titl< of
a nse, nor did it send forth mis- selves for :;-. tasks and -
sionaries to teach the unbeliev- sibiliti.s whi h ..--.
er. Israel was content to con-- ,.,; as ., "Chosei Pe pie-" Then it i pon Jewis
crate every Jew as a priest who my wl -..
was bound to teach by his own that we must suffer for an l.ss I*
Ham less life serving as the ex- grateful humanity and a epl th against il forces wl
ample His role as watchman of philosophy of force and tve placed 1 ti isl is i
Jewish ideals demanded that they Bui for the Jew this must nevei i achings. As I
be carried out faithfully so that take pla e, nor can he throw off : ng as Israel ren lins steadfast
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE TWENTY-SESVEN
Our Duty
An Achievement
of 5699
with
duals
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have
in
We Jews ;i- indivi-
our own homes; we
our organizational and
A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE FROM R. R ADLER
Before every Jewish Holy Day,
and particularly the Hijrii Holy
Days of Rosh Hashonah and Yom
Kippur, it has been the custom of
Jewish Womarfh.....I. from time
immemorial, to take stock of her
househol I domain. In Jewish
homes, fresh curtains arc hung,
f i i ; scrupulously scrubbed, and
the innermost recesses of closets
and pantries know the cleansing
probe of soap, water and broom.
The Jewess clear;- house,
In the? mblous times of
persi ution and !-1 tr ily said thai "I I Jew i -
ir.dor '" held by the
,. \ i while we deci y
the frequi I I criticisms
|i i f>u prtheless it
11 hoo> c- -. n I'. pic, to emu-
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our race, I .el us, as ,1 ws,
- ',.." I e| ::-. ..- Jew -. '
Many n tai i appi ar in the
I ress, of unpli isanl pru
-. hii h the nami of I
: i rs ii are | rominently fe&-
This must not be. On:1
pic are known for their in-
telligence, their ability in busi-
ness, their aptitude in trad"- nnd
professions. For our own sakes
individually, and for the sake of
i.- all, we must use those quali-
ties in a manner worthy of our
.' ,-hne-s. We can and must
do that if we are to win and
maintain the respe '1 of the rest
of the world, as well as our own
self-respect as a People.
Nor may we be too smug when
we r ad in the press about in-
stances in communities in dis-
tant places. It i- incumbent upon
IIS, in Miami as well as other
fleet no discredit upon our bre h-
cities, to so guard our actions,
conduct and ethic-, that we re-
en. For everything; that we, >-
Jews, do individually, is held ti|>
in-fore the Gentile world as the
product of Judaism as a whole
At this time, also, it is my
Hailed as perhaps the most note-
worthy action of the American
Jewi-h community in the year
5C.Hi is the erect on of the Pales-
cater to their own guests, making tine Pavilion at tli New York
our organizations wait until the World's Fair. In the record we
regular dinner hour has pased s,:|ii today of event- and achieve
before allowing us to proce meiv.s in the past twelve month
which sinister forces are leveling
against our people even in free
America today.
The wholehearted support which
this Pavilion has received from
all sections of American' Jewry
prove- that differences in affilia-
tion are no d terreiit to \inited
effort in behalf of a great in-
strument of enlightenment. How
deep this unity i- was shown on
the oca-ion of the d dication of
the Pavilion, which brought out
St. Petersburg
Notes
Rabbi Kleinfeld will delivi r a
series of sermon- during the hol-
iday- on the subject "Religion in
Action."
communal work, should likewise
have a communal home, and I
think there is nothing more ne
essary in this community, at this
time, than our joint conci ntia-
tioiv for plan- along: these lin -
In closing, I ml greetings am!
best wishes for a happy and
fruitful Now Yeai to Miami Jew
iy and to ..'ii brethren every-
wli re.
that bef wn of an-
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ha\ o a Jew i-ii communal home
where we may hold our meetini -
affairs,....... tton
How often ha\ v exper
the inc invenieni e of holding; hin-
in hot Is which must first
JTHE GOLDSTROMJ
this < xhil it stands out as a
unique, highly successful endeavor
t present to the general American
public an accurate picture of the
Jewish work and aim- in the Holy
Land.
'i ened at the time wh n the
British White Paper of last May-
placed the future of the Jewish
Hoin land in jeopardy, the Pa'
- served to bring; bom,- ..
a th justice of the Jew ish
Palestini Grapl
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this exl I ha pro.
vid.d the i needed to i
. orld of th<
j of Ji w- Bearii witi..... '
the triu natun f Jev
live fa tor, th Pali
P .....Mtly refutes the
; ii i hai gi of purasil i
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largest assembly of Jews in
the histoiy of this country and
set an as yet unbroken record for
full-rat paid admissions to the
Fair. In this com i
credit is due to Mey r W. Weisgal,
director of the Pavilion, wh is
lonj* career ..f -i r. ice to Jev
auses has culminated in the 11
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gregation. the I' i admii itra
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siderable inciease in .-alary.
of inp i por-
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in Pali quarter
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 15, 1939

SERVICES ANNOUNCED
Final preparations have been
made to condu t impressive Fnc-
lish and Hebrew Services during
Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur
at Congregation Ohev Shalom.
Rabbi Skop and Rev. Leshiitsky
have arranged the services to ap-
peal to every Jew. This year will
mark the harmonious fusion of
the ancient Hebrew prayers with
ii modern English interpretation.
The schedule is as follows:
New Year (Rosh Hashonah)
Wednesday- September 13th.
7:no P. M. Sermon by Rabbi skop.
Thursday- September 14th. 7:00
A. M. Morning Service in He-
brew; 0:30 A. M. Reading of the
Law; 10:15 A M. English Ser-
vice; 11:00 A M. Sermon: "Self
Analysis"; 11:80 A. M. Shofar
Service; 12:00 to 1:00 P. M. Clos-
ing Service with Choir.
Friday September l">th. same
as Thursday.
Yam Kippur (Day of Atonement)
Friday, September 22nd. fi:00
P M Kol NidreSermon
Saturday. September 23rd. 7:00
A M. Horning Service In Hebrew
0:30 A M. Reading of the Law;
10:16 A M. Serin.in: "Stirrinr or
Drifting?"; 11:30 A M. Yiikor
memorial) service: 1:00 l* M.
English Readings; ":00 T\ M.
Closing Serviie: 6:00 P M. Sho-
far.
CHILDREN'S SERVICES
ANNOUCED
Thursday, September 14t n.
11:00 A. M.
Saturday. Septeml..... 23rd 11:00
A. M and 2:00 P. M.
TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE
By ruling of the Congre.a1 n
Board of Direi tors e i h i< kct
will cost ten dollars. T;;i- amount
can be applied on Membership in
the synagogue and 'mmunity
All members in good standing
will receive two tickets free.
Tickets may be prorured from
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GIFTS TO SYNAGOGUE
During the High Hoiy Day
Services this year a numi>er of
I eautiful sifts will be announced
for the synagogue. The*a pre-
sentations will be made by *I >.
and Mrs. Joe Ottenberg. Mr. and
I. X. Burman. Mrs- Meo s of
Winter Park and other-. Should
you desire to honor 8 ''< 1 one
with a fitting memorial or cele-
brate a happy event there is no
more fitting way than to pn *en'
a cift to our synagogue. Rabbi
Skop has a number of sug?i R-
tions The finest and most lust-
ing tribute is a memento in the
House of Prayer. Stud;- -i-.1 As-
sembly.
WELCOME BACK
The community welcomes back
its membership after a summer
of travelling! sightseeing, rest
and recreation- It is impossible
to list every name but the com-.
munity is happy that Rash lla-h
onah will find everyone back
home ready for another eventful
year. We must however >ay
heartfelt Maze! Tov t--> the fol-
lowing- |
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mellcw
upon their marriage-
Mr. Morris Wittenstsin upon
his fine recovery
SUNDAY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
OPENS
The School Hoard announces
first day of registration for Sun-
day Religious Scho >1 is Sunday.
September 24th. All new p i; ;!-
must come accompanied with par-
ent- The usual Si.on registration
fee to cover material and hooks
will be required- Rabbi Skop an-
nounces a fine faculty, most of
whom will be college graduates.
upon the birth of a son.
Mr. and Mrs Teddy Woinrot'n
upon the birth of a son.
Mr and Mrs. William Liebcr-
man upon their marriage-
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney F-i'u-r
upon their marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sternbcrg
upon their marriage.
Mr. an,| Mrs Simon Kessier
upon birth of a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton XalVr
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HIGH HOLY MAYS
Rosh Hashono services will be
h.-ld in both our new Synagogue
Building and the Talmud Torah
building on Wednesday and Thurs-
day ev nines at 6:45 i> in Services
will begin al 8:30 a.m. in the syn-
agogue building and at B:00 a.m. in
the Talmud Torah building <>n
Thursday and Friday.
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach the
first day of Rosh Hashono on "The
Easy Way" in the synag iRue
building, and "Human Valu -" in
the Talmud Torah Building. Friday
morning he "ill preach on "Sign
Post Patents" in the Synagogue
build'ng and on "The Voice of
G-d" in the Talmud Torah Build-
ing.
Cantor Maurice Mamches and a
choir of six blended voices will
chant th services in the hew
synagogue building. Assisting >"
both buildings will be Messrs.
Goldin, Guttman, Shapiro and
Hochberg We urge parents to
bring children to all services.
Religious School Registration
Registration of children for
attendance in our daily sessions
and the Sunday sessions of our
Religious School will continue each
w ek day aftern i in. The final day
for registration i- Sunday morn-
ing, October 8th Every child, new
or olii student, must register by
that date.
A splendid iff f teai hers is
1> ing engaged for th year's ies-
sions- A stiff...... of : iteriala
for each individual student will
remain our standard We ask par
ents' cooperat ii reg stering
their childr -' larliest op-
portunity
SHABBOS 1SHI YA
Regular S ibl ith will be
held Friday evening, September
loth, and Satur lay tew >r
16th. The Rabbi w !| preai h on
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
RING OUT THE CENTURY
A REVIEW OF A CRITICAL HUNDREDTH YEAR IN
JEWISH LIFE
BY LEONARD E. ROSCH)
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
The Jews
in the threshold
A Review of a C'ritcal Hundredth
rr In Jew ish Life
(BY IKON AIM) E. ROSCH)
This Rosh Hash inah begins
I only a New Year lut a new
in:nry in Jewish life. From
i al i post of (he new year
rTOO, the writ r survey-; a mo-
i ntoiis t elve months in Jew-
- story.
THE EDITOR,
i li i hund i ed years ago Hush
. honah. "' W the year 1839 in
c-omm in i alendar found
orld Jewry looking; forward
burst z ho**e to an era of
aneinat'on nnd enlightenment,
' than a decade before France
officially recoirn'zed Judaism
;- a religion, A liberal national*
ism was stirring in Europe which
is to b- ins i mancioation of the
Ji u- in Austria in 1886, in Hun-
, and ltal> in 1870 and in the
(i rman Emnire in 1871.
All o-er th<.....itinent ghetto
walls wen' crumbling and the
lews, imorisoned for centuries,
en look ins out eagerly into a
strange and fascinatine world. In
five years the f'rst Reform Rab-
ical Conference to be held.
Ni w movements Haskalah and
r<"i-orthdoxy were beginning to
take hold. It was the ero of
Moses Mendelssohn. Adolph Cre-
i\ and Isaai H.iit I.evinson
The term "anti-S mitism" had
v.- bi en invented. The word
"Zionism" still rema'ned to be
coined. "Socialism" was not to
bawl it- biith cry for another nine
; i ars.
Kuro- in a ferment of I
tionalism and enl'irhtenment.
Amelia pushing; out her fron-
tiers, was : ex itin Rosh
I'a-hoi ah. T h e pendulum of
Jewish history was in the firsl
hasc f an ui avd swing- It
was a new year of new hop .
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ber, 1930 finds the pendulum
swinging backward to reaction.
Throughout the world the forces
of liberalism are retreating and
brutality is in the ascendant.
Democracy is on the defensive; i. f,. th historian to
fascism and Nazismwords un-
known a hundred years ag I are
lendii e their sway
Enlight nnn-iit has passed its
zen th and civilization is sweeping
backward a century, and maybe
more. Harriers against Jews are
mounting again. Ghettos with
invisible walls, in some ways arc
more brutal than the tangibl'
walls of the Middle Aires, are be-
ing formed in Europe, Bigotry
a en i.st the Jew has been raised
to the dignity of an id ology.
"anti-Semitism,'* based on a pseu-
do-scientifi.' racial principle. A
new people of refugees has been
creal d, driven through a hostile
world whose senses have been
numbed by repeated acts of bar-
l>ar -111.
A Jewish homeland in Pales-
tine has loom d on the horizon
and his begun to dim, like a cruel
mirage.
of a new century. It is a time
which, as Dr. Nahum Goldmann
t-ild the recent Zionist Cot gri
in (\i neva, is "the mosl r volu-
t onary. turbulent and cruel ever
known in the histo*y of mankind."
No on* ear car,' lie torn from
the context of its pre eding and
nsuing years. But this New
Year seems nerhans 1.....aui oni
is so close to it to mark the end
of one of the most hectic twelve-
months In r cent history. Wheth-
the dire trends that the past
,..,. An sav: one
fervently h es not. Not all is
H s"nir. The nnd of the year saw
the democracies trvins? to force
i fr 'lit ti save civilization. Amid
th" ---a of p .-1'ii.o' th"re remair:-
e I islands of I'beralism.
In t'-:s new rentu1 y. whii h
fore s will wii.-'.' It would be fu-
tile to nrophesy. One ran only
siimmnr'xe the events of the rtasl
year and let them indicate their
own c -nsei|u nces.
Central Europe
The liquidation of the Jew i F
Germanv was nusheel relentlessly
ai;l with gnther'mt speed during
the nast year. A huge pogrom
was staged in the Reich last No-
vember, after a .Jewish youth had
-lai" a German Embassy official
in I'ari-. It was a wave of ex-
cesses, deliberat' ly unleashed by
the Nazi regime, such as the
world lad rarely seen Arson, ar.
rests, torture anil looting Were
thi der of the day. The pogrom
was followed by a billion-mark
fine and the issuance of dc re -
which strioped the Jewish popu-
lation of its right to make a liv-
ing, leaving it with the alterna
lives of emigrating or starving.
The xpansion of Hitler's Reich
brought with it an extension of
anti-Semitism. I.a. September,
Germany annexed the Sudeten-
land tei it ry of Czechoslovak a
anil th Jews in the reg
their brethren in Old German}
in suffering persecution- In(
Mar.h, the Czechoslovakinr. Ri
public was destroyed. A "pro-
tectorate" was establish d B
hernia M. ravin w het
effort were made t >
the Nazi system of anti- Sen
. h w \ c r. met with dogsrt 'I
n istance on the part of the
Czechs. In Slovakia, also under
Hitler's domination and more sus.
ceptiHe to anti-Semitism, legis-
lation against th- .lew- was issu-
ed and frequent pogroms occur-
red. The Nazis occupal on of
Memel was followed ley an exodus
of the .lews living there At this
writing Germany is demanding
Danzig, From the Jewish point
m outnucd on Page 301
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1933
20 year.*the pledge to facilitate Jewish feeling I '. jtrongest hold Friends of Demon Cat
RING CUT THE CENTURY
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of vi w the Free 'ity is already
' Id, m attei led in
th ir si kness and, worst of all,
the Re h since arrti-Sem- h meless i nd unwanted.
restri tions have long i
l .'ii introduced.
Va ;. result of Nazi
H gary issued
The world was not entirely pas:
s; mpathy. The United Stati Ii
in the pr test against German
;> ressi in. Pi esid nt Roi -
nti-Jewish law which last November broke diplomatic
I Jews to quotas ranging: pre edent bj issuing a stati
six and twelve per cent denoui ng the Naz gr ms as
I a reversion to the Middl V
ral life. \ S mil action and he was joined by the public
taken nat ms in at large in the Unite I Stati -.
Berth Rngland and othi r countries Se -
Italy retary of interior Harold Ick s
of official mned the Nazi op|
-,; in ttaly was entirely sion, ii a the United Si
nt of the past year. a diplon atii with Ber
i last November leading fig- |jn which resulted in mutual re-
es, fiom Premier Benito Mus- .,;! of ambassadors and a
establishment > a Jewish home-
land in Palestine. Instead, she
planned to crystallize :h .lews as
a one-third minority withii
"indepi ndei I" (meaning Arab i
First there were the
th Aiab.a and Jews in
i at finding: an ami-
ition of the A i
The confi
failed, eupon Britaii i
Whit Pap r ai
establish
state withii '" years, ;f nossi-
e, and ,1 inigra-
aftei Fivi years. Th< Ji v -
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ga I n led Bi i t a in t o
prohi1 it Jewish in Poi
six mo 0,'i
Bui he Jew i ontinui I
Brit While extra-q iota ent
1 tinued. t
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Vugusi to map a :
among i grou] C I thol s who olic Committee Against Vi
listened to th>' radio fulminati rw Semitism, whi h fought
of Father Charles K. Coughlin as an attack on ii mocracy.
f >rmed uch itions as
th.
Dies
the "Christian Front." w hich >vas
nsibl for
lencc in New York and thi i
ties, i 'ther
Semitism, ex|
Commit) e. wei
Van Horn Moseley. re-
ties of the
i;. \ i i B ind.
' a "
he grow-
not
tat.", i' Vnti-Si
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\ and Nat rial t"
iting Committ > for Ref -
(which was reorganized as
nal Refug s
solini down, hail been n in state D nartment statement
ition i>f racial princi- \ng Up Ickes.
pies. But I] Duce was for eil to
way to his axis partner. Last
November an "aryan" theory was
promulgated for Italy, which was
sc.nn followed by concrete meas-
ur against the Jewa. They were
ousted from professions and Gov-
ernment employ, restricted in
ess and social lif.\ anil the
expulsion of all foreign -lews was
d Arti-S mitism was for
eign to the Italian people, where
ba"k the Btil
Th ri w is no i essat I u "nj
Seeking to cope with the refu- ': -' '>< v' v'
gee problem, the Intergovernmen- Palestine, h the back 'f
tal Refugee Committee, formed V:1' r:bellion was :> '
on Pre? Ii nt Roosevelt's initia- have ; broken,
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did not succeed in striking root in
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Refugees
The problem of refugees rea h-
ted gravity. Refu-
g -; is plied the seas seeking
havens for their passengers. The
incident of the G rman liner St.
Louis, it- passengers barred ft
Cuba for which they had n
landing permits, was only i ne
numei es. (' immunit ies ,
l et als i sprang up in the J
man's-land" on several *
i pe's frontier- Jew t.
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FFTDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THIRTY ONE
THE REFUGEE PROBLEM
A COMPLETE RESUME OF THE BIGGEST STORY OF THE
YEAR!
(BY NATHAN C. BELTH)
S era in history has surpaa-
prop >rtion and pathos
. image "f Jews
i leave their nntive
and -i By foot, "ii land, across
en id unknown destina-
i -. .: '! across the
:' id.- (u'li homeless,
-. d, desl itute. Through
,' arrangements with the
I of tl American Jew
-i 'i, :i Bi ok," s.. en Arl -
to thi' readers of 1
.!, loi lian, this rompre-
aut | tur? of
v. i Id catastrophe.
THE EDITOR.
\ -,. i i idvent of the
nc has I. en as cruel
or .- disi oui agii g for German
:' a- the twel\e months i -
tl e Intel uo\ nvmental Ref-
i .I', i ni a< E an, France
on .1 11) '. ISI38 and the
. ng of the p rmanenl com-
ji'I -;j hy til,- Evian con-
n Londoi on July 19,
i i-' iai coi t'' v. :i .- brought
h it hi| that th demo-
itiors nf I he world were
ready to take the firsl
stops toward a permanenl
f thi r< fugi problem.
in mths that f Mowed, how
oi ly graver politi-
, .I. r burdens up-
philanthropic orgawizal
ap i in refugee work, unusual
- ,,f human

i yeai's .1"-'- a note
' i ipc was again struck, f r a'
London cor.'ference of July If.
'. the British Hum rnment e*
i --,.1 the view, whi li had
by those engaged in
U work, that ili<- problem
:. if th.- financing of
il |eft t private inl-
ai ii Britain annoui -
to 'I scum with
dcmoc.atic governments
for granting governmental
fir.-.imial assistance towards a
ermanent s ilution t th refugee
.li in.
In til. twelve months etween
- two meetings th.- plight of
- from i;. rmany was
entvate.l and Ira it &ei
i 11. nan annexation "f
matic language, rationalist il its
position. But th.- conference did
express the determination -if the
demo ratio nations to find some
foi i ila for th.- humane soluti in
w iuld be given that "normal"
lieatment would be accorded Jews
while still residing in the Rei< h.
Th.- committee named G<
Rublee, an American, and a lose
P idetenland in S ptember 1988
ar.d the subsequent further dis-
memberment nf Czechoslovakia;
the mass expulsion of Jews nf
P lish origin from Germany to
1 :n October; the pogi mi
hout Germany in Novem-
b( r a a result of the shooting
nf a German embassy official in
a i mpanying pun-
govei tal act ion; the
ring of -l.-ws from
- ;, i- territories that _
ime under ierman -;
tion of refugi e "no-man's-
losing of the gates
f r ne ( ef ..- ai d oth. r
n; the estigal n of
il projects, ii"'
B : -h Guiana; the mass
Iren; the
in | nl f the S. S. St. 1 oui
loads of
finally
f a "m
t i in'- :""'
J from
th Re
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ilar backs
fforl
an 1 pri-
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of th- refugee problem and to frknd f President Roosevelt
establsh the necessary machinery director of the permanent burei i
i achieve that end. The concrete and set for him the task of
achievement of the conf rence taining from the R. i<
cas the establishment "f a per
mai.i-ni Intergovernmental Rel
gee i '"ii' aitt ( with headquarters
in I ondon. A less tangible, Imt
illj tant achievement, is
impl'cil in the establishmenl '
tl lv nanenl t'ommitte : the
nations had come i"
th- c. that the refugee
loi ger a pi ohlcin
f pri rate philantl orgi
but I it is to
- li v '. lihoi al go' en
tak. lead'ni roll
on.
Th<- t t meetii f the <
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fi. ai th l!'-: as
grant
t of
sary agreement thai I 1 ad
t i an rdi rly, aiceli ati
li mi program from Gel
safely for ;h'^-'- poti ':' ial
, would he '
G :
me. The diff iltii
-c' M !: v
II effort" to lei
unwilling
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE REFUGEE PROBLEM
Continued from Page 31) Polish Government requiring Pol-
en the other, by now and violently ish citizens resident abroad '"
repressive measures taken by the obtain renewal of their passports
-N.i :is agaii st the .lows in ir r-
many.
'l'lv. ;e measures resulted i n
. for the first time
the World War. the term
i o-man's-la id" was heard .-'
in Euro] ly now it ha
even more cruel me
Not battlef i ':- were these now
tai 's-lands", but
f ten tory b >i > rii _
i o intries, often
n thing in an open field
or a dit h, Not soldiers were
nhabitants, but helpless,
able fug< I--, men, women
and children, whom no land would
admitblazing indictments of the
brutal lengths to which anti-Sem.
it ism could go Tho first of these
"no-man's-lands" was an old ver-
min-infested barge anchored i
by October '-".'. The deer e would
have denationalized thousands of
Polish Jews in Germany with a
lame group of "stat less" .lew-.
Without warning or explana-
"!.' the night of <>,! her 28,
thousands of .lews throughout
Germany were roused from beds,
many permitted to take nothing
m ire than th i lothes they wore,
hoard snecial sealed
and buses and taken t i the bor-
der where thev were forced out
over th frontier. Many of
the dep irtees, although Polish
national-, had Keen li\ inir in Ger-
man] more than twenty year-.
some of them weii> vet! 1 orn in
Germany and were Polish nation-
als de jure only.
The greatest concentration of
these unfortunates was near the
th Danube near tho Hungarian little town of Zbasyzn. Overnight
shore. On it were some 80odd jts population of ."..000 was liter-
Austrian refugees, ranging from B|iy doubled. Refugees slept in
children to old folk, who had been the Streets, in open fields, in tents
expelled from Burgenland. and in abandoned stables. Simi-
Perhaps, in a tru r sense, the |ar .,,,.,. ,(, conditions wear N -
first no-man's-lands were on ' n;,n. Ledz., Lwow, Cracow and
borders of dismembered Czecho- j border towns. Th> situation was
sJovakia With the frontiers un- unprecedented, the hysteria gen-
determined for -,'iks, groups of era!. The very barest necessities
Jewish refugees, large and small. 0f life were not available. Within
Were shuttled hack and forth in twenty-four hours, however, offi-
Bl inhuman came. One croup of ,.:.,]s of fn0 Am rican Jewish Joint
rose t" heroic heights and in
ial campaigns raised 2,......,000
(ab il $400,000) for the
aid of the deportees. Appr \:
maiely 13,500 deportees were reg-
istered by the relief committees.
and as the year drew to a clOS
nearly 11,000 -till required direct
relief, although some had been
permitted to enter the interior of
Poland and -onie other-, as a re-
sult of Polish-German nej
. had been permitted to re-
turn to Germany for short periods
|Uidat tluir property.
The shock of the Polish bi
:ts had hardly sub
when the world was horrified by
an event even m ire outragi
n a-- i' igioms throughout 'I -
many. The pretext for these po-
groms was grounded in the events
on the polish b irder. Among the
thousand- of .lews at the Zbaszyn
camp wre a couple named Grytl-
szpan To their son, seventeen-
year-old Herschel Grynszpan, re-
siding with relatives in Paris,
they sent a postcard telling of
th ir plight. On November s. the
youth walked into the German
Embassy in Paris anil shot down
Ernst vom Rath, tho third secre-
tary of th,. embassy. The death
of vom Rath two days later was
th,- sicnal for nationwide riots
+
800 spent eks in zero weather
in an open field between Misch-
I Vusti -. and Brat
Other no-man's-land camp- were
situated a- Nitra, Tapol any, Lil-
ini, Mi> halei e. Prestany ai
ino. Thousands were marooned
in these places When, in 11 I
Distribution Committee in War-
saw organized a relief corps.
Phvsicians and nurses arrived,
and truckloads of food, clothing,
medi al supplies were brought to
he ei Stables were i or \ er(
el into barracks; food kitchens
and first aid stations were set up.
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r. ,- c ded I i Hungary, anti S
ti Hungai inded up 10,000
.ii v. in thi i w l>
ys and d
.] few h irder. Thi
found tself i
ty of Kos Slowly
, m's-lai were liq
f Jc
f >ff al restrict
The lam f the i
1 it
the G
1' ,h f tier \ Jews of Pol-
, f> Germany
rout the night oi
ii .] _'-
ind lef.....fates The
num1 ers
12,000 '
i; peopl etext f
action was a i-d
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autonomy, and a large slice of i Zbaszyn were liqui- I
- who were not per- I
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having been organized in n I-
vance) and for a billion mark
fine imposed collectively on the
.lews iii Germany, and f"1' other
punitive measures.
These events, while they fur
ther complicated the efforts of
George Ruble and the Intergov-
ernmental Committee, shocked
the democratic nations into re-
newed efforts on b half of the
ees and potential ref
President R >osevel1 on Novembt r
1.*) recalled the American Ambas-
sador to Germany in order to
get a firt hand view of t
nation. Thr i da> laten Get -
many recalled \ lassadoi
Washington. Pit sidenl '' ose\ ell
also t iok stc p- to all n ate t,u'
..f i efugi c- bj -- ug '>''
order extending for -
the visitor-' permits of 15.000
German and Austrian .lews tem-
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the ground that it would be 'cruel
and inhuman" to send them bai k
to probable imprisonment or in-
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He also urged Myron C. Taylor.
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co at oni I. i m for a m<
i in it tee,
Stat De tart ii nt, in
it itement, urged I is dent-
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effort fii ding a lut to
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T followini P
M ister Chamberlain, speak at
1 efore thi Hous f Common*
offei |>ei two Br tisl
lefugei -'. m...... md
udn ncreas nun
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PAGE THIRTY-THREE
THE REFUGEE PROBLEM
mittee's statement was the de- a trial settlement project on a by a small commission in two
substantial enough scale that months. It was the opinion
would make it possible to deter- Dr. Rosen, however, that Biitisli
mine whether and how these po- (Continued on Page :l">)
(Continued from Page 32)
Minister offered 10.000 square
ii. i later increased to 40,000
square milesin the interior to
parture of ait Anglo-American
Commission, sponsored by Presi-
dent Roosevelt's Advisory Com-
mittee on Political Refugees, tc
survey British Guiana, in line
The negotiations had failed at
what seemed a most encouraging
point. That night, however, the vember. The
American and British Embassies sisted of Dr.
be leased "on generous terms un- asked the Foreign Office whether
der conditions to be settled here- the talk- would be continued ami
after" for agricultural develop, on the following day Mr Rublee
men! subj ct to surveys by Brit- was received by General (leering.
jsh representatives and voluntary
organizations ;and (2) Tangan-
Bril h-niandateii former
German colony where 50,000 ac-
i v as offen d for settl' met
In itself, Mr. Chamber-
lain said, adi f ref iRees
depended upon the ability of pi i-
vnte on.....i
tl- m; and Home Sei retarj S I
- iel Hoare revealed plai
i rl refugee
rhildn A m iven head H
by V'i co ml San hed
i i iinnii- that would
h ".un,' |rei Frai and
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.....hat Mi R ihli e was at
la*1 adwa\ ef-
r...... Gi rmai y.
' mirl-P mher. Dr. 11 ialniar
.md.....n c mfer
n matters with the
i ... .,. Bank of Ei g
I it it (hi am tinv | ri ted a
Mr R ibli i and 1 o'd W i
tertoi i I : irmati of thi Ii tergov-
rnmental Refugee < 'ommil I
n der refugee emigral. i
ild be fostered through clear-
ing arrangement :
' te the sal" of German e.....Is
1 M r. Rublee was invited
nversatioi
Bi in advan of the pi
session of the Intergovernmental
i ,.,, >-.. January. Bui as
fu rl hi.....eetii lagg d, the
Comn .....- were sol 'or
i the following m nth On Jan
nary 10, Mr Rublei and two as-
ati m again with Dr.
S hacht in Berlin. After two
d a y of conversation, furtl r
meetii _- ere posl noned to all w
i; rman go^ ernmenl I ime
study modifi I i by
Mr. Rublee, which would elimi
thi fosl......g of German ex-
r rt. On January 21, 1939, Mr.
R ll lei \ d a vised plan
<-, ii,- p hachl "'" i h differ."!
illj from thi al scheme
an' i fin ther meel ing was sche-
duled for th following day. The
nexi dav, however, the meeting
was railed i ff and shortly afn r-
wards it became known that D".
Schacht had been remov d :|s
president of the Reichsbank.
M-. Rublee then lef* for Paris to
with Prime Minister Chamber-
Iain's offer of the previous No-
commission i i
Edward C. Ernst,
Dr. Anthony Donovan. Dr. Joh-
eph A. Rosen, Col. Howard C
Nicholas, Mr. Emil C. Batailie
and Mr. Desmond Holdridge as
an members and Sir Craw-
confer with officials of the Inter- ford Douglas Jones, S r Geoffr'v
governmental Committee, announ- Evans and Dr. I> W Dutl
ring thai the discussions in Ber- British members. After a Iwo
lin would he resumed with Dr. months' survey, the commi
Helmut Wohlthat, of the Econo- rej rti I thai "wl thi terr
mi M...... i I retun Thi off< red for "' '" h Bi
tential possibilities could be real-
iz d."
It was the esp< cial recommen-
dation of Dr. Joseph A. Rosen, in
which the commission con, irri
that a two-year project, c 'ting
approximately $3,000,000 and in-
volving some 5,000 young -
should be initiated. S ttl a i U
, iblished al certiii
... | oints which would
the fea i f Is rgi
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which could not be !-. r1
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K-W PAINT PRODUCTS, INC.
J. S. WALKER. President
Paints -
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MR. AND MRS. FRANK GALLAT
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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
reality every vestige of hope and defend Jewish and human rights.
__.. expei tal on It i- our task to
"WE SHALL LIVE AND NOT DIE" fortify d >, ,.. th. .,.
_________ again in our eventful history, we
A Rosh Hashonah Messap;e
(BY RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP)
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
This Rosh Hashanah marks a
new century for the Jewish l e
pie. We usher in the year 5700.
A.- the New Year beckons with
i: expectancy, hope and unknown
Jewish hearts are heavy.
The sombre shadows which hov-
ered not onyy over Jewish life.
secutors. We must renew our
strength. We must stop relying
on others for our salvation and
make stronger our resistance If
anti-Semitism raise its ugly head
in our midst it is suicide for Ju-
daism aril Democracy to bow the
head and slink away in silence-
h.it over most humanity last Rosh- If Christianity will stand idly by
onah have deep-
ened. Since last
September w <
have had t h e
betrayal not on-
ly o f liberty-
loving Czechos-
lovakia I'Ut the
lunbelievable sell
oul of the Jew-
ish people's hope
in Great Bri-
tain England's
Balfour Declar-
a t i o n became
ai ithei rap of
paper as weak-
k n e ed Britain
ruthlessly Bt -
tempted ." ap-
pease terroriai
A r a b s Jewish
men, women and
children strand-
ed or boats;
fleeing for their
hope (,f landing
cargo, hut also suffered with the
mercilessly beaten Chinese and
overwhelmed Spanish people-.
More anil more it ha- become
char that Jewish problems are
hut a part of the world problem
The forces exalting power and
national chauvinism are seeking
to destroy the principles inherent
in Judaism. Christianity and in
De no. racy. .. the impel i ^
clash which -opi^ inevitable Jew-
ish hearts must heat in unis il
with those c" - cated to -h. >aerrrtness of the in-
dividual human life. It i- not for
us Jews to (jive up in despair-
We arc the world's living and
historic example that the "will to
live" is stronger than the powers
of destruction and brutality. We
have weathered many storms in
the pa-t and have survived to
al '.he graves of our per-
and permit Ju-
daism and Dem-
o racy to he un-
justly attacked,
Christianity will
he doomed. All
efforts must he
exerted to fight
can weather the storm and sav-
agery. It is the destiny of this
generation of Jewry to set anoth-
er example t> a bleeding world
that faith and hope and suffering
for ideals are not mere dreams
lightly cast a-ide. This faith
and hope can only come to Jews
who "will to live" from inner
convictions In the Hook of Pro-
verbs, Chapter 24, Verse 10 we
have the challenge for today. "If
Thou Faint in the Day of Adver-
sity, Thy Strength is Small." No
one will deny that these clays are
day- of adversity. "Kt tzarah
hoe I'Yaak iv" 'it a time of
trou! Ie ur.' ; i '. leu it i- an-
other RTi <' '<: f T proving our
inner si
From this second camp in world
Jewry not much Strength van be
expected Afraid to die these
.leu- suffer among the living.
They are not even blessed with
the consolation which comes in
suffering with others proudly and
unashamed.
It is in tin1 third camp that We
find the nucleus of Jews ready
to live and not die From these
.an he garnered the hope and
courage to defend rights and to
, ham i I energies for survival and
victory over the terrifi on-
slougrhts of barbarism and pag
anism. For centuries the Jew -
effort to teach a deaf world the
joy- of peace, justice and mercy
have been met by pogrom, mur-
der, inquisition and concentration
camp. His effoit to become once
again creative on the Jew's an-
cient homeland has been met by
derision, terrorism and betraya
Vet. as the year 5700 approaches
the Jew- conscious of a remark
able heritage renews hi- fait I
(Continued on I'agC '!"*>
lives
their
without
human
World Jewry is divided into
three camps i lay. In the first
camp are th isc Jew- in Germany,
hack our ene- Poland, Hungary. Roumania, Rus-
mies using the sja .,,, ,,.,,........ ,vl, .,,.,. trap-
same methods |1(.,| iiy enemies who seek their
if necessary' :'- destrucl on through many meth
do our attackers ,,,i. prom .-,.,..,. captive Jews
If two-faced ra l. \ ,,. ;l. ,[,;< camp ,,.,.;
P iliticians a t tna, ,.,.,. ,. ,.,.. ,ight he found
tempt to wrest ; running aw iy ami avoiding
from JekWish jewjsn i:I,.. Thousands of Jew-
hope- our an- j Germany ai : Italy are becom-
cient homeland. .,,._, m(>dern Marranos through
every energy conversion and forced baptism.
must he utilized [n America the weak Jew can be
to frustrate such spotted by his ivoidartte of Jew-;
ish c mtact an I associations.
Lacking the .....ei strength to
stand up II face an alien world.
weak Jew :- afraid to stand,
up again-1 Jew -n attack-: he is
ff irts made to
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At the present time too we must
show the world that the Jew's
will to live i- a- strong a- it has
1 een through the centuries. The
-pirit of surrender must only he
for our enemies.
In the-,- days >f heartrending
disillusionment it is the obligation
of rabbi and leader to encourage
and oc-vd-. Spiritual leaders
mIt in the-., time- wrest from
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PHONE 5296
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312 Colonial Drive Phone 5221
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TO MY MANY JEWISH
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TO ALL
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ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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37 W. JacksonPhone 3320
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ORLANDO, FLORIDA
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
H
THE REFUGEE PROBLEM
I mil imn-il from Page 3.1)
<;.... ;. should be considered only
f arge scale settlement, dree
mi
fo
ti
advantag oua
fur small
spot.; could he
icali imniigra-
attitude of the
0'ivti ment toward thi- rep" i
expressed by Prime Minisiri
i erlain in '< fctafo inont bo-
t' he House of < -oniinon< on
Mi 12.
" 1 That
-
Mr. Chamberiain
the British Gnvi
la
fa


-
repres ntation in '!<
o] government, should i
-
Tl

rnment
ready to offer th fullest
es for any settlement de-
upon by refusri e iruaniza-
He pledged a iii Re mea
t" local autonowv and ade-
C !-
- i -1 v -
'ii muni! y tie pt ihlished.
'; ivernment, he s*i!, wa ild
control nf g nerjl service*,
- security, comr ideations
venue. Concerning th factor of commuoic itioi -
- id that if the prospc i- of
nment are iro,. 1 and capi-
tal forthcoming adequate for
ds of large sc lie -
mer.t. the Government would '"
pn .. 1 tn provide needed 'oro-
n ...ion-
P n rig the course of the y< "'
i- projects and land? f >r
- .! nt. in addition to Ihos
ih mentioned, were suggf"-t-
: While many of them wen
Ik ._ investigal d by various
-. none had receive I as
if h consideration cr a fn' -
oral a report as British Guiana,
preliminary repor > >i I h
-
islai
pin

rarely in possession of legal doc-
uinert* which would regularize
their stay in the countries of asy-
lum, a condition which add>d to
the complications of an al'endy
c mfusfd situation In the lard?
British neighboring; on Germany. In aJ-
dition, the emigrants of 19I5S and
1939 were the poorest of a'.' the
refugees, for even those who had
1> en comparatively well off In
Germany had lost the luil'- "if
their possessi" ns as a reu'' of
the November decrees, and had
been forced to leave the remain-
der n Germany.
A ording to a report by Sir
Herbert Emerson, between 120,-
000 and 140,000 refugees left Ger-
many during 1938, including one-
third of the entire Jewish popu-
lation nf Austria, many of these
being helped to do so by philan-
thropic organizations. In the first
four month- of 1939, an estimat-
ed 30,000 additional emigrants
were assisted to leave Germany.
To this number must be added a
considerabl group that did not
seek aid. As of February, 1939.
th German official government
estimate of Jewish population in
Germany, Austria and the Sude-
tenland was 600,000, of whom
200.000 were considered too old
to emigrate,
Domiciled in European lands,
w re upwards of 150.000 refugees
of whom approximately 60.000
"or.- dependent for sustenance
upon the various refugee commit-
tees. Probably the largest num-
ber lived in France. At the be-
gals" subject to deportation, and
I took steps to check the further
entry of such refugees. The In-
terior Ministry was reported to
be willing to legalize the stay of
th -< "illegals," if the refugee
organizations would agree not to
press for the admission of addi-
tional numbers. Permission
work as farm laborers or in
defense industries was also to be
granted, as mention d in another
place in th s review, the refugees.
Many of the refugees offered to
s irve in the French armed forces
during the mobilizations in the
Fall of 1938 and Spring of 1939. |
The various refugee commit-
tees operating in France took
steps during the course 'if the
year to coordinate their work
more fully, and a centralized hoily
was organized. The major rofu-l
gee group expended approximat -
ly {170,000 during IMS in assist-
ing some 11,000 relief cases and
in other services.
Very humane treatment was
accorded the refugees in the little
countries of Belgium and Hol-
land, which permitted large num-
h is t i enter. Following the
events of November li> in Ger-
many, there naturally was an ac-
celerated influx into these coun-
tries. To help the refugee or-
ganizations cope with the situation
the governments established camps
to house the refugees. Similar
institutions wire established in
England and Frame. In several
"f these camps redimentary vo a-
tional retraining courses were or-
ganized t'i enable the r fugees to
fit themselves for new occupa-
tions.
Move than 1,500 lefugees were
to housed in Dutch camps. In addi-
the t on 1.200 childr n were admitted
into the country anil housed in
social lodgings. In the Spring
of 1939, it was estimated that
there were 22,000 refugees in
Holland, of whom ll.OOO were
permanently settled in the coun-
try. The Jewish communities
contributed l.oso.n.....luring 1988
fo" local refugee aid.
Belgium was greatly affected
by the sudden flight of Jews from
Austria and in the p riod from
May to December 1938, over 13,-
000 Au-trians came to Brussels
and Antwerp. The problem rais-
ed 1 y this sudden influx was me".
in part by the establishment of a
number of camps by the govern-
ment and. when relief funds ri
short, the government for a tim !
took over the care of about 3,00
refugees. In addition the govern-
ment permitted 500 children from
Germany to enter the country an
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T-, general .problems ol refu-
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offered far greater difficulties
,. previous years. Comnli-i
, ..t g factors were the territor-
ial anges affecting Czeehosli-
. and th anti-Jewi-,1 legis'a
tioi Italy and Hungary which
created several new classes of
refugees, Furthermore, many ofi
th< refugees from Germany, ''"-
._ latter part <>f 1938, were
f : to leave the country hui-
i Such unfortunates w.-i
10.000 refugees in that country.
but, by the end of that year, the
number had grown to 25,000 and
was further increased during the
first half of 1989. French offi
cials estimated that perhaps 10,-
000 of these were so-called "ille-
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1930

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THE REFUGEE PROBLEM
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to In- housed in children's camps.
During 191S, the Belgian Jewish
communities raised $55,000 for
r fugee work ami large sums
ere contributed by foreign Jew-
ish organizations.
-- n lar conditions wire faced
during the year by the small Jew-
ish community of Switzerland.
During 1938 a total of 9,000 r< fu
gees required ass Btanci from the
community and the average r. "
! id v as 3,...... cases. Hen
:...... k a liberal
a n el provided public
- for the use of r -' mmunity of Is......
Jews raised $340.1 00 during 1938
ntions came
f The Scan-
ntries, Jugi slavia,
1' rg and A
had ri fugi e probli
' much smaller compass,
Ii ntries the refug.....m-
mittees maintained I
lities and ether si r
help prepare the n I
sr< fi permam n( ttlemenl
Thi in J nt nis
i nimi1 i expended
8778.000 1938 sup. i
refugei mmunitii
1 | n lands
1- thi effort aid refui
Englai yed ai larger
' the continei
N nly did E
r nui f ref
i ncil for
< Ji m in rj. Br I Ji w r
| expei :
r work within England
wi 11 as for k of
n Germai j
ther Eu-
The German '
. Aid Committee of England
that in May 1939, 28.-
fees wi n n in
Gn i1 Br This number in-
11 idi I somi 3,...... eh Idren,
fur h Iren' as
" .- pi (fram I
evai uate Jewish childrei
afti thi N ember 10
and perhaps an equal num-
' i r of adull n r ig< I oused in
".....!. The |o< al ri fui
... .... | that whili
... g. ti n d 500 in 1938, tl
I ad wn to 18,000 by
1939
The British Section of the
< uncil for German Jewry con-
1 major fund raising
can .- during 1938, the A
\: eal and its regular
. aid to German Jews.
The former drivi n ved public
ntribul of L-592,000 o f
1^-145,000 was appropriated U| '
thi end of the yi ar. In addition
a i di ive kn- wn as
the Lord Baldwin Funfl. headed
by the former Prime Minister,
raised upwards of 1,-250.000 for
general refugee assistance.
The hopes of the refugees for
p, rmanent settlement naturally
.entered about the overseas coun-
For the first time since
' the establishment of its quota
m, the United Stale- per-
mitted its German quota to be
As a resull 27.000 German
immigrant entered the > mtrj
from July 1. 1938 to Jui
!'.".'.'. In the same period Pal
idm itted approxii itely 7.......
Germany under thi
immigrat ion schedules and an
iwn number of
\ ther f the great ho| es were
of Latii v
From 1933 I the end (if 1938.
; found 1
half of then
Thi n '' '"
;t the Otl '
... s f j .. n'd ( ntral
a, and thi West Ii As
long as tl compara
tiv.ly small, local
Is, w th fri in
the J dnt Distril ution '< mi
he Hias- lea Em igral on Vss
ai >i the ish l
tion Aciat wi re al le
cope v. ith th< A ma-
..... I m ar the fa I
orhil Latii American
ountrii hiefly m
tural of the r<' i
were not t
fur farm -
Durinn 1938, mall country
i iba, '.'. th a Jewisl |
of only 10,000, ac epti
i y July. 1930
this number had increased
6,000. A considerable number of
the new arrivals were penniless
and forced to seek assistance.
Employment possibilities were
few since Cuban law requires that
90 per cent of all labor must be
native. There was a major re-
lief problem in Cuba, therefore,
which had to be met very largely
with funds from the United
States. In San Domingo there
were Vl'< refugees during the
year, and Costa Rica and Hon
dura- had 100 each. The tiny is-
land ef Trinidad which, pr
y a Jew
. f 10, pi rmitti d l"'11 ref i
enter in the last \
]. i 'bile, where theri
are 20.000 Jews, 2.1..... n fugi -
Howi \, r, on
May 5, 1939 a di n i wi
- ;!l immigrat f >r a
year. In < imb a, 1.2.....
ivei ivci
f e arri\ als was
. p
pod al mmigrat
Si ; mbi 1938 afti r it bad
ndm tted ut 1....... refui Ii
Per i, thi Ii I popu I was
HEARTY NEW YEAR
| GREETINGS |
! M. J, Hazelton
REAL ESTATE
| 1444 A;t M -in Be.icn
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(JKEETIMiS

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THEED
3419 Main Highway
COCOXTT GROVE
IN(iS
Pioneer Garage
2sl"i N. Miami Avi inn
I A ( M E
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1002 Fifth Street
! MIAMI I'.K.M II. 1-1.A.
di; SKTIXfiS
111 T
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! EXTEND BEST WISHES I
MR. and MRS.
i for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
New Year Greetings
A H
up] y Ni w Year j
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JAMES T. WILSON
Supt. of Schools
for I >ade i 'ouiil v

J TITAN MOTORS \
C. B. TUTAN
Dodge Dodge Trucks
Plymouth
216 Minorca Ave.
fJKEETINCIS
MIAMI BEACH
more than doubled by the immi-
gration of 2,000 refugees, most
of whom were admitted on tem-
porary visas, while Uruguay ad-
mitted about'3.000 refuge-, 2.).....
of whom held transit visas. Bo-
livia with an original Jewish pop-
ulation of perhaps 100. admitted
6.000 refugees up to the end ,lf
the year.
As in other part- of th. world,
there was a sudden increase in
the number of refugei s clamoring
t) enti t thi -e countri" after
Germany's annexation of Au tria
and the riots of Novembi r 10.
ised Latin
American countries to bar their
doors. They raised the require-
ments for admission, dem in le
guarantees and head taxes and
applied all their normal regula-
tions with greater seventy i'. .
so great was the pressure
refugees became the easy vi I ms
of unscrupulous steamship agi i
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To My Many Fri
A Mewl
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
j HARRY STRAUSS
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RED TOP CAB
& BAGGAGE CO.
7 Passenger Sedans
Sightseeing Bus
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Miami Phone :i 1131
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BES'l WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
KRIMS-
KASSEWITZ
CO.
R .1 Estate Investments
I -' 1'
Miii H eh, Kloi
sini i:i;i: wishes
fur
HAPPY NEW YEAR
L O S E V
THE FLORIST
Flowers for all Occa
l.'iKi \. \\ 2mh Sti
I'linNi: j i -
A MOST IIAITY
i NEW YEAH
State Electric Co.
MAX KASSELMAN
Electrical Contractors
1211 Sixth St reel
I'llnXE ri !-M
Mian i U.-ach
S -I r. Wishes Tn '
Ii u h Krii iIs for ;>
IIAITY NEW YEAIi
livvd Furniture
Mfg. Co.
102-1 Lincoln Roail
MIAMI I'.KAi II
7M")il \. M ii mi An enu
MIAMI. KUUtlDA
Sincere
Wishes to
All for a
Happy
New Year
U. S. TIRES
A N I
BATTERY DISTRIBUTORS
j Phone 4-7641, Coral Gables j }
To < >ur Many Jewish
Friends A Most
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CITY MILL &
NOVELTY WORKS
"Specializing in All
Kinds of Millwork and
Maintenance Work"
177ii Purdy Avenue
PHONE 5 :<77s"i

j A HAPPY NEW YEAR j
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Mr. and MRS.
j IRVING FRANK !
AND FAMILY
Frank's Fine Foods!
I'l W. ll-i Street I
| MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY
INC.
I Relinud
Ru Bi ake
Linii g
Wheel Aligning
!< ni rators
Spark Plugs
Starti r.
i ndi si -
Lublrii at on
Cars Washed
ind Sin i sed
Bat terii -
Recharged
Complete Abstract and
Title Insurance Service
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN
MIAMI BEACH
j First National Bank Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
NORTON TIRE CO 7,
GOT W. FLAGLER, COR. 6TH AYE.
Phone 3-4639
Miami Beach Branch
Fifth and Alton Road
PHONE 5-4830
: 24-HOUR SERVICE :
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
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COS M K TICS
SOLD IN BULK
Now you cnn buy
i-VE your every cosmetic
_HE need by the ounc 1 in bulk! Nothinc
COST over 25c qu.iht;
OF equ.il to the beat.
JARS, Cte.insing Cre.im 5c
LA ;els. oz.; Tissue Cre.im 15c 02.; Individual-
EOXES ly Blended Powder
! 3 ounces 25c
AMERK 2AN BEAUTY
COSMETIC SHOP
SEYBOLD ARCADE



NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
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J. ARON
ABBOTT

Ingraham Building"
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
R. C. Fieeman
Agent
MUTUAL BENEFIT
HEALTH AND ACCIDENT
ASSOCIATION, OMAHA
511 Security Bldg.
>
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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ST WISHES FOR A
\ITY NEW YEAR
MR AND MRS
SAM PRUSOFF
and FAMILY
Shenandoah
Curb Market
1820 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE _' !.">07
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U'I'Y NEW YEAR
j BIRDIE FREDERICK |
", \V. .- I".i.-1.t Si. j
MIAMI. FLORIDA
REST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Northwest
Furniture Co.
KRONENFELD, Prop
NEW AND USED
FURNITURE AVAILABLE
AT LOWEST PRICES
77 N. W. 36th Street
PHONE 83">ii
4
THE REFUGEE PROBLEM
(Continued from Page .tfi) I seni representatives to Cuba to
Frequently refugees pope with the situation. On June
1. President Laredo Bru of Cuba
ordi" d the shir) to leave Havana
obtained inad quate or invalid
documents from consuls in Eu-
rope thai were no) honored by the
rentral governments represented
>' the- officials. Sometimes
regulations were changed while
refugees were on the high seas
and, as a result, whole boatloads
of r fugccs wandered from land
to land and port to port Beeking
admission.
A sho king example of such a
i I "f unfortunates which
pd the attention of thi
world unon this phase "f the
refuge? problem was the Ham- D!stribution Committee sought to
burg American liner St. Louis, "l'1'lin permission for the landing
wh'ch sailed from Germany for of the r-fugees. On June 5. Pres ,
| Cuba on May 15, 1939, ten' lays i,,''?'' ,!nm announced thai he
I after a decree had been issued by wouW Bran' a temporary haven
the Cuban Government voiding ail for tne ,vf">-','<,s if relief organi-
I landing permits previously issued nations would be willing to mo
by the Cuban commissioner of vide guarantees, in the shape of
i immigration. Nine hundred and deposits of 1*500 each for refu
seven of the passengers on the
and threatened to have ii towed
out by gunboats if ii did not go
under its own steam. He refused
to entertain any further repr -
al ions i,i behalf of the refu
eee until the ship had left.
On June 2, therefore, the
sailed '''it of the hail or and wan-
dered for more than a week in
Caribbean waters while repres n-
tatives of the National Coordi-
nating Committee and the Joint
St. Louis held such permits. The
Hamburg-American line, however,
gees admitted Arangements to
meet these guarantees wore then
made by the Joint Distribution
'timed that it had been as- Committee, but before they could
cured that the landing permits b* completed, the offer wa< re-
.. .., honi red because thy S"inded on the ground that the
had been Issued before the date ,inu' Sl'' f,,r meeting the demands
of the decree. Rut when the boat h;"< elapsed. Further efforts to
arrived in Havana on May 27. the 0P*W <>"' question in Tuba failed,
passengers were not permitted to and the Joint Distribution Com-
land. Efforts to obtain a rever- mlttee turned its attention to
sal of this
American
ord r
relief
failed, and
organizations
finding a haven for
in European lands.
the refug es
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR PATRONS
JOHNSON
Poultry Farket
"Your Patronage Appreciated"
425 S. W. 2nd Ave.-Ph. 3-3219
GREETINGS .
J E R IE' S
Beauty Salon
Artistic and Intelligent
Service Always
1057 Washington Ave.
PHONE "> 17 '"
IIEST WISHES l-'OR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
In London and Paris, officials
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, in conjunction with local
refugee committees petitioned
the governments of England,
France, Holland and Belgium t"
admit groups of the St. I ouis
refugees. Financial guarantees
that the-e refugees would not be-
come public charges and that they
w o u 1 d eventually re-em
w,......ff red by the Joint Disti
n Committee and, on tne
basis of these guarantees, the
refugees Were admitt d by the-e
four i ountries,
ing its entire program of
a'd to refugees and other d'stres-
- ,1 Jews endangered by the heavy
..,.-. of suih lents, the i "'
Distribution Committee on June
21, f..... days after the landing of
the refugee- :- Europe, issued a
statement of licy de< laring thai
... old pol be '.< a position to
Committee of the League of Na-
- II l::: immission f< r Refu-
get who dc Inn d i "One thing
w mu t state I hal if thesi I
St. I ni pas si i gers i are taken
care i f by certain governmi I
t to nstitute a prei i
f ir o( her shiploads."
South America wa e only
plat' on the globe where
ei ing shins sought I o land
lhi" human cargoes. I> >zei
shins with I of refugees
wandered in the Med
trying to land their passi
the Palestine const, di
the restricted Palestine imm
tion hedule The acl ivit i of
these shins finally prompted I
Brll government in July to
-hut down all Jewi-h imm'gra-
tion to Palestine, effect ive I I
h r 1939. The porl of embarka-
tion for the refugees on these
ships, mostly cattle and cargo
boat-, ill-fitted for passenger ser-
vice, was Constanza, a Rouman-
ian harbor on the Black Sea,
When all other doors were -hut
and when efforts f> land their
passengers on Palestine soil fail-
ed, the ships sometimes made the
long trio to Shanghai. Several
ships with refugees went directly
to Shanghai, so that during the
course of the year Shanghai be-
came a major refugee haven, war-
torn symbol of the desperation
of these p.|i>le. (Jhief reason
for th's was the fact thai Shang-
hai is a fre port where the refu-
gees had no difficulty in enter
ing, though they could not pro-
peed to the interior of China. In .
this ity 10.000 refugees were
cone titrated by July 1, 1939- Op-
portunity for employment was
small indeed and. a- a result a
grave relief problem was created
which the local community
' turally could not cope.
. ns, how ver.
were made bv the Brit -;i I
,,f the i for German Jewry
bv the Joint Disti
Committee Some further reli f
was aff rded by the comn
bv the fact that the Philippines
ted several hundred refugees
fr ''" Shai'ghni nnd thi "- were
I to Hone King. S
(Continued on Page 38)
GREETINGS
GREEN S CLEANING CO.
1 l'J N. Piirn
i li.-.ao, Orlaii'l 1
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HAPPY NEW YEA-
SOUTHERN MUSIC CO
C03 VV. CENTRAL AVE.
PHO'.E 8292
ORLAN DO. FLOR DA
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GREETINGS AN
IIEST WISHES
THE FOUNTAIN
j 21 K. Wash ingtoi St.
I Ph...... 4:101
Orlando. Florida
Greetings and Best Wishes
Fur a Happy and
Prosperous Now Ye.ar
SOUTHERN DIME STORE
4_'l \V. Church St
Phone S:l7f>, < irlando. Fla
A lltippx Now Year to All
HARPERS PLUMBING |
and HEATING CO
i i'::i : N. Orange Av<
PHONE 744-J
Orlando. Florida
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BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
| (Jreeti n.l IV WM
JDR. GERARD M MILLER,
Osteopathic Physician
:!H E. -1 u-ksoii si ]
| Phon.- 7*10. o. F
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REST WISHES FOR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
j C W JOHNSON & SON
Termite Exterminating j
j ''_: i: Coi A\ l
I r>7-_'i). Di '
! WANDERS j
guarantees again. |
f?. If. A.
[MORTGAGES
V PHONE ^'
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INSURANCE
fS? SEysoLO tf
* #Tk BUILDING _4J^
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' .cause of the heavy financial
ative burdens in-
volved, which would disrupt
normal program.
A similar statement was in I-'
bv a spokesman for the L
Kosher Market

j MEATS. POULTRY and |
GROCERIES j
j 111:: Washii gtoii Avenue j
Mini 15 i'li. Florida
" V, ir Ur-vl --
THE TRIANGLE
(Mrs. Van H. Revnolds)
Klor i Fri t H
I Specialty
j W ^; p Fruit \-
| 1 S. A.
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R. .iPrt MRS. E. MERLIN
and
MFRL'N'S
KOSHER MARKET
320 Collins Avenue
EXTEND NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
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I I New Sll Homes Every I
I Conveniencen sel> Located i
I cat Balance Monthly
I and 1
! C. S, C'HKRHINO
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PHONE : 22
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I W. W. Dawson, Jr.
417 W. Central Ave.
sT-Jl. ii lai 1

HAPPY NEW YEAR
! i
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and Prosperous
: .................
NEW YEAR
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2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
Duco Painting Tops
Upholstering Seat Covers
General Repairing Welding
RUBIN S B0DY&
FENDER WORKS
1306 Bayshore Court
Phone 2-6611
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
LFA
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Acidophilus Milk and Homogenized Vitamin D. Milk
Perfectly Pasteurized MilkSwe^t CreamButtermilk
Cottage CheeseSalt and Sweet ButterFresh
Florida EggsIce Cream and Fancy Molds
SOLE IMSTR1BI T< RS
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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
WE SHALL LIVE ZZTZZZZ.
AND NOT DIE
THE REFUGEE PROBLEM
(Continued from Page 3D
.< and not die.
The world will soon realize that
without the teachings of Judaism
(and Christianity) there can be
i ': :at on. The world at this
i i > in ment Stands at the Bar
f Dei ision.
\- ;:. I!:'..'
:- heard throughout Jewish
may it he a clarion
ai ir/formed
J .v i ally
" inner am! outer strength
tasks which lie ahead. In
State of Florida, nineteen
through the
ri tual
..... e to 'kindle in
-
I I
- V Ti n the Evi
: .' f Fail
- of
personality; I '
-. '
tn n on well'.
i over
"Thi cha
expect much
i ," says a in Tal-
: him If
the ris-
(Continued from Pace 37)
gapore, Colombo and Bombay.
Such was the refugee picture
the members of the Inter-
governmental Committee met in
1 ondon in July, 1939. Out of that
i ting ante three important an-
ts: the first, already
refei red stated the British
Government's willingness I
irovernmeiYtal I
cial h lp for refugees; the second
. | i format of a "co
. t inir foundation" w h i c h
1 implement the "Rublee
.. ,.,.,'. |y ,. ._, ra| i0)1 ,,f
Jews f Get nd a th'rd
rl< claied that suffici >.". funds had
nance a 1
Brit ; 11
ifer from Germany of pan
of the p issessions and assets ol
th immigrants.
It was stressed in the announce- |, y
ments that such transfers would
coivsist only of goods tn be used
by the refugees themselves, and
that und r no ondil ions would
ho foundat ioi in the
former Ambassador to Great Bri- would I e necessary to depart !
tain; Dr. Rufus Jones, president the principle agreed upon
of the American Society of mously at Evian that no
Friends .Quaker-); Nathan L. pating government would -
Miller, former governor of "".ew direct financial assistance
York; Dave II mien Men:-, for- refugees." Such a de
mer Ambassador to Belgium; Gr at Britain proposed.
Proskauer, Lessing '
Rosenwald, I ewis I.. Straus .
Rabbi Stephen S W and Owen
tr -'. b ls meant fi
sale in the world markets, nor
wi u!d I cr.Mi n
ties 1 b.-net ft
i i my. It was also
that a tual
I I 1 of the f
ti n and eyond I final
To ties of I
:\ m h smallt scale thai i- f tion, I of
\
Britoi nnd tv i of 1
ropi h'th .1
l
\ n
I' Ba< ail '
.1 D:stribution for rtti
wh i .1 .....
led.
i lishment of th foun-
foi \ thi
c mniu ed in Fe
,-... |. ..
'; c Comn 11 af 1 :
Mr. Rub!
(Jei
I Bi H membi r< nam d
were the Earl of Bi
\ mt Bearsti I, 11 u B tlei
tir of thi Inten
tional Lai or Offii e; \- -; > d
Rothschild. S H
\ to Gel
Sir J>1 II S in) on; Lioni
K i :
; new hope as
n tl refugi
f the ;
the esti '' '' '"
| : lit "f 1
R i I
of |
tal Refugee 1
be s'l trucl
|:,.- of efugi 'eft
with 1 of ref
l<| not 1 .
Miy the New Year Bring
Alnmd.int Happiness a":
Prosperity
WALLACE NEON
DISPLAY
06 12 w. Central Awe
Phi 42! 2 Orlando. F
G 'vernment The f lation i W
prrated 1 ondon as a 1
:' 10.00 -j-MMMM MMM1IB

In I : .....
! .. nni strei gth they
... .....
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An 5 iu a Ji w n
lewis
Rosh Has
p forward in > ir
- a Jew
-our: i nvinced t" fight
hesi "days of adver I
: Jews
strenj grace of pa-
f self dis-
It is
.., ir nn
faitl : > exaltii lt the
Jew, ry -'' to free
and vulgar preju-
time for si
i s h
fate of hu-
. ry Jew's fidelity.
ryrant I oi
they did de-
i inds of Jewish
"Wi e and not die" is
er for the New \ i
M:.\ lod's bli ssings of I t
health be bestowe I i: it only upon
Him and keep His
romm : -. but upon even
iur i nemies who are blind an
:.-' iy God grant that the eyes
f the lind I.....Dened t" see 'hi
: law n of a New Year of coi
for all humanity. Amen
l.'shono tova tikosevu.
NEW YEARS GREETINGS
.1 E A N S
EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY
22 N. Orange Awe. Phone 5727
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
|
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f tl refugei : I
rdeily i tioi fn m
< I rnian v; to tl
of settlemei
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SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JBROOKHAVEN SALVAGE*
PURCELL CLOTHING
AND FURNITURE CO.
Fa mi I) -We
thi H me
GREETINGS
('. C. PERRY
REFRFIGERATION SERVICE
CORP.
I '^ce
Servi
and Sulphur Ma I
i irs
3S6 Lakeview Avi Phone -*-
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
615 Brookh.iven Drive
I and BLDG. SUPPLY CO. J
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May the New Year Bnnq Yoo
Abundant Happiness and
Prosperity
Greentree Soda
371 N. Or.inne Avenue
Phone 4781 Orlando, Florida
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GREETINGS
ORLANDO FARM
EQUIPMENT
STORK
710-715 W Pc : 'lue
PHONE
JOHN DEERE TRACTORS
AND FARM EQUIPME IT
E. E. havvond. Manager
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR.
Kenneth F. Vail
Chirooractic and N a turographic
Physician X.Ray Diagnostic
Laboratory Mid-State Therapy
Centre Automatic Colonic
Lawage
108 N. Orange Awe.Phone 8220
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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pfice.Yard 21'4 N Oranoe Awe. j
Phones Office: 3288: Res. 7339 i
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
STOKES
Mo^um J Pabst
m Blue Ribbon
Beer
ORANGE STATE
BEER
DISTRIBUTORS
7. N. PARRAMORE- ORLANDO
DISTR1HI I'nl.'s OF
BEER PABST
ALE BEER
SB
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
! CENTRAL ALIGNMENT SERVICE
316 SOUTH HUGEY
PHONE 8043
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
GREFTi .CS
Andre's Beauty
Salon
ML BEAUTY WORK
j ; th St P ;
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
P E ( H I N
MUSIC STORK
C. G CONN CAL
INSTRUMENTS

G II || ;-d Br-ft V. shea f(
a H..( rv and P'
NEW YEAR
DR. J L. RUBLE
;..
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SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Bass' .Market
223 E. South Si
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Gl : TINGS
! RISK MATTRESS
COMPANY
1122 W
Church St --Phone 3127
.AM '. Kl.i 'Itlli.X
"SOUTHERN JOY"
Rum
Rum
Russ BedRoon
Upholstering Department
Furniture Re-Fmishing
Furniture
RUSS MATTRESS COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS
1122 W. Church Street
PHONE 3127
llHI.AM'li, |-|.i.i:ii'\
M I) the New Year B< ng
Alnind.mt HappineM
Prosperity
Mrs. Ada Wichtenci:
ORLANDO. FLORID-
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Fred W. Hosea
HART HARDWARE
COMPANY
44 N E FIRST SI
v I New > Bru
Abund.int Happinesi
Prosperity
S H A W 'S
Service Station
lb N. Parramore -Pho---
ORLANDO. FLOR'D-
THAT GOOD GULF GASOL
N I W YEAR GREETING;
T
Sweat & Ault
ROOFING. SHEET M E T ..
WORK. AiR CONDITION
Brookhawen Drive
PHO-.!
Electrol Oil B
O.I Burners F
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ORLANDO. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
i Clarence Brown
"THING! M N | |
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
lh< S'.v V.-ni I'.r -
llii]i|i .--.?! I'
Tn All
FALKNER, INC.
1G21 N. Chicaoo Ave.
TtTt'21 'rl.i mli i,
11 si I'iluiturs n|'
Carrier Air Conditioning
| INNER.SPR'NG MATTRESSES |
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I t Russ Livmq Room Furniture \
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Siiifi'i'i- Wisl i s
A IIAIM'V \i:\v VEAK
AMERICAN
Machinery Corp.
PAC RITE
Fruit Packing and
Canning Equipment
May Cobb Fertilizer
D'stributors
I'limir Him Orlamlo. I"
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
xa!
FARM & HOME j
MACHINERY CO.
J PUMPS AND PORTABLE!
IRRIGATION
DlSTKim'ToIts K(H J
! tiik stati:
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS .
11 I
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THIRTY-NINE
THE Y. M. H. A
NOTES
n:v ii \i?uy sum \im>.
Program over statin,, WKAT, "The Ways and Methods of the tit Division of the F. B. I.,
Miami Beach. Mr. Maurice Gross- P, B. I." Ra Zwitman grave a dn.....I the organizal I r.
man, acted as M. C. The follow- fhort address. Chestei Alexan- Samuel Beckman pres
- M. C.
I". -I 28, M r. II ij
Wo I ml;. Tax < 'ollector of
! i i ike on "The Ex-
n Tax i '; i I i "
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water has flown
Into of "Y" a \ ii ies dur-
! a : year, I theref
il appr pi iate t.. off r :'
f the | .'.-t year's acl
tlu' | rogresa made by
granization.
i Executive Director, Mali-
ssman, took offi e on Au-
:. 1938. That summer saw
-tablishmenl of a Cultural
a hich has nl inued with
success, a- of this date
Since the inc ption of
tural meetings, :i to)
sons have been in atten-
the Y. M. 11 A. club
While a!! thes? lectures
iteresting, I wish to call
ttention to a few of the
ling programs.
i in October li. 1938,
Stanley Lowell s^olc
-Semitism in Germany." Dr.
. chairman.
S'ovember '.'. 1938, Dr. Man
K'.ieel, noted heart special-
ly on "Slow Up ami Live."
!il Rand ami Louis Sa-
il ded
S ivember 16, Judge Worth
spoke on "Fl li'la *M;1-
im.in presided.
S'ovember 23, 1938, the Y.
. a program in Bayfi >n\
This was the first tini > tn
the
on
.............tin.......mill.
of Greater Miami thai
i Jewish rganization was _
this privilege. Though this af-
wil liwgi r in our memoi ieg for
fair is ,\\ ancient history, it
ig Tin to come.
N'ovi mber 30, 1938, A. I.
delivered a lecture on
i icy." Dr. Sam Beck-
man presided.
fi Den mber 11. 1938 Th (v ~\
i f mi an e of our I)' a-
1 ;i i given in the fo -m
of two one-ael plays enl
"S i i" and "The Pamperi i
11 Th players, all mem-
of th Junior Y. M. II. A.
performe i splendidly.
7- December l". 1938. A
;: debate was held on the topic:
"Resolv d, that Women Should
Pay Alimony." Pave Lamelman
and Mrs. Aar >n Freilich repre-
ented the affirmative side and
Mr. Sam Gilver and Miss Ida
I* ;':. now Mrs. Sam Sped r
e I the negative side.
"1"- .iff niative side was award-
ed a hai line deeision. Mr. Sam-
uel I off. Director of Personnel
of the Jewish Welfare Hoard of
New York was guest speaker.
8. December 14, 1938. Through
the courtesy of Miss Hel n II ic-
kett the Y. sponsored a Radio
e I in this oul
iiiR program: Mill n A. I
man, E, All erl Pallot, I. o R
. N'ai Roth. Miirry ^^v ]
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
RUSH EMIGRATION
OF ALL REFUGEES
HOLDING VALID VISAS
New York. (WNS)The black-
outs and cvacuatiqns of the capi-
tals and more heavily populated
centers in EngJancJ and France
Were instrumental in speeding: up
the immigration tQ countries ov-
erseas of Jewish refugees who
had obtained immigration permits
prior to September 3rd, advices
from the HlAS-ICA Emigration
Association in Paris said.
In accordance with the expres-
sed, wish of the French Govern-
ment, the HIAS-fCA Emigration
Association in Paris arrenged to
transport to French ports all hol-
ders of valid visas and immigra-
tion permits for overseas lands
in the hope that shipping facili-
ties of the Allies and neutral gov-
ernments will soon be available
for their departure.
The Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society here was advised that
American Consulates in Germany
have transmitted t" the Paris
I sulate General and to the
United States Consular Service
jn neutral countries the record-
SPORTS BRIEFS
While Lou Cohen and Jerry
Rodman continued as the leading
Jewish six-day racers of the year,
Harry Mendel of Newark became
even more firmly established as
the czar of bike racing, Mendel
took over when Harry Chapman
of New York resigned Now he
is the No 1 bike promoter in the
pertaining to refugees who ap-
plied for U. S immigration visas
when the "next" of the respec-
tive applicants will, under the
prevailing quota regulations.
world, with a gentle hand on the
pulse of the nation's six-day bike
fans. Jackie Gruber. Benny
Kaufman and Doris Kopsky. while
not attaining their 5698 heights,
did very well in their respective
fields.
JEWRY'S FUTURE
RESTS ON AMERICA
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All Kinds
Religion- ArticlesHebrew Cook-
B. KLEIN
257 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)_As in the last World War.
the chief responsibility of the
' Jewish future rests on the Jews
of the United States, it was as-
i sorted here by David ben Gurion,
1 Chairman of the Jewish Agency
Executive, who declared that "The
world situation is pregnant with
dangers and possibilities. The
moral weight of Jewry which de-
teriorated in the last few years,
is re-arising. In view of the
moral forses at stake in the pres-
ent struggle, a special responsi-
bility devolves on two great -en-
ters of Jewish strengthAmeri a
and Palestine
"Polish Jewry is facing the
severest ordeal. Jewry in the
British Empire could be of great
assistance but. as during the last
war. the Jews of the United States
bear the chief responsibility for
the future of our race and for the
conservation and extension of our
work in Palestine."
Moshe Shertok, Jewish Agency
political chief, emphasized the
readiness of Jews to render mili-
tary assistance- This had been
made known to the authorities in
London. Jerusalem and the Middle
East. "Meanwhile." he said, "we
must be prepare for service
whenever called upon."
GREETINGS ON THE
NEW YEAR
J. P. CASH
r.
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A HAPPY MEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR PATRONS
JOHNSON
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"Your Par?n,ige Aupreci.itea"
25 S. W. 2id Avc- Ph. 33219
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
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VOLUME 12.NUMBER 3G
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The Jewish Floridian extends to its
readers and friends sincere good wishes
for a Happy New Year with the hope
that Almighty God may open the eyes
of men and nations, that they may cast
out the sins of war, persecution and
brutality.
The New Year
The plight of our people has been sad, indeed, but the
world has experienced other dark times. Israel has known
other days of terror and travail. And Israel has gone on.
The champions of evil have perished as they always must per-
ish, for oblivion is the lot of those who would defy the pre-
cepts of the Lord.
As we usher in the New Year with the future uncertain
and though despair covers a tired world. foundations for
a better world are being laid. Judaism has traveled a long
way. and by following its path of righteousness shall continue
travelling seeking a better year, a brighter year, a year of
hope and salvation for Israel and all mankind.
As we look back upon the past year we can see marks of
tears and sorrow, distress and misfortune strewn upon the
past of Life.
Hero and there on the course we traveled were bits of joy.
happiness and success but on a troubled world they were as
grains of sand on the desert.
Rosh H.ishorah 5700 is born midst the sheddinp; of Blood
and Tears. It is born midst war with all its horrors. It is
born with history repeating itself and seeming more horrible
than ever before.
Governments adopting anti-Jewish policies, endless tales
repeated of economic discrimination and physical persecution,
of spiritual suppression and barbaric cruelty. hearts ache
at the depths to which inhumanity has sunk. ^^^^
FRENCH GOVERNMENT
CONCENTRATES ALIENS
AS PROTECTIVE MEASURE
Paris. (WNS)- Jewish refugees
who are subject to a recent gov
eminent decree. ordering Ger-
mans and former German eiti/ens
to report to a central concentra-
tion zone, are being aided by the
HIAS-ICA Emigration Associa-
tion which distributed fares to
those who could Not raise funds
to reach the evaluation point.
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee, meanwhile, is making ar-
rangements with lo.al relief or-
ganisations to maintain the fam-
ilies of these ordered to report
for military or public labor.
The Joint Distribution Com-
mittee is also arranging to pro-
vide funds to enable the OZE and
other Jewish child care organisa-
tions in Paris to evacuate more
than ''ll(l refugee children into
the Interior where they will be |
maintained for the duration of
the war in special homes.
NOTES
(BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL)
In reporting some of the high*
lights of the State Convention
this column failed to mention
certain matters of interest. This
was due to lack of space Jim
time.
B---------
i 'ongratulations to I! r o t h e r
Milton A. Friedman who was
named chairman of A /.. A acti-
vities for the State.
B
A ;. '. of humor wa< injected
into thi '; ius aspect of the
f"oi entioi Brotl r S'athan Adcl-
n exl ended a hearty welcome
ai.\l br il herly hand I i a small
of boj attending .i South-
| nclave of Sj rians being
hold simultaneously, wil
ual words of B'nai B'rith greet-
-.- only to regretfully di
boys happened to be
Syi ians ai.d not A /. A. boys,
her Adelman's embarrass-
ment was overshadowed only by
the amusement of his Brothers
H I'., and amazement of the Sy-
rians In all fairness, however,
Brother Adelman. it could have
happened to ai.'yone!
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The next regular meeting of
Sholem Lodge will be held on
Tuesday evening. September 26th
at Biscayne Masonic Temple, cor-
ner of N W. First Street and
I 15th Avenue. The Brothels are
looking forward to this meeting j
since it will be the first important
business session since early in
August. There will be reports on|
the recent Jax Convention. Bio. j
('resilient Pallot will make an ex-
haustive report which should in-
terest all Brothels.
_B
Your reporter was appointed
chairman of the meetings com-
mittee- newly organized to pie-
-ent and arrange for interesting
meetings of Sholein Lodge. For
the next meeting. September 26,
your writer will 1 e assisted by
Brothers Burnett Roth, Ben I.e
Vine and Isadotv Ziukomick.
B
For the Sentemher 26th meet-,
Ing we are scheduled t< have as
guest speaker, the Honorable Pat
Cannon, Congressman from this
District, pr ivided P re si d e n t
Roosevelt's special session of
Congress does not denriv J ol
this pleasure and privilege.
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Km- the coming Jewish New
Year, your reporter in behalf of
Sh ilem Lodge wishes to each and
every Brother a Hanpy and Pros-
perous New Year May the work
of B'nai B'rith continue for the
, betterment of all Jewry.
ALIEN VOLUNTEERS IN
FNOLAND WILL B F
TREATED AS ENGLISH
London. (WNS)Application*
from refugees living; in England
who seek to enl;st in the British
army will be placed on file ami
they may be called in limited
numbers as their services ar> !"-
quired. War Secretary Leslie
lloie Belisha announced in the
House of Commons. IIore-Beli
sha's announcement, which clari-
fies the status of exiles in Eng-
land, -aid that refugees who reg-
ister for serviie Will be treated
as regular British volunteers
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
REFUGEE BOARD WILL
BE CONTINUED
Washington. (UN'S l Confirm-
ing a statement issued by Secre-
tary of state Cordell Hull, Myron
(' Taylor, vice-chairman of the
Inter-Governmental Refugee Com-
mittee, declared that the commit-
tee would meet in October at the
White House, as scheduled.
Diplomatic representatives of
some of the 32 interested govern-
ments may replace the delegates,
the State Department said, but
the general work of the committee
will be carried on. with ai I '
expected "as developments make
aetioi; possible." Thi six man
directorate of the eommittei re*i
resenting England, Frhnce, The
Nethe.lan.l-. Brazil, the
til e and the United States
originally I een in. It< tl I i atti n I
the Whit. House < 'onfei ei cc.
It as learned that the
tion of the refugees, whi h Mr.
Tayl r des rib. d as "tragic," had
be.-n considerably worsened ry
the conflict in Europe. The refu-
gees who wow have found tempo-
rary shelter in England, Franet
and other countries, have been
housed in old prisons, tent camps.
and temporary shelters, and are
under the strictest regulati >ns.
These establishments, which
are virtual concentration ramps,
have been placed under military
guard since the outbreak of hos-
tilities, which have made it al-
most impossible to move refugees
from Central European countries
to the Americas or t i other coun-
tries willing to accept them.
American Consulates in England
and France have temnorarily sus-
pended issuance >>f quota immi-
gration visas
Secretary of State Hull Bald
that the Euronean war had great-
ly complicated the removal of
aliei nolitieal refugees fr m cer-
tain European countries but that
the work of the Refugee Board
would be continued by the United
States
Philadelphia. (WNS -Claifence
II I'ickett executive secretary of
the American Friends Servi e
Committee, announced that the
committee will continue it- assis-
tance to German and Spanish
refugees in Fur pe "as long as
we can be useful in the situa-
tion."
London. (WNS The office of
the Intergovernmental Refugee
Committee has reen closed and
the Bureau meiged with the of-
fi, ,- of S:r Herbert Fill.
League Refugee High Commis-
- who is also director of the
that the committee will reman
bureau. It was also announced
in existen e.
JEWS IN PALESTSINE
REGISTER FOR SERVICE
Jerusalem. (WXS-Palcor Agi
. j i An i ight-day pi riod of re|
I ion I f all male and fen'
v ol tr.teers bel -een I he ages I
is and 56 began on Sunday. Si i
teml er 16. it was a oun< ed by
the Executives of the Jewish
A"' ncy and Vaad Leumi,
Registration i fifces were i
e.l throughout the country to ob-
tain' enlistments foi national ser-
v it v and assists cc t" the Brit sh
Army when called for.
Meanwhile the Government >'
quisitioned the Jewish steams
Atid for a month, apparent1}' to
convey stores for the Palest'm
military from a Mediterranean
base
List Disturbances Toll For August
A list of casualties resulting
f r o m disturbances in August
showed that ST persons had been
killed and 59 wounded during the
the month Of these '.' Jews we e
killed and .'!1 womvded. Four of
those -lain and five of the num-
ber wounded were policemen.
while the balance were civilians.
<:v Bvitom> were killed and II
wi wounded.



PAGE FIFTY-TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
IpLU wJjl!l reLlfuU rLfiuiH d
Y. M. H. A. Tenders
Reception Wed.
LZI REGIME READYING tine inf.. Reliable On WV.In
-ASTIC MEASURES from B i eeived here the Y M P
AGAINST REICH JEWS .. Im by t< tion to '
- .1 a leadei j in Berlin, ai 's Chi ml th
i WNSI Tl Reich Un- i imprisonni. f Miami F
activities arc | i or a worse fate, Welfare Funds u
:" Nazi ra: {red for women to tak
tl Jews to "!l" executive position's of all Jew I ittees.
mi asures of black- ns in the
f i strib il n Mean- m n "disappeared" Offi als of '
w lc all Jev tre cinema, the Reichsvertn
I
lie* will '
.....".. I'
pi (trams, and .''.her large Berliner and Hannah Ka
ha been cancelled the activities of th
ption of synagogue Recha Freyer was ap
sen i direct the Palestine Offi
Hai mon i
-..; Everyoni
le emigration of Jews |( was also learned by
from the Reich has Btopped Bince phone that the Reichsver*ii -
l istilities began, although a few recently created all-embra ii B
h-vf been able to leave via neu- Reich Union of Jews, was ordered Holland, Denmark
tral countries. It is said that half by Nazi authorities to Bubmit;aRj Sweden will be permitted by
the able-bodied Jewish men have immediately a list of all able-j ^he Government that the
been conscripted for work on war bodied men between 18 and 55 | greatest haste was imperative,
projects such as mad. farm and y,..,,.. f age for Impressment to c|amp Down On Foreign Props-
building projei forced labor. The seriousness of | panda In Germany
Women Named To Direct Jewish ,|u. situation i< seen in a thinly Advices reaching here fi n>
Organizations in Berlin veiled hint that a rapid change in
, n-vTON i ,. 'he situation is impending and
Amsterdam iWNm -Increas- .
, ,.,, i;.i, also l'v the fact that authorities
n j apprehension is felt by Jemsn
i i .i c r t,... here have strongly cautioned Jew-
es here over the fate of Jew-
.... ,. r ,., ish leaders against attempting to
i leaders in Germany, inform- ..*.., \.
ed sources hinting that Nazi au- ""' ,no Re,cn-
I ritles may enforce drastic mea- Head- of the -South Aliyah
re against th. leaders of Ger- (Palestine immigration) move-
, Jewish organ! such as ment in Berlin, the same source arrests are being made in the
1 Berlin Jewish Community, revealed, have been told by Nazi | Reich's drive to suppress fon
tl Reichsvertung and the Tales- officials that emigration of Jew- propaganda.
Germany disclosed thai German
police have seized all radio sets
owned by Jews in the Prussian
town of Bucnde following the
arresl <>f several persons appre-
hended while listening to a for-
eign broadcast in the home f a
Jew It was indicated that more
PROTESTANT DIGEST" SCIENCE CONGRESS
UNITES CHURCHMEN HEARS REPORT BY
AGAINST RACE HATE
York, (WNS) The i
' Protest
ition, the
ntolerai the disscmii
\ gar/da, is
eaders throu
itry.
i '
Protestant Di|
p and
who uphold or ig-
laeial ince 1 aused
rs in the nti-N fight 1
... n th new magazini as
d weapon. Captaii G
e Harriman.
, tary of the Non-Se tarian An-
ti Nazi league said. "We feel that
this publication can bring: thous-
of new supporter- to Bid "
quelling racial intolerance and to
lend their help in fighting Nini
propaganda in our Democracy
Paris (WNS) Representatives
of Jewish and non-Jewish relief
bodies under the chairmanship of
Sir Herbert Emerson, League
Commissioner for Refugees, have
formed a committee in London to
di al with refugee- in England, It
is expected that all decisions will
be made not by the whole COW
ttee but by negotiations with
the Government deportments on
behalf of the refugee relief agen-
HEBREW SCIENTIST
Y rk, (WNSi
il cultivation of the virus
i ab es w hii h pi nises a superior
e t rea.....' i '
by mad ci igs her i
'
pn -. nted by Dr. 1 I. Klij
Hebrew 1 of Je-
International
Mi. I '
Dr. Kliglei
" Hj and Bm teriol pry
of the Heb i L'nivi i -\
i f \ -
periments conduc) ibor-
ies of the University in coo]
oration with Dr Hans Bernkopf.
also of Hebrew University.
In a paper read before the
I ii press. Dr. N H Swellengre-
bel. of Am-- said that
Dutch Guiana is n I al present a
ible colonizat ion ground for
Jewish refute, -. "Any atti
to settle whites areas win
malaria i- rife Ihey
are hound t,. mpi I with Afri-
. an people is boui I I be a total
failure." Dr. S.v.' ngn bi 1 said.
"unless either the malaria is n -
tly or there is
enforced segregal of tl
groups of people t j elimin:
competition between I hi m
?I
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To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year"
A B D F G
Dr. and Mr-. Samuel Aronovitz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr- and Mrs. Michael Arnold
of Coral Gables
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY' NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. R. R Adler
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Frienda
A HAPPY- NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axlrtd
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY' NEW YEAR
B
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bain
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Nat Blumberg
and Daughter Charlotte
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitl
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs- Leonard Barr
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. M- Bergman
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Arthur Blatt
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blau
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William C'lein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs- J. H. Cohen
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drevich
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
E
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Epstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relative? and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. Ehrlich
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Mr. and Mrs. lien jam in Bronston
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Mr. and Mrs. I,eo Eisenstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. II. Farber
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg
Wish All Their Relatives ar.vl
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Feuer
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Eisenberg
and Daughters
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr- and Mrs. Harold Fisher
and Son. Howard
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
G
Mr. and Mrs. Ted C.ulkis
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gulkis
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ixiuis Gordon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goldstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. George J. Gerson
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR i
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenbl.mk
and Family
Wish All The:-- Relatives ar I
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rev. and Mrs. S. i.uiim.in
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives ana
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Murry Grossman
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Halpert
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and M/s. Max Hoffman
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Cantor and Mrs. Louis liayman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. C- S. Jamison
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
K
Mr. and Mrs. A- KronenfeM
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIFTY THREE

THOUSANDS OF JEWS
REGISTER FOR DUTY

i \V.\s i Jewi -h immi-
grant- arc ie re is-
rvi e ith the Frcni h
rate of 200 per h
A i g ition, operated by
Jewish War
Y red that already
i I Ji wish immi-
ntecred and that
out all able-
men among the 100 -
...... immigrants, not in-
. will be in uni"
i \V o in en's International
Organization. together
i ISE (Jewish health so-
: he Federation "f Jew-
have opened a -->.v- .
ial i ffi c t" receive appli :al i
for war duty from Jewish wome'i.
who i lamoring to enlist iii
any service useful t.. the French
. -i A station has i en open-
,.,! i- thi Federation of Polish
Jews ihere women, interested in
_ .- n Red Cross work, may
take courses in medical and sani-
tary aid. I
\ aliens, meanwhile, have
ordered by the French authorities
re( -ter with the police wi'hin
i -. Fa ilities will be pio-
vided those who desire
leavi thi i ountry but it is certa'n
it foreign .lews will avail
therm elves of the opp >i' u*ily.
The li > order also provided
for t stration of German nat-
FATHER COUGHLIN
TIED UP WITH BUND
INVESTIGATOR FINDS
MAROONED OH A REFOCEE SHIP |
New York. (WNS) Contending
that there a "tie-up reel
Father Charles K. Coughlin ai
the German-American Bund,"
William A Muelli i il inves-
tor for "Look" Magazine, re-
vealed that "Fathi r Coughlin
tacitly admits the partnership by
including in his speeches senten-
ces identical in tone and struc-
ture with those of Goebbels. Nazi
minister of Propaganda, He als i
quoted sources found in a Nazi
propaganda handout called World
Service. His Social Justice is
sold at Bund meetings, Edward
B. Filch, of Now York City.
member of the Coughlin-backed
Christian From admitted that
copies of Coughlin's publication I
were sold at the Bund's Camp
Nordland all last summer."
Thinking the investigator a
sympathizer, William Schmidt.
SIDNEY SEGALL
President Zionisl District
nt' Greater .Miami
ionals in preparation for isolating
those who may fall under the
category of real Germans. Tie
mi asure is expected to have little head of a German importing firm
effect upon thi' majority of Jew- in Yorkville and an officer in
ish lefugees from the Reich, most Fritz Kuhn's storm troops, told
nf them having registered for investigator Mueller that "Father
service in the French army for Coughlin and Kuhn are good
the expressed purpose of contrib- friends Kuhn tried to get him
Uting to French victory and Hit- to take off his collar and go into
ler's defeat. politics, but Father Coughlin
Relatives ?bout across Ike few feet of water to the 907 refugees
stranded <>n the S.S. St. I,ouis. Forbidden to land in (.uba un.l forced
to return to Europe, where they were ultimately given temporary .
refuge, these refugees symbolize the tragedy of Jewish liomclrs,nes
that has driven many desperate men and women to set sail upon the
high seas in search of sanctuury. Action by the Joint Distribution
Committee was vital in savins the refuBees from beingreturned to
Cermany. The fund-raisinK effort, of the Joint Distribution torn-
mitlce for l":*" arc combined with the United Palestine Appeal and
the National Coordinating Committee Fund. Inc.. in the Lnited
Jewish Appeal for Refugees and Overseas >eed.
hand-in-glove with foreign wi ddn't
groups. "If the time com.-- for because ( I Schmidt
protection," he told the investi- said.
gator, "we can count on the Mueiier a tod 3 seph M--
Bund." McWilliams' meetings in William- of the Christian M
New York cheer attack- Ml R >OSe- izers V [ted 1 '
velt and applaud Hitler. Mueller was Coughlin-inspii 1* '
found. admitted his M were
K
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasanoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner
and Sons
W eh All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. .1. I.. Kaufman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler
and Family
W Bfc All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kovner
and Family
W -. All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs- Harry Korctsky
and Son
W -h All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Krieger
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz
and Daughter, Joy
W sb All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levitt
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lutzky
and Sons
W th All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. I.e Vine
and Daughters
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. London
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. FJi Levin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr- Sam Lipton
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Bertha B. Levy
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Lipton
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Joe Mechlow
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. I- Mintzer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Marty Milstein
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant
and Son, Elmer
Wi.-h All Their Relative- an I
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz
and Children
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Optner
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper
and Family
Wish All Their Relative^ an 1
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rosen
and Family
Wish All Their I: 18"!
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAT.
Mr- and Mrs. Manuel Ripp.i
Wish All Their Relative.- an i
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
and Family
Wish All Their Relative? a-d
Friends 'J
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and f
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
R
M
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kellman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
g Friends
P A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs- H. Miller
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Max Rappaport
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. IL Rayvis
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs- E. M. Reisman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives ar.d
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs- Joseph Rosenthal
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and 1
Friends 7
A HAPPY NEW YEAR *
N
Mrs. H. Reichgott
and Sons. George and I-eon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bomer
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR T!
Mr. and Mrs. M. J- Nadel
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rose
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Original Rubins
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. S- Rabin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


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PAGE FIFTY SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 193
^
ECONOMIC PACT OF WAR
DISCUSSED AT MEETING
R
R. ADLER
it, Jewish Wc
i>f Miami
far.
Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Additional preparations for
effectively mooting; the emergen-
' cy which war has imposed upon
iho economic structure of Pales-
tine were considered at meetings
of tho Executive Jewish Agency
and of Jwish municipal officials.
The meeting of tho Agency
Executive was attended by most
of tho members, who have return-
ed from Geneva. Present wore
David l>en Gurion. chairman;
Menahem M. I'ssishkin. president
of the Jewish National Fund:
Moshe Shertock, head of the po-
litical department of the Agency;
Eliezer Kaplan. treasurer: Dr.
Isaac Gruenbaum; Dr. Werner
Senator; Rabl i Jehuda L. Fish-
man; Eliahu Dobkin; Rabbi Jacob
Shapiro, as well as Isaac ben Zvi.
president of the Vaad I.ounii
(Jewish National Council.)
Moshe Shertok visited jwith
Chief Secretaiy John Stuart Mc-
n and Licutenant-General
M G. II. Barker, command
Bi sh forces [in Palestine and
Transjordan. He also railed up-
on the Polish consul general, ex-
pressing to him the profound sym-
pathy of the Yishuv for the fight
which Poland is waging for ter-
ritorial integrity.
SOCIETY
DANCE TO
BE HELD
Completion of plans for the
forthcoming dance to he spon-
sored by the National Council of
.Jewish Juniors took place at the
home of its president. Miss Char-
lotto Singer. This dance will be
the last in the series of summer
dances and will he held Tuesday
evening at 8:00 P. M.. at the
President Hotel. Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach. All members and
friends are cordially invited to
attend.
CONVALESCES
AT HOME
Air. J. I. Kaufman has jusi v. -
turned from the hospital to his
home whore he is recuperating
from his second operation.
RISES IN PALESTINE

r x"l -
r
Tie v all of another Jci!i Settlement pors up in Palestine uk refusers
lake their place alongside the pioneer* I" curry forward llir rokinim-
lion program that is the backbone of the rebuilding of the Jewish
National Home in Palestine. Fifl) new agricultural eofonle* have bom
. i i- i -i :.i. .|lf ilM| lt( ||lr I'nitcfl I'.i I.-11 in Appeal since Ann!
entablished iil
|03
The Jewish Agency has been
inf rmed by a message from
Marseilles that all Palesl
who remained on French soil fol-
{ the World Zionist Con-
gross have now -ailed for home.
The ship. City Of Cairo, ai riv-
ed at Haifa, bringing 200 Con-
gress delegates and visitors and
returning residents.
DR R A BERMANN Or. Bermann received his
DIES OF HEART ATTACK ral at the L'niversitj
New Yeik. (WNS) Dr. Ri h i u in Vieti a becoming a jour-
aid A. Bermam Austrian refu- na si in Berlin for the Tag
gee, author of many I.....ks and Full..win- Anschluss Dr Ber-
a former director of th ieri- mann was arrested and came to
can Guild for German Cultural this country after his releasi
Freedom, died of a heart attack August. 1938. Surviving arc a
at Saratoga Springs, N Y. He brother, Robert Bermann > t Pra-
was 56 years old. -""I ,w" sisters.
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year"
R
S
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Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ethel Rothlem
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
< A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs- 1). Rabirovich
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. I.. Reisman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and M's. Dan 15. Ruskin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. F,lry Stone
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr- Harry Simonhoff
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Jean Seitlin
and Son. Emanuel. and
Daughter, Shirley D
Wish All Their Relative- aid
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin I- Siegel
and Family-
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr- and Mrs. Bernard Simon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr- and Mrs. Julius Simpson
and Daughter. Norma I-ee
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin
and Daughter. Barbara Judith
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and 'Mrs. I. Silver
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives ar.il
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz
and Son. Douglas Byron
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbe-t E. Scher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr- and Mrs. Tobias Simon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Silberstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TMr. and Mrs. Isadore Shier
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I.ouis Shaff
and Family-
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schindler
and Family
Wish All Their Relative- ami
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Simpkin*
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Shonfeld
and Son. Abe
Wish All Their Relative, and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Shonberu
Wish All Their Relative- and
Friends
\ HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr, and Mrs. Peter Silverman
and Daughter. Miriam Pati
Wish All Their Relative- and
Friends
A happy NEW \ '' \::
Mr. and Mrs. Philip .-' n-i!ri;
and S.ni-
Wish All Their Relativ, i nd
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Simons
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Seitlin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives ami
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank It. Solomon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiru
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Slote
Wish All Their Relative- an i
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr- and Mrs. Meyer Scli"ait/.
and Family
Wish All Their Relative- and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. (has. S. Tobin
and Family
Wish All Their Relative- and
Friends
A HARPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. II Tobin
Wish All Their Relative- and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Tobin
and Family
Wish All Their Relative- and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tanncnhaum
and Family-
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
U
Mr. and Mrs. I.oui* Weinklc
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs- Jack Waeher
and Family-
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat I.. Williams
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wil-.un
and Sun
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and 'Mrs. W. I.. Williams
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wait-man
and Family
Wish AM Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. E- Wolff
and Family
W sh All Their Relative- and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Weiss
and Family-
Wish All Their Relative- and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ihlfelder
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
w
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and Daughter
Wi-h All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
? "
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
*
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
PAGE FIFTY SEVEN
CATHOLICS EXPOSE ^ Ossie Schenchtman, Irv Zeitlin, first-named Mike, the other. Joe. Louis. Galento, termed a "bum" against the great Negro chain-
"CHRISTIAN FRONT'" Sol Schwartz( Max Scharf. was Mike Jacobs, with a monopoly on and a fistic freak by most ex- pion. But winner or loser, it
regarded as the nation's best, practically all leading contenders perls, almost pulled the surprise was Jacobs' manipulating th.r.
WNS)Asserting with City College of New York, jn a|] divisions still remains the "f tht' ye8r in nis *RU*M* stand Galento got a chance
number one fistic promoter of
New York,
that in the City of New York composed of such players as Lou
and to some extent in other cities Lefkowitz and Mannie Jarmon.
of the East, a racial ami relig- >-captain8, and Dave Saperstein, tno wo,1,<- He ls P* manager of
ious war is in the making, the A1 Soupious. Joe Adler, was well Joe Louis, in whose purses he
"Voice for Human Rights," pub- UP '" national ranking. One of shares. He has a five year con-
lished by the Committee of Cath- the, leading coaches of the game, tract with Hammerin' Henry
people who, though for the most ""landing Jewish stars all over jg stagod
part Catholic, are involved in a the country who excelled in this
movement which is itself un-Cath- s|)'l l,ut that would take val- Nudging Mike for top fistic
olio It feeds upon Anti-Semi- lm"'s s" we'" Just sct down a few honors for the year is Yussell
tism. shows an alarming di'spo- "f lhoS(' wh shone brightest, the Mussell Jacobs. It was he,
sition to imitate the methods and Lutcn Garfinkel of St. Johns, and who maneuvered "Two-Ton" Tony
ideology of the German racists Han'v Weintraub, Sol Nechtem, Galento into a fight with Joe
The chief manifestation of the H:m>" Bromberg, all of the East.________________________________,
movement," the publication re- A,so Sid Spellman, Hank Guberg.
veals, "is the organization known """ Srs, Izzy Kupperberg and
as the Christian Front." Lrr* Cohen of thp '"'''west and
Following the same general line Ki"'lan "f Oregon. Shulman of
lim anti-Semitism, intoleran e. dorado, and Wexler. Kayser and
Gruskin of the south.
xxx
BOXING
XXX
Til.' name of Jacobs, like A
I'.l'.si' WISHES
F<>K A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
i talk, and sometimes vio>
.. tion, are the Christian
M izers, the Christian Labor
i the (lommittee for Chris-
Action and the Chr stian
\ antes. All these branches ..f '"'" Aliam' ,eada n" the re8t i;l
( hristian Front or develop- tho >',;,l's '"'*'"* rpvicw-
thereof are less violent _------_______4.
the Christian Mobilizers, |
who advocate action even more |
direct and in accord with the j
, f Nazi Germany.
"In the opinion of informed ol>-
i~." the paper says, -this
movement, if allowed to go un- I
d from Catholic source-. 1
will create pogroms, split th
labor movement. endanger the
ture of American political
democracy, and bring the fires of \
, ution do n upon the < al
olic church in America. Already
:.- caused Btreet fighting and
g, and aroused the anger
of the great Jewish population
the East. It is the first mass
manifestation of intolerance, big-
otry, violence and uncharity ever
to be prompted by Catholics in
this land where the record of the
Church is thus far unblemished."
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PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
CHARGE NAZI GOVT.
HAS REDOUBLED
PERSECUTION OF JEWS
New York, (WNS) Contra-
dicting reports that Germany's
treatment of the Jews has be-
come more conciliatory since the
outbreak of war. George Backer,
president of the American ORT
Federation, charged that the Nazi
Government has redoubled perse-
cution of this minority as a re-
prisal for formation of a Jewish
Legion to fight for the democra- important it is that we be in a
cies. His statement was made Potion to forsee each new cmer-
at a luncheon held by the Feder- Kt'm;>'-
Btion in honor of the Hon. Philip
merly Sir Herbert Samuel) was
Home Secretary in the MacDon*
aid Cabinet, spoke of the present
status of ORT in England, where
a first contingent of 115 students
and teachers arrived (September
1st) from the ORT's engineerirfg
school in Berlin. The school will
be started again soon in I^eeds.
but it will be impossible to trans-
port more pupils out of Germany
for the present.
"This emergency proves how
Mr. Samuel said. 'Out-
work fur refugees is centered iii
Poland. France and Switzerland.
}\vrv hundreds of Jewish refu-
gees from Germany .ire being
trained to meet the vocational
needs of various nations. These
needs will change as the war con-
tinues. We know from past ex-
perience that the ORT is capable
'f adapting itself to such new
demands
"Since 1933 over 100 new cen-
ters for training in industry and
thru-
K H. Samuel Lord Samuel's son,
who arrived here on the Queen
Mary last week enroute to Hong
Kong. .Mr. Hacker pointed out
that in Hitler's last pronounce-
mi only the "plutocratic and
democratic members of interna-
tional Jewry" were assailed. The
alleged communistic and treach-
erous influence of Jews in Ger-
many was nut mentioned.
"1!" to be a Jew is a .rime and
if ;o l>e a democratic advocate agriculture were establishe
of freedom is a crime." Mr. Back- -
er said, "then we must all plead
guilty before the bar of history.
I for one am willing to face the
charge, for the Jew has hi- own
special cross to bearthe swas-
tika But it is apparent that an
extra effort is needed if we are
to save ourselves and those in
Europe from this common en-
emy."
Mr Backer disclosed that since
September 6 it has been impossi-
ble tn communicate with any Jew
in Germany by cable, telephone
or letter. He indicated that Jews
are no longer permitted to leave
Germany and are being drafted
into the I.alx>r Front, from which
they had previously been barred.
Mr Samuel, whose father for-
out Europe. This year alone -10
new centers were established.
Last year CO schools and farms
were set up in Poland, where
Polish deportees as well as other
German refugees now receive
training which is already being
put on a war basis.
"More than 5.000 people depend
on us for vocational training that
will fit them for a new life. We
have no intention of letting them
down."
Others present included Paul
Felix Warburg. Treasurer of the
ORT Reconstruction Fund; John
Goulston of Sidney. Australia;
Murray Levine. Alexander Delo-
witz and .Max Herzfeld, of the
American ORT and others.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIFTY-NINE
H
REFUGEES ARRIVING IN PALESTINE
pective Jewish settlers in Latin Iclationships with the Latin
American countries, cannot be American peoples ar/d their lead-
answered off-hand. They represent ., iif thought| W(. ,,)ull| ,,,,
problems that must 1 e covered
i e i- advice and exoneration in the task
in a long term program for liqui- '
dating the task that the Nazi "f opening areas for the refugees
racial an has thrust upon the Jew and hu- must do thai pioneering job of
building confidence and a -
<>f cooperation and so pave the
way for those who arc eager lo
pioneer with the natives. \c. the
building of a more prosperous and
nioie progressive Latin America.
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Mores of Palestine, where iliev ill 1,1111-1 new homei
.1 ,i nen future fur themselves and their people
\ boatload
approaeh ll
CAN JEWS PIONEER IX LATIN
AMERICA?
i out intied from Page 16)
, I bond The -
it ated Spanish Loyal-
had sen! out side Spain,
to Mi xii .a fund of several mil-
: Originally inl
for ;i mtei revolutionary
againsl I t is n
devoted I tettlem nt of
i Loyalist
\
inanity.
If salvation cannot come from
Latin America, it must come
from somewhere. But I do not
agree that we must throw up the
sponge without lifting a firirrr.
A greal degree of salvation can
come from Latin America if We
would face the job with confidence
and set out to win the confidence
and cooperation of the lust minds
in Latin America, due of the
greatest stepping stones to w .-
confideni e of Latin
American leaders would he sup-
by m ire extensive travel Oil
our part in their countrl V< rt
few among us ever visit any \.-. i.t
American Bpot south of Hava
We do know Brazil. We 1>- '
boul Venezuela very
le al ml Argentina and p --
thing about chile.
We cannot break down interna-
tional barriers by remaining at n
If we cultivated cl<
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. her or in com1'': at:. ii
gi\ e her inhab tant
industrial openings. The
m of their capital by
i however. pre\ ent the
from being usef'.il '
i that e. B i< the n -
include men and women
, icpi i ilar in-
, Thi y up indus-
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pr iducti p
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n with most of Latin Amerira. enemy of Christianity; the re-
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trance of capital that would place skilled workers or technicians; tne
their industries under the control nationalistic demand that the Jew
merge racially with the natives;
the stipulation of capital funds f r
Even that possibility of subsi- expanding a nation's investments
refugee entrepreneurs would under that nation's primary con-
not enable those entrepreneurs to trol as against control from a
< into Chile trained refugee foreign point; and. finally, the
technicians to work in the newly special factor of competition from
introduced industries. a large number of Spanish Loyal-
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tries like Cuba. Mexico and Chuc, ,, gDOtg
the refugees from Spain enjoy
priority over Jewish refugees from Whether those factors can be
Germanic countries. Two factors handled or met in a way to create
an responsible. The one is that of a more hopeful outlook for pros-
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PAGE SIXTY
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1939
ZIONISM AND
THE NEW YEAR
(BY SIDNEY L. SEGALD
President Zionist District Greater
Miami
Ref lec t i o n a during the
,.. Jewish calendar year dis-
closes a somewhat darkened pic-
tun for Zionism, for when lews
in any country suffer the pangs
if persecution at td- hands of
i g its, Judaism and Zionism, the
i e being an indispensable part
of thi ,; are affected
adversely-
age and undaunted
faith th< Jew is an everlasting
t >undatii n which has carried Is-
rael forward in his struggle for
ghtened civilization in the
, ,-,.
: si .ution and de-
privations in the days of old have
emei ted a bond and tie whieh
have caused the Jew t" survive
and contribute his genius toward
ettormcnl of civilized socie-
ty, even in the Park A>res.will
this maniac. Hitler, in modern
linns, cause a stronger, more
werful bond in unity ami broth-
erhood in Nrail which will per-
petuate the ideals and principles
<.f Democracy
The sharp line- of demarcation
previously existing have almost
< mpletely fallen for in unity
ami solidarity alone can Israel
survive. The cause of Zionism
has gained new vitror, new life.
even in the face of the repudiation
of the Ralfour Declaration and
the issuance of a White Paper by
the Chamberlain Government,
iiiR the ranks of sympathizers
of the Zionist cause. It is anti-
cipated that B'nai B'rith Lodges
in other states will adopt this
policy.
The new Zionist fiscal year co-
incides witll Kosh Hashonah and
I sincerely hope that members of
various congregations, as they
pray for a long and happy lift"
and for the restoration of Zion,
will pledge themselves to join the
Zionist District of Creator Miami
The sincere .lew who follows and
observes the traditions and cus-
toms pertaining to the New Year
Holidays, of necessity, prays for
the rehabilitation of Palestine a-
a Homeland for the Jew. "L'Sho-
na If a ha w lii-Yrnshilayim."
which literally translated means
"next year in Jerusalem." If the
Jew so prays, he should be wil-
ling to subscribe as a mem!'.....
the Zionist District in which he
resides.
A- President of this Pis:- ;. I
urge tln> cooperation and sup
of Hadassah. I trust that It will
be my happy privilege to Bee ev-
ery Hadassah woman's husband
an active member of this Ziontsl
P'strict during the coming New
Year.
The membership in Zionist Dis-
" throughout America, as well
is the local District, has increas-
ed by leaps and bounds. Adde 1
Strength has been iriven by the
fupport offered by B'nai B'rith.
A: the Florida State Convention
ir. Jacksonville recently, the State
Federation of B'nai B'rith passed
a resolution unanimously expres-
sing sympathy toward the Zion-
ist Movement ami Palestine as a
Homeland and further agreeing
-:lmit their lists of members
to the Zionist Organization of
America for the purpose of swell-
I wish to convey my thank- ..' :
appreciation to all Zionist groups,
including Senior and Junior II."-
dassah, Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation. Mizrachi, and the Order
of B'nai B'rith for their sun,: i t
during the past year. I expic -
the hope that the New Year will
bring a creator unity and cooper-
ation between all Jewish groups.
I strongly urjre that all mem-
bers of the Jewish faith who
sympathize with the Zionist cause
will join the Zionist District and
do their share in the upbuilding
of Palestine. And with these fe v
remarks I say. "Shalom"
Coleman, National
Librarian Dies Here
Edward Davidson Coleman.
Librarian of the American Jewish
Historical Society since 1931, died
on September 3 while on vacation
in Miami Beach, Fla Mr. Cole-
man was a quiet and invaluable
research worker to whom perforce
every scholar in the field of
American Jewish history turned
for bibliographical aid. In his own
light. Mr. Coleman had collected
a unique library on the subject of
the Jews in English literature and
had published the bibliograph es of
such famous scholars as Cyrus
Adler, George Alexander Kohut,
Max Janus Kohler, Albert M.(
Friedenberg, and Solomon Solis-
Cohen.
In his office of the American
Jewish Historical Society. of
which Dr. A s W. R isenbach is
President and which maintains a
consulting library and museum
rooms in the Jewish Theological
Seminary buildings in New York
City. Mr. Coleman was visited by
a constant stream of inquiries
which he interrupted his own
studies to answer. He was. how-
ever, able to prepare two hooks
for publication by the New York
Public Library "The Bible in
English Drama." published in 1931,
and "The Jew in English Drama."
now appearing in the Bulletin of
the Library and to he reprinted
in book form when completed.
Edward Coleman came to Amer-
ica in 1904 from Lithuania, where
he was born ir.' 1891. He prepared
and graduated from Harvard Uni-
versity in 1914. The Twenty Fifth
Anniversary Report of his class.
published last June, includes an
autobiography covering the years
since 1914. Coleman's first years
OUl of college were spent in a firm
of wholesale clothiers During the
war he served as a volunteer at
Fort Slocum and in an aeroplane
factory in New- Jersey. After the
war. he returned to the clothing
firm and began the1 collection of
his library-
Coleman's papers and notes
were left in perfect order and
many projects whieh he inil itei
may be completed by
Memorial Services held at tho
Jewish Theological Seminary were
conducted by Professor Alexander
Marx, Librarian of the Seminary.
and Mr. Isaac Kivkind. I. : aiy
Assistant,
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SIXTY ONE
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FACING THE NEW YEAR
(BY DR. BEN ZION BOSKER)
EDITOR RABBINICALASSEMBLY BULLETIN
. departure >r the year B698
- the opening of n new era.
It hi- .1 complete mental anil
lunl readjustment and pre-
- : the need for conscientious
mry. Have we the strength,
and stamina to meet the
'ion* task before us? Whir
role, as Individuals, in a
. -<.!' t.nirii: world crisis? In this
- author presents :i careful
-is of the problems con-
t ig u- and :t positive code
lion f"t their solution,
Till: EDITOR
I: with uncertainty and con-
t'i-. bordering often on des-
pa i. that many of us arc facing
the New Year. There arc very few
to whom life has been so gentle
Ind that they have not known
thi m aning of personal tragedy
. eration is confronted with some-'
thins Infinitely more painful the
collapse of all the ideals and values
,h we were taught to believe
n terms of which we hail con-
- :.il OUT dreams and hopes
brighter morrow
yesterday we believed that
- would create the tools to
redu the drudgery of work and
giv men leisure to enjoy life:
that democracy would extend its
... throughout the world; that
ntei ational good-will would dis-
war; that croup hatreds anil
pre, idices would give way before
- i! enlightenment. Only yes.
tei we shared the conviction,
world was getting better.
that humanity was progressing.
\v. had the faith that a more
world was within our reach
:-. 'Id of universal abundance,
t free ilnlll and peace.
T lay all thes' dreams are
""rid. Instead of universal
we have large-scale unem-
nt and widespread want.
Del racy in lai ge parts of the
stands discredited and has
-upen -oiled by totalitarian
rorships. International aggres-
and unprovoked war by the
ti against the weak has be-
the order of the day. Soni
noblest sons and daughters
irope teachers of religion,
ions of fiv- dom. workers in
nuses "f social welfare arc
t in concentration camps
Vi tundreds of thousand- of re-
si table hard-\vo"king peopl have
- -';- ly, through no fault of their
own, been uprooted from home
ami kin and thrust upon the world,
refugees, unwanted children of a
brutal and callous world. Justice.
loving-kindness, mercy, peace
where are they?
In our own America, there
weie more than 55.000 suicides
between the years 1986 and 1987,
According to a repurt of the Metro-
politan I.ife Insurance Company.
Many of these people, to be sure,
took their lives because of some
deep personal frustration. In
many cases, however, the disillu-
sionments of a world in collapse.
the gr at uncertainties released by
the world crisis, must have played
their part in making life seem
worthless and dismal And how
many others were th< re who
lacked the courage to take the
fatal step, suicide, but for whom
life had long sine- lost its beauty-
its meaning and the sense of
worthwhileness ? Dismal as the
picture must be for any person
who is s nsitive to right and
wrong, it presents its most poig-
nant challenge to the Jew. For
we Jews are in the trench line
of the struggle and any defeat for
the cause of decency is at once
translated into special humilia-
tion- and degradations for the
Jewish people.
We are not cono riled here with
the prescriptions of nostrums. We
ate concerned with the widespread
d moralization in our ranks which
must seriously impair the effec-
tiveness of any program or ac-
tion Despair produces a paralysis
f the will to resist and makes
d feat inevitable. Where .an we
get the morale to carry on without
loss of faith, without giving way
to disillusionment and despair?
line of the basic requirements
for a sustaining faith during
these trying times is what we
mav describe as the cushioning of
a good life. All of us know that
the human body includes cushions
of cartilage between the vertebiae
of the spine so as to protect that
delicate organism from injury. It
is even so in the larger areas of
character and personal morale We
can take the tragedies of life more
readily if we have equipped our-
selves with the cushions that life
itself provides. The worries of a
tirel businesssman fade as he is
welcomed home by a smiling and
happy child. Charles Morgan in
"The Fountain1" has, in the por-
trayal of Rupert Von Narwit/..
written a moving description of
the agonies that a man will bear
without becoming embittered when
there is someone he loves deeply.
Anchored in that love, he has thi'
strength to take the very worst in
bodily suffering, that life could
inflict
Or we may think of our own
pioneers in Palestine, who. in the
fare of terrorism and treachery
are carrying on with undaunted
courage the tasks of Jewish re-
birth and national reconstruction.
What gives them their calm, their
faith, if not the consciousness of
the historic purpose to which they
have given their lives.'
S iiiie of us refuse to despair of
life in spite of all our disillusiort-
ments. Because we have built for
ourselves citadels of strength and
power like beautiful homes, great
friendships, good books, glorious '
music and the manifold responsi-
bilities of Jewish living, we are
cushioned against life's odds and
can Stand up under adversity.
Because we have enjoyed som-
thing of life that is good, we can-
not become embittered when we
are confronted with evil. Like a
treee whose roots are deeply laid-
the storms that come may sway
us and bend us, but they cannot j
break us.
second aid in the struggle
against despair is the feeling that
we are not taking evil lying down
but that we are doing something
about it. A crisis is most demoral-
izing when you have to sit by j
helplesslsy without being able to
do anything to check it. Can there
be anything more harrowing for
a mother than to watch her crit-
ically sick child without finding it
possible to get a doctor who will
help him? But the sense of panic
will, in large measure, be dis-
sipated the moment that force- of
healing and rescue have be me
active Similarly, we may ward
off demoralization if- when tome
evil rises to menace the world, in-
stead of sitting back and lament*
ing it, we do something about '"-.
we strike lack, we hartie-- OUI
energies and resources to tha
work of rescue and defense
Have you strained yourself ai*i
sac: ificed to contribute for the
alleviation of the plight of the
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FRIDAY. 8EPTEMBER 15, 1939
refugees? Did you do your <'"t>'
by Jewish Palestine? China is. <
This very moment bleeding on
hundreds of battlefields from the
ravages "f an undeclared war. All
of us sympathize with the plight of
China, but it is the American
people who arc continuing to sell
the vital supplies of war which
are keeping the Japanese war
machine going. What are you do-
ing to secure the help of y >ur
Congresssman or Senator in the
.. tment vf such legislation a*
will withhold American resour es
from contributing t<> the war-
making power i f aggressor na-
tions '.'
li i you stand ready to d< I
the institutions of American di m-
ocr cy '' The enemies of demo
an active In our midst as wei
They peddle their poison of I
itarianism. race hatred and relis*
ious intolerance from soap boxes
and microphones. They come fr< m
ranks high and low. Yes. one even
wears the r bes of a priest of G<
D'd you take the trouble to learn
the facts and are you helping to
refute the lies and misrepresen-
tations, perhaps to some innoce >*
t.ut credulous neighbor or per
haps to your own children? Are
you helping in the maintenance
of your loeal synagogue or inj
of the other Institutions and
ganizations that make up th<
American Jewish community?
In these and a host of other
causes stand represented the forc -
that are holding up the founda.
tions of our civilization A great
Jewish teacher has said that a
mar; must look upon the world as
being always at a point of balance
between the f i es of good and the
forces of evil; and he is to regard
his own conduct as tipping the
scales in favor of the one force or
the other. Apart from the differ-
ence that our own efforts would
make in tipping the scales in favor
of justice, order and peace, thev<
is the inner strength that would
accrue to US. The fooling that we
I are not taking injustice lying down
but are doing something about it
, will buoy us up with a new vigor
and will help us overcome doubt
and despair. We shall see our-
selves not as inert pawns moved
about by a relentless fate but as
active agents who share in the
making of our own destiny. We
shall not become embittered by
the injustices of the world because
we will be too busy fighting them
and helping to build a better.
saner, more just, and kindlier
world to take its place.
Our ability to resist despair
Will finally depend on one thing
more-a long range view of his-
tory. Even in personal life the
trouble with so many peopli
that they are too impatient. A
young man is anxious t" g< I ahead
in business or in s ime profession
and he meets with some -etback
In funereal tones he announces.
"It's all over" when he has only
lost a business account or failed
an examination. Even Albert Ein-
stein once failed in his exai
tions at s hool and bad to ti >
again.
The r.eed for patience, for a
long range view of history, tot
judging the present moment i"
terms of the countries, is one of
the m st basic in a wholesome
outlook upon the world. Human
intelligence is one of the youngest
achievements in cosmic evolution.
It was only yesterday that we
were savages. And how long ago
is it that we were 1 timing witches
in Massachusetts? We are march-
ing ahead, but like a child who is
leam;ng to walk, we have set-
backs; we stumble and fall. When
the Roman legions had burnt the
Temple and were laying waste the
cities and villages of Palestine
many must have said: "Jewry is
doomed; it is the end." But Jewry
soon recovered: it was not the,
end When in 1348 the Black Death
destroyed half of the population of
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But Europe recovered. It was not
the end. Anyone watching the
American Civil War in 1864 might
have spoken in similarly doleful
v. i about the American Unit I
But thank God the American
Union lives on. It was not the
end.
The dictators of Europe mav
arrogantly strut across! the map
of the world, but they lord it only
I a day. They may win the
battle, but they cannot, they will
not win the war- The lessson of
history is clear. The forcei of
darkness may retard but they do
not permanently check the march
of pr press. Built of violence and
repression, the dictator-state car-
ries within itself the s.....Is of its
own destruction. The wounds and
the hurts of c untless numbers of
men and women whi h the tyrants
nflicted will long linger on
But humanity will revive. It is
not the end. After the clouds and
the -term will have passed the
nun will shine again. And mankind
Will mess on with renew, I
st'or-L-th toward a brighter and
happier destwiy
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PAGE SIXTY-THREE
LET'S TALK IT OVER
(BY Z TYGEL)
Thoughts on the War
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XI ,\ h no decent, peace
--, wished has hap-
, i ,.; v ew European war.
which may end in a world war.
. now i Kress.
Tin re :- a proverb in the Pirkeh
relates that a man
., ng a human head floating on
"Undoubtedly you
hence you your-
self vned. bul in the end
he ihal you will himself
If you believe in the
erh you will per-
; t this w in', jusl as the
\\ \\ was inevitable. It
said that Ka r
armii g itself
to 1914 I remem-
ny first > isil to
Berl 1 oiled through its
4f avenues, I i ould not
^ spirit of ininiiiv-
war. The Junker officers
di,.| i- I eels proudly and
of blood
onqm -'. Thi outbreak came short-
ly th n aft< r nding in the des-
trui I of m II ii of human lives
and ii temp >rary collapse of
civilization. Now this same thing:
is beins epi ated, but we know
that the destroyers will them-
selves be destroyed once again.
It i- true that we .lews also
waged war? in ancient times, but
we knew that neither an individ-
ial nor a nation could build a
ormal structure of life on the,
( ins of bloodshed and destruction.
V e have long ago come to the
conclusion that war is futile, and
his not only because we Have not
been in the position since our dis-
persion to engage in military com-
bat on our own behalf, but e-
ause with our sail experiences
through the centuries we have be-
come wiser We know that he who
wields a sword shall himself be
cut down
We are not a people of voll-
e no matter what sufferings
are visited upon us. What we want
ar.-d demand i- that the hand of
ution be stayed from us.
All we ask is the opportunity t i
live in freedom and equality with
others and to serve loyally and
faithfully with our talents and
resources the countries where we
iiii oi nsion we may give
venl j of in lignati >n or
resent men!. even against our
'" i ds who may seem to us ,, bn
indifferent to our sufferings, but
:' is a pardonable cry that com< -
from our despairii
least may ease i u '
ac ny for a mom. i .
Ne\ erthel we mu-t admit
that at the present moment, while
wo do not the Gel man
for I! rimes, we
would like .....he Fuehrer
suffer a i nmpli 11 ai rl unqualified
defeat.
It is a paradoxical situation. In
the la-t World War we had a
derable feeling of sympathy
for Germany, particularly those
of us who lived under the Czarist
regime, for it was th iught that
the victory of the Germans in
Eastern Europe would ring liber-
ation to the persecuted Jews in
that part of the world. After all.
the .lews in Kaiser Germany did
enjoy a large measure of freedom
and equality. Now everything has
been changed. Hitler is the most
vicious enemy of Jewry. His vic-
tory would mean our greate
misfortune, his defeat our libera-
tion. At the same time the col-
lapse of Hitler w luld mean the
revival of civilization, of good will
and international amity. So we Can
say. fortunately, that our desire
to Bee Hitler's fall coin-ides fully
with the desire of all humane and
civilized people throughout the
world.
The present war began wh '
the Hitler cohorts marched into
Poland to de-troy that country by
lire and -word The Poles have
01 quered and par' il
three times before The Jews who
have lived In Poland for a thous-
and years now have "hare
ffi and the glories I' its
i f il history. 1 would 1
see not only the American I
whi originate from Poland but
e Jews of America
sympathet ic at titude tov. ni d
Pol il in the spii it of th fo'.' iw-
ii.g statement which th's
nade al a meeting of P
..- held the other d
New York:
"I have conic here to re"e i'
the pledge of moral support
e n to the Polish Ambas
Y i may rest assured that tin
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lief of the population suffering
from the ravages of war. We
shall cooperate to the fullest
extent, within the limits of
American neutrality, with the
committee which you will elect
tonight In this critical moment
of European history we, as Jew
as natives of Poland and a be-
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civilized people throughout the
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THE CALENDAR'S CHALLENGE
(BY HENRY MONSKY)
PRESIDENT OF B'NAI BRITH
Rosh Hashonah's Message of Hope
This ye it, '- so often i" the
recent past, the advent "f Roh
Hashannh means the end of an-
other year suffering for Israel.
Bui it' Rim portend the roniiim
,,,- ;, new ye ir resplendent with
the hope < (I eo ir .- thai have
characterised .!< ish history cor
.-.Tim years Tii.it Is the optimistic
messaft' of cl ''< reality that
Henr; Mnnsk> president "f
ii-,,.; B'rlth, brings us i" this
appraisal of the old year and
,gram for the nts* mv)|
The approaching Hiph Holidays
bring to a close another year of
harrowing experiences for our
people. Not unlike many previous
< hapters in the glorious yet sad
l isl \y of Israel, the Jew continues
to be the victim of malevolent
forces that threaten the whole
structure of our civilization. That
tory i- sad because these oe-
i ablt a tivities in every age
have done and continue to do
\ iolcnce to the principles of jus-
tice, equity, tolerance and good
will; that history is glorious be-
cause our pe pie have always
Lome with dignity whatever has
ben their fate and have survived,
as they shall again, to build for
an even more resplendent future.
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When we consider the over-
whelming relief and resettlement
prt Mem, produced y the unpr
edented program of hate and
and by bigotry and intol-
erance, which prevail in those
countries of Europe that have re-
verted to medieval darkness;
when we consider the wave of
racketeer-stimulated or official
totalitarian-sponsored and sup-
ported anti-Semitism; whin we
contemplate the lack of justice in
the diplomatic relations of nations
involved in the present scene of
conflict and confusion, and the
effect thereof upon the hopes and
aspirations of our people, such as
the unfortunate developments re-
garding Palestine; when we ob-
serve the consequences of world
economic unrest, and the devastat-
ing effect upon the status and the
morale of the Jew. which all of
these conditions have prduced; the
scene is not comforting, nor is it
conducive to complacency or a
sens,. (,f security
Nevertheless, to the credit of
the people of Israel let it be said,
that they are once again, in this
crisis, demonstrating that same
undaunted courage which
acterized the lives of the martyrs
of Israel of old. Once again must
we demonstrate that unflinching
determination to play our part in
this world drama to i hampion the
cause of justice as against injus-
tice, to Bupport and protect the
cause of righteousness against the
forces of evil. Thus shall we. with
the aid of all who cherish the
ideals of the people of democratic
nations, overcome the enemies of;
mankind.
When we review the activt! i -
of the closing year, we see demon-1
Btrations of unprecedented gener-
osity on the part of the more
fortunate of our co-religionists J
the outpouring of funds for the
aid and assistance of those who
are less fortunate; we see a Ren-
aissance of spiritual and cultural
values, a re-vitalized interest ii<
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Jewish problems; we see a recol I
of self-sacrificing service unprec-
edented in our generation. We see
a glorious record of rencwe 1 de-
i votion and consecration to th"
principles and the ideals and the
institutions of democracy, a loy-
' alty manifest on every hand on
the part of every Jew worthy of
the name and of his heritage.
Such a record of achievement may
i well give us comfort and reassur-
ance, that the Jewish people are
measuring up to the challenge
which is theirs in these critica.
times.
On the eve of Rosh Hashanah
let us express the hope and pi: yer
that the coming year may bring
ahotit a letter understanding of
ur problems; ami closer coopera-
t'on and greater unity of action
] on the part of our people. Our
activities, effective as they
i een, will he vastly more c r>'
through the development of nvs-
tual respei I and the (xen a greater measure ..f t lerar
between Jewish organization'
B'nai B'rith has advocated unity
in [srael for many years. '.
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tradition of almost a centurj
unremit I ing Bervice t.> th i
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the declaration of its purpo- I i
unite Israelites in the pron.ft
j of their highest aims and
of humanity." the B'nai B'eitl is
in the peculiarly unique position
to influence such unity. The Jew-
ish problem is many-faceted Not
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needs of those who require '
help, hut we must perform the
important task ;of preserving,
yes. if need he. rebuilding, those
positive values, those spiritual
qualities, so essential to our nor-
mal growth and progress.
May the New Year bring a
Messing of peace nr.vl freedom
from oppresssion te the people of
Israel. May the ideals of the dom-
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the onslaught of the forces of evil
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PAGE TWENTY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1339 Israel's Five-Point Program (Continued from I'age 19) eed is not less enlightenment, but more enlightenment"Our knowledge", said the American philosopher, William James, "our knowledge is a drop, our ignorance a sea". This being the case. should it not be the prophetic dream of every intelligent man and woman to reach out for the < ay when the knowledge of God will cover the earth as the waters Cover the sea?" The fifth and final idea that fhnuld enter into the daily philosophy of the modern .lew is the deal of peace. In the entire literature on th > subject of peace, there is not one passage that surpasses the prophetic promise that EOme day rations will "heat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks". The greatness of this prophecy lies in the fact that it goes to the root of the matter. It does not speak of more reduction of armaments or of temporary peace conference prophetic preaching that still renders Israel "the meeenger of peace to the nations of the earth." This is the five-fold program that I would present to you, if you wish to define Judaism as a way of life—the conviction of the inviolablability and the imperishableness of human personality, an attitude of kindness and compassion towards our fellow men. the principles of liheral-miivdedn ss and intellectual enlightenment, and a passion for peace. I do not say that if the modern Jew continues to cherish these ideals he will escape the brunt of p irsecution. We may still continue to suffer. But at least We shall have the comforting conviction that we ourselves have "clean hands and a pure heart". V\ c may continue to bo the suffering .lews in human history. But at least we shall have the comfort ing conviction that some day God will appear in the storm and vindicate US, that some day the realization will be brought to humanity that through our very suffering, we have preserved and perpetuated the ideals and principles which have made the world safe for democracy and civilization. And as for the attitude of 8 hostile world both without and within our ranks towards .Judaism, we may retail that beautiful passage in the Midrash in which we may liken the Jew to one who wanders in the dark night with a torch in his hand to light his path, but however often it is rekindled h finds it blown out by the wind and the storm until he finally concludes to wait patiently for the light of day. Storms and winds. Nazism and Fascism, are constantly endeavoring to blowout the light of Judaism, both without and within our ranks. We shall not lose faith or trust, but shall keep on rekindling the light until the light of a new daycomes ushering in a true civilization for all mankind. This is our prayer at the eve of the great Rosh Hashonah. Men and women of Great r Miami Jewry:-Would that we do our utmost, the coming year and years, to carry out "Israels Five-Fold Program" and to justify our invoking the living Cod to remember us and all peoples of the earth unto life. Again I repeat this year. I feel constrained to say a "Happier New Year" for all Jewry. For we Jews are so constituted that whatever affects Jewry ill other parts of the world affects us personally. In this glorious country of ours. where we share freedom and liberty equally with all its citizens —all of us become moved at the reports of the sufferings of Jews and other groups in less civilized countries. We give of our bounty and extend our sympathy to those in distress and hope for a brighter and happier year for them We. therefore, pray for a "Happy Year." May Cod grant it: Source of all, now that we stand on th thresh-hold of a New He handoutstretched for Thine beneyes are turned to Thee and our brew Year—Rosh Hashonah—our eficence. Today. th earth cries out its distress and sadness. Throughout the world men are weary and forlorn with the ever increasing problems which base* them. Hunger, sadness, despair and war stalk through this land and across the sea. Men are tired and sad; they are hopel ss and their cheer is gone Caught in the maelstrom of what seems like an endless sell's of setbacks and disappointments, our hearts cry out their suffering—"how long. 0 Lord, how long?" Send us. (1 Cod, an answer which shall fill our hearts with | now hope and our frames with new vigor. Cheer us so that this despond in which wo are trapped may give way to the hope and cheer of a new dawn and a better day Help us. o God, so that this New Year into which We entor may be a brighter, a happier one. To all who are depressed, send, we pray, faith and hope and the courage to go on. For those who arc sick and weary. A HAPPY NEW YEAR Thomas R. West PAPER BOXES. POSTCARDS i PACKAGING MATERIALS 123 N. W 23rd Street PHONE 2.4745 + i i GREETINGS TO MY JEWISH CLIENTS Lewis E. Cook i INSURANCE I MORTGAGE LOANS INGRAHAM BLOC GREETINGS: — + i TIVOLI BEAUTY SALON Georgia Culpepper &. Esther Taylor I All Mode* ot Beauty Culture Open By Appointment Evenings t"AI.I, "._'-•'. | Til \\ %  i-.-. •:. ; .-• %  11 ,\. %  T\\ oil Th< ntri BEST WISHES TO OUH JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T Rill Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy 168 S E FIRST STREET PHONE 2-7691 + + REASON'S GREETINGS A W DICKINSON TRANSFER CO, 2323 N. MIAMI AVENUE I PHONE 2.4308 bring. 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PAGE TEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1933 RECAPTURE THE SPIRIT (BY RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN) TEMPLE ISRAEL—MIAMI In 1642 the great artist Rembrandt was asked to painl a portrait of the officers of a militia company. Instead of grouping them around a festive table, Remb andt showed th m as they left their armoi y al muni, boui d for service on the city walls. This gave him a chance to .-how his virtuosity in handling lights and shadows; foi the sun, then at it* highest, would of course act as a spotlight, brilliantly illuminating those officers who had already left th i premises, while those who wen' still protected by the vide gateway, moved around in a haze of darkness, We are assured by Van Loon that the picture still survives, although not in its original shape. It was too large for the hall for Which it had been intended. so part of it was cut off Then the picture was hung in a hall that was kept warm by means of a large open peat fire. The smoke of the peat covered the entire picture with a heavy layer of aoot, until it grew so dark that the people of the eighteenth century believed it to be a sortie in the dark, hence the curious name -.f "The Night Watch" for a picture that Was painted at high noon. l: ently, when the picture was cleaned and retouched, true lovers of art recaptured the spirit of the original meaning and they realized that when the soot was brushed away, a spirit of sunlight and not of darkness was evident. That is exactly what I think we Jews have to do with the great tradition that has been handed to tis. We must recapture the spirit of our heritage We must brush away the soot gathered in Our minds. We mus; cease to th:'ik of Judaism a"The Night Watch"i and see events in their proper, light. 1 remember the time when our] heritage taught "Th •. beginning >f wisdom :the fear of the Lord." I (an see where we now live in a time where secular •! V ish leaders have changed that sentence to read "The beginning of wisdom is the fear of antiSemitism," By that I mean, that nothing but negative forces sei m to unite .lews. We are truly re garded by our secular leaders aa "leidensgemeinde", a group GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FIVE POINT SERVICE STATION 3699 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-9200 J J McCABE. Prop. REST WISHES I'| nil; JEWISH FRIENDS AM) PATRONS A HAPPY NKW VEAR Hi T Schuberth's Sea Food Grille 5 8. W. N. River Drive unit id I y common suffering. The positive values of the Jewish heritage, such as our religion. The left out altogether by so-callei leaders. Judaism is se-n as something dark, as something which requires its appearance to walk in shadows, oc asionally the shadows of death The pa ntinc that our secular leaders giv us. is one which is and truly d< -< to be called "The N'ighl Wal h What a distortion of facts! V heritage of light i soot of ignoi %  %  • %  •' "*'' %  once. It is high I m< I ture the true spirit of tage and to ac,,;•| wittve prin iples of light, through return to religion. As for the darkness of our age, even that must be seen in the light of Jewish experience. As Jews we cannot accept Hegel's philosophy of history which states that all civilizations go through three stages, birth, growth and decay. We rather accept Krochmal's theory posited in his "Guide to the Perplexed of our Time." Krochmal points out that Hegel's philosophy is denied by | facts in Jewish history; for whenever Jewish life seems to face the end. instead of the decay of death, out of a seeming defeat, it made a mysterious spiral ascent to a new cycle of recurrence on a level far high r than before; like an old theme that is played again and again by the symphonic forces of history with an ever richer orchestration, The Jew who knows hipast will therefore face the humiliations of our day with a sense ofj destiny. He knows that every emergency in Jewish history has meant the inward emergence of the Jewish soulBy the mystic pattern of our past, he can predict that each Jewish exodus brings with it a r.vw Sinai, and if the Jew but will to play his painful, yet heroically Promethean part of light-bringer in a world of darkness, only then can he fulfill his destiny A HAPPY NEW YEAR JOSEPH J. RAWLSON INTERIOR DECORATOR Upholtery. Slip Cover and Drapery Shop 157 WEST FLAGLER ST. Phone 3.8959—Miami. Florida • GREETINGS MIAMI PANTS STORE 208 N. Miami Avenue J. D. SIMONS. Pres. GREETINGS JCOMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION J j W. W. Dawson, j j Jr. j | 417 W. CENTRAL AVE. I PHONE 8721 ORLANDO. FLORIDA To < lnr Miin: Frientls I and Patrons j A MOST HAPPY j NEW YEAR R. V. WILLIAMS Poultry & Egg Co. I 2091 N. W. 7th Avenue ______ I I i i i i ( i I i i + i A MOST HAPPY NKW YEAR _: Pan-American Chemical Co. 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'V PAGE FORTY-TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 10th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H KAPLAN. Ph O. RABBI COLMAM A. ZWITVAN rek Drlrs— 6-1265 630 N. E. Slst St.—2-8MI M'AMI BEACH MIAMI 1 Rnbhls will be the Ten • • 1 II • %  % %  '. %  Btti the Jewls nil %  • 1'ou w ill i, • needless to say, each matt* %  ti : riilonce, Saturday morning:September 16th, 11:00 A M.—Sermon: "The t Sabbath of Repentance/'—Rabbi Kaplan. Atonement Eve Friday. Sep-1 tember 22nd. 8:15 PM.—Sermon: "Atonement for SelfFamily. Israel and Mankind" —Rabbi Kaplan. Atonement morning:, Saturday September 23rd, 10:00 A. If— Sermon: "Without Benefit of ( lerjry."—Rabbi ZwitmanYouth SISTERHOOD "A woman who feareth the Ix>rd. she shall be praised.''— Proverbs. Sisterhood meetings. ( n ted by Mrs. Harold Spaet, prof the Temple Israel Siste shall be held on the first M | ,-. of each month, at 2:30 I* M Kaplan Hall. (These m.%  •. are preceded by Sisterhood I meetings at 1:30 P. Mi The first sisterhood meet the year will be held on < 2nd. 1989, at 2:30 P. M CONGREGATIONAL : %  .. %  Amen. 1 "l>" not withdraw thyself from the I • • • %  \ HAPPY NEW i'EAR Maj a year of is tenance. May God grant the prayer of PROGRAM FOR HOLY DAYS IVi day i vi.. Sept. I I 8:15 P. M Sermi n: "The New Rabbi Ka Thursday mornii g, Si ptember The Sisterhood, in planning: to fulfill its duties of assistance to the Congregation, and cultural enlightenment of its members, has prepared %  program of activities which shall prove to be of Service. 1:00 P. M— great interest to its loyal memmembers are urged to atl Sermon: "Rules and Regulations her-, in the Highway of Life Rabbi ,._______ Zwitman. We urge our members to bring their rhildren to the Youth Ser. .,: 1:00 P M. Tliis service ie conducted by pupils of Ri pious School. Vfti services 2:00 P. M Memorial services, 1:00 P, M Sermon : Itonemerri 11' (\> i • • • Dailj Life." R KapNEW YFARS \ %  • n for %  %  %  f the ( • ration f Ti mpli 1rai 1 hoi or of [hi Rabbis, will M Mi•' I Lewis. .. %  thi ii home. 1025 V K Sixth Avenue. M ami, on fteri f thi Sew Year • in %  gt f nil," s|\i BRE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR The I idesf ON OCEAN DRIVE AT l.-.,.,o |3,„ STREC7I I V'KYSCRAPER all 1.. •' r the peace of the 14th, 10:00 A. M Sermon: "5700 Thursday. September 14th. 1939, humai fam ... good will among all the inhabitai • f our land, and of every land. May our II, avenly Father create wil ..ml with every people, a clean heart, and renew a right spirit within us. and cause >r 1939? A Q II sti n if Age" "' ,: PM. Rabbj Zwitman. Friday evenii g, Septi er 15, 8:15 P. M.—Sabbath of Repel tanc —Sermon: "The Return to Religion: A Sign "f Progress" Rabbi Zwitman. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL *H IIAPI'Y NEW YEAR TO AI.l Standard Oil Service Center Coral Gables at Douglas Road—Phone 4 9231—Coral Gables "LET TED DO IT" +— _.;. TO (Hi; MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR JACK QUINN, Inc, CONTRACTORS "Upon the children of the Schools, does all the world depend."— Talmud (Tracdate Sabbath 119h ) The Religious School of Tentpli Israel will hold itfirst session on Sunday morning. Septem1. r 24th, 1939 at 10:00 A. M This will be the time for registration and for securing books Pupils of the Religious School are urged to I ring all of their Sunday School books On that first Sunday, -n that book exchanges and purchases may be completed, I I i + I SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAP. EDWARD'S LUBRICATING CO. 1101 N. E. First AvenueMiami. Florida PHONE 2-9551 GASOLINE, OIL. LUBRICATION. WAX. POLISH BATTERIES. TIRES AND ACCESSORIES SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ii! FLORIDA KIEL OIL, Inc. 950 NORTHWEST 73rd STREET PHONE 7-1663 I 4I 116 N E. 29th Street Miami. Fla. i REST WISHES To AI.l. FOR ,\ HAPPY NEW L. and A. GARAGE YEAl 11" Meriiliiii An MIAMI BEACH i ,*i..*t24>! GREETINGS DU PUIS DUDE RANCH 3400 N. W. 62nd Ave. Excellent Horses — Good | Bridle Paths— Moor.iight | Rides a Specialty | Phone 7 2198 — i —+ i People's Poultry & Egg Market 1108 S. W. 8th STREET-PHONE 2-2237 We Carry the best Tennessee Poultry at Reasonable Prices j UIV nPIIVPD T imT^rr. r. WE DELIVER I. MALTZMAN. Prou i GREETINGS + j FLORIDA ROOFING COMPANY i I A! SINCERE WISHES TO AI.l. OCR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR GRAHAM'S DAIRY PHONE 8-2151 ii HEST WIsllKs FOR A 'Y NEW YEAl; 111 A RMO UR & C O. ROOFING ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS A I),\ isinn nf FLORIDA TILE MANUFACTURING CO. Sanchez Specialist in Tapered Tiles & Distinctive Colo:2720 S. W 28ih Lane Phone 4-5911 GEO. O. SANCHEZ. Owner and Manager GREETINGS FROM THE MIAMI DAILY NEWS F GOOD WISHES TO AI.l. MY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR G. PIERCE WOOD SPEAKER HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES STATE OF FLORIDA REST WISHES for a DADDY NEW NEAR DANIEL P. GALEN Municipal Judge MIAMI REACH *• I -i • GOOD WISHES m AI.l. MY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR A. "Pat" Cannon *$ MS 0 •>*



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN PAGE FIFTY DNE f -* *' iMjewisli floridian ~ „. KITH PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2'J73 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue L J. LOlIS SHOCHET. Editor J FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Ente.-ed as second class mattei July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act o^ March 3, 1879 ( OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year .... Six M< nth" $2.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1939 VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 3G :zr,:r, •* ^ The Jewish Floridian extends to its readers and friends sincere good wishes for a Happy New Year with the hope that Almighty God may open the eyes of men and nations, that they may cast out the sins of war, persecution and brutality. The New Year The plight of our people has been sad, indeed, but the world has experienced other dark times. Israel has known other days of terror and travail. And Israel has gone on. The champions of evil have perished as they always must perish, for oblivion is the lot of those who would defy the precepts of the Lord. As we usher in the New Year with the future uncertain and though despair covers a tired world. foundations for a better world are being laid. Judaism has traveled a long way. and by following its path of righteousness shall continue travelling seeking a better year, a brighter year, a year of hope and salvation for Israel and all mankind. As we look back upon the past year we can see marks of tears and sorrow, distress and misfortune strewn upon the past of Life. Hero and there on the course we traveled were bits of joy. happiness and success but on a troubled world they were as grains of sand on the desert. Rosh H.ishorah 5700 is born midst the sheddinp; of Blood and Tears. It is born midst war with all its horrors. It is born with history repeating itself and seeming more horrible than ever before. Governments adopting anti-Jewish policies, endless tales repeated of economic discrimination and physical persecution, of spiritual suppression and barbaric cruelty. hearts ache at the depths to which inhumanity has sunk. ^^^^ FRENCH GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATES ALIENS AS PROTECTIVE MEASURE Paris. (WNS)Jewish refugees who are subject to a recent gov eminent decree. ordering Germans and former German eiti/ens to report to a central concentration zone, are being aided by the HIAS-ICA Emigration Association which distributed fares to those who could Not raise funds to reach the evaluation point. The Joint Distribution Committee, meanwhile, is making arrangements with lo.al relief organisations to maintain the families of these ordered to report for military or public labor. The Joint Distribution Committee is also arranging to provide funds to enable the OZE and other Jewish child care organisations in Paris to evacuate more than %  '' ll(l refugee children into the Interior where they will be | maintained for the duration of the war in special homes. NOTES (BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL) In reporting some of the high* lights of the State Convention this column failed to mention certain matters of interest. This was due to lack of space Jim time. —B i 'ongratulations to I! r o t h e r Milton A. Friedman who was named chairman of A /.. A activities for the State. B A %  ; '. of humor wa< injected into thi • %  ; IUS aspect of the f"oi entioi Brotl r S'athan Adcln exl ended a hearty welcome ai.\l br il herly hand I i a small of boj attending .i South| nclave of Sj rians being hold simultaneously, wil ual words of B'nai B'rith greet%  -.%  only to regretfully di boys happened to be Syi ians ai.d not A /. A. boys, her Adelman's embarrassment was overshadowed only by the amusement of his Brothers H I'., and amazement of the Syrians In all fairness, however, Brother Adelman. it could have happened to ai.'yone! B The next regular meeting of Sholem Lodge will be held on Tuesday evening. September 26th at Biscayne Masonic Temple, corner of N W. First Street and I 15th Avenue. The Brothels are looking forward to this meeting j since it will be the first important business session since early in August. There will be reports on| the recent Jax Convention. Bio. j ('resilient Pallot will make an exhaustive report which should interest all Brothels. _B— Your reporter was appointed chairman of the meetings committeenewly organized to pie-ent and arrange for interesting meetings of Sholein Lodge. For the next meeting. September 26, your writer will 1 e assisted by Brothers Burnett Roth, Ben I.e Vine and Isadotv Ziukomick. B For the Sentemher 26th meet-, Ing we are scheduled t< have as guest speaker, the Honorable Pat Cannon, Congressman from this District, pr ivided P re si d e n t Roosevelt's special session of Congress does not denriv J ol this pleasure and privilege. B Kmthe coming Jewish New Year, your reporter in behalf of Sh ilem Lodge wishes to each and every Brother a Hanpy and Prosperous New Year May the work of B'nai B'rith continue for the betterment of all Jewry. ALIEN VOLUNTEERS IN FNOLAND WILL B F TREATED AS ENGLISH London. (WNS)—Application* from refugees living; in England who seek to enl ; st in the British army will be placed on file ami they may be called in limited numbers as their services ar> !"quired. War Secretary Leslie lloie Belisha announced in the House of Commons. IIore-Beli sha's announcement, which clarifies the status of exiles in England, -aid that refugees who register for serviie Will be treated as regular British volunteers INTERGOVERNMENTAL REFUGEE BOARD WILL BE CONTINUED Washington. (UN'S l Confirming a statement issued by Secretary of state Cordell Hull, Myron (' Taylor, vice-chairman of the Inter-Governmental Refugee Committee, declared that the committee would meet in October at the White House, as scheduled. Diplomatic representatives of some of the 32 interested governments may replace the delegates, the State Department said, but the general work of the committee will be carried on. with ai I expected "as developments make aetioi; possible." Thi six man directorate of the eommittei re*i resenting England, Frhnce, The Nethe.lan.l-. Brazil, the %  til e and the United States originally I een in. It< tl I i atti n I the Whit. House < 'onfei ei cc. It as learned that the • %  tion of the refugees, whi h Mr. Tayl r des rib. d as "tragic," had be.-n considerably worsened ry the conflict in Europe. The refugees who wow have found temporary shelter in England, Franet and other countries, have been housed in old prisons, tent camps. and temporary shelters, and are under the strictest regulati >ns. These establishments, which are virtual concentration ramps, have been placed under military guard since the outbreak of hostilities, which have made it almost impossible to move refugees from Central European countries to the Americas or t i other countries willing to accept them. American Consulates in England and France have temnorarily suspended issuance >>f quota immigration visas Secretary of State Hull Bald that the Euronean war had greatly complicated the removal of aliei nolitieal refugees fr m certain European countries but that the work of the Refugee Board would be continued by the United States Philadelphia. (WNS -Claifence II I'ickett executive secretary of the American Friends Servi e Committee, announced that the committee will continue itassistance to German and Spanish refugees in Fur pe "as long as we can be useful in the situation." London. (WNS The office of the Intergovernmental Refugee Committee has reen closed and the Bureau meiged with the offi, ,of S : r Herbert Fill. League Refugee High Commis%  who is also director of the that the committee will reman bureau. It was also announced in existen e. JEWS IN PALESTSINE REGISTER FOR SERVICE Jerusalem. (WXS-Palcor Agi j i An i ight-day pi riod of re| I ion I f all male and fen' v ol tr.teers bel -een I he ages I is and 56 began on Sunday. Si i teml er 16. it was a oun< ed by the Executives of the Jewish A"' ncy and Vaad Leumi, Registration i fifces were i e.l throughout the country to obtain' enlistments foi national serv it v and assists cc t" the Brit sh Army when called for. Meanwhile the Government > %  %  quisitioned the Jewish steams Atid for a month, apparent 1 }' to convey stores for the Palest'm military from a Mediterranean base List Disturbances Toll For August A list of casualties resulting f r o m disturbances in August showed that ST persons had been killed and 59 wounded during the the month Of these '.' Jews we e killed and .'!1 womvded. Four of those -lain and five of the number wounded were policemen. while the balance were civilians. < : v B v itom> were killed and II wi %  wounded.



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' 1 FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVENTEEN THE SHOWDOWN (BY RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF) CONGREGATION BETH JACOB -MIAMI BEACH "Anil it came to pass, whin Joshua was ly Jericho, that he lifted up his eyes and looked, and b< hold, then da man over agairat him with hi* sword drawn in his hand. And Joshua unto him and said unto him, 'Arl thou for us or for our adversar%  Hi re is. a Biblical illustration of what we call today a "show dow i ". A I write this Se Vila's message this same showdown is being employed throughout the world by rations threaten ng ci me embroiled in an unimaginable woi 1.1 c o n f 1 i c t I %  each ca| forth I %  rii. other I he nui -1 ion, "Arc friend or fiie'.'" I ere can b no answer, "I am %  itral I am nonpartisan, an • • • bystander" Oni is either fi iend or foi ; if then one is automatically the other. Th i Jew, too, lias called a show I wn. The generation wh %  I %  endlessly of equality ul '^> P'-'t t<> the u %  %  %  • g this and enl ghtenment, of love of pa I yeai have shown Jew and admiration for his cul ,.-.,. .,.;,,.. Many others hai ture, has n d in practice the -xpressed themselves in valliuv, old ravage word of bigotry, inf„ %  ; navt rus hed to the • lerance and oppression. Wc : : ,. 0 f | srae | harrassed. The know now many of our foes, and showdown has made i-lear for us therefore are better equipped to ,,„,i,,-,.. „f | lat tl P irselves. There arc still. j, ; ,,,,,own community a showman) whose stand towards Jewrj d own was ,. : ,n,.,| for the first tim< is more or less of an enigma. We this past year Th Feleratio n of md a showdown. Jewish Welfare Funds disco\ Some of our "best friend.* wno amongst us were Jewish MR. AND MRS. MAURICE GROSSMAN AM) DAICiHTKHs NAOMI & RITA t %  i % A! KXTKNI) In Al.l. .1KWKY l\ In ili' i tl'fici rs, I '.naiiIs of Din i <>f lli.< V. M. II. A. ami V. W. II. A. 1 cir iil'l'iliatci| iictivitics, siNt I:I;I: \\ ISIIKS \<>\i A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS -*-' NEW YEAR friends; who. by refusal to participate in this waited effort to support many of the internal al. national, r< e i and lo'-nl ii' gan : zat ons, at on declared them selves as fin -. A No statement could deny the pertinence of the question, "Are you f %  ien 1 or foe'.'" No actioi one could place a Jew among our i riends. The Feder ition f • mm a %  r sc. many a bitt< r %  %  %  !' lintmel '. many a pli peas surance, when ih1 • h< wdown wn< completed. We I PSl "Wardthe -i W l"\' l to be called tl winter. We hope it will reveal the ranks of our enemies growing f ". • weaker; the ranks of '" %  growing st r mgi r in i uml i • I C'llll (1 alone in matti r of f : i our rommunil y. T many vis think that a f tri%  e already makes us sufficiently loyal Jews: sufficii unto our pc pie; ffi un*o ourselves. Thai far from thi ti ith, Judaism rests on m re than help of nff] [ted It r I n aid to reftigi • • : nn ,l '.'•;'. •,•;'. | a call a sh v. I v ir ty in the coming year In tl matte's too, W must l\ fr i nd from foe. Results f cultural program =. adult edu at nal lasses %  ends "f Ji ture are few indeed. Att< i of our own metnl ers and at daily Sabbath ai d II dy D : services reveal-again mi re % %  of r ligion than friends. Ai beyond dispute, those who are not friends must be f >es, since they undermine the place, importance and influen %  of n not alone in their i wn livi in the growii g lifi of their chil dren, and in the life of our grow ing community. We must all a '• %  "> i: the sphere f i : ation. An ...... of par ents ,: ink that ; > • I i : %  i i... out of Sunday Si 1 ai ly Ihoy are. if not frlei im, i-iTlainlj • %  mil -! Tl minti the J. % %  '' %  • suent in th< ir pi I f %  mi %  •' We musi call a showdown In matterof Jewish obsi • • tion on oar entire roniii. Flagrant violations f Kashruss observance in butcher shops, restaurants hotels, which affect tourist population, i ui o\\ n more than that, I he i i eritj within our own Jewish families. There must be a -ii wdownII ry Jewish man an I won i e one or the other: an act intere ted, inquiring fri< nd, or. automatii ally, a foe Yes, the time f r a show has come. We ho| Kashruss, whii h .dear gr at number as it shi uld iffers JH our comm not because of the i M enemies, but becausi f la friends. This [ ast year rought to thi %  which cast an ujrl} rTjGUST BROS Ry? J^ IS thv BEST' yi a: will find every .d w a id ; •.' i stalw ..' %  i proudlj ng bj deed mu foi ai e fi w, frii and inci asing. I u i.-h you a a Happ; N. v. Vear. 'JJ THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE Greater Miami Jewish Cemelerv Association AND AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS KXTKNI) TO Al.l. .IKW.UV Sincere Wishes for a Year of Life, Health and Happiness LEVY DRUGS, INC. 302 S. Morgan Street TAMPAFLA Extends to Ail Jewry A HAPPY AND PRnsPKRors XK\v VI-:AI; CJrei Ou Garden Theatre YOUR THEATRE \elir.i-!>a and 20th \'.< %  -. Tampa, Ha. BEST PICTURES A N! i BEST PRICES HEARTIEST WISHES HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR PAT WHITAKER TAMA. FLORIDA A n\rn AMI


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r FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN S/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/S/Z NAMES AND PEOPLE (BY ANNETTE MENDELSOHN) Rita Benton was inordinately lish lak country and in Scotproud of her name. There was land. WO particular reason for her pride. So, at seventeen Rita felt that The name unlike others of which she had seen the world. And, people ar proud did not signify her Knjrlish accent was the deany great grandmother who had litrht of her new group, helped soldiers in the American Having l> va brought up in Revolution nor did it reflect :< London. Rita decided that it would grandfather who had fought on he fun to go to College in New either sid • in the American Civil York City. It would serve to War. Asked about the Spanish American War. Rita would have returned a blank -tare. There could have lien no Rough Rider in h'T more immediate anceatry, Nn. pride iff fighting blood certainly played no part in Rita's love of her name. She simply liked the sound of it She felt that •'Rita Benton" portrayed the slim, dark hailed young being that was herself to anyone who m L-ht happen to hear it. Having a name like that was. in Rita's estimation, almost a gateway to adventur that was beyond the ken of Janes and Bettys and Fdiths. Besides, Rita felt that her name round out her experience. After much study and discussion of the various schools in th xplored some new (SHEETINGS Court House Milliard Room place Germany was never suggested, but Rita didn't think of that because Bhe was so fond -f that there could n ver be lime France and the lowland touiitrii enough to explore all the pla her father knew about there. As Rita advanced into n r te ns she had begun t. read the newspapers and tinproblem of the .lews always seemed to be there. Seldom did she r ad beyond the headlines oi those articles because thenwas something innately d.stastful about them. Then, one day while wandi about London with her fathi >. they had noticed a new club ho ISC M mil nun ii on Page 21) I WISHING A HAPPY NEW YEAR I The I'.est 1111(1 Biggeil ill ill tile South Billiard Room Supplies MORRIS BAIN. President I I I I j 2 74.V2. ::7 -II Miami Ct.j NEW YEAR GREETINGS JONES LUMBER CO. 2468 N. W. 23rd STREE' 'I'n All Kir Jewish Kriends I i i MCALLISTER I i U i i • i • i • i • i • i • i j GORDON ROGERS, Prop. Wishing < Kir Jew ih Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Sixth Street Drug Store 1474 S. W. 6th Street I'linlle :'.-."•i'_V! SKW YEAH GKEKTINOS L' I I I I I I I i FLORIST I-Hi i.\K 2-3773 BEST WISHES FOR A 1IAITY NEW YEAR FALK'S Delicatessen added a special flavor to her ,,, |;;,., ( v ., p ro fessor who seembackground. Since her father ,.,| tll think tnilt sitting behind a had happened to be the English registration tall, was quite as representative of his firm. she :„,,„„ %  an a palt ,,f teaching as j 667 West Flagler St. I had been horn in England and had anything else. lived most of the seventeen years Seated quietly at a table, Rita of her life there. Instead of havpu l| e( j out her fountain pen and ing spent summer vacations on started to fill in the blank as diCape Cod as so many of the girls rected. She was not loathe to in Albany had. Rita had gone neat |y print her name: BENTON. with her father to Paris, or to RJXA. Place of Birth: London, watering places in Belgium, or to Kngland. Parent: merchant, one of the little towns on the Names ,,f schools: shore of the Mediterranean. There So far. so good Then. Rita had been a summer in the Kngreached the place that asked for SKASdN's GKKETINtiS } from Richard A. Belskam Structural Engineer MIAMI. 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* FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FORTY SEVEN the cause of world peace, ; %  -; well as a reaffirmation of our respective faith-." said the tati men! President Roosevelt has utronjrly endorsed observance of Loyalty Days In a letter sen! from the While House i" Dr. K Graham Wilson, chairman 'f the Executive < omn ittee for Religion and \v. f ire R overy the President wrod "There i %  er has been a imc our history when there was a deeper need for calling i" to faith in religion than the present moment. In the c mtemporary conflict between nations and rai ear.vl their philosophies of human society, wc must keep undimmed our pi rspe< I \\ • %  on itual values." The President further wi "I am gratified to learn that Ihi Call i> again going forth for the nationwide observance of [.oyaltj Days by our ehurches and synagogues, to bring the minds and heaitof men back to con %  usness of the fatherhood of Cod, the brotherhood of man and the sanctions of religion, in services of worship and rcdedication to those ideals. Upon them alone can the structure of our civilization rest in security and confi.i. e I" gi\ • g out tne statement Charles V. Vickrey. executive chairman said: "Loyalty Payare a 'mobilization of the sp ual forces' of America to strengthen the bonds of world peace ami good will acontrasted with mobilization of military forces of F. I rone in international strife. The more than 10.000 soldiers now m bilized in Europe are given no option in answering daily call Just i i\ pry hun h member, who has any sense of loyalty to hireligious vow-, taken when he joined the church or was firmed, should n cmi • ion in these days of w irldw ide stress and peril, to ai knowlege in formal church serXew York, (WNS)—The Federation of Polish Jews in America announced that the Third Biennial World Conference of Federations of Polish Jews scheduled to be held here during the week of September 18-25, will take place despite the inability of t h e delegates from European countries to come here owning to the War situation. Benjamin Grasskopf and .1. I.. Wohlman of the Federation of Polish Jewi n Palestine, who came here adelegates and arrived a week ago, will remain for. the coi fi renc, it was said. Del[ egates from Brazil, Areent'na. Chile. Uruguay, Paraguay, Mexic '• f'ul a. Canada. Palestine am! the L'nited Statewill attend Be ause of new developments m th.e pr< vailing situati n the ] ; i of the conference will he adjusted, 'lie question of emeri' 1 • t' ai I ion for the Jewish %  .... suff< ring the i of war i n the combat ?. 'i'e•' Poland expi ted t he hief : : robli ms of •I. -A -li ri fugees of Polish origin and t : and i • mie conf Polish Jews dwelling in \nrious ti ps of 'he woi ; 'i :" !' %  land, ialso listed for iiiussion. New York, i UN'S i Samuel Untemeye attorney, I ed tiechairman?hip •' Nat I' %  '_•• ni y i'ommittee for Ri ef in Poland, il v\aann e.l here by the Federation ef Polish Jewin AmericaWIPE OUT Business Losses caused by inaccurate records Use the MR. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FORTY FIVE '*' that was required for the encourj exercise only a limited control agement and protection of the over all the economic factors that settlers 11 • turned to t H<• problem make for sound and integrated colonization, The colony in British AMERICAN JEWF.Y HONORS MEMORY OF LOUIS MARSHALL i in ill,iici'iision nf tin' 'IVntli Anniversary of tindeath id' .Mr. Miii'sliiill. plcwisli lenders made n pilgrimage to Ins prnve mi Monday. September 111It. The picture (above sliows Mr Marshall I'ehig presented with a signed testimonial of lO.O'MI friends rn the neeasinn of his seventieth birthday in December. 1!'J>. In this rare photograph from lefl ii. right are the late Nathan Straus, the late Kelts M Warluirif, lite late Louis Mar-hall. David A. lirown. Sol M. Strooek. and Dr. Cyrus Adler. Mr. Marshall's successor as presidctil of the American Jewish Committee. CAN JEWS PIONEER IN LATIN AMERICA? (BY ESTELLE M. STERNBERGER) Seven Vrl ami The •'• -'' ili.iil In Inu yell llli ... .11. IK ,..>•Ill Ulllll \.,,, In K %  Slernliei EI r. Kx< ItlM IMli-eliH of VA % %  I*' ..,,,. '. I III I ml • •" 1,1• oiml anil lull i n.itlinial 1" •>i.f ihe %  The • r fail!"'." Tin i 1 1. ,. -' eltli %  '" ,i i, Vmei I? w hill are the n nil hn • %  '" ,., witli Tin -. II n mil""" .. • .; -..-.-. I liy tn<' I the Inten lln i ferenei : \ %  State* I Lima. Peru, -• I In hail tin n|i|ii ... Mneiii .m TIIK KIUTMR The recent decision of the British gi • to try an experiment "I" colonizing with a small r nf refugi c Jews in Brit '>sh Guiana, awakens n tw fold react nn. The I that it ha caused egrce of resentnii i ; for an expel men! is open to the i %  nion of putting the j, -.. for his colonizing ii .•-. The set >nd rea tion ini n questi m: ILatin Amera • ed to p %  e the Jew a eal? PI • Ji w, through his work in effectively destn \' the theory that the Jew • >i convert empty spaces into fruitful and profitable areas. The Arab? can qualify as competent witnesses on the point of the Jew s competency as a p oneer. It has been demonstrated in Palestine—and yes. even in Germany that the Jew do*> not believe life is empty unless lie -a:. become a physician, lawyet, Professor or merchant. Thai •'• %  monst rat ion has been made on a tiemend >u scale in Poland and in the United State-. In the presidential campaign of 1936. some campaigners tried to make unfair capital "ut "f the fact that Jew* like David Dubinsky and Sidney Hillman were prominent in the labor groups backing Franki n Delano Roosevelt. The fact that Jews represented an imp >i labor .lenient in the United States was gl ssed over. 1 am fearful that a small -• ab ex] eriment in British Guiana may not be amide to display the pi >i rcring power "f Jewish settler.* The Jew has been successsful Palestine because he was free establish every kind of service of hydro-electric power and c introlled its development. He was privileged to harness the waters of the Jabbok and the Jordan He developed factories f ir em I the soil of Palestine. He sol up factories that could utilize tl< | products "f the farms. He in.v du ed industries that Could utiliv." the labor of those member" "f the family or community who were not needed on the farms A Standard of income and living was fostered that made for economic safety. It is extremely important 'hat the experiment in British Guiaeti B laranti e I all the amplitude hat the Jew has hitherto ei." % %  •.! %  .I in PalestineThe Jew in Pales fine has been the beneficiary of considerable subsidies. There n i to deny that fact. Bui iip-ther is there any need for disparaging the accomplishments < ( Jewish pioneers in Palestine cause i if those subsidies. That ext. rnal aid is typical of vast nn a p'e e of land and daring h ; m to make good, after the fashion of Daniel Boone, is out of dateThat is the way -lews regan farming in the United States and failed ii: so many instances. It is not the attitude th it makes the Jewish Agricultural Society a valuable force today. The experimental group in British Guiana w 11 need considerable help from the outside world. They will need that aid more urgently and even more liberally than the recent settlements in Pale-tine because the colonists in British Guiana will most likely Guiana should not be limited to thi -Iwho will agree to till the s .ii and to engage in no other kind of labor. That colony will have better chances for it could enjoy the cooperation of settlers whose business i: would be I %  dint pei a' ing enterpi ises, That fr'ngc of ei ng en lerpriseshould be led by mi women who are in i plete sympathy with the tillers of thi The Jewish colonizers %  Pal were free to set up their own ei eluding cooperative typi s of industry, if they regarded that type as essential to t!i safety of their colonizing p gram It would <• inl know what degree -f economic planning the Jewish colonists in B %  -:: Guiana ei |oy, Jewish colonists in British Guiana are bound to succeed if the preparatory soil of economic latitude is cultivated ascientifi ally as is planned for the rial ural >ilThat phase of the experiment concerns no more than the nossihlc scept : ci-m about our ability to make good as pioneers. The second ouestion stimulated by the prospective British Guiana experiment is this: if the Jew succeeds there, will other Latin American areas be fair to the lew aid welcome hm as a desirable settler? The chances for an affirmative answer to that question depends on several factors. There is. first of all. the extensive anti.lewi-li propaganda in latin America fo-tered by the Third Reich and her agents, Germany, the persecutor of Catholi ism within Germany, has been propagandizing the Latin Ameri anI loot upon the Jew athe i i 'hristianitj The Catholic Church loyal f illow ei Latin Am proport ionate to esl population than in any at ea of the world It that where I iya • %  th-Church iso preponderai t in thi • %  • any gi >up hat is sun with the slander of hostility, would not make IllUi h hei with that population. The '• %  faces a tremendous hallei gi to ndustries on dispel this unw an ai ted ai d r.i. inonous suspicion that Gi n agent arcinsl [he Lai Amciicaiv mind. It seems to me that we ought to mi I disUni %  ion between ed nation I %  mask •InNazi and educat %  • % %  the lew in a right ligl I Th fa i ( ontinued on Pace liii RABBI DR. and MRS. JACOB H. KAPLAN | Wish for all Jewry, and parj tieiilarly the members and worshippers of B'NAI ISRAEL | | CONGREGATION I St. Petersburg! Florida I I A HAPPY NEW ^ EAR | .f *.. Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop and DAUGHTER EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE | Officers and Members of CONG. OHEY SHOLOM Orlando, Florida and t" Jewrj ai Large + I RABBI and MRS. DAVID L ZIELONKA and SON Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and worshippers of CONG. SCHAARAI ZEDEK Tampa. Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. RABBI and MRS. SIDNEY BOGNEK and DAUGHTER extend to the offii .and members of TempiIsrael | Dayl na. Florida. all j Jewry Sincere Wishes For a VEM HAPPY NEW YEAR %  + I MANUEL GREENSTEIN Wish for all Jewry, and parI tieiilarly the members and worshippers of CONG. BETH EL of West Palm Beach. Fla. A HAPPY NEW YEAR I I I I I I I I I I RABBI and MRS. ABRAHAM A. KELLNER and DAUGHTER and SON : .; • n i| .1 I particularly the officers and members of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and its Ladies Auxiliary, sincell I I I I RABBI Rabbi and Mrs. COLMAN A ZWITMAN MaX Shapil'O RABBI and MRS LASARUS LEHRER I j Extends to all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL I SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS SEW YEAR DAUGHTER and SON Wish for all Jewryand particularly the members and officers „f Beth David Congregation, a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR o o 0 Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of B'NAI ZION CONG. of Key West. Fla. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR I I I I I I i i i i i i Extend to part cu ai ly all the Jewry ai d members of TEMPLE ISRAEL I SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS \I-.w YEAR — + I r i I RABBI and MRS. I 1 ALEX S. KLEINFELD r Rabbi | Adolph Burger I Wishes the..ff: ieml ers I and worshippers of Cong. I Rodoph Shol 'in. Tampa, Fla I and the Jews of Florida A HAPPY XKW VKAi; MR. AND MRS LOUIS GADON i i i i i i i i t Particularly I i I i I I I I i ift'ii Kxteiul In all Jewry ninl tile Ulllllli, rs and Mi tubers i>1 Beth David Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year TAMRA ELAINE and Her Parents Cantor and Mrs. MAURICE MAMCHES Wish for the Members Officers of Beth Jacob Congregation -Hid • largo A HAPPY NEW YEAR llles nuAii and heartfelt wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. MOSES MESCHELOFF | and DAUGHTER and SON Wish for all Jewry and par. tieiilarly the members and officers of Beth Jacob Congre gation. Miami Poach, a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR i t t i • I t i i • t i i I i I REV. and MRS NATHAN WROOBEL and FAMILY WISH ALL THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS \MI ALL JEWRY A %  •KISVA V'CHSIM \ TOYAH" i t i I i i t I



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PAGE FORTY SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 CAN JEWS PIONEER IN LATIN AMERICA? (Continued from Pace l">I tl I atin A:. ai maj tun fas f 1 picture Nazi %  • Califon a'a h si >ry. f .| %  • r • % %  ssai : j meat [t is i iv ible that strikes ever larger arena alu tuil, Abba Hillel Silver and Ral !>; Jonah B. Wise, Nat i a! i Chairmen of the United J j Appeal for Refugees and Overseas d in a New Year's statement i i the American Jewmmuivity. "War intensifies evry human m and instead of dim ases every human ref %  %  t; %  '.' :% %  ra .f, ,. J •, would I il r< a I %  "" stat : '" : : ; : y. M ex j ] The New Year's message N • unn ash task! about marrias rou9 %  ''''•" '' v id be eas But tit na •; • not Tl J V ai %  %  ATJ I i the "am t follow f the first \ f the United Ji wish Appeal and ].. i 0 f fl that it is the fun< tion of the tries, a new sen 5 ft i il Gerj Jews of A U s I' n. Ref if %  would frightened a: the thought of i -' fw thousand Jaj t "'•" • a rai % %  • % %  %  I success! In i the s-via S > ( %  i life. P. vii % % %  :---'• %  f the U rdingly i ag :" M : tirg futu Ja Mexi promotes i for Nazi for 1 -. th |' %  f nationala I | Tl t pi f Jewish "if ... nment'a -' %  f jjl I] t' P nt Cardena '. :. \ I blood, and • Indian po] he d %  •: in ; i %  • petuati %  % %  I lians He has I •' Out of that ] %  that Men would pt Jew; ..• %  tin voeat i i mer.t iThe l • %  %  f Jews %  %  r. E -:.•• % %  • • • -' J % %  %  I States has rted ... which would meet the needs t Inrefugees here, in Ea I n Europe mid in Palestine. "The situation has changed so rapidly in the las! few weeks that no statement "f present i tions can be made which is not in some way :i prophecy "f what is to happen. It is. therefore, not the intention of the United Jewish Appeal nt the present time to alter in any way its previous arrangemen! with the American community, but il iit* intent. continue .-•* vigorously as p to pro •" iwhich ari more than ever needed. •\\ : ,, •.. • %  iv human %  MI and instead of din in:;. every human reI • : %  America : a i %  ft's • f way ts from 1 he strictest %  -• ...... "At tl that we ereati %  %  action whi h used for i hih : ghest humai itarian put Amerii a 'andtall and al as a watch-tower in the turmi i! of tiie world of today. It is %  symbol of hope to dying and. doomed millions. As good Americans we are that dis•: and continue to be niee vocational stij ins. But that requirement would by no means disqualify .lows as immigrants into Mexico. The real bar t.> their entrance would be the issue of irrtermarriagl The male Jewish workers. aeeking admission, would not be able to take their Jewish fiancees of PIG TRAIL INN M i -:SEASON'S GREETINGS HOTEL NORFOLK IN THE HEART OF MIAMI Friendly — Reasonable Efficient i N. w "th St., Miami l'.. D BROWN. Mgr. BEST WISHES ON THE NEW YEAR Coral Way Cleaners, Inc. 223 Coral Way Coral Gables 4-1345 %  + i | i i i j i +INC. HERB FRINK Where Service and Qual! I C L A R K DREDGING CO. Nolan-Peeler .Motors. Inc. i i LA SALLE I CADILLAC PONTIAC I I ity Reign Supreme 343 S. W N River Drive | 204 4 Biscayne Blvd. MIAMI. FLORIDA WISHING ALL OF OCR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALDRITT ELECTRIC MOTOR CO AND SUBSIDIARY HURRICANE FAN CO. 6 N. W. FOURTH STREET PHONE 2-6147 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR VAL C. CLEARY The Jersey Ice Cream Co., Inc. 62 N. E. 27th STREET PHONE 2-1751 EXTENDS TO ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES for a A HAPPY NEW YEAR I I +%  • TO i UK MANY PATRON'S AND FRIENDS A HOST HAPPY NEW YEAR I S I DULCIE CIGAR CO., Inc 120 N. W. 25th STREET-PHONE 2-4360 BEST WISHES !' %  "R HAPPY NEW YEAR Ives Certified Dairy Ojus Florida Phone 2-7162 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO 01'R MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS THE MANAGEMENT OF MIAMI Drive-in Theatre N. W. 7th Avenue and 81st Street SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PERRY'S DAIRY 626 N. W. Tenth Street PHONE 2-7221 CLEAN MILK RAW i R PASTEURIZED FROil MY OWN TESTED HELD st and safes en you < )



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o \ } FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FORTY-ONE THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) ontinucd from Page 3) erh (.1 Week Celebration. Ad• wore made by Rev. Dick Evan*. Mr. William Hardie and R Abraham Kellner. Greetings by Milton A. Friedman. Proarranged by Maurice GrOBSmai Presided over by Dr. Be • man. .March 15. 1939 Judge Meir rink. Justice of the New Y Supreme Court, spoke on "Am Semitism in America." %  2< —May 16. 1939. Y. W. H. A. th ir Annual Mother's Day I'I g am. MrsSam (Ida Enjrler' Speetor, presided Adress by Ral Max Shapiro. 21 June 7. 1989. Annual Y. M. H V elections were held. K Albert Pallot %\as elected preaidi VI Grossman, vice-presirknt, Leon Lieberman. secretary. Sat Blumberg, treasurer. Board no-.is eleected were: Dr. Har-; Rand. Herman Waitsman. Dr. Sam Beckman. .lack Apte. II... .. Schwartz, Adolph Haimes, I Safan, Leo Robinson. Irving Qu( do, Fred Shochet. Harry Gord and Al Berkowitz. 2C—Inly 5, 1939. Abe Arono%  itl ddreased the Y: Al Pallot d 23.—July 12, 1939. Installation, of officers, program in charge of, IkL vin and .lack Abbott. lugusl 2. 1939. Exhibition by M ami Police Championship Pis-1 Team led by Chief Leslie ] Q itAugust 1!'1939. WIOD r: program. Address by E. Al • • Pallot and Maurice Crossin:. 2f August •-'7. 1939. Open hi .%  celebration :n • fi iends t"; of tin That, my friends, concludes the cultural part of the Y activities. Now we wish to mention the de ds of our Athletic Department. 1.—Diamond-ball — Manager, Dr. Barney Weinkle, led the 1938 team to the second half championship and in the final came With the. Y. M. C. A for the title of the Miami Beach League was lardy nosed out 6-5. Members of the team are: Nat Blumberg. Al Reisman. Ralph Grossman. Stau1 y Weinkle. Art Kahn. Rov Speier, 15111110. I.eo Lipowsky, Benny Cilman. Izzie Mayer. Murray Mantell, Murray Cooper, Superman. Harry Golden. Frank Cilman. bat-boy. 2.—Bowling—The initial formation of a Y. M HA. Bowling team this year saw Jack Apte as manag r. The Y. team was victorious ir.' winning the commercial iluckpin league title. Following this a strictly Y. MHA membership league was formed with the following membera participating: Nat Blumberg. recently crowned champion of the Miami Herald Duckpin championship leads the lir the Post Yoni Kippur Dance must te turned in to the Y. by Wednesday, September 20th,—Thank you! -> New Year Greetings MODERN CLEANERS 712 N. E. Second Ave. MIAMI. FLORIDA I PROPERTY IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED ere wishes New Year, for H • With the one provision that th" 1 anticipated revenue rolls in our Board of Directors expects to make many improvements to the grounds, also the erection of B basket ball court, which will also be used for tennis, dancing hand ball, volley-ball, badminton court. wrestling and boxing. During the — &f HAPPY NEW YEAR James M. Forrest 511 N. Miami Avenue REST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR RAY MILLER TAX ASSESSOR MIAMI BEACH SINCERE GREETINGS OR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SAXON CIGARETTE SERVICE 3998 N. E Second Ave. .MIAMI. FLORIDA | i I HAPPY NEW YEAR | i 1 tt SECOND AVE. STOVE CO. 201 N. W. Second Ave. PHONE 3-138 : New and Rebuilt Gas and Electric Stoves l' t i 1 A HAPPY NEW YEAPv FROM The ljoung tzl\l\pi's. CTjeinsjw ^—fiioziatio-. OF GREATER MIAMI AND ITS AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS COMPRISING: V. M. H. A. V. W. H. A. HOME CAMP JUNIOR DIVISION SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION BOY SCOUT TROOP NO. 6 GIRL SCOUT TROOP NO. 23 MEETING PLACE OF: A Z A HABANOTH CLUBS MIAMI JEWISH CEMETERY ASSOCIATION BONS AND DAUGHTERS OF WORKMEN S CIRCLE DRUM AND BUGLE CORP. SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF WORKMAN CIRCLE SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY SUNDAY SCHOOL MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION WORKMEN S CIRCLE ACTIVITIES (A) CULTURAL & EDUCATIONAL Debating-, Lectures, Public Forums, Dramatics. Book Review, Library. (B) ATHLETICS: Badminton, Basket-Bali, Billiards. Bowline:, Boxin*. Checkers, Chess. Diamond-Ball. Ping Pong, Volley Ball, Horse Shoe Pitching, Wrestling. (C) SOCIAL Amateur Nights, Dances, Concerts, Musicals, Professor Ouizz Contests, Hot Do? Roasts, Watermelon Festivals Picnics. (D) MISCELLANEOUS: Social Service Department. Vocational Guidance Department. Uzlp. Ud Build A fau-Ltfi SammunUu QervteA



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN A Rosh Hashonah Message from tli v President of the United States to American Jewrv ^SKLIN D.ROOS^T,|> nil-: wniTK nuisi: WASHINGTON PAGE THIRTEEN TII ; : :> -I i \\ • ^!: people of Aiucrieii i extent! I .1! irrt'etinifi for I lie New Yejir. w:\i ih< assiii'iiner t>f in\ iippreeii'itioii of I lie muter in] 11ml eiiliuriil eoiilriluitions wliieli my fellow eiti/.ens • <( the .Jewish fiiith continue in make towaril tin ilevelnouienl HIHI welfare "I' the nut ion. KRAXKLIN l> RoosEVKl.T. HAPPY NEW YEAR ORCHID BEAUTY SALON OPEN TUESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS 639 S. W 12th AVE. PHONE 3-3558 A HAPPY NEW YEAR Paul K. Jenkins M. 1). 1 1 I CHAS. M. SAMPLE AND ASSOCIATES OF THE FLORIDA j I Exterminating Co. MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA | • 46 S. W. Is St Phone 2-2955 EXTEND NEW YEAR | GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS GREETINGS I.. A. JONES SERVICE. In. VIRGIL F. GASPER PHONE 3-3631 Complete Automobile Repairing and Rebuilding 150 N. W. FIRST ST. -1 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CHARLES G. HANNOCK i DADE COUNTY SURVEYOR j NEW YEAR GREETINGS f 10 Years Same Location and Management | AUTO COLLISION WORKS. INC. | 125.135 N. E. 13th St.—Ph. 2.1538 | CHAS. WINKELMAN. Mgr. (JEW YEAR GREETINGS J. Barbash and Sons, Inc. PARKING SERVICE 261 N. E. 1st St. —Phone 2-8"94 j SINCERE WISHES FOR A I | HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS j i NEW YEAR j CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE. 1321 S. W. 40th Ave. j | Phone 4.2914 Coral Gables | A HAopv NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS Acme Supply Co. ".. E. Sixth Street MIAMI. FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR | MAX H. FRIEDSON | AND FAMILY FRIEDSON CONSTRUCTION CO. I 1632 Pennsylvania Av— M. Beach RAY DtL VALLE AND ASSOCIATES OF THE DEL VALLE CONSTRUCTION CO. Extend Sincere Wishts (or a Happ) & I'roHperotiM Xew Year • ;U:I:TI\<;S i-m; .\ IIAITY XKW YKAI{ • Herman Wall HAPPY NEW YEAP Florida Foundry & Pattern Works Iron. Brass and Aluminum Castings Wocd and Metal Patterns BRONZE TABLETS '05 East Twentieth Street Phone 8-2272—Hialeah. I la. TO OUR MANY FRIEN.DS AMD PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW NEAR FAN TAN SHOP (WOMEN'S APPAREL' 39 E Flagler St. —Phone I I I I I I I I I <;I;I:I:TI.\I;S TO Oil* Kl; I KM is i J U R EIT' S !| B A K E R Y "Bakers of the Best" Spceializinu in ; i I si xi Kin-: WISIIKS HAPPY NEW YEAE i %  liKST WISIIKS TO Ol'H JEWISH li. V f. r H HAPPY NEW YEAR from tlie Royal Palm Club MIAMI'S LARGEST AND FINEST SUPPER CLUB OPEN ALL THE YKAR m N'KW YEARS ORKETIXOS m vnr D A R D E N REALTY CO. I' l \V nil Ave. M HI i lieneli IIfiriflii j ALBERT E. PURCHASE I J. DARDEN MARSHALL SlXi ERE WISIIKS %  I li:|>i'> mid ''•' | ertiiis NEW YEAR T. H. SWEETING s.M.Ks AC.EXT THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. 547 N. E. First Ave. i House to Home Delivery J | : i 210(1 Wi si KliijHer St. IMlONE 2-111M A FRIEND i I iarDU nans mwi Greet inqs at the Start of this Year I &f %  fatm HEINZ 57 Va^ieiied V has />< i //./ good iiiimbi r for us, II < hope ili.u the year 5"00 trill I ring i r their loyalty to the 57 varieties. Wt shall always attempt to repay that loyalty by keeping to our standard of quality, which has guided us for the seventy years of our business life. To cement cur relations still further with the Jewish people <'f the United States, we have put re than 50 of our varieties und( r the supervision of the UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. When you see the emblem of approval on our labels, you know that the products are made in strict accord with all the laws of kashruth. Happy New Year! H. J. HEINZ CO. Pittsburgh, Pa. **N7 CO*' I — SINCERE GREETINGS | FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR H. M. Cassell Fish Market .-2-H. E. Second Averne 1 v AMI, FLORIDA HEINZ FOODS GUESTS AT YOU R TABLE FOR 7 0 YEARS



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PAGE FORTY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1939 "Federation" A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF GREATER MIAMI FEDERATION OF JEWISH WELFARE FUNDS BY STANLEY C. MYERS Unique Hospital School Receives National Attention A* President of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Weifan Funds, I extern! to all Jewish n:< of Greater Miami my sinci v wishes for a happy, >• and prosperous N e w Yi ai. It has often been said that the : df time a man lives counts in the hearts of his fellow-men. This saying; is equally applicable tn Mankind generally and collectively. Therefore, if we are to truly measure the time that has expi'ed since last we observed the Holy Pays, we must, in retrospect, view the aci omplishments of the Miami Jewish com ft 1 naught; it is his accomplishmunity during the past year. od deeds he performs during his lifetime that him in the eyes f his 1 eator and endear his memory Dr. and Mrs. Milton Saslaw W s|i All Their Friends ; Rcliil ivos a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. Edward Roth AND SON The catastrophic events occurring overseas daily, the annoying and dangerous a iv t i-S m i t i c movements in this country, the new and perplexing problems of welcoming and resettling refugees from for ign countries iw our community, and the unusual ial demands made by so many new and wefthy Jewish causes, placed a crave and heavy responsibility upon us all during the past year. The Jewish leaderof Miami courageously assumed this resoons'bif : ty hnd with sincerity a"l intelligence met a h new difficulty and problem as it arose Today the Jewish community in Miami, having substantially assumed and fulfilled its obligations, takes its place in the front ranks ,,f Jewish communities in America. Its accomplishments STANLEY C >n ERS President, Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds tributions from 1600 Jewish residents of the Greater Miami area, that organization was able to contribute more than $05,175 to i ijrht local, two regional, seventeen national and eleven overseas agencies. Federation served as a medium through which all Miami Jewry fulfilled its financial ol Ii gations to Jewish causes. Above — A group of juvenile patients in the National Jewish Hospital School, which celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year. Left — Samuel Schaefer, Executive Secretary of tie Hospital. It will be my fervent prayer during the coming High Holy Hays that the Jewish people of during the past year, too many ,;,„„„. Miamj W] „ r( main mjnd and varie.l to be specifically menfl ,| (lf ^eir ol tioned herein, entitles it to com mendation and praisi Needless to say. I am espeeia'ly obligations and will continue to render to Federation the support and cooperation which that organization has merited | nroud of the part played durinp during (h .. pag( ar. I the past year by the newly organized Greater Miami FederaAnd. as President of Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds tion, I extend a >pc ial greeting In the first year of its existence. strengthened by support and conFELICITATION:-: TO ALL I < 'MI'I.IM i:\Ts • | I I j DR. ALFRED i : j G. LEVIN V to the officers, director-, members and workers of Federation, who so charitably devoted themselves to the problems and ideals of uniting the community in one drive for all Jewish causes May God r ward thi m for their understanding and their faith in humanity. r -j ... A VERY HAPP^ NEW YEAR PAUL K JENKINS. M D. Lincoln Medical I'.IIIL 541 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH, FLA. ( nMI'l.l MLNTS OK DR AND MRS. | IHYINCi (iOUI)ON T i SINCERE WISHES | I I Happy and Prosperous I I I T I I DR E. THOS KINSEY I I New Year )R. IIAHOLI) HAM) l I l I Extends Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR i i BEST WISHES r'"i; A HAPPY NEW YEAR I I I I I I I I I I I I DR. .1. HOLDKN I I "" ALL Ills FRIENDS i i i i i i i i i i i i BKCKWITH KXODOXIKT Ingrj'hniii Hhlir. MIAMI. FLORIDA i i i i i i i i i i i i i V SINCERE WISHES FOR \ HAPPY NEW YEAR i'. *i" Dr. Gilbert H. White 905 Security Building A HAPPY \i:\v YKAIJ T'i ALL 'DR WALTER K. FOLEY I. i-olll lio.-ul M .. I: Dr. and Mrs. : Barney Weinkli and Familv !•: .•• %  ,11 Tht-ir lives, anil Ki'iriuK BEST WISIIKS i .. HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR T DR. MAX AUGUSTINE tit illL'tun Bid*. : i I : i I : i ii : { i: Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper and Family t* Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Relatives and Friends I.! i : i ; i! i! i i ; i ; i ; i : i : Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal and Family T Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends SiherlV Wishes for II VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR j Dr. and Mrs. i Jos. B. Margolis AND h.\l i.HTKi; T Extend tn All Tin ir >e|;iti\es mill l-'lieliilSilieeie Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR I'II I'OXT |;l ll.l)|\<. i )r i j EXTENDS Til ALL HIS FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FoR A I VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR G •£ DR. ALFRED | 0 AUGUSTINE r



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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 15, 1939 SERVICES ANNOUNCED Final preparations have been made to condu t impressive Fnclish and Hebrew Services during Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur at Congregation Ohev Shalom. Rabbi Skop and Rev. Leshiitsky have arranged the services to appeal to every Jew. This year will mark the harmonious fusion of the ancient Hebrew prayers with ii modern English interpretation. The schedule is as follows: New Year (Rosh Hashonah) WednesdaySeptember 13th. 7:no P. M. Sermon by Rabbi skop. ThursdaySeptember 14th. 7:00 A. M. Morning Service in Hebrew; 0:30 A. M. Reading of the Law; 10:15 A M. English Service; 11:00 A M. Sermon: "Self Analysis"; 11:80 A. M. Shofar Service; 12:00 to 1:00 P. M. Closing Service with Choir. Friday September l">th. same as Thursday. Yam Kippur (Day of Atonement) Friday, September 22nd. fi:00 P M Kol Nidre—Sermon Saturday. September 23rd. 7:00 A M. Horning Service In Hebrew 0:30 A M. Reading of the Law; 10:16 A M. Serin.in: "Stirrinr or Drifting?"; 11:30 A M. Yiikor • memorial) service: 1:00 l* M. English Readings; ":00 T\ M. Closing Serviie: 6:00 P M. Shofar. CHILDREN'S SERVICES ANNOUCED Thursday, September 14t n. — 11:00 A. M. Saturday. Septeml 23rd 11:00 A. M and 2:00 P. M. TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE By ruling of the Congre.a1 n Board of Direi tors e i h i< kct will cost ten dollars. T ; ;iamount can be applied on Membership in the synagogue and •' 'mmunity All members in good standing will receive two tickets free. Tickets may be prorured from NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS Miami Poultry and Egg Co. "Quality" Our Slogan Fresh Dressed Poultry Strictly Fresh Eggs 1145 S. W. Rth Street PHONE 2-2530 •h MATERNITY CASES Private Sanitarium Delivrrj Including l 1 Days I Inspitalization SUMMER RATES ONLY $6000 Splendid Care Good Food PHONE 4-6952 HAPPY NEW YEAR from VALSPAR PAINTS SINCE 1832 BINSWANGER &CO. EST. 1872 127 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-3181 Mr L S. Frankel 509 We< Church Street. Arrange for yours now! GIFTS TO SYNAGOGUE During the High Hoiy Day Services this year a numi>er of I eautiful sifts will be announced for the synagogue. The*a presentations will be made by *I >. and Mrs. Joe Ottenberg. Mr. and I. X. Burman. MrsMeo s of Winter Park and other-. Should you desire to honor 8 '• %  '< 1 one with a fitting memorial or celebrate a happy event there is no more fitting way than to pn *en' a cift to our synagogue. Rabbi Skop has a number of sug?i Rtions The finest and most lusting tribute is a memento in the House of Prayer. Stud;-i-.1 Assembly. WELCOME BACK The community welcomes back its membership after a summer of travelling! sightseeing, rest and recreationIt is impossible to list every name but the com-. munity is happy that Rash lla-h onah will find everyone back home ready for another eventful year. We must however >ay heartfelt Maze! Tov t--> the following| Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mellcw upon their marriageMr. Morris Wittenstsin upon his fine recovery SUNDAY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL OPENS The School Hoard announces first day of registration for Sunday Religious Scho >1 is Sunday. September 24th. All new p i; ; !must come accompanied with parentThe usual Si.on registration fee to cover material and hooks will be requiredRabbi Skop announces a fine faculty, most of whom will be college graduates. upon the birth of a son. Mr. and Mrs Teddy Woinrot'n upon the birth of a son. Mr and Mrs. William Liebcrman upon their marriageMr. and Mrs. Sydney F-i'u-r upon their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sternbcrg upon their marriage. Mr. an,| Mrs Simon Kessier upon birth of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Milton XalVr SINCERE WI si IKs FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DADE MILLWORK AND LUMBER CO >fl N. W. 14. Ter. 1'h. 2-26tU • "! GREETINGS from the NADLER BOYS NASSAU HOTEL 1414 Collins Avenue Miami rJeHch GREETINGS It! T S A V O Y PLAZ A HOTEL 425 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH i LI i i i i The Stuyvesant Insurance Co. New Participating Policy Issued by this Old Established Stock Company nffords substantial savings to owners nf Good Properties, and Automobiles EASTERN Underwriting Company, Inc. STATE AGENTS Congress Buildinu' I1KST WISHES KOH A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OIK MANY FRIENDS AND PATRON'S MORRIS BROTHERS | DEPARTMENT STORE j I2HI WASHINGTON AVENUE .MIAMI l!K.\( II I I i i i —* NEW YEAR GREETINGS HOUSER CO., Ine General Insurance PHONE 3-2648 12th FLOOR FIRST TRUST BLDG. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION j Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESChELOFF. Rabbi •;_'" \li hlcan A-•HI"IMI 5-13H MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor M %  :. J iv %  enu 'Phoi •• HIGH HOLY MAYS Rosh Hashono services will be h.-ld in both our new Synagogue Building and the Talmud Torah building on Wednesday and Thursday ev nines at 6:45 i> in Services will begin al 8:30 a.m. in the synagogue building and at B:00 a.m. in the Talmud Torah building <>n Thursday and Friday. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach the first day of Rosh Hashono on "The Easy Way" in the synag iRue building, and "Human Valu -" in the Talmud Torah Building. Friday morning he "ill preach on "Sign Post Patents" in the Synagogue build'ng and on "The Voice of G-d" in the Talmud Torah Building. Cantor Maurice Mamches and a choir of six blended voices will chant th services in the hew synagogue building. Assisting >" both buildings will be Messrs. Goldin, Guttman, Shapiro and Hochberg We urge parents to bring children to all services. Religious School Registration Registration of children for attendance in our daily sessions and the Sunday sessions of our Religious School will continue each w ek day aftern i in. The final day for registration iSunday morning, October 8th Every child, new or olii student, must register by that date. A splendid -• iff f teai hers is 1> ing engaged for th year's iessionsA stiff of :•• iteriala for each individual student will remain our standard We ask par ents' cooperat II •• reg stering their childr • -' larliest opportunity SHABBOS 1SHI YA Regular S ibl ith •• %  • %  will be held Friday evening, September loth, and Satur lay %  • tew >r 16th. The Rabbi w !| preai h on "Return—Wh BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY SEW YEAR { WESS PAINT CO. {DUTCH MASTER PAINTS DUTCH BOY LEAD 163 W Flagler Street PHONE 2-1656 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 111 Reed Printing Company 152 SOUTHWEST FIRST STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA i •+ liKST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YE FROM THE DISTRIBUTORS OF Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer & Ale PHONE 3-625* 421 NORTHWEST 32nd STREET .+ A HAPPY NEW YEAH TO OI'l MANY JEWISH ( TSTOME %  ii |oi • .-II • ff< % %  steady ami li-r;i< I'll! In Jewish men at REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS. Inc. i 1206-07 Congress Bldg. PHONE 2-4347 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS RED CROSS DEPARMNT STORE 51 EAST FLAGLER STREET -• V\ —+ t.J



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 ^ -* THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE TWENTY-ONE A ROSH HASHONAH OF LIVING PEOPLE (BY LASARUS LEHRER) CONGREGATION B NAI ZION—KEY WEST FLA. r H/E/H/B/H/H/H/B/H/H/H/H/H/Hn T first day of the month of T .New Year's day for the pei of l-racl. Tl inot a Yew Year's day for m< • ;t commercial people, who ari terosted only in figures and in .-. unts. of a people devoted to ledger hooks, counting and bnlar. 'ing their sela'im and deThis i> a New Year's day, 1 1 : Hashonah), of the People of :• • Book, of a spiritual people, u • e and exist upon its Torah Faith. This is the Rosh II;.all of the Jewish People! [ A Rosh Hashonah of a living full of vigor and strength, of .. p ople Who Weep when it and who are full of hope Names and People i out inued from Page 7) I I: •. ed out to he a place of .:. -• for refugees who were friei ess, and in financial straits. A%  a~ the purpose ,,f the A as known. Rita lost i" est Her father did not tell her that he was one of the contributors to th • club house because he knew that the idea of self idi-i.ificat n with these unfortunat waslasteful to his Rita. Ol • night her father came home for dinner with a hoy of about h-r ,vn age. With his usua' forma • oliteness, her father riesented his companion to Rita Th.' hoy --.i ike English with a align' ens 'mt seemed quite at hom.> in London and interested i: Rita's 'aption of the last soan box orat i she had heard in il> de Park, of her newest acqiuisitio.l from the Caledonian market ir.'l of i matinee performance at Cov i Garden to which Ri'i Kid gOI • with her sehool mates. Vt • n the youth began to ipcjik Germany, Rita immediately sen.-. I tin' connection between the slight accent and the situation which she avoided as completely a%  --ihle. Tl • hoy hoped to go to Anier i> a i-non as there was room in the quota. Rita forgot her annoyance because she. too. was rested in going to America \\ hi was, after all. her country even while they weep, of a people who ascend and descend, deSc nd and ascend. This is a Rosh Hashonah of a (.'Mat nation, eveilastingly invited with its Creator, of a nation which always remembers, with! emotional yearning, its religious past, and always prays passionately for its expectant future. This i< a Rosh Hashonah -if a Holy I' ople, possessed of a Holy T rah, a Holy Land, and a Holy language. "And it shall come to pass, that he that is left in Zion, and he that lemaineth in Jerusalem, shall he called holy, even every on that is written among the living in Jerusalem." though she had never e>n it. They began to compare ideas of the new world and th.' evenil g lasted no time at all. Yet. the next morninr had found Rita wondering again. She shook it off. She. Rita Bent on, waabove ami beyond ail 'hat. With h r name and her s If She was secure. So. she ru.-ht-d from the house for school with her usual cockiness. After the excitement of Muii'ch Rita's father announced that he thought a trip to America might be very pleasant. Rita was delighted and so wrapped up in the idea that the winter passed without much thought of th • 'tutsido world. I ast spring they had Bailed from Cherbourg. There had been a bit of a spree in Paris, vis'tit'.g .;. the little restaurants that she a.id | her father liked, going to some j of the small museums a.. wt>l| as j BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR j HOPE SALES CORP. I Incorporated i 149 N. E. 40th STREET the Louvre again. Then, the boat had been an experience in itself. New York for a few days had been exciting and Albany the capital of the state was aniii:; r.' with its old streets and the bustle around capital hill. It renily seemed American. When the relatives ana new People in Albany began t i ink about the refugee situation or to discuss Temple affairs, Rit i (hied away and began to tain ."bout other things. Hut, it had become increasingly difficult to "scape this bogey which seeme l to trail her around the world. She was still Rita Betfton. New York University sounded exciting and she would not be bound by the small town social lif • which seemed to be Albany. So, here she was in New Y il'k, admitted to the University of h r choice. There was the q'te 1 •'Religious affiliation." There wasn't much time to waste. The blanks were being pas-ed out to an endless line of students. She couldn't occupy this seat forever. Someona might come to ask whether there was a question. A question there was. Rm it wasn't the sort of roatin • question that someone els< could answer, Hurredly thera flashed through Rita's mind the problems involved. She had had • > listen t > some conversation during these years. She had been unable to avoid seeing something !' what the newspapers said Her fa-.h•• did tune in on news broadcasts (Continued on I'age '22) JOE AMD BILL GUTHRIE AUTO REPAIR SHOP 3599 N. W. 7th AVENUE EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS HAPPY NEW YEAR j Brown Tire Co. j PHONE 2-8656 | 1261 S. W. 8th STREET A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS A. PETRI PAINTER and DECORATOR v.m Dyke Lincoln Bldg. PHONE 5-2514 Residence Phone 7-2068 Sincere Wishes To Our Jewish Friends for A HAPPY NEW YEAR JESSE P. MONTZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR Have a "MONTZ-BUILT" Home Phone 5-3368 1121 Sixteenth St.—Miami Beach NEW YEAR GREETINGS H. H. HAIR, JR. STATE BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT HAPPY NEW YEAR E. W. F. STIRRUP Pioneers of South Florida' Real Estate 3242 Charles Avenue PHONE 4-5664 HAPPY NEW YEAR HAWKINS Ruff Cleaners ORIENTALS OUR SPECIALTY Mothproofing and Repairing 60 N. E. 39th St.—Phone 2.7798 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY & PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR i SEVENTH AVENUE NURSERY I 5830 N. 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PAGE FORTY FOUR THE JEWISH FL0RIDL4N FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1939 Plain Talk by A! Segal ITS THE HEAT Dear Mr. Editor: I'll At this writing the weather is insufferably hot. Two fans, one in front and the other behind, fail to do anything for me to stir up horrible name for MBlum, just l-t-t him stay Blum. As, through these heat waves. T scan the civilized world I become aware that onlv at the the muggy air and thus afflict me ''luator (the hottest spot) is there even the moreA piece of paper, fallen out of a window across the Then I said to him, "It was certainly fierce" ... "I tossed all night, first one way. then the other" "How long do you think this is going to last." He said. "I'll tell you something this heat takes everything you've got my wife is something like you put through a wringer" Thus, my dear Editor, the heal drives their special pains from ihs minds of Jews and provides rinti Semites with something real to that it was a JW. Joshua, "ho persuaded Jehovah to make the sun stand still at Jericho. So there would be pogroms at first but after it was seen that destroying Jw> made no difference in the weather. anti-Semites would resign themselves to baiting the heat, as people everywhere are doing on this hot day. It will be a blessed world in which people hate only the weather. In fact, on this hottest day I street, descends through the motionless air and lies without any fluttering on th • sidewalk. Oh, I say, it's hard enough t" suffer this day without being Jewish as well. Yet I must sit at this typewriter and by the sweat of my brow grind out some lamentation or other for the heart of Israel. The popular authors of Israel are those who know best how to rend Israel's heart but I have not even a tear for him today. I am not feeling Jewish in the least: 1 feel hot. So 1 have resolved to write no Column today. It's no day for work. I shall ju-t sit here surl Itinded by these envelopes of hot air which make me impervious to the pain of !•< %  ;•]){ Jewish; since 'inheat is pain enough. Indeed. I begin to find th,. heat somewhat comforting as I give myself entirely to it and come to a solution r' the Jewish problem, Yes, if ir Were always hot like this, people wouldn't have anything else to get mad at The heal itself would ie nough and they wouldn't look for other thingto aggravate themselves with. Who. for example, can be in a mood for anti-Semitism on a day lik thi-? Rev. Coughlin. were he enduring th ; s heat, would have only the weather on his mind 1 %  l.v in co il. equable weather could a man think tip such a mon*tr isity as "G irfinkelstein" which. rding to R Co ighlin in a • adio addr -in tl -of I i Spi ing, %  %  •. real name of former prem i Blum of Frai N % %  Re\. i mgl %  u ould -1>. oi a day like :• %  -. :'fai I thinking ip a l ew ai ; = = —; TILLMAN SERVICE STATION 1<>|:; S. \V. sth Si PHONE 2-M51 AUTO REPAIRS Lubrication a Specialty" BRAKE SERVICE find that ew n veteran Rooseveltget mad at. It's a solution of the haters have exhausted themselves no anti-Semitism. Only at the equaJewjsh prohk ni ,„ lhorti it s al! in hating only the heat. Roosevelt tor are there rm Goebbels.no ,„ th( Wt atner a thoorv that is has just decreed that Thanksgiving unknown to a considerable group Day shall fall a week earlier than of medical men who have beer ever before, but so far I have seeking to find in climate the heard no enemy of his complainanswer to much of the skulling against him on that account. duggery and other ills of the Only tomorrow, if it is cooler, they human kind. will discover that changing Thanksgiving Day from the last ThursOf course, since it is so hot today, I am utterly unable to think of any ways by which equatorial heat can be transferred to and Coughlins, no Moseleys. no Pelleys, no Kuhns. This must be more than accidentalAt the equator men have enough to do to keep th mselves alive In the intense heat; so they are willing to let other people live as they may. Mor over lews themselves might feel more comfortable in a continuous heat like this Even now. as I wiestle with the current heat. the Jewish problem is completely established in the northern climes; myself for the off my mind and I find unableto write a column Jewish pros-. There are doubtless, many Jewish matters I ought to be attend '"g to this and that There's so much in 1 Jewish life to bother a man. But in the heat of this morning I met another Jew and all I could greet him with was. -Is it hot enough for you, Joe?" On i ler days I greet him. "Have you read the latest atrocity. Joe?" or, "Let me set you right on Palestine." or. "Any bad news today?" My friend, replying to my greeting this morning, devoted himself entirely to the weather.) though at all other times he is full of th Jewish problem He said this heat was entirely uncalled for and went -n to report how he had suffered the night before • • "My pillow was wringing wet" ... "I had to gel tip twice to take a shower" "My wife didn't sleep a wink BEST WISIIKS FOR \ HAPPY N'EW N'KAi; SAM-BEN SERVICE STATION 't'2'2 Meridian Avp. Phone 5-9525—Miami Beach to the end that people will he k pt so busy denouncing the heat that they will let their neighbors alone. It seems not impossible to alter the temperate zone to torrid in a world which is rapidly accomplishing the miracle of going hick from civilization to the savage. Of course, in the beginning such a change of climate would be blamed on the Jews. The Jew-, it would le said, control all the heat through their conspiracy with Jehova. It would be pointed DANCIN'fi EVERY RATl'RDAY NIGHT LEGION CLUB N. E. 66th St. and Bay day to the second last Thursday revolution and they will say | SO-and-80 is tearing down the K-. public stone by stone. By these meditations, my dea Mr. Editor, I have made tod heat endurable besides solving • Jewish problem and absolving self from the task of writing i column. BO onerous (>n a day |j this. (The piece of paper that f from the window still lies on sidewalk, like a piece of lead.. Yet I offer this letter with tain trepidations; I am aware thai after this letter gooint.. pr it may be picked up by some ant Semitic publication which wil in it the clinching evidence Jewish conspiracy "Jew Plot to Change the Climate th • headline will read. "Jew H-.-, Plan to Bring Equator North I shall give week. you a column Copyright 1939 > Feature Syndi Seven \ I1AITY NEW YEA1 y HAPPY N'EW YEAR MR. AND MRS. MAX JACOBSKIND AND FAMILY MR. ANli MRS MORRIS RAPPAPORT I I I i i Miami Wholesale Grocery Co. 122 N. E. 11th Street Distributors I S( inn/. BEER OLD Mll.w VL'KEE BEER MIGROCO WINES f NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS l Locks and Keys—Safes Opened. Repaired—Combination Changed— Expert Locksmith—Lnwnmowers Sharpened and Repaired MIAMI LOCK & KEY SERVICE PHONE 2-6318—NIGHTS: PHONE 7-2877 13 s. w. 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' XI ,\ • h no decent, peace %  % %  -, wished has hap, i ,.; v %  ew European war. which may end in a world war. now i Kress. Tin re :a proverb in the Pirkeh relates that a man ., ng a human head floating on "Undoubtedly you hence you yourself vned. bul in the end he ihal • you will himself If you believe in the erh you will per; t this w in', jusl as the • \\ \\ was inevitable. It said that Ka %  r armii g itself • to 1914 I rememny first > isil to Berl %  1 • oiled through its %  4f avenues, I i ould not ^ spirit of ininiiivwar. The Junker officers di,.| iI eels proudly and of blood onqm -'. Thi outbreak came shortly th n aft< r • nding in the destrui I %  • % %  of m II ii of human lives and II temp >rary collapse of civilization. Now this same thing: is beins epi ated, but we know that the destroyers will themselves be destroyed once again. It itrue that we .lews also waged war? in ancient times, but we knew that neither an individial nor a nation could build a ormal structure of life on the, ( ins of bloodshed and destruction. V e have long ago come to the conclusion that war is futile, and •his not only because we Have not been in the position since our dispersion to engage in military combat on our own behalf, but eause with our sail experiences through the centuries we have become wiser We know that he who wields a sword shall himself be cut down We are not a people of volle no matter what sufferings are visited upon us. What we want ar.-d demand ithat the hand of ution be stayed from us. All we ask is the opportunity t i live in freedom and equality with others and to serve loyally and faithfully with our talents and resources the countries where we iiii oi nsion we may give venl j of in lignati >n or resent men!. even against our '" i • ds who may seem to us •,, bn indifferent to our sufferings, but : is a pardonable cry that com< from our despairii least may ease i u ac ny for a mom. i •. Ne\ erthel we mu-t admit that at the present moment, while wo do not the Gel man for I! rimes, we would like • %  he Fuehrer suffer a i nmpli 11 ai rl unqualified defeat. It is a paradoxical situation. In the la-t World War we had a derable feeling of sympathy for Germany, particularly those of us who lived under the Czarist regime, for it was th iught that the victory of the Germans in Eastern Europe would ring liberation to the persecuted Jews in that part of the world. After all. the .lews in Kaiser Germany did enjoy a large measure of freedom and equality. Now everything has been changed. Hitler is the most vicious enemy of Jewry. His victory would mean our greate misfortune, his defeat our liberation. At the same time the collapse of Hitler w luld mean the revival of civilization, of good will and international amity. So we Can say. fortunately, that our desire to Bee Hitler's fall coin-ides fully with the desire of all humane and civilized people throughout the world. The present war began wh %  '• the Hitler cohorts marched into Poland to de-troy that country by lire and -word The Poles have 01 quered and par' il three times before The Jews who have lived In Poland for a thousand years now have "hare ffi %  • and the glories %  I' its i %  f il history. 1 would 1 see not only the American I whi originate from Poland but %  e Jews of America sympathet ic at titude tov. ni d Pol il in the spii it of th fo'.' iwii.g statement which th's nade al a meeting of P %  • %  held the other d New York: "I have conic here to re"e i' the pledge of moral support e % % %  n to the Polish Ambas Y i may rest assured that tin Polish .lews in America will pray for the just cause of the Pol'sh Repul lie. We ill -pare no efforts to raise funds for the relief of the population suffering from the ravages of war. We shall cooperate to the fullest extent, within the limits of American neutrality, with the committee which you will elect tonight In this critical moment of European history we, as Jew %  • as natives of Poland and a believers in democracy join a'l the civilized people throughout the world in solemn prayer thi-t the enemy of Poland and of the cause of demo, racy shall not prevail." DR. A. F. FRIEDMAN Now Located til 37 S. E. FIRST AVENUE Practice Dewited to the Scientific Examination of the Byeu and Fitting of Proper Glasses The victory of Poland n \ i -toi > for the Jews and for del ocracy We have faith in Po'a %  ability to repel the enemy ti survive. Poland will live ird Jew of Pi land will go on as ii %  the pa-t. working hand in h .nd with the rest of the I • • .' aving further the chain of freedom. 11KST WIXMKS for IIAI'I'Y NEW YEAH I Samuel .J. 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PAGE TWELVE THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 JEWS IN A CHANGIXG EUROPE •< i ml inu.d from Page ") nation-wide campaign of the were particularly active, readUnited Jewish Appeal for Refugees ami Overseas Needs, this agency was enabled to answer the insistent distress calls from manj parts of the world. Stable business as thousands >i ,,,.,. th( Jcwg rf Germany J.ws. determined at any cost to Joint Distribution Comimttee ha? me an increasingly pro*grown increasingly importaw as escape their t rmentors, offered IIK agency for facilitating emitheir last meagre funds as pa ,a!i n and maintaining communsag< money from Hamburg, !' %  '•• % %  merhaven, Gdynia, al institutions for those who still remain. For the imp riled Jewry Constanza, ot Czecho-Slovakia, the Joinl I> ; and dozens of other Europea • ports i n the Balti the Bid k Sea. and the Mediterranean, hi their desperation, they sought refugi \ a, in Afr a, 'hina I V.usl ralia. Some v i n i epted by Euro] earn countries. M re ent red I But I he i i Id was 1 y no meat i an al the refugi es h i were being thi •f i mti al Europe, Poi is 'e lost I • i the refugi e ships from <1( rmanj Latin Amei trii ;, k< d for guarantees of mail ti Al timi evi :i pro%  d insuffi.-ient %  ts w< re passed, ["h earts of govei i had I toward thi homeli The bar • %  i i • up. Immiarii ri • insurants. "No m ire," as th" steameraski d to put in with human art' ies. The odj -Jewish wand, el is a R( ry f privation. di ami the 1 ing s. f rel als ;.t every port "f tribution Committee helped lighten the burden of economic and racial exclusion. In Hungary after the adoption of h •'< percent law thi • itiati< % %  of i the Joint Distribution Committee bore fruit in the formation of a Central Relief Committi vital task ithe pr< ser\at : n > community life. TI iujrhoui the areas of : • in Europe, the .1 I>. f be n at hand terin • 1'it, To meet 'h.i ge of ant i Semitism ir P< urajri I Ji %  %  -' %  %  • y, craftsmanship, an.! fa. tory work. Itfree loan • ; and agen ies of i coi justing .Jewish existence am' a. BUring Jewish survival under arduous economic stress. It has carried on extensive work among the harrassed Jews of Roumania, strengthening those institutions which protect their threatened rights. When 18,000 JWS were 1 across the German border into the backward Polish village i ( Zbaszyn last October, it was thi prompt aid of the J. 1> C. rushed from Warsaw which saved the rtees from epidemic starvation. When the S S. St. Louis was irni i away from < 'uba with I' on? Jewish refugee passi i last June, the J. I>. C was in strumental in furnishing the necessary guarantees so that they ~ might receive temporary refuge i support the more than i ,1 I 1 Jewish refugees who have gom to Shanghai in the past year. The vast prol lems of %  %  • refugee aid, retraining and resettlement c o n fro n t Ami i Jew ry with great respons In the measure we meet thi si sponsibilities will w< g i Strength and stimulus to th fl wi ring of a w< ll-rounded munal life for all Jews United State. NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL SOUTHWEST 'FURNITURE EXCHANGE 1 €01 South Miami Avenm CHAS. FELDMAN. Pi •SAVE $$ HEHh BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GEO. L. DIXON HOTEL A RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 1100 N. E. 2nd Av, PHONE 2-7635 %  Belp. .in. England, Fran ind. The fun Is i f the J. D. %  • • 1939 campaigi u th those of the Unit d Pi I tine Appeal ai! I N itional 'i or dinating Fund, Inc., an i •.subventions to refugee mJ" mittees in >\ mocrat ic lands f VVi ten Europi Thc> hi i HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS Cunningham Jewelry Co., Inc. FORT LAUDERDALE31 S. E. 2nd STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA 34 N. E. 1st AVENUE <; I; K K T I X (i S LA PORTA SUNDRIES PHONE 2-9521—179 WEST FLAGLER ST. 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PAGE TWENTY-TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1339 NEW YEAR MESSAGE (BY RABBI DAVID L. ZIELONKA) TAMPA. FLORIDA Names and People Rush Hashonah, which lies just ahead, marks the turning point of a century according to the religious reckoning of our people. The new century bids fair to be ushered in during one of the most trying periods of our entire history. From one corner of the earth to another we are persecuted, hated and nialigneedThe flames of abuse burr, high in the minds of countless thousands and the barbs of slander find a responsive target in the hearts tf the torments r> But the ^ A new century a I"*^Pr I finds hopeful and encouraging signs through \ the awakening (f the conscience of civilization to the plight of tr.< Jew and to the distresses of liberal men and women wherever they may reside Through the dart, clouds there are i.nmistakable signs of the speedy reappearance of the sun of t ntherhood and tolerance. If there is one single thing that we Jews should resolve during this New Year Season, it is the simple truth that as individuals we hold the destiny of all Jews. We may not be our brother's keeper, but in a very real sertse, cur actions, our demeanor, our very 'voices reflect upon all of our brothers. During times such as these, it behooves each of us to think well before acting Wo must weigh our every thought and deed in the scales to ascertain whether or not they may throw off-balance the delicate weights that determine our destiny. We have witnessed the passing of many centuries. Each of them has seen us living in both sha(fow and sunlight. Fach has found us reaffirmed in our faith. Fach has seen the mysterious hand of God guiding and directing us in His divine way. Now is the time tp look ahead once more to resolve the diffi culties that confront US, May the years find us bearing witness to the the great heritage that is ours. May each individual Jew so act that he may reflect only credit upon all Jews. May we truly learn the lessons that will bring poise, dignity and encouragement to all of us. May this be the beginning of truly good years ahead I Best Wishes j For a Happv New Year %  Dr. ami Mrs. t'has. M. Tannenbaum <.f j The Bryan Park Pharmacy I (Continued from Page 21) and she had not been able In s!;if f her oars with cotton nr little rubber buttons. Rita knew that some of the people who hail boerr forced to leave Germany had Seen is unJewish, so to speak :'she w is She knew that they were educatsmartly dressed and tii.r they had names as correctly German as hers was Fnglish or American. She kne wthat they were %  luc-.t ed people who wen' a; interested in art and in the fino "hings ,-f life as she was. She know that some of them had bio-, as careful to avoid Temple as she was. Sl.e knew that most of nor nssociatis had been Germans of cultured type as hers bad ''COM English of the same sort. "Religious affiliation": It seemed almost menacing, staring her in the face. She could say that she had no religious affiliations. She had none True, lier father had always belonged to a Temple and had retained membership in the Albany congregation during all the yvars that he had been abroad Still. she. Rita Benton, had never doito anything about that. She hain't signified her intention of having anything to do with ." '" m| V. What to do? Glanci'iK to ths left. Rita happened *o make out the word "democracy" HJ part of the title of a book that wai !> g on the table next to her neighbor. As people do when trvine to I %  -cape a puzzle, Rita began to think about the word iiv an 'ill way. She remembered lvuliiig the Constitution of the United States when she had first come lo Amer ica. After all, one -houlil know something about the government under which one lfv< s. And America was quite as impoi'-ant as England to her. In a democracy everyone itreated alike Th< girl %  \t to her had the same blank to fill out. Rita knew that. They w?n> hand ed out to each person who nmi along the line. No one :ifor ing her, as an individual to do anything, "Religious affiliation": Jewish. Rita filled it out rapidly and went straight down to the bottom of the card. She couldn't hflVp said why she did fill the card out as she did. "Jewish" cerfunly wasn't an exact answoi to the question. Hut. somehow, ii-decided that it belonged there Walking in Washing! i i .'-•, %  ri about a week later. Rita Wa rather amazed at all tlm; h id happened within a short >p:.re of t Ime. She almost pinched hei'St'l Of all people to meet at New York University, she had run into Un German boy who had din-d th-m in London. He wu enl ing school too, He had aske I Rita for a date and she h Id .1 Rita Benton bad agree! ti i ready to go to Temp • En:. services on Rosh Hashonah. had agreed to be ready at 9:30 September 14, 1939. She k she had Her date booK %  : i ) What's more. Rita kn w she would be ready -in I thai would enjoy going, Sh %  iv.u ti| just Rita Benton bound foi 11 venture. But. she was with herself and the v i BEST WISHES FOR IIAI'I'V NEW YEAR E. GEORGE BERNARD j Phone 2-2M3 MIAMI. FLORIDA *•———————————————-—. J GREETINGS CITY HALL GARAGE 1150 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH I I I I i i i i i i A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. KEITH PHILIPS District Manager THE SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY' OF CANADA I'M Dtil'onl Bl.l Phone 2-5514 GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR i> Kantro Nursery 3155 S. W. 23rd Street I -%  t BEST WISHES T<> ALL OFR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A IIAI'I'V NEW YEAR I i i LOUIS GREET N G S D. E. LINARDY FLOORING CO. All Grades of HARDWOOD FLOORING Furnished. Laid Sanded and Finished 35 N. E, 26th Street PHONE 3-4726 i! • NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO MY FRIENDS Still Featuring the Greatest Typewriter Ever Produced The Royal With Magic Margins and Other Features SARAH D. 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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. Iv39 A Message From Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women BY MRS. BENJAMIN LE VINE. PRESIDENT believes in establishing internatermining citizenship status as tional peace machinery, ami it well as help in obtaining naturalcondemns conscription for foreign ization papers is given wars, this being in Council's charge to thousands of aliens. m against the principles of without The woman's place in the changing world scene of today, and what it will be for the woman of tomorrow. Woman, who ac 'ording to history was molded from the rib of man. and considered the weaker sex, has l>y proof of her place in the world shown herself far from being such. By examples of what women have done for humanity, for the home, the city, state, country and the world we have such national anil international examples as: Florence Nightingale, Edith Cavell, .lane Adams, Marie Curie and Helen Keller: and, women of our own Faith as Henrietta Szold. Sadie American, Hannah G. Solomon. Lill'an Wild, Rebecca Kraetz, Florence Kahn and many others. Before the so-called "emancipation of womanhood" woman's place was only in the home. the. can. of her household, her children, her garden, with only a forward view for the betterment of h r family. The exceptions of course, pioneered in the work of social betterment for women of the world, some in higher branch es of work like science-, law. ami other aspects of higher education Today womanhood heing on an i equal level with that of man. in many ways women of the world have lightenfd marry "'roadways" Woman has found a place and fitted herself tightly into the orh of affairs at hand, such as legislation, science, human relations, and has aided irt plucking the "weeds" from th "garden." The women of the Nationa' Council of Jewish Women have made a place for themselves in the forces of organized Jewish womanhood. In the program of Council it enables every type of Jewish woman, regardless of religious affiliation to aid in the solution of American problems in an American way Council eon cerns itself with problems that involve or affect the welfare and advancement of American womanhood; this therefore, affords the American Jewish woman an opportunity to engage her energies irr activities relating to the welfare of city, state and nation. Council is a meeting ground for all Jewish women, for exchange of views and common action. National Council of Jewish Women in its peace program, designto prove that people can live in peace by remedying grievances and settling disputes by other methods than violence. Council tlemoc racy In the program of Social Legislation, Council exerts every effoi: to make its members conscious of their duty to the community in which they live. Council believes that through education and action based on reason a higher standard of social progress ran be maintained. In the Social Welfare program Council its i oo] eral ion to all civic and communal movements such a Ri (I ('ross, i immunity Che--. and other organized National movements, helping and working together. In Service to Foreign Born work, this is an old project of 1 c'l, b th in port and dock work and general immigration d tail. With the coming into power of the Hitler regime this work increased tremendously. 1 Ut Council women all over the State' wenand ar ever ready to lend their aid to all newcomers, both 'n meeting them when they first set -tep to the United States with a friendly hello. reuniting them with their families; aiding the newcomerin adjusting their lives, and shaping their social adjustments as well. The service Of Naturalization and CiCzcnship is one of Council's most important service to the foreign horn. Advice in deMiami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, takes an Bi • VC part in all projects boats, and transporting newcomers to what ever cit; the) they are going. Our Socis Emii l mil iiiucd on Page -I of Council. <>ur Service to Foreign Born Work office is a miniature of New York's office, with all phaseof -rrvic expertly given by our Staff of workers. Being a port city, Miami Section's work. ers are on call from early morn ing until late at night answering and serving the call of duty in meeting planes, buses, trainand BEST w I si IKs for u HAPPY NEW YEAR Charlie's News Stand 1413 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR HAPPY NEW YEAR L. MURRAY DIXON ARCHITECT 1030 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH • I I I t I I I I A HAPPY NEW YEAR I I | I DAVID T. ELLIS j i i i I i i i i i i i ARCHITECT 14.")ti Washington Av MIAMI BEACH Now Year (ireetinsiDonald (I. 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FLA. and SON SELIG i i i i i i i i i i i i JAKE NEHAM and FAMILY MIAMI REACH i '.i Wish All Their Priori. Is .Hid Relative. A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR T MRS. L. SHOPIRO and FAMILY Of the MARE VISTA APTS. 202 O.ean Drive MIAMI BEACH [if Ext 11.1 Best Wishes A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS for (!) I I § I (!) i I I I i The City of Miami Beach l -l* '!_' I (!) E VKI; MINDFUL OF THE I.WAl.l XTRIBI T|..\ 'fo -|-| I s CO MM I NITY THAI EI) BY ITS JEWISH i ESI DENTS, TAKES ABLE IK liRoWTH OF HAS BEEN PR< I. CITIZENS AND PLEASURE IN EXTENDING TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HEW YEAR I I'J 1 (!) I'. i i'. i f AND ri;ospr.iM N m -III • V NEW YEAR M ftj i i



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^ PAGE EIGHTEEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE YEAR IN JUDAISM (BY HENRY W. LEVY) "H/H/HfH/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/l Another year has passed, and munism, dictatorship, totalitar although the Jews of America ianisni call it what you may are more aware than ever I has been dnnounced wherever it threats to their "life, liberty an. I !•.-,. reared its ujrly head, whether the pursuit of happiness," tl • be in Germany, Russia, Italj •!-. %  future unafraid ^ r Spain. Denuncial of the %  V' to the dangers inherent i" "Brown Boisnevism' 'of Germany the spread "( totalitarianism :> %  ] ,.,.,,• no i than anti-S-.nnitic propaganda they that of the "Red Bolshevism" of ha\c found encouragement in the Russia, manj Christ an e both Cath|„ n ,,* %  • %  address beolic ami Protestant, lit'' fon the Central I nfen of fense ..f religious liberties and th rights '>f the individual man i'I ere haalso arisen amone Jewry a new and more intei inner consciousness of Judaism, a spirit of relig •feel %  has real depth. I %  ;i an iry listing of expressions against anti-Semitism by Catholic and Protestant leaders and org inizat is bey nd the realm of th> brief survey if the year 5(1 just CO! hided. We might mention only the format ion of a 'omm ttei f Catl lii-~ Against \ their issuance <>f a pub it ii ill d "Th,Voice," and the emenl ssued • June 2nd by 550 Prol -turn. Catholic and Jewish lay and clerical load. %  | aga inst "hat roildeliberi ly fomented against cultural groups by unscru] ilous or misled individuals" and stat plac %  • ; Amei i ai demAmeri an Rabb I uential oration "f the Reform Rabbin%  the United States, Rabbi Currick Erie, Pa-, urgd i 'ongr •-• continue itini tigal sive activi%  Amerii a thu "the political adventurers who : establ sh in our beloved p ilitical forms and un-American methods of th Fascist, the Nazi or Communist governments of the (ill World." The Conference later passed a resolution endorsing the stand of its The Ral I i il il of America, composed of nrlo> rabbis, pa sed a similar rosoiuti.ii! when it attacked Communism and Fascism as the "double-edged enemy of thi Ji ws TinUnion of Ami i egations, at : I annual ng in Cincii nati, stated that thi org II izat ion w as "unalterably ted to I mmunism. Fa for preju s, an( j Nazism. We reaffirm our whether ra i! %  n tie iwict oi tl it the Vmer in sysv rst Ka2 n was n el f D mo rat • enl American dowry iphold and pri figurative shrug of the should %  .. high leals to which w. or a panicky hystei E • ai a i wervinjs thinking of ilty." many Jewish leaders; large mass The v P) ,, ,, „ n Commitmeetings, boycott • w. re, _.-,... the irder of ,; n imei I T I ly, %  • Nazi propagandists, "that a link exists between Judaism and Communism," and declared that "as American citizens we reaffirm our faith in the American way of life and denounce alike the attempted invasion of Nazi-Fascist and Communist propaganda in country." The report, further explaining the Committee's vi wpoint, spoke for most Jews when it continued: ••( lur efforts to hotter the uat'or. f dewabroad and I i fostei %  understanding at horn have not been from a narrow se • arian viewpoint. w have been moved by a deep faith in the sal redness of human | sonality, -> mbolized and foster by our rplieion [indeed, by We havn vig irously sup.i%  principles of Ann i; ai demii ra > fr lorn of .-.•' %  • • ch and freedom of c "In th present struggle for just I deci ncy these are the things that we si res dual rty, equality and civil rights, freedom of conscience, mutual • sport and understanding. All n should %  %  ngaged in a si ruggli f r thesi id< ils W an • aged kern on be< ause we arc nf mmon effort, friendly pera • : ri bi rave i foi just i in d pea Henry Monsky. presid f B'na B'l th, o! le I Jewish fraternal order, also riterated hiorgai tat n't \ to unAmericanism. Speaking in De • • • • • f the Fourth of duly, he said: "No Jew true to his faith, to his I ra I I ion and I i his h • II %  • I ever r • I the boycott til it it is orderly, n it hy teri longer i i %  -ws d sm f f v Jewrj ig t theri need for ii il lefei • must theii fre rlom in tl '" ft prii 11 r ..ng noted • a iurvey of tl I w si 1 ions, botl i %  • org in the Ui • : St ttes, •'. |ar< d in its I report that no foundation in the fa • %  • ir %  irr iwed from I BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR C. BURTON Oaiil -! v KIM-] (i(M)|) W|s|IKS I-'i'l; Till: SEW YEAR Washington Storage Co., Inc. Kin.*) \V ,| iiL'ii.i. AVI-I MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA BEST WISHES liAl'I'Y AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR i Dr. Harry E. Fry DENTIST 7 E pr Strei t 1. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FREEMAN & SONS. Inc. ESTABLISHED 1912 DISTRIBUTORS TRUCKS BUSES FIRE APPARATUS :l V E. Second A %  .. PHONE 2-3101 any program calculated to create friction or division between the | various groups of our great A m er i ca n citizenship. B'nai B'rith, as most other national major Jewish organizations, has repeatedly declared against, d milled and .allied on the fight • and opposition to all political ideologies such as Com1 -m and Nazism, in) -:atements made r the contrary notwithstami: %  : %  All are equally hateful. All air dai ous to our demo >racy. And all n ust be fought During the i asl j i ar Jews have sought to strengthen their religious institut ons Dr, 'yrus Adler of Philadelphia, pr sident of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and • he Ami Jewish Committee, has said that the strengthening of Jewish religious institutions in Amei • answer to the false rai il • propagated in < Jermany. In an effort to implement and itrongthen Judaism, the Union of American Hebrew < 'oi g ri [fat sent teamof laymen to more than three hundre 1 i ities tl i out the country in an intensive campaign of r ligi IUS revitaliza... thai plan bet %  %  i i i V • 5 and May 24. The Union ...;,instrument a the for f Nat Federation of Temple Youth. i;. • rally, there w as • seprcssed a feeling aga nst lar Judaism, which holds that Ju is a ci\ il zat ion as well as relig %  Tl I am >ng i e more to the belief that Judaism ligious leaderv-< rs more an I must survive essentially as a religion. This sentiment has developed even among the Zionistminded raid.is. who for a time, seemed t" be accepting the idea that Judaism was ..mu. h a ilization as anything else By and lai ge, syi gui '. .. %  ers and rai.hihave been prea ing a more positive Judaism and the laity habeen a i epting this • %  w. 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0 PAGE THIRTY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1933 20 year.*—the pledge to facilitate Jewish feeling I '. jtrongest hold Friends of Demon Cat • RING CUT THE CENTURY (Continued '"' "" Page 29) of vi w the Free 'ity is already %  • Id, m attei led in th ir si kness and, worst of all, %  the Re h since arrti-Semh meless i nd unwanted. restri tions have long i l .'ii introduced. Va ;. result of Nazi H gary issued The world was not entirely pas: s; mpathy. The United Stati Ii in the pr test against German ;> ressi in. Pi esid nt Roi nti-Jewish law which last November broke diplomatic I Jews to quotas ranging: pre edent bj issuing a stati six and twelve per cent denoui ng the Naz gr ms as %  I a reversion to the Middl V ral life. \ • % %  S mil action and he was joined by the public taken nat ms in at large in the Unite I Stati -. Berth Rngland and othi r countries Se Italy retary of interior Harold Ick s of official mned the Nazi op| • -•,; in ttaly was entirely sion, ii a the United Si nt of the past year. „ a diplon atii with Ber i last November leading fig|jn which resulted in mutual re%  es, fiom Premier Benito Mus.,;! of ambassadors and a establishment •> %  a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Instead, she planned to crystallize :h .lews as a one-third minority withii "indepi ndei I" (meaning Arab i First there were the th Aiab.a and Jews in i • at finding: an amiition of the A i The confi failed, eupon Britaii i Whit Pap r ai establish state withii %  years, ;f nossie, and ,1 inigra• aftei Fivi years. Th< Ji v I ga I n led Bi i t a in t o prohi 1 it Jewish in Poi six mo 0,'i Bui %  he Jew i ontinui % %  I Brit • While extra-q iota ent 1 tinued. t • -i i Vugusi to map a : among i grou] C I thol s who olic Committee Against Vi • listened to th>' radio fulminati rw Semitism, whi h fought %  of Father Charles K. Coughlin as an attack on ii mocracy. f >rmed uch itions as th. Dies the "Christian Front." w hich >vas nsibl %  for lencc in New York and thi i ties, i 'ther • Semitism, ex| Commit) e. wei Van Horn Moseley. reties of the i;. \ i i B ind. •' a he grownot tat.", i' • % %  Vnti-Si %  i %  %  %  were To 1 try, %  nto VVhil I %  tism. the A Jev mil' t) test :,•1. ntion .. a ; ring the seas. A I I fund f S2 I, was sought for th. I' %  d % %  %  \' -1 al, i n a the D : *tion ( it tee, Ui \ and Nat rial t" iting Committ >• for Ref (which was reorganized as nal Refug s solini down, hail been • n in state D nartment statement ition i>f racial princi\ n g U p Ickes. pies. But I] Duce was for eil to way to his axis partner. Last November an "aryan" theory was promulgated for Italy, which was sc.nn followed by concrete measur against the Jewa. They were ousted from professions and Government employ, restricted in • ess and social lif.\ anil the expulsion of all foreign -lews was d Arti-S mitism was for eign to the Italian people, where ba"k the Btil Th ri w is no i essat I u "nj Seeking to cope with the refu' : -' '> %  •<• v v gee problem, the IntergovernmenPalestine, h the back 'f tal Refugee Committee, formed V:1 r:bellion was : > on Pre? Ii nt Roosevelt's initia' have ; % % % % % %  broken, tive, obtained from the Reich an (iKKKTIMiS Klefoker Produce Co. NYv Yi !.•••_Tn All Our K Chaa. A. Fascell BILTMORE DAIRY PRODUCTS. INC. -il Itinl IM.. I'll I 2'iiin i ..in* ifini tut rii t __n" | arrangement permitting orderly emigration. The world was scann (I for new territories in which to settle refugees, Britain offered several of her colonies. A Coordinating Foundation was set up to direct resettlement, A conferAmerica The most striking development HI the United Stateduring ,; was a large growth in anti-Semitism, larg ly as a reaction to %  \ ei • ahr a I The rising antiI I I I j FURNITURE EXCHANGE I j :iti2S N K 2ml Avenue | GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. Isaac J. Aboulafia and Family of BUENA VISTA TWO A M AND NOT A NERVINE TABLET IN THE HOUSE Jewish population numbered only ence 0 f directors of the Intergovabout 50,000 Despite all efforts of the r gime, the racial policy did not succeed in striking root in %  I past year. Refugees The problem of refugees rea h %  ted gravity. Refug ; is plied the seas seeking havens for their passengers. The incident of the G rman liner St. Louis, itpassengers barred ft Cuba for which they had n %  landing permits, was only i ne • numei es. (' immunit ies l et als i sprang up in the J man's-land" on several i pe's frontierJew t foi ed to live I he m st a] I ernmental Committee was .ailed by President Roosevelt at the White House to take further action. Palestine Britain revoked a prom ii i i— which she ha I adhered more '-%  %  • • lly f he past r—(tivi'i iiiir> !.. All o Kr i-tuls i II1 Patrons R. V. WEBB fi S X. \ 7th A vi. Texaco Products MIAMI. FLORIDA + RENT WISHES FOR A HAPPY XE\V YEAR DR Rosina E. Heine I i 4 :ilti \. MI A M K :J4th Sti-i'i-t I. FLORIDA j t NEW YEAR GREETINGS t HAPPY NEW YEAR STRATTON S CAFE 1 I'M \. E. Iirst A vi. MIAMI. FLORIDA DEAUVILLE Service Station 63-i COLLINS AVE\-.£ P 3 \ E 6-o-J' GREETINGS. i i ui • i I i i i i %  H GREETINGS J GESCHEIDT, Inc. Realtors 101 Washington Av\ I'h 17. Miami 1".. ... -, asm 'i in tings tn (>ur •IKWIS1I FRIEXDS SHENANDOAH CANDIES 514 S. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIFTEEN A MESSAGE TO B'NAI B'RITH I i.nliniied from Page 14) >'• • attacked by force .-.f arms. : %  • : • i\vly but surely the Fascist 1 • • eg, Italy and Germany ha• een slowly extending; their P • over weak ami unprotected • I'le. The modern tyrants with propaganda. Was this %  '' case in Austria and 1 >lovakia. Not a (tun SMIIt i op of blood shed except army of the invader to en''' %  iscipline. Yet the people v nkened by radio attacks, •rued by subtle propagan%  ere ready to surrender their tii herished liberty than fijrht f"r : • % %  in. Today there are orgroups in Florida spreading • %  same poisonous gas called tranda They are working our population, talking t (rr of old age citizens who an egging for help and they ri ntensely among that large an 1 people who are unable t•' ; work in private industry :n • • are becoming bitt i able and law-: ing tizens; always ready to refut< the insidious and vi i • > %  pr •...-. nda and lies that are '>.i ad among our people. I any of you look with sad:-. %  .the fate "f our brotr. countries, who have da i nsist upon the right <>t • • • i? I do not believe I fr has Seen stamped n r Gei • .. \. Italy or Russia or nn> ..f • .. -e other pseudo diet"! I r IIU %  %  -. I believe that in c I : of • •-. %  countries there are miri :.:ry the truth still bun ... their minds and I believe at* • iat in these sam • countries are occasional mei I i -. >rothers. This old world iad 'tyrants before Greece had her Alexander; Rome f MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX had her Caesar; Germany her J) Bismarck and Frame her Napoll\ CCWT* T? Tf 1 ATTOX" eon Where are the empires of )) <_ U.A VJlV.i_Al/\ 1 lU-> men? Shattered and brok\\ 154o S. W Thrd Street en, even as their dynasties werp. II But the institutions they at11 ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi tempted to put under their heel I( RABDrs B j. S IDEK rE: 919 S. W. 13th Cou t; Phono 3-5192 nave lived on. II Free loir., democracy, life, liberty and happiness have lived through the dark ages when iir—.—---------------—-— ----• mce and superstitution have ROSH HASHONO SERVICES SERMON SCHEDULE seemed to have made it almost •—%  ——---———————————— -———-—---—————-•—--%  impossible for its truths to be R 08n Hashono services will be ,)n '"'h mornings of Rosh passed on from one generation to mYwnA |n Wednesda evening, Hashono Kabbi Kellner will preach emnireTi torT^Z I fall *Z September 13th at 6:30 P. M. in English immediately prec, empire* before rise and fall, and the Blowing of the Shofar. The I tell y..u today that after Hitler Rabbi Kellner *•" offer a prayer on ^ f .^ ( ^ ^ ,,_. ^ and Muss,dim ;U :d Stalin nave and Cantor Nathan Wroobe] will u (11 lli .,,„, \ Vl %  • on Ih( second been returned to the soils of the chant the service. day .. W( .„„, the Wo rld" Be countri e they now profess to ,„.;,,.„ Mj|uha .,„,, Maar|v ,,„ the love so dearly, the principles of Morning service! on both filst day R aDD j Kellner will Democracy will be living on and Thursday and Friday will com|, reacn j n Yiddish, leading men to the true light. mence at 7:.'!II A. M. and Mincha My Brothers, I have failed n both afternoons at 6:00 P.M. most miserably in these rambling '; ,s u ,' h "ET"" "'" SHABBOS SHUVO ,.,..• Ihui-sdav afternoon at 4:iiil P, M .________-_________----remarks if I have not made clear ... to you my feelings that if it be"> e "Wlr Sabbath service scneRabbi Ki lhu .,. w ,„ p ,,, iU h a comes necessary to defend these ? u,e Ul *• mainta,rted on Shab Shabbos Shuvo message in Yidhuman principles, that we must os uvo dish the morning of the Sabbath defend them. Freedom is "t o f Repentance at 10:30 A. M.. and something that is won and then will deliver a traditional Halach locked in the archives of a mir tion a better place in which to discourse at 4:.".(> I'. M. in the seum to display as an object of live synagogue interest. I iberty is something that must be won anew with each veneration, with every change of curcumstances, Let us lead a better life: let us. as a people %  f .rtitud fight for the principles of democracy ever remembering that 'Eternal vigilance is the e of I iberty' and to renw •• i\ e un-American ii h tend to undermine Ciovi '. to the end th u wo in iv make our Stat ai I Na/-TO/ CQNDITION€D 911 JACKSONVIUI'S LAGEST o-l fiStST hOTE. 300 so~t JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Conveniently locitcd i" '- downtown bunnm, inoppir^ nd tnccItt dutrlet Eycryroom** ouiiidc'oom (i0 COU't) Witrt PftVJtC b*tK, C.'Cu!*tiJ ic< wat*', r*diO, fn nd bed rcd>nj l*-p Suitfi ol parlor, brd'OOtt *-d btn. Supcuor cuiiine and Mrvicc in The P*t o G-.ll end Tne Rendervo-tOJ' Lobby, Dm =j Roo*i, Lounge, BeiLty Petlor, Bi'bc Snoa and all r-ublic 'oomi in completely >r COnd't'Oned Mo'C tnn rijtl ol 0*f C ..'k' Porni ft individually i co~d* onej.'-no rc-ci'Cultion of lir fro* 0"e juett 'oom to enotKer. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN PAGE FIFTY-NINE H REFUGEES ARRIVING IN PALESTINE pective Jewish settlers in Latin Iclationships with the Latin American countries, cannot be American peoples ar/d their leadanswered off-hand. They represent „., iif thought| W( ,, )ull| ,,,„, problems that must 1 e covered i e iadvice and exoneration in the task in a long term program for liqui' dating the task that the Nazi f opening areas for the refugees racial anf cooperation and so pave the way for those who arc eager lo pioneer with the natives. \c. the building of a more prosperous and nioie progressive Latin America. + • I f homeless .!<••.. refuse*** from European oppression %  Mores of Palestine, where iliev ill 1,11 1 1-1 new homei .1 ,i nen future fur themselves and their people \ boatload approaeh ll CAN JEWS PIONEER IX LATIN AMERICA? i out intied from Page 16) I • • bond The -• %  • it • •' ated Spanish Loyalhad sen! out side Spain, to Mi xii .a fund of several mil: • Originally inl for ;i mtei revolutionary againsl I t is n • % %  devoted I tettlem nt of i Loyalist \ inanity. If salvation cannot come from Latin America, it must come from somewhere. But I do not agree that we must throw up the sponge without lifting a firirrr. A greal degree of salvation can come from Latin America if We would face the job with confidence and set out to win the confidence and cooperation of the lust minds in Latin America, due of the greatest stepping stones to w •.confideni e of Latin American leaders would he supby m ire extensive travel Oil our part in their countrl V< rt few among us ever visit any \.-. i.t American Bpot south of Hava We do know Brazil. We 1>' boul Venezuela • very le al ml Argentina and p -thing about chile. We cannot break down international barriers by remaining at n If we cultivated cl< I SIX! RRE WISHES 1 I j HAPPY NEW YEAR I MR. nml MRS F. L. Hughes I and Son Leonard REST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I j R. R. BYERS i i any 1 i '* Am eera ng gran ed an to enter that area, face these sevc.al factoi 9 %  her or in com 1 '': at : ii gi\ e her inhab tant industrial openings. The %  m of their capital by i however. pre\ ent the %  from being usef'.il %  i that • e. B i< the n include men and women icpi i • ilar in, Thi y %  up indus• • irely i w to (Ihilc, an '. pr iducti p evelop a market in So lh estin ate of the 1 \ ... Thi y w ild requii ital. B .: it wo ild have to be u iI that where the • prist .rather large, the manaj met i f that capital would have presence of extensive German | • ontrolled by Chile In c ni pnganda depicting the .lew as the n with most of Latin Amerira. enemy of Christianity; the rehe < hileans are resisting the enquirement that immigrants be trance of capital that would place skilled workers or technicians; tne their industries under the control nationalistic demand that the Jew merge racially with the natives; the stipulation of capital funds f r Even that possibility of subsiexpanding a nation's investments refugee entrepreneurs would under that nation's primary connot enable those entrepreneurs to trol as against control from a %  <• into Chile trained refugee foreign point; and. finally, the technicians to work in the newly special factor of competition from introduced industries. a large number of Spanish Loyali*t refugees to whom the I I \ i PHONE 3 2593 FACTORY DISTRIBUTORS O.loiida AIR CONDITIONING and REFRIGERATION 1819 Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI. FLORIDA I %  •!• t + OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Boats and Tackle for Rent JERRY'S BAIT and TACKLE •We Bait 'em—You Catch 'em' Telephone 2-0322 1307 N. E. Bayshore PI. Miami. Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR AND MRS. SAMUEL WEISS AND THE Lincoln Service Station Lincoln and Alton Roads Miami Reach A ONE STOP SERVICE STATION FEATURING CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS GAS — OIL — GREASES — WASHING — POLISHING GREASING — BATTERIES — TIRES FOR ROAD SERVICE PHONE 5-9114 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER



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I V FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THIRTY-FIVE H THE REFUGEE PROBLEM I mil imn-il from Page 3.1) <;.... ;. should be considered only f %  arge scale settlement, dree mi fo ti advantag oua fur small spot.; could he icali imniigraattitude of the 0'ivti ment toward thirep" i • %  expressed by Prime Minisiri i %  erlain in •'< fctafo inont bot' %  • %  he House of < -oniinon< on Mi 12. "• 1 That -•• Mr. Chamberiain the British Gnvi la fa %  • %  ••• repres ntation in '!< o] government, should i Tl • • • rnment ready to offer th %  fullest es for any settlement deupon by refusri e iruanizaHe pledged a iii Re mea t" local autonowv and adeC •!• i -1 v • • 'ii muni! y tie pt ihlished. '; ivernment, he s*i!, wa ild control nf g nerjl service*, security, comr ideations •venue. Concerning th< a im• factor of commuoic itioi id that if the prospc iof nment are iro,. 1 and capital forthcoming adequate for %  %  • ds of large sc lie mer.t. the Government would '" pn .. • 1 tn provide needed 'oron • ..•.ionP n rig the course of the y< "'• iprojects and land? f >r • • .! nt. in addition to Ihos %  ih mentioned, were suggf"-t• ••: While many of them wen IK %  ._ investigal d by various • -. none had receive I as if h consideration cr a fn' oral • a report as British Guiana, preliminary repor > >i I h • • islai pin • %  rarely in possession of legal docuinert* which would regularize their stay in the countries of asylum, a condition which add>d to the complications of an al'endy c mfusfd situation In the lard? British neighboring; on Germany. In aJdition, the emigrants of 19I5S and 1939 were the poorest of a'.' the refugees, for even those who had 1> en comparatively well off In Germany had lost the luil'"if their possessi" ns as a reu'' of the November decrees, and had been forced to leave the remainder n Germany. A ording to a report by Sir Herbert Emerson, between 120,000 and 140,000 refugees left Germany during 1938, including onethird of the entire Jewish population nf Austria, many of these being helped to do so by philanthropic organizations. In the first four monthof 1939, an estimated 30,000 additional emigrants were assisted to leave Germany. To this number must be added a considerabl group that did not seek aid. As of February, 1939. th • German official government estimate of Jewish population in Germany, Austria and the Sudetenland was 600,000, of whom 200.000 were considered too old to emigrate, Domiciled in European lands, w re upwards of 150.000 refugees of whom approximately 60.000 "or.dependent for sustenance upon the various refugee committees. Probably the largest number lived in France. At the begals" subject to deportation, and I took steps to check the further entry of such refugees. The Interior Ministry was reported to be willing to legalize the stay of th -<• "illegals," if the refugee organizations would agree not to press for the admission of additional numbers. Permission work as farm laborers or in defense industries was also to be granted, as mention d in another place in th s review, the refugees. Many of the refugees offered to s irve in the French armed forces during the mobilizations in the Fall of 1938 and Spring of 1939. | The various refugee committees operating in France took steps during the course 'if the year to coordinate their work more fully, and a centralized hoily was organized. The major rofu-l gee group expended approximat ly {170,000 during IMS in assisting some 11,000 relief cases and in other services. Very humane treatment was accorded the refugees in the little countries of Belgium and Holland, which permitted large numh is t i enter. Following the events of November li> in Germany, there naturally was an accelerated influx into these countries. To help the refugee organizations cope with the situation the governments established camps to house the refugees. Similar institutions wire established in England and Frame. In several "•f these camps redimentary vo ational retraining courses were organized t'i enable the r fugees to fit themselves for new occupations. Move than 1,500 lefugees were to housed in Dutch camps. In addithe t o n 1.200 childr n were admitted into the country anil housed in social lodgings. In the Spring of 1939, it was estimated that there were 22,000 refugees in Holland, of whom ll.OOO were permanently settled in the country. The Jewish communities contributed l.oso.n luring 1988 fo" local refugee aid. Belgium was greatly affected by the sudden flight of Jews from Austria and in the p riod from May to December 1938, over 13,000 Au-trians came to Brussels and Antwerp. The problem raised 1 y this sudden influx was me". in part by the establishment of a number of camps by the government and. when relief funds ri short, the government for a tim took over the care of about 3,00 refugees. In addition the government permitted 500 children from Germany to enter the country an (Continued on Page 36) I'll :si Wls IIES HAP PY li>r n NEW YE \i; Griffen Tire Co. 3G N. W. First Avenue GAS oil. GREASES TIKES TIRE REPAIRS MIAMI I GREETINGS MERLIE PAPAYA PRODUCTS Merlie Products Corp. Coconut Grove, Fla. Moritz M. DriK'ki'i' ;nnl Fninilv nf DRUCKER'S JEWELER lii.V! Washington Avi innWish all Their Friends | A HAPPY NEW YEAR I I I I GRFETINGS J. C. Hickson & Co. 207 E. Flagler Street TROPICAL FRUITS A HAPPY NEW YEAR '" Tile P>et lee t ream ill Miami' GOOD HUMOR ICE CREAM CO. 460 S. W. 17th Avenue Tel. li-.J7.ll | I A HAPPY NEW YEAR CORAL GABLES GROCERY CO. II I I I i 2012 Ponce d e Laon Blvd. I I rni.'AI. GAHLEs SIN i f Mindanao in the Philip ginning of 1938, there were about I II I showed favorable col nditi HI-. The chief dis.idtages faced by moat of the pi • | were complicate 1 politics ". nations. T-, general .problems ol refuimigration during the per d offered far greater difficulties • ,. previous years. Comnli-i ..t g factors were the territorial anges affecting Czeehosli. and th • anti-Jewi-,1 legis'a tioi Italy and Hungary which created several new classes of refugees, Furthermore, many ofi th< refugees from Germany, %  '"._• %  latter part <>f 1938, were f : to leave the country huii Such unfortunates w.-i 10.000 refugees in that country. but, by the end of that year, the number had grown to 25,000 and was further increased during the first half of 1989. French offi cials estimated that perhaps 10,000 of these were so-called "illelERE WISHES I'm; A HAPPY NEW YEAR COASTAL METAL CO. COASTAL WIPER SUPPLY CO. 94 Northwest Tenth Street > GREETINGS Chief Gwynne North Miami Fire Department %  NEW YEAR GREETINGS | J P. M. LEVI PLUMBING 2141 S. W. Third St. PHONE 2 1517 GREETINGS Cock-Tale Bar I I S. 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PAGE SIXTY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1939 ZIONISM AND THE NEW YEAR (BY SIDNEY L. SEGALD President Zionist District Greater Miami Ref lec t i o n a during the ,.. Jewish calendar year discloses a somewhat darkened pictun for Zionism, for when %  lews in any country suffer the pangs if persecution at tdhands of i g its, Judaism and Zionism, the i e being an indispensable part of thi ,; are affected adverselyage and undaunted faith •' th< Jew is an everlasting t >undatii n which has carried Israel forward in his struggle for • • %  ghtened civilization in the %  -,. %  '• : si .ution and deprivations in the days of old have emei ted a bond and tie whieh have caused the Jew t" survive and contribute his genius toward ettormcnl of civilized society, even in the Park A>res.—will this maniac. Hitler, in modern linns, cause a stronger, more werful bond in unity ami brotherhood in Nrail which will perpetuate the ideals and principles <.f Democracy The sharp lineof demarcation previously existing have almost < mpletely fallen —for in unity ami solidarity alone can Israel survive. The cause of Zionism has gained new vitror, new life. even in the face of the repudiation of the Ralfour Declaration and the issuance of a White Paper by the Chamberlain Government, iiiR the ranks of sympathizers of the Zionist cause. It is anticipated that B'nai B'rith Lodges in other states will adopt this policy. The new Zionist fiscal year coincides witll Kosh Hashonah and I sincerely hope that members of various congregations, as they pray for a long and happy lift" and for the restoration of Zion, will pledge themselves to join the Zionist District of Creator Miami The sincere .lew who follows and observes the traditions and customs pertaining to the New Year Holidays, of necessity, prays for the rehabilitation of Palestine aa Homeland for the Jew. "L'Shona If a ha w lii-Yrnshilayim." which literally translated means "next year in Jerusalem." If the Jew so prays, he should be willing to subscribe as a mem!' the Zionist District in which he resides. APresident of this Pis:;. % %  I urge tln> cooperation and sup of Hadassah. I trust that It will be my happy privilege to Bee every Hadassah woman's husband an active member of this Ziontsl P'strict during the coming New Year. The membership in Zionist Dis" throughout America, as well is the local District, has increased by leaps and bounds. Adde 1 Strength has been iriven by the fupport offered by B'nai B'rith. A: the Florida State Convention ir. Jacksonville recently, the State Federation of B'nai B'rith passed a resolution unanimously expressing sympathy toward the Zionist Movement ami Palestine as a Homeland and further agreeing -:lmit their lists of members to the Zionist Organization of America for the purpose of swellI wish to convey my thank..' •: appreciation to all Zionist groups, including Senior and Junior II."dassah, Pioneer Women's Organization. Mizrachi, and the Order of B'nai B'rith for their sun,: i t during the past year. I expic -• the hope that the New Year will bring a creator unity and cooperation between all Jewish groups. I strongly urjre that all members of the Jewish faith who sympathize with the Zionist cause will join the Zionist District and do their share in the upbuilding of Palestine. And with these fe v remarks I say. "Shalom" Coleman, National Librarian Dies Here Edward Davidson Coleman. Librarian of the American Jewish Historical Society since 1931, died on September 3 while on vacation in Miami Beach, Fla Mr. Coleman was a quiet and invaluable research worker to whom perforce every scholar in the field of American Jewish history turned for bibliographical aid. In his own light. Mr. Coleman had collected a unique library on the subject of the Jews in English literature and had published the bibliograph es of such famous scholars as Cyrus Adler, George Alexander Kohut, Max Janus Kohler, Albert M. ( Friedenberg, and Solomon SolisCohen. In his office of the American Jewish Historical Society. of which Dr. A s W. R isenbach is President and which maintains a consulting library and museum rooms in the Jewish Theological Seminary buildings in New York City. Mr. Coleman was visited by a constant stream of inquiries which he interrupted his own studies to answer. He was. however, able to prepare two hooks for publication by the New York Public Library — "The Bible in English Drama." published in 1931, and "The Jew in English Drama." now appearing in the Bulletin of the Library and to he reprinted in book form when completed. Edward Coleman came to America in 1904 from Lithuania, where he was born ir.' 1891. He prepared and graduated from Harvard University in 1914. The Twenty Fifth Anniversary Report of his class. published last June, includes an autobiography covering the years since 1914. Coleman's first years OUl of college were spent in a firm of wholesale clothiers During the war he served as a volunteer at Fort Slocum and in an aeroplane factory in NewJersey. After the war. he returned to the clothing firm and began the 1 collection of his libraryColeman's papers and notes were left in perfect order and many projects whieh he inil itei may be completed by Memorial Services held at tho Jewish Theological Seminary were conducted by Professor Alexander Marx, Librarian of the Seminary. and Mr. Isaac Kivkind. I. : aiy Assistant, + —.... GREETINGS W. J. KNOX i Civil Engineer and Surveyor! \ HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS Frank Wolkowsky "Men's Clothing" 18 N. E. Fust Avei IXEW YEAH UK + KTIV.s I +FLAMINGO OIL CO i IT x. !•:. mi, Scivc I MIAMI Miami Springs -+ +• -+ (; K E E T I N G S RAWLIN'S I:I:ST WISHES ft ir a -+ i SERVICE STATION 2185 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables i'hone l-.")77ll j j TO OIK MANY FRIENDS j j AM) PATRONS A MOST I | HAPPY & PROSPEROUS I HAPPY NEW YEAR ——. ._. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FORTY FIVE
AMERICAN JEWF.Y HONORS MEMORY OF
LOUIS MARSHALL
(Mi ill.' iici'.'ision of tSii1 Ti'iitli Anniversary of tlie ilenth
of Mr. Miirsh.'ill, Jewish leaders made a pil^riiiiit^rc to his
grave on Monday. September llili. Tin1 picture (above)
shows Mr Marsliall being presented with ;i signed i.-ii-
iiioniiil Hi IO.IMNI frii'inls .in tin occasion of liis seventieth
birthday in Deeeniber. HMJti. In iliis rare photograph from
h-t't in rijrln nro the late Nathan Straus, the late Kelix
M. Warburg, tin- late Louis Marshall. David A. Brown.
Sol M. St......-k. Mini Dr. Cyrus Ailler, Mr. Marshall's suc-
cessor as president of the American Jewish ('.....mitteo.
CAN JEWS PIONEER IN LATIN
AMERICA?
(BY ESTELLE M. STERNBERGER)
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The recent ilei ion' of the Brit -
i-h povci mm i I try an experi-
with a small
r.imi1 of refugee Jews in Brit-
-h i, liana, awaki ns :i tw '-fold
1-. a | on. The first is that it *>a
,;.;., ; llp || ; I |>f I'.'-.'l.'t llll l
foi ment is open to
. tation of putting the
,i. i the spot for his colonizing
itios. The sec mil rea tion in-
[n Latin Ami i
a I'eil :. ... the Jew n
deal?
i e Jew ro igh his work in
Palestine, has effectively des-
troyed the theory that the Jew
i onvert empty spaces into
fruitful and profitable areas. The
Aral'- can qualify as competent
witnesses on the point of the Jew's
competency as a pioneer
It has been demonstrated in
Palestineand yes. even in (',','-
niaiiy that tin- Jew dn. n it be-
lieve life is empty unless he eat.
become a physician, lawyer, pro-
fessor or merchant. That i'"iiiiin-
stration has turn made on a trc-
mend 'tis scale in Poland and in
the United States. In the presi-
dential campaign of 1986. some
campaigners tried to make unfair
capital out of the fact that Jew*
like David Dubinsky and Sidney
Hillman were prominent in the
labor groups backing Frankiiii
Delano Roosevelt. The fact thai
Jews represented an important
labor element in the United S'atei
was gl -- 1 am fearful that a sma'.l scab
cxper ment in Br tish Guiana may
not be ample to display the
ecring power of Jewish settler.*
The Jew lias been successsful "
Palestine because he was free to
establish every kind of service
that was required for the encour-
agement and protection of th-
settlers. He turned to the problem
trolled its development. He was
privileged to harness the waters
of the Jabbok and the Jordan He
developed factories f r enriching
thr soil of Palestine. Hi- sot up
factories that could utilize tl.i
products of the farms, lie inlrc-
du I'd industries that could utilits-1
the labor of those member' of
the family or community who were
not needed on the farms A stand-
ard of income and living was fos-
teied that mad.' for economic
safety.
It i- extremely important hal
tin. experiment in British Gui .'
be t laranteed all the amplitude
that the Jew has hitherto enjoyed
in Palestine. The Jew in Pali
i has been the beneficiary of con-
siderable subs!dies. There '- no
to deny that fact. D il
in- il-.i i- is there any need for dis-
paiaging the accomplishments if
Jewish pioneers in Palestine '
cause of those subsidies. That ex-
t. riial aid is typical "f vast as-ri-
cultural projects throughout he
world
Agriculture in the United Sti es
fell t.i a very low economic st"**e
in the 1920's. We now have a
system of subsidies for the farm-
er. The settlement in Alaska has
, had the advantage of government
aid The farmers of the west, and
not only those in the dust howl,
have Keen extended the aid of
ericai'ie governmental projects(
I ki Boulder Dam and Coulee Dam.
gigantic governmental projects,
The homely standard of putting
a settler "n a p'eec of land and
daring h'm to make good, after
the fashion of Daniel Boone. is
out of date That is the way .lews
I egan farming! in the United
States and failed il.' so many in-
es It is not the attitude that
makes the .K-wish Agricultural
S ety a valuable force today.
The experimental group in
British Guiana w- II need consider-
able help from the outside world.
They will need that aid more
urgently and even more liberally
than the recent settlements in
Palestine because the colonists in
British Guiana will most likely
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID L. ZIELONKA
and SON
Wish for all Jewry, and par-
ticularly the members and
worshippers of
CONG. SCHAARA1 ZEDEK
Tampa. Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
Extends to all Jewry and
particularly the members <>f
Rabbi and Mrs.
Max Shapiro
i
TEMPLE ISRAEL
j SINCERE WISHES FOR A ^
i HAPPY AMI PROSPEROUS \
NEW ^ EAR

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DAUGHTER and SON
Wish for till Jewry, and par-
ticularly the members and
officers of Beth David Con-
gregation, a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
exercise only a limited control
iver all the economic factors that
make for sound and integrated
colonization The colony in British
Guiana should not be limited to
those who will agree to till the
s .il and to engage in no other
kind of labor. That colony will
have better chances for success if
it could enjoy the cooperation of
settlers whose business i: would
In- t direct cooperating enter-
pi ises.
That fr'nge of co ipi rating en-
terprises should be led by men and
women who are in complete sym-
pathy with the tillers of the
The Jewish colonizers in Palest
were free to set up industries on
their own economic pattern, in-
cluding cooperative types of in-
dustry, if th.y regarded
type a ential to i onomi
safety of their colonizing
gram. It would be ting to
know what degree of
planning the Jewish colonists in
Bi -h Guiana will enjoy,
Jewish colonists in British Gui-
ana are 1> iund to succeed if the
preparatory soil of economic lat-
itude is cultivated a- scientifi ally
a< is planned for the natural soil-
That phase of the experiment con-
cerns no more than the nossible
scept;cism about our ability to
make good a- pioi .:-.
The second nuestion stimulated
by the prospe live British Guiana
experiment is this: if the Jew
succeeds there, will other Latin
American areas be fair to the lew
at .1 welcome h'm as a desirable
set'l.-r'.' The chances for an affir-
mative answer to that question
depends on several factors. There
is. first of all. the extensive anti-
Jewish ni-ooae-anda in Latin Amer-
ica fo-u-rcd by the Third Reich
anil her agents. Germany, the
persecutor of Catholicism within
Germany, has been andiz-
inK the Latin Amer an- I i look
upon the Jew as the i
Christianity.
Th.- ( a- holii Church has
loyal f 'Mow ei Latin Am
proportionate to pst f 1
population than in an; othi
area of the world II
that where 1 yalty '
s,, preponderai : in he po] a
any group I hat is
w.th the slander of
would not make much hei
With that population. The lew-
face- a t remendous i hal
dispel this unwarrai ted
onous on that Gi n
agent n Latin
Ameiican mind. It seems to mc
that wi .
tweei educat i
the Nazi and educat .....the
Jew in a Th fa that
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RABBI DR. and MRS.
I JACOB H KAPLAN

RABBI and MRS.
ALEX S KLEINFELD
I Wish for all Jewry, and par-
ticularly the tneinli--- and
worshippers of
B'NAI ISRAEL
CONGREGATION
St. Petersburg! Florida
A HAPP\ NEW ^ EAR
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Rabbi and Mrs.
Morris A. Skop
and DAUGHTER
EXTEND
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THE
Officers and Members of
i ONG. OHEV SIHU.OM
Orlando. Florida
and to Jewrj at targe
RABBI and MRt".
SIDNEY BOGNER
and DAUGHTER
extend to the offil '
members of Tempi I-:'
Dayl na. Florida, and to
,Ii in-
sincere Wishes For a
\ i.in ii \i-n new 11-
and
ii
all
\u
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RABBI and MRS.
I MANUEL GREENSTEIN
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Wish for all Jewry, and par-
ticularly the members and
worshippers of
CONG. BETH EL
of West Palm Beach. Fla.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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RABBI and MRS.
ABRAHAM A KELLNER
and DAI GHTER and SON
Extei d all Jewry, and par-
ticularly the officers and |
members of the Miami .hw- |
ish Orthodox Congregation (
and its Ladies Auxiliary, sin-
cere and heartfelt wishes for
A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS I
NEW YEAR |
RABBI and MRS
LASARUS LEHRER
RABBI and MRS.
I I MOSES MESCHELOFF
o o o
Extend to all Jewry and
paiticularly the members of
B'NAI ZION CONG.
of Key West. Fla.
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
1 and DAUGHTER and SON

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ticularly the members and of-
ficers of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation. Miami Beach, a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROU
NEW YEAR
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xtetid to till .I. w ry ai d
intVularly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL
INCERE WISHES FOR \
APPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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i
Adolph Burger '
I Wishes the offi i mi mbers i
I ami worshippei "f <'ong. i
I Rodoph Shol nn. Tampa, Fla j
I and the Jew- of Florida j
. A IIAITY XKW YEAR

MB. AND MRS
LOUIS GADON
Extend tn all Jo wry ami
I'.-iri ii-nl.-i rly (he Ifahhi,
iffieers aii.l Members of
Beth David
Best Wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
TAMRA ELAINE
and Her Parents
Cantor and Mrs.
MAURICE MAMCHES
Wish for the Members and
Officers of Beth Jacob
greg.itlon .incl Jewry ;it large
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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REV. and MRS.
NATHAN WROOBEL
and FAMILY
WISH ALL
THEIR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS
AND Ml. JEWRY A
-KIS\ A \'( IISIM \
TOY \H"
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£ PAGE SIXTY-TWO FACING THE NEW YEAR (Continued from Page <•') THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. 8EPTEMBER 15, 1939 refugees? Did you do your <'"t>' by Jewish Palestine? China is. < This very moment bleeding on hundreds of battlefields from the ravages "f an undeclared war. All of us sympathize with the plight of China, but it is the American people who arc continuing to sell the vital supplies of war which are keeping the Japanese war machine going. What are you doing to secure the help of y >ur Congresssman or Senator in the .. tment vf such legislation a* will withhold American resour es from contributing t<> the warmaking power i f aggressor nations '.' li i you stand ready to d< I the institutions of American di mocr cy '•' The enemies of demo an active In our midst as wei„ They peddle their poison of I itarianism. race hatred and relis* ious intolerance from soap boxes and microphones. They come fr< m ranks high and low. Yes. one even wears the r bes of a priest of G< D'd you take the trouble to learn the facts and are you helping to refute the lies and misrepresentations, perhaps to some innoce >* t.ut credulous neighbor or per haps to your own children? Are you helping in the maintenance of your loeal synagogue or inj of the other Institutions and ganizations that make up th< American Jewish community? In these and a host of other causes stand represented the forc that are holding up the founda. tions of our civilization A great Jewish teacher has said that a mar; must look upon the world as being always at a point of balance between the f i es of good and the forces of evil; and he is to regard his own conduct as tipping the scales in favor of the one force or the other. Apart from the difference that our own efforts would make in tipping the scales in favor of justice, order and peace, thev< is the inner strength that would accrue to US. The fooling that we I are not taking injustice lying down but are doing something about it will buoy us up with a new vigor and will help us overcome doubt and despair. We shall see ourselves not as inert pawns moved about by a relentless fate but as active agents who share in the making of our own destiny. We shall not become embittered by the injustices of the world because we will be too busy fighting them and helping to build a better. saner, more just, and kindlier world to take its place. Our ability to resist despair Will finally depend on one thing more—-a long range view of history. Even in personal life the trouble with so many peopli that they are too impatient. A young man is anxious t" g< I ahead in business or in s ime profession and he meets with some -etback In funereal tones he announces. "It's all over" when he has only lost a business account or failed an examination. Even Albert Einstein once failed in his exai tions at s hool and bad to ti > again. The r.eed for patience, for a long range view of history, tot judging the present moment i" terms of the countries, is one of the m st basic in a wholesome outlook upon the world. Human intelligence is one of the youngest achievements in cosmic evolution. It was only yesterday that we were savages. And how long ago is it that we were 1 timing witches in Massachusetts? We are marching ahead, but like a child who is leam ; ng to walk, we have setbacks; we stumble and fall. When the Roman legions had burnt the Temple and were laying waste the cities and villages of Palestine many must have said: "Jewry is doomed; it is the end." But Jewry soon recovered: it was not the, end When in 1348 the Black Death destroyed half of the population of C. L. CLEMENTS General Insurance 1111 Lin •"In Road Phom a 3413 hXTENDS (SREETlNuB i 1 .—+ HAPPY NEW YEAR Europe, many people felt civilization was perishing: it was the end. But Europe recovered. It was not the end. Anyone watching the American Civil War in 1864 might have spoken in similarly doleful v. i about the American Unit I But thank God the American Union lives on. It was not the end. The dictators of Europe mav arrogantly strut across! the map of the world, but they lord it only I a day. They may win the battle, but they cannot, they will not win the warThe lessson of history is clear. The forcei of darkness may retard but they do not permanently check the march of pr press. Built of violence and repression, the dictator-state carries within itself the s Is of its own destruction. The wounds and the hurts of c untless numbers of men and women whi h the tyrants nflicted will long linger on But humanity will revive. It is not the end. After the clouds and the -term will have passed the nun will shine again. And mankind Will mess on with renew, I st'or-L-th toward a brighter and happier destwiy As Richard Le Gallieno has summarized it in verse: How > %  v anil long -forgot I • |Mnr ,i |Ot HUSI v.,, i hi sin • • t olul Ion of Hi.law* n ..• fouln. -lift the flower to MCI. \nd ..r fur} force ihi %  veiling: star. 11,, ni ii.i love's building of the world Oil.loll,— FVif love's beginning was, her end is far. It) paths of ii • and blood hei l< •' ii j %  I limb, Holiday Greetings to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons CHAMBERLINWeatherstrip Co., Inc. .".('7 N. K. First Ave. Phone 3-2151 Miami Hei king n loveliness she scmeely know s. Whose meaning In beyond the r. of time." 'onyiighl l3 by Vils hVature Syndlenti | New Year Greetings | j BEACH MILL & i SUPPLY CO. i 1327 Twentieth Street I Phone 5-6669 HOVH'J IK VI!. BEST WISHES FOB A HAPPY NEW YEAR Hall-Stanley Co. Keystone Varnish and Paints 113 N. E. 9th St. PIIOXE 3-5228 *— I i WISHING ALL A HAPPY NEW YKA. Ii + i HAPPY NEW YKA. 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^ T PAGE SIXTY-FOUR THE CALENDAR'S CHALLENGE (BY HENRY MONSKY) PRESIDENT OF B'NAI BRITH Rosh Hashonah's Message of Hope This ye IT, 'so often i" the recent past, the advent "f Roh Hashannh means the end of another year %  %  suffering for Israel. Bui it' Rim portend the roniiim ,,,; new ye ir resplendent with the hope % %  < (I eo ir .-• %  thai have characterised .!<• ish history cor .-.Tim years Tii.it Is the optimistic messaft' of cl % %  ''< reality that Henr; Mnnsk> president "f ii-,,.; B'rlth, brings us i" this appraisal of the old year and ,gram for the nts* mv)| The approaching Hiph Holidays bring to a close another year of harrowing experiences for our people. Not unlike many previous < hapters in the glorious yet sad l isl \y of Israel, the Jew continues to be the victim of malevolent forces that threaten the whole structure of our civilization. That tory isad because these oei ablt a tivities in every age have done and continue to do \ iolcnce to the principles of justice, equity, tolerance and good will; that history is glorious because our pe pie have always Lome with dignity whatever has ben their fate and have survived, as they shall again, to build for an even more resplendent future. i When we consider the overwhelming relief and resettlement prt Mem, produced y the unpr edented program of hate and and by bigotry and intolerance, which prevail in those countries of Europe that have reverted to medieval darkness; when we consider the wave of racketeer-stimulated or official totalitarian-sponsored and supported anti-Semitism; whin we contemplate the lack of justice in the diplomatic relations of nations involved in the present scene of conflict and confusion, and the effect thereof upon the hopes and aspirations of our people, such as the unfortunate developments regarding Palestine; when we observe the consequences of world economic unrest, and the devastating effect upon the status and the morale of the Jew. which all of these conditions have prduced; the scene is not comforting, nor is it conducive to complacency or a sens,. (,f security Nevertheless, to the credit of the people of Israel let it be said, that they are once again, in this crisis, demonstrating that same undaunted courage which acterized the lives of the martyrs of Israel of old. Once again must we demonstrate that unflinching determination to play our part in this world drama to i hampion the cause of justice as against injustice, to Bupport and protect the cause of righteousness against the forces of evil. Thus shall we. with the aid of all who cherish the ideals of the people of democratic nations, overcome the enemies of; mankind. When we review the activt! i of the closing year, we see demon-1 Btrations of unprecedented generosity on the part of the more fortunate of our co-religionists J the outpouring of funds for the aid and assistance of those who are less fortunate; we see a Renaissance of spiritual and cultural values, a re-vitalized interest ii< TEE JgWgg rLOMPIAW Jewish problems; we see a recol I of self-sacrificing service unprecedented in our generation. We see a glorious record of rencwe 1 dei votion and consecration to th" principles and the ideals and the institutions of democracy, a loy' alty manifest on every hand on the part of every Jew worthy of the name and of his heritage. Such a record of achievement may i well give us comfort and reassurance, that the Jewish people are measuring up to the challenge which is theirs in these critica. times. On the eve of Rosh Hashanah let us express the hope and pi: yer that the coming year may bring ahotit a letter understanding of ur problems; ami closer cooperat'on and greater unity of action ] on the part of our people. Our activities, effective as they i een, will he vastly more c r >' through the development of nvstual respei I and the (xen ui %  •t.> the a raent of this obje tive. W tradition of almost a centurj unremit I ing Bervice t.> th i of our people; with its f i tal philosophy, exempli: the declaration of its purpoI i unite Israelites in the pron.ft j of their highest aims and of humanity." the B'nai B'eitl is in the peculiarly unique position to influence such unity. The Jewish problem is many-faceted Not FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 15, 1989 only must we maintain with evtn greater intensity a defense Program; and minister to the physi al needs of those who require %  help, hut we must perform the important task ;of preserving, yes. if need he. rebuilding, those positive values, those spiritual qualities, so essential to our normal growth and progress. May the New Year bring a %  Messing of peace nr.vl freedom from oppresssion te the people of Israel. May the ideals of the dom,„ ratir nations he protected against the onslaught of the forces of evil and injustice. i <;I;I:I:TI\<;S %  : i ; I j BROWN'S j SUPER PAINT & j BODY' SHOP I i | Complete Repair Service • t X. .Miami Ave. at .'!t>tli St. I BUDGET PLAN PHONE 2-883] • 24 Hours of Gulf Service" I I I I ANNOUNCEMENT TO ALL CENTRAL FLORIDA El Chieo Restaurant under the new management of E IGraham is now giving its patrons twenty four hour serviceEl Chico features befon and after Church Breakfasts or Sunday. They als i f> ature Cuban riches, Chicken Chow Mi n chop Suey, H 't Tamalcs and Chile Con Came. El Chi o pays special attention to Evening Parties. A drive out to El chieo. loi il at Oral ::' Avi %  ue and Amelia .and y,u will find plenty of parking and courteous Curb Service. Ph i,. J158 foi Ri si rvations. You will h.. pleased by the deanliness and attractiveness of Tl I El Cl o I'afe. A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Friends from •ass* VENETIAN BLINDS I) YOUNG RABBI :',7 year' % %  two childr n, well %  erse I ir. Yiddij and English: Ex ellent Chazan, Organizer. Wonderful s; eaki r, H >brew & Sunday S h a ; Shoched for chick.? -: tea f Torah. wish s a the S iuth; illii _' •. i >me for a trial. Answer THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami Florida. ^miAmi !" i ; t J • I — 4 — + MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.—1453 S. 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^ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FORTY FIVE AMERICAN JEWF.Y HONORS MEMORY OF LOUIS MARSHALL (Mi ill.' iici'.'ision of tSii 1 Ti'iitli Anniversary of tlie ilenth of Mr. Miirsh.'ill, Jewish leaders made a pil^riiiiit^rc to his grave on Monday. September llili. Tin 1 picture (above) shows Mr Marsliall being presented with ;i signed i.-iiiiioniiil Hi IO.IMNI frii'inls .in tin occasion of liis seventieth birthday in Deeeniber. HMJti. In iliis rare photograph from h-t't in rijrln nro the late Nathan Straus, the late Kelix M. Warburg, tinlate Louis Marshall. David A. Brown. Sol M. St .-k. Mini Dr. Cyrus Ailler, Mr. Marshall's successor as president of the American Jewish (' mitteo. CAN JEWS PIONEER IN LATIN AMERICA? (BY ESTELLE M. STERNBERGER) S. V 11 \ • '' v> h Iymi Hi. mithorl.... „, | I .a I Km, i i• .% %  ,..-.. of Win lil r u i)i '..i lh<' i"-' '" %  .., %  i i.'iinr on it-iIK-ll i Inns "f thr i k Mm •" i %  Tin I %  ,..., II..i J,.\l .1 ..'-.. %  .! Ill i.u n \in. iii ." vvhni ->i• %  %  ,..--... Hi. v m Tin -• iiri • %  ...... ,|| S ... i \,\ ihi' iiii n.i, il iiillili iiiilin I %  • \,„. state* il I. ma, Pi .. I .. Hi, ipporl ... ,. %  %  TIIK KIM TO It The recent ilei ion' of the Brit i-h povci mm i I try an experiwith a small r.imi 1 • • of refugee Jews in Brit-h i, liana, awaki ns :i tw '-fold 1-. a | on. The first is that it *>a ,;.;., ; llp || •; I ,• |>f I'.'-.'l.'t llll • l — foi ment is open to tation of putting the ,i. i the spot for his colonizing itios. The sec mil rea tion in[n Latin Ami i a I'eil :. ... the Jew n deal? i e Jew • ro igh his work in Palestine, has effectively destroyed the theory that the Jew i onvert empty spaces into fruitful and profitable areas. The Aral'can qualify as competent witnesses on the point of the Jew's competency as a pioneer It has been demonstrated in Palestine—and yes. even in ( %  'niaiiy that tinJew dn. n it believe life is empty unless he eat. become a physician, lawyer, professor or merchant. That i'"iiiiinstration has turn made on a trcmend 'tis scale in Poland and in the United States. In the presidential campaign of 1986. some campaigners tried to make unfair capital out of the fact that Jew* like David Dubinsky and Sidney Hillman were prominent in the labor groups backing Frankiiii Delano Roosevelt. The fact thai Jews represented an important labor element in the United S'atei was gl --f Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro i TEMPLE ISRAEL j SINCERE WISHES FOR A ^ i HAPPY AMI PROSPEROUS \ NEW ^ EAR I DAUGHTER and SON Wish for till Jewry, and particularly the members and officers of Beth David Congregation, a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR exercise only a limited control iver all the economic factors that make for sound and integrated colonization The colony in British Guiana should not be limited to those who will agree to till the s .il and to engage in no other kind of labor. That colony will have better chances for success if it could enjoy the cooperation of settlers whose business i: would Int direct cooperating enterpi ises. That fr'nge of co ipi rating enterprises should be led by men and women who are in complete sympathy with the tillers of the The Jewish colonizers in Palest were free to set up industries on their own economic pattern, including cooperative types of industry, if th.y regarded type a ential to i onomi safety of their colonizing gram. It would be ting to know what degree of planning the Jewish colonists in Bi • -h Guiana will enjoy, Jewish colonists in British Guiana are 1> iund to succeed if the preparatory soil of economic latitude is cultivated ascientifi ally a< is planned for the natural soilThat phase of the experiment concerns no more than the nossible scept ; cism about our ability to make good apioi %  •:-. The second nuestion stimulated by the prospe live British Guiana experiment is this: if the Jew succeeds there, will other Latin American areas be fair to the lew at .1 welcome h'm as a desirable set'l.-r'.' The chances for an affirmative answer to that question depends on several factors. There is. first of all. the extensive antiJewish ni-ooae-anda in Latin America fo-u-rcd by the Third Reich anil her agents. Germany, the persecutor of Catholicism within Germany, has been andizinK the Latin Amer anI i look upon the Jew as the i Christianity. Th.( aholii Church has loyal f 'Mow ei Latin Am proportionate to pst f 1 population than in an; othi area of the world II that where 1 yalty %  • s,, preponderai : in • he po] a any group I hat is w.th the slander of would not make much hei With that population. The lewfacea t remendous i hal dispel this unwarrai ted onous on that Gi n agent n Latin Ameiican mind. It seems to mc that wi • tweei educat i the Nazi and educat % %  t he Jew in a %  Th fa that (Continued on Page I•> RABBI DR. and MRS. I JACOB H KAPLAN RABBI and MRS. ALEX S KLEINFELD I Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the tneinli--and worshippers of B'NAI ISRAEL CONGREGATION St. Petersburg! Florida A HAPP\ NEW ^ EAR + Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop and DAUGHTER EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE Officers and Members of i ONG. OHEV SIHU.OM Orlando. Florida and to Jewrj at targe RABBI and MRt". SIDNEY BOGNER and DAUGHTER extend to the offil members of Tempi %  I-:' Dayl na. Florida, and to ,Ii i nsincere Wishes For a \ i.in ii \i-n NEW 11and II all \u + T RABBI and MRS. I MANUEL GREENSTEIN -+ + Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and worshippers of CONG. BETH EL of West Palm Beach. Fla. A HAPPY NEW YEAR I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I -+ J RABBI and MRS. ABRAHAM A KELLNER and DAI GHTER and SON Extei d all Jewry, and particularly the officers and | members of the Miami .hw| ish Orthodox Congregation ( and its Ladies Auxiliary, sin%  cere and heartfelt wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS I NEW YEAR | RABBI and MRS LASARUS LEHRER RABBI and MRS. I I MOSES MESCHELOFF o o o Extend to all Jewry and pai ticularly the members of B'NAI ZION CONG. of Key West. Fla. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 1 and DAUGHTER and SON I I I + Wish for all Jewry and particularly the members and officers of Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach, a HAPPY AND PROSPEROU NEW YEAR I '„ I xtetid to till .I. w ry ai d in tVularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL INCERE WISHES FOR \ APPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR + I Rabbi i Adolph Burger I Wishes the offi %  i mi mbers i I ami worshippei "f < 'ong. i I Rodoph Shol nn. Tampa, Fla j I and the Jewof Florida j A IIAITY XKW YEAR MB. AND MRS LOUIS GADON • Extend tn all Jo wry ami I'.-iri ii-nl.-i rly (he Ifahhi, • iffieers aii.l Members of Beth David Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year TAMRA ELAINE and Her Parents Cantor and Mrs. MAURICE MAMCHES Wish for the Members and Officers of Beth Jacob greg.itlon .incl Jewry ;it large A HAPPY NEW YEAR + rI I I t I t I t I I I I • t t • I I t I I I • I T REV. and MRS. NATHAN WROOBEL and FAMILY WISH ALL THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS AND Ml. JEWRY A -KIS\ A \'( IISIM \ TOY \H" II



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) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE WENTY-THRE] NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE 'BY RABBI ADOLPH BURGER) TAMPA. FLORIDA At the approach of the New year our thoughts are not happy, for the year 5609 was filled with ill tidings, and shrouded in gloom. It did not solve any aching problems, in.;even ceased. There is hardly a land in which Jewish ri)jhtare not called in question. Never in our chc kered history was our optimism challenged as today. We take leave of the past year without regret. But what of the New Year B700 now beginning? That is th question which presses insistently on us. The coming year in face of the terrible calamities that have overtaken world Jewry, let us not altogether d -pair, let us not insi courage and hope. A wise man once said. "He who loses wealth loses much; he who loses a friend loses more: but he who loses courage loses all." We have lost a lot hist year, we have lost some of our great men. Many of our people have been rol bed of their possessions and their human rights But let us not lose courage. "Hope unto the Lord. He strong and may thy heart be courageous and hope unto the Lord Let us look forward that God will t Iss the coming year with Complete redemption of the House of Israel. I wish all my friends and K'lal Yisroil a Happy and Prosperous New Year. + A HAPPY NEW YEAR W M BERGMAN. Pre*. LEO AXLROD. VlcePre*. HARRY TOREM. Sec.Treat. Englander-Elliott Inc. 839 W. Fl.igler St -Phone 3 8800 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR .RAY WRIGHT AUCTIONEER Phone 2-2860 Fur mi Auction use tin• WRIGHT WAY NEW YEARS GREETINGS V. J. Hoecherl Company PAINTING CONTRACTORS Licensed. Bonded and Insured 801 N. MIAMI AVENUE I'Hi INK :'.-:"17 11382 N. E. 8th AVENUE PIP iNK 7.1233 SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Electrolux, Inc. Postal Building I '. T • tnvtt K i i Th above reproduction of the Jewish National Fund's Tisha B'Av poster visualizes the historic view taken by the Rivers of Babylon, which is resounding: to this day: "If I forget thee. O. Jerusalem, may my right hand in May of this year, as an with r." Hundreds of thousands pression of their will to oppose of Jews in the United States and the new British policy by further other parts of the world repeated constructive work and ach I /( the vow shortly before the publiment in the upbuilding of th* cation of the British White Paper Jewish National Home A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE INN 'Quality Food at Moderate Prices' 335 S. W. 12th Avenue MISS MEYER FORMERLY OF THE LITTLE INN GREETINGS: Magic City Gun Co. "MATHIS" THE GUNSMITH Announcing New Location 7. N. E. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2.6952 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. G. D. CONGER 1600 N. W. 36th STREET r .I I I SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN M BURDINE INSURANCE AGENCY 12 S. E. 1st AVENUE PHONE 2-5317 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HAPPY N'KW YEAH Reillv Tile Co. BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY. INC. 1163 N. W. THIRD AVE. PHONE 3-2813 "Artists in Tile Setting" 1 l + -. PHONE 2-3928 i i i 1211 N. W. 51st Terrace i BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREEN CANDLE TEA ROOM 52 SILVER BLUFF AVE. I'l'KAI. li.XIII.KS, I'l.A HOME COOKING —PLEASANT j ATMOSPHERE SEASON'S GREETINGS DR. VERNON P. COX 127 N. E FIRST AVENUE I UKEETI.VtJS T Robert Clav Hotel 12!' S. K. I'., in] Stn | JAMES J HELM Mamiiri r si\ci:i;i:sT (;|;I:I:TI\(,S FOK A HAPPY S'EW V M. B. GARRIS IVII. AND < <>.\s( I.TINt; KXtJIXEEK 121:) Congress Kuilriing P II O .\ R 2-49 5 8 I:AI; BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR WAGNER ELECTRIC CO. "ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS" 2377 S. W. 24th Terrace Phone 4-4425 I I •+ A HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN FALKENBERG DISTRICT MAN At; HI; OF Till AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. -.'. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rolfe Armored Truck Service. Inc. TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-4011 I : • %  N'IV Yciir Mn\ IV Full of %  !> i ll;i]>|>iin>s Ithe Sinn iv Wish nf MR. AND MRS. FRANK KATZ i hii-rn |ors %  if UNITED KOSHER MARKET 1G6 N. W FIFTH ST. PHONE 3-2270 Wli.iv iinFint'sl in I-'I.'KSII I'ul I.TI.'V mill -jIAi-ITV WEST EH N UF.EF. Strictly Knslier. nuiy In lintl ;i! \'r|-\ l{<')|M'lli|lil<' Prices • I I I I • I I I I I I I I J •1 I • I I Wishing a Happy and Prosperous New Year To Our Many Jewish Friends FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY at Miami ... A. I'SINA. President 218 EAST FLAGLER STREET



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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 WE SHALL LIVE ZZTZZZZ. AND NOT DIE THE REFUGEE PROBLEM (Continued from Page 3D .< %  and not die. The world will soon realize that without the teachings of Judaism (and Christianity) there can be i ': :at on. The world at this i i > in ment Stands at the Bar f Dei ision. \%  ; :. I!:'..' : heard throughout Jewish may it he a clarion ai ir/formed J .v • i ally %  %  inner am! outer strength tasks which lie ahead. In State of Florida, nineteen through the ri tual %  e to 'kindle in I I • %  • V %  Ti n the Evi : .' %  f Fail of personality; I -. tn • .". funds had nance a 1 %  Brit ; 11 ifer from Germany of pan of the p issessions and assets ol th %  immigrants. It was stressed in the announce|, y ments that such transfers would coivsist only of goods tn be used by the refugees themselves, and that und r no ondil ions would %  ho foundat ioi • • in the former Ambassador to Great Briwould I e necessary to depart tain; Dr. Rufus Jones, president the principle agreed upon of the American Society of mously at Evian that no Friends .Quaker-); Nathan L. pating government would Miller, former governor of "".ew direct financial assistance York; Dave II mien Men:-, forrefugees." Such a de mer Ambassador to Belgium; Gr at Britain proposed. Proskauer, Lessing •'• Rosenwald, I ewis I.. Straus Rabbi Stephen S W and Owen tr %  -•'. •' B ls meant fi sale in the world markets, nor wi u!d I cr.Mi n %  ties 1 b.-net ft i i my. It was also that a tual I %  I 1 • of the f • ti n and eyond I final To ties of I :\ m h smallt • scale thai if tion, I of %  -• \ Britoi nnd tv i of 1 ropi • h'th .1 %  l \ n I' Ba< ail .1 • %  • D : stribution for rtti wh i .1 • led. i lishment of th founfoi %  \ thi c %  mniu ed in Fe • ,-... |. .. '; c Comn 11 af 1 : Mr. Rub! • %  (Jei I Bi H membi r< nam d were the Earl of Bi \ mt Bearsti I, 11 u B tlei tir of thi Inten tional Lai or Offii e; \; %  • > d Rothschild. S H \ to Gel Sir J>1 II %  %  S in) on; Lioni %  K i : ; new hope as n tl refugi f the ; the esti • '' •' %  '" • | : • lit "f 1 R i I of | tal Refugee 1 be s'l trucl • |:,.of efugi % %  'eft with 1 of ref l<| not 1 %  Miy the New Year Bring Alnmd.int Happiness a": Prosperity WALLACE NEON DISPLAY %  06 12 w. Central Awe Phi %  42! 2 —Orlando. F G 'vernment The f lation i W prrated 1 ondon as a 1 :' 10.00 -j-MMMM — MMM1—IB In I • : %  .. • nni strei gth they ... • %  ..... to 1 %  %  An 5 iu a Ji w n lewis Rosh Has • %  p forward in > ir a Jew -our: i nvinced t" fight • hesi "days of adver I :• Jews strenj grace of paf self disIt is %  %  ..,••• ir nn faitl : > exaltii LT the • Jew, ry -'' %  %  to free and vulgar prejutime for si I s h fate of hu. ry Jew's fidelity. ryrant I oi they did de%  i inds of Jewish "Wi e and not die" is er for the New \ i M:.\ lod's bli ssings of I t health be bestowe I i: it only upon Him and keep His romm : • %  %  -. but upon even iur i nemies who are blind an :.-•' iy God grant that the eyes f the lind I Dened t" see h i : law n of a New Year of coi %  for all humanity. Amen l.'shono tova tikosevu. NEW YEARS GREETINGS .1 E A N S EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY 22 N. Orange Awe. — Phone 5727 ORLANDO. 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PAGE SIXTEEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1339 A Thought For Rosh Hashonah 5700 (BY RABBI MANUEL GREENSTEIN) CONGREGATION BETH El.— WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. vm,r.gg.%-=g.%ggA?pA s = > .r.gg.%'S!5|.%gg.%'sg'^!rRosh Hashonah 5700 is at hand, religion, but only and the Jewish world will gather in its sanctuariea to speed a parting year and to trre.t solemn song ligion, de. with pets anothQr kind in its place," and he quotes Professor Whitehead of Harvard who on e put the truth into a memorable sentence "The unwind fervent prayer „„,„, (lf thought is never from re. the dawn of the new. It will i igioni to irre |j Kion but inviriispeed the pissing year with minbll is from l)|u ,,.] i(r j„„ ,„ angled .motions, and approach the otne r." While v.e Jewish people future with apprehension, and have not beeen active participants with a deep sense of uncertainty —trusting in the great Judge of all times. Our Father in Heaven, that the lot of our people be improved. On the eve of the old and the awn of the New Year, we pray for a "ShoPO Tovu." a "Happy Year."' fur the mood of the day world affairs is heavy and depressing. If we but turn to the words of the great prophet of our Bible w might say with him that a world which cries out "Prepan War. Stir the mighty I el all the men of War aw near. Let them c ime up." With great anguish, torn with tten ess, h can only cry out "Beat your plowshares into swoi •:-. ai : your Miming hooks -• i ars" for only God will 'it 1 judgi all the nati >ns round it" It is difficult for us who ale at notion of the old and the "• % %  gn ire a world situation 'hah i< catapulting us headlong to the vall.y of destruction. 1 am addressing myself in parti u. %  t • a large sector of our pe< which has stood by the wayside looking in as I ystandera into the world awell as the Jewish seen It hasn't participated. It hasn't • a helping hand, nor a listenear to a situation which has %  manded the I est talents, the %  minds It has drifted and I it was almost And today as a n< what has happened and wl ii %  W I ii has ha• -. : | is been so by a great thinkc the Rev, Han;. :. I "The pist of the matter lies her. man trii %  rid of reh never di es get rid of in the world attempt to undermine religion, yet by our indifference, by our inactivity, by our refusal to stand by our most chershed treasures, we have indirectly contributed to the ; resent day situation. For a long time our world has b en drifting from religion, until one sector drifted into a port where it discovered a new kind f do trine a doctrine new ami yet old borrowed from ancient world, from an ancient War God, Thor, and :h blood pantheon "f Valhalla. It is an old doctrine popularized and modernized bypresent day Fascism and Nazism. No—it is not Hitler, nor Mussolini, nor the present day leaders of the Totalitarian states, rather is it the doctrine—the ancient pagan philosophies recalled and revised from the pages of ancient manuscripts which were so bitter. ly condemned until it has become one of the three major sins in Israel. It is a belief in the supremacy of the State—the State is God as one of their greatest proponents has state "Whoso \vr conceives that there is a higher service that that of the nation, advocates idilatory, or as Mussolini has spoken "The Fascist conception of the Stat iall elllbra ing; outside of it no human or sniritual value can exist:" The State then assumes the divine right to conscript the lives of its citizens, its families, its property, i's conscience. No longer may it le aaid, "The State vxists for man, but rather that man exists for the State." HAPPY NEW YEAR I | Tropical Goatery I BIRD ROAD i CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. R. S. AKEKS DENTIST And so at the close of the Old Year, and the beginning of the New. we affirm our faith again in God who is supreme-—who is above race, above state—the sob and ultimate object to which man dedicates his conscientious loyalty, and we affirm our faith in our democratic government which recognizes the supremacy of God We shall thank God that there still remains a greater part <>t our world which hasn't sacrificed its liberty for an Imaginary se curity in which it must by necessity cry "Heil to its Fuehrer," and bind its soul in chains of Steel. So Joel the prophet long ago preached ai.d warned about judgment day "Multitudes. Multitudein the valley of decision! for the dav of the Lord is near in the valley of decision." The struggle lig in the valley of decision—in the doctrinesin the beliefs of the Totalitarian states with the state as Cod —anil the di mocracies which is rooted in one supreme God above the State. Let us thn who have stood by the wayside recognize that in coming to prayer servi e on Rosh Hashonah and Vom Kippur. that we are not only giving lip service t i outworn and outmoded form-. Rather arc w afirming our belief in a doctrine which iever fresh a religion for which our people have sacrificed ineir lives. It is for this vision, this ideal, this way of life that ur people in other lands have g ,-en their lives. We must answv. -.he challenge of the Total:: states—by giving of our !>••-• •• preserve and maintain—to die if you will a faith that supreme. DR. .-in.I MRS. CHAS BECKWITT AND FAMILY of tinBECKWITT OPTICAL CO. 36 N. E. First Street I'lione -J 7:'.'is IVM.IKI Sinceiv Wixhfs A HAPPY NEW YEAR I NEW YEAR GHEETINOS E I) I) I E S TIRE SHOP WHERE YOU GET THE \ --• AND THE BEST FOR VO\.F DOLLAR 1501 N. MIAMI AVENLE PHONE 2.067. 1764 AND N. W. ASSOCIATES 36th St. —Ph. 2.2131 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. 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ft TRTDAY, 8EPTEMBER 15, 1931 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THIRTY-THREE THE REFUGEE PROBLEM mittee's statement was the dea trial settlement project on a by a small commission in two substantial enough scale that months. It was the opinion • would make it possible to deterDr. Rosen, however, that Biitisli mine whether and how these po(Continued on Page :l">) (Continued from Page 32) Minister offered 10.000 square ii. i later increased to 40,000 square miles—in the interior to parture of ait Anglo-American Commission, sponsored by President Roosevelt's Advisory Committee on Political Refugees, tc survey British Guiana, in line The negotiations had failed at what seemed a most encouraging point. That night, however, the vember. The American and British Embassies sisted of Dr. be leased "on generous terms unasked the Foreign Office whether der conditions to be settled herethe talkwould be continued ami after" for agricultural develop, on the following day Mr Rublee men! subj ct to surveys by Britwas received by General (leering. jsh representatives and voluntary organizations ;and (2) TanganBril h-niandateii former German colony where 50,000 aci v as offen d for settl' met In itself, Mr. Chamberlain said, adi f ref iRees depended upon the ability of pi ivnte on i tlm; and Home Sei retarj S I • %  iel Hoare revealed plai i rl refugee rhildn A m iven head H by V'i co ml San hed i • i iinniithat would h ".un,' %  |rei Frai • and 'i"• • N also came f I .. .| .-.-. ,.. .,, ,,. .: | • I %  %  the I i • inn hat Mi R ihli e was at la*1 adwa\ efr %  %  Gi rmai y. %  mirl-P mher. Dr. 11 ialniar %  %  • • %  .md n c mfer • n matters with the i ... %  .,. Bank of Ei g I it it (hi am tinv | ri— ted a %  • • Mr R ibli i and 1 o'd W i tertoi i I : irmati of thi Ii tergov%  rnmental Refugee < 'ommil I n der refugee emigral. i % %  ild be fostered through clearing arrangement : '• • %  te the sal" of German e Is 1 •• M r. Rublee was invited nversatioi Bi %  in advan %  • %  of the pi session of the Intergovernmental i ,.,, • > %  %  .. %  %  January. Bui as fu rl hi eetii % %  lagg d, the Comn • • %  were sol 'or • i the following m nth On Jan nary 10, Mr Rublei and two asati m • again with Dr. S hacht in Berlin. After two d a y of conversation, furtl %  r meetii •_ %  ere posl noned to all w i ; rman go^ ernmenl I ime study modifi I i by Mr. Rublee, which would elimi %  %  •• thi fosl g of German exr rt. On January 21, 1939, Mr. R ll lei %  • \ d a • %  • vised plan < %  •-, ii,p hachl "'" i h differ."! •illj from thi al scheme an i fin ther meel ing was scheduled for th following day. The nexi dav, however, the meeting was railed i ff and shortly afn rwards it became known that D". Schacht had been remov d :|s president of the Reichsbank. M-. Rublee then lef* for Paris to with Prime Minister ChamberIain's offer of the previous Nocommission i i Edward C. Ernst, Dr. Anthony Donovan. Dr. Joheph A. Rosen, Col. Howard C Nicholas, Mr. Emil C. Batailie and Mr. Desmond Holdridge as an members and Sir Crawconfer with officials of the Interford Douglas Jones, S r Geoffr'v governmental Committee, announEvans and Dr. I> W Dutl ring thai the discussions in BerBritish members. After a Iwo lin would he resumed with Dr. months' survey, the commi Helmut Wohlthat, of the Econorej rti I thai "wl thi terr mi M %  i %  I retun Thi off< red for "'• '"• • • h Bi tential possibilities could be realiz d." It was the esp< cial recommendation of Dr. Joseph A. 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PAGE FORTY-FOUR THE JEWISH FLORID1AN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 Plain Talk by Al Segal ITS THE HEAT Dear Mr. Editor: At this writing the weather is insufferably hot. Two fans, one in front and the other behind, fail to do anything for me to stir up the muggy air and thus afflict me ven the moreA piece of paperfallen out of a window across the street, descends through the motionless air and lies without any fluttering on th sidewalk. Oh, I say, it's hard enough to Buffer this day without being Jewish as well. Yet I must sit at ih s typewriter and by the sweat of my brow grind out some lamentation or other for the heart of Israel. The popular authors of Israel are those who know best how to lend Israel's heart but I have not even a tear for him today. I am not feeling Jewish in the least; 1 feel hot. So I have resolved to write no column today. It's no day for work. I shall just sit here surrounded by these envelopes of hot air which make me impervious to the pain of being Jewish; since 'biheat is pain enough, fndeed. I begin to find the heat somewhat comforting as I give myself entirely to it and come t" a solution of the Jewish problem. Yes. if it were always hot like this, people wouldn't have anything else to gel mad at. The heat itself would be enough and they wouldn't look for other things to aggravate themselves with. Who. for example, can be in a mood for anti-Semitism on i( day like this? Rev. Coughlin. were he enduring this heat, would have only the weather or. 1 hi.mind : \ %  • %  %  d. equable weather could a man think up such a monstrosity as "Garflnkelstein" which, according to R e \ Coughlin in a radio address in the coolness "f last Spring, i;!-.,• i-eal name "f former premier Blum of France. X Rev. Coughlin would say, on a day like this, it', far to,, hut to bother thinking up a new an horrible name for M Blum. I'll just let him stay Blum. As, through these heat waves. I scan the civilized world I become aware that only at the equator (the hottest spot) is th.re no anti-Semitism. Only at the equator are there rm Ooobhels. no Coughlins, no Moseleys. no Pel. leys, no Kuhns. This must be more than accidental. At the equator men have enough to do to keep themselves alive in the intense heat; so they are willing to let other people live as they mayMor over. Jews themselves might feel more comfortable hi a continuous heat like this Even now, as I wrestle with the current heat, the Jewish problem is completely off my mind and I find myself unable to write a column for the Jewish press. There are. doubtless, many Jewish matters I ought to be attending to this and that There's so much irr Jewish life to bother a man. But in the heat, of this morning I met another Jew and all I could greet him with was. "Is it hot enough for you. Joe?" On cooler days I greet him. "Have you read the latest atrocity. Joe?" „r. "Let me set' you right o n Palestine," or. "Any bad news today?" My friend, replying to my greeting this morning, devoted! himself entirely to the weather. I though at all other times he is, full of the Jewish problem. He< said this heat was entirely uncalled for and went on to report how he had suffered the night before • "My pillow was wringing wet" ... "I had to get up twice to take a shower" "My wife didn't sleep a wink." Then I said to him. "It was certainly fierce" ... "I tossed all night, first one way. th". the other" "How long do you think this is going to last." He said. "I'll tell you something this heat takes everything you've got my wife is something like you put through a wringer-" Thus, my dear Editor, the heal drives their special pains from ih.3 minds of Jews and provides antiSemites with something real to get mad at. It's a solution of tne Jewish problem. In short, it's al! in the weather—a theory that is unknown to a considerable group of medical men who have been s-i eking to find in climate the answer to much of the skullduggery and other ills of the human kind. Of course, since it is so hot today, I am utterly unable to think of any ways by which equatorial heat can he transferred to and established in the northern climes; to the end that people will be kept so busy denouncing the heat that they will let their neighboralone. It seems not impossible to alter the temperate zono to torrid in a world which is rapidly' accomplishing the miracle of going back from civilization to the savage. Of course, in the beginning such a change of climate would be blamed on the Jews. The Jew-, it would be said, control all the heat through their conspiracy with Jehova. It would be pointed out that it was a Jew. Joshua, who persuaded Jehovah to make the sun stand still at Jericho. So there would be pogroms at first but after it was seen that destroying Jews made no difference in the weather. anti-Semites would resign themselves to baiting the heat, as people everywhere are doing on this hot day. It will be a blessed world in which people hate only the weather. In fact, on this hottest day I find that even veteran Roosevelthaters have exhausted themselves in hating only the heatRoosevelt has just decreed that Thanksgiving Day shall fall a week earlier than ever before, but SO far I have heard no enemy of his complaining against him on that account. Only tomorrow, if it is cooler, they will discover that changing Thanksgiving Day from the last ThursDAXCIXG EVERY SATURDAY SIGHT LEGION CLUB N. E. 66th St. and Bay day to the second last Thursday is revolution and they will say that so-and-so is tearing down the K'. public stone by stone. By these meditations, my dear Mr. Editor, I have made today's heat endurable besides solving the Jewish problem and absolving myself from the task of writing a column, so onerous on a day like this. (The piece of paper that fell from the window still lies on the sidewalk, like a piece of lead.) Yet I offer this letter with certain trepidations: I am aware that after this letter goes into print it may be picked up by some antiSemitic publication which will find in it the clinching evidence of Jewish conspiracy "Jewish Plot to Change the Climate." the headline will is ad. "Jew Reveals Plan tBring Equator North" 1 shall jive you a column next week. Copyright 1939 by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate f NEW YEAR GREETINGS~fo~OUR~ JEWISH* FRIENDS lcks and Keys—Safes Opened. Repaired—Combinat ion Chan*( ed—Expert Locksmith—l.awnmo-er> Sharpened and Repaired MIAMI LOCK & KEY SERVICE PHONE 2-6318—NIGHTS: PHONE I IS s. w. 12th AVENUE—OPPOSITE FIRESTONE STATION I IIAI'I'Y NEW YEAR j I y* + = 2. 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-ni FFTDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THIRTY ONE THE REFUGEE PROBLEM A COMPLETE RESUME OF THE BIGGEST STORY OF THE YEAR! (BY NATHAN C. BELTH) S • era in history has surpaa•• prop >rtion and pathos image "f Jews • i leave their nntive and -i < %  !< haven in distar.'t By foot, "ii land, across %  en ID unknown destina• i -. .: %  %  %  • %  across the :' id.( %  •u'li homeless, -. d, desl itute. Through ,' arrangements with the I • %  of tl American Jew -i 'i, :i Bi ok," s. % %  en Arl to thi' readers of 1 .!, loi lian, this rompreaut | tur? of %  v. i Id catastrophe. THE EDITOR. \ -,. %  i i idvent of the nc has I. en as cruel or .disi oui agii g for German :' athe twel\ e months i tl e Intel uo\ nvmental Refi .I', i ni • a< E %  an, France on .1 11) •'. ISI38 and the %  ng of the p rmanenl comJI'I -;j hy til,Evian conn Londoi on July 19, i i-' iai coi t'' v. :i .brought • h it hi| • %  ••that th %  demoitiors nf I he world were ready to take the firsl %  stops toward a permanenl f thi r< fugi problem. in mths that f Mowed, how oi ly graver politi, %  .I. r burdens upphilanthropic orgawizal ap i in refugee work, unusual ,,f human %  i %  %  • %  yeai's .1"-'a note •' i ipc was again struck, f r a' ••• London cor.'ference of July If. '. the British HUM rnment e* i --,.1 the view, whi li had %  by those engaged in U %  work, that ili•-.' Ycu ha\ Mo us. Word. cannot %  • %  -.. i' :• %  •.. c'ate irr.e. We thai k • AH;-. Ni w V' ar Li I I I Good II VRin M VKKOU 11/ Nate Markowitz Says 'Muimi'i Most Ce.iet.ful Bar" Amend s Famoul Beers on Draught TUFF EXCHANGE BAR Goo-I Luck. GoM He lth. I appreciate thi a j friends, wishing A H a n d Prosperous N e \v N. v. Year to you all WM're All Grcd Sports Meet ANHEUSEP BUSCH J7M East r'laifler St. (Opp. (or. Klks (lull) \ THE BEST BEERS in Town MICHELOB I'hone -•-sillI N \ 111 AN M \I(K('\\H/. A HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRY LETAW PRE SCR'PTIONS—HAVE YOUR PHYSICIAN PHONE All Sick Room Pre.erlDtion 6rvice Supplying Q ^ ter Miim| us Needs. Sam Rssnick Says We appreciate your eood will. Greetings to all our friends \vishir/ you A Happy and Prosperous Ke.\ Year. immediate Deliver" Service ROAD-MIAMI BEACH-PHONE 5.1243 WAY-GABLES GABLES-PHONE 4-6444 j 5o1 LINCOLN ?I0 CORAL S \M |||->M( |\ Thrilling: ^USA JSLE InterestinT SEM1NOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Alligator WrestlingEvery Hour N W. 25th Ave. and 16th St. IN THE TRADING POST Admission Indian Dolls Baskets Includes Mocasins Everything Rugs Blankets Alligator Bags-Silver Work OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M 6:00 P. M Be g*Wr Trtpr"8ting to_S:e All the Time MARKOWITZ & RESNICK The World's Finest Show Rooms 1220 Biscay ne Blvd. BRIGG'S Phone 3-3351 'aA \ 1^1 PLUMBING FIX1 I U/S/S/H/ELfS/S/SfH/BfBfE/S/STt VS/SiZ CARS — RADIOS REFRIGERATORS :



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 A SOUL-SATISFYING NEW YEAR Strictly Confidential (BY DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, PH. D.) TEMPLE ISRAEL—MIAMI To My Brethren of the House df Israel. Greetings: I wish you a Soul-Satisfying New War. More than a Happy New Year 1 wish you today, A Soul Satisfying New Veai-. A n is not exactly happy in t h e %  work of cleaning a patient's bed and feeding a helpless body, but it is certainly soul-satisfying to a true nursi So with U 8 Jews at this time. I cannot say that we shall have a happy New Year this Year, but I do >a y w e shall have a soul-satisfying year, if we are true Jews. Our profession ito bring Light to the World (OrLaggoyim) to become a nation of priests, and a Holy people. Many of us have thought that there was a figure of speech, whereas through the centuries Cod has been telling us through His prophets and sages that it is literal truth, that it is our life's work; it is our holy mission. To be a holy people in a Self" forgetting, a burden-bearing, a heart-trying business. We have been and are now suffering for the sins of the world because we hav • accepted that God-appointed work, and we shall not be released until we have set justice in all the earth. We. the House of Israel, are I being taught through suffering, through expulsion, through persecution, through all the heartbreaking ltssoivs of history that i ours is a great and holy task of bringing light t o the world, the light of Religion, of t h e fear of Go d. You. my brethren, know .all this for you have read this lesson at least three thousand tinres, once each year f'>r three thousand years. We hav.-n't alwayta heeded the lesson Therefore I pray that this year we may be p e r m it t e d to realize our mission. God"s purpose wiih us. of becoming a nati r. of prie>t<. a holy nation, and thus teaching the world: "Thou shalt love the Lord, thy God with all thy heart; and thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself." May this year therefore be more than a Happy New Year, may it be a Self-Satisfying New Year—Amen. ._----t A HAPPY NEW YEAR WALSH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCIENCE SEASON'S GREETINGS [ i i i i Sears-Roebuck | | DU01HDOO OU11111VXI Telephones: 2-1667—3-4040 I • Professional Bldg.—Miami. Flo. | • I Tel.: 5-1444—1213 Lincoln Rd. | Miami Beach, Florida | I Accredited By I • AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF • COMMERCIAL COLLEGES &Co. i • A HAPPY NEW YEAR I. D. PADORR ami hi-tone COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 704-fi X. K. L'n.] Avenue PHONE :;:>s-j;> A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO > of Berlin. In his book Professor Schweinskopf tries to prove that the German dictator Adolf Hitler, who ruled Germany from 1933 to 1942, never existed. • He cites at great length documents chock full of evidence that Hitler was a legend created by international Jewry in ordtr to destroy Germany. %  Professor 'Srjiweinskopf is the last survivor of a curious sect, known as antiSem il g, whom the present republican German government had se gregated in a special area, known as the Nazi Reservation. After th death of Professor Schweinskopf. who is well on in years, the German government intends to mak the te of the Reservation the locale of a huge exhibition of Jewish cultural contributionto German life b fore the Nazis came into power. So far. incidentally, the German go\ i I menti generous offers in its <*f' .'•' forts to indue Jews to return to Germany have failed dismally. As the year 5789 is being ushered in a movement is being organized to send German youths out to Jewish settlements in Palestine &f for the purpose of seeking out Jewish girls to bring back to Germany as their wives. Only by a vigorous campaign to proni >te G rman-Jewish intermarriage, the Berlin Academy of Science has d clared, will it be possible to revitalize the now decaying German culture. "Jewish blood must live once more on German soi'" in the new slogan. (Continued on Page 25) BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BON TON CLEANERS R. L. DAUGHERTY Main Office and Plant 637 N. W. FIFTH AVENUE HAPPY NEW YEAR Phil Davis, Inc. CLOTHING |:W E. Flakier St reel MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NKW YEAR ; • i II) SIDNEY L SEGALL MR. AND MRS I HARRY KESSER AND FAMILY i YVisli All Their fusion ei <. | • Relatives nnd Friend* I A HAPPY NEW YEAR > % % % % % % % % % % %  % % % % % % % % %  %  BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. 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, -$ FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE YOUTH MAKES HAPPINESS ACCESSIBLE f BY MAURICE GROSSMAN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, Y. M. H. A. ILDERS OF YOUTH"— lhai the goal to which we, in the V. M. II. A have dedicated mi > es. That we have succeeded our program, thus far, is p] evidenced by the results u, .\c obtained. •'.:day and ago every proji judged and measured by it%  .-alls. A venture la either a \-oi and the strenuous efforts ere put through to make -titution the greatest youth ,:u organization in this part of the country. !.i .1-. for a moment, look in ret -ee.t at the past year and, folks we can do so with pride > because our progress is • |y remarkable but astounding The following successful projects that were accomplished in • past year will convince any -„• that splendid work can be doi in the community for our Jew • Youth: A rogram sponsored by us in Front Park attracted over rsons seventh annual dan e was al an>l financial since--. Cavalcade of Stars was an OVi '. lining financial success. • many lectures by outstawd%  • G takers filled our auditorium ii ity. dramatic performances by %  in members caused favor omments from everyone. i • general meetings are well • d. The establishment of a social s irvice bureau rendering assistance to those Beeking employment was a much needed project in this vicinity. The Refugee problem was solved, in a measure, by taking them into our fold and extending to them a warm hospitality. We have erected and completed the following: stage; play ground; feme around athleti field; flood lights in athletic field; library. What do the above items show? The answer is self-evident and that is that the Jewish people of Miami are a IW, more than ever. realizing that the V M. H. A. is the real meeting place of the Jewish p ople. A real Jewish Community (enter where one can meet his friends and participate in a social, cultural and athletic program. Much of our success is due to the rec mtly organized Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds. Through its financial aid we are able to enlarge our many projects and start many new ones. That the Federation fills a Community need is apparent, and that it has helped the Y. M. H. A. is self evident As time trees on we wondi r in amazement how Miami Jewry existed without the Federation. B -.' % %  • n i I I I I I GREETINGS DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN "T-J N. W Mtll Street Imported and Domestic Delicacies IEST WISHES FOR > HAPPY NEW YEAR ELECTRIC SALES and SERVICE CO. ".' %  ii N. E. 2nd Avenue MR. and MRS. Barney Hanson and FAMILY and th' Hanson Roofing Company PIONEER ROOFERS IN THIS AREA 2236 N. W. Miami Court j MIAMI 1M1"NE 2-6582 That the people have become ••Community Center Conscious" is evidenced by the fact that presently eleven Jewish organizations use our meeting rooms. Incidentally, there are a few Jewish organizations that are now spending thousands of dollars in payment of rentals for space in office l uildings. Would it not be far better, if all these organizations would lend their efforts to the building of a J wish Community Center where they can maintain their offices and meeting rooms. thereby not only sharing the expense hut creating and establish ing a long-felt need'.' Miami Jewry must be strong and united to fulfill its responsibilities and destiny. At this time, all Jews in the community should and must organize th involves into a democratically constituted Jewish Community Center. The V M. II. A. is that or ganization. Every Jew in Greater Mami. no matter what hireligious or economic opinionbe, I take a hand in Jewish Community affairs and contribute generously toward its support. A strong, united and demo Jewish Community Center ialso essential for the improvement and enrichment of Jewish life lure in Greater Miami. If we have obtained, in the past year, such outstanding success with our small and limited facilities a fortiori in the coming year, with every Jew beli to the "Y" we can make th %  real Jewish Community Cen1 In that way. Miami Jewry may and will build a great sym (Continued on l'aue 21 > HAPPY NEW YEAR E. A. EHMANN ARCHITECT 268 Haley "ii Arcade MIAMI. FLORIDA I I I I HI MR and MRS NATHAN ADELMAN and FAMILY EXTEND Tn ALL JEWRY IN GENERAL AND TIIKIK FRIENDS AND RELATIVES IN i'.\i; Ticu.Ai; BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T T v.i l i WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR • MME. GLUCK CORSETIERK 14 McAllister Arcade PHONE 3 2573 MIAMIFLORIDA • • i i i • i • i i • i i • • • • i • • i i i • i i i i i • • i i • i i i i i. MR. and MRS. MORTON FAGAN ami DAI (iH'IT.I! SUNSHINE nt' the Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. 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$ PAGE FIFTY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 RUSH EMIGRATION OF ALL REFUGEES HOLDING VALID VISAS New York. (WNS)—The blackouts and cvacuatiqns of the capitals and more heavily populated centers in EngJancJ and France Were instrumental in speeding: up the immigration tQ countries overseas of Jewish refugees who had obtained immigration permits prior to September 3rd, advices from the HlAS-ICA Emigration Association in Paris said. In accordance with the expressed, wish of the French Government, the HIAS-fCA Emigration Association in Paris arrenged to transport to French ports all holders of valid visas and immigration permits for overseas lands in the hope that shipping facilities of the Allies and neutral governments will soon be available for their departure. The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society here was advised that American Consulates in Germany have transmitted t" the Paris I sulate General and to the United States Consular Service jn neutral countries the recordSPORTS BRIEFS While Lou Cohen and Jerry Rodman continued as the leading Jewish six-day racers of the year, Harry Mendel of Newark became even more firmly established as the czar of bike racing, Mendel took over when Harry Chapman of New York resigned Now he is the No 1 bike promoter in the pertaining to refugees who applied for U. S immigration visas when the "next" of the respective applicants will, under the prevailing quota regulations. world, with a gentle hand on the pulse of the nation's six-day bike fans. Jackie Gruber. Benny Kaufman and Doris Kopsky. while not attaining their 5698 heights, did very well in their respective fields. JEWRY'S FUTURE RESTS ON AMERICA •" T K CVP^B CTTRB All Kinds ReligionArticles—Hebrew CookB. KLEIN 257 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Florida Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agency)_As in the last World War. the chief responsibility of the Jewish future rests on the Jews of the United States, it was asi sorted here by David ben Gurion, 1 Chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive, who declared that "The world situation is pregnant with dangers and possibilities. The moral weight of Jewry which deteriorated in the last few years, is re-arising. In view of the moral forses at stake in the present struggle, a special responsibility devolves on two great -enters of Jewish strength—Ameri a and Palestine • "Polish Jewry is facing the severest ordeal. Jewry in the British Empire could be of great assistance but. as during the last war. the Jews of the United States bear the chief responsibility for the future of our race and for the conservation and extension of our work in Palestine." Moshe Shertok, Jewish Agency political chief, emphasized the readiness of Jews to render military assistanceThis had been made known to the authorities in London. Jerusalem and the Middle East. "Meanwhile." he said, "we must be prepare for service whenever called upon." GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR J. P. CASH r. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY MEW YEAR TO ALL OUR PATRONS JOHNSON Poultry Market "Your Par?n,ige Aupreci.itea" 25 S. W. 2id Avc—Ph. 33219 SEASON'S BEST WISHES GUSTAFSON PAINTING CO. 1869 N. W. 23rd STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Lee's Bait and Tackle Store, Inc. 13 Years Located at One Location at the Circle Leading to Miami Beach Miami's Largest Exclusive Fishing Tackle Store OPEN EVENINGS 324 N. E. 13th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA r A HAPPY NEW YEAR* To All My Friends ami 1'a trons STANLEY S FOOD MARKET 1678 s. W. 22nd Street -MIAMI. FLORIDA + + + SEASON 'S GREETINGS FOR A IIAPPY NEW YEAR PAN AMERICAN BUS LINES 301 East Flagler Street MIAMI-NEW YORK LIMITED EXPRESS IIAPPY Xi:\V YEAR CHAS. J. FREED Monterey Woodcrafters, Inc. 203o W. Flagler St. MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI WRECKING CO. 132 Y W. I'm I, Street >% HAPPY NEW YEAR j 1 hat the coming year may be one of great prosperity { and happiness for all our Jewish Friends and Patrons is the sincere wish of J ACK MOSELEY DIXIE TIRE CO. Fifth Street and Michigan Avenue Miami Beach J NEW YEAR GREETINGS Mi *L k DLLANEY'S MARKETS 1407 Washington Avenue 411 Forty-First Street MIAMI BEACH I i "OUR BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY GOOD FRIENDS" HOTEL E VANS MIAMI BEACH FI.OMDA + + BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ijj PURE OIL COMPANY PRODUCTS Pino I SHAW BROS. OIL CO., Inc. 56 S. W. First Street WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHONE 2-1741 *fi v J 0 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR PATRONS DURING THE HOLIDAYS GET YOUR FISH AT THE RAKER FISH COMPANY ALWAYS THE BEST—ALWAYS FRESH PHONE 2 6534 Southwest Second Avenue and the River Jewish Funeral Service OF MIAMI BEACH 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE MAX FEIT Director of Jewish Rituals EXTENDS TO ALL ITS JEWISH FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOB A HAPPY NEW YEAH 1 _. %  M. ^, — l



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£ PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 CHARGE NAZI GOVT. HAS REDOUBLED PERSECUTION OF JEWS New York, (WNS)— Contradicting reports that Germany's treatment of the Jews has become more conciliatory since the outbreak of war. George Backer, president of the American ORT Federation, charged that the Nazi Government has redoubled persecution of this minority as a reprisal for formation of a Jewish Legion to fight for the democraimportant it is that we be in a cies. His statement was made Potion to forsee each new cmerat a luncheon held by the FederKt m ;>'Btion in honor of the Hon. Philip merly Sir Herbert Samuel) was Home Secretary in the MacDon* aid Cabinet, spoke of the present status of ORT in England, where a first contingent of 115 students and teachers arrived (September 1st) from the ORT's engineerirfg school in Berlin. The school will be started again soon in I^eeds. but it will be impossible to transport more pupils out of Germany for the present. "This emergency proves how Mr. Samuel said. •'Outwork fur refugees is centered iii Poland. France and Switzerland. }\vrv hundreds of Jewish refugees from Germany .•ire being trained to meet the vocational needs of various nations. These needs will change as the war continues. We know from past experience that the ORT is capable '•f adapting itself to such new demands "Since 1933 over 100 new centers for training in industry and thruK H. Samuel Lord Samuel's son, who arrived here on the Queen Mary last week enroute to Hong Kong. .Mr. Hacker pointed out that in Hitler's last pronouncemi • only the "plutocratic and democratic members of international Jewry" were assailed. The alleged communistic and treacherous influence of Jews in Germany was nut mentioned. "1!" to be a Jew is a .rime and if ;o l>e a democratic advocate agriculture were establishe of freedom is a crime." Mr. Backer said, "then we must all plead guilty before the bar of history. I for one am willing to face the charge, for the Jew has hiown special cross to bear—the swastika But it is apparent that an extra effort is needed if we are to save ourselves and those in Europe from this common enemy." Mr Backer disclosed that since September 6 it has been impossible tn communicate with any Jew in Germany by cable, telephone or letter. He indicated that Jews are no longer permitted to leave Germany and are being drafted into the I.alx>r Front, from which they had previously been barred. Mr Samuel, whose father forout Europe. This year alone -10 new centers were established. Last year CO schools and farms were set up in Poland, where Polish deportees as well as other German refugees now receive training which is already being put on a war basis. "More than 5.000 people depend on us for vocational training that will fit them for a new life. We have no intention of letting them down." Others present included Paul Felix Warburg. Treasurer of the ORT Reconstruction Fund; John Goulston of Sidney. Australia; Murray Levine. Alexander Delowitz and .Max Herzfeld, of the American ORT and others. KEY WEST Mr. and 'Mrs. Joe Perlman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and .Mrs. Morris Holtsberg and Family W sh All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. .1. (',. Hauler and Family Wish All Their RelativeFriends A HAPPY NEW YEA!'. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Appel and Family Wish All Their Relative. Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Kinhurn and Family Wish All Their Relatix Friends A HAPPY NEW YE v GREETINGS SPEED QUEEN WASHERS \\l> IRONERS All M.ikes of Washers Repaired ti.->0 N. \V. Filth St. A HAPPY NEW YEAH FROM J S MAS' PHARMACY .KirM and WJI-SJI iiir.s what BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR $ j DR. ROGER W, ARNOLD I i l-'oi; A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK 'he Bank for the Individual 46 West Flagler Street SAVINGS $1.00 Opens an Account LOANS Safe Deposit Boxes As Low as $3 00 Per Year Telephone 2 I)EP7)SiTS INSURED By The Federal Deposit Insurance WASHINGTON, D. C. S^OOn MAXIMUM INSURANCE | /v W F 0R ,, A(|| DE p OSITOR 0521 Corp. i i *5000I s *>



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE ISRAEL'S FIVE-FOLD PROGRAM A New Year's Message (BY RABBI MAX SHAPIRO) BETH CONGREGATION—MIAMI rimrrniriTiTiWfiMi May I extend the seasonal ophy that will enable us t" try.:greetings—"L'shona Tovah"—"A tallize an attitude toward the r% ^ Happy New Year' 'to my co-repressing problems of the moment — % %  % Unionists and friends of Crater In view of this need I shall devMiami. I take it for granted that iate somewhat from a New Year's 1! of you know the purpose of message and endeavor to formuthis great New Year's Day. and late a five-fold program that may understand its implications. You serve as a declaration of nrinciwill coiiie to the synagogue, burpies for the modern Jew, not only dened with the consciousness of for tin' High Holiday season hut sin. and seeking pardon from the Almighty through confession and enitence. That all of us are sinnerS, more or less, none will digthioughout the year. In the first place, the Jew must maintain the ideal of individuality, not in the sense of selfishpui.. That all of us will really nes-,. hut in the sense of the sa he moved to come to the synagogue by the purpose of the day. redness of human life. It is a curious fait that the Jew through that all of us will be truly peniout the ages has never abandoned tent, and humbly desirous to confess and atone for our sins—is %  rot quite so indisputable. Whatever may be the motivating imhis d'stinct individuality. Yes. despite all vicissitudes, the Jew has received a sharply defined personality, endowed, in the pulse that will hring you to the words of Zangwill, with an "asHousc of God rcmeml er there bestoid fiber", refusing to melt is hut one thing that is tolerabl in the melting pot of mob move i \ I'KS > '!•' ELEANOR'S j IT. .i:. IY-, Street j TH < hir Many Krienils We Extend lii-st Wislns for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CLARK R. PARKER I tistrilmtor "Tom's Toasted Peanuts" Candies and Peanut Butter Sandwiches I + A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JEWRY BESS FUNERAL HOME ••Alw.iys Within Your Means" 1326 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2.3525 A HAPPY NEW YEAR f NKW YEA! I i I I i i I I i .... 4 individual is tantamount to the destruction of a whole universe and the saving of one individual is tantamount to the saving of • %  whole universeLet the Jew have the courage to champion this ideal of divine oneness and the Cod of oneness will be with him | The second ideal that 1 would plac • before you is the idea! "f mercy and tolerance. If there is any phase of our Hebraic heritage that is still BUrgingly alive, it is this quality of mercy in the heart of Israel, this sympathetic sensitiveness to the Buffering of others. this tolerance of the stranger and the estranged to the world. Why was it. ask the Rabbi, that sacrifices for the al tar of God were chosen from doni Stic animals; the ox. the sheep j the goat.and not from the more majestic animal-: the lion, the (Continued on I'age 19) Sincere dreel'mus fur HAPPY NKW YEAH To Mv Many JEWISH KlilKNhs S. L. SWEETING NKW YEAR CKKKTINCS MR. and MRS. JOSEPH R STEIN versa! movement in the life ol nation-, with the result that our individual human lifthas lost ilintrii.-ic value. This, therefore, is the moment when we should proclaim the Biblical concept of man being created in the image of Cod. which moans that human life is divine and human personality is Cod-like. This is .! %  • moment when we >i> mid reii phasize the conviction of our Sages that the destruction of one NEW YEARS GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS HARDIES IRON WORKS. INC. I I A HAPPY NEW YEAR IU YOU ALL | ROBERT P CUTSHAU | OF THE HUNTINGTON SANDWICH SHOP %  Huntington Bldg. Miami. Fl.i — + 3112 MUHDY STREET ...] PHONE 4.2718 is no longer recognized and h.' man personality is no longer appro ciated. This tendency to sacrifice the individual in the name of mi ; mottos crying for a slavish uniformity has now become a uniTn 'MIMany Eriomls and .\t-<|ii!iiiitniH'os a Most Happy and Prosperous New Year MOUSELY Service Station :!(!•_' Collins Ave. MIAMI I'.KACH. 1-1. A. TO OUR MANY FRIEND!) i PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR H E N S 0 N S I SERVICE STATION j 3535 N. E. Second Aveni.e GREETINGS: HALCYON PHOTO FINISHING Specialists in Fine Grain Developing and "Candid" Camera Finishing HALCYON ARCADE ROOMS 275-b-7 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL I i L. B. Harvey i | ELECTRICAL CON1HAL1UK | 2357 S. W. 11th Terrace • I MIAMI. FLA. I .J, • + i •*• f SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GEORGE J. BURCKEL '! BURCKEL BUILT HOMES ..„.-.. i 912 N. E. 95th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA I PHONE 7-3."6S -+ I I i I I i i i i i i • *(r -+ i i i GREETINGS: Silver Bluff Wood Yard S. W. 28th LANE STOVE AND FIRE PLACE | WOOD—ANY LfcNGIH F. H. SAWYER i-lhi.vi: :% %  :-; I GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS j AMERICAN I FUEL OIL CO. | C G. MITCHELL 5120 N. W. 22nd Avenue I NEW YEAR'S GRtfcllNUS TO OUR GOOD JEWISH | FRIENDS 4 CUSTOMERS Mrs. Natt's I Bakery 55 N. W. 36th STREET PHONE 3-3-;61 New Year Greetings Sidney A. De Wolf REAL ESTATE THE MOST HOME VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY 236 N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE PHONE 3-3990 OPEN EVENINGS p


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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15. 1939 THE JEWISH FL0RID1AN PAGE FORTY THREE A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE By Rabbi Morris D. Margolis Jacksonville Jewish Center. Jacksonville. Flu. With a world hovering oil the brink of war, and mankind facing the problem of resistance to agires'ion or submission to the power. f ruthless* brutality, the Jew Ands positi ii indicated in the • v is .if the High Holy Diya During the entire penitential on the Jew rec tea Psalm 27 twice daily "The Lord is my light : in'. -;.l' at'i n; whom shall I feai '.' The I ord is th • stronghold f my life: of whom shall I be i fraid? When evil-doers drew nigh gainst me t i eat up my flesh. ven my advers iri -• and my foe;. mumbled and fell Thoush host shoul I encamp aga : nst nij h :n • woul no! fea : i K h wa should rise against .... eve n th n would 1 be confl |. One th iv-have I aske of •he Lord, that "ill I seek after: Thai 1 may dwell in the house of th I rd, and to inquire in hi* temi le." The Jew who elings to h n llgion an.I finds romfort in the use ,.f God. does not despair under the m~\. trying circumstances. <;•>.! is hs refug? and stronghold. Only those -lews whose attachment to their faith is weak try to find escape in conversion:did many Jews in Italy, or in siiiri.lc. as .lid many J.ws in j Austria and eCrmal.y. Su h -lews fall like w there.! leaves 1 luwn by the wind. The Jew has survived the oppressions, imiuii itions and wars of the centuries because the bulk ..f our people remained firmly attached to the "Eiz Chaim," "The Tr e of Life ." Because of it our people has remained full of • the sap of life and creative eni ; t „ t • I'o th, Manv Friends all.11 i gy to this very day. The a.hiev meats of Jewish pioneers ii. Palestine in spite of terrorism and White Papers is symbolic of our essential health and vigor. We must leal ze that our fate does not depend upon a government or human dictator, but upon our own moral and spiritual -• ength Athe psalmist put it. "Ii. i. i tni-" in princes, in the 01 of man, in whom there is no help when his b*eath departeth, he i eturi i :li to his earth in that evety iVy his des'jrns p rish." i infuture de| ends upon our faith in God and in the ethical idea's ,if our religion. When tragedy has befall n so. manv of our brethrenwe must | rnnfi 1111 our belief that ultimately j "the world "i" I e perfect d under the kingdom of the Almighty." and thai the domin'on of wickedness and iTiclty will disappear. This should be our faith at this %  i al moment in history"Th 1 ord imy light and mv salvati in. whom shall I fear'.'" May the pravcrof Israel ••• th's com ng Rosh Hashonah and Voni Kinpur be a cental le unl i the Lord, our God. May lie hearken unto the an-riiish d cry of our suffering brethren across the si"' Bnd h imr sal .at i in to our people and to all mankind. A Helping Hand | With the coming .f th High II ily Hays, the most sacred holidayin the Jewish calendar, it is our sincere wish and hope that we may be privil ged to continue serving the needy, the sick, the underprivileged and the ag d amongst us. The families that We cared for during the past year with food shelterm dical aid and rehabilitation service was made poss'ble by those who contributed to Ihi funds that helped t i .tiny on the work of th %  Jewish Welfare Bureau. The Executive Committee, tin Board of Directors and the Office Staff extend N w Year'Greetings to those who give and to th >-.• who receive Radye G. Rose, KM u! ive Se< retary Beth David Notes Th? theme motif of the Rosh Hashono sermons to be prcaclud by Rabbi Shapiro will be, "THE PRESENT CRISIS CHOOSING LIFE." RELIGIOUS INSTITUTE The Sunday school activities an tinlle'rew school CUITi ai e being ai rang d by the S i] i r intendent and the Rabbi to meet the requirements of all children who will I. registered at our institute. In next weeks '-.ue tl c dat for registration will be mcntioi and the members of our fi will b r.'.ime I, KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO. ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Tickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESS1 N Now Obtainable Everywhere in I'l'irida NKW YKAU (iKKKTIXOS Russell F. Hand, Inc. Insurance for Everything j 500 Seybold Building I'IIOII:'. t'M Miami NEW YEAR GREETINGS TOOIK MANY JEWISH KRIENDS AND PATRONS Riverside Laundry and Linen Supply Inc. 464 West Flakier Street Miami, Florida I'atlolis of til DESTRO BAR 230 W. Flagler St.—Miami ADVERTISED PRICES Package Goods at Lowest l.i il is DKSTRO, Mjrr. 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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 reality every vestige of hope and defend Jewish and human rights. .. expei tal on It iour task to "WE SHALL LIVE AND NOT DIE" fortify d >, ,.. th. „.,. again in our eventful history, we A Rosh Hashonah Messap;e (BY RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP) ORLANDO, FLORIDA This Rosh Hashanah marks a new century for the Jewish l e %  pie. We usher in the year 5700. A.the New Year beckons with i: expectancy, hope and unknown Jewish hearts are heavy. The sombre shadows which hovered not onyy over Jewish life. secutors. We must renew our strength. We must stop relying on others for our salvation and make stronger our resistance If anti-Semitism raise its ugly head in our midst it is suicide for Judaism aril Democracy to bow the head and slink away in silenceh.it over most humanity last RoshIf Christianity will stand idly by onah have deepened. Since last September w <• have had t h e betrayal not only o f libertyloving Czechoslovakia I'Ut the lunbelievable sell oul of the Jewish people's hope in Great Britain England's Balfour Declara t i o n became ai ithei rap of paper as weakk n e ed Britain ruthlessly Bt tempted •." appease terroriai A r a b s Jewish men, women and children stranded or boats; fleeing for their hope ( ,f landing cargo, hut also suffered with the mercilessly beaten Chinese and overwhelmed Spanish people-. More anil more it habecome char that Jewish problems are hut a part of the world problem The forces exalting power and national chauvinism are seeking to destroy the principles inherent in Judaism. Christianity and in De no. racy. .. %  the impel i ^ clash which -OPI^ inevitable Jewish hearts must heat in unis il with those c" -aerrrtness of the individual human life. It inot for us Jews to (jive up in despairWe arc the world's living and historic example that the "will to live" is stronger than the powers of destruction and brutality. We have weathered many storms in the pa-t and have survived to al '.he graves of our perand permit Judaism and Demo racy to he unjustly attacked, Christianity will he doomed. All efforts must he exerted to fight can weather the storm and savagery. It is the destiny of this generation of Jewry to set another example t> a bleeding world that faith and hope and suffering for ideals are not mere dreams lightly cast a-ide. This faith and hope can only come to Jews who "will to live" from inner convictions In the Hook of Proverbs, Chapter 24, Verse 10 we have the challenge for today. "If Thou Faint in the Day of Adversity, Thy Strength is Small." No one will deny that these clays are dayof adversity. "Kt tzarah hoe I'Yaak iv" 'it a time of trou! Ie ur.' ; i '. leu it ianother RTi %  <' %  <: %  f T proving our inner si From this second camp in world Jewry not much Strength van be expected Afraid to die these .leusuffer among the living. They are not even blessed with the consolation which comes in suffering with others proudly and unashamed. It is in tin 1 third camp that We find the nucleus of Jews ready to live and not die From these .•an he garnered the hope and courage to defend rights and to ham i I energies for survival and victory over the terrifi • onslougrhts of barbarism and pag anism. For centuries the Jew effort to teach a deaf world the joyof peace, justice and mercy have been met by pogrom, murder, inquisition and concentration camp. His effoit to become once again creative on the Jew's ancient homeland has been met by derision, terrorism and betraya Vet. as the year 5700 approaches the Jewconscious of a remark able heritage renews hifait I (Continued on I'agC •'!"*> lives their without human World Jewry is divided into three camps • i lay. In the first camp are th isc Jewin Germany, hack our enePoland, Hungary. Roumania, Rusmies using the sja .„,,, ,,.,,........ vl „, .,,.,. trapsame methods |1( .,| iiy enemies who seek their if necessary' : 'destrucl on through many meth do our attackers ,,,i. p rom .-,.,..,. ca ptive Jews If two-faced ra L. \ ,,.„ ;l ,[,;< camp ,,.,.; P iliticians a t tna ,.,.,. ,. ,.,.. ,„ight he found tempt to wrest ;„ running aw iy ami avoiding from JekWish j ew j sn i :I ,.. Thousands of Jewhopeour anj„ Germany ai : Italy are becomcient homeland. .,,._, m( >dern Marranos through every energy conve rsion and forced baptism. must he utilized [ n America the weak Jew can be to frustrate such spotted by his ivoidartte of Jew-; ish c mtact an I associations. Lacking the ei strength to stand up II face an alien world. weak Jew :afraid to stand, up again1 Jew -n attack-: he is ff irts made to GREETINGS N. G. FILLEY USED CAR LOT I I:\SY TKIIMS I j ?00 W. Central A(..— Phone 5416 j ORLANDO. FLORIDA T COMPLIMENTS OF The Schwob Co.! MAKKI:." I •!•" SCMWOBILT CLOTHES i.p.l.ANIui Kl.oRlOA I %  '. gns. We may lose every battle hut we shall at least die i if die we must) fightIng for human and just cause-. At the present time too we must show the world that the Jew's will to live iastrong ait has 1 een through the centuries. The -pirit of surrender must only he for our enemies. 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r St"^* ^ • ^c FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE The American Jewish Congress and the American Jewish Committee are >till trying to get together. %  The Joint Distribution Committee hn< transferred its Palestine team is expected to wilt first honors because of i t s* strength in long-distance racing. Scientists claim that the Jewish supremacy in marathon h adquarters to Palestine and is running is attributable to the old conducting a big campaign for principle of the survival of the the relief of English and French fittest, which operat d so effecJewry. The Jewish Commonlively in the days of illegal imw.alth of Palestine refuses to ac migration into Palestine, wh n Strictly Confidential FOOTNOTES TO THE FUTURE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) DIAGNOSIS OF PROGNOSIS 57(H) doing into the 57th century. Makes us (l nnieli oliler llinn the rest nf the world. I'.ut there is no respect for old ago these days. For us .">7 centuries simply mean 51 varieties of persecution. .">7 centuries, ami the world is —Tall so infantile. so eru.l. s.> stupid, We're feeling sorl of philosophieal today, which is not as it should be with our column. To snap nut of it we'll turn hack a year. Last year we gave up a preview of what 5699 would hring forth \nd. if we do say so ourself, our hut tin", average was pretty p I. -lust cheek up on us. True, we flopped here and there, hill we had the right idea W e didn't believe Frankfurter would get that s,,,, on the Supremo ,, l;iin „ dMcendant „ f X( ilu mil „ chair h UnivergitJ ..ur.. but ive underestimated Koosevell s courage. We did, „,„ famoua appeasement ,„,„„„.,. however, predict thai Urandeis would resign this year o f fiftv years ,, ,,„.,._ nas ap Hed We told you that the l!KI!l World Zionist Congress would take place in Switzerland, rumors nboiil a Congress on nur own shores notwithstanding. We told you that Dr. Solomon (ioldman would he re-elected '/.. (). A. I'rexy. That Pierre van I'aasen would publish a best seller it's been a best-seller WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Walker Casket Co. 1433 N. E. Miami Place eept a Ix-aguc of Nations Mandate overGreat Britain A White Paper issued by the Palestinian Parliament proclaims that the Irish and the English will never get together and that it would be too much trouble to take over the administration of the British Isles A long stride forward to Rosh • Buri (1 on an inside page of Hashanah, 5789. Th • sensatior, the Doar Hayom, Palestinian !!. % %  of the year just past was a brew daily, is an item relating weighty one by Professor Fritz that an Englishman named (hamSchweinskopf, who long, lone ago only those .lews able to outdistance British and Arab police for long stretches managed to sur vive. • ANOTHER 39 YEARS now for the ish history. 58th century of JewTHE HALF CENTURY MARK ah for over seven nths now That Max liner would fail on his come-back trail. Thai there would lv a lot nf talk iibout new territories for the refugees, hut nothing would happen. We gave you a more or less realistic preview of things thai would never happen on the Jewish scene, and unfortunately, our predictions having been preponderantly gloomy We were :•!! per eeiil correct PREVIEW OF A CENTURY If Hitler can speak in t nilof thousands of years we surely are ent'tl d to talk in terms of cen turies. Besides, it'much saf er to predict the n M hundred years than the next year .Our L'I at-grandson, not we, will have to carry the brunt of our errors, if any. Which reminds us that I lot tor Nostradamus, the great predicter of th sixteenth century, about whom Hollywood recently made a film, was a I w We point this out again bei ause tli • Hollywood dir ctor buried Nostrauo-nus' family in graves headed by crosses and put th proph.tie Doctor himself into a Catholic monastery A n d to the British courts for permission to change his name to Ben G.urion. 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FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SIXTY ONE % & FACING THE NEW YEAR (BY DR. BEN ZION BOSKER) EDITOR RABBINICALASSEMBLY BULLETIN departure • >r the year B698 the opening of n new era. It • HI.1 complete mental anil lunl readjustment and pre-• : the need for conscientious mry. Have we the strength, and stamina to meet the • %  'ion* task before us? Whir role, as Individuals, in a -•<.!' t.nirii: world crisis? In this • --'7 West Flagler St. j Phone 2-1384 Geo. P. Walden, Prop. Al Wolfe, Mgr. GREETINGS J. V. HARDEMAN & CO Insurance All Lines 214 Congress Bldir. RHONE 3-4667 + C Stallone and Associates I Of til,' j FIFTH AVENUE SUNDRY STORE Exti inls a Happv Xew Y.-ar To All I 71.! \ W. otll Ave. | I I 'In me 2 0S.V2 i 'I'.. All My Friends ami Acquaintances A Mosl Happy Xew Year HARRY WASSERMAN ST. REGIS HOTEL n tinI Tear I of Town' A HAPPY NEW YEAR I j RICHARDSON l i s. !•'.. 1st St.— Miami j I FURNITURE I 257-259 W. Flagler St. I I I i Extends to their Many Friends and Customers Best Wishes for HAPPY and PROSPEROUS N E \V Y E A R EEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SI M. BREGER KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY MIAMI BEACH i MEAT DEPARTMENT Trachtenberff's Kosher Market 1323 Washington Ave. PHONE 5-2919 MEAT DEPARTMENT White Rose Kosher! Market 87 Washington A'-e PHONE 5-9277 FREE DELIVERY • -• •IXCERK WlsllKs FOR j | HAPPY XEW YEAR j J i t t i t t i i MYRON S. ZEIENTZ i : i F. X. JAMES O'BRIEN j j PHONE 2-8181 r SEASON S GREETINGS • J i TO OPR JEWISH FRIEXDS AND PATROXS J BALDWIN MORTGAGE CO. j j BALDWIN INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc J j •< T SEYBOLD BLDG. MIAMI I Nicel ,1 H I § I I I I i i! \v I! !! !! II I I i ey runerai 1*J.*)() Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH ome (/ y X extending best wishes for a very Happy Ne Year to the Jewry of Miami Beach in particular, and all Jewry in general we pledge our utmost cooperation to the realization of a better understanding between the members of the Association and the general public so thai Kashruth may not be merely a byword, bul a reality. Your cooperation will he welcome. Miami Beach Kosher Butchers Ass'n. DEDICATED TO THE WELFARE OF PRODUCER AND CONSUMER %  \ i EXTKXDS TO ALL ITS JEWISH FRIEXDS SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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Q PAGE THIRTY TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE REFUGEE PROBLEM Continued from Page 31) Polish Government requiring Polen the other, by now and violently ish citizens resident abroad '" repressive measures taken by the obtain renewal of their passports -N.i :is agaii st the .lows in ir rmany. 'l'lv. ;e measures resulted i n for the first time the World War. the term ••i o-man's-la id" was heard %  -' in Euro] ly now it ha even more cruel me Not battlef i : were these now tai 's-lands", but f ten tory b >i %  > rii %  %  i o intries, often n thing in an open field or a dit h, Not soldiers were nhabitants, but helpless, able fug< I--, men, women and children, whom no land would admit—blazing indictments of the brutal lengths to which anti-Sem. it ism could go Tho first of these "no-man's-lands" was an old vermin-infested barge anchored i by October '-".'. The deer e would have denationalized thousands of Polish Jews in Germany with a lame group of "stat less" .lew-. Without warning or explana"!.' the night of <>, %  her 28, thousands of .lews throughout Germany were roused from beds, many permitted to take nothing m ire than th i lothes they wore, hoard snecial sealed and buses and taken t i the border where thev were forced out over th frontier. Many of the dep irtees, although Polish national-, had Keen li\ inir in German] more than twenty year-. some of them weii> vet! 1 orn in Germany and were Polish nationals de jure only. The greatest concentration of these unfortunates was near the th Danube near tho Hungarian little town of Zbasyzn. Overnight shore. On it were some 80odd j ts population of ."..000 was literAustrian refugees, ranging from B |iy doubled. Refugees slept in children to old folk, who had been the Streets, in open fields, in tents expelled from Burgenland. and in abandoned stables. SimiPerhaps, in a tru r sense, the | ar „.,,,.,. ,(„, conditions wear N %  first no-man's-lands were on < h >' n ; ,n. Ledz., Lwow, Cracow and borders of dismembered Czechoj border towns. Th> situation was sJovakia With the frontiers ununprecedented, the hysteria gendetermined for -,'iks, groups of era!. The very barest necessities Jewish refugees, large and small. 0 f life were not available. Within Were shuttled hack and forth in twenty-four hours, however, offiBl inhuman came. One croup of ,.:.,] s of fn0 Am rican Jewish Joint rose t" heroic heights and in ial campaigns raised 2, ,000 (ab il $400,000) for the aid of the deportees. Appr \: maiely 13,500 deportees were registered by the relief committees. and as the year drew to a clOS nearly 11,000 -till required direct relief, although some had been permitted to enter the interior of Poland and -onie other-, as a result of Polish-German nej had been permitted to return to Germany for short periods |Uidat %  tluir property. The shock of the Polish bi •:ts had hardly sub when the world was horrified by an event even m ire outragi n a-i' igioms throughout 'I • many. The pretext for these pogroms was grounded in the events on the polish b irder. Among the thousandof .lews at the Zbaszyn camp wre a couple named Grytlszpan To their son, seventeenyear-old Herschel Grynszpan, residing with relatives in Paris, they sent a postcard telling of th ir plight. On November s the youth walked into the German Embassy in Paris anil shot down Ernst vom Rath, tho third secretary of th,. embassy. The death of vom Rath two days later was th,sicnal for nationwide riots +• 800 spent eks in zero weather in an open field between MischI •' • Vusti -. and Brat Other no-man's-land campwere situated aNitra, Tapol any, Lilini, Mi> halei e. Prestany ai ino. Thousands were marooned in these places When, in 11 I Distribution Committee in Warsaw organized a relief corps. Phvsicians and nurses arrived, and truckloads of food, clothing, medi al supplies were brought to %  he ei Stables were i or \ er( %  el into barracks; food kitchens and first aid stations were set up. '— — + I r. ,c ded I i Hungary, anti S ti Hungai inded up 10,000 .ii v. in thi %  i w l> %  ys and d .] %  few h irder. Thi found tself i ty of Kos %  Slowly • m's-lai were liq • %  f Jc f >ff al restrict The lam -• f the i 1 it %  • the G 1' ,h f tier \ Jews of Pol, %  f> Germany rout the night oi ii %  %  .] %  %  _'ind lef f ates The num 1 ers 12,000 i; peopl etext f action was a i-d SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JOSEPH I. DAVIS ber, 1938, Slovakia was grant S | ow y hl no man i, i ands in all autonomy, and a large slice of i Zbaszyn were liquiI who were not perI mitti'd to enter Poland pro] rated at Zbaszyn. In | fa e of this %  mergency, imPolish Jewry ts< I + j. 1). INT DC; VV1 TAKE Tills "I'l'iiK TIAITV TO EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL Mil; A NAPPY NEW YEAR t Joseph M. Cheetham \\ [X ; [IIS M JEWISH l-RIEXDs A HAPPY NEW YEAR I j HOLIDAY GREETINGS j Edsinger Hotel j 1244 Ocean Drive I MIAMI REACH INSURED SAVINGS X MORTGAGE LOANS A snvincs nno Loan RSSOCIRTIOII • OF minmi 45 N. E. First Avenue J. M. LIPTON. President PHONE 3-2652 I I t +• i which had all the earmarks of having been organized in n Ivance) and for a billion mark fine imposed collectively on the .lews iii Germany, and f" 1 other punitive measures. These events, while they fur ther complicated the efforts of George Ruble and the Intergovernmental Committee, shocked the democratic nations into renewed efforts on b half of the ees and potential ref President R >osevel1 on Novembt r 1.*) recalled the American Ambassador to Germany in order to get a firt hand view of t nation. Thr i da> laten Get many recalled \ lassadoi Washington. Pit sidenl %  %  ose\ ell also t iok stc pto all N ate t,u • ..f i efugi cbj -• ug %  >' %  %  order extending for the visitor-' permits of 15.000 German and Austrian .lews temporarily Hi the L'niti : -' -. : the ground that it would be 'cruel and inhuman" to send them bai k to probable imprisonment or interment in concentration campHe also urged Myron C. Taylor. vice chairman of the Interg ernmental Refugee Committi • %  co at oni %  • I. • i m for a m< • %  • i in it tee, Stat De tart ii • nt, in it itement, urged I is dent% %  %  "•-• % %  : ible i effort %  fii ding a lut to the ref l.m. T followini P M %  ister Chamberlain, speak at 1 efore thi Hous f Common* offei |>ei two Br tisl %  %  %  %  lefugei -•••'. m md udn ncreas nun i' ed Kingdon Th • %  -• %  i Bi %  Guiann tl P 1 1 ontinued on Page 33) ITHE CODY CO. i Store and Restaurant I • Equipment | I MIS X. 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PAGE TWO TM* IBWHH 7L0KIDIAK FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor RETURN TO CITY Mr. and Mrs .! Gerald Lewis returned to the city from the North where they have been viait Hg with relatives and friends. • • Mrs. Ethi R thlein and have ed from a three n New York where sited 1 elath es and friends. R %  •• remained there hi a student at New Y irk Uni> • rs ty. Dr. and Mrs. Milton < and da if ter Laura, of • 'oral eturned from a %  • i M • Dr and Mrs Samuel Aronovitz i panied by their daui OS W. Ilth Street. returned to Miami after a Bix week's visit in the New Hampsl M tains, They left their ton Nathan, in Gainesville where r, II nti r the University of a as a freshman. • Miss Mildred Berkowitz and brother returned to the city from Hendersonville, N. C, where they have been visiting. <• !> • Mr and Mrs. Jack August and son returned to Miami from Hendersi nville, N. C. where they have heen visiting for the past several wi eks. % %  • J. w. v. MEETS The Freda Markowitz Post of tht Jewish War Veterans held a meeting Monday evening at the I-egion Home with Commander H. H. Farr presiding. Matters pertaining to the convention were discussed. Commander Farr has received many letters from Posts North thanking the Miami V'-for the wonderful time had at the Miami convention. Thi Ladies Auxiliary of the ? -• m< • at the same time with Mrs, Peggy Palmer presidir.tr. Matter^ of importance were tri ;. ", |, ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement of Miss Audrey Wolff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wolff of Miami Beach to Edward Loch, son of Herbert Loeb. of Chicago, is being announced by her parents. Miss Wolff was graduated from [da M. Fisher senior high school and attended Yanderhilt University in Nashville. Mr. Loeb was graduated from the University of Michigan. The wedding will he an even! of October 3rd at the Columbus li ENTER SENIOR ^ EAR AT COLLEGE Mi i:\ KltY Fill %  Dill. ,| ., -...•: .i Julj I. I!' 10. lit the !•-•'• ; thi Man i SlliSilll iN FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER '5. VOL. 12. NO. 36. %  and Isadorc Zuck^TJGUST BROS Ry f 3 J^ Is the BEST' I a. MARIO Your Hairdresser l.e fifth Avon New York 537 LINCOLN ROAD Phone 5-3160 LINCOLN THEATRE BLDG Miami Beach 539—41st Street—Phone 5-5428 700% RYE BREAD HEALTH-KOSHER Made fresh daily from 100 per. cent whole RYE and all Health ingredients Good as cake. HEMINGTON-MANAGED HEALTH FOOD SHOP 12 S. E. FIRST ST—2-0356 WlsHIXd Ot'R MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS WALTER S. MACKAUF M I WALROSE junior bootery 932 LINCOLN ROAD AMI BEACH. FLORID i ORRECT FOOTWEAR •FROM TOTS TO TEENS'' F E A T I" R mam AM llU SHOES 6IVE YOUR CHILD CORRECT BODY BALANCE •



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIFTY THREE THOUSANDS OF JEWS REGISTER FOR DUTY i \V.\s i Jewi -h immigrant% %  arc ie re • isrvi e ith the Frcni h rate of 200 per h A i g ition, operated by Jewish War Y red that already i I Ji wish immintecred and that out all ablemen among the 100 immigrants, not in. will be in uni" i \V o in en's International Organization. together i ISE (Jewish health so: he Federation "f Jew%  have opened a >.v. ial i ffi c t" receive appli :al i for war duty from Jewish wome'i. who i lamoring to enlist iii any service useful t.. the French -i A station has i en open%  ,.,! ithi Federation of Polish Jews ihere women, interested in •_ .n Red Cross work, may take courses in medical and sanitary aid. I \ aliens, meanwhile, have ordered by the French authorities re( -ter with the police wi'hin i • -. Fa ilities will be pio vided •' those who desire leavi thi i ountry but it is certa'n it •'• foreign .lews will avail therm elves of the opp >i u*ily. The • li >• order also provided for t stration of German natFATHER COUGHLIN TIED UP WITH BUND INVESTIGATOR FINDS MAROONED OH A REFOCEE SHIP | New York. (WNS) Contending that there a "tie-up %  reel Father Charles K. Coughlin ai the German-American Bund," William A Muelli i il investor for "Look" Magazine, revealed that "Fathi r Coughlin tacitly admits the partnership by including in his speeches sentences identical in tone and structure with those of Goebbels. Nazi minister of Propaganda, He als i quoted sources found in a Nazi propaganda handout called World Service. His Social Justice is sold at Bund meetings, Edward B. Filch, of Now York City. member of the Coughlin-backed Christian From admitted that copies of Coughlin's publication I were sold at the Bund's Camp Nordland all last summer." Thinking the investigator a sympathizer, William Schmidt. SIDNEY SEGALL President Zionisl District nt' Greater .Miami ionals in preparation for isolating those who may fall under the category of real Germans. Tie mi asure is expected to have little head of a German importing firm effect upon thi' majority of Jewin Yorkville and an officer in ish lefugees from the Reich, most Fritz Kuhn's storm troops, told nf them having registered for investigator Mueller that "Father service in the French army for Coughlin and Kuhn are good the expressed purpose of contribfriends Kuhn tried to get him Uting to French victory and Hitto take off his collar and go into ler's defeat. politics, but Father Coughlin Relatives % bout across Ike few feet of water to the 907 refugees stranded <>n the S.S. St. I,ouis. Forbidden to land in (.uba un.l forced to return to Europe, where they were ultimately given temporary refuge, these refugees symbolize the tragedy of Jewish liomclrs,nes that has driven many desperate men and women to set sail upon the high seas in search of sanctuury. Action by the Joint Distribution Committee was vital in savins the refu B ees from beingreturned to Cermany. The fund-raisin K effort, of the Joint Distribution tornmitlce for l":*" arc combined with the United Palestine Appeal and the National Coordinating Committee Fund. Inc.. in the Lnited Jewish Appeal for Refugees and Overseas >eed. hand-in-glove with foreign wi ddn't groups. "If the time com.-for because ( I Schmidt protection," he told the investisaid. gator, "we can count on the M ue ii e r a tod 3 seph M-Bund." McWilliams' meetings in Williamof the Christian M New York cheer attackMl R >OSeizers V [ted 1 • %  velt and applaud Hitler. Mueller was Coughlin-inspii 1* found. admitted his M were K To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year L // M 0 R Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasanoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Sons W eh All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. .1. I.. Kaufman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler and Family W Bfc All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kovner and Family W %  All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and MrsHarry Korctsky and Son W -h All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Moses Krieger and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and Daughter, Joy W sb All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levitt and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lutzky and Sons W th All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benj. I.e Vine and Daughters Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. H. London and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. FJi Levin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR MrSam Lipton Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Bertha B. Levy and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Lipton Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Joe Mechlow Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. IMintzer and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Marty Milstein and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant and Son, Elmer Wi.-h All Their Relativean I Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz and Children Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ida Optner and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper and Family Wish All Their Relative^ an 1 Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rosen and Family Wish All Their I: 18"! Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAT. Mrand Mrs. Manuel Ripp.i Wish All Their Relative.an i Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin and Family Wish All Their Relative? a-d Friends J A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth and Family Wish All Their Relatives and f Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR R M Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kellman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and g Friends §P A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and MrsH. Miller and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Max Rappaport and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. IL Rayvis and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and MrsE. M. Reisman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten and Family Wish All Their Relatives ar.d Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and MrsJoseph Rosenthal and Family Wish All Their Relatives and 1 Friends 7 A HAPPY NEW YEAR N Mrs. H. Reichgott and Sons. George and I-eon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bomer Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR T Mr. and Mrs. M. JNadel and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Rose and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR The Original Rubins Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. SRabin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE TO MY FELLOW CONGREGANTS (BY RABBI ALEXANDER S. KLEINFELD) CONGREGATION B NAI ISRAEL—ST PETERSBURG, FLA. "Israel's Eternal Call" "I heard the voice of the Lord saying, Whom shall I imd, and who will go with us? Then said I. 'Here am I: sen dme\"— Isaiah Chapter VI VIII. \\ ; ievi reads this ch ipter ightfully, will find words thai burn with ;i zeal to carry him stibly in the fiirht of prophi •'spirit and will gain jht into the • of n %  Thesi i ds have an evei t ; al applicability, not alone in the days of Isaiah, but i TI every heal i fod's i all f ir Hiengers for rvica and duty. The more a man strays from G I and His people, the harder it ito find the right road backward The doors of a now year is n iw open to the "Sons of is. ral" calling to us to be livingwitnesses to the vitality of Israel's Strength and Israel's faith. Let us heed the call of Israel's prophets: We need man) a noble soul To accomplish the needed goal Loyal men. faithful women, hold and see We shall not wait, "Here am 1. i s. nd mo." GREETINGS FRED L. ELLINGTON Automobile Repairing In All Its Branches SOfll Oak Avenue Coconut Grow PHONE 4-2487 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR 0 0 0 RISER DRILLING CO. WATER WELLS FOR ALL PURPOSES 401 N. W. 29th Street PHONE 2-7176 A Message From National Council (Continued from I'aee fi) grre program is an active one, r" adjusting; the immigrant housewife to the American way, teaching English tii the adult making them conscious of their plai e in our local community, teaching them I o aci >pt our city as their "new homo." Another service of work that M iami Secti m does, i %  scholarships to those young -' idents living in Miami who sti for a higher educat or and whose parents may not 1> in a pos I n to afford their childi %  • %  this cr education. Th>' Jewish woman';>!.i c in the woild scene of today is unique and forging forward because of her understand ng of what it means and huw much can be gained to live in a Democratic form of Government as our United States permits us to. Miami Section memb rs thankful for being either American horn or naturalized Americans taking active part in all Americanization programs, feeling the need of spreading the propaganda of goodwill, brotherly love an< Ameri anism. I et us hope that in the coming year 5700 that the cycle of hatrod, \ Icious propaganda .and persecution of .ill classes will l>e eradicated That tin 1 women of the world will in their efforts of kindliness and social being forge ahead to a higher level of happi' i.vss for all mankind. Youth Makes Happiness Accessible 11 on i in u I'd from Page •">) of Judaii i ami humanitarianism By building a Community Center, we will instill in our youth a cr ative pride in their American and .Jewish heritage which is perhaps the paramount task of Jewish leadership today. By so doing, We will be aide to say with all truth that: "Youth makes Happiness An essible We are not naive enough to believe that the building of a Jewish Community Center in Miami is a simple task, nor are we pes simistic enough to believe that is impossible. It will be hastened only by the enthusiasm, cooperation, and interest and a unite I front of the Jewish people the selves It must come basically from a vital urge within the Jewish Community itself. HAPPV NEW YEAR MIAMI AUTO PAT MEREDITH Prop. 630 N. W. Fifth MIAMI Street MR and MRS. JULIUS DAMENSTEIN and DAUGHTER WISH FOR ALL TIIEIll KKIKXDS A II \V\'\ AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I'.KsT WIKI1ES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SPITZER SERVICE STATION ."iti \ K. s|-:< <\|> AVENTE PHONE 3-1967 (OCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 301 Northwest 29th Street SINCERE GOOD WISJ 0 T A M I A M I TRAIL TOURS, INC. o BURTON SCHOEPF PRESIDENT *** %  i ftREKTIXOS TAMI A M I CYCLE CO. 1561 S. W. Eighth St. MIAMI 623 Washington Avenue MIAMI REAl H i I t t t I l i I I i Silieeiv Wi .lies t,. All < >llf j Relatives ami Friends for A HAPPY NEW YEAR j MR. and MRS. I George Chertkof MR and MRS. MOSES PALLOT and FAMILY AND BRIDGE BAR 456 W. Flagler Street EXTEND TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ^9ru*u*t^c& / Lj£t*uz&s>< AMERICAN BANK & TRUST CO. MIAMI. FLORIDA LEO ROBINSON, President • )



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THIRTY-NINE THE Y. M. H. A NOTES n:v II \I?UY sum \IM>. Program over statin,, WKAT, "The Ways and Methods of the tit Division of the F. B. I., Miami Beach. Mr. Maurice GrossP, B. I." Ra Zwitman grave a dn I the organizal I r. man, acted as M. C. The followfhort address. Chestei AlexanSamuel Beckman pres M. C. I". -I %  28, M r. II ij Wo I ml;. Tax < 'ollector of %  i %  i %  ike on "The Exn Tax i %  ; i I i %  i • %  P B • 7 i %  } i I'll -A• B< i D faj Tra : %  • I. %  P water has flown Into of "Y" a • \ ii ies dur! a %  : year, I theref il appr pi iate t.. off r :' • %  f the | .•'.-t year's acl tlu' | rogresa made by granization. i Executive Director, Malissman, took offi e on Au:. 1938. That summer saw %  -tablishmenl of a Cultural •A hich has nl inued with success, aof this date Since the inc ption of tural meetings, :i to) sons have been in atten• the Y. M. 11 A. club While a!! thes? lectures iteresting, I wish to call ttention to a few of the ling programs. i in October li. 1938, Stanley Lowell s^olc -Semitism in Germany." Dr. chairman. S'ovember '.'. 1938, Dr. Man K'.ieel, noted heart specially on "Slow Up ami Live." !il Rand ami Louis Sail ded S ivember 16, Judge Worth spoke on "Fl li'la *M ; 1• im.in presided. S'ovember 23, 1938, the Y. %  a program in Bayfi >n\ This was the first tini > tn the on tin mill. of Greater Miami thai i Jewish rganization was %  this privilege. Though this afwil liwgi r in our memoi ieg for fair is • ,\\ ancient history, it ig Tin • to come. N'ovi mber 30, 1938, A. I. delivered a lecture on i icy." Dr. Sam Beckman presided. fi Den mber 11. 1938 Th • (v ~\ %  i f mi an e of our I)' a1 %  ;i i given in the fo -m of two one-ael plays enl "S %  i i %  •" and "The Pamperi i 11 Th players, all memof th Junior Y. M. II. A. performe i splendidly. 7December l". 1938. A ; : debate was held on the topic: "Resolv d, that Women Should Pay Alimony." Pave Lamelman and Mrs. Aar >n Freilich repreented the affirmative side and Mr. Sam Gilver and Miss Ida I* %  ;' % % %  :. now Mrs. Sam Sped r %  %  • e ••• I the negative side. 1 %  .iff niative side was awarded a hai line deeision. Mr. Samuel I off. Director of Personnel of the Jewish Welfare Hoard of New York was guest speaker. 8. December 14, 1938. Through the courtesy of Miss Hel n II ickett the Y. sponsored a Radio e I in this oul iiiR program: Mill n A. I man, E, All erl Pallot, I. o R N'ai Roth. Miirry n Fried man. M. ('. I e! ruarj 18, 1939 \ I Y. Valentine Party. IT. Fel i uary 16. 1939. A, L. Miami N'aicov .;. | A VERY HAPPY I NEW YEAR JEtiiSH REFUGEES IN SHANGHAI I JIMMIE'S | GRILLE j i Bar and Liquor i | Store I MIAMI : FLORIDA I t t i i • i i t I IT i%  >i"i: i'!.i:.\sri;i-: TO I:\TI:\: %  • KW:.I| KlilKXDH AND PATH" N WISHKS KDlJ HAPPY NEW YEAR y* ROB FINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. 222 N. W. 26th Street Phone 2-3705 T W MILLS A H. BECKER -i STEAKS, CHOPS SEAFOOD Specializing in Delicious Charcoal Broiled NEW YORK SIRLOIN STEAKS + I Prepared and Served to | a King's Taste ENTERTAINMENT DANCING OPEN ALL NIGHT 3651 S. W. 8th Street at the Entrance to Coral Gables I %  i BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Is THE WISH i '!•" East (oust Bag and Metal Co. INC. 445 N. W. Eighth Street \ croup of Jews in the Shanghai Relief Committee headquarter*, rame of the 20.000 who have fled to the Chinese port from Nazi oppression. The pressure for emigration from Germanyhat become Ml great that the refugees have gone to the remotest corners of ilia • iirtli in search of new homes. i



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io FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN -< COS M K TICS SOLD IN BULK Now you cnn buy i-VE your every cosmetic HE need by the ounc 1 in bulk! Nothinc COST over 25c — qu.iht; OF equ.il to the beat. JARS, Cte.insing Cre.im 5c LA ;ELS. oz.; Tissue Cre.im 15c 02.; IndividualEOXES ly Blended Powder •! 3 ounces 25c AMERK 2AN BEAUTY COSMETIC SHOP SEYBOLD ARCADE £ NEW YEAR GREETINGS i > i J. ARON ABBOTT Ingraham Building" A HAPPY NEW YEAR R. C. Fieeman Agent MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH AND ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION, OMAHA 511 Security Bldg. > MIAMI. FLORIDA + + ST WISHES FOR A \ITY NEW YEAR MR AND MRS SAM PRUSOFF and FAMILY Shenandoah Curb Market 1820 S. W. 8th Street PHONE •_' !.">07 f •i U'I'Y NEW YEAR j BIRDIE FREDERICK | • •", \V. .I".I.-1.T Si. J MIAMI. FLORIDA REST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Northwest Furniture Co. KRONENFELD, Prop NEW AND USED FURNITURE AVAILABLE AT LOWEST PRICES 77 N. W. 36th Street PHONE 83">ii 4 THE REFUGEE PROBLEM (Continued from Page .tfi) I seni representatives to Cuba to Frequently refugees pope with the situation. On June 1. President Laredo Bru of Cuba ordi" d the shir) to leave Havana obtained inad quate or invalid documents from consuls in Europe thai were no) honored by the rentral governments represented >' theofficials. Sometimes regulations were changed while refugees were on the high seas and, as a result, whole boatloads of r fugccs wandered from land to land and port to port Beeking admission. A sho king example of such a i I "f unfortunates which pd the attention of thi world unon this phase "f the refuge? problem was the HamD stribution Committee sought to burg American liner St. Louis, l 1 lin permission for the landing wh'ch sailed from Germany for of the r-fugees. On June 5. Pres | Cuba on May 15, 1939, ten' •lays i,, '' ? '' ,!nm announced thai he I after a decree had been issued by wouW B ran a temporary haven the Cuban Government voiding ail for tne ,vf ">-' '< ,s if relief organiI landing permits previously issued nations would be willing to mo by the Cuban commissioner of vide guarantees, in the shape of i immigration. Nine hundred and deposits of 1*500 each for refu seven of the passengers on the and threatened to have ii towed out by gunboats if ii did not go under its own steam. He refused to entertain any further repr %  al ions i,i behalf of the refu eee until the ship had left. On June 2, therefore, the sailed '''it of the hail or and wandered for more than a week in Caribbean waters while repres ntatives of the National Coordinating Committee and the Joint St. Louis held such permits. The Hamburg-American line, however, gees admitted Arangements to meet these guarantees wore then made by the Joint Distribution %  'timed that it had been asCommittee, but before they could cured that the landing permits b completed, the offer wa< re.. .., honi red because thy S"inded on the ground that the had been Issued before the date ,inu Sl '' f,,r meeting the demands of the decree. Rut when the boat h; "< elapsed. Further efforts to arrived in Havana on May 27. the 0 P*W <>"' question in Tuba failed, passengers were not permitted to and the Joint Distribution Comland. Efforts to obtain a revermlttee turned its attention to sal of this American ord r relief failed, and organizations finding a haven for in European lands. the refug es A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR PATRONS JOHNSON Poultry Farket "Your Patronage Appreciated" 425 S. W. 2nd Ave.-Ph. 3-3219 GREETINGS J E R IE S Beauty Salon Artistic and Intelligent Service Always 1057 Washington Ave. PHONE •"> 17 %  IIEST WISHES l-'OR A HAPPY NEW YEAR In London and Paris, officials of the Joint Distribution Committee, in conjunction with local refugee committees petitioned the governments of England, France, Holland and Belgium t" admit groups of the St. I ouis refugees. Financial guarantees that the-e refugees would not become public charges and that they w o u 1 d eventually re-em w, ff red by the Joint Disti n Committee and, on tne basis of these guarantees, the refugees Were admitt d by the-e four i ountries, ing its entire program of a'd to refugees and other d'stres,1 Jews endangered by the heavy ..,.-. of suih lents, the •' i "' Distribution Committee on June 21, f days after the landing of the refugee: Europe, issued a statement of licy de< laring thai %  ... old pol be '. %  < %  a position to Committee of the League of NaII L: : : immission f< r Refuget who dc Inn d i "One thing w mu t state I hal if thesi I St. I ni pas si i gers i are taken care i f by certain governmi I • • t to nstitute a prei i f ir o( her shiploads." South America wa e only plat' on the globe where ei ing shins sought I o land lhi" human cargoes. I> >zei shins with I of refugees wandered in the Med trying to land their passi the Palestine const, di the restricted Palestine imm tion %  hedule The acl ivit i of these shins finally prompted I Brll government in July to -hut down all Jewi-h imm'gration to Palestine, effect ive I I h r 1939. The porl of embarkation for the refugees on these ships, mostly cattle and cargo boat-, ill-fitted for passenger service, was Constanza, a Roumanian harbor on the Black Sea, When all other doors were -hut and when efforts f> land their passengers on Palestine soil failed, the ships sometimes made the long trio to Shanghai. Several ships with refugees went directly to Shanghai, so that during the course of the year Shanghai became a major refugee haven, wartorn symbol of the desperation of these p.|i>le. (Jhief reason for th's was the fact thai Shanghai is a fre port where the refugees had no difficulty in enter ing, though they could not propeed to the interior of China. In this ity 10.000 refugees were cone titrated by July 1, 1939Opportunity for employment was small indeed and. aa result a grave relief problem was created which the local community • turally could not cope. %  ns, how ver. were made bv the Brit ; i I ,,f the i for German Jewry bv the Joint Disti Committee Some further reli f was aff rded by the comn bv the fact that the Philippines %  ted several hundred refugees fr ''" Shai'ghni nnd thi "were I to Hone King. S (Continued on Page 38) GREETINGS GREEN S CLEANING CO. 1 l'J N. Piirn i „ li.-.ao, Orlaii'l 1 i HAPPY NEW YEASOUTHERN MUSIC CO C03 VV. CENTRAL AVE. PHO'.E 8292 ORLAN DO. FLOR DA + GREETINGS AN IIEST WISHES THE FOUNTAIN j 21 K. Wash ingtoi St. I Ph 4:101 Orlando. Florida Greetings and Best Wishes Fur a Happy and Prosperous Now Ye.ar SOUTHERN DIME STORE 4_'l \V. Church St Phone S:l7f>, < irlando. Fla A lltippx Now Year to All HARPERS PLUMBING | and HEATING CO i i'::i : N. Orange Av< PHONE 744-J Orlando. 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PAGE TWENTY-SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1339 Watchman, What Of the Night (Continued f n im Page 2.">) .< rve as th go forth in the Lord's N ime. a trusting hrinanity may gaze self-renunciation and denial. The well protected against it's eneLet us reimplement Jewish life and behold the lefty and noble Jew deceives himself who bemies. For centuries, through by a renewal of Jewish h ipe, precepts pr served by him. That lieves that by gratifying his own massacre, inquisition, exile and ideals and practice by a ?timuIsrael, in the past has fulfilled desires, even when they sharply concentration camp, Israel mainlated and inspired inter -• in her obligation to humanity can conflict with Jewish ideals. he tained it's faith in the eventual Jewish institutions, and bj the be readily seen that the civiliza r mains a true Jew. That Jew trjumph (if God g Word serving resumption of our duties as G .tion of the Western world has who believes that it is sufficient been largely influenced by Jewish merely to attend service when !" %  ••"" : "," 1 bu *> er wit* e| ct the watchmen of HiV. rd. thought, through the channels of there are no Other activities takw j* to 7 "! M y th< b,e8 ln a f h N peculiar in this sense. Rome—to its daughter religions—Christianing place, or who does attend ser' lls "dversaries. The wounds .if V| ar lt UJ)((n ug| ouf n( a spread it's message of "peace" ity and Mohammedanism. That vies and prays with his lips ami > 1 1 were quickly h ; l,li bv (j .. ,,,„. f r j e „ds and m and law. Greece—to disseminate there are certain forces fighting not with his heart, but who deems Ml> ""i" 11 ""'' 1 1 '' will to survive the knowledge and the power of against Judaism today is nothing himself a paragon of Jewish livaml <" survive as a Jew.. He was %  •"" nonje* aiiKe, .,. th. esthetic in life. V-1 we canelse that a revolt against those ing and a true Jew is in error. always r, ; "'v "' ,:,k UD ,,ls ,h "v f '"' life i "" 1 for peace—Am. not speak of them in the sam ideals which have contributed „ nd preach the word of God even way as we do of Israel's election, greatly to the acquisition's of all T ft have we fall,n as,ee P whlle he *' aa bein drive from Israel felt the election consciously that has been progressive in th "" the wauh and have a,, w "' 1 country to country. Israel's fiprogre even early in its history, realizpast twenty centuries. ing it's task the moment it realiz the ordinary pleasures of I i ftto del ity to his ereed has brought lure us away from our place of attention to it and it's simple beauty has been BCCOI I i rded widei II.M'I'V NEW VEAII The blowing of the Shofar serves to remind us of the duties we must once more assume, As of old, when it was blown, the h >sts of Israel journey d forth to work for the I ord, so do we renew • %  1 the grandeur of its possession. Thl reason fl "' ,nis revolt worship. Moreover, we have inIsrael was not to enjoy the com'• ,h '' f:u: ,h '" tne "watchman" troduced foreign ehments into spread homage throughout th forts of the superior nation, suh:is fall, n asleep at his post, the stream of Jewish life in an civilized world. perior physically, but had to asWhel -' K,,i aa ,h prophet of attei ek an easy way out sum,a grave duty and responsi0,<1, "Watchman, what of the of assuming and fulfilling our bility They were to become a ,: 'ir,lt ur outlook is very dark duties .-.Jews, Thei is no short kingdom of priests and a holy indeed". And truly the outlook it 1 su essfu %  -. living, people. I r tne '' u : verv dark, perhai u %  .-. pular the darkest in his long and dark %  •' lew %  f T However, Israel, although achistory Truly, we hav< s not suff ent, w. quiring a mission, did not establulled into a sleepj u hav. f, f Jew %  lish missions in the accepted unwillingness I prepar. •%  %  titl< of a nse, nor did it send forth misselves for :;-. %  tasks and •sionaries to teach the unbelievsibiliti.s whi h ..--. er. Israel was content to con-,.,; as ., "Chosei Pe pie-" Then it i pon Jewis crate every Jew as a priest who my wl %  -.. • was bound to teach by his own that we must suffer for an l.ss I* Ham less life serving as the exgrateful humanity and a epl th against il forces wl ample His role as watchman of philosophy of force and tve placed 1 ti isl • is i Jewish ideals demanded that they Bui for the Jew this must nevei %  i achings. As I be carried out faithfully so that take pla e, nor can he throw off : ng as Israel ren lins steadfast I I W. 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r* ;, ^ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 RING OUT THE CENTURY A REVIEW OF A CRITICAL HUNDREDTH YEAR IN JEWISH LIFE BY LEONARD E. ROSCH) THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE TWENTY-NINE The Jews in the threshold A Review of a C'ritcal Hundredth rr In Jew ish Life (BY IKON AIM) E. ROSCH) This Rosh Hash inah begins I only a New Year lut a new in:nry in Jewish life. From • i al i post of (he new year rTOO, the writ r survey-; a moi ntoiis t elve months in Jew. %  story. THE EDITOR, i li i hund i ed years ago Hush honah. •"' %  W the year 1839 in c-omm in i alendar found orld Jewry looking; forward burst z ho**e to an era of aneinat'on nnd enlightenment, '• than a decade before France officially recoirn'zed Judaism ;a religion, A liberal national* ism was stirring in Europe which is to bins i mancioation of the Ji uin Austria in 1886, in Hun, and ltal> in 1870 and in the (i rman Emnire in 1871. All o-er th< itinent ghetto walls wen' crumbling and the lews, imorisoned for centuries, en look ins out eagerly into a strange and fascinatine world. In five years the f'rst Reform Rab• • ical Conference • to be held. Ni w movements Haskalah and r<"i-orthdoxy were beginning to take hold. It was the ero of Moses Mendelssohn. Adolph Cre• i\ and Isaai H.IIT I.evinson The term "anti-S mitism" had • • v.bi en invented. The word "Zionism" still rema'ned to be coined. "Socialism" was not to bawl itbiith cry for another nine ; i ars. Kuroin a ferment of I tionalism and enl'irhtenment. Amelia pushing; out her frontiers, • was : % %  ex itin Rosh I'a-hoi ah. T h e pendulum of Jewish history was in the firsl hasc f an ui avd swingIt was a new year of new hop II \ITY NEW YEAH AMERICAN TF.RRAZZO TILE CO I'll., \. W. Mi ilni Court Phone 2 CGH8 MIAMI. Il.u|;il).\ NEW YEAH (SHEETINGS KING FUNERAL HOME 2Mi s. VV -Mi sti'e.t I'HONK _' !2.">8 D. J DOOLEY— — S E SCHWAK I i. of the I). J. DOOLEY REALTY CO. 1021 Washington Avenue Mi.inn Beach WISH ALL THEIR FRILNUb A HAPPY NEW YEAR + —COMPLIMENTS HENRY D. WILLIAMS Rosh Hashonah, 5700—September, 1930 finds the pendulum swinging backward to reaction. Throughout the world the forces of liberalism are retreating and brutality is in the ascendant. Democracy is on the defensive; i„. f ,„. th „ historian to fascism and Nazism — words unknown a hundred years ag I are lendii e their sway Enlight nnn-iit has passed its zen th and civilization is sweeping backward a century, and maybe more. Harriers against Jews are mounting again. Ghettos with invisible walls, in some ways arc more brutal than the tangibl' walls of the Middle Aires, are being formed in Europe, Bigotry a en i.st the Jew has been raised to the dignity of an id ology. "anti-Semitism,'* based on a pseudo-scientifi.' racial principle. A new people of refugees has been creal d, driven through a hostile world whose senses have been numbed by repeated acts of bar l>ar -111. A Jewish homeland in Palestine has loom d on the horizon and his begun to dim, like a cruel mirage. of a new century. It is a time which, as Dr. Nahum Goldmann t-ild the recent Zionist Cot gri in (\i neva, is "the mosl r volut onary. turbulent and cruel ever known in the histo*y of mankind." No on* • ear car,' lie torn from the context of its pre eding and nsuing years. But this New Year seems nerhans 1 aui oni is so close to it to mark the end of one of the most hectic twelvemonths In r cent history. Wheththe dire trends that the past •,..,.• An the Nazi system of antiSen h w \ c r. met with dogsrt 'I n istance on the part of the Czechs. In Slovakia, also under Hitler's domination and more sus. ceptiHe to anti-Semitism, legislation against th.lewwas issued and frequent pogroms occurred. The Nazis occupal on of Memel was followed ley an exodus of the .lews living there At this writing Germany is demanding Danzig, From the Jewish point M out %  nucd on Page 301 HEST WISHES I'd!; \ HAPPY :JE\Y YKAH J DIXIE CASH MARKET 1 •-" N. \V. 1 4th sir.-, i i MIAMI. KLOHIDA I HEST WISHES for a HAPPY ami PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR NELSON'S Department Stores MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS John A. Moore Mini Biscayne Engineering Co. GHKKTIWS ) METROPOLITAN • CLEANERS & DYERS Quality Dry Cleaning I { Hi>.". \. W. (2iu| Street i I Plant Phone 7-3216 ... I list \\ islies for a HAPPY NEW YEAH MR. AND MRS. J. A RICHTER AND FAMILY (SHEETINGS CARL F LAMBERT Utility Engineer and i Consultant f1(i HIM-IIJ no Hiiililinu MIAMI. KLOHIDA SIIUM ri W islies for a HAPPY NEW YKAH T" ALL MY JEWISH KKIKNDS 47 N. W. First Street + I .... : RY DISTR11 : Z'ov'Aa AIR CONDITIONING and REFRIGERATION Qoi*ivXation I • E % % %  i MIAMI FLORID/ From up New Hampshire way in the White Mountains. at their Lake Tarleton Club. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN PAGE FIFTY SEVEN CATHOLICS EXPOSE ^ Ossie Schenchtman, Irv Zeitlin, first-named Mike, the other. Joe. Louis. Galento, termed a "bum" against the great Negro chain"CHRISTIAN FRONT'" Sol Schwartz( Max Scharf. was Mike Jacobs, with a monopoly on and a fistic freak by most expion. But winner or loser, it regarded as the nation's best, practically all leading contenders perls, almost pulled the surprise was Jacobs' manipulating th.r. WNS)—Asserting with City College of New York, j n a |] divisions still remains the f tht ye8r in nis R U* M stand Galento got a chance number one fistic promoter of New York, that in the City of New York composed of such players as Lou and to some extent in other cities Lefkowitz and Mannie Jarmon. of the East, a racial ami relig>-captain8, and Dave Saperstein, tno wo,1, " Bromberg, all of the East. movement," the publication reA,so Sid Spellman, Hank Guberg. veals, "is the organization known """ S !" rs, Izzy Kupperberg and as the Christian Front." L rr Cohen of thp '"'''west and Following the same general line Ki "' lan f Oregon. Shulman of lim •• anti-Semitism, intoleran e. dorado, and Wexler. Kayser and Gruskin of the south. xxx BOXING XXX Til.' name of Jacobs, like A I'.l'.si' WISHES F<>K A HAPPY NEW YEAR i talk, and sometimes vio> .. tion, are the Christian M izers, the Christian Labor i the (lommittee for ChrisAction and the Chr stian \ antes. All these branches ..f '"'" Aliam ,eada n the re8t i;l • ( hristian Front or developtho >' ,;,l s '"'*'"* rpvicw thereof are less violent *— — — — 4. the Christian Mobilizers, | who advocate action even more | direct and in accord with the j f Nazi Germany. "In the opinion of informed ol>%  %  i~." the paper says, -this movement, if allowed to go un I %  d from Catholic source-. 1 will create pogroms, split th labor movement. endanger the ture of American political democracy, and bring the fires of \ ution do n upon the < al olic church in America. Already :.„caused Btreet fighting and g, and aroused the anger of the great Jewish population • the East. It is the first mass manifestation of intolerance, bigotry, violence and uncharity ever to be prompted by Catholics in this land where the record of the Church is thus far unblemished." HAPPY NEW YEAR THE BLACKSTONE MIAMI BHACI1 SINCERE WISHES TO OCR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CONKLE & COMPANY BAR EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES—HEADQUARTERS 511 X. E. First Avenue Phone 3-5746 PLANT CONKLE-WRONKE CO. STORE AND BAR FIXTURES 545 N. B. 22nd STREET A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND TO ALL JEWRY EVERYWHERE NATIONAL BARBER SHOP S. A. SWEETING. Mgr. 30 N. E. 1st Ave., Phone 2-6894 ——. ._——_.—>_ __ + One is I + + | y MR. and MRS HAH RY (i OR 1)0 X AND FAMILY BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR KEEN SIGHT i SINCERE WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 56 West Plagler St. Phone 2-7443 Miami 509 Collins Ave. Phone 5 2648 Miami Beach + %  • -< BASKETBALL J Here is one sport In which ( Jewi have a virtual monopoly | 1-ng Island University, composed ] of such players as Irv Targiff. captain, and Danny Kaplowitz A HAPPY NEW YEAR DAVID T. ELLIS ARCHITECT It,ill Da Pont Building MIAMI. FLORIDA -1 + GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES TAMNEY GROCERY & MARKET i i +501 W. SOUTH STREET .... HOSII HASHONAH GREETINGS .... TIIK NEW VKAi;. REVIVING HOPES FOR THE FUTURE, BRINGS JOY OF A NEW DAY. WE JOIN IN EXPRESSING OUR SINCERE HOPES FOR A VKAI.' OF CONTINUED HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY.. CITY LAUNDRY, Inc. AND CITY DRY CLEANERS, Inc. TWO COMPLETE UP-TO-DATE PLANTS W. D. RUMBAUGH, President 21G0 NORTHWEST FIRST COURT PHONES: 2-3141-2-3142—2-3143 +XCEARD OIL BURNERS FURNACES BOILKRS PHONE 3941 FOR ESTIMATE 42 W. CONCORD AVE. AIR CONDITIONING ORLANDO. FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE GARDEN FLOWER SHOP 790 NORTH ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR BURKES TROPICAL PAINT CO 638 W. ROBINSON AVE. PHONE 6841 ORLANDO. FLORIDA BEST WISHES John J. Horst GENERAL INSURANCE ORLANDO, FLORIDA GREETINGS BARTRAM and TINKLEPAUGH SURVEYORS 139 E. CHURCH STREET PHONE 3249 ORLANDO. FLORIDA HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MISS ANNIE ROSS STENOGRAPHER O. B. & T. Bl. PHONE 6911 ORLANDO. FLORIDA .! ELCHICO EXTENDS ITS GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR EL CHICO CAFE E. L. GRAHAM. Prop. If 496 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE ORLANDO, FLORIDA I


PAGE FORTY FOUR
THE JEWISH FL0RIDL4N
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1939
Plain Talk
by A! Segal
ITS THE HEAT
Dear Mr. Editor:
I'll
At this writing the weather is
insufferably hot. Two fans, one
in front and the other behind, fail
to do anything for me to stir up
horrible name for M- Blum,
just l-t-t him stay Blum.
As, through these heat waves.
T scan the civilized world I be-
come aware that onlv at the
the muggy air and thus afflict me ''luator (the hottest spot) is there
even the more- A piece of paper,
fallen out of a window across the
Then I said to him, "It was cer-
tainly fierce" ... "I tossed all
night, first one way. then the
other" "How long do you
think this is going to last."
He said. "I'll tell you some-
thing this heat takes every-
thing you've got my wife is
something like you put through a
wringer"
Thus, my dear Editor, the heal
drives their special pains from ihs
minds of Jews and provides rinti
Semites with something real to
that it was a JW. Joshua, "ho
persuaded Jehovah to make the
sun stand still at Jericho.
So there would be pogroms at
first but after it was seen that
destroying Jw> made no differ-
ence in the weather. anti-Semites
would resign themselves to bait-
ing the heat, as people everywhere
are doing on this hot day. It will
be a blessed world in which
people hate only the weather.
In fact, on this hottest day I
street, descends through the mo-
tionless air and lies without any
fluttering on th sidewalk.
Oh, I say, it's hard enough t"
suffer this day without being
Jewish as well. Yet I must sit at
this typewriter and by the sweat
of my brow grind out some lam-
entation or other for the heart of
Israel.
The popular authors of Israel
are those who know best how to
rend Israel's heart but I have not
even a tear for him today. I am
not feeling Jewish in the least:
1 feel hot.
So 1 have resolved to write no
Column today. It's no day for
work. I shall ju-t sit here sur-
l Itinded by these envelopes of hot
air which make me impervious to
the pain of !<;]){ Jewish; since
'in- heat is pain enough.
Indeed. I begin to find th,. heat
somewhat comforting as I give
myself entirely to it and come
to a solution r' the Jewish prob-
lem, Yes, if ir Were always hot
like this, people wouldn't have
anything else to get mad at The
heal itself would ie nough and
they wouldn't look for other
thing- to aggravate themselves
with.
Who. for example, can be in a
mood for anti-Semitism on a day
lik thi-? Rev. Coughlin. were he
enduring th;s heat, would have
only the weather on his mind
1' l.v in co il. equable weather
could a man think tip such a mon-
*tr isity as "G irfinkelstein" which.
rding to R Co ighlin in a
adio addr -- in tl -- of
I i Spi ing, '. real name of
former prem i Blum of Frai
N Re\. i mgl u ould -1>.
oi a day like : -. :'- fai I
thinking ip a l ew ai
; = = ;
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find that ew n veteran Roosevelt-
get mad at. It's a solution of the haters have exhausted themselves
no anti-Semitism. Only at the equa- Jewjsh prohk.ni. lhorti it-s al! in hating only the heat. Roosevelt
tor are there rm Goebbels.no th(, Wt.atner_a thoorv that is has just decreed that Thanksgiving
unknown to a considerable group Day shall fall a week earlier than
of medical men who have beer ever before, but so far I have
seeking to find in climate the heard no enemy of his complain-
answer to much of the skull- ing against him on that account.
duggery and other ills of the Only tomorrow, if it is cooler, they
human kind. will discover that changing Thanks-
giving Day from the last Thurs-
Of course, since it is so hot
today, I am utterly unable to think
of any ways by which equatorial
heat can be transferred to and
Coughlins, no Moseleys. no Pel-
leys, no Kuhns. This must be
more than accidental- At the equa-
tor men have enough to do to
keep th mselves alive In the in-
tense heat; so they are willing to
let other people live as they may.
Mor over lews themselves might
feel more comfortable in a con-
tinuous heat like this Even now.
as I wiestle with the current heat.
the Jewish problem is completely established in the northern climes;
myself
for the
off my mind and I find
unable- to write a column
Jewish pros-.
There are doubtless, many Jew-
ish matters I ought to be attend
'"g to this and that .
There's so much in1 Jewish life
to bother a man. But in the heat
of this morning I met another
Jew and all I could greet him
with was. -Is it hot enough for
you, Joe?" On i.....ler days I greet
him. "Have you read the latest
atrocity. Joe?" or, "Let me set
you right on Palestine." or. "Any
bad news today?"
My friend, replying to my
greeting this morning, devoted
himself entirely to the weather.)
though at all other times he is
full of th Jewish problem He
said this heat was entirely un-
called for and went -n to report
how he had suffered the night
before "My pillow was wring-
ing wet" ... "I had to gel tip
twice to take a shower" "My
wife didn't sleep a wink "
BEST wisiiks FOR \
HAPPY N'EW N'KAi;
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STATION
't'2'2 Meridian Avp.
Phone 5-9525Miami Beach
to the end that people will he
k pt so busy denouncing the heat
that they will let their neighbors
alone. It seems not impossible to
alter the temperate zone to tor-
rid in a world which is rapidly
accomplishing the miracle of go-
ing hick from civilization to the
savage.
Of course, in the beginning such
a change of climate would be
blamed on the Jews. The Jew-, it
would le said, control all the heat
through their conspiracy with
Jehova. It would be pointed
DANCIN'fi EVERY
RATl'RDAY NIGHT
LEGION CLUB
N. E. 66th St. and Bay
day to the second last Thursday .
revolution and they will say |
SO-and-80 is tearing down the K-.
public stone by stone.
By these meditations, my dea
Mr. Editor, I have made tod .
heat endurable besides solving
Jewish problem and absolving
self from the task of writing i
column. BO onerous (>n a day |j
this. (The piece of paper that f
from the window still lies on
sidewalk, like a piece of lead..
Yet I offer this letter with
tain trepidations; I am aware thai
after this letter goo- int.. pr
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 A MESSAGE TO B'NAI B'RITH (BY E. ALBERT PALLOT) PRESIDENT SHOIEM LODGE NO. 10 24, MIAMI. FLORIDA Brother Ben B'riths, I would be in >sl ungral ful if I did not take the opportunity afforded me by the Jewish Floridian to thank all of you Brothers for the privilege fi i red upon me of serving Sholem Lodge during this y-ar in my office. I sincerely h ipe that during my tenure of office my efforts have had the effect of advancing the cause in which we all strive. I cannot refrain at this time from particularly commending the officers and members of our Lodge for the excellent condition in which Sholem Lodge finds itself today. Financially and nu%  rically, we arc stronger than %  at any tini2 in our history; we are showing a fine program and today we join the other 100,000 Ben B'riths in the proud feeling that our fraternity is continuing an upward and forward march. As to the spirit of the frater%  ty, I can say without fear of b hai -i i with unwarr into I is asm that I h e attitude throughout the State at I Nat is firmer, strong and more promising today thai at any time within our I Perhaps it >v as the dep ion. patl I has world ents, perha] it ; It of gr win* nlightmi n1 Bi i B'i iths of Florida are thinkand talking ab tut the I mendous importai i of th e trutl if our irder. \I have visited our Br ithers F th< Stati. 1 haw obs rved sumon their faces and the %  of their voi< <•sh >'.v i oncern for nts wl %  taking pla and which cause this generation of }'B'riths to hav a pi I ty to perform to the unenlightThese men whom I have ith are not unaware of thesi iitimes and I'• B'riths we cannot close lur eyi cowards our obligations to the present ami future i4' %  ;. %  at ons. I am sure that in times past. othi great iss les have been prei ted to the B'nai B'rith which i mi d at that time of supreme importance, but I have talked with a great number of our broth. PI* throughout this state who ftel that today the very future of the human mil.'I is a; Stake and that liberty as an instil will live or die as the minds if men are enslaved or Bet free Some of us have b en ta ight to understand that freedom and libi rty was the mark of ,:• lion and thoueht of liberty as the child of education and freedom as th.> product of enlightenm r.t. We said that aNations bi better ei ghti that more Saion w iuld become dem f-s ning, ng to their guarantee of th— hu man rights; in fait, twenty years ago, a great Ei g ish phi isopher and historian wr te: "The igainst au! has endi i hat now appi '<• isive and permanent > i< tor> for liberty; in mo-' %  -ountries lij'eilty •' discussion is recognized as a fur. damental What pen • I to tl servat n" Hardly had the ink drii of the largest n try ir .vorld .-lipped hark into a cruel and despotic rule Lenin. Three years later, Italy, WOLPERT'S FURNITURE* BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 THE JJn.ZF&yticLa. h REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. 16th Ave. I i DURING NEW YEAR FLOWERS FRESHLY CUT FOR ALL OCCASIONS Acacia Flower Shop FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE Phone ''I'M) 1547 s W, Rth St.. Miami WV'V4JACKSOriviLLE'S LEADING HOTEL CV, ifftiir *'* mod m *'• %  Qftf^" prool hold In th* h.arl ol downtown Jacldonvi!!.. Ev.ry room with tub and •howor. Boll water, radio, and V.n.lian blinds. Ev.ry bad with Inn.rtpring maitr.M and reading lamp. Running ic. waltr en .vary lloor. POPULAR PHICED COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP SUMMER COMFORT a country which has written much on the pages of history followed Russia; Germany was next, then came Turkey and Spain ami finally Brazil, so that today, more than one half of Europe, in Asia, and parts of South America's liberty is something that exists only in history hookand in the memory of !) % %  What is happening to those great principles? I> it true that und More than that< bv benefits of modern electric appliances in your home and business from lighting and radio entertainment to cool, safe. cheap electric cookerv— from home ventilation to S UNSHINE ERVICL increasing the acceptance and use of electric service they make possible lower, and yet lower rates. SERVICE SAM SAYS ON SUNSHINE SERVICE ANYTIME FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY <-/*


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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 "MAKE WAY FOR TOMORROW" A Rosh Hashonah Message (BY RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER) MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION Hoaretx," Ho rose and measured despair; by practicing cheerful the Earth. charity, in a cruel and callous The spatial limitations of our "K e Globe were ever uppermost in Thus shall one day be gathered the mind of the Jew. and accordup the broken remnants of huingly, he was never in the foreinanity and Israel will know that front, when man went forth to his time of sorrows have ended conquer it. Serene happiness is and a season of rejoicing for all The designers of New York's World Fair, captivate the imagination of America with their graphic exposition of the marvels and wonders, that bespeak a technically perfect "World of Tomorrow." The harrassed and hunted Jew, whose humble but beautiful Palestine Pavilion, envisions his dream of T o morrow, inot slow in asking, What of the Jew in the World of Tomorrow? .... Viewing J< wish existence in its proper histories pi rspective, i> u s t r e a di I y conclude that in a sense, Jew sh existence ialways predicatei upon and made s w e % %  i e i by a thought of living in a World of To in o r r o w. The slave mothers i n Egypt, the weary wanderers in t h e desert, those who gang by the Rivers of Babylon, and the ones conquered by the mighty army of Rome; had little enough comfort in their harrowed lives but they found solace, meager though it lii-al boundaries set for the Holy Land, so much BO, the Sages of the T a 1m ud questioned whether the conquests of King David, a r e of binding nature, and w h e t h e r i" th se lands have the character of the Holy Land. In his desire to conquer the limitless expanse of space, modern man has taken literally, the injunction of Genesis. "That he shall rule over the Fishes of the Sea. and the Fowl of Heaven." Mortal man Constructs the means whereby he his share and hopeful bliss, his portion; the sublime belief based On Solomon's words, "There is a time and plan' for everything." In his vision of the future, and in his dream of the World of Tomorr w, there will be a "time" of rejoicing and redemption and a "season" of freedom and liberation. In this "world" of strife and sorrow, we .lows must pray and plead for a happier "Tomorrow." nay. make way for it; by bearing space Our peo,)„. ,,„ vn ,,f light in a world of pie were satisfid j sma ] darkness, by exhibiting ed with the Bibnig h hope in face of defeai space, indeed he has known but little; and in that philosophic S] bole, his desires were always limited. But Time marches on the side of the Jew, aiding him to find his place in the world that is yet to be. The nations of the Earth, who even in our day threaten the peace of humanity, do so with their insistent clamoring f 0 r more and more mankind is at hand In the prin ciples set forth above, of trust. belief and charity, we will give a live meaning to the words of Isaiah. "Make the Way. Clear the Path, remove the obstructions from the road of my people." For there shall be a "Place of Peace" for the Jew in the better World of Tomorrow. GREETINGS R 0 B B I N S WAREHOUSING and DIST. CO. 1109 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-0480 t i t IIAI'l'V NKW YEA" MIAMI SANDWICH CO. • '17 \. K. Firsl Aw. .MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS ACME FAST FREIGHT, Incorporated 1047 Seyhold Bldg.—Phone 3-5069 MIAMI. FLORIDA was, by probing into the depths j g a i,| ( ,„ descend to the abyssmal } and recesses of the past, and depths of the seas, and builds arI DALE JAMES OF THE FAIR PRACTICE BUREAU peering into the vistas Future of the In its philosophical concept ••Tomorrow" implies the extension of Time Limitless, and therein the hope of the Jew. Of tificial wir.gs, whereby he is able to span the skies. The Jew who learned of the space of the Earth, regards these adventures in a most skeptical manner for he knoweth that. "Omad Vaymodaad ; i Wisl All Ills .lewis'] Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR i t t | I I I I • I I I t I I t I t I I l I T hN SINCERE \v I•>I Tn M.\ M..ny friends for n HAPPY NEW YEAR I %  T FRANK KEIDEL BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR i Ll 'i.' C. H. LYNE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Henrv Kelly %  Co., Inc. i 150 N. E. Seventh Street .MIAMI. Kl.uKIDA MORRIS K. KAXTOR HARRY W. LEHMAN nf tli,. (antley Lumber & Supply Co. 2201 N. W. 17th Ave. i Extend Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR 105-109 N. W. 5th Street j I'HOXE 2-5840 i I ; BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR R. W. (BOB) RALSTON \\\ Kxteml lies! Wishr* for A Happy New War F H STREIFERT AND ASSOCIATES MIAMI TYPESETTING CO. 22 N. W. 1st Avenue Phone 2-5935 I NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO. 1528 N W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-2097 W. F KREITZBURG J. B. HURST GREETINGS CARL GRAEFE'S ; DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT / 10938 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 7-9248 BREAKFAST LUNCHES — DINNERS SERVED AT POPULAR PRICES %  To '"'in' .Many Friends A Most Happy and Prosperous New Year ill THE LEAR SCHOOL Opening for Fall Term Monday, October 2nd HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR i NEHI BOTTLING CO. i i j 540 N. W. 24th Street I Phone 3-6287 | .Mniniav. detoiMT -in1 t J { I Nursery Classes Through { High School PHONE 5-2723 • I"""" Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH. 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1 I FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE TWENTY-SESVEN Our Duty An Achievement of 5699 with duals 11 ivs. iurs. have in We Jews ;iindiviour own homes; we our organizational and A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE FROM R. R ADLER Before every Jewish Holy Day, and particularly the Hijrii Holy Days of Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur, it has been the custom of Jewish Womarfh I. from time immemorial, to take stock of her househol I domain. In Jewish homes, fresh curtains arc hung, f i i ; scrupulously scrubbed, and the innermost recesses of closets and pantries know the cleansing probe of soap, water and broom. The Jewess clear;house, In the? • • mblous times of persi ution and u %  %  prtheless it 11 hoo> c-. n I'. pic, to emuVI our race, I .el us, as ,1 ws, -• ',.." I e| ::-. ..Jew -. Many n tai i • appi ar in the I ress, of unpli isanl pru • -. hii h the nami of I : i rs ii are | rominently fe&This must not be. On: 1 pic are known for their intelligence, their ability in business, their aptitude in trad"nnd professions. For our own sakes individually, and for the sake of i.all, we must use those qualities in a manner worthy of our .'• ,-hne-s. We can and must do that if we are to win and maintain the respe '1 of the rest of the world, as well as our own self-respect as a People. Nor may we be too smug when we r ad in the press about instances in communities in distant places. It iincumbent upon IIS, in Miami as well as other fleet no discredit upon our bre hcities, to so guard our actions, conduct and ethic-, that we reen. For everything; that we, •>Jews, do individually, is held ti|> in-fore the Gentile world as the product of Judaism as a whole At this time, also, it is my Hailed as perhaps the most noteworthy action of the American Jewi-h community in the year 5C.Hi is the erect on of the Palescater to their own guests, making tine Pavilion at tli New York our organizations wait until the World's Fair. In the record we regular dinner hour has pased s,:| ii today of eventand achieve before allowing us to proce •! meiv.s in the past twelve month which sinister forces are leveling against our people even in free America today. The wholehearted support which this Pavilion has received from all sections of American' Jewry provethat differences in affiliation are no d terreiit to \inited effort in behalf of a great instrument of enlightenment. How deep this unity iwas shown on the oca-ion of the d dication of the Pavilion, which brought out St. Petersburg Notes Rabbi Kleinfeld will delivi r a series of sermonduring the holidayon the subject "Religion in Action." communal work, should likewise have a communal home, and I think there is nothing more ne • %  essary in this community, at this time, than our joint conci ntiatioiv for planalong: these lin In closing, I -• ml greetings am! best wishes for a happy and fruitful Now Yeai to Miami Jew iy and to ..'ii brethren everywli re. that bef wn of an\. %  "i. i .. n \| ha\ o a Jew i-ii communal home where we may hold our meetini affairs, tton How often ha\ v • %  exper the inc invenieni e of holding; hinin hot Is which must first JTHE GOLDSTROMJ this < xhil it stands out as a unique, highly successful endeavor t present to the general American public an accurate picture of the Jewish work and aimin the Holy Land. 'i ened at the time wh n the British White Paper of last Mayplaced the future of the Jewish Hoin land in jeopardy, the Pa' served to bring; bom,•.. a th justice of the Jew ish Palestini Grapl ; th.' lab.. f Jewisl %  %  %  i • %  gei : Ii in innermost in the this exl I ha pro. vid.d the i needed to i %  %  %  orld of th< %  j of Ji wBearii witi the triu natun f Jev live fa tor, th Pali P M tly refutes the ; %  • ii • i hai gi of purasil i •'.. largest assembly of Jews in the histoiy of this country and set an as yet unbroken record for full-rat %  paid admissions to the Fair. In this com i credit is due to Mey r W. Weisgal, director of the Pavilion, wh is lonj* career ..f -i r. ice to Jev auses has culminated in the 11 At a lecnt mei '. ;i % f the < on. gregation. the I' i admii itra I ion was highly pi a sed and re• %  led unanimi islj i n siderable inciease in .-alary. %  %  of • inp i portrayal of what Jews have done in Pali • • quarter %  MR AND MRS JACK PALLOT iiiid Da ii if I t. i' SONYA BELLE of i PALLOT TIRE CO 224G N. E. Second Avenue WISH K. ii; ALL A VERY HAI'I'Y NEW VKAli BAKING CO. 1349 Washington Ave. Miami Beach EN TEN I is TO A I.I. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I I I I i i i i i i i i i i i i Wishing Our Jewish Friends and Patrons A Happv New Year GULF STREAM ICE CO. %  _'n7:i X. VV. Tib Avenue PHONE L'sij; WE EXTEND REST WI-IIKs FOR A HAI'I'Y AND PRosPERoFS .NEW YEAR. i • i X SCOTT & WHITEAKER 3100 N. W. 27th Ave. MIAMI. FLORIDA i I k i i i i i i i i i i IL sINi ERE WISHES Full A HAPPY NEW YEAR L. & H. 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: i 9 r* FFJDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE TWENTY-FIVE WATCHMAN, WHAT OP THE NIGHT (BY RABBI SIDNEY M. BOGNER) TEMPLE ISRAEL-DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. ISAIAH 21:11 Ia1 red ir.' their Houses of Worn) \ Jews throughout th< are assembled to usher in tht New Ytar. In prayer anil in pra.--. in meditation and in repents • do th.y lift their voices t' thi \\ iler on High before whom thi eds pa-s i n judgment, %  L praying penitent. The to this service is the blowing f :he ram's horn, the sobbing SI arousing the Jewish soul. a: %  bugle arouses the soldier. to :'luty. Just as the watehm ." takes his cue to stand guard, every Jewish soul pre-•lf On this day to mount i fore thi world and asresponsibilities collect i'. • w ith itkindn d souls, to atch o\ er and guard thos i • ions plaeed in its trust. thos leals which have given hearl d direction to the prop: • %  • f civilization. :'. Hashana come? to us, th..a day set aside for this imp tant and holy duty. The Ra belief in Israel's election .-.1 watchmen, termed by thRa bis as th.' "Chosen People" finds its clearest expression in rayer as follows: "Thou hasl losen us from all peoples. th. ast loved us and taken • in us, and hast exalted us .i • all tongues, thou hast pan tified us by Thy commandmenu and brought us near Thy servi • O our King, thou hast by Thy great and holy nai %  Wi find that this prayer has dations in Biblical verse. "I • %  the Lord had a delight in thj fathers to love them, and He their seed after them, even yi ..it is this day—Deut 101" "For thou art a holy people unfc the Lord thy Cod. and the L • ath chosen thee to be His owr treasure out of all the peopl< • hat are OH the face of the woi '—Deut. 14-2. "For the 1 %  iaketh pleasure in His people, H< adometh the humble with salval •.."—Psalm 14'.-2. This id. ;. f God's love for Israel and Hi> %  etion of them as His servantand guardians of His word. has conditioned and shaped Jewish thought and action throughout the centuries. Israel has often been called a peculiar people, peculiar in the sense that it never v ohited the trust placed in, although the alternative often held out the tempting lure of a life of ease and mundane happiness. Oftimes their steadfastness caused them untold of hardships. But they remained ever loyal to the holy mission intrusted to them. They 't pt the flag of humanity waving i„ the thickness of the battle. Th belief in the election of Israel rests on the conviction that the Jewish people have a certain superiority over the peoples of the earth in being qualified to (Continued on Page '*' t selves in Italy. The results of' this expedition are very problematic. • The Jews of Italian ancestry consider themselves the only pure Italians and don't want to mingle with the people now living in Ufciy, who are largely descendants of the German invaders who ovjpular sir.Ve people discovered that its claims are true and that they cannot die as long as they take it. Thur Jewish J t i i I Friends A AI'I'V NEW YEAR i i i i i i i t i THE BEST DRESSED MEN WEAR JACKSONVILLE MIAMI ORLANDO PENSACOLA ST. PETERSBURG TAMPA WEST PALM BEACH The Schwob Co. • AMERICAN* • BEDDING (? LITTLE FOLKS FURNITURE ik* DS8 West Flagler St. i ; LOUIS RIFAS HYLAND RIFAS AND THE MIAMI TITLE AND ABSTRACT CO. -11 Northeast First Avenue KXTEND TO ALL SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR



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PAGE THIRTY SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1930 fH/B/H/Hm/H/B/B/H/Bm/S/H/H/1 THE REFUGEE PROBLEM kgg:g=;gg:gg?!-!=!g-:-?=g;'>g^':'^B>^B:^B>^S*: g^: (Continued from Page 35) to Inhoused in children's camps. During 191S, the Belgian Jewish communities raised $55,000 for r fugee work ami large sums ere contributed by foreign Jewish organizations. -n lar conditions wire faced during the year by the small Jewish community of Switzerland. During 1938 a total of 9,000 r< fu gees required ass Btanci from the community and the average r. • •" id v as 3, cases. Hen • : k a liberal a n el provided public for the use of r< r %  %  mmunity of I s Jews raised $340.1 00 during 1938 ntions came f The Scanntries, Jugi slavia, 1 %  rg and A had ri fugi e probli •' much smaller compass, Ii ntries the refug mmittees maintained •. I lities and ether si r help prepare the n I sr< fi %  • permam n( ttlemenl Thi in J nt nis • i nimi1 i expended • %  •" 8778.000 %  1938 • %  sup. i • %  • refugei %  mmunitii 1 %  | n lands 1thi effort aid refui Englai yed ai larger the continei N • nly did E r nui f ref %  • %  i ncil for < Ji %  m in •'• %  •' %  rj. Br I Ji w r | •. expei : r • work within England wi 11 as for • • k of n Germai j ther EuThe German %  Aid Committee of England that in May 1939, 28.fees wi n n in Gn i1 Br This number in11 idi I somi 3, eh Idren, fur %  h Iren' as •" .pi (fram I evai uate Jewish childrei afti •• thi N %  • %  ember 10 %  • and perhaps an equal num' i r of adull n r ig< I oused in The |o< al ri fui ... .... | that whili ... g. ti n d 500 in 1938, tl • %  • %  I ad •• wn to 18,000 by • %  • • 1939 The British Section of the < uncil for German Jewry con1 major fund raising can %  .-• during 1938, the A \: • eal and its regular %  %  • • %  aid to German Jews. The former drivi n ved public ntribul • of L-592,000 o f 1^-145,000 was appropriated U| thi end of the yi ar. In addition a i di ive knwn as the Lord Baldwin Funfl. headed by the former Prime Minister, raised upwards of 1,-250.000 for general refugee assistance. The hopes of the refugees for p, rmanent settlement naturally .entered about the overseas counFor the first time since the establishment of its quota m, the United Stalepermitted its German quota to be As a resull 27.000 German immigrant entered the > %  mtrj from July 1. 1938 to Jui !'.••".'.'. In the same period Pal idm itted approxii itely 7. Germany under thi immigrat ion schedules and an iwn number of \ %  ther f the great ho| es were of Latii v From 1933 I • the end (if 1938. ; found 1 half of then Thi n %  • %  %  '" ;t the Otl ... s f j .. n 'd ( ntral %  a, and thi West Ii As long as tl • %  % %  compara tiv.ly small, local Is, w th fri in the J dnt Distril ution '< mi • he Hiaslea Em igral on Vss ai >i the %  '• %  ish l tion A—ciat • • wi re al le cope v. ith th< A maI %  m ar • '• % %  the fa I orhil Latii American %  ountrii hiefly m tural •• %  ••' %  • %  %  of the r< i were not t fur farm • Durinn 1938, mall country i iba, '.'. th a Jewisl • | • of only 10,000, ac epti i '• y July. 1930 this number had increased 6,000. A considerable number of the new arrivals were penniless and forced to seek assistance. Employment possibilities were few since Cuban law requires that 90 per cent of all labor must be native. There was a major relief problem in Cuba, therefore, which had to be met very largely with funds from the United States. In San Domingo there were Vl'< refugees during the year, and Costa Rica and Hon durahad 100 each. The tiny island ef Trinidad which, pr y a Jew f 10, pi rmitti d l"' 11 ref i enter in the last \ ] % %  i 'bile, where theri are 20.000 Jews, 2.1 n fugi %  Howi \, r, on May 5, 1939 a di n i wi ;!l immigrat f >r a year. In < imb a, 1.2 ivei ivci f e arri\ als was • %  p pod al mmigrat %  Si ; •, mbi 1938 afti r it bad ndm tted ut 1 refui Ii Per i, thi Ii I popu I was HEARTY NEW YEAR | GREETINGS | M. J, Hazelton REAL ESTATE | 1444 A;t M -in Be.icn j sixi ):i;i: SEW YKAI; (JKEETIMiS SEASONS GREETINGS I "<> MY MANY FRIENDS j i i i in CLEMENT L THEED 3419 Main Highway COCOXTT GROVE IN(iS Pioneer Garage 2 s l"i N. Miami Avi inn I A ( M E i PLUMBING CO. • 1002 Fifth Street MIAMI I'.K.M II. 1-1. A. di; SKTIXfiS 111 T s. M. Perkins Illl Illl l.lplilitlL' r ....... I I I 1 To My Many Jewish Kriendsj I i i i Richard Kiehnel { EXTEND BEST WISHES I MR. and MRS. i for a HAPPY NEW YEAR New Year Greetings A H up] y Ni w Year j i JAMES T. WILSON Supt. of Schools for I >ade i 'ouiil v J TITAN MOTORS \ C. B. TUTAN Dodge Dodge Trucks Plymouth 216 Minorca Ave. fJKEETINCIS MIAMI BEACH more than doubled by the immigration of 2,000 refugees, most of whom were admitted on temporary visas, while Uruguay admitted about'3.000 refuge-, 2.) of whom held transit visas. Bolivia with an original Jewish population of perhaps 100. admitted 6.000 refugees up to the end ,lf the year. As in other partof th. world, there was a sudden increase in the number of refugei s clamoring t) enti t thi -e countri" after Germany's annexation of Au tria and the riots of Novembi r 10. ised Latin American countries to bar their doors. They raised the requirements for admission, dem in le guarantees and head taxes and applied all their normal regulations with greater seventy i'. .• so great was the pressure refugees became the easy vi I ms of unscrupulous steamship agi i I To My Many Fri A Mewl HAPPY NEW YEAR T j HARRY STRAUSS i • i • i i i • i I UKEETIXliS RED TOP CAB & BAGGAGE CO. 7 Passenger Sedans Sightseeing Bus I [Baggage Cheeked !•• Destinati i i • t i Miami llearh Phone 5-3497 i ,.,,! I II S. \\. :ird Street Miami Phone :i 1131 l -4 i ( iinliniied on Page 87) BES'l WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR KRIMSKASSEWITZ CO. R .1 Estate Investments I -' 1' Miii H eh, Kloi SINI I:I;I: WISHES fur HAPPY NEW YEAR L O S E V THE FLORIST Flowers for all Occa l.'iKi \. \\ 2M h Sti I'linNi: J I A MOST IIAITY i NEW YEAH State Electric Co. MAX KASSELMAN Electrical Contractors 1211 Sixth St reel I'llnXE ri !-M Mian i U.-ach S %  -I r. -• Wishes Tn %  Ii U h Krii i Is for ;> IIAITY NEW YEAIi livvd Furniture Mfg. Co. 102-1 Lincoln Roail MIAMI I'.KAi II 7M")il \. M ii mi AN enu MIAMI. KUUtlDA Sincere Wishes to All for a Happy New Year U. S. TIRES A N I BATTERY DISTRIBUTORS j Phone 4-7641, Coral Gables j } To < >ur Many Jewish Friends A Most HAPPY NEW YEAR CITY MILL & NOVELTY WORKS "Specializing in All Kinds of Millwork and Maintenance Work" 177ii Purdy Avenue PHONE 5 :<77s"i j A HAPPY NEW YEAR j 1 i Mr. and MRS. j IRVING FRANK AND FAMILY •Frank's Fine Foods! I'l W. ll-i Street I | MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY INC. I Relinud Ru Bi ake Linii g Wheel Aligning • !< ni rators Spark Plugs Starti r. i ndi • si %  •Lublrii at on Cars Washed ind Sin i sed Bat terii Recharged Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH j First National Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH NORTON TIRE CO 7, GOT W. FLAGLER, COR. 6TH AYE. Phone 3-4639 Miami Beach Branch Fifth and Alton Road PHONE 5-4830 : 24-HOUR SERVICE : V> mr>



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* PAGE FIFTY SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 193 ^ ECONOMIC PACT OF WAR DISCUSSED AT MEETING R R. ADLER it, Jewish Wc i>f Miami far. Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Additional preparations for effectively mooting; the emergen' cy which war has imposed upon iho economic structure of Palestine were considered at meetings of tho Executive Jewish Agency and of Jwish municipal officials. The meeting of tho Agency Executive was attended by most of tho members, who have returned from Geneva. Present wore David l>en Gurion. chairman; Menahem M. I'ssishkin. president of the Jewish National Fund: Moshe Shertock, head of the political department of the Agency; Eliezer Kaplan. treasurer: Dr. Isaac Gruenbaum; Dr. Werner Senator; Rabl i Jehuda L. Fishman; Eliahu Dobkin; Rabbi Jacob Shapiro, as well as Isaac ben Zvi. president of the Vaad I.ounii (Jewish National Council.) Moshe Shertok visited jwith Chief Secretaiy John Stuart Mcn and Licutenant-General M G. II. Barker, command Bi • sh forces [in Palestine and Transjordan. He also railed upon the Polish consul general, expressing to him the profound sympathy of the Yishuv for the fight which Poland is waging for territorial integrity. SOCIETY DANCE TO BE HELD Completion of plans for the forthcoming dance to he sponsored by the National Council of .Jewish Juniors took place at the home of its president. Miss Charlotto Singer. This dance will be the last in the series of summer dances and will he held Tuesday evening at 8:00 P. M.. at the President Hotel. Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. CONVALESCES AT HOME Air. J. I. Kaufman has jusi v. turned from the hospital to his home whore he is recuperating from his second operation. RISES IN PALESTINE • r x "l r • Tie v all of another Jci!i Settlement pors up in Palestine UK refusers lake their place alongside the pioneer* I" curry forward llir rokinimlion program that is the backbone of the rebuilding of the Jewish National Home in Palestine. Fifl) new agricultural eofonle* have bom i ii -i :.i. .| lf ilM | lt ( || lr I'nitcfl I'.i I.-11 in Appeal since Ann! entablished iil |03 The Jewish Agency has been inf rmed by a message from Marseilles that all Palesl who remained on French soil fol{ the World Zionist Congross have now -ailed for home. The ship. City Of Cairo, ai rived at Haifa, bringing 200 Congress delegates and visitors and returning residents. DR R A BERMANN Or. Bermann received his DIES OF HEART ATTACK ral at the L'niversitj New Yeik. (WNS) Dr. Ri h i u in Vieti a becoming a jouraid A. Bermam Austrian refuna si in Berlin for the Tag gee, author of many I ks and Full. .winAnschluss Dr Bera former director of th ierimann was arrested and came to can Guild for German Cultural this country after his releasi Freedom, died of a heart attack August. 1938. Surviving arc a at Saratoga Springs, N Y. He brother, Robert Bermann > t Prawas 56 years old. -""I ,w sisters. To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year" R S w Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ethel Rothlem and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends < A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs1). Rabirovich and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. I.. Reisman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and M's. Dan 15. Ruskin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. F,lry Stone Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR MrHarry Simonhoff Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Son. Emanuel. and Daughter, Shirley D Wish All Their Relativeaid Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irvin ISiegel and FamilyWish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrand Mrs. Bernard Simon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrand Mrs. Julius Simpson and Daughter. Norma I-ee Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin and Daughter. Barbara Judith Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and 'Mrs. I. Silver and Family Wish All Their Relatives ar.il Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz and Son. Douglas Byron Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herbe-t E. Scher and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrand Mrs. Tobias Simon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Silberstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR TMr. and Mrs. Isadore Shier and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I.ouis Shaff and FamilyWish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schindler and Family Wish All Their Relativeami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William Simpkin* Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Shonfeld and Son. Abe Wish All Their Relative, and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Shonberu Wish All Their Relativeand Friends \ HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr, and Mrs. Peter Silverman and Daughter. Miriam Pati Wish All Their Relativeand Friends A HAPPY NEW \ '• %  \:: Mr. and Mrs. Philip .-' %  n-i! % % %  ri; and S.niWish All Their Relativ, i nd Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Simons and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Seitlin and Family Wish All Their Relatives ami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Frank It. Solomon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiru and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Slote Wish All Their Relativean i Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrand Mrs. Meyer Scli"ait/. and Family Wish All Their Relativeand Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. (has. S. Tobin and Family Wish All Their Relativeand Friends A HARPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. II Tobin Wish All Their Relativeand Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Tobin and Family Wish All Their Relativeand Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Tanncnhaum and FamilyWish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR U Mr. and Mrs. I.oui* Weinklc and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and MrsJack Waeher and FamilyWish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat I.. Williams Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wil-.un and Sun Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and 'Mrs. W. I.. Williams and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wait-man and Family Wish AM Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. EWolff and Family W sh All Their Relativeand Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Weiss and FamilyWish All Their Relativeand Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ihlfelder Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR w Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and Daughter Wi-h All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR &f "• M



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINETEEN Israel's Five-Point Program (t iint i lined from Page H) wi :'. the tiger? Because God prefers the meek and the humble to • strong; and the dominating:, Thi ill ihunted by the lion, the sheep by the wolf, the fcoat by I tiger God, therefor,'. wiy>: "Bring: unto me a sacrifice, • • in them that persecute but them that are persecuted." It in view of this lofty teach• the modern -I w, follow• instrui i ion of our Sages, nr.i-take his place in the world n t! those who are persecuted %  with those who ppi ••cut Ami the application fate of the liberal trend in human life; that when liberalism prevails, thi' Jew succeeds and when liberalism falters, th Jew fails. And this lesson must not be forgotten by Israel in his present clash with dark, reactionary forces. Indeed, it is my sincere conviction that Israel r nlizes that in order to survive and that democracy in order to survive must cherish a liberal policy that will make for an attitude of benevolence and charitableness towards fellowmen. By way of illustration:—' There are some people in our own ; country at the present moment' to whom the problem of relief is a -train anil a burden. Why create the impression, say these people, that the poor in our midst present a new probkon in human life? Does not even the Bible say. "The poor shall never cease out of the land?" This is an erroneous interpretation of the scriptural passage to be found in the book of Deuteronomy. What the Bible means to say is not that the poor should always be with us but that we should always he with the poor What the Bible really says is this:—Since the poor shall never cease out of the land, therefore I command thee, saying: "Thou shalt surely open thy hand unto thy poor and needy brother in thy land" As a Jewish teacher, preaching: and teaching Biblical prophet Lc id A i.i. mi; FRIENDS | DAYTON I SCALE CO. i i j 913 X. K. First Avenue j 1'lluNF. 2-8539 much learning but b cause of too much ignoran e,— that what ••' (Continued on Page -'•> t in r Sincere W i-loto ( miJKWISII ii;i I :\DS AM) PATRON* Fill; A IIAITY NEW YEAH GEO. EHLENBERGER & CO.. Inc. \V indis.il,I >i-.t rilnitor KIII.KNDAI.I: III TI I:I; K(J(SS iinil CIIKKSK I ^—-^ I 150 N. E. Seventh Street I MIAMI. FLORIDA I I + — —.—.. — — —_. — MR. and MRS H. L. GREEN nnil tinI CAPITOL I Dress Shop i I 244 N. Miami Avenue I I Extend I lest Wishes for I HAPPY NEW YEAR IIAITY NEW YEAR The Gossard Corset Shoppe i i i i A HAPPY NEW YEAR \ I HAPPY XEW YEAR 'J' I "A Gossard for Every Figure No Charge for Alterations | MRS. J. A. BLANTON ltil s. E. First Street PHONE :l 1008 | i I i i i i T iarthur berel. inc.! UNIVERSITY +— BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY XEW YEAR j I 66-68 E. Flagler Street j j i i j ( MIAMI E. F. CRAWFORD a II< I I i I Of MIAMI i i i • i i i i f i i J I BEN J. KINCAII) J Life Insurance & Annuities I • 4>7 First N.itl. Bank Bldg j HARBOR I Plywood Corp. WISH A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALE Ol'R FRIENDS < ORAL GABLE* • I THE JACOBSKIND FAMILY and the SEABOARD SANITARY DAIRY i I'll oNE 2-07:21 Greetings ... It is our pleasure to extend to all our Jewish friends and patrons sincere good wishes for a Happy New Year Pan American Airways VISIT YOUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT I PRODUCERS OF THE FINEST DAIRY PRODUCTS isli fur the Jews of Miami and Miami Beiieh nnd nil Israel j A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I Hi j j i i SCOTT-PERRY 704 Florida National Banl< CORP. Bldg. 1 j DAN B. RUSKIN MAX OROVTTZ Florida Sunland Foods, Inc. Available at Leading Fruit Shippers The Original Pure Papaya Syrup I •+ SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR I I M. L. L. EAST COAST FISH MARKET West Flagler Street ... AT THE BRIDGE EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TIP TOP GROCERY STORES THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES -'7 X. W. Fifth Street—Phone 2-8194 1301 West Flajrier Street—Phone 2-6745 665 X. W. 36th Street—Phone 3-3876 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY XEW YEAR The Fifth District Nurses' Association NURSES* OFFICIAL REGISTRY 7ti| Olj mpin Building 24 HOUR SERVICE YOUR INSPECTION INVITED SHIRLEY INGALLS REZEAU. R. N.. President MARJORIE THOMPSON, R. N.. Secretary LUCY D. TREADWAY. R. N.. Registrar TELEPHONES: 2-0182—3.1866 V; I



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PAGE FIFTY-TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 IPLU WJJL!L reLlfuU rLfiuiH d Y. M. H. A. Tenders Reception Wed. LZI REGIME READYING tine inf.. Reliable On WV.In -ASTIC MEASURES from B i eeived here the Y M P AGAINST REICH JEWS .. Im by t< tion to •' -— .1 A leadei j in Berlin, ai 's Chi ml th %  i WNSI Tl Reich Uni imprisonni. f Miami F activities arc | • i or a worse fate, %  % %  Welfare Funds u •:" Nazi ra: {red for women to tak tl Jews to !l executive position's of all Jew I ittees. mi asures of blackns in the f i %  strib il n Meanm n "disappeared" Offi als of w lc all Jev tre cinema, the Reichsvertn %  • %  %  • • I lie* will ". %  • % %  I' pi (trams, and .''.her large Berliner and Hannah Ka ha been cancelled • the activities of th ption of synagogue Recha Freyer was ap sen i direct the Palestine Offi Hai mon • i %  -..; %  Everyoni le emigration of Jews | ( was also learned by from the Reich has Btopped Bince phone that the Reichsver*ii l istilities began, although a few recently created all-embra ii B h-vf been able to leave via neuReich Union of Jews, was ordered • Holland, Denmark tral countries. It is said that half by Nazi authorities to Bubmit; a R j Sweden will be permitted by the able-bodied Jewish men have immediately a list of all able-j ^he Government that the been conscripted for work on war bodied men between 18 and 55 | greatest haste was imperative, projects such as mad. farm and y,..,,.. „f age for Impressment to c| amp Down On Foreign Propsbuilding projei forced labor. The seriousness of | panda In Germany Women Named To Direct Jewish ,| u situation i< seen in a thinly Advices reaching here fi n> Organizations in Berlin veiled hint that a rapid change in n-vTON i ,. „'he situation is impending and Amsterdam IWNM -Increas• ,.,, .„ i„„;.i, also l'v the fact that authorities n j apprehension is felt by Jemsn • i i .i c .„ „r T,... here have strongly cautioned Jew%  es here over the fate of Jew• .... ,. • r ,.,„ ish leaders against attempting to I %  leaders in Germany, inform..*.., \. ed sources hinting that Nazi au""' ,no Re,cn I ritles may enforce drastic meaHeadof the -South Aliyah re against th. leaders of Ger(Palestine immigration) move, Jewish organ! such as ment in Berlin, the same source arrests are being made in the 1 Berlin Jewish Community, revealed, have been told by Nazi | Reich's drive to suppress fon t l R e ichsvertung and the Talesofficials that emigration of Jewpropaganda. Germany disclosed thai German police have seized all radio sets owned by Jews in the Prussian town of Bucnde following the arresl <>f several persons apprehended while listening to a foreign broadcast in the home f a Jew It was indicated that more PROTESTANT DIGEST" SCIENCE CONGRESS UNITES CHURCHMEN HEARS REPORT BY AGAINST RACE HATE York, (WNS) The i •' Protest ition, the ntolerai the disscmii \ • gar/da is eaders throu itry. i %  •' Protestant Di| p • and who uphold or iglaeial ince 1 aused rs in the nti-N fight 1 ... %  n th new magazini as %  • d weapon. Captaii G e Harriman. tary of the Non-Se tarian Anti Nazi league said. "We feel that this publication can bring: thousof new supporterto Bid quelling racial intolerance and to lend their help in fighting Nini propaganda in our Democracy Paris (WNS) Representatives of Jewish and non-Jewish relief bodies under the chairmanship of Sir Herbert Emerson, League Commissioner for Refugees, have formed a committee in London to di al with refugeein England, It is expected that all decisions will be made not by the whole COW ttee but by negotiations with the Government deportments on behalf of the refugee relief agenHEBREW SCIENTIST Y rk, (WNSi il cultivation of the virus i ab es w hii h pi nises a superior e t rea i by mad ci igs her i %  pn -. nted by Dr. 1 I. Klij Hebrew 1 of JeInternational Mi. I Dr. Kliglei •" Hj %  and Bm teriol pry of the Heb i L'nivi i %  • -\ i f \ periments conduc) ibories of the University in coo] oration with Dr Hans Bernkopf. also of Hebrew University. In a paper read before the I ii press. Dr. N H Swellengrebel. of Am-said that Dutch Guiana is n I al present a ible colonizat ion ground for Jewish refute, -. "Any atti to settle whites areas win malaria irife Ihey are hound t,. mpi I with Afri. an people is boui I I be a total failure." Dr. S.v.' ngn bi 1 said. "unless either the malaria is n tly or there is enforced segregal • of tl groups of people t j elimin: competition between I hi m &f I *>* To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year" A B D F G Dr. and Mr-. Samuel Aronovitz and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrand Mrs. Michael Arnold of Coral Gables Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY' NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. R. R Adler Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Frienda A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axlrtd Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY' NEW YEAR B Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bain and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Nat Blumberg and Daughter Charlotte Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitl and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and MrsLeonard Barr and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. MBergman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Arthur Blatt Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blau Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William C'lein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and MrsJ. H. Cohen Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drevich Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR E Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Epstein and Family Wish All Their Relative? and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. Ehrlich Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Mr. and Mrs. lien jam in Bronston Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Mr. and Mrs. I,eo Eisenstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. II. Farber Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg Wish All Their Relatives ar.vl Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Feuer Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Eisenberg and Daughters Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrand Mrs. Harold Fisher and Son. Howard Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR G Mr. and Mrs. Ted C.ulkis and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gulkis Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ixiuis Gordon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goldstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. George J. Gerson and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR i Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenbl.mk and Family Wish All The:-Relatives ar I Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rev. and Mrs. S. i.uiim.in and Family Wish All Their Relatives ana Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Murry Grossman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR H Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Halpert and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and M/s. Max Hoffman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Cantor and Mrs. Louis liayman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. CS. Jamison and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR K Mr. and Mrs. AKronenfeM and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR >



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE ELEVEN JEWS IN A CHANGING EUROPE THE CHALLENGE OF NEW OPPRESSION CREATES INCREASED PROBLEM OF SURVIVAL i:V ALEXANDER KAIIN the economic anil communal lif<' of German Jewry was completely halted. The dislocation <.f Jewish lifV in Czecho-Slovakia upon Nazi iccuption followed the familiar pattern of driving Jews from every foothold in the lift' of the country, Extension of Nazi political 'I" over neighboring countries survival is increasingly potent Denationalization of Jews goes on at an alarming pace, and 250,fare exclusion from trades and professions as "aliens." Thee are the foi al points of anti-Semitism in Europe, but on the periphery ar small anas of Were forced to leave then: I when they left the country T..even people who had b< paratively well off went out of derm.! 1 j The Jew of foi m i Ausl had never attained the i position ,.f German Jew distress Danzig, Memel, Lithuequally poverty-stricken, ana, lativa which typify on a 1. y event" f world'shaknportai e have occurred ope during the past year. lanj instances Jewish comes have been -wept alone the current of oppression, M Kahn, vie -pn idenl of the .' %  Distribution Committee, • %  -%  the i ffects of the Eu: •. crisis on the Jewish po%  %  The Editor. • impact of the changes i : : .' during the past y ar in ap of Europe has been felt n -• keenly by tinJewish peop %  As Germany's drive for -pa e" broki through the b HI .. ies of smaller rountr living span' for .lews was redu i : A irvey of the Jewish posithe pa-' year in Central Easl i %  • %  Europe will indii ati %  .'• ws have been • ubjected to ible dangers of Nazi infil• i; • %  or i"\ asion, for even if Greali 'I' "many does noi e | wholly in imposing its rule rtquered or absorbed terri• %  ••. it invariably drives that country into an anti Si I I poli nly slightly removed from %  hi Sun mberg laws S rapid was the onrush of Ger ma might in the year beg i i %  ptember •' %  • it Jewish comj %  • • numl ing hundn Is f nds of were ili • v swept into the ma' Istrom of ra ial hatre I. To the 350, Jews -till in Old nermany and • -' 0,000 in former V: I w • r< adde i is < tims of thi new N... racialism another 300.000 %  I icho SI %  %  ikia, some SO.OOi It* y and nearly half a millioi I Hungary. The methodof intro• ;• rai ill : iws may have differ, hut thi ir effe -t has every whr< same. The Jew • • lands of Nazi supremacy -: %  %  ally depr -. %  in in •' elihoi d; ho is •' !•<] iritl %  nes apable alti r %  • % %  • of en o r exti rmi%  d em arrat : > n has 11 made t ; f ant Jewn in I iermany and th es she has swallowed • r drivi E asl Yet the %  • % %  of emigration is not solv. the houi ling of Jews Th-.i r of thousandof men. womei and children into overoaded refug ihips has meat lening .f the tragedy of ef igees, • ranscending has expanded I orders of the Third Reich and reaching out to the reof the earth. The 11 f i'-' ic ship, drifting from port • an ominescent indictment of the r.'ew barbarism whirh iseeking to undermine Jewish life everywhere through the deliberate (lumping of Jews, after they have been deprived of e\ ry means of economic adjustment Tli political upheavals in Europe have ':•-• '•: accompanied, step by step, by new acts of terror mghl with it irresistible reeogi pressure for adoption of the rae. ial theorii s of (iermany. I \ partner, Italy, cr" ated a double problem by instituting anti-Jewish legislation. Not the native Jewish population, hut also the refugees who had Bi • tled in Italy to escap • pet tion were immediately affected Many were expelled, and thousands more pauperized by the i mfiscation of Jewish property. Hungary also, last May. passe i a severe "Jew-law" which cuts ale the problem assumed world-wide • Jews. The fir-t dismemJewish participation in Hungarberment of Czecho-Slovakia last j an economic and professional acSeptember affected nearly 100.000 tivities to B percent. The fir-t Jews transferred to Germany, anti-Jewish bill, passed the preliminary, and Poland. Late in reding May. had thrown 50.000 October some 18,000 .lewof Pol j ewa ,,,,.,„ the community for i-h nationality were ruthless ipport. The second, immea-ir ill soon redriven from Germany over the Polish border. Hut the climax to ampaign of brutality came on November 10th, when arson. • i j, :• | arrests swept 'iermany in an unprecedented pogrom. On the pretext of avenging the death of a German embassy killed :•• Paris by a refugee youth, organized anti-Jewish violence broke rl the Reich. More than fiv hundred synagogues were destroyed, Jewish cemeteries deseI, homes and business buildingwiv ke I Nearly every able lied male Jew from 18 I .imprisoned, (in November i ies f decrees was pub' i |, •' ning the .lews of Germany as a whole one billion • to i ay for the ne by the ri ters, timated at another bill on, and confiscating all insurance claims the damage Jewish orgarri%  % %  i | i\\ n and %  funds bl k I. Ry January ably more drastic, will soon du • some 300,000 to helpless dependence upon outside assistance. While Nazism adds new territory to the area of anti-.Tewihness, the .lews of Eastern Europe continue to live under condition's o f widespread diseriniir.a' on The boycott, the movement Cor "Polonization" of commer.ee. "ghetto benches" in universities, pressure upon Jews to emigrate. which has igi ificance Tl B 'i > of th • refugees question haduring the past year assumed increasing importai as the pressure for emigp'i has frustrated all efforts at sys tematic evacuation. During the past twelve months more than I 10.000 -lews have left Naziland. in increasingly frequent spurts of panic emigration wh se ( com it ants w re the establishment of no-man's-landa and emer gem y transit camp-, and thi of the refugee ship. The exodus from Germany was far more difficult in 5699 than in previous years. Many of the refugees left the country hurriedly, threatened with imprisonment in concentration camps if they remained. Some were physically dumped over the holders: rarel> in pof ession of legal 'lo?umen*s which would regularize their stay, they have faced enormous hazards in seeking to remain. Those who left (Iermany during recent months were, in add! tion, the poorest of th refugees who have departed since the advent of Hitler. Those who had The traff (( ontinued refugei en Page 12) A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL •J. W. Watson, Jr. City Attorney MIAMI. FLORIDA COMPLIMENT of tin SEASON i ; S. (iROVER MORROW Atti I I -' %  .' !'. i: Miami. Flor Law effortat anti-Jewish legislation, not lost the bulk of their posses; • _. 1 .. .1. V ...I..... .!...,.-....' igorous attaks upon Jews in the pre-and on the radio, are by now common factors in Jewish life in Poland. Economic restrictions have long been pra against Poland's 3.100,000 Jews, ai sporadic violence still breaks out wherever extremist elements the upper hand. Rim larly in Roumania where -nil.ooii Jews live in chronic poverty, the menace to J( h sions by the November di I HAPPY NEW YEAR Judge j II. L. Oppenborn : i i i • t i i x NEW YEAR GREETINGS To My Jewish Friends TOM WOOD CONSTABLE • i i NEW YEAR '; GREETINGS i i i i i i t i i • i i i i i i i i i ITT I i • i WALTER C. KOVNER SINCERE WISHES IM|; .\ HAPPY SEW YEAR T MILTON A. FRIEDMAN BES" WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR i\3 MRS, j W. 1). (Rill) Joyce' A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL it JUDGE W. F. BLANTON SINCERE WISHES POR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T E. B. LEATHERMAN CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY BEST WISHES for ft HAPPY & PROSPEROUS J NEW YEAR m J. Lamar Paxon COUNTY ('( I MMISSIONERJ FOR DADE COUNTY A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL J. N. (NEWT) LUMMU FOR DADE COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR f k