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The Jewish Floridian ( September 29, 1939 )

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%  *> c# wJewiisti Filaridliiai in i 1% VOL. 12—NO. 38 QoMiMut Yfrn& J toward fare th< stranded refugees. In view of tinfact thai the new French currency laws make it al• %  -: impossible t" transfer relief funds from France to any fon country where refugees have found temporary haven makethe relief of tie HIAS-ICA considerably ; ln-.ii' d. The set t ice i if tlii emigration i irfranization here has bi i n chiefly t" aid refugi es in emigrating to the United States and Latin American countries with fundmade up from sums contributed in equal parts by the Joint Distribution Committee, the Jewish Colonization Association and the Council for German Jewry. The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee is confronted with a similar situation here but can send its funds to European countries directly from New York. a procedure not open to the HIASICA which depends chiefly at this time upon funds received from the Join! Distribution Committee for its emigration work. The Jewish colonization Association and the Council for German Jewry, being Iinti-h organizations. are restricted by the Hritish currency laws which prohibit transfer of funds from England. In spite of apparent difficulties the HIAS-ICA continues to function with a maximum of efficiency, all directors of the organization now in Paris getting the usual help from French authorities. Arriving here from Poland by way of Rumania. Leon Alter. Warsaw representative of the HIASICA Emigration Association, reported that thousands of Jewish war refugees were gathering in Ccrnauti and other Rumanian towns and that many of them are starving, American relief was urgent, Mr. Alter said, since the local Jewish population was itself in straightened circumstances. ENFORCE MEASURES AGAINST JEWS IN BOHEMIA-MORAVIA Budapest (WNS)—AmiJewish laws were being tightened in BohemiaMorav i,i according to the Prague newspaper Neuc Tag, organ of the Nazi Protectorate officials. GERMAN REFUGEES T WAR IN EUROPE SEEN AS CURTAILING WORK OF REFUGEE COMMISSION Yl Washington (\TNS>—The work of the Intergovernmental Refugee (lomIIII--II.II. set up at Kvian-los-Bains more that a year ago when repreNEWTAXES Strictive measures against Jews, designed to segregate all Jewish businesses, law offices and surgeries, were being strengthened. The organ of the radical Czech Fascist group. Ylajka. has initiated Vino, Spain (WN'Sl—Forty t.erman Jew. who were enroute to South Afri-ntalive of thirty-two nation* met Throughout the '"protectorate", reca on the German liner Wagoni when the war crisis developed, may be forced to remain aboard ship here for the duration of the war. The V, agoni. now among the more than thirty German ships anchored here, sailed from Hamburg August 11, and received orders when the war there at the request of President Roosevelt, has been considerably upset by the European war. Britain and France, up to now among the most I.,, t .L %  .i i i manifesto issued here l>v the \ aad helpful in furthering the lntergov' Jerusalem (WNS—Palcor Agency I —A unified and disciplined Yishuv is mobilizing all its moral and material resources to meet the emergencies of war, it was indicated in a .minimal program initiated by President Roosevelt can now give but little additional aid since their enbroke out, to put in at Vigo. The "*'<"' arr devoted to war. refugees, obliged to take passage on' Their principal efforts will be dit„ impose new taxes on the Jewish I.eumi under the signature of its newly elected President Pinchas Ruttenherg. The decision was also announred a campaign to force Jews to wear special badges and has published a demand for the establishment of la, <;,. rlmm ,i lip in ordrr lo „ alva(tr reeled to moving out of their rouncommunity, particularly on persons DOr concentration camps for lews ,, u n|tle ,, 1( y roul j m |m R) i( h tries the tens of thousands of tier„f means, so that larger fundmight who are "undermining the energy i, UXt n „ and char judgment of the Czechs by whispering propaganda," HUNGARIAN JEWS FACE DISMISSAL FROM JOBS UNDER ANTI-JEWISH LAW Budapest (WNS).—Fifty thousand Hungarian Jews were faced with the dreary prospect of losing their employment in small commerenterprises unnoney to obtain tickets on man '"*' *'"' hav '' -•'"'''"I there tern|„. available to help the Vi-liuv cope a neutral liner, and German agents P r arily while awaiting permanent u jt|, ||„. economic effectof the conhere have not,fir.I them that their haven. Germany's attitude, too, has flirl in Europe. ticketcannot be transferred since considerable changed h> the j^ i a i,..,j„,. j,, Mrv g(|ve ,. vi(1 ,.,„,. failure to carry out the contract was uar Th *"'•' r.fiuuhad expressed (lf h> )(Wn w j„ |0 ..,,.,.;,;,.,. iimi | lall due t the war. "willingness to permit the en.igraeoM wi||l „„. ap|> ,. a a(1(|r< ,, ,„ Most of the refuge,have -onor """ f %  le U0 ,m >"" a "' 1 JewrN throughout the world to -hare daughters at South Africa who had %  b,e -' d %  fr m ll "' R rn '" in preserving and extending the foundarranged for the admission of their "wntries abroad, where ihej would parents. However, since the refugees ev *ntuall> arrange to -end for their are of German nationality, even though l,l,r relative.. German) now want(Urt <1 ,| lal -,,„. illlali(>n necessitated these young Jews, both nun and women, for war work hut iVlixioiito gel ,id <>f the old people and children. It is believed that ih< persecution ations of the Jewish National Home, The Manifr-lo lo the ^ i-hu\ dethey are fleeing Nazi rub', thr> have been told that their existing permits are no longer valid and that new arrangements must be made. cial ami industrial enterprises unSp n|8n uthor m M ;lrt permitting der Hungarian anti-Jewish laws, n,, ,,„.,„ ,„ ,.„„„. a>1 „ irt tonlu U ( ,h< J '"' ,n Germany may b, re. "\ Magyar Zsidok Lapja." organ of |„. r e in an effort to get help, hut ii laxed Iewlu '"''•'"-'' f •" war the progressive Jewish community, iundersi I there is no chance of iince ''"' Ni,/i ~ "'" find u eful wu revealed. their gaining permission to remain in work f,,r ll "" too -" ,m J '"remaining The law will affect between fifSpain. in the Reich. live of the original fortx-five Jew'" ; rl n %  l" ,rl,on of Poland, aboard the \\ agoni were assisted In '' %  : """ ll,r "'"*'' %  Problem. relatives in Lisbon who facilitated P erl "MW S r ,,la *•' %  Germany iideleterious gru'-.'ing di— teen and twenty thousand small enterprises which employ from four to fourteen yorkers. These entcr| rises, the article state-, will be ,, ,ir Passage to the frontier. A woman who tried to follow then, several -topped b) Portugese ne, days later wa official-. \mong the Jew-till aboard the \\ agoni iMax l.ewy. a middle-aged llerliu interior decorator. who-e father waan American and who lived in New York from 1897 to 1900. He has a broth**Ernest Lewy, living in forced to obey the provisions of (he law regarding employment of lew ish and non-Jewish personnel. Since there are only about i.KHi trained non*Jcwish employes available t" replace the 50,000 Jewish employes who will be subject to dismissal,sit is expected that those small firms will be faced with an untenable sit| Mf \„ l ,,.\,.^ nation. The law will seriously affect Jewish doctors, the article points out. For the next twenty years Jewwill be denied admission to I medical associations. Jewish doc* torwho continue as members, are not allowed to change their residence because applications for registration in another district are considered as new admissions t'> medical practice. No hosiptal or clinic is permitted P* !" (WNS).—The observance P. admit post-graduate workers who <•• Yom Kippur. the Hay ..Atoneare not members of a medical a loomfor those who have initiated the work of the Commission which was to as-ist German political refugees. \ large percentage of the 3.000.000 Jewin Poland will he thrust under Nazi rule with it, 'onsequi nt political discrimination. Reports <>n investigations of British Guiana, the Philippine-. Dominican Republic and Rhodesia are not optimistic for mass Jewi.-h settlement. The countries willing to take them are now diminishing ill number because of the war. the fulle-t coordination and discipline. Mthoiigh the war iremote from Palestine, nevertheless effects are felt. There tress. "The urgent tasks before uinclude the ill, re..-e of I,lid ,. \ mi lit. lb* stimulation of production, the combi I of speculation, the prevention of -taxation and the anticipation of danger-. Therefore, the \ aad I.eumi hadecided to impose an rmergenc) lax u all Jew-, primarilj on persons of mean-, in addition lo the Kofer lla\ishuv tax. Thus large finances will bo mobilized to meet contingencie-." 1200 REFUGEES LAND IN HAIFA AFTER SAILING SIX WEEKS SERVEYOMKIPPUR FREUD. FATHER OF PSYCHO-ANALYSIS. DIES IN LONDON AT 83 dical assoment and most solemn holiday of elation, a measure designed to eliminate about 100 young Jewish doctors and a number of Jewish medical students who expect to finish their studies within the next few yearsPALESTINE JEWS INCREASE BY 167% SINCE 1931 Jerusalem (WNS—Palcor Agency* —According to figures published in the Economic Bulletin of the Jewish National Fund, there were 460,000 Jewish inhabitants of Palestine on June 30, 1939, representing a 16, r r increase over the 1931 census enumeration and an increase of 23,000 during the first half of this year, of whom 19,000 were immigrants, tourists authorized to remain in the country, and refguees of all categories. the Hebrew calendar, was held by religious Jews who gathered Friday evening and Saturday on the barricades of Warsaw, while still participating in Warsaw's defense at the agogues were in ruins. This infor* front because their homes and synmatiou. received through Polish sources, said that old bearded men in long kaftans and yarmclkes. and side by side with them, the yeshiva bachurim in their long cats, who made up 30 per cent of the so-called ''Children's Battalion" which is active in the defense of the beleaguered Polish capital, were digging trenches in the front lines. While digging trenches the old Jews recited psalms and chanted '"Yidui." the confessional prayer said before death. They were said to be reconciled to death following London (WNS) — Dr. Sigmiind Freud) eminent scientist and the originator of psychoanalysis, died at his Ciech provinces of Bohemia and Haifa i \X NS— Palcor Agency l-Tbe ship Noemi Julia, flying the flag of I',,,,,,ui. came into Haifa harbor carrying 1.200 refugees who had been on the high seas for six weeks after embarking at a Rumanian port early in August. Among the passengers were 400 women and children. Most of the refugees had traveled overland lo linn,am., from the former Moravia. It ibelieved that they will he interned for a period in the dehome in llamp-lead last Saturday night at the age of 83. In nil had been in poor health -ince June. li:!8. when l"ilion camp at Sarafend. he came lo F.ngland a a refgiiee from Nazi-acquired Austria. Despite hiage and suffering from B'NAI B'RITH NATIONAL the ravageof cancer, he still reMEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN eeived a few patients after 1930, alOPENS NOVEMBER 1ST though most of the i| Mulling was done by bis daughter Anna, whom Washington (WNS)—The national he recognized as his successor, while membership campaign of B'nai B'ritb the aged doctor, bearded, ascetic and will open on November 1st, it was patriarchal in appearance, merely announced here this week by J. F.unodded agreement from time to time, gene Farber. of Toledo, Ohio, chairSiginund Freud was born in Freiman of the national membership eoniberg. Moravia, on May 6. 1856, the niittee. The campaign will be launched son of a small tradesman. When be with simultaneous drives in twentywas four, the family moved to Vienna five leading cities under the joint where he attended school although direction of Mr. Farber, Paul Ricbhis early interests seemed to be man, national director of membership, botany and chemistry. It was the and the membership committees in reading of Goethe's essay "Die Natur" the campaign cities. At the same time, which influenced him toward pur-u. B'nai B'rilh lodges in more than 500 I other communities will co-ordinate their own annual membership activities with the national campaign, which this year is concentrating on the larger renters of Jewish popu> lation. ing a medical course. days of Nazi seice. meeting each exploding bomb with a shouted "Sh'ma Yisreel." (Hear. O Israel").



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PAGE TWO TO JIWIIH FLOMDUW FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1939 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SHOCHET. Society Editor ARBEITER RING TO HOLD PICNIC The Arbeiter Ring Bran.h 269 of Greater Miami will hold a p Cnic Sunday October 1st beginning at 10:30 a. in. lasting the entire day. at the Dixie Bath House at South Beach, 1st St. and OceanDrive' Refreshments and drinks will be served and entertainment furnished for all those attending. All members and friends are urged to attend as the proceeds will go towards the Arbeiter Ring Schools of the Southeastern District. In case of inclement weather the picnic will take place in the dance hall of the Bath House. • • • BRIS TAKES PLACE The bris of Charles, the on of Mr. and Mrs. I. Diamond of Miami Bea h took place at their home Sunday with Rev. Josef Malek officiatingMr. and Mrs. Sam Ehr. lich were the quaters and Rabbi Max Shapiro was the saundik. • • • VISITS IN NORTH Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret and son Irving, have left for Atlanta, where IrvinHr w U attend Emory University Dr. and Mrs. Coret will continue to Waynesville. N. C. where they will remain until October 5th. • • • SPINOZA DISCUSSED BY GROUP There was no meeting of the Spinoza Group last Saturday. Next Saturday afterenoon the Spinoza Group will meet as heretofore at 2:30 p. m., on the lawn, at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. After a brief musical interlude. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give the 18th and the last lecture of the summer series. Topic: The Character of Spinoza. All are welcome. There is no charge. The engagement of Miss Dora Rosenhousedaughter of -Mrs. M Rosenhouse. to Norman Robert Lyons, is being announced by her mother. Miss Rosenhouse has been a resident of Miami for many years, having attended preparatory schools here. She then attended the University of Miami and Whitehead School of Drama in New York. Mr. Lyons was graduated from the Univers:ty of Florida. He has resided in Miami for several years and is an attorney. • • • MOVES T(f NEW OFFICE Dr. Max D Augustine announces the removal of his offices to 301 Huntington Bldg.. Miami Dr. Augustine took one year graduate work at Northwestern University and interned for three years at theJackson Memorial Hospital. • • • MEETING TO BE HELD The opening meeting of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood will be held Monday evening October 9th at 8:15 p. m. at the Synagogue w th Mrs. B. HLondon presiding. An attend. DRAMATIC SCHOOL TO OPEN The Studio School of the Dramatic Arts will be opened at the auditorium of the Scottish Rite Temple Theatre. 471 N. W, 3rd St.. %  under the direction of Roy Elkins, 'veteran of legitimate profession' a l work in theaetre, dramatic arts, radio, pictures, and public speak\ ing. Mr. Flkins has been the director of the Miami F, players during the past two years : in such productions as "Altar-f St, I," "Room Service." "Mj of the Boardwalk Asylum," ; "Whom Dreams Possess." and "If Ye Break Faith" and will use \ advanced methods based on his past knowledge and personal experience. • • • RETURNS TO CITY Rev. H M. Kagan returned to the city after spend :ig several weeks in the north. HABANOTH GROUPS TO MEET The Habanoth Buds will have their initial inc. ting under the leadership of their sponsor Mrs George Chertkof. Tuesday afternoon October 3rd at -I p. m. at the Mianf Ji wish Orthodox Congregation synagogue. Hanoar. Jewish Boy Scoutof Pi i-tine. Details will be annoutl a later issue. ENTERS Ml VM1 UNIVERSITY David Roller of Walden, N arirved in Miami where he ei I the University of Miami I School. He is a graduate of I College of New York and is I hihome here with his BI brother-in-law, Mr and Miry Grossman of 1120-lOth St. mi Beach Mr. Koller is the i of Mr. and Mrs. Harry K : of Miami Bea h. PHYLLIS ETHYLE SONTAG wh ise engagement to Ben II. Myers of Salem, Mas-., son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Myers, was an. nounced last week by her parents, Mr. and MisDavid Soi &.p?TION€t) /o ri&F* JACKSONVILLE'S LAtGtSt —4 fINEST HOtIL 300 > -i .MO !:•-• The Girls of the Blue and White of the Miami Habanoth will meet for the first time this season in the library of the Y. M H. A Monday afternoon October 2nd at 4 p m. Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum, sponsor will outline the fall activitiesYOUNG JUDAEA ELE< TS OFFICERS At the last meeting >t the Benj. V Cardoza Young Judaea Hub of Miami, election if officers took place. A.lolo Stein was elected president. Soph a Tendril h. g< rotary asd Howard Moss, treasurer. A series of cultural programs under the direction of the sponsors Miss Ida Smith and MisHarriet Damenstein are be ng planned. A heateer party will be held in the near future and proceeds of the affair will go towards the Keren now w ssr 1 (JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA %  ,-•.•' I SLEEP WELL ALL NIGHT Habanoth Debs will inaugurate their season of activities with a' meeting at the home *>f their sponsor Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner. Wednesday afternoon October 4th at 4 p. m. After this meeting the Debs and the ; r sponsor will he hosts to all Habanoth groups and their mothers in the Succah of Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A. Kell. ner 100% RYE BREAD HEALTH-KOSHER Made fresh daily from 100 per. cent whole RYE and all Health ingredients Good at cake. HEMINGTON-MANAGED HEALTH FOOD SHOP 12 S. E. FIRST ST—2-0356 £%*> ^ Wka£Jc&r.. i "When 1 feel restless and nervous at bedtime, drop an Effervescent Nervine Tablet (sometimes two) into a glass of water and drink it. It really tastes good. "Soon tired nerves relax and 1 drift into quiet, restful sleep." — From letter of enthusiastic user. Thousands have found this pleasant, easy way to a better night's sleep. Why don't you try Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets For Nervousness, Sleeplessness due to Nervousness, Nervous Headaches. Nervous Irritability, Nervous Indigestion and Travel Your druggist will be glad to sell you Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets on a satisfaction or money-back basis. Large Package 75* Small Package 35* AWARDED CUP Miss Adele Segall. first queen of the Jewish War Veterans of the United State-, was presented with a gold trophy, properly inscribed, by the Jewish War Veti through the State Commander Nat Roth at the B'nai B'rith meeting held Tuesday evening. • • VISITS IN MIAMI BEACH Mrs. Lena Roller of Waldene. N. Y. is visiting in Miami Beach with her daughter and son.in-Iaw Mr. and Mrs. Murry Grossman of Miami Beach. ~ Conveniently located in (-• downtown WvtnMfi, snooping •d theater gWriCt *t wy f t *• ouii.de room (no cowl) %  itk p#MN balri, cifCvUl.nf tc *te, radio. Ion end bed rod-of lamp., ftiitei ti POrtor, bedrOOm and bstn Superior cmlAf Oftd • %  €! isr TK Pt* Grill an, Tke RtnoWouf. Out Lobby, Dininf Rooms. Lownec, Boowty Porlof, Berber Snop P*d *ll pnol-e '00<*s are compJetel* a*r Ond.tionw Moff • hlf of OnGuei* ROOH ere aoefcvidwoily 1t con* dlonfl..--! • -C>/(uUtis>H •( 111 I ;• one jucit room to onother. Thu mode-*, hoip>t(-iopre*cdty*tem is on eicfwu'O •**' %  •! Tke Rooie**it. Dhi yow it-tomok If into tn# Hotel Kootevclt GJ'S^C. which %  • Jtr •^ -..Wave... %  Expert Hair Tinting and Bleaching. Personality Hair Cuts By "Frenchy" formerly with Dallas Park Hotel. PHONE 2-5666 Vanity Fair Controllables (TI Vl you the without now cors) ted corseted feel 3-95 Th s Fall you must cut a new figure. And here's help i„ the form of dainty paniie. girdles with 2-way stretch and comfortable control Leg-lengths to suit your typeWhite or Mush. S,zes 4 to 7 in group. By Vanity Fair. Not sketched: Vanity Fair Controllable 2.95 VANITY PAIR DEBT., BTRJEBT KLOOR f )



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€ FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti FHariidliian PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue [ J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor 1 B'NAl B'RITH %  nm NOTES FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager i>f Sholom Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at %  "•I* 1, was attended bj approximately Sidney I.. Spgall regular meeting Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year $2.00 Six Months %  • $1.00 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1939 VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 38. "Sukkos," the Feast of Tabernacles, Jewish harvest festival, recalls throughout the turbulent world the democratic principlec inherent in Judaism and in Jewish tradition. In America the custom of buildingsvecahs of frame covered with leaves and twigs, outside of the home and the synagouge, will prevail as usual. These booths built alike for rich and poor, are symbolic of the equality of mankind. Humanity is one, and every human being; a child of God. Man's responsibility for his fellow-men is implicit in the festal custom. To those in warring countries the observance of the feast may be curtailed this year, but the message of thanksgiving for the gifts of God and the reminder of the brotherhood of man will remain. Originally a harvest festival. Sukkos has become a celebration. In accordance with the injunction to take "the fruit of the goodly tree, the branches of palm trees, the boughs of thick leaved trees and willows of the brook and rejoice before the Lord,'' branches of palm leaves (the lulav), the ritron (os'-og), the myrtle and the willow are used in the service as symbols of thanksgiving for the year's harvest. The last day of Sukkos is known as "Simchas Torah." Rejoicing in the Law, because the cycle of reading the Law is completed and a new one started. This will recall to the mind of every observer the eternal quality of the moral law. Within that memory is the seed of hope for the future of Judaism and the reecognition of its basic democratic principles. NAT'L COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN NEWS All over the country women's, organizations are taking council as to their proper course of con-, ica must go on in spite of the war in EuropeThe main task of the twentieth century is soill as \ it was after the World w 'r—the organization of a permanent world society." "Efforts for a world court, a world league and disarmament duct in view of the world hituaj have fallen far short of our hopes, tion. There seems to be a feeling' destruction, hut we see more that a united sentiment among We are confronted by chaos and ^^^ the women might have its effect in the preservation of the pace of the "United States. The International Relations and Peace committee of the National Council of Jewish women met in an emergency session on Thursday in New York for the purpose of formulgate a policy to guide the 65.000 senior and junior council members throughout the country during the existing crisis. Mrs. Arthur Brin. chairman of this committee, rssued a statement, and Mrs. Benjamin LVine, chairman of the Mi a mi section of the council, has supplied a copy of this statement as follows: A "The peace movement in Ameronc hundred brothers. A Miiall attendance, indeed, in view of the previous publicity given. Our lodge holds a business meeting only onre each month und matters of vital importance are usually discussed. In these changing times there is no excuse for a -mall turnout at a meeting in a lodge which boasts the largest membership in the South. To those absent brothers who missed the opportunity of bearing the guest speaker, Maj. A. W. Barrett, world famous foreign correspondent, your writers says "Ton, bad". Your loss. You failed to bear an enlightening, intelligent, informative, authoritative and Unbiased commentary depicting "The Passing Scene" in Europe today. You failed to bear a distinguished journalist whose contacts with beads of European Governments enablehim to present an "inside" v lew of the European situation. For the benefit of the brothernot attending the meeting, we hope tbat you may have the privilege of hearing Mil j. Barrett in the near futur i .i return engagement. Hro. Harry Sinionhoff postponed hii.port as Chairman of the A. 1). I Committee. Itro. Milton Friedman aChairman of the State \/V Committee, also postponed making his report on Mate wide activities. Hro. President \1 PaUol iout of the City on his vacation and was therefore unable to attend the meeting. Hro. Isaac Levin, Vice-President, served In his place as presiding officer. Hi". Nat Roth acted a\ icePresident Hro. Dr. Frank Coret, outgoing State President, is also out of the City on his vacation. Hro. Nathan Adelman, at hairman of the local V/A Committee, made a report which reflected progren on the part of the local chapters. Hro. \delman urged closer cooperation between the lodge and the Junior Croups in support of AZA functions. Hro. Burnett Roth as Chairman of Sholom Lodge's JAVA. Ticket Selling Committee, reported on the victory of Ifnai B'rlts's candidate for J.W.V. Queen. Hro. Roth thanked certain brothers WTO worked with bis committee in bringing new laurelto B'nai B'rith. The J.W.V. Queen, Miss Idele Segall, was presented with a beautiful gold trophy aa token of esteem on I the part of the J.W.V. of the 1 ->. Mi— Segall WM invited to attend the meeting of the J.W.V. Committee 1 %  members are also brothers in our lodge. Hro. Harry Karr, local J.W.V. Commander, thanked Sholom Lodge for it:cooperation and support in connection with the recent National Convention held in Miami. Sholom Lodge voted to send letters of commendation ami praise to clearly than before that in?.erNational Headquarter! of J.W.V. and nationaPjustice, security and civilization depend upon the development of adequate world peace machinery. This cannot be achieved without the co-oper n tion of America. When the fighting ceases, unless we are ready to do our part, the second effort for world organization will fail, as did the first. "The major part of our peace Women of Council is to concenprepar"tion for new efforts for world organization. We must study how to conserve the gains made after the first world war and how to secure still further gatnh after this second appalling the local Frieda Murkowiu Post of J.W .V. for the dignified manner in which the Convention was handled and for the good will which was created by the veterans in both the City and Slate. sacrifice of human life. "The .immediate task. Of the Womeh of Council is to concentrate every effort on keeping America out of war and to support such revisions of the neutrality act as are designed to withhold aid to nations that are resorting to war in violation of oheir pledged a nd are attempting (Continued on Page 4) Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHLNEAS J. BISON) WAR DAZE Those n-stless astrologers who are forever making predictions about Hitler claim that his chart shows that just as he was made by an old man—Hindenburg, who made him Chancellor—he will be defeated by one—Chamberlain, who now is waging war against him N ow you see what foresight Secretary Ickes showed when he refused to sell helium to the German Zeppelin makers H e most probably saved thousands of Polish lives T hose in the knowinsist that France will give the Germans an awful shellacking on (he Western front by means of the new French tanks, which can ride roughshod over the pillboxes that are supposed to stop them A Canadian Jewish Legion was almost formed, but then some of the Jewish leaders in the Dominion decided that Jews should enlist in the regular expeditionary I'otce. %  British and Canadian officials, however, were ready to accept a distinct Jewish unit in the British forces. • Just lo prove once more that there is no limit to Nazi stupidity the Furore recently approahed the Rev. Martin Niemoeller, Protestant reebel against the Nazi regime, with the suggestion that the pastor resume his naval career and become n t'-Boal commander again, as in the 1914-18 war. • Neimoellcr, however, preferred to stay in the concentration camp that has been his home for several years I ncidentally, if Hitler retains any doubts as to where the sympathies of most Americans lie in the presenl conflict i' isn t the fault of Hans Dieckhoff, former Nazi "mbassador to the 1'. s. • Reporting to Baldof on American feelings toward 11 rmany. Deickhoff is reported to lave said that the ['nited States will join the Allies within three months of the beginning of hostilities.'" • GAGGING ON WAR This is funny even if it isn't true. %  The story is going around that the great Russian dancer Nijinaky, who for ye a rs has 1 n confined in a Swiss insane asylum, was showing definite signs of recovery until his wife tried to explain the new war situation to him. • After listening to lier exposition of the present line-up Njiinsky is said to have suffered a violent relapse. • Then there's the tale of 'he American tourist who. in Berlin, asked a government official how far Rnmana was • • A bout two incidents •way" was the N'a/i's reply. %  WincheU feels peeved because Chamberlain ignored his suggestion on bow the official text of Greal Britain's declaration of a state of war should read. .... The phrase "war against Germany" is all wrong, says Walter, insisting that "war a gainsl Adolf Hitler" would have been much more accurate. • The German reaction to the announcement that Goering will step into Hitler's shoes if and when Adolf gets what's coming to him is that Goering will have a bard time climbing into Hitler's pants A ll Of which reminds us tlCt a former European correspondent. very well informed, recently whispered in our ear that Goering is the only high Nazi official who Is opposed to Hitler s anti-Jewish policy. %  THE LOW-DOWN That stunt wheh brought international publicity to a London newspaper really was originated by our own NonSectarian Anti-Nazi League. The London paper used its front page for a -Wanted Dead or Alive" circular on Hitler. ... The columnists have it all wrong when they imply that Professor Haushofer is a sort of anonymous brain trust for Hitler .... The Professor is none other than the General Haushofer whose works on military strategy throw more illumiation on the details of Hitler's future moves than even the Nazi chiefs "Main Kampf". • We have it from a pretty •reliable source that within the near future there will be "n open breach between the King of Italy and Mussolini. Rmil Jannings, the great German screen actor, has completely surrendered to the Nazi ideology .... He is now in charge Of all theatre 'nd cinema activities in the Keich. and part ami parcel of the great propaganda machine that is supposed to keep up the German morale during the war (Continued on Page 6)



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/ PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) Office Phone 2-1173 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR • ••••••• •• Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and 6:30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday morning at 8:80. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—9:00 a m., to 12:00. HOLIDAY SERVICES FEAST OF TABERNACLES "SUCCOS", or the "Feast of Tabernacles" will be ushered m at the Beth David Synagogue, Wednesday evening at 7:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate ahd C*stor Louis Hayman will chant the "Liturgic Melodies." Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject, "A SYMBOL OF A LIVING PEOPLE." Immediately after the brief serof the Sisterhood will serve as hostesses, A faculty consisting mainly of licensed teachers will be in charge of the Sunday School activities. SOCIETY A. Z. A. TO GIVE PLEDGE PARTY The Miami Chapter of A. Z. A. will entertain at a pledge party Sunday evening October lso ;it 8:30 p. m. at the home of Mr Nathan Adelman, 1421 N. W. 1st St., M ami. for the purpose of obtaining enough meembers to insure them a permanent charter, Invitations have been issue, I to the Miami Chapter and pledges Jul an Weinkle, .lack Rosenthal. Irwfn Berger. Eugene Somberg. Raymond. Cowen. Leroy Ruben. Bteeih. Martin Duliier. Manuel Serkin. Frank Gottlieb, Melvtin I Shaefer. Marshall Feuer, Harry Weiner. Herbert Wilensky, Teddy Sakowitz, Irving Kossor. Murray Zohn, Leroy Feldman. leslie Ahgust, Malcolm Magid. Murray MilTEMPLE ISRAEL I^,~:WT'T *I 137 N E. 10th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RARBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN B996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 B30 N. E. 31st St.—t-IMI MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbla will be in the Temple every mornlns. You may eoisult with them or matters concerning the Jewli community, or yeu;pet eonat problem! Tou will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in strict confidence. The new semester for the dailv „ .,, ., I ""•-'. .uaie ""' Shapiro will preach n Yiddish on ; vices will be mentioned next wee fn u IT **** '" "? the theme. -AX ETERNAL CYA choir, consisting of Cl I "" M .. vi ,^ „.,„ .,, .„,..;, .,i(i MV r.ngier V i • -s the Beth David Sisterhood 1 charge of the Sunday School ofwill serve refreshmunts to the fice. worshippers in the traditional LATE FRIDAY EVENING "Booth" adjoining the Synagogue. Thursday and Friday mornings The had received an S-O.S. from Warsaw urgina that food and medical relief be rushed "for Jews and Poll who are heroically defending tincapital." PRIEST ENTERS BLAZING SYNAGOGUE IN a E, InniI1 and A,tos is P^cess of re-or. RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION amzation under the supervision Sunday School will reopen offi.' of Cantor Louis Haymas eially Sunday morning. Oit. 1st Those who are interested are at 10 a. m. The students will cele. ask< '< 1 to contact the office 2 1473 >rate the "Feast of Tabernacles" a "'. Mrs. Lo UIS Margolies. JEWS SHOT BY GESTAPO FOR RESISTING NAZI INVASION OF POLAND Brussels (WKS). General Bernard Mond, only Jewish gen. lish army and commander of I Kattowice garrison, was reported kill.,| ,„ action while leading a bayi mi charge in defense of the city when ii u.,. stormed by invad"'. German troops during the early days of the war. according ,tt> an item in the newspaper L'Independence Beige. The newsapaper further disclosed that the German military command in Poland bad ordered the 1 iestapo, German secret police, to arrest thousands of J ew s in Lodz, Polish textile center, where hundreds of those arrested were executed. The dispatch said thai the executions were ordered because the Germans were particularly provoked by the heroism of the Polish Jewish soldiers and their resistance to constant bombardment. Paiss (WXS).-High tribute to Jewish soldiers and officers participating in the defense of the bcsieged Polish capital was paid in a statement issued by the Polish Embassy here. The Embassy said it A K.n.ral replannini of the coun">'• "" ) is < --. tihal. he a jd. It ill entail a \;,*\ deal „f "hard work ami organization." lie railed ti| all elements to cooperate in the ureni ta-k. particular!) in the ,,,,,,.,.,. of local production ,.f -ml, ,i,.,„. „. vegetables, reread* and nil-. The High Commissioner concluded with a warning acain-t "the pursuit of violent political animosities d,-pii, the obvioua need for collaboration." \ plea for the sinking .,f differences between groups el. I hi. a.ldr.—. NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN NEV/S (Continued from Pane .'() to settle grievances, by means of force" Miami Section, entering its seventeenth year of hervice in Council Projects, will reconvene for a year of work and good-will Wednesday, October Itb. 1939, a: 12:30 p. m with an opening luncheon at Fassa's Restaurant. Mayflower Hotel, M ami Beach. Luncheon fee is 75 cents per personCome anil bring a fr end Make your reserva tions with Mrs. jack c. Cohen, Ways and Means Chairman. ."• .3768 or call the Council office 3-6,")B4. The program chairman has developed a very beautiful program for the afternoon. Luncheon is in charge of Mrs J, Barbash social chairman, Please make your reservation for the October 4th luncheon at once by telephoning the Council offiee 3-6554. or Mrs. Barbash at 2-7807, MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3.000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.—1453 S W 8th Street WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" 1 f 1 Opening, Monday (let. 2nd EFFORT TO SAVE SCROLL I THE HAROLD SCHOOL j Kindergarten and Grades i ROY ELKINS Announces the Opening of his STUDIO OF HKAMAT1C AR''\s I'lass and Private Inslruetlon IT1 N. \V Srd Strict. Phone 2-47U0 CLASSES NOW FORMING. I'assaie. N. J. (WNS) Temple Eminuel, Passaic's lur^est synagogue, was ruined by a fire which officials attribute to defective wiring. The loss WHestimated by fire officials at $100,000. The Rev. William V. Dunn, pastor of St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Church, among the first to reach the flaming building, entered it, with several other men. in an effort to Rave the scroll and sarred vestments. They were forced to roiur out quickly but they did re.srur some relies. MAX D. AUGUSTINE. D. D. S. Announces the Rentoval of his Offices to 301 Huntingdon Bldg-. [1717 S. W. 13th St., Miami. Fla. | Kin. i Ui-onaman Sadie H'elnberg Phone 2-3579 Phone 2-0179 KOOLMOTOR GASSOLINE and OILS ACMfe TIRES CITIES SERVICE FRODtJCTS ORANGE STATE OIL CO. Distributors — •— i !" m\tL YYlxxxJi/na When you feel wit It is misery when you don't. able 0 bv 0 a e H. n 7 e J y U M drag f ed **& d y s !" de miserDr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills prompt acting pain relievers may save you hours of suffering. Be prepared for your next headache. Have Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills i n the noii Ktcular l'.,k.. S TabUu, is, l.'"n..,n> Paekai. 12S T.M.t.. (1 I



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^y, SEPT. 22, 1939 THE JIWIBH TL0MDL4JC PAGE FIVE [I AMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi ABBI'S RtSIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 THE Y. M. H. A. (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) Witness thp splendid Jewish activities in which ohe children of our religious schools participate. The Committee of the Ladies Auxil ary. headed by Mrs. Win. ("lein, will be in charge of the refreshments. CONGREGATIONAL NEWS The annual fall meeting of our Congregation will take pl B ce on' T;i sday night, Oct. :5 in the Synagogue at A::{(1 p. m. After a very important business meeting, the Congregation will He host to those present in the Succa where refreshnv nts will he served, to be followed by the traditional rectal Mrs • li;,n Sti,lin who were ,IS "" of TIKKUN LEIL HOOSHANA sible for the largest sum ever made bv a similar committee—ami to Nat "Y" STARTS NEW YEAR WITH A BANG The Y.M.II.A. and Y.W.H.A. jointly sponsored their ; tli Annual Post Yoni Kippur l)ancc last Sunday at the Malii Shrine Tent|ile bei ire a large crowd. Your scribe is happy t.i have bi n chairman of this in -t successful affair. My thanks to I >r 1 Ian Jd Rand, chairman nt tinEntertainment Commit* tee, for the splendid floor show presented and to Mrs. Jack I'.n .1. r, chairman "i the Refreshment Com* mittee, and her committee of Mrs. Mandel, Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mr-. Slicnkman. Mr-. Ilalland, and JCCOTH FESTIVAL x^^feast of Tabernacl s will be uahc %  ,] %  on Wednesday night, th at 6:15 p. m. As in the entiv'l oervices will camat 9 am. Once more the Auxiliary will tecorate it fy the spai iou.s Conional Succa and will also refreshments after e*ch p-ue service, in ordtr to everyone to make Kiddush pjro.hr in the Tabernacle. ERMON SCHEDULE Thursday morning. Rabbi %  Jlr will preach ih Ehglish on More -:: oi -har: S i' '' %  aills". Thursday afternoon. Rabbi r w 11 preach in Yiddish on Fallen Tent." Shahhes morning, Rabbi will airaih preach in Enghe End of Days." Shulchan Auruch Class will! th ; s Shahhes afternoon in ucca. where the Traditional sh Sudes will also take BAR MITZVAH le Bar Mitzvah of Sidney Adnd Sevmour Pivsick will take on Shahbes Chel R"moed in Synagogue, the parents of tne many take this means of extendan invitation to the many <|s to be present. .DAY SCHOOL REGISTRATION Irents are reminded that relation for he Mirmi Jewish kodox Sunday School will take e thW* Sunday. Oct 1st at ^K. m. The entire faculty will be prest" • headed bv Mrs. George Chartkoff. in order to facilitate, will adjourn to the Succa. ^ %  registration of old ami new On Tuehdav afternoon. Rabbi trtodeiits. The registration will and Mrs. Kellner will hold open take place in the Synagogue house for the members of the building, and classes will begin Ladies Auxiliary and oh Tuesday PJ^^wrek la.ert Oct. 8th. at the night for the Faculty of the SunH. A. building, day School. INl'AL SUCCOTH PARTY In conjunction with the Sunday hers of the three Haboneth groups I the same to their homes. Sckfol registration, the Succoth and their mdthers will he the NEEUM AVEL1M for the students will take guests of honor. I in the Synaeogue Shccak] CONGREGATION BSROGIM y morning Oct. 1st. AH been selected "Y" Queen in the recent J.W.V. Convention I lance. Talk about the need of a Community Center, you should have been at the "Y" last Monday evening. The Finance Committee held a committee meeting and could find no room in the "Y" available t" carry on their business because "i the other organizations and subdivisions <>f the "Y" holding meetings. Finally, the meeting had to be held in the Executive Director's office. Just another reason f< ir a lai gel ing Y.M.H A. SENIORS NOSE OUT JUNIORS 10-4 In as ciuiiical a I >ian 1 l! i!i Game as lias been the pleasure o, your Scribe to attend the Y M.ll. \ Seniors d< feated the Juniors bj %  < 10 to 4 -ere. With the seniors leading 8-0 in the 5th inning, the fans decided that Jack'right hand man. who b NEWS AROUND TOWN C ngrats to Miss I lora l< i In mse, more recently I" a C acl of the Y VV.H. \ wl nounced her engagement last Sunday. Conyrats t" Henry "RELIABLE TRADING" Idov, Nat and ecaine they could carry on from thei e and si. it was—Dr. Weinkle substituted tin 8 fans for his players and the players, in turn, became the spectators. a benedict last Sunday. The marriage was performed bj Rabbi \hra, ham Kellner. RABBA. A most cordial invitation is extended to '11 members to be present. BAL KEREH NAMED Mr. Ezra Raphael has been elected by Board of Directors to serve as Bal Koreh. Mr. Raphael has lived in our community for the paso year, coming Frankfort-Am-Main. wh' re he W"S n leader ir: orthodox Jewish youth movements. AT ROME Rabbi asd Mrs Kellner shall again he pleased to greet their friends in the Succa adjoining their home. On Saturday night, the executive board of the Mirachi District will meet in the Suectf Sunday night, the Schochtim of thegreater Miami area. will he the guests of Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner in the Succa. The Cultural Fellowship of the Junior Hadassah will hold their fortnightly meeting in the home of the Rabbi, after which they Blumberg and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. Ticket Chairmen of the Y.M. and Y\\. respectively, and to Herman \\ aitsman, Jules Wilson, Kai in Freilich, Irving Querido, for tin r efforts on the games, \ splendid piece of work was accomplished by h re from "" r Executive Director who was on Germany ''"' '"'' from beginning to end — others who proved their ability wen Mr. John Kr


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1/ PAGE SIX THJ. JEWMH TLOBIDLUI FRIDAY, SE PT. 29, 19 39 -~—^e —^^w^—^-^^— BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 625 MIchiKan Avenue Phone 6-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-2013 Holiday Services Success services will begin Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. Holiday services will henin Thursday and Friday morning at 8:30 a.m. Ral)l>i Meschcloff will preach the first day in English on "How to Build". Friday morning he will preach in Yiddish on "Choice Fruits." Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services. Our Surcah will, as in previous years, he open to all worshippers. Refreshments will he served after services in the Succah. Holiday Absence Excuses All Jewish children absenting themdaily Religious School classes, we this year open our Sunday Sessions to all children, anil the first two years of a High School course to he given Sunday mornings from 10 to 12 to all hoys over 13 or graduates of accredited Sunday Schools. We urge prompt registration of children to avoid confusion and inconvenience for both teacher and pupil. Habanoth The Miami Beach Habanoth held a very interesting meeting at the synagogue Tuesday night. They dJKUMed their plans for the coming year, arranged for a Succoth celebration, and Helves this Thursday and Friday and discussed a number of projects. Ihe following Thursday and Friday on account of the holiday will be given excuses signed by the Rabbi at the synagogue office which will he accepted in all Beach public schools. Children are invited to attend our services and enjoy the Succah refreshments. Hebrew School classes next week will be conducted in the Succah, with refreshments being served at the beginning of each class. Religious School Registration Quite a few children ha\e already registered for the new semester in advance of our official registration dale of October Kill. In addition to the The Habanoth is an organization open to all Jewish girls between the ages of 12 and 16. Those interested in joining are asked to communicate with the li.iMii or any Habanoth member. Miami Beach Mizrachi The opening meeting of the season for the Miami Beach Mizrachi will take place Saturday night, October Tth, at 8:00 p.m. at the synagogue. A very interesting program is being arranged. A number of important reportwill be rendered. Refreshments will be served. A vocal and instrumental entertainment will be presented. All member! and friends of Miami oiir-c being offered in our Beach Mi/.rachi arc invited to come. Strictly Confidential (Continued from 1'age 3) LISTEN TO THIS Appalling is the information supplied by Drew Pearson and Robert S. Allen, Washington's most reliable snoopstrs. They insist th :, t an American firm is largely responsible for the tremendous Nazi ailfleet T hao firm, they say. has been shipping plase engines to the Nazis for the last five or six years, is total disregard of Secretary Hull's private request that Americ-'n firms refrain from selling such products oo Germany D on't think for a moment that tht Incident of the sinking of the Athenia belongs to the dead and buried past. .... The Soate Department will yet be heard from in a sharp protest to Germany. .... Attorney General Frank Murphy's declaration that foreign agents engaged in espionage will no longer find this country a happy hunting-ground seems rather strange to us, in view of the circumstance that Fritz Kuhrv's activities are entirely unhampered D anton Walker. New York columnist, claims that Litvinoff and Kaganovich. two Soviet bigshots. are now on St-'lin's death list. .... We doubt it. Mr. Walker ABOUT PEOPLE | Justiie. who is reported to be sufi fering fro a rare malady that she | contracted abroad. • Bernard i Baruch, now recuperating in Sai ratoga Springs, will be in tip-oop shape again before the winter is too far advanced.... Rabbi Albert GB^um of Congregation Gemiliuth Chassodin of Alexandria. La., wants his people te take an interest in the affairs of their Catholic fellow citizens, and with that end in view recently had a copy of "Catholic Action of the South." official organ of the New Orleans Archdiocese, sent to every member of his temple.... If you want to hear Heifetz free of charge see whether you have a friend who lives near his Greenwich Village hideaway H is neighbors, it's said, always invite their friends when Jasch" is aie to practise his music. .... What happened to the Sons and Daughters of the Jewish War Veterans, an organizations which a year ago llaimed %  membership of ten to fifteen thousand? ... One of the reasoss why Hank Greenberg. Detroit slugger, did so poorly in the last series in New York is that instead of adhering to strict training rules he fcpent all his spare time watching the electric news sign that runs around the Times Building. .... Paul Muni b*i. pleedged himself to stay away from Hollywood this winter. • • He hopes to be in a Broadway play.... Our sincerest sympathy to Rabbi Motes J. S Abels of the American Jewish Committee, whose daughter, the gifted painter Judith Harriet Fishbach, died recently M rs. Fishbach was instructor in Arts -'nd ("rafts at TempiBeth Elohim. Brooklyn.... One of hes paintings hangs in the Carnegie Institute ih Pittsburgh REFUGEES FROM WAR ZONES STRANDED ON FRONTIERS; STARVA. TION FACES THOUSANDS Paris (WNS)—Thousands of Polish refugees who found their way into Rumania, Hungary and Lithuania were in desperate plight, especially those who arc still gathering on the Rumanian frontier, reports reaching here said. At least 30,000 Jewish refugees from Polish war zones are stranded at the border waiting for relief. Jewish communities throughout Rumania are making every effort to provide food while arrangements to aid war refugees arc being made with the various governments bordering Poland by the World Jewish Congress and the OSE, Jewish health society. The offices of the OSE here ililiclosed that its organization bad already started feeding refugees on the Baltic-Polish frontiers, especially along the Lithuanian border. Most of the war refugees arc JewsThe refugee situation on the Latvian. Lithuanian. Hungarian and REV. J. MALEK Experienced M QH EL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W16 th Ave. CURTAIL SERVICES IN PARIS, LONDON Paris (WNS).—Except for the fact that worshippers carried uas masks. Yom Kippur services were conducted as usual> although, as a precautionary measure, Yom Kippur eve services were ordered ended before dark by the Israelite Consistory. London (WNS)—Rabbi Joseph II. Hertz ordered Yom Kippur services in synagogues here curtailed in order to avoid lengthy congregation of large groups. Jerusalem (UN'S).— Yom Kippur services on Friday evening and Saturday brought thousands of Jews to the Wailing Wall. Rumanian frontiers is said to be catastrophic. The World Jewish Congress, which is pushing its investigation of relume conditions on these frontiers, has been able to secure the cooperation of governments neighboring Poland in its survey. WOLPERT'S FURNITURE! BARGAINS! Wo Reluse To Be Undersold' 155 V. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 I KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAOO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. Ceoked anal Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN New Obtainable Everywhere in Florida Charlie Chaplin's film. "The Dictator" is going -to be out soon. we're promised I ts three principal characoers are called Adenoid Hinkly, Herring (that's for Goering) and Gasolini. %  Claire Booth's next pl\v will be about the Bund, and she intends calling it "Blockhead" I t is true that Bert Lahr, the screen comedian, was born in Yorkville of German ttock—but Bert is very much against the Nazis, and during the world war served in ohe U. S. N'avy. ... Luise Rainer is now a refugee in SSwitzerland. preferring staying there to making bad pictures in Hollywood. • • Our best wishes for a speedy recovery to Mrs. Felix Frankfurter, wife of the Supreme Couro @ Do You Own Yeur Home? There never w a batter time than now to build on* The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Make* R Possible Give me a call and I will gladly aelp vou to set the beat DOB•Ible Information aa to Ita Dlan. H. SIMONS Car* Ackarman Ina. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. %  ttone S-S151 GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION > %  fcT 1 01 %  ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM I II. 5-lolZ 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE 563 COLLINS AVENUE YOUNG RABBI 37 years old, married, two children, well versed in Yiddish and English: Excellent Chazan, Organizer. Wonderful speaker, Hebrew A Sunday School teacher; Shoched for chickens; reader of Torah, wishes a permanent position in the South; willing to come for a trial. Answer THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami Florida. WANTED! A NAME l-&h. Ameuca. & heweit daily. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOL. 12NO. 38
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MIAMI FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 18
PRICE 10 CENTS
. WAR REFUGEES
Taris (WNS). Registration of
Jewish war refugees from Poland
who have relatives in the United
States was started by officials of
tlie HIAS-ICA Emigration Associ-
ation in Rumaniai Latvia and Lithu-
ania- Information reaching the or-
ganization's headquarters here, said
that the registration was being un-
dertaken for the purpose of con-
tacting relatives abroad to aid re-
fugees who had managed to flee
Polish war zones.
At the -anie time, advice* reaching
t! HIAS-ICA offices here from
Zionist quarters In London and
Amsterdam disclosed that more
than .'.'Hi" Jews from Bratislava,
I '. and Vienna were prepared
. e for Pale-tine but without
funds for passage. It was -aid that
the HIAS-IC \ would have to con-
tribute nl least $1".:.(KH> toward fare
th< stranded refugees.
In view of tin- fact thai the new
French currency laws make it al-
-: impossible t" transfer relief
funds from France to any fon
country where refugees have found
temporary haven make- the relief
of tie HIAS-ICA considerably
; ln-.ii' d. The set t ice i if
tlii emigration i irfranization here
has bi i n chiefly t" aid refugi es in
emigrating to the United States and
Latin American countries with
fund- made up from sums contribut-
ed in equal parts by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, the Jewish
Colonization Association and the
Council for German Jewry.
The American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee is confronted
with a similar situation here but
can send its funds to European
countries directly from New York.
a procedure not open to the HIAS-
ICA which depends chiefly at this
time upon funds received from the
Join! Distribution Committee for its
emigration work.
The Jewish colonization Associa-
tion and the Council for German
Jewry, being Iinti-h organizations.
are restricted by the Hritish cur-
rency laws which prohibit transfer
of funds from England. In spite of
apparent difficulties the HIAS-ICA
continues to function with a maxi-
mum of efficiency, all directors of
the organization now in Paris get-
ting the usual help from French au-
thorities.
Arriving here from Poland by
way of Rumania. Leon Alter. War-
saw representative of the HIAS-
ICA Emigration Association, report-
ed that thousands of Jewish war re-
fugees were gathering in Ccrnauti
and other Rumanian towns and that
many of them are starving, Ameri-
can relief was urgent, Mr. Alter
said, since the local Jewish popula-
tion was itself in straightened cir-
cumstances.
ENFORCE MEASURES
AGAINST JEWS IN
BOHEMIA-MORAVIA
Budapest (WNS)Ami- Jewish
laws were being tightened in Bo-
hemia- Morav i,i according to the
Prague newspaper Neuc Tag, organ
of the Nazi Protectorate officials.
GERMAN REFUGEES
T
WAR IN EUROPE SEEN
AS CURTAILING WORK
OF REFUGEE COMMISSION
Yl
Washington (\TNS>The work of
the Intergovernmental Refugee (lom-
iiii--ii.ii. set up at Kvian-los-Bains
more that a year ago when repre-
NEWTAXES
Strictive measures against Jews, de-
signed to segregate all Jewish busi-
nesses, law offices and surgeries,
were being strengthened.
The organ of the radical Czech
Fascist group. Ylajka. has initiated
Vino, Spain (WN'SlForty t.erman
Jew. who were enroute to South Afri- -ntalive of thirty-two nation* met
Throughout the '"protectorate", re- ca on the German liner Wagoni when
the war crisis developed, may be
forced to remain aboard ship here
for the duration of the war.
The V, agoni. now among the more
than thirty German ships anchored
here, sailed from Hamburg August
11, and received orders when the war
there at the request of President
Roosevelt, has been considerably up-
set by the European war. Britain and
France, up to now among the most
I.,, t .l .i i i manifesto issued here l>v the \ aad
helpful in furthering the lntergov- *
Jerusalem (WNSPalcor Agency I
A unified and disciplined Yishuv
is mobilizing all its moral and ma-
terial resources to meet the emergen-
cies of war, it was indicated in a
.minimal program initiated by Presi-
dent Roosevelt can now give but
little additional aid since their en-
broke out, to put in at Vigo. The "*'<"' arr devoted to war.
refugees, obliged to take passage on' Their principal efforts will be di- t impose new taxes on the Jewish
I.eumi under the signature of its
newly elected President Pinchas Rut-
tenherg.
The decision was also announred
a campaign to force Jews to wear
special badges and has published a
demand for the establishment of la- <;,.rlmm ,ilip in ordrr 'lo alva(tr reeled to moving out of their roun- community, particularly on persons
DOr concentration camps for lews ,,u. n|tle ,,1(.y roulj m |m, R).i(.h tries the tens of thousands of tier- f means, so that larger fund- might
who are "undermining the energy i,UXt. n
and char judgment of the Czechs
by whispering propaganda,"
HUNGARIAN JEWS FACE
DISMISSAL FROM JOBS
UNDER ANTI-JEWISH
LAW
Budapest (WNS).Fifty thous-
and Hungarian Jews were faced
with the dreary prospect of losing
their employment in small commer-
enterprises un-
noney to obtain tickets on man '"*' *'"' hav'' -'"'''"I there tern- |. available to help the Vi-liuv cope
a neutral liner, and German agents Prarily while awaiting permanent ujt|, ||. economic effect- of the con-
here have not,fir.I them that their haven. Germany's attitude, too, has flirl in Europe.
ticket- cannot be transferred since '....." considerable changed h> the j^ iai,..,j,. j,,Mrv g(|ve ,.vi(1,.,,.
failure to carry out the contract was uar- Th *"'' r.fiuu- had expressed (lf h> )(Wn wj |0 ..,,.,.;,;,.,. .iimi|lall.
due t the war. "- willingness to permit the en.igra- eoM wi||l ap|>,.a, a(1(|r<.....,, ,
Most of the refuge,- have -on- or """ "f le U0-,m >"" a"'1 JewrN throughout the world to -hare
daughters at South Africa who had b,e-'........d fr"m ll"' Rrn '" in preserving and extending the found-
arranged for the admission of their "wntries abroad, where ihej would
parents. However, since the refugees ev*ntuall> arrange to -end for their
are of German nationality, even though "l,l,r relative.. German) now want- (Urt.<1 ,|lal -,,. ,illlali(>n necessitated
these young Jews, both nun and wo-
men, for war work hut i- Vlixioii- to
gel ,id <>f the old people and child-
ren.
It is believed that ih< persecution
ations of the Jewish National Home,
The Manifr-lo lo the ^ i-hu\ de-
they are fleeing Nazi rub', thr> have
been told that their existing permits
are no longer valid and that new ar-
rangements must be made.
cial ami industrial enterprises un- Sp,n|8n ,uthormM ;lrt. permitting
der Hungarian anti-Jewish laws, n,, ,,., ,.. a>1irt. ,....... tonluU "( ,h< J'"' ,n Germany may b, re.
"\ Magyar Zsidok Lapja." organ of |.re in an effort to get help, hut ii laxed .....Iewlu" '"'''"-'' "f war
the progressive Jewish community, i- undersi.....I there is no chance of iince ''"' Ni,/i~ "'" find u*eful wu
revealed. their gaining permission to remain in work f,,r ll"" too-",m J'"- remaining
The law will affect between fif- Spain. in the Reich.
live of the original fortx-five Jew- '" ;......rl"n* l",rl,on of Poland,
aboard the \\ agoni were assisted In '......"'' :"""ll,r "'"*'' Problem.
relatives in Lisbon who facilitated Perl"MW Sr" ,,la" *' Germany
ii- deleterious
- gru'-.'ing di
teen and twenty thousand small en-
terprises which employ from four to
fourteen yorkers. These entcr-
| rises, the article state-, will be ,,",ir Passage to the frontier. A wo-
man who tried to follow then, several
-topped b) Portugese
ne,
days later wa
official-.
\mong the Jew- -till aboard the
\\ agoni i- Max l.ewy. a middle-aged
llerliu interior decorator. who-e
father wa- an American and who lived
in New York from 1897 to 1900. He
has a broth**- Ernest Lewy, living in
forced to obey the provisions of (he
law regarding employment of lew
ish and non-Jewish personnel. Since
there are only about i.KHi trained
non*Jcwish employes available t"
replace the 50,000 Jewish employes
who will be subject to dismissal,sit
is expected that those small firms
will be faced with an untenable sit- |Mf \l,,.\,.^
nation.
The law will seriously affect
Jewish doctors, the article points
out. For the next twenty years
Jew- will be denied admission to I
medical associations. Jewish doc*
tor- who continue as members, are
not allowed to change their resi-
dence because applications for re-
gistration in another district are
considered as new admissions t'>
medical practice.
No hosiptal or clinic is permitted P* (WNS).The observance
P. admit post-graduate workers who < Yom Kippur. the Hay ..Atone-
are not members of a medical a
loom- for those who have initiated
the work of the Commission which
was to as-ist German political refu-
gees. \ large percentage of the 3.000.-
000 Jew- in Poland will he thrust
under Nazi rule with it- 'onsequi nt
political discrimination. Reports <>n
investigations of British Guiana, the
Philippine-. Dominican Republic and
Rhodesia are not optimistic for mass
Jewi.-h settlement. The countries will-
ing to take them are now diminishing
ill number because of the war.
the fulle-t coordination and discipline.
Mthoiigh the war i- remote from
Palestine, nevertheless
effects are felt. There
tress.
"The urgent tasks before u- in-
clude the ill, re..-e of I,lid ,. \ mi lit. lb*
stimulation of production, the combi I
of speculation, the prevention of -tax-
ation and the anticipation of danger-.
Therefore, the \ aad I.eumi ha-
decided to impose an rmergenc) lax
u all Jew-, primarilj on persons of
mean-, in addition lo the Kofer lla\-
ishuv tax. Thus large finances will bo
mobilized to meet contingencie-."
1200 REFUGEES LAND
IN HAIFA AFTER
SAILING SIX WEEKS
SERVEYOMKIPPUR
FREUD. FATHER OF
PSYCHO-ANALYSIS. DIES
IN LONDON AT 83
dical asso- ment and most solemn holiday of
elation, a measure designed to eli-
minate about 100 young Jewish doc-
tors and a number of Jewish medi-
cal students who expect to finish
their studies within the next few
years-
PALESTINE JEWS INCREASE
BY 167% SINCE 1931
Jerusalem (WNSPalcor Agency*
According to figures published in
the Economic Bulletin of the Jewish
National Fund, there were 460,000
Jewish inhabitants of Palestine on
June 30, 1939, representing a 16,rr
increase over the 1931 census enum-
eration and an increase of 23,000 dur-
ing the first half of this year, of
whom 19,000 were immigrants, tour-
ists authorized to remain in the coun-
try, and refguees of all categories.
the Hebrew calendar, was held by
religious Jews who gathered Friday
evening and Saturday on the barri-
cades of Warsaw, while still parti-
cipating in Warsaw's defense at the
agogues were in ruins. This infor*
front because their homes and syn-
matiou. received through Polish
sources, said that old bearded men
in long kaftans and yarmclkes. and
side by side with them, the yeshiva
bachurim in their long cats, who
made up 30 per cent of the so-called
''Children's Battalion" which is ac-
tive in the defense of the beleaguer-
ed Polish capital, were digging
trenches in the front lines.
While digging trenches the old
Jews recited psalms and chanted
'"Yidui." the confessional prayer
said before death. They were said
to be reconciled to death following
London (WNS) Dr. Sigmiind
Freud) eminent scientist and the or-
iginator of psychoanalysis, died at his Ciech provinces of Bohemia and
Haifa i \X NS Palcor Agency l-Tbe
ship Noemi Julia, flying the flag of
I',,,,,,ui. came into Haifa harbor car-
rying 1.200 refugees who had been
on the high seas for six weeks after
embarking at a Rumanian port early
in August. Among the passengers
were 400 women and children.
Most of the refugees had traveled
overland lo linn,am., from the former
Moravia. It i- believed that they will
he interned for a period in the de-
home in llamp-lead last Saturday
night at the age of 83. In nil had been
in poor health -ince June. li:!8. when l"ilion camp at Sarafend.
he came lo F.ngland a a refgiiee
from Nazi-acquired Austria.
Despite hi- age and suffering from B'NAI B'RITH NATIONAL
the ravage- of cancer, he still re- MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN
eeived a few patients after 1930, al- OPENS NOVEMBER 1ST
though most of the i|.....Mulling was ----------
done by bis daughter Anna, whom Washington (WNS)The national
he recognized as his successor, while membership campaign of B'nai B'ritb
the aged doctor, bearded, ascetic and will open on November 1st, it was
patriarchal in appearance, merely announced here this week by J. F.u-
nodded agreement from time to time, gene Farber. of Toledo, Ohio, chair-
Siginund Freud was born in Frei- man of the national membership eoni-
berg. Moravia, on May 6. 1856, the niittee. The campaign will be launched
son of a small tradesman. When be with simultaneous drives in twenty-
was four, the family moved to Vienna five leading cities under the joint
where he attended school although direction of Mr. Farber, Paul Ricb-
his early interests seemed to be man, national director of membership,
botany and chemistry. It was the and the membership committees in
reading of Goethe's essay "Die Natur" the campaign cities. At the same time,
which influenced him toward pur-u- B'nai B'rilh lodges in more than 500
I other communities will co-ordinate
their own annual membership activ-
ities with the national campaign,
which this year is concentrating on
the larger renters of Jewish popu-
> lation.
ing a medical course.
days of Nazi seice. meeting each
exploding bomb with a shouted
"Sh'ma Yisreel." (Hear. O Israel").


PAGE TWO
TO JIWIIH FLOMDUW
FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1939
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES *
RAY U. SHOCHET. Society Editor
ARBEITER RING
TO HOLD PICNIC
The Arbeiter Ring Bran.h 269
of Greater Miami will hold a p C-
nic Sunday October 1st beginning
at 10:30 a. in. lasting the entire
day. at the Dixie Bath House at
South Beach, 1st St. and Ocean-
Drive' Refreshments and drinks
will be served and entertainment
furnished for all those attending.
All members and friends are urged
to attend as the proceeds will go
towards the Arbeiter Ring Schools
of the Southeastern District. In
case of inclement weather the pic-
nic will take place in the dance
hall of the Bath House.

BRIS TAKES
PLACE
The bris of Charles, the on of
Mr. and Mrs. I. Diamond of Miami
Bea h took place at their home
Sunday with Rev. Josef Malek of-
ficiating- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ehr.
lich were the quaters and Rabbi
Max Shapiro was the saundik.

VISITS IN
NORTH
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret and
son Irving, have left for Atlanta,
where IrvinHr w U attend Emory
University Dr. and Mrs. Coret
will continue to Waynesville. N.
C. where they will remain until
October 5th.

SPINOZA DISCUSSED
BY GROUP
There was no meeting of the
Spinoza Group last Saturday.
Next Saturday afterenoon the
Spinoza Group will meet as here-
tofore at 2:30 p. m., on the lawn,
at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
After a brief musical interlude.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give
the 18th and the last lecture of the
summer series. Topic: The Char-
acter of Spinoza. All are welcome.
There is no charge.
The engagement of Miss Dora
Rosenhouse- daughter of -Mrs. M
Rosenhouse. to Norman Robert
Lyons, is being announced by her
mother. Miss Rosenhouse has been
a resident of Miami for many
years, having attended prepara-
tory schools here. She then at-
tended the University of Miami
and Whitehead School of Drama
in New York. Mr. Lyons was
graduated from the Univers:ty of
Florida. He has resided in Miami
for several years and is an at-
torney.

MOVES T(f
NEW OFFICE
Dr. Max D Augustine annou-
nces the removal of his offices to
301 Huntington Bldg.. Miami Dr.
Augustine took one year graduate
work at Northwestern University
and interned for three years at
theJackson Memorial Hospital.

MEETING TO
BE HELD
The opening meeting of the
Beth Jacob Sisterhood will be held
Monday evening October 9th at
8:15 p. m. at the Synagogue w th
Mrs. B. H- London presiding. An
attend.
DRAMATIC SCHOOL
TO OPEN _
The Studio School of the Dra-
matic Arts will be opened at the
auditorium of the Scottish Rite
' Temple Theatre. 471 N. W, 3rd St..
under the direction of Roy Elkins,
'veteran of legitimate profession-
' al work in theaetre, dramatic arts,
radio, pictures, and public speak-
\ ing. Mr. Flkins has been the di-
rector of the Miami F-
, players during the past two years
: in such productions as "Altar- -f
St, I," "Room Service." "Mj
of the Boardwalk Asylum,"
; "Whom Dreams Possess." and "If
! Ye Break Faith" and will use
\ advanced methods based on his
past knowledge and personal ex-
perience.

RETURNS TO
CITY
Rev. H M. Kagan returned to
the city after spend :ig several
weeks in the north.
HABANOTH GROUPS
TO MEET
The Habanoth Buds will have
their initial inc. ting under the
leadership of their sponsor Mrs
George Chertkof. Tuesday after-
noon October 3rd at -I p. m. at
the Mianf Ji wish Orthodox Con-
gregation synagogue.
Hanoar. Jewish Boy Scout- of Pi
i-tine. Details will be annoutl
a later issue.
ENTERS
Ml VM1 UNIVERSITY
David Roller of Walden, N
arirved in Miami where he ei I
the University of Miami I
School. He is a graduate of I
College of New York and is I
hi- home here with his bI
brother-in-law, Mr and Mi-
ry Grossman of 1120-lOth St.
mi Beach Mr. Koller is the i
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry K :
of Miami Bea h.
PHYLLIS ETHYLE SONTAG
wh ise engagement to Ben II. My-
ers of Salem, Mas-., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Simon Myers, was an.
nounced last week by her parents,
Mr. and Mis- David Soi
&.p?TIONt)
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The Girls of the Blue and White
of the Miami Habanoth will meet
for the first time this season in
the library of the Y. M H. A
Monday afternoon October 2nd at
4 p m. Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum,
sponsor will outline the fall ac-
tivities-
YOUNG JUDAEA
ELE< TS OFFICERS
At the last meeting >t the Benj.
V Cardoza Young Judaea Hub of
Miami, election if officers took
place. A.lolo Stein was elected
president. Soph a Tendril h. g< ro-
tary asd Howard Moss, treasurer.
A series of cultural programs un-
der the direction of the sponsors
Miss Ida Smith and Mis- Harriet
Damenstein are be ng planned. A
heateer party will be held in the
near future and proceeds of the
affair will go towards the Keren
now
w
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Habanoth Debs will inaugurate
their season of activities with a'
meeting at the home *>f their
sponsor Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner.
Wednesday afternoon October 4th
at 4 p. m. After this meeting the
Debs and the;r sponsor will he
hosts to all Habanoth groups and !
their mothers in the Succah of
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A. Kell.
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Miss Adele Segall. first queen
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United State-, was presented with
a gold trophy, properly inscribed,
by the Jewish War Veti
through the State Commander
Nat Roth at the B'nai B'rith
meeting held Tuesday evening.
.
VISITS IN
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1939
VOLUME 12.NUMBER 38.
"Sukkos," the Feast of Tabernacles, Jewish harvest
festival, recalls throughout the turbulent world the demo-
cratic principlec inherent in Judaism and in Jewish tra-
dition.
In America the custom of building- svecahs of frame
covered with leaves and twigs, outside of the home and the
synagouge, will prevail as usual. These booths built alike
for rich and poor, are symbolic of the equality of man-
kind. Humanity is one, and every human being; a child of
God.
Man's responsibility for his fellow-men is implicit
in the festal custom.
. To those in warring- countries the observance of the feast
may be curtailed this year, but the message of thanksgiving
for the gifts of God and the reminder of the brotherhood
of man will remain.
Originally a harvest festival. Sukkos has become a cele-
bration.
In accordance with the injunction to take "the fruit of
the goodly tree, the branches of palm trees, the boughs of
thick leaved trees and willows of the brook and rejoice be-
fore the Lord,'' branches of palm leaves (the lulav), the
ritron (os'-og), the myrtle and the willow are used in the
service as symbols of thanksgiving- for the year's harvest.
The last day of Sukkos is known as "Simchas Torah."
Rejoicing in the Law, because the cycle of reading the Law
is completed and a new one started. This will recall to the
mind of every observer the eternal quality of the moral law.
Within that memory is the seed of hope for the future of
Judaism and the reecognition of its basic democratic prin-
ciples.
NAT'L COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
NEWS
All over the country women's,
organizations are taking council
as to their proper course of con-,
ica must go on in spite of the
war in Europe- The main task of
the twentieth century is soill as\
it was after the World w 'rthe
organization of a permanent
world society."
"Efforts for a world court, a
world league and disarmament
duct in view of the world hitua- j have fallen far short of our hopes,
tion. There seems to be a feeling' destruction, hut we see more
that a united sentiment among We are confronted by chaos and
^^^ the women might have its effect in
the preservation of the pace of
the "United States. The Interna-
tional Relations and Peace com-
mittee of the National Council of
Jewish women met in an emer-
gency session on Thursday in New
York for the purpose of formul-
gate a policy to guide the 65.000
senior and junior council mem-
bers throughout the country dur-
ing the existing crisis.
Mrs. Arthur Brin. chairman of
this committee, rssued a state-
ment, and Mrs. Benjamin LVine,
chairman of the Miami section of
the council, has supplied a copy
of this statement as follows:
A "The peace movement in Amer-
onc hundred brothers. A Miiall attend-
ance, indeed, in view of the previous
publicity given. Our lodge holds a
business meeting only onre each
month und matters of vital importance
are usually discussed. In these chang-
ing times there is no excuse for a
-mall turnout at a meeting in a lodge
which boasts the largest membership
in the South.
To those absent brothers who
missed the opportunity of bearing the
guest speaker, Maj. A. W. Barrett,
world famous foreign correspondent,
your writers says "Ton, bad". Your
loss. You failed to bear an enlighten-
ing, intelligent, informative, author-
itative and Unbiased commentary de-
picting "The Passing Scene" in Eu-
rope today. You failed to bear a dis-
tinguished journalist whose contacts
with beads of European Governments
enable- him to present an "inside"
v lew of the European situation. For
the benefit of the brother- not attend-
ing the meeting, we hope tbat you
may have the privilege of hearing
Mil j. Barrett in the near futur.....i .i
return engagement.
Hro. Harry Sinionhoff postponed
hi- i.port as Chairman of the A. 1).
I Committee.
Itro. Milton Friedman a- Chairman
of the State \/V Committee, also
postponed making his report on Mate
wide activities.
Hro. President \1 PaUol i- out of
the City on his vacation and was
therefore unable to attend the meet-
ing. Hro. Isaac Levin, Vice-President,
served In his place as presiding of-
ficer. Hi". Nat Roth acted a- \ ice-
President Hro. Dr. Frank Coret, out-
going State President, is also out of
the City on his vacation.
Hro. Nathan Adelman, at hair-
man of the local V/A Committee,
made a report which reflected pro-
gren on the part of the local chapters.
Hro. \delman urged closer coopera-
tion between the lodge and the Junior
Croups in support of AZA functions.
Hro. Burnett Roth as Chairman of
Sholom Lodge's JAVA. Ticket Selling
Committee, reported on the victory of
Ifnai B'rlts's candidate for J.W.V.
Queen. Hro. Roth thanked certain
brothers WTO worked with bis com-
mittee in bringing new laurel- to
B'nai B'rith.
The J.W.V. Queen, Miss Idele Se-
gall, was presented with a beautiful
gold trophy a- a token of esteem on
I the part of the J.W.V. of the 1 ->.
Mi Segall WM invited to attend the
meeting of the J.W.V. Committee
1..... members are also brothers in
our lodge.
Hro. Harry Karr, local J.W.V. Com-
mander, thanked Sholom Lodge for
it:- cooperation and support in connec-
tion with the recent National Con-
vention held in Miami.
Sholom Lodge voted to send let-
ters of commendation ami praise to
clearly than before that in?.er- National Headquarter! of J.W.V. and
nationaPjustice, security and civ-
ilization depend upon the devel-
opment of adequate world peace
machinery. This cannot be
achieved without the co-operntion
of America. When the fighting
ceases, unless we are ready to do
our part, the second effort for
world organization will fail, as
did the first.
"The major part of our peace
Women of Council is to concen-
prepar"tion for new efforts for
world organization. We must
study how to conserve the gains
made after the first world war
and how to secure still further
gatnh after this second appalling
the local Frieda Murkowiu Post of
J.W .V. for the dignified manner in
which the Convention was handled
and for the good will which was
created by the veterans in both the
City and Slate.
sacrifice of human life.
"The .immediate task. Of the
Womeh of Council is to concen-
trate every effort on keeping
America out of war and to sup-
port such revisions of the neu-
trality act as are designed to
withhold aid to nations that are
resorting to war in violation of
oheir pledged and are attempting
(Continued on Page 4)
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHLNEAS J. BISON)
WAR DAZE
Those n-stless astrologers who are forever making pre-
dictions about Hitler claim that his chart shows that just as he
was made by an old manHindenburg, who made him Chancel-
lorhe will be defeated by oneChamberlain, who now is
waging war against him.....Now you see what foresight
Secretary Ickes showed when he refused to sell helium to the
German Zeppelin makers......He most probably saved
thousands of Polish lives.....Those in the know- insist
that France will give the Germans an awful shellacking on
(he Western front by means of the new French tanks, which
can ride roughshod over the pillboxes that are supposed to
stop them.....A Canadian Jewish Legion was almost
formed, but then some of the Jewish leaders in the Dominion
decided that Jews should enlist in the regular expeditionary
I'otce. British and Canadian officials, however, were
ready to accept a distinct Jewish unit in the British forces.
. Just lo prove once more that there is no limit to
Nazi stupidity the Furore recently approahed the Rev. Mar-
tin Niemoeller, Protestant reebel against the Nazi regime, with
the suggestion that the pastor resume his naval career and
become n t'-Boal commander again, as in the 1914-18 war.
Neimoellcr, however, preferred to stay in the concentration
camp that has been his home for several years.....Inci-
dentally, if Hitler retains any doubts as to where the sympa-
thies of most Americans lie in the presenl conflict i' isn t
the fault of Hans Dieckhoff, former Nazi "mbassador to the
1'. s. Reporting to Baldof on American feelings toward
11 rmany. Deickhoff is reported to lave said that the ['nited
States will join the Allies within three months of the begin-
ning of hostilities.'" .
GAGGING ON WAR
This is funny even if it isn't true. The story
is going around that the great Russian dancer Nijinaky, who
for years has 1.....n confined in a Swiss insane asylum, was
showing definite signs of recovery until his wife tried to ex-
plain the new war situation to him. After listening to
lier exposition of the present line-up Njiinsky is said to have
suffered a violent relapse. Then there's the tale of 'he
American tourist who. in Berlin, asked a government official
how far Rnmana was.....About two incidents way"
was the N'a/i's reply. WincheU feels peeved because
Chamberlain ignored his suggestion on bow the official text
of Greal Britain's declaration of a state of war should read.
.... The phrase "war against Germany" is all wrong, says
Walter, insisting that "war againsl Adolf Hitler" would have
been much more accurate. The German reaction to the
announcement that Goering will step into Hitler's shoes if
and when Adolf gets what's coming to him is that Goering
will have a bard time climbing into Hitler's pants.....All
Of which reminds us tlCt a former European correspondent.
very well informed, recently whispered in our ear that Goering
is the only high Nazi official who Is opposed to Hitler s
anti-Jewish policy. .
THE LOW-DOWN
That stunt wheh brought international publicity to a
London newspaper really was originated by our own Non-
Sectarian Anti-Nazi League. The London paper used its
front page for a -Wanted Dead or Alive" circular on Hitler.
... The columnists have it all wrong when they imply that
Professor Haushofer is a sort of anonymous brain trust for
Hitler .... The Professor is none other than the General
Haushofer whose works on military strategy throw more illu-
miation on the details of Hitler's future moves than even the
Nazi chiefs "Main Kampf". We have it from a pretty
reliable source that within the near future there will be "n
open breach between the King of Italy and Mussolini. .
Rmil Jannings, the great German screen actor, has completely
surrendered to the Nazi ideology .... He is now in charge
Of all theatre 'nd cinema activities in the Keich. and part ami
parcel of the great propaganda machine that is supposed to
keep up the German morale during the war.....
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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN
FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
Office Phone 2-1173
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
FOR THE YEAR

Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and
6:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning at 8:80.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School9:00 a
m., to 12:00.
HOLIDAY SERVICES
FEAST OF TABERNACLES
"SUCCOS", or the "Feast of
Tabernacles" will be ushered m
at the Beth David Synagogue,
Wednesday evening at 7:30. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will officiate ahd
C*stor Louis Hayman will chant
the "Liturgic Melodies." Rabbi
Shapiro will discuss the subject,
"A SYMBOL OF A LIVING
PEOPLE."
Immediately after the brief ser-
of the Sisterhood will serve as
hostesses, A faculty consisting
mainly of licensed teachers will
be in charge of the Sunday
School activities.
SOCIETY
A. Z. A. TO GIVE
PLEDGE PARTY
The Miami Chapter of A. Z. A.
will entertain at a pledge party
Sunday evening October lso ;it
8:30 p. m. at the home of Mr
Nathan Adelman, 1421 N. W. 1st
St., M ami. for the purpose of ob-
taining enough meembers to in-
sure them a permanent charter,
Invitations have been issue,I to
the Miami Chapter and pledges
Jul an Weinkle, .lack Rosenthal.
Irwfn Berger. Eugene Somberg.
Raymond. Cowen. Leroy Ruben.
Bteeih. Martin Duliier. Manuel
Serkin. Frank Gottlieb, Melvtin I
Shaefer. Marshall Feuer, Harry
Weiner. Herbert Wilensky, Teddy
Sakowitz, Irving Kossor. Murray
Zohn, Leroy Feldman. leslie Ah-
gust, Malcolm Magid. Murray Mil-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
I^,~:WT'T *i
137 N E. 10th Street Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RARBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN B996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265 B30 N. E. 31st St.t-IMI MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbla will be in the Temple every mornlns. You may eoisult with them or matters concerning the Jewli community, or yeu;- pet eonat problem! Tou will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in strict confidence.
The new semester for the dailv
.,, ., I ""-'. .uaie Hebrew School will begm Mon. ,,._ xortn Pallot, Jack Edelstein
afternoon. October 0th. Pa-j and [pving MoM A,g0 attending
rents are urged to register their
children at that date.
Will be the Miami Chapter's neew
advisor*, Mr. Charles Adelman.
Full detaihi of the curriculum I chairman and SO(.ial advisol. Mr
for the Sunday School and He- Urry L s,lnva,..z. ,,,i(;ious alll
brew School will be mentioned in
visor; Mr. Sidney Goldstein, cul-
ntxt week's issue- The teachers! turiVadviiorTnd Mr Sam Kahn
of our Sunday School are: athk,(il, a(|visor
Miss Evelyn Auslander. Mrs. S .__________________
Cohen, Miss B. Goldenblank. Mr. M-MJ^K.l H-l n I
Louis Garfon. Mr. Samuel Hoi- Michael Asks Paleshne to
lamler. Mrs. H- 01 hant. Miss, Sink Differences
Ethel Pont, Mrs. Esther Rubis. \ .ppe.1 PdertineV ......pie- to
-Mr. Teddy R. Simons, Mrs. B. sink their differences and a request
Stepkin. Mr. Jacob Stern. Miss for the intensification of home pro-
dii'tii,n, i,,||,n, ,,,_
8UKKOTH SERVICES given by both Rabb s. Thursday
Sukkoth Services were held j mornisg October 6th at 11:00 a. m.
Wednesday evening with Dr. Jacob memorial services will be held.
H. Kaplan delivering the sermon Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan will deliver
and Thursday morning the Ber. a sermon "The Simple Life." l-'r -
mon was preached by Rabbi Col- day evening services Rabbi Col
man A. Zwitman. Friday evening mas A. Zwitmah will preach on
Dr. Jacop 11. Kaplas will preach "In the Beginning. God .".
on "Worship in Holiness ami SISITERHOOD NEWS
Pear." The first Sisterh.....i meeting
will be conducted by our president
Sundaf morning October lso al Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, October 2nd
11:30 a. m. the religious school at 2:30 p. m at Kaplan Hall with
will celebrate tin Sukkoth festi- Mrs. Samuel Kanner as program
vat. Wednesday evening October chairfan. An interesting program
4th Shmini Atzereth aril Torah will be presented and refresh
Festival Brief speeches will be rnents si rved.
Eleaenor Weiss. Mr. Sydney .1
Weinberg/ Mr. Jerome Weinkle.
Miss Miriam Weintraub. Mr. J. J.
Zion, Superintendent; Mr. Louis
Heiman and Miss Molly Engler
lesrription of'
the economic effects of war upon
Palestine, were mail,, bj High Com-'
tniasioner Sir Han,Id MacMichael in '
a radio broadcast.
Dwelling upon the diffirultiea in
Palestine's economic life, resulting
from the dislocation of trade ami
t hindrancei to iransporl from aourrea
exact r!-,to fs .v. f importwhich, he believed, would
will begin at" ,:30. Rabbi, .he Z vZylel^. gSR*.....??*?> ""'........'
Shapiro will preach ,n Yiddish on ; vices will be mentioned next wee fn u IT **** '"....."?
the theme. -AX ETERNAL CY- A choir, consisting of Cl I '.........""M '
----------------.. -----. vi,^ ., .,- ............., .,..;, .,i(iMV r.ngier
V i -s the Beth David Sisterhood 1 charge of the Sunday School of-
will serve refreshmunts to the fice.
worshippers in the traditional LATE FRIDAY EVENING
"Booth" adjoining the Synagogue.
Thursday and Friday mornings
The
had received an S-O.S. from War-
saw urgina that food and medical
relief be rushed "for Jews and
Poll who are heroically defending
tin- capital."
PRIEST ENTERS
BLAZING SYNAGOGUE IN
aE,InniI1 and A,tos is P^cess of re-or.
RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION amzation under the supervision
Sunday School will reopen offi.' of Cantor Louis Haymas
eially Sunday morning. Oit. 1st Those who are interested are
at 10 a. m. The students will cele. ask<'<1 to contact the office 2 1473
>rate the "Feast of Tabernacles" a" in the "Booth" and the members rPt'>'. Mrs. LoUIS Margolies.
JEWS SHOT BY GESTAPO
FOR RESISTING NAZI
INVASION OF POLAND
Brussels (WKS). General Ber-
nard Mond, only Jewish gen.
lish army and commander of
I Kattowice garrison, was report-
ed kill.,| action while leading a
bayi mi charge in defense of the
city when ii u.,. stormed by invad-
"'. German troops during the early
days of the war. according ,tt> an
item in the newspaper L'Independ-
ence Beige. The newsapaper further
disclosed that the German military
command in Poland bad ordered the
1 iestapo, German secret police, to
arrest thousands of Jews in Lodz,
Polish textile center, where hun-
dreds of those arrested were exe-
cuted. The dispatch said thai the
executions were ordered because the
Germans were particularly provok-
ed by the heroism of the Polish
Jewish soldiers and their resistance
to constant bombardment.
Paiss (WXS).-High tribute to
Jewish soldiers and officers parti-
cipating in the defense of the bc-
sieged Polish capital was paid in a
statement issued by the Polish Em-
bassy here. The Embassy said it
A K.n.ral replannini of the coun-
">' "".....) is < --. tihal. he .ajd. It
ill entail a \;,*\ deal f "hard work
ami organization." lie railed ti|.....
all elements to cooperate in the ur-
eni ta-k. particular!) in the ,,,,,,.,.,.
of local production ,.f -ml, ,i,.,. .
vegetables, reread* and nil-.
The High Commissioner concluded
with a warning acain-t "the pursuit of
violent political animosities d,-pii,
the obvioua need for collaboration."
\ plea for the sinking .,f differences
between groups el......I hi. a.ldr..
NATIONAL COUNCIL JEW-
ISH WOMEN NEV/S
(Continued from Pane .'()
to settle grievances, by means of
force"
Miami Section, entering its sev-
enteenth year of hervice in Coun-
cil Projects, will reconvene for a
year of work and good-will Wed-
nesday, October Itb. 1939, a: 12:30
p. m with an opening luncheon at
Fassa's Restaurant. Mayflower
Hotel, M ami Beach. Luncheon fee
is 75 cents per person- Come anil
bring a fr end Make your reserva
tions with Mrs. jack c. Cohen,
Ways and Means Chairman. ." .3768
or call the Council office 3-6,")B4.
The program chairman has de-
veloped a very beautiful program
for the afternoon. Luncheon is in
charge of Mrs J, Barbash social
chairman,
Please make your reservation
for the October 4th luncheon at
once by telephoning the Council
offiee 3-6554. or Mrs. Barbash at
2-7807,
MAMMOTH FOOD STORES
Over 3.000 Items for Your Selection
2 STORES TO SERVE YOU
55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.1453 S W 8th Street
WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE"
1
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Opening, Monday (let. 2nd
EFFORT TO SAVE SCROLL I THE HAROLD SCHOOL j
Kindergarten and Grades
i
ROY ELKINS
Announces the Opening of his
STUDIO OF HKAMAT1C AR''\s
I'lass and Private Inslruetlon
IT1 N. \V Srd Strict. Phone 2-47U0
CLASSES NOW FORMING.
I'assaie. N. J. (WNS) Temple
Eminuel, Passaic's lur^est synagogue,
was ruined by a fire which officials
attribute to defective wiring. The loss
wh- estimated by fire officials at
$100,000.
The Rev. William V. Dunn, pastor
of St. Nicholas Roman Catholic
Church, among the first to reach the
flaming building, entered it, with sev-
eral other men. in an effort to Rave
the scroll and sarred vestments. They
were forced to roiur out quickly but
they did re.srur some relies.
MAX D. AUGUSTINE.
D. D. S.
Announces the Rentoval of
his Offices to
301 Huntingdon Bldg-.
[1717 S. W. 13th St., Miami. Fla.
| Kin. i Ui-onaman Sadie H'elnberg
Phone 2-3579 Phone 2-0179
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^y, SEPT. 22, 1939
THE JIWIBH TL0MDL4JC
PAGE FIVE
[I AMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
AbBI'S RtSIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
THE Y. M. H. A.
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
Witness thp splendid Jewish ac-
tivities in which ohe children of
our religious schools participate.
The Committee of the Ladies Aux-
il ary. headed by Mrs. Win. ("lein,
will be in charge of the refresh-
ments.
CONGREGATIONAL NEWS
The annual fall meeting of our
Congregation will take plBce on'
T;i sday night, Oct. :5 in the Syn-
agogue at a::{(1 p. m. After a very
important business meeting, the
Congregation will He host to those
present in the Succa where re-
freshnv nts will he served, to be
followed by the traditional rectal Mrs- li;,n Sti,lin' who were ,IS' ""
of TIKKUN LEIL HOOSHANA sible for the largest sum ever made
bv a similar committeeami to Nat
"Y" STARTS NEW YEAR
WITH A BANG
The Y.M.II.A. and Y.W.H.A.
jointly sponsored their .;tli Annual
Post Yoni Kippur l)ancc last Sun-
day at the Malii Shrine Tent|ile be-
i ire a large crowd. Your scribe is
happy t.i have bi n chairman of
this in -t successful affair. My
thanks to I >r 1 Ian Jd Rand, chair-
man nt tin- Entertainment Commit*
tee, for the splendid floor show
presented and to Mrs. Jack I'.n .1. r,
chairman "i the Refreshment Com*
mittee, and her committee of Mrs.
Mandel, Mrs. Maurice Grossman,
Mr-. Slicnkman. Mr-. Ilalland, and
JCCOTH FESTIVAL
x^^feast of Tabernacl s will
be uahc ,]
on Wednesday night,
th at 6:15 p. m. As in the
entiv'l oervices will cam-
at 9 a- m. Once more the
Auxiliary will tecorate
it fy the spai iou.s Con-
ional Succa and will also
refreshments after e*ch
p-ue service, in ordtr to
everyone to make Kiddush
pjro.hr in the Tabernacle.
ERMON SCHEDULE
Thursday morning. Rabbi
Jlr will preach ih Ehglish on
More -:: oi -har: S i' '' aills".
Thursday afternoon. Rabbi
r w 11 preach in Yiddish on
Fallen Tent."
Shahhes morning, Rabbi
will airaih preach in Eng-
he End of Days."
Shulchan Auruch Class will!
th;s Shahhes afternoon in
ucca. where the Traditional
sh Sudes will also take
BAR MITZVAH
le Bar Mitzvah of Sidney Ad-
nd Sevmour Pivsick will take
on Shahbes Chel R"moed in
Synagogue, the parents of tne many
take this means of extend-
an invitation to the many
<|s to be present.
.DAY SCHOOL REGISTRA-
TION
Irents are reminded that rel-
ation for he Mirmi Jewish
kodox Sunday School will take
e thW* Sunday. Oct 1st at
^K. m. The entire faculty will be
prest" headed bv Mrs. George
Chartkoff. in order to facilitate, will adjourn to the Succa.
^registration of old ami new On Tuehdav afternoon. Rabbi
trtodeiits. The registration will and Mrs. Kellner will hold open
take place in the Synagogue house for the members of the
building, and classes will begin Ladies Auxiliary and oh Tuesday
PJ^^wrek la.ert Oct. 8th. at the night for the Faculty of the Sun-
H. A. building, day School.
INl'AL SUCCOTH PARTY
In conjunction with the Sunday hers of the three Haboneth groups I the same to their homes.
Sckfol registration, the Succoth and their mdthers will he the NEEUM AVEL1M
for the students will take guests of honor.
I in the Synaeogue Shccak] CONGREGATION BSROGIM
y morning Oct. 1st. AH
been selected "Y" Queen in the re-
cent J.W.V. Convention I lance.
Talk about the need of a Com-
munity Center, you should have
been at the "Y" last Monday even-
ing. The Finance Committee held
a committee meeting and could find
no room in the "Y" available t" car-
ry on their business because "i the
other organizations and subdivisions
<>f the "Y" holding meetings. Fin-
ally, the meeting had to be held in
the Executive Director's office. Just
another reason f< ir a lai gel
ing '
Y.M.H A. SENIORS NOSE
OUT JUNIORS 10-4
In as ciuiiical a I >ian......1 l! i!i
Game as lias been the pleasure o,
your Scribe to attend the Y M.ll. \
Seniors d< feated the Juniors bj <
10 to 4 -ere.
With the seniors leading 8-0 in
the 5th inning, the fans decided that Jack'- right hand man. who b
NEWS AROUND TOWN
C ngrats to Miss I lora l< i
In mse, more recently I" a
C acl of the Y VV.H. \ wl
nounced her engagement last Sun-
day. Conyrats t" Henry "RELI-
ABLE TRADING" Idov, Nat and
* ecaine
they could carry on from thei e and
si. it wasDr. Weinkle substituted
tin 8 fans for his players and the
players, in turn, became the spec-
tators.
a benedict last Sunday. The mar-
riage was performed bj Rabbi \hra-
, ham Kellner.
RABBA. A most cordial invita-
tion is extended to '11 members
to be present.
BAL KEREH NAMED
Mr. Ezra Raphael has been
elected by Board of Directors to
serve as Bal Koreh. Mr. Raphael
has lived in our community for
the paso year, coming
Frankfort-Am-Main.
wh' re he W"S n leader ir: orthodox
Jewish youth movements.
AT ROME
Rabbi asd Mrs Kellner shall
again he pleased to greet their
friends in the Succa ad-
joining their home. On Saturday
night, the executive board of the
Mirachi District will meet in the
Suectf Sunday night, the Schoch-
tim of the- greater Miami area.
will he the guests of Rabbi and
Mrs. Kellner in the Succa.
The Cultural Fellowship of the
Junior Hadassah will hold their
fortnightly meeting in the home
of the Rabbi, after which they
Blumberg and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin.
Ticket Chairmen of the Y.M. and
Y\\. respectively, and to Herman
\\ aitsman, Jules Wilson, Kai in
Freilich, Irving Querido, for tin r
efforts on the games, \ splendid
piece of work was accomplished by
h re from ""r Executive Director who was on
Germany ''"' '"'' from beginning to end
others who proved their ability wen
Mr. John Kr Schwartz, and Mr. Milton
man
In the raffle of door prizes, Mr.
Sam Radanes was the winner of a
year's paid up membership in the
Y.M.H.A. and Mrs. Irwm Krick
was the winner of a year's paid lip
membership in the Y.W.H.A.
All in all we believe that a swell
time was had by all attending an
we can only hope that they will
support other "Y" affairs as well
The high light of the evening was
the presentation, by our Execut'.vi
Director, of two silver loving cups.
One to Dr. Barney Weinkle in ap-
preciation for his splendid accomp-
lishments as manager of the "V
Diamond Ball Team and the other
to \li-s Ethel Mintzer for having
Talk about topsy-turvy-, up side
down and inside out or what have
you, tins game \\a- one and all of
these,------and then some.
NOTICE!
I luc t" the Succ -lli holidays, the
'Y" Building will close Wednesday
afternoon at S.tMl o'clock and will
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INSURED SAVINGS
MORTGAGE LOANS
I form any of the officers and ar-
On Wednesday afternoon, mem-1 rangements will be m-'de to send!
eh
Wc hronicle with profound re-
gret the passing of the late Mr.
Those who wish to avail them- Henry Bierman and we extend to
en 're welcome and the pa-j helves of the use of the Congre- j the sorrowing family our heart-
are most cordially invited to gational Ksrogim, will please in-j felt sympathies and condolences.
DHDE FEDERAL
snvincs one Loan nssocinTion
* df mmmi *
Ground Floor Conor ess Blda.. 109 N. E Second Rvk.
LOW COST
LONG TERMS
Single Mortgage
Home Financing Plan
J. M. UPTON, President
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PAGE SIX
THJ. JEWMH TLOBIDLUI
FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1939
-~^e^^w^^-^^
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
625 MIchiKan Avenue
Phone 6-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-2013
Holiday Services
Success services will begin Wednes-
day evening at 6 p.m. Holiday services
will henin Thursday and Friday
morning at 8:30 a.m. Ral)l>i Meschc-
loff will preach the first day in Eng-
lish on "How to Build". Friday morn-
ing he will preach in Yiddish on
"Choice Fruits." Cantor Maurice
Mamches will chant the services.
Our Surcah will, as in previous
years, he open to all worshippers. Re-
freshments will he served after serv-
ices in the Succah.
Holiday Absence Excuses
All Jewish children absenting them-
daily Religious School classes, we this
year open our Sunday Sessions to all
children, anil the first two years of
a High School course to he given
Sunday mornings from 10 to 12 to
all hoys over 13 or graduates of ac-
credited Sunday Schools. We urge
prompt registration of children to
avoid confusion and inconvenience
for both teacher and pupil.
Habanoth
The Miami Beach Habanoth held
a very interesting meeting at the syna-
gogue Tuesday night. They dJKUMed
their plans for the coming year, ar-
ranged for a Succoth celebration, and
Helves this Thursday and Friday and discussed a number of projects.
Ihe following Thursday and Friday on
account of the holiday will be given
excuses signed by the Rabbi at the
synagogue office which will he ac-
cepted in all Beach public schools.
Children are invited to attend our
services and enjoy the Succah re-
freshments.
Hebrew School classes next week
will be conducted in the Succah, with
refreshments being served at the be-
ginning of each class.
Religious School Registration
Quite a few children ha\e already
registered for the new semester in
advance of our official registration
dale of October Kill. In addition to the
The Habanoth is an organization
open to all Jewish girls between the
ages of 12 and 16. Those interested in
joining are asked to communicate
with the li.iMii or any Habanoth
member.
Miami Beach Mizrachi
The opening meeting of the sea-
son for the Miami Beach Mizrachi
will take place Saturday night, Octo-
ber Tth, at 8:00 p.m. at the synagogue.
A very interesting program is being
arranged. A number of important re-
port- will be rendered. Refreshments
will be served. A vocal and instru-
mental entertainment will be present-
ed. All member! and friends of Miami
oiir-c being offered in our Beach Mi/.rachi arc invited to come.
Strictly Confidential
(Continued from 1'age 3)
LISTEN TO THIS
Appalling is the information
supplied by Drew Pearson and
Robert S. Allen, Washington's
most reliable snoopstrs. .
They insist th:,t an American firm
is largely responsible for the tre-
mendous Nazi ail- fleet.....Thao
firm, they say. has been shipping
plase engines to the Nazis for the
last five or six years, is total
disregard of Secretary Hull's pri-
vate request that Americ-'n firms
refrain from selling such prod-
ucts oo Germany.....Don't
think for a moment that tht In-
cident of the sinking of the
Athenia belongs to the dead and
buried past. .... The Soate De-
partment will yet be heard from
in a sharp protest to Germany.
.... Attorney General Frank
Murphy's declaration that foreign
agents engaged in espionage will
no longer find this country a
happy hunting-ground seems
rather strange to us, in view of
the circumstance that Fritz
Kuhrv's activities are entirely un-
hampered.....Danton Walker.
New York columnist, claims that
Litvinoff and Kaganovich. two
Soviet bigshots. are now on
St-'lin's death list. .... We doubt
it. Mr. Walker.....
ABOUT PEOPLE
| Justiie. who is reported to be suf-
i fering fro a rare malady that she
| contracted abroad. Bernard
i Baruch, now recuperating in Sa-
i ratoga Springs, will be in tip-oop
shape again before the winter is
too far advanced- .... Rabbi
Albert G- B^um of Congregation
Gemiliuth Chassodin of Alexan-
dria. La., wants his people te take
an interest in the affairs of their
Catholic fellow citizens, and with
that end in view recently had a
copy of "Catholic Action of the
South." official organ of the New
Orleans Archdiocese, sent to every
member of his temple- .... If
you want to hear Heifetz free of
charge see whether you have a
friend who lives near his Green-
wich Village hideaway.....His
neighbors, it's said, always invite
their friends when Jasch" is aie
to practise his music. .... What
happened to the Sons and Daugh-
ters of the Jewish War Veterans,
an organizations which a year ago
llaimed membership of ten to
fifteen thousand? ... One of
the reasoss why Hank Greenberg.
Detroit slugger, did so poorly in
the last series in New York is
that instead of adhering to strict
training rules he fcpent all his
spare time watching the electric
news sign that runs around the
Times Building. .... Paul Muni
b*i. pleedged himself to stay away
from Hollywood this winter.
He hopes to be in a Broadway
play- .... Our sincerest sympathy
to Rabbi Motes J. S Abels of the
American Jewish Committee,
whose daughter, the gifted paint-
er Judith Harriet Fishbach, died
recently.....Mrs. Fishbach was
instructor in Arts -'nd ("rafts at
Tempi- Beth Elohim. Brooklyn-
.... One of hes paintings hangs
in the Carnegie Institute ih Pitts-
burgh.....
REFUGEES FROM WAR
ZONES STRANDED ON
FRONTIERS; STARVA.
TION FACES
THOUSANDS
Paris (WNS)Thousands of Po-
lish refugees who found their way
into Rumania, Hungary and Lithu-
ania were in desperate plight, espe-
cially those who arc still gathering
on the Rumanian frontier, reports
reaching here said. At least 30,000
Jewish refugees from Polish war
zones are stranded at the border
waiting for relief. Jewish com-
munities throughout Rumania are
making every effort to provide food
while arrangements to aid war re-
fugees arc being made with the
various governments bordering Po-
land by the World Jewish Congress
and the OSE, Jewish health society.
The offices of the OSE here ilili-
closed that its organization bad al-
ready started feeding refugees on
the Baltic-Polish frontiers, especial-
ly along the Lithuanian border.
Most of the war refugees arc Jews-
The refugee situation on the Lat-
vian. Lithuanian. Hungarian and
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
M QH EL
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CURTAIL SERVICES IN
PARIS, LONDON
Paris (WNS).Except for the
fact that worshippers carried uas
masks. Yom Kippur services were
conducted as usual> although, as a
precautionary measure, Yom Kippur
eve services were ordered ended be-
fore dark by the Israelite Consis-
tory.
London (WNS)Rabbi Joseph
II. Hertz ordered Yom Kippur serv-
ices in synagogues here curtailed in
order to avoid lengthy congregation
of large groups.
Jerusalem (UN'S).Yom Kippur
services on Friday evening and
Saturday brought thousands of
Jews to the Wailing Wall.
Rumanian frontiers is said to be
catastrophic. The World Jewish
Congress, which is pushing its in-
vestigation of relume conditions on
these frontiers, has been able to
secure the cooperation of govern-
ments neighboring Poland in its
survey.
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New Obtainable Every-
where in Florida
Charlie Chaplin's film. "The
Dictator" is going -to be out soon.
we're promised.....Its three
principal characoers are called
Adenoid Hinkly, Herring (that's
for Goering) and Gasolini. .
Claire Booth's next pl\v will be
about the Bund, and she intends
calling it "Blockhead".....It is
true that Bert Lahr, the screen
comedian, was born in Yorkville
of German ttockbut Bert is very
much against the Nazis, and dur-
ing the world war served in ohe
U. S. N'avy. ... Luise Rainer is
now a refugee in SSwitzerland.
preferring staying there to mak-
ing bad pictures in Hollywood.
Our best wishes for a speedy
recovery to Mrs. Felix Frankfur-
ter, wife of the Supreme Couro
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