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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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VOL. 12NO. 39
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939
PRICE 10 CENTS
Jews Drafted
Forced Labor
Paris (WNS)Jews between the
apes of 16 and 55 are now being
out Germany arf.l Slovakia, ac-
<-or here from Bratislava, the Slovak
capital. Jewish shops in Slovakia
have been seized by the govern-
ment and turned over to soldiers
returning from Poland as a re-
ward for their services in the war,
the report revealed-
Special questionnaires have been
distributed by the authorities to
all Jewish men and women be-
tween the ages of 16 and 65 hi
the Reich, ostensibly "for statis-
tical purposes," but now regarded
as a preparatory measure for the
mobilization oif Jews. induc|.n|g
women, for forced labor. Census
takers are working 24 hours a day
to compile before Oct. 6 the names
home town, block and building.
occupat".on and property of every
Jew jn the Reich.
The Swiss daily, "Der Bund,"
reported that a detailed plan of
dividing the entire Jewish popu-
lation ;nto labor battalions sup-
ervised by S. S. men (Nazi elite
guards), had been completed by
the Gestapo, but that the fate of
Jewish women was as yet uncer-
tain- Reports from Scandinavian
ocuntnies made it known that
many Jew.sh girls had already
been sent to ilnknown destina-
tions for forced labor.
The plight of German Jews has
been made worse by the war. Re-
ports that Jews have been asked
to resume work as doctors and
technicians are officially denied.
Jewish emigration exept to North
and South America, excluding
Canada, has been cut off. Radios
owned by Jews have been confis-
cated by the government on the
grounds that they are needed in
Tiny camps and would he i*ts-
turned after the war. Jewish
theaters and meetings have been
banned- Jews are not permitted
on the streets after 8 p. m.
An effort to reinstate Jewish
common: a] representatives abroad
licenses for handling German ex-
ports is revealed in reports from
Amsterdam and Zurich which said
the driVe, conducted under the
slogan ..Export under all circum-
stances!" is a result of pressure
brought to bear on the Nazis by
the Allied blockade. The Amster-
(Continued on Page 6)
YISHUB .FORGES UNITY .TO
MEET CRISIS; ADOPTS
SPECIAL INCOME AND
PROPERTY TAXES
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Meeting under the chair-
manship of its new leader, Pin-
chas Rutenberg. the Vaad Leumi
(Jewish National Council) took
important steps to forge a bond
of unity to hold together all sec-
tions of Palestine Jewry in the
face if the war crsis.
The RevisionfiiCa, long absent
from the meetings of the Vaad
Leumi, returned as Mr. Rutenberg
reported on the efforts of the
PROPERTY IN
POLAND TAKEN
London (WNS)Advices reach-
ing here from Sazi-oecupied war-
torn Poland reveal the brutality
to which Jews are being subjected
by Nazi military authorities.
Thousands of Jews have been ar-
rested in Lodz, industrial center
of Poland, where all Jewish prop-
erty and business ehterprses have
been confiscated. Conscription in-
to labor battalions has been en-
forced on all able-bodied Jews who
have been put to work clearing
the debris caused by Nazi bombs.
Thousands of Jews who attempted
to escape across the border into
Russia were captured ahd in-
terned in concentration camps.
The Jewish populations of I-odz,
Kalisz, Wloclawek, Radom. Chel-
mno Opatow. Ostrow and Chmiel-
nik were completely scattered.
Approximately 15.000 Polish
Jews living in Germany are said
to be in im.nent peril of discrimi.
sating measures, now that Poland
no longer exists officially so far
as the Nazi regime is concerned.
The Gesitapo has alrady moved
against these former Polish citi-
zens and has ordered them to re-
turn to those Polish cities whence
they emigrated.
Meanwhile, information from
Berlin hjnted again that the Nazis
may relax their policy against the
Jews. It is believed that these
rumors originate with the iess
violent element in official Nazi
circles who are said to be aware
of inevitable repercussions should
more than two million Polish Jews
We brought ^rtto the sphere of
Nazi persecution as has been prac-
t: -ed against Jews in the Reich.
The same sources intimated that
Nazi-Soviet approchement may
also lead to a softening of anti-
Semitism in Germany inasmuch
as it is officially forbidden in the
Soviet. There is no actual proof,
however, that the Nazi regime is
w lling to consider any suspension
in its anti-Jewish politics.
A concentration camp for Polish
Jews has been established at
Sahsenhausen where an undeter-
mined number of men, rounded up
durjng the past few weeks, are
being held, it was learned here. It
is estimated that of the two
thousand men from Berlin alone
who are interned therei 15 al-
ready have died of diseases and
mishaps.
Soviet Press
Harangues Against
Polish Chassidim
HINT ALLIES 10
STOP FURTHER
REFUGEE TALK
Paris (WNS;The work of the
Paris (WNS)Bezbozhnik. of-
ficial organ of the anti-religious
movement in Soviet Russia, urges
that Chassidism among the Jews
of the Polish terr tory occupied
by the Red army, be uprooted. In
an article devoted chiefly to at-
tacking Raal Sheni Tov as the Intergovernmental Refugee Corn-
father of the Chassidii sect, the | mittee may no longer deal with
periodical speaks vehemently the problems of rescuing refugees
against famous Chassddic leaders! from Germany according to in-
terming them "remnants of the! formed sources here which hinted
most influential reactionary forces of the Committee is planned by
among the Jews" 'hat reorganization of the work
Paris (WNS)An estimated the British and French govern-
2.225.000 Jews live in Polish ter-1 ments. With Britain and France
ritory annexed by Germany and at war with Germany, the work (
about 1.000,000 in the area taken of the Intergovernmental Com-
hy Russia, the Daily Telegraph mittee on Refugees can no longer
said. be carried on from a broad politi- j
Peris (WNS) -Three Pol'sh cal point of view inasmuch as the
Jewish leaders have reached Cer- Allied countries do not wish their j
nauti. Rumania, according to ad- representatives to have any fur-,
vices received here which said that I ther dealings with German offi. I
ex-Senator Raphael Szereszevsky. dala. sven on the question of
Deputy Henry Rosmarin and Dr. getting Jewish refugees out of
Ignacy Schwartzbart, Galic'an Zi- the Reich.
onist leader, had managed to cross | Lead ng membrs of the Com-
the Polish.Rumanian border safe-1 mission intimated that Lord Win-
ly.
36,000 Jewish
Women In
Palestine Register
JerusaKmi (WNS-Paflcor- Agen-
cyCompilation of the figures on
the registration for the Jewish
Agency for Palestine of Jews and
Jewesses between the ages of 18
and 50 for emergency and army
serviie revealed that 36.000 Jew.
:sh women had registered in a
total of 135.000 who had volun-
teered to meet the war crisis. The
Jewjsh women have already begun
intensive training for firsjt aid: is activities to the problem affect.
terton. British chairman of the
Commitee, Sir Herbert Emerson,
Br;tish director, and Senator
Henri Berenger. French vice-
chairman, would have to resjgn
from the body if it were to con-
tinue any direct or indirect ne-
got-ations with Germany, forcing
removal of.the Committee's head-
quarters from London.
It was emphasized here that the
British and French Governments
would, however, continue to take
an active interest in the Commit-
tee and participate as htiher'o in
its executive body only on condi-
tion that the Committee restricted
October 16th Set
For Conference
Washington I WNS) According
to an announcement y Robert
Poll. State Department technical
adviser on refugee problems, S-r
Herbert Emerson, League of Na-
tions High Commissioner for Ref.
ugees and director of the Inter-
governmental Committee on Refu-
gees, and former Premier Paul
van Zeeland, of Belgium, presi-
dent of the Coordinating Founda-
tion to facilitate emigration from
Germany, will attend the White
House conference of the Inter-
governmental Committee on Oc-
tober 16 and 17.
In spite of the fact that several
members of the President's Ad-
visory Committee on Political
Refugees have presented reports
expressing doubt as to the ad.
\isablity of holding the meeting
at this time, Secretary of State
Cordell Hull announced through
the State Department press sec-
tion that he c inference would be
held and that in all probability its
actions would be strengthened by
the presence of Emerson and van
Zeeland.
The State Department int.mated
i that because of war conditions
! no announcement would be made
i of the sailing for the British.
French and Belgian delegates. It
has been announced that Earl
Winterton, chairman of the Com.
m;ttee, would attend-
LEADERS SHOT
By NAZIS
and for taking over posts in in.
dustry and agriculture which may
be relinquished by the male popu-
lation if war should come.
The total of 135.900 enljsted
for special emergency dutes rep-
resents 80 per cent of the entire
Jewish population within the age
brackets prescribed by registra-
tion the Jewish Agency for Pale-
stine announced. The registrants
have been divided into two clew.
es: (1) the group between the
ing refugees already out of Ger-
many and to seeking territories j
for their permanent settlement.
It is expected that these recom.
mendations will be submitted to
President Roosevelt by Emerson,
as director of the Committee, and
n suggestion will be made that of ,
the President continues his inter. |
est in aiding persecuted "nott-
Aryans" in the Reich and in ter-
ritory now occupied by Germany
he will have to establish a new
ages of 18 and 35 who are fit for body for that purpose, composed
Council to coordinate all groups
in the Yishub including the Agu-
dah Israel (extreme orthodox
wing) in the present emergency,
relations between the Vaad Leumi
and the Jewish Agency for Pale-
stine.
In order to raise the income of
the Yishub, the Vaad Leumi
adopted proposals for a progres-
sive emergency (tax based on in-
come not to exceed 20 per cent as
well as a special property tax.
These mtasures were put into ef-
fect immediately after their
adoption-
military service and (2) the group
between 35 and 50 who will be
placed in the category of a re-
serve force- The first category
wjll be divided into various sec-
tions in accordance to their train-
ing and experience- The scond ca-
tegory will be trained for air raid
precaution work and other reserve
tasks.
The Jewish Agency declared
lliaH a lapge number of those
who registered were qualified for
technical and military service
The Jewish Agency is now look-
ing into the financial phase and
other possibilities for pubDSc
works that may be initiated for
the benefit of the Jewish com-
munity with a view toward ab.
sorbing experts and unemployed
volunteers now enlisted in emer-
gency service.
of representatives of neutral
countries and led by American
delegates.
YOUTH ALIYAH MOVEMENT
AIDS 6.175 CHIDREN ESTER
PALESTSINE
London (WNS)A total of
6.175 Jewish boys and girls will
have been brought into Palestine
by tht end of October through the
Youth Aliyah (immigration)
Movement according to a biennial
report prepared for delivery be.
fore the organization's third world
conference which was cancelled
because of the European situa-
tion.
The report said that 4,515 im-
migrated to Palestine during the
past two years and another 1,635
completed two-year training I
Schorr, spiritual leader of War-
saw, and one of four former Jew.
ish Senators in the Polish Parlia-
ment, was among 16 Jewish reli-
gious leaders arrested and shot by
the Nazis, according to a report
appearing in the Jewish Morning
Journal in a London dispatch ori-
ginating in Prague. The dispatch
also disclosed that among those
executed was Judge Gutschechter
of Warsaw.
In cities throughout tne east-
ern part of Poland, especially in
Galicia, the Soviet army of occu-
pation have begun to enforce mili-
tory measures and in Lemberg
suspended publication of all Polish
and Jewish periodicals. The Lon-
don dispatch revealed that Jacob
Kenner, Polisn correspondent,
who had escaped to Hungary, had
witnessed the terror in Lemberg
following occupation by the Red
army Jewish religious leaders,
Bundists (members of the Jewish
labor party) and laborite Zionists
were among those arrested inl
Lwow by the Reds.
courses. The youths who finished
their training period chose the
following occupations: agricul-
ture. 7 per cent; artisanship, 7
per cent; child care. 3^ per cent;
household duties, 3 pet- cenjl;
studying, 2 per cent; navigation,
1 per cent; police school, 1 per
ctnt; undecided, 1 per cent.


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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
CONVALESCING FROM
ILLNESS
Mrs. Michael Arnold of Coral
Gables is convalescing: at the Cha-
teau de Sante, 6901 Coral Waf,
where she is recuperating from
a fractured kneecap.

RETURN
TO CITY
Dr. and Mrs. Julius R Pearson
returned to their Miami Beach
home after a trip to the north.
While in the north Dr. Pearson
did some [spifcial study (& the
Michael Reese hospital in Chicago nowned artists, recently arrived,
and in New Haven he attended from Vienna, will present a c'ass-
Shopiro, secretary; Pearl. Kalish, SISTERHOOD TO
treasurer; Edith S.mon. rush cap- HOLD MEETING
tain and Selma Grossman, direc- The open meeting of the Both
tor. The first in a series of rush j.uo|, sisterhood will be held
teah will be given at the home Monday evening October Bth at 8
of Edith Simon, on October 7th. ,,. i. with Mrs B. II. London pre-
s ding. Plans for the coming ytar
MIAMI BEACH will be presented. Following thel
MIZRACH TO MEET meeting a cultural program will
The first Melaveh malkeh and take place in which Rabbi Mosts
meeting for the new year of the Mescheloff, Cantor Mamches, and'
Miami Beach Mizrach will be held Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swift of Vienna
this Saturday evening October will participate. Members and
7th at the Beth Jacob synagogue. friends are cordially invited to at-
Mr- and Mrs. Fred Swift, re- tend.
the Connecticut Clinical congress

CHOIR
ORGANIZED
The Greater Miami Choir, com-
posed of all male voices, was re-
cently organized and meetings are
being held temporarily at ,the
Beth David auditorium every
Seal program. Both artists are
graduates of the Viennese Aca-
demy of Music and have taught
in the children's Conservatory of
Vienna. Also on the program will
be Rabbj Mesheloff. Cantor Mam.
ches and others. Reports will be
made by Mr. M. Feit and Mrs.
ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
The hegagement of Miss Doris
Cromer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Cromer. pioneer Miami
residents, to Milton Eliasoph of
Montreal. Canada, is being an-
nounced by her parents. Miss
Cromer wah graduated from M'.
please bring them to this meeting. \ umbia University. She was gradu.
A. Kalstein. Anyone possessing' ami Senior High School and at-
Wcdnesday evening. Bernard Tei- J. N. F. boxes are requested to : tended Brenau College and Col.
telbaum is in charge of the choir -
and the musical direction is under
der the supervision of Jack Man-
hoff. Anyone interested in joining
is requested to be present at fu-
ture meetings.

TO
ENTERTAIN
Mrs. Rose Ehrlich, chairman of
the Beth David Succah, w-,11 en. with Rabbi Moses Mesheloff, as-
Refreshments will be served. The
public is welcome-
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TO BE
MARRIED
The wedding of Miss Anna
Blacker to Mr. Louis Baida will
take place in the Beth Jacob
Synagogue. Sunday at 6 p. m.
tertain at a luncheon ahd theater
party Wednesday October 11th in
appreciation of the aid given her
by her assistants on this proj-
ect. Those to be honored will be
Mesdames B. Kandle, J- Langner,
H. Plotkin, Molly Mahdell, Sam
Jackson, I&idor Cohen. Mr. and
Mrs. G. Margulies and Mr. H.
Sootin, movie photographer.

SORORITY
ORGANIZED
Kappa Pi Kappa, recently or-
ganized sorority, elected Miss Ar-
line Kalish. president; Jacqueline
sisted by Canter Maurice Mam.
ches officiating. Following the
ceremony a buffet supper will be
served.

STAG PARTY
HELD
The Royal Palm Cnapter of
A- Z. A., Miami Beach, opened
their fall season with a stag party
held Saturday evening at the home 12"
ated from the University of Mi-
ami, where she received her
Bachelor of Ajtts degiree. (Miss
Cromer is an accomplished musi-
cian, having studied piano with
her aunt Mana-Zucca. Mr. Elia-
soph is a graduate of McGill Uni-
versity and is a member of Omi.
cron Alpha Tau Fraternity and
Omicron Alpha Tau Frattrnity
ahd the Royal Isstitute of Bri-
tish Archiects.

BOARD
TO MEET
The Ladjes Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold
a Board Meeting at Howard
Johnson, Bjscayne Blvd., Wednes-
day afternoon October 11th at
MARRIAGE NUPTIALS
! PERFORMED
The marriage of Miss Audrey
Wolff, daughter i f Mr and Mrs.
X. Meridian
AveJ i" Edward I "!'
Herbert A. Lo< of i h
place Tuesday i g ;" ;,lr
Columbus Hotel im Dr.
Jacob H. Ka] Ian off tlu''
presence of a large a
of relatives and friends. The bride
was attended by hi Miss
Eugenia Wolff, maid of honor.
Mrs. Herbert A. Loeb. jr.,
Chicago, sister-in-law of the bride.
groom. Mrs. William M. Brooks
of San Diego. Cal'.f, sister of the
bride and Mrs. Henry Wolff of
Miami Beach, sister-in-law of the
bride, were bridesmatrons. Herv
bert Loeb, jr.. brother of 'he
groom was best mar:, and ushers
were Henry Wolff, Herbert J.
Baum, jr.. Birmingham, Ala., ami
Marx Sabel, MorJlgomery, .\\a.
Following the ceremony a re.
ception was held with Miss Lois
Wally in charge of the bride's
book. Out of town guests attend-
ing were Mrs. Edward M. R
thai. Mrs. Henry I.. Stem and
Miss Ann F. Cample, all of Chi-
cago; Mrs. Moses Sabel and Mrs.
Marx Sabel. Montgomery! Ala.;
Mrs. Herbert J. Baum, sr., Bir-
mingham, and Mrs. Anthony
Schwartz. Philadelphia- After a
two month's trip to the Pacific
Coast. Mr. ahd Mrs. Loeb will
live in Chicago.
of Mrs. G. Berlin. This affair is
drive now being held. Sunday eve-
ning the chapter initiated in spe-
cial ceremonies a class of 15 to 18
members.
30 p. m- Mrs. Ida Optner. presi.
preside. Lunch is op-
dent, will
tjonal.
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of Colds Morning After" and Muscular Fatigue because they
have heardand believedAlka-Seltzer radio announcements.
To these millions, the relief obtained by the use of Alka-Seltzer
is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from the
broadcasts.
The most important parts of our radio program, both to you and
t us. are the commercial announcements. Once you have tried
Alka-Seltzer we believe you will agree with us.
But try Alka-Seltzer because it is an unusually effective medi-
cine not because you enjoy the radio programs.
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tion, ready to ease the distress as soon as you swallow it. The
P4^heving action ? made more effective by alkaline buffers.
The alkalizing elements in Alka-Seltzer reduce excess stomach
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Get Alka-Seltzer the next time you
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Try a glass of Alka-Seltzer at your
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DANCE AND SUPPER
TO BE GIVEN
A week's stay at the Nassau
Hotel with first class accomoda-
tions European plan will be the
door prize offered by the Young
Women's Hebrew Association at
their Dance and Box Supper Sun-
day evening October 29th at the
Y| M| H| A| clubrooms- Further
details will be announced in a later
issue.
MAX D. AUGUSTINE.
D. D. S.
Announces the Remloval of
his Offices to
301 Huntington Bldg.
PICNIC
HELD
The Arbeiter Ring Branch 682
picnic was held Sunday at the
Dixie Bath House uhder the man-
agement of Mr- H- Rose with a
large crowd attending. At 5:30
p. m. the musical program was
presented. Those participating
were Miss Josephine Raxin, Mrs.
Packer. Messrs. Teitelbaum. Mrs
Teitelbaum, Miss Kahh and Mr
If. Rose.
Sunday evening October 22nd
the delegates who attended the
Southeastern District Conference
and the Texas-Louisiana 1) strict
Conference will present th.
ports. All member* and f
are cordially invited to att( i

RETURNS TO
MIAMI
M]-s. II. Parber returned
mty after spending the i
in ohe north visiting relal
friends.

NATIONAL SISTERHOOD
TO HOLD MEETING
October 6th the National
oration of Temple Sjstel
world's largest Jewihh \Y
religious organjzaoion asd it
filiates the Ntw York State
eratioh of Temple Sisterhooci
sjonsor a mash demonstrate
Good Will for Jewjsh. Cathol .
iml Protestant women in tht Mi w
York World's Fair Temple of Re.
ligion.

HADA8SAH BOARD
TO MEET
Mrs, Sam Simonhoff. pref
of the Miami Chapter of S
Iladassah. ih calling a mteting of
the entire board of direel at
the Alcazar Hood Friday morh.
ing October 6th at 10:30 a m. All
numbers are Urged to be preset
ASSOCIATION
ELECTS OFFICERS
Officers elected at the meeting
Monday evening of the Gr
Miami Jewish Cemetery A
tiis were I. L. Mintzer,
president; Nat Zalka. vice presi-
dent; fjnahcial secretary E. Al-
bert Pallot, and treasurer A.
Pepper, also re-elected.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1939
VOLUME 12.NUMBER 39.
On the home front.....
With every-day life in Europe geared to a high degree of
war-time preparedness it is inevitable that a certain amount
of war-mindedness should make its appearance in America.
This is only natural.
It is to the unnatural consequences of such a condition that
a growing bloc of public opinion is giving voice. Americans are
too often inclined to throw caution to the winds and repnt
later. Too much war-mindedness might readily lead the un-
wary into the paths of temptationa temptation to abandon
the normal routine of day to day life and concentrate only
on "the horror now being enacted throughout the world,"
Danger signals have been raised by the director of the
National Conference of Christians and Jews, Dr. Everett R.
Clinchy. In a letter to the nationwide membership of the
National Conference, Dr. Clinchy stressed the importance of
keeping an eye on our own problems, which remain as pressing
as ever.
"We must not be diverted even by the war from the prob-
lems that press upon us for solution here." he said. "We
must prove that they can be solved by our democracy."
All of the old proplems are still with us. All the seeds of
discord whose harvest Europe is reaping are here and need only
fertile soil and cultivation to quicken into growth.
To prevent these seeds from taking root in a moment of
war-nurtured negligence America must now, more than ever,
guard her democracy with a jealous *ye. A European war is a
ready-made instrument upon which the forces of discord in
this country may too easily play.
Social changes are speeded up in every crisis. In a time
of world disturbance, when large-scale human suffering shocks
the callous indifference of men, It behooves us all to take
stack of our benfits under a democracy and to see that those
benefits remain intact.
The only way the American way of life has and will con-
tinue to be a beacon light for all the world to see is through
constant work to maintain that way of life. Not for one instant
must we here in America relax our vigil. The opportunity to
display coolness under fire has never confronted us more force-
fully. To permit the undermining of our democratic principles
of lving while war wages across th* seas would be well nigh
fatal.
Let it never be said that Americans have let their house
burn down watching a fire in their neighbor', barn.
The late Dr. Sigmund Freud's pessimism with regard to
Jewish affairs, which created such a furore among readers of
his recent book on Moses, really was an old and consistent
streak in the founder of modern psychoanalysis. Evidence
of this is revealed in two personal letters prized by Louis
Rittenberg, executive and literary editor of the Universal Jew-
ish Encyclopedia, the first of whose ten volumes is about to be
issued in New York. ... A decade ago Rittenberg, then an
edltot of the American Hebrew, had occasion to invite Freud to
participate in a symposium on the Jewsh question, but Papa
Frued replied: "I am no more adherent of the Jewish reli-
gion than of any other. .Reference to this in your columns
might create uneasiness among your readers". Undaunted,
Rittenberg, then urged Freud to reconsider, and advised him
that the resident of the U. S. would be among those repre-
sented in the symposium. But Frued, no respecter of rank,
bluntly wrote back: "The fact that President Herbert C. Hoover
will be among your contributors makes it not the least easier
for me to comply". Several years later, with the shadow of
Hitlerisro already clouding the German horizon, Rittenberg
oiai* a- u. wiiuiuhms -o -... onP(, again sought to enlist Freud's counsel together with that
appointed for the second year, but Qf hosts of other internationallv influential minds. But
nothing wah done in **< Professor Freud's characteristic handwriting, under date of
to the Jax situation. 1 our reporter
is positive that the Jax Lodge j August 8. 1932, reflected the same unwavering pessimism. .
would accept and appreciate the "Notwithstanding my sympathy for our people." he wrote, "I
must confess an inability to aid you in the guidance and
stimulation which you seek to bring to them in these times of
Btreess. Tt is not my line (this sentence was in English). .
My endeavors always have been negatively critical, conducive
to the shattering of pet illusions and offering nothing that is
helpful to the masses". .
Sholom Lodge's A D. Commit-
tee has been meeting at frequent
intervals recently. Under the able
chairmanship of Bro. Harry Sim-
onhoff, ohis committee has been
handling real problems with in-
telligence and fisesse. The hature
of the work, of neceshity, pre-
vnts any publicity concerning the
specific problems dealt with by
this body.
As an offer of constructive
criticism your writer woull sug-
gest that we have more coopera-
tion between the State A. D- Com-
mittee and the Sholom Lodge A.
D. Committee.
A vital problem was confront-
ing both Miami and Jax Jewry,
and was in existence at the time
of the State Convention held Sep-
tember 3rd and 4th in Jax. A
State A. D. Committee was again
cooperation of the State A. D.
Committee in expediting a solu-
tion to the problem there. True,
it is a local matter which he local
Jax lodge would be able to cope
with, but this fact should not prt-
vent State A. D- action in the
matter. Although no action was
taken by the State A. D. Commit-
tee (composed of chairmen of lo-
cal lidgeh' A. D- Committees who
were present at the Jax Conven-
tion) it has been suggested by
Sholom Lodge's A. D. Committee
that the State Chairman investi-
gate the situation and inquire of
the Jax lodge whether any action
has been taken in the matter.
The brothers of Sholom Lodge
will be glad to know that Bro.
President Al Pallot hah returned
to the city from a vacation in
New England-
The new temporary meeting
place which is the lodge room of j
Biscayne Temple, local Masoniq prisoners.
Order, is beautiful and spacious. I treated nun
FOREIGN ECHOES
Did you notice that in all this Rumanian turmoil nothing
was heard of Magda Lupescu?. Apparently she's safe, but
:he story goes that the reason no attempt has been made on
her life is that she has twelve doubles who look and dress
exactly like her. ... So striking is the resemblance between
the twelve pseudo-Lupescus and Magda herself that even the
best-informed frequenters of the court no longer know which
is who. ... It's hard to believe, but those in the know whisper
that Dr.Hjalmar Schaeht, former head of the German Reichs-
bank, now in India, is financial advisor to the Bank of Eng-
land at a salary of $110,000 per year. When Hitler claims
that he is abiding by the international law regulations govern-
ing warfare lie forgets, among other things, that those rules
prohibit racial or religious discrimination in the treatment of
. The fact is that Polisr Jewish prisoners are
i worse by the Nazis than are the non-Jewish
The brothers who missed the pre-
vious meeting should attend the
next one. Sholom Lodge should
selet and vote on a permanent
meeting location in order to as-
sure a larger attendance ao fu-
ture meetings.
Council Notes
Mrs- Maurice Goldman, national
president of the National Council
of Jewish Women, will be the
guest of the Miami Section, Sun-
day November 5th and Monday
November 6th. Mrs. Monte Selig.
chairman of service to foreign
born, is general chairman of ar-
rangements fot) Mrs- Goldman's
Stay in Miami. Monday November
6th, the concluding events of *he
national president's stay will take
place at a membership tea. All
organizations are requested to
please take note of this date and
to not plan or have any affairs
at this time-
Poles. Neal O'Hara, who knows what he's talking about,
confides tha< Malcolm MacDonald, England's Colonial Secre-
tary, is Neville Chamberlain's pet, and the only member of the
Cabinet who enjoys the umbrella man's full confidence. .
Which means that MacDonald was playing Chamberlain's game
at the time of the White Paper on Palestine. The European
censorship, which is very rigid even in the democratic countries
these days, suppressed the story of the attempt of five German
pursuit planes to shoot down the Swedish plane in which the
Thomas Mann family was traveling to London. .
THIS AND THAT
We hope youdidn't miss the news story about the saving
of the Torah of Passaic 's Temple Emanuel, which recently was
destroyed by fire. The man who saved it was Father Wil-
liam V. Dunn, pastor of the nearby St. Nicholas Roman Catho-
lic Church. Father Dunn suffered severe burns on the arm.
Hollywood has a number of poker clubs where many of
the high-salaried screen actors, directors and producers play
waakly. The "kitty," which amounts to big money, is use "
to bring refugees into this country. "Address Unknown,"
that gem of anti-Nazi literature, will be produced in play form
this year. Scallions to those advocates of the embargo
whose propaganda in Jewish circles is based on the argument
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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORID! AN
FBIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
625 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-132S
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-1013
DAILY SERVICES
Shachrihs mornings at 8:00 a.
m.. Saturday at 8.30 p. m.
Miiedha daily at 5:45 p. m.
day and Saturday at 5.30 p. m.
Maariv daily at 6:25 p. m. Sat-
urday at 6:35 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday after-
noon at 5:45 p. m. Rabbi Meschel.
off will preach on the "Portion of
the Week"
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
REGISTRATION
The official registration for
both daily and Sunday classes of
our Religious School will take
place next Sunday morning Oc-
tober 8th, from 10 to 12. Parents
are asked to bring children at this
time for registration and infor-
mation as to clashT teacher, etc.
Our daily school is organized
on a five year basis, instructors
ments- No admission charge. All
interested men and women are
cordially welcome.
SISTERHOOD MEETING
The first Sisterhood meeting of
the new year will be held Monday
night at 8 p. m. in th synagogue.
Mrs. B. H. London will preside
Plans for the new year will be
BAR MITZVA
Mr. and Mrs- Henry Leibson in-
vite their friends to attend the
Bar Mitzva ceremony of their son,
Irving, which will take place at
our synagogue this Saturday
morning- The Rabbi will speak to
the boy after the Haftorah.
Strictly Confidential
made bad guns and ammunition.'
cried one Nazi pupil. That'i
right," approved Hitler. .
Scranton, a Catholic institution of
learning. Eddie Cantor will
not be heard on the radio this
cause the Jews were traitqrs," year because he refuses to give
up his independence and his right
to express himself on subjeots
near to his heart. George Jes-
sel is very proud these days be-
cause Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt has
agreed to call him George. .
The plum of directing the new
play by Clare Booth (she's the
contributed another youngster.
. "Excellent," commented the
Fuehrer. Then another little
boy stood up to give his theory.
. Because of the Jewish Gen.
crals." he announced. Hitler s
brow darkened. "Germany
had no Jewish generals." he re-
proved-
I know that," said' author of "The Women") goes to
(Continued from Page 3)
that the lifting of the embargo: sj(je
would mean the entry of the U. S. j
the little realist. ... "I meant
the Jewish generals on the other
Promulgated. Reports of various int0 tne war> and that the fihal
committees will be tendered. A
cultural program including a talk
by our rabbi, melodies by our can-
tor, and a classical piano and vio-
lin program by Mr. and Mrs.
Swift will follow after the meet-
ing. All women are invited to this
initial meeting.
HABANOTH
The Miami Beach Habanoth
celebrated Succoth with a party i
result of our participation in the
war will be a great disillusion-
ment in which the Jews will be-
come the scapegoats. Why do
some of the psycoanalysts who
privately state that Hitler shows
all the symptoms of insanity re-
fuse to write their opinion for
publication? One of these
medical top.notchers refused
$5,000 for an article on this
m our synagtogue Succoth last [ theme. l-eonard Lyons tells
Monday night. Discussion of the us that the speeches of Coust
holiday with its symbols, cere- Jerzy Potocki. Polish Ambassador
being Cantor Maurice Mamches monise and meanings, was led by I to the u- S-, are so swe11 because
they are written by Dorothy
Thompson. Now that they are
celebratine some in the movie industry it might
hp rememberd that "Cohen at
Coney Island" was the first Key.
stone c
were
and Miss Sonia Shpall. Beginning, the Rabbi. Refreshments
with the alphabet it advances supplied by members,
through the study of Hebrew to| The next meeting of the HaU.
the study of the Bible is the last noth will be held at the svnaeogue
*-* ----------- VUA1.1. _i_ _____i.i
two years. Yiddish is also taught
in the final grade.
next Monday night at 7 p. m. All
girls between the ages of 12 and
Our Sunday Sessions will in-' 16 intei'^^ in joining this club
elude the first two years of ajare ,nvited
High Sciu, ,i division to give I WEDDING
opportunity for hoys and girls! The wedding of Mr. Louis Baida
who have gn from Bc. and .Miss Anna Blacker will be
credited Sunay Schools. or who solemnized at our synagogue this
are beyond the average Sunday1 Sunday evening at C p. m. The
School age, to continue their ceremony will be performed by our
studies and interests in things i Rabbi with the assistance of our
Jewish. A splendid staff of teach, j Cantor. Instrumental music will
ers has been engaged for the en-j be played during the
suing semester which will be the and afterwards,
of the longest of our career, end.
ing Sunday, May 26th.
We urge all parents to register
ceremony
their children this Sunday morn-
ing to avoid confusion.
MIZRACHI OF MIAMI BEACH
TO MEET
The opening meetihg of the sea-
son of the Miami Beach Mizrachi
will take place this Saturday
night at 8 p. m. A number of im-
portant reports will be made.
Those wishing to have their JNF
boxes emptied are asked to bring
Kalstein will give a report on JNF
Box work. Mr. M. Feit will report
on the sale of Mizrachi trees.
An exceptional program of vo-
cal ahd instrumental music will!
include selections by our own can-1
tor. and violin asd piano duets by'
Mr. and Mrs. Swift, formerly the''
directors of the Viennese Conser.,
vatory of Music. Ample refresh-
REFUA SHLAYMO
We wish a speedy recovery to
our dear member and the presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi. Dr. B. De Koven, who is in
a hospital in Chicago under ob-
servation. May he come back to
us in perfect health soon, please
G.d.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
in memory of Mr. Morris Silver-
man, former mayor of Florida
City, will take place this Sunday
-00 p.m. at the Woodlawn
GIGG1 E DEP '! rMENT
Going 1
is worth |( fits
in k> well
. Hitler, it ap-
pears, a Berlin classroom
and asked the little Nazis whether
they knew why Germany lost the
last war. "Because the Jews
officiate wjth the
Cantor Mamches.
assistance of
tf
Do You
Own
Yeur Home?
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO.
INC.
37th St. and Normal Ave.
CHICAGO, ILL.
Delieioai Corned Beef
Pickled, Cooked and Smoked
Meats
DEMAND IT PROM YOUR
DELICATESSEN
Now Obtainable Every-
where ia Plorida
There never wit a better time
man now to uuim on*
The Liberal Financing ThrouBh
Federal Housing
Administration
Makei K Postiblo
Give me a cmll and I win nadir
Ible Information aa to lu plan.
H. SIMONS
c"r*iJ1<5keiTyr0.<,,nB14.oney
ration* 9-3151
YOUNG RABBI
37 years old, married, two chil-
dren, well versed in Yiddish
and Erurlish: 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.
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GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION w
ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM Ph. 5-1812
515 WASHINGTON AVENUE
563 COLLINS AVENUE
JACKS
LLE'S
LEADING HOTEL
CVa/crfi* *. r
COMFORT SSSfJa
hover. eoH water,
radio, and Ye.tlian blind*. Every bed
wrtw lnn.reprlng mattreaa and reading
lamp. Running ice water out very floor.
OPULAR-MtlCED
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
COFFEE SHOP
Otker J. t Peawd Holed
Hel.l rette.-Ceotte.ooe. Hot.I DeSero-So.e...l
ABOUT PEOPLE
It's high time that some of the
would-he connoisseurs of Holly-
wood took notice of the greatest
town looking for a job. His
of European actors, now in the'r
hame is Albert Bassermas, and
he's an Aryan who stood up
against Hitler. Benno Frank,
formerly of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, and the director of a spright.
ly Palestine review, has accepted
the Post of Professor of Theatri-
cal Science at the University of
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MOHEL
PHONE 2-0S28
300 V W. Kith Ave.
Dr. Otto Preminger, formerly of
Vienna, where he was associated
with Max Reinhardt. When
MOM refused to pay Ben Hecht
$6,000 a week, on the grounds
thai, j-.ch a salary was too big he
accepted a contract at $50,000 a
scenario. "He wrote the
scenarios for "Let Freedom Ring"
and "Lady of the Tropics" in ex-
actly five weeks, which makes his
compensation $20,000 a week.
Irving Jaffe, undefeated Olym-
pic ice-skating champion, has ac-
cepted the job of press agent for
the Sons of Liberty. .
WOLPERT'
\ Furniture*
bargains!
"We Aetut-e To Be Undersold"
155 W. FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 3-4132
a>*ia.i i i i i i i t .(! t i
WANTED! A NAME
T-a\ Awi&uui 6. kewett Daify Stheamlined "Beat*
$650 in CASH PRIZES
KKSKrata re
the A,.fln.c8f0n tIr.aboSt.?ece",ber h I939- will be operated by
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and the Florida F.aM (,t R-iU-aT
PredenrnickZr^i> p"t Penn^Tia R* StSfSSSSj
Floridn\tS* Potomae. Ra'lroad. Now, in advance of the
fhisrnewSsTrn\.&n,ng '" ^'^ is nted for
With These Hikts It's Easy To Win!
Aaurlre't newest snd imerttat K....-11.... .._. .
bat Mi>

reu, tot recrosuoul p.-,., ciub-lB
.. eed
Tne prulertlon i,( eut.imstlr llinell
1 train eontrsl ore* tbe only double ire.*.
v hetweeu New Tot. end
MUau Low coach feres.
JUST FOLLOW THESE FEW SIMPLE JUtliS
1. Sufg-e.it mm-' VM the arromp.nt-
Inr mtr farm. Imludins not m.-rr Ib.n ?l
urd< upl.inni* nuw toe mm uil"n
No iue"J tmni will be r. Iden
restoae for tbst neme ere uieloded l"
mat idm- robmltted b] liu 0
2. addreee eoaUBunlcel uiu to '
Jml|r. A1 litilr>'.l in-1 Ibe
. Een roeei Bellwe] 1
. .. \ :*. A.I
dellren 1 r hear Pt r to uiidnlisiit
Turedey. OetObH W, II '
S. Twen'.s-rtchl P'lM U> be ewerd.d:
Fint Prir. ............1300.00
Steed Prlre .......... 150.00
Third Prire ............ 75.00
25 Prliei et $5.00 eerh 125.00
Creed Tetel ...........1650.00
The person who. In Ibt opinion "f Hit Con-
Met Judge*, eubmlte tbe best uea.e (wbctbtr
u.-d for thle treln or noli end iht BOM *.
proprlste reoeoo for eu.-h neme. wl" '"
mi led riret Prise. Beoood. Third end oUi
prttee win be .w.r.'t.l in ihe order of tne
.. M for 'lit neme
,. ,ltttrmintl hy Uie Jud.-.. .i.;l
Iht -imi- neme Ihet "i"-
. ii-- I'lr.i Prbte wtsner. la _
I
;ih tin- he wrdi
I :. kU ,1. 11 :u ul Iks Judjee
Mil be BneJL
4. All nsistl end iufttloni eulmilttetl
1 1 -. eeitj st the Atlei.il.- "
Line K. slds Bsst OessJ Bsll-
wei : 1 n.> I* used by them lndlfiaueJU
.-r > .ritly.
5 s a itn.wle.tomtnu or return or 00m-
BMnlestlone will i> made.
t. Prluw will be ewerdtd bj Noeemhtr
1. 1KJ.
7t ENTRY BlAUK-AbttoftoMf]
To The CONTIST JUDGES of the Atlantic Coast Lin* Railroad j
and tie Florida East Coast Railway. 16 East 44th Street. Now York
I iKfaeit the name.
ATLANTIC
COAST LINE
RAILROAD
MAIl THIS COUPON TODAY!
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FRIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
mt4
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
DIVINE SERVICES
Shimini Azereth services will
be held I Wednesday evening : 6:15 P- m. and Thursday morn-
ing at 9 a. m. Rabbi KeUner will
preach atlO:30 a. m. on "Live and
Help Live" Yizkor services will
be held at 10:45 followed by the
chanting of the Geshem service.
Mincha services will be at 5
KeUner will speak in Yiddish,
p. m. and at 5:30 p. m. Rabbi
Maariv will be at 6:30 p. m. to be
followed by the Hakofoth which
will again be conducted with a
traditional merrymaking and joy.
Parehts are requested to bring
along their children so that they
too, may rejoice with the Law.
THE BOOK ON THE SWORD
In line with the splendid policy
introduced last year, our Ladies
Auxiliary once more began a ser-
ies of cultural activities designed
to give the Jewish women of our
community an opportunity to en-
rich themselves culturally and
spiritually. In addition to the very
fini '.mis at the regular
meetings it was decided to
plement the same with gatherings
of purely cultural nature.
An 'her new unity within the
Congregation is the recently
formed Literary group which aims
to give our women an opportunity
to acquaint themselves with many
fine English books on Jewish in-
terests. This group will meet in
private homes where the members
themselves as well as guest
speakers will review literary
masterpieces of Jewish interest.
The books to be real this month
are "Mr- Emanuel" by L Golding
and "A Peculiar Treasure" by E.
Ferber- In this age of barbaric
blooashed we again want to dem-
onstrate the lasting truth taught
by our sages that the "Book" and
the "Sword" cannot go together.
The nations that live by the sword
also bum books, whilst we who
never lived by the sword cling to
ourb books.
pected that the largest registra-
tion in our History will be
achieved- Parents are urged to be
prompt and bring their children
without delay.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Over one hundred children Ken
Yirbu, were registered in our Re-
ligious school in connection with
eur Sukkos Party last Sunday
morning. Registration will con-
tinue this coming Sunday at the
Y. M. H. A. building where regu-
lar classes will be neld at tne same
time.
TALMUD CLASS
The Talmud group will meet
for the first time this season on
Shmini Azereth in the afternoon
a 4:30 p. m. The. group chose the
Tracttte of Koddushim to be
studied this year.
CAFETERIA SUPPER
PLANNED
The first Fall function of our
Lad es Auxiliary will be the an-
nual cafdteria supper which is
scheduled for Sunday evening
October l">th and will be held in
the Y. M. II. A. A fine supper
will be served at m ist reasonable
. Details of the event will
be announced irv the next issue.
Federation next week.
Dr. Harold Rand, "Y" Home
Camp doctor sure fixed himself
up a beautiful office in the Du
Pont building.
Watch for the Y. W. H. A. Box
Supper and Dance. Sunday Octo-
ber 29. it promises to outdo any
affair they have previously pre-
sented.
"Lifeguard Lou" Safan has been
sick abed the past week, but is
now convalescing.
ORLANDO NEWS
SERVICES
Regular Sukkos Services Thurs-
day and Friday morning.
SUKKOS PARTY
Under the Chairmanship of
Mrs. Herbert Talisman, member
of the Religious School Board of
the Congregation a beautiful Suk-
kah was decorated for the party
to be held Sunday at 7 p. m. for
the entire community. There will
be singing, refreshments, recita-
tionh and a special Sukkos story
by Rabbi Skop.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Congregation Ohev Shalom an-
nounced its Faculty th;s week as
follows:
condTtiok^d
iPfflflm* jaw
Kit;; I
uu
1:3 3,i
'.SONVIUE'S
RGEST and
NEST HOTEL
300 Rcoml
300 Bollii
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
HEBREW SCHOOL
All classes in our Talmud Torah
have been reopened and it is ex-
(Contjsued frim Page 8)
ton way and is feeling fit as a
fiddle and ready to undertake tht
arduous duties of presiding officer
of the Y. M. H- A. Glad to see
you back Al.
Isidore Rathaus, an ardent
member of the Jr. "Y" is laid up
in bed with an attack of pneu-
monia. Hurry and get well Isi-
dore.
Dr. Samuel Btckman has been
appointed chairman of a member-
ship dues drive due to get under
way within the month-
The Finance Committee of the
"Y" consisting of Herman Waits-
retiring in the wee hours due to
retiring is the wee hours due to
the preparations of the budget
which is to be submitted to the
JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA
Convtnlcatlv locattd In tht
downtown builntn, llioppinq, and '
tcr dnvict Every Itom Mi tHltltda roo*n
(no cowl) with prlrttt baaS, ctoulti.na,
in m*v, adio, (ti and bad fttdlnt,
Uao. SbKtt otrlat, WwaJB tad
a**. Soamiar eaiiint aw) Mf*io* ia
Tin Pw> am ) Tiit RtfttWoiM.
Ox Lobby, Dioinj *,
LauBit, BM ad all pabiic mai an caaatamlr
,J..-.d. Mat Am Ml of
Gil a* Rooau *ft indltdaelly air eon.
d.aaotdno rt>/cJ*t J tit froai
M (Mat nm to tnotbo. Tab aiodra,
hai* lMore ol TKt RooataoU.
Diiv* yovr autoowbilt into tat
Hottl Roaiotll Gtrtjt, wbick a
Vastly cormtcltd ii oat Lobby.
AH 0iid* Room No Court
a Cirrulatiaa. let Wottt
Tub otd Showtr
In E*T Raom
fngo
Kindergarten, Miss Patricia
Nadler: Primary Classes, Miss
Beatrice Lieberman, NYU; Junior
Classes, Miss Irene Braverman,
FSCW; InteL-mediate Class. M)r.
Arthur Skop, Great Lakes Col-
lege; Senior Group, Mr. Abe Meer
of Winter Park. U. of Syracuse
and Rollins College; High Schoolt
Mr. Myer Segal. U. of Florida;
Music.Assembly, Mrs. Al Prince,
pianist.
Rabbi Skop will meet with the
teachers every week at his home
for discussions on text material,
pedagogy, and current educa-
tional problems.
Members of the School Board
include: Mrs. Gus Bear. Text
books; Mrs. Lohis Ja^ob, Finance;
Mrsi Morris Teter,f>aum, Atten-
dance; Mrs. Herbert Talisman,
Holiday Celebrations.
Registration will continue until
Oct. 10th.
MAZEL TOV
Heartiest congratulations to the
parents and loved ones of Rose
Lee Feigenbaum of St. Augustine
and Nathan Ben Gold of Sarasota
who were joined in marriage by
Rabbi Skop and Cantor Leshinsky
at a private altar wedding last
Sunday. A kiddush was held fol-
lowing the ceremony at the home
of the president of Congregation
Ohev Shalom, Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Cohen.
COLLEGE STUDENTS LEAVE
The following Orlandoans have
left for studies: Shirley Braver-
man to Tallahassee, FSCW; Hin-
dalyn Kottleman to Athens. Ga.,
U. of Ga.; Ansel Wittenstein to
Gainesville. U' of F.; Orwin. Lie-
berman to Gainesville. U. of F.;
Mary Blattner to Athens, Ga., U.
of Ga.; George Wolly to Gaines-
ville. U. of F.; Marjorie Frankel
to Rollins College, Winter Park.
NEW MEMBERS
We heartily welcome to our
midst Mr. and Mrs- Nirenberg of
Mt. Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. D-
Cohen of Miami. Also Mr- and
Mrs. Chas. Margolis and Dr. San-
ford Zieve of Cleveland.
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FRIDAY, OCT. 8TH, 1939

.
CHARGE POLISH CONSULATE
IN PARIS REJECTS JEWISH
VOLUNTEERS
Paris (WNSJ The services of
Polish Jewish citizens, who had
offered to join the Polish Legion
in France, were being turned down
by the Polish Consulate, according
to charges voiced in the newspaper
L'Ocdre which published a letter
revealing that many Jewish stu-
dents and intellectuals of Polish
citizenship had been rejected be-
cause they were Jewish- The letter
expressed the hope that "this
manifestation by minor officials
and asked: "Why should not com.
petent Jewish authorities put an
since the present situation in Po-
land is such as not to permit the
Polish Consulate in Paris to in-
dulge in racial discrimination."
The charges were voiced following
a decree issued by the Polish Am-
bassador which called for the com.
pulsory registration of all Poles in
France between the ages of 17
and 45 for service in the Polish
Legion.
Jews Drafted
For Forced Labor
(Continued from Page 1)
dam report stated further that
German exporters were offering
merchandise to firms in the
Netherlands at 50 per cent less
than pre-war prices and were
ready to sell in great quantities
even articles needed in Germany.
Anti-Nazi boycott organizations
in France, working along the
lines being followed by boycott
arc engaged in a world-wide
organizations in> the United States,
'pjropagjanda scheme to be icon-
ducted in all neutral countries
with a view to counteracting ex-
pansion of German trade-
London (WNS)Morris C.
American Jewjsh Joint Distribu.
Tropper. European director of the
Lord Reading and others on the
tiore Committee, this week con-
ferred with Sir Herbert Emerson,
Refugee question.
The interior vjew of the new home of the Dade Federal Savings ALoan Association.
SLOVAKIAN JEWS WILL BE
FORCED TO SELL LAND U*
EXCESS OF 15 ACRES
Bratislava (WNS)Jews in
Slovakia will be forced to sell
all land except fifteen acres as a
result of a new land reform bill
just introduced in the Slovak Par-
liament. Another law passed in
Par] ament decrees that all Slo-
vaks, including Jews who settled
in Slovakia prior to October 30,
1918. will be regarded citizens of
the SSlovak Republic
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Shanghai (WNS)Several lin.
ers carrying hundreds of German
Jewish refugees are said to be
overdue on their scheduled calls
at Shanghai a cording to refugee-
aid circles here which expressed |
concern over the fate of the pas-
sengers. No news has been re-
cived here as t i the wherabouts
of th 1 ners, Potsdam, Elbe, Co-
burg and Nordmark. It is believed
that they are being held in a neu-
tral port.
Statement of the Ownerthip. Manage-
ment, Circulation. Etc.. Required by
the Acts of Congreas of Auguat 24,
1912, and March 3, 1933, of the Jew.
Ish Floridian, publiahed weekly at
Miami. Florida, for Octooer 3. 1939.
State of Florida, County of Dade. ss.
Before me, -\ notary nubile In and
for the Itate and county aforesaid.
personally appeartd Fred K. Shochet,
. n dul] sworn accord-
NEWS TOWER
lng to law. deposes and says that he
Is the manager of the Jewish Flori-
dian and that the following: Is. to the
best of his knowledge and belief, a
true stutment of the ownership, man.
age-ment (and If a dally paper, the
circulation,) etc., of the aforesaid
publication for the date shown In the
above caption, required by the act of
August M, 1312. as amended by the
act of March 3, 1933, embodied in
section 537. 1'ostal Laws and Kegula.
tions, printed on the reverse of this
form, to-wlt
1. That the names and addresses
of the publisher, editor, managing
editor, and business managers are:
l'ul.llshlrFred K. Shochet. P. O.
(ipx 8971, Miami. Fla.
Managing EditorFred K| Khach-
P. O. Box 2973. Miami. Fla.
Business managerFred K. Sliooh.
Kst.it.' of J. Louis Shochet. P ri
baa IST8, Miami. Fla.. Ethel Shochet
administratrix, P. O. box 2973, Miami'
Fla.
2. That the owner Is: (If owned
by a corporation, Its name and ad.
dress must be stated and also lm.
mediately thereunder the names and
addresses of stockholders owning or
holding one per cent or more of total
amount of stock. If not owned by \
cor|M>ration. the names and addresses
of the individual owners must bo
given. If owned by a firm, company,
or other unincorporated concern, its
ame and address, as well as th of each Individual member, must be
given.)
J. I*iuls Shochet. P. O. box 297:,
Miami. Fla.
3. That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security hold,
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
more of total amount of bonds, mort.
gages, or other securities are: .If
there are none, so state.)
None.
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the own-
ers., stockholders, and security hold-
era. If any. contain not only the list
of stockholder* and security holders
as they appear ui>on the books of
the company but also. In cases where
I the stockholder or security holder ap-
pears upon the books of the compi
as trustee or in any other fiduciary
i th.- name of the person or
ill for whom such trustee Is
| .- gl\ ,ii; also that the said
oontaln statement*
bracing affiant's full knowledge
and bel < .^ to tho circumstances
n i conditions under whloh atockbi
and security holders who do not
appear upon the books of the com*
y as trustees, hold stock and -
curltlei In a capacity other than that
Of S bona fide owner; and this affiant
has no reason to believe that any
other person, association, or corpora-
tion has any interest direct or Indirect
In the said stock, bonds, or other se-
curities than as so stated by him.
5. That the average number of
copies of each Issue of this publica-
tion sold or distributed through thn
malls or otherwise (to paid subscrib-
ers during the twelve months pre-
ceding the date shown above Is (This
Information Is required from dally
publications only.)
FRED K. SHOCHET.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 4th day of October. 1938.
A. O. DUNHAM.
Notary Public. State of Florida at
Large.
My commission expires Mar. H. 1941.
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FRIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939
THE JEWISH rLOMDlAH
I'AGE SEVEN
Dade Federal
Moves To
New Home
-w
Dado Federal Savings and Loan
\--..nation of Miami has tripled
STORED GOODS HELD DUTY
FREE AT STATEN ISLAND
AWAITING ARRIVAL OF
REFUGEES
New York (WNS)Household
gpnds of |2.160 GJfWait-JOTfpht
families, estimated to be valued at
its quarters with the completion moro than 3.000.000. are being
of a new building at 46 N- E. stored in the New York Foreign
First avenue, corner of First i Trade Zone, a free port, at Sta-
gtreet. pleton, S. I., pending the arrival
Of institut onal modern archi- f their owners, most of whom
;< ture,
the building was remod-
, i at a coat of $86,000.
spacious quarters of its
ai-f in Cuba and England await
inir permission to outer the Unitl I
States, it was learned here.
..fully modern structure at Goods may enter the zone duty
g k First ave. and Fkrat Bt., pro. free anil be kept there indefinite!;
vision has been made to handle at a nominal storage charge of $">
indicated volume of expanding monthly ifor ea.(h lift-van. The
business. "ana average one to a family.
Forward looking Joseph M. Lip- j Since many of the owners will
ton is pros all alert to needs and possibilities States for at least two years due
of Miami- are: Leo Robinson, vice to quota regulations, and others
president; Rufus H. Daniel, vice are stall in Germany, making it
president; Gus Fuep. attorney;', uncertain whether they will ever
Will S. Lndsley, director; G- A. be able to reach New York, the j ^.^ jn ^ rf piivim..,t. h(.
Price, director; Charles Bcatty., zone operators ape faced with a w. p(,rmit no rcfagee {o |osp h ,
Joseph M- Lipton, president of the Dade Federal Sav.
ings and Loan Association.
Leo Robinson, vice president of the Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associat.on.
director; Irwjn M. Cassel, direc-
tor; M. Krieger. director; Henry
E. Wolff, secretary; Clarence
Feuer, assistant secretary.
No effort or expense was payable when thoy accrue
spared to make the structure com-
fortable and harmonious for pa-
serious problem. 'property because ot temporary in-
Harrv (". Shanks, operator of .... ,
ability to pay the storage f esi
the zone has said, however, that M_. ^.^ ;(]so ^ hat h(.
! alth"fh .larKerLLn thllre .*!!! would put the goods up for forced
sale unless ho was compelled to
and
the goods may be sold at public (lo so bt,cause of the (le.lth (lf th(.
owner. There have boon only two
trons. Windows are unusually and our attractive dividend poli- gucn cgsta so ,.,,.
large, permitting a max mum of ciesour organization has out-
daylight, the air cooling system is grown its facilities in a br ef span'
one that has proven especially ef- of five years
ficient in this area, the lighting
-i
is the latest, shadowless. semi-
indirect type- The ceiling is sound.
SEEK TO CONTACT RELA-
TIVES ABROAD
Paris (WNS)The Association
In our new home at 45 N. K.
First ave.. at the corner of First 0f p0Hsh .lows in France, n coop.
st., we have made allowances for eration with the Rod Cross, has
abscX-b hg facciustone. iTho color j further growth and progress. We begun compilation of information
harmony inside is unobtrusively have studied and affected effici- fviand whose fate is unknown. In-
beautifulfrom (the handsome ent office arrangements designed on the whereabouts of Jews in
walnut wainscoting to the modern. to serve our patrons even more stpuctions made pubic by the as.
deign of the bank fixtures and i promptly We have endeavored to sociation advised persons seeking
- H
the unique terrazzo floor. Special
lighting is built into the tellers'
windowsa new development
whereby the customer may easily
observe his transaction and to
provide excellent lighting for the
teller as well.
In the swift span of five years
the Dade Federal has grown from
hopeful infant to full grown power
of a $3,000,000 financial institu-
tion, substantial evidence that con-
fidence which its founders had in
the community was justified.
Joseph M. Lipton, very active in
Jewish communal affairs, is presi-
dent of Dade Federal, and in re-
viewing the past five year growth
of the oranization points to the
amazhg progress it has made. He
stated "that only five years ago
the Federal Home Loan Bank sys-
tem granted a charter to a small
group of Miami businessmen and
the Dade Federal Savings and
I-oan association began opera-
tions. How well I recall our f'rst
month's activity. We obta'ined
about 175 shareholders and three
borrowers during that month. To.
day we are responible to 3,600
shareholders and 1.140 borrowers
have made loans with this insti-
oution. Is it any wonder that our
Present facjlif.es have become
congested and a new. larger place
of bus.ness becomes necessary.
Few businesses (^in pdinit to;
such amazing growth within so
short a period, particularly a con-
servative business such ah oural
must necessar.ly be. And while I
am extremely grateful for the ef-]
forts of our efficient personne
toward the success of the Dade\
Federal. I am just as positive that
it is the principle upon which all
federal savings and loan associa-
tions are founded, which is direct-
ly responsible for the long strides
we, and many other federals have
made
I reiterate my opinion that, be-
cause of these servicesour expe-
dient, economical lending policies
make our building a handsome one their relatives in Poland to submit
an asset to the beautiful city of to the organization's office the
Miami- .last address of the.missing rela-
I am grateful to the people of tive. The Red Cross will then
Dads county who have made our j make an effort to establish the
ambitions become reality, and I person's present whereabouts. It
sincerely hope you will enjoy the, js expected that several week's
new facilities we have provided for | time will be raquircd to make,
'ontaet with persons being sought.

Officers of the Dade Federal are Henry E. Wolff, secretary
and Clarence Feuer, assistant secretary.
serv:


New Home of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assoeiation of Miami
45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street
Joseph M. Upton, President


PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH TLOUDIAH
FRIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
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 Service*
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School9:00
m., to 12:00.
SHMINI-ATZEKKS
Due to the extensive program
at our Institution this coming
year, it is imperative that pa-
rents bring their children to reg-
ister. Classes for children between
the ages of 4 to 18 are being
inaugurated. The details of the
Curriculum will be outlined next
week.
TALMUD-TORAH
The Hebrew classes for the new
semester whll begin this Monday
at 3:15. Children a*e asked to
come to the office to register. I
It is due time for the parents I
against the Jitterbugs and the
Royals oppose the Warriors. Come
up to the Miami Recreation Alleys
any Thursday evening at 8 p. m.
and watch the boys in action. Well
All Rite Then. When Manager
Jack Apte organized this league
he sure promoted something that
promises- to give a greater num-
ber of members an opporturj ty
toparticipatc than any sport ever
sponsored by the organization.
Come out and see the crowds
for yourself.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
FEDERATION MEETING
Our Executive Director has been
working hard burning the mid-
night oil in preparing data to be
submitted to the Federation. The
Budget Committee of the Federa-
tion will consider our Budget
very shortly with a view of mak-
ing a definite allocation to the
"Y". We hope the Federation will
take into consideration the splen-
did progress that was made in
the "Y" during the past year and
give us the amount that we would
like to have and urgently need.
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
R4BSI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
630 N. E. 31st St.2-B548
MIAMI
RABBI JACC8 H. KAPLAN. Ph. O
69S6 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
MIAMI BEACH
Either or b.>th of the RubMs will be In the Temple every morning.
Y.ou may oontult with them on matters concerning the Jewls eommu.
nlty. or yeu personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hairing anil advice, and. needless to say. each matter will be held in
hearing an
strict confidence.
Y. W. H. A. DIVISION
The concluding days of the I to realize the importance of the
"Feast of Tabernacles." will be
ushered in at the Beth David
Synagogue Wednesday evening at
6:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro will of-
ficiate, and Cantor Louis Hayman
will dhant the "Liturgic Melo-
dies."
"Yiscor." or Memorial Services,
will take place Thursday morning
at 9:45 a. m. Preceding the Mem-
orial Services, Rabbi Shapiro will
speak on the subject, "Scenes Out
of the past-"
SIMACH-TOKAH
"Simchas Torah. or "Rtjoic-
ing Over the Law," will be con-
quotation "The Study of Hebrew
as Precedence over Everything."
All parents are urged to remember
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening. Oct. 6th. 1939.
at 8:15 p. m.
Sermon: "In the Beginnihg,
God ." Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man.
Services will be conducted by
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan-
SISTERHOOD
A woman of valor, who shall
rn,- ,. r A woman ot valor, who snail
lnis division is now making \m L u
,ns for Rov *_ ._, JT* flnd: hcr Pr,ce ls far ab0Ve -
bies." Proverbs.
The first meeting of the Tem-
plans for a Box Supper and Dance
to be held at the "Y" on Sunday
that the Sunday "school" in 'itself V^*' t'tober 29th- Mrs A
is not sufficient. It is impossible Ve,bcrman- *neral chairman of
during the period of one and mlZl Cmm'"et' wl" na ub-
half hours per week, to learn all P'anS "** to hve the
the fundamentals of tile Jewish ,h' pi'e',ared Professor
religion. i a"'es Prepare a lunvh and bring ; u'ar meeting, had on its agenda
Sunday School should merely be t W^'T "?*" Jt wl" be sold
the supplement to the daily He- 1 bidder Tho ?ent,c-
brew School. We ask the parents !?" T* ^ 1U"Ch Wi" haVe
to take note of this vital fact. **"!. ** f *atine il with tht>
same. The proceeds of th:s affair
w'i'l go to the Library Fund.
Recently departed: Maurice
Pastroff. Charles Shield.
Yahrzcits: Katie Long Perlmas,
Viola I#taw.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
"Even the rebuilding of the
Temple in Jerusalem is not :is
important as the teaching of hil-
dren." Talmud-
Teachers in the Religious School
for the coming year are:
Mrs. I.eona Levin. Miss Edythe
Hollender. Mrs. I. L. Seligman,
Miss Harriet Damenstein, Miss
Dorothy I.ightman. Mrs. Maurice
Grossman. Mrs. Sadie Wcinborg.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
The series of the late Friday
ducted Thursday evening at 7:30. evening services will begin Fri-
Parents and children are welcome. day evening October 27 at 81",
Immediately after the services, the This will be the eighth consecutive
Beth Davd Sisterhood will serve series of the late Fiday evening
refreshments^ servkes ^ be conducte(J Rabbj
SLNDAY SCHOOL I Shapiro. A chcr of added voices,
The attendance at the Succos under the direction of Cantor
celebration th.s Sunday monlng,Louis Hayman will paricipate in
indicates a tremendous enrollment these services. Remember the
in the Beth David Sunday School date. Friday evening, October 27-
this semester. Official registration ; the last Friday of the month. The'
w.U take place October 8, at 10 j (names otf tye members of the
I'mmTJ* re<1U!Sted """ Beth avid Ch0ir wiU be mentioned
roll the'.r children at this time. next week.
JUNIOR DIVISION
iirossinan. rare.
pie Israel Sisterhood for the cur- ,, ,
, ,, ... Mrs. Jules Pearlman. Mrs. I. M.
rent season was held >!! Monday. ....... ,, ,
niu o i ,*, n.i r> : "eintstein. Mrs. Joel Belov. Mr.
October 2nd. 1939. The Board v
,. .. ... .... Nathan Zwitman. Mr David
Meeting, which preceded the reg- ,, ,
r reedman.
HEBREW CLASSES
the discussion of plans for the ,, ^
._-__ ti m i 'he registration in the Temple
coming year- The Temple Israel ,. ,,..,.
, Religious School thus year i- evi-
omp '" dent of the fact that parent- re-
Sisterhood tendered
mentary luncheon to its Board of
Directors.
THE Y. M. H.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
A.
in the contest:
Alois Riesner
Joel Diamond
Ethel Pont
Norman Stark
Jack Edelstein
Naomi Grossman
alize the importance of Jewish
education. We wish to Stl
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet presided however, the great opportuhity
' offered to parents to have their
children receive Hebrew instruc-
tion, under Temple auspices. Mr.
David Freedman. well-known He-
brew pedagogue, will condat He-
brew classes in our Temple on
Mondays and Wednesdays be-
tweeh 3:30 and 5.00 p. m. For
the convenience of members w
are residents of Miami Beach.
Mr. Freedman will also offer II
lirew courses <|n Tuesdays and
Thursdays between 3:30 and 5
over the general meeting which
was well attended. Featured was
a most interesting program in
the form of a "Fashjon Review"
presented by Mrs. Samuel Kan-
ner. Mrs. Kanner. the program
(chairman, also introduced Miaa
Renee Greenfield. elocittionist,
On Monday evening last. Irvin
Kesser. chairman of the Program
Committet, prepared a Professor
Qu,zz Contest which was ton-
ducted with Bernie Serkin as Quizz
Master. The following participated and Miss Ruth Wolkowsky, pia
nist. both of whom entertained
beautifully.
siastio leadership %nd Its coop-
i-s* of fulfilling its double duty of I p. m. at thp T ,
ass,stace to the Temple, and cul. tonsion ^ J n
ura, enlightenment of its mem. ,,,,, Scho, ,^^1 Ave
bers. and we urge all the latres Miami Beach P..... ,
Firat prl> W wo, by Norman the Congregation who have no- ~ fi2JEr5
*----------------------------^-^l^ ^ Sisterhood, to .ege of giving their child,
1 222 a,?-.lf!cer "r "" M *" Hebrew .dutioh.
RELIABLES LEAD "Y"
DUCKPIN LEAGUE
At the conclusion of two hectic
weeks of combat the Reliables
captained by Harry Schwartz find
themselves leading the "Y"
league with a toal of five wins
against one loss. Abe Winer,
leading scorer of the league, with
a hundred average for the six
games and Hal Levinson are re-
sponsible for this lead. Follow,
ing is the box score:
Abe Winer (Ro)................_.. 10
Al Berkowitz (Ro)................ yg
Hal Levinson (R).................... 97
Morry Wroobel (J)............... $r7
Abe Silver (W)........................ 97
Marty Milstein (W).............. 95
I
I
ROY ELKIN8
Announces the Opening of hla
STUDIO OF DRAMATIC AR'S
Class and Private Instruction
171 N. W. 3rd Street. Phone 2-47O0
CLASSES NOW FORMING
Abe Berkowitz (J)................ 93
George Weiss (Ro)................ 92
Walter Mackauf (J).............. 92
Harry Schwartz (R).............. 91
Standings
Team Won Lost
Reliables .................... 5 j
Royals ........................ 3 3
Jitterbugs .................. 2 4
Warriors................... 2 4
On Thursday, October 5th, the
leading Reliables are pitted
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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FRIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939 THE JEWISH rLOMDlAH I'AGE SEVEN Dade Federal Moves To New Home -w Dado Federal Savings and Loan \--..nation of Miami has tripled STORED GOODS HELD DUTY FREE AT STATEN ISLAND AWAITING ARRIVAL OF REFUGEES New York (WNS)—Household gpnds of |2.160 GJfWait-JOTfpht families, estimated to be valued at its quarters with the completion moro than §3.000.000. are being of a new building at 46 NE. stored in the New York Foreign First avenue, corner of First i Trade Zone, a free port, at Stagtreet. pleton, S. I., pending the arrival Of institut onal modern archi„f their owners, most of whom ;< ture, the building was remod, %  i at a coat of $86,000. spacious quarters of its ai-f in Cuba and England await inir permission to outer the Unitl I States, it was learned here. ..fully modern structure at Goods may enter the zone duty g K First ave. and Fkrat Bt., pro. free anil be kept there indefinite!; vision has been made to handle a t a nominal storage charge of $"> indicated volume of expanding monthly ifor ea.(h lift-van. The business. "ana average one to a family. Forward looking Joseph M. Lipj Since many of the owners will ton is pros


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PAGE SIX nflMMMtf FRIDAY, OCT. 8TH, 1939 CHARGE POLISH CONSULATE IN PARIS REJECTS JEWISH VOLUNTEERS Paris (WNSJ— The services of Polish Jewish citizens, who had offered to join the Polish Legion in France, were being turned down by the Polish Consulate, according to charges voiced in the newspape r L'Ocdre which published a letter revealing that many Jewish students and intellectuals of Polish citizenship had been rejected because they were JewishThe letter expressed the hope that "this manifestation by minor officials and asked: "Why should not com. petent Jewish authorities put an since the present situation in Poland is such as not to permit the Polish Consulate in Paris to indulge in racial discrimination." The charges were voiced following a decree issued by the Polish Ambassador which called for the com. pulsory registration of all Poles in France between the ages of 17 and 45 for service in the Polish Legion. Jews Drafted For Forced Labor (Continued from Page 1) dam report stated further that German exporters were offering merchandise to firms in the Netherlands at 50 per cent less than pre-war prices and were ready to sell in great quantities even articles needed in Germany. Anti-Nazi boycott organizations in France, working along the lines being followed by boycott arc engaged in a world-wide organizations in> the United States, 'pjropagjanda scheme to be iconducted in all neutral countries with a view to counteracting expansion of German tradeLondon (WNS)—Morris C. American Jewjsh Joint Distribu. Tropper. European director of the Lord Reading and others on the tiore Committee, this week conferred with Sir Herbert Emerson, Refugee question. The interior vjew of the new home of the Dade Federal Savings ALoan Association. SLOVAKIAN JEWS WILL BE FORCED TO SELL LAND U* EXCESS OF 15 ACRES Bratislava (WNS)—Jews in Slovakia will be forced to sell all land except fifteen acres as a result of a new land reform bill just introduced in the Slovak Parliament. Another law passed in Par] ament decrees that all Slovaks, including Jews who settled in Slovakia prior to October 30, 1918. will be regarded citizens of the SSlovak Republic 100% WHOLE RYE BREAD ~MMf Irawii Made from'PURE whole RYE and all HEALTH Ingredients at 12 S. E. First Street HEALTH FOOD SHOP "Honda. \ HTUJUICOST?" 7 NO WORD FROM REFUGEES| ON GERMAN LINERS LONG OVERDUE Shanghai (WNS)—Several lin. ers carrying hundreds of German Jewish refugees are said to be overdue on their scheduled calls at Shanghai a cording to refugeeaid circles here which expressed | concern over the fate of the passengers. No news has been recived here as t i the wherabouts of th 1 ners, Potsdam, Elbe, Coburg and Nordmark. It is believed that they are being held in a neutral port. Statement of the Ownerthip. Management, Circulation. Etc.. Required by the Acts of Congreas of Auguat 24, 1912, and March 3, 1933, of the Jew. Ish Floridian, publiahed weekly at Miami. Florida, for Octooer 3. 1939. State of Florida, County of Dade. ss. Before me, -\ notary nubile In and for the Itate and county aforesaid. personally appeartd Fred K. Shochet, n dul] sworn accordNEWS TOWER lng to law. deposes and says that he Is the manager of the Jewish Floridian and that the following: Is. to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true stutment of the ownership, man. age-ment (and If a dally paper, the circulation,) etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown In the above caption, required by the act of August M, 1312. as amended by the act of March 3, 1933, embodied in section 537. 1'ostal LAWS and Kegula. tions, printed on the reverse of this form, to-wlt 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: l'ul.llshlr—Fred K. Shochet. P. O. (ipx 8971, Miami. Fla. Managing Editor—Fred K| KhachP. O. Box 2973. Miami. Fla. Business manager—Fred K. Sliooh. Kst.it.' of J. Louis Shochet. P ri baa IST8, Miami. Fla.. Ethel Shochet administratrix, P. O. box 2973, Miami' Fla. 2. That the owner Is: (If owned by a corporation, Its name and ad. dress must be stated and also lm. mediately thereunder the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding one per cent or more of total amount of stock. If not owned by \ cor|M>ration. the names and addresses of the individual owners must bo given. If owned by a firm, company, or other unincorporated concern, its %  ame and address, as well as thon the books of the company but also. In cases where I the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the compi %  as trustee or in any other fiduciary %  i th.name of the person or ill for whom such trustee Is • • | .gl\ ,ii; also that the said oontaln statement* bracing affiant's full knowledge and bel < .^ to tho circumstances n i conditions under whloh atockbi and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the com* y as trustees, hold stock and curltlei In a capacity other than that Of S bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any interest direct or Indirect In the said stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by him. 5. That the average number of copies of each Issue of this publication sold or distributed through thn malls or otherwise (to paid subscribers during the twelve months preceding the date shown above Is (This Information Is required from dally publications only.) FRED K. SHOCHET. 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FRIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE <• wJewtisti noridi&m PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor \ B'NAl B'RITH 1? NOTES Sidney L. Segall FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BDXON) FREUDIANA SUBSCRIPTION One year Six Months 12.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1939 VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 39. On the home front With every-day life in Europe geared to a high degree of war-time preparedness it is inevitable that a certain amount of war-mindedness should make its appearance in America. This is only natural. It is to the unnatural consequences of such a condition that a growing bloc of public opinion is giving voice. Americans are too often inclined to throw caution to the winds and repnt later. Too much war-mindedness might readily lead the unwary into the paths of temptation—a temptation to abandon the normal routine of day to day life and concentrate only on "the horror now being enacted throughout the world," Danger signals have been raised by the director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. In a letter to the nationwide membership of the National Conference, Dr. Clinchy stressed the importance of keeping an eye on our own problems, which remain as pressing as ever. "We must not be diverted even by the war from the problems that press upon us for solution here." he said. "We must prove that they can be solved by our democracy." All of the old proplems are still with us. All the seeds of discord whose harvest Europe is reaping are here and need only fertile soil and cultivation to quicken into growth. To prevent these seeds from taking root in a moment of war-nurtured negligence America must now, more than ever, guard her democracy with a jealous *ye. A European war is a ready-made instrument upon which the forces of discord in this country may too easily play. Social changes are speeded up in every crisis. In a time of world disturbance, when large-scale human suffering shocks the callous indifference of men, It behooves us all to take stack of our benfits under a democracy and to see that those benefits remain intact. The only way the American way of life has and will continue to be a beacon light for all the world to see is through constant work to maintain that way of life. Not for one instant must we here in America relax our vigil. The opportunity to display coolness under fire has never confronted us more forcefully. To permit the undermining of our democratic principles of lving while war wages across th* seas would be well nigh fatal. Let it never be said that Americans have let their house burn down watching a fire in their neighbor', barn. The late Dr. Sigmund Freud's pessimism with regard to Jewish affairs, which created such a furore among readers of his recent book on Moses, really was an old and consistent streak in the founder of modern psychoanalysis. Evidence of this is revealed in two personal letters prized by Louis Rittenberg, executive and literary editor of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, the first of whose ten volumes is about to be issued in New York. ... A decade ago Rittenberg, then an edltot of the American Hebrew, had occasion to invite Freud to participate in a symposium on the Jewsh question, but Papa Frued replied: "I am no more adherent of the Jewish religion than of any other. .Reference to this in your columns might create uneasiness among your readers". Undaunted, Rittenberg, then urged Freud to reconsider, and advised him that the resident of the U. S. would be among those represented in the symposium. But Frued, no respecter of rank, bluntly wrote back: "The fact that President Herbert C. Hoover will be among your contributors makes it not the least easier for me to comply". Several years later, with the shadow of Hitlerisro already clouding the German horizon, Rittenberg oiai* Au. WIIUIUHMS -o -... onP( again sought to enlist Freud's counsel together with that appointed for the second year, but Qf hosts of other i nt ernationallv influential minds. But nothing wah done in **< Professor Freud's characteristic handwriting, under date of to the Jax situation. 1 our reporter is positive that the Jax Lodge j August 8. 1932, reflected the same unwavering pessimism. would accept and appreciate the "Notwithstanding my sympathy for our people." he wrote, "I must confess an inability to aid you in the guidance and stimulation which you seek to bring to them in these times of Btreess. Tt is not my line (this sentence was in English). My endeavors always have been negatively critical, conducive to the shattering of pet illusions and offering nothing that is helpful to the masses". Sholom Lodge's A D. Committee has been meeting at frequent intervals recently. Under the able chairmanship of Bro. Harry Simonhoff, ohis committee has been handling real problems with intelligence and fisesse. The hature of the work, of neceshity, prevnts any publicity concerning the specific problems dealt with by this body. As an offer of constructive criticism your writer woull suggest that we have more cooperation between the State A. DCommittee and the Sholom Lodge A. D. Committee. A vital problem was confronting both Miami and Jax Jewry, and was in existence at the time of the State Convention held September 3rd and 4th in Jax. A State A. D. Committee was again cooperation of the State A. D. Committee in expediting a solution to the problem there. True, it is a local matter which he local Jax lodge would be able to cope with, but this fact should not prtvent State A. Daction in the matter. Although no action was taken by the State A. D. Committee (composed of chairmen of local lidgeh' A. DCommittees who were present at the Jax Convention) it has been suggested by Sholom Lodge's A. D. Committee that the State Chairman investigate the situation and inquire of the Jax lodge whether any action has been taken in the matter. The brothers of Sholom Lodge will be glad to know that Bro. President Al Pallot hah returned to the city from a vacation in New EnglandThe new temporary meeting place which is the lodge room of j Biscayne Temple, local Masoniq prisoners. Order, is beautiful and spacious. I treated nun FOREIGN ECHOES Did you notice that in all this Rumanian turmoil nothing was heard of Magda Lupescu?. Apparently she's safe, but :he story goes that the reason no attempt has been made on her life is that she has twelve doubles who look and dress exactly like her. ... So striking is the resemblance between the twelve pseudo-Lupescus and Magda herself that even the best-informed frequenters of the court no longer know which is who. ... It's hard to believe, but those in the know whisper that Dr.Hjalmar Schaeht, former head of the German Reichsbank, now in India, is financial advisor to the Bank of England at a salary of $110,000 per year. When Hitler claims that he is abiding by the international law regulations governing warfare lie forgets, among other things, that those rules prohibit racial or religious discrimination in the treatment of The fact is that Polisr Jewish prisoners are i worse by the Nazis than are the non-Jewish The brothers who missed the previous meeting should attend the next one. Sholom Lodge should selet and vote on a permanent meeting location in order to assure a larger attendance ao future meetings. Council Notes MrsMaurice Goldman, national president of the National Council of Jewish Women, will be the guest of the Miami Section, Sunday November 5th and Monday November 6th. Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman of service to foreign born, is general chairman of arrangements fot) MrsGoldman's Stay in Miami. Monday November 6th, the concluding events of *he national president's stay will take place at a membership tea. All organizations are requested to please take note of this date and to not plan or have any affairs at this timePoles. Neal O'Hara, who knows what he's talking about, confides tha< Malcolm MacDonald, England's Colonial Secretary, is Neville Chamberlain's pet, and the only member of the Cabinet who enjoys the umbrella man's full confidence. Which means that MacDonald was playing Chamberlain's game at the time of the White Paper on Palestine. The European censorship, which is very rigid even in the democratic countries these days, suppressed the story of the attempt of five German pursuit planes to shoot down the Swedish plane in which the Thomas Mann family was traveling to London. THIS AND THAT We hope youdidn't miss the news story about the saving of the Torah of Passaic 's Temple Emanuel, which recently was destroyed by fire. The man who saved it was Father William V. Dunn, pastor of the nearby St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Church. Father Dunn suffered severe burns on the arm. Hollywood has a number of poker clubs where many of the high-salaried screen actors, directors and producers play waakly. The "kitty," which amounts to big money, is use to bring refugees into this country. "Address Unknown," that gem of anti-Nazi literature, will be produced in play form this year. Scallions to those advocates of the embargo whose propaganda in Jewish circles is based on the argument (Continued on Page 4) 0



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORID! AN FBIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 625 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-132S MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-1013 DAILY SERVICES Shachrihs mornings at 8:00 a. m.. Saturday at 8.30 p. m. Miiedha daily at 5:45 p. m. day and Saturday at 5.30 p. m. Maariv daily at 6:25 p. m. Saturday at 6:35 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday afternoon at 5:45 p. m. Rabbi Meschel. off will preach on the "Portion of the Week" RELIGIOUS SCHOOL REGISTRATION The official registration for both daily and Sunday classes of our Religious School will take place next Sunday morning October 8th, from 10 to 12. Parents are asked to bring children at this time for registration and information as to clash T teacher, etc. Our daily school is organized on a five year basis, instructors mentsNo admission charge. All interested men and women are cordially welcome. SISTERHOOD MEETING The first Sisterhood meeting of the new year will be held Monday night at 8 p. m. in th synagogue. Mrs. B. H. London will preside Plans for the new year will be BAR MITZVA Mr. and MrsHenry Leibson invite their friends to attend the Bar Mitzva ceremony of their son, Irving, which will take place at our synagogue this Saturday morningThe Rabbi will speak to the boy after the Haftorah. Strictly Confidential made bad guns and ammunition.' cried one Nazi pupil. • • • That'i right," approved Hitler. Scranton, a Catholic institution of learning. Eddie Cantor will not be heard on the radio this cause the Jews were traitqrs," year because he refuses to give up his independence and his right to express himself on subjeots near to his heart. %  George Jessel is very proud these days because Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt has agreed to call him George. The plum of directing the new play by Clare Booth (she's the contributed another youngster. "Excellent," commented the Fuehrer. Then another little boy stood up to give his theory. Because of the Jewish Gen. crals." he announced. • Hitler s brow darkened. • "Germany had no Jewish generals." he reproved•I know that," said' author of "The Women") goes to (Continued from Page 3) that the lifting of the embargo: sj(je „ would mean the entry of the U. S. j the little realist. ... "I meant the Jewish generals on the other Promulgated. Reports of various int0 tne war> an d that the fihal committees will be tendered. A cultural program including a talk by our rabbi, melodies by our cantor, and a classical piano and violin program by Mr. and Mrs. Swift will follow after the meeting. All women are invited to this initial meeting. HABANOTH The Miami Beach Habanoth celebrated Succoth with a party i result of our participation in the war will be a great disillusionment in which the Jews will become the scapegoats. Why do some of the psycoanalysts who privately state that Hitler shows all the symptoms of insanity refuse to write their opinion for publication? One of these medical top.notchers refused $5,000 for an article on this m our synagtogue Succoth last [ theme. l-eonard Lyons tells Monday night. Discussion of the us that the speeches of Coust holiday with its symbols, cereJerzy Potocki. Polish Ambassador being Cantor Maurice Mamches monise and meanings, was led by I to the u S-, are so swe11 because they are written by Dorothy Thompson. Now that they are celebratine some well %  Hitler, it appears, a Berlin classroom and asked the little Nazis whether they knew why Germany lost the last war. "Because the Jews officiate wjth the Cantor Mamches. assistance of tf Do You Own Yeur Home? KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. 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Kith Ave. Dr. Otto Preminger, formerly of Vienna, where he was associated with Max Reinhardt. When MOM refused to pay Ben Hecht $6,000 a week, on the grounds thai, j-.ch a salary was too big he accepted a contract at $50,000 a scenario. "He wrote the scenarios for "Let Freedom Ring" and "Lady of the Tropics" in exactly five weeks, which makes his compensation $20,000 a week. Irving Jaffe, undefeated Olympic ice-skating champion, has accepted the job of press agent for the Sons of Liberty. WOLPERT' \ FURNITURE* BARGAINS! "We Aetut-e To Be Undersold" 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 %  a>*ia.i i i i %  i i i t %  .(• %  t i %  WANTED! A NAME T-a\ Awi&uui 6. kewett Daify Stheamlined "Beat* $ 650 in CASH PRIZES KKSKrata re the A,. fl n.c 8 f 0 n t I r abo S t .? ece ,ber h I939 will be operated by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and the Florida F.aM („,t R-iU-aT Prede n r n ickZr^i> p"t Penn ^T ia R !" StSfSSSSj Floridn \ tS* Potomae Ra'lroad. 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r PAGE TWO TO mW TLOmiD T AIf FRIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939 a SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor CONVALESCING FROM ILLNESS Mrs. Michael Arnold of Coral Gables is convalescing: at the Chateau de Sante, 6901 Coral Waf, where she is recuperating from a fractured kneecap. • • • RETURN TO CITY Dr. and Mrs. Julius R Pearson returned to their Miami Beach home after a trip to the north. While in the north Dr. Pearson did some [spifcial study (& the Michael Reese hospital i n Chicago nowned artists, recently arrived, and in New Haven he attended from Vienna, will present a c'assShopiro, secretary; Pearl. Kalish, SISTERHOOD TO treasurer; Edith S.mon. rush capHOLD MEETING tain and Selma Grossman, direcThe open meeting of the Both tor. The first in a series of rush j. uo |, sisterhood will be held teah will be given at the home Monday evening October Bth at 8 of Edith Simon, on October 7th. ,,. „i. with Mrs B. II. London pres ding. Plans for the coming ytar MIAMI BEACH w ill be presented. Following thel MIZRACH TO MEET meeting a cultural program will The first Melaveh malkeh and take place in which Rabbi Mosts meeting for the new year of the Mescheloff, Cantor Mamches, and' Miami Beach Mizrach will be held Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swift of Vienna this Saturday evening October w ill participate. Members and 7th at the Beth Jacob synagogue. friends are cordially invited to atMrand Mrs. Fred Swift, retend. the Connecticut Clinical congress • • • CHOIR ORGANIZED The Greater Miami Choir, composed of all male voices, was recently organized and meetings are being held temporarily at ,the Beth David auditorium every Seal program. Both artists are graduates of the Viennese Academy of Music and have taught in the children's Conservatory of Vienna. Also on the program will be Rabbj Mesheloff. Cantor Mam. ches and others. Reports will be made by Mr. M. Feit and Mrs. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The hegagement of Miss Doris Cromer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cromer. pioneer Miami residents, to Milton Eliasoph of Montreal. Canada, is being announced by her parents. Miss Cromer wah graduated from M'. please bring them to this meeting. \ umbia University. She was gradu. A. Kalstein. Anyone possessing' ami Senior High School and atWcdnesday evening. Bernard Tei%  J. N. F. boxes are requested to : tended Brenau College and Col. telbaum is in charge of the choir and the musical direction is under der the supervision of Jack Manhoff. Anyone interested in joining is requested to be present at future meetings. • • TO ENTERTAIN Mrs. Rose Ehrlich, chairman of the Beth David Succah, w-,11 en. with Rabbi Moses Mesheloff, asRefreshments will be served. The public is welcome* • • TO BE MARRIED The wedding of Miss Anna Blacker to Mr. Louis Baida will take place in the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Sunday at 6 p. m. tertain at a luncheon ahd theater party Wednesday October 11th in appreciation of the aid given her by her assistants on this project. Those to be honored will be Mesdames B. Kandle, JLangner, H. Plotkin, Molly Mahdell, Sam Jackson, I&idor Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. G. Margulies and Mr. H. Sootin, movie photographer. • • • SORORITY ORGANIZED Kappa Pi Kappa, recently organized sorority, elected Miss Arline Kalish. president; Jacqueline sisted by Canter Maurice Mam. ches officiating. Following the ceremony a buffet supper will be served. • • • STAG PARTY HELD The Royal Palm Cnapter of AZ. A., Miami Beach, opened their fall season with a stag party held Saturday evening at the home 12 ated from the University of Miami, where she received her Bachelor of Ajtts degiree. (Miss Cromer is an accomplished musician, having studied piano with her aunt Mana-Zucca. Mr. Eliasoph is a graduate of McGill University and is a member of Omi. cron Alpha Tau Fraternity and Omicron Alpha Tau Frattrnity ahd the Royal Isstitute of British Archiects. • • • BOARD TO MEET The Ladjes Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold a Board Meeting at Howard Johnson, Bjscayne Blvd., Wednesday afternoon October 11th at MARRIAGE NUPTIALS PERFORMED The marriage of Miss Audrey Wolff, daughter i f Mr and Mrs. X. Meridian AveJ i" Edward I Herbert A. Lo< of i h place Tuesday i %  g ; ;,lr Columbus Hotel im Dr. Jacob H. Ka] Ian off tlu '' presence of a large a of relatives and friends. The bride was attended by hi Miss Eugenia Wolff, maid of honor. Mrs. Herbert A. Loeb. jr., Chicago, sister-in-law of the bride. groom. Mrs. William M. Brooks of San Diego. Cal'.f, sister of the bride and Mrs. Henry Wolff of Miami Beach, sister-in-law of the bride, were bridesmatrons. Herv bert Loeb, jr.. brother of 'he groom was best mar:, and ushers were Henry Wolff, Herbert J. Baum, jr.. Birmingham, Ala., ami Marx Sabel, MorJlgomery, .\\a. Following the ceremony a re. ception was held with Miss Lois Wally in charge of the bride's book. Out of town guests attending were Mrs. Edward M. R thai. Mrs. Henry I.. Stem and Miss Ann F. Cample, all of Chicago; Mrs. Moses Sabel and Mrs. Marx Sabel. Montgomery! Ala.; Mrs. Herbert J. Baum, sr., Birmingham, and Mrs. Anthony Schwartz. PhiladelphiaAfter a two month's trip to the Pacific Coast. Mr. ahd Mrs. Loeb will live in Chicago. of Mrs. G. Berlin. This affair is drive now being held. Sunday evening the chapter initiated in special ceremonies a class of 15 to 18 members. 30 p. mMrs. Ida Optner. presi. preside. Lunch is opdent, will tjonal. M 1 Vy ( ?!? S .ffJ tter Iess from Headache, Acid Indigestion, Distress of Colds Morning After" and Muscular Fatigue because they have heard—and believed—Alka-Seltzer radio announcements. 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Alka-Seltzer DANCE AND SUPPER TO BE GIVEN A week's stay at the Nassau Hotel with first class accomodations European plan will be the door prize offered by the Young Women's Hebrew Association at their Dance and Box Supper Sunday evening October 29th at the Y| M| H| A| clubroomsFurther details will be announced in a later issue. MAX D. AUGUSTINE. D. D. S. Announces the Remloval of his Offices to 301 Huntington Bldg. PICNIC HELD The Arbeiter Ring Branch 682 picnic was held Sunday at the Dixie Bath House uhder the management of MrHRose with a large crowd attending. At 5:30 p. m. the musical program was presented. Those participating were Miss Josephine Raxin, Mrs. Packer. Messrs. Teitelbaum. Mrs Teitelbaum, Miss Kahh and Mr If. Rose. Sunday evening October 22nd the delegates who attended the Southeastern District Conference and the Texas-Louisiana 1) strict Conference will present th. ports. All member* and f are cordially invited to att( i • • • RETURNS TO MIAMI M]-s. II. Parber returned mty after spending the i in ohe north visiting relal friends. • • • NATIONAL SISTERHOOD TO HOLD MEETING October 6th the National oration of Temple Sjstel world's largest Jewihh \Y religious organjzaoion asd it filiates the Ntw York State eratioh of Temple Sisterhooci sjonsor a mash demonstrate Good Will for Jewjsh. Cathol ••iml Protestant women in tht Mi w York World's Fair Temple of Re. ligion. • • • HADA8SAH BOARD TO MEET Mrs, Sam Simonhoff. pref of the Miami Chapter of S Iladassah. ih calling a mteting of the entire board of direel ••at the Alcazar Hood Friday morh. ing October 6th at 10:30 a m. All numbers are Urged to be preset ASSOCIATION ELECTS OFFICERS Officers elected at the meeting Monday evening of the Gr Miami Jewish Cemetery A tiis were I. L. Mintzer, president; Nat Zalka. vice president; fjnahcial secretary E. Albert Pallot, and treasurer A. 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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH TLOUDIAH FRIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 •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 Service*— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—9:00 m., to 12:00. SHMINI-ATZEKKS Due to the extensive program at our Institution this coming year, it is imperative that parents bring their children to register. Classes for children between the ages of 4 to 18 are being inaugurated. The details of the Curriculum will be outlined next week. TALMUD-TORAH The Hebrew classes for the new semester whll begin this Monday at 3:15. Children a*e asked to come to the office to register. I It is due time for the parents I against the Jitterbugs and the Royals oppose the Warriors. Come up to the Miami Recreation Alleys any Thursday evening at 8 p. m. and watch the boys in action. Well All Rite Then. When Manager Jack Apte organized this league he sure promoted something that promisesto give a greater number of members an opporturj ty toparticipatc than any sport ever sponsored by the organization. Come out and see the crowds for yourself. TEMPLE ISRAEL FEDERATION MEETING Our Executive Director has been working hard burning the midnight oil in preparing data to be submitted to the Federation. The Budget Committee of the Federation will consider our Budget very shortly with a view of making a definite allocation to the "Y". We hope the Federation will take into consideration the splendid progress that was made in the "Y" during the past year and give us the amount that we would like to have and urgently need. 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 R4BSI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-B548 MIAMI RABBI JACC8 H. KAPLAN. Ph. O 69S6 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 MIAMI BEACH Either or b.>th of the RubMs will be In the Temple every morning. Y.ou may oontult with them on matters concerning the Jewls eommu. nlty. or yeu• personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hairing anil advice, and. needless to say. each matter will be held in hearing an strict confidence. Y. W. H. A. DIVISION The concluding days of the I to realize the importance of the "Feast of Tabernacles." will be ushered in at the Beth David Synagogue Wednesday evening at 6:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, and Cantor Louis Hayman will dhant the "Liturgic Melodies." "Yiscor." or Memorial Services, will take place Thursday morning at 9:45 a. m. Preceding the Memorial Services, Rabbi Shapiro will speak on the subject, "Scenes Out of the past-" SIMACH-TOKAH "Simchas Torah. or "Rtjoicing Over the Law," will be conquotation "The Study of Hebrew as Precedence over Everything." All parents are urged to remember SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening. Oct. 6th. 1939. at 8:15 p. m. Sermon: "In the Beginnihg, God ." Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. KaplanSISTERHOOD A woman of valor, who shall rn,,. r A woman ot valor, WHO snail lnis division is now making \M L • u ,ns for Rov *_ ._, JT* flnd: hcr P r,ce ls far ab0Ve !" bies." Proverbs. The first meeting of the Templans for a Box Supper and Dance to be held at the "Y" on Sunday that the Sunday "school" in 'itself V^*' t tober 29th Mrs A !" is not sufficient. It is impossible V e,bcrman ne ral chairman of during the period of one and mlZl C mm '" et wl na !" ubhalf hours per week, to learn all £ P anS "** to h ve the the fundamentals of tile Jewish ,H' pi e ,ared Professor religion. i a "' es Prepare a lunvh and bring ; u 'ar meeting, had on its agenda Sunday School should merely be t W^'T "?*" Jt wl be sold the supplement to the daily He1 bidder Tho ?ent,c brew School. We ask the parents !?" T* ^ 1U Ch Wi haVe to take note of this vital fact. „**"£!. ** f atine il with tht> same. The proceeds of th:s affair w 'i'l go to the Library Fund. Recently departed: Maurice Pastroff. Charles Shield. Yahrzcits: Katie Long Perlmas, Viola I#taw. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL "Even the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem is not :is important as the teaching of hildren." TalmudTeachers in the Religious School for the coming year are: Mrs. I.eona Levin. Miss Edythe Hollender. Mrs. I. L. Seligman, Miss Harriet Damenstein, Miss Dorothy I.ightman. Mrs. Maurice Grossman. Mrs. Sadie Wcinborg. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES The series of the late Friday ducted Thursday evening at 7:30. evening services will begin FriParents and children are welcome. day evening October 27 at 81", Immediately after the services, the This will be the eighth consecutive Beth Davd Sisterhood will serve series of the late Fiday evening refreshments^ servkes ^ be conducte(J Rabbj SLNDAY SCHOOL I Shapiro. A chcr of added voices, The attendance at the Succos under the direction of Cantor celebration th.s Sunday monlng,Lo uis Hayman will paricipate in indicates a tremendous enrollment these services. Remember the in the Beth David Sunday School date. Friday evening, October 27this semester. Official registration ; the last Friday of the month. The' w.U take place October 8, at 10 j (names otf tye members of the I'MMTJ* re<1U Sted """ Beth avid Ch0ir wiU be mentioned roll the'.r children at this time. next week. JUNIOR DIVISION • „. iirossinan. rare. pie Israel Sisterhood for the cur,, „ ,, ... Mrs. Jules Pearlman. Mrs. I. M. rent season was held %  >!! Monday. ....... ,, „ niu o i ,*, n.i r> : "eintstein. Mrs. Joel Belov. Mr. October 2nd. 1939. The Board v • ,. .. ... .... Nathan Zwitman. Mr David Meeting, which preceded the reg,, r reedman. HEBREW CLASSES the discussion of plans for the „,, ^ ._-__ TI m i 'he registration in the Temple coming yearThe Temple Israel „ ,. ,,..,. Religious School thus year ieviomp '" dent of the fact that parentreSisterhood tendered mentary luncheon to its Board of Directors. THE Y. M. H. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) A. in the contest: Alois Riesner Joel Diamond Ethel Pont Norman Stark Jack Edelstein Naomi Grossman alize the importance of Jewish education. We wish to Stl Mrs. Harold B. Spaet presided however, the great opportuhity offered to parents to have their children receive Hebrew instruction, under Temple auspices. Mr. David Freedman. well-known Hebrew pedagogue, will condat Hebrew classes in our Temple on Mondays and Wednesdays betweeh 3:30 and 5.00 p. m. For the convenience of members w are residents of Miami Beach. Mr. Freedman will also offer II lirew courses <|n Tuesdays and Thursdays between 3:30 and 5 over the general meeting which was well attended. Featured was a most interesting program in the form of a "Fashjon Review" presented by Mrs. Samuel Kanner. Mrs. Kanner. the program (chairman, also introduced Miaa Renee Greenfield. elocittionist, On Monday evening last. Irvin Kesser. chairman of the Program Committet, prepared a Professor Qu,zz Contest which was tonducted with Bernie Serkin as Quizz Master. The following participated and Miss Ruth Wolkowsky, pia nist. both of whom entertained beautifully. siastio leadership %nd Its coopi-s* of fulfilling its double duty of I p m at thp T ass,sta„ce to the Temple, and cul. tonsion ^ £J n £ ura, enlightenment of its mem. „,,,,, Scho „, ,^^1 Ave bers. and we urge all the latres Miami Beach P Firat prl> W wo, by Norman the Congregation who have no~ fi2JEr5 £ -^-^l^ ^ *• Sisterhood, to .ege of giving their child, 1 222 a ,?-.l f cer r ""• M •*" Hebrew .dutioh. RELIABLES LEAD "Y" DUCKPIN LEAGUE At the conclusion of two hectic weeks of combat the Reliables captained by Harry Schwartz find themselves leading the "Y" league with a toal of five wins against one loss. Abe Winer, leading scorer of the league, with a hundred average for the six games and Hal Levinson are responsible for this lead. Follow, ing is the box score: Abe Winer (Ro) _.. 10 Al Berkowitz (Ro) yg Hal Levinson (R) 9 7 Morry Wroobel (J) $r7 Abe Silver (W) 97 Marty Milstein (W) 95 I I ROY ELKIN8 Announces the Opening of hla STUDIO OF DRAMATIC AR'S Class and Private Instruction 171 N. W. 3rd Street. Phone 2-47O0 CLASSES NOW FORMING Abe Berkowitz (J) 93 George Weiss (Ro) 92 Walter Mackauf (J) 92 Harry Schwartz (R) 91 Standings Team Won Lost Reliables 5 j Royals 3 3 Jitterbugs 2 4 Warriors 2 4 On Thursday, October 5th, the leading Reliables are pitted SEASON'S GREETINGS [KING FUNERAL HOME 206 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-2111 THE HAROLD SCHOOL Kindergarten and Grades 1717 S. W. 13th St.. Miami. Fla Rihei oroMman Badl, w,,,,,,,,,. Phone 2-3579 Phone 2 0179 Orovitz (2-54S2) and to join in the ennobl.ng work. This Wiay ^^ ^ IN MEMORIAM Station WIOI) the Rabbinical AsAt our services this Friday eve K?? h Ur WU1 bc com,u '"'' "ing, Oct. 6th, 1939 the memory ?• Kap an and Rab,,i of the following wUl be hallowed!"„ u" L?*** !" "' Thejr SU ,JC t .—_ _______^ "in DC The Poor Devil" KOOLMOTOR GASSOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS ORANGE STATE OIL CO. Distributors Stark. Next Monday n/ght this div,sion will have an Open Forum on the questios. of the Embargo now being discussed by Congress. NOTICE! SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION We are very happy to report that we have been fortunate in sectirmg the services of Mr. Sam. uel Hollander as coach of the Y. M. H. A. Stock Company. Mr. Hollander comes well recommended with years of experience in coaching. Next rehearsal will be held Saturday night. Due to the Simchas Torah Holidays, the "Y" building will be closed from Wednesday afternoon. October 4th at 5:30 o'clock until Saturday evejiihg, October 7th at 7:30 o'clock. JL-* RAMBLING AROUND TOWN Our prominent bachelor president E. Albert Pallot just returned rVom a much needed rest up Bos(Continued on Page 5) MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Ve o fi£2 Items for Your Selection 55th Stro, 2 A T0RES TO SERVE YOU WHERE FoTrf BStrf 1 W 8th 8treet WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" )



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FRIDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE mt4 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 DIVINE SERVICES Shimini Azereth services will be held I Wednesday evening :th and will be held in the Y. M. II. A. A fine supper will be served at m ist reasonable Details of the event will be announced irv the next issue. Federation next week. Dr. Harold Rand, "Y" Home Camp doctor sure fixed himself up a beautiful office in the Du Pont building. Watch for the Y. W. H. A. Box Supper and Dance. Sunday October 29. it promises to outdo any affair they have previously presented. "Lifeguard Lou" Safan has been sick abed the past week, but is now convalescing. ORLANDO NEWS SERVICES Regular Sukkos Services Thursday and Friday morning. SUKKOS PARTY Under the Chairmanship of Mrs. Herbert Talisman, member of the Religious School Board of the Congregation a beautiful Sukkah was decorated for the party to be held Sunday at 7 p. m. for the entire community. There will be singing, refreshments, recitationh and a special Sukkos story by Rabbi Skop. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Congregation Ohev Shalom announced its Faculty th;s week as follows: CONDTTIOK^D iPfflflm* JAW Kit;; I uu 1:3 3,i '.SONVIUE'S RGEST and NEST HOTEL 300 Rcoml 300 Bollii Y. M. H. A. NOTES HEBREW SCHOOL All classes in our Talmud Torah have been reopened and it is ex(Contjsued frim Page 8) ton way and is feeling fit as a fiddle and ready to undertake tht arduous duties of presiding officer of the Y. M. HA. Glad to see you back Al. Isidore Rathaus, an ardent member of the Jr. "Y" is laid up in bed with an attack of pneumonia. Hurry and get well Isidore. Dr. Samuel Btckman has been appointed chairman of a membership dues drive due to get under way within the monthThe Finance Committee of the "Y" consisting of Herman Waitsretiring in the wee hours due to retiring is the wee hours due to the preparations of the budget which is to be submitted to the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Convtnlcatlv locattd In tht downtown builntn, llioppinq, and '••• tcr dnvict Every Itom Mi tHltltda roo*n (no cowl) with prlrttt baaS, ctoulti.na, in m*v, adio, (ti and bad fttdlnt, Uao. SbKtt • %  otrlat, WwaJB tad a**. Soamiar eaiiint aw) Mf*io* ia Tin Pw> am ) Tiit RtfttWoiM. Ox Lobby, Dioinj *•• %  LauBit, BM/cJ*t J tit froai •M (Mat nm to tnotbo. Tab aiodra, hai*aum, Attendance; Mrs. Herbert Talisman, Holiday Celebrations. Registration will continue until Oct. 10th. MAZEL TOV Heartiest congratulations to the parents and loved ones of Rose Lee Feigenbaum of St. Augustine and Nathan Ben Gold of Sarasota who were joined in marriage by Rabbi Skop and Cantor Leshinsky at a private altar wedding last Sunday. A kiddush was held following the ceremony at the home of the president of Congregation Ohev Shalom, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Cohen. COLLEGE STUDENTS LEAVE The following Orlandoans have left for studies: Shirley Braverman to Tallahassee, FSCW; Hindalyn Kottleman to Athens. Ga., U. of Ga.; Ansel Wittenstein to Gainesville. U' of F.; Orwin. Lieberman to Gainesville. U. of F.; Mary Blattner to Athens, Ga., U. of Ga.; George Wolly to Gainesville. U. of F.; Marjorie Frankel to Rollins College, Winter Park. NEW MEMBERS We heartily welcome to our midst Mr. and MrsNirenberg of Mt. Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. DCohen of Miami. Also Mrand Mrs. Chas. Margolis and Dr. Sanford Zieve of Cleveland. A RoUff R. Meyir'.-Motel ovete/ 7/kmf^ outfit Taw.' i Alka-Seltzer And Thmy Say It With a SmiU! Do the members of YOUR family say this? If not, perhaps it is because you have never given Alka-Seltzer a thorough triaL All over the world people who have used Alka-Seltzer are enthusiastic in its praise. If Alka-Seltzer is as good as we say it is, you want it in your medicine cabinet; if it is not, it won't cost you a penny. We will refund the purchase price to any new user who is not entirely satisfied. Your family may need Alka-Seltzer sooner and more often than you think Our guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded • covers its use *n all conditions listed below. Gas on Stomach, Add Indigestion, Heartburn, "Morning After", Muscular Pains, Neuralgia, Headache, Distress of Colds, as a Gargle in Minor Throat Irritations. Alka-Seltzer


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