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

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1939
PRICE 10 CENTS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
REFUGEE EXECUTIVES Will.
MEET WITH LEADERS HERE
Washington IWNS)Prior to ihe
ronferenee of executive* of tin- Inter-
En.riiin.iit.il Refugee Committee ex-
pected i be held here on Ortober
lh ami IT. il' President's Advisory
ommittee nn Political Refugee* will
meet in New York tin- latter part of
ihis week, it was announced here.
700,000 Missing
and Homeless
Refugees
While in this country, Lord Win-
tt rion. chairman of the Intergovern-
mental Committee, will meet with
leaden of Jewish anil Christian refu-
gee organization in New i ork. Il il
lielieved that ^ir Herbert Emerson,
director <>f the committee, will rome
directly t New York where he will
In the guesl of Robert Pell, Slate De-
partment technical advisor on refugee
problems. Paul van Zeeland, president
of tin- Coordinating Foundation, if
expected to go directly to W ashington.
London IWNSI According in an
official announcement released here.
Lord W interton, chairman of the In-
tergovernmental Refugee Committee,
ami Sir Herbert Emerson, director,
will leave for Washington on October
l"i to lake part in the While House
Conference on refugee*. The confer-
nee liinl originally been scheduled
for Sept. IS,
No ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS
Tl RNED BACK FROM PALESTINE
London i \\ NS Palcor Vgeney)In
a .1. l.ulc .1 statement on tin- question
of illegal immigration into Palestine
luring tin- |i.i-t three month*, Colonial ;
Secretary Malcolm MarDonaUl lolil
tin- House of Commons that no ill. gal
immigrants liail been lurned back
luring that period in which the Gov-
ernment had a record of a total of
6323 Jews who had entered tin- coun-
try without immigration certificates.
Replying lo a question from Tom
\\ llliams, Laborile, regarding the
number of so-called illegal immigrant!
who entered Palestine since Vugusl
l-t. Mr. MacDonald -; i1 lhal .luring
ihe iwro months lietween Vugusl l-t
ami September 30th ihere were IJW2
illegal immigrants and that none of
tin* arrivals were lurned hark on the
open sea. When Godfrey Mandi-r.
liberal, requested lhal ihe Colonial
Secretary gi\e speeifir details. Mr.
MacDonald aid lhal th enumlier ol
refugees who entered ihe country
illegally for ihe three months up lo
tin end of September 30th amounted
to 6,323 ami that this number came
into tin- rountr) in right boats. Six
of tin- refugee ships rame from Ku-
mania, one from Bulgaria ami one
from tin- l-laml of Rhodes where
several hundred refugees hail been
stranded after having been rescued
from tin- burning steamer Kim.
N.>w York IWNSI One of tl
most serious problem! which faces
the Commission for Polish Relief,
Inc., new-ly-formed organization to;
raise fund- in tin- I nited States to
aii! Polish civilians, is tht- ta-k of
tracing "In-t refugees in I'nlaud ami
providing for no less than 700,000
homeless, iccording lo the commis-
sions estimates there are close to
Inn.Him refugees in neighboring neu-
tral countriei."Vtt.ttiui in Rumania,
20,000 to 30,000 in Hungary, 11,000
in Lithuania ami 3,00 in Latvia.
It was staled at ilir rommission -
offifce that tin- following principles
would be followed wherever possible:
1 1 > Seek lo have local groups in tlie
respective countries take tin- respon-
sibility for as much of the relief as
possible and >-< distribute the com-
mission's fund- only for ihe mosi es-
sential needs. The rommission plans
to cooperate with other relief organ
i/atinii- -in h as tin- Kill Cross, tin-
Joint Distribution Committee ami
other organisations in tin- firhl.
Maurice Pate, secretary of tin- com-
mission, announced that I'aul Super,
director of ihe Polish Y.M.i. \.. ha-
been appointed director of ihe com-
mission's work in Rumania ami \\ ill-
iani C. McDonald a- preparing to
leave for Warsaw from Zurich, Switz
i-rlaml. to represent the commission in
the Polish capital.
Following the appointments of Su-
per and McDonald. I'ale issued the
following statement: "We hope rapid-
ly to haw a dearly defined picture
of tin- mosi pressing needs for civilian
relief both in Poland anil among the
homeless refugees who have fled lo
other !:"''- snd >.f how nentral inter-
leans
gnat misfortune lliul li.i- liefullril
thi-in." Pate said lhal while working
.nit arrangements foe relief within
Poland, immediate action has been
taken to help the refugee- in other
iand>. Mr. Pate estimated lhal at least
875,000 u month will lie required lo
take ran .if minimum need- (or the
homeless refugees, and lhal the work
mi Rumania is being organized at ill'
point-.
ABOUT PEOPLE
The iciim.-.i why P ince a
Pr ncesa Hutertua zu Lowenstel,
'rushed tn this country is becausi
! ohey want their chi'.d to be b im
| an American. Don't be misli I
when ymi see news ph I is Bhow
ing Herbert Kloiz enjoy ii;g l fe
at a night club table. He is
no playooy. as you cah judge by
: his $20,000 Rift to the victims of
the S. S. Athena disaster. .
Max Reinhardt. who successfully
i conducted an Academy of Acting i.law Sikorski
is II illywood last season, is being ""'nl '" ,sl''
urged to open such a school in
New York. Note to dramatic '
editors: Kl a Kazan, the talented
Group Theatre director, who is
usually referred to as Greek.
Turkish, is a lahdsman of ours.
. Richard Tauber, the German
Jewish opera singer- is nterned
in South Africa, because there he
is still c nsidered German, .
Otto Klemperer, the br lli-int
German Jewish conductor, is at
the Deaconess Hospital. Boston.
. Il<' underwent a most danger.
OHS operati in for brain tumor.
and still is n a very, very seri-
ous condition. Congratulations
to Gregory Brossky for his splen-
did translat on of the lyrics in the
Exiles Seek To
Eradicate Anti-
Semitism
Paris IWNSI looking forward to
eidlap-e of Na/i domination of Po-
land and former Czerho-Slovakia, ex-
iled leader- of the two eonquered na-
tions nut here with representatives
of Jewish group- lo plan a course of
action lo he followed in wiping mil
anti-Jewish legislation in the two
countries. Ex-President Eduard Benes
of Czechoslovakia and Premier W lad-
f the Polish (.overn-
ire expecled lo im-uc
special decrees ordering restoration
of complete equality "f rights for
Jews when their countries regain their
inpedendenre. Negotiation- toward
that end were initiated among Jew i-h
group-.
In a radio broadcast, earlier thi-
week. Premier Eikorski assured "just
iee to all -on- of Poland without dis
llnrtion" as lo race or religion. Mean
while. I>r. Stefan ll-uk>. Czech lilt
bassador lo Paris, issued a manifesto
proclaiming equalit) of right- for all
regardh.....f origin or faith.
in it ion ol a Czech Government
in exile, similar lo that -ei up by th.
Pole-, i- lielieved lo lie one of ihe
purpose* of Dr. Benes' presence in
Paris ami it i- expected lhal one <>l
lii- first steps, upon completion ol
-mil a Government, will lie lo issur
Invalidating all ihe anti-Jewish Jaws
introduced in ihe "protectorate of
Bohemia-Moravia since occupation by
the Nazi regime. In issuing ihe niani-
I the
JEWISH COMMI NTL
VGENCIES APPROVE EFFORTS
OF GENERAL JEWISH CO! N< IL
Niagra Falls iWNSl Delegates
from 2(1 communities, meeting here
for the sixth annual Up-State New
x ork and Ontario conference of Jew-
ish Communal Agencies proposed Ihe
establishment in each community of a
Ineal coordinating group which would
"cooperate with the General Jewish
Council and it- affiliated agencies
ami tliss develop a coordinated local-
national policy dealing with rivic
protective problems.
Sponsored by the Council of Jew-
i-h Federations and \\ elfare Funds,
tin' parley called for "the united and
coordinated effort- of all our re-
sources'' with a view to improve rela-
tion- between Jew- and other group-
in the c......uuiiitv. Steps alread) taken
in ihis direction by the General Jew-
ish Council wen- approved bj the
ronferenee which urged, as a further
step, coordination in fund raising of
the four ageneie- in the General Jew-
ish I lllllll ll.
Speakers included Joseph < lly-
man. executive director of the Joint
Distribution Coi.....ittee: Sidney Wall-
aeh. of tin* Vmerican Jew i-h ('ommit-
tee, ami Dr. W illiani Haber, executive
direetor of the National Refugee Serv-
ice, Inc.
Mr. lly man. speaking of ihe suffer-
ing of the Jew i-h population in Po-
delegation- that
festo, Dr. Osusky einphasizei
Russia. Paul Mum. who now I j,^,,,.;,,!,.,, f ,. for all C
is in New York Bceparing fay a ritiaens declaring that: Every
l.in.l. told the delegation- that the
Jewi- have suffered more than others
there, because the fir-t act of theNazi
invaders wa- to direct the full force
of their war machine against the
Jewish rommunity.
WTI-JI w ISH I ii.isi VTION
IMPOSE III UN W (IN
JEWS IN VIENNA
Urn--. I
in Vienm
are being tak
S p.m. curfew
them (o leavi
hour and tin
nlllv between
IWNS) Inforii
eporteil that lie
.1 sources
measures
n against the Jew-. \n
makes it impossible for
their homes after that
y are allowed to -bop
2 and t p.m. Restric-
tions Imposed on all Jew- in Vienna
prohibit- them from having tele-
phones and rac
lios
Broadway show, s recovering
from an attack of the jaundice.
>W 1SS REPATRIATES M\Y
FORCE DEPORTATION OF
LATE i.I.i 1 i.ii.. \M!I\ ILS
(.eiieva iWNSl Return lo Switzer-
land from other European rountrii -
,,f 300.000 Swiss eiii/en- has pr.....nted
th.- Swis* (vovernmenl with a difficult
problem fon ing officials of the led- j
eral police lo issue an announcement
which said lhal all refguees who ar-
rived in Switzerland after September I
ft would be subject to deportation.
lh. return of 300.000 Swiss citizens
has precipitated an employment prob-
lem, the solution of which may !
seen in ihe suggestion offered by the
newspaper Neue Zitrirhcr Veiluug
which declared editorially lhal tin
right- he taken from the 360,000 aliens
in Switzerland in order that employ-
; meiil be found for the repatriates.
REFUGEES FACE PRI\ VTION IN
SOVIET-OCCI 1*1 ll> VREAS
Bucharest I W NS) As a result of
ihe flight of Polish shopkeepers,
main of them Jew i-h. into Rumania
before advancing Soviet troop-, near-
loval I
e;li
the
zen i- obliged lo remain lovl
Cseeho-Slovak Republic and lo serve
her. Everybody without distinction
has the same duties, but also the same
right-. Everybody is equal before the
law. Thus, no discrimination shall
prevail among our citizens. We will
not allow racial origin, nationality,
religion- or political belief lo be held
against anybody.
A manifesto i- being prepared
the Sikorski Governn
similar reference- ti
made. The manifesto will contain
-ev.-ral paragraphs declaring thai all
citizen* of Poland an equal irri
spective of rare, nationality or relig
ion and will l distributed to Poles
throughout ihe world.
\ \/l PROPAGANDA I ULS TO
BREAK DOWN ARAB \ITITI DE
by
it in-^whi.li
equality are
I.
re widespread
lh, Red Vrmy.
,, Morton. I ml. .1
state- \ I. ( on-ul. who had been sla-
I...M. .1 in Warsaw. Morion, who ar-
rived herntafter -pending 0 week in
eastern Poland, said that Ni.iel "I-
fi.ial- at Zaleszczyki had posted not-
ices advising the publii lo "remain
.aim. continue your work and open
your -hop-" meanwhile Using their
own discretion a- lo who should re-
main in Poland and who should be
sent into Russia.
famine condition
in areas oei "in. il
riling to W ilium
Paris IWNSI The attitude of the
\rab- lo Na/i intrigue and their loy-
alty lo the Vllied Power* was mir-
rored in the newspapers reaching
I'aii- from all part- of the \i.il --peak-
ing world, failure of the Nazis to un-
dermine \r.ib opposition lo ihe Reich
was evident in ilu* Beirut newspaper
N'ahar which declared editorially that:
"We an- not foolish enough to be-
lieve in l.ermau intrigue-. \\ know
lhal Germany not only doe- not like
ii-. but lias r.l. gated u- t" tin
place among human races.
\l Wafd el Mi-ii. Cairn newspai
states: (.erinanv alone i- responsible
for I be war of I'M I and lhal of I"".
The democracies, on the other hand,
everted every effort lo avoid war."
Warning against German insincerity,
which violates signatures and tears
up treaties, Is sounded in ihe Itaglulad
newspaper Djem-Houriat for the bene-
fit of the Soviet I niiin. while a sim-
ilar warning in ihe Beirut new-paper
I.e Jour directed at Pn mier Mussolini
ay- that "llav"- true enemy i- Ger-
many".

\Federation's Budget Committee Active
By Fteo Kim.
tjtcith Floridian Sialf H ri/.-r)
Presided over by its popular
.Hid :-.,-ii i.il chairman Jimmy Kopel-
owilz the IftHlaet ComnuttSM of
the Greater Miami Federation of
Jewish Welfare Funds is now meet-
ing regularly and often,-reviewing
budgets, accomplishments and data
of ils participating agencies and
new applicants that is submitted lo
it. Faced with a grave, iniporlanl
and gigantic task, they must separ-
ate the wheat from ihe chaff, dig
: into these facts and figures, and
i differentiate between exaggeration
and truthfulnessj they must deter-
mine whether the organization lias
misused and mistreated last year's
allocation: ''.....rr rSe Ircreaee
.i-ked for is justified, for all. bar
none, have asked for increases;
whether or not the community can
afford these increases. Above all
what agency in these limes and
I present conditions deserve, need
Stanley C. Myers, President .and demand mo.l consideration.
J Tl,#-v miisl ill
( 1*1111 u< .........----------------------------
IThev must determine whether new
applicants arc entitled to Federa-
tion support anil to what extent.
It's no easy task. Evening after
evening until the wee hours of the
morning, these men ol llie Budget
Committee and Federation's able
president Stanley C- Myers, gather
together sacrificing family and so-
cial obligations, burdening them-
selves with the responsibility of
satisfying a rommunity of different
trends of thoughts, knowing that
upon their actions depends the suc-
cess of Federation, now entering
its -eeond year. (After having com-
pleted a successful and remarkable
record during it's first yera.)
Il would be difficult for anyone
to realize the work this committee
does unless they could be present
at these meetings. Each meeting is
devoted and set aside to specific
participants and the entire evening
is given over to them. Prior to each
meeting, complete reports and all
available data is furnished mem-
bers for their perusal. Sub-commit-
tees are appointed lo make special
investigations. At the meetings, per-
sonal representatives ol the agenc-
ies are heard from. Sub-Conniiiltecs
make their report and a thorough
diseu-sion is bad. OttOaliOM are
asked and answered. If ihe agency
is .1 national one. consideration
must be given as to the aid ren-
dered the Miami area; what do
other Federations throughout the
country allocate Ihis institution,
comparing population. location
I etc.? Will Miami, if need be call
on Ibis agency. How will it react
j and what has been its attitude to-
ward our community in the nast.
j If a local agency, has it progressed,
does il need expansion, are other
' fields more important and so on
I into the evening.
Serious minded, these men
plough into their task realizing the
duly lhal is theirs. Soon they will
' bring their report before the entire
directorate of Federation for ap-
proval. Then the entire community
will join in and complete the job
these men have started and together
put Federation over the Top more
successfully than ever before.
JIMMY KOPEl.OMITZ
< li;iii in .111






PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORID! AN
FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1939
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
SPINOZA GROUPS HEAKS SENIOR HADASSAH
GUEST SPEAKER | TO INSTALL OFFICBR8
Dr. Nina Adlerbaum. well-known, the Miami Chapter of Senior
author and lecturer, addressed the i Hadassah w 11 open their session of
Spinoza Group last Saturday after" act;Vitjes wjtn an installation of
noon on the German mentality and I officers held at a "Bruncn", Mon-
on the tragic condition of the Jew. j day afemoon. October 23rd at
ish people in Nazi Germany Dr.
Adlerbaum travelled the ent re
country of Germany and spoke to
11:30 a. m. at the Alcazar Hotel.
An interesting program will be
presented In charge of the ar-
many
r Jews and noh Jews. Next rangements are Mrs. B- Meyers.
Saturday afternoon, at 3 p m. The Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs Sam-
Spinoza Group will meet as usual uel Katz and Mrs. Barney Weinkle.
on the lawn, at 1059 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach. After a musical in-
terlude. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will
speak on the Character of Spinoza.
All are welcome- There is no
charge.
*
RETURN
TO CITY
Mr- and Mrs. Harry I. Magid
just returned to the c.ty from
Nashville.Tenn .Where they visiteu
their daughter and son-in-law Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald H. Ghertner.
*
HABY IS
BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Murry Grossman
of 112-19th St-, Miami Beach, an.
nounce the birth of a baby daugh-
ter. Dawn. Tueday. October 10th
at the St Francis Hospital. Both I
mother and baby are doing ncely.

MIAMI BEACH A. L. A.
TO MEET
Sunday evening at the Beth Ja-
cob synagogue the Miami Beach
A. Z A. will hold a cultural meet-
ing with Jack Rubin presiding. The
program will include addresses by
Carl Gardner and Capt. P. Flod-
-stronij ex-soldier oi fortune. A
musical program will also be pre-
sented. All members and friends
are cordially invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kesser
and family
Extend to All
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Mrs- Joseph A. Wilf.amson will be
toastmistress ana Mrs. Albert E.
Rosenthal will install the officers-
Officers to be be installeo are Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff, president; Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers, f.rst vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Carrie Rosen, second
vice president; Mrs- Leonard Wien,
third vice president; Mrs. Rudolph
Rothschild, corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Jul.us R. Bearson, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. George
Goldberg, treaesurer; Mrs. Martin
Raff- auditor, and Mrs. Harry Plat-
off, financial secretary. All those
interested in attending are re.
quested to communicate with Mrs.
B. Weinkle at 5-3764 or Mrs. Vic-
tor Mill. 3.1495. Reservations must!
be made before October 20th- Mem-
bra and friends are cordially in.
vited to attend.
*
MEETING TO
BE HELD
The Greater Miami Arbeioer
Ring Branch No. 692 will noil a
special meeting Thursday evening j
when the referendum of the 39th i
Convent'-on will be voted upon. The
Arbeiter Ring Convention held in
Baltimore. Md.. in May brought
many changes in the Constitution!
and also new plans for the future.
These amenlmenta must now be
approved by the members of the
organ.zation and will be done at
this meeting. The Educational)
Committee of the Greater Miami
Branch is completing plans for a
series of lectures and concerts to i
be held during the coming year-
Details wll b armouncd at a later
date.
ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
Mr and Mrs. A Markowitz of
Ft. Lauderdale. Flor.da. announce
the engagement of their daughter
Betty, to Sam Wolfson, son "f Mr.
and Ml* M. Wolfson of Jackson-
ville. Florida- No wedding date has
been set
WELFARE AUXILIARY
BOARD MEETS
The first board meeting of the,
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew -h
Welfare Bureau was held Wed-
nesday at Howard Johnson's. The
calendar for the ensuing year was
planned and will be announced
in next week's issue.

LEAVES FOR
NORTH
Mrs. Ida Optner left Thursday
evening for Chicago. HI. where
she will visit with relatives and
friends returning to Mami the
latter part of November
Keturn to City
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Corel of Miami
Beaen, returned to the iit\ after a
trip to Atlanta, and ayn. -wll. N.fj.
REMOVAL NOTICE
11H SO. MIAMI AVE
In (Inr New :,,| Si.ai i.iu- Stnr
PIION'K t.r.Qi
I. HOSENGARTEN
"\fiomi\ I'inm.r Furrii'r"
W. HHHHIIM.J, tm, and .,.!, MM ... Mill, 100,; on .,,
II,, ,w>i Lb V----"'""' l,ro"fln*cleuiiii.Kcl.,,Mi.ultrnitlon..
DO am lakr rlmnre,. -ton- your rtl> rmn,N in MM tire,.r.f and eerlUM
eold -,(,/, \aullH.

1 '
MRS. BERTA WINKLES
MASSEUSE
European Method
1133 S. W. llth Avenue
! ANNOUNCE BIRTH
i OF SON
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr of Surf
Bide. Miami Beach, announce the
j birth of a son. Harvey Louis. Cc.
J tober 9th- Both mother and baby
' are fine- The baby is the giandson
of Mr. and Mrs. H. H Farr. local
communal workers.

ANNUAL MEETING
TO BE HELD
The ahnual meeting of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau will be held
Wednesday evening, November l**th
on the mezzanine floor of the Al.
I cazar Hotel. Miami. Election of of-
f.cers will take place; yearly re.
[ ports will be heard and the report
of the Baron Hirsch Meyer'loan
will be presented Mr. R R. Adler.
president, will preside. AH members
and friends are urged to attend.

MEETING TO
TAKE PLACE
The Mami Chapter of the Wo-
men's Division of the American
Jewish Congress will meet at the
home of Mrs. B. H. London. 2840
Fairgreen Drive. Mami Beach.
Wednesday afternoon, October
18th aC 2 p in. Uabbi Oilman A.
Zwitman will be gueso speaker
and his subject will be "The Chal-
lenge and the Opportunity.'' Var.-
ous interesting reports will be pre-
sented. Refreshments will be
served. Mrs. Moses Krieger and
Mrs. S. H- Lutsky will be hostesses
with Mrs. London. All members
and fr.ends are urged to attend.

HADASSAH ELECTS
DELEGATE TO CONVENTION
Mrs. Max Dobrin has been elect-
ed bl the Miami Chapter of Senior
Hadassah to attend as a lelegate
to the National Convention of Ha-
dassah in New York City October
24th to Octiber 29th. Mrs. Harry
Platoff was elected as alternate.

BRIS IS
HELD
The bris of the son of Mr. and
Mrs. I. Margol was held S-nday at
the St Francis Hospital with Rev.
I. Malek official ng. Rabbi Moses
Meacheloff was saundik.
CAFETERIA SUPPER
WILL BE HELD
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi.
ami Jewish Auxiliary Orth >dt>x
Congregation will hold the third
annual Cafeteria Supper. S
eveh ng, October 15th betwi
p m. and 10 p- m. in the Y. M
H. A- auditorium. 1567 S. W
street- Choice delicacies at po
prices will be served. An
tain ng program will be pre*
There will be no admission charge.
AH members and friends are urged
to attend as the proceeds will go
towards the Talmud Torah fuhi
SORORITY CELEBRATES
BIRTHDAY
In recogn.tion of the Alpha E| .
*.! :i Phi sorority's twenty-ninth
ill Jay, the chapters through.>;
L 'ted States will celebrate
< r O t ber 21th as the histori.
' tl orgafjxation'i found ng T1-.
.- r'ty was organized twenty-nine
hi at Barnard Collegt, N
York City and has now o\-
twenty-six chapters and a men .
bership of 1000.
WEDDING TO
TAKE PLACE
The wedd ng of Misa Jeanette
Mintzer. daughter of Mr and Mr-
Max Mintzer, to Murray Schul-
man will take place at ohe home
the bride's parent's. 1901 S. W
Kith street. Miami. Sunday after-
noon, October 22nd ao 4 p. m. Rab
bi Abraham A. Ktllner will offici
ate in the presence of the members
of the immediatt family and close
friends. All friends are cordialU
invited to attend the recaption
which wll bt held from 5 p. m
throughout the evening.
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Around the Corner Inn ;
20 to 212 N. E. Second St. j
Note open for the
llth Season
Luncheon* and Dinnera
Daily
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& EVA, CO.
317 \. W. Firth Street
Rev. H. M. Ka*an i- ..n premiaei
all day Tuesday, and Friday morn-
ing and during the week b) ip-
pointment.
4
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SAUSAGE CO.
INC.
37th St. and Normal Are
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Pickled, Cooked and Smoked
Meats
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FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1939

THE JEWISH FLOUDLAN
wJewisii IFIIariidliiai m
PAGE THREE
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. 0. Box 2973
PLANT AND OFFICES
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[
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
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B'NAI B'RJTH
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NOTES
Sidney L. Sennll
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
We wish American city editors wouldn't fall for those
fake report j concerning Hitler's intention of establishing- a
Jewish Statj in Poland. They're all part of a systematic
OFFICES IX PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
SUBSCRIPTION
Brothers of Sholom Lodge will
lu^'V0,^' n'rVw!NaZi ProP^anda a"empt to soft-pedal and camouflage ant-
next business meotinir will be held t ,. ~
at another new temporary meet-' ??** atrocitles Perpetrated by the Nazis in Poland. .
ng place, namely Scottish Rite .ierre van Paassen. who's back in this country, tells us some-
Temple, 471 N. W 3rd street near
N. \V. North River Drive. The
meeting takes place on Tuesday
evening. October 24th.
One year ....
Six Months
$2.00
$1.00
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1939
VOLUME 12.NUMBER 40.
At this meeting the Lodge will
flecide on the matter of perma-
nent quarters. There will be dis-
cussion on the relative merits of
various suggested locations and
the matter will be finally deter-
mined by a vote of the brothers
present.
thing that no foregin correspondent has spilled in the press so
far. Namely, that Great Britain is1 sending loads of troops
and fliers to the Near East, for all the world as if she were
expecting it to becom e war front before very long. Don't
be surprised if Herbert C. Hoover gets the job of international
relief head, the post he so successfully handled during the
world war. ,
The American edition of Hitler's "Mein Kampf" is enjoy-
ing bigger sales since the book has been banned in Germany.
. We're not kiddingsince the signing of the Nazi-Soviet
pact "Mein Kampf" has been withdrawn from circulation in
Naziland. This because it served as a constant reminder
to the German people that the Fuehrer" can be wrong. Ail
pects tu provide the brothers with of wnicn reminds us of the crack current among the hungry
an interesting Bpeaker, one who is Germans of the Reich: "If we had half as much to eat as we
prominent and outstanding in this have to swallow we'd be leading a marvellous life." .
Watch for another guest speak-
er to the coming meeting. Your
writer, as Meetings Chairman, ex-
Might of Right
part of the State. The name of'
the speaker will be announced in i
next week's column.
The brothers wi
that Bro. Frank Coret became ill ;,
during his vacation in Waynes-
ville. N. C. but will be glad to
know that Bro. Coret is now re.
DON'T MISS THIS
Foreign affairs gossipers may have missed a scoop when
"?^!l.e?,!,l!he-v "V,',-|'"1<'''1 a classified ad which N'eal O'Haro discovered
in the Seattle Wash., Times. ... it read: "Experienced Au-
strian paperhanger and painter, at liberty shortly. Will
accept Gentile employment. 1313 Donrn. Adolf"
dtspatch from Pans this week informs us that steps ,.upCTati from and ,<, ,. He- Chancel or of Germany
hay.,beer.taken.by th<.exiled leaders; f Poland and Czecho- ,e(1 t eturiv homc swn. We ,_, ;
Slovakia to continue the governments of these temporarily wish a speedy recovery for Bro. ,.,., u : ,,
downtrodden peoples and establish a cabinet in exile repre ^ret. j ** j* **J government He has ,ust accepted
';m appoint'iient as permanent nrofessor of nnvarnm*n nt
sentative of the ideals of the Czechoslovakia!! people similar. Your writer hears that the Harvard University. Tte?. ^TdUb^between the
to the Polish which functions in France. Keystone of the foun- Nominating Committee will be p..,*,- .j it o .,-. i .r-
dation of these new governments, however, will be the prin-j d and appointed at ^ ,^^' M^riT ^T \ 5 **,"*?"
'meeting. Since Sholom Lodge; "?*"' Met..11 I niversity the students set Hitler's effigj
holds its regular business meet-1<)n f"'e t,le Other day. ... In Boston a sandwich man made up
ings once every month, it is eus-'h Hitler walks in front of a movie house carrying boards
ternary for the presiding officer proclaiming the house unfair. "They're paving more at-
committee(tention ,(l The Rains Came. than t0 Im, .. the pgeado.Hitler
ciple of equality for all citzens. Premier Wladislaw Sikorski of
the Polish Government in exile, in a radio address assured
"justice to all sons of Poland without distinction" as to race
or religion. And former Czech Ambassador to Paris, Dr. Stefan
Osusky, in bis manifesto, which constituted a call to all Czech
citizens to join the Czech army now in progress of formation
in France, declared: "Every citizen is obliged to remain loyal
The
to appoint this
at the October meeting
Nominating Committee is sup- PIa,ntlvelJr *afo" the world. We're beginning to think
posed to make its report of the ,,u' 8tre*>gth of German-American Bund must have been over-
nominees for the offices for the etismatedby ourself as well as by Hitler. Only last week
to the Czechoslovak Republic and to serve her. Everybody with-! next year at the November meet., a Bund meeting started out to raise the $50 000 bail required
out distinction has the same duties, but also the same rights, iw and the election of officers is to get Fritz Kuhn out of the can where he was nut by Dewev
Everybody is equal before the ^ Thus no discrimination;^ DjHJ- bu*nes. --and all the mo, y the, could scrape to, ether amounted to leas
shall prevail among our citizens. We shall not allow racial; ,. ., I'^eoure k- gen
,. ............. I erally followed by Sholom Lodge
origin, nationality, religious or political belief to be held against every year (Your writer has bt,i,n
anybody." And, we are further informed, similar references called upon to explain this pro-
cedure. )
to equality are contained in a manifesto under preparation by
the Sikorski Government.
Of course in its present state it is no more than a hope. Yet
man's greatest achievements are built of dreams born of hope
and the unconquerable faith in the ultimate might of right.
And it must be right for man to live in peace with his neighbor.
It must be right that all be permitted to live with equal op-
portunity and freedom to follow the dictates of conscience.
There are irrefutable fundamental rights which men must
learn to respect in the building of this great world if it is to
survive.
I
Perhaps in spite of the holacaust which has befallen us we
may dare to hope that out of it will] evolve a new and deeper
understanding of man's relationship to man, of man's respon-
sibility to his fellow man.
SOCIETY
A. Z. A. PLANS
ANNOUNCED
At the regular meeting: of the
Miami A. Z. A. held Tuesday evt-
ning plans for a dip dance on
November 5th at the Sea Glades
Jiolj a boat ride on the Seven
Seas on November 23rd and a
Sweetheart Dance on December
10th were discussed. Detailst will
be announced at a later date. Pro-
coeds from these affairs will en-
able the athletic teams of the or-
g-an\*atiin to represent Miami A.
Z. A. at the Souhern Regional
Oonveniion in Augusta. Ga.
The Chapttr will conduct Sab-
bath services at Temple Israel,
There is substantial rumor that
the proposition of establishing ..
B'nai Brith auxilary for the ladies
of Greator Miami will be dis-
cussed at the next meeting. Your
writer is informed that women
representatives from certain Jew-
ish women's organizations will be
invited to attend this meeting to
present the feminne viewprint on
the question. This discussion is one
which deserves the attention of
fvery Brother. Thejre are pros
and cons in reference to the ad.
vantages and disadvantages of a
B'nai B'rith auxiliary.
Sovember 3. In charge of arrange-
mtnts are Ira Selevan, Irving
G-hsburJg, Aaron Goldstein and
Murray Daks.
Miami A. Z. A- was host at a
pledge party given at the home of
Mrs. Charles Adelman. chairman
if the advisory board, rtcently.
Dancing and refreshments were
enjoyed. Mir. Adelman was as-'
sisted by Irving Gmsburg and Bob
Rostnthal.
than *l'ihi. Mayor La Guardia is reported to have made a
jocular promise to the President that he'll make no more cracks
at Hitler. I.a Gliardia's reformation is in line with the
rigid neutrality atmosphere which Washington is trying to
maintain. Have you seen the latesl cartoon sheet, featuring
four pigs and challenging you to find the fifth? ... If yon fold
the sheet in a certain way the four little pigs combine to form
the face of the big Badolf. .
TELL YOUR FRIF.NDS
Roseen Tours, pioneer Palstine shipping agents, will
soon inaugurate a food package service to Palestine. Not
that there is any real danger of famine ia the Jewish National
Homeland as yet. ... But because of the curtailment of all
European exports to Palestine certain essentials, such as flour
and sugar and canned goods, are getting very scarce in Pale-
stine. Eliot Elisofon, Palestine Pavilion photographer, has
just returned from two month's camera work in Europe. .
When in London he accidentally dropped a bagful of flash
bulbs, and was taken to a pohee station on suspicion of being
an I. R. A. agent. ... But he was released when, under third-
degree examination, he broke down and confessed that his
father was a rabbi. .
LOOK AND LAUGH
Best Hitler joke of the week, culled from Walter Winchell
is the following: A drunk was leaning against the bar and
shout.ng: "Hitler is ahorse'sneck!" ... A bystander knocked
the glass out of the shouter's hand. ... The latter poured him.
(Continued on page 5)


PAGE FOUR
TM1 rtWllH 7LOWDUJT
FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1939


JUNIOR DIVISION
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o 8. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBIT RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
CAFETERIA SUPPER
The third annual Cafeteria Sup-
will take place th s Sunday,
0 I5th, etween 6 and 10 p. m
in the Y. M. II. a. auditorium, 1567
S". W. 5th street The committei
ge will Bpare no effort to as-
.i delightful ami entertining
a delightful and entertaining
varietj of choice de'i raciea
at popular pi ices. After :. suppei
games will I play<'I.
A- this will bl Our t' rsl f'-in-t' r,'
< f the Fall Season- we urge and
i ur many friends to come
LADIES AUXILIARY
A regular meeting of our I
s.uxil .. \;ill be h Id on Tuesday
evenii g ( tober 1T. a! i. 5 p. m.
A rep irt w II be n i
Cafeti a Supper an s of the
1 '"' project i
V. ry
will be made regal
ary .. I tin
he S Scl I will
be reported.
CONGREGATION \l. BOARD TO
MEET
A mosl n meeting of the
Bo ; of Direc tors of the congre-
j will be held Tuesday night,
Oct. 17 in the vestry room of the
gogue, Mr. George Chertkoff,
<-..' ...... tative to the Federa-
tion will render his report and will
propose a very vital matter for the
I and welfare of our Talmud
'I rah.
MAZEL TOY
evening for all those present. A
cer congratulations to Mr. and
Mr.-. Charles Amsterdam whose
marriage was solemnized by Rabhi
Kellner on Tuesday, Oct. 10th.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Additional registration w 11 be
held for Sunday Sehool students
Sunday morning, Oct. loth at the
Y. M. H. A. at 10:00 a. m. 16
children Ken Yirbu, have already
registered 8 classes are now func-
iontiR and additional ones will he
formed as the registration progres-
ses-
REFUA SHELEMA
We extend our very best wishes
foi .i .....pii ,yery
.i Mrs. Samuel Futt 'rfas and Mrs-
Louis Louis Jacobskmd. We hone
that we shall soon he able to greet
'hem in our midst
HABANOTH GROUPS
The dates and meeting places
for the ill!'' Habanoth groups of
i M ami i i r of Habanoth
are herewith written;
The Buds, agi between '' and
12 y< ars <>i agi Tuesuay aftei
at p- m. in the S; iwjroRue.
The Girls of tjie Blui and Whit.'.
12 1 14 yi ars meel in Y. M. 11- A.
lay afti moon, -1 p- m.
The Debs II '7 years, meet
in the Rabbi's home, Wednesday
n, I p. m.
i tin-
welc mi
'
greetingisa: in them and we
will publish inies of the new
membi
UNVEILING
'I'lo' unveil.ng of lY.i tombstone
memory of our late brother.
Elias Herman, will take place this
Sunday afternoon, Oct. 15, in the
Jewish section of the Woodlawn
Cemetery- at L' p. m. We respect-
fully urge the friends and members
of nur Congregation to pay their
respects.
NJJJgUST BROS/r^
l* IS the OESTf _
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MOHEL
PHONE 2-0828
.100 N. W- 16tii Ave.
The post holiday seahon findh
the "Y" busier than ever.
with ts activities A visit to our
building any evening will convince
anyone of the immediate need of a
Community tenter. Every inch of
available space is taken up with
th.' various activities. Let us hope
this keeps up so that we may have
a larger building in the near fu-
ture.
HARMONICA BAND
As previously announced, a har-
monica Hand is be Kg formed by
the executive director under the
leadership of Mrs Bi iwnye Has-
tnii Sears, well known musical di-
rector- The first mi if this
w II l-e held a' !,. "Y" on
M afti i ion, Oi tober Ifi
1:00 o'clock. Boys and girls be-
tween the ages of 9 and 16 : irs
are eligible Parents are urged I
bring their i hi dren here at that,
time as this s a very
instructive proj
STOCK COMPANY
The Y. M. II A Si '
mces that it will
three a. i Soi ial Come.;..
"G Ahead" on Sundaj i
N'oveml er 12th at th. "V"
torium. This plaj is bi ing -
by Mr Sam Hollander and
excellent i omedy. More d
about tm> later
Dr. Samuel Beekmarr was
princ pal speaker at a meet
this division held last Monda;
ning. Fine progress \& be .
complished by this group.
It has always bees our c
tion that the Y. M II. A
training school for fuure le
As BUCh, we deem it n,
that the younger member- a
hemselves with the aims am
. ipals of every worth while .1
orgarYzation in the -cil.i w :
: hat in m nd, our executive
augurated a -
(Continued on page "i
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Our Lobby, Dininj Rooms,
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FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1939
THE JEWISH FLOUDIAtf
PAGE FIVE
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
(Continued from page 3)
lectures to be given by the leaders
of the various Jewish organizations
before th Junior Division, in
which they will outline, the aims
and principals of their respective
organ zations. Letter aves have
been sent out to the various or.
ganizations and as soon as re-
sponse-.- are received a scheduled
program will be prepared. More
abou this in succeeding issues.
hall game with our Y. M- H. A. We
will have definite data by next
week (we hope).
Y. W. H. A.
Mrs. Molly Belov wife of Pro-
fessor Joel Belov of the University
of Miami, gave a splendid biok re-
v ew before this group at a meet-
ing held Wednesday evening. She
reviewed the book. "My Husband."
Mrs. Belov was formerly an in.
ttrnctor in Gratz Cillege. Philadel-
phia and was publicity chairman of
the Hadassah in the city of Bro-
th.Hy Love. We are very proud
I i hav< her in our midst.
ALI.1E BBRKOWITZ PACES "Y"
BOWLERS
Al Bedkowitz, captain of the "Y\
Royals, forged ahead of Abe
Weiner. last week's leader, to lead
the league in toppled pins totaling
881 with an average of 97-8. The
"Y" Reliables continue to *>ace
the league for the third consecu-
tive week with 7 wins out of 9
starts. On Thursday, Oct. 12th the
Reliables captained by Harry
Schwartz, meet Allie Berkowitz's
"Royals" and the "Warriors." led
by Marty Milstein, oppose Abe
Berkowitz's "Jitterbug" aggrega-
tion. Come out and cheer your fa-
vories at the Miami Recreation
Alleys. 301 S. Miami avenue.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
62"i Mirhican Avenue
'Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michiican Avenue
'Phone 5-2013
DAILY SERVICES
Shachriss: 8:00 a- m. daily; 8:30
a. m. Saturday.
Mincha: 5:30 p- m. daily.
Maariv: 6:15 p.m. daily. 6:30
Saturday-
Shaiosh S'oodoss Saturday after-
noon 5:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff
w 11 speak on "The Portion of the
Week."
HABANOTH
GIRL SCOUTS
A: essay contest is now being
held by this group on the subject,
"Wh*1 the G;rl Scouts Has Done
for Me." The executive director
and Captain Andrew Bergida have
offered prizes for the best essay
submitted- The results will be an-
nounced later.
Miss Frances Ginsburg an-
nounces that there will be a meet-
ing '-f the Brownye Group on Tuts-
day afternoon. October 17th at
4:00 oclook. All children interested
are asked to be here at that time.
Y. M. H. A. LEAGUE
STANDING
Team
Reliables .
Warriors
Royals
Jitterbugs
Name
Won
7
5
3
3
o'clock. A musical and cultural
freshments will be served- Host-
esses will be Mrs. Spivak and Mrs.
Kraemer.
BAIDA.BLACKER WEDDING
A very elaborate wedding was
held at our synagogue Sunday-
night when Mr. Louis Baida and
BIRTH OF SON
ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell WolfsOO
announce1 the birth of a baby sofa
Mitihell, jr.. September 30th at
the Jarkson Memorial Hospital-
Both mother and baby are doing
nicely.
UNVEILING TO
TAKE PLACE
The unveiling of the tombstone
to the memory of Elias Herman
w 11 take place Sunday afternoon.
October 15th at 2 p. m. in the
Miss Anna Blacker were jo.ned in I Jewish section of Wood lawn Ceme
by
Rabbi and can-
marriage
tor.
Refreshments were served in the
Talmud Torah building.
The Miami Beach Habanoth will
meet at 7:00 p m. Discussion of
their first project, and refresh-
ments will be part of their meet. Strictly Confidential
ing.
BOY SCOUT
Games
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
The Y. W, H. A. will have an
Old Fashioned Box Supper and
Dance on Sunday evening. October
29th. As previously announced,
the ladies will prepare ohe box
lunch and insert their name card
:n the box. Said boxes will be auc-
tioned off to the highest bidder.
The gentleman purchasing the
lunch will have the privilege of
eating same with the girl who
prepared it. Dancing and enter-
tainment will follow.
Tickets are but 25 cents and
may be purchased from Mrs. Ann
Lieherman, ehl rmart of the com-
mittee- or from Miss Irene Cohen,
ticket chairmen, or from tha of.
fice. A valuable door prize will be
given to the holder of the "lucky
number."
Al Berkowitz 9
A. Slver ....... 9
M Wroobel 9
A. Winer ...... 8
M- Milstein 9
H. Levinson ... 9
W Mackauf. .. 8
L. Libpowsky.. 8
G Weiss 8
I. Querido 9
Abe Berkowitz 9
H Schwartz .. 8
So lin .. 3
Rosenthal 8
Safan........ 3
Grossman 9
Blumberg 6
Lubel 9
7
I..
D.
L.
R.
N.
M
J. Benynan......
A- Reisman.....
P. Silberman.
M. Friedman
S. Btckmart
G Davis.........
9
5
5
7
5
Pins
881
871
866
765
856
844
747
759
JT<
931
820
727
272
713
363
798
533
793
608
777
420
416
580
389
Lost
2
4
6
6
Avge
97.8
96.7
962
95.5
96.1
937
93.3
94.7
92:6
92.3
91.1
90.7
90.2
891
87 2
88.6
88.5
88.1
86.6"
86.3
84
83.1
82.6
77.4
The Boy Scout troop wMl meet
Tuesday evening at 8 p. m.
MIAMI BEACH MIZRACHI
An exceptionally fine meeting
of the Mizrachi was held last Sat.
urday night at the synagogue- Vice
President Mamcb.es pres ded- Re-
ports on the sale of trees and the where anl i_jn Germany?"
distribution and collection of JNP "No, suh." was oht reply.
boxes were given by Mr. Max Feit "You're is Kentuckyond
and Mrs. F. Kalstein, respectively.
A conctrt was presented by Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Swift, until recently
connected with the Children's Con-
servatory of Music of Vienna.
which was very warmly received.
Refreshments were served at the |
close of the meeting.
tery. All friends are invited to at-
tend.
( nderpoes Operation
Mini Ji-an Wrinlierj, ilauctitrr of
Mr-. Sadie Weinberg. underwent an
appendectomy at the Victoria hospital
recently, anil is now convalescing.
Bris Miluh Held
The bris milah of Louise, son of
Mr-. \. I.aplant, was held Sunday at
the St. Francis Hospital. Rev. Josef
Malek officiated. Mr. Goldetrom WM
wa- -.aundik.
(Continued from Page 3)
self another drink and repeated,
at the top of his lungs: "I still 1 qnstra and Mr. Max F
say Hitler is a horse's neck!" .
Thih t me lit goo socked ho hard
that he was knocked to the floor.
... He looked up at his assailant
and indignantly asked: "Say.
have a lot of respect
here-" .
for
we
tiorhes
SOCIETY
Announces liemoial
Mr. I Rowngarten, Miami's pioneer
furrier, announces the removal of his
-tore to 118 South Miami A\e. Due to
increased business, the removal to the
new and more spacious quarter- was
necessary, SO that the demand- of the
ever-increasing clientele could be -up-
plied. Mr. R.....nsarten specialties in
fur and co-tly rug cold Storage, with
100 insurance on all articles which
are kept in fireproof and certified
rold storage vault-.
REGULAR MEETING
TO BE HELD
A Miami Beach Women's Branch
of the Mzrachi was organized. Of-
ficers pro tern ore: Mrs- A. Beriw.
president; Mrs. F. Kalstein, Mrs.
M- Kraemer and Mrs. B. Nickols-
berg. vice presidents; Mrs. I. D.
Spivak, preasurt?r. and Mrs- G,
Becker, secretary.
The next meeting of the Mianr.
Beach Mizrachi will be hell Satur-
day night, October 21st at 8:99
program has been arranged. Re-
Y. M. H. A. NEWS
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Congrats to Mr- and Mrs. Murry
Grossman upon the b rth of a baby
irirl Murry was the first president
of the Y. M. H. A and now we
have ;. prospective Y-W president.
Congratulations to Miss Betty
Markowiti of Ft. Lauderdale and
Sam Wolf.son of Jacksonville who
recently announced their engage-
ment The Y M. H. A. increased
their 16 Board members to 20 at
the next meeting. Our friend Joe
Mont, manager of the J'ville J P.
C, writes in asking for a basket
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AN OPEN LETTER FROM OUR 1ST VICE PRESIDENT
OF DISTRICT NO. 5 TO SOME
B'NAI B'RITH MEMBERS
Dear Brothers:
Miami Lodge is aiming at a goal of 1000 members by
the first of the year!
Such an effort is no more important than the task of
maintaining our present membership in good standing.
Some of our Brothers, and t is to them that this
letter is addressed, fail to realize that it takes real m
to obtain results ;n the national and international pro-
grain of B'nai B'rith. a program designed to insure the
present and future of our people.
Merely to have your name on the books as a member
s meaningless. You must realize that your dues are the
ammunition with which the Order fights for your liberty
and the future rights of your children.
May I call your attention to the fact that your offi-
cers receive no pay for the many hours of time and
thought devoted to your welfare through the activities of
B'nai B'rith. that one of your officers, our treasure!.
gives practically his entire time to the successful opera-
tion of our Lodge, without one cent of compensation for
his fine work. If you would pause and consider what labor
this involves, with a membership in excess of 739. you
would certainly co-operate with him by this prompt re-
mittance of your dues, without making it necessary
him to make personal calls.
I am writing this opeh letter to you to appeal to your
consideration and good sportsmanship. In the interest of
the great work B'nai B'rith is doing, we ask you to show
your appreciation for the many sacrifices made by your
officers.
Do YOUR part- Pay YOUR dues! Do it TODAY!
Send your check to B'nai B'rith, 510 Cohgress Building.
Fraternally yours.
Isaac Levin. 1st Vice President,
District No. 5.
Elected '<> Boord
At the meeting of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association held Kednesdaj
evening ;it the Y Club room-. Mr.
Matthew S. Handler was elected unan-
imouslv to the Hoard of Directors.
The f rst regular meeting of the gj etegjU. -"g^j
I>adies Auxiliary of the Jewish jult.5 ^r/Ulon.
Welfare Bureau will he held Mon.
day afternoon. October 16th at 2
p. in. at the Alcazar Hotel All
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THE JEWISH TLORIDIAX
FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1939
Miss
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CONGREGATION BETH DAVID ZS SSTSLISZS 2
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
i
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office F'hone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
FOR THE YEAR
and
Daily services at 7:00 a. in
6:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning at 8:80.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School9:00
m., to 12:00.
rolled in our daily Hebrew School,
anl it is ant cipated within the
next week the enrollment wi.l reac.
80 children.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
The eighth series of late Friday
tvening services, conductel by
Rabbi Max Shapiro, wdl officially
begin Friday evening, October 27th
at 8:15 at the Beth David Syna-
gogue.
A choir consisting of nine voices
Son ....p-m.oa shrdlushdmhm m Ifm
under the leadership of Cantor
luis Dayman, will be in readiness
to begin our services the last Fri-
day evening of this month.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
A rtgistrat.on of 175 children
officially started the Sunday-
School of Beth David last Sunday
morning. It is anticipated that the
largest enrollment in the history of
the Synagogue will take place th s
year. Registiation of local children
will close Sunday. October 22nd
JUNIOR CONGREGATION
Junior Congregeation of Beth
IN APPRECIATION
In the name of the Sisterehood,
Congregation and Religious Insti-
tution, we express our gratitude to
Mrh. S. Ehrlich, Chaiiman of the
Succos committee and to her com.
mittee. Mrs. Ben Kandle. Mrs.
Harry Mandel, Mrs. A. Languor,
Mrs. D. Plotkin. Mrs. M. Golden-
blank and Mrs. Ixmis Margulies,
for the splendid work in decorating
oneo of the largest and most btau. |
iful Succah in1 America, and for'
the fine refreshments strved at
every religious occasion during the
Feast of Tabtrnades.
May the Almighty grant the en-
tire conim ttee health and strength
to continue such fir.'t work in the
community,
SISTERHOOD MEETS
An important Board Meeting and
Regular Meeting of the members of
the Beth David Sisterhood will
take place Wednesday. October
I80I1. at 2 p. m.
Preceding the meeting a lunch-
eon will be served at 12 o'clock
with Mosdames Isador Silvcrstein,
Louis Margul es, Ida Jackson, J.
Plotkin os hostesses for this
month's luncheon.
CARD PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Langner
sembly last week. Miss Beatrice
Lieberman Will be in charge nexo
Sunday. Mrs. Belle Hoffman will
hupervihet the music an\l hymn.
The theme for next Sunday's -As-
sembly session will be "Jealousy"
snggehted by the Cain and Abel
film. Rabbi Skop will tell a story
and Mr. Segal, teacher of Senior
Class will present Jewish Current ,
Events
HAPPY BIRTHDAYS
Congraoulations to Mr Herbert
Talisman upon his birthday cele-
brated dlring Assembly Suhday.
LADIES AUXILIARY
LUNCHEON
Wednesday, Oca. 11th marks the
opening meetisg of the l>ad es
Auxiliary of the Congregation.
Guest speaker will be Rev. John
H. Hangar of the Methodist
Church of Winter Park. Mrh. Jo-
seph K. Wolfe, president will pre-
s-de. Greeoings will be presented
by Mr. Barney Cohen, President of
the Congregation and Rabbi Skop
who will also suggest several proj.
ects for this year. Officers of the
Auxiliary for the year are: Mrs.
1 Jos. K. Wolfe, president; Mrs. Gus
Bear, vice president; Mrs. Ben
Katz. recording secretary; Mrs.
George Waldman, corresponding
secretary; and Mrs. L. Abramo.
witz, treasurer. Committee chair-
men are: Mrs. Brdie Weiner. Ways
and Means; Mrs. I. Becker, Hos
Pitality; Mrh. M. J. Heller Mem-
bership; Mrs. Ben Saloman. Havpy
Day Fund; Mrs. A. Small. Charitv"; j
Mrs. Sol Wtttenstein, Program-
Mrs. Fred Salkowitz. Publicity,-
Mrs. Gus Bear and Mrs. LaU Ja.
cab. School Board.
TEMPLE ISRAEL I
137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6*96 Indian Creek Drive6-1266 630 N. E. 31st St.2-548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or b..th o." the Rnhl.is will b. in the Temple every mornln*.
You mav consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls commu-
nlty or yen- pe: tonal problems. You will be insured sympathetic
h-arlnr and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in
mrirt confidence.
David for this season will begin will sponsor a card party aTtoeir
Saturday October 21st ao 10} home, 2288 S. W.17* St forth
Hebrtw School rag*teatio will Beth David Sisterh...... Sunday
continue unt 1 Tuesday. Octeter eVenng, October ifitfa at 7*0
17*. Inef,estwl,.k.,rreg1>trat..,:vi..l.k. All members and their
close to fifty children havt ei*' friends are urged to attend
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Friday evening. Oct. 13th, 1989,
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Sermon: "The Snrvival of the
Ethically Fit" Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan.
Services will be conducted by
Rabb. Colman A. Zwitnian.
IN MBMORIAM
At our services this Friday eve.
iving, the memory of the following
will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Maurice I'as-
troff, Charles Shield.
Yahrze.ts: Leah Sperling. Carrie
Rosing.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
"Even the rebuilding of the
Temple in Jerusalem is not as im.
portant as the teaching of chil-
dren." Talmud.
The statement quoted from the
Talmud has particular reference to
Jewish educat.on and to Hebrew
instruction. Parents who are mem.
bcrs of the Temple are especially
fortunate to have the opportunity
of sending their children to the
daily Hebrew classes instructtd by
Mr. Dav.d Freeclman.
On Monlays and Wednesdays, he-
ween 3:80 and 6:00 p. m. Hebrew
classes are held for beginners and
advanced pupils at the Temple in
Miami.
On Tuesdays anl Thursdays, 1 e
:!:!" and 6:89 p. m. Mr.
Preedman conducts Temple Israel
Hebrew classes for beginners and
Services: Fr day at 8:15 p. m.
mon by Rabbi Morris A. Skop
"Is Judaism Producing Righteous
.Men? This theme is suggested by
the rtading frim the B bk> this
Sabbath dealing with the person-
ality of Noah who was the type of
righeous man in his generation.'
Who are ther ighteous men in our!
midst? Ate there tests we can ap-1
ply to judge a" righteous Jew to-
day. Where is Judaism SUCcetdingl
or failing n producing "righteous"'
men for our generation. What is
righteousness?
Sabbath servfcta: Saturday at
8:30 a. m. '
LADIESS BIBLE CLASS
Every Tuesday at 2 p. m. Rabbi
skop wil] conduct the ladies Bible
Class throughout the year. Some
forty lad es have enrolled. Please
be jure t i bring your Bible to the
stssions,
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
The first reel of the talking
movies was shown in assembly last
Sunday dealing with the "Creation
of the World." Every Sunday for
fourteen weeks Mr. Benton SS egal
with the cooperation of the School
Board will present Bible movies.
Next WCWk-'fl reel will deal with
"Cain and Abel." Mr. Arthur Skop,
instructor of the Intermediate
Classes w II read the scriptural
Portion during Assembly prior to
v%
for advanced pupils at the Drexel
Schaal, 1486 Drexel Ave., Miami
Beach.
Your children may be reg --.ere.:
any afternoon at either of the
branches.
WELCOME TO NEW MEMBERS
Our Congregation extends a mos'
cordial welcome to the newly en.
r died members, who have become
co-workers in our cause- -the cause
of Israel.
The Temple office and the of-
f ce of the Executive Stcretary
have already -ent personal letters
of welcome on behalf of the Rabb B'
officers and Board of Trustees, to
the new members, but we wish to
accentuate the importance of their
affiliation by listing them n this
Bulletin.
The new members who have
joined Temple Israel since August
1st. 1939, are:
Dr. A R. Hollender
Mr. Arthur Treister
Mr. Marvin C- Freedman
Mr. Joseph N. Rosen
Mr Myron S. Ze ntz
Dr. Philipp Rezek
Mr. Louis Letaw
Mr. Matthew s Bandit t
Mr. Same Solo-. ( y
Mr. Al Weiss
Mr. Sam Luby
Mr. II. A. Kaufmans
Mr Cyril A. I ewis
Mr. Max Steuer
Mr. II. J. Peibeh
Mr. Morris Ma
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clatter of dishes, or even the laughter and voices
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Mrs. Jessie Brueker
' Mr. Edwin Lai I
Dr. Sidney Cast
Mr. .la ob I erner
Mr. David A. Frank
Ir Alfred (1. Levin
Mr. J. Dav
Mrs. Camille Raum
Dr. B. II. Sadowsky
Mrs. Re E. Lind
Mr, Sam Kahn
Mr Harry Boyell
Mr. Harry B. Or]in
A LABOR OF LOVE
At the annual meeting held last
May the project of a new Temple
Israel cmetery was undertaken by
the membrship. Mr. Herman Wall,
chairman of the Cemetery Commit-
tee, made an appead at that time,
asking our members to contribute
treys and shrubbery for the beaut.-
fication of the new cemetery. Many
of the members pledged themselves
to do this labor of love.
A Temple committee has pur.
chased the shrubbery necessary and
we are now awaiting the responss
of the membership.
The memory of your beloved de-
parted may truly be consecrated by
sending in a contributon to this
special fund of "Cemetery Beauti.
fication."


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FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1939 THE JEWISH FLOUDLAN wJewisii IFIIariidliiai m PAGE THREE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue [ J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager B'NAI B'RJTH T NOTES Sidney L. Sennll Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 We wish American city editors wouldn't fall for those fake report j concerning Hitler's intention of establishinga Jewish Statj in Poland. They're all part of a systematic OFFICES IX PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION Brothers of Sholom Lodge will lu^'V 0 ^' n'rVw! N aZi P ro P^ anda a "empt to soft-pedal and camouflage antnext business meotinir will be held T • •,. ~ at another new temporary meet-' ??** atrocitles Perpetrated by the Nazis in Poland. %  ng place, namely Scottish Rite ierre van Paassen who's back in this country, tells us someTemple, 471 N. W 3rd street near N. \V. North River Drive. The meeting takes place on Tuesday evening. October 24th. One year .... Six Months $2.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1939 VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 40. At this meeting the Lodge will flecide on the matter of permanent quarters. There will be discussion on the relative merits of various suggested locations and the matter will be finally determined by a vote of the brothers present. thing that no foregin correspondent has spilled in the press so far. Namely, that Great Britain is 1 sending loads of troops and fliers to the Near East, for all the world as if she were expecting it to becom e war front before very long. Don't be surprised if Herbert C. Hoover gets the job of international relief head, the post he so successfully handled during the world war. The American edition of Hitler's "Mein Kampf" is enjoying bigger sales since the book has been banned in Germany. We're not kidding—since the signing of the Nazi-Soviet pact "Mein Kampf" has been withdrawn from circulation in Naziland. This because it served as a constant reminder to the German people that the Fuehrer" can be wrong. Ail pects tu provide the brothers with of wnicn reminds us of the crack current among the hungry an interesting Bpeaker, one who is Germans of the Reich: "If we had half as much to eat as we prominent and outstanding in this have to swallow we'd be leading a marvellous life." Watch for another guest speaker to the coming meeting. Your writer, as Meetings Chairman, exMight of Right part of the State. The name of' the speaker will be announced in i next week's column. The brothers wi that Bro. Frank Coret became ill ;, during his vacation in Waynesville. N. C. but will be glad to know that Bro. Coret is now re. DON'T MISS THIS Foreign affairs gossipers may have missed a scoop when "?^!l. e ?,!,l! he v V, | '" 1 <'''1 a classified ad which N'eal O'Haro discovered in the Seattle Wash., Times. ... it read: "Experienced Austrian paperhanger and painter, at liberty shortly. Will accept Gentile employment. 1313 Donrn. Adolf" dtspatch from Pans this week informs us that steps ,. upCTati from and ,<„, ,„. He Chancel or of Germany hay. ,beer .taken .by th< .exiled leaders ; f Poland and Czecho, e(1 t eturiv homc swn We „,_, _„ ; Slovakia to continue the governments of these temporarily wish a speedy recovery for Bro. ,.,., u ,„ „. :„ ,, „ • „ downtrodden peoples and establish a cabinet in exile repre ^ret. j *£* j* **J government He has ,ust accepted ; m appoint'iient as permanent nrofessor of nnvarnm*n nt sentative of the ideals of the Czechoslovakia!! people similar. Your writer hears that the Harvard University. Tte?. ^TdUb^between the to the Polish which functions in France. Keystone of the founNominating Committee will be P..,*,„.J IT O .,-. i .r, „ dation of these new governments, however, will be the prin-j— d and appointed at ^ ,^^' M^riT ^T \ 5 **,"*?" 'meeting. Since Sholom Lodge; "?*" %  Met..11 I niversity the students set Hitler's effigj holds its regular business meet-1 < )n f "' e t,le Other day. ... In Boston a sandwich man made up ings once every month, it is eus-'h Hitler walks in front of a movie house carrying boards ternary for the presiding officer proclaiming the house unfair. "They're paving more atcommittee(tention (l The Rains Came than t0 Im .. the p geado Hitler ciple of equality for all citzens. Premier Wladislaw Sikorski of the Polish Government in exile, in a radio address assured "justice to all sons of Poland without distinction" as to race or religion. And former Czech Ambassador to Paris, Dr. Stefan Osusky, in bis manifesto, which constituted a call to all Czech citizens to join the Czech army now in progress of formation in France, declared: "Every citizen is obliged to remain loyal The to appoint this at the October meeting Nominating Committee is supP Ia,ntlvel J r afo !" the world. We're beginning to think posed to make its report of the ,,u 8tre *>gth of German-American Bund must have been overnominees for the offices for the etismated—by ourself as well as by Hitler. Only last week to the Czechoslovak Republic and to serve her. Everybody with-! next year at the November meet., a Bund meeting started out to raise the $50 000 bail required out distinction has the same duties, but also the same rights, iw and the election of officers is to get Fritz Kuhn out of the can where he was nut by Dewev Everybody is equal before the ^ Thus no discrimination;^ £ DjHJbu*nes. --and all the mo, y the, could scrape to, ether amounted to leas shall prevail among our citizens. We shall not allow racial; ,. ., I'^eoure Kgen ,. I erally followed by Sholom Lodge origin, nationality, religious or political belief to be held against every year (Your writer has bt i n anybody." And, we are further informed, similar references called upon to explain this procedure. ) to equality are contained in a manifesto under preparation by the Sikorski Government. Of course in its present state it is no more than a hope. Yet man's greatest achievements are built of dreams born of hope and the unconquerable faith in the ultimate might of right. And it must be right for man to live in peace with his neighbor. It must be right that all be permitted to live with equal opportunity and freedom to follow the dictates of conscience. There are irrefutable fundamental rights which men must learn to respect in the building of this great world if it is to survive. I Perhaps in spite of the holacaust which has befallen us we may dare to hope that out of it will] evolve a new and deeper understanding of man's relationship to man, of man's responsibility to his fellow man. SOCIETY A. Z. A. PLANS ANNOUNCED At the regular meeting: of the Miami A. Z. A. held Tuesday evtning plans for a dip dance on November 5th at the Sea Glades Jiolj a boat ride on the Seven Seas on November 23rd and a Sweetheart Dance on December 10th were discussed. Detailst will be announced at a later date. Procoeds from these affairs will enable the athletic teams of the org-an\*atiin to represent Miami A. Z. A. at the Souhern Regional Oonveniion in Augusta. Ga. The Chapttr will conduct Sabbath services at Temple Israel, There is substantial rumor that the proposition of establishing .. B'nai Brith auxilary for the ladies of Greator Miami will be discussed at the next meeting. Your writer is informed that women representatives from certain Jewish women's organizations will be invited to attend this meeting to present the feminne viewprint on the question. This discussion is one which deserves the attention of fvery Brother. Thejre are pros and cons in reference to the ad. vantages and disadvantages of a B'nai B'rith auxiliary. Sovember 3. In charge of arrangemtnts are Ira Selevan, Irving G-hsburJg, Aaron Goldstein and Murray Daks. Miami A. Z. Awas host at a pledge party given at the home of Mrs. Charles Adelman. chairman if the advisory board, rtcently. Dancing and refreshments were enjoyed. Mir. Adelman was as-' sisted by Irving Gmsburg and Bob Rostnthal. than *L'IHI. Mayor La Guardia is reported to have made a jocular promise to the President that he'll make no more cracks at Hitler. I.a Gliardia's reformation is in line with the rigid neutrality atmosphere which Washington is trying to maintain. Have you seen the latesl cartoon sheet, featuring four pigs and challenging you to find the fifth? ... If yon fold the sheet in a certain way the four little pigs combine to form the face of the big Badolf. TELL YOUR FRIF.NDS Roseen Tours, pioneer Palstine shipping agents, will soon inaugurate a food package service to Palestine. Not that there is any real danger of famine ia the Jewish National Homeland as yet. ... But because of the curtailment of all European exports to Palestine certain essentials, such as flour and sugar and canned goods, are getting very scarce in Palestine. Eliot Elisofon, Palestine Pavilion photographer, has just returned from two month's camera work in Europe. When in London he accidentally dropped a bagful of flash bulbs, and was taken to a pohee station on suspicion of being an I. R. A. agent. ... But he was released when, under thirddegree examination, he broke down and confessed that his father was a rabbi. LOOK AND LAUGH Best Hitler joke of the week, culled from Walter Winchell is the following: A drunk was leaning against the bar and shout.ng: "Hitler is ahorse'sneck!" ... A bystander knocked the glass out of the shouter's hand. ... The latter poured him. (Continued on page 5)



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2n wJewish Florid!if the committee, will rome directly t New York where he will In the guesl of Robert Pell, Slate Department technical advisor on refugee problems. Paul van Zeeland, president of tinCoordinating Foundation, if expected to go directly to W ashington. London IWNSI According in an official announcement released here. Lord W interton, chairman of the Intergovernmental Refugee Committee, ami Sir Herbert Emerson, director, will leave for Washington on October l"i to lake part in the While House Conference on refugee*. The confer• nee liinl originally been scheduled for Sept. IS, No ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS Tl RNED BACK FROM PALESTINE London i \\ NS Palcor Vgeney)—In a .1. l.ulc .1 statement on tinquestion of illegal immigration into Palestine %  luring tin|i.i-t three month*, Colonial ; Secretary Malcolm MarDonaUl lolil tinHouse of Commons that no ill. gal immigrants liail been lurned back %  luring that period in which the Government had a record of a total of 6323 Jews who had entered tincountry without immigration certificates. Replying lo a question from Tom \\ llliams, Laborile, regarding the number of so-called illegal immigrant! who entered Palestine since Vugusl l-t. Mr. MacDonald -;• i1 lhal .luring ihe iwro months lietween Vugusl l-t ami September 30th ihere were IJW2 illegal immigrants and that none of tin* arrivals were lurned hark on the open sea. When Godfrey Mandi-r. liberal, requested lhal ihe Colonial Secretary gi\e speeifir details. Mr. MacDonald aid lhal th enumlier ol refugees who entered ihe country illegally for ihe three months up lo tin end of September 30th amounted to 6,323 ami that this number came into tinrountr) in right boats. Six of tinrefugee ships rame from Kumania, one from Bulgaria ami one from tinl-laml of Rhodes where several hundred refugees hail been stranded after having been rescued from tinburning steamer Kim. N.>w York IWNSI One of tl most serious problem! which faces the Commission for Polish Relief, Inc., new-ly-formed organization to; raise fundin tinI nited States to aii! Polish civilians, is thtta-k of tracing "In-t refugees in I'nlaud ami providing for no less than 700,000 homeless, iccording lo the commissions estimates there are close to Inn.Him refugees in neighboring neutral countriei—."Vtt.ttiui in Rumania, 20,000 to 30,000 in Hungary, 11,000 in Lithuania ami 3,00 in Latvia. It was staled at ilir rommission offifce that tinfollowing principles would be followed wherever possible: 1 1 > Seek lo have local groups in tlie respective countries take tinresponsibility for as much of the relief as possible and >-< distribute the commission's fundonly for ihe mosi essential needs. The rommission plans to cooperate with other relief organ i/atinii-in h as tinKill Cross, tinJoint Distribution Committee ami other organisations in tinfirhl. Maurice Pate, secretary of tincommission, announced that I'aul Super, director of ihe Polish Y.M.i. \.. habeen appointed director of ihe commission's work in Rumania ami \\ illiani C. McDonald apreparing to leave for Warsaw from Zurich, Switz i-rlaml. to represent the commission in the Polish capital. Following the appointments of Super and McDonald. I'ale issued the following statement: "We hope rapidly to haw a dearly defined picture of tinmosi pressing needs for civilian relief both in Poland anil among the homeless refugees who have fled lo other !:"•''snd >.f how nentral interleans gnat misfortune lliul li.iliefullril thi-in." Pate said lhal while working .nit arrangements foe relief within Poland, immediate action has been taken to help the refugeein other iand>. Mr. Pate estimated lhal at least 875,000 u month will lie required lo take ran .if minimum need(or the homeless refugees, and lhal the work MI Rumania is being organized at ill' point-. ABOUT PEOPLE The ICIIM.-.I why P ince a Pr ncesa Hutertua zu Lowenstel, 'rushed tn this country is becausi ohey want their chi'.d to be b im | an American. Don't be misli I when ymi see news ph I is Bhow ing Herbert Kloiz enjoy ii;g l fe at a night club table. He is no playooy. as you cah judge by : his $20,000 Rift to the victims of the S. S. Athena disaster. Max Reinhardt. who successfully i conducted an Academy of Acting i.law Sikorski is II illywood last season, is being ""' nl '" ,sl '' urged to open such a school in New York. Note to dramatic editors: Kl a Kazan, the talented Group Theatre director, who is usually referred to as Greek. Turkish, is a lahdsman of ours. Richard Tauber, the German Jewish opera singeris nterned in South Africa, because there he is still c nsidered German, Otto Klemperer, the br lli-int German Jewish conductor, is at the Deaconess Hospital. Boston. Il<' underwent a most danger. OHS operati in for brain tumor. and still is n a very, very serious condition. • Congratulations to Gregory Brossky for his splendid translat on of the lyrics in the %  Exiles Seek To Eradicate AntiSemitism Paris IWNSI looking forward to eidlap-e of Na/i domination of Poland and former Czerho-Slovakia, exiled leaderof the two eonquered nations nut here with representatives of Jewish grouplo plan a course of action lo he followed in wiping mil anti-Jewish legislation in the two countries. Ex-President Eduard Benes of Czechoslovakia and Premier W ladf the Polish (.overnire expecled lo IM-UC special decrees ordering restoration of complete equality "f rights for Jews when their countries regain their inpedendenre. Negotiationtoward that end were initiated among Jew i-h group-. In a radio broadcast, earlier thiweek. Premier Eikorski assured "just iee to all -onof Poland without dis llnrtion" as lo race or religion. Mean while. I>r. Stefan ll-uk>. Czech lilt bassador lo Paris, issued a manifesto proclaiming equalit) of rightfor all regardh f origin or faith. in it ion ol a Czech Government in exile, similar lo that -ei up by th. Pole-, ilielieved lo lie one of ihe purpose* of Dr. Benes' presence in Paris ami it iexpected lhal one <>l liifirst steps, upon completion ol -mil a Government, will lie lo issur Invalidating all ihe anti-Jewish Jaws introduced in ihe "protectorate of Bohemia-Moravia since occupation by the Nazi regime. In issuing ihe nianiI the JEWISH COMMI NTL VGENCIES APPROVE EFFORTS OF GENERAL JEWISH CO! N< IL Niagra Falls iWNSl Delegates from 2(1 communities, meeting here for the sixth annual Up-State New x ork and Ontario conference of Jewish Communal Agencies proposed Ihe establishment in each community of a Ineal coordinating group which would "cooperate with the General Jewish Council and itaffiliated agencies ami tliss— develop a coordinated localnational policy dealing with rivic protective problems. Sponsored by the Council of Jewi-h Federations and \\ elfare Funds, tin' parley called for "the united and coordinated effortof all our resources'' with a view to improve relationbetween Jewand other groupin the c uuiiitv. Steps alread) taken in ihis direction by the General Jewish Council wenapproved bj the ronferenee which urged, as a further step, coordination in fund raising of the four ageneiein the General Jewish I lllllll ll. Speakers included Joseph < llyman. executive director of the Joint Distribution Coi ittee: Sidney Wallaeh. of tin* Vmerican Jew i-h ('ommittee, ami Dr. W illiani Haber, executive direetor of the National Refugee Service, Inc. Mr. lly man. speaking of ihe suffering of the Jew i-h population in Podelegationthat festo, Dr. Osusky einphasizei Russia. • Paul Mum. who now I j,^,,,.;,,!,.,, „f ,. for all C is in New York Bceparing fay a ritiaens declaring that: Every l.in.l. told the delegationthat the Jewihave suffered more than others there, because the fir-t act of theNazi invaders wato direct the full force of their war machine against the Jewish rommunity. WTI-JI w ISH I II.ISI VTION IMPOSE III UN W (IN JEWS IN VIENNA Urn--. I in Vienm are being tak S p.m. curfew them (o leavi hour and tin nlllv between IWNS) Inforii eporteil that lie .1 sources measures %  n against the Jew-. \n makes it impossible for their homes after that y are allowed to -bop 2 and t p.m. Restrictions Imposed on all Jewin Vienna prohibitthem from having telephones and rac lios Broadway show, s recovering from an attack of the jaundice. >W 1SS REPATRIATES M\Y FORCE DEPORTATION OF LATE I.I.I 1 i.ii.. \M!I\ ILS (.eiieva iWNSl Return lo Switzerland from other European rountrii ,,f 300.000 Swiss eiii/enhas pr nted th.Swis* (vovernmenl with a difficult problem fon ing officials of the ledj eral police lo issue an announcement which said lhal all refguees who arrived in Switzerland after September I ft would be subject to deportation. lh. return of 300.000 Swiss citizens has precipitated an employment problem, the solution of which may !• seen in ihe suggestion offered by the newspaper Neue Zitrirhcr Veiluug which declared editorially lhal tin righthe taken from the 360,000 aliens in Switzerland in order that employ; meiil be found for the repatriates. REFUGEES FACE PRI\ VTION IN SOVIET-OCCI 1*1 ll> VREAS Bucharest I W NS) As a result of ihe flight of Polish shopkeepers, main of them Jew i-h. into Rumania before advancing Soviet troop-, nearloval I e;li the zen iobliged lo remain lovl Cseeho-Slovak Republic and lo serve her. Everybody without distinction has the same duties, but also the same right-. Everybody is equal before the law. Thus, no discrimination shall prevail among our citizens. We will not allow racial origin, nationality, religionor political belief lo be held against anybody. A manifesto ibeing prepared the Sikorski Governn similar referenceti made. The manifesto will contain -ev.-ral paragraphs declaring thai all citizen* of Poland an equal irri spective of rare, nationality or relig ion and will l distributed to Poles throughout ihe world. \ \/l PROPAGANDA I ULS TO BREAK DOWN ARAB \ITITI DE by it in-^whi.li equality are I. re widespread lh, Red Vrmy. ,, Morton. I ml. .1 state\ I. %  • ( on-ul. who had been slaI...M. .1 in Warsaw. Morion, who arrived herntafter -pending 0 week in eastern Poland, said that Ni.iel "Ifi.ialat Zaleszczyki had posted notices advising the publii lo "remain .aim. continue your work and open your -hop-" meanwhile Using their own discretion alo who should remain in Poland and who should be sent into Russia. famine condition in areas oei "in. il %  riling to W ilium Paris IWNSI The attitude of the \rablo Na/i intrigue and their loyalty lo the Vllied Power* was mirrored in the newspapers reaching I'aiifrom all partof the \i.il --peaking world, failure of the Nazis to undermine \r.ib opposition lo ihe Reich was evident in ilu* Beirut newspaper N'ahar which declared editorially that: "We annot foolish enough to believe in l.ermau intrigue-. \\ know lhal Germany not only doenot like ii-. but lias r.l. gated ut" tin place among human races. \l Wafd el Mi-ii. Cairn newspai • states: • %  (.erinanv alone iresponsible for I be war of I'M I and lhal of I"". The democracies, on the other hand, everted every effort lo avoid war." Warning against German insincerity, which violates signatures and tears up treaties, Is sounded in ihe Itaglulad newspaper Djem-Houriat for the benefit of the Soviet I niiin. while a similar warning in ihe Beirut new-paper I.e Jour directed at Pn mier Mussolini aythat "llav"true enemy iGermany". \Federation's Budget Committee Active By Fteo KIM. tjtcith Floridian Sialf H ri/.-r) Presided over by its popular .•Hid :-.,-ii i.il chairman Jimmy Kopelowilz the IftHlaet ComnuttSM of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds is now meeting regularly and often,-reviewing budgets, accomplishments and data of ils participating agencies and new applicants that is submitted lo it. Faced with a grave, iniporlanl and gigantic task, they must separate the wheat from ihe chaff, dig : into these facts and figures, and i differentiate between exaggeration and truthfulnessj they must determine whether the organization lias misused and mistreated last year's allocation: %  r r rSe Ircreaee .i-ked for is justified, for all. bar none, have asked for increases; whether or not the community can afford these increases. Above all what agency in these limes and I present conditions deserve, need Stanley C. Myers, President .and demand mo.l consideration. J Tl,#-v miisl ill ( 1*1111 u< ......... --IThev must determine whether new applicants arc entitled to Federation support anil to what extent. It's no easy task. Evening after evening until the wee hours of the morning, these men ol llie Budget Committee and Federation's able president Stanley CMyers, gather together sacrificing family and social obligations, burdening themselves with the responsibility of satisfying a rommunity of different trends of thoughts, knowing that upon their actions depends the success of Federation, now entering its -eeond year. (After having completed a successful and remarkable record during it's first yera.) Il would be difficult for anyone to realize the work this committee does unless they could be present at these meetings. Each meeting is devoted and set aside to specific participants and the entire evening is given over to them. Prior to each meeting, complete reports and all available data is furnished members for their perusal. Sub-committees are appointed lo make special investigations. At the meetings, personal representatives ol the agencies are heard from. Sub-Conniiiltecs make their report and a thorough diseu-sion is bad. OttOaliOM are asked and answered. If ihe agency is .1 national one. consideration must be given as to the aid rendered the Miami area; what do other Federations throughout the country allocate Ihis institution, comparing population. location I etc.? Will Miami, if need be call on Ibis agency. How will it react j and what has been its attitude toward our community in the nast. j If a local agency, has it progressed, does il need expansion, are other fields more important and so on I into the evening. Serious minded, these men plough into their task realizing the duly lhal is theirs. Soon they will bring their report before the entire directorate of Federation for approval. Then the entire community will join in and complete the job these men have started and together put Federation over the Top more successfully than ever before. JIMMY KOPEl.OMITZ < li;iii in .111


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PAGE FOUR TM1 rtWllH 7LOWDUJT FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1939 JUNIOR DIVISION MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o 8. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBIT RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) CAFETERIA SUPPER The third annual Cafeteria Supwill take place th s Sunday, 0 • I5th, %  etween 6 and 10 p. m in the Y. M. II. A. auditorium, 1567 S". W. 5th street The committei ge will Bpare no effort to as.i delightful ami entertining a delightful and entertaining varietj of choice de'i raciea at popular pi ices. After :. suppei games will I %  play<'I. Athis will bl Our t' rsl f' -in-t r,' < f the Fall Seasonwe urge and i -• ur many friends to come i agi Tuesuay aftei at •! pm. in the S; iwjroRue. The Girls of tjie Blui and Whit.'. 12 1 14 yi ars meel in Y. M. 11A. lay afti moon, -1 pm. The Debs II • '7 years, meet in the Rabbi's home, Wednesday n, I p. m. • i tinwelc mi greetingisa: in them and we will publish inies of the new membi UNVEILING 'I'lo' unveil.ng of lY.i tombstone memory of our late brother. Elias Herman, will take place this Sunday afternoon, Oct. 15, in the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemeteryat L' p. m. We respectfully urge the friends and members of nur Congregation to pay their respects. NJJJGUST BROS/R^ L£* IS the OESTf REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 .100 N. W16tii Ave. The post holiday seahon findh the "Y" busier than ever. with ts activities A visit to our building any evening will convince anyone of the immediate need of a Community tenter. Every inch of available space is taken up with th.' various activities. Let us hope this keeps up so that we may have a larger building in the near future. HARMONICA BAND As previously announced, a harmonica Hand is be Kg formed by the executive director under the leadership of Mrs Bi iwnye Hastnii Sears, well known musical directorThe first mi %  if this w II l-e held a' •!,. %  "Y" on M •. afti i ion, Oi tober Ifi 1:00 o'clock. Boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 16 : • irs are eligible Parents are urged I bring their i hi dren here at that, time as this s a very instructive proj STOCK COMPANY The Y. M. II A Si • mces that it will three a. i Soi ial Come.;.. "G %  Ahead" on Sundaj i N'oveml er 12th at th. "V" torium. This plaj is bi ing by Mr Sam Hollander and excellent i omedy. More d about tm> later Dr. Samuel Beekmarr was princ pal speaker at a meet this division held last Monda; ning. Fine progress \& be complished by this group. It has always bees our c tion that the Y. M II. A training school for fuure le As BUCh, we deem it n, that the younger membera hemselves with the aims am ipals of every worth while .1 orgarYzation in the -cil.i w •: : hat in m nd, our executive %  augurated a -• (Continued on page "i WOLPERT' FUKNITURd BARGAINS! Wc S?ro. e To Be Urr 155 W. FLAGLER PHONE 3-4132 /•-TO/ AA& CONDITIONED JACKSONVILLE J LARGEST o-< fINEST HOTEL 300 ~i 500 lothi MERVOUS AMO ftLUE' M?M&Tae iWM?Kftt *&*> IJACKSONVILLE FLORIDA C&afiXutjkouAMi-.it. Conveniently loeeted In t-t downtown business, shopping ird theetcr district Every room M outside room (no court) with fjrt?.t< bth, cirCuUttnf K weler, r.d.c, fn .nd bed reed'n§ lemp. Suites el perlor, bedroom *nd beth. Superior cuisine and service in The Petio G'ill end The Rendezvous. Our Lobby, Dininj Rooms, Lounge, Beauty Perlor, Bt'bcr Shop •nd ill public rooms ere completely eir conditionedMore th.n h*lf oi our Gues* Rooms ere individuelly i,r con. d'onea-.-no re


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FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1939 THE JEWISH FLOUDIAtf PAGE FIVE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (Continued from page 3) lectures to be given by the leaders of the various Jewish organizations before th Junior Division, in which they will outline, the aims and principals of their respective organ zations. Letter aves have been sent out to the various or. ganizations and as soon as response-.are received a scheduled program will be prepared. More abou this in succeeding issues. hall game with our Y. MH. A. We will have definite data by next week (we hope). Y. W. H. A. Mrs. Molly Belov wife of Professor Joel Belov of the University of Miami, gave a splendid biok rev ew before this group at a meeting held Wednesday evening. She reviewed the book. "My Husband." Mrs. Belov was formerly an in. •ttrnctor in Gratz Cillege. Philadelphia and was publicity chairman of the Hadassah in the city of Broth.Hy Love. We are very proud I i hav< her in our midst. ALI.1E BBRKOWITZ PACES "Y" BOWLERS Al Bedkowitz, captain of the "Y\ Royals, forged ahead of Abe Weiner. last week's leader, to lead the league in toppled pins totaling 881 with an average of 97-8. The "Y" Reliables continue to *>ace the league for the third consecutive week with 7 wins out of 9 starts. On Thursday, Oct. 12th the Reliables captained by Harry Schwartz, meet Allie Berkowitz's "Royals" and the "Warriors." led by Marty Milstein, oppose Abe Berkowitz's "Jitterbug" aggregation. Come out and cheer your favories at the Miami Recreation Alleys. 301 S. Miami avenue. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 62"i Mirhican Avenue 'Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michiican Avenue 'Phone 5-2013 DAILY SERVICES Shachriss: 8:00 am. daily; 8:30 a. m. Saturday. Mincha: 5:30 pm. daily. Maariv: 6:15 p.m. daily. 6:30 SaturdayShaiosh S'oodoss Saturday afternoon 5:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff w 11 speak on "The Portion of the Week." HABANOTH GIRL SCOUTS A: essay contest is now being held by this group on the subject, "Wh*1 the G;rl Scouts Has Done for Me." The executive director and Captain Andrew Bergida have offered prizes for the best essay submittedThe results will be announced later. Miss Frances Ginsburg announces that there will be a meeting '-f the Brownye Group on Tutsday afternoon. October 17th at 4:00 oclook. All children interested are asked to be here at that time. Y. M. H. A. LEAGUE STANDING Team Reliables Warriors Royals Jitterbugs Name Won 7 5 3 3 o'clock. A musical and cultural freshments will be servedHostesses will be Mrs. Spivak and Mrs. Kraemer. BAIDA.BLACKER WEDDING A very elaborate wedding was held at our synagogue Sundaynight when Mr. Louis Baida and BIRTH OF SON ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell WolfsOO announce 1 the birth of a baby sofa Mitihell, jr.. September 30th at the Jarkson Memorial HospitalBoth mother and baby are doing nicely. UNVEILING TO TAKE PLACE The unveiling of the tombstone to the memory of Elias Herman w 11 take place Sunday afternoon. October 15th at 2 p. m. in the Miss Anna Blacker were jo.ned in I Jewish section of Wood lawn Ceme by Rabbi and canmarriage tor. Refreshments were served in the Talmud Torah building. The Miami Beach Habanoth will meet at 7:00 p m. Discussion of their first project, and refreshments will be part of their meet. Strictly Confidential ing. BOY SCOUT Games SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT The Y. W, H. A. will have an Old Fashioned Box Supper and Dance on Sunday evening. October 29th. As previously announced, the ladies will prepare ohe box lunch and insert their name card :n the box. Said boxes will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. The gentleman purchasing the lunch will have the privilege of eating same with the girl who prepared it. Dancing and entertainment will follow. Tickets are but 25 cents and may be purchased from Mrs. Ann Lieherman, ehl rmart of the committeeor from Miss Irene Cohen, ticket chairmen, or from tha of. fice. A valuable door prize will be given to the holder of the "lucky number." Al Berkowitz 9 A. Slver 9 M Wroobel 9 A. Winer 8 MMilstein 9 H. Levinson ... 9 W Mackauf. .. 8 L. Libpowsky.. 8 G Weiss 8 I. Querido 9 Abe Berkowitz 9 H Schwartz .. 8 So •lin .. 3 Rosenthal 8 Safan 3 Grossman 9 Blumberg 6 Lubel 9 7 I.. D. L. R. N. M J. Benynan AReisman P. Silberman. M. Friedman S. Btckmart G Davis 9 5 5 7 5 Pins 881 871 866 765 856 844 747 759 %  JT< 931 820 727 272 713 363 798 533 793 608 777 420 416 580 389 Lost 2 4 6 6 Avge 97.8 96.7 962 95.5 96.1 937 93.3 94.7 92:6 92.3 91.1 90.7 90.2 891 87 2 88.6 88.5 88.1 86.6" 86.3 84 83.1 82.6 77.4 The Boy Scout troop wMl meet Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. •MIAMI BEACH MIZRACHI An exceptionally fine meeting of the Mizrachi was held last Sat. urday night at the synagogueVice President Mamcb.es pres dedReports on the sale of trees and the where anl i_j n Germany?" distribution and collection of JNP "No, suh." was oht reply. boxes were given by Mr. Max Feit "You're is Kentucky—ond and Mrs. F. Kalstein, respectively. A conctrt was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swift, until recently connected with the Children's Con• servatory of Music of Vienna. which was very warmly received. Refreshments were served at the | close of the meeting. tery. All friends are invited to attend. ( nderpoes Operation Mini Ji-an Wrinlierj, ilauctitrr of Mr-. Sadie Weinberg. underwent an appendectomy at the Victoria hospital recently, anil is now convalescing. Bris Miluh Held The bris milah of Louise, son of Mr-. \. I.aplant, was held Sunday at the St. Francis Hospital. Rev. Josef Malek officiated. Mr. Goldetrom WM wa-.aundik. (Continued from Page 3) self another drink and repeated, at the top of his lungs: "I still 1 qnstra and Mr. Max F say Hitler is a horse's neck!" Thih t me lit goo socked ho hard that he was knocked to the floor. ... He looked up at his assailant and indignantly asked: "Say. have a lot of respect here-" for we tiorhes SOCIETY Announces liemoial Mr. I Rowngarten, Miami's pioneer furrier, announces the removal of his -tore to 118 South Miami A\e. Due to increased business, the removal to the new and more spacious quarterwas necessary, SO that the demandof the ever-increasing clientele could be -upplied. Mr. R nsarten specialties in fur and co-tly rug cold Storage, with 100 insurance on all articles which are kept in fireproof and certified rold storage vault-. REGULAR MEETING TO BE HELD A Miami Beach Women's Branch of the Mzrachi was organized. Officers pro tern ore: MrsA. Beriw. president; Mrs. F. Kalstein, Mrs. MKraemer and Mrs. B. Nickolsberg. vice presidents; Mrs. I. D. Spivak, preasurt?r. and MrsG, Becker, secretary. The next meeting of the Mianr. Beach Mizrachi will be hell Saturday night, October 21st at 8:99 program has been arranged. ReY. M. H. A. NEWS NEWS AROUND TOWN Congrats to Mrand Mrs. Murry Grossman upon the b rth of a baby irirl Murry was the first president of the Y. M. H. A and now we have ;. prospective Y-W president. Congratulations to Miss Betty Markowiti of Ft. Lauderdale and Sam Wolf.son of Jacksonville who recently announced their engagement The Y M. H. A. increased their 16 Board members to 20 at the next meeting. Our friend Joe Mont, manager of the J'ville J P. C, writes in asking for a basket —frenchy's— BEAUTY SALON 201 Shoreland Arcade 2nd Floor Facing Elevatror. FALL SPECIAL O;^-^ CROQUIGNOLE P > a# ...Wave... ^^ Expert Hair Tintino and Bleaching. Personality Hair Cuts By "Freochy" formerly w 11 n Dallas Park Hotel. PHONE 2-6666 AN OPEN LETTER FROM OUR 1ST VICE PRESIDENT OF DISTRICT NO. 5 TO SOME B'NAI B'RITH MEMBERS Dear Brothers: Miami Lodge is aiming at a goal of 1000 members by the first of the year! Such an effort is no more important than the task of maintaining our present membership in good standing. Some of our Brothers, and t is to them that this letter is addressed, fail to realize that it takes real m to obtain results ;n the national and international prograin of B'nai B'rith. a program designed to insure the present and future of our people. Merely to have your name on the books as a member s meaningless. You must realize that your dues are the ammunition with which the Order fights for your liberty and the future rights of your children. May I call your attention to the fact that your officers receive no pay for the many hours of time and thought devoted to your welfare through the activities of B'nai B'rith. that one of your officers, our treasure!. gives practically his entire time to the successful operation of our Lodge, without one cent of compensation for his fine work. If you would pause and consider what labor this involves, with a membership in excess of 739. you would certainly co-operate with him by this prompt remittance of your dues, without making it necessary him to make personal calls. I am writing this opeh letter to you to appeal to your consideration and good sportsmanship. In the interest of the great work B'nai B'rith is doing, we ask you to show your appreciation for the many sacrifices made by your officers. Do YOUR partPay YOUR dues! Do it TODAY! Send your check to B'nai B'rith, 510 Cohgress Building. Fraternally yours. Isaac Levin. 1st Vice President, District No. 5. Elected '<> Boord At the meeting of the Young Men's Hebrew Association held Kednesdaj evening ;it the Y Club room-. Mr. Matthew S. Handler was elected unanimouslv to the Hoard of Directors. The f rst regular meeting of the gj etegjU. !" -"g^j I>adies Auxiliary of the Jewish j ult 5 ^r/U lon Welfare Bureau will he held Mon. day afternoon. October 16th at 2 p. in. at the Alcazar Hotel All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. ^rtSfieolieLa. 0 Do You Own Your Home? There nawer waa a better time than new to build one The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes K Possible Give me a call and I will gladly Help you to get the best tjos.Ible Information as to Its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 1015 Seyooid Bldg. Phone 2-3151 WIPE OUT Business Losses CMMSJ by inaccurate records Use the JACKSONVILLE'S LEADING HOTEL SUMMER COMFORT this modern. Areptool hoi.l la the heart el downtown lackeonvUle. Every room with tub and ehowtr. eolt water, radle. and Venetian Wind*. Erery bed with Inneisprfna mattreee and readina tana. Running Ice water on eerylloor. 0UlA*-rICC0 COCKTAIL LOUNGE ond COFFEE SHOP Cthtr J. I Pound Hold* Hotel fotftn-Crwrlwofle — Hotel DeSoto-So-Q Make Your Typewriter a BH1ing Machine for 2r a day by using the amazing new EGRY TRU-PAK Free demonstrations is your owa •attce on requaat. • H. E. KOPPLOW CALKS AGSNT 121 NORTHWEST 17TH eT.. ** MIAMI, FLA. Phone 2-1174 SPEED-FEED Mo chance tn tjeewrtur operation. Iaereaeee outeut **• operatar itfe and more. Eliminate! aie of a a a time careens. AH conies held in perfect alignment. Pre* Deeaonetratlon OB RcquesL H. E. KOPPLOW SALES AOENT 923 NORTHWEST 17TH ST. ^ MIAMI. FLA. Phone 2-1174 ( % 



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORID! AN FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1939 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES • RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor SPINOZA GROUPS HEAKS SENIOR HADASSAH GUEST SPEAKER | TO INSTALL OFFICBR8 Dr. Nina Adlerbaum. well-known, the Miami Chapter of Senior author and lecturer, addressed the i Hadassah w 11 open their session of Spinoza Group last Saturday after" act ; V i t j es w jt n an installation of noon on the German mentality and I officers held at a "Bruncn", Monon the tragic condition of the Jew. j day afemoon. October 23rd at ish people in Nazi Germany Dr. Adlerbaum travelled the ent re country of Germany and spoke to 11:30 a. m. at the Alcazar Hotel. A n interesting program will be presented In charge of the armany r Jews and noh Jews. Next rangements are Mrs. BMeyers. Saturday afternoon, at 3 p m. The Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs SamSpinoza Group will meet as usual uel Katz and Mrs. Barney Weinkle. on the lawn, at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. After a musical interlude. Dr. Abraham Wolfso n will speak on the Character of Spinoza. All are welcomeThere is no charge. • • RETURN TO CITY Mrand Mrs. Harry I. Magid just returned to the c.ty from Nashville.Tenn .Where they visiteu their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Ghertner. • • HABY IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. Murry Grossman of 112-19th St-, Miami Beach, an. nounce the birth of a baby daughter. Dawn. Tueday. October 10th at the St Francis Hospital. Both I mother and baby are doing ncely. • • • MIAMI BEACH A. L. A. TO MEET Sunday evening at the Beth Jacob synagogue the Miami Beach A. Z A. will hold a cultural meeting with Jack Rubin presiding. The program will include addresses by Carl Gardner and Capt. P. Flod-stronij ex-soldier oi fortune. A musical program will also be presented. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kesser and family Extend to All SEASON'S GREETINGS MrsJoseph A. Wilf.amson will be toastmistress ana Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal will install the officersOfficers to be be installeo are Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, president; Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, f.rst vice president; Mrs. Carrie Rosen, second vice president; MrsLeonard Wien, third vice president; Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Jul.us R. Bearson, recording secretary; Mrs. George Goldberg, treaesurer; Mrs. Martin Raffauditor, and Mrs. Harry Platoff, financial secretary. All those interested in attending are re. quested to communicate with Mrs. B. Weinkle at 5-3764 or Mrs. Victor Mill. 3.1495. Reservations must! be made before October 20thMembra and friends are cordially in. vited to attend. MEETING TO BE HELD The Greater Miami Arbeioer Ring Branch No. 692 will noil a special meeting Thursday evening j when the referendum of the 39th i Convent'-on will be voted upon. The Arbeiter Ring Convention held in Baltimore. Md.. in May brought many changes in the Constitution! and also new plans for the future. These amenlmenta must now be approved by the members of the organ.zation and will be done at this meeting. The Educational) Committee of the Greater Miami Branch is completing plans for a series of lectures and concerts to i be held during the coming yearDetails wll b armouncd at a later date. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr and Mrs. A Markowitz of Ft. Lauderdale. Flor.da. announce the engagement of their daughter Betty, to Sam Wolfson, son "f Mr. and Ml* M. Wolfson of Jacksonville. FloridaNo wedding date has been set WELFARE AUXILIARY BOARD MEETS The first board meeting of the, Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew -h Welfare Bureau was held Wednesday at Howard Johnson's. The calendar for the ensuing year was planned and will be announced in next week's issue. • • • LEAVES FOR NORTH Mrs. Ida Optner left Thursday evening for Chicago. HI. where she will visit with relatives and friends returning to Mami the latter part of November Keturn to City Dr. and Mrs. Frank Corel of Miami Beaen, returned to the iit\ after a trip to Atlanta, and ayn. -wll. N.fj. REMOVAL NOTICE 11H SO. MIAMI AVE In (Inr New : ,„,| Si.ai i.iuStnr PIION'K t.r.Qi I. HOSENGARTEN "\fiomi\ I'inm.r Furrii'r" W. HHHHII M.J, tm, and .,.!, ,„ MM ..„„„„. Mill 100 ; „„„„„„ on .,, II,, ,w>i Lb V "'""' l ,ro fln *—cleuiiii.K—cl.,,Mi.—ultrnitlon.. DO am lakr rlmnre,. -tonyour r„tl> „rmn,N in MM tire,.r.f and eerlUM eold % %  ,(,/, \aullH. 1 MRS. BERTA WINKLES MASSEUSE European Method 1133 S. W. llth Avenue ANNOUNCE BIRTH i OF SON Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr of Surf Bide. Miami Beach, announce the j birth of a son. Harvey Louis. Cc. J tober 9thBoth mother and baby are fineThe baby is the giandson of Mr. and Mrs. H. H Farr. local communal workers. • • • ANNUAL MEETING TO BE HELD The ahnual meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held Wednesday evening, November l**th on the mezzanine floor of the Al. I cazar Hotel. Miami. Election of off.cers will take place; yearly re. [ ports will be heard and the report of the Baron Hirsch Meyer'loan will be presented Mr. R R. Adler. president, will preside. AH members and friends are urged to attend. • • • MEETING TO TAKE PLACE The Mami Chapter of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will meet at the home of Mrs. B. H. London. 2840 Fairgreen Drive. Mami Beach. Wednesday afternoon, October 18th aC 2 p in. Uabbi Oilman A. Zwitman will be gueso speaker and his subject will be "The Challenge and the Opportunity.'' Var.ous interesting reports will be presented. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Moses Krieger and Mrs. S. HLutsky will be hostesses with Mrs. London. All members and fr.ends are urged to attend. • • • HADASSAH ELECTS DELEGATE TO CONVENTION Mrs. Max Dobrin has been elected bl the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah to attend as a lelegate to the National Convention of Hadassah in New York City October 24th to Octiber 29th. Mrs. Harry Platoff was elected as alternate. • • • BRIS IS HELD The bris of the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Margol was held S-nday at the St Francis Hospital with Rev. •I. Malek official ng. Rabbi Moses Meacheloff was saundik. CAFETERIA SUPPER WILL BE HELD The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi. ami Jewish Auxiliary Orth >dt>x Congregation will hold the third annual Cafeteria Supper. S eveh ng, October 15th betwi p m. and 10 pm. in the Y. M H. Aauditorium. 1567 S. W streetChoice delicacies at po prices will be served. An • tain ng program will be pre* There will be no admission charge. AH members and friends are urged to attend as the proceeds will go towards the Talmud Torah fuhi SORORITY CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY In recogn.tion of the Alpha E| *.!• :i Phi sorority's twenty-ninth ill Jay, the chapters through.>;• L • 'ted States will celebrate < r O t ber 21th as the histori. tl orgafjxation'i found ng T1-. %  .• r'ty was organized twenty-nine %  • hi at Barnard Collegt, N York City and has now o\twenty-six chapters and a men bership of 1000. WEDDING TO TAKE PLACE The wedd ng of Misa Jeanette Mintzer. daughter of Mr and MrMax Mintzer, to Murray Schulman will take place at ohe home the bride's parent's. 1901 S. W Kith street. Miami. Sunday afternoon, October 22nd ao 4 p. m. Rab bi Abraham A. Ktllner will offici ate in the presence of the members of the immediatt family and close friends. All friends are cordialU invited to attend the recaption which wll bt held from 5 p. m throughout the evening. "—" —+ Around the Corner Inn ; 20 to 212 N. E. Second St. j Note open for the llth Season Luncheon* and Dinnera Daily ..— %  — + ,BOY BUS TOKENS! Miami Tftatlt Co. DUUM Oeorgo B. Dunn, JVewdairf GO SMARTLY .i, BY BUS Kosher Killed Chi, keni in Be Obtained when Shoched ion I)ut> %  t SPRINGER POULTRY & EVA, CO. 317 \. W. Firth Street Rev. H. M. Ka*an i..n premiaei all day Tuesday, and Friday morning and during the week b) ippointment. —4 KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Are CHI0AO0, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT PROM YOUR DELICATESSEN New Obtainable Everywhere in Flerida %  Postilion Hat darling of fashion — yours for onlv 3 98 A rakish, daring hat to five a lift lu >our now Full wardrobe. Dunr in navy with a euabloB brim and dramatie gol


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PAGE MGHT THE JEWISH TLORIDIAX FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1939 Miss r 1" the showing of themovie. Miss + CONGREGATION BETH DAVID ZS SSTSLISZS 2 (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) i 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office F'hone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR and Daily services at 7:00 a. in 6:30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday morning at 8:80. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—9:00 m., to 12:00. rolled in our daily Hebrew School, anl it is ant cipated within the next week the enrollment wi.l reac. 80 children. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES The eighth series of late Friday tvening services, conductel by Rabbi Max Shapiro, wdl officially begin Friday evening, October 27th at 8:15 at the Beth David Synagogue. A choir consisting of nine voices Son ....p-m.oa shrdlushdmhm m Ifm under the leadership of Cantor luis Dayman, will be in readiness to begin our services the last Friday evening of this month. SUNDAY SCHOOL A rtgistrat.on of 175 children officially started the SundaySchool of Beth David last Sunday morning. It is anticipated that the largest enrollment in the history of the Synagogue will take place th s year. Registiation of local children will c lose Sunday. October 22nd JUNIOR CONGREGATION Junior Congregeation of Beth IN APPRECIATION In the name of the Sisterehood, Congregation and Religious Institution, we express our gratitude to Mrh. S. Ehrlich, Chaiiman of the Succos committee and to her com. mittee. Mrs. Ben Kandle. Mrs. Harry Mandel, Mrs. A. Languor, Mrs. D. Plotkin. Mrs. M. Goldenblank and Mrs. Ixmis Margulies, for the splendid work in decorating oneo of the largest and most btau. | iful Succah in 1 America, and for the fine refreshments strved at every religious occasion during the Feast of Tabtrnades. May the Almighty grant the entire conim ttee health and strength to continue such fir.'t work in the community, SISTERHOOD MEETS An important Board Meeting and Regular Meeting of the members of the Beth David Sisterhood will take place Wednesday. October I80I1. at 2 p. m. Preceding the meeting a luncheon will be served at 12 o'clock with Mosdames Isador Silvcrstein, Louis Margul es, Ida Jackson, J. Plotkin os hostesses for this month's luncheon. CARD PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Isador Langner sembly last week. Miss Beatrice Lieberman Will be in charge nexo Sunday. Mrs. Belle Hoffman will hupervihet the music an\l hymn. The theme for next Sunday's -Assembly session will be "Jealousy" snggehted by the Cain and Abel film. Rabbi Skop will tell a story and Mr. Segal, teacher of Senior Class will present Jewish Current Events HAPPY BIRTHDAYS Congraoulations to Mr Herbert Talisman upon his birthday celebrated dlring Assembly Suhday. LADIES AUXILIARY LUNCHEON Wednesday, Oca. 11th marks the opening meetisg of the l>ad es Auxiliary of the Congregation. Guest speaker will be Rev. John H. Hangar of the Methodist Church of Winter Park. Mrh. Joseph K. Wolfe, president will pres-de. Greeoings will be presented by Mr. Barney Cohen, President of the Congregation and Rabbi Skop who will also suggest several proj. ects for this year. Officers of the Auxiliary for the year are: Mrs. 1 Jos. K. Wolfe, president; Mrs. Gus Bear, vice president; Mrs. Ben Katz. recording secretary; Mrs. George Waldman, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. L. Abramo. witz, treasurer. Committee chairmen are: Mrs. Brdie Weiner. Ways and Means; Mrs. I. Becker, Hos Pitality; Mrh. M. J. Heller Membership; Mrs. Ben Saloman. Havpy Day Fund; Mrs. A. Small. Charitv"; j Mrs. Sol Wtttenstein, ProgramMrs. Fred Salkowitz. Publicity,Mrs. Gus Bear and Mrs. La U Ja. cab. School Board. TEMPLE ISRAEL I 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6*96 Indian Creek Drive—6-1266 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or b..th o." the Rnhl.is will b. in the Temple every mornln*. You mav consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls communlty or yenpe: tonal problems. You will be insured sympathetic h-arlnr and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in mrirt confidence. David for this season will begin will sponsor a card party aTtoeir Saturday October 21st ao 10} home, 2288 S. W.17* St forth Hebrtw School rag*teatio„ will Beth David Sisterh Sunday continue unt 1 Tuesday. Octeter eV enng, October ifitfa at 7*0 17*. Inef,estw l ,.k.,r r eg 1 >trat..,„:„vi.. l k All members and their close to fifty children havt ei*' friends are urged to attend 100% RYE BREAD HEALTH K OSHER Made fresh daily from 100 percent whole RYE and alt Health ingredients Good as cake. HEMINGTONMANAGED HEALTH FOOD SHOP 12 S. E. FIRST ST—2-0356 CONGREGATIONAL Friday evening. Oct. 13th, 1989, at 8:1 v p. in. Sermon: "The Snrvival of the Ethically Fit" Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Services will be conducted by Rabb. Colman A. Zwitnian. IN MBMORIAM At our services this Friday eve. iving, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Maurice I'astroff, Charles Shield. Yahrze.ts: Leah Sperling. Carrie Rosing. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL "Even the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem is not as im. portant as the teaching of children." Talmud. The statement quoted from the Talmud has particular reference to Jewish educat.on and to Hebrew instruction. Parents who are mem. bcrs of the Temple are especially fortunate to have the opportunity of sending their children to the daily Hebrew classes instructtd by Mr. Dav.d Freeclman. On Monlays and Wednesdays, heween 3:80 and 6:00 p. m. Hebrew classes are held for beginners and advanced pupils at the Temple in Miami. On Tuesdays anl Thursdays, 1 e :!:! and 6:89 p. m. Mr. Preedman conducts Temple Israel Hebrew classes for beginners and Services: Fr day at 8:15 p. m. mon by Rabbi Morris A. Skop "Is Judaism Producing Righteous .Men? This theme is suggested by the rtading frim the B bk> this Sabbath dealing with the personality of Noah who was the type of righeous man in his generation.' Who are ther ighteous men in our! midst? Ate there tests we can ap-1 ply to judge a" righteous Jew today. Where is Judaism SUCcetdingl or failing n producing "righteous"' men for our generation. What is righteousness? Sabbath servfcta: Saturday at 8:30 a. m. LADIESS BIBLE CLASS Every Tuesday at 2 p. m. Rabbi skop wil] conduct the ladies Bible Class throughout the year. Some forty lad es have enrolled. Please be jure t i bring your Bible to the stssions, RELIGIOUS SCHOOL The first reel of the talking movies was shown in assembly last Sunday dealing with the "Creation of the World." Every Sunday for fourteen weeks Mr. Benton SS egal with the cooperation of the School Board will present Bible movies. Next WCWk-'fl reel will deal with "Cain and Abel." Mr. Arthur Skop, instructor of the Intermediate Classes w II read the scriptural Portion during Assembly prior to v% for advanced pupils at the Drexel Schaal, 1486 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach. Your children may be reg --.ere.: any afternoon at either of the branches. WELCOME TO NEW MEMBERS Our Congregation extends a mos' cordial welcome to the newly en. r died members, who have become co-workers in our cause-the cause of Israel. The Temple office and the off ce of the Executive Stcretary have already -ent personal letters of welcome on behalf of the Rabb B' officers and Board of Trustees, to the new members, but we wish to accentuate the importance of their affiliation by listing them n this Bulletin. The new members who have joined Temple Israel since August 1st. 1939, are: Dr. A R. Hollender Mr. Arthur Treister Mr. Marvin CFreedman Mr. Joseph N. Rosen Mr Myron S. Ze ntz Dr. Philipp Rezek Mr. Louis Letaw Mr. Matthew s Bandit t Mr. Same Solo-. ( y Mr. Al Weiss Mr. Sam Luby Mr. II. A. Kaufmans Mr Cyril A. I ewis Mr. Max Steuer Mr. II. J. Peibeh Mr. Morris Ma *> m A ^ MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Ve n IT Items for Your Selection nsv ,. 2 ST0R ES TO SERVE YOU "^BWFSS SPTPV. 1488 S W 8th "" —I-.00D PRJ CES ARE MADE" GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH ^ FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION -*^ ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM Ph. 5-1812EI LS 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE K jli 563 COLLINS AVENUE (TJ s A RE there days when it seems that the radio, the ringing of the door or telephone bell, the clatter of dishes, or even the laughter and voices of children nearly drive you frantic—days when you are restless, and cranky? Do you lie awake nights? When these hectic days and wakeful nights interfere with your work and take the pleasure out of life for you, try DR. MILES NERVINE Dr. Miles Nervine is a combination of effective nerve sedatives. Originated nearly sixty years ago. it is as up to date as todays newspaper. Dr. Miles Nervine has brought relief to millions of nervous sufferers. You may find it exactly what you need. Will you try Dr. Miles Nervine? Your druggist has it Larfe bottle (l.H Small bottle 25* DR. MILES LIQUID NERVINE MrHarry II. Ki Mrs. Rose Katz ; Mr. Heyman S. Berkman I MrJames Henry Hoffman Mr. Irving M. EH s Mr. Samu. i Estroff Mr. J. Michel Sei lei b rg Mrs. Jessie Brueker Mr. Edwin Lai I Dr. Sidney Cast Mr. .la ob I erner Mr. David A. Frank Ir Alfred (1. Levin Mr. J. Dav %  Mrs. Camille Raum Dr. B. II. Sadowsky Mrs. Re„ E. Lind Mr, Sam Kahn Mr Harry Boyell Mr. Harry B. Or]in A LABOR OF LOVE At the annual meeting held last May the project of a new Temple Israel cmetery was undertaken by the membrship. Mr. Herman Wall, chairman of the Cemetery Committee, made an appead at that time, asking our members to contribute treys and shrubbery for the beaut.fication of the new cemetery. Many of the members pledged themselves to do this labor of love. A Temple committee has pur. chased the shrubbery necessary and we are now awaiting the responss of the membership. The memory of your beloved departed may truly be consecrated by sending in a contributon to this special fund of "Cemetery Beauti. fication."