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The Jewish Floridian ( October 20, 1939 )

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I • wJemsti Filariidliai m \% CoMa/w/ve Ylh*e Jh Women, upon her arrival in Miami November 5th, will be entertained by the Miami Section oi the National Council of Jewish Women. A large program and reception has been arranged in her honor as well as ;i dinner party, preceded by a cocktail parly, to be given to her by the officers of the Miami Section. Mrs. Goldman will remain here through November 6th. Mrs. Goldman has long been pro minenl in th< educational field and in the fight for civil and religious R. R, Adler, retiring president and elected honorary president Jewish Welfare Bureau. vice report. The entire slate brought in by the nominating Committee was unanimously accepted and elected. Mr. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, was elected pre dentj Mr. Mark Max. first vice president; Dr. Albert E. Rosen-1 thai, second vice president; Mr. M. J. KopelowitZ, secretary; Mr. Elry Stone, treasurer; Mr. Herbert Kleiman, assistant treasurer; and Mr. R. R. Adler, honorary president Elected to serve on the board of directors were Messrs. J-eo AcKerman, ADe Aronovitz, Sam Blank, Benj. Bronston, Matthew S. Handler, Marvin Bronner, Baron de Hirsch Meyer newly elected president Jewish Welfare Bureau. those who have given me their lime and effort so generously in the furtherance of this humanitarGeorge Chertkof. Dr. Prank Coret, j an work. And may I also express Leo Eisenstein, Leon Elkin, M. B. \ ihe thought that I am sincerely frank, Irving Fvankel, Maurice thankful for the opportunity that Grossman. Sol Goldstrom, Joseph j was granted me to do my own Lipton, Isaac Levin, Benj. De Vine,. mat! bit in the service of this God Harry Markowite, M. L. Marcus. Max Orovitz, E. Albert Pallot, Leo Robinson, Morris Rubin, Monte Selig, Da„ Sepler, Morris Schwartz, Carl Weinkle and Mitchell Wolfson. Mr. E. Albert Ballot 'was elected to the board of trustees of the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund. inspired cause. I want to emphasize also that I feel it my duty and privilege to assist the bureau in any way I possibly can." A special board meeting of the new officers and board of directors has been called for Sunday, October 22nd at 4 p. m. in the Y. M. H. A. building. ., London tW.VS'—In a dispatch from its correspondent in the war zone in Poland, the Swiss paper -National Tzeitung disclosed that all activity in the former Polish capital has ceased. The streets j are strewn with debris and almost I all of the city lies in ruins. Hunger and epidemic stalk through the '< land, in wake of the war. pestilence has struck and spread with lightning rapidity from city to City. All of the dead have not been buried and hundreds of those killed lie buried in the ruins of houses. The Nazi military authority in German-controlled Poland has COnsi rioted Jews and Poles into labor battalions and forced to clean up the debris-strewn streets in battle-scarred Warsaw. The laboi battalions are said to work "nly at night. Because of the almost complete lack of food hundreds of children perish daily in Wai aw. The pitiful supply of food has been requisitioned by the Nazifor their own use and most of it has been shipped into the interior of Germany. In Warsaw lew. and Poles have organized a relie! committee to feed the populace. Soup kitcheni have been set up in various parts of the city and such food as is obtainable is distributed free. Under the terms of a recent decree issued by General Von Koch• nhausen. newly-appointed governor of Nazi-controlled Poland, all. Jews. Poles, (Jkranians and White; Russians who woe born in that part of Poland now occupied by the s viet ai my, ari to be returned to these areas. .Many of those arrested during the past few weeks who arc !<> the terms of the new de ree, will be released and forced across the new | Nazi-Soviet border into Sovietcontrolled Poland. Those deported wi.l he permitted to remove their hadein the fight which resulted belongings, according to the disin the disbanding of the Kn Klti\ ,, au .|, Klan. She was elected to membership "ii the Houston Board % %  ; Education and served as president • >l thai Board for eighl yeai s, Hadassah Holds Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting liberties. Educated in the public of I 'i II e:, I.', ill •, adi.. and St. I. ii'-. Mi—uri, where fiir a %  i t in the I 'ei M athi II atics. Later. shi i.inIn n; the II--'i School .if ia-j r. Mi--'uri. an.l was instrumental in modernizing the curriculum %  i ih.it school, \itcr her marriage, Mr-. Goldman lived in Houston, Texas, where she resumed her activities in the educational field and became a Jews Seek To Enter Soviet-Controlled Areas She wainstrumental in modernizing the school curriculumHer methods not only gained wale conv New York (WNS)—An increasmendation from educators throughingflood of Jewish refugees from out the country, but was used as a German-occupied Polish territory -laboratory" for research work by jnt0 Soviet Russia's new holding Teachers College of Columbia Uniwas reported in an Associated versity. During her term of office, Mrs. Goldman also directed an 111,000.000 building expansion program. One of Mrs Goldman's educational hobbies was the Little Theatre Movement in which she played an active part while living in Houston. She has also carried her educational interests into club work, directing the adult study program for the National Council of Jewish Women. The mother of three children. MrsGoldman has always maintained her interest in child welfare work and in child education. She is Chairman of the Children's Aid, Inc.. a group which is caring for child refugees from the Nazi JJOVernment. Mrs. Goldman began her activities with the National Council of Jewish Women as President of the Houston Section, in which capacityshe served for three years. Later, she was for three years President of the Texas State Conference. She served for some years on the Board of Directors of the National Council of Jewish Women; was Chairman of the Committee on Service to Foreign Born and later became First Vice-President and Chairman of Ihe Executive Committee. Mi>. Mas Dobrla of 11 to Alton l.'.i.i.l will .ill. nd the twenty-fifth annual convention of ll.nl.i--.ih. the W u men'Zionist Organization of America, to lie held in New York al the Hotel Aster, October 24th to 29th, si the delegate of the Miami Chapter. The guthi i inu will concern itself with the effect of the war on health and refugee problems ill Palestine and the need fur tlitprotection of democracy in this country. In addition in ihicentral theme, the Convention will also discuss the Jewish scene in Poland. Germany, and Palestine, and will review ihe place of Zionism in ihe international conflict. Throughout the five day sessions, prominent -pinkerwill consider the probable effect "f a spread of hostilities to the Near East and review cmergenev needs of refugees already in tin Holy I.mill. During the Youth Miyali (immigration) program, step* will be taken for the safeguarding of .I.IMIII refugee children, now being maintained and educated in Palestine. by Hadassah, and the Youth Aliyah movement will be examined. S|ieciul features of ihe convention will be a visit by the delegates to the Jewish Palestine Pavilion at the World's fair u cdncsday afternoon, Oct. 25th, and ihe launching of an intensified education program concerned with the Jewish and oilier minority problemin this country. Dr. Solomon Ooldiuun. president of the Zionist Organisation of America, and Mr-. MoseP. Epstein, national president of Hadassah, will -peak, as well at Dr. Bernhard Zondek, noted German scientist and co-discoverer of ili. \-i In iin/onilek lest, who heads the hormone research depart mi nt at the new Ko'.li-ehild-l Llda--.ihl niver-ity Hospital and Medical Si hool opened b) Hadassah and Ihe American Jewish Physicians Lommittec in Jerusalem; and Dr. Ludwig Halher-taedti r. in charm' of the cancer research laboratory of the new center. I!..ih these scientists have been attending the Third International Cancer Congress in Atlantic City. Other speakers will include Mrs. Edward Jacobof New York, former Hadassah president and only winn.ni member of the Executive of the Jewish Agency for Pale-line. Mrs. S. V Halprin of New York and Palestine, for five years lladussab'representative on the lladussab Medical Organization in Jerusalem, and Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress. Upon her return, Mrs. Dobrin will render a report to the local I '.hapter of Hadassah. Press dispatch from Moscow which said that the stream of Jewish refugees was estimated unofficially as between 500,000 to 1,000000. The population of Bialystok, on the Russian side, normally 100,000. is said to be nearly doubled. Wilno, which Russia gave back to Lithuainia, was also said to be jammed with refugee Jews. According to the dispatch the Jews are being received cordially by the Red army which is providing work for them. I X



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH PLOBID1AN FRIDAY. OCT. 20TH, 1939 SOCIA L ACT IVI TIES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor RETURN V T aTllrs. B. W. BIO* returned to Miami from a trip to New York and North Carolina. • • • RETURN TO CITY ., Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescneloff have returned from a brief visit to New York in which they visited the World Fair, and took part in a conference of the presidents and leaders of Mizrachi branches of Greater New York. Rabbi Mescheloff was the guest speaker at the afternoon sessions, held Sunday October ljth. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Margolis announce the birth of a baby son, Saturday, October 14th at the St. Francis Hospital. Both mother and baby are doing fine. The baby will be named Stephen Carl at the bris whkh will be held Saturday, October 21st with Rev. Josef Malek officiating. All friends are invited to be present. SWIM-DANCE A gala swim-dance sponsored by the Royal Palm Chapter A. Z. A. will be held Sunday evesing, pctober 5th at 7:30 p. m. at the Sea Glades Cabana Club, Ocean Drive at 21st Street, Miami Beach. Swimming, music by an orchestra for dancing, a floor show and a door prizu will be the features of the evening. Lockers and towels will be furnished to all those attending. Admission charged will be fifty-five cents per person. Tickets may be purchased from •ny member of the organization. In charge or arrangements ia Robert Kanter, chairman, assisted by Charles Keoskie and Eddie Chentoff. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. Dr. Sol Selevan, M. D., announces tha opening of offices at the Norma Lee Apartments, 1308 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. Dr. Selevan received his A. B. and M. D. degrees at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, and interned at the Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami. During the past summer Dr. Selevan was camp physician at the Blue Mountain camp in Pennsylvania. TO ENTERTAIN AT RECEPTION Mr. and Mrs. George Stone of 2127 S. W. 16th Terrace, Miami, will entertain at a reception in honor of Mrs. Stone's sister, Miss Eva Nathan and her husband to be Mr. Philip K onter, whose marriage will be an event of Sunday, October 22nd in Savannah, Georgia, Tuesday evening at their home between; 8 p. m. and 10 p. m. The couple will honeymoon in Miami. WHEN DINING OUT REMEMBER FAGAN'S PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT Luncheon from 33 cents Dinner from 65 cents LET US CATER YOUR'NEXT LUNCHEON. BANQUET OR WEDDING WE KNOW HOW 265 N. E. 2nd Street Phone 2-9869 Established 1923 MRS. BENJAMIN MEYERS chairman of the "Brunch" to be held on Monday morning, Oct. 23rd, at 11:30, at the Alcazar Hotel, under the auspices of Miami Chapter of Itadassah, marking the installation of officers, and initiating the program of activities for the coming year. B'NAI B'RITH TO MEET Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will hold its regular meeting Tuesday evening October 24th at 8 p. m. at the Scottish Rite Temple, N. W. 3rd'St., near N. W. North River Drive. Dr. C. Stanley Lowell, prominent local Christian minister, will be the guest speaker, and his subject will be "The Basis for a Lasting Peace." During the business meeting, various reports will be heard and the nominating committee will be appointed. Also, the selection of a permanent meeting place will be decided. All members, their wives and friends are cordially invited to attend. Refreshments; will be served. • • RETURNS TO MIAMI BEACH Mr. Isidor Roth of Miami Beach returned home from a two month's visit with his children in New York, where he also took hydrotherapeutic' cure at the northern Spas. .^-.^ %  ^y.~^.,-^^. SHUE Miami Tn*dt Co. Dual* 9 *0 9 *9 M. Dunja, oogMABTMt^.lTBuei Kosher Killed Chicken* Can Be Obtained when Shoched is on Duty at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fif th Street Rev.H.M.Kagan is on premises all day Thursday, and Friday morning and during the week by appointment. The wedding of Miss Jeanette Mintzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, to Murray Schulman will take place at the home of the bride parent's home 1901 S.W. 16th street, Miami, Sunday afternoon, October 22nd at 4 p.m. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellnrr will officiate. The bride will be given in marriage by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer and will be attended by her sister Miss Ethel Mintzer, as maid of honor. Mr. Jack Schulman, brother of the groom, will be best man and Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer will give the groom away. AU friends are cordially invited to attend the reception which will begin at 5 p.m. The couple will leave for a honeymoon trip through the state of Florida, after which they will return to Miami where they will reside at 1901 S.W. 16th street. YOUNG JUDAEA ELECTS OFFICERS Stephes S. Wise Young Judaea held election of officers recently with the following elected: Henry Mendell, president; Aaron Rosenthai, vice president; Sunshine Fagan, secretary, and Bernice Dacks, treasurer. Board members elected were: Irene Jacobs, Sadie Hozan, Alvin Schwartz, Rosalyn Borochoff, Harvey Sootin, and Sidney Soltz, Jack Telovitz was appointed J. N. F. chairkan and Louis Fine, Keren Hanoav, chairman. Sponsors of this group are Nathan Zwitman, Sidney L. Segall and Adele Segall. • • • SUPPER TO BE GIVEN The Arheiter Ring Branch f Greater Miami will sponsor a supper Sunday evening, October 22nd at 6 p.m. at Y.M.H.A clubrooms. A complete report will be given by the delegate who attended the 20th Southeastern l> trict Conference which was held m Birmingham. Mr. Herman Waitsman will show films which were taken • %  one of the organizations outings during this summer. All member* and friends are invited to attend. MIAMI A. Z. A. TO HOLD AFFAIRS The Miami Chapter of A. /.. A. will -1 • %  > 11 iii two gala affairs, the first of whirh will be a moonlight boat-rid-: aboard the Seven Seas Wednesday evening November 29th. Various amutenienU, entertainment and darning to music furnished by an orchestra will be featured throughout the evening. Attendance is limited to two hundred and fifty persons and all members and friends are urged to purchase their tickets in advance. The public is invited to attend. Thursday evening, December 14th, the second affair, a Sweetheart Dance will be given at the Coral Gables Country Club. At this dance, girl* representing the various clubs and soroities, will be presented as the Sweetheart of the Miami A. Z. A. Vote* may be obtained for a penny a vote from the contestants or member* of the organisations participating. Details will be announced in a later issue. Proceeds of these affairs will enable the Miami Chapter to be represented at the Augusta, Georgia Regional Convention where they will cemnetn againat other chapter* ef the Smith in oratory, debating and basketball contests. MRS. BERTA WINKLER MASSEUSE European Method 1133 S. W. 14th Avenue KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Avs. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN New Obtainable Everywhere in Florida WATCH This Space V % 



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FRIDAY. OCT. 20TH. 1939 THX JIWUB rLOMDIAK PAGE THREE t wJemsti f/arid fan PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue [ J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor ] FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year $2.00 Six Mcnths •••• $1.00 B'NAI B'RITH urn NOTES Sidney I.. Se/iall brothers of Sholom Attention Lodge' Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) BEHIND THE FRONT Letter-writers in Hitler-dominated Central Europe ii found a new way to evade the censorship. Messages providing a elne to the real situation in the Reich anwritten on the reverse, side <>f the stamp. Several <>f tlie best-known The next regular meeting will be held this coming Tuesday night, October 24th at 8 o'clock. This meeting win take place at the foreign correspondents ot American newspapers are coming They've discovered thai the real war FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1939 VOLUME 12—NUMBER 41. Dynamic as the Times Scottish Rite Temple, on N. W. 3rd St., near N. W. North River Drive. This is a temporary meeting place. The brothers will vote upon permanent meeting quarters. The guest speaker will be Dr. C. Stanley Lowell, prominent local Christian minister. Dr. Lowell spent some time in Europe last year and his personal observations of the European situation have enabled him to present an intelligent viewpoint which should prove interesting and enlightening to all brothers and friends attending this meeting. Dr. Lowell's subject will be "The Basis for a Lasting Peace." A timely topic, Indeed. The brothers should not In these troublous times, when our whole system of society is being challenged by menaces which have been brought into dreadful actuality by events overseas, membership efforts on the part of national Jewish organizations obviously assume new \ miss this opportunity. significance. The urge for increased numbers alone can no longer justify a membership appeal. The program of a membership-seeking organization is now being studied more closely by those whom it seeks to enlist. That being so, it is not being rash to predict that the national membership campaign of B'nai B'rith, which gets under way on November 1st, is t'.ue to repeat the successes of recent years. B'nai B'rith's historic role as one of the major forces in American life for 96 years is due as much to the flexibility of its program, which has enabled it to adapt itself to changing conditions, no matter how far-reaching, as to the service it has rendered in the spheres of defense, philanthropy, youth welfare, good will, education, social service and patriotism. B'nai Brith's phenomenal growth in the last few years, an indication of Jewry's confidence in its ability and readiness to meet its responsibility to its country and its people under all circumstances, has been accompanied by a broadening of its activities. New ones demanded by new conditions have been adopted. Old ones whose usefulness has been outlived or which are being carried on better by other agencies have been liquidated or curtailed. But at no time has B'nai B'rith been static. It has been as dynamic as the times we live in. Throughout its history B'nai B'rith has secured and retained members by proving itself to be a great unifying force in Israel. Well-equipped by experience, organizational facilities and record of achievement to minister to the problems of I American Jewry, it embarks on its 1939 membership campaign with a pro-am which under present conditions becomes a work of conservation, rescue and defense of the moral and cultural values which are being destroyed elsewhere. In this task B'nai B nth seeks to do its share toward building the world of tomorrow here while the world of yesterday and today is tumbling in ruins in many parts of the world. In the light of tnese facts Florida should prove to be a banner B'nai B'rith state. ^________ Your columnist is informed that Bro. Rabbi Kaplan of Temple Israel, will make a report on the Southeastern States Conference in defense of Human Rights, recentlyheld in Atlanta under the auspices of the A. D. L, and which Rabbi \ THIS AND THAT Kaplan attended. back to this country. news and other such information has had to be relayed to them from NewYork. An indication thai Italy plans to remain on the sidelines in the war is a cable from Rome to Harry Mondel.. promoter of the six-day hike races in New York. The cable urges Monde! to engage as many Italian racers as he can use. Discount the advance announcements that Jan Masaryk will lecture in this country this season. Masaryk is staying in Europe, where diplomatic activities for Chechoslovakian independence are in full swing. The most popular songvn London today is entitled."Even Hitler had a Mother." At the time of Chamberlain's Munich surrender it was Wanned in England, but now even the censorship office in old Lunnon is humming it. The refrain of the German army marching sony is "'Today we own Germany, tomorrow all the world. %  The forthcoming diaries of the late Ramsay MacDonald will have the "benefit" of Ins son MalcolmV^editing. The reason why Joachim von Ribhentrop could not get along with some members of London society had nothing to do with politics. ... In pre-Nazi days Rihbentrop was a cl pagne salesman, ami quite a number of his English 'customers never forgave him the vile quality of his wares. Robert Quillon, columnist in several Southern papers, declared the other day that "there's something fishy about 'Nordic superiority' if 85.000.000 Germans can't survive competition with 400,000 Jews without using guns." Winchell reports a sign on a New York Ninth Avenue beanery which reads: "Relieve it or not. 'hut we don't hate anybody." The 850,000 bail money for Fritz Kuhn didn't come from the rank and file of the German-American Bund. ... It came'jn a fow lump stuns from some "business friends" of the Na I fuehrer. The Dies Committee might look into this. Although k'uhn's trial had been set before Judge Saul Streit of General Sessions it will he presided over by another judge. last column, the Nominating Com-|g trei |,imBelf asked for the change, because of his jion-Aryaumittee will be appointed at this ,. • ., T %  -. coming meeting. ,sl "%  %  %  lsa; "' Carmel, of the American Jewish < ongress organization department, has this/ to say of the English, French and German views on freedom. The Englishman, he says, intreats liberty as a man treats his wife. He makes no t ISA about her. but lei any one dare attack her and he rises to fight in her defense. The more romantic Frenchman treats liberty as he would his sweetheart. The Germans, however, treeat freedom as a man treats his mother-in-law." Bro. Joe A.Berman, co-chairman of the Vocational Guidance Committee—-we are advised—is forming a dramatic, music and art club for Junior Ben Briths. An essay contest is also being planned. These activities should stimulate a lot of interest. This is progressive work and should be encouraged. —o— As previously mentioned in our A large attendance is expected at this meeting. Ladies are vited. There will be a discussion of the proposition of forming a ladies auxiliary. SOCIETY Council News (• The Council Forum with Public Speaking instruction begins its formal year on Friday. November 3rd at 2:00 p. m. at the. home of Mrs. Joseph Williamson, 2925 Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach. Mrs. L M. Weinstein is again instructress. These classes are to be held every Friday afternoon at different specified homes during the winter. Mr.s Harry Ham hard, and Mrs. Max Steuer co-chairman of the Forum promise that this year's class will ho the outstanding one. Diversit'ed programs including topics on Contemporary Jewish Affairs. Rook Reviews, and a new feature of Personality Charm will he incorporated. This class is open to any one desiring to attend. A charge of 25 cents per person is made, this is to help Miami Section in their* various projects. We hope that each and every woman in our midst will take advantage of these classes, and bring their friends. Refreshments will be served by the hostess. The regular Hoard meeeting of the Section will be held on Thursday morning. October 26th at 10:00 a. m. at the Y. W. C. A. Hoard members please take note. ELECT OFFICERS The Pioneer Women of Greater Miami held their regOlar meeting Wednesday afternoon at which time election of officers took place. Mrs. Henry Seitlin was elected to the office of presidency for the fourth consecutive term. Others elected were: Mrs. Lena Mintzer, vice president; Mrs. I. Shapoff, financial secretary, Mrs. Z. Liebman, recording secretary; and Mrs. If. Hantman, treasurer. Committees appointed were: cultural, Mesdames Sonia Gerbert, P. Shubow and H. Friedman; national fund, Miami, Mesdames, I. Greenstein and B. Schiff, Miami Beach, Mrs. C. Ratner; hospitality, Miami. Mesdames Grace Hoffman, M. Marber and Lois Marcus; Miami Beach, Mrs. Goldie Zevin; and membership, Mrs. A. Abrams. After the business session a cultural program was presented with Mesdames P. Shubow, Sonia Gerbert, I. Greenstein, H. Friedman, and B. Dackowitz participating. Refreshments were then served. LEGAL 3RIEFS When Justice Frankfurter was in England recently he was entertained at a banquet attended by famous British barristers. In their speeches none of them agreed on how many Justices the I', s. Supreme Court actually has. In' order to impress them with the correct number once and for all Frankfurter finally told them: "There are nine members in our Supreme Court—nine, the same as on your cricket teams The Cincinnati law firm of Cohen and Mack, formed 45 years ago by former B'nai B'rith prexv Alfred M. *>hen ind Common Pleas Judge Alfred Mack, has to change its name, because of a ruling by the American Bar Association frowning on the retention of a. judge's'name in a law firm. Mack had retired from the firm in 1930, .when he was appointed to the bench, but bad askeft Cohen to keep his name in that of the firm. ... LITERARY NOTES Shalom Asch's hook ''The Nazarene," a Book-ofthe-Month selection which will he out in a few weeks, will arouse a great deal of controversy. Asch believes that the Christian spiritual leadership is much more tolerant than the Jewish, and doesn't hesitate to say so in his hook. The. Jewish Daily Forward. Yiddish daily which publishes Asch's works, didn't print this novel in the original Yiddish, on the grounds that it's too religious. ... i ._jl



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PAGE FOUR wnm FLomroiAH FRIDAY. OCT. 20TH. 1939 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'b RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. ISth Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily servicts: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Friday evening services, 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. SUCCESS STORY We report with a great deal of satisfaction, the fine success of our Cafeteria Supper held this 'past Sunday. This splendid be ginning augurs for a most successful season of activities, on the part of our Ladies. We^ take this means of extending our sincere and hearty APPRECIATION to the administration of the Y. M. H. A., to the members of the Committee who worked so unceasingly and our many patrons whose presence helped to make the evening, the social and financial success it was. HAZEL TOY The Congregation and the Ladies Auxiliary join the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer. in extending to them heartiest MAZEL TOV greetings upon the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Miss Jeanette Mintzer to Mr. Murray Shulman. Many it be the will of our Father in Heaven, that theirs shall bta union blessed with happiness and long life and the young couple will follow in the footsteps of their elders. CONGRATULATIONS We are pleased to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon, on the birth of their grandson. May the parents and grandparents live to see him grow into happy Jewish manhood. CONGREGATIONAL NEWS A nomination committee has been appointed to prepare the slate of officers and the Board of Directors for the ensuing year Mr. Max Rifas is the chairman of the Committee and serving with him. arc the Messrs George Chertkoff, Max Mintzer, E. Albert Pallott, Sam Silver. Elections will take place the first Tuesday in November. SUNDAY SCHOOL 136 children have already been %  registered in our Sunday School classes. Registration will continue this week and next. Daring the Senior Accembly, a most success ful spelling bee of Judiac words was conducted. The innovation of the Senior and Junior Assemblies which was so successfully introduced last year will be continued and two different sets of programs will be presented. HABANOTH NOTES Membership Tea The Girls of the Blue and White held a membership tea last Sunday afternoon at the home of their Sponsor, Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum. An interesting program was presented and refreshments were served. Habanoth Sponsor Honored The Buds, the youngest of our three Habanoth Groups, gave a surprise shower in the honor of their sponsor, Mrs. George Chertkoff, in appreciation of the group attaining their second anniversary. Refreshments were served in the Synagogue, where the party took place, on Tuesdav, Pctober 17th. New Projects Discussed Continuing the fine record of three years. The Habanoth Debs are at work planning to sponsor a major project for the coming season, which will enable them to contribute materially towards the goal to which they have set themselves. Meetings are held every Wednesday afternoon, at the home of the Rabbi, at 4 p. m. REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W16th Are. Sercicrs: Friday e\enini£ at 8:15 p.m. Sermon by Rabbi Skop on the the "The Importance of Ideas suggested by the Scdrah of the week dealing with Abraham*! departure from hi* home and kindred. W hat was bis idea anil purpose? What ideaprompted other leaden in Jewish history? I low important were the ideaof tile Jewish prophet-'' r hat are the important modern Jevvi-h idea-' Saturdaj services at K-.'.W a.m. Conducted bj Rev, Leshinsky, Mate! Tor: i Irlando and < Vntral Florida Jeware continuing to average a hria week for the pa-t few mouth-. I.a-t week We congratulated Mr. and Mr-, rrank Monilla of 110" Kaley \%c. whose -on warirrumsised l>> Rev. Leihinsk) at Orange General hospital. Tinweek our hearty ma/el lot iextended to Mr. and Mr-. Sydne) Glurkman of Miami Reach. Mr-. Glurkman ithe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bornstein of Clermont. The bria will he held at the Orange General hospital on Monday. Oct. 23, at 10 a.m. /-TO/ ONDITION^D JACKSONVILLE'S LARGEST e-d FINEST HOTEL 300 Room! ,300 Bolhi MM Happy birthday! were celebrated this week by Carol Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Herker. /Millions School: Last Sunday during Assembly the children saw the talking picture of Cain ami Bible. This wathe second in the -ericof Bible Movie, which will be shown l>> Mr. Benton Segal for fourteen week-. Next Sunds) ll film will he The Building of \oah"Ark. Rabbi Skop will tell the story dealing with the Flood. As-emhl> will be conducted b) Mr. \be Meer, instructor of the Intermediate Classes. Bible Class: Due to the fine response to the Bible da-it wadecided to include the husbandwho expressed interest Hereafter the Bible Class will meet at the Rabbi's home, fl East South street ever) Wednesdaj evening. Those desiring to learn Hebrew may come at :30 p.m. ami -lay on for the Itihle Lecture. Rabbi Incited: An invitation has been accepted by Rabbi Skop to attend the installation ceremonies at Florida Southern College in Lakeland of the Chair on Democracy. Rabbi Skop will attend the sis-ionon the Congre-for Democracy on Sunday. Nov. 12. Ladies Auxiliary: Following the splendid opening luncheon last week, the Ladies Auxiliary of thcCongrcgation derided upon .1 Thanksgiving I'arty to be held at tinSynagogue Thank-giving week. Mr-. Birdie lener ichairman for this affair. WOLPERT' FURNITURE* BARGAINS! "We Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. 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FRIDAY. OCT. 20TH. 1939 THE JEWISH rLOUDIAjr PAGE FIVE THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HABRY SCHWABTZ) LEO LIPOWSKY STARS FOR %  *Y" ROYALS With his team K> pins behind Leo -ky anchor man of the Royals himself a spare in the final and then picked up 7 pins to whip the leading Reliables 1451 to 14.S<). Yes. my friends, that's equivalent to hitting a homer with the bases loaded, with two out in the 9th inning and your team 3 runs behind—Nice going Leo. I'm only gorry :t had to be against my team. Al BerkowiU continues to lead the league with a 1(10 average and 13X1 total | in;. Si Seitlin returning from a conveal i n l"st none of his bowling talent and totaled 323 pins for a 1072 average for the 3 games. The league is so evenly matched right now that the bottom team is just as apt to be in first place as is the t ; team in last. Come out any Thursday evening at the Miami Recreation Alley and enjoy some rare facial expressions when the boys blowup—Or even when 'hey get beat for that matter. Y.MH.A. DUCKP1N LEAGUE RECREATION ALLEYS INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS Name GamesPinsAverage SENIOR DIVISION—MEN Our Executive Director has received a communication from the Dade County Juvenile Council in which this fine organization offers a cup to that club or organization in Dade County, which during the 12 month period—from October 1, 1939. to October 1. 1940, shall be deemed by impartial judges, to have done most to prevent Juvenile delinquency. This will be measured by the value of some community program or project along these lines sponsored by the winning organization. In view of the excellent Youth Building program in the "Y" there is no reason why we should not win this cup. At any rate, our Executive Director is exerting all his efforts to the end that we may win this coveted prize. SOCIETY S. Seitlin % _—* • 3 323 107.2 Al. Bcrkowitz 12 1200 100 A. Silver ...... 10 959 959 MMilstein .. 12 1139 94.11 H. Levinson 12 1138 .94.10 A. Winer %  11 11 1036 1026 942 L. L'powsky 93.3 LQuerido _..—. 12 1113 92.9 M Wroobel — 12 1113 929 Abe Berkowitz 12 1112 928 G. Weiss _... 3 278 92.6 VV. Mackauf 11 1012 92 H. Schwartz —— 11 1003 91.2 M. Friedman -..._. 8 714 89.2 D. Rosenthal % 10 886 88.6 NBlumberg ......... 8 707 88.3 R. Grossman 12 1050 87.6 M Lubel —. 12 1050 87.6 Siiian %  3 263 87.2 A. Reisman ... 12 1045 87.1 1. Herman 7 608 86.6 SBcckman 10 848 84.8 P. Silverman s 420 84 G. Davis 8 634 79-2 I.. Seitlin ....... 6 470 78.2 TEAM STANDINGS Ki'l litbit > ... I, 8 7 4 Warriors 5 Royal; s 7 |itterbugs — 5 7 COMING EVENTS At a meeting of the Board of Directors hald October 11th. Executive Committees were appointed to make plans for our 8th Annual Dance and our 6th Annual CAVALCADI-: OF STARS. The Executive Committee of the CAVALCADE is composed of: Messrs. I.co Robinson. Herman Waitsman. Fred Shochet. Dave Lemehnan. Matty Handler. The Executive Committee of the 8th Annual Dance is composed of: Messrs. Nat Blumberg. Harry Schwartz, Jack Apte. Herman Waitsman, Leon Lieberman. These Committees will report to the Board at the next meeting to be held October 25th. It is planned to make these two outstanding affairs bigger and better than ever before. Watch these columns weekly for news about the Cavalcade and 8th Annual Dance. JR. HADASSAH TO MEET The ri')culur meeting of Junior 1 t.iil.i--,ih will he ti< hi Monday eve* urn:' at 8:30 p.m. at the Beth David Auditorium. An address on the "Future Outlook of Zionism" by Mary I .nlil -l.-in. readings and musical numbers will be presented on the program. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. BRIS TO BE HELD The liriof the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Finn will be held Friday at their home with Rev. Josef Malrk officiating. All friends arc invited. The Galleries of the Miami Beach Public Library and Art Centre, located at 2100 Collins Ave., were established for the advancement of culture and education; and are conducted so the residents and visitors of Miami Beach may have an opportunity of viewing works of art and that artists are offorded suitable space In which to exhibit their works. The Galleries were made available by the City of Miami Beach and are under the supervision of the Miami Beach Woman's Club. Mrs. T. J. Pancoast. President, and Mrs. Edwin MLee, Art Chairman. All matters pertaining to the Galleries activities are referred to the supervising authorities of the Club. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESChFLOFF. Rabbi 62". Michigan Avenue %  Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-2013 DAILY SERVICES Shachriss at 8 a. m. daily-, at 8:30 a. in. Saturday. Mincha at 5:30 p. in. daily. Maariv at 6:00 p. m. daily. Shalosh S'oodoss every Saturday afternoon. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "The Portion of the Week." BAR MITZVA The ceremony attendant upon Irvin Leihson's reaching Bar Mitzva ane will he held this Saturday morning. The Rabbi will address the boy. The cantor will chant the services. RADIO HOUR Over WIOD Rabbi Mescheloff will speak this Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p. m. on the subject. "Not a Dream."' Cantor Mamches will sing appropriate melodies. Will you he listening 1 MIZRACHI MEETING The Miami Beach Mi/.rachi will hold its regular bi-monthly meeting and Melaveh Malkeh this Saturday night ut 8:00 p. in. at the synagogue. The newly organized women's division will meet as a group apart from the men during the business sessions. Both groups will meet for cultural program at the end of their regular meeting, in the Talmud Torah building. An interesting address, vocal and instrumental music, and a report by our Rabbi will follow and he open to the public. JNP boxes -will be distributed and opened for those" who have them at this meeting. Refreshments will be served by the meeting's hostesses, Mrs. I. D. Spivak and Mrs. M. Kraemer. SCHOOL REGISTRATION Our classes are still open for new students. Registration, Sunday morning at 10:00 a. m. or daily between the hours of four and six. Sessions are held daily from 3:30 to 7:00 p. m. The public is invited to attend the children's assembly Sunday mornings at 11:90 o'clock. Won Lost SENIOR DIVISION-WOMEN The Y. W11A. is busy making plans and final arrangements for its I lid Fashioned Box Supper and Dance i be held at the "Y" on Sonday i r-ening, Oct ber th. The nee. headed by Mr*. I I Lieberman, is exerting every effort • .. this ..fair an 0Utnndin snect • • As previously announced, ladies. are requested to prepare box luncheons and brine them to the "Y" where they will be auctioned off by Jules Wilson and Dave Lemelmaa to the highest bidder. The gentlemen buying the same will have the pleasure ol eating the lunch with the lady who prepared it. "ancing will follow with music by a poj ular orchestra The feature of the evening will be a door prise to thi holder ol the lucky ticket number. The Nassau Hotel has off. red a wok's lodging to the winner of said door prize. So. get in line-, everybody, and buy your ticketsWho knows, you may be the lucky winner. STOCK COMPANY Once again the "Y" Stock Company will tread the boards of the "Y" Little Theatre on Sunday evening, November 12th. in the famous comedy, "CO AHEAD." This group is doing outstanding dramatic work under the supervision of Mr Samuel Hollander, who has written and acted in several outstanding radio and Stage plays. This group consists of: Rita Grossman, Thelma Bass. Rcverly Grossman, Leonard Oxcnberg. Harriet Marcus, Dick Rosenberg. Philip Wexler, Phyllis Schulman, Madaleen Schulman, Stanley Tannenbauni. Elaine London, Velma Abraham. Rita Futerfasi Edith Shier, Lilly Alexander, All exhihits are shown upon the sole responsibility of the exhibitor. Those desirous of exhibiting in the Galleries must submt in writing their request, type of work, mediums used, number of pieces, exhibiting time desired and a detailed biography of his or her art training and art accomplishments. The exhibitor must assume the expense of supplying the equipment and personnel for hanging exhibition, daily gallery attendant, invitations, posters, announcements, labels, catalogues and transportation of exhibitThe alloting of exhibiting privileges are granted by the erhibition committee of the Galleres so that the highest possible standard be obtained for the Galleries. The sale of pictures in the Art Centre is prohibited. The Art Center hours are 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. daily except Sundays. Legal Holidays and other days necessary for the changing of exhibitions. All information pertaining to exhibits in the Art Centre are released by the constituted authorities so that the public is well and properly informed of the activities of the Art Centre and that the artistare given the best possible co-operation. No admission is charged the public to visit the Miami Beach Public Library and Art CentreNEW PROJECT Plans are now being formulated by our Executive Director to start a class in Arts and Crafts among the children of the Home Camp. As soon as details are completed, classes will begin. Watch these columns for further details. *-frenchy's— BEAUTY SALON 201 Shoreland Arcade 2nd Floor Facing Elevatror FALL SPECIAL held at the home of the parents, with Rev. Josef Malek officiating. Mr. Louis Friedman was quarter. OLE JACKSONVILLE'S LEADING HOTEL SUMMER \g££T£2 COMFORT MSB wlt> let aal •hewer. %  wewr. rade. e Teneftaa MIKU. Ererr bed with InnenpnM i miltm o and niello! \air.p. Reusing Ice water on erery floor. POrUUUt-rltlCED COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP Other J. I. Nend HoUlt M.i.l reltn-Cherteeeeae — Mot.l DeSete-Seuuet 0 Do You Own Yeur Home? There never waa a better time than now to build on* The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes R Possible Olve me a call and I win srlartly Help vou to set the beat ooa.llo Information as to Ite plan. H. SIMONS Car* Acker man Ina. Agency 1015 aeybold Bldg. Phone 2-3161 WIPE OUT Business Losses Make Your Typewriter a Wliog Machine for IV a day by using foe amazing new EGRY TRU-PAK daoioastratloa* in *ur awa •dries on r*K{*Mat> • H. E. KOPPLOW J •ALM AeMNT N • 21 NORTHWMT ITTH ST.. _. MIAMI, FLA. Phone 2-1174 SPEED-FEED Ho tkui* Be traawritet op.rktial. IscrHi.t olllil pa* m.r.l. • end *or< Sa WSS ee* *t • %  • • tIn e tarbeaa. All eealea held io perfect attcnssamfc Pre* D*w>*n>tr*liOB ea ReqaeeL H. E. KOPPLOW SALES ASENT \ • 23 NORTHWEST t7TH ST. 0 MIAMI. FLA. j Phone 2-1174



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PAGE VIGHT own rLommiAH FRIDAY. OCT. 20TH. 1939 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—497 Southwest ISth Road Office Phone 2 1473 Home Phone 2-2176 AN OPEN LETTER • • •••••••••• •PERMANENT CALENDAR • ••••••••• • • Daily Srxices. 7:30 A. M. and 5:30 V. If. Sabbath Service*, Saturday, 8:30 A. M. Late Friday Evening Services. Friday. 8:15. Junior Service.', Saturday, 10:30 A. M. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6.15. Sunday School, Sunday, 10 A. M. Iiar-\lil/\ alil.roup Sunday 9 A. M. Adult HUtory Group, Sunday, 10:30 A. M. Sisterhood Meeting, Third Wednesday of Month. JUNIOR CONGREGATION The sixth series of Sabbath services sponsored by the Junior Congregation, will begin this Saturday morning at 10:30 in the Synagogue. An innovation will be made this year in extending the services to meet the nece—ary requirements of parents and adults as well. Those who feel that they cannot come to the first service at 8:30 every Saturday morning are asked to attend the services at 10:30. Form this habit of attending regularly, and much Spiritual satisfaction uill he derived. Harold Shapiro. Stanley Hayman and Albert Eskanazi will conduct the services, and Herbert Glazaroff will j read a portion of the "Scdrah" of the ] week. Rabbi Shapiro will expound i interpretative])! the portion of law. Immediate]* after the services, Mrs, I.. Hart/, chairman of the Sabbath iiiiiriiitig committee, will serve '"Kiddii.-h." notices to be in the Rabbi's office in order to con-ult him about their children'welfare, to plea-e attend to that matter at once. A larger curriculum has been outlined by the teacher. Mr. Louis Cadon anil the Habbi to meet the requirements of all students. We anticipate an enrollment of 80 children this coming semester, and we will be prepared to take care of such an increased attendance. SUNDAY SCHOOL Last week's registration brought the attendance of Beth David Sunday School to 195 students. Notices were mailed to parents to be at the Rabbi's study with regard to their children's welfare. We urge all parents who rereived such notices to comply with the contents at once. TEACHERS' MEETING Every Sunday morning from 12 to 12:30. the teachers of the Beth David faculty meet to discuss immediate problems which arise. The major portion of that time is devoted to a discussion of Jewish History interpretatively by the Rabbi. Those who are interested in addition to our teacher* of the faculty are invited to attend. To the Public of -Miami: Wc at this time want to publicly thank the Freda Markowitl Post, of the Jewish War Veterans for the presentation to us of three American Flags. These flajrs will be used in the Bnglinh Glasses which are sponsored by the B'nai R'rith and Council, and the other to adorn our office. These flags are a symbol and gratitude for all American Jews to be able to live in and participate in all matters American, in our democratic United states. We American Jews arc and will be ever thankful for the form of Government wc have; also that you as part of a National organization strive for things rightly in an American way. can fulfill in a large measure that which tends to make living so much easier for us Jews here in the United states. We again thank you for this most beautiful gift to us. and assure you that, the Stars and Stripes will forever flow in the sincerity of our hearts, and the ever faithful thought of your generosity and good-will to us. Sincerely yours, Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, I'res., Nat. Council Jewish Women TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABB. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A 2W,TMN 69J6 Indian Creek Drlve--lZ*. 630 N. E. 31st St.-2-54l MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both o.' the Rabbi, will b* In the Temple every mornin. You may consult with them on matter, concerning the Jewia commual.y. or y.u, persona, problems. Tou Will be aaaured V !" P-' % %  hrinr and a.Wlce, and. needle*, to y. each matter will b. held in Mrlct confidence. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening, October 20th. 1989, at 7:15 p. m. Sermon "You and Abraham", by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. IN MEMORIAM •May the Father of peace peace to all who mourn, and fort the bereaved among us." The Yahrzeits of the foil, will be commemorated in oui vices this Friday evening. Tinka Kaplan. Hannah Ra| Ray Ousel, Richard Jordan. ADIT.T HISTORY <;ROUP Ralilii Max Shapiro will present a course in the "Legacy of Israel" covering Biblical, Pott-Biblical and Medieval History, for parent*, member* and friend* of Beth David. The course will begin tliicoming Snndaj LATE FRIDAY morning from 10:30 to 11:30. Those EVENING SERVICES "'"' arr interested mud I"on lime. The eighth leriei of late Friday I evening lervice* trill begin next Fri-1 da] evening, October 2th, at 8:15.1 BARMITZVAH GROUP A complete choir will be in readineti First ion of the Bar Mitsvah to enhance the services, \X' member* and friend* to tel aside at least one evening a week for spiritual stimulation. Coma uith sour family. and enjoy a real "Oneg Shalibos." hull detail* ato schedule of tarloonand discussion* will be given in next week** issue. The member* of our choir are: Mr-. Millie Rubinstein, Mrs. J. Sdtraser, MiB. GoldenbUnk, Mr-. Edward Friedman. Mr-. Abraham F. Blorh, and Mis* Ida Smith. • urge Group will lake place one week from lliicoming Sunday from 9 to 1(1 A. M. Boy* between the age* of 12 or over are permitted to register. The instructor, Mr. Loui* Gadon, will teach the "Chant for All Portion* of the Prophets." the Senior and Junior Assemblies THE WHITE PAPER After the Solemn Balfour Declaration, the "White Paper" issued by Gneal Britain almost voided this declaration. It looked for a while that the hope for the establishment ot a Jewish Homeland in Palestine IS doomed The unfortunate destruction of Poland brought to the Jew? in particular a catastrophe of unestimable magnitude, on the other hand, n seemed to cause England to reopen the doors for the Jews in Palestine, We read in "Deuteronomy Chapter 31"— "And Moses went and spake ; these words unto all Israa I. Be and of good couraj e. U ar noi lafraid ..i them. For I the Lord thy God. hi is thai doth, tli thee, he will not fail thee. Nor forsake thei. And Most called unto Joshua and said unto him, in sight of all Israel. Be strong and ol good courage, for thou must ... with this people unto the Land which the Lord had sworn unto their Fathers to give them. And thou shall cause them It appears indisputable that this to inherit it." TALMUD TORAH Surprising it i that prarticaly onethird of the enrollment of the SundaySchool pupils have enrolled in the daily school of our Talmud Torah; 62 children have already registered, and I we urge the parents who received +• DR. 1RWIN SILVERN wishes to announce the removal j of his office to 724 DuPont Building Phone 2-2156 Around the Corner Inn 208 to 212 N. E. Second St. l\ou> open for the 11th Season Luncheons and Dinners Daily land is a rightful heritage of Israel. Let us hope that the door, in Palestina will forever remain open and it will be the final fulfillment of the solemn Balfour Declaration, —the establishment of Erez Israel In this light againsl aggression, the words ol Moses. "Be strong and ol good courage"—will once more bring forth Hasmonean Heroes, like Judas Maccabeus who with only three thousand people defeated Antiochus' General Micanors' fortyseven thousand infantry and cavalry, which decided the fate of Jerusalem in favor of Israel. Jewish Regiments will again, as under Allenby. render their services to the Allies and they fight for freedom and Democracy and they will be "Strong and of Good Cour a Isidor Roth, -Miami Beach, Florida. POSITION WANTED Young German woman with child of nine years, desires position aa house worker with private family. Excellent reference. Apply 1325 Lenox Ave.. Miami B ach, Telephone 6-7914. Accountant-Auditor will r and keep books, prepare all State and Federal tax rel F'ull or part time; 2"> year'perience; anywhere In D County. SUNSHINE SERVICE ... b/g$ yea CHEAP ELECTRIC ITY, kelps you get the greatest benefit from its use far better liviag. It's year BIG6EST BARGAIN at %  •• law "s t epiowa" ratas... i|our Public Servants! 100% RYE MEAD HEALTH-KOSHER Mat)* fraah dally fram 100 Mrcent whola RYE ind all Health ingrtdient. Good a. cak*. HEMINGTON-MANAGED HEALTH FOOD SHOP 12 S. E. FIRST ST—24)356 MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE TOU 66th Street at Biacayne Blvd.—1463 8 W 8th Street "WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION -. -„--£ |ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM PiL MolZl 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE j§. 563 COLLINS AVENUE lj| i E INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOWS INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS ORDE FEDERAL snvmes two LORII Qssocmnon or mmmi 45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW COST LONG TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President ) % 


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MIAMI. M.i/Km v., t-'RIDAYi IK r. 2UIH. 1MJ
I'KH t& 10 CLVi'S
Welfare Bureau Elects
Officers At Annual Meeting
The Jewish Welfare Bureau held
its annual meeting Wednesday
evening at the Alcazar Hotel. Due
to the illness of Mr. R. R. Adler.
president, Baron de Hirsch Meyei
presided, and Mr. Jimmy Kopel-
mviu, secretary oi me Bureau,
read Mr. Adler's yearly report. A
report of the Baron de Hirsch
Loan fund was given by Mr. J.
(It-raid Lewis, one of the trustees
and Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, execu-
tive secretary, gave the social ser-
Mr. Adler in his report stated,
"I could go on for hours telling
you of the things we have done
for people who are in need and
have no other way of getting as-
sistance, of some of the sorrow,
the heartbreak thai we have been
able to soften through our help, of
the families we have helped to re-
habilitate, and of the men and
women, ill in body and mind, whom
we have helped back to health and'
usefulness through hospitalization,
medical treatment and sympathet-
ic understanding. As you know.
we are affiliated with the com-
munity chest and the Federation
and we have been called upon to
spend much more this pa I year
than even- before in our history,
and with the help of these two
agencies we have been able to ex-
pand our scope of activities and
our sphere of assistance. As I see
it, we have made only a begin-
ning in this humanitarian work.
As time goes on we are certain
to be called upon to support even
a greater load of responsibility. I
want to express my thanks to
National Jewish Food Scarce
Council President In Poland
------
To Visit Miami
Mrs. Maurice I.- Goldman, presi-
dent of the National Council ..i
Jcwi>h Women, upon her arrival in
Miami November 5th, will be en-
tertained by the Miami Section oi
the National Council of Jewish
Women. A large program and re-
ception has been arranged in her
honor as well as ;i dinner party, pre-
ceded by a cocktail parly, to be
given to her by the officers of the
Miami Section. Mrs. Goldman will
remain here through November 6th.
Mrs. Goldman has long been pro
minenl in th< educational field and
in the fight for civil and religious
R. R, Adler, retiring president and
elected honorary president Jewish
Welfare Bureau.
vice report. The entire slate
brought in by the nominating
Committee was unanimously ac-
cepted and elected. Mr. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, was elected pre
dentj Mr. Mark Max. first vice
president; Dr. Albert E. Rosen-1
thai, second vice president; Mr. M.
J. KopelowitZ, secretary; Mr. El-
ry Stone, treasurer; Mr. Herbert
Kleiman, assistant treasurer; and
Mr. R. R. Adler, honorary presi-
dent Elected to serve on the
board of directors were Messrs.
J-eo AcKerman, ADe Aronovitz,
Sam Blank, Benj. Bronston, Mat-
thew S. Handler, Marvin Bronner,
Baron de Hirsch Meyer newly
elected president Jewish Welfare
Bureau.
those who have given me their
lime and effort so generously in
the furtherance of this humanitar-
George Chertkof. Dr. Prank Coret, j an work. And may I also express
Leo Eisenstein, Leon Elkin, M. B. \ ihe thought that I am sincerely
frank, Irving Fvankel, Maurice thankful for the opportunity that
Grossman. Sol Goldstrom, Joseph j was granted me to do my own
Lipton, Isaac Levin, Benj. De Vine,. mat! bit in the service of this God
Harry Markowite, M. L. Marcus.
Max Orovitz, E. Albert Pallot,
Leo Robinson, Morris Rubin,
Monte Selig, Da Sepler, Morris
Schwartz, Carl Weinkle and
Mitchell Wolfson. Mr. E. Albert
Ballot'was elected to the board of
trustees of the Baron de Hirsch
Loan Fund.
inspired cause. I want to empha-
size also that I feel it my duty
and privilege to assist the bureau
in any way I possibly can."
A special board meeting of the
new officers and board of direc-
tors has been called for Sunday,
October 22nd at 4 p. m. in the
Y. M. H. A. building. .,
London tW.VS'In a dispatch
from its correspondent in the war
zone in Poland, the Swiss paper
-National Tzeitung disclosed that
all activity in the former Polish
capital has ceased. The streets j
are strewn with debris and almost I
all of the city lies in ruins. Hun-
ger and epidemic stalk through the '<
land, in wake of the war. pesti-
lence has struck and spread with
lightning rapidity from city to
City. All of the dead have not
been buried and hundreds of those
killed lie buried in the ruins of
houses.
The Nazi military authority in
German-controlled Poland has
COnsi rioted Jews and Poles into
labor battalions and forced to
clean up the debris-strewn streets
in battle-scarred Warsaw. The
laboi battalions are said to work
"nly at night. Because of the al-
most complete lack of food hun-
dreds of children perish daily in
Wai aw. The pitiful supply of
food has been requisitioned by the
Nazi- for their own use and most
of it has been shipped into the in-
terior of Germany. In Warsaw
lew. and Poles have organized a
relie! committee to feed the popu-
lace. Soup kitcheni have been set
up in various parts of the city and
such food as is obtainable is dis-
tributed free.
Under the terms of a recent de-
cree issued by General Von Koch-
nhausen. newly-appointed gover-
nor of Nazi-controlled Poland, all.
Jews. Poles, (Jkranians and White;
Russians who woe born in that
part of Poland now occupied by
the s viet ai my, ari to be re-
turned to these areas. .Many of
those arrested during the past
few weeks who arc !<> the
terms of the new de ree, will be !
released and forced across the new |
Nazi-Soviet border into Soviet-
controlled Poland. Those deported
wi.l he permitted to remove their
hade- in the fight which resulted belongings, according to the dis-
in the disbanding of the Kn Klti\ ,,au.|,
Klan. She was elected to member-
ship "ii the Houston Board ; Edu-
cation and served as president >l
thai Board for eighl yeai s,
Hadassah Holds
Twenty-Fifth
Annual Meeting
liberties. Educated in the public
- of I 'i II e:, I.', ill adi.. and
St. I. ii'-. Miuri, where fiir a
i t in the I 'e-
i M athi II atics. Later.
shi i.in- In n; the II--'i School .if
ia-j r. Mi--'uri. an.l was instru-
mental in modernizing the curricul-
um i ih.it school,
\itcr her marriage, Mr-. Gold-
man lived in Houston, Texas, where
she resumed her activities in the
educational field and became a
Jews Seek To Enter
Soviet-Controlled
Areas
She wa- instrumental in modern-
izing the school curriculum- Her
methods not only gained wale conv New York (WNS)An increas-
mendation from educators through- ingflood of Jewish refugees from
out the country, but was used as a German-occupied Polish territory
-laboratory" for research work by jnt0 Soviet Russia's new holding
Teachers College of Columbia Uni- was reported in an Associated
versity. During her term of office,
Mrs. Goldman also directed an 111,-
000.000 building expansion program.
One of Mrs Goldman's education-
al hobbies was the Little Theatre
Movement in which she played an
active part while living in Houston.
She has also carried her education-
al interests into club work, direct-
ing the adult study program for the
National Council of Jewish Women.
The mother of three children.
Mrs- Goldman has always maintain-
ed her interest in child welfare work
and in child education. She is
Chairman of the Children's Aid,
Inc.. a group which is caring for
child refugees from the Nazi jjov-
ernment.
Mrs. Goldman began her activities
with the National Council of Jew-
ish Women as President of the
Houston Section, in which capacity-
she served for three years. Later,
she was for three years President
of the Texas State Conference. She
served for some years on the Board
of Directors of the National Council
of Jewish Women; was Chairman
of the Committee on Service to For-
eign Born and later became First
Vice-President and Chairman of
Ihe Executive Committee.
Mi>. Mas Dobrla of 11 to Alton
l.'.i.i.l will .ill. nd the twenty-fifth an-
nual convention of ll.nl.i--.ih. the W u
men'- Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, to lie held in New York al the
Hotel Aster, October 24th to 29th,
si the delegate of the Miami Chapter.
The guthi i inu will concern itself
with the effect of the war on health
and refugee problems ill Palestine
and the need fur tlit- protection of
democracy in this country. In addition
in ihi- central theme, the Convention
will also discuss the Jewish scene in
Poland. Germany, and Palestine, and
will review ihe place of Zionism in
ihe international conflict.
Throughout the five day sessions,
prominent -pinker- will consider the
probable effect "f a spread of hostil-
ities to the Near East and review cm-
ergenev needs of refugees already in
tin Holy I.mill. During the Youth
Miyali (immigration) program, step*
will be taken for the safeguarding of
.I.IMIII refugee children, now being
maintained and educated in Palestine.
by Hadassah, and the Youth Aliyah
movement will be examined.
S|ieciul features of ihe convention
will be a visit by the delegates to the
Jewish Palestine Pavilion at the
World's fair u cdncsday afternoon,
Oct. 25th, and ihe launching of an in-
tensified education program con-
cerned with the Jewish and oilier
minority problem- in this country.
Dr. Solomon Ooldiuun. president of
the Zionist Organisation of America,
and Mr-. Mose- P. Epstein, national
president of Hadassah, will -peak, as
well at Dr. Bernhard Zondek, noted
German scientist and co-discoverer of
ili. \-i In iin/onilek lest, who heads
the hormone research depart mi nt at
the new Ko'.li-ehild-l Llda--.ihl niver--
ity Hospital and Medical Si hool
opened b) Hadassah and Ihe Amer-
ican Jewish Physicians Lommittec in
Jerusalem; and Dr. Ludwig Halher-
-taedti r. in charm' of the cancer re-
search laboratory of the new center.
I!..ih these scientists have been attend-
ing the Third International Cancer
Congress in Atlantic City.
Other speakers will include Mrs.
Edward Jacob- of New York, former
Hadassah president and only winn.ni
member of the Executive of the Jew-
ish Agency for Pale-line. Mrs. S. V .
Halprin of New York and Palestine,
for five years lladussab'- representa-
tive on the lladussab Medical Or-
ganization in Jerusalem, and Dr.
Stephen S. Wise, president of the
American Jewish Congress.
Upon her return, Mrs. Dobrin will
render a report to the local I '.hapter
of Hadassah.
Press dispatch from Moscow
which said that the stream of
Jewish refugees was estimated
unofficially as between 500,000 to
1,000000. The population of Bia-
lystok, on the Russian side,
normally 100,000. is said to be
nearly doubled. Wilno, which Rus-
sia gave back to Lithuainia, was
also said to be jammed with refu-
gee Jews. According to the dis-
patch the Jews are being received
cordially by the Red army which
is providing work for them.
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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH PLOBID1AN
FRIDAY. OCT. 20TH, 1939
SOCIA L ACT IVI TIES
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
RETURN
VT aTllrs. B. W. BIO* re-
turned to Miami from a trip to
New York and North Carolina.

RETURN
TO CITY ., .
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescne-
loff have returned from a brief
visit to New York in which they
visited the World Fair, and took
part in a conference of the presi-
dents and leaders of Mizrachi
branches of Greater New York.
Rabbi Mescheloff was the guest
speaker at the afternoon sessions,
held Sunday October ljth.
ANNOUNCE BIRTH
OF SON
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Mar-
golis announce the birth of a baby
son, Saturday, October 14th at the
St. Francis Hospital. Both mother
and baby are doing fine. The baby
will be named Stephen Carl at the
bris whkh will be held Saturday,
October 21st with Rev. Josef Ma-
lek officiating. All friends are in-
vited to be present.
SWIM-DANCE
A gala swim-dance sponsored
by the Royal Palm Chapter A. Z.
A. will be held Sunday evesing,
pctober 5th at 7:30 p. m. at the
Sea Glades Cabana Club, Ocean
Drive at 21st Street, Miami Beach.
Swimming, music by an orchestra
for dancing, a floor show and a
door prizu will be the features of
the evening. Lockers and towels
will be furnished to all those at-
tending. Admission charged will
be fifty-five cents per person.
Tickets may be purchased from
ny member of the organization.
In charge or arrangements ia
Robert Kanter, chairman, assisted
by Charles Keoskie and Eddie
Chentoff. All members and friends
are cordially invited to attend.
Dr. Sol Selevan, M. D., an-
nounces tha opening of offices at
the Norma Lee Apartments, 1308
Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach.
Dr. Selevan received his A. B. and
M. D. degrees at the University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan,
and interned at the Jackson Me-
morial Hospital, Miami. During the
past summer Dr. Selevan was
camp physician at the Blue
Mountain camp in Pennsylvania.
TO ENTERTAIN
AT RECEPTION
Mr. and Mrs. George Stone of
2127 S. W. 16th Terrace, Miami,
will entertain at a reception in
honor of Mrs. Stone's sister, Miss
Eva Nathan and her husband to be
Mr. Philip Konter, whose marriage
will be an event of Sunday, Oc-
tober 22nd in Savannah, Georgia,
Tuesday evening at their home be-
tween; 8 p. m. and 10 p. m. The
couple will honeymoon in Miami.
WHEN DINING OUT
REMEMBER
FAGAN'S
PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT
Luncheon from 33 cents Dinner from 65 cents
LET US CATER YOUR'NEXT
LUNCHEON. BANQUET OR WEDDING
WE KNOW HOW
265 N. E. 2nd Street Phone 2-9869
Established 1923
MRS. BENJAMIN MEYERS
chairman of the "Brunch" to be held
on Monday morning, Oct. 23rd, at
11:30, at the Alcazar Hotel, under the
auspices of Miami Chapter of Itadas-
sah, marking the installation of offic-
ers, and initiating the program of
activities for the coming year.
B'NAI B'RITH
TO MEET
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will
hold its regular meeting Tuesday
evening October 24th at 8 p. m. at
the Scottish Rite Temple, N. W.
3rd'St., near N. W. North River
Drive. Dr. C. Stanley Lowell,
prominent local Christian minis-
ter, will be the guest speaker, and
his subject will be "The Basis for
a Lasting Peace." During the busi-
ness meeting, various reports will
be heard and the nominating com-
mittee will be appointed. Also, the
selection of a permanent meeting
place will be decided. All mem-
bers, their wives and friends are
cordially invited to attend. Re-
freshments; will be served.

RETURNS TO MIAMI BEACH
Mr. Isidor Roth of Miami Beach
returned home from a two month's
visit with his children in New York,
where he also took hydrotherapeutic'
cure at the northern Spas.
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Miami Tn*dt Co. Dual*
9*09*9 M. Dunja,
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Kosher Killed Chicken* Can Be
Obtained when Shoched is on Duty
at
SPRINGER POULTRY
& EGG CO.
317 N. W. Fif th Street
Rev.H.M.Kagan is on premises
all day Thursday, and Friday
morning and during the week
by appointment.
The wedding of Miss Jeanette Mint-
zer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Mintzer, to Murray Schulman will
take place at the home of the bride
parent's home 1901 S.W. 16th street,
Miami, Sunday afternoon, October
22nd at 4 p.m. Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellnrr will officiate. The bride will
be given in marriage by her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer and will be
attended by her sister Miss Ethel
Mintzer, as maid of honor. Mr. Jack
Schulman, brother of the groom, will
be best man and Mr. and Mrs. I. L.
Mintzer will give the groom away.
AU friends are cordially invited to
attend the reception which will begin
at 5 p.m. The couple will leave for a
honeymoon trip through the state of
Florida, after which they will return
to Miami where they will reside at
1901 S.W. 16th street.
YOUNG JUDAEA
ELECTS OFFICERS
Stephes S. Wise Young Judaea
held election of officers recently
with the following elected: Henry
Mendell, president; Aaron Rosen-
thai, vice president; Sunshine Fa-
gan, secretary, and Bernice Dacks,
treasurer. Board members elected
were: Irene Jacobs, Sadie Hozan,
Alvin Schwartz, Rosalyn Boro-
choff, Harvey Sootin, and Sidney
Soltz, Jack Telovitz was appoint-
ed J. N. F. chairkan and Louis
Fine, Keren Hanoav, chairman.
Sponsors of this group are Nathan
Zwitman, Sidney L. Segall and
Adele Segall.

SUPPER TO BE GIVEN
The Arheiter Ring Branch f Great-
er Miami will sponsor a supper Sun-
day evening, October 22nd at 6 p.m.
at Y.M.H.A clubrooms. A complete re-
port will be given by the delegate who
attended the 20th Southeastern l>
trict Conference which was held m
Birmingham. Mr. Herman Waitsman
will show films which were taken
one of the organizations outings dur-
ing this summer. All member* and
friends are invited to attend.
MIAMI A. Z. A.
TO HOLD AFFAIRS
The Miami Chapter of A. /.. A. will
-1 > 11 iii two gala affairs, the first of
whirh will be a moonlight boat-rid-:
aboard the Seven Seas Wednesday
evening November 29th. Various
amutenienU, entertainment and darn-
ing to music furnished by an orchestra
will be featured throughout the eve-
ning. Attendance is limited to two
hundred and fifty persons and all
members and friends are urged to
purchase their tickets in advance.
The public is invited to attend.
Thursday evening, December 14th,
the second affair, a Sweetheart Dance
will be given at the Coral Gables
Country Club. At this dance, girl* rep-
resenting the various clubs and soro-
ities, will be presented as the Sweet-
heart of the Miami A. Z. A. Vote*
may be obtained for a penny a vote
from the contestants or member* of
the organisations participating. De-
tails will be announced in a later
issue.
Proceeds of these affairs will enable
the Miami Chapter to be represented
at the Augusta, Georgia Regional
Convention where they will cemnetn
againat other chapter* ef the Smith
in oratory, debating and basketball
contests.
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TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
BEHIND THE FRONT
Letter-writers in Hitler-dominated Central Europe ii
found a new way to evade the censorship. Messages pro-
viding a elne to the real situation in the Reich an- written on
the reverse, side <>f the stamp. Several <>f tlie best-known
The next regular meeting will
be held this coming Tuesday night,
October 24th at 8 o'clock. This
meeting win take place at the foreign correspondents ot American newspapers are coming
. They've discovered thai the real war
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1939
VOLUME 12NUMBER 41.
Dynamic as the Times
Scottish Rite Temple, on N. W.
3rd St., near N. W. North River
Drive. This is a temporary meeting
place. The brothers will vote upon
permanent meeting quarters.
The guest speaker will be Dr.
C. Stanley Lowell, prominent local
Christian minister. Dr. Lowell
spent some time in Europe last
year and his personal observa-
tions of the European situation
have enabled him to present an in-
telligent viewpoint which should
prove interesting and enlightening
to all brothers and friends at-
tending this meeting. Dr. Lowell's
subject will be "The Basis for a
Lasting Peace." A timely topic,
Indeed. The brothers should not
In these troublous times, when our whole system of society
is being challenged by menaces which have been brought into
dreadful actuality by events overseas, membership efforts on
the part of national Jewish organizations obviously assume new \ miss this opportunity.
significance. The urge for increased numbers alone can no
longer justify a membership appeal. The program of a member-
ship-seeking organization is now being studied more closely by
those whom it seeks to enlist.
That being so, it is not being rash to predict that the na-
tional membership campaign of B'nai B'rith, which gets under
way on November 1st, is t'.ue to repeat the successes of recent
years. B'nai B'rith's historic role as one of the major forces in
American life for 96 years is due as much to the flexibility of
its program, which has enabled it to adapt itself to changing
conditions, no matter how far-reaching, as to the service it has
rendered in the spheres of defense, philanthropy, youth welfare,
good will, education, social service and patriotism.
B'nai Brith's phenomenal growth in the last few years, an
indication of Jewry's confidence in its ability and readiness to
meet its responsibility to its country and its people under all cir-
cumstances, has been accompanied by a broadening of its activ-
ities. New ones demanded by new conditions have been adopted.
Old ones whose usefulness has been outlived or which are being
carried on better by other agencies have been liquidated or cur-
tailed. But at no time has B'nai B'rith been static. It has been
as dynamic as the times we live in.
Throughout its history B'nai B'rith has secured and retained
members by proving itself to be a great unifying force in Israel.
Well-equipped by experience, organizational facilities and rec-
ord of achievement to minister to the problems of I American
Jewry, it embarks on its 1939 membership campaign with a pro-
-am which under present conditions becomes a work of conser-
vation, rescue and defense of the moral and cultural values
which are being destroyed elsewhere. In this task B'nai B nth
seeks to do its share toward building the world of tomorrow
here while the world of yesterday and today is tumbling in
ruins in many parts of the world.
In the light of tnese facts Florida should prove to be a ban-
ner B'nai B'rith state. ^________
Your columnist is informed
that Bro. Rabbi Kaplan of Temple
Israel, will make a report on the
Southeastern States Conference in
defense of Human Rights, recently-
held in Atlanta under the auspices
of the A. D. L, and which Rabbi \ THIS AND THAT
Kaplan attended.
back to this country.
news and other such information has had to be relayed to them
from New- York. An indication thai Italy plans to remain
on the sidelines in the war is a cable from Rome to Harry Mon-
del.. promoter of the six-day hike races in New York. The
cable urges Monde! to engage as many Italian racers as he can
use. Discount the advance announcements that Jan Ma-
saryk will lecture in this country this season. Masaryk is stay-
ing in Europe, where diplomatic activities for Chechoslovakian
independence are in full swing. The most popular songvn
London today is entitled."Even Hitler had a Mother." .
At the time of Chamberlain's Munich surrender it was Wanned in
England, but now even the censorship office in old Lunnon is
humming it. The refrain of the German army marching
sony is "'Today we own Germany, tomorrow all the
world." The forthcoming diaries of the late Ramsay Mac-
Donald will have the "benefit" of Ins son MalcolmV^editing.
. The reason why Joachim von Ribhentrop could not get
along with some members of London society had nothing to do
with politics. ... In pre-Nazi days Rihbentrop was a cl
pagne salesman, ami quite a number of his English 'customers
never forgave him the vile quality of his wares. .
Robert Quillon, columnist in several Southern papers, de-
clared the other day that "there's something fishy about
'Nordic superiority' if 85.000.000 Germans can't survive com-
petition with 400,000 Jews without using guns." Winchell
reports a sign on a New York Ninth Avenue beanery which
reads: "Relieve it or not. 'hut we don't hate anybody." .
The 850,000 bail money for Fritz Kuhn didn't come from the
rank and file of the German-American Bund. ... It came'jn
a fow lump stuns from some "business friends" of the Na I
fuehrer. The Dies Committee might look into this. .
Although k'uhn's trial had been set before Judge Saul Streit of
General Sessions it will he presided over by another judge. .
last column, the Nominating Com-|gtrei, |,imBelf asked for the change, because of his jion-Aryau-
mittee will be appointed at this ,. ., T -. .
coming meeting. ,sl"- lsa;"' Carmel, of the American Jewish < ongress or-
ganization department, has this/ to say of the English, French
and German views on freedom. The Englishman, he says,
in- treats liberty as a man treats his wife. He makes no t ISA
about her. but lei any one dare attack her and he rises to fight
in her defense. The more romantic Frenchman treats lib-
erty as he would his sweetheart. The Germans, however,
treeat freedom as a man treats his mother-in-law." .
Bro. Joe A.Berman, co-chairman
of the Vocational Guidance Com-
mittee-we are advisedis form-
ing a dramatic, music and art club
for Junior Ben Briths. An essay
contest is also being planned.
These activities should stimulate a
lot of interest. This is progres-
sive work and should be encour-
aged.
o
As previously mentioned in our
A large attendance is expected
at this meeting. Ladies are
vited. There will be a discussion
of the proposition of forming a
ladies auxiliary.
SOCIETY
Council News
(
The Council Forum with
Public Speaking instruction
begins its formal year on Fri-
day. November 3rd at 2:00 p.
m. at the. home of Mrs. Joseph
Williamson, 2925 Prairie Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Mrs. L M.
Weinstein is again instruc-
tress. These classes are to be
held every Friday afternoon
at different specified homes
during the winter. Mr.s Harry
Ham hard, and Mrs. Max
Steuer co-chairman of the
Forum promise that this year's
class will ho the outstanding
one. Diversit'ed programs in-
cluding topics on Contempor-
ary Jewish Affairs. Rook Re-
views, and a new feature of
Personality Charm will he in-
corporated. This class is open
to any one desiring to attend.
A charge of 25 cents per per-
son is made, this is to help
Miami Section in their* various
projects. We hope that each
and every woman in our midst
will take advantage of these
classes, and bring their friends.
Refreshments will be served by
the hostess. The regular Hoard
meeeting of the Section will
be held on Thursday morning.
October 26th at 10:00 a. m. at
the Y. W. C. A. Hoard mem-
bers please take note.
ELECT
OFFICERS
The Pioneer Women of Greater
Miami held their regOlar meeting
Wednesday afternoon at which
time election of officers took
place. Mrs. Henry Seitlin was
elected to the office of presidency
for the fourth consecutive term.
Others elected were: Mrs. Lena
Mintzer, vice president; Mrs. I.
Shapoff, financial secretary, Mrs.
Z. Liebman, recording secretary;
and Mrs. If. Hantman, treasurer.
Committees appointed were: cul-
tural, Mesdames Sonia Gerbert,
P. Shubow and H. Friedman; na-
tional fund, Miami, Mesdames, I.
Greenstein and B. Schiff, Miami
Beach, Mrs. C. Ratner; hospitali-
ty, Miami. Mesdames Grace Hoff-
man, M. Marber and Lois Marcus;
Miami Beach, Mrs. Goldie Zevin;
and membership, Mrs. A. Abrams.
After the business session a cul-
tural program was presented with
Mesdames P. Shubow, Sonia Ger-
bert, I. Greenstein, H. Friedman,
and B. Dackowitz participating.
Refreshments were then served.
LEGAL 3RIEFS
When Justice Frankfurter was in England recently he was
entertained at a banquet attended by famous British barristers.
. In their speeches none of them agreed on how many Jus-
tices the I', s. Supreme Court actually has. In' order to
impress them with the correct number once and for all Frank-
furter finally told them: "There are nine members in our Su-
preme Courtnine, the same as on your cricket teams .
The Cincinnati law firm of Cohen and Mack, formed 45 years
ago by former B'nai B'rith prexv Alfred M. *>hen ind Com-
mon Pleas Judge Alfred Mack, has to change its name, because
of a ruling by the American Bar Association frowning on the
retention of a. judge's'name in a law firm. Mack had re-
tired from the firm in 1930, .when he was appointed to the
bench, but bad askeft Cohen to keep his name in that of the
firm. ...
LITERARY NOTES
Shalom Asch's hook ''The Nazarene," a Book-of-
the-Month selection which will he out in a few weeks, will
arouse a great deal of controversy. Asch believes that the
Christian spiritual leadership is much more tolerant than the
Jewish, and doesn't hesitate to say so in his hook.
. The. Jewish Daily Forward. Yiddish daily which publishes
Asch's works, didn't print this novel in the original Yiddish, on
the grounds that it's too religious. ... i ._jl



PAGE FOUR
wnm FLomroiAH
FRIDAY. OCT. 20TH. 1939
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'b RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. ISth Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily servicts: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m.
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
SUCCESS STORY
We report with a great deal of
satisfaction, the fine success of
our Cafeteria Supper held this
'past Sunday. This splendid be
ginning augurs for a most suc-
cessful season of activities, on the
part of our Ladies. We^ take this
means of extending our sincere
and hearty APPRECIATION to
the administration of the Y. M. H.
A., to the members of the Com-
mittee who worked so unceasingly
and our many patrons whose pres-
ence helped to make the evening,
the social and financial success it
was.
HAZEL TOY
The Congregation and- the Lad-
ies Auxiliary join the many
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Mintzer. in extending to them
heartiest MAZEL TOV greetings
upon the forthcoming marriage of
their daughter. Miss Jeanette
Mintzer to Mr. Murray Shulman.
Many it be the will of our
Father in Heaven, that theirs shall
bt- a union blessed with happi-
ness and long life and the young
couple will follow in the footsteps
of their elders.
CONGRATULATIONS
We are pleased to congratulate
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon,
on the birth of their grandson.
May the parents and grandparents
live to see him grow into happy
Jewish manhood.
CONGREGATIONAL NEWS
A nomination committee has
been appointed to prepare the
slate of officers and the Board
of Directors for the ensuing year
Mr. Max Rifas is the chairman of
the Committee and serving with
him. arc the Messrs George Chert-
koff, Max Mintzer, E. Albert Pal-
lott, Sam Silver. Elections will
take place the first Tuesday in
November.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
136 children have already been
registered in our Sunday School
classes. Registration will continue
this week and next. Daring the
Senior Accembly, a most success
ful spelling bee of Judiac words
was conducted. The innovation of
the Senior and Junior Assemblies
which was so successfully intro-
duced last year will be continued
and two different sets of pro-
grams will be presented.
HABANOTH NOTES
Membership Tea
The Girls of the Blue and White
held a membership tea last Sun-
day afternoon at the home of their
Sponsor, Mrs. Samuel Tannen-
baum. An interesting program
was presented and refreshments
were served.
Habanoth Sponsor Honored
The Buds, the youngest of our
three Habanoth Groups, gave a
surprise shower in the honor of
their sponsor, Mrs. George Chert-
koff, in appreciation of the group
attaining their second anniver-
sary. Refreshments were served
in the Synagogue, where the party
took place, on Tuesdav, Pctober
17th.
New Projects Discussed
Continuing the fine record of
three years. The Habanoth Debs
are at work planning to sponsor
a major project for the coming
season, which will enable them to
contribute materially towards the
goal to which they have set them-
selves. Meetings are held every
Wednesday afternoon, at the home
of the Rabbi, at 4 p. m.
REV. J. MALEK
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Sercicrs:
Friday e\enini at 8:15 p.m. Sermon
by Rabbi Skop on the the..... "The
Importance of Ideas suggested by the
Scdrah of the week dealing with
Abraham*! departure from hi* home
and kindred. W hat was bis idea anil
purpose? What idea- prompted other
leaden in Jewish history? I low im-
portant were the idea- of tile Jewish
prophet-'' r hat are the important
modern Jevvi-h idea-'
Saturdaj services at K-.'.W a.m. Con-
ducted bj Rev, Leshinsky,
Mate! Tor:
i Irlando and < Vntral Florida Jew-
are continuing to average a hri- a
week for the pa-t few mouth-. I.a-t
week We congratulated Mr. and Mr-,
rrank Monilla of 110" Kaley \%c.
whose -on wa- rirrumsised l>> Rev.
Leihinsk) at Orange General hospital.
Tin- week our hearty ma/el lot i-
extended to Mr. and Mr-. Sydne)
Glurkman of Miami Reach. Mr-.
Glurkman i- the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Bornstein of Clermont. The
bria will he held at the Orange Gen-
eral hospital on Monday. Oct. 23, at
10 a.m.
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Bible Class:
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street ever) Wednesdaj evening.
Those desiring to learn Hebrew may
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Rabbi Incited:
An invitation has been accepted
by Rabbi Skop to attend the installa-
tion ceremonies at Florida Southern
College in Lakeland of the Chair on
Democracy. Rabbi Skop will attend
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Democracy on Sunday. Nov. 12.
Ladies Auxiliary:
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THE JEWISH rLOUDIAjr
PAGE FIVE
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HABRY SCHWABTZ)
LEO LIPOWSKY STARS FOR
*Y" ROYALS
With his team K> pins behind Leo
-ky anchor man of the Royals
himself a spare in the final
, and then picked up 7 pins to
whip the leading Reliables 1451 to
14.S<). Yes. my friends, that's equiva-
lent to hitting a homer with the
bases loaded, with two out in the
9th inning and your team 3 runs be-
hindNice going Leo. I'm only
gorry :t had to be against my team.
Al BerkowiU continues to lead the
league with a 1(10 average and 13X1
total | in;.
Si Seitlin returning from a con-
veal i n l"st none of his bowling tal-
ent and totaled 323 pins for a 1072
average for the 3 games. The
league is so evenly matched right
now that the bottom team is just as
apt to be in first place as is the
t ; team in last. Come out any
Thursday evening at the Miami Re-
creation Alley and enjoy some rare
facial expressions when the boys
blowupOr even when 'hey get beat
for that matter.
Y.MH.A. DUCKP1N LEAGUE
RECREATION ALLEYS
INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS
Name GamesPinsAverage
SENIOR DIVISIONMEN
Our Executive Director has re-
ceived a communication from the
Dade County Juvenile Council in
which this fine organization offers
a cup to that club or organization in
Dade County, which during the 12
month periodfrom October 1, 1939.
to October 1. 1940, shall be deemed
by impartial judges, to have done
most to prevent Juvenile delinquen-
cy. This will be measured by the
value of some community program
or project along these lines sponsor-
ed by the winning organization.
In view of the excellent Youth
Building program in the "Y" there
is no reason why we should not win
this cup. At any rate, our Execu-
tive Director is exerting all his ef-
forts to the end that we may win
this coveted prize.
SOCIETY
S. Seitlin ?_* 3 323 107.2
Al. Bcrkowitz ---- 12 1200 100
A. Silver ...... ........... 10 959 959
M- Milstein .. 12 1139 94.11
H. Levinson ------ 12 1138 .94.10
A. Winer 11 11 1036 1026 942
L. L'powsky ----- 93.3
L- Querido ___... 12 1113 92.9
M Wroobel ---- 12 1113 929
Abe Berkowitz __ 12 1112 928
G. Weiss _............ 3 278 92.6
VV. Mackauf------- 11 1012 92
H. Schwartz 11 1003 91.2
M. Friedman -..._. 8 714 89.2
D. Rosenthal ? 10 886 88.6
N- Blumberg ......... 8 707 88.3
R. Grossman ----- 12 1050 87.6
M Lubel .----- 12 1050 87.6
Siiian .....____..... 3 263 87.2
A. Reisman ... 12 1045 87.1
1. Herman 7 608 86.6
S- Bcckman 10 848 84.8
P. Silverman........... s 420 84
G. Davis ........... -..... 8 634 79-2
I.. Seitlin ....... 6 470 78.2
TEAM STANDINGS
Ki'l litbit > ... I,........ 8 7 4
Warriors ------------ 5
Royal; s 7
|itterbugs 5 7
COMING EVENTS
At a meeting of the Board of Di-
rectors hald October 11th. Execu-
tive Committees were appointed to
make plans for our 8th Annual
Dance and our 6th Annual CAVAL-
CADI-: OF STARS. The Executive
Committee of the CAVALCADE is
composed of:
Messrs. I.co Robinson. Herman
Waitsman. Fred Shochet. Dave
Lemehnan. Matty Handler.
The Executive Committee of the
8th Annual Dance is composed of:
Messrs. Nat Blumberg. Harry
Schwartz, Jack Apte. Herman
Waitsman, Leon Lieberman.
These Committees will report to
the Board at the next meeting to be
held October 25th. It is planned to
make these two outstanding affairs
bigger and better than ever before.
Watch these columns weekly for
news about the Cavalcade and 8th
Annual Dance.
JR. HADASSAH TO MEET
The ri')culur meeting of Junior
1 t.iil.i--,ih will he ti< hi Monday eve*
urn:' at 8:30 p.m. at the Beth David
Auditorium. An address on the "Fu-
ture Outlook of Zionism" by Mary
I .nlil -l.-in. readings and musical num-
bers will be presented on the pro-
gram. All members and friends are
cordially invited to attend.
BRIS TO BE HELD
The liri- of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
S. C. Finn will be held Friday at
their home with Rev. Josef Malrk
officiating. All friends arc invited.
The Galleries of the Miami Beach
Public Library and Art Centre, lo-
cated at 2100 Collins Ave., were
established for the advancement of
culture and education; and are con-
ducted so the residents and visitors
of Miami Beach may have an op-
portunity of viewing works of art
and that artists are offorded suit-
able space In which to exhibit their
works. The Galleries were made
available by the City of Miami
Beach and are under the supervision
of the Miami Beach Woman's Club.
Mrs. T. J. Pancoast. President, and
Mrs. Edwin M- Lee, Art Chairman.
All matters pertaining to the Gal-
leries activities are referred to the
supervising authorities of the Club.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESChFLOFF. Rabbi
62". Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-2013
DAILY SERVICES
Shachriss at 8 a. m. daily-, at
8:30 a. in. Saturday.
Mincha at 5:30 p. in. daily.
Maariv at 6:00 p. m. daily.
Shalosh S'oodoss every Sat-
urday afternoon. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will preach on "The
Portion of the Week."
BAR MITZVA
The ceremony attendant up-
on Irvin Leihson's reaching
Bar Mitzva ane will he held
this Saturday morning. The
Rabbi will address the boy. The
cantor will chant the services.
RADIO HOUR
Over WIOD Rabbi Meschel-
off will speak this Sunday af-
ternoon at 3:00 p. m. on the
subject. "Not a Dream."' Can-
tor Mamches will sing appro-
priate melodies. Will you he
listening 1
MIZRACHI MEETING
The Miami Beach Mi/.rachi
will hold its regular bi-monthly
meeting and Melaveh Malkeh
this Saturday night ut 8:00 p.
in. at the synagogue. The new-
ly organized women's division
will meet as a group apart
from the men during the busi-
ness sessions. Both groups will
meet for cultural program at
the end of their regular meet-
ing, in the Talmud Torah
building. An interesting ad-
dress, vocal and instrumental
music, and a report by our
Rabbi will follow and he open
to the public.
JNP boxes -will be distri-
buted and opened for those"
who have them at this meeting.
Refreshments will be served
by the meeting's hostesses,
Mrs. I. D. Spivak and Mrs. M.
Kraemer.
SCHOOL REGISTRATION
Our classes are still open for
new students. Registration,
Sunday morning at 10:00 a. m.
or daily between the hours of
four and six. Sessions are held
daily from 3:30 to 7:00 p. m.
The public is invited to attend
the children's assembly Sun-
day mornings at 11:90 o'clock.
Won Lost
SENIOR DIVISION-WOMEN
The Y. W- 11- A. is busy making
plans and final arrangements for
its I lid Fashioned Box Supper and
Dance i be held at the "Y" on Son-
day i r-ening, Oct ber th. The
nee. headed by Mr*. I I "
Lieberman, is exerting every effort
.. this ..fair an 0Utnndin
snect
As previously announced, ladies.
are requested to prepare box lun-
cheons and brine them to the "Y"
where they will be auctioned off by
Jules Wilson and Dave Lemelmaa
to the highest bidder. The gentle-
men buying the same will have the
pleasure ol eating the lunch with
the lady who prepared it.
! "ancing will follow with music by
a poj ular orchestra The feature of
the evening will be a door prise to
thi holder ol the lucky ticket num-
ber. The Nassau Hotel has off. red
a wok's lodging to the winner of
said door prize. So. get in line-,
everybody, and buy your tickets-
Who knows, you may be the lucky
winner.
STOCK COMPANY
Once again the "Y" Stock Com-
pany will tread the boards of the
"Y" Little Theatre on Sunday even-
ing, November 12th. in the famous
comedy, "CO AHEAD." This group
is doing outstanding dramatic work
under the supervision of Mr Sam-
uel Hollander, who has written and
acted in several outstanding radio
and Stage plays.
This group consists of: Rita
Grossman, Thelma Bass. Rcverly
Grossman, Leonard Oxcnberg. Har-
riet Marcus, Dick Rosenberg. Philip
Wexler, Phyllis Schulman, Mada-
leen Schulman, Stanley Tannen-
bauni. Elaine London, Velma Abra-
ham. Rita Futerfasi Edith Shier,
Lilly Alexander,
All exhihits are shown upon the
sole responsibility of the exhibitor.
Those desirous of exhibiting in the
Galleries must submt in writing
their request, type of work, medi-
ums used, number of pieces, exhibit-
ing time desired and a detailed bio-
graphy of his or her art training
and art accomplishments. The ex-
hibitor must assume the expense of
supplying the equipment and per-
sonnel for hanging exhibition, daily
gallery attendant, invitations, post-
ers, announcements, labels, cata-
logues and transportation of exhi-
bit- The alloting of exhibiting privi-
leges are granted by the erhibition
committee of the Galleres so that
the highest possible standard be ob-
tained for the Galleries. The sale
of pictures in the Art Centre is pro-
hibited.
The Art Center hours are 10 A.M.
to 9 P.M. daily except Sundays. Le-
gal Holidays and other days neces-
sary for the changing of exhibitions.
All information pertaining to ex-
hibits in the Art Centre are released
by the constituted authorities so
that the public is well and properly
informed of the activities of the
Art Centre and that the artist- are
given the best possible co-operation.
No admission is charged the public
to visit the Miami Beach Public Li-
brary and Art Centre-
NEW PROJECT
Plans are now being formulated
by our Executive Director to start a
class in Arts and Crafts among the
children of the Home Camp. As
soon as details are completed, class-
es will begin. Watch these columns
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ber 18th at< the Beth David audi-
torium. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, presi-
dent, appointed Mrs. Sam Ehr-
lich chairman of! the library com-
mittee and Mrs. Harry Marko-
wits, chairman of the forthcoming
boat ride. Mrs. Joseph Fine, mem-
bership chairman, announced that
the annual membership tea would
take place Wednesday afternoon.
Novembr 15th. Plans were dis-
cussed for a benefit card party to
be held Tuesday evening, October
24th at 8 p. m. at the Beth David
auditorium with Mrs. Louis Mar-
gulies and Mrs. Harry Mandell in
charge of arrangements. Mrs. J.
Engler announced that she would
sponsor a card party for the bene-
fit of the Sisterhood, Wednesday
evening, November 8th at the Beth
David Talmud Torah. The meet-
ing was concluded with a program
presented by Mrs. Irvin L. Siegal,
program chairman, who read ex-
cerpts from the book "Address
Unknown", by Kressman Taylor.
She also introduced the Misses
Rosalind and Sadie Borochoff who
presented an aeeoidian recital.
BRIS IS HELD
The bril of Harold Louis, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bahson, wa> held
at the home of the parents, with Rev.
Josef Malek officiating. Mr. Louis
Friedman was quarter.
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CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest ISth Road
Office Phone 2 1473
Home Phone 2-2176
AN OPEN LETTER

PERMANENT CALENDAR

Daily Srxices. 7:30 A. M. and 5:30
V. If.
Sabbath Service*, Saturday, 8:30 A.
M.
Late Friday Evening Services. Fri-
day. 8:15.
Junior Service.', Saturday, 10:30 A.
M.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6.15.
Sunday School, Sunday, 10 A. M.
Iiar-\lil/\ alil.roup Sunday 9 A. M.
Adult HUtory Group, Sunday, 10:30
A. M.
Sisterhood Meeting, Third Wednes-
day of Month.
JUNIOR CONGREGATION
The sixth series of Sabbath services
sponsored by the Junior Congregation,
will begin this Saturday morning at
10:30 in the Synagogue. An innova-
tion will be made this year in extend-
ing the services to meet the neceary
requirements of parents and adults as
well. Those who feel that they can-
not come to the first service at 8:30
every Saturday morning are asked to
attend the services at 10:30.
Form this habit of attending regu-
larly, and much Spiritual satisfaction
uill he derived.
Harold Shapiro. Stanley Hayman
and Albert Eskanazi will conduct the
services, and Herbert Glazaroff will j
read a portion of the "Scdrah" of the ]
week. Rabbi Shapiro will expound i
interpretative])! the portion of law.
Immediate]* after the services, Mrs,
I.. Hart/, chairman of the Sabbath
iiiiiriiitig committee, will serve '"Kid-
dii.-h."
notices to be in the Rabbi's office in
order to con-ult him about their
children'- welfare, to plea-e attend
to that matter at once.
A larger curriculum has been out-
lined by the teacher. Mr. Louis Cadon
anil the Habbi to meet the require-
ments of all students. We anticipate
an enrollment of 80 children this
coming semester, and we will be pre-
pared to take care of such an in-
creased attendance.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Last week's registration brought the
attendance of Beth David Sunday
School to 195 students. Notices were
mailed to parents to be at the Rabbi's
study with regard to their children's
welfare. We urge all parents who re-
reived such notices to comply with
the contents at once.
TEACHERS' MEETING
Every Sunday morning from 12 to
12:30. the teachers of the Beth David
faculty meet to discuss immediate
problems which arise. The major
portion of that time is devoted to a
discussion of Jewish History interpre-
tatively by the Rabbi. Those who are
interested in addition to our teacher*
of the faculty are invited to attend.
To the Public of -Miami:
Wc at this time want to pub-
licly thank the Freda Marko-
witl Post, of the Jewish War
Veterans for the presentation
to us of three American Flags.
These flajrs will be used in the
Bnglinh Glasses which are
sponsored by the B'nai R'rith
and Council, and the other to
adorn our office. These flags
are a symbol and gratitude for
all American Jews to be able
to live in and participate in all
matters American, in our
democratic United states.
We American Jews arc and
will be ever thankful for the
form of Government wc have;
also that you as part of a Na-
tional organization strive for
things rightly in an American
way. can fulfill in a large mea-
sure that which tends to make
living so much easier for us
Jews here in the United states.
We again thank you for this
most beautiful gift to us. and
assure you that, the Stars and
Stripes will forever flow in the
sincerity of our hearts, and the
ever faithful thought of your
generosity and good-will to us.
Sincerely yours,
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine,
I'res., Nat. Council
Jewish Women
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABB. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A 2W,TMN
69J6 Indian Creek Drlve--lZ*. 630 N. E. 31st St.-2-54l
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both o.' the Rabbi, will b* In the Temple every mornin.
You may consult with them on matter, concerning the Jewia commu-
al.y. or y.u, persona, problems. Tou Will be aaaured VP-'
hrinr and a.Wlce, and. needle*, to y. each matter will b. held in
Mrlct confidence.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening, October 20th.
1989, at 7:15 p. m. Sermon "You
and Abraham", by Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman.
Services will be conducted by
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
IN MEMORIAM
May the Father of peace
peace to all who mourn, and
fort the bereaved among us."
The Yahrzeits of the foil,
will be commemorated in oui
vices this Friday evening.
Tinka Kaplan. Hannah Ra|
Ray Ousel, Richard Jordan.
ADIT.T HISTORY <;ROUP
Ralilii Max Shapiro will present a
course in the "Legacy of Israel" cov-
ering Biblical, Pott-Biblical and Me-
dieval History, for parent*, member*
and friend* of Beth David. The
course will begin tlii- coming Snndaj
LATE FRIDAY morning from 10:30 to 11:30. Those
EVENING SERVICES "'"' arr interested mud I"- on lime.
The eighth leriei of late Friday I__________________
evening lervice* trill begin next Fri-1
da] evening, October 2th, at 8:15.1 BARMITZVAH GROUP
A complete choir will be in readineti First .....ion of the Bar Mitsvah
to enhance the services, \X'
member* and friend* to tel aside at
least one evening a week for spiritual
stimulation. Coma uith sour family.
and enjoy a real "Oneg Shalibos."
hull detail* a- to schedule of tar-
loon- and discussion* will be given
in next week** issue.
The member* of our choir are: Mr-.
Millie Rubinstein, Mrs. J. Sdtraser,
Mi- B. GoldenbUnk, Mr-. Edward
Friedman. Mr-. Abraham F. Blorh,
and Mis* Ida Smith.
urge Group will lake place one week from
llii- coming Sunday from 9 to 1(1 A.
M. Boy* between the age* of 12 or
over are permitted to register.
The instructor, Mr. Loui* Gadon,
will teach the "Chant for All Portion*
of the Prophets."
the Senior and Junior Assemblies
THE WHITE PAPER
After the Solemn Balfour Declar-
ation, the "White Paper" issued by
Gneal Britain almost voided this
declaration. It looked for a while
that the hope for the establishment
ot a Jewish Homeland in Palestine
IS doomed
The unfortunate destruction of
Poland brought to the Jew? in par-
ticular a catastrophe of unestimable
magnitude, on the other hand,
n seemed to cause England to re-
open the doors for the Jews in Pal-
estine,
We read in "Deuteronomy Chap-
ter 31"
"And Moses went and spake ;
these words unto all Israa I. Be
and of good couraj e. U ar
noi l- afraid ..i them. For I
the Lord thy God. hi is thai doth,
tli thee, he will not fail thee.
Nor forsake thei. And Most -
called unto Joshua and said unto
him, in sight of all Israel. Be
strong and ol good courage, for
thou must ... with this people un-
to the Land which the Lord had
sworn unto their Fathers to give
them. And thou shall cause them
It appears indisputable that this
to inherit it."
TALMUD TORAH
Surprising it i that prarticaly one-
third of the enrollment of the Sunday-
School pupils have enrolled in the
daily school of our Talmud Torah; 62
children have already registered, and I
we urge the parents who received
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DR. 1RWIN SILVERN
wishes to announce the removal j
of his office to
724 DuPont Building
Phone 2-2156
Around the Corner Inn
208 to 212 N. E. Second St.
l\ou> open for the
11th Season
Luncheons and Dinners
Daily
land is a rightful heritage of Israel.
Let us hope that the door, in
Palestina will forever remain open
and it will be the final fulfillment
of the solemn Balfour Declaration,
the establishment of Erez Israel
In this light againsl aggression,
the words ol Moses. "Be strong
and ol good courage"will once
more bring forth Hasmonean Her-
oes, like Judas Maccabeus who with
only three thousand people defeated
Antiochus' General Micanors' forty-
seven thousand infantry and caval-
ry, which decided the fate of Jeru-
salem in favor of Israel.
Jewish Regiments will again, as
under Allenby. render their services
to the Allies and they fight for
freedom and Democracy and they
will be "Strong and of Good Cour
a "
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