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The Jewish Floridian ( November 3, 1939 )

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wJewish Fiaridliaim i% Cggggj Ylhlh Unity 3&JL gstAxrxjtJ^ VDJLOASL^ VOL. 12—NO. 43 MIAMI. FLORIDA.. FRIDAY, NOV. 3RD. 1939 PRICE 10 CENTS Hadassah Sets Million Dollar Goal N,W York fascist notables widely In decline nomination this year credited with pro-German tenReshuffle Seen N.-w York (WNS) An Associated Press dispatch from Rome, reporting on a sudden shakeup of the whole fascist regime, including cabinet members, discloses that chiefly among those replaced Chile Will Admit Refugees Washington (WNS)—One hundred and e ghty German-Jewish Soviet Queries Polish Jewish Refugees Sutus London (WNS)—Jews Council President To Speak Here Sunday Mrs. Maurice IGoldman, president of ih.National Council of refugees now enroute from RotSoviet-occupied Poland, especially Jewish Women will arrive in Mi"so. Chile, via CadizSpain. ;,, (Alicia, including Polish .lews ami for a two day visit November will be admitted to the South who manage <| t( escape from 5th and 6th, and will be enterAmerican Republic "if we believe Nazi H t up jed Poland into that taincd by the Miami Section. Mrs. they will make good citzien." an sc-i-tit.n occupied by the Soviet Goldman will be honored by a proattache of the Chilean Embassy army, are being subjected to close gram and reception. Sunday evesaid. The case of each refugee examination by communists in an ning at Temple Israel, as well as Seeking entrance to Chile will be I t ffort t0 determine the extent or a dinner preceded by a cocktail Judged individually. Included in tlu ,. u k of tneir proletarian perthe ISO, who are aboard the suasion. Information reaching steamship Batavier III. are mernere disclosed that this mass chants, craftsmen, farmers and their wives and children. because of her other activities. In accepting the prcssulency Mrs. Pool asked Hadassah members to do all in their power to | dencies. Lieutenant General Achille St race, relieved of the secretaryship of the Fascist Party. i and Dino Alfieri. Minister of "protect those democratic ideals which alone assured the modem reestablishment of the Jewish National Home at a time, when bigAlthough some observers saw in the shakeup evidences of a lessotry. race hatred and international ,. .. j ,u „.,:„„„! cning of German influence in dissension threatened the national '" existence of all small peoples." She I Rome, foreign diplomatic circles added that Jews "who have a long memory not only of persecution but of the triumph of right over wrong," had demonstrated their belief in the value of brotherhood, justice and good-will by building their national home in Palestine upon the very rights which were denied them by their persecutors." in the Italian capital generally attributed it to conditions within | the Fascist Party and govern! ment. Experts on Italian affairs in New York disagreed on the real meaning of Musssolini's Cabinet precc party to be tendered by the officers of the Miami Section on Monday. The complete program as well as a resume of council activities will be found in this week's issue. Democracy Congress Plans Near Completion Mrs. Pool paid tribute to Mrs. shakeup. some holding that it is Epstein, retiring president, who, an anti-German move. while she saidhad helped to increase | otners were unwilling to believe the ranks and scope of Hadassah | that the Axjs ha<1 becn broken. work Robert Gale Woolbart. assistant The four vice presidents, Mrs. Qf ^.^ AfWn Jullict N. Benjamin and -Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn of this city, and research aosoc.ate on the Mrs. Joseph M. Ehrlich if Detroit, j Council of Foreign Relations held and Mrs. Adolph Sieroty of Los tnat Mussolini was moving Angeles, were re-elected. For the a(?a ; ns t the Germans because of first time, a fifth vice president was chosen under a new amendment to the constitution providing for an additional officer to aid the president. Mrs Sundel Doniger of New York was chosen as the fifth vice president. Mrs. Herman Shulman was re-elected secretary and Mrs. Alexander Lamport, treasurer. The organization adopted a goal of $1,150,000 to be raised by September of next year, the largest sum the organization ever attempted to obtain in any one year for its work in Palestine. The quota was divided into $175,000 for Palestine land reclamation; $500000 for child refugee work; $75,000 for dhild welfare and $400,000 for hospitalization and health. The two thousand delegates from forty-six states heard Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia deplore tht "tragic situation" which forced the "first crop of youth since the World War" to be sacrificed "for real good purpose." It all could have been avoided, he said, "had not the world been subjected to having countries under the domination of men who have no human instincts and' who "are willing to sacrifice their own peotht Soviet-Nazi pact. The Italians. learned of the pact for the first time when Foreign Minister Count Ciano returned from Barchtesgaden after consulting w Hitler. Mrs. Goldman has been prominent in the educational field and in the fight for civil rights for i many years. She first began her Plans are nearing completes activities with the National Counfor the "Congress on Democracy" til of Jewish Women when she : to be held at the Florida Southern served as president of the Hous-' Gollegj at Lakeland starting held for three years. Following November 10 and lasting three she was President of the Texas days. State Conference; served for some! Outstanding National figures years on the Board of Directors i are expected to participate in the of the National Council of Jewish Congress which is expected to be Women; was Chairman of the the forerunner of similar events Committee on Service to Foreign in other states. Born and later became first vice-! During the program a "Chair president and chairman of the ex", of Democracy" will be dediated at ecutive committee. i Southern College. Document Reveals Nazi Atrocities New York (WNS)—An account of atrocities visited upon Jew and non-Jaw in German concentration scrutiny of a large group of people was being pushed in an effort to expunge those considered bourgeois or leaders of religious groups. Considered particularly undesirable by communist officials are Zionists, labor leaders, religious leaders and religious students. Those whose proletarian statue is undetermined are also being made suffer privation and want. Meanwhile Wilno was officially rerturned to Lithuania this week, thousands of Jews taking part in the greetings accorded Lithuanian military authorities. The territory returned to Lithuania by the Soviet government included several i small cities surrounding Wilno with a population of approximately 800,000—of whicn 200,000 are Jews. Hundreds of thousands of refugees who had managed to reach Wilno from Polish areas under Nazi control receiver food and clothing soon after Lithuanian authorities entered the city. Approximately 100000 of the refugees are Jews. Jewish religious schools throughout Soviet-occupied Poland had been ordered ports of British Consuls in various German cities, many of the stories therein having been previously closed bySoviet authorities, most suggested in guarded language in of the students and religious leadcamps contained in a statement unofficial newspaper accounts, beera having fled to Wilno. All synthat accused th Nadis of "inventing tortures almost beyond imagination was made public by the British Government in a document called a White Paper. In a j t h' London dispatch to the New York Times. Raymond Daniell reports on the White Paper which reveals party secretary. Starcase | the attitude of the Nazis toward the Jews, especially the antiJewish outrages that followed Rath, third secretary in the Gerwas credited with sponsoring some of Fascismos direct movements, including anti-Jewish laws. Deputy Altssandro Pavolini, who succeeds Alfieri as Minister of Popular Culture, is from a distinguished family. His brother. Cirrado. married into a Jewish family. pte for their own selfish purposes." Mrs. Epstein reported an increase of 15,000 new members in senior Hadassah. bringing the total membership to 70,000. Mrs. Alexander Lamport reported that $1,510,212 had been raised by 355 chapters during the past year. Miss Nell Ziff, presidtnt of Junior Hadassah, said that $120,173 had been raised last year for Palestine activities. man Embassy in Paris, by Her\ 10,000 prisoners were held. The tween Match l'J38 and February agogues offered special prayers 1989. which confirm the worst reports of treatment of Jewish prisoners in concntration camps mainly at Buchenwald. "Vivid accounts of the tortures practiced at Buchenwald were given in memoianda included in reports by F. M. Shephard, consul at Dresden, on the basis of statements made to him by former prisoners at that camp, where scfiel Grynszpan, 17-year-old Polish Jew. In a foreword to the callection |of horror stories the Britinh Government, explaining why the testimony had been surpressed until now, declares thot "so long as there was the slightest prospect of reaching any settlement with the German Government" it would have been wTong to do anything "which might have the effect of inspiring hatred between Germany and Britain." The government also said that it was forced now to disclose the facts that the public might know that under the present German regime "the treatment accorded is reminiscent of the darkest ages in the history of man." The document contains the remen were beaten with barbedwire birches and. Mr. Shepherd said, there were but two classes— dead or alive—for no consideratios was shown for the old or the sick." The White Paper said that "flogging and torture were the order of the day" when the Nazis first came into power. "It was common knowledge that the National Socialist movment was taking a terrible revenge on those who had the temerity to oppose it. Foreigners were not spared. British subjects, including a member of the Embassy staff, were wantonly assailed in the streets by storm troopers." The document also assertd that Chancellor Hitler personally had (Continued on Page 8) on the Sabboth to commemorate the return of Wilno to Lithuania. Kaunas (WNS)—The recently concluded German-Lithuanian agreement over the status of former residents of Memelland, territory taken by Germany' last spring, has been denounced by Chis Govrenment, it was disclosed hero. Under the agreement, all persons who were residents of Memel before 1928 were to be regarded as German citizens. Denunciation of the past has saved thousands of Jews from tne danger of losing their Lithuanian citizenship. Wilno (WNS)—A proclamation in the Yiddish language was issued by the Government guaranteeing tDlerance and incorporation of tjhe city in a spirit of cooperation with minorities, who will also be granted cultural autonomy upon the release of a further proclamation expected to be issued soon by President Antonas Smetona. Following the cession of the Wilno district by Soviet Russia. Lithuanian troops occupied the city which will have a Jewish vice-mayor. ;J %  •



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PAOX TWO FRIDAY, NOV. 3RD, 1939 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES KAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor RETURN TO MIAMI Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman returned to Miami Tuesday by boat after a three week's visit in the north• • • HADASSAH SABBATH TO BE OBSERVED Hadassah Sabbath will be observed in the Synagogues and Temple Friday evening and Saturday morning, November 3rd and 4th. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, president of the Miami Chapter < dassah. will be the guest speaker at Temple Israel; at Beth David, Mrs. Benj. Meyers will speak; Friday evening; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob and Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will speak at their respective pulpits Saturday November 4th. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend any of these services. • • GROUP OPENS SEASON The Spinoza Group met (last Saturday afternoon, on the lawn, at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Mr. Joseph L. Tepper of Washington and Miami Beach spoke briefly about England's war aims, followed by an open debate. Dr. Nima Adlerblum was also a speaker. Next Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m. the group will meet again and Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give the first in the course of 18 lectures to be given on the Philosophy of Spinoza. All are welcome. There is no charge. • • INSTALLATION TO BE HELD The annual installation dinner and dance of the Jewish Welfare Bureau and its Auxiliary will take place Sunday. November 19th at 6:30 p. m. at the Victor Hotel. Miami Beach. In charge of ar rangments are Mrs. Meyer Schwartz! general chairman; Mrs. Morris L. Cowen, Mrs. Melvin E. Davis, and Mrs. Herbert A. Simon, program; Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthai, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Harry Kaufman, Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mrs. Jack Diener, Mrs. Edward Friedman. Mrs. A. Rubin, Mrs. M. Cowen, telephone and reservations; Mrs. Jennie Rotfort and Mrs. H. Oliphant, door; and Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, decorations. Reservations must be made by November 14th with the telephone and reservation committee. PIONEER WOMENMEET The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami held their regular meeting Wednesday evening when the calendar of events for the coming year was planned. Scheduled for the month of December is a Chanuakah Party, details of which will be announced in next week's issue. Mrs. H. Friedman was elected treasurer for the coming term. Meetings of the organization will be held the first and third Wednesday of the month at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miomi Beach; and the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at the Beth David Talmud Torah building, Miami. All women are cordially invited to attend these meetings. EXHIBITION TO BE SHOWN The winter art season at Miami Beach officially opens Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. at the Miami Beach Public Library and Art Centre, 2100 Collins Ave.. for the reception honoring Mrs. Bernice Newman, (oral Gables artist, who will exhibit her paintings. The City of Miami Beach and the Miami Beach Women's Club sponsors of the Library and Art CenI'LL TUNE OUT THE ALKASELTZER ANNOUNCEMENT 1 CW-THAT5 THE MOST, IMPORTANT THING YOU'LL HEAR TONIGHT^ tre extend a cordial invitation to the public to attend this art exhibit which will be on view in the Galleries through November 22nd. The Gallery hours are 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Friday and daily from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. SISTERHOOD TO MEET The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold their regular meeting Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. in the Talmud Torah Building of the Beth Jacob Congregation. Further plans for the Mah Jong and Card Party will be presented and discussion of the year's projects will be held. A cultural and musical program will be presented after the meeting. Mrs. B. H. London will preside. The public, members and friends are invited to attend. ANNUAL DANCE TO BE HELD The Civic Centre has been chosen as the site for the Eighth Annual Dance sponsored by the Young Men's Hebrew Association, with Mr. E. Albert Pallot chairRETURN TO CITY Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz returned to the city after an extended visit to the north. • • SISTERHOOD TO HOLD CARD PARTY A mah jong party will be sponsored by the Beth Jacob Slaterhood Wednesday afternoon, November loth at 1:30 p. m. at the Evans Hotel, with the proceeds going towards the two major projects of the Sisterhood, a charity ward at the St. Francis Hospital, and the support of the Beth Jacob Religious School. Refreshments will be served and prizes will be awardedThe committee in charge, of arrangements are Mesdamee N. Sloan, H. Auslander. .1 Wucher. H. Shapiro. II. KoretskyD. Becker. M. S. Rubin. M. Mamches. M. Kreiger. A. J. Tobin. S. Cohen and the president. MrsB. II. I^ondon. All members and friends are urged to attend. • • • BABY IS BORN Mr and Mrs. C. Kaler of 421 N. K. 09th St., announce the birth MRS. BERTA uINkLKR MASSEUSE European Method 1133 S. W. 14th Avenue of a baby boy at the Victoria Hospital. Sunday. October 29th. Both mother and baby are doing fine. The bris will take place Suaday at the hospital with Rev. Josef Malek officiating. All friends are invited to attend. Kosher Killed Chickens Can Be Obtained when Shoched is on Duty SPRINGER POULTRY I & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street Rev.ILM.Kagan is on premises all day Thursday, and Friday morning and during the week by appointment. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. I nro. 37th St ami formal Ave CZICAftO, ILL. Fteklai, Ciafcaal aeat Senate* DEMAM IT FBOM YOUR DBUCATMdKN New %  # E. ALBERT PALLOT Se\ et *£,. \>e\* e jZ La ^ M ILLIONS suffer leaf from Headache, Acid Indirection, Distress of Colds "Morning After" and Muscular Fatigue because they have heard—end bettered—Alka-Seltzer radio announcements. To these millions, the relief obtained by the use of Alka-Settaer is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from the broadcasts. The most important parts of our radio program, both to you and to us. are the commercial announcements. Once you have tried Alka-Seltzer we believe you will agree with us. But try Alka-Seltzer because it is an unusually effective medicine not because you enjoy the radio programs. WHY ALKA-SELTZER IS SO EFFECTIVE The pain-relieving analgesic in Alka-Seltzer is in complete solution, ready to ease the distress as soon as you swallow it. The painrelieving action is made more effective by alkaline buffers. The a lk a liz i ng elements in Alka-Seltzer reduce excess stomach %  v\ .'?., acidity. Get Alka-Seltzer the next time you pass a drug store. Large package •* Saaall package M* Try a (lass of Alka-Seltzer at your Drug Store Soda Fountain. \lka-Seltzer man of arrangement^Tickets may be obtained from any member or by calling Mr. Nat Blumberg, ticket chairman. Present plans indicate that this affair will be a huge success. Details will be announced in next week's issue of The Jewish Floridian. VISITS IN MIAMI Mr. Martin Cochem of New York City is visiting friends in Miami for the winter. VISITS HERE Mrs. S. M. Bass of New York City arrived recently to spend the winter in Miami Beach. fry FAIRMONT'S Sweet Butter Rich In Flavor Sold Only In Packages K ''ever In Bulk From the Tuo\ J^f^y^BUTTEP, We wifh to thank our many friends for the kindness shown us following the recent death of Fred Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Leavitt Watch this 1 space >r



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FRIDAY, NOV. 3BD, 1939 PAGB THRM Jff inJemsf] Floridiian PUBLISHED EVBRY FRIDAY P. 0. Bx 2973 PLAJTT AXD omois U 9, W. fteooad Avenue [ I. LOUIS SHOCHJ5T. K4itor I TMMD K. SHOCHKT, OiraUatW* MM(ff BNA1 B'RITH mitt NOTES Sidney L. Segall Entt4 m Mi—i. iKHia, JIy 4, UK, at th* Post IWMII Marc* 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year Six Meths FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1939 VOLUME 12—NUMBER 43. The Nazi Formula Information from Nazi-occupied Poland concerning the plight of the Jews in these times is haphazard and one can only speculate on the truth in the light of the stories brought to neutral countries by refugees who managed to flee from war zones following Nazi aggression. Only partial estimate of the persecution and violence inflicted upon a defenseless minority is available from these reports but even on the basis of this inadequate, information the full weight olj the horror and brutality visited upon the Jews in Poland already makes itself felt. The Nazi propaganda machine has already been put into action in Poland. It is a device whose deadly and vicious accuracy has been made so perfect by Propaganda Minister Goebbcls that the Nazis have seized upon it again to strengthen their own purposes. The Poles have been decimated and their country reduced to ashes.'For the vanquished there remains only a blind rage and a bitter desire for some form of retaliation. This the Nazi' fully realizes. I 1 The Nazi propaganda machine forestalls this desire by bringing up its battery of] lies and, with horrifying frequency instills a cruel logic up


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PAGE FOUR THB JEWISH FLOMD1A* FRIDAY. NOV. 3RD, 1939 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. Tfciril Street ABRAHAM A. KBLLNRR. Rabfci RABBI'S. RESIBRNCE: 919 S. W. lSih Ceurt; Phene 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily servicts: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Friday evening sen-ices, 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. CONGREGATIONAL ELECTIONS The annual elections for officers and members of the Board of Directors will be held on Tuesday evening November 7th in the Synagogue. In this important year, when our Congregation is embarking upon a wide program of expansion it is essential that our membership take a moso acour membership take a most acSynagogue and demonstrate their interest by their attendance at this meeting. The meeting will start promptly at 8:30 p. m. and in addition to the report of the Nominating Committee there will also be rendered a financial report. SUNDAY SCHOOL The ever increasing registration in our Sunday School has passed the 160 mark and we are hopeful that before registration closes it will be well over 200. Even now, the facilities of the YM. H. A. are taxed to capacity and we are grateful to the officers and directors of the above organization for their cooperation and helpfulness. The division of the School into the Senior and Junior assemblies is working out exceedingly well and splendid assembly programs have been presented each Sunday. In addition to the religious program presented in each assembly by Rabbi Kellner. a class presentation will be part of each meeting. Mrs. Chertkoff, the Superintendent, presides over the assemblies and is in charge of all contests and presentations which feature these assemblies. RBFUO SHELMO We extend best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery to Brother Sam Gcltner who irecovering from a severe illness in Jackson Memorial Hospital. MAZBL TOY We arc happy to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Elias Solgta who were married in Rabbi Kellner'i study last Saturday night. HABANOTH NOTES The Buds Membership in this group il still open and all girls ages of 9 until 12 are ee> invited to attend the next ing. at the Synagogue Tueada] afternoon at 4 p. m. The Girls of the Blue and White We regret to announce the retirement of Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum as sponsor of this group and take this means of thanking her for her kindness and cooperaitonWe greet Mrs. Louis Katz, the incoming sponsor. The group will meet this Monday aftenroon at 4 p. m. at the Y. M. H. A. where important problemh will be discussed. Girls between the ages of 12 and 14 years are cordiially invited to join. The Debs The membership of the Debs has grown and the membership campaign will be over in 3 weeks. Young ladies between the ages of 14 and 17 years are welcome to attend the meetings of this Senior group of the Miami Chapter of Habanoth. The meeting is held every Wednesday afternoon at 4 p. mat the Rabbi's home. THANK YOU The membrship of the Ladies Auxiliary takes this opportunity to thank Mrs. William Clein. president, for her gracious hospitality at the successful card game given by her in her home Sunday evening October 22. ReSOCIETY FEDERATION BOARD TO MEET A meeting of the Board of Uirectors of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds will be held Sunday. November 12 at 8:15 p. m. at the McAllister Hotel, MiamiThe primary pur,.f this meeting is to present for ratification ami approval or modification, the proposed Budget fir 1940 a* submitted by the Budget Committee. All board members are urged to be present ao this meeting as very important business will be transacted. • • A. /.. A. RECEIVES ill VRTER ITw >;.'. Palm Chapter of A. .". A Miami Beach was awarded Mil charter io was %  -.. I at their regular meeting Sunday evening. The initiation into the chapter of thefollowing: Norman Arkin. Milton Weinkle. Leroy Levy. Charlec KeMkie, Marvin Goldman. Melvin Richardson and Munroe Gellert took place. The gala swim dance sponsored by the organization will be held Sunday evening, November 5th at the Sea Glades Cabana Club. Ocean Drive at 21st St.. Miami Beach at 7:30 p. m. Robert Kanter. general chairman, is being assisted by Charles Keoskie and Eddie Chentoff. Swimming, music by an orchestra for dancing, a floor show and a door prize will be the features of the evening. Lockers and towels will be furnished to all those attending. Admission charge will be fifty-five cents per person. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. J Matthew S. Bandler and Leo Robinson, co-chairmen of the Fourth Annual "Cavalcade of Stars." sponsored by The, Young Men's Hebrew Association. freshments were served and the proceeds were devoted for the benefit of this Talmud Torah. HEBREW SCHOOU Registration for the Hebrew School has far exceeded expectations and is in fact the largeso in in the history of the Congregations and is in fact the largest except Friday in the Synagogue vestry rooms beginning at 3:30 p. m. Registration is still open for the children of the neighborhood and parents are urged to remember their responsibility towards their children and enroll them in the Talmud Torah. ?*: H & ARE there days when it seems '* that the radio, the ringing of the door or telephone bell, the clatter of dishes, or even the laughter and voices of children nearly drive you frantic—days when you are restless, and cranky? Do you lie awake nights? When these hectic days and wakeful nights interfere with your work and take the pleasure out of life for you, try DR. MILES NERVINE Dr. Miles Nervine is a combination of effective nerve sedatives. Originated nearly sixty years ago. it is as up to date as todays newspaper. 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FRIDAY, NOV. 3RD, 1939 rLoiroiAM PAGE FITS THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) SENIOR DIVISION—MEN' Tbr first in a series of cultural meetings of the Fall Season will' be h<"! at the Y. M. II. A. nexl Monday evening. November 6th at 8:30 o'clock. At that time the Reverend Dr, Daniel Iverson. pastor of the Shenandoah Presbyterian Church Will deliver a lecture on "The Truth About Germany." Dr. Iverson is well known to the residents of Miami. He was born in Savr.nah, Georgia and attended the University of Georgia, Columbia Theological Seminary, and Moody Bible Institute. He has served as a minister in North and South Carolina. I>r. Iverson has recently returned from an extensive tour in Germany where he has had ample opportunity to observe conditions as they actually exist in Nazi land. His talk will be interesting ami inspiring. I earnestly request that you come early so you will be assured of a seat as a large crowd is expected to attend. Refreshments will be served. De. Beck-man, chairman of the "Y" Cultural Committee will preside. 8TH ANNUAL DANCE Al Pallot. chairman of the 8th Annual Dance and his associates, are busy preparing details for our 8th Annual Dance which will be held at the Cinderella Ball Room on Sunday. December 17th. No stone will be left unturned and no effort will be spared to make this affair the oustanding event of the year in Miami. Various sub-committees are now at work. Watch these co'umns weekly for further details. LADIES DIVISION and a good time was had by all." That is an old saying but it L" very effective, especially when applied to the Package Party and Dance, given under the auspices of this division last Sunday night. This event was a suct^mmmmmmmt.. Mrs. 1-eon Lieberman, chairman of the Hox Supper and Dance held last Sunday evening. cass, socially and financially. With Jules Wilson and Dave Ix-melman acting as Masters of Ceremony, there was something to do every minute. The feature of the evening was a Jitter-bug Con. test which was won by Miss Ethel Pont and Mr. Phil Weintraub. The door prize, consisting of a week's lodging at the Nassau Hotel on Miami Beach, was won by Mr. William Merlin. Our thanks and congratulations to the committee consisting of Mrs. Leon Lieberman. chairman; Miss Irene Cohen, and Mrs. Ann Berger. Next Wednesday evening. November 8th the Y. W. will hold its regular monthly membership meeting. At that time they will have u theii guest speaker, Miss Barbara Page, famous beauty expert who will give a talk on cosmetics to be followed by a practical demonstration. Mrs. Al Dubtor is chairman of this meeting. Everyone is invited. SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION Our executive director has reorganized this group by making separate divisions of the boys and girls. Election of officers of each respective group will be held this Saturday night. All boys and girls between the ages of 13 and 16 are urged to join these groups. V. M. H. A. STOCK COMPANY Mr. Samuel Hollander, our dramaoic coach, reports that all is in readiness for the three act comedy skit entitled. "Go Ahead" which will be given at the "Y" on Sunday. November 12th. Admission will be 25 cents for adults and 16 cents for children. Final details will be given in these columns next week. BIBLE STUDY CLASS Our executive director .announces that a class in the study of the Bible is now being formed. All those interested please send their name and address to Mr. Maurice Grossman. Classes will commence within the next two weeks. Watch these columns for details. DUES! DUESDUES! Herman Waitsman has recently been appointed chairman of the Membersh>p-Dues Committee. Statements have been sent out to every member and it is urged that payment be made so that we may carry on our business successfully. If you haven't sent in your check, please do so immediately. The committee will call on you shortly. CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR NOVEMBER November 6—Lecture by Revrend Daniel Iverson on "The Truth About Germany." November 7—Reception to parents by Girl Scout Troop. November —Lecture and practical demonstration of cosmetics by Miss Barbara Pagi, November 8—Board of Directors meeting, Senior Division YJ M. H. A. Stock Co. November 12—Three act play, comedy—."Go Ahead". Y. M. H. A. Stock Co. Noveml i r 13Open me Junior Division. Guest speaker Mr. Joe Berman. November 15.—Smoker. Men's 4 Division. November 22—Y. VV. H. A. Bridge Party. November 22— Y. M. H. A. Board of Directors Meeting. November 27—Lecture by Mrs. Etta Lavine, "Aims and Principles of the National Council of Jewish Women." November 29 — Thanksgiving celebration. Guest speaker. Entertainment. Y. M. II. A. DUCKPIN LEAGUE Won Lost Royals 11 7 Reliables 19 8 Warrior8 10 Jiujx rbugs 8 10 INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS Name Gms. Pins Avg. S Seitlin 6 601 100.1 Al. Berkowitz 18 1777 98.13 H. Levinson... 18 1719 95.9 M. Milstein... .'12 1139 94.11 M. Wroobel 15 1416 94.6 L. Seitlin 8 756 94.4 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Waahiifftoa Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi (25 Michican Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Canl.r ;n Mtchtrui Avenue 'Pben* 5-1013 SYNAGOGUE SERVICES A. Winer 11 1036 94.2 L. Querido 18 1676 98.2 A. Silver '16 1489 03.1 Abe Berkowitz 18 1673 92.17 L. Lipowsky 16 1483 92.11 11. Schwartz 17 1574 92.10 J. Berman 10 913 91.3 M. Mackauf .... 17 1646 90.13 N. Blumberg 14 1260 90 A. Reisman .. 15 1342 89.7 M. Lubel 18 1593 88.9 P. Silverman.. 11 971 88.3 R. Grossman 12 1050 87.6 M. Friedman. 11 961 87.4 D. Rosenthal 16 1381 86.5 S. Beckman.... 16 1344 84 "1 ROYALS LEAD DUI :KPIN LEAGUE After leading the league five weeks straight the "Y" Reliables met their Waterloo and lost three straight to the Jitterbugs led by their captain Abe Berkowitz. In the mean-time the Royals won the three games from the warriors to gain first place by a one game margin. Herman Waitsman has really gone to town in his dues collecting campaign. Let's all cooperate and pay up. -frenchy's— BEAUTY SALON 201 Shoreland Arcade 2nd Floor Facing Elevatror. FALL SPECIAL £ 4-^ CROQUIONOLE P >># ...Wave... ** Expert Hair Tinting nd Bleaching. Personality Hair Cute By "Freochy" formerly with Dallas Park Hotel. PHONE 2-6666 + —+ FINE SADDLE HORSES Special Biding Instruction Moonlight Rldea from 7 A. M. to S:30 P. M. North Miami Riding Academy \ E. 8th Ave. Phone 7-302! + Shacluiss: daily at 7:00 and at 8:00 a. m. Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Mincha: Daily at 6:16 p. m. Maariv: Daily at 6:00 p. m. Rabbi Messcheloff will speak this Saturday morning on "Hadassah Sabbath-" Hadassah members are especially invited to attend. Cantor Mamches will chant the services. "The Portion of the Week" will be the Rabbis subject at Shalosh S'oodoss. MINNIONAIRES The first meeting and service of the Minnionaires will be held Sunday morning at 9:00 a. m. All young men thirteen and over are invited to attend this Bar Mitzva minion which is followed by a communal breakfast served by the Sisterhood. SISTERHOOD MEETING Our Sisterhood will hold its regular, monthly meeting Tuesday night at 8:00 p. m. A number of important projects will be dis cussed. A cultural and musical program have been arranged for the rest of the evening. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. Tickets for the Sisterhood Mah Jong and Card Party are now on sale. The affair will be held at the Evans Hotel, Wednesday afternoon, November 15. at 1:30 p. m. Refreshments will be served. Prizes will be given. The proceeds will go toward the Hospital Fund project, and the Religious School project. Tickets may be had at the synagogue or from any members of the Sisterhood. HABANOTH The Habanoth will meet Monday evening at 7:00 p. m. at the Talmud Torah Building. A Jewish March of Time" will be presented by Edna Malter, Lillian Marcus. Anne Bisk, and Muriel Rosen. Parts will be distributed to the actors who will present, "The Old Order," a one-act comedy, at the first Habanoth Affair of the season which will be held at the synaI gogue Sunday evening, December 17. Plans for the initiation of the very many new members will be discussed. All girls between tin' ages of 12 and 16 interested in joining the Habanoth are invited to this meeting. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL We again appeal to all parents to send their children if they are between the ages of five and seventeen to our Religious School. Our classes range from kindergarten through two years of High School. Classes are in full swing; a record registration marks this year's school. An excellent staff, the finest of equipment, the most modern of methods distinguish our school. Give us your children: we'll give you back better Jewish boys and girls. WEEKS MEETINGS Pioneer Women will meet Wednesday night at 8 p. m. Boy Scouts meet Tuesday night at 7. A. Z. A. meets Sunday night at 7:30. HOTEL ABRAMS j 1' 302 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach And Extends A Cordial Invitation To All To Spend The Season With Them Conveniently Located I Special Diets Taken Care Of IS NOW OPEN Dietary Laws Strictly Observed j Phone 5-6165 & Do You Own Yeur Home? There never was a better time than now to build one The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes K Possible Give me a call and I will gladly help you to net the beat ooa.Ible Information as to Its plan. H. SIMONS Car* Ackerman Int. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 •CHAMPION" IS NAME OF FEC STREAMLINER "Champion" will be) the name of the Diesel-powered streamlined train to be operated between New York and Miami beginning about Decmber 1. it was announced by J. D. Rahner. general manager of the Florida East Coast Railway in a special dispatch from New York. Atlantic Coast Line and F. E. C. recently sponsored a contest to select a name for the new streamliner in the Jewish Floridian and other newspapers. The contest attracted more than 100,000 entries. IN ORLANDO ITS THE EL CHICO CAFE (On the Arenoe) Special Menu for Late Parties OPEN ALL NIGHT Chico-Chich Served at the CURB ONLY 496 N. Orange Ave. (At Amelia) j ORLANDO THE ,E [OLE l.oo ANO JACKSONVILLE'S LEADING HOTEL &fr+ at H\1B meaera. %  > •reel baa* • SUMMER jx^rs^ COMFORT ,.--* M. — 1 •hewcr. eat • %  %  raal*. ana T.n.'.ian bUnd*. Bn*r ••* rtlh laaanpriaa sunMM • %  aaaaaaa lamp. IiatBtnlcwo1r*aiT*B|Sr. rWUlAi-HICW COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP ... j >.. Me Hal.li I Ptw-CaH4aaB — Hwl PS.t Sarawak



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PAGE SIX JIWID FLOMMUT National Council Jewish Women Offers Varied Program SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Country Fair Miami Section of National Council of Jcwihh Women will be represented by a home-made cake booth in the Civic Centre Ballroom on Wodnehday evening, November 15th at a Country Fair Ibeing sponsored by the Miami Business and Professional Women's Clubs. Wear your most attractive costume and dance to real "peppy" music. Prizes will be awarded to original cohtumed guesth. Women's clube of Greater Miami will be represented. Admission 50 cents. For Kendall Home Tubercular Ward. RED CROSS ROLL CALL We consider the work of the Red Cross a most humane and important project in alienating the sufferingh of the needy. We shall lend our support to them and we urge every member of Council to do their share, and co-operate fully. Roll Call begins November 11th. November fith at 2:30 p. m. at Fassa's Restaurant in the Mayflower Hotel, loth street and Alton Road, our Annual Membership Tea takes place. We. promise you a delightful program. The National President of the Council will speak and her address is worth your coming. The strain and stress and uncertainty of world affairs have made Council wlork difficult and indeed extensive. We feel that no Jewish wiman consciously wishes to flinch from her duties to her fellowman. By joining with us in this tremendous and noble work in assisting thousands of unfortunates who deserve and require your help, you are taking another step in the path of the righteous. There will be no charge of admission but we urge you to join. Membership fee is S3.00 per year and our hard taxed treasury will welcome your dues. Mrs. Maurice Jacobs Beach Chairman Mrs. George Gerson Miami (Town) Chairman FORUM Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman of reception and program honoring Mrs. Goldman; and chairman of the Service to Foreign Born Committee. Fashion Show Wednesday afternoon, December 27th is a date to remember. Fashion Show to be staged by Madam I>e Sylva at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. An exquisite array of formal and informal clothes, play clothes and beach wear will be presented. The Hollywood Beach'.Hotel will furnish the entertainment. Admission $1.00. Special arrangementh have been made so that our guests may dine in the beautiful dining room at an extra charge of $1.50. Transportation will be provided for those who require it. Mrs. Ralph Ncufeldt, general chairman. SCHOLARSHIP Miami Section of National Counril of Jewish Women have awarded throe scholarshpis tt> three worthy and scholarly students who are unable to provide their own tuition, to the Univerhity of Miami. We are very proud of our ability to help these young people, for we know how determined they are to acquire higher learning. We feel certain that they, upon their graduation from the University of Miami will be an asset to our community and to society. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz Scholarship Chairman Friday afternoon. 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Joseph Williamson, 2825 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, marks the first of a series of programs under the direction of Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. Fifteen minutes of the program will be devoted to what Mrs. Wienstein calls her Personality Garden The keynote of her garden is Charm. Mrs. Harold Turk will give an interpretation of Sir James Barrie's Broadway smash hit "What Every Woman Knows", Mrs. Evelyn Raff, accompanied by Mrs. Virginia Solomon will render vocal selections. Mrs. Huff will eing Manna Zucca's newest song Brotherly Love, which has been acclaimed by clitics a classic. Mrs. Wcin.-tein will review "Not Peace but a Sword", by Vincent Shcean. Refreshments will be served. Admission 25 cents. Our future Forum programs will take plare every Friday afternoon throughout the winter months at a private home on the The National Council of Jewish Juniors is happy to welcome Mrs. Goldman to Miami, and sincerely hopes that her brief sojourn with them will be an enpoyable one. Miss Charlotte E. Singer, President of the National Council of Jewish Juniors onnounces th4 date of the organizatiins' Formal Fall Opening to be November 12. Sunday at 3:00 p. m. A large program has been planned and will be presented at the William Penn Hotel. Everyone is. cordially invited to come and hpend a very pleasant afternoon. SERVICE TO FOREIGN BORN Miami Section, being the only agency in Miami doing Service to Foreign Born Work, for all nationalities, has been most active. The Four Point Program of Port and Dock. International case work, naturalization and Amricanization. and social adjustment has been carried out very closely by both our trained workers and the unusual large staff of vollunteer help from our membership. Our executive sevrtary meeth all boats, planes, buses and trains at all hours whenever necessary. This means not only meeting them when they arrive, but helpMrs.' Maurice L. Goldman, president of the National Council of Jewish Women. beach and the place will appear in these columns. Our future programs will embrace discussion on contemporary national and interational affairs, and their possible repercussions. speech instructions and book reviews. Whenever possible a guest speaker of note will address the gronp. Fifteen minutes of every program will be devoted to "personality garden." Mrs. Benjamin LeVine. president of the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women. ing them entrain: for whatever destination they go toBy giving have helped to gvie only a few j of these people a little more hope and courage to pick up the threads of their lives again, no amount of work is too much. For those already resettled by the Resettlement Committee of our local family welfare agency. our social emigre committee visits all these newcomer.who have resettled. Giyqs thenr advice and] help in adjusting their lives more quickly to the American way. The English classes which were established about a year ago, and in which the local B'nai B'rith lodge help us in financing, are conducted by trained teachers. We have classes.four evenings a weekf two in town at the Beth David Synagogue, and two at the Beth Jacob Synagogue on the Beach. We are most grateful to both these synagogues in assisting us by allowing us to use their class rooms to hold these classes in. Besides these advanced English classes, on December 1st we intend starting a beginners class, for which the W. P. A. is providing us with a teacher to conduct this class. A discussion group for newcomers who have advanced beyond the English classes, is conducted every other Monday evening by Mrs. (has. 11. Adler. The discussion as beRun this Fall is early American history, and will lead up to the present time. Our Naturalization department is quite a flourishing one. Naturalisation day.are Tuesday, Wednes lay and Thursday of every week. Our workers, who are well versed on assisting those people I out their papers in order to become naturalized citizens, are kept actively engaged these three days of every week. We are proud of the fact that in the November li3'J citizenship class we FRIDAY. NOV. 3RD, 1939 will have many become American citizens whom we have assisted. To prepare these prospective citizens who had taken out second papers, we had a citizenship clas ; at Council office every Wednesday night conducted by one of our English teachers. Also a great many of our local attorneys gave a study course on the constitution. We feel gratfiied that when these people come up in the November session of court, they will be able to .-ay "Isn't it great to be an America^" Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of Service to Foreign Born and her committee are always on the job. ready to as>i<'. or answer questions to thos siring them, through our professional staff. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA CnMaiai!y lc*lJ In ihf it—S— bajbao, ihopalaj d <**> %  let attbka, EtH< laaut* Parlay, iarbr Shop i'J all a>Wt raaa •' tooialatary air caaattlaaad. MKI alaa half ol Ml Onto) (Uai-, ar* iaabvUaafly air candr U aati if ra-cjrcaiatfa* al air Iroat aaa jaart rooai ta aaatkar. Tail madam, hatailat-iajaava > I>ltm it in .ci jl.a batata al Tin RmnvalL DaVaa-yaw aaloaaMt •"*• *• Han! ReaiaaJi Garajt, which a) aliraotry cannacaaa] >lh or Lobby. Al OattM* bin. Na Caart a CWcataliaf lea Wata* T„. aari Sataar la trary tae £ UP BILL I CAN'T WORK-IT'S MY NERVES AGAIN GREETINGS TO MRS. MAURICE L. GOLDMAN OUR NATIONAL PRESIDENT Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, extends greetings to our National President, we hope to make your stay in our beautiful sunshiny city a pleasant one, and one that you will long remember. Your visit to us at this time we know will lend encouragement, guidance, and stimulation, that your personality dominateh. In these Idays when one's thoughts are for those less fortunate than we are, the message, which you will bring to us, I am certain will more than stimulate us to continue on in our work. May your guidance and encouragement help lead uh on to greater development of our organization, so that we may enjoy thu name which by our charter as a Council Section we carry. A DAY when you felt tense, jumpy, irritable? 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FRIDAY, NOV. 3RD, 1939 THE JEWISH FLOBJDIA* PAGE SEVEN TEMPLE ISRAEL FAIRMONT ANNOUNCES NEW POLICY 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phome 2-7741 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN SH Indian Creek Drlv*—-lMt M N. K. Slat St.—MM MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either *r both o. the Rabbis win be In the Tempt* every mernln. Tarn m>y oensvU with then oa nutters sosnemln* the Jwi % %  %  %  Mr. *r yeiir personal preMema. Ton will be assured sympathetic baarwic and advice, and, needle** u> say. each matter will be beid la strrat conndeno*. SABBATH BERVICBS Friday evening serivces, November 3rd will be held at 8:15 p. mwith Dr. Jaeob H. Kaplan delivering the sermon entitled The Problem of Suffering"'. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will conduct the aervii M, This Friday evening Hadaasah Sabbath will be observed in the Temple with Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyen, as guest speaker, whose ti pic will be "Hadusah'a Part in this Present Crisis." SUNDAY EVENING LECTURE Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, will speak on "Council Points to a Program for the Future," Sunday evening. November 5th at 8 p. m. SISTERHOOD NEWS "A woman of valor, who shall find; her price is far above rubies." ProverbsThe November gathering of the SraH^rhood will be held in the form of a "Friendship Tea" at the Barclay Hotel. 1940 Park Ave.. Miami Beach, with the following committee in charge, Mesdames H. I. lloma. Adolph Wcrtheimer. Maxwell Hyman, S. H. Lutsky. and H. H. Miller. This will take place November 27th. IN MEMORIAM "May the father of peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." The Yahrzeits of the following will be commemorated in our services this Friday evening: The Fairmont Creamery Butter Company has recently announced that Fairmont's Sweet Butter will be sold to the public only in individual. Cartons. This new policy is being placed in effect immediately, and is designed to protect the users of Fairmont's Butter in a number of ways. They are assured of full weight (the weight is marked plainly on each package), as well as purity, cleanliness and delicious flavor, and are protected against substitution. The new Fairmont Carton has been designed to bring the delicious Fairmont Butter to everyone's table in the best of condition. Each pound, of butter is manufactured in spic and span creameries in the finest dairying sections, from carefully selected cream, double pasteurized. The prints are wrapped by machine. in two wrappers of the finest parchment paper before being placed in the carton; thus, the butter reaches the table untouched by human hands, free from any outside odors, or outside flavors. The Certified Poultry and Egg Company are the distributors of Fairmont Products in the Greater Miami area. Rose Rachel Lyon, mother of Mrs. Julius Lyons. Minna Magid, mother of Mr. Harry Magid. Amelia Levine, mother of Mr-. Tobias Simon. RADIO HOUR This Sunday afternoon. November 5th at :i p. m. over station WIOD Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will conduct the Jewish Hour sponsored by the Rabbinical Ashociation of Greater Miami. ABOUT PEOPLE That famous psychologist Max Mann, who has evolved B way of insomnia by remote control—via the telephone or radio broadcasts —is none other than Max Manischewitz, one of the owners of th< matzoth factory. Mrs. Edward G. Robinson, wife of the screen star, is the leading spirit in the IVilish relief fund drive on tinCoast. Even Winchell can make mistakes. His report that Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau is ill was denied by Mongenthau himself, who wrote Winchell that lie felt fine until he heard his illness announced over tlie radii A mong Hollywood's gifts to Broadway this season wil be Joseph Schildkrauti who wil! play John Wilkes Booth in a new Lincoln drama. Maurice Schwartz is moving his Yiddish Art Theatre back to Second Avenue. ... It seems that those stories about the Jews moving up from the East Side are exaggerated. Former Magistrate Louis Brodsky, who some years ago hail the honor of drawing Hitler's official wrath. has returned to his private law practice. ... He will now be able to talk about Hitler to his heart's content. ... Is it true that Jacob Fishman. ace columnist of the Jewish Morning Journal, is contemplating matrimony? REV. J. MALEK Experienced MO HEL PHONE 2-0828 3*0 N. W16Ui Ave. PlJjGUST BROS R^ Lr^ IS the BEST.' WOLPERT'S B A 9 '., MNS A FLAC.t.ER ST Council Program Honoring National President PROGRAM SUNDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER r >19.19 Mrs. Monte SeligChairman Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan • • Invocation Address Mr. Stanley C. Myers. President Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds Vocal Selection Mrs. H. U. Feibelman at the organ Mrs. Hannah Asher "Rest Thee My Spirit". Richard Straus? MEMBERSHIP TEA MONDAYNOVEMBER uTH. 1939. 1:45 P. MMAYFLOWER HOTEL. MIAMI BEACH 11:00 a. m. Board Meeting-. 12:00 noon. Board Luncheon in honor of Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman Address Address Vocal Selection. Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey. President Dade Federation Women's Clubs Mrs. Dale JamesPresident Young Women's Christian Association at the organ Mrs. Hannah Asher "Blind Ploughman." R. C. Clarke Mrs. H. U. Feibelman Mrs. Benjamin LeVine. President Miami Section National Council Jewish Women Greetings from Section Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman, National President National Counc.l Jewish Women Addras "Council Points a Program for the Future" .,,„,_. Mrs. H. U. Feibelman Vocal Selection ... • • i at the organ Mrs. Hannah Asher "Mountain." Oscar Rasbach Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman Benediction %  %  "Star Spangled Banner" Kaplan Hall Reception '' 1:45 p. m. Membership Tea. Mrs. Harry Barnhard Chairman Mrs. Lewis Brown P rayer Miss Charlotte Singer. President—Greetings, Council of Jewish Juniors Skit—"Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs" Narrator Marian Zuckerman Snow-Whit* Elsie Rawlson Prince Charming R. Weinstein Dopey Sophie Besvinick Bashful Ora Myers Grumpy Belle Tannen Doc Tema Jam is Sneezy Clair Elfenbein Sleepy Rose Bucho£f Happy ...Rose Goodmark Mrs. Monte Selig—introducing Mrs. Murice L, Goldman. National President Piano Selection M rs. Maurice Salomon Welcome to New Members—Mrs. Maurice Jacobs. Mrs. George Gerson Mrs. Benjamin LeVine Miami Section Greetings Reception t Ji



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I PAGE EIGHT mrw FLOUDIAJT FRIDAY, NOV. 3RD, 1939 x CONGREGATION BETH DAVID | (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—7 Soutiiwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 • • •••••••••• •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. m. and Friday evening 8:15. Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 a. ii!. Late Friday evening services. Friday evening 8:50. Junior services, Saturday 10:30 a. ii!. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p. in. Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a. Bi. Bar-Mrtzvah Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD GALA BOAT RIDE Mrs. Harry Markowitz, chairman of one of the Sisterhood's outstanding events of the year, of the members and friends with regard to the Gala Moonlight Boat Ride sponsored by the Sisterhood, the evening of Tuesday, November 28that 8:30 o'clock. A splendid program has been arranged to make the evening most successful. In addition to the Boat Ride, dancing, entertainment and prizes will comprise the program of the evening. The admission per ticket is a nominal charge of fifty cents. Please phone 2-1473 or 5-3539 for reservations. ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP TEA In keeping with the tradition established at Beth David Sisterhood the Annual Membership Tea is being arranged by the chairman. Mrs. Joseph Fine. The details of the program, the place and date will be mentioned in next week's issue. BETH DAVID LIBRARY Mrs. Samuel Ehrlich. chairman of the Beth David Library has issued a call to the members and friends to aid us in the constructive work of building up a complete library for children and adults of our Congregation. Those who desire to contribute books for this fine undertaking to our library, a committee will gladly call for these books—phone 2-8650 or 2-1473. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES This Sabbath will be known as "Hadassah Sabbath". It is deplorable that throughout the preceding years particularly in the Greater Mami area when "Hadassah Sabbath" is observed its members are conspicuous by their absence from the Synagogual services. Even though you are financially active in the Zionist movement which is very commendable; yet we feel that there is a certain superficiality when we observe the idalistic chaos and absence from such a service. Men and women, especially Zionists, attend the "Hadassah Sabbath" at the Synagogue. Services will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by the Beth David Choir will chant the Liturgic Melodies. Mrs. Irvin Siege), representing the local chapter of Hadassah, will present the .'Highlights of Hadassah Program". Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss "The Truth About Hadassah and Palestine"; in view of November 2. which marks the 22nd anniversary of the Balfour Declaration granting the Jewish people the right to establish a homeland in Palehtine. SABBATH SERVICES Immediately after the regular Traditional services which are held from 8:30 to 10:30 Saturday morning, the Junior Congregation will conduct the services .for the youths and adults. It is a pleasure to note the increasing attendance of these services from week to week. It is a pleasant delight to behold the active participation of both the youth and the adult of the community. Parents particularly are urged attend with their children every Saturday morning at 10:30. •REFUAH-SHLAEMA" We pray that the Almighty send an immediate deserving cure to the President of our Sisterhood. Mrs. Isador Cohen who is convalescing at the Chateau de Sante. 6901 Coral Way. Coral Gables, under the direct supervi100% RYE BREAD HEALTH-KOSHER Made fresh daily from 100 percent whole RYE and all Health ingredients Good aa cake. HEMINQTON-MANAQED HEALTH FOOD SHOP 12 S. E. FIRST ST—2-0356 BETH DAVID CHOIR IN REHEARSAL In the accompanying photograph is shown the choir of Beth David congregation aa they rehearse Mi vices. They are, left to right, Cantor Lewis Hayman, Mrs. Abraham F. Block, Mn. Joseph =*""' Mss Ida Smith, Mrs. Mildren Rubenstein. Mrs. William Weintraub, Mrs. Edna Freedman and x Shapiro Not Drcsent in the picture is Miss Beatrice Goldenblank. alio a member of th A sion of the superintendent of that splendid institution, Dr. Alda Sloan. May the Almighty grant that Mrs. Cohen be restored to us in the near future with constant sound health. "BORl CH-HABO" We extend to Miami's annual visitor the once famous renowned Cantor and composer Isaac Kaminsky. We are greatly indebted to that fine character for the many known Liturgic compositions which originally were composed for the Beth David Institution; practically all the melodies chanted at the Sabbath and Late Friday evening services are the creations of the beloved Cantor Isaac Kaminsky. 'all .".-1'.'>-' :•-'Pennsylvania Avi Miami Bea< ii RUTH SHIM Therapeutic Massages Physiotherapist Recommend* %  b) I ><" Ion POSITION WANTED Young German woman with child of nine years, desires position as house worker with private family. Excellent reference. Apply 1325 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach. Telephone 6-7914. SUNSHINE SERVICE ... brags >M CHEAf ELECTRIC ITY,helHywi get the greatest leeef it free, its es far better living. It's yeer BIGGEST BARGAIN at eew lew "steplewe" rites H DOCUMENT REVEALED (Continued from Page 1) given orders that Jews in Nazi concentration camps might be flogged. "It was not uncommon.' the report said, 'for two Elite Guards to take turns floggirrr some unfortunate white a third member of the guard held the victim's jaws to stifle his outcries." The statement said that "it must not be thought that these barbaric tortures were ecpional. At Buchenwald these things were of almist daily occurence." Around the Corner Inn 208 to 212 N. E. Second St. JVosV open for thill th Season I .mn limnand DinnerDaily DR. IBWIN SILVERN wishes to announce the removal of his office to 724 DuPont Building Phone 2-2156 %  + MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.—1453 S W 8th Street "WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS DRDE FEDERAL snvincs ano LORH nssocmnon or mmmi 45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW COST LONG TERMS GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH MJK CORRECT BUS INFORMATION ,., -.-J ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM TTL 5-1812 LM 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE 563 COLLINS AVENUE Single Mortgage Home^Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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November 3, 1939

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

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VOL. 12NO. 43
MIAMI. FLORIDA.. FRIDAY, NOV. 3RD. 1939
PRICE 10 CENTS
Hadassah Sets
Million Dollar Goal
n,w York de Sola Pool was unanimously
elected President of Hadassah
Women's Zionist Organization of
America, at their twcnUy-fifth an-
nual convention held at the Man-
hattan Centre here. Mrs. Pool,
wife of Rabbi David de Sola Pool
of the Spanish-Portugese Syna-
gogue- the oldest congregation in
this city, and former vice presi-
dent of Hadassah, succeeds Mrs.
Moses P. Epstein, who was forced <" > fascist notables widely
In decline nomination this year credited with pro-German ten-
Reshuffle Seen
N.-w York (WNS) An Asso-
ciated Press dispatch from Rome,
reporting on a sudden shakeup of
the whole fascist regime, includ-
ing cabinet members, discloses
that chiefly among those replaced
Chile Will
Admit Refugees
Washington (WNS)One hun-
dred and e ghty German-Jewish
Soviet Queries
Polish Jewish
Refugees Sutus
London
(WNS)Jews
Council President
To Speak
Here Sunday
Mrs. Maurice I- Goldman, presi-
dent of ih.- National Council of refugees now enroute from Rot- Soviet-occupied Poland, especially
Jewish Women will arrive in Mi- "so. Chile, via Cadiz- Spain. ;,, (Alicia, including Polish .lews
ami for a two day visit November will be admitted to the South who manage<| t(, escape from
5th and 6th, and will be enter- American Republic "if we believe Nazi ,H.t.upjed Poland into that
taincd by the Miami Section. Mrs. they will make good citzien." an sc-i-tit.n occupied by the Soviet
Goldman will be honored by a pro- attache of the Chilean Embassy army, are being subjected to close
gram and reception. Sunday eve- said. The case of each refugee examination by communists in an
ning at Temple Israel, as well as Seeking entrance to Chile will be I t,ffort t0 determine the extent or
a dinner preceded by a cocktail Judged individually. Included in tlu. ,.u.k of tneir proletarian per-
the ISO, who are aboard the suasion. Information reaching
steamship Batavier III. are mer- nere disclosed that this mass
chants, craftsmen, farmers and
their wives and children.
because of her other activities.
In accepting the prcssulency
Mrs. Pool asked Hadassah mem-
bers to do all in their power to |
dencies. Lieutenant General Ach-
ille St race, relieved of the sec-
retaryship of the Fascist Party.
i and Dino Alfieri. Minister of
"protect those democratic ideals
which alone assured the modem '
reestablishment of the Jewish Na-
tional Home at a time, when big-
Although some observers saw in
the shakeup evidences of a less-
otry. race hatred and international
,. .. j ,u .,:! cning of German influence in
dissension threatened the national '" *
existence of all small peoples." She I Rome, foreign diplomatic circles
added that Jews "who have a long
memory not only of persecution
but of the triumph of right over
wrong," had demonstrated their
belief in the value of brotherhood,
justice and good-will by building
their national home in Palestine
upon the very rights which were
denied them by their persecutors."
in the Italian capital generally
attributed it to conditions within
| the Fascist Party and govern-
! ment.
Experts on Italian affairs in
New York disagreed on the real
meaning of Musssolini's Cabinet
precc
party to be tendered by the offi-
cers of the Miami Section on Mon-
day.
The complete program as well
as a resume of council activities
will be found in this week's issue.
Democracy Congress
Plans Near Completion
Mrs. Pool paid tribute to Mrs. shakeup. some holding that it is
Epstein, retiring president, who, an anti-German move. while
she said- had helped to increase | otners were unwilling to believe
the ranks and scope of Hadassah | that the Axjs ha<1 becn broken.
work- Robert Gale Woolbart. assistant
The four vice presidents, Mrs. Qf ^.^ AfWn
Jullict N. Benjamin and -Mrs.
Samuel J. Rosensohn of this city, and research aosoc.ate on the
Mrs. Joseph M. Ehrlich if Detroit, j Council of Foreign Relations held
and Mrs. Adolph Sieroty of Los tnat Mussolini was moving
Angeles, were re-elected. For the a(?a;nst the Germans because of
first time, a fifth vice president
was chosen under a new amend-
ment to the constitution provid-
ing for an additional officer to
aid the president. Mrs Sundel
Doniger of New York was chosen
as the fifth vice president. Mrs.
Herman Shulman was re-elected
secretary and Mrs. Alexander
Lamport, treasurer.
The organization adopted a goal
of $1,150,000 to be raised by Sep-
tember of next year, the largest
sum the organization ever at-
tempted to obtain in any one year
for its work in Palestine. The quota
was divided into $175,000 for
Palestine land reclamation; $500-
000 for child refugee work;
$75,000 for dhild welfare and
$400,000 for hospitalization and
health.
The two thousand delegates
from forty-six states heard Mayor
Fiorello H. LaGuardia deplore tht
"tragic situation" which forced
the "first crop of youth since the
World War" to be sacrificed "for
real good purpose." It all could
have been avoided, he said, "had
not the world been subjected to
having countries under the domi-
nation of men who have no hu-
man instincts and' who "are
willing to sacrifice their own peo-
tht Soviet-Nazi pact. The Italians.
learned of the pact for the first
time when Foreign Minister
Count Ciano returned from Barch-
tesgaden after consulting w
Hitler.
Mrs. Goldman has been promi-
nent in the educational field and
in the fight for civil rights for i -------
many years. She first began her Plans are nearing completes
activities with the National Coun- for the "Congress on Democracy"
til of Jewish Women when she : to be held at the Florida Southern
served as president of the Hous-' Gollegj at Lakeland starting
held for three years. Following November 10 and lasting three
she was President of the Texas days.
State Conference; served for some! Outstanding National figures
years on the Board of Directors i are expected to participate in the
of the National Council of Jewish Congress which is expected to be
Women; was Chairman of the the forerunner of similar events
Committee on Service to Foreign in other states.
Born and later became first vice-! During the program a "Chair
president and chairman of the ex", of Democracy" will be dediated at
ecutive committee. i Southern College.
Document Reveals
Nazi Atrocities
New York (WNS)An account
of atrocities visited upon Jew and
non-Jaw in German concentration
scrutiny of a large group of peo-
ple was being pushed in an effort
to expunge those considered bour-
geois or leaders of religious
groups. Considered particularly
undesirable by communist offici-
als are Zionists, labor leaders, re-
ligious leaders and religious stu-
dents. Those whose proletarian
statue is undetermined are also
being made suffer privation and
want.
Meanwhile Wilno was officially
rerturned to Lithuania this week,
thousands of Jews taking part in
the greetings accorded Lithuanian
military authorities. The territory
returned to Lithuania by the So-
viet government included several
i small cities surrounding Wilno
with a population of approximate-
ly 800,000of whicn 200,000 are
Jews. Hundreds of thousands of
refugees who had managed to
reach Wilno from Polish areas
under Nazi control receiver food
and clothing soon after Lithuan-
ian authorities entered the city.
Approximately 100000 of the ref-
ugees are Jews. Jewish religious
schools throughout Soviet-occu-
pied Poland had been ordered
ports of British Consuls in various
German cities, many of the stories
therein having been previously closed by- Soviet authorities, most
suggested in guarded language in of the students and religious lead-
camps contained in a statement unofficial newspaper accounts, be- era having fled to Wilno. All syn-
that accused th Nadis of "invent-
ing tortures almost beyond im-
agination was made public by
the British Government in a docu-
ment called a White Paper. In a
jth' London dispatch to the New York
Times. Raymond Daniell reports
on the White Paper which reveals
party secretary. Starcase | the attitude of the Nazis toward
the Jews, especially the anti-
Jewish outrages that followed
Rath, third secretary in the Ger-
was credited with sponsoring
some of Fascismos direct move-
ments, including anti-Jewish laws.
Deputy Altssandro Pavolini, who
succeeds Alfieri as Minister of
Popular Culture, is from a dis-
tinguished family. His brother.
Cirrado. married into a Jewish
family.
pte for their own selfish pur-
poses."
Mrs. Epstein reported an in-
crease of 15,000 new members in
senior Hadassah. bringing the
total membership to 70,000. Mrs.
Alexander Lamport reported that
$1,510,212 had been raised by 355
chapters during the past year.
Miss Nell Ziff, presidtnt of Junior
Hadassah, said that $120,173 had
been raised last year for Pales-
tine activities.
man Embassy in Paris, by Her- \ 10,000 prisoners were held. The
tween Match l'J38 and February agogues offered special prayers
1989. which confirm the worst re-
ports of treatment of Jewish
prisoners in concntration camps
mainly at Buchenwald.
"Vivid accounts of the tortures
practiced at Buchenwald were
given in memoianda included in
reports by F. M. Shephard, consul
at Dresden, on the basis of state-
ments made to him by former
prisoners at that camp, where
scfiel Grynszpan, 17-year-old
Polish Jew.
In a foreword to the callection
|of horror stories the Britinh
Government, explaining why the
testimony had been surpressed
until now, declares thot "so long
as there was the slightest pros-
pect of reaching any settlement
with the German Government"
it would have been wTong to do
anything "which might have the
effect of inspiring hatred between
Germany and Britain." The gov-
ernment also said that it was
forced now to disclose the facts
that the public might know that
under the present German regime
"the treatment accorded is remi-
niscent of the darkest ages in the
history of man."
The document contains the re-
men were beaten with barbed-
wire birches and. Mr. Shepherd
said, there were but two classes
dead or alivefor no consideratios
was shown for the old or the
sick."
The White Paper said that
"flogging and torture were the
order of the day" when the Nazis
first came into power. "It was
common knowledge that the Na-
tional Socialist movment was tak-
ing a terrible revenge on those
who had the temerity to oppose
it. Foreigners were not spared.
British subjects, including a mem-
ber of the Embassy staff, were
wantonly assailed in the streets
by storm troopers."
The document also assertd that
Chancellor Hitler personally had
(Continued on Page 8)
on the Sabboth to commemorate
the return of Wilno to Lithuania.
Kaunas (WNS)The recently
concluded German-Lithuanian
agreement over the status of
former residents of Memelland,
territory taken by Germany' last
spring, has been denounced by
Chis Govrenment, it was disclosed
hero. Under the agreement, all
persons who were residents of
Memel before 1928 were to be re-
garded as German citizens. De-
nunciation of the past has saved
thousands of Jews from tne dan-
ger of losing their Lithuanian
citizenship.
Wilno (WNS)A proclamation
in the Yiddish language was is-
sued by the Government guaran-
teeing tDlerance and incorpora-
tion of tjhe city in a spirit of
cooperation with minorities, who
will also be granted cultural au-
tonomy upon the release of a
further proclamation expected to
be issued soon by President An-
tonas Smetona.
Following the cession of the
Wilno district by Soviet Russia.
Lithuanian troops occupied the
city which will have a Jewish
vice-mayor.

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PAOX TWO
FRIDAY, NOV. 3RD, 1939
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
KAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
RETURN TO
MIAMI
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman re-
turned to Miami Tuesday by boat
after a three week's visit in the
north-

HADASSAH SABBATH
TO BE OBSERVED
Hadassah Sabbath will be ob-
served in the Synagogues and
Temple Friday evening and Sat-
urday morning, November 3rd and
4th. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, presi-
dent of the Miami Chapter < -
dassah. will be the guest speaker
at Temple Israel; at Beth David,
Mrs. Benj. Meyers will speak; Fri-
day evening; Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff of Beth Jacob and Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner will speak at
their respective pulpits Saturday
November 4th. All members and
friends are cordially invited to at-
tend any of these services.

GROUP OPENS
SEASON
The Spinoza Group met (last
Saturday afternoon, on the lawn,
at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
Mr. Joseph L. Tepper of Wash-
ington and Miami Beach spoke
briefly about England's war aims,
followed by an open debate. Dr.
Nima Adlerblum was also a
speaker. Next Saturday afternoon
at 3 p. m. the group will meet
again and Dr. Abraham Wolfson
will give the first in the course
of 18 lectures to be given on the
Philosophy of Spinoza. All are
welcome. There is no charge.
*
INSTALLATION
TO BE HELD
The annual installation dinner
and dance of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau and its Auxiliary will take
place Sunday. November 19th at
6:30 p. m. at the Victor Hotel.
Miami Beach. In charge of ar
rangments are Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz! general chairman; Mrs.
Morris L. Cowen, Mrs. Melvin E.
Davis, and Mrs. Herbert A. Simon,
program; Mrs. Albert E. Rosen-
thai, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs.
Harry Kaufman, Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant. Mrs. Jack Diener, Mrs.
Edward Friedman. Mrs. A. Rubin,
Mrs. M. Cowen, telephone and
reservations; Mrs. Jennie Rotfort
and Mrs. H. Oliphant, door; and
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, decorations.
Reservations must be made by
November 14th with the telephone
and reservation committee.
PIONEER WOMEN-
MEET
The Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion of Greater Miami held their
regular meeting Wednesday eve-
ning when the calendar of events
for the coming year was planned.
Scheduled for the month of De-
cember is a Chanuakah Party, de-
tails of which will be announced
in next week's issue. Mrs. H.
Friedman was elected treasurer
for the coming term. Meetings
of the organization will be held
the first and third Wednesday of
the month at the Beth Jacob
Synagogue, Miomi Beach; and the
second and fourth Wednesdays of
the month at the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah building, Miami. All
women are cordially invited to at-
tend these meetings.
EXHIBITION
TO BE SHOWN
The winter art season at Miami
Beach officially opens Sunday af-
ternoon at 2 p. m. at the Miami
Beach Public Library and Art Cen-
tre, 2100 Collins Ave.. for the re-
ception honoring Mrs. Bernice
Newman, (oral Gables artist, who
will exhibit her paintings. The
City of Miami Beach and the
Miami Beach Women's Club spon-
sors of the Library and Art Cen-
I'LL TUNE
OUT THE
ALKA-
SELTZER
ANNOUNCEMENT1
CW-THAT5 THE MOST,
IMPORTANT THING
YOU'LL HEAR TONIGHT^
tre extend a cordial invitation to
the public to attend this art ex-
hibit which will be on view in the
Galleries through November 22nd.
The Gallery hours are 2 p. m. to
6 p. m. Friday and daily from 10
a. m. to 9 p. m.
SISTERHOOD
TO MEET
The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will
hold their regular meeting Tues-
day evening at 8 p. m. in the Tal-
mud Torah Building of the Beth
Jacob Congregation. Further plans
for the Mah Jong and Card Party
will be presented and discussion
of the year's projects will be held.
A cultural and musical program
will be presented after the meet-
ing. Mrs. B. H. London will pre-
side. The public, members and
friends are invited to attend.
ANNUAL DANCE
TO BE HELD
The Civic Centre has been
chosen as the site for the Eighth
Annual Dance sponsored by the
Young Men's Hebrew Association,
with Mr. E. Albert Pallot chair-
RETURN TO
CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz
returned to the city after an ex-
tended visit to the north.
*
SISTERHOOD TO HOLD
CARD PARTY
A mah jong party will be spon-
sored by the Beth Jacob Slater-
hood Wednesday afternoon, Nov-
ember loth at 1:30 p. m. at the
Evans Hotel, with the proceeds
going towards the two major
projects of the Sisterhood,
a charity ward at the St. Francis
Hospital, and the support of the
Beth Jacob Religious School. Re-
freshments will be served and
prizes will be awarded- The com-
mittee in charge, of arrangements
are Mesdamee N. Sloan, H. Aus-
lander. .1 Wucher. H. Shapiro. II.
Koretsky- D. Becker. M. S. Rubin.
M. Mamches. M. Kreiger. A. J.
Tobin. S. Cohen and the president.
Mrs- B. II. I^ondon. All members
and friends are urged to attend.

BABY
IS BORN
Mr and Mrs. C. Kaler of 421
N. K. 09th St., announce the birth
MRS. BERTA uINkLKR
MASSEUSE
European Method
1133 S. W. 14th Avenue
of a baby boy at the Victoria Hos-
pital. Sunday. October 29th. Both
mother and baby are doing fine.
The bris will take place Suaday
at the hospital with Rev. Josef
Malek officiating. All friends are
invited to attend.
Kosher Killed Chickens Can Be
Obtained when Shoched is on Duty !
SPRINGER POULTRY I
& EGG CO.
317 N. W. Fifth Street
Rev.ILM.Kagan is on premises
all day Thursday, and Friday
morning and during the week
by appointment.
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO. I
nro.
37th St ami formal Ave
CZICAftO, ILL.
Fteklai, Ciafcaal aeat Senate*
DEMAM IT FBOM YOUR
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New
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E. ALBERT PALLOT
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MILLIONS suffer leaf from Headache, Acid Indirection, Distress
of Colds "Morning After" and Muscular Fatigue because they
have heardend betteredAlka-Seltzer radio announcements.
To these millions, the relief obtained by the use of Alka-Settaer
is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from the
broadcasts.
The most important parts of our radio program, both to you and
to us. are the commercial announcements. Once you have tried
Alka-Seltzer we believe you will agree with us.
But try Alka-Seltzer because it is an unusually effective medi-
cine not because you enjoy the radio programs.
WHY ALKA-SELTZER IS SO EFFECTIVE
The pain-relieving analgesic in Alka-Seltzer is in complete solu-
tion, ready to ease the distress as soon as you swallow it. The
painrelieving action is made more effective by alkaline buffers.
The alkalizing elements in Alka-Seltzer reduce excess stomach
v\ .'?., acidity.
Get Alka-Seltzer the next time you
pass a drug store.
Large package *
Saaall package M*
Try a (lass of Alka-Seltzer at your
Drug Store Soda Fountain.
\lka-Seltzer
man of arrangement^- Tickets
may be obtained from any mem-
ber or by calling Mr. Nat Blum-
berg, ticket chairman. Present
plans indicate that this affair will
be a huge success. Details will be
announced in next week's issue of
The Jewish Floridian.
VISITS
IN MIAMI
Mr. Martin Cochem of New
York City is visiting friends in
Miami for the winter.
VISITS
HERE
Mrs. S. M. Bass of New York
City arrived recently to spend the
winter in Miami Beach.
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. Rich In Flavor
Sold Only In Packages K
''ever In Bulk From the Tuo\
J^f^y^BUTTEP,
We wifh to thank our many
friends for the kindness
shown us following the re-
cent death of Fred Wolfe.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Leavitt
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1939
VOLUME 12NUMBER 43.
The Nazi Formula
Information from Nazi-occupied Poland concerning the
plight of the Jews in these times is haphazard and one can only
speculate on the truth in the light of the stories brought
to neutral countries by refugees who managed to flee from
war zones following Nazi aggression.
Only partial estimate of the persecution and violence in-
flicted upon a defenseless minority is available from these re-
ports but even on the basis of this inadequate, information the
full weight olj the horror and brutality visited upon the Jews
in Poland already makes itself felt.
The Nazi propaganda machine has already been put into
action in Poland. It is a device whose deadly and vicious ac-
curacy has been made so perfect by Propaganda Minister Goeb-
bcls that the Nazis have seized upon it again to strengthen
their own purposes.
The Poles have been decimated and their country reduced
to ashes.'For the vanquished there remains only a blind rage
and a bitter desire for some form of retaliation. This the Nazi'
fully realizes. I1
The Nazi propaganda machine forestalls this desire by
bringing up its battery of] lies and, with horrifying frequency
instills a cruel logic up their hatred and at the same timfe re-route it over a convenient-
ly-placed minoritythe Jews.
"Jews are your deadly enemies. The Nazis have come into
Poland to rescua Polish peasantry from the yoke of the Jew."
This is the formula which worked for the Nazis in Germany and
in other countries forced into the Nazi orbit. The over-handy
scapegoat is the Jew.
There is no indication that the Poles will be caught in the
mesh of the Nazi propaganda device with< which the Jews in
central Europe have become familiax. Their hatred of Nazism
is greater than their anti-Jewish sentiment. We can only hope
that Nazi designs in Poland will bog down in the ramifications
of their own eclectics. i -
The next regular meeting of
.Sholom IjOiIrc will be held on
Tuesday evening, November 11th
at the Y. M. H. A. building.
Your meetings committee chair-
man, yours fraternally, was suc-
cessful in securing as guest
speaker. Honorable Colin English,
State Superintendent of Public In-
struction. Mr. English accepted an
invitation by wire this week. In
his telegram of acceptance, Mr.
English stated that he would noti-
fy us of the subject of his address
by the end of the week. As you
probably know, this gentleman's
office is located in our State capi-
tal, Tallahassee.
The coming meeting will be
designated as a "Father and Sons
Meeting." The A. Z. A. chapters
of Miami and Miami Beach are
expected to attend in full force.
One of the main purposes in hold-
ing this type of meeting is to
create a feeling of closer oc-op-
eration between Sholom Lodge
and the local A. Z. A. groups. An-
other important objective is to
assist A. Z. A. in increasing its
membership. By having fathers
bring their sons to the meeting,
new material may be added to the
ranks of the A. Z. A. As a matter
of fact, many mutual benefits can
be derived from a "father and
sons meeting." The meetings
committee composed of Brothers
Nathan Adelman. Burnett Roth,
Joseph Berman and your writer
decided that it would be a splen-
did idea.
Bro. "Matty" Bandler of the
June Dairy Bandlers, Chairman of
the Membership Campaign is de-
finitely behind a movement to
waive the $5 initiation fee. Bro.
Bandler expects to present a
strong argument at the next
meeting showing the reasons for
making the change in our by-
laws. The "old guard" will prob-
ably oppose the amendment but
the new members will probably
line up on the side favoring the
proposed amendment. Bro. Band-
ler has been doing a wonderful
job as Membership Chairman and
is entitled to the cooperation of
the Lodge, especially on a matter
vitally affecting membership.
Co-Chairmen of the Student
Union Committee, Brothers Dr.
Charles Werblow and Sidney Se-
gall have called the first meeting
of this new school term of the
Student Union at the University
of Miami. This column is written
before the meeting held Thursday
evening at the University. Your
chairmen have secured the list of
Jewish students, 269 in num-
ber, now attending the local
university, and it appears from
the large enrollment that 1939-40
should be a successful year
for student union activities. The
first meeting was to be an or-
ganization meeting. More news
about this in your writer's next
column.
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(IT PHIMXA* J. MEON)
WAR ECHOES
Have you read Trotzky's summing up of the Nazi situa-
tion? "Hitler is proceeding with the infallibility of a
somnambulist to the brink of the precipice,'' he says. And
did we tell you that the shofar wasn't sounded in London dur-
ing the High Holy days this year? The reason Was tftat
the British authorities were afraid the sound of the ram's horn
might be mistaken for an air raid warning. The latest
war economy measure foisted on the long-suffering Germans
is a regulation prohibiting male shirts from reaching below the
belt-line. That 1914 German war song with the refrain
"We have but one enemy, England," has been revived in the
Reich. That its composer was a non-Aryan by the name
of Lissauer is not even whispered in Naziland today. The
crystal gazers insist that the German revolution will start in
March 1940. ... On our own account we venture the predic-
tion that the next important Nazi to be purged by Hitler is
Franz von Papen, unsuccessful German Ambassador to Turkey.
. War experts claim that the success of the Nazi U-boata
is due to a new invention under German control. ... It seems
that! the new U-boats can kill their engines and run for hours
on some chemical ersatz which even the most sensitive instru-
ments of enemy warships cannot detect. .
HEARD HERE
We ore told that immediately following the lifting of i he
embargo hundreds of plan.- in this country will be d -
livered .to England and Franco by the device of self-transpor-
tation. Thai is. they will cross the Atlantic rn mass flights.
Some of tlie people who agree with Lindbergh's stand on the
neutrality issue cannot understand why America's Lone Eagle
didn't return his German medals to Goering after the sinking
of the Athenia. ... A certain Washingtonian we know found
his diplomatic tact put to a hard test the other day. ... He
wanted to present one of the Italian Embassy attaches with a
book, but to his dismay found that all the best-sellers are so
vehemently anti-Fascist that they would never serve his pur-
pose. ... To mention a| few of those h/e had to omit buying)
Ounther's "Inside Asia," Sheean's "Not Peace but a Sword."
Van Paassen's "Days of Our Years," Vance's "Escape,"
Wain's "Reaching for the Stars," etc., etc., all failed to till
the bill Which reminds us that Pierre van Paassen hu.i
had to cancel his lecture tour because of illness. .
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Who is the would-be candidate for the Presidency of the
Francisco........Fritz Kuhn recently shrieked before the Dies
Committee that Walter Winchell' real name is Lipschipz. ...
Winchell countered by announcing that he will' donate
$100,000 to any charity if anybody can prove that Lipshipz
was ever his name. ... A challenge to Jewish dentists is
thrown out by 82-year-old Anna Bogenholm Sloane, who claims
she has discovered an ancient Aryan formula, which doesn't
work for non-Aryar.s, for making a third set of teeth grow in
her month. Mrs. Sloane. who is planning to launch an
anti-Semitic paper, is a buddy of various un-Americans and
avowed Nazis. May we call to the attention of those Nazi
papers which call foreign correspondent H. R. Knickerbocker
'a "dirty, red-headed Jew" the fact that Mr. Knickerbocker
is a hundred per cent Aryan. .
SOMETHING SHOULD BE DONE
Do you know that French warships stop Italian passenger
eteamers hound for America staid scrutinize the passenger lists
and the passengers themselves as well? From every boat-
ioad they select a feu dozen nude German-Jewish refugees,
take them off the ship and intern them in the nearest French
possession. We have it from the most reliable authority.
none other than Commander Etalo Verrando, director-general
of the Italian Line for the United States and Canada, who toid
us some most, heart-breaking stories aboul the capture (thfsre
,s not other word for it) of those unfortunate refugees, who
Have their American immigration visas in perfect order. .
after years of persecution these men at last have the happiness
of knowing themselves to be o}n the way to freedomonly to
discover that the French government still considers them.
Germans, and therefore dangerous. There are cases when*
the victims are well above military age. And some of then*
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THB JEWISH FLOMD1A*
FRIDAY. NOV. 3RD, 1939




MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 S. W. Tfciril Street
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNRR. Rabfci
RABBI'S. RESIBRNCE: 919 S. W. lSih Ceurt; Phene 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily servicts: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m.
Friday evening sen-ices, 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.
CONGREGATIONAL
ELECTIONS
The annual elections for offi-
cers and members of the Board
of Directors will be held on Tues-
day evening November 7th in the
Synagogue. In this important
year, when our Congregation is
embarking upon a wide program
of expansion it is essential that
our membership take a moso ac-
our membership take a most ac-
Synagogue and demonstrate their
interest by their attendance at
this meeting. The meeting will
start promptly at 8:30 p. m. and
in addition to the report of the
Nominating Committee there will
also be rendered a financial re-
port.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
The ever increasing registra-
tion in our Sunday School has
passed the 160 mark and we are
hopeful that before registration
closes it will be well over 200.
Even now, the facilities of the Y-
M. H. A. are taxed to capacity
and we are grateful to the offi-
cers and directors of the above
organization for their cooperation
and helpfulness. The division of
the School into the Senior and
Junior assemblies is working out
exceedingly well and splendid
assembly programs have been
presented each Sunday. In addi-
tion to the religious program pre-
sented in each assembly by Rabbi
Kellner. a class presentation will
be part of each meeting. Mrs.
Chertkoff, the Superintendent,
presides over the assemblies and
is in charge of all contests and
presentations which feature these
assemblies.
RBFUO SHELMO
We extend best wishes for a
speedy and complete recovery to
Brother Sam Gcltner who i- re-
covering from a severe illness in
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
MAZBL TOY
We arc happy to congratulate
Mr. and Mrs. Elias Solgta who
were married in Rabbi Kellner'i
study last Saturday night.
HABANOTH NOTES
The Buds
Membership in this group il
still open and all girls -
ages of 9 until 12 are ee>
invited to attend the next
ing. at the Synagogue Tueada] af-
ternoon at 4 p. m.
The Girls of the Blue and White
We regret to announce the re-
tirement of Mrs. Samuel Tannen-
baum as sponsor of this group
and take this means of thanking
her for her kindness and coopera-
iton- We greet Mrs. Louis Katz,
the incoming sponsor. The group
will meet this Monday aftenroon
at 4 p. m. at the Y. M. H. A.
where important problemh will be
discussed. Girls between the ages
of 12 and 14 years are cordiially
invited to join.
The Debs
The membership of the Debs
has grown and the membership
campaign will be over in 3 weeks.
Young ladies between the ages of
14 and 17 years are welcome to
attend the meetings of this Senior
group of the Miami Chapter of
Habanoth. The meeting is held
every Wednesday afternoon at 4
p. m- at the Rabbi's home.
THANK YOU
The membrship of the Ladies
Auxiliary takes this opportunity
to thank Mrs. William Clein.
president, for her gracious hos-
pitality at the successful card
game given by her in her home
Sunday evening October 22. Re-
SOCIETY
FEDERATION BOARD
TO MEET
A meeting of the Board of Ui-
rectors of the Greater Miami Fed-
eration of Jewish Welfare Funds
will be held Sunday. November
12 at 8:15 p. m. at the McAllister
Hotel, Miami- The primary pur-
,.f this meeting is to present
for ratification ami approval or
modification, the proposed Budget
fir 1940 a* submitted by the Bud-
get Committee. All board members
are urged to be present ao this
meeting as very important busi-
ness will be transacted.

A. /.. A. RECEIVES
ill VRTER
ITw >;.'. Palm Chapter of A.
.". A Miami Beach was awarded
Mil charter io was
-.. I at their regular meet-
ing Sunday evening. The initia-
tion into the chapter of thefol-
lowing: Norman Arkin. Milton
Weinkle. Leroy Levy. Charlec Ke-
Mkie, Marvin Goldman. Melvin
Richardson and Munroe Gellert
took place.
The gala swim dance sponsored
by the organization will be held
Sunday evening, November 5th at
the Sea Glades Cabana Club.
Ocean Drive at 21st St.. Miami
Beach at 7:30 p. m. Robert Kan-
ter. general chairman, is being
assisted by Charles Keoskie and
Eddie Chentoff. Swimming, music
by an orchestra for dancing, a
floor show and a door prize will
be the features of the evening.
Lockers and towels will be fur-
nished to all those attending. Ad-
mission charge will be fifty-five
cents per person.
All members and friends are
cordially invited to attend.
J
Matthew S. Bandler and Leo Robinson, co-chairmen of the Fourth An-
nual "Cavalcade of Stars." sponsored by The, Young Men's Hebrew
Association.
freshments were served and the
proceeds were devoted for the
benefit of this Talmud Torah.
HEBREW SCHOOU
Registration for the Hebrew
School has far exceeded expecta-
tions and is in fact the largeso in
in the history of the Congrega-
tions and is in fact the largest
except Friday in the Synagogue
vestry rooms beginning at 3:30
p. m. Registration is still open
for the children of the neighbor-
hood and parents are urged to
remember their responsibility to-
wards their children and enroll
them in the Talmud Torah.
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FRIDAY, NOV. 3RD, 1939
rLoiroiAM
PAGE FITS
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
SENIOR DIVISIONMEN'
Tbr first in a series of cultural
meetings of the Fall Season will'
be h<"! at the Y. M. II. A. nexl
Monday evening. November 6th at
8:30 o'clock.
At that time the Reverend Dr,
Daniel Iverson. pastor of the
Shenandoah Presbyterian Church
Will deliver a lecture on "The
Truth About Germany."
Dr. Iverson is well known to the
residents of Miami. He was born
in Savr.nah, Georgia and attended
the University of Georgia, Col-
umbia Theological Seminary, and
Moody Bible Institute. He has
served as a minister in North and
South Carolina.
I>r. Iverson has recently re-
turned from an extensive tour in
Germany where he has had ample
opportunity to observe conditions
as they actually exist in Nazi
land. His talk will be interesting
ami inspiring. I earnestly request
that you come early so you will
be assured of a seat as a large
crowd is expected to attend.
Refreshments will be served.
De. Beck-man, chairman of the
"Y" Cultural Committee will pre-
side.
8TH ANNUAL DANCE
Al Pallot. chairman of the 8th
Annual Dance and his associates,
are busy preparing details for our
8th Annual Dance which will be
held at the Cinderella Ball Room
on Sunday. December 17th. No
stone will be left unturned and no
effort will be spared to make this
affair the oustanding event of the
year in Miami.
Various sub-committees are now
at work. Watch these co'umns
weekly for further details.
LADIES DIVISION
"------and a good time was had
by all." That is an old saying but
it L" very effective, especially
when applied to the Package
Party and Dance, given under the
auspices of this division last Sun-
day night. This event was a suc-
t^mmmmmmmt..
Mrs. 1-eon Lieberman, chairman
of the Hox Supper and Dance
held last Sunday evening.
cass, socially and financially.
With Jules Wilson and Dave
Ix-melman acting as Masters of
Ceremony, there was something
to do every minute. The feature of
the evening was a Jitter-bug Con.
test which was won by Miss
Ethel Pont and Mr. Phil Wein-
traub. The door prize, consisting
of a week's lodging at the Nassau
Hotel on Miami Beach, was won
by Mr. William Merlin.
Our thanks and congratulations
to the committee consisting of
Mrs. Leon Lieberman. chairman;
Miss Irene Cohen, and Mrs. Ann
Berger.
Next Wednesday evening. Nov-
ember 8th the Y. W. will hold its
regular monthly membership
meeting. At that time they will
have u theii guest speaker, Miss
Barbara Page, famous beauty ex-
pert who will give a talk on cos-
metics to be followed by a prac-
tical demonstration. Mrs. Al Dub-
tor is chairman of this meeting.
Everyone is invited.
SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION
Our executive director has re-
organized this group by making
separate divisions of the boys and
girls. Election of officers of each
respective group will be held this
Saturday night. All boys and girls
between the ages of 13 and 16
are urged to join these groups.
V. M. H. A. STOCK COMPANY
Mr. Samuel Hollander, our dra-
maoic coach, reports that all is
in readiness for the three act
comedy skit entitled. "Go Ahead"
which will be given at the "Y"
on Sunday. November 12th. Ad-
mission will be 25 cents for adults
and 16 cents for children.
Final details will be given in
these columns next week.
BIBLE STUDY CLASS
Our executive director .an-
nounces that a class in the study
of the Bible is now being formed.
All those interested please send
their name and address to Mr.
Maurice Grossman. Classes will
commence within the next two
weeks. Watch these columns for
details.
DUES! DUES- DUES!
Herman Waitsman has recently
been appointed chairman of the
Membersh>p-Dues Committee.
Statements have been sent out to
every member and it is urged
that payment be made so that we
may carry on our business suc-
cessfully. If you haven't sent in
your check, please do so immedi-
ately. The committee will call on
you shortly.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
FOR NOVEMBER
November 6Lecture by Rev-
rend Daniel Iverson on "The
Truth About Germany."
November 7Reception to pa-
rents by Girl Scout Troop.
November Lecture and prac-
tical demonstration of cosmetics
by Miss Barbara Pagi,
November 8Board of Direc-
tors meeting, Senior Division YJ
M. H. A. Stock Co.
November 12-Three act play,
comedy."Go Ahead". Y. M. H. A.
Stock Co.
Noveml i r 13- Open me
Junior Division. Guest speaker
Mr. Joe Berman.
November 15.Smoker. Men's 4
Division.
November 22Y. VV. H. A.
Bridge Party.
November 22 Y. M. H. A.
Board of Directors Meeting.
November 27Lecture by Mrs.
Etta Lavine, "Aims and Principles
of the National Council of Jewish
Women."
November 29 Thanksgiving
celebration. Guest speaker. Enter-
tainment.
Y. M. II. A. DUCKPIN LEAGUE
Won Lost
Royals ......................... 11 7
Reliables ...................... 19 8
Warrior- ...................... 8 10
Jiujx rbugs ................. 8 10
INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS
Name Gms. Pins Avg.
S Seitlin......... 6 601 100.1
Al. Berkowitz 18 1777 98.13
H. Levinson... 18 1719 95.9
M. Milstein... .'12 1139 94.11
M. Wroobel 15 1416 94.6
L. Seitlin........ 8 756 94.4
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Waahiifftoa Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
(25 Michican Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Canl.r
;n Mtchtrui Avenue
'Pben* 5-1013
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
A. Winer........ 11 1036 94.2
L. Querido...... 18 1676 98.2
A. Silver....... '16 1489 03.1
Abe Berkowitz 18 1673 92.17
L. Lipowsky 16 1483 92.11
11. Schwartz 17 1574 92.10
J. Berman........ 10 913 91.3
M. Mackauf .... 17 1646 90.13
N. Blumberg 14 1260 90
A. Reisman .. 15 1342 89.7
M. Lubel........ 18 1593 88.9
P. Silverman.. 11 971 88.3
R. Grossman 12 1050 87.6
M. Friedman. 11 961 87.4
D. Rosenthal 16 1381 86.5
S. Beckman.... 16 1344 84
"1 ROYALS LEAD DUI :kpin
LEAGUE
After leading the league five
weeks straight the "Y" Reliables
met their Waterloo and lost three
straight to the Jitterbugs led by
their captain Abe Berkowitz. In
the mean-time the Royals won the
three games from the warriors to
gain first place by a one game
margin.
Herman Waitsman has really
gone to town in his dues collect-
ing campaign. Let's all cooperate
and pay up.
-frenchy's
BEAUTY SALON
201 Shoreland Arcade
2nd Floor Facing Elevatror.
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Bleaching.
Personality Hair Cute By
"Freochy" formerly with
Dallas Park Hotel.
PHONE 2-6666
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FINE SADDLE HORSES
Special Biding Instruction
Moonlight Rldea
from 7 A. M. to S:30 P. M.
North Miami Riding Academy
\ e. 8th Ave. Phone 7-302!
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Shacluiss: daily at 7:00 and at
8:00 a. m. Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Mincha: Daily at 6:16 p. m.
Maariv: Daily at 6:00 p. m.
Rabbi Messcheloff will speak
this Saturday morning on "Ha-
dassah Sabbath-" Hadassah mem-
bers are especially invited to at-
tend. Cantor Mamches will chant
the services. "The Portion of the
Week" will be the Rabbis subject
at Shalosh S'oodoss.
MINNIONAIRES
The first meeting and service
of the Minnionaires will be held
Sunday morning at 9:00 a. m. All
young men thirteen and over are
invited to attend this Bar Mitzva
minion which is followed by a
communal breakfast served by the
Sisterhood.
SISTERHOOD MEETING
Our Sisterhood will hold its reg-
ular, monthly meeting Tuesday
night at 8:00 p. m. A number of
important projects will be dis
cussed. A cultural and musical
program have been arranged for
the rest of the evening. All mem-
bers and friends are cordially in-
vited to attend.
Tickets for the Sisterhood Mah
Jong and Card Party are now on
sale. The affair will be held at
the Evans Hotel, Wednesday af-
ternoon, November 15. at 1:30
p. m. Refreshments will be served.
Prizes will be given. The proceeds
will go toward the Hospital Fund
project, and the Religious School
project. Tickets may be had at
the synagogue or from any mem-
bers of the Sisterhood.
HABANOTH
The Habanoth will meet Mon-
day evening at 7:00 p. m. at the
Talmud Torah Building. A Jewish
March of Time" will be presented
by Edna Malter, Lillian Marcus.
Anne Bisk, and Muriel Rosen.
Parts will be distributed to the
actors who will present, "The Old
Order," a one-act comedy, at the
. first Habanoth Affair of the sea-
son which will be held at the syna-
I gogue Sunday evening, December
! 17. Plans for the initiation of the
very many new members will be
discussed.
All girls between tin' ages of
12 and 16 interested in joining
the Habanoth are invited to this
meeting.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
We again appeal to all parents
to send their children if they are
between the ages of five and sev-
enteen to our Religious School.
Our classes range from kinder-
garten through two years of High
School. Classes are in full swing;
a record registration marks this
year's school. An excellent staff,
the finest of equipment, the most
modern of methods distinguish
our school. Give us your children:
we'll give you back better Jewish
boys and girls.
WEEKS MEETINGS
Pioneer Women will meet Wed-
nesday night at 8 p. m.
Boy Scouts meet Tuesday night
at 7.
A. Z. A. meets Sunday night at
7:30.
HOTEL ABRAMS j
1'
302 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach
And Extends A Cordial
Invitation To All To Spend The
Season With Them
Conveniently Located
I Special Diets Taken Care Of
IS NOW OPEN
! Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
j
Phone 5-6165
&
Do You
Own
Yeur Home?
There never was a better time
than now to build one
The Liberal Financing Through
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes K Possible
Give me a call and I will gladly
help you to net the beat ooa-
.Ible Information as to Its plan.
H. SIMONS
Car* Ackerman Int. Agency
1015 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3151
CHAMPION" IS NAME OF
FEC STREAMLINER
"Champion" will be) the name of
the Diesel-powered streamlined
train to be operated between New
York and Miami beginning about
Decmber 1. it was announced by
J. D. Rahner. general manager of
the Florida East Coast Railway in
a special dispatch from New York.
Atlantic Coast Line and F. E. C.
recently sponsored a contest to
select a name for the new stream-
liner in the Jewish Floridian and
other newspapers. The contest at-
tracted more than 100,000 entries.
IN ORLANDO ITS THE
EL CHICO CAFE
(On the Arenoe)
Special Menu for Late Parties
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Chico-Chich Served at the
CURB ONLY
496 N. Orange Ave.
(At Amelia)
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PAGE SIX
JIWID FLOMMUT

National Council Jewish
Women Offers
Varied Program
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
Country Fair
Miami Section of National
Council of Jcwihh Women will be
represented by a home-made cake
booth in the Civic Centre Ball-
room on Wodnehday evening,
November 15th at a Country Fair
Ibeing sponsored by the Miami
Business and Professional Wo-
men's Clubs. Wear your most at-
tractive costume and dance to real
"peppy" music. Prizes will be
awarded to original cohtumed
guesth. Women's clube of Greater
Miami will be represented. Ad-
mission 50 cents. For Kendall
Home Tubercular Ward.
RED CROSS ROLL CALL
We consider the work of the
Red Cross a most humane and
important project in alienating
the sufferingh of the needy. We
shall lend our support to them and
we urge every member of Council
to do their share, and co-operate
fully. Roll Call begins November
11th.
November fith at 2:30 p. m. at
Fassa's Restaurant in the May-
flower Hotel, loth street and Al-
ton Road, our Annual Member-
ship Tea takes place. We. promise
you a delightful program. The
National President of the Council
will speak and her address is
worth your coming.
The strain and stress and un-
certainty of world affairs have
made Council wlork difficult and
indeed extensive. We feel that no
Jewish wiman consciously wishes
to flinch from her duties to her
fellowman. By joining with us in
this tremendous and noble work
in assisting thousands of unfor-
tunates who deserve and require
your help, you are taking another
step in the path of the righteous.
There will be no charge of admis-
sion but we urge you to join.
Membership fee is S3.00 per year
and our hard taxed treasury will
welcome your dues.
Mrs. Maurice Jacobs
Beach Chairman
Mrs. George Gerson
Miami (Town) Chairman
FORUM
Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman of re-
ception and program honoring
Mrs. Goldman; and chairman of
the Service to Foreign Born Com-
mittee.
Fashion Show
Wednesday afternoon, Decem-
ber 27th is a date to remember.
Fashion Show to be staged by
Madam I>e Sylva at the Holly-
wood Beach Hotel. An exquisite
array of formal and informal
clothes, play clothes and beach
wear will be presented. The Holly-
wood Beach'.Hotel will furnish the
entertainment. Admission $1.00.
Special arrangementh have been
made so that our guests may dine
in the beautiful dining room at an
extra charge of $1.50. Transporta-
tion will be provided for those
who require it. Mrs. Ralph Ncu-
feldt, general chairman.
SCHOLARSHIP
Miami Section of National
Counril of Jewish Women have
awarded throe scholarshpis tt>
three worthy and scholarly stu-
dents who are unable to provide
their own tuition, to the Univer-
hity of Miami. We are very proud
of our ability to help these young
people, for we know how deter-
mined they are to acquire higher
learning. We feel certain that
they, upon their graduation from
the University of Miami will be
an asset to our community and to
society.
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
Scholarship Chairman
Friday afternoon. 2 p. m. at the
home of Mrs. Joseph Williamson,
2825 Prairie Avenue, Miami
Beach, marks the first of a series
of programs under the direction
of Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. Fifteen
minutes of the program will be
devoted to what Mrs. Wienstein
calls her Personality Garden The
keynote of her garden is Charm.
Mrs. Harold Turk will give an in-
terpretation of Sir James Barrie's
Broadway smash hit "What Every
Woman Knows", Mrs. Evelyn
Raff, accompanied by Mrs. Vir-
ginia Solomon will render vocal
selections. Mrs. Huff will eing
Manna Zucca's newest song Bro-
therly Love, which has been ac-
claimed by clitics a classic. Mrs.
Wcin.-tein will review "Not Peace
but a Sword", by Vincent Shcean.
Refreshments will be served. Ad-
mission 25 cents.
Our future Forum programs
will take plare every Friday af-
ternoon throughout the winter
months at a private home on the
The National Council of Jewish
Juniors is happy to welcome Mrs.
Goldman to Miami, and sincerely
hopes that her brief sojourn with
them will be an enpoyable one.
Miss Charlotte E. Singer, Presi-
dent of the National Council of
Jewish Juniors onnounces th4
date of the organizatiins' Formal
Fall Opening to be November 12.
Sunday at 3:00 p. m. A large
program has been planned and
will be presented at the William
Penn Hotel.
Everyone is. cordially invited to
come and hpend a very pleasant
afternoon.
SERVICE TO FOREIGN BORN
Miami Section, being the only
agency in Miami doing Service to
Foreign Born Work, for all na-
tionalities, has been most active.
The Four Point Program of Port
and Dock. International case work,
naturalization and Amricaniza-
tion. and social adjustment has
been carried out very closely by
both our trained workers and the
unusual large staff of vollunteer
help from our membership. Our
executive sevrtary meeth all
boats, planes, buses and trains at
all hours whenever necessary.
This means not only meeting
them when they arrive, but help-
Mrs.' Maurice L. Goldman, presi-
dent of the National Council of
Jewish Women.
beach and the place will appear
in these columns.
Our future programs will em-
brace discussion on contemporary
national and interational affairs,
and their possible repercussions.
speech instructions and book re-
views. Whenever possible a guest
speaker of note will address the
gronp. Fifteen minutes of every
program will be devoted to "per-
sonality garden."
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine. president
of the Miami Section National
Council of Jewish Women.
ing them entrain: for whatever
destination they go to- By giving
have helped to gvie only a few j
of these people a little more hope
and courage to pick up the threads
of their lives again, no amount of
work is too much.
For those already resettled by
the Resettlement Committee of
our local family welfare agency.
our social emigre committee visits
all these newcomer.- who have re-
settled. Giyqs thenr advice and]
help in adjusting their lives more
quickly to the American way.
The English classes which were
established about a year ago, and
in which the local B'nai B'rith
lodge help us in financing, are
conducted by trained teachers. We
have classes.four evenings a weekf
two in town at the Beth David
Synagogue, and two at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue on the Beach.
We are most grateful to both
these synagogues in assisting us
by allowing us to use their class
rooms to hold these classes in.
Besides these advanced English
classes, on December 1st we in-
tend starting a beginners class,
for which the W. P. A. is provid-
ing us with a teacher to conduct
this class.
A discussion group for new-
comers who have advanced beyond
the English classes, is conducted
every other Monday evening by
Mrs. (has. 11. Adler. The discus-
sion as beRun this Fall is early
American history, and will lead
up to the present time.
Our Naturalization department
is quite a flourishing one. Natur-
alisation day.- are Tuesday, Wed-
nes lay and Thursday of every
week. Our workers, who are well
versed on assisting those people
I out their papers in order
to become naturalized citizens,
are kept actively engaged these
three days of every week. We are
proud of the fact that in the No-
vember li3'J citizenship class we
FRIDAY. NOV. 3RD, 1939
will have many become American
citizens whom we have assisted.
To prepare these prospective citi-
zens who had taken out second
papers, we had a citizenship clas;
at Council office every Wednes-
day night conducted by one of our
English teachers. Also a great
many of our local attorneys gave
a study course on the constitution.
We feel gratfiied that when these
people come up in the November
session of court, they will be able
to .-ay "Isn't it great to be an
America^" Mrs. Monte Selig,
chairman of Service to Foreign
Born and her committee are al-
ways on the job. ready to as>i<'.
or answer questions to thos
siring them, through our profes-
sional staff.
JACKSONVILLE
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OUR NATIONAL PRESIDENT
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and stimulation, that your personality dominateh. In these
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our work. May your guidance and encouragement help
lead uh on to greater development of our organization, so
that we may enjoy thu name which by our charter as a
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FRIDAY, NOV. 3RD, 1939
THE JEWISH FLOBJDIA*
PAGE SEVEN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
FAIRMONT ANNOUNCES
NEW POLICY
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phome 2-7741
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
SH Indian Creek Drlv*-lMt M N. K. Slat St.MM
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either *r both o. the Rabbis win be In the Tempt* every mernln.
Tarn m>y oensvU with then oa nutters sosnemln* the Jwi
Mr. *r yeiir personal preMema. Ton will be assured sympathetic
baarwic and advice, and, needle** u> say. each matter will be beid la
strrat conndeno*.
SABBATH BERVICBS
Friday evening serivces, No-
vember 3rd will be held at 8:15
p. m- with Dr. Jaeob H. Kaplan
delivering the sermon entitled
The Problem of Suffering"'. Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitman will con-
duct the aervii m,
This Friday evening Hadaasah
Sabbath will be observed in the
Temple with Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyen, as guest speaker, whose
ti pic will be "Hadusah'a Part in
this Present Crisis."
SUNDAY EVENING LECTURE
Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman, presi-
dent of the National Council of
Jewish Women, will speak on
"Council Points to a Program for
the Future," Sunday evening. No-
vember 5th at 8 p. m.
SISTERHOOD NEWS
"A woman of valor, who shall
find; her price is far above ru-
bies." Proverbs-
The November gathering of the
SraH^rhood will be held in the
form of a "Friendship Tea" at the
Barclay Hotel. 1940 Park Ave..
Miami Beach, with the following
committee in charge, Mesdames
H. I. lloma. Adolph Wcrtheimer.
Maxwell Hyman, S. H. Lutsky.
and H. H. Miller. This will take
place November 27th.
IN MEMORIAM
"May the father of peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
The Yahrzeits of the following
will be commemorated in our ser-
vices this Friday evening:
The Fairmont Creamery Butter
Company has recently announced
that Fairmont's Sweet Butter will
be sold to the public only in in-
dividual. Cartons.
This new policy is being placed
in effect immediately, and is de-
signed to protect the users of
Fairmont's Butter in a number of
ways. They are assured of full
weight (the weight is marked
plainly on each package), as well
as purity, cleanliness and delicious
flavor, and are protected against
substitution. The new Fairmont
Carton has been designed to bring
the delicious Fairmont Butter to
everyone's table in the best of
condition.
Each pound, of butter is manu-
factured in spic and span cream-
eries in the finest dairying sec-
tions, from carefully selected
cream, double pasteurized. The
prints are wrapped by machine.
in two wrappers of the finest
parchment paper before being
placed in the carton; thus, the
butter reaches the table untouched
by human hands, free from any
outside odors, or outside flavors.
The Certified Poultry and Egg
Company are the distributors of
Fairmont Products in the Greater
Miami area.
Rose Rachel Lyon, mother of
Mrs. Julius Lyons.
Minna Magid, mother of Mr.
Harry Magid.
Amelia Levine, mother of Mr-.
Tobias Simon.
RADIO HOUR
This Sunday afternoon. Novem-
ber 5th at :i p. m. over station
WIOD Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
conduct the Jewish Hour spon-
sored by the Rabbinical Ashocia-
tion of Greater Miami.
ABOUT PEOPLE
That famous psychologist Max
Mann, who has evolved B way of
insomnia by remote controlvia
the telephone or radio broadcasts
is none other than Max Manis-
chewitz, one of the owners of th<
matzoth factory. Mrs. Edward
G. Robinson, wife of the screen
star, is the leading spirit in the
IVilish relief fund drive on tin-
Coast. Even Winchell can
make mistakes. His report
that Secretary of the Treasury
Morgenthau is ill was denied by
Mongenthau himself, who wrote
Winchell that lie felt fine until he
heard his illness announced over
tlie radii.....Among Hollywood's
gifts to Broadway this season wil
be Joseph Schildkrauti who wil!
play John Wilkes Booth in a new
Lincoln drama. Maurice
Schwartz is moving his Yiddish
Art Theatre back to Second Ave-
nue. ... It seems that those stories
about the Jews moving up from
the East Side are exaggerated. .
Former Magistrate Louis Brodsky,
who some years ago hail the honor
of drawing Hitler's official wrath.
has returned to his private law
practice. ... He will now be able
to talk about Hitler to his heart's
content. ... Is it true that Jacob
Fishman. ace columnist of the
Jewish Morning Journal, is con-
templating matrimony? .
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
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Council Program Honoring National President
PROGRAM
SUNDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER .r>- 19.19
Mrs. Monte Selig- Chairman
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan....................................................................... .....................Invocation
Address
Mr. Stanley C. Myers. President
Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds
Vocal Selection...............!................................................................ Mrs. H. U. Feibelman
at the organ Mrs. Hannah Asher
"Rest Thee My Spirit". Richard Straus?
MEMBERSHIP TEA
MONDAY- NOVEMBER uTH. 1939. 1:45 P. M-
MAYFLOWER HOTEL. MIAMI BEACH
11:00 a. m. Board Meeting-.
12:00 noon. Board Luncheon in honor of Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman
Address
Address
Vocal Selection.
Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey. President
Dade Federation Women's Clubs
Mrs. Dale James- President
Young Women's Christian Association
at the organ Mrs. Hannah Asher
"Blind Ploughman." R. C. Clarke
Mrs. H. U. Feibelman
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine. President
Miami Section National Council Jewish Women
Greetings from Section
Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman, National President
National Counc.l Jewish Women
Addras ................................ ................"Council Points a Program for the Future"
.,,,_. ..............Mrs. H. U. Feibelman
Vocal Selection ... ..........................i..........................................
at the organ Mrs. Hannah Asher
"Mountain." Oscar Rasbach
...........................Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
Benediction............................ .........................
"Star Spangled Banner"
.............................Kaplan Hall
Reception............................................''...................__.__________________---------------------------
1:45 p. m. Membership Tea.
Mrs. Harry Barnhard............................................................................................-.......Chairman
Mrs. Lewis Brown............................................................................................................Prayer
Miss Charlotte Singer. PresidentGreetings, Council of Jewish Juniors
Skit"Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs"
Narrator..........................................................................................................Marian Zuckerman
Snow-Whit*................................................................................................................Elsie Rawlson
Prince Charming.......................................................................................................R. Weinstein
Dopey.......................................................................................................-...........Sophie Besvinick
Bashful...............................................................-.....................................-...................Ora Myers
Grumpy..........................................................................................................-...........Belle Tannen
Doc................................................................................................-...............................Tema Jam is
Sneezy...........................................-........................................................................Clair Elfenbein
Sleepy........................................................................................................................Rose Buchof
Happy....................................................................................................................Rose Goodmark
Mrs. Monte Seligintroducing Mrs. Murice L, Goldman. National President
Piano Selection......................................................................................Mrs. Maurice Salomon
Welcome to New MembersMrs. Maurice Jacobs. Mrs. George Gerson
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine............................................Miami Section Greetings
Reception
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CONGREGATION BETH DAVID |
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi7 Soutiiwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176

PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m. and
Friday evening 8:15.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
a. ii!.
Late Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:50.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
a. ii!.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p.
in.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.
Bi.
Bar-Mrtzvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD
GALA BOAT RIDE
Mrs. Harry Markowitz, chair-
man of one of the Sisterhood's
outstanding events of the year,
of the members and friends with
regard to the Gala Moonlight
Boat Ride sponsored by the Sis-
terhood, the evening of Tuesday,
November 28th- at 8:30 o'clock.
A splendid program has been
arranged to make the evening
most successful. In addition to
the Boat Ride, dancing, entertain-
ment and prizes will comprise the
program of the evening. The ad-
mission per ticket is a nominal
charge of fifty cents. Please
phone 2-1473 or 5-3539 for reser-
vations.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP TEA
In keeping with the tradition es-
tablished at Beth David Sister-
hood the Annual Membership Tea
is being arranged by the chair-
man. Mrs. Joseph Fine. The de-
tails of the program, the place
and date will be mentioned in
next week's issue.
BETH DAVID LIBRARY
Mrs. Samuel Ehrlich. chairman
of the Beth David Library has is-
sued a call to the members and
friends to aid us in the construc-
tive work of building up a com-
plete library for children and
adults of our Congregation. Those
who desire to contribute books for
this fine undertaking to our li-
brary, a committee will gladly
call for these booksphone 2-8650
or 2-1473.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
This Sabbath will be known as
"Hadassah Sabbath". It is deplor-
able that throughout the preced-
ing years particularly in the
Greater Mami area when "Hadas-
sah Sabbath" is observed its
members are conspicuous by their
absence from the Synagogual
services. Even though you are
financially active in the Zionist
movement which is very com-
mendable; yet we feel that there
is a certain superficiality when
we observe the idalistic chaos and
absence from such a service.
Men and women, especially Zi-
onists, attend the "Hadassah Sab-
bath" at the Synagogue.
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Louis Hayman assisted by the
Beth David Choir will chant the
Liturgic Melodies.
Mrs. Irvin Siege), representing
the local chapter of Hadassah, will
present the .'Highlights of Hadas-
sah Program". Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will discuss "The Truth
About Hadassah and Palestine";
in view of November 2. which
marks the 22nd anniversary of the
Balfour Declaration granting the
Jewish people the right to esta-
blish a homeland in Palehtine.
SABBATH SERVICES
Immediately after the regular
Traditional services which are
held from 8:30 to 10:30 Saturday
morning, the Junior Congregation
will conduct the services .for the
youths and adults. It is a pleasure
to note the increasing attendance
of these services from week to
week. It is a pleasant delight to
behold the active participation of
both the youth and the adult of
the community. Parents particu-
larly are urged attend with their
children every Saturday morning
at 10:30.
REFUAH-SHLAEMA"
We pray that the Almighty
send an immediate deserving cure
to the President of our Sister-
hood. Mrs. Isador Cohen who is
convalescing at the Chateau de
Sante. 6901 Coral Way. Coral
Gables, under the direct supervi-
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BETH DAVID CHOIR IN REHEARSAL
In the accompanying photograph is shown the choir of Beth David congregation aa they rehearse '
Mi vices. They are, left to right, Cantor Lewis Hayman, Mrs. Abraham F. Block, Mn. Joseph =*""'
,Mss Ida Smith, Mrs. Mildren Rubenstein. Mrs. William Weintraub, Mrs. Edna Freedman and '
x Shapiro Not Drcsent in the picture is Miss Beatrice Goldenblank. alio a member of th
A
sion of the superintendent of that
splendid institution, Dr. Alda
Sloan.
May the Almighty grant that
Mrs. Cohen be restored to us in
the near future with constant
sound health.
"BORl CH-HABO"
We extend to Miami's annual
visitor the once famous renowned
Cantor and composer Isaac Ka-
minsky.
We are greatly indebted to that
fine character for the many
known Liturgic compositions
which originally were composed
for the Beth David Institution;
practically all the melodies chant-
ed at the Sabbath and Late Fri-
day evening services are the cre-
ations of the beloved Cantor Isaac
Kaminsky.

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given orders that Jews in Nazi
concentration camps might be
flogged. "It was not uncommon.'
the report said, 'for two Elite
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barbaric tortures were ecpional.
At Buchenwald these things were
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