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VOL. 12NO. 44
MIAMI, FLORIDA., FRIDAY, NOV. 10TH, 1939
PRICE 10 CENTS
S. E. Zionist Groups
Convene At Atlanta
Atlanta- Ga. (Special to the
Jewish Floridian)Members of
the Zionist District, Senior Ha-
dassah, Junior Hadassah, Business
and Professional Hadassah and
youth groups in Atlanta have
combined to work tor a success-
ful convention when the South-
eastern Region of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America meets for
the second time here on Saturday
and Sunday, November 18 and 10.
General Chairman Robert M.
Travis has enlisted members of
all Zionist organizations in the
city to handle details of adminis-
tration and program of the meet-
The convention will open Sat-
urday. November 18, at 7:30 p. m.
with a meeting of the administra-
tive board, presided over by Rabbi
Abraham Chill, chairman; a presi-
dential address by Jake Felt and
the premier showing in America
of a new color film, "Tel Aviv,"
at 8:30; and a reception-at 10:30.
report on the world Zionist
Congress will be made during the
first business meeting Sunday
morning, as well as discussions
on organization and on regional
progress during the past year,
and a symposium on "The Path of
Morris Margulies, executive
secretary of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, will deliver the
main address of the convention at
the luncheon Sunday. Nomination
and election of officers and further ;
regional business will take place |
during the afternoon at the final
business session. Another film.
"Eretz Yisroel." will be shown at
the closing rally Sunday evening.
The complete program is as fol-
Saturday night, November 18th:
Registration; Meeting of Adminis-
trative Board. Rabbi A. Chill,
Chairman, presiding; Presidential
Address, Jake Felt; Premier
Showing, Color Film. "Tel Aviv";
Musical Program, Hebrew Selec-
tions; Informal Get Together for
Sunday, November 19th: Open-
ing Session; Greetings by Atlanta
Zionist Organizations; Regional
Progress, Report. Jake Felt; Re-
port on World Zionist Congress,
Mortimer May; Organization. Mes-
sage from National Headquarters,
Morris Margulies; Discussion;
Symposium. "The Path of the
People", Atlanta Zionist District;
Luncheon Session; Toastmaster,
Rabbi Harry H. Epstein; Address,
Morris Margulies; Palestinian
Songs. Hadassah Choral Group;
Delegates' Report and Discussion;
Regional Business; Reports of
Committees; Resolutions; Nomi-
nations and Elections; Southeast-
ern Zionist Conference Rally;
Palestine Film, "Eretz Yisroel";
Dominican Offer Is
Favored By Committee
Announcement was made by D.
C. Coleman, Sheriff of Dade
Clunty, of the appointment of
Morris Wroobcl, son of Rev. and
Mrs. Nathan Wroobel. to the po-
sition of Deputy Sheriff of Dade,
County. 'Mr. Wroobel attended
schools of the county, and is active
in local communal projects, being
a member of the Y. M. H. A-, the
Civic League of Miami Beach and
a worker for the Greater Miami
Federation of Jewish Welfare
Funds the past year.
New York (WNS)At least
4.000 Jews were forced to leave
Vienna for the Jewish state is
Polnad. according to an Associ-
ated Press Dispatch from Berlin
which said that Berlin authorities
have informed the Jewish com-
munity in Vienna that the city
must be free of all Jews by March
At a time when Germans from
F.stonia and Latvia were being
repatriated into the Reich thous- faction
ands of Viennese Jews of Vienna
and Maehrlsch-Ostrau. former
Czechislovakian city, were given
three days to leave the Reich. The
Associated Press erport said that
.the first contingent of 2,000 men
between the ages' of 18and 50 left
Vienna two wteks ago followed a
| week later by 2.000 more.
Endeks Unleash Pogroms
In Wilno; Many Injured
Kaunas. Lithuania (WNS)In-
dications of the seriousness of the
pogrom which raged in Wilnr for
three days last week were re-
vealed in advices reaching here
disclosing that riots and demon-
strations against the Jews had
been set off by anti-Semitil En-
deks (Polish Nationalists. During
the three or four days that elapsed
while the Russian army of occu-
pation was evacuating the city
and the Lithuanian army was
marching in to assume military
control. Wilno was without an au-
thoritative government. Taking
advantage of this situation the
Endeks unleashed a violent pog-
rom, plundering and robbing Jew-
Ish homes and stores, attacking
Jews in their homes and on 'he
streets of Wilno. As a result of
the disorders at least six Jews
were killed and hundreds seriously
injured. After a full day of virtu-
ally unchecked excesses, tanks and
troops of the evacuating Russian
army returned and dispersed the
(A United Press dispatch from
Kaunas disclosed that the disor-
ders started in the Wilno market
place when the price of bread was
more than doubled following the
nit urn of Wilno to Lithuanian
control. Demonstrations were
started by the Endeks to arouse
Polish sentiment against the Jews
whom they accused of profiteer-
Meanwhile a delegation ot
Wilno Jews presented itself to the
Lithuanian governor who assured
them that strong measures would
be taken to put an end to riots in
Wilno and that order would be
restored as soon as the Lithuanian
army arrived. Police rounded up
many of the Erjleks and held
them for trial before a military
The Lithuanian Government en-
listed 20 Jewish supernumerary
police in Wilno and will recruit
an additional 200, following the
recent Polish Nationalist (Endek)
disorders against Jews.
(London (WNS)Most of the
30,000 Polish refugees now living
in Wilno are Jews who may be ex-
pected to return to their homes
when conditions return to normal.
During their forced stay in Wilno
they will be provided for by relief
organizations such as the Red
Cross, the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee and others.
Meanwhile it is not anticipated
that they will be forced to return
to Poland while the risk of such
action is so menacing.
New York (WNS)Declaring
that "The Dominican Republic of-
fers the first immediate concrete
step toward clarifying many of
the problems inherent in settling
mass populations anywhere in the
world other than Palestine.''
James G. McDonald- chairman of
the President's Advisory Cimmit-
tee on Political Refugees, made
known President Roisevelt's satis-
that definite action can
now be taken to begin settling
European refugees in the Domi-
nican Republic. Ex-President
General Rafael L. Trujillo recent-
ly made an official announcement
that his country would admit im-
mediately 500 selected refugee
families without the usual pay-
ment of $500 as immigration fee.
In a statement made upon his
arrival from Washington. Mr.
McDonald said: "The Dominican
Government has just made a
written, precise proposal of terms
of settlement which look toward
the ultimate absorption of 100,000
"Significant in our minds is the
generous and realistic attitude of
the Minister to the United States
from the Dominican Republic. His
Excellency Andres Pastoriza, who
has stated on behalf of his Gov-
ernment that they are not actuated
only by humanitarian impulse but
by the fact that just as our
United States has been built into
a great nation by pioneers of other
lands, refugee immigrants will
further contribute to the construc-
tive progress of the Dominican
the necessity of soundly worked
out long term plans which must
however begin on a small, modest
"Conditions of life for the refu-
gees are reported favorable. Plans
provide agricultural settlement of
a non-sectarian nature with full
guarantees for free exercise of re-
ligion and all rights and prvileges
enjoyed by eit'zens of the Repub-
lic. Full citizenship is to be
granted in .two years.
"Settlement will take place un-
der the auspices of a non-profit
corporation, financed by interested
groups of Jewish Joint Agricul-
tural Corporation. Within the next
month it is expected that special-
ists in settlement projects will
leave for the Dominican Republic
to lay the foundation for future
"Since the future work of the
project depends largely on the hu-
man material involved, the refu-
gees, themselves, careful sjeps are
being taken in selecting men and
women who can settle successfully
in the Dominican Republic."
Wilno (WNS)The new gov-
ernor of Wilno installed by the
Lithuanian government, issued a
proclamation assuring all minori-
ties of equal representation in the >
government. Jews in Wilno, the I
proclamation declared, would have
a voice in the government council
equal to their population The
Jewish population in Wilno forms
the third largest group.
Kaunas, Lithuania (WNS)
Disorders and demonstrations in
the University here were strongly
denounced by the headmaster who
declared that ghetto benches for
Jewish students would not be tol-
erated. The announcement follow-
ed riots by Polish students who
refused to enter classrooms until
ghetto benches segregating Jewish
students were installed.
New York (WNS)The Su-
preme Soviet (Parliament) ap-
plauded when a deputy denounced
the ghetto benches in Lwow Uni-
versity, a "custom1 taken over by
the Poles from the Soviet Union's
friend for the momentNazi Ger-
many." G. E. R. Gedye. New York
Times correspondent in Moscow,
'The President's Advisory Com-
mittee has had the Dominican
experiment under careful and
tant consideration since the
Intergovernmental Committee V
Conference is Evian i July 1988.
"Preliminary studies made by
a Commission of experts selected
by Dr. Isiah Bowman, President
if John Hopkins University, lead-
ing authority on resettlement,
recommend settlement in the
Dominican Republic, pointing to
A meeting of the Board of Di-
rectors of the Greater Miami Fed-
eration of Jewish Welfare Funds
will be held Sunday. November
12th at 8:15 p. m at the McAl-
lister Hotel. Miami. The ratifica-
tion and approval or modification
of the proposed Budget for 1940
as submitted by the Budget Com-
mittee will be the primary pur-
pose of the meeting. The Budget
Committee will announce the quo-
ta to be raised during the 1940
campaign, the agencies that will
receive aid fron jhe Federations
and the allocations made to them.
All members are urged to be pres-
The Congress on Democracy
will be held at the Florida South-
ern College at Lakeland, Florida,
November 10th through the 12th
when outstanding members of
both national political parties and
representatives of state and na-
tional organizations interested In
sociological problems, will be the
principal speakers. During the
program a Chair of Democracy''
will be formally dedicated at Flo-
rida Southern College.
Twenty-six State-wide civic,
social. and political organi-
zations are sponsoring the Con-
gress on Democracy. The edu-
cational forces of the State, as
represented by Dr. Colin English,
Mr. R. P. Terry, former Chairman
of the State Board of Control, Mr.
James T. Wilson, Superintendent
of Schools of Dade County, Mr.
Ludd M. Spivey. President of the
Florida Southern College, and
Reverend Dick Evans, are the
moving forces behind the Con-
gress. The program will include
speeches by the Honorable Paul
V. MeNu.it, Federal Securities Ad-
ministrator, William F. Russell of
Columbia University. John Stude-
baker. United States Commission-
er of Education, Senators Pepper
and Andrews, Edgar H. Burman,
National Commander of the Jew-
ish War Veterans, Rabbi Morris
Lazaron of Baltimore. R. A. Gray,
Secretary of State, and the presi-
dents of several Nation-wide or-
THE JEWISH FLORID) AN
FRIDAY. NOV. 1QTH iflag
* SOCIAL ACTIVI TIES
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
The next meeting of Senior
Hadassah will be held at the
Alcazar Hotel in Miami, Monday
November 13th at .p. m. Mrs.
Max Dobrin. delegate of the Miam'1
chapter to the National Conven-
tion recenly held in New York
home of Mrs. I. Rosengarten, 618
S. W. 11th Ave.. Miami. Hostesses
for the evening will be Mrs. H, M.
Kagan and Mrs. Ely Levin. All
members and friends are urged to
attend as proceeds will go towards
the Talmud To rah Fund.
City, will give her report. A very pioXEER WOMEN
interesting program will be pre-
sented. All members are requested
to bring their J. N. F. boxes to
this meeting. All members,
friends and visitors are cordially
invited to attend.
Dr. Milton S. Saslaw announces
the opening of offices at 311
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
A formal tea at the home of
Miss Lillian Rubin, Sunday after-
noos and an informal party Wed-
nesday evening at the home of
Miss Joyce Oren. concluded the
Tri Beta Sorority's series of rush
The Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion of Greater Miami will hold
their regular meeting Wednesday
evening. November 15th at the
Beth Jacob Synagogue. Miami
Beach, Mrs. H. Seitlin, president
will preside. Plans for the Chanu-
ka Party which will be held De-
cember 17th in the Tel Aviv res-
taurant will be completed. De-
tails will be announced at a
bureau; greetings from Baron devah Malkeh for members
Hirsh Mover, incoming president; j friends Shabbos ( hanukah eve-
Rabbi Max Shapiro, installing of- ning December 9th; the latter pan
ficer; vocal selections by Mrs. of December the District will con-
Evelyn Raff, accompained by Mrs. j duct a public symposium^ on i
Melvin E. Davis; and benediction
by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
Reservations must be made by
November 14 with the telephone
and reservation commit'eo com-
posed of Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal.
Mrs. Stanley C. Meyers. Mrs.
Harry Kaufman. Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant. Mrs. Jack Diener. Mrs. Ed-
ward Friedman, Mrs. A. Rubin and
Mrs. Morris L. Cowan.
WILL BE GIVEN
The Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation, will hold a Stag Smoker
Wedneday evening. November 15th
at thr "Y" clubrooms. 1567 S. W.
5th Street, Miami. Entertainment
parties. The regular meeting of will be presented and refresh-
served. All members and
the Sorority will be held Sunday
eveinng at the home of the presi-
dent. Miss Charlene Ruskin, when
plans for the program of the en-
suing year will be presented and
accepted. Al members are urged
to attend. Mrs. George Chertkof
sponsors this group.
friends are cordially invjted to
AUXILIARY TO HOLD
The Ladies Auxiliary
Miami Jewish Orthodox
gabion will hold a Bridge and
Mai- Jong Party Sunday evening.
Mr. Earl Bobson announces the
opening of offices at 420 Congress
Bldg. He will conduct private in-
vestigations of all kinds. Mr.
Bobson attended N. Y. U. and has
Congre- been a resident of Miami for the
past five years.
"We Refuse To Be Undersell
155 W. FLAGLER ST.
A. Z. A. TO HOLD
The Miami A. Z. A. will spon-
sor a Boat Ride aboard the yacht
Seven Seas, Thanksgiving eve-
ning,. November 23rd. This is the
first in the series of affairs to be
given by this chapter in ,the ef-
fort to raise funds to enable them
to send representatives and teams
to compete at the Regional Con-
vention to be held in Augusta
Ga.. December 26th, 27th and 28th.
Music for dancing will be fur-
nished by an orchestra and a floor-
show will be presented. Tickets
may be obtained from any mem-
ber or at the Pier. All members
and friends are urged to attend.
TO BE HELD
Friday. November 10th at 2 p.
m. at the home of Mrs. Morris Al-
pert, at 1400 Lenox Avenue. Miami
Beach, the Miami Section Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
will hold their regular weekly
Forum- The guest speaker of the
afternoon will be Rev. Joseph
Barth of the First Unitarian
Church in Miami. Rev. Barth has
chosen for his subject "What
J. W. B. ANNUAL INSTAL-
LATION TO BE HELD
A. L. Nilson executive sec
oe the pimcipal speaker at the ,;__ ^
o,.i n : llons on Armistice Day."
annual installation dinner and | ...... M w ... ,.
dance to be given by the Jewish ""' t J] **,nWe"> W'U dJ""
Uelfare Bureau and its auxiliary STto controversial prob-
:'t ''>:30 p. m. Sunday. November
Kosher Killed Chickens Can Be
Obtained when Shoched is on Duly
& EGG CO.
317 N. W. Fifth Street
Rev. H.M. Kagan is on premises
all day Thursday, and Friday
morning and during the week
19, at the Victor Hotel, Miami
Stanley C. Meyers, toastma.ster,
will introduce Mr. Nilson and
present the following program:
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, invoca-
tion; reports by Mrs. Ida Optner.
president auxiliary; Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose, executive secretary, and R.
R. Auler, retiring president of the
REV. J. MALEK
300 N. W. 16th Are.
Here Is Sweet Butter
AT YOUR GROCERS
Be or Not To Be Natura^
one of the phases of our Person-
ality Garden. Persuing the Arm-
istice Day theme Mrs. Elmer Las-
kin will play American patriotic
selections with group singing by
the audience. Mrs. Weinstein will
give a brief perusal of Jews in
Contemporary Drama, from Jo-
seph Mersands book, "Traditions
in American Literature." Re-
fseshments will be served. Admis-
sion will be twenty-five cents per
person. All members and friends
are cordially invited to attend.
At a meeting of the Executive
commence the Fall membership
held last week it was decided to
drive with a public meeting on
November 26th at which time a
nationally known speaker will at-
tend. Following this will be Mele-
Shepard Nicholas Simpson
Who Passed Away
November 11, 1938
Loved Son and
"A l.os.s Forever New'
phases of Zionism and in January
the District will have the honor
to present a public lecture by the
national vice president of our or-
ganisation Rabbi Joseph 11. Book-
stein The District has also in-
stituted a move to call during the
winter a conference of Mizrachi
leaders from the Southern states
for the purpose of establishing a
Southern Mizrachi Region with
Atlanta. Ga.. because of its cen-
tral location, suggested as a pos-
sible meeting place. Details of the
above affairs will be announced
at a later date.
Funeral services for Jacob
Becker, 78 years old, prominent
communal worker in Miami and
Miami Beach who succumbed to
an illness Sunday, were conducted
Monday by Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off. Burial was held in the Jewish
section of Woodlawn Cemetery
with the Nicely Funeral Home in
charge. He is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Rachel Becker; a son
Frank, and a grandson Bernard
Becker, all of Miami Beach; three
brothers, David Becker of Miami
and Isidor and Israel Becker of
Brooklyn, and two sisters, Mrs.
Sarah Schafer of Miami Beach
and Mrs. Hannah Poldy of
The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will
hold a Mah Jong and Bridge
Party at the Evans Hotel, Miami
Beach, Wednesday afternoon,'
November 15th. Refreshments will
be served. Proceeds of the affair
will go towards the support of
the Beth Jacob Religious School
and the endowment of a ward at
the St. Francis Hospital. All;
members and friends are cordially
invited to attend.
Mrs. Edward Scheer and Mrs.
Gus Kuland were hostessi
bridge party in honor of
wedding anniversaries at Mis.
Scheers home- 1770 S. W. h
trect. Refreshments were
and entertainment present'
Mrs. Ralph Gitlin and Mr .V.
Weiner. Those attending were
Mesdames Louis Levinson. \\
Weiner. Ralph Gitlin, Jack Apte,
Ix>uis Levy, and Joseph Cami r.
The hostesses were presented
gilts by those present-
The marriage of Miss N- .>
Shaff. daughter of Mr. and Mr*.
; I-ouis Shaff to Mr. Sidney Kaplan
will take place Sunday, Nov.
i ber 12th at 5 p. m. at Beth Da\:
piro officiating. Following the
ceremony a reception and open
house will be held at the home of
the bride's parents, 1612 S. W.
Nth Terrace, Miami, from 6 p. m.
to 8 p. m. No invitations have
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1939
VOLUME 12NUMBER 44.
Faith In The Future
Shocking reports reach us from Europe. If one assumed
that the regime of persecution against the Jews in Germany
coud not be surpassed in frightfulness, the latest reports prove
that there is no limit to Nazi cruelty. Jews in Austria, Czechd
sovakia and Germany proper, are hounded from their homes
and shipped to the Jewish "reservation" in Poland.. The Jews
in the German section of Poland are subjected to stark terror.
Many of our people have succumbed to a mood of utter
despair and hopelessness- They feel the Jewish tragedy has as-
sumed unheard of proportions, and faced with Jewish suffer-
ing of such magnitude, abandon hope for a brighter future.
We must steel ourselves against such despondent conclu-
sions. Prior to 1933 we were too optimistic. Moat Jews felt con-
fident that "the great cultured" German nation would not
elevate the ex-corporal demagogue Adolf Hitler to the position
of supreme dictator and that the Jews in Germany were safely
and securely entrenched in their position. Today we are erring
in the opposite direction. We tend to be too pessimistic. Some
This spirit of defeatism ia the greatest danger facing our
community. It is bound to destroy courage and paralyze our
efforts for our suffering brethren abroad. History does not
follow a straight line. It zig-zags. During the thousands of
years of human history, reaction has often followed in the wake
of progress. Dark pages have alternated with brighter epochs.
But throughout, the march of progress, is continued
Mankind is groping toward a new and better *"
the way is beset by almost insurmountable obstacles. Slavery
of the olden times, the serfdom of the Middle Ages, has been
^ ^conscience of the world is not dead. Those counties
which in these dark hours of history abandon human standard^
and make their contribution to Jewish suffering, are weaken^
ing themselves in the eyes, of that part of the world wfccMs
horror stricken by Nazi cruelty and which is looking forward
to Z when mankind wil* be liberated from this menace
to liberty and civilization._____________________--------------__
designated as a "Father and Sons'
A large attendance is expected
at this coming meeting next Tues-
day night, November 14th. The
meeting will be held at the Y. M-
H. A. building. Fathers are urgod
to bring their sons, and, in tO
probability, the sons will encour-
age the attendance by their te-
The meeting of the Student
Union (known aa Jewish Cultural
Society) at the University of Mi-
ami was postponed last week on
aeeounit of I inclement weather.
Your writer. Co-Chairman of this
Committee has notified the Jew-
ish fraternity and sorority groups
of the first meeting this Thurs-
day. We hope to report favorably
upon the developments during the
SUh-y L. SefU
Honorable Colin English, guest
peaker at the next regular meet-
ing of Sholom Lodge, who is com-
ing here from Tallahassee to ad-
dress the Lodge, has advised your
Meetings Chairman that the sub-
ject will be "Youth in Democracy.,
A timely subject matter, indeed,
and appropo the occasion which ifl
The dignity, charm and intelli-
gence displayed by Mrs. Maurice
L. Goldman, President of The Na-
trinal Council of Jewish Women,
throughout the whirlwind of morn-
ing, afternoon and evening pro-
grams, imbued all present with
the strength of her personality.
Her kaelodiscopic knowledge of
human affairs, her deep rooted
interest in the organization she
heads and her desire to help the
unfortunate men. women and chil-
dren throughout the world deeply
affected and held spell bound the
large audience at Temple Israel
Sunday night. Mrs. Goldman at
length discussed the important
projects embraced by The Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women. She
reminded us that its program was
ever changing, changing so as to
meet the needs of a harrowing and
distressed and chaotic world. She
reviewed the work of the National
Council of Jewish Women from its
inception in 1893 by the dearly
beloved Hannah G. Solomon to the
present day. It can readily be un-
derstood why the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women has made a
for itself in the forces of organ-
ized American womanhood. With
a broad and humanitarian pro-
gram in immigration- social bet-
terment, promotion of peace, so-
cial legislation, it is definitely a
a factor for good and encourage-
ment in the world of today. Mrs.
Goldman stressed the belief that
it is essential for Jewish women
of divergent points of view, of all
shades of Jewish faith to have a
common meeting ground, for the
discussion of problems and pro-
motion of projects on which they
are in general agreement, and
about which they feel a like re
sponsibility. Without such a com-
mon meeting ground, Jewish wo-
men would be divided into oppos-
ing camps, corresponding to their
particularistic views on Judaism
and Jewish life. The National
Council of Jewish Women is the
organization that provides this
meeting ground for exchange of
views and common action. The
make-up of the organization helps
to prevent Hhe development of
mental barriers and the creation
of sharply divided units.
Mrs. Dale James, President of
the Young Women's Christian
Ashociation, Mrs- L J. Caffery.
President of the Dade County
Federation of Women's Clubs and
Mr. Stanley C. Meyers, President
of the Greater Miami Federation
of Jewish Welfare Funds spoke on
the relationship of their respective
organizations with the Miami Sec-
tion National Council of Jewish
Women. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, de-
livered the Invocation and Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman the Benedic-
tion. Mrs. H. U. Feibelman and
Mrs. Hannah Asher provided the
musical program. Mrs. Benjamin
LeVine, president of the local
chapter brought greetings from
the Miami Section.
The membership tea was a huge
success. Chuckles and laughter ac-
companied the skit offered by the
young and talented Juniors. Miss
Charlotte Singer. Junior President
made a plea for members, for the
daughters of the Senior members.
Those attending were inspired,
and moved by Miss Singer's plea.
With such leadership at the helm
the Juniors will eucceed and en-
large their membership.
ensuing school year. This is a
most fertile field fir work at
Miami U. because .of the large
Jewish enrollment and the cosmo-
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TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHIXEAJJ J. BISON)
Add to your list of the horrors of modern warfare: British
. Inside information trickling out of Germany over the
radio comedians are now permitted to take cracks at Hitler,
subterranean grapevine is to the effect that the higher military
leaders of the Nazis are getting fed up with Hitler's interfer-
ence in purely military affairs. ... Sir Neville Henderson,
pre-war British ambassador to Germany, who knows what he's
talking about, intimates that Julius Sfcreicher may be a much-
maligned man. S. Neville says that many of the anti-
Jewish cruelties commonly ascribed to Streicher were person-
ally ordeerd by Badolf. Believe-it-or-not department:
That wide-open mouthpiece of Nazism, the Voelkische Boebach-
ter, still bellows that Germany is a land of justice. Our
favorite wit among the commentators, Harry Hershfield, ut-
tered a nifty the other day when he was told of the report. that
Hitler is suffering from a recurrence of his old throat disease.
. "There's nothing wrong with Hitler that a funeral can't
fix" was Harry's retort. .
The reason why the Refugee Conference at Washington is
something of a flop is because the French and British Govern-
ments take the stand that after the war th
refuge. ... As a matter of fact, so convinced are the Allies
lhat before long the Hitler government will l>e a thing of the
past that they believe that as soon as the war is over many of
the refugees who are now looking for a honite will be rushing
back to Germany. Don't lay any bets on Hitler's death
becoming the biggest news story in the history of American
newspaperdom. ... If he should die while still riding high
his obituary in the Times will be seven columns long, and no
more. ... It's all prepared- What we personally hope for
is a two-line item buried among the ads in, say. I960, saying:
"Adolf Hitler, who once fooled a lot of people died in his
padded cell." That new Brooklyn daily which Johannes
Steel and A. Spiro are reported to be launching is, we are told,
intended primarily as an election sheet, and not pro-Roosevelt
either. The news that the names of all Father Coughlin's
affiliates will be chanped to include the words "worker" and
"American" Is Interesting indeed. ... It reminds us of the
fact that the full name of the Nazi party is "Nationalist So-
cialist German Workers' Party-'' ...
There's something tragic about the posters which the Po-
lish travel agency in New York still features, inviting Ameri-
cans to visit its "picturesque and flourishing" country. ...
Don't miss the December issue of True Story Magazine. .
Helen Vooros who testified before the Dies Committee, tells
more than she ever told bef ose about her experiences in a Bund
camp- And will the faces of the Nazi followers of Fritz
Kuhn be red when they read Helen's confessions! The
business men of New York's East 86th StreeU are launching a
vigorous publicity campaign to clear their district of the pro-
Nazi stigma bestowed on it by the noisy1 Bund adherents. .
Which reminds us of Walter Winchell's new name for the Bund
the Kuhn-Klux-Klan- Jimmy Fidler, widely syndicated
Hollywood columnist, suggests that British fliers drop Hedy
Lamarr'i picture into German territory instead of propaganda
leaflets. ... By howing them what they're massing that'll
top them from fighting, he claims.
YOU 8H0ULD KNOW
When the whole story of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee's work in these'days of crisis will be told you'll realize that
its leaders) deserve a whole bouquet of orchids for one of the;
swellest jobs of refugee reconstruction ever done. Jacoh
Epstein's Bust of Dr. Stephen S. Wise, which presented to Dr.
Wise by his friends, will adorn the library of the Jewish Insti-
tute of Rebgion. ... To those who ask why he isn't taking
the bust home Dr. Wise explains: "Two Wise facea in one
house would be too much for any family to bear." Justice;
Irving Lehman's speech at the closing dinner of the Palestine
Pavilion made a strong Zionistie impression. The non-
Zionist leader feels deeply annofed because the Refugee Con-
ference at Washington didn't mention Palestine as a possible
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FRIDAY. NOV. 10TH. 1939
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
1546 S. W. TMri Street
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNU. Ra-*i
RABBI'b RLSIDBNCE: 919 S. W. 13tk Ceurt; Phne 3-6192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily servicts: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED '
\- B meeting held Tuesday
night the officers and Board of
Directors were elected for the en-
suing year. The following have
been chosen to serve: president.
H. M. Drevich: If. Rifas. first vice
president; E. Albert Pallot. second
vice president; Abraham Pepper,
treasurer; George Chcrtkof, finan-
cial secretary; and Leon Iieber-
man, corrsponding secretary. The
following are to serve on Ithe
Board of Directors: I. Rosengart-
en. W. Clein, M. Mintzer, S. Sil-
ver, M. Rappaport. S. Kaplan.
Fred Shochet. L. Pallot N. Blum-
berg. H. Gabbe. and M. Kupfer-
The committee for the Talmud
Torah was also appointed at this
meeting. Those appointed were:
Max Rifas, chairman. Maurice
Grossman, George Chertkof, E.
Gordon and Fred K. Shochet.
It will be the task of this com-
mittee to work out a comprehen-
eive program for the Talmud To-
rah and its activities.
The Ladies Auxiliary will spon-
sor a Bridge and Mah Jong party
this \Sunday evening. November
12th at 8 p. m. in the home of
Mrs. I. Rosengarten, 618 S. W.
11th Ave. A most cordial invita-
tion is extended to all friends to
The Bar Mitzvah of Edward A.
Gleich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mich-
ael Gleich of 1883 S. W. 5th St.,
will be held on this Sabbimon,
will be held on this Sabbath.
We take this pleasant opportunity
to greet the parents and the Bar
JEWISH RADIO HOUR
An Armistice Day program will
be presented by Rabbi Abraham
A. Kellner on the Jewish Hour
over Station WIOD at 3 p. m. on
Sunday afternoon. November 12th.
Professor Louis K. Manlcy of the
University of Miami will speak on
"Can the United States Stay Out
of the War" and our anti---v.ir
playlet will be dramatized by Mrs.
George Chertkof and Miss Alberta
Tannenbaum and accompanied on
the piano by Miss Josephine Rax-
We chronicle with profound re-
grets the death of the late Mr.
Jacob Becker olov hasholom and
beg to extend
The success of the Buds that
accompanied their last project has
heartened them greatly and they
expect to put the money gained
to a very good use to be an-
nounced later. The educational
progam that has been mapped out
for them by their sponsor- Mrs.
George Chertkof, is proceeding
very rapidly and the Habanoth
Chapter of Miami is very proud of
this youngest group.
The Girls of the White and Blue
At the last meeting held by the
Girls of the Blue and White, the
sponsor Mrs. Louis Katz, out-
lined some of the activities
planned for the group. An enthu-
siastic response was made to the
suggestions and fine things are to
be hoped for from this group. The
Thanksgiving program is to be
presented at their Thanksgiving
The study of Hebrew and the
actual practices of the observances
of our faith, has begun. The meet-
tings will continue to be held at
the Rabbi's him under the spon-
sonrship of Mrs. Kellner.
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FRIDAY, NOV. 10TH. 1939
THE JEWISH TLOEIDIAW
- THE Y. M. H. A.
(BY HAKRY SCHWARTZ)
Our Executive Director reports
that he has arranged a splendid
program for Thanksgiving Eve,
Wednesday. November 29th. The
feature attraction of the evening
will be the University of Miami
string quartet. We have been very
fortunate in procuring this fine
array of talented musicians thru
the courtesy of Miss Bertha
Foster, Dean of the School of
Music of the University of Miami,
The main speaker of the evening
will be Mr. George L. Swan of
Homestead, Fla.. editor of the
Florida Cracker. Mr- Swan is a
very fine friend of the Jews and
has spoken in various places
throughout this area so favorably
about our people that we feel it
a great honor to have him with
We ask all of you to, jot this
date down in your diary and make
no other appointments for that
On Wednesday. November 22nd
the V. W. H. A. will sponsor a
card party at the "Y". Mrs. Al
Reisman is chairman of this affair
and requests all members of the
Y. W. and Y. M. to attend this
party. Many prizes will be award-
ed. Admission is only 25 cents.
Proceeds of this affair will go to
the Library Fund.
NEWS AROUND TOWN
We regret to inform you that
Herman Waitsman, member of
our Board of Directors and Chair-
man of our Finance Committee, is
ill in bed due to an accident that
occured at his place of business.
Herman is an ardent worker for
the "Y" and all of us miss him.
We hope that when he reads these
columns he will be well on the
road to recovery. Get well quick,
Herman, we all miss you. As
you read these columns, our Ex-
ecutive Director. Maurice Gross-
man, will be in Lakeland, Florida,
attending the Congress on Demo-
cracy at Florida Southern Uni-
versity as a representative of the
Y. M. H. A. This is one of the
finest undertakings ever spon-
sored and we are awaiting with
interest the return of our Execu-
tive Director to give us his ver-
sion of this great event. ... At
the election of officers held Tues-
day night, last, at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Synagogue, E.
Albert Pallot was elected 2nd
vice-president, Leon Lieberman,
recording secretary Fred Shochet,
Henry :Gabbe, Nat Blumberg.
Louis Pallot, Max Mintzer were
elected to the Board of Directors
of the Synagogue. Congratula-
tions and good luck to all of you.
Attention everyoneOur Ex-
ecutive Director requests all
those who have rooms to rent or
board to furnish to please com-
municate with him at once giving
him full particulars. We have re-
ceived many inquiries from out of
town for rooms and lodging and
we are now preparing a liht of the
same. This is an accommodation
that the "Y" gives "gratis." An-
other instance of Y. M. H. A. ser-
CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR
THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER
November 12Three Act Play,
comedy, "Go Ahead." Y. M. H. A.
November 13Open meeting,
Junior Division, guest speaker,
Mr. Jos. Berman.
November 15Smoker. Men's
November 22Y. W. H. A.
November 22Y. M. H. A.
Board of Directors meeting.
November 27Lecture by Mrs.
Etta LeVine. "Aims and Principles
of the National Council of Jewish
November 29 Thanksgiving
celebration, guest speaker, enter-
THREE ACT COMEDY
On Sunday evening. November
12th at 8:30 o'clock, the Y. M. H.
A. Stock Company will render a
three act comedy entitled "Go
Ahead." Mr. .Samuel Hollender,
our coach, reports that all the
players are in tip-top shape and
a good performance is promised
to those who will attend.
We urge all of our friends and
readers of this column to encour-
age these players so that they
may continue their work in Dra-
matics. If you will attend and
give them encouragement- it will
be an incentive and an inducement
for them to give us more plays.
Admission is only 25 cents for
adults and 15 cents for children.
Remember the dateSunday. No-
vember 12th at the Y. M. H. A.,
1567 S. W. 5th St.
A very enthusiastic luncheon
meeting of the Rth Annual Dance
Committee was held at the Pala-
tial Kosher Restaurant last Mon-
day with E. Albert Pallot presid-
ing, tickets wese distributed and
the various sub-committees ren-
dered reports. From present indi-
cations this affair promises to be
a "sell out", judging from the
enthusiasm shown by the mem-
bers of the committee. Harry
Schwartz, chairman of the Music
and Entertainment Committee, as-
sisted by Henry Gabbe and Sidney
Stcpkin while not divulging their
plans have promised that we will
have an excellent band and out-
standing entertainment. By the
way Aaron Weinkle purchased
$25.00 worth of tickets for the
first sale of the Dance. Watch Al
Pallot go to town now.
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for details of our 8th Annual
Dance which will be held at the
Cinderella Ball Room on Sunday,
Dtvember 17. Tickets are only
$1.00 per person and may be ob-
tained from any member of the
Committee or at the "Y" office.
A very interesting lecture was
delivered at the "Y" last Monday
evening when Dr. Iverson, Pastor
of the Presbyterian Church of
Shenandoah delivered a lecture on
"True Conditions in Germany." be-
fore a capacity audience. Rever-
end Iverson told of his detailed
experiences in Nazi land and had
the audience spell bound.
Our own friend Rev. "Dick"
Evans spoke on the coming Con-
gress on Democracy in Lakeland,
Florida. Dr. Samuel Beckman
On Monday evening, November
13th, Mr. Joseph Berman, our Vo-
cational Guidance Director, will
speak at an open meeting of this
division. Everyone is invited to
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
S2r. Michigan Avenue
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
An excellent entertainment was
given by this division on Tuesday
evening, last, under the able
leadership of Captain Marion
Shindell. The audience was amazed
and proud since it was taken over
by Mrs. Shindell.
An essay contest was recently
hesd by this troop and prizes were
First prize: Irene Jacobs.
Second prize: Gloria Martin.
Honorable mention: Sonya
Shindell, Judith Wolpert, Lenore
A Men' Smoker will be held at
the "Y" next Wednesday evening,
November 15th. Fine entertain'
ment and plenty to eat. drink and
smoke will be the feature of the
FINE SADDLE HORSES
Special Riding Instruction
Riding from 7 A. M. to 3:30 P. M.
North Miami Riding Academy
13575 N. E. 6th Ave. 1'hone 7-2(C2
302 Euclid Ave.
And Extends A Cordial
Invitation To All To Spend The
Season With Them
Special Diets Taken Care Of
IS NOW OPEN
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
Shachriss: 7 and8 a. m. daily;
8:30 Saturday morning.
Mincha: 5:15 daily.
Maariv: 5:45 daily.
Rabbi Moschetoff will preach
this Saturday morning on the
theme "Armistice?" He will speak
tion of the Week."
at Shalosh S'oodoss on "The Por-
A record enrollment in our daily
and Sunday sessions is constantly
increasing. Parents are urged to
enroll their children between the
ages of 5 and 16 in our daily
school held from 3:30 to s:00 p. m.
and in the Sunday Sessions held
from 10:00 to 12:00 each Sunday
Because of its large enrollment
class IV has been subdivided into
two groups, one under the direc-
tion of Miss Josephine Raxin, the
other under the direction of Mrs.
B. Feldman. The largest attend-
ance last week was that of class
II under the direction of Mrs.
Yenkin. Perfect attendance was
had in classes IV, IVA and V.
Our two High School courses,
open for children between the
ages of 13 and 16 still have room
for newcomers. Taught in them
are Amercian-Jewish history, post-
Biblical literature, contemporary
Jewish history, and the discus-
sion of contemporary Jewish prob-
lems and trends. The courses are
given by attorney H. Turk and
Miss B. Sugarman.
Our Habanoth are busy prepar-
ing for their first public enter-
taijiment; of this season to be
given on Sunday evening. Decem-
ber 17th. They will present the
play, "The Old Order" and a pro-
gram of music and entertainment.
The club is sponsored by Mrs.
M. Meseheloff. Miss Beula Sugar-
man is developing a Habanoth
Glee Club. A junior Habanoth for
girls between the ages of 12 and
15 is being organized, and will
moot for the first time shortly.
All girls interested are asked to
communicate with the Rabbi.
The Miami Beach Mizrachi will
hold a regular meeting this Sat-
urday night at the Synagogue. An
interesting program has been
has been prepared. All men and
women, interested in the ideals of
the Mizrachi, "Eretz Yisroel L'Arn
Pi Torass Yisroel," are cordially
THE WEEKS MEETINGS
Sunday at 7:30 the A. Z. A. will
meet in Room II.
Monday evening at 7:00 the Ha-
banoth will meet in Room I.
Tuesday evening and Thursday
evening the Council Americaniza-
tion classes are conducted in
Wednesday evening one Pioneer
Women will meet in the auditor-
Thursday evening at :30 the
Young Judeans will meet in the
The deepest sense of loss is felt
by the officers, members of the
Board of Directors and member-
ship at large of our congregation
at the demise if Mr. Jacob Be, h-
er, past president and one of the
founders of our Congregation.
Our sincerest condolences to the
bereaved. May God comfort them
in their sorrow.
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CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
Office Phone 2-1473
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176
Daily services at 7 a. m- and
Friday evening 8:15.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
Late Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.
Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
In view of the Armistice Day
program in the United States on
A board meeting of the Beth
David Sisterhood was held Wed-
nesday morning at 10 o'clock in
the Beth David Auditorium. Mrs.
Isidor Cohen whose present ill-
ness has compelled her to tempo-
rally vacate the presdent's chair,
has appointed Mrs. Irving Siegal
president pro tem. Mrs. Irving
Siegal presided at the board meet-
ing and outlined the program for
the coming month.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP TEA
Mrs. Joseph Fine, chairman, has
completed arrangements on the
membership tea which will be an
event of the month, on Wednesday
afternoon, December 13th, at 2
p. m. at the Alcazar Hotel.
Mrs. Fine is being assisted
by Mrs. Stanley Meyers, pro-
gram chairman and Mrs. Sam
\Vei6sel. refreshment chairman.
Full details will appear in another
ANNUAL CHANUKAH DINNER
Mrs. Siegal appointed Mrs.
November 11th- Rabbi Max Sha- Louis Gordon to head the commit-
piro will discuss the subject "Wars tee on arrangements for the Sis-
Must Come!!" during the services|-
this Friday evening at 8:15. Can-
tor Louis Hayman, assisted by the
Beth David Choir will chant the
An open Forum will follow the
discussion immediately after the
services fir children and adults
Auditorium. Mrs. Ben Handle will
serve as Chairman of the Sister-
hood committee during the social
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O.
69S6 Indian Creek Drive-U6
Either or b..th Of the Rabbis will bt In the
consult With them on matter, concernlne th. Jew,.I < ommu
You will be aMUrad jympathellc
each matter will held la
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
30 N. E. 31st St.:-&<
Temple every mornlnx.
tty. or yU:- pel tonal problems.
hearing and advice, and. needless to say.
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
Junior Congregation: The Jun-
ior Congregation will hold its
services for chilrren and adults
Saturday morning at 10:30.
'Bar-Mitzvah" Group: The
"Bar-MiUvah" group will meet
Sunday morning from 9 to 10 un-
der the direction of Louis Gadon;
boys of 12 and over are eligible
Talmud-Torah: Over 70 chil-
dren have registered in the daily
Hebrew School comprising one-
third of the total registration of
the Sunday School. This marks a
a very high average for a daily
Hebrew School though it does not
indicate that the majority of the
children in the community are re-
ceiving religious instruction. It is
unfortunate that the parents are
so ignorant as to permit hundreds
of their children to go without
terhood's annual Chanukah dinner
to be given Sunday evening, De-
Tickets to the Boat Ride being
arranged for Tuesday evening,
November 28 at 8:30 p. m. on the
Seven Seas yacht are going rap-
idly. Mrs. Sam Ehrlich and Mrs.
Nathan Kromash are assisting
Mrs. Harry Markowitz in h.er
plans for this evening of enter-
The Sisterhood is pleased to an-
nounce that Mrs. Harry Marko-
witz has very kindly donated sev-
eral potted plants for the decora-
tion of the altar in the synagogue.
Board members please note that
the regular monthly meeting will
take place hereafter every third
Tuesday morning of the month at
ten o'clock in the Beth David Au-
"Do not withdraw thyself from
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening. November 10th.
1939, Armistice sermon, Arms
and the Man." by Dr. Jacob H.
' Even the rebuilding of the
Temple in Jerusalem is not as im-
portant as the teaching of chil-
A record registration of 250
children composes the list of pu-
following staff of competent
folowing staff of competent
teachers is in charge of instruc-
Mrs. Leona Levin, kindergarten.
Miss Edith Hollender. class 1.
Mrs. I. Seligman, class 2.
Miss Harriet Damenstein, class
Miss Dorothy Lightman, class
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, class 5.
Mrs. Sadie Weinberg, class 6.
Mr. Fred Brody, class 6.
Mrs. Jules Pearlman, class High
Belov, >-lass High
Mrs. 1. M. WeinSi-ein. class High
Mr. Morten Israd. High School
3 and 4.
Mr. Nathan Zwittnan. High
School 3 and 4.
Mr. David Freedman, Instructor
Parents of children in the Re-
ligious School are invited to visit sober deliberation-
fbr the afternoon. Dr. William
Henry McMaster. professor of
Religious Education at the Unri-
iversity of Miami and formerly
Doctor of Law at the Ohio Wes-
leyan University will be the guest
speaker for the afternoon. He will
discuss a timely subject of cur-
the classes, and to present their
problems directly to the teachers.
"May the father of peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
The Yahrzeit of Shepard Nich-
olas Simpson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Simpson, will be commem-
orated in our services this Friday
1. Friday evening services at
8:15 p. m.
2. Religious School, Sunday
mornings at 10:00 a. m.
3. Adult Bible Class. Sunday
mornings at 10:00 a. m.
4. Hebrew Classes, Mondays
and Wednesdays at the Temple;
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1435
Drexel Ave.- Miami Beach, from
3:30 to 6:00 p. m.
1VNAI B'RITH NOTES
(Continued from Page :!)
poli'.an nature of the group re-
cently matriculating there.
Sholom Idge is proud to re-
port that 250 books of literary
and cultural value have been do-
nated by the Lodge to the Univer-
sity of Miami Library. The Uni-
versity has acknowledged with
thanks its appreciation of this
splendid addition to its library.
Your reporter overlooked a I u-
moroua incident which occurred
during the October regular meet-
ing. It was brought to our af
tion and with vivid recollect
here it is for your enjoymei
Bro. Hen LeVine, vanguard of the
Treasury, in making an intense
and fiery argument in favor of
the retention of the $5.00 init
iii, fee requirement, became so
involved in the excitement of I
speech, that he applauded him-
self when seated. (This bit "f
humor was suggested by Bl
The Nominating Commute
make its report at next Tuesday
night's meeting. We presume that
the Committee has met and i:-
choice is. based upon sane and
personal prejudices and Sana
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charge of the social hour which
will follow the regular meeting,
and Mrs. Stanley Meyers is ar-
ranging an interesting pogrram f
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