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The Jewish Floridian ( December 1, 1939 )

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wJewisti Fllendliiai HI i% i VOL. 12—NO. 47 £5553 Tlhe Jiewtslh HJiniilty 3&JL AMAATJAA \UJULMJ& H MIAMI. FLORIDA., FRIDAY, DEC. 1ST, 1939 I'KU'E 10 CENTS Deprive Citizenship lo Rumanian Jews .don (WNS)—Revision of naturalization lists in Rumania and i naming of two avowed antiSemite* to the new Rumanian cabinet set up last week by PreI ii George Tatarescu have caused grave apprehension among; tht Jewish population estimate at ••OO.OOO, according to informed Bources in Bucharest which disposed that Rumanian Jews had hoped for a softening in anti'Jewish serrtiment following the appointment of Tatarescu. considered a liberal democrat and friendly to the .Tews. According to official figures made public in Bucharest, a total of 225,222 Jews, or more than 30 per cent of those examined, have I n derpived of Rumanian citizenship under the revision of naturalization lists instituted during the anti Semitic regime of the late Alexander Cuza and recently completed. Deprivation of citizenship means economic ruin for approximately 225.000 Jews and their families since it imposes upon them the status of aliens remaining in the country without the right to work. The appointment of two known anti-Semites to important ministerial posts in the new Cabinet, both of whom were members of the Cuza-Goga fascist anti-Jewish cabinet, is an indication that the government intends to maintain friendly relations with the Nazi regime for economic reasons in view of recent threats from Berlin. All Jewish inhabitants of Bessarabia denationalised in the recent citizenship revision have been classified as foreigners and ordered to appear before the police to have their residential rights controlled i and established. The majority of' them are Bessarabianborn. HERE AND THERE Federation Commitments Completely Paid Stanley C. Myers, president of National Home for Jewish Ch %  %  II%  .. |*he Greater Miami Federation of drew, Denver, National Jewish HosJewish Welfare Funds issued the following statement last Thursday CULTURAL SOCIETY TO BE FORMED nFS£%&T&&& \&J\JRi cvenin • the J*w> Floridia see the formation of the Jewish Culwas going to press. tural Society of Greater Miami, for .... ... ., the purpose of delving into the realm lt ls wlth Jfreat pleasure that r!n J fnT?h ISfSJiT" Fur,ner P |an am able to announce that as of call for the establishment of a Jewish „„ ., „ Cultural Centre. November 30, 1939. of the total pital. Denver. OVERSEAS American Ort Federation, Hadassah (Including Youth Aliyah), Jewish Schools i n Poland (W. C. DEATH THREATS SENT THROUGH U. S. MAILS %  ;HT," t r Ca F d a i.ed ar ryi n8 HV leT""" !" has been P aid Participating agenlive. ... To have peace and pros-'cies, included in the 1939 bugeted penty forever each Nation must kill .. „,• ., ,, their own Jews. When the last hour allocations are the following: pledges to that date of $83,470.74, P.). Medem Sanitorium (W. C. P.). 92 per cent thereof or $70,741.18 National Labor Committee for Jewish Workers in Palestine. Pioneer Women's Organization Projects, Palestine Hebrew Culture Fund. Palestine F'avillion at New York World's Fair. United Jewish Appeal—Comprising: American Jew"State" Plan Success Skeptical Refugees Listed At 14 Million for the Jew in America striKes— there will be NO PASSOVER! JEWS! LOCAL AMERICA IS YOUR LAST MILE!— issued by the AMERICAN GENTILE T>„., YOUTH MOVEMENT." were turned betn David Hebrew School. Beth over to postal ahthorities by the NonJacob Hebrew School. Jewish Weilsn Joml Ilist ributing Committee, Sectarian Anti-Nazi League. I, ., ,,. ,, "These postcards. mailed fiom| ,ilre Bureau (now .Miami Refugee th 0 r n n unh ,,a n h d C ^ v -. w e 1. mailed ? enly Committee). Miami Coordinating through the United States mails in ^ contradiction to postal laws." stated Committee. Miami Jewish OrthoL.agK. k *""* n ,0r thB %  Ant| N i dox Hebrew School. Miami Sec"A copy of the threat cards has!tion( National Colir.vil of Jewish been sent to Post Office Inspector in charge. J. J. Doran. who will make an investigation of the matter." mg United Palestine Appeal. National Refugee Service. Inc.. Yeshivos, Yiddish Scientific institute (W. C. P.), and others. Women, T.Wnple Hebrew ^ of ^se agencies have bfcen School. Young Men's Hebrew As?* **? l nt '" the,r M ^ REGIONAL tions. In addition. Federation has allocated funds out of its reserve from time to time, to emergent New York (WNS)—Tht number of refugees in the world was estiIjondon (WNS)—While thousands of Jews from every section of Greater Germany are ^Lated at betwcen 14 and 15 million transported to the Lublin ghetto TO ..w area in southeast Poland, high P"' !"!" b >' Clarence F. Pickett. N'iizi officials in the Hitler regime secretary of the American Friends are said to be cold to the entire Service Committee at the conference according to dispatches re... ... ., ived here via Hungarian sources which disclosed that world condemnation "f the Nazi plan to establish a Jewish "reservation" in Poland, centered in Lublin, has of the emigre and the community sponsored by the Good Neighbor Committee here. There are 2G0-00G Jews and "nonAryans" still in the Reich. There IOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE soclation. MEETING TO MARK ?1 YEARS OF OVERSEAS SERVICE New York. Nov. 30—The Annual i ,, Meetnq 0 f the American Jewish joint Hebrew Orphan s Home. Atlanlocal, regional an.i national causes pPuart^of" C SnTu'5^f Totlvity aa ta StaU 1{ '-' ul -ment Committee | that presented thenrequests for America's ma|or agency for aid to of National Resettlement Service, funds after the close of the 1939 m*3S2y*S December T*X iTl. InC I ^^'^ R W U '^^^ was announced. NATIONAL 'in this year's fund are now being Committee, | considered by ,he Budget Comm" tee of which M. J. Kopelwitz is chairman and the quota for the American Jewish POM AN CATHOLIC COMMITTEE REPORTS DISPOSITION OF NEARA LY 3.000 RFFUGGE CASF| American Jewish Congress. B nai tMi i coDa 1 i qti r nm m,-„.5, RNS ">!" B'rith Wider Scope Committee, cpsicopai committee Tor rteiugees from Germany, headed bv Archbishop Council of Jewish Federations and '.•40 Campaign will soon be deterh e ^nm;H F Vr el New Orleans. Welfare Funds. Ex-Patients of inC(! *"* wi be theM -'PI'-'ov, d sin'ce^n^ry'.T^Tt'waran^oTnred Tllbeivular Home (Denver), Heh J thr. Hans Frank, Nazi governorman |. (llaml t() K USM:U1 Poland. eral of Poland, had been strong, ;o(lllll .,, go.000 to Rumania and ly in favor of the creation of a go.OOO to Vilna. The number of Jewish ghetto state as a means of refugces in transit. Mr. Pickett es attracting large sums of American U|)KlU | iliV u,de ,;,000 in Cuba, Jewish capital. Recent develop ^^ |n shanghai 4Bi000 ln K nents, however, created an un ^^ ... (|||0 ^ |o ,| an( | am 80| looked for situation and it is re ^ Belgium. Only a fraction .,,• that Dr. Frank r^| of the8e are of the Jewish faith, sent a dispatch to Der Fuehrei .. The „ 8t war peace conference," .Uggesting that the plan is no! ^^ ,^ m w ^ ^ tak( ringer practical. cognizance of the problems prefhe Nazi-controlled press has J^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ no further mention ... f( ^ hom ^.. .nation' and informed M ^ ^..^ ;l |mlIY ,,s here believe that he NlS ^^ <<( ^ ,,,,,, themselvea are skeptical ol tm ,;,,,. „,,. the „ Distribution < ommittee, put uu .plete success of .he plan ^^ ^^ |n Meanwhile several **" „„. VM St:ll ,. s at B0 .000. He P..rt,„g Jews from Atf. Bo ^ ^ ^ Vienna-Moravia and Germain to th, Lublin area have been detained l -f Grman^ontt,lied counGracow pending authoritative tries, ant,,Sen,it,sm ,s spr, WI.IL ce from Berlin. !" Hungary and Bm^m. "Legislation has reduced the 1-ondon (WNS)—The Daily Jews t0 a sec0 nd or third class Herald, meanwhile, reports that in tne population," he said. "In 'luNazi regime is seeking to b-' Rumnn j., there are 900,000 Jews. Iain funds from America by foreg y | aw 250,000 of them have been big Jews to write to friends citing ,ij. na ti 0 nalized. deprived of their the fear of removal to the Lublin Jewish "reservation." "Hitler's advisers have thought f a method by which the Lublin U. S. A. These letters describe J'-wish ghetto state can be turned the terrible conditions in the Labiate a profitable Nazi venture." the lin area ant*, implore the American Paper said. "Jewish organizations to contribute to the work of reconand individual Jews have been struction, of providing some sort forced to write to corresponding of shelter for the homeless Luborganizations or friends in the lin Jews." c^ r %f' 1h m%\ d ,in g h 7heir n n7, 0 m o h r e e P d r if" Anc, k Jewish Consumptives a.vd tremendously pleased that Federaficult. the report stated. K.lu t Society, Denver. Jewish a tion in its first year of existence hough V, mo^ S of P t :, h i e imm 0 io ran jrVro a ni Uh0 Committee (A Workmen's was able to pay „,„;,. l ommitt •ic*n" there'a" re "' Jewish ttr;lc Circlt 1'rojectl. Jewish Tolegr.v ments 100 percent. It is only with law num'beVof'RomSn'c.trTcMcVwhS Phlc A encv Jewis n War Veterans the entire support of the communi"l e .c s d ..'" tHr r n 1tiv '3"d -is of the United States, Jewish Weity who are well aware of the value non-ry,in, .is well is m.inv Dnlitir.il T> IT vT • ** i -, refugees who formerly nMuoled oral' fare Board T -'' N I ( V1 Memorial of Federation and the good it has Hospital. National Farm School, done that this was accomplished. aions of imoortanre and who. coming to the Untied States .->s visitors, students, or in transit, have the desire to remain here. EMIGREE RESETTLFMPNT UNOER WAY IN PHILIPPINES AND AUSTRALIA Proiects for the resettlment o' German refugees are being "i---n... Iv nushed" n th. Philinnines Acstr-i'ia and the Dominican Repohlir irH --e alre^rlv under way in the first ••• countries. Charles J. Liehman. pr-sidnt nf the Rfugee Ecinomic Corporation. reported. White Paper Policy Approval Staged Pel ley Reported In South Dakota Dudley Pel ley. fugitive from justice, is reported hiding i n the London (WNS-Palcor Agency) Afl the H( 'Use of Commons was adjourning its debate last one night last week. Philip J. Noel-1 Black H,Us of ^th Dakota. Other Baker, Laborite, asked the GovIirformation reaching here said that eminent fo* assurance that it the goateed fuehrer of the Silver rica has been missinp%  tober ?-d. frr the n..r 0 ose of mt. I p wcr Policv at the forthcoming (•„„„, .• g special needs arisinn nut n f th. ... "om nis headquarters at Ashevillear. amounted to n 1.000. it was meet mg of the League of Nations | v ai. .t. nn iia, Assembly. Undersecretary for^ 0 "" Carolina, since October 19 Foreign Affairs Richard A. Butler i Whon a ca I )ias for his arrest was The case against PeJley VAAD LEUMI DISTRIBUTFS II'.CV) FOR SOCIAL NFFDS Jerusalem 'WNR-Palror AqfnrviI ne first proceeds or tne special ni>rgencv tax levied on the Jewish 1 Community bv the Vaad Leumi on ; would not force through the \\ hltt 'shirts of Ame October ?-d. fer the ing learned her*. These funds are nw h '."n distributed to help meet problems of economic dislocation. the pointed out. in reply, that the citizenship and the right to work." 599 GERMAN %  £•£ %  ARRIVE ^^ ^ ^.^ Q^ would developed out of a criminal act h. not meet, and that therefore the na(1 committed four and one-half question of the Palestine policy would not be raised. The question of Jews under de. tention in Palestine was brought refugees to enter Palestine up j, y gj r Asheton Pownall, Coni rer !" s Of his parole. The PeJley Publishing Compaq tan's inquiry. Colonial Secretary Malcolm McDonald said that 175 Jews had been in custody ait the Jerusalem (WNs.p.ilrnr Anencvl — i he group of oyy uerman-jewisn refugees, who were reported to have sailed fr^m "Trieste, arrived here on the immigration certificates issued to riovernm*"t. The new arrivals who the Jewish Anencv bv th* Palestine represented the second hatch nf German leoallv since the outbreak nf the war -.. „ Q;.. A K V,Oronsited nf ?45 students. worV'n servative. In answering hir Asne years ago against the State of North Carolina. Released on probation, he was held by the Ashevtlle court to have violated the and g? listed gory. the capitalist cate4S MORE CHILORFN REACH PALESTINE t-iaira (WNS-faicor Agency) A group of 45 children who left Germ.-nv ^n Novemher 14 arrived in Haifa this week This Is the third group toward a total of 500 German-Jewish children for whom centificates wese obtained bv the Vaad Leumi. wheh J n ^ ,r ^ a campaign for the "" n -'*r. r '* voungsters. Coming from G"" f,n j'Austra and 9Ciechoslavakia. the ehiidren will be cared for by relatives. outbreak of the war, but that this number was now reduced to 57. The Government was asked to review the sentences meted out the 43 Jews who were found guilty of participating in an unauthorContinued in Page 8 expanded until he issued 30,000 copies of various anti-government and anti-Semitic publications daily. His pamphlets were said to be the most viscious of their kind in the United States. He was openly proud of having the confidence of the Nazis, and he cooperated with the German-American Bund, Continued in Page 8 • t .J*



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PAQ1 TWO THE JEWISH FLORID) AN FBIDAY, DEC. 1ST, 1939 I I SOCIAL ACTIVITIES BAY U. SHOCHET. Society Editor QUOTA BANQUET TO BE GIVEN Plans for the quota banquet of Emunah Chapter which will be held Sunday evening, Dedembex 10th at 7:30 p. m. at the Royal Palm Club, are being: completed bv Mrs. Lerm Simons general chairnian.Mr. E. Albert Pallot will be toastmaster and the invocation will be given by Miss Bertha Mendelson In charge of corsages and boutor.rrieres is Mrs. Henry Rabin: in charge of decorations. Mrs. Henry Green, and songs during the evening will be led by Mrs. Jack Wucher. Further details will be announced in next week's issue. • • • BRIDE-ELECT ENTERTAINED Miss Phyllis Sontag. bride-elect of Ben H. Myers of Salem. Mass.. was entertained with a personal ihower by Miss F.stelle Kasanof of 1780 Fairhaven Place. Sunday afternoon at her home. Refreshments were serwed. Bridge and bingo were played during the afternoon. Guests present were Mrs. DSontag. Mrs. L. Kupper. Mrs. A. Sontag. Mrs. M. Kasanof. Mrs. Mitchell Kasanof. Misses Leo Kasanof. Arline Aronovitz. Anna Leah Rubin. Cookie Schwartz. Barbara and Muriel Neufeld. Phyllis Salter. Edith Horowitz. Dorothy Lightman. Betty Mae Bender. Selma Phillips. Kitty Morris. Shirley Swede. Dolly Selby. Shirley Bowers. Dorothy Conners and Marcella Rosenthal. • • • THANKSGIVING BASKETS DISTRIBUTED The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans. Freda Markowitz Post distributed numerous Thanksgiving baskets to the needyVeteran families. The names were obtained from other Veteran groupsThe committee was headed by Mrs. Nat Brown, assisted by Mrs H. H. Farr and Mrs. W. M. Bergman. • • • PIONEER WOMEN MEET The regn'ar meeting of the newly organized English speaking group of the Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine was hold at the of Mrs. I. Mannhoimer. 10o4 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. Tuesday evening. The following officen inimously elected lor the coming year. Mrs. I.. W Ik, chairlady; Mrs. M. Kri<>rer vicerhairlady; Mrs. M. Rosenstein. tary: nd Mrs, A. Schwartz, treasurer. Over eighty-five dollars was raised in dues and pledges to aid '.!-., n in their workThe guest speaker of the evening was Mrs. S. H Lutsky. president of the Southeastern Region of Senior Hadassah Refreshments were served. FIFTH SPINOZA LECTURE WILL BE HELD Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give the 5th lecture in this winter series of IS lectures on the Philosophy of Spinoza. The lecture will be given before the Spinoza Group this Saturday afternoon. 3 p. m.. on the lawn at 105i> Collins Ave.Miami Beach. The group will gather on the lawn earlier in the afternoon to listen in to the first opera broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. • • • BEACH MIZRACHI TO HOLD LATKE PARTY The men's and women's division of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold their first Chanukah I-atke Party at the Beth Jacob SynagogueSaturday evening. December 9th, at 8:30 p. m. The arrangements committee has prepared a program of music, speakers, en-1 tertainment and refreshments which will make the evening outstanding. Further details will be published next week. Tickets may bo obtained from members or at the synagogue. • • • MIZRACHI WEEK TO BE HELD The Greater Miami Mizrachi District has declared Mizrach Week beginning the week of Chanukah December 7 to celebrate the past and the reawakening of Jewish Religious Nationalism of today. Wednesday, December 7th the first night of Chanukah the District will hold a combined business and social meeting in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 1545 S. W. 3rd St., at 8 p. m. A distinguished guest speaker will speak on the significance of the Chanukah festival and M. Drucker musical artist will present several popular musical numbers. After the meeting a committee of the Ladies Mizrachi consisting of the Mesdames KaganKoppel and Sackowitz will serve refreshments. Mr. M. Rifas and Mr. M. Sheinbaum are in charge of arrangements. The public is invited to attend. • • • A. Z. A. SPONSORS SWEETHEART DANCE The Miami Chapter of A. Z. A. are completing plans for their Sweetheart Dance to be held Thursday evening. December 14th at the Coral Gables Country Club. Competing for the title are Miriam g P: Kappa Fi ; Gladys Wolf. Tri Beta sorority: and Bernice Mil'er. Iota Chi sorority. The "Sweetheart" will be determined by the oni tabling the greatest amount of votes. She will represent the Miami Chapter in Augusta. Georgia, where she will compete for the tit'e of National A. Z. A. Sweetheart. An elaborate and entertaining program will be presented. Details will be announced at a later date. • • • TO BE BAR MITZVAH The Bar Mitzvah of Irving, son of Mrs. Sadie Pont, will be held Saturday morning. December 2nd at the Beth David Synagogue at 9:30 a. m. Irving will recite the Haftoro. Rabbi Max Shapiro will address the boy. A reception will follow the services. All friends are cordially invited to be present. • • • JUNIOR PIONEER GROUP FORMED At a well attended meeting held Wednesday evening at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, the formation of a Junior Pioneer organization for Palestine took place. Election of officers was held and the following were elected, chairlady. Miss Sylvia Maltes; vicochairlady, Miss Rose Kopel; financial secretary. Miss Sally Forman; recordj ing secretary. Miss Ruth Rubin; and treasurer. Miss Terry Gallant. | Elected to the executive committee were Shirley Manas, Edith Basmack, Mrs. Lena Mintzes. Marjorie Pollack and Doris Rubin. The installation of officers will take place Sunday evening, December 3rd at the Tudor Hotel, 1111 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. An elaborate program including dinner and dancing will be presented. Mrs. Lena Mintzes is sponsor of this group. • • • FETED AT SHOWER Miss Alberta Tannenbaum. brideelect of William Pallot was feted at a rainbow luncheon and briflal shower Tuesday, November 28th at the Barcelona Hotel, by the Mesdames Sam Futerfas. S. Ros-' enstock and S. Tannenbaum. More than sixty persons were present and participated in the mah Jong. and bridge which followed the luncheon. The guest of honor was the recipient of many beautiful %  • > • VISITS IN MIAMI Mrs. B. Pomerance of New York City, is visiting in Miami for the season with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. Tar.nenbaum. • • • RETURN TO CITY Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rovner returned to Miami Beach after an extended visit in the north. • • • MARKET REOPENS Strictly Kosher Western meats and poultry under the strict supervision of a mashgiach who will be on premises all the time will be handled by the Triangle Kosher Market. 149 NW. 5th St.. Miami, which is re-opening for the season The market will be under the same Lafland management as before. • • • PIONEER WOMEN HOLD CHANKAH PARTY The Greater Miami Pioneer Woman's Organization will hold their annual Chanukah party Sundayevening. De^emtter 10th at the Tel Aviv Restaurant, 451 Collins AveMiami Beach, for the benefit of the Palestinian llefugees. A literary and musical evening will be presented. Admission charged is fiftycents per person. In charge of arrangements are MrsSinia Gerbert and Mrs. Goldie Zevins. co chairman, assisted by Mesdames Rose Marcus, P. Shubow, B Hendel. I. Shapoff. Sonia Greenstein, Lena Mintzer, Zelda Liebman, A. Goldman, Jennie Yashin, Mrs. H. Freeman and the president Mrs Henry Seitlin, All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • BETH JACOB SCHOOL ENTERTAINS The Beth Jacob Religious School will present a varied program in their coming Chanukah entertainment. The nominal ticket cost will be used for the school fund. The affair will take place Sunday, December 10th at 2:00 p. m. All parents and visitors are invited to attend. Reopening Triangle Kosher Market iv.i N. W. 5th, Street Strictly Kosher Western Meats and Poultry Under Strict Supervision Mashgiach on Premises Free Delivery Phone 2-0618 A DR. V. A. SPOTO Dentist AniDuncen the removal of his offices from the University Clinic in Coral Gables to 12 S. E. First Ave. (Over Liggett s Drug Store) Phone 2-3930 KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE and OILS j ACME TIRES j CITIES SERVICEi PRODUCTS I ORANGE STATE OIL CO. Distributors } Dr. MAX PEPPER Announces the removal of his offices From the Seybold Building to Suite 704-5-6 DuPont Building. Miami W TS BUTTER ALWAYS THE PEAK OF QUALITY Sold Only In Packages r Never In Bulk From the Tub d Kosher Killed Chickens and Turkeys. Compare our Poultry and Prices at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street Rev. H. M. Kagan is on duty every day. I 1 W.^



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11 FRIDAY, DEO. 18T, 1939 THE JEWISH FLOMDIAV PAGE THREE wJewisti filar idi&n PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue r 1. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered M second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICP:SIX PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year .... Six Mcnths e.oo $1.00 B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Sidney L. Segall FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1939 VOLUME 12—NUMBER 47. Chanukah Despite the 20th-century attempt of some nations to destroy Jews and Judaism, the evening of December 6, will find a candle burning in Jewish homes and synagogues throughout the world. These lights kindled in celebration of the Feast of Lights—the feast of Chanukah of the Jewish calendar—proclaim the eternal spirit of ancient faith. On pach of Right successive evenings, an additional candle will be lighted. When eight candles burn together on the last night of the festival, they will stand as a symbol of a courage that faoes the future as it has so often in the past. Commemorating the triumph of the Jewish people, under the leadership of the Maccabees, over the Syrian tyrant, Antiochus, Chanukah gives strength to Jews in a world harboring a Hitler. Of old, an Antiochus too tried to root out Judaism and set up paganism in its stead. In 165 B. C. E. Jews found strength to regain their Temple from paganism and to burn a cruse of sacred oil in honor of that victory. Jews in the 20th century burn the Chanuka lights to signify that belief in the dignity of man is still a live and potent force in the wlorld. To martvre of today Chanukah brines a message of courage. For the world's first martyrs for freedom of conscience pointed the way to salvation in the days of the Macoabees. Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfcld Welcome hack. .leannottc Kronenfeld. from Junior Hadassah's National Convention. From all you toll us. Baltimore. Maryland, was just as grand to Junior Hadassah acould be. They oven presented the Key of the City to a representative of Miss Henrietta Szold, her niece. Mrs. Benjamin Cooper. Isn't it coincidental that Miss Szold's birthday should come during the convention when the convention was in the city of her birth? You tell us that the theme of the convention was: what program of action should Jewish youth adopt to advance the practice of democracy, and what should American Jewish youth do to further the up-building: of a Jewish homeland in Palestirte as a center of Jewish creative effort. We think the decision to join and work with tho National Youth Congress in connection with the former a good idea and pledge our whole-hearted support. We wish we could have heard Miss Nell "Ziff. National President of Junior Hadassah, in her opening address review trends and events in the United States and Europe, and their effects on the statue of the Jewish population. We wager she did a fine piece of work in relating developments in Palestine, particularly in relation to refugees. All in all she really deserves the honor of being reelected for her third term of office. .leannetto, at the regular meeting. Dec. 4. at Beth David, be sure and tell us about the dramatic episodes which portrayed Junior Hadassah's work iiv Palestine. We want to know more about Meier Shfeyah, the children's village near Haifa; Pardess Anna, the citrus training farm; the Henrietta Szold School of Nursing in Jerusalem; and the settlement of European children in Palestine—the projects in which we are so interested. It was quite a thrill, we agree, to listen to world famous Dr. Stephen S. Wise, foremost of the Zionist leaders; and Sulamitr Schwartz, past National president of Junior Hadassah and now a member of the advisory committee of Meier Shfeyah, must have been interesting, too. Oh, yes, what message did Mrs. David deSola Pool. National president of Senior Hadassah bring to the Convention? You might also add a word at (Continued on Page 6) Sholom Lodge will hold its next regular meeting on the second Tuesday in December, namely, December 12th. This coming meeting will offer a surprise for the brothers. Yours truly, as meetings chairman has a "dark horse" selection for the guest speaker of the evening. Said speaker will be a prominent government official, widely known throughout South Florida. We will disclose his name when we have made the final arrangements. Don't forget to watch this column. Your writer arrived from a trip upstate too late to make the B'nai B'rith Formal Dance at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. However, from reports we have learned—that the (lance was a grand success—that about 300 or more attended—that a novel idea of hearing comments over a microphone was enjoyed by all—that the music of Chet Brownagle was swell—that the atmosphere lent itself to the dignity of a formal affair—and that your writer could have said more about it had he been fortunate enough to bo there. Dance Notes By DOROTHY ANN LEVIN Hollywood Beach Hotel, all lit up with gay-colored lights on the outside and smiling faces on the inside, was the scene of a dance last Tuesday given under the auspices of Sholom Lodge. Chet Brownagle's music floated about in the bamboo room and the members and their guests danced to it or sat at their tables and talked. During the evening a survey was made, to find out just what those present thought of the dance. Some of the comments were read over the microphone and others are quoted here: Benjamin LeVine, treasurer of the lodge, struck the keynote of the comments when he said "this is a remarkably beautiful affair and we hope to have many more like it or better." Most often talked about was Al Pallot. outgoing president of the B'nai B'I Hi who made the survey and who in troduced guests of honor for the evening Including the Reverend Richard Evans. The Mew president Jack Abbott summed up when he called the beginning ball "a marvellous start for the season." Representing the A. 7.. A. was Charles Adelman who gave as his contribution to the symposium ••It's wonderful!" His father. Nathan Adelman, a trustee in the lodge, added that it was "excellent." Sidney Stepkin called it "very good" and Al Green told the world: "I am enjoying it very much." Passing over Leonard Barr's statement that he had "Just come in and hadn't found out whether he was having a good time or not" and Stanley Meyers mechanical •fGive, give, give!" Ihe survey comes to Mrs. Esther Weinkle who danced by and called "This is a grand opening night" At the next table Dr. Harold Rand was boasting: "I'm the best rhumba on the floor." Mr. and Mrs. (Continued on Page 6) Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHIXBAS J. HIRON) WAR ECHOES The best-selling Christmas toy in England this year is a combination of two wooden figures representing Prime Minister Chamberlain and Chancellor Hitler. When the gadget is wound up Chamberlain lifts his umbrella and hits Hitler over the head ... In France they have another version, a toy repreenting Hitler and Goenng as Don Quixote and Sancho Panza tilting against the windmills of world public opinion .... Have you heard that Winston Churchill has donated his Kent country home to children who have fled London to esoape air raids. Most colorful reporting job done from Europe nowj is that of W. L. White, who is on his way to Berlin for the New York Post Military experts insist that American-made planes outclass those of Goering's squads in every respect The Nazis don't like the statement of Lazar Kaganovich, who is in charge of the Soviet's oil resources, that Russia has no oil for export to Germany. Pretty soon the Nazi press will be reminding us readers that Kanganovich is a non-Aryan Princess Stefanie Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfuerst, who has just lost her case against Lord Rothermore in a suit .that .attracted international attention, is none other than the daugher of a nonAryan Vienna lawyer named Richter. Her international intrigues have made her notorious for quite some time, and London society has regarded her as a tool of Adolph Hitler KUHN'S CORNER Circulated among the Nazis in this country for the purpose of whitewashing fuehrer Kuhn is a whispering campaign to the effect that the un-American Nazi chieftan is letting himself be pilloried on a charge of philandering in order to conceal the tact that Bund money was used for purposes "huh cannot bo made public. Hut while it may be true that, as implied, lie used some of the money to pay off Nazi spies, tho fact remains tlipit Kuhn lias been a notorious playboy for quite some time. Much care was taken to see to it .that not a single non-Aryan had any official function in connection with Kiihn's .trial. '"veil the Jewish court attendants tactfully withdrew. Everything was done to crush the claim of lawyer Sabbotino, Kuhjn's counsel, that the Jews were railroading Frit/, to jail. Did you know that the un-American Bund's membership application blank includes the statement, .to which all applicants must swear: "I am free of Jewish or colored blood""? ... On the fritz Is Kuhn's Deutsche Weckruf, Nazi organ in 'his country, which is losing circulation at an "alarming" rate. ... Its subscription list, which once boasted 25,000 names, now i> dowtn to 4,000. HAVE YOU HEARD? Believe-It-Or-Not Ripley has just discovered that the swastika design comes from an old implement used to kindle fires. Well, it hasn't changed much. ... It is still used to kindle fires—fires of hatred among nations. George Ross, New York columnist, reveals that the so-called "degenerate" art (work of Jewish artists) which the Nazis had been exhibiting in Germany as propaganda against non-Aryans has been sold at open auction in Switzerland, with the result that the Nazis have reaped a neat profit. ... A Canadian judge recently rejected the application of a Dr, Abraham Ginsburg for a name-change to Kingsley. ... But the judge shouldn't have said that he was doing it to protect patients who might object to treatment by a Jewish doctor. The Fort Worth radio station has not accepted Father Coughlin's offer for an hour's time. Elliott Roosevelt, who owns the station, has turned thumbs down. ... YOU SHOULD KNOW The greatest surprise the Vn'Aod Palestine Appeal's Night of Stars yielded this year was Dick Powell's rendition of a Yiddish song. His Arkansas accent, was not worse than that, of some of our rabbis. Samuel Blitz, executive director of tire New York D. P. A. and mastermind of the Nigh* of Stars, chalked up another seLl-out. ...



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PAGE FOUR THE JIWUE FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, DEC. 1ST. 1939 B'nai B'rith Gift to Rod C Left to right: -Maurice Bisgyer, Secretary of B'nai B'rith. present ing B'nai B'rith's $1,000 check for Polish war refugee aid to Eliot Wadsworth, vice-president of the American Red Cross Advisory DEPOPULATE POLISH CITIES OF JEWS: SENT TO GHETTO STATE New York (WNS)—The Jewish population of Teschen. ordered to leave the city by November 25, received a two week-' respite from the Reich authorities, according to a Berlin dispatch to the New York Times. More than a thousand members of the Jewish community of that city, every man. woman and ehild of whom were transported to Poland to join the thousands of .lews from Austria and the "protec_ toaate" already there, have two weeks more to prepare their departure, the dispatch said. When they leave they will be almost the last of 150,000 .lews. who. under German deportation decrees, are being transported from Bohemia Moravia to Poland. From Maehrisch Ostrau. feat of the central bureau of the Gestapo who are supervising the deportation' from the entire greater German Reieh. virtually the entire Jewish population of some 10.000 has been sent to Eastern Poland on the San River. The dispatch claims that deportations from Austria and the "protectorate" are HOW virtually con eluded, and the evacuation of Jews from Posen and West Prussia is under way. From the former Polish towns of Gdynia, Grudziadz, Torun, Poznan and Katowice transports have taken almost all the Jewish inhabitants. Further transports have been leaving regularly each week with 2.000 Jews from Vienna. Emigration of Jews from the countries under Reich domination ross Aids Polish Refugees (Committee on War Relief, the money to bo used by the Red Cross for the purchase of food, clothing and medicines for refugees from £he Polish war zone without regard to race or creed. j a number of European countries i that formerly accepted Jews in transit have now closed their frontiers to them while others are no longer able to accept them because of the war. Palestine still heads the list of emigration goals with S2S Jews emigrating to that point since September 1. The United States is next with T1S. Denmark took in 117 Jewish children during the first ten weeks of the war and a number of children were also able to leave for Sweden and Norway. The dispatch further asserted that with the prospect of a Jewish "reservation" looming, however, the ITALIAN AMBASSADOR LAYS WREATH ON GRAVE OF JEWISH SOLDIER London (WNS)-A dispatch from Cairo. Egypt, discloses that the Italian ambassador together with eminent Fascist leaders, laid wreaths on the graves of Jewish so'diers in Cairo. This act on the part of the Italian ambassador is considered an indication that Mussolini has decided to soften the aivti Jewish poKcy and thai the race theories instituted more than a year ago will bo side tracked. Accuse Jews of Btnekade Meanwhile, however, the Fascist controlled press, including Premier Mussolini's 'Popolo d'ltalia," declared editorially that Jews are responsible for the blockade which England and France have strengthened against Nazi export trade, according to word received here from Rome. Italian Jewish Communities Name Almansi President Rime (WNS) — Leadership of all Jewish communities in Italy. Alba | iv a. Libya. Rhodes and Eth opia, was this Week vested in Dr. Dante Almansi, Cavalier of the Grand Cross of the Italian Crown and former prefect of several Italian provinces, following a constitutional cession of the IS councillors of the Union of Jewish Communities in Italy. All officers and, members of the council are subject to approval by the Fascist government which approved the choice of Dr. Almansi. who succeeds former Naval Com mander Federigo Jarach as president. Dr. Almansi's choice was commended by the authorities and received the unanimous approbation of all Jewish communities in the Empire. UNITED SYNAGOGUE EXPANDS ITS SPEAKERS BUREAU Now York (WNS)— In MM i ,h ;ts program of stimulating the re ligious and cultural life of Amen can Jewish communities, the United Synagogue Oi America, through its President Mr. Louis J. M M ; "" announced the expans.on of iw Speakers Bureau to include every sect.on of the United States. Plans to make speakers available to B maximum number of communities in the country have already been put into operation. The decision to expand its Speakers Bureau comes as an answer to the increasing demand by syna gogues and other religious groups upon the United Synagogue for creator cultural facilities. Mr. Moss pointed out. It is hoped that many communities will thus be enabled to carry out their cultural plans ami activities, he added. Hon. Hyman J. Reit, of Now York, is chairman of the Bureau which maintains its offices at the United Synagogue New York. URGE BRITAIN TO OPEN PALESTINE TO 50,000 New York (WNS)—A resolution calling on the British Government to admit oil.(MIC Jewish refugee families from Eastern ai d Central Europe into Palestine in the next twelve months was unanimously adopted on November 26 by 200 delegates to the annual onference of Eastern leaders f the Sons of Zion, a national Zionist group, at the Hotel Astor. The resolution was introduc d by Herman Z. QuJttman, executive director of the order, after a d cussion of conditions in Pal in their relation to the position f Jews in Europe as a result of the war. Copies <>f the resolution will be sent to Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and to the Sta De partment of the United State-. The delegates met also to formulate a cultural program for the next year. They approved of observing Jewish festivals, hoar;: ;: lectures. Jews in a sense are now engaged in a race with time. So far the Reich has not placed any wartime limitations on their emigration, but it is not yet definitely known how the plan to create a Jewish Ghetto in Poland may affect further developments. I GUARANTEE to make no charge un. less you find me superior to any other reader. P.'VM1< past, pre* %  future. What yon wish to know, without asklnp oaie-tlons. nnd if you are not satisfied it will not cost you one twnny. S""! N. W 86 th St Take II i leahBua to tlonr. 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FRIDAY, DEO. 1ST, 1939 THE JEWISH FLOUDIAN PAGE FIVB THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) uiiiitiiiiMiiiiimm •mi iiiirimn^iiyiiimuru m MMMMMMMMM MM On Wednesday evening, Decem! The string quartet, the members ber 6th, we will have as our guest of which are: Peter Buonconsig speaker, the Honorable N. Vernon lie Luis Luini, Harry Estersohn, Hawthorne, eminent Miami attor'anc' Bernard Sokolow, appeared at ney annve —6-1265 MIAMI BEACH Either or both of tliRabbla will he in the Temple every morning, iou ma) consult with th. m on matters concerning the Jewls communlty, or youpeironal problems. You will be assured sympathetla h-.irin K and advice, anil, needless to say. each matter will be held in •trlct confidence. **% THE 'OLE CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH SERVICES Friday evening. I),-,-. 1st, 1939, at 8:15 pm. We again desire to call to your attention to our Employment Service at the "Y." We ask all per sons who will employ any help this winter, to communicate with the H Ki 'P lan A reception for worshipers will follow the services. Sermon: -Joseph in Egypt." Rabbi Oilman A. Zwitman. Services conducted by Dr. Jacob Parents of campers are requestoil t.i keep this date open and to bring their children here at that "Y" as we have several applica time. In addition to camp songs, tiuns of qualified and needy per games, cheers ami festivities, mov sons in all branches; bookkeepers. ing pictures of the campers will be stenographers, chauffeurs, nurse Saturday morning. maids, mechanics, garage men, 1939, at 11:00 a. in. etc.. etc. Just give us a call and we will Do BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR THE 8TH ANNUAL DANCE— be glad to help you. DECEMBER 17TII. 1989 STH ANNUAL DANCE Only a few more days left to wiiv the coveted prize of a beautiful piece of luggage which goes to the person selling' the greatest number of tickets for the 8th Anbe the biggest season and we e* ROOM AND BOARD Our Executive Director has been receiving requests from many parts of the country concerning Room and Board. This season will nual Dance by Monday December 3rd. Services will he conducted by both Rabbis, with the participation of: Mr. .1. Gerald Lewis, Mr. Adolp Wertheimer, Mrs. Harold B. Spajet. S1SITERHOOD NEWS Freeman Nevins. Selma Schnitzel Miriam R. Kauffmann. TEMPLE PROGRAM Friday evening reception after the services iiv Kaplan Hall. An hour of social greeting, at which refreshments are served, under the auspices of the Sisterhood, with Mrs Samuel Katz. as chairman. Saturday morning serviceat 11:00 a. m. The inauguration of this year's morning services or; the Sabbath, should he supported by the cooperation of our membei, At this Saturday's services, sev oral officers of the congregation will read the biblical ami prophetic portions, and on subsequent S;,: Urdays other officers and laymen will participate The Sabbath morn ing services are attended by mem bars of the Confirmation Class, and it is important that the young LEADING HOTEL SUMMER COMFORT lkli medtm. Hreprool hot*] In th* heart ol downtown Jacksonville Ever/ tomm with tub and •hewer, toft water. radio, and Venetian blinds. Every bed with Innerepring mattreu and reading lamp. Running ice water en every floor. POPULAR PICID COCKTAIL LOUNGE ond COFFEE SHOP Hot Other J 8 Pound Hotel, I Potten-Chottoaooao — Hotel DcSoto-Sconnol people receive a proper example i from the adults in our congrega The regular meeting of the Sis ,;„„_ wh „ ( .., n S( .,. Vi oU ,. Tl mpl( ,, y terhood held on the first Monday their attendance, of each month, will take place this Monday. Dec 4th. 1939, at 2:00 pect more visitors thai* any other year. If you have any rooms to rent phase communicate with the Exe-: P">• in Kaplan Hall. Matters of ', SO rrow Reports of members of the vacut j ve Diiwtor and give him parimportance to the congregation, as nous committees are encouraging ticulars. There is no charge for well as a most interesting pro and we know from the spirit and this Berv i ce j U8t „ Y accommo gram will he presented. enthusiasm shown by the various ( | nt j on members, the sale of tickets will go "over the top." Your scribe has been interviewing various orchestra leaders ami will make an annouivcomont shortly as to the choice of band. You may real a--tired, we will have nothing hut the best. THANKSGIVING EVE CELEBRATION NEWS AROUND TOWN Hats off to Mrs. Maurice Gross man. Mrs. Nat Hlumherg. Mrs. Sam Shindell. Mrs. Leon Liebei RELIGIOUS SCHOOL A most inspiring Thanksgiving Day program was presented by members of the Religious School at the assembly last Sunday. The IN DEEP SYMPATHY Our Congregation notes with the recent passing ol" Charles Lerner, Philanthropist and Humanitarian. Deepest sympathy is hereby extended by the Rabbis, officers and members of our Temple. man and Mrs. Charles Strauss for program follows: their splendid efforts in making Wednesday night's affair a huge success. An audience that filled the auditorium attended the 2nd annual J Thanksgiving celebration last. Wednesday evening, at the "Y." I The excellent music furnished by the String Quartet of the I'niHenry Gabbtt, Sid Slepkin and your scribe have had our hands 1. Thanksgiving service, reader. Leonard Triester. 2. Responses and musical se'.ee tions by the Religious School choir, consisting of: Marjorie Berman Su full trying to decide which of the j Adele Cowen. Eileen Cowen. many fine orchestra's in and zanne Davis. Dorothy Goldstein, around this vicinity to use for the Janice Greenfield, Blossom Hy Eighth Annual Dance. Sunday,lams, Rita llyinan, Jane Liebling vanity of Miami was enjoyed by December IT. at the civic Center, j Isadora ^Margolis. Beverly Marx.| The fin REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. 16th Ave. Do You Own Your Home? There never was a better time) than now to build on*. The Liberal Financing Througn Federal Housing Administration Makes H Possible everyone. The fine patriotic re mark-by Mr. George L Swan, of Ht>me.stead. thrilled every person pronent. According to advance ticket sales Emma Rosenborg. Ruth Wolkow it looklike a possible sellout. Our sky. ami Alan Westin, David I.ut president Karl I'allot alone has sob' sky Henry Drvyfus. more than 350 tickets. We hope :!. Greetings from the Unitarian the other boys tin the committee Church Religious School extended Following is a resume of the w ill follow in his footsteps. Don't iVy Sonny Shepard. who repn program: 1. Opening remarks, permit a small dollar bill to keep ed th.students who visited our Maurice Grossman; 2. Invocation, you from having one of the best assembly. Rabbi Abinham Kellner; 3. Star evenings of your life. Make your Spangled Iiauner Audience neconi reservation now. •anied by Mis. Pearl Reismani; 4. bstroductory Remarks. Dr. SamAft „ r | ls ,, Mlino to Lew Safan w"l Beckman; ">. Presentation of After listening 4. Principal Address on "Thanks giving Day" by Mr. Stanley Rat tier of the post-Confirmation class. KOSHER ZION! SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th S*. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO. ILL. Delirious Corned Beef Pickled, Caoked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DKI.ICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida Give me a call and I will Rladly Help you to Kt Ihe heat possible information as to Its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 ^—frenchy's— BEAUTY SALON 201 Shoreland Arcade 2nd Floor Facing Elevatror. FALL SPECIAL jb CROQUIGNOLE P Wave ... Expert H.iir Tinting Blenching. Personality Hair Cuts "Frenchy" formerly with Dallas Park Hotel. PHONE 2-^666 2 By by 6. Remarks: Mark Williamson praising the 1939-40 "Y" basket 5. Poem: "We Thank Thee. •Worn, Girl Scout Troop No. 23. m „ u ftm ,. ( say we ino uld nave |Carol Reder. •tfmetad by Mrs. Sam Shindell; R prptty K ,>od team. More than 40 •i. Quartet. Opus 20, No. 5. Haydn. ()iiW turn(l(| ()Ut for he initia | Allegro. Memnetoo. Andante. Fuga, irnctico i ast week Austin Younts of the Y. M. C. A. has been kind enough to permit the Y. M. II. A. t.> use their quartan to practice. •"ing Quartet. Usiversity <>f Mi ai, School of Music; 7. Address, "PreBerration of a Democracy." Mr. Geo. L. Swan; iV Interludium w Modo Antico. Glaxounow (String Quartet); 9. Remarks. Mr. Leo Robinson; 10. Remarks. Mr. E. Albert Pallot; 11. Andante. Dittersdort*. Irish Reel. Ponchon. String Quartet; 12. Benediction. Rabbi


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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLOBIPIAN FRIDAY, DEC. 1ST, 1939 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. mand Friday evening 8:15. Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 a. m. Late Friday evening services, Friday evening 8:15. Junior services, Saturday 10:30 a. m. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a. Dl. Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES Services will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro at the Beth David Synagogue. Friday evening, at 8:15. Cantor Louis Hayman, assisted by the Beth David Choir will chant the Liturgic Melodies composed by Cantor I. Kaminsky. In view of the Thanksgiving Day celebration Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on the subject"Thanking God in Sorrow." The "Oneg-Shabbos" held during the social hour in the auditorium after the services is proving to be the most unique. This Friday, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Koppelowitz will serve as hosts in honor of their daughter's birthday. RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Junior Congregation.—Immediately after the early services Saturday morning at 10:30 the Junior Congregation will conduct its 8ervices, Harold Shapiro will be in charge. The "Bar-Mitzvah" of IrvITtg, son of Mrs. Sadie Pont will take place Saturday at 9:30. A reception will be tendered him in the auditorium after all services Bar-Mltavah Group.—The 'BarMitzvah" group will meet Sunday morning from 9 to 10 under the direction of Louis Gadon; boys of 12 and over arc eligible to attendTalmud Torah.—Our daily Hebrew School comprises one-third of the total registration of the Sunday School. This marks a very high average for a daily Hebrew School though it does not indicate the majority of the children in the community are receiving religious instructions. It is unfortunate that parents are so ignorant as to permit hundreds of their children to go without religious training. Sunday School.—The classes of our Sunday School are under the capable guidance of registered and licensed teachers. We urge parents to become more vitally Interested in the welfare of their children and attend the assembly from 11:30 to 12. An urgent appeal is made to the mothers in the column of the Sisterhood's notes. We ask that you carefully study the appeal. A WARNING Members and friends are advised to please phone the Rabbi if they are approached by representatives, solicitors, salesmen or individuals who come to them and speak in the name of the Rabbi for their own purposes. Please do not hestitate to inform the Rabbi immediately of such a procedure. ADVICE TO THE COMMUNITY We wish to acquaint the community at large that no longer are delicatessen products (Frankfurters. Salami. Corned-beef, etc.) being manufactured locally as KOSHER. The original plant has been converted into a NONKOSHER plant. Those who are interested in observing strictly KOSHRUS whether it be meats or restaurants are cautioned to phone and inquire. REFIAII-SHLAEMA May the Almighty grant an immediate cure to Mrs Max Pepper and Mr. Jacob Rubin who are convalescing at the hospital. THANKSGIVING EVENT At the annual Thanksgiving Event sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood which was held Tuesday afternoon. Dr. S. E. Chambers was the winner of the twenty pound turkey. DrChambers graciously gave the turkey to a most deserving family in our midst. ANNUAL CHANUKAH DINNER Plans have been formulated for our popular Chanukah Celebration to take place Sunday evening. December 10th at 6:30 at the Alamac Kosher Hotel, Miami Beach. The new management of the Alamac Hotel has assured us an extraordinary treat with regard to the Chanukah Dinner sponsored by our SisterhoodMrs. Leo Ackerman, chairman of the dinner and her committee consisting of Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Mrs. Harry Oliphant, announce that a most unique program will be presented during the evening Full details of the program will be mentioned in next week's issueReservations must be completed within one week's time; we therefore ask as many members and friends to phone 2-1473 or 2 0390. ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP TEA In keeping with the tradition established by the Beth David Sisterhood, the Annual Membership Tea will take place Wednesday, at 2 p. m., December 13th at the A] cazar RoofMrs. Joseph Fine, chairman of the affair, is anticipating an unusual large attendance at the Tea. Mrs. Stanley Myers, program chairman is arranging an outstanding program for the occasion. The details will be mentioned next week. LEHMAN AND MACDONALD TO CONFER AT 25th ANNUAL MEETING OF J. D. C. JUNIOR HADASSAH (Continued from Page 3) BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD GALA BOAT RIDE Mrs. Harry Markowitz, chairman of the Sisterhood's unusual event, the "Moonlight Boat Ride" announces that due to the inclement weather, the ride has been postponed until Tuesday, December 19thThe capacity of the boat ia limited to 225 and we therefore urge those who desire to be with US Tuesday Eve.. December 19th at 8:30—pier 8 of Biscayne Park; The Sever: Seas Yacht, are advised to make their reservations at once. otherwise they will be disappointed. A splendid program has been arranged to make the evening a success. In addition to the Boat Ride, dancing, entertainment and prizes will comprise the program of the evening. Those holding I tickets are informed that the tickets will be honored that date. ANNUAL FOOD SALE The annual elaborate Food Sale of the Beth David Sisterhood took place this past Wednesday, November 29th, throughout the entire day on N. W. 5th Street, We thank the cooperation of the members and friends who purchased the delicious foods and cakes which were home made and within range of popular prices. Mrs. Jean Seitlin, chairman of the Food Sale, expresses her personal thanks. I the meeting about the lovely affairs vou attended there and about the Hebrew singing and dancing that took place throughout the convention. Yes. Jeannette. we will be sure and extend invitations to all to attend the next regular meeting. December 4. at the Beth David Talmud Torah. Our unit has been asked to participate in Rabbi Abraham Kellner's Sunday afternoon broadcast. December 10. over station WIOD. So at 3:30 o'clock be sure and tune in. Don't forget. Jeannette, you are to extend greetings as president. Pauline Querido is giving a few remarks in her capacity as Southern regional Jewish National Fund be presented a skit entitled "If chairman. Then there is going to Money Could Talk," by Herman Weisman o* White Plains, New York. Helen Pollack. Pauline Querido. Betty and Eva Smith, Hilda Breskin, Gertrude Shaff, Sylvia Lyons, Mary Goldstein, Rosalyn Klein, and Rose Pushkwff will take part in the above playlet. Our new choral group will close the program with a few selections. G OVERNOR Herbert H. Lehman of New York (right) and Jamea G. MarDonald. chairman of the Presidrnt'.Advisory Committee on RrfBgeeSi will be amon* the principal participants in the 25th annual meetniu of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in Chicago on December 2 and 3. Jewish community leader* from all lections of the United State* and Canada wil attend the >r>ions which will open at the Standard Club on the e\emni of December 2 and continue throughout the next dav with "the problem of rendering aid overseas under wai conditions'* a the major topic ol discussion. The conference will jl-u be attended by a number of Chrbti in leader} in refugee and war r.lul work. B'NAI B'RITH (Continued from Page 3) Isaac Kaufman of New York and Miami are quoted as calling the Tuesday affair "a very fine evening." Mr. and Mrs. Frish Berg announced that it was "colossal." Then there was Mrs. Joe Lipton, asked to make a statement for her husband, who said. "When it j crimes to makijng affairs B'nai B'rith is the tops." "We should gather more often," I "Stupendous!" "Best in a long time," such were the comments ;at the B'nai B'rith ball. Nathan Zwitman even spent quite a little while thinking up the slogan "love/-TO/ CONDITIONED /o ly ladies and lively laddies' for the occasion. As a conclusion the survey uses Beulah Godwin's pretty sentiment; "this is the highlight of the social season." ••• EARL BOBSON Private Investigations United Detective Agency 420 Congress Building Phone 2-0113 MCKSONVIIU'S LAftGEST o-J FINEST HOTEL 300 loom* ,r i it Around the Corner Inn 208 to 212 IS. E. Second St. Now open for the 11th Season Luncheons and Dinners Daily VISIT FRITZ ROSENBERG now operating TERRACE GRILL 2285 Biscayne Blvd. Good Home Cooking rW H JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Conveniently located in the downtown buiineii, inopp.ng and theater diitricL Every room en outside room (no court) with private bain, circulating in water, radio, Ian and bid reading lamp. Suite • of parlor, bedroom and bath. Superior cuiiint and icrvice in The Patio Grill end The Rendeivoui. Our Lobby, Dining Roomi, Lounge, Beauty Parlor, Barber Shop end all public rooma are completely ir conditioned. More tnen half ol our GUM* Roemi ere individually air conditioned—no re 'Circulation of air from ont |utit room to another. Thii modern, noipiteLapprovcd ly.tcm it an eicluttve feature of The Rooicvek. Drive; your automobile into the Hotel Rooicvcli Garage, which m ej-rcctly connected with our Lobby. U Outside Ream, Ne Cwri • Circulating Ice Wetee Tab end Show la Ee*y Roam fngo £ UP A Robert R. Meyer Hotel le take so many marvelous things for granted now-a-days. %  The airplane, for example, the automobilc-and electric service. Think how the magic of electricity has been made Utterly dependable-how rates lia\ e become cheaper and cheaper. while the quality of service rendered has JX^/^y become better in r FvrV >. every way. 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FRIDAY, DEC. 1ST, 1939 TMB JIWUH FLOWD1AM PAGE SEVEN MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S. RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 Council News SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Friday evening services, 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9a.ni, Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED ship of Junior Hadassah, Thursday n''ght. December 7th. Rabbi Kellner will continue his talks on Biblical History which will be followed by a csoelal hour. Miss Betty I.asky is chairman of the Cultural Fellowship. HABANOTH NOTES The Buds FORUM The Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women are sponsoring the following proI gram for December 1st. 1939 at the Evans Hotel, Collins Ave. and j 10th Street, Miami Beach at 2 p. m. Mrs. Murray F. Wittichen, past president of the Miami Woman's Club will discourse on 'Woman's Influence in Social ar.vl Economic Changes." A c'ramatic read ng will be given by Miss Renee Greenfield, known as "Cousin Renne" on the raido. Under the head of Personality Garden, one of its important phases will be discussed, entitled An unsually successful banquet marked the installation of our new officers who will s-erve for the coming year. The affair was held at the Hotel Astor. attended by a large and distinguished audience. We take this means of congratulating the officers and members of the Board and hope that this year of the labor will be fruitful for those "who labor in the vineyard of the Lord." LADIES AUXILIARY The Ladies Auxiliary will hold their bi monthly meeting this Tuesday, December 5 in the Synagogue building. A pleasant program is planned and Rabbi Kellner will speak on the meaning of Chanukah, explaining its significance. The Indies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will sponsor a Bridge and Mah Jong game at the home of Mrs. A. Sackowitz. 1045 S. W. 4th St., Sunday night, December 3rd at 8 p. m. All friends are urged to attend. Plans are now completed for the Annual Chanukah Latke Party t be held Sunday evening, December 10th. This affair has a'ways been noted in our Congregation for its splendid success and the spirit of good fellowship pervading it. The committee in charge are looking forward to an even greater BUCCesi and assure everyone of a very pleasant and enjoyable evening. Members and friends of the Con gregation are cordially invited to join us in this Simcha. BAR MIT'/.VAH The Bar Mitzvah of Joe Solomon, son of Mr. and M*. Mose Solomon, will take place this Shab bos morning. December 2. Joe will read the Biblical portion and deliver a speech in English. Rabbi Kellner will address the Bar Mitl vah boy B.' the parents will Me hu>:s to the Congregation. AT HOME. Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner will be at home to the Cultural FellowThe membership of the Buds has increased gratifyingly and We take this means of congratulating the membership chairman, Paula Anita Ginsburg, and her committee for their fine work. The girls are very busy rehearsing for their ChanuRefugee Children in London Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mesdames Harry Cohen. Benj. | kindness "The Charm Business" Mrs. Isidore M. Weinstcin will complete The tots above Photographed in the her review of John Gunther's book, courtyard of the HIAS Building. "Inside Asia." New York City, who came to the U. S. because the milk of human has not dried up in the LaVine, Samuel Javer, Abe Mar-jhearts of their American relatives capacity to 185 per night, kah program on December 10th, ra vick. Rita Hirshfeld, Abe Ruar "d friends, drink the first cups of at which time they will perform for bin. Gertrude I-acks. Irving milk given them by the HIAS maSunday School Assemblies. | F'rumkes, Morton Russack, Max'tron soon after they were released To meet the increasing needs the Shelter Department of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) has, since the outbreak of the war. increased its facilities by two additional floors bringing up the bed The Girls of the Blue and White Dreycr. A very pleasant time was enjoyed by the members of this group at the Tea held at their last meeting at the Rabbi's home. Pearl j by the immigration authorities. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited. Admission fee 25 cents. Katz was program chairman ami a very interesting and enjoyable | program was presented. The girls j voted to meet in the Synagogue, in order to carry out their Hebrew instruction more conveniently. The Debs The Debs are busy working for their shields and expect to achieve their letters in the near future. They are working on their sweaters and banners. Their seasonal project is rapidly achieving form and announcements of it, in detail will be forthcoming in an early issue of this paper. BERUCH HABO We are happy to welcome Greater Miami Mizrachi Dis'rict who W!l conduct their Chanukah Meeting, the first night of Chanukah in our Synagogue. The value of the Mizrachi work need not be emphasized and a very cordial invitation is ex REGII.AR MEETING The regular meeting of the National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section will be held in the ballroom of the Evans Hotel, 10th Stileet and Collins Avenue. Miami + %  Beach, Wednesday afternoon, cember 6th, 1939. at 2 p. m. De Mrs. Dorothy Fink will speak on the Background of Anti-Semitism" Mr. Joseph Rosenberg will render vocal selections with Mis. Evelyn Raff at the piano. All Council members and their friends are invited to attend. tended to the Jewish people in this area to be the guests of the DistrictRefreshments suitable to the Holiday will bo served and ad mission is free. SUNDAY SCHOOL NOTES Class 7A of Mrs. S. Tannenbaum presented a most interesting and instructive Thanksgiving program in both assemblies last Sunday morningThe Thanksgiving Essay Contest closed last Sunday and the essay of Paula Rita Ginsburg was adjudged best and won the first prize of the unanimous decision of the judges. Second prize went to Ronald Mann. HOTEL ABRAMS 302 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach And Extends A Cordial Invitation To All To Spend The Season With Them Conveniently Located Special Diets Taken Care Of FINE SADDLE HORSES Special Riding Instruction Moonlight Rides Hiding from 7 A. M. to 3:30 P. M. North Miami Riding Academy 13.->73 N". K. 6lh Ave. 1'honc 7-2iC'j IS NOW OPEN I Dietary Laws Strictly Observed Phone 5-6165 MRS. BERTA VTINKI.ER MASSEUSE European Method Phone 2-485G Try Our Delicious FROZEN MALTED MILKS AND FRUIT JUICES BERGMAN BROS. 228' 2 East Flagler Street IN ORLANDO ITS THE EL CHICO CAFE (On the Ave:.ue) Special Menu for Late Parties OPEN ALL NIGHT Chico-Chich Served at the CURB ONLY 496 N. Orange Ave. (At Amelia) ORLANDO is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from Uie br The C m^t important parts of our ra*o Program^ both ^you and to us. are the commercial announ !" ents. Once you nave tr ea AI &% U M£&£?^" F r !" f* e flective %  cine not because you enjoy the radio P !" 13 !" 8 ^ 1WI WHY ALKA-SELTZER IS SO EFFECTIVE i acidity. ;-_• %  !*. Get Alka-Seltzer the next time you pass a drug store. Large package •} &f Small package 30* Try a glass of Alka-Seltxer at your Drug Store Soda Fountain. Alka-Seltzer INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAYINGS MORTGAGE LOANS DHDE FEDERAL SRVincs nno Loan nssocmnon OF mmmi 45 N. E. 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PAGL EK.HT THE JIWIBH FLOWDIAJT BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenne and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabki (15 Michigan Avenu* •Phor.e 5-13IS MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue l'ho:.e S-Z013 SYNAGOGUE SERVICES are under way. A very entertaining program has been arranged. Shachriss at 7 ar.d 8 a m. A] schoo children will be B j ven daily; at 7:30 ar.d 9 a. m. Saturday. r|ftfc Proceeds from the tickct Mincha at 5:10 daily: a: 5:00 sale will go to the School fund. Friday and Saturday. A r A CO XTEST Maariv at 6:46 daily; at 6:00 ( ^ oratorical contest was held p. m. Saturday. Sunday njgh ^ thp synagog1le by Sr.aloah S'oodoss at 5:15 Saturthe Beach A. Z. A-'a. Judges were day afternoon. Rabbi Mescheloff Rabbi Mescheloff. attorney Harold will speak cm "The Portion of the Turk, and Mr J. Berman. The Week" winner was Stanely Ratner. who will now compete in AtlantaTWO BAR MITZVAHS HABANOTH This Saturday morning E'.i Bregor and Gerald I. Brotmar.wi'l The Habar.o-.h Glee Club celebrate their becoming Bar the direction of Miss Beulah Surahs during the services at garman are making great progress. %  ur -ynagogue Both boys will read A Jewish March of Time skit was from the Torah. recite the Hafalso presented at the meeting. Re-1 torah and deliver speeches. Rabbi pom on the sale of tickets for^the if. heloff will address the boyHabar.oth affair to be held SunCantor Mamches will chant the day night. Dec17thwere made, sen-ices The Habar.oth meet every Mor.day ever.ir.g at 7:30 at the synagogue. MINMONAIRES S-anley Jonas. Charlotte Frank .-.-.: Deborah Faber took part in An ever-increasing number of the ..program last Sunyoung men between the agei :' day morning. Classes IV. IVA ar.d 13to 18 has b<-etakirrg advu attendance. Miss of our Minnionaires was added to the each Sunday at ?:00 a. m.. and the i taking over class IIA %  • %  -' •'1 by M \ %  We are gls It welthe Sisterl r -'tor. SISTERHOOD TO MEET '•. res ir Sis %  _. take place night at a report on the party to given S will be made, .ember 10th, at Mrs B. H. Indon -.v..: preside. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL local lodge activities will be I sketched by officen ami members. Reports will bo made of student work, anti-defamation, refugees, and cultural work sponsored by B'nai B'rith. Rabbi Morris A.Skop will preach. "From the Maccabbees to the Modern Suns of the Covenant." (HAM K AH ENTERTAINMENT The climax of the Charfukah preparations now going on in the Sunday Religious and Daily Hebrew Schools will be the Commun ity Thanukah Entertainment sponsored by the School Board and the children of the schools. In addition to a mature dramatic presentation • The Unlighted Menorah" there will be class preser.'ations including The Lighting of the Candles; A Jewish March of Time; Shodowplay and presentation of Thanukah dreidles and goodies by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Congregatiin. Some sixty children will participate in the Thanukah Entertainment, set for Sunday. December 10th. Tickets now on sale at the Temple. BIBLE CLASS For the next session Rabbi Skop • ad selections from the Books of the Maccabbees following the lesson. The class will resume its W %  following the T: ig -holiday. DR JACOB KAPLAN ADDRESSES "PEN MIND FOR! M Bef re i J : M In -%  I the Open '•" subject Th Message f the 1 I Dr. Kaplan*! ad %  the Ladies A a y • • U ed at a tea at the home of Mr. and MrsBarney J. Cohen, president of I l gregdtion. Mrs. Jos. K. Wolf president of the Auxiliary^wel comed Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan. Wh'lc ln Orlando they visited Rollins College and were guests at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Skop. NEXT OPEN MIND FORUM SPEAKER On Wednesday, December 1th. Rev Dr. K Nance of Rollins '',,1lege snd Director of Rollins Chapel will address the forum on the subject "Our Common Heritage". Dr. and Mrs. Nance will be guests of Rabbi and Mrs. Skop at dinner prior to the Forum meeting. Fol lowing the address there will be a Question Period. FACULTY DISCUSSION GROUP At the next sessioi of the Religious School Faculty Rabbi Skop will discuss the Philosophy of Achad Haam Adults invited to the meeting which will be heV at the Rabbi's home on East South St. FRIDAY, DEC. 18T. 1939 OLGIN, EDITOE OF "FREIHEIT DEAD New York (WNS)—Moissaye Joseph Olgin, editor in-chief of the Jewish daily morning "Freihi who was a leader of the Communi--. party in the United States, died i a heart attack at his home here. He was sixty-one years old. Mr. Olgin was born in Kiev, Russia, in 1878. His father was a p> Jewish lumber worker. From I to 1904 he attended the Uneven • of Kiev, completing his formal edu cation with post-graduate cOUr at the University of Heidelberg. Germany, and Columbia drivers.-. %  He received his degree of Doctor Philosophy from Heidelberg in 191 and another Ph.D. from Colu: in 1918. GENERAL BARKER CON FIRMS CONVICTION OF 43 JEWS PELLET (Continued from Page 1) his Silver Shirts coming to atU and "protect" many Bund me< I ings. While issuing the capias. Judge Nettles of Asheville declared that there was many reasons giving ground to belief that Pel ley was financed by "foreign and ur.-A nan sources." Jerusalem (WNS Palcor Agi ncy) —Lt. Gen. M. G. II. Barker, General Officer Commanding British Troops in Pali onfirmed the conviction of 43 Jewwho had pre-. B military court f !parl i II in an unautho military pai foi l The sent • %  of Wshalom Thau. :-.;..i %  11 condemned to life %  was reduced I her 42, who had WX v, :—••:: %  %  h. Thau, who i :L:'.-. The • • %  %  riran %  '. tr I n the morning of 0 9th. The Transjordan Fn le the arrests. WHITE PAPER (Continued from Page 1) ized military parade in the 1'.Valley last month. When1: John Hoothby Conservative, whether these Jew have their sentences revii i St cretary replied idding thai Gem '-a! i >i was i onsidering tht i %  !-.< %  prisoi Tom Williams Laboriti | Mr. MacDonald t< who had beet ..-...--, 1 l.y %  ).. tary authorities Mr MaDora he could not i i ise any influence in previ • • from being imp memlH-rof the group, out that he did not prop terfere in the case. SERVICES Friday at B p. m. Saturday B:30 a m. Th Shal bat is B'nai B'rith Sabbath with local lodge 104 ler the chairmanship of Mr. A • I i %  •. %  -.%  B'nai I '. th i I th CONVERSION CERTIFICATES CONDITIONAL TO EMIGRATION "America's Freshest Cigarette" NOW EASIEST-TO-OPEN. TOO! N. Ven D Hawth me tuea speaker at the Y. M. H. A. evening-, December T, I D (WNS)—South American %  lati i in P uu I a II ssu relativeIi' %  .' Ami an counr.t a certig t their •• pertab -' % %  Rg with them lothing they wear. > :":" %  ., .i'. sources here believe that Wednesday evtmaff, December 6th on the subject "Crime and among tho hen the Dotcn Tooth Mr. Hawthorne, a native received his law education at Mercer and Un D'Aix Marseille, secorxi oldest Law School :n France ar.d served as L* Franca. H,was P ^ ar;i '^ > Ihe HlA statev. : Dade County Emigrate Association attem <„_ ..." to contact the Jewish Refugee for eight years and wa* awarded sank tting a mine off the .:--.. were 26 Jewish refugee• to Chile. Fifteen other Jewish passengers were Pan(WNS)—The HIAS-ICA ipted Re-1 ief Committee ir. Amsterdam. ,,,„ ,.„ r ,. net Committee in Arr.stercam. Uie Law Er: Medal of .. ,,-, which assisted ir, the emigration of U. S. Flag n. awarded s^ v\ n ~A. %  ,r.ou ,, _. approximately oO Jew.sh refugees tn Florida m 1934. Mr. Hawthorne _%. -i J u J .u •„ r _, .. who sailed aboard the ill-fated ks president of the Dade Countv v ,, ,. „ c „ ,. .... J ". Netherlands hr.er "Sunon Bolivar Bar Association ar.d a member of nn m v .L„ c o for Chile. The emigration bureau the State Board of Law Examiners. MJ! _.. ..* ,. hopes to ascertain the names of ail I i——— %  I.I.I I. I I .|, the refugees who sailed, as well as Flowers at Popular Prices J t he nam "*"" h lande

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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wJewisti Fllendliiai hi
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VOL. 12NO. 47
5553 Tlhe Jiewtslh HJiniilty
3&JL AmaatjaA \UjulMj&
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MIAMI. FLORIDA., FRIDAY, DEC. 1ST, 1939
I'KU'E 10 CENTS
Deprive Citizenship
lo Rumanian Jews
.don (WNS)Revision of na-
turalization lists in Rumania and
i naming of two avowed anti-
Semite* to the new Rumanian
cabinet set up last week by Pre-
I ii George Tatarescu have caused
grave apprehension among; tht
Jewish population estimate at
OO.OOO, according to informed
Bources in Bucharest which dis-
posed that Rumanian Jews had
hoped for a softening in anti-
'Jewish serrtiment following the ap-
pointment of Tatarescu. considered
a liberal democrat and friendly to
the .Tews.
According to official figures
made public in Bucharest, a total
of 225,222 Jews, or more than 30
per cent of those examined, have
I n derpived of Rumanian citizen-
ship under the revision of naturali-
zation lists instituted during the
anti Semitic regime of the late
Alexander Cuza and recently com-
pleted. Deprivation of citizenship
means economic ruin for approxi-
mately 225.000 Jews and their
families since it imposes upon them
the status of aliens remaining in
the country without the right to
work.
The appointment of two known
anti-Semites to important minis-
terial posts in the new Cabinet,
both of whom were members of the
Cuza-Goga fascist anti-Jewish cab-
inet, is an indication that the gov-
ernment intends to maintain
friendly relations with the Nazi
regime for economic reasons in
view of recent threats from Berlin.
All Jewish inhabitants of Bessa-
rabia denationalised in the recent
citizenship revision have been
classified as foreigners and ordered
to appear before the police to have
their residential rights controlled i
and established. The majority of'
them are Bessarabianborn.
HERE
AND
THERE
Federation Commitments
Completely Paid
Stanley C. Myers, president of National Home for Jewish Ch !
ii- .. |*he Greater Miami Federation of drew, Denver, National Jewish Hos-
Jewish Welfare Funds issued the
following statement last Thursday
CULTURAL SOCIETY
TO BE FORMED
nFS%&T&&& \&J\JRi cvenin* the J*w> Floridia"
see the formation of the Jewish Cul- was going to press.
tural Society of Greater Miami, for .... ... ., .
the purpose of delving into the realm lt ls wlth Jfreat pleasure that
r!nJfnT?h ISfSJiT" Fur,ner P|an am able to announce that as of
call for the establishment of a Jewish ., ,
Cultural Centre. November 30, 1939. of the total
pital. Denver.
OVERSEAS
American Ort Federation, Ha-
dassah (Including Youth Aliyah),
Jewish Schools in Poland (W. C.
DEATH THREATS SENT
THROUGH U. S. MAILS
;HT,"trCaFdai.edar.ryi.n8 hV leT""" .has been Paid- Participating agen-
live. ... To have peace and pros-'cies, included in the 1939 bugeted
penty forever each Nation must kill .. ., ,,
their own Jews. When the last hour allocations are the following:
pledges to that date of $83,470.74, P.). Medem Sanitorium (W. C. P.).
92 per cent thereof or $70,741.18 National Labor Committee for Jew-
ish Workers in Palestine. Pioneer
Women's Organization Projects,
Palestine Hebrew Culture Fund.
Palestine F'avillion at New York
World's Fair. United Jewish Ap-
pealComprising: American Jew-
"State" Plan
Success Skeptical
Refugees Listed
At 14 Million
for the Jew in America striKes
there will be NO PASSOVER! JEWS! LOCAL
AMERICA IS YOUR LAST MILE!
issued by the AMERICAN GENTILE t>.,
YOUTH MOVEMENT." were turned betn David Hebrew School. Beth
over to postal ahthorities by the Non- Jacob Hebrew School. Jewish Wei- lsn Joml Ilist ributing Committee,
Sectarian Anti-Nazi League. I, ., ,,. ,, ,
"These postcards. mailed fiom|,ilre Bureau (now .Miami Refugee
th0rnnunh,,a.nhd C^v-.w.e1.mailed ?enly Committee). Miami Coordinating
through the United States mails in ^
contradiction to postal laws." stated Committee. Miami Jewish Ortho-
L.agK.k*""*n -,0r thB Ant|-N"i dox Hebrew School. Miami Sec-
"A copy of the threat cards has!tion( National Colir.vil of Jewish
been sent to Post Office Inspector
in charge. J. J. Doran. who will make
an investigation of the matter." mg
United Palestine Appeal. National
Refugee Service. Inc.. Yeshivos,
Yiddish Scientific institute (W.
C. P.), and others.
Women, T.Wnple Hebrew ^ of ^se agencies have bfcen
School. Young Men's Hebrew As- ?* **? lnt '" the,r M^
REGIONAL
tions. In addition. Federation has
allocated funds out of its reserve
from time to time, to emergent
New York (WNS)Tht number
of refugees in the world was esti-
Ijondon (WNS)While thous-
ands of Jews from every section
of Greater Germany are ^Lated at betwcen 14 and 15 million
transported to the Lublin ghetto TO..w
area in southeast Poland, high P"' b>' Clarence F. Pickett.
N'iizi officials in the Hitler regime secretary of the American Friends
are said to be cold to the entire Service Committee at the conference
according to dispatches re- ... ...
., ived here via Hungarian sources
which disclosed that world con-
demnation "f the Nazi plan to es-
tablish a Jewish "reservation" in
Poland, centered in Lublin, has
of the emigre and the community
sponsored by the Good Neighbor
Committee here.
There are 2G0-00G Jews and "non-
Aryans" still in the Reich. There
IOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE soclation.
MEETING TO MARK ?1 YEARS OF
OVERSEAS SERVICE
New York. Nov. 30The Annual i ,, ,
Meetnq 0f the American Jewish joint Hebrew Orphan s Home. Atlan- local, regional an.i national causes
pPuart^of" .CSnTu'5^f Totlvity aa ta* StaU' 1{'-'ul-ment Committee | that presented then- requests for
America's ma|or agency for aid to of National Resettlement Service, funds after the close of the 1939
m*3S2y*S December T*X iTl. InC" I ^^'^ R*W*U '^^^
was announced. NATIONAL 'in this year's fund are now being
Committee, |considered by ,he Budget Comm"
tee of which M. J. Kopelwitz is
chairman and the quota for the
American Jewish
POM AN CATHOLIC COMMITTEE
REPORTS DISPOSITION OF NEAR- a
LY 3.000 rffugge casf| American Jewish Congress. B nai
tMiicoDa1iqtirnmm,-.5- 'RNS">-* B'rith Wider Scope Committee,
cpsicopai committee Tor rteiugees
from Germany, headed bv Archbishop Council of Jewish Federations and
'.40 Campaign will soon be deter-
he^nm;HFVrel New Orleans. Welfare Funds. Ex-Patients of ,"inC(! *"* wi" be theM -'PI'-'ov, d
sin'ce^n^ry'.T^Tt'waran^oTnred Tllbeivular Home (Denver), He- hJ th N^ona.-,C.XTlcW^rPeUC,onfe^n^,b'-''W Sheltering and In,
The majority of the immigrants Aid SocietV. Jewish Consu,..,
-ire from countries whose quotas have i i- n n o i
been pre-empted from one to "en and Ex-Patients Relief Society. Los
General Campaign Chairman. Ba-
on de Hirsch Meyer."
The officers and directors are
viand, centered in uuhui, ...........- ..................... -
aused misgivings in high Nazi are 80,000 in Czechoslovakia and an
I uarters. unknown number in Poland, of
The same sources disclosed that wnom 200.000 have gone from Ger-
l>r. Hans Frank, Nazi governor- man |.(llaml t() kusm:u1 Poland.
eral of Poland, had been strong- ,;o(lllll .,, go.000 to Rumania and
ly in favor of the creation of a go.OOO to Vilna. The number of
Jewish ghetto state as a means of refugces in transit. Mr. Pickett es
attracting large sums of American U|)KlU.|, iliVu,de ,;,000 in Cuba, '
Jewish capital. Recent develop ^^ |n shanghai, 4Bi000 ln Kn-
ents, however, created an un ^^ ... (|||0 ^ ,|o,|an(| am, 80|.
looked for situation and it is re ^ Belgium. Only a fraction
.,, that Dr. Frank r^|of the8e are of the Jewish faith,
sent a dispatch to Der Fuehrei ..The 8t.war peace conference,"
.Uggesting that the plan is no! ^^ ,^m w^ ^ tak(,
ringer practical. cognizance of the problems pre-
fhe Nazi-controlled press has J^ ^^ ^ ^ ^
no further mention ... f(. ^ hom^..
. .nation' and informed M ^ ^..^ ;l,|mlIY
,,s here believe that he NlS ^^ <<( ^ ,,,,,,
themselvea are skeptical ol tm ,;,,,. ,,. the
. Distribution < ommittee, put uu
.plete success of .he plan ^^ ^^ |n
Meanwhile several **" VM St:ll,.s at B0.000. He
P..rt,g Jews from Atf. Bo ^ ^ ^
Vienna-Moravia and Germain to
th, Lublin area have been detained l -f Grman^ontt,lied coun-
Gracow pending authoritative tries, ant,,Sen,it,sm ,s spr, wi.il
ce from Berlin. Hungary and Bm^m.
"Legislation has reduced the
1-ondon (WNS)The Daily Jews t0 a sec0nd or third class
Herald, meanwhile, reports that in tne population," he said. "In
'lu- Nazi regime is seeking to b-'Rumnnj., there are 900,000 Jews.
Iain funds from America by fore- gy |aw 250,000 of them have been
big Jews to write to friends citing ,ij.nati0nalized. deprived of their
the fear of removal to the Lublin
Jewish "reservation."
"Hitler's advisers have thought
f a method by which the Lublin U. S. A. These letters describe
J'-wish ghetto state can be turned the terrible conditions in the Lab-
iate a profitable Nazi venture." the lin area ant*, implore the American
Paper said. "Jewish organizations to contribute to the work of recon-
and individual Jews have been struction, of providing some sort
forced to write to corresponding of shelter for the homeless Lub-
organizations or friends in the lin Jews."
c^r%f'1hm%\d,in,gh7heirnn7,0m,ohreePdrif" Anc,'k- Jewish Consumptives a.vd tremendously pleased that Federa-
ficult. the report stated. K.lu t Society, Denver. Jewish ation in its first year of existence
houghV,mo^SofPt:,hie,imm0io,ran,jrVroani Uh0' Committee (A Workmen's was able to pay ,;,. l.ommitt-
ic*n" there'a" *re "' Jewish "ttr;lc- Circlt' 1'rojectl. Jewish Tolegr.v ments 100 percent. It is only with
law num'beVof'RomSn'c.trTcMcVwhS Phlc A*encv' Jewisn War Veterans the entire support of the communi-
"le.-cs"d ..'" tHr'r n-1tiv" '3"d -is of the United States, Jewish Wei- ty who are well aware of the value
non-ry,in, .is well is m.inv Dnlitir.il t> it v- t ** i -,
refugees who formerly nMuoled oral' fare Board' T-'' N- I-('V1 Memorial of Federation and the good it has
Hospital. National Farm School, done that this was accomplished.
aions of imoortanre and who. coming
to the Untied States .->s visitors, stu-
dents, or in transit, have the desire
to remain here.
EMIGREE RESETTLFMPNT UNOER
WAY IN PHILIPPINES AND
AUSTRALIA
Proiects for the resettlment o'
German refugees are being "i---n...
Iv nushed" n th. Philinnines Acstr-i'ia
and the Dominican Repohlir irH --e
alre^rlv under way in the first
countries. Charles J. Liehman. pr-si-
dnt nf the Rfugee Ecinomic Cor-
poration. reported.
White Paper Policy
Approval Staged
Pel ley Reported
In South Dakota
Dudley Pel ley. fugitive from jus-
tice, is reported hiding in the
London (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Afl the H('Use of Commons was
adjourning its debate last one _
night last week. Philip J. Noel-1Black H,Us of ^th Dakota. Other
Baker, Laborite, asked the Gov- Iirformation reaching here said that
eminent fo* assurance that it the goateed fuehrer of the Silver
rica has been missinp-
tober ?-d. frr the n..r0ose of mt. I pwcr Policv at the forthcoming (, ,
g special needs arisinn nut nf th- ... "om nis headquarters at Asheville-
ar. amounted to n 1.000. it was meet mg of the League of Nations |v ai. .t. nn iia,
Assembly. Undersecretary for^0"" Carolina, since October 19
Foreign Affairs Richard A. Butler iWhon a caI)ias for his arrest was
The case against PeJley
VAAD LEUMI DISTRIBUTFS
II'.CV) FOR SOCIAL NFFDS
Jerusalem 'WNR-Palror Aqfnrvi-
I ne first proceeds or tne special
ni>rgencv tax levied on the Jewish 1
Community bv the Vaad Leumi on ; would not force through the \\ hltt'shirts of Ame
October ?-d. fer the
ing
learned her*. These funds are nw
h'."n distributed to help meet
problems of economic dislocation.
the
pointed out. in reply, that the
citizenship and the right to work."
599 German arrive ^^ ^ ^.^ q^ would developed out of a criminal act h.
not meet, and that therefore the na(1 committed four and one-half
question of the Palestine policy
would not be raised.
The question of Jews under de-
. tention in Palestine was brought
refugees to enter Palestine up j,y gjr Asheton Pownall, Con- irers Of his parole.
The PeJley Publishing Compaq
tan's inquiry. Colonial Secretary
Malcolm McDonald said that 175
Jews had been in custody ait the ,
Jerusalem (WNs.p.ilrnr Anencvl
i he group of oyy uerman-jewisn
refugees, who were reported to have
sailed fr^m "Trieste, arrived here on
the immigration certificates issued to
riovernm*"t. The new arrivals who
the Jewish Anencv bv th* Palestine
represented the second hatch nf Ger-
man
leoallv since the outbreak nf the war ........-.. q;.. akV,o-
ronsited nf ?45 students. worV'n servative. In answering hir Asne
years ago against the State of
North Carolina. Released on pro-
bation, he was held by the Ashe-
vtlle court to have violated the
and g? listed
gory.
the capitalist cate-
4S MORE CHILORFN REACH
PALESTINE
t-iaira (WNS-faicor Agency) a
group of 45 children who left Germ.-nv
^n Novemher 14 arrived in Haifa this
week This Is the third group toward
a total of 500 German-Jewish children
for whom centificates wese obtained
bv the Vaad Leumi. wheh J"n^,r^
a campaign for the ""n-'*r.r' '*
voungsters. Coming from G""f,nj'-
Austra and 9Ciechoslavakia. the ehii-
dren will be cared for by relatives.
outbreak of the war, but that this
number was now reduced to 57.
The Government was asked to
review the sentences meted out
the 43 Jews who were found guilty
of participating in an unauthor-
Continued in Page 8
expanded until he issued 30,000
copies of various anti-government
and anti-Semitic publications daily.
His pamphlets were said to be the
most viscious of their kind in the
United States. He was openly
proud of having the confidence
of the Nazis, and he cooperated
with the German-American Bund,
Continued in Page 8
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PAQ1 TWO
THE JEWISH FLORID) AN
FBIDAY, DEC. 1ST, 1939
I
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I
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES *
BAY U. SHOCHET. Society Editor
QUOTA BANQUET
TO BE GIVEN
Plans for the quota banquet of
Emunah Chapter which will be
held Sunday evening, Dedembex
10th at 7:30 p. m. at the Royal
Palm Club, are being: completed
bv Mrs. Lerm Simons general chair-
nian.Mr. E. Albert Pallot will be
toastmaster and the invocation will
be given by Miss Bertha Mendel-
son In charge of corsages and
boutor.rrieres is Mrs. Henry Rabin:
in charge of decorations. Mrs.
Henry Green, and songs during the
evening will be led by Mrs. Jack
Wucher. Further details will be
announced in next week's issue.

BRIDE-ELECT
ENTERTAINED
Miss Phyllis Sontag. bride-elect
of Ben H. Myers of Salem. Mass..
was entertained with a personal
ihower by Miss F.stelle Kasanof of
1780 Fairhaven Place. Sunday af-
ternoon at her home. Refreshments
were serwed. Bridge and bingo
were played during the afternoon.
Guests present were Mrs. D- Son-
tag. Mrs. L. Kupper. Mrs. A. Son-
tag. Mrs. M. Kasanof. Mrs. Mitch-
ell Kasanof. Misses Leo Kasanof.
Arline Aronovitz. Anna Leah Ru-
bin. Cookie Schwartz. Barbara and
Muriel Neufeld. Phyllis Salter.
Edith Horowitz. Dorothy Light-
man. Betty Mae Bender. Selma
Phillips. Kitty Morris. Shirley
Swede. Dolly Selby. Shirley Bow-
ers. Dorothy Conners and Marcel-
la Rosenthal.

THANKSGIVING BASKETS
DISTRIBUTED
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish War Veterans. Freda Marko-
witz Post distributed numerous
Thanksgiving baskets to the needy-
Veteran families. The names were
obtained from other Veteran
groups- The committee was headed
by Mrs. Nat Brown, assisted by
Mrs H. H. Farr and Mrs. W. M.
Bergman.

PIONEER WOMEN
MEET
The regn'ar meeting of the newly
organized English speaking group
of the Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine was hold at the
of Mrs. I. Mannhoimer. 10o4
Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach.
Tuesday evening. The following
officen inimously elected
lor the coming year. Mrs. I.. W Ik,
chairlady; Mrs. M. Kri<>rer vice-
rhairlady; Mrs. M. Rosenstein.
tary: nd Mrs, A. Schwartz,
treasurer. Over eighty-five dollars
was raised in dues and pledges
to aid '.!-., n in their
work- The guest speaker of the
evening was Mrs. S. H Lutsky.
president of the Southeastern Re-
gion of Senior Hadassah Refresh-
ments were served.
FIFTH SPINOZA LECTURE
WILL BE HELD
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give
the 5th lecture in this winter series
of IS lectures on the Philosophy of
Spinoza. The lecture will be given
before the Spinoza Group this Sat-
urday afternoon. 3 p. m.. on the
lawn at 105i> Collins Ave.- Miami
Beach. The group will gather on
the lawn earlier in the afternoon
to listen in to the first opera
broadcast from the Metropolitan
Opera House in New York.

BEACH MIZRACHI TO
HOLD LATKE PARTY
The men's and women's division
of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will
hold their first Chanukah I-atke
Party at the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue- Saturday evening. Decem-
ber 9th, at 8:30 p. m. The arrange-
ments committee has prepared a
program of music, speakers, en-1
tertainment and refreshments
which will make the evening out-
standing. Further details will be
published next week. Tickets may
bo obtained from members or at
the synagogue.

MIZRACHI WEEK
TO BE HELD
The Greater Miami Mizrachi
District has declared Mizrach Week
beginning the week of Chanukah
December 7 to celebrate the past
and the reawakening of Jewish
Religious Nationalism of today.
Wednesday, December 7th the first
night of Chanukah the District
will hold a combined business
and social meeting in the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation.
1545 S. W. 3rd St., at 8 p. m. A
distinguished guest speaker will
speak on the significance of the
Chanukah festival and M. Drucker
musical artist will present several
popular musical numbers. After
the meeting a committee of the
Ladies Mizrachi consisting of the
Mesdames Kagan- Koppel and
Sackowitz will serve refreshments.
Mr. M. Rifas and Mr. M. Shein-
baum are in charge of arrange-
ments. The public is invited to at-
tend.

A. Z. A. SPONSORS
SWEETHEART DANCE
The Miami Chapter of A. Z. A.
are completing plans for their
Sweetheart Dance to be held
Thursday evening. December 14th
at the Coral Gables Country Club.
Competing for the title are Miriam
g P: Kappa Fi
; Gladys Wolf. Tri Beta
sorority: and Bernice Mil'er. Iota
Chi sorority. The "Sweetheart"
will be determined by the oni
tabling the greatest amount of
votes. She will represent the Miami
Chapter in Augusta. Georgia, where
she will compete for the tit'e of
National A. Z. A. Sweetheart. An
elaborate and entertaining program
will be presented. Details will be
announced at a later date.

TO BE
BAR MITZVAH
The Bar Mitzvah of Irving, son
of Mrs. Sadie Pont, will be held
Saturday morning. December 2nd
at the Beth David Synagogue at
9:30 a. m. Irving will recite the
Haftoro. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
address the boy. A reception will
follow the services. All friends
are cordially invited to be present.

JUNIOR PIONEER
GROUP FORMED
At a well attended meeting held
Wednesday evening at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue, the formation
of a Junior Pioneer organization
for Palestine took place. Election
of officers was held and the fol-
lowing were elected, chairlady.
Miss Sylvia Maltes; vicochairlady,
Miss Rose Kopel; financial sec-
retary. Miss Sally Forman; record- j
ing secretary. Miss Ruth Rubin;
and treasurer. Miss Terry Gallant. |
Elected to the executive committee
were Shirley Manas, Edith Bas-
mack, Mrs. Lena Mintzes. Mar-
jorie Pollack and Doris Rubin.
The installation of officers will
take place Sunday evening, De-
cember 3rd at the Tudor Hotel,
1111 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
An elaborate program including
dinner and dancing will be pre-
sented. Mrs. Lena Mintzes is spon-
sor of this group.

FETED AT
SHOWER
Miss Alberta Tannenbaum. bride-
elect of William Pallot was feted
at a rainbow luncheon and briflal
shower Tuesday, November 28th
at the Barcelona Hotel, by the
Mesdames Sam Futerfas. S. Ros-'
enstock and S. Tannenbaum. More
than sixty persons were present
and participated in the mah Jong.
and bridge which followed the
luncheon. The guest of honor was
the recipient of many beautiful
-
>
VISITS IN
MIAMI
Mrs. B. Pomerance of New York
City, is visiting in Miami for the
season with her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. Tar.-
nenbaum.

RETURN
TO CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rovner re-
turned to Miami Beach after an
extended visit in the north.

MARKET
REOPENS
Strictly Kosher Western meats
and poultry under the strict super-
vision of a mashgiach who will
be on premises all the time will be
handled by the Triangle Kosher
Market. 149 N- W. 5th St.. Miami,
which is re-opening for the season
The market will be under the same
Lafland management as before.

PIONEER WOMEN HOLD
CHANKAH PARTY
The Greater Miami Pioneer Wo-
man's Organization will hold their
annual Chanukah party Sunday-
evening. De^emtter 10th at the Tel
Aviv Restaurant, 451 Collins Ave-
Miami Beach, for the benefit of the
Palestinian llefugees. A literary
and musical evening will be pre-
sented. Admission charged is fifty-
cents per person. In charge of ar-
rangements are Mrs- Sinia Ger-
bert and Mrs. Goldie Zevins. co
chairman, assisted by Mesdames
Rose Marcus, P. Shubow, B Hen-
del. I. Shapoff. Sonia Greenstein,
Lena Mintzer, Zelda Liebman, A.
Goldman, Jennie Yashin, Mrs. H.
Freeman and the president Mrs
Henry Seitlin, All members and
friends are cordially invited to at-
tend.

BETH JACOB SCHOOL
ENTERTAINS
The Beth Jacob Religious School
will present a varied program
in their coming Chanukah enter-
tainment. The nominal ticket cost
will be used for the school fund.
The affair will take place Sunday,
December 10th at 2:00 p. m. All
parents and visitors are invited to
attend.
Reopening
Triangle Kosher
Market
iv.i N. W. 5th, Street
Strictly Kosher
Western Meats
and Poultry
Under Strict Supervision
Mashgiach on Premises
Free Delivery
Phone 2-0618
A
DR. V. A. SPOTO
Dentist
AniDuncen the removal of his
offices from the University
Clinic in Coral Gables to
12 S. E. First Ave.
(Over Liggett s Drug Store)
Phone 2-3930
KOOLMOTOR
GASOLINE
and
OILS j
ACME TIRES j
CITIES SERVICEi
PRODUCTS I
ORANGE STATE
OIL CO.
Distributors
}
Dr. MAX PEPPER
Announces the removal of his offices
From the Seybold Building to
Suite 704-5-6 DuPont Building. Miami
WTS-
BUTTER
ALWAYS
THE PEAK
OF QUALITY
Sold Only In Packages
r Never In Bulk
From the Tub d

Kosher Killed Chickens and
Turkeys. Compare our Poultry
and Prices
at
SPRINGER POULTRY
& EGG CO.
317 N. W. Fifth Street
Rev. H. M. Kagan is on duty
every day.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1939
VOLUME 12NUMBER 47.
Chanukah
Despite the 20th-century attempt of some nations to
destroy Jews and Judaism, the evening of December 6, will find
a candle burning in Jewish homes and synagogues throughout
the world. These lights kindled in celebration of the Feast of
Lightsthe feast of Chanukah of the Jewish calendarpro-
claim the eternal spirit of ancient faith.
On pach of Right successive evenings, an additional candle
will be lighted. When eight candles burn together on the last
night of the festival, they will stand as a symbol of a courage
that faoes the future as it has so often in the past.
Commemorating the triumph of the Jewish people, under
the leadership of the Maccabees, over the Syrian tyrant, Anti-
ochus, Chanukah gives strength to Jews in a world harboring
a Hitler. Of old, an Antiochus too tried to root out Judaism
and set up paganism in its stead.
In 165 B. C. E. Jews found strength to regain their Temple
from paganism and to burn a cruse of sacred oil in honor of that
victory. Jews in the 20th century burn the Chanuka lights to
signify that belief in the dignity of man is still a live and potent
force in the wlorld.
To martvre of today Chanukah brines a message of courage.
For the world's first martyrs for freedom of conscience pointed
the way to salvation in the days of the Macoabees.
Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfcld
Welcome hack. .leannottc Kro-
nenfeld. from Junior Hadassah's
National Convention. From all you
toll us. Baltimore. Maryland, was
just as grand to Junior Hadassah
a- could be. They oven presented
the Key of the City to a repre-
sentative of Miss Henrietta Szold,
her niece. Mrs. Benjamin Cooper.
Isn't it coincidental that Miss
Szold's birthday should come dur-
ing the convention when the con-
vention was in the city of her
birth?
You tell us that the theme of the
convention was: what program of
action should Jewish youth adopt
to advance the practice of demo-
cracy, and what should American
Jewish youth do to further the
up-building: of a Jewish homeland
in Palestirte as a center of Jewish
creative effort. We think the de-
cision to join and work with tho
National Youth Congress in con-
nection with the former a good
idea and pledge our whole-hearted
support.
We wish we could have heard
Miss Nell "Ziff. National President
of Junior Hadassah, in her open-
ing address review trends and
events in the United States and
Europe, and their effects on the
statue of the Jewish population.
We wager she did a fine piece of
work in relating developments in
Palestine, particularly in relation
to refugees. All in all she really
deserves the honor of being re-
elected for her third term of office.
.leannetto, at the regular meet-
ing. Dec. 4. at Beth David, be sure
and tell us about the dramatic
episodes which portrayed Junior
Hadassah's work iiv Palestine. We
want to know more about Meier
Shfeyah, the children's village
near Haifa; Pardess Anna, the
citrus training farm; the Henri-
etta Szold School of Nursing in
Jerusalem; and the settlement of
European children in Palestinethe
projects in which we are so inter-
ested.
It was quite a thrill, we agree,
to listen to world famous Dr.
Stephen S. Wise, foremost of the
Zionist leaders; and Sulamitr
Schwartz, past National president
of Junior Hadassah and now a
member of the advisory committee
of Meier Shfeyah, must have been
interesting, too. Oh, yes, what mes-
sage did Mrs. David deSola Pool.
National president of Senior Ha-
dassah bring to the Convention?
You might also add a word at
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Sholom Lodge will hold its next
regular meeting on the second
Tuesday in December, namely,
December 12th.
This coming meeting will offer
a surprise for the brothers. Yours
truly, as meetings chairman has
a "dark horse" selection for the
guest speaker of the evening. Said
speaker will be a prominent gov-
ernment official, widely known
throughout South Florida. We will
disclose his name when we have
made the final arrangements. Don't
forget to watch this column.
Your writer arrived from a trip
upstate too late to make the B'nai
B'rith Formal Dance at the Holly-
wood Beach Hotel. However, from
reports we have learnedthat the
(lance was a grand successthat
about 300 or more attendedthat
a novel idea of hearing comments
over a microphone was enjoyed by
allthat the music of Chet Brow-
nagle was swellthat the atmos-
phere lent itself to the dignity of
a formal affairand that your
writer could have said more about
it had he been fortunate enough
to bo there.
Dance Notes
By DOROTHY ANN LEVIN
Hollywood Beach Hotel, all lit
up with gay-colored lights on the
outside and smiling faces on the
inside, was the scene of a dance
last Tuesday given under the aus-
pices of Sholom Lodge. Chet
Brownagle's music floated about
in the bamboo room and the mem-
bers and their guests danced to it
or sat at their tables and talked.
During the evening a survey was
made, to find out just what those
present thought of the dance.
Some of the comments were read
over the microphone and others
are quoted here:
Benjamin LeVine, treasurer of
the lodge, struck the keynote of
the comments when he said "this
is a remarkably beautiful affair
and we hope to have many more
like it or better." Most often
talked about was Al Pallot. out-
going president of the B'nai B'i Hi
who made the survey and who in
troduced guests of honor for the
evening Including the Reverend
Richard Evans. The Mew president
Jack Abbott summed up when he
called the beginning ball "a mar-
vellous start for the season."
Representing the A. 7.. A. was
Charles Adelman who gave as his
contribution to the symposium
It's wonderful!" His father. Na-
than Adelman, a trustee in the
lodge, added that it was "excel-
lent."
Sidney Stepkin called it "very
good" and Al Green told the world:
"I am enjoying it very much."
Passing over Leonard Barr's state-
ment that he had "Just come in
and hadn't found out whether he
was having a good time or not"
and Stanley Meyers mechanical
fGive, give, give!" Ihe survey
comes to Mrs. Esther Weinkle
who danced by and called "This is
a grand opening night"
At the next table Dr. Harold
Rand was boasting: "I'm the best
rhumba on the floor." Mr. and Mrs.
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Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHIXBAS J. HIRON)
WAR ECHOES
The best-selling Christmas toy in England this year is a
combination of two wooden figures representing Prime Min-
ister Chamberlain and Chancellor Hitler. When the gadget
is wound up Chamberlain lifts his umbrella and hits Hitler over
the head ... In France they have another version, a toy repre-
enting Hitler and Goenng as Don Quixote and Sancho Panza
tilting against the windmills of world public opinion .... Have
you heard that Winston Churchill has donated his Kent country
home to children who have fled London to esoape air raids. .
Most colorful reporting job done from Europe nowj is that of
W. L. White, who is on his way to Berlin for the New York
Post Military experts insist that American-made planes out-
class those of Goering's squads in every respect The Nazis
don't like the statement of Lazar Kaganovich, who is in charge
of the Soviet's oil resources, that Russia has no oil for export to
Germany. Pretty soon the Nazi press will be reminding us
readers that Kanganovich is a non-Aryan Princess Stefanie
Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfuerst, who has just lost her
case against Lord Rothermore in a suit .that .attracted in-
ternational attention, is none other than the daugher of a non-
Aryan Vienna lawyer named Richter. Her international in-
trigues have made her notorious for quite some time, and Lon-
don society has regarded her as a tool of Adolph Hitler .
KUHN'S CORNER
Circulated among the Nazis in this country for the purpose
of whitewashing fuehrer Kuhn is a whispering campaign to the
effect that the un-American Nazi chieftan is letting himself be
pilloried on a charge of philandering in order to conceal the tact
that Bund money was used for purposes "huh cannot bo made
public. Hut while it may be true that, as implied, lie used
some of the money to pay off Nazi spies, tho fact remains tlipit
Kuhn lias been a notorious playboy for quite some time. .
Much care was taken to see to it .that not a single non-Aryan
had any official function in connection with Kiihn's .trial. .
'"veil the Jewish court attendants tactfully withdrew. Every-
thing was done to crush the claim of lawyer Sabbotino, Kuhjn's
counsel, that the Jews were railroading Frit/, to jail. Did you
know that the un-American Bund's membership application
blank includes the statement, .to which all applicants must
swear: "I am free of Jewish or colored blood""? ... On the fritz
Is Kuhn's Deutsche Weckruf, Nazi organ in 'his country, which
is losing circulation at an "alarming" rate. ... Its subscription
list, which once boasted 25,000 names, now i> dowtn to 4,000. .
HAVE YOU HEARD?
Believe-It-Or-Not Ripley has just discovered that the
swastika design comes from an old implement used to kindle
fires. Well, it hasn't changed much. ... It is still used to
kindle firesfires of hatred among nations. George Ross,
New York columnist, reveals that the so-called "degenerate"
art (work of Jewish artists) which the Nazis had been exhibit-
ing in Germany as propaganda against non-Aryans has been
sold at open auction in Switzerland, with the result that
the Nazis have reaped a neat profit. ... A Canadian judge
recently rejected the application of a Dr, Abraham Ginsburg
for a name-change to Kingsley. ... But the judge shouldn't have
said that he was doing it to protect patients who
might object to treatment by a Jewish doctor. The Fort
Worth radio station has not accepted Father Coughlin's offer
for an hour's time. Elliott Roosevelt, who owns the station,
has turned thumbs down. ...
YOU SHOULD KNOW
The greatest surprise the Vn'Aod Palestine Appeal's Night
of Stars yielded this year was Dick Powell's rendition of a
Yiddish song. His Arkansas accent, was not worse than that,
of some of our rabbis. Samuel Blitz, executive director of
tire New York D. P. A. and mastermind of the Nigh* of Stars,
chalked up another seLl-out. ... ,



PAGE FOUR
THE JIWUE FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, DEC. 1ST. 1939
B'nai B'rith Gift to Rod C
Left to right: -Maurice Bisgyer,
Secretary of B'nai B'rith. present
ing B'nai B'rith's $1,000 check for
Polish war refugee aid to Eliot
Wadsworth, vice-president of the
American Red Cross Advisory
DEPOPULATE POLISH CI-
TIES OF JEWS: SENT
TO GHETTO STATE
New York (WNS)The Jewish
population of Teschen. ordered to
leave the city by November 25, re-
ceived a two week-' respite from the
Reich authorities, according to a
Berlin dispatch to the New York
Times. More than a thousand mem-
bers of the Jewish community of
that city, every man. woman and
ehild of whom were transported to
Poland to join the thousands of
.lews from Austria and the "protec_
toaate" already there, have two
weeks more to prepare their depart-
ure, the dispatch said. When they
leave they will be almost the last
of 150,000 .lews. who. under German
deportation decrees, are being
transported from Bohemia Moravia
to Poland. From Maehrisch Ostrau.
feat of the central bureau of the
Gestapo who are supervising the
deportation' from the entire greater
German Reieh. virtually the entire
Jewish population of some 10.000
has been sent to Eastern Poland on
the San River.
The dispatch claims that deporta-
tions from Austria and the "pro-
tectorate" are HOW virtually con
eluded, and the evacuation of Jews
from Posen and West Prussia is
under way. From the former Polish
towns of Gdynia, Grudziadz, Torun,
Poznan and Katowice transports
have taken almost all the Jewish
inhabitants. Further transports
have been leaving regularly each
week with 2.000 Jews from Vienna.
Emigration of Jews from the
countries under Reich domination
ross Aids Polish Refugees
(Committee on War Relief, the
money to bo used by the Red Cross
for the purchase of food, clothing
and medicines for refugees from
he Polish war zone without regard
to race or creed.
j a number of European countries
i that formerly accepted Jews in
transit have now closed their fron-
tiers to them while others are no
longer able to accept them because
of the war.
Palestine still heads the list of
emigration goals with S2S Jews emi-
grating to that point since Septem-
ber 1. The United States is next
with T1S. Denmark took in 117 Jew-
ish children during the first ten
weeks of the war and a number of
children were also able to leave for
Sweden and Norway.
The dispatch further asserted
that with the prospect of a Jewish
"reservation" looming, however, the
ITALIAN AMBASSADOR
LAYS WREATH ON GRAVE
OF JEWISH SOLDIER
London (WNS)-A dispatch from
! Cairo. Egypt, discloses that the
Italian ambassador together with
eminent Fascist leaders, laid
wreaths on the graves of Jewish
so'diers in Cairo. This act on the
part of the Italian ambassador is
considered an indication that Mus-
solini has decided to soften the
aivti Jewish poKcy and thai the race
theories instituted more than a year
ago will bo side tracked.
Accuse Jews of Btnekade
Meanwhile, however, the Fascist
controlled press, including Premier
Mussolini's 'Popolo d'ltalia," de-
clared editorially that Jews are re-
sponsible for the blockade which
England and France have strength-
ened against Nazi export trade,
according to word received here
from Rome.
Italian Jewish Communities Name
Almansi President
Rime (WNS) Leadership of all
Jewish communities in Italy. Alba
| iv a. Libya. Rhodes and Eth opia,
was this Week vested in Dr. Dante
Almansi, Cavalier of the Grand
Cross of the Italian Crown and
former prefect of several Italian
provinces, following a constitutional
cession of the IS councillors of the
Union of Jewish Communities in
Italy.
All officers and, members of the
council are subject to approval by
the Fascist government which ap-
proved the choice of Dr. Almansi.
who succeeds former Naval Com
mander Federigo Jarach as presi-
dent.
Dr. Almansi's choice was com-
mended by the authorities and
received the unanimous approba-
tion of all Jewish communities in
the Empire.
UNITED SYNAGOGUE EX-
PANDS ITS SPEAKERS
BUREAU
Now York (WNS)In Mm "i,h
;ts program of stimulating the re
ligious and cultural life of Amen
can Jewish communities, the United
Synagogue Oi America, through its
President Mr. Louis J. MM; ""
announced the expans.on of iw
Speakers Bureau to include every
sect.on of the United States. Plans
to make speakers available to B
maximum number of communities
in the country have already been
put into operation.
The decision to expand its Speak-
ers Bureau comes as an answer to
the increasing demand by syna
gogues and other religious groups
upon the United Synagogue for
creator cultural facilities. Mr. Moss
pointed out. It is hoped that many
communities will thus be enabled to
carry out their cultural plans ami
activities, he added.
Hon. Hyman J. Reit, of Now
York, is chairman of the Bureau
which maintains its offices at the
United Synagogue New York.
URGE BRITAIN TO OPEN
PALESTINE TO 50,000
New York (WNS)A resolu-
tion calling on the British Govern-
ment to admit oil.(MIC Jewish refu-
gee families from Eastern ai d
Central Europe into Palestine in
the next twelve months was unan-
imously adopted on November 26
by 200 delegates to the annual
onference of Eastern leaders f
the Sons of Zion, a national Zion-
ist group, at the Hotel Astor.
The resolution was introduc d by
Herman Z. QuJttman, executive
director of the order, after a d -
cussion of conditions in Pal
in their relation to the position f
Jews in Europe as a result of the
war. Copies <>f the resolution will
be sent to Prime Minister Neville
Chamberlain and to the Sta De
partment of the United State-.
The delegates met also to formu-
late a cultural program for the
next year. They approved of ob-
serving Jewish festivals, hoar;: ;:
lectures.
Jews in a sense are now engaged
in a race with time. So far the
Reich has not placed any wartime
limitations on their emigration, but
it is not yet definitely known how
the plan to create a Jewish Ghetto
in Poland may affect further devel-
opments.
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FRIDAY, DEO. 1ST, 1939
THE JEWISH FLOUDIAN
PAGE FIVB
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
uiiiitiiiiMiiiiimm
mi iiiirimn^iiyiiimuru.....m.....MMMMMMMMM........MM........
On Wednesday evening, Decem- The string quartet, the members
ber 6th, we will have as our guest of which are: Peter Buonconsig
speaker, the Honorable N. Vernon lie Luis Luini, Harry Estersohn,
Hawthorne, eminent Miami attor'anc' Bernard Sokolow, appeared at
ney an County Bar Association, whose the courtesy of Miss Bertha Fos
topic will be, "Youth and Crime." ; ter. Dean. School of Music, Uni-
Mr. Hawthorne is orfc of the out- ] versify of Miami,
standing: criminal lawyers in the
TEMPLE ISRAEL
south am! his talk will be timely
and interesting;.
Fathers and sons are cordially
invited to attend this meeting:.
HOME CAMP
On Sunday afternoon. Decem
ber 10th at 3:00 o'clock, there will
he a reunion of the Home Camp
Ifnyn and girls at the "Y". An ex
cellent program is now being
planned by our Executive Director
and more details will be given in
the next issue.
BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR
THE KTH ANNUAL DANCE
DECEMBER 17. 1039
WOMEN'S DIVISION
On Wednesday, December 13th-
the guest speaker will be Mr. Jo-
seph Berman. director of our Vo-
cational Guidance Department.
who will speak on 'Problem Pa-
rents."
ATTENTION EVERYONE
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
WOLPERT'
Furniture/
bargains!
"We Reiuee To.Be Undersold"
* *r&
155 W. F
PHONE 3-4132,
RAB3I COL'JAN A. ZWITMAN
630 N. E. 31st St.2-548
MIAMI
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O.
' l Indian ''reek I>nve6-1265
MIAMI BEACH
Either or both of tli- Rabbla will he in the Temple every morning,
iou ma) consult with th. m on matters concerning the Jewls commu-
nlty, or you- peironal problems. You will be assured sympathetla
h-.irinK and advice, anil, needless to say. each matter will be held in
trlct confidence.
**% THE
'OLE
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH SERVICES
Friday evening. I),-,-. 1st, 1939,
at 8:15 p- m.
We again desire to call to your
attention to our Employment Ser-
vice at the "Y." We ask all per
sons who will employ any help this
winter, to communicate with the H' Ki'Plan-
A reception for worshipers will
follow the services.
Sermon: -Joseph in Egypt."
Rabbi Oilman A. Zwitman.
Services conducted by Dr. Jacob
Parents of campers are request-
oil t.i keep this date open and to
bring their children here at that "Y" as we have several applica
time. In addition to camp songs, tiuns of qualified and needy per
games, cheers ami festivities, mov sons in all branches; bookkeepers.
ing pictures of the campers will be stenographers, chauffeurs, nurse Saturday morning.
maids, mechanics, garage men, 1939, at 11:00 a. in.
etc.. etc.
Just give us a call and we will
Do
BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR
THE 8TH ANNUAL DANCE be glad to help you.
DECEMBER 17TII. 1989
STH ANNUAL DANCE
Only a few more days left to
wiiv the coveted prize of a beauti-
ful piece of luggage which goes to
the person selling' the greatest
number of tickets for the 8th An- be the biggest season and we e*
ROOM AND BOARD
Our Executive Director has been
receiving requests from many
parts of the country concerning
Room and Board. This season will
nual Dance by Monday December
3rd.
Services will he conducted by
both Rabbis, with the participation
of: Mr. .1. Gerald Lewis, Mr.
Adolp Wertheimer, Mrs. Harold B.
Spajet.
S1SITERHOOD NEWS
Freeman Nevins. Selma Schnitzel
Miriam R. Kauffmann.
TEMPLE PROGRAM
Friday evening reception after
the services iiv Kaplan Hall. An
hour of social greeting, at which
refreshments are served, under
the auspices of the Sisterhood,
with Mrs Samuel Katz. as chair-
man.
Saturday morning service- at
11:00 a. m. The inauguration of
this year's morning services or;
the Sabbath, should he supported
by the cooperation of our membei,
At this Saturday's services, sev
oral officers of the congregation
will read the biblical ami prophetic
portions, and on subsequent S;,:
Urdays other officers and laymen
will participate The Sabbath morn
ing services are attended by mem
bars of the Confirmation Class,
and it is important that the young
LEADING HOTEL
SUMMER
COMFORT
lkli medtm. Hre-
prool hot*] In th*
heart ol downtown
Jacksonville Ever/
tomm with tub and
hewer, toft water.
radio, and Venetian blinds. Every bed
with Innerepring mattreu and reading
lamp. Running ice water en every floor.
POPULAR PICID
COCKTAIL LOUNGE ond
COFFEE SHOP
Hot
Other J 8 Pound Hotel,
I Potten-Chottoaooao Hotel DcSoto-Sconnol
people
receive a proper example
i from the adults in our congrega
The regular meeting of the Sis ,;_ wh (..,n S(.,.Vi. oU,. Tl.mpl(. ,,y
terhood held on the first Monday their attendance,
of each month, will take place this
Monday. Dec 4th. 1939, at 2:00
pect more visitors thai* any other
year. If you have any rooms to rent
phase communicate with the Exe-: P- "> in Kaplan Hall. Matters of ', SOrrow
Reports of members of the va- cutjve Diiwtor and give him par- importance to the congregation, as
nous committees are encouraging ticulars. There is no charge for well as a most interesting pro
and we know from the spirit and this Bervice. jU8t y accommo gram will he presented.
enthusiasm shown by the various (|ntjon
members, the sale of tickets will
go "over the top." Your scribe has
been interviewing various orches-
tra leaders ami will make an an-
nouivcomont shortly as to the choice
of band. You may real a--tired, we
will have nothing hut the best.
THANKSGIVING EVE
CELEBRATION
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Hats off to Mrs. Maurice Gross
man. Mrs. Nat Hlumherg. Mrs.
Sam Shindell. Mrs. Leon Liebei
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
A most inspiring Thanksgiving
Day program was presented by
members of the Religious School
at the assembly last Sunday. The
IN DEEP SYMPATHY
Our Congregation notes with
the recent passing ol"
Charles Lerner, Philanthropist
and Humanitarian.
Deepest sympathy is hereby ex-
tended by the Rabbis, officers and
members of our Temple.
man and Mrs. Charles Strauss for program follows:
their splendid efforts in making
Wednesday night's affair a huge
success.
An audience that filled the au-
ditorium attended the 2nd annual J
Thanksgiving celebration last.
Wednesday evening, at the "Y." I
The excellent music furnished
by the String Quartet of the I'ni-
Henry Gabbtt, Sid Slepkin and
your scribe have had our hands
1. Thanksgiving service, reader.
Leonard Triester.
2. Responses and musical se'.ee
tions by the Religious School choir,
consisting of: Marjorie Berman
Su
full trying to decide which of the j Adele Cowen. Eileen Cowen.
many fine orchestra's in and zanne Davis. Dorothy Goldstein,
around this vicinity to use for the Janice Greenfield, Blossom Hy
Eighth Annual Dance. Sunday,lams, Rita llyinan, Jane Liebling
vanity of Miami was enjoyed by December IT. at the civic Center, j Isadora ^Margolis. Beverly Marx.|
The fin
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MOHEL
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300 N. W. 16th Ave.
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Own
Your Home?
There never was a better time)
than now to build on*.
The Liberal Financing Througn
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Makes H Possible
everyone. The fine patriotic re
mark-- by Mr. George L Swan, of
Ht>me.stead. thrilled every person
pronent.
According to advance ticket sales Emma Rosenborg. Ruth Wolkow
it look- like a possible sellout. Our sky. ami Alan Westin, David I.ut
president Karl I'allot alone has sob' sky Henry Drvyfus.
more than 350 tickets. We hope :!. Greetings from the Unitarian
the other boys tin the committee Church Religious School extended
Following is a resume of the will follow in his footsteps. Don't iVy Sonny Shepard. who repn
program: 1. Opening remarks, permit a small dollar bill to keep ed th.- students who visited our
Maurice Grossman; 2. Invocation, you from having one of the best assembly.
Rabbi Abinham Kellner; 3. Star evenings of your life. Make your
Spangled Iiauner Audience neconi reservation now.
anied by Mis. Pearl Reismani; 4.
bstroductory Remarks. Dr. Sam- Aftr |ls,,Mlino. to Lew Safan
w"l Beckman; ">. Presentation of
After listening
4. Principal Address on "Thanks
giving Day" by Mr. Stanley Rat
tier of the post-Confirmation class.
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Pickled, Caoked and Smoked
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DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
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Now Obtainable Every-
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Give me a call and I will Rladly
Help you to Kt Ihe heat pos-
sible information as to Its plan.
H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman Ins. Agency
1015 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3151
^frenchy's
BEAUTY SALON
201 Shoreland Arcade
2nd Floor Facing Elevatror.
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"Frenchy" formerly with
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By
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6. Remarks: Mark Williamson
praising the 1939-40 "Y" basket 5. Poem: "We Thank Thee.
Worn, Girl Scout Troop No. 23. ,m u,ftm ,.(, say we inould nave |Carol Reder.
tfmetad by Mrs. Sam Shindell; R prptty K,>od team. More than 40
i. Quartet. Opus 20, No. 5. Haydn. ()iiW turn(l(| ()Ut for ,he initia|
Allegro. Memnetoo. Andante. Fuga, ,irnctico iast week. Austin Younts
of the Y. M. C. A. has been kind
enough to permit the Y. M. II. A.
t.> use their quartan to practice.
!
"ing Quartet. Usiversity <>f Mi
ai, School of Music; 7. Address,
"PreBerration of a Democracy."
Mr. Geo. L. Swan; iV Interludium
w Modo Antico. Glaxounow (String
Quartet); 9. Remarks. Mr. Leo
Robinson; 10. Remarks. Mr. E. Al-
bert Pallot; 11. Andante. Ditters-
dort*. Irish Reel. Ponchon. String
Quartet; 12. Benediction. Rabbi
Audience, accompanied
Albert Reisman.
The Y. M. H. A. Duckpin League
is due to come to a close in two
weeks. At the present time the
Royals led by Al Bcrkowi'z look
like the winners with a game
ead over the Reliables. Many val
7. Reading from the Psalms and ; I
Benediction by Charles Rubin
Birthdays in the Religious School
celebrated during November, ware:
Jerpld Elmer Wise, [na Steuer,
Lillian Rubin, J. W. Baros. Jr..
Doris Rosenthal, Robert Rraz,'
(and Reder. Mark Williamson.
Leonard Triester. Joyce B. Kerzin. 11
Natalie Zinkow. Charles Richard
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLOBIPIAN
FRIDAY, DEC. 1ST, 1939
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m- and
Friday evening 8:15.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
a. m.
Late Friday evening services,
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
a. m.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p.
m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.
Dl.
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
SERVICES
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro at the Beth
David Synagogue. Friday evening,
at 8:15. Cantor Louis Hayman, as-
sisted by the Beth David Choir will
chant the Liturgic Melodies com-
posed by Cantor I. Kaminsky.
In view of the Thanksgiving
. Day celebration Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will speak on the subject-
"Thanking God in Sorrow." The
"Oneg-Shabbos" held during the
social hour in the auditorium after
the services is proving to be the
most unique. This Friday, Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Koppelowitz will serve
as hosts in honor of their daugh-
ter's birthday.
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Junior Congregation.Immedi-
ately after the early services Sat-
urday morning at 10:30 the Junior
Congregation will conduct its 8er-
vices, Harold Shapiro will be in
charge. The "Bar-Mitzvah" of Irv-
ITtg, son of Mrs. Sadie Pont will
take place Saturday at 9:30. A re-
ception will be tendered him in the
auditorium after all services
Bar-Mltavah Group.The 'Bar-
Mitzvah" group will meet Sunday
morning from 9 to 10 under the
direction of Louis Gadon; boys of
12 and over arc eligible to attend-
Talmud Torah.Our daily He-
brew School comprises one-third
of the total registration of the
Sunday School. This marks a very
high average for a daily Hebrew
School though it does not indicate
the majority of the children in the
community are receiving religious
instructions. It is unfortunate that
parents are so ignorant as to per-
mit hundreds of their children to
go without religious training.
Sunday School.The classes of
our Sunday School are under the
capable guidance of registered and
licensed teachers. We urge parents
to become more vitally Interested
in the welfare of their children
and attend the assembly from
11:30 to 12. An urgent appeal is
made to the mothers in the col-
umn of the Sisterhood's notes. We
ask that you carefully study the
appeal.
A WARNING
Members and friends are ad-
vised to please phone the Rabbi
if they are approached by repre-
sentatives, solicitors, salesmen or
individuals who come to them and
speak in the name of the Rabbi
for their own purposes. Please do
not hestitate to inform the Rabbi
immediately of such a procedure.
ADVICE TO THE COMMUNITY
We wish to acquaint the com-
munity at large that no longer are
delicatessen products (Frankfurt-
ers. Salami. Corned-beef, etc.) be-
ing manufactured locally as
KOSHER. The original plant has
been converted into a NON-
KOSHER plant. Those who are in-
terested in observing strictly
KOSHRUS whether it be meats or
restaurants are cautioned to phone
and inquire.
REFIAII-SHLAEMA
May the Almighty grant an im-
mediate cure to Mrs Max Pepper
and Mr. Jacob Rubin who are con-
valescing at the hospital.
THANKSGIVING EVENT
At the annual Thanksgiving
Event sponsored by the Beth David
Sisterhood which was held Tues-
day afternoon. Dr. S. E. Chambers
was the winner of the twenty
pound turkey. Dr- Chambers gra-
ciously gave the turkey to a most
deserving family in our midst.
ANNUAL CHANUKAH DINNER
Plans have been formulated for
our popular Chanukah Celebra-
tion to take place Sunday evening.
December 10th at 6:30 at the
Alamac Kosher Hotel, Miami
Beach. The new management of
the Alamac Hotel has assured us
an extraordinary treat with re-
gard to the Chanukah Dinner spon-
sored by our Sisterhood- Mrs. Leo
Ackerman, chairman of the dinner
and her committee consisting of
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Mrs.
Harry Oliphant, announce that a
most unique program will be pre-
sented during the evening Full
details of the program will be
mentioned in next week's issue-
Reservations must be completed
within one week's time; we there-
fore ask as many members and
friends to phone 2-1473 or 2 0390.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP TEA
In keeping with the tradition
established by the Beth David Sis-
terhood, the Annual Membership
Tea will take place Wednesday, at
2 p. m., December 13th at the A]
cazar Roof- Mrs. Joseph Fine,
chairman of the affair, is antici-
pating an unusual large attendance
at the Tea. Mrs. Stanley Myers,
program chairman is arranging an
outstanding program for the oc-
casion. The details will be men-
tioned next week.
LEHMAN AND MacDONALD TO CONFER
AT 25th ANNUAL MEETING OF J. D. C.
JUNIOR HADASSAH
(Continued from Page 3)
BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD
GALA BOAT RIDE
Mrs. Harry Markowitz, chairman
of the Sisterhood's unusual event,
the "Moonlight Boat Ride" an-
nounces that due to the inclement
weather, the ride has been post-
poned until Tuesday, December
19th- The capacity of the boat ia
limited to 225 and we therefore
urge those who desire to be with
US Tuesday Eve.. December 19th
at 8:30pier 8 of Biscayne Park;
The Sever: Seas Yacht, are advised
to make their reservations at once.
otherwise they will be disappoint-
ed. A splendid program has been
arranged to make the evening a
success. In addition to the Boat
Ride, dancing, entertainment and
prizes will comprise the program
of the evening. Those holding
I tickets are informed that the
tickets will be honored that date.
ANNUAL FOOD SALE
The annual elaborate Food Sale
of the Beth David Sisterhood took
place this past Wednesday, No-
vember 29th, throughout the en-
tire day on N. W. 5th Street, We
thank the cooperation of the mem-
bers and friends who purchased
the delicious foods and cakes
which were home made and within
range of popular prices. Mrs. Jean
Seitlin, chairman of the Food Sale,
expresses her personal thanks.
I the meeting about the lovely af-
fairs vou attended there and about
the Hebrew singing and dancing
that took place throughout the
convention.
Yes. Jeannette. we will be sure
and extend invitations to all to
attend the next regular meeting.
December 4. at the Beth David
Talmud Torah.
Our unit has been asked to par-
ticipate in Rabbi Abraham Kell-
ner's Sunday afternoon broadcast.
December 10. over station WIOD.
So at 3:30 o'clock be sure and tune
in. Don't forget. Jeannette, you are
to extend greetings as president.
Pauline Querido is giving a few
remarks in her capacity as South-
ern regional Jewish National Fund
be presented a skit entitled "If
chairman. Then there is going to
Money Could Talk," by Herman
Weisman o* White Plains, New
York. Helen Pollack. Pauline Que-
rido. Betty and Eva Smith, Hilda
Breskin, Gertrude Shaff, Sylvia
Lyons, Mary Goldstein, Rosalyn
Klein, and Rose Pushkwff will
take part in the above playlet. Our
new choral group will close the
program with a few selections.
GOVERNOR Herbert H. Lehman
of New York (right) and Jamea
G. MarDonald. chairman of the Pres-
idrnt'.- Advisory Committee on Rrf-
BgeeSi will be amon* the principal
participants in the 25th annual meet-
niu of the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee in Chicago
on December 2 and 3. Jewish com-
munity leader* from all lections of
the United State* and Canada wil
attend the >r>ions which will open
at the Standard Club on the e\emni
of December 2 and continue through-
out the next dav with "the problem
of rendering aid overseas under wai
conditions'* a the major topic ol
discussion. The conference will jl-u
be attended by a number of Chrbti in
leader} in refugee and war r.lul
work.
B'NAI B'RITH
(Continued from Page 3)
Isaac Kaufman of New York and
Miami are quoted as calling the
Tuesday affair "a very fine eve-
ning." Mr. and Mrs. Frish Berg
announced that it was "colossal."
Then there was Mrs. Joe Lipton,
asked to make a statement for
her husband, who said. "When it
j crimes to makijng affairs B'nai
B'rith is the tops."
"We should gather more often,"
I "Stupendous!" "Best in a long
time," such were the comments
;at the B'nai B'rith ball. Nathan
Zwitman even spent quite a little
while thinking up the slogan "love-
/-to/
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FRIDAY, DEC. 1ST, 1939
TMB JIWUH FLOWD1AM
PAGE SEVEN
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S. RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
Council News
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m.
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.
m.
Shabbes: 9a.ni,
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED
ship of Junior Hadassah, Thurs-
day n''ght. December 7th. Rabbi
Kellner will continue his talks on
Biblical History which will be fol-
lowed by a csoelal hour. Miss Betty
I.asky is chairman of the Cultural
Fellowship.
HABANOTH NOTES
The Buds
FORUM
The Miami Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
are sponsoring the following pro-
I gram for December 1st. 1939 at
! the Evans Hotel, Collins Ave. and
j 10th Street, Miami Beach at 2 p. m.
Mrs. Murray F. Wittichen, past
president of the Miami Woman's
Club will discourse on 'Woman's
Influence in Social ar.vl Economic
Changes." A c'ramatic read ng will
be given by Miss Renee Greenfield,
known as "Cousin Renne" on the
raido. Under the head of Person-
ality Garden, one of its important
phases will be discussed, entitled
An unsually successful banquet
marked the installation of our new !
officers who will s-erve for the
coming year. The affair was held
at the Hotel Astor. attended by a
large and distinguished audience.
We take this means of congratu-
lating the officers and members of
the Board and hope that this year
of the labor will be fruitful for
those "who labor in the vineyard
of the Lord."
LADIES AUXILIARY
The Ladies Auxiliary will hold
their bi monthly meeting this
Tuesday, December 5 in the Syna-
gogue building. A pleasant pro-
gram is planned and Rabbi Kell-
ner will speak on the meaning of
Chanukah, explaining its signifi-
cance.
The Indies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will sponsor a Bridge and Mah
Jong game at the home of Mrs. A.
Sackowitz. 1045 S. W. 4th St.,
Sunday night, December 3rd at 8
p. m. All friends are urged to at-
tend.
Plans are now completed for the
Annual Chanukah Latke Party t
be held Sunday evening, December
10th. This affair has a'ways been
noted in our Congregation for its
splendid success and the spirit of
good fellowship pervading it. The
committee in charge are looking
forward to an even greater BUCCesi
and assure everyone of a very
pleasant and enjoyable evening.
Members and friends of the Con
gregation are cordially invited to
join us in this Simcha.
BAR MIT'/.VAH
The Bar Mitzvah of Joe Solo-
mon, son of Mr. and M*. Mose
Solomon, will take place this Shab
bos morning. December 2. Joe will
read the Biblical portion and de-
liver a speech in English. Rabbi
Kellner will address the Bar Mitl
vah boy B.' the parents will Me
hu>:s to the Congregation.
AT HOME.
Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner will be
at home to the Cultural Fellow-
The membership of the Buds has
increased gratifyingly and We take
this means of congratulating the
membership chairman, Paula Anita
Ginsburg, and her committee for
their fine work. The girls are very
busy rehearsing for their Chanu-
Refugee Children in London
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be Mesdames Harry Cohen. Benj. |kindness
"The Charm Business" Mrs. Isi-
dore M. Weinstcin will complete The tots above' Photographed in the
her review of John Gunther's book, courtyard of the HIAS Building.
"Inside Asia." New York City, who came to the
U. S. because the milk of human
has not dried up in the
LaVine, Samuel Javer, Abe Mar-jhearts of their American relatives capacity to 185 per night,
kah program on December 10th, ravick. Rita Hirshfeld, Abe Ru- ar"d friends, drink the first cups of
at which time they will perform for bin. Gertrude I-acks. Irving milk given them by the HIAS ma-
Sunday School Assemblies. | F'rumkes, Morton Russack, Max'tron soon after they were released
To meet the increasing needs the
Shelter Department of the Hebrew
Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) has,
since the outbreak of the war. in-
creased its facilities by two addi-
tional floors bringing up the bed
The Girls of the Blue and White Dreycr.
A very pleasant time was en-
joyed by the members of this group
at the Tea held at their last meet-
ing at the Rabbi's home. Pearl j
by the immigration authorities.
Refreshments will be served.
The public is invited. Admission
fee 25 cents.
Katz was program chairman ami ,
a very interesting and enjoyable |
program was presented. The girls j
voted to meet in the Synagogue,
in order to carry out their Hebrew
instruction more conveniently.
The Debs
The Debs are busy working for
their shields and expect to achieve
their letters in the near future. They
are working on their sweaters
and banners. Their seasonal pro-
ject is rapidly achieving form and
announcements of it, in detail will
be forthcoming in an early issue of
this paper.
BERUCH HABO
We are happy to welcome Greater
Miami Mizrachi Dis'rict who W!l
conduct their Chanukah Meeting,
the first night of Chanukah in our
Synagogue. The value of the Miz-
rachi work need not be emphasized
and a very cordial invitation is ex
REGII.AR MEETING
The regular meeting of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
Miami Section will be held in the
ballroom of the Evans Hotel, 10th
Stileet and Collins Avenue. Miami
+
Beach, Wednesday afternoon,
cember 6th, 1939. at 2 p. m.
De
Mrs. Dorothy Fink will speak on
the Background of Anti-Semit-
ism" Mr. Joseph Rosenberg will
render vocal selections with Mis.
Evelyn Raff at the piano. All
Council members and their friends
are invited to attend.
tended to the Jewish people in
this area to be the guests of the
District- Refreshments suitable to
the Holiday will bo served and ad
mission is free.
SUNDAY SCHOOL NOTES
Class 7A of Mrs. S. Tannenbaum
presented a most interesting and
instructive Thanksgiving program
in both assemblies last Sunday
morning-
The Thanksgiving Essay Con-
test closed last Sunday and the
essay of Paula Rita Ginsburg was
adjudged best and won the first
prize of the unanimous decision
of the judges. Second prize went
to Ronald Mann.
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THE JIWIBH FLOWDIAJT
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenne and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabki
(15 Michigan Avenu*
Phor.e 5-13IS
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
l'ho:.e S-Z013
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES are under way. A very entertain-
ing program has been arranged.
Shachriss at 7 ar.d 8 a m. A], schoo, children will be Bjven
daily; at 7:30 ar.d 9 a. m. Saturday. r|ftfc Proceeds from the tickct
Mincha at 5:10 daily: a: 5:00 sale will go to the School fund.
Friday and Saturday. A r A COXTEST
Maariv at 6:46 daily; at 6:00 ( ^ oratorical contest was held
p. m. Saturday. Sunday njgh. ^ thp synagog1le by
Sr.aloah S'oodoss at 5:15 Satur- the Beach A. Z. A-'a. Judges were
day afternoon. Rabbi Mescheloff Rabbi Mescheloff. attorney Harold
will speak cm "The Portion of the Turk, and Mr J. Berman. The
Week" winner was Stanely Ratner. who
will now compete in Atlanta-
TWO BAR MITZVAHS
HABANOTH
This Saturday morning E'.i Bre-
gor and Gerald I. Brotmar.wi'l The Habar.o-.h Glee Club
celebrate their becoming Bar the direction of Miss Beulah Su-
rahs during the services at garman are making great progress.
.ur -ynagogue Both boys will read A Jewish March of Time skit was
from the Torah. recite the Haf- also presented at the meeting. Re-1
torah and deliver speeches. Rabbi pom on the sale of tickets for^the
if. heloff will address the boy- Habar.oth affair to be held Sun-
Cantor Mamches will chant the day night. Dec- 17th- were made,
sen-ices The Habar.oth meet every Mor.day
ever.ir.g at 7:30 at the synagogue.
MINMONAIRES
S-anley Jonas. Charlotte Frank
.-.-.: Deborah Faber took part in An ever-increasing number of
the ..- program last Sun- young men between the agei :'
day morning. Classes IV. IVA ar.d 13to 18 has b<-e- takirrg advu
- attendance. Miss of our Minnionaires -
was added to the each Sunday at ?:00 a. m.. and the i
taking over class IIA --' '1 by
M \ We are gls It wel- the Sisterl r -'tor.
SISTERHOOD TO MEET
'. res ir Sis
_- take place
night at -
a report on the party
' to given S will be made,
.ember 10th, at Mrs B. H. I- ndon -.v..: preside.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
local lodge activities will be
I sketched by officen ami members.
Reports will bo made of student
work, anti-defamation, refugees,
and cultural work sponsored by
B'nai B'rith. Rabbi Morris A.Skop
will preach. "From the Maccab-
bees to the Modern Suns of the
Covenant."
(HAM K AH ENTERTAINMENT
The climax of the Charfukah
preparations now going on in the
Sunday Religious and Daily He-
brew Schools will be the Commun
ity Thanukah Entertainment spon-
sored by the School Board and the
children of the schools. In addition
to a mature dramatic presentation
The Unlighted Menorah" there
will be class preser.'ations includ-
ing The Lighting of the Candles;
A Jewish March of Time; Shodow-
play and presentation of Thanu-
kah dreidles and goodies by the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Congre-
gatiin. Some sixty children will
participate in the Thanukah En-
tertainment, set for Sunday. De-
cember 10th. Tickets now on sale at
the Temple.
BIBLE CLASS
For the next session Rabbi Skop
ad selections from the Books
of the Maccabbees following the
lesson. The class will resume
its W following
the T: ig -- holiday.
DR JACOB KAPLAN
ADDRESSES "PEN MIND
FOR! M
Bef re i
J : .
M
In -- I the Open '"
subject Th Mes-
sage f the 1 I
Dr. Kaplan*! ad the Ladies
A a y U ed at a tea at
the home of Mr. and Mrs- Barney
J. Cohen, president of I l
gregdtion. Mrs. Jos. K. Wolf
president of the Auxiliary^wel
comed Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan. Wh'lc
ln Orlando they visited Rollins
College and were guests at the
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Skop.
NEXT OPEN MIND FORUM
SPEAKER
On Wednesday, December 1th.
Rev Dr. K Nance of Rollins '',,1-
lege snd Director of Rollins Chap-
el will address the forum on the
subject "Our Common Heritage".
Dr. and Mrs. Nance will be guests
of Rabbi and Mrs. Skop at dinner
prior to the Forum meeting. Fol
lowing the address there will be a
Question Period.
FACULTY DISCUSSION GROUP
At the next sessioi of the Re-
ligious School Faculty Rabbi Skop
will discuss the Philosophy of
Achad Haam Adults invited to the
meeting which will be heV at the
Rabbi's home on East South St.
FRIDAY, DEC. 18T. 1939
OLGIN, EDITOE OF "FREI-
HEIT DEAD
New York (WNS)Moissaye
Joseph Olgin, editor in-chief of the
Jewish daily morning "Freihi
who was a leader of the Communi--.
! party in the United States, died i
a heart attack at his home here. He
was sixty-one years old.
Mr. Olgin was born in Kiev, Rus-
sia, in 1878. His father was a p>
Jewish lumber worker. From I
to 1904 he attended the Uneven
of Kiev, completing his formal edu
cation with post-graduate cOUr
at the University of Heidelberg.
Germany, and Columbia drivers.-.
He received his degree of Doctor -
Philosophy from Heidelberg in 191
and another Ph.D. from Colu:
in 1918.
GENERAL BARKER CON
FIRMS CONVICTION OF
43 JEWS
PELLET
(Continued from Page 1)
his Silver Shirts coming to atU
and "protect" many Bund me< I
ings.
While issuing the capias. Judge
Nettles of Asheville declared that
there was many reasons giving
ground to belief that Pel ley was
financed by "foreign and ur.-A
nan sources."
Jerusalem (WNS Palcor Agi ncy)
Lt. Gen. M. G. II. Barker, General
Officer Commanding British Troops
in Pali onfirmed the convic-
tion of 43 Jew- who had pre-.
B military court
f !- parl i ii in an unautho
military pai foi l.....
The sent of Wshalom Thau.
:-.;..i 11 condemned to life
was reduced I
her 42, who had
. WX v,
:::
. h. Thau, who i
:L- :'.-.
The
riran
'. tr I n the morning of 0 '
9th. The Transjordan Fn
. le the arrests.
WHITE PAPER
(Continued from Page 1)
ized military parade in the 1'.-
Valley last month. When- 1:
John Hoothby Conservative,
whether these Jew-
have their sentences revii
i St cretary replied
idding thai Gem '-a! i >i
was i onsidering tht i
!-.< prisoi
Tom Williams Laboriti |
Mr. MacDonald t<
who had beet
..-...--, 1 l.y )..
tary authorities Mr Ma- Dora
he could not i
i ise any influence in previ
from being imp.....
memlH-r- of the group,
out that he did not prop
terfere in the case.
SERVICES
Friday at B p. m. Saturday
B:30 a m.
Th Shal bat is B'nai B'rith
Sabbath with local lodge 104
ler the chairmanship of Mr. A
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Tooth Mr. Hawthorne, a native *
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.:--.. were 26 Jewish re-
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other Jewish passengers were -
Pan- (WNS)The HIAS-ICA
ipted
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U. S. Flag n. awarded ,
s^ v\n~A. ,r.o- u ,, _. approximately oO Jew.sh refugees
tn Florida m 1934. Mr. Hawthorne _%. -i j u j .u r ,
. _,__.. who sailed aboard the ill-fated
ks president of the Dade Countv v ,, ,. c. ,.
.- ... j ". Netherlands hr.er "Sunon Bolivar
Bar Association ar.d a member of nn m v
.Lc, o for Chile. The emigration bureau
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