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

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

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

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University of Florida
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coding Ylh*e Jhewiisih HJiniity
VOLUME 13-No. 27
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 19 PRICE 10 CENTS
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MOURNS DEATH
OF JABOTINSKY
Now York (WNS)Leaders of
world Jewry, Zionists and non-
Zionists alike, joined in mourn-
ing the sudden passing of Vlad-
imir Jabotinsky, world-famed
Zionist-Revisionist leader, auth-
or, lecturer and soldier.
Messages of condolence poured
into the headquarters of the New
Zionist Organization, of which
Mr. Jabotinsky was founder and
president, from all parts of the
world. The Russian-born Zion-
ist leader's death came as a
stunning blow to Jews through-
out the world.
Thousands gathered at the
Schwartz Funeral Parlor last
Tuesday to pay their last re-
spects to the most controversial
figure in the annals of Zionism.
Burial took place at the New
Montfiere Cemetery. Long Island
in the section belonging to the
New Zionist "Nordau Circle.*'
Mr. Jabotinsky died of a heart
attack shortly before midnight
last Saturday night at Camp Be -
tar, a camp maintained by the
Zionist-Revisionist youth organ-
ization, near Hunter, N. Y. He
was 59 years old.
The Revisionist leader came to
the United States from England
on March 13 to promote interes:
in his idea of a Jewish Army,
which, he said, would fight as a
separate unit under British com-
mand against Nazi Germany.
More than 5,000 persons stormed
the Manhattan Center a few days
after his arrival last March to
hear him speak.
Commander of the Jewish Le-
gion which fought with British
forces in Palestine during the
World War, Mr. Jabotinsky said
upon his arrival in this country
that he was prepared to raise a
Jewish army of more than 100.-
000 men from all parts of the
world.
Shortly before his death, it
was learned, the New Zionist
\< ader had determined to return
to England to reopen negotia-
tions with the British govern-
ment for the creation of a Jew-
ish army.
Although Mr. Jabotinsky fre-
quently bitterly criticized the
British government for its poli-
ciei in Palestine and resented the
fact that he was not permitted
to enter the Holy Land, he main-
tained that Great Britain, while
fighting the Nazi government,
deserved the support of Jews
throughout the world.
Born in Odessa. Russia, on Oc-
tober 18. 1380, he attended high
school in his native city but com-
pleted his education in Switzer-
land and Italy. He studied law
and was admitted to the bar in
Russia, but never practiced law,
preferring a career as a writer
and active Zionist.
He soon became well known
as a writer, receiving wide praise
for Russian and Hebrew trans-
lations of Dante aiyl Poe. He
prepared a Russian translation
^ (Continued on Page 7)
Y. M. H. A. AIDS
HOME GUARD UNIT
NAZIS TO ENLARGE
LUBIN RESERVATION
The Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation has taken the lead in
the movement to obtain volun-
teers for the McAllister Home
Guard Defense with the an-
nouncement that already four
teen of their membership will be
I present at the next meeting to
be held Monday evening at the
: Dade County Armory. N. W. 7th
I Avenue at 27th Street. The
movement was started as one of
the activities of the Americaniza-
tion Committee of B'nai B'rith.
Sholem Lodge representatives
i are making appearances before
all groups advising them of the
lvalues and advantages of the
Home Guard units.
The first fourteen Jewish men
who have joined the McAllister
Home Guard Defense from the
Y group including their presi-
de m. Dr. Samuel Beckman. are
Manny Tietler, Murry Kellman,
Dave Lemmelman. Jack Tietler,
Sam Hollender. Harry Schwartz,
Lou Satan. Aaron Froelich. Her-
man Waitsman, Fred K. Shochet,
'Charles Blau. Leon Lieberman,
'and Norman Weiss.
Anyone interested may obtain
further information by calling
Nat Roth. 2-4243. or The Jewish
I Floridian.
RESTRICTS JEMS:
Lisbon (W N S)Nazi officials
are discussing the possibility of
nlarging the Lublin Jewish
: "reservation" in Nazi occupied
JEWISH suv
iili
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London (W N S)Pursuing its Poland to provide room for all j London (WNS) The new
admitted policy of eliminating the Jews in Germany and Nazi- French government of Marsh;.)
| Jews from European life, Adolf j dominated lands, it was reliably pctain is planning to mobilize a.
i Hitler's Nazi government an- reported here. j large number of French Jews for
nouneed new restrictions against | The Lublin "reservation, to compulsory service, according to
[Jews in Germany and Nazi-occu- which the Nazis have sent thou- a French radio report. The mo-
pied Poland, it was reported sands of German and Polish Jews ;bilized Jews will be assigned to
!here during the past year, has been |the task of rebuilding roads and
Henceforth. Jews will be per-! describt'd by r^u&ees as '"a liv" bridges destroyed by Nazi troop*
imitted to do their shopping only
between 4 and 5 p. m. This rul-
ITALIAN PAPER IS
E
London (WNS)Premier Mus-
lim's p!an to grab Palestine in
[the event Great Britain is de-
feated was echoed in the Italian
i newspaper, Regi m e Fascista.
which headlined a front page ed-
itorial demanding Palestine. "In
Jerusalem next year."
The Fascist newspaper stated
'that Mussolini would soon un-
dertake the "liberation of the
Holy Land." The paper mad"
no mention of the fact that Mus-
solini's liberators recently bomb-
|ed the port of Haifa, killing 46
persons and injuring 88 others.
< all of them, with the exception
of five policemen, civilians.
The editorial stated: "For
Catholic Italians the problem of
- the Holy Land is open and deep-
11>- felt. The war against Gn .
Britain has served to r< open
thifl question. The profane and
ruthless exploitation of the Holy
Land must cease. The Catholi-
cism of the Italian people gives
them a moral right, and this also
; is the historic right of the House
of Savoy which carried the title
"King of Jerusalem'."
FIFTH COLUMN ACTIVITIES
TOLD IN JEWISH RECORD
ing hell," lacking the most ele- ; before the armistice.
ing will result in severe hard-
ships for Jewish housewives
since they cannot possibly com- i
plete their shopping within one
hour because of the long lines
outside the shops and markets. ,
The ruling states also that Gen-
tiles, who shop for Jews, may
do so only during the designated
hour.
An official order from the Nazi
postoffice authorities deprives
Jews throughout Germany of
their telephones. Many German
cities have posted bulletins ord-
ering the Jews to leave within a
few months. The city of Bres-
lau has ordered its Jewish com-
munity to leave by autumn.
At the same time, new curbs
were placed on Jews still able to
leave Germany. A new decree
forbids emigrants from taking
out of the country more than
two suits of clothes, one pair of
overalls, one sweater and one
overcoat.
Jews planning to leave the
country previously had been per-
mitted to buy all the clothes they
thought necessary but were un-
able to take any money with
them. Through the new meas-
ure the Nazi government will
confiscate all the personal prop-
erty of Jewish emigrants.
The regulations permit an adult
Jewish woman to take with her
only the follow ing items: two
dresses, two professional robes,
two aprons, one pull-over, one
raincoat or costume, one winter
coat or cape, one pair of winter
gloves, three pairs of drawers.
two nightgowns or pajamas, two
underskirts, six pairs of Stock-
ings, two bedsheets, two bed cov-
mentary sanitary facilities. Hun-
dreds of Jews, forced to sleep
in open barns and sheds, were
reported to have died of penu-
monia during the past winter.
The "reservation" has been cut
off completely from the outside
world, Nazi authorities even rc-
, i fusing to deliver mail to Jews
transported there. All requests
from newspapermen to visit
Lublin have been rejected
Barbed-wire entanglements sur-
round the area.
Another report from Nazi-oc-
cupied Poland states that the
Nazis have pressed into compul-
sory si rvice 600.000 Poles, in
eluding approximately 200.000
JPws. for the purpose of building
new fortifications on the Ger-
man-Soviet border. Both Pole
and Jews receive no pay foi
their work and are fed left-overs.
T
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy*A grant of 100,000 pounds
sterling designed to promote Pal-
estine's self-sufficiency has been
approved by High Commissioner
Sir Harold MacMichael. Th.
funds are to be taken from th.
government surplus now on
hand.
The main purpose of the gran!
will be to increase the agricul-
tural productivity of Palestine
thus enabling the people to sub-
stitute locally grown foodstuff:
for certain imports. Primarily
the money will be used for loan'
to procure seed and f, rtilizer
>rs, two pillowcases, one pillow, land to enable the recipients tc
two quilts, one set of mattresses cultivate the ar .ir a straw bag. two pairs of street
shoes, one pair of house or gym-
The practice of conscripting
Jews, without pay. for recon-
struction work after the Nazi
war machine had laid waste tec
the land, was introduced by the
Nazis in Czechoslovakia and
Nazi-occupied Poland.
The French report stated that
the mobilization decree is being
prepared at Vichy, seat of the?
Pctain government, and will i
issued shortly. Announcement ol
the proposed decree culminatid
a week in which the French ra-
dio and press joined in anti-Jew -
ish attacks.
Earlier, the French radio had
charged that certain persons
prominent in French financial
and artistic circles had proved
that "they were Jews befon
they were French" by their ac-
tion in fleeing the country at the
time of France's military col-
lapse.
The Nazi short wave wirelessi
said that French Fascists wit.-
demanding dissolution of all Ma-
sonic lodges in France and that
the Jews criticized by the French
radio had been deprived of their
citizenship by the Petain regime.
Meanwhile the French govern-
ment issued a long list of prom-
inent Frenchmen, including sev-
eral Jews, who will be denation-
alized and stripped of their
wealth unless they appear and
give "good reasons" for their
flight. Featured on the list were
the names of Baron Fdouard div
Rothschild, who is now in New
York, and Louis Louis-Dreyfus,
French bankers. }
Others on the list included'
Louis Rosengart, manufacturer
or France's "baby Ford" automo
M. 1., \ itan, one of Franc, 's
most important furniture and r;,-
young trees in the citrus groves, (,, manufacturers, and M Sol-
Some of the money, however nskl ,,I10 ()f Uu, countryS
nasium slippers, three personal'will be used for short-term loans f in^ n;il MK,k,ls
towels, three dish towels, two
scrubbing rags, two dust rags.
Since the beginning of the war
there has been a general tighten-
ing of anti-Jewish measures. The
curfew for Jews in most German
through which tractors to break
the new land may be hired
There will also be loans ci |
which payment will be due in |
periods ranging from five to fif-
teen years: these latter are in-
cites is 9 p. m. Conditions are tended for the installation of ir-
even worse in Nazi-occupied Pol- rigation facilities for vegetables
and. According to an official no- and fodder, and also for cold
tice printed in the Warsehauer storage facilities to accommodate
New York (WNS)How Can-
adaafter allowing native and
foreign fifth column elements
complete liberty of action like-
many democracies in Europe
finally recognized them as sub-
versive organizations threatening
the very security of the nation, is
described bv Albert in an article.
"Canada's Fifth Column." appear-
ing in the July-August Conttm-
parary Jewish Record.
Zeitung. Nazi paper printed in
, Warsaw, Jews are forbidden to
enter Warsaw parks or sit on
i benches placed for the conven-
1 ie nee of the public in various
i parts of the city.
A number of streets and public
the potato crops.
New York (W N S) German-
Americans in the United States
were urged to form a secret Nazi
places in the former Polish cap- | organization similar to The
NAZI RADIO URGES U. S.
SECRET NAZI GROUP
ANT! ZIONIST AGITATION
REPORTED IN LITHUANIA
Zurich (WNS'The pro-Sovi t
press of Lithuania and Latvia,
two of the states recently ab-
sorbed by the Soviet Union. hu\ ,
launched editorial campaigns
against Zionism, demanding that
Zionist organizations in those
countries be outlawed, it was
learned here.
Zionist editors of Jewish news-
papers have been ousted and re-
! placed by Jewish Communists,
ital have been been barred to .Link." notorious pro-Nazi group The Communist press demands
Jews. Jews are restricted to a i which was recently outlawed in that all Yeshivas in Lithuania
small area in Warsaw known as Britain, in a Nazi radio broad- iand Latvia be closed by official
the Jewish ghetto. least |order.
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PAGE TWO
*Jenisti flcridliari
FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1940


The first annual boat ride party
sponsored by the Ladies Auxil-
iary of the Miami Jewish Ortho- {
dox Congregation will be held
Tuesday evening, August 20th,
leaving Pier 8 Municipal docks
at 8:30 o'clock aboard the yacht
Seven Seas, which sails in Bis-
cayne Bay. An orchestra will
furnish music for dancing, novel |
entertainment will be presented | Mrs. Josephine Rubin. 42 of 927 I The Dean's Office of the Univer- The wedding of Miss Marjorie
en
TY
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
and refreshments will be avail- i Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, suc-
cumbed to a brief illness Monday
evening in a Miami Beach hos-
able. Mrs. J. L. Jacobs, chair-
man, is being assisted by Mes-
sity of Florida has just released Predingcr. daughter of Mr. and
final tabulation of fraternity Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, to Al
scholarship averages for the pre- Felman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
dames George Chcrtkof and Vic- pital. A resident of Miami Beach j ceding semester. The freshman cus Felman, took place Sunday-
tor Mell. Tiie entire proceeds will
be given to the Talmud Torah
fund.
The bar mitzvah of Bernard, son of Miami Beach, three sisters,
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer. [Mrs. N. Hayman. Mrs. Julia Baer
was held Saturday morning at and Mrs. L. Klinger of New York
Beth Jacob Synagogue. Sunday and a niece, Mrs. Eleanor Kamin
the bar mitzvah was honored at
a reception at his home.

The unveiling of a tombstone to
the memory of Mrs. Sophie Gor-
don Alexander, wife of Nathi-n
Alexander, will take place Sun-
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
J"\vish section of Woodlawn cem-
etery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
conduct the services.
for four years, coming here from | pledge class of Tau Epsilon Phi. August 4th at Temple Israel.
New York, she is survived by one I national Jewish fraternity, has Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman offi-
son, Bert, one daughter. Claire, j achieved undisputed claim to ciated. After a two weeks' hon-
her mother. Mrs. Amelia Pollack first place with a three out of a
eymoon trip the couple will re-
side at 830 S. W. 9th Street.
of Miami Beach. Funeral will
be conducted in New York.

The regular meeting of the
Young Women's Hebrew Asso-
ciation will be held Wednesday
evening. August 21st at the Y.
Clubrooms. 1567 S. W. 5th Street.
All members are asked to attend.
possible four point average. This
is the highest average ever made
by a pledge group at the institu-
tion. Individual awards went to
Sol Alexander and Bob Goldberg
of Miami, and Albert Aronovitz
of Tampa, all Tau Epsilon fresh- j
men. Alexander compiled a per- j
feet average, all As. for the high- Mrs> Jules Wilson accompanied
est freshman average of the year, 'by her son E

Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff
: left for the north where they will
1 visit relatives and friends dur-
ing a month's stay.

Mrs. R. Myers and son Louis who
have been visiting in Miami dur-
ing the past week, left Sunday
lor their home in Greensboro. N.
C.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having articles of
clothing, furniture, etc. that
are not beinK used or neeuYil,
please cooperate with the I^a-
tti,-s Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, and send
these articles to the RUM-
M.m;i: STORE maintained Dy
them.
If You Cannot Bring These
to the
while Goldberg and Aronovitz
followed close behind. The Phi
Beta Delta pledge group, also a
Jewish fraternity, ended up in
Mr. and Mrs. Julius G. Kaplan I thirteenth place. Nathan Aron-
of 516 15th Street. Miami Beach, ovitz. Miami, received mention
leave Sun-
day for Jacksonville, where they
' will visit relatives and friends
for a month.
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 167 N. W. 5th St.
Please Phone
Mrs. L. J. Hartz. 2-7135
Mrs. Morris Dubler. 5-3*17
Mrs Harry Kaufman, 5-4269
Jewish Welfare Office. 3-5377
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. 2.1864
and they will be called for
Mrs. Julius Simpson and daugh-
ter Norma Lee returned to the
; announce the birth of a baby son I from the dean's office for his Clty 'rom New York where they
August 1st at Victoria hospital.
The baby was named David Jay
j at the bris which was held
[Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at the
hospital. Both mother and baby
are doing nicely. Mrs. Kaplan
was the former Miss Phoebe Ef-
seroff.
Mr. Michael Arnold of Coral Ga-
bles returned to the city from a lionship
coast to coast trip. : school.
scholastic average. In fraternity visited for several weeks. Mr.
intramural*, Tau Epsilon Phi Simpson who accompanied them.
placed fifth and Phi Beta Delta is now touring the United States,
placed seventh. Outstanding for
their respective fraternities was The Book of the Month Club will
Ed Goldberg. Miami, for Tau meet in the afternoon, August
Epsilon Phi. and Simon Roth- 121st at the home of Mrs. Sam
stein, Jacksonville, for Phi Beta j Tannenbaum. 2103 S. W. 11th
Delta. Goldberg also won the Street, when Mrs. Charles Feld-
State A. A. U. Handball Champ-: man will review "How Green
Tournament while in Was My Valley." A social hour
will follow.
JE1NI5H EVENTS
II
domination, there were added the eyes of the world because of
about 84.000 residents of Belgi- the presence of millions of others
um. about 200.000 of Holland and
nearly 450.000 from France. The
in a similar position in the Nazi
dominated territories. Most tragic
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relatively searee information '. is the lot of the thousands of Gcr-
from the Lowlands tells of the man emigresparticularly those
arrests and return to Germany of : who actively fought Nazism and |
. refugees and of increasing mis- thus became the special objects
of Nazi revengewho sought [
shelter in Holland, Belgium and
France, only to be handed over
treatment and economic elimina-
tion of native Jews. There is a
justifiable fear that the Nazi de-
(The rapid change of conditions man"s on France may include to the Nazis as part of the dictat-
throughout the world today j the introduction of some form of ed armistice terms. Relatively
makes it necessary now and then racial policy, modified to a cer- few have managed to escape into
[^s^a^s^e rcfn:h jrsr off, E,sandand prugaL
ment with the editors of the Con- I strength of the traditions of dem- The entry of Italy into the war
temporary Jewish Record, Seven ocraey and equality in the first has placed the Jewish commun-
Arts Feature Syndicate and Thi [European country to emancipate i itics in the Mediterranean in the
Jewish Flondian bring you this lhe Jews. Today. Western and direct line of danger Those in
Central Europe, with some ex- langier as well as in the French
ceptions, are dominated by the possessions in North Africa are
forces of racialism and anti-Sem- now exposed to the hazards of
itism, and coordinated by Nazi j Spanish fascism and the changes
policy. The panicky switching in the government policy of
of alliances is extending this con- |France Palestine faces direct
Stanley Tannenbaum, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum,
left Thursday for Camp Erie, ad-
jacent to Baltimore, Md., where
he will remain for a month.

Miss Gertrude Goldstrom of Mi-
ami Beach is convalescing from
a recent illness at the Chateau
de Sante, 6900 Coral Way, where
she will be glad to see her
friends.
e e
Mr. M. B. Frank will return to
the city from Hendersonville. N.
C. the early part of the week and
will remain here a few days, re-
turning there to complete his \j-
cation.
e e
Mr. Max Surer and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack August, accompanied by
their sons, Arthur and Leslie,
will leave Sunday for Hender-
sonville, N. C. where they will
vacation for a month.
e e
Mr. Paul Weintraub of Jackson-
ville. Florida, is visiting in Miami
Beach at the Edsinger Hctel,
where he will remain lor a week.
e
Mrs. Harold Levinson returned
to the city after a weeks visit
in Cincinnati. Ohio, with her par-
ents.
e
Mrs. Hyman Jacobs of Atlanta,
Georgia, accompanied by her
daughter, is visiting in Miami.
e e
Mr. E. Albert Pallot left Thurs-
day for Hendersonville, N. C,
where he will visit for several
days, returning to the city Tues-
day.
e
All Zionist groups in Greater Mi-
ami express their profound grief
at the untimely death of one of
Israel's foremost sons, Vladimer
Jabotinsky. It is the desire of
the community to express its
feeling by sponsoring a memorial
meeting at the end of the "Shlo-
shim" (thirty days period of
mourning). Details will appear
in a later edition.
timely resume of Jewish world
events.The Editor.)
With the occupation of the Low
Countries and the collapse of
France continental Europe enn
now be called a veritable trap ,.
for the Jews. To the number of L d *"*' *S '" the C3SC of !ItaIlan altilcks The sympathy of
Jews already under the Nazi Rumama- whlch ls lo"ay com- the Arab, and particularly the
pletely racist state, and through | Jewish, communities with the
the growing influence of pro- war aims of the Allies continues
Nazi elements in such countries, to be expressed in a number of
as Hungary, where anti-Jewish Ipractical ways, such as voluntary
policies are becoming more and military service, defense loans
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more Vicious. Furthermore. Nazi
j 'ifth column propaganda outside
of Europe is continuing to exploit
I tnti-Semitism in its efforts at
I iurther domination. Its poison-
I >us influences have become in-
reasingly felt in the New World,
as evidenced by recent happen-
ings in several Latin American
countries. The combat against
hem, therefore, becomes a life
death struggle by the demo-
.racies.
The fate of specifically Jewish
refugees has become an issue of
relatively lesser importance in
and economic coordination Aral,
and Jewish collaboration in the
economic and cultural field is
slowly erasing the efforts of four
years of terroristic propaganda
and acts. The uncertain status
of Syria, however, has brought
to the fore new proposals for an
Arab Federation of States, which
may profoundly alter the posi-
tion of the Jewish National
Home.
With the incorporation of Bes-
sarabia and Northern Bukovina |
as well as the virtual extension
(Continued on Page 3)
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 9. 1940
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CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's I'ioneer CongretEalion>
J MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
I CONGREGATION
Palm Beach
Notes
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BETH JACOB
| CONGREGATION
I
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX 5HAHIKO. HaBdl
18 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-M73
Home Phone 2-2176
ii!
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m. and
Friday evening at 5:30 o'clock.
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
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi I
I Rabbi's Residence: i
i 919 South West 13th Court
j | Phone 3-5192
Schedule of Services
Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45
i;). in.
Friday evening services: 5:30
I p. ni.
Shabbes: 9:00 a. in.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. ni.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Miss Adeline Goldstein, da
ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Goldstein, i
who has been attending summer '
school of the University of .Mi-
ami was a visii.or here fur thi
week-end. Miss Goldstein ha.-'
been reappointcd to the North
Borough School faculty.
! TEMPLE ISRAEL j
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. Mrs
Greenstein and children have re
'urned from a :-ix weeks vaca-
i>>n spi nt visiting in New York
and with relatives in Steuben-
ville, Ohio. Following the return
of the rabbi, the regular Friday
night services will now be re-
sumed.
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Raobi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5.1323
MAURICE MAMCHES, Can.or
Phone 5-2013
945 Euclid Avenue
I
-i
In the Synagogue
The sad observances of Tisha
will be observed in the
p. m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 B'Ab
a m Synagogue with services for the
Bar-Mitzvah Group Sunday at | reading of the Buok of Lamenta-
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group. Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of month.
1 lions Monday evening, August
13th at 7 o'clock and Tuesday
morning at 7:30 o'clock. Mincha
Services Tuesday will be held at
12:30 p. ni. All services will be
..inducted by Rabbi Abraham
Tisha-B'Av Services k
Tisha-B'av. marking the de- Home from Va",ian
struction of the two Temples in Rabbi an,! .Mrs. Kellner accom-
Jerusalem, emphasizing the pros- pa lied by their children will re-
ent day catclysm will be ush- turn to Miami during the
. red in at Beth David Syna-
gogue Monday evening, August
12th. at 7:30. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will speak briefly on the
import of the observance.
This Sabbath being empha-
sized as one of the most unique
Sabbaths on the calendar is
known as "Shabbos Chazon."
The Rabbi will speak in Yiddish,
'A Prophetic Vision.''
Talmud Torah
In conformity with many of
the Hebrew schools in the United
States. Beth David Talmud To-
rah has granted a vacation for
the entire month of August, We
wish to advise the parents that
Hebrew school will be resumed
the first week in September.
Refuah-Shlaema
We pray to the Almighty that
He grant an immediate and per-
manent cure to Mrs. Nathan Ba-
der who is convalescing in Jack-
son Memorial Hospital. She is
indeed deserving of constant
sound health.
Nochum Avaelim
May the Almighty assuage the
pain of Mrs. Chas. Jamison and
family at the death of her moth-
er. "May her soul be bound up
in the bond of eternal life.'"
Radio Hour
-I August 12th from their sum-
mer vacation which thoy
The regular meeting of the La
dies B'nai B'rith Auxiliary was
held Monday evening at the
home of Mrs. A. Aron with Mrs
Sol Rubin and Mrs. A. Aaron
as hostesses. Guest speakers
were Rabbi Greenstein and Mr
Sid Birnbaum. Refreshments
were served.
Mrs. Sophie Dickson and child-
ren have departed lor New York
where they will spend the re-
mainder of the summer.
During the absence of Dr Cai
N". Herman, spiritual leader oi
Beth Israel Tempb. short sum-
mer services are being conducted
by various membc rs of the i
gregation.
Synagogue Services
Morning services: Daily at 8
a. in.; Saturday at 8:311 a. m.
Afternoon services at 6:45 p.
in.: Friday and Saturday at C:3u
p. ni.
Evening services: Daily at 7:15
p. m.; Saturday at 7:45 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mcscheloff will
preach on "The Portion of the
Week."
Rabbi Leaves
Our Rabbi and his wife have
left on their vacation during
which they will visit in New
York. New Jersey and other
i northern points.
Religious School
Instruction in our daily .-,
being conducted by Cantoi
Miami Beach f
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN |
530 N. E. 31st St.2-95,48
Miami
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillcl.
Services will be held at Tem-
ple Israel this Friday. August 9th.
1940, at 8:15 p. m. and will bc
conducted by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman. This being the Sab-
bath prior to the 9th of Ab, the
subject of the sermon will be
"Reflections on the Book of Lam-
entations."
Members of the Temple and
friends in the community, are
urged to attend the Friday eve-
ning services, which are well at-
tended.
Visitors in our Temple at last
week's services were Prof. Jaco">
R. Marcus of the Hebrew Uni
Mamche"s. Classes are held Mon- College in Cincinnati, author of
day. Tuesday. Wednesday ;ind the recently published "The,),.
Thursday from t' to 12 each
in the Medieval World." and also
Mr.
with their families and friends
ip north.
Ladies Auxiliary
After t'ne three weeks p riod
,i sorrow the Ladies Auxiliary
will resume their activities with
i gala boat ride Sunday, Al
21 th.
Junior Hadassah
Have you heard? Hear I
Why the v. hole t
about Junior Hada a Admin-
on dance August
he Hotel Cromwell Shore Club,
Dancing is going to be in th.'
B lie
and Mis J. Leo Radcr o'
iii.nle accompanied bi
their daughter Mrs. Multach of
Chicago, spent Monday in W( -'.
Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs Mul-
tach v. ill become permanent resi-
dents of Belle Glade.
CIRCLE GROUP
PLANS CONFERENCE
business and pleasure trip.
Mrs 11 Farbi r of Miami vis-
.ted in Palm Beach.
Carl Sirkin recently complet-
ed the first aid R,d Cross course.
Mr and Mrs. A. Gamut and
children of Pahokee were gu -si
Mrs. Gammot's mother,
morning. Children may be reg- the Allowing Rabbis: Rabbi Eu-
istered any week-day morning. *ene Blachschleger oi
__________________ cry. Ala.: Rabbi Abraham H,
berg of Trenton. N. J.: Rabbi Ed-
mund A. Landau of Alany, N. Y .
and Rabbi Louis Wolsey oi Ph
adelphia. Pa.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace
peace, and comfort the b< r a\ m
among us."
The memory of tin: following
will be consecrated at this Fri-
day's services: Julius K
father of Mr. Harry Kanter: II, r-
man Lefkowitz. jr., son of Mr.
The Workmen's Circle of Mi-
ami will lie hosts to the 21s
Southeastern Conference "l thi
I organization Sunday, M
and Tuesday, beginning Laboi
uHdoor patio and the setting is Sophie Galhck. during their visit
.-imply beautiful with all the nere
pa'ms. and oh. yes. there's going ---------
1,, be a full moon that night, Mr. and Mrs. Phi! F.licher and
We are going to have a promin- their daughter Doris are visiting
ent orchestra who will furnish nl Miami.
music for dancing. Tickets are ---------
only one dollar and ten cuts per Ernest Gold of Palm P
Couple and can be obtained from holder of a private airplane pilot
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Stem ar
visitmg m Miami, on a combined Day, s. ,. [s~t| 2nd and 3rd
iii Miami Beach. Official h
quarters will be at the Viet
jtel, Miami Beach. Mr. Harry
chairman of I and Mrs. Herman Lefkowitz,
committee, is i irge of ar
rangemi nts. Further will >
be announced at a later date.
The Workmen's Circli
organization gr iwn out ol
. ish immi
this country, was found' d ov I
forty yi ars ago, and ".as i
tzi ,1 to educate the Jews, as to
their future in America, to orieii-
Mrs
JEWISH EVENTS
Ii WORLD REVIEW
any mi mber or at the doi r. You
bet I'm going, aren't you? Sure
you are. you wouldn't want to
miss this lovely affair.
There will be an executive
board meeting August 12th at the completion.
(Continued from Pan 2
of Soviet rule over the Baltic ro-
tate th mselves in economic, po- publics, the Soviet Union no
litical and social rights, to create cludes jn its population more
cultural ins'.unions, and to found than half of Europe's Jews. Whi a
a press for the working people looking forward, as in the case
This organization has buil' ,,f Bessarabia, to liberation fr i
many of its own institutions, and racist policies, the Jews
has also helped non-Jews and countries are exposed to the
i al pilot license examination Jews massed with poverty and listing conflict between s
license will shortly take his com-
and if successful will take a re-
misery, has collected hundreds o ideology and the religious and!
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con- ,uimi, of Harriet. Damenstein. All
duct the Radio Hour over WIOD
this Sunday at 3:00 p. m. The
Rabbi will discuss the subject
"Tisha B'avA Message to Is-
rael and Humanity. Cantor Louis
Hayman will be in charge of the
musical program.
The following "Yahrzoiten"
will be observed during this
month of "Ab." The "Anniver-
sary Candle" is lit the evening
before the English date men-
tioned, and the "Kaddish" begins
the same evening until sunset of
the day mentioned.
Rivkah Deborah, mother of
Mrs. May Chisling, August 2nd.
Elizabeth Barber,
Mary and Sarah Barber, August
8ih.
Etel, mother of Mrs. Hillma.
12th.
board members are asked to be
present as important business
will be transacted.
Musa. mother of Mrs. Sol
Weinkle, August 17th.
Buena Beneviste. mother of R.
Baine, August 22nd.
Reva Ekla. mother of Henry
Freedburg. August 24th.
Avrohom, father of Lillian
Stine, August 24th;
Meyer Pesach, father of Mr. M.
J. Kopelowitz. August 26th.
Benyomin Yaakov. father of
Mr. Louis Gordon, August 27th.
Bluma, mother of Mrs. Louis
mother of | Miller, August 28th.
Yehudah Laeb, father of Joe
and Isadore Fine. August 29th.
Ester, mother of Mrs. Wm.
Friedman, Sept 1st.
INFORMATION WANTED
fresher course at Miami, receiv- (thousands of dollars for Jewish cultural patterns of Judaism.
ing his instructor's permit upon war victims, contributed much to The attention of Jews in t
the schools for Jewish children United States was directed i i
and children's homes in Poland ly toward the problem of r,
donated thousands of dollars for ing war victims, while prepara-
Jewish scientific institutions both tioiu were made for the recep-
Information is being sought of here and abroad, financed hos-jtion of refugee children from
Harry Schwartz who disappeared pitals and sanatorium, aided the England. Much attention was
from his home in New York in HIAS and Ort. supported work- focused on the convention of ire
September. 1939 and since then ers' newspapers published in I Zionist Organization of America,
'has failed to contribute to the Yiddish and English. This group which resulted in a complete
support of his wife, Yetta. as a also provides medical attention, change of administration. The
result of which she finds herself insurance, funeral benefit, social verdict reached in the Christen
in destitute circumstances. Mr. j service, fund for needy aged i Front trial in Brooklyn. N. Y..
Schwartz, who is believed to be members, local, district physi-
in Florida, is 54 years of age, a | cians. Yiddish education for the
native of Rumania, of short stat- young, clubs, youth branches and
ure, average weight, has brown j English speaking educational
branches.
hair, slightly -grey, grey eyes,
wears glasses, is an operator on
men's clothing by occupation.
Anyone aware of his location is
requested to communicate with
the National Desertion Bureau.
City.
and the increasing venom of
Father Coughlin's propaganda
were more than offset by con-
crete evidences of the spirit of
national unity in the face of
.-------_--------------------------- -------- j events abroad. These were ex-
AFFIRMS ENLISTMENT pressed in the general temper of
LondonThe enlistment of .the public, the weakening of an-
Palestinian Jews in the British I ti-Jewish and Nazi propaganda,
army was affirmed in the House j a"d the increased demand by the
of Commons by Sir Edward | public for vigorous action against
Grigg, undersecretary for war. !** column activities.
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VOLUME 13 NUMBER 27
FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1940
INTOLERANCE
By Al Segal
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BIRON)
1,071 YEARS AGO
Monday evening Tisha B'Ab will be observed by Jews ev-
erywhere marking the 1,871st Anniversary of the fall of Jeru-
salem.
The dark forces of the world had threatened the future of
mankind then, prior to the first Tisha B'Ab, as they do today.
Armed to the teeth and driven by their brutal "fuehrer," Nebu-
chadnezzar, the Babylonians, too, attempted to conquer and
dominate the world. Everything that stood in the way of their
idea that might should prevail over right was threatened with
liquidation. Babylon, the mightiest state in antiquity, led in
the march of aggression. The Jewish people and its Homeland
were then, as today, among the first victims of the bloody dic-
tator. Only a short period afterwards the historic truth which
must be borne in mind today, became evident. The "fuehrer"
of mighty Babylon was proven by history to have been no
more than an idol with feet of clay. Nebuchadnezzar's plans
for world domination evaporated; his empire crumbled. The
world became free again and the Jewish captives and refu-
gees returned to their Homeland to relay their foundations.
The turning wheel of history makes us hopeful and eagerly
we await the repetition of events that culminated in the leading
-us out of the darkness and dismalness of that first "Tisha B'Ab."
IB DEPARTMENT
AOMITSITSERROR
Washington (WNS)The War
Department, which earlier in the
week announced the arrest of 81
foreign agents" in the Panama
Canal Zone, admitted that it had
made an error when examination
disclosed that the so-called for-
eign agents were European ref-
ugees, most of them Jewish, who
had been invited to work en
canal defenses by army authori-
N'eu'.ral observers here be-
lieved that the War Department
had taken too seriously charges
in some New York newspapers
that the canal zone defenses
were in the hands of aliens, Fol-
lowing publication of the charges
Army authorities arrested the
refugees and shipped them to the
prison island.
It was learned that many of
the refugees. German-Jewish en-
gineers and technicians, were en
route to South American coun-
tries for which they had visas.
While passing through the Canai
they were invited by army offi-
cials to remain and work on
canal defenses. Many of the Ger-
man-Jewish refugees accepted
and had been working on the
new defenses until arrested.
In admitting that it had re-
ferred erroneously to the refu-
gees as "foreign agents," the war
department stated: "The 81 aliens
now awaiting disposition in the
Canal immigration station are
part of a large number of refu-
gees who entered the Republic
of Panama several months ago,
where they were permitted by
the Panamanian' government to
remain temporarily.
"Some were given temporary
employment in the Canal Zone.
The papers of all refugees so cm-
ployed have been examined and
it has been found that 81 have no
legal status whatever. They have
been discharged and have since
been held in the Canal immigra-
tion station awaiting disposi-
tion."
The future of the refugees re-
mains doubtful since their visas
for South American countries,
which they had originally, have
now expired.
JEWS OF ANTWERP
FURTHER DEGRADED
London (WNS)The Jews of
Antwerp have been compelled to
wear yellow badges in the shape
of a mogen dovid (Star of David)
on their street clothing, accord-
ing to a Nazi radio report. As in
certain sections of Germany and
Poland. Antwerp's Jews must
wear the badges as "a mark of
, degradation."
The Nazis originally intro-
. duced the yellow badges for
Jews to protect "Aryans" from
coming in contact with Jews. In
certain parts of the Reich, Jews
must open conversations with
! non-Jews by saying: "I am a
' Jew."
The decree also forbid Jews to
enter designated parks, public
places, concert halls, libraries
'and cafes. They may patronize
1 only those restaurants in the
Jewish quarter.
New York (WNS)An urgent
plea for immediate and effective
unity of all peoples and faiths of
the Western Hemisphere, in the
face of growing threats from
abroad, was made on the Ameri-
can Solidarity Program of the
Free Sons of Israel, national Jew-
ish fraternal organization, which
was broadcast on coast-to-coast
hookup.
A lady accuses me of some-
thing which never was any sin
of mine. I have been guilty of
much but never self-pity. Goldie
Dichner of 3269 U W. Jersey
street. Indianapolis, accuses nie
of this.
In the Yom Kippur prayers we
ask forgiveness for a variety of ,
sins but self-pity is not one of
them. I would add a line to the I
confessions: "For the sin of pity-
ing ourselves, forgive us,"
The lady says I ha1 several
columns of self-pity in the piece
about Mr. Bungle's boarding
farm. This is the farm ::i the
Cstskills that I passed by on my
. '. m !.';:". In front
if it stood a sign: "For Christian
'! i in ists."
She seems to think I was | [ty-
ing myself because Mr. Bungle
cl'.in't want me. a Ji u. J: hu'".s
me the more to be accused of j
self-pity since through s veral
columns I was really laughing at |
Mr. Bungle instead" of weeping
[or myself. Nor was 1 rven an-'
gry. I never did consider .-< cial
discrimination at.ything to get
excited about.
Tin n the lady takes up other
matters on which I find myself
agreeing with her,
She says: "One would sup-
pose the Jewish people are inno-
cent of ever having put up such
signs by signboard, word or deed.
You can probably remember sev-
eral half-Jewish or perhaps non-
Jewish people who attempted to |
make themselves a part of the
Jewish community. Do you re-
member what happened to them '
for paying us the compliment?
Were they welcomed with eager
arms'.' You and I know better.
"We would like to be accept-
ed by others but are far from '
ready to do as much for them .
Where do we get ofr asking for
more than we give?"
Of course, the answer is that
since we are human beings we
suffer from all the faults of the
human race and intolerance is
one of them. When in good time
human nature comes to perfec-
tion we. too, shall embrace all |
the brethren, of whatever faith
or color, and respect them.
Yet a frank confession of in-
tolerance should prepare us for '
the happy day of brotherhood
The fact is that we are not even .
toleiant among ourselves1. One!
group puts up signs against the i
other.
One hears of country clubs
that will not have people who
come out of Orthodox origin i
from East European parentage. I
During the depression when new j
members were badly needed,
some of the clubs relaxed enough j
to tolerate a few people who !
were thai unfortunate in their |
grandfathers or greatgrandfath-
ers. But, as I hear, these peo- |
pie haven't fell at aii happy in
their club-life. All around they
discover hostile glances that as'
much as say to them, "How did
you get in here? You, whose
grandfather came over on a ship
as late as 1890?"
Then there is the religious in-
tolerance that is impatient with
the Orthodox for being that way.
There is a school of Jewish in-
tolerance whose opinion it is if
It weren't for the Orthodox ev-
erything would be all right with
the Jews. If they'd only give up
being kosher and all that, nobody
would find any fault with Jews!
On the other side, intransigeant
Orthodox Jews believe that they
done among Jews have com-
munication with God and that
the Holy One, blessed be He, re-
gards Reform Jews as no more
than Goyim. They will not be
allowed to sit at the right hand
of God when the time comes.
In fact, Orthodox intolerance
sometimes extends to other Or-
thodox Jews who do not weigh
up to the full measure of Orth-
odoxy. I know of a certain city
in which one Orthodox rabbi
would as soon be seen in St. Pat-
rick's Cathedral as to enter the
synagogue of another Orthodox
rabbi in the same city. In that
synagogue women are allowed to
sit on the same floor level with
the men, though in a separate
section, contrary to the Orthodox
rule which requires that women
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WAR ECHOES
Recently revived and referring to some of Badolf's categor-
ical imperatives is the old gag: "He's giving the world twenty-
four hours to get out" Canada's air corps is doing its re-
cruiting with posters proclaiming: "Why walk to Berlin? Join
the Canadian Flying Corps" ... If you want to know how the
Italian people really feel about their partnership with Hitler,
just remember that the circulation of the Vatican organ Osser-
vatore Romano, which used to be 120,000 when the editors were
allowed to criticize Adolf, has fallen to about 30,000 since the
censors clamped down on the paper Now it can be told that
conditions in the French concentration camps for anti-Nazi refu-
gees were quite bad even before Hitler marhed into France .
But don't believe your eyes when you see photos of large
crowds of Frenchmen raising their hands in the Nazi salute .
The way such pictures are gotten is this: A band or some other
attraction is set up in a public square, and a crowd natrally
gathers around Then the band leader says: "All those who
don't speak German will please raise their hands" Hund-
reds of hands go upand the Nazi cameraman does his stuff.
LISTEN HERE
"I wonder," cracks Nick Kenny, "if a dictator isn't a guy
who keeps the fate of his country in the hollow of his head"
. We don't know the statistics on the number of lunatics in
these United States, but we can tell you that one out of every
five hundred people polled in a recent survey expressed a de-
sire to help Naziland win the current war What's this about
the Townsendites seeking a tie-up with Joe Mac Williams of New
York's Yorkville, who only recently was convicted of creating
a disturbance with his anti-Semitic speeches? Incidentally,
one of MacWilliams' most eloquent opponents in that part of
town is one Thomas Patrick Eagan All of which reminds us
to report to you that Montana's Congressman Thorkelson, who
managed to build up quite a Nazophile reputation for himself
during the past few years, has not been renominated by his
constituents Those who are betting against Roosevelt in the
Presidential campaign are basing a great deal of their confi-
dence in Wilkie on the report that Charlie Michelson will not
be the active publicity genius of the Democratic campaign this
year But we're warning them right now that Charlie will be
very much on the job We feel it wasn't very gracious on the
part of the Rev. Dr. Edgar F. Romig to call Irving Berlin's "God
Bless America" a "mawkish iteration" Any song that clicks
with millions must have something Besides, there isn't a
single national hymn anywhere in the world the music or words
of which could be classified as really great music or literature
. Did you know, incidentally, that all the proceeds of the song
are being donated by Mr. Berlin to the Boy Scouts?
TRUE STORY
Adam Rosen, of the shipping agency, tells us of a group of
German Jewish refugees who recently came to him to purchase
transportation to Madagascar Rosen, puzzled, asked why
they should choose so tropical a country for a summertime visit
. "You don't understand," the spokesman of the group said,
"we're not going there on a visit We're going to settle there
. For seven years now we've been on the move First from
Berlin to Vienna.then to Prague, next to Antwerp, then to Paris,
and now to this country We had hoped to stay here .
But when we read that the Nazis had announced that all Jews
would eventually be transferred to Madagascar, we thought
we'd better go there in comfortable accommodations new, in-
stead of waiting another few years and having to go over in a
crowded refugee ship .
LITERARY NEWS
You will remember that a year before Pierre van Paasen's
"Days of Our Years" was published we told you that it would
become an otstanding book Now we tell you that Maurice
Samuel's "The Great Hatred" will create a bigger sensation
than Hermann Rauschning's "Revolution of Nihilism" .
Rauschning, by the way, is discovering that a Nazi record isn't
the easiest thing in the world to live down Notwithstanding
his two volumes exposing the philosophy of Nazism, he has so
far not been able to obtain the affidavits necessary if he is to
be admitted to this country ... If you want to know the real in-
side story about the collapse of France there are a couple of
pieces you should watch out for The first is by van Paasen
and will appear as an introduction to a book called "Beyond
Tears" The other is an article by Henri de Kerillis in the
October issue of Rerbook, in which the famous French editor
will point out that if Georges Mandel had not been a Jew he
would have become the Prime Minister of France in the emer-
gency, and would have saved his country .
STAGE AND SCREEN
Charlie Chaplin was all set to postpone indefinitely the re-
lease of his film "The Dictator." until the anonymous letter-
writers got busy Now that he's receiving scores of threaten-
ing notes warning him against showing the film he has deter-
mined to bring it out in the early Fall Incidentally. Chaplin's
closing monologue in this film marks a new high, as the strong-
est anti-Hitler blast yet heard from Shadowland ... A picture
you mustn t miss is "The Ramparts We Watch" It's a pow-
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 9. 1940
^Jewisfi fhradSan
PAGE FIVE
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ARYEH LEV
........*^
PICTURES FROM BERLIN? NO. RIGHT HERE IN AMERICA!
(Continued from Page 4)
New York CityRallying to
the call of the U. S. Government
to strengthen and prepare the
national df^nse against any pos-
sible foreign invasion, Aryeh
Lev. of Brooklyn. N. Y.. Nation-
al Executive Director of Young
Judaea, the junior a!filiate of the
Zionist Organization of America,
and a first lieutenant in th* Re-
serve Officers Corps, entrained
last Saturday for Heuvelton. N.
Y.. for active duty and participa-
tion in war maneuvers along the
Canadian border.
The national administrative
board of Young Judaea, in keep-
ing with the diitates of the or-
ganization's recent convention to
support President Roossveit's de-
fense program, granted Mr. Lev
a leave of absence during the
war maneuvers which is oxpect-
cd to continue through the month
of August.
SLENDERIZE
THE
BIGHT
WAY

SCIENTIFIC.
REDUCING
OUR SPECIALTY
Each Person Receives
Individual Attention
Call Toe Appointment
luiAitii uiiirn
INSTITUTE
Pr, P. r. tWta*. Director
Kritr*; z'.yz Phvslc'ssi
7CIMM" olsr.yri o,|v!. Ph. L7J96
be concealed in a balcony. This,
it appears, makes it a synagogue
that is profane in the eyes of the
other rabbi and of God.
(I have heard, however, that
God has been more tolerant
about this than the rabbi. God
has prospered the synagogue
which the rabbi scorns. It is
I paying off its debt regularly.)
I think we should prepare for
the happy day of universal toler-
ance by some practice of toler-
ance among ourselves. Jews who
have suffered most from mtoler-
an should be the first to lead
the way to millenium when
orother will embrace brother
without a knife to stick in his
Thin, having had some exper-
ience of tolerance toward ea h
! tther, we may know how to be
olerant in all other relations.
The other day I met one whom
! shall call Sam which is, indeed.
his name. Sam at once upbraided
me: "What's getting into you,
Segal?"
What have I done now?"
"What have you done? All you
did was to heap flowers at the
feet o! a convert from Judaism."
He meant a certain piece I had
written in my daily newspaper
mi.mn. In this I had paid tri-
ute to a doctor who had just
1 died. He was a refugee from
Germany. I had written that he.
!ar along in his sixties, had been
ted from his native soil,
despite the merits of his charac-
ter, his skill as a physician, the
good name he had earned. He
had been judged and condemn d
for his blood stream. He had
been born a Jew who in his
youth was converted to Cathol-
icism.
Yes." Sam said, you gave your
blessings to this convert who.
nevertheless, had to suffer tne
fate of all Jews. You should have
pointed out that ironic fact."
"Well. Sam. I i\ pliod. you are
angry because this man dropped
Judaism and took up another
faith. But how well have you
yourself done by Judaism? Tell
me that. You must confess that
you are just one of those Jews
who feel very Jewish at the mo-
ment because you have been
hurt This doctor at least frankly
abandoned the faith. You your-
self keep it only as one of the
gears in your defense mechan-
ism. What else does Judaism
mean to you. Aw. Sam. since we
are so weak ourselves, let's be
tolerant of other weaklings."
He snorted and went on .
"You talk like a rabbi." he said.
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Eighty of the seven hundred
Palestinian soldiers now on duty
in England were entertained at
a crowded dinner meeting of the
Anglo-Palestine Club of this city.
Among the guests were fifteen
Arab soldiers.
Held under the chairmanship
[of Professor Selig Brodetsky. po-
1 litical chief in London of the
Jewish Agency Executive, the
| program that followed the din-
ner included the singing of Ar-
abic as well as of Hebrew and
Yiddish songs. David ben Gur-
ion, chairman of the Jewish
Agency Executive, spoke in He-
brew. He was followed by Col-
onel Josiah C. Wedgwood. Lord
Nathan, Commander Oliver
Locker-Lampson. Lady Reading
and Colonel Rcnton.
The Palestinians, some of them
j speaking Hebrew, acknowledged
the various greetings. Then all
'of them. Arabs and Jews togeth-
er, joined in the singing of va-
I rious Palestinian songs and in the
I dancing of native and national
| dances.
Prominent among the assem-
bled soldiers were Lance Cor-
These pictures were taken right in New York, in May. when more than 12.000 German-"Americans'
held a "sports" festival at the Municipal Stadium on Randall's Island. Principal speakers were Nazi
Consul Draeger and Fascist Consul Luca Dainelii. Built with tax payers money, the Municipal Sta-
dium echoed with the song: "Today we own Germany, tomorrow the world."
poral Behar, noted for his ex-
ploits during the recent disturb-
ances, and his father, also a cor-
poral.
Both Lord Lloyd. Colonial Sec-
retary, and Dr. Chairn Weiz-
mann, president of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, sent mes-
sages expressing their regrets
that the press of urgent business
prevented them from attending
the festivities.
Johnnie Feller
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 9, 194CJ
B'nai B'rith
Not
e s
By HAROLD TURK
I have been informed by Marty convention which will be held
Milstcin that the B"nai B'rith over the Labor Day week-end
Bowling Team is making notable ... Remember, extraordinary
progress. There was a larger plans and preparations are being
turnout this past Tuesday but made for the initiation ritual
more of you brethren will have which will take place during the
to turn out if we are to develop convention ... In speaking to
a worthwhile tournament .Leo, we agreed that it would be
With a membership of close to a good idea for those of you who
1,000 there is no reason why we procured new members to take it
can't develop a crack team ; upon yourselves to have these
Especially since we have the ad- | new members come to the meet-
vantage of the experience and ings so that they may become fa-
coaching of Brother Milstein. I miliar with our organization and
Brother John Kronenfeld (who its activities.
by the way is a swell bowler) Brother Eisenstein also told
has been coming down quite reg- me about an incident which I
ularly and bringing with him his believe is worth while repeating,
lovely wife. Elsie She bowls Recently one of our new mem-
well, too. Brothers Emanucl Ders called Leo up about 1:30 in
Weinkle, Jerry Weinklc, Leo j the morning to tell him that he
Chaikin. Sam Seitlin, Bernie had just succeeded in procuring
Wagner and Bob Levin have al- a now member. It seems that
so been attending quite reguia'ly tnPy were all at some gathering
and most of them are top-notch or affair when all of this took
men Brother Abe Kaplan,
who never bowled in his life.
came down last week an.i did
very nicely He suggested that
it was rather difficult for him to
place. In spite of the fact that
Brother Eisenstein had been rest-
ing in the arms of sweet Mor-
pheus for several hours, he was
so pleased with the enthusiasm
knock things down since he was displayed that he congratulated
accustomed to building things up. nls caller and had no difficulty
(P. S. Brother Kaplan is a buikl- jn falling asleep ... I was also
er.) Brother Milstein suggests told by Loos lov.lv wife, Nola.
that there are a number of men tnat not only does Leo eat and
who are excellent bowlers who talk new members all day Ions;
he would like to see down at the |3Ut he even counts them in his
regular Thursday night get-to- si,,cp and as each night go
gethcrs at the Miami Recreation he counts up some new members,
Alleys on Miami Avenue near the an Tuttle Arena How boui sure he will be cund of tl.is eon-
Brother Joseph B. Berman com- djtjon wnen lie is able to reach
mg down this next week And \ 000
by *e way, why not bring your An ,h;il Brother Eisen.
wife or girl friend as shell en- t j ka th.. members ;s t,.a,
like to participate. hour or tWQ S(i|m. day oeoio
the next meeting and bring in a
Brother Leo Eisenstein, chair- new member.
man of the membership commit-
tee, has informed me that we vee
very close to our 1.000 goal and
with a little more effort on the
part of the members, we a I
[y should have no difficulty in
passing that mark before our
Speaking auoui meetings, our |
next regular met ting will be held
at the Y. M. H. A. Tuesday night.
August 13. at 8 o'clock ... Be
-,ii to attend as there will be
a nomination and election for
the office of Guardian, and our
'plans for the coming convention
will be discussed in many de-
tails. We will also have Robert
Taylor as guest speaker of the
j evening. Bob Taylor is our
county solicitor and needs no in-
troduction since he is so well
known not only by our members
of the legal profession but by
everyone in the community.
I There will be a number of oth-
er things taken up at the meet-
ing which will be of special in-
terest to everybody, especially to
those who have not attended
our meetings lately.
Brother Al Tallot. chairman of
the State Federation Convention
Committee, has informed me that
most of the committees for the
convention have been appointed,
and names will be announced
next week. Those of you who
ar" desirous of attending the con-
vention as a delegate f our
Lodge please communicate with
Brother Pallot by calling 3-4728
or be sure to speak to him at the
: next meeting Many of the
members are making plans to
spend the entire Labor Day
'week-end at the Hollywood
Beach Hotel with their wives,
and a splendid idea it is.

The B'nai B'rith has opened a
temporary office until arrange-
ments for our permanent office
are completed. The office is lo-
cated at 845 Ingraham Building,
telephone number 2-1388. and
vou may call in person or phone
the office for any B'nai B'rith
business.

NOTICE: B'nai B'rith being
mindful of its civic and patriotic
duties is cooperating with the
McAllister Volunteers and rec-
ommends to its members and
friends that they Join with the
McAllister Volunteers and re-
ceive practical military training
without having to actually enlist
in Hi regular army. More then
350 Miami men have ah- >ady
joined. Please bear in mind that
the training received in the event
of draft, will prove of in
able value, and it does not in
any way make your joining sub-
ject to call by the government.
Those desiring to join or want-
ing further information may con-
tact Nat Roth, who may be
r :vh- d by calling 2-4243, or by
calling The Jewish Floridian,
2-1141.
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL LEADER IN TRAINING
An Opportunity To Serve
Your Country
B'NAI B'RITH
URGES ALL AMERICANS
OF GREATER MIAMI
Between The Ages Of ltt and 45 Years
TO JOIN THE
McAllister volunteers
IN AFFILIATING WITH THE McALLISTER VOLUNTEERS
YOU WILL RECEIVE PRACTICAL MILITARY TRAINING
WITHOUT ACTUAL ENLISTMENT IN REGULAR ARMY
Americanism Committee
B'NAI B'RITH SHOLEM LODGE NO. 1024

Edward M. M. Warburg takes time out from campaign duties as
Chairman of the Greater New York drive of the United Jewish Ap-
peal to train with the Business and Professional Men's Group at
Plattsburg. Son of the late Felix M. Warburg. Mr. Warburg is the
National Co-Chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee.
LINCOLN THEATRE COMMEMORATE FALL
FEATURES HITLER EXPOSE OF JERUSALEM
"Does a woman really know
the man she loves" may virtual-
ly iu- taken tor the theme of the
intensely powerful picture on the
Lincoln Theatre screen today.
Especially when that love oc-
curs between an American girl
and a boy under the curse of tl.e
ika in Nazi Germany to-
day.
Transplanting Liberty Maga-
zine's thrilling story, "I Married
a Nazi." into the screen story of
"The Man I Married" becomes
an entertainni nt that exposes
the hates, tii'' cruellies and the
extreme liases of the present
G< rman regime.
Joan Bennett. Francis Lederer,
I Nolan. Otto Kruger and
Maria Ouspenskaya have the
leading roles in this picture
win. h should convince all of us
hal it is 111'! ied Gr at to be at,
American. No picture ha
captured the true spirit and tin
fiendish brutality ol Hitler's bri-
gands. "The Man 1 Married" is
now showing at the Miami B> B h
Lincoln Theatre.
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We Call for and Deliver
New York.As the Ji
Palestine and Jewish con
ties in the democratic ci .
of the world prepared foi
mmiorating the 1.871st am
sary of the fall of Jerusa
Tish B'Av (August 13th). A
can Jews wire urged to
a greater measure of pi ,. i!ai
support for the wartime |
gram of the Jewish Nat
Fund which calls for the a -
tion of more land in Palis'...
make room for the scttlcn: i.
refugees and to enlarge '..
cally grown food supply.
Tile symbolic art of the pr |
et Jeremiah who entered into .1
contract for the purchase of 1 I
in his birthplace, Anathoth, lin-
ing the last days of the g
Jerusalem, was pointed out as an
example worthy of emulation 1
a rail issued to the Jew:.':-. Na-
tional Fund Councils aif.l ; >
public by Dr. Israel CJ.
president of the Fund. A' u :i 1 .
to the totalitarian air Bt'.a ..
upon the shores ol Palestili
call exhorted supporters ol
wartime program for the
ish National Fund in Palestine
I not to slacken in then efl 11 -
cause of the temporary difficul-
ties and setbacks.
Collections in the syna',
(during the preceding evening
services and the morning ser-
vices on August 13th In 1
than 1.000 communities thr mgh-
out the country have been ar-
ranged und.-r the auspices 0
local Jewish National Fund
Councils.
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PAGE SEVEN

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MOURNS DEATH
OF JUBDTINSKY
growth from 1925 to 1931. In
1 1925 the Revisionists had four
[delegates to the World Zionist
I Organization meeting, wlute six
years later there were 58 Revis-
I ionist delegates.
The militant Zionist's disagree-
(Continued from Page 1) I merit over Zionist labor policies
of tht- works of Chaim Nachman arid the official Zionist attitude
Bialik. the late Hebrew poet lau- toward British policies m Pales-
reate. tine led to the formation of the
ROBERT R. TAYLOR
Mr. Jabotinsky was a delegate
to the Sixth Zionist Congress at
Basle in 1903 and thereafter his
Zionist Organization
New
1935.
Mr. Jabotinsky's program, a:-
influence in Zionist circles grew; cording to his testimony before
steadily. His first rift with the j the Royal Commission, call.
World Zionist Organization ac- the creation of a Jewish state on
curred in 1916 when he organ- both sides of the Jordan River
i.-.d the Jewish Legion, which and immediate transportation of
later helped Great Britain gain millions of European Jews to
Palestine from Turkey. At the I Palestine to save them from per-
. the World Zionist Organiza- sedition,
tion adhered to a policy of strict Th revisionist leader is sur-
neutrality. vived by hia widow, Anna, who
En.isting as a private in the ls in Londl>n, and a son Eri a
Jewish Legion his brilliant war ,,.;, engineer in Palestine, who
i lord earned him an honorary
lieutenancy. He remained in Pal-
cstine alter the war and together
with other members of the Leg-
i mi he organized a self-defense Ienter Palestine
turps to resist threatened Arab
violence. For his connection in
the Jerusalem riots of 1920, he
\ as si ntenced to 15 years penal
> rvitude, World-wide protests
is serving a one-year prison term
at the Acre concentration camp
because of his activities in aiding
extra-legal Jewish immigrants to
Dade County solicitor, win be
guest speaker at the regular
meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith Tuesday evening. August
13th at the Y. M. H. A. Clubroom.
He will speak on "Law Enforce-
ment and the Work of the Coun-
ty Solicitors Office." Many oth-
er items of importance to the
Lodge will be presented to the
membership in addition to the
speaker.
PROTECTION
DIPLOMATS ESTABLISH
FIFTH COLUMNS IN U. S.
"Liberty-loving people are call-
ing for more than treaties of gov-
resulted in his release after he ernment They desire the protec-
ted served three and a half ,,, our par, of tlu. Wl.l(1 m
months. c| mocratic way of living in or-
Because of his opposition to j ier that they may not be sub-
the policies of Dr. Chaim Weiz- J jected every twenty years to
mann, he concentrated on the wars brought on by some irre-
building of the Revisionist move-1sponsible head of any foreign
merit, which enjoyed a rapid ounrry."Mayor I.aGuardia.
Washington (WNS)Nazi and
Italian diplomats in this coun-
try are establishing fifth col-
i inns in the United States and
South America similar to those
hat helped bring about defeat of
Norway, France. Holland and
Belgium according to the In-
u rstate Commission on Crime, in
a report made to the conference
mi national defense.
Tho Ncn-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League has inaugurated a campaign to distribute over
500.003 postcards in color, fac-simile above, showing the devastation wrought by Ger-
man armies, as part of a nation-wide drive to awaken the American public to the dang-
ers of Nazism. "Barbarism Against Civilization! Paganism Against Christianity!" reads
the postcard. "Who is Next? Shall we allow destruction and world conquest by bar-
barians? We must protect our democracy, our homes and our children! Help Fight
Nazism!" Cards are available at the office of The Jewish Floridian.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene-
fit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon
the continued co operation of every aroup in the community. Dates
for next work's issue should be in the office by Wednesday morning.
To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, cfricers of organizations
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as
possible.
The Jewish Floridian. 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2.1141. which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
BETH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL
open every ween In the year and
Sunuaj sessions begin Sunday
morning, Octobei 20, 1940, ending
Sunda) morning, May u.'ith. 1941.
EVERY MONDAY MORNINGTem.
pie Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kay-
Ian II.dl.
EVERY MONDAY EVENING Y, W.
h. a. bowling games.
[SECOND ami FOURTH TUES-
DAYS "f each month, regulai meet-
ing oi Sholem Lodge B nal B'rith.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING Y.
W. ll. A. Athletics in V Clubrooms.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council "f Jewish Women
AUGUST
11Y. M. H. A. Moonlight Sail
aboard Yacht Biscayne at 9
p. m.
12Ladies Auxiliary J. W. V.
Boat Ride and evening of
entertainment aboard Yacht
Seven Seas.
13Workmen's Circle Affair-
Date announced.
18Jr. Hadassah Administration
Dance. Hotel Cromwell.
19Maurice Grossman Reception
tendered in his honor by Y.
M. H. A. and its affiliates ai
Y clubrooms.
20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Or'hodox Congregation,
Boat Ride.
24Beth David Sisterhood Barn
Dance and Fair.
29Beth David Sisterhood Cha-
nukah Dinner.
SEPTEMBER
i5Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation,
Evening of Games.
15M. B. Habonoth Meeting ev-
ery Monday night starting
this date.
17Freda Markowitz Post No.
174 J. W. V. and Auxiliary
Boat Ride. Seven Seas.
Congregation Synagoguewish
22Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation Synagogue Dedi-
cation.
25Nat'l. Coun. Jewish Women
Miami Section opening Fall
meeting. Board Meeting 10
a. m. followed by luncheon
and general meeting.
OCTOBER
5M. B. Mizrachi. Men and Wo-
men's Divisions, Opening
meeting.
14Sr. Hadassah all day Board
meeting at home of Mrs.
Samuel Simonoff, president.
Miami Section Legislation and
Study Group* ict (Ik- home of Mrs,
C. H. Adler.
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
daasah Sewing Group rrom : to 4
P. M. at Temple Israel Vestry
Room, lieneflt Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W". H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Ki-.i i'ii.-.. .it v Club......ns
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
l1. iii U'rlth bow lii!;: g n .a Mi-
ami K.'ii eat i EVERY SATURDAY AKTERNOON
The Sphiozu forum at .: o'clock, .n
the lawn in in. Abraham Wolfeou's
lam..-, la.?' Collins Avc, Miami
Beach.
20Ladies Auxiliaiy Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Succoth Party.
20Pioneer Womens Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami. Dinner.
27Beth Jacob Religious School
Induction Exercises.
28Sr. Hadassah Installation
Brunch in Cromwell Hotel
Gardens.
30Nat'l. Council Jewish Wom-
en Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
NOVEMBER
1And every Friday thereafter
through the month of April,
Nat'l. CounciJ of Jewish Wo-
men Miami Section, general
meeting.
10Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Cafeteria Supper.
24Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami, Literary evening.
26Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Membership Tea.
27Nat'l. Council Jewish Wom-
en Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m, to 12 noon.
27Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner
Dance at Hollywood Beach
Hotel.
28Junior Hadassah Annual
Thanksgiving Turkev Trot.
DECEMBER
4Nat'l. Council Jewish Wom-
en General Meeting 2 p. m.
26M. B. Habanoth Chanukah
Entertainment.
28Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jey-
ish Orthodox Congregation.
28Beth Jacob Religious School
Chanukah Affair.
29M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh party.
29Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami, Chanukah Latkeh
and Card Party.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 9, n4r>
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Your scribe who is chairman
of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A.
Moonlight Boat Cruise due io
sail this Sunday at 8:30 p. rr. on
the boat Bucayne announces his
able committee consisting of Mr.
Lou Safan. Murry Grossman of
the Y. M. H. A. and Mrs Millie
Rubcnstein. Mrs. Jake Engler
and Mrs. Jean Seitlin of the Y.
W. disposed of all but 20 of their
tickets for this cruise.
Many of you nice folks who
have the misfortune of not sub-
scribing to the Floridian may not
have knowledge of the affair, so,
we repeat, that this Sunday,
August 11, starting at 8:30 p. ni.
a total of 115 young men and wo-
men will make hay while U*e
moon shines aboard the Biscayne
boat. Herbie Cohen, chairma.i
of entertainment, has promised
all lucky ticket holders one swell
evening of fun. Don't miss this
treat, phone 3-4012 for reserva-
tions.
of the firm belief thai it is not
only essential but the duty of the
Y to have representation in this
worthwhile and most necessary
endeavor. They meet once each
week, on Mondays, for a period
of two hours' general review. Be
a real American and join up now
and get the benefit of this cariy
training. For more details call
Nai ROih at 2-4243.
Dade County Youth Council
The Y. M. H. A. will be host
on Wednesday evening. August
14th to the Dade County Youth
Council.
The Council is composed of
is making another generous con-
tribution of money and this time
books for adults, the latest edi-
tions will be purchased. Books
may be borrowed by members of eighteen affiliated youtn groups
the Y or their children without .and youth serving agencies oi all
charge. I faiths.
Al Reisman Bowls High Set Karl Klein and Floyd Rogers,
With but six weeks remaining who were observers at the recent
before prizes will be awarded. : convention of the American
Al Reisman looks like a cinch to Youth Congress will make B ro-
cop the high set medal after port of the convention proceed -
bowling a beautiful 352 set. The ings which will be followed by
Bombers shoved the Blackies a joint discussion on the subject
further in the cellar, winning, of "Peace-time Conscription."
three straight while the first I Nathan Aronovitz of the Y. M.
place supermen won two of three IH. A. Discussion Club, wiil act
games to increase their first ; as moderator,
place lead by four games. In the Margie Roberts, "Y" secretary.
final match of the evening the
Silvcrstreaks aided by Reisman's
high set won two of three games
from the fighting Demons.
The following are the team
standings for the ninth week:
Team W
Supermen ................... 19
Bombers ............... 15
Demons ......._....... 14
Rangers ......... 13
Silverstreaks ............. 12
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We Salute You. Mr. G.
Hundreds of members and
friends have visited the Y. M. H.
A. and have been amazed at the
marvelous improvements that
have been evidenced during the [scores:
past two years. Now should the | Player
inquiry have been made as to Sam Seitlin .. .
what individual was largely re- Sam Tendrich
sponsible there could be but one Al Berkowitz .
person, and that, my dear read- | Hal Levinson
ers. is our genial executive direc- Al Reisman
tor. Maurice Grossman. And to Harry Schwartz
repay this debt of gratitude in Louis Spector
Blackies
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is in charge of arrangements.
News Around Town
Among the distinguished per-
sonages to attend the Y Home
Camp at its luncheon programs
were Sheriff Coleman. Judge
Walter Beckham. and Mrs. Jones
and Mr. Folsum of the Dade
12 County Juvenile Council Get
13 'your tickets now for the Jr. fun-
Hjfest at the clubrooms August 28.
15 I. Congrats, Miss Evelyn Ja-
19: cobs to be married at the Y. M.
individual IH. A. Watch for the Jules Wil-
|son-Herbie Cohen Baby Snooks
Av. i skit to be held on our boat ride I
106 Sunday.
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
(Continued from Page 4)
<-rful exposition of American de-
fense needs Sam Goldwyn
I has modified his idea of organ-
izing a, personal appearance tour
of a group of the big Hollywood
stars, the proceeds to go to the
Red Cross ... He is now plan-
ning a huge radio appeal by the
j stars Did you know that
| Erich Pommer, now a Hollywood
producer, was responsible (or
many of the German film suc-
cesses of the 1920s? Don't
be surprised if Broadway sees
i a play on legislative lobbies.
! from the pen of Clifford Odets,
within the next season or two
. An aspirant to a Broadway
career is Jean Fernay. formerly
of Vienna She's hoping to
reach the Great White Way soon.
i now that she has completed a
course in English dramatic art
under Jane Manner, the famed
coach Miss Fernay just made
her American debut in a sum-
. -
a
-
8
Abe Silver
June Spector ..
H. Berkowitz
Leroy Feldman
Sam Beekman
W. Mackauf
even a small way, the Y. M. H. A.
and all its affiliates have joined
hands to do honor to Mr. Gross- Abe Winer
man. Monday. August 19th, when : Murray Streit
a full evening will be filled with Sol Levin
gaiety, song and dance on a night Joe Berman
to be known as Maurice Gross- | Leo Lipowsky
man night. Reserve this night
for a splendid evening.
Library
The library of the Y sponsored
by the members of the Y. W.
with Mrs. Joel Belov chairman. I. Querido
assisted by Miss Frances Gins- P. Silverman
berg, Mrs. L. Lieberman, Mrs. Murray Apte
C. Strauss, Mrs. E. Schaffer, Miss G. Goldsmith
R. Adelman and Mrs. M. Gross- Nat Blumberg
man is showing constant growth'Jack Apte
and taking its place among the W. Liberoff
other worthwhile projects of the I M. Rubin .......
Y. The entire responsibility of | Frank Rose
raising funds for books has been I Izzy Mayers
undertaken and carried out thus Pete Garvett
far by the Y. W. and it is i D. Rosenthal
through their efforts that so Harry Kamins
much has been accomplished. Jules Wilson .
Last May the first sum of one Lou Safan _
hundred dollars was presented to M. Friedman
the library chairman and it was Al Dubler
decided to purchase the first set Geo. Wolpert
of books for the children of the Geo. Davis
Home Camp. The Flagler Li- Mike Adler
brary has been kind enough to Marvin Apte .
extend long loans of books Mickey Lubel
which proved a great help. At B. Schweitzer
the present time close to 400 : A. Freilich .....
books have been read by the O. Argintar .
campers with the clerical work Y
of keeping account of books be-
ing done by a Junior Counselor,
Wima Abrams. Now the Y. W.
Herman Waitsman 14
Abe Berkowitz 27
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18) Y. W. H. A. NOTES
98 Y. W. Bowling Team
!i7 The Y. W. members continue
97 to bowl on Monday evenings at;
97 the Miami Recreation Center.
96 Here are the scon s:
96 Player 1st
94 Pearl Reisman 89
94 Ruth Spector
94 S. Abrams
94 Pearl Ginsberg
93
93
92
92
92
91
91
89
88
88
88
87
87
87
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87
86
86
86
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T. Silberstein
Rose Horwitz
F. Apte ........
E. Sweitzer ....
H. Markowitz
E. Isenberg ....
J. Sncider
S. Shochet
M. Axlerod .
F. Ginsberg
Ann Jacobs ..
E. Shaeffer
M. Rubinstein
90
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63
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benefit of the Red Cross, an-
nounces that ten pounds of yarn
has been received and is ready
for use. All ladies are urged to
come to the Y and begin sewing
on sweaters as they are greatly
needed. This sewing will be con-
tinued indefinitely and as it is
such a worthy cause. ladies
please come to the Y. as there is
some one there every day. As-
sisting Mrs. Wilson is Miss Fran-
ces Ginsberg. Mrs. Alice Waits-
man. Mrs. Blanche Strauss and
Mrs. Nat Blumberg.
Reception
At the reception August 25th
which will be tendered to Mr.
Grossman. Mrs. Pearl Reisman
will assist as chairman of the wo-
men's committee.
mer theatre presentation of a.
Noel Coward play .
ABOUT PEOPLE
We've heard of graph,,
who read your eharactei
your handwriting, but
Nathan, office furniture ,-
goes that guild one bettei
I He claims that he can
| mans' craracter by i ,
j the desk he uses \v
el. latest palmist arrival :
country, tells us that he ha
onstrated to physicians his
' ity to tell, from the line
man's hand, what discus
liable to develop 1; .
merely because of her agr.i
ive anti-Nazi attitude tha M
Genevieve Tabouis came I
country from France
.composition of her blood d
quite comply with the pro\
of the Aryan laws Th.-
Jacob Landau is leaving
Latin America one of thesi
, to study social and ec<
conditions down there W ,:.-
er Winchell, tired of seen
I "lowdown" on his persona
history and doings featured in
magazine after magazine, ha*
started publishing corrections ol
i some of the errors made
| self-appointed biographers
We're happy to hear that 1'.
i Goodman's operation, which
moved the cause of his sciati
; was a complete success, an
the maestro will soon be It
his band again .
3
Notes
After thoroughly investigating
all the details concerning the Mc-
Allister Home Guard Unit 1 am
Moonlight Sail
Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein is as- I
sisting the men as chairman of I
ihe womens committee for the
annual moonlight sail which will '
be held Sunday evening aboard ,
the yacht Biscayne.
Music Group
The music appreciation group '
held their regular meeting Wed-
nesday evening at the Y at which
time those present listened to re-
cordings of "Overture to Die
Fledrrmaus," "Symphony No. 4
A Major." Overture to Marriage
of Figaro." and "Minuetto by
Bizet." Miss Lee Rabinowitz is
chairman of this group.
Sowing
Mrs. Jules Wilson, chairman of
the committee of s^ wing for the
You Have Tried the Rest
Now Try the Best
MEALS IN TOWN
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RESTAURANT
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Proprietors
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'!< tr.-a.luij.' and Vulcanizing
Used Tires-Bargains
Road Service
400-15 Fiat Tires
The Only Place in Town
Who Make* Them
1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 2-0673
For the Finest in
STRICTLY KOSHEil
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7 FRIDAY. AUGUST 9. 1940 Jew's/? fkrMthun PAGE SEVEN -3 '3 MOURNS DEATH OF JUBDTINSKY growth from 1925 to 1931. In 1 1925 the Revisionists had four [delegates to the World Zionist I Organization meeting, wlute six years later there were 58 RevisI ionist delegates. The militant Zionist's disagree(Continued from Page 1) I merit over Zionist labor policies of thtworks of Chaim Nachman arid the official Zionist attitude Bialik. the late Hebrew poet lautoward British policies m Palesreate. tine led to the formation of the ROBERT R. TAYLOR Mr. Jabotinsky was a delegate to the Sixth Zionist Congress at Basle in 1903 and thereafter his Zionist Organization New 1935. Mr. Jabotinsky's program, a:influence in Zionist circles grew; cording to his testimony before steadily. His first rift with the j the Royal Commission, call. World Zionist Organization acthe creation of a Jewish state on curred in 1916 when he organboth sides of the Jordan River i.-.d the Jewish Legion, which and immediate transportation of later helped Great Britain gain millions of European Jews to Palestine from Turkey. At the I Palestine to save them from per. the World Zionist Organizasedition, tion adhered to a policy of strict Th „ revisionist leader is surneutrality. vived by hia widow, Anna, who En.isting as a private in the ls in Londl>n and a son Eri a Jewish Legion his brilliant war ,,„.;, enginee r in Palestine, who i lord earned him an honorary lieutenancy. He remained in Palcstine alter the war and together with other members of the LegI MI he organized a self-defense Ienter Palestine turps to resist threatened Arab violence. For his connection in the Jerusalem riots of 1920, he \ as si ntenced to 15 years penal > rvitude, World-wide protests is serving a one-year prison term at the Acre concentration camp because of his activities in aiding extra-legal Jewish immigrants to Dade County solicitor, win be guest speaker at the regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith Tuesday evening. August 13th at the Y. M. H. A. Clubroom. He will speak on "Law Enforcement and the Work of the County Solicitors Office." Many other items of importance to the Lodge will be presented to the membership in addition to the speaker. PROTECTION DIPLOMATS ESTABLISH FIFTH COLUMNS IN U. S. "Liberty-loving people are calling for more than treaties of govresulted in his release after he ernment They desire the protected served three and a half %  „„, ,,, our par of tlu Wl „. l(1 m months. c | mocratic way of living in orBecause of his opposition to j i er that they may not be subthe policies of Dr. Chaim WeizJ jected every twenty years to mann, he concentrated on the wars brought on by some irrebuilding of the Revisionist move-1sponsible head of any foreign merit, which enjoyed a rapid ounrry."—Mayor I.aGuardia. Washington (WNS)—Nazi and Italian diplomats in this country are establishing fifth coli inns in the United States and South America similar to those hat helped bring about defeat of Norway, France. Holland and Belgium according to the Inu rstate Commission on Crime, in a report made to the conference mi national defense. Tho Ncn-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League has inaugurated a campaign to distribute over 500.003 postcards in color, facsimile above, showing the devastation wrought by German armies, as part of a nation-wide drive to awaken the American public to the dangers of Nazism. "Barbarism Against Civilization! Paganism Against Christianity!" reads the postcard. "Who is Next? Shall we allow destruction and world conquest by barbarians? We must protect our democracy, our homes and our children! Help Fight Nazism!" Cards are available at the office of The Jewish Floridian. CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the benefit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon the continued co operation of every aroup in the community. Dates for next work's issue should be in the office by Wednesday morning. To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, cfricers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian. 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2.1141. which conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing dates. BETH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL open every ween In the year and Sunuaj sessions begin Sunday morning, Octobei 20, 1940, ending Sunda) morning, May u.'ith. 1941. EVERY MONDAY MORNING—Tem. pie Israel Sisterhood Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross, at KayIan II.dl. EVERY MONDAY EVENING— Y, W. H. A. bowling games. [SECOND AMI FOURTH TUESDAYS "f each month, regulai meeting oi Sholem Lodge B nal B'rith. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING — Y. W. ll. A. Athletics in V Clubrooms. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council "f Jewish Women AUGUST 11—Y. M. H. A. Moonlight Sail aboard Yacht Biscayne at 9 p. m. 12—Ladies Auxiliary J. W. V. Boat Ride and evening of entertainment aboard Yacht Seven Seas. 13—Workmen's Circle AffairDate announced. 18—Jr. Hadassah Administration Dance. Hotel Cromwell. 19—Maurice Grossman Reception tendered in his honor by Y. M. H. A. and its affiliates ai Y clubrooms. 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Or'hodox Congregation, Boat Ride. 24—Beth David Sisterhood Barn Dance and Fair. 29—Beth David Sisterhood Chanukah Dinner. SEPTEMBER i5—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Evening of Games. 15—M. B. Habonoth Meeting every Monday night starting this date. 17—Freda Markowitz Post No. 174 J. W. V. and Auxiliary Boat Ride. Seven Seas. Congregation Synagoguewish 22—Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Synagogue Dedication. 25—Nat'l. Coun. Jewish Women Miami Section opening Fall meeting. Board Meeting 10 a. m. followed by luncheon and general meeting. OCTOBER 5—M. B. Mizrachi. Men and Women's Divisions, Opening meeting. 14—Sr. Hadassah all day Board meeting at home of Mrs. Samuel Simonoff, president. Miami Section Legislation and Study Group* ict (IKhome of Mrs, C. H. Adler. EVERY WEDNESDAY — Senior Hadaasah Sewing Group rrom :• to 4 P. M. at Temple Israel Vestry Room, lieneflt Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON— Y. W". H. A. Sewing Classes benefit Ki-.i I'II.-.. .it v Club ns EVERY THURSDAY EVENING— l 1 iii U'rlth bow lii!;: g n .a Miami K.'ii eat im^gg ^!=g .: .gr -:.?!?.:.g!5;.: .gg .: *r.s \ ,v?v yu/t... as u v& *s ^^ •7?^ %  *. (# <•& HONE 2-1141 2/S.W. 2nd Ave. Miami: ''' e Jewiislhini


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PAGE EIGHT fJenisti fhrkiian FRIDAY. AUGUST 9, n 4 r> THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Your scribe who is chairman of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Moonlight Boat Cruise due io sail this Sunday at 8:30 p. rr. on the boat Bucayne announces his able committee consisting of Mr. Lou Safan. Murry Grossman of the Y. M. H. A. and Mrs Millie Rubcnstein. Mrs. Jake Engler and Mrs. Jean Seitlin of the Y. W. disposed of all but 20 of their tickets for this cruise. Many of you nice folks who have the misfortune of not subscribing to the Floridian may not have knowledge of the affair, so, we repeat, that this Sunday, August 11, starting at 8:30 p. ni. a total of 115 young men and women will make hay while U*e moon shines aboard the Biscayne boat. Herbie Cohen, chairma.i of entertainment, has promised all lucky ticket holders one swell evening of fun. Don't miss this treat, phone 3-4012 for reservations. of the firm belief thai it is not only essential but the duty of the Y to have representation in this worthwhile and most necessary endeavor. They meet once each week, on Mondays, for a period of two hours' general review. Be a real American and join up now and get the benefit of this cariy training. For more details call Nai ROih at 2-4243. Dade County Youth Council The Y. M. H. A. will be host on Wednesday evening. August 14th to the Dade County Youth Council. The Council is composed of is making another generous contribution of money and this time books for adults, the latest editions will be purchased. Books may be borrowed by members of eighteen affiliated youtn groups the Y or their children without .and youth serving agencies oi all charge. I faiths. Al Reisman Bowls High Set Karl Klein and Floyd Rogers, With but six weeks remaining who were observers at the recent before prizes will be awarded. : convention of the American Al Reisman looks like a cinch to Youth Congress will make B rocop the high set medal after port of the convention proceed bowling a beautiful 352 set. The ings which will be followed by Bombers shoved the Blackies a joint discussion on the subject further in the cellar, winning, of "Peace-time Conscription." three straight while the first I Nathan Aronovitz of the Y. M. place supermen won two of three IH. A. Discussion Club, wiil act games to increase their first ; as moderator, place lead by four games. In the Margie Roberts, "Y" secretary. final match of the evening the Silvcrstreaks aided by Reisman's high set won two of three games from the fighting Demons. The following are the team standings for the ninth week: Team W Supermen 19 Bombers 15 Demons 14 Rangers 13 Silverstreaks 12 L 8 We Salute You. Mr. G. Hundreds of members and friends have visited the Y. M. H. A. and have been amazed at the marvelous improvements that have been evidenced during the [scores: past two years. Now should the | Player inquiry have been made as to Sam Seitlin .. what individual was largely reSam Tendrich sponsible there could be but one Al Berkowitz person, and that, my dear read| Hal Levinson ers. is our genial executive direcAl Reisman tor. Maurice Grossman. And to Harry Schwartz repay this debt of gratitude in Louis Spector Blackies Following are the G 8 27 27 24 10 27 18 is in charge of arrangements. News Around Town Among the distinguished personages to attend the Y Home Camp at its luncheon programs were Sheriff Coleman. Judge Walter Beckham. and Mrs. Jones and Mr. Folsum of the Dade 12 County Juvenile Council Get 13 'your tickets now for the Jr. funHjfest at the clubrooms August 28. 15 I. Congrats, Miss Evelyn Ja19: cobs to be married at the Y. M. individual IH. A. Watch for the Jules Wil|son-Herbie Cohen Baby Snooks Av. i skit to be held on our boat ride I 106 Sunday. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (Continued from Page 4) <-rful exposition of American defense needs Sam Goldwyn I has modified his idea of organizing a, personal appearance tour of a group of the big Hollywood stars, the proceeds to go to the Red Cross ... He is now planning a huge radio appeal by the j stars Did you know that | Erich Pommer, now a Hollywood producer, was responsible (or many of the German film successes of the 1920s? Don't be surprised if Broadway sees i a play on legislative lobbies. from the pen of Clifford Odets, within the next season or two An aspirant to a Broadway career is Jean Fernay. formerly of Vienna She's hoping to reach the Great White Way soon. i now that she has completed a course in English dramatic art under Jane Manner, the famed coach Miss Fernay just made her American debut in a sum. •• a 8 Abe Silver June Spector .. H. Berkowitz Leroy Feldman Sam Beekman W. Mackauf even a small way, the Y. M. H. A. and all its affiliates have joined hands to do honor to Mr. GrossAbe Winer man. Monday. August 19th, when : Murray Streit a full evening will be filled with Sol Levin gaiety, song and dance on a night Joe Berman to be known as Maurice Gross| Leo Lipowsky man night. Reserve this night for a splendid evening. Library The library of the Y sponsored by the members of the Y. W. with Mrs. Joel Belov chairman. I. Querido assisted by Miss Frances GinsP. Silverman berg, Mrs. L. Lieberman, Mrs. Murray Apte C. Strauss, Mrs. E. Schaffer, Miss G. Goldsmith R. Adelman and Mrs. M. GrossNat Blumberg man is showing constant growth'Jack Apte and taking its place among the W. Liberoff other worthwhile projects of the I M. Rubin Y. The entire responsibility of | Frank Rose raising funds for books has been I Izzy Mayers undertaken and carried out thus Pete Garvett far by the Y. W. and it is i D. Rosenthal through their efforts that so • Harry Kamins much has been accomplished. Jules Wilson Last May the first sum of one %  Lou Safan hundred dollars was presented to M. Friedman the library chairman and it was Al Dubler decided to purchase the first set Geo. Wolpert of books for the children of the Geo. Davis Home Camp. The Flagler LiMike Adler brary has been kind enough to Marvin Apte extend long loans of books Mickey Lubel which proved a great help. At B. Schweitzer the present time close to 400 : A. Freilich books have been read by the O. Argintar campers with the clerical work Y of keeping account of books being done by a Junior Counselor, Wima Abrams. Now the Y. W. Herman Waitsman 14 Abe Berkowitz 27 24 27 27 15 6 25 13 21 27 12 .... 27 16 ... 27 27 27 20 23 15 6 5 1 27 27 21 26 22 15 .... 12 1 .... 17 ... 2 .... 16 3 .. 17 .... 6 S 843 27?) 1 2744 2403 989 2627 1754 1363 2614 2304 2556 2541 1412 569 2344 1220 1940 2510 1114 2466 1461 2421 23^1 2377 1760 2007 1316 527 436 87 2335 2324 1813 2194 1854 1266 1012 84 14f0 164 1297 237 1326 445 159 1C3 18) Y. W. H. A. NOTES 98 Y. W. Bowling Team !i7 The Y. W. members continue 97 to bowl on Monday evenings at; 97 the Miami Recreation Center. 96 Here are the scon s: 96 Player 1st 94 Pearl Reisman 89 94 Ruth Spector 94 S. Abrams 94 Pearl Ginsberg 93 93 92 92 92 91 91 89 88 88 88 87 87 87 87 87 86 86 86 84 84 84 84 84 83 82 81 79 73 74 53 T. Silberstein Rose Horwitz F. Apte E. Sweitzer .... H. Markowitz E. Isenberg .... J. Sncider S. Shochet M. Axlerod F. Ginsberg Ann Jacobs .. E. Shaeffer M. Rubinstein 90 84 63 54 71 73 71 64 43 62 50 54 58 44 48 45 2nd 79 78 80 72 79 61 56 57 63 78 54 63 53 45 54 46 39 Avg. 84 84 82 t>7 '66' 2 66 64'i 64 63' 2 63 53 564 53': 5P, 4.9 47 42 benefit of the Red Cross, announces that ten pounds of yarn has been received and is ready for use. All ladies are urged to come to the Y and begin sewing on sweaters as they are greatly needed. This sewing will be continued indefinitely and as it is such a worthy cause. ladies please come to the Y. as there is some one there every day. Assisting Mrs. Wilson is Miss Frances Ginsberg. Mrs. Alice Waitsman. Mrs. Blanche Strauss and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. Reception At the reception August 25th which will be tendered to Mr. Grossman. Mrs. Pearl Reisman will assist as chairman of the women's committee. mer theatre presentation of a. Noel Coward play ABOUT PEOPLE We've heard of graph,, who read your eharactei your handwriting, but Nathan, office furniture ,goes that guild one bettei I He claims that he can | mans' craracter by i j the desk he uses \v el. latest palmist arrival : country, tells us that he ha onstrated to physicians his %  ity to tell, from the line man's hand, what discus liable to develop 1; merely because of her agr.i ive anti-Nazi attitude tha M Genevieve Tabouis came I country from France .composition of her blood d quite comply with the pro\ of the Aryan laws Th.Jacob Landau is leaving Latin America one of thesi to study social and ec< conditions down there W ,:•.er Winchell, tired of seen I "lowdown" on his persona history and doings featured in magazine after magazine, ha* started publishing corrections ol i some of the errors made % %  | self-appointed biographers We're happy to hear that 1'. i Goodman's operation, which moved the cause of his sciati ; was a complete success, an the maestro will soon be It his band again 3 Notes After thoroughly investigating all the details concerning the McAllister Home Guard Unit 1 am Moonlight Sail Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein is asI sisting the men as chairman of I ihe womens committee for the annual moonlight sail which will be held Sunday evening aboard the yacht Biscayne. Music Group The music appreciation group held their regular meeting Wednesday evening at the Y at which time those present listened to recordings of "Overture to Die Fledrrmaus," "Symphony No. 4 A Major." Overture to Marriage of Figaro." and "Minuetto by Bizet." Miss Lee Rabinowitz is chairman of this group. Sowing Mrs. Jules Wilson, chairman of the committee of s^ wing for the You Have Tried the Rest Now Try the Best MEALS IN TOWN HOWELL'S RESTAURANT 1013 N. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA "Prices that Are Right" EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Emana Proprietors Super Full Circle '!< t r.-a.luij.' and Vulcanizing Used Tires-Bargains Road Service 400-15 Fiat Tires The Only Place in Town Who Make* Them 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-0673 For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHEil Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth S:. B Charming — Be Bright Drink MILK, Feel Right Ask Tow Oreen lot G I 1-2151 / # ira B^Rf..,JERSgY iMiyK Difcitf* vt-Mf jua rumm ]



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 9. 1940 Jewistifkradicin PAGE THREE t '* I CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's I'ioneer CongretEalion> J MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX I CONGREGATION Palm Beach Notes 1 BETH JACOB | CONGREGATION I 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX 5HAHIKO. HaBdl %  18 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2-M73 Home Phone 2-2176 ii! PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. m. and Friday evening at 5:30 o'clock. 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 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi I I Rabbi's Residence: i i 919 South West 13th Court j | Phone 3-5192 %  Schedule of Services Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45 i;). in. Friday evening services: 5:30 I p. ni. Shabbes: 9:00 a. in. Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. ni. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Miss Adeline Goldstein, da ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Goldstein, i who has been attending summer school of the University of .Miami was a visii.or here fur thi week-end. Miss Goldstein ha.-' been reappointcd to the North Borough School faculty. TEMPLE ISRAEL j Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. Mrs Greenstein and children have re 'urned from a :-ix weeks vacai>>n spi nt visiting in New York and with relatives in Steubenville, Ohio. Following the return of the rabbi, the regular Friday night services will now be resumed. Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Raobi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5.1323 MAURICE MAMCHES, Can.or Phone 5-2013 945 Euclid Avenue I -i In the Synagogue The sad observances of Tisha will be observed in the p. m. Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 B'Ab a m Synagogue with services for the Bar-Mitzvah Group Sunday at | reading of the Buok of Lamenta9:00 a. m. Adult History Group. Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of month. 1 lions Monday evening, August 13th at 7 o'clock and Tuesday morning at 7:30 o'clock. Mincha Services Tuesday will be held at 12:30 p. ni. All services will be ..inducted by Rabbi Abraham Tisha-B'Av Services k Tisha-B'av. marking the deHome from Va ,ian struction of the two Temples in Rabbi an,! .Mrs. Kellner accomJerusalem, emphasizing the prospa lied by their children will reent day catclysm will be ushturn to Miami during the red in at Beth David Synagogue Monday evening, August 12th. at 7:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak briefly on the import of the observance. This Sabbath being emphasized as one of the most unique Sabbaths on the calendar is known as "Shabbos Chazon." The Rabbi will speak in Yiddish, %  'A Prophetic Vision.'' Talmud Torah In conformity with many of the Hebrew schools in the United States. Beth David Talmud Torah has granted a vacation for the entire month of August, We wish to advise the parents that Hebrew school will be resumed the first week in September. Refuah-Shlaema We pray to the Almighty that He grant an immediate and permanent cure to Mrs. Nathan Bader who is convalescing in Jackson Memorial Hospital. She is indeed deserving of constant sound health. Nochum Avaelim May the Almighty assuage the pain of Mrs. Chas. Jamison and family at the death of her mother. "May her soul be bound up in the bond of eternal life.'" Radio Hour -I August 12th from their summer vacation which thoy The regular meeting of the La dies B'nai B'rith Auxiliary was held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. A. Aron with Mrs Sol Rubin and Mrs. A. Aaron as hostesses. Guest speakers were Rabbi Greenstein and Mr Sid Birnbaum. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Sophie Dickson and children have departed lor New York where they will spend the remainder of the summer. During the absence of Dr Cai N". Herman, spiritual leader oi Beth Israel Tempb. short summer services are being conducted by various membc rs of the i gregation. Synagogue Services Morning services: Daily at 8 a. in.; Saturday at 8:311 a. m. Afternoon services at 6:45 p. in.: Friday and Saturday at C:3u p. ni. Evening services: Daily at 7:15 p. m.; Saturday at 7:45 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mcscheloff will preach on "The Portion of the Week." Rabbi Leaves Our Rabbi and his wife have left on their vacation during which they will visit in New York. New Jersey and other i northern points. Religious School Instruction in our daily .-, being conducted by Cantoi Miami Beach f RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN | 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-95,48 Miami Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillcl. Services will be held at Temple Israel this Friday. August 9th. 1940, at 8:15 p. m. and will bc conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. This being the Sabbath prior to the 9th of Ab, the subject of the sermon will be "Reflections on the Book of Lamentations." Members of the Temple and friends in the community, are urged to attend the Friday evening services, which are well attended. Visitors in our Temple at last week's services were Prof. Jaco"> R. Marcus of the Hebrew Uni Mamche"s. Classes are held MonCollege in Cincinnati, author of day. Tuesday. Wednesday ;ind the recently published "The,),. Thursday from t' to 12 each in the Medieval World." and also Mr. with their families and friends •ip north. Ladies Auxiliary After t'ne three weeks p riod ,i sorrow the Ladies Auxiliary will resume their activities with i gala boat ride Sunday, Al 21 th. Junior Hadassah Have you heard? Hear I Why the v. hole t about Junior Hada a Adminon dance August %  he Hotel Cromwell Shore Club, Dancing is going to be in th.' B lie and Mis J. Leo Radcr o' iii.nle accompanied bi their daughter Mrs. Multach of Chicago, spent Monday in W( -'. Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs Multach v. ill become permanent residents of Belle Glade. CIRCLE GROUP PLANS CONFERENCE business and pleasure trip. Mrs 11 Farbi r of Miami vis.ted in Palm Beach. Carl Sirkin recently completed the first aid R,d Cross course. Mr and Mrs. A. Gamut and children of Pahokee were gu -si Mrs. Gammot's mother, morning. Children may be regthe Allowing Rabbis: Rabbi Euistered any week-day morning. ene Blachschleger oi cry. Ala.: Rabbi Abraham H, berg of Trenton. N. J.: Rabbi Edmund A. Landau of Alany, N. Y and Rabbi Louis Wolsey oi Ph adelphia. Pa. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace peace, and comfort the b< r a\ M among us." The memory of tin: following will be consecrated at this Friday's services: Julius K father of Mr. Harry Kanter: II, rman Lefkowitz. jr., son of Mr. The Workmen's Circle of Miami will lie hosts to the 21s Southeastern Conference "l thi I organization Sunday, M and Tuesday, beginning Laboi uHdoor patio and the setting is Sophie Galhck. during their visit .-imply beautiful with all the nere pa'ms. and oh. yes. there's going 1,, be a full moon that night, Mr. and Mrs. Phi! F.licher and We are going to have a promintheir daughter Doris are visiting ent orchestra who will furnish nl Miami. music for dancing. Tickets are only one dollar and ten cuts per Ernest Gold of Palm P Couple and can be obtained from holder of a private airplane pilot Mr and Mrs. Joseph Stem ar visitmg m Miami, on a combined Da y, s ,. [ s ~ t| 2nd and 3rd iii Miami Beach. Official h quarters will be at the Viet jtel, Miami Beach. Mr. Harry chairman of I and Mrs. Herman Lefkowitz, committee, is i irge of ar rangemi nts. Further will > be announced at a later date. The Workmen's Circli organization gr iwn out ol ish immi this country, was found' d ov I forty yi ars ago, and ".as i tzi ,1 to educate the Jews, as to their future in America, to orieiiMrs JEWISH EVENTS Ii WORLD REVIEW any mi mber or at the doi r. You bet I'm going, aren't you? Sure you are. you wouldn't want to miss this lovely affair. There will be an executive board meeting August 12th at the completion. (Continued from Pan 2 of Soviet rule over the Baltic rotate th mselves in economic, popublics, the Soviet Union no litical and social rights, to create c l u des j n its population more cultural ins'. unions, and to found than half of Europe's Jews. Whi a a press for the working people looking forward, as in the case This organization has buil' ,,f Bessarabia, to liberation fr i many of its own institutions, and racist policies, the Jews has also helped non-Jews and countries are exposed to the i al pilot license examination Jews mas sed with poverty and listing conflict between s license will shortly take his comand if successful will take a remisery, has collected hundreds o ideology and the religious and! Rabbi Max Shapiro will con, uimi of H ar ri e t. Damenstein. All duct the Radio Hour over WIOD this Sunday at 3:00 p. m. The Rabbi will discuss the subject "Tisha B'av—A Message to Israel and Humanity. Cantor Louis Hayman will be in charge of the musical program. The following "Yahrzoiten" will be observed during this month of "Ab." The "Anniversary Candle" is lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the "Kaddish" begins the same evening until sunset of the day mentioned. Rivkah Deborah, mother of Mrs. May Chisling, August 2nd. Elizabeth Barber, Mary and Sarah Barber, August 8ih. Etel, mother of Mrs. Hillma. 12th. board members are asked to be present as important business will be transacted. Musa. mother of Mrs. Sol Weinkle, August 17th. Buena Beneviste. mother of R. Baine, August 22nd. Reva Ekla. mother of Henry Freedburg. August 24th. Avrohom, father of Lillian Stine, August 24th; Meyer Pesach, father of Mr. M. J. Kopelowitz. August 26th. Benyomin Yaakov. father of Mr. Louis Gordon, August 27th. Bluma, mother of Mrs. Louis mother of | Miller, August 28th. Yehudah Laeb, father of Joe and Isadore Fine. August 29th. Ester, mother of Mrs. Wm. Friedman, Sept 1st. INFORMATION WANTED fresher course at Miami, receiv(thousands of dollars for Jewish cultural patterns of Judaism. ing his instructor's permit upon war victims, contributed much to The attention of Jews in t the schools for Jewish children United States was directed i i and children's homes in Poland ly toward the problem of r, donated thousands of dollars for ing war victims, while preparaJewish scientific institutions both tioiu were made for the recepInformation is being sought of here and abroad, financed hos-jtion of refugee children from Harry Schwartz who disappeared pitals and sanatorium, aided the England. Much attention was from his home in New York in HIAS and Ort. supported workfocused on the convention of ire September. 1939 and since then ers' newspapers published in I Zionist Organization of America, 'has failed to contribute to the Yiddish and English. This group which resulted in a complete support of his wife, Yetta. as a also provides medical attention, change of administration. The result of which she finds herself insurance, funeral benefit, social verdict reached in the Christen in destitute circumstances. Mr. j service, fund for needy aged i Front trial in Brooklyn. N. Y.. Schwartz, who is believed to be members, local, district physiin Florida, is 54 years of age, a | cians. Yiddish education for the native of Rumania, of short statyoung, clubs, youth branches and ure, average weight, has brown j English speaking educational branches. hair, slightly -grey, grey eyes, wears glasses, is an operator on men's clothing by occupation. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau.


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wJewisti Floiridliiai HI CODING Ylh*e Jhewiisih HJiniity VOLUME 13-No. 27 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 19felt. The war against Gn .•• Britain has served to r< open thifl question. The profane and ruthless exploitation of the Holy Land must cease. The Catholicism of the Italian people gives them a moral right, and this also ; is the historic right of the House of Savoy which carried the title "King of Jerusalem'." FIFTH COLUMN ACTIVITIES TOLD IN JEWISH RECORD ing hell," lacking the most ele; before the armistice. ing will result in severe hardships for Jewish housewives since they cannot possibly comi plete their shopping within one hour because of the long lines outside the shops and markets. The ruling states also that Gentiles, who shop for Jews, may do so only during the designated hour. An official order from the Nazi postoffice authorities deprives Jews throughout Germany of their telephones. Many German cities have posted bulletins ordering the Jews to leave within a few months. The city of Breslau has ordered its Jewish community to leave by autumn. At the same time, new curbs were placed on Jews still able to leave Germany. A new decree forbids emigrants from taking out of the country more than two suits of clothes, one pair of overalls, one sweater and one overcoat. Jews planning to leave the country previously had been permitted to buy all the clothes they thought necessary but were unable to take any money with them. Through the new measure the Nazi government will confiscate all the personal property of Jewish emigrants. The regulations permit an adult Jewish woman to take with her only the follow ing items: two dresses, two professional robes, two aprons, one pull-over, one raincoat or costume, one winter coat or cape, one pair of winter gloves, three pairs of drawers. two nightgowns or pajamas, two underskirts, six pairs of Stockings, two bedsheets, two bed covmentary sanitary facilities. Hundreds of Jews, forced to sleep in open barns and sheds, were reported to have died of penumonia during the past winter. The "reservation" has been cut off completely from the outside world, Nazi authorities even rc, i fusing to deliver mail to Jews transported there. All requests from newspapermen to visit Lublin have been rejected Barbed-wire entanglements surround the area. Another report from Nazi-occupied Poland states that the Nazis have pressed into compulsory si rvice 600.000 Poles, in eluding approximately 200.000 JPws. for the purpose of building new fortifications on the German-Soviet border. Both Pole and Jews receive no pay foi their work and are fed left-overs. T Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency*—A grant of 100,000 pounds sterling designed to promote Palestine's self-sufficiency has been approved by High Commissioner Sir Harold MacMichael. Th. funds are to be taken from th. government surplus now on hand. The main purpose of the gran! will be to increase the agricultural productivity of Palestine thus enabling the people to substitute locally grown foodstuff: for certain imports. Primarily the money will be used for loan' to procure seed and f, rtilizer >rs, two pillowcases, one pillow, land to enable the recipients tc two quilts, one set of mattresses cultivate the ar

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=9 PAGE FOUR +Jewisti fhrkMaun FRIDAY, AUGUST 9. 1940 N TALK! PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $ 2.00 SIX MONTHS S I.00 VOLUME 13 NUMBER 27 FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1940 INTOLERANCE By Al Segal Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (By PHINEAS J. BIRON) 1,071 YEARS AGO Monday evening Tisha B'Ab will be observed by Jews everywhere marking the 1,871st Anniversary of the fall of Jerusalem. The dark forces of the world had threatened the future of mankind then, prior to the first Tisha B'Ab, as they do today. Armed to the teeth and driven by their brutal "fuehrer," Nebuchadnezzar, the Babylonians, too, attempted to conquer and dominate the world. Everything that stood in the way of their idea that might should prevail over right was threatened with liquidation. Babylon, the mightiest state in antiquity, led in the march of aggression. The Jewish people and its Homeland were then, as today, among the first victims of the bloody dictator. Only a short period afterwards the historic truth which must be borne in mind today, became evident. The "fuehrer" of mighty Babylon was proven by history to have been no more than an idol with feet of clay. Nebuchadnezzar's plans for world domination evaporated; his empire crumbled. The world became free again and the Jewish captives and refugees returned to their Homeland to relay their foundations. The turning wheel of history makes us hopeful and eagerly we await the repetition of events that culminated in the leading -us out of the darkness and dismalness of that first "Tisha B'Ab." IB DEPARTMENT AOMITSITSERROR Washington (WNS)—The War Department, which earlier in the week announced the arrest of 81 •foreign agents" in the Panama Canal Zone, admitted that it had made an error when examination disclosed that the so-called foreign agents were European refugees, most of them Jewish, who had been invited to work en canal defenses by army authoriN'eu'.ral observers here believed that the War Department had taken too seriously charges in some New York newspapers that the canal zone defenses were in the hands of aliens, Following publication of the charges Army authorities arrested the refugees and shipped them to the prison island. It was learned that many of the refugees. German-Jewish engineers and technicians, were en route to South American countries for which they had visas. While passing through the Canai they were invited by army officials to remain and work on canal defenses. Many of the German-Jewish refugees accepted and had been working on the new defenses until arrested. In admitting that it had referred erroneously to the refugees as "foreign agents," the war department stated: "The 81 aliens now awaiting disposition in the Canal immigration station are part of a large number of refugees who entered the Republic of Panama several months ago, where they were permitted by the Panamanian' government to remain temporarily. "Some were given temporary employment in the Canal Zone. The papers of all refugees so cmployed have been examined and it has been found that 81 have no legal status whatever. They have been discharged and have since been held in the Canal immigration station awaiting disposition." The future of the refugees remains doubtful since their visas for South American countries, which they had originally, have now expired. JEWS OF ANTWERP FURTHER DEGRADED London (WNS)—The Jews of Antwerp have been compelled to wear yellow badges in the shape of a mogen dovid (Star of David) on their street clothing, according to a Nazi radio report. As in certain sections of Germany and Poland. Antwerp's Jews must wear the badges as "a mark of degradation." The Nazis originally intro. duced the yellow badges for Jews to protect "Aryans" from coming in contact with Jews. In certain parts of the Reich, Jews must open conversations with non-Jews by saying: "I am a Jew." The decree also forbid Jews to enter designated parks, public places, concert halls, libraries 'and cafes. They may patronize 1 only those restaurants in the Jewish quarter. New York (WNS)—An urgent plea for immediate and effective unity of all peoples and faiths of the Western Hemisphere, in the face of growing threats from abroad, was made on the American Solidarity Program of the Free Sons of Israel, national Jewish fraternal organization, which was broadcast on coast-to-coast hookup. A lady accuses me of something which never was any sin of mine. I have been guilty of much but never self-pity. Goldie Dichner of 3269 U W. Jersey street. Indianapolis, accuses nie of this. In the Yom Kippur prayers we ask forgiveness for a variety of sins but self-pity is not one of them. I would add a line to the I confessions: "For the sin of pitying ourselves, forgive us," The lady says I ha1 several columns of self-pity in the piece about Mr. Bungle's boarding farm. This is the farm ::i the Cstskills that I passed by on my '. m !. %  ';:". In front if it stood a sign: "For Christian '! i in ists." She seems to think I was | [tying myself because Mr. Bungle cl'.in't want me. a Ji u. J: hu'".s me the more to be accused of j self-pity since through s veral columns I was really laughing at | Mr. Bungle instead" of weeping [or myself. Nor was 1 rven an-' gry. I never did consider .-< cial discrimination at.ything to get excited about. Tin n the lady takes up other matters on which I find myself agreeing with her, She says: "One would suppose the Jewish people are innocent of ever having put up such signs by signboard, word or deed. You can probably remember several half-Jewish or perhaps non• Jewish people who attempted to | make themselves a part of the Jewish community. Do you remember what happened to them for paying us the compliment? Were they welcomed with eager arms'.' You and I know better. "We would like to be accepted by others but are far from ready to do as much for them Where do we get ofr asking for more than we give?" Of course, the answer is that since we are human beings we suffer from all the faults of the human race and intolerance is one of them. When in good time human nature comes to perfection we. too, shall embrace all | the brethren, of whatever faith or color, and respect them. Yet a frank confession of intolerance should prepare us for the happy day of brotherhood The fact is that we are not even toleiant among ourselves 1 One! group puts up signs against the i other. One hears of country clubs that will not have people who come out of Orthodox origin i from East European parentage. I During the depression when new j members were badly needed, some of the clubs relaxed enough j to tolerate a few people who were thai unfortunate in their | grandfathers or greatgrandfathers. But, as I hear, these peo| pie haven't fell at aii happy in their club-life. All around they discover hostile glances that as' much as say to them, "How did you get in here? You, whose grandfather came over on a ship as late as 1890?" Then there is the religious intolerance that is impatient with the Orthodox for being that way. There is a school of Jewish intolerance whose opinion it is if It weren't for the Orthodox everything would be all right with the Jews. If they'd only give up being kosher and all that, nobody would find any fault with Jews! On the other side, intransigeant Orthodox Jews believe that they done among Jews have communication with God and that the Holy One, blessed be He, regards Reform Jews as no more than Goyim. They will not be allowed to sit at the right hand of God when the time comes. In fact, Orthodox intolerance sometimes extends to other Orthodox Jews who do not weigh up to the full measure of Orthodoxy. I know of a certain city in which one Orthodox rabbi would as soon be seen in St. Patrick's Cathedral as to enter the synagogue of another Orthodox rabbi in the same city. In that synagogue women are allowed to sit on the same floor level with the men, though in a separate section, contrary to the Orthodox rule which requires that women (Continued on Page 5) WAR ECHOES Recently revived and referring to some of Badolf's categorical imperatives is the old gag: "He's giving the world twentyfour hours to get out" Canada's air corps is doing its recruiting with posters proclaiming: "Why walk to Berlin? Join the Canadian Flying Corps" ... If you want to know how the Italian people really feel about their partnership with Hitler, just remember that the circulation of the Vatican organ Osservatore Romano, which used to be 120,000 when the editors were allowed to criticize Adolf, has fallen to about 30,000 since the censors clamped down on the paper Now it can be told that conditions in the French concentration camps for anti-Nazi refugees were quite bad even before Hitler marhed into France But don't believe your eyes when you see photos of large crowds of Frenchmen raising their hands in the Nazi salute The way such pictures are gotten is this: A band or some other attraction is set up in a public square, and a crowd natrally gathers around Then the band leader says: "All those who don't speak German will please raise their hands" Hundreds of hands go up—and the Nazi cameraman does his stuff. LISTEN HERE "I wonder," cracks Nick Kenny, "if a dictator isn't a guy who keeps the fate of his country in the hollow of his head" We don't know the statistics on the number of lunatics in these United States, but we can tell you that one out of every five hundred people polled in a recent survey expressed a desire to help Naziland win the current war What's this about the Townsendites seeking a tie-up with Joe Mac Williams of New York's Yorkville, who only recently was convicted of creating a disturbance with his anti-Semitic speeches? Incidentally, one of MacWilliams' most eloquent opponents in that part of town is one Thomas Patrick Eagan All of which reminds us to report to you that Montana's Congressman Thorkelson, who managed to build up quite a Nazophile reputation for himself during the past few years, has not been renominated by his constituents Those who are betting against Roosevelt in the Presidential campaign are basing a great deal of their confidence in Wilkie on the report that Charlie Michelson will not be the active publicity genius of the Democratic campaign this year But we're warning them right now that Charlie will be very much on the job We feel it wasn't very gracious on the part of the Rev. Dr. Edgar F. Romig to call Irving Berlin's "God Bless America" a "mawkish iteration" Any song that clicks with millions must have something Besides, there isn't a single national hymn anywhere in the world the music or words of which could be classified as really great music or literature Did you know, incidentally, that all the proceeds of the song are being donated by Mr. Berlin to the Boy Scouts? %  TRUE STORY Adam Rosen, of the shipping agency, tells us of a group of German Jewish refugees who recently came to him to purchase transportation to Madagascar Rosen, puzzled, asked why they should choose so tropical a country for a summertime visit "You don't understand," the spokesman of the group said, "we're not going there on a visit We're going to settle there For seven years now we've been on the move First from Berlin to Vienna.then to Prague, next to Antwerp, then to Paris, and now to this country We had hoped to stay here But when we read that the Nazis had announced that all Jews would eventually be transferred to Madagascar, we thought we'd better go there in comfortable accommodations new, instead of waiting another few years and having to go over in a crowded refugee ship LITERARY NEWS You will remember that a year before Pierre van Paasen's "Days of Our Years" was published we told you that it would become an otstanding book Now we tell you that Maurice Samuel's "The Great Hatred" will create a bigger sensation than Hermann Rauschning's "Revolution of Nihilism" Rauschning, by the way, is discovering that a Nazi record isn't the easiest thing in the world to live down Notwithstanding his two volumes exposing the philosophy of Nazism, he has so far not been able to obtain the affidavits necessary if he is to be admitted to this country ... If you want to know the real inside story about the collapse of France there are a couple of pieces you should watch out for The first is by van Paasen and will appear as an introduction to a book called "Beyond Tears" The other is an article by Henri de Kerillis in the October issue of Rerbook, in which the famous French editor will point out that if Georges Mandel had not been a Jew he would have become the Prime Minister of France in the emergency, and would have saved his country STAGE AND SCREEN Charlie Chaplin was all set to postpone indefinitely the release of his film "The Dictator." until the anonymous letterwriters got busy Now that he's receiving scores of threatening notes warning him against showing the film he has determined to bring it out in the early Fall Incidentally. Chaplin's closing monologue in this film marks a new high, as the strongest anti-Hitler blast yet heard from Shadowland ... A picture you mustn t miss is "The Ramparts We Watch" It's a pow(Continued on Page 8) ."



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 9. 1940 ^Jewisfi fhradSan PAGE FIVE % "=V ARYEH LEV *^ PICTURES FROM BERLIN? NO. RIGHT HERE IN AMERICA! (Continued from Page 4) New York City—Rallying to the call of the U. S. Government to strengthen and prepare the national df^nse against any possible foreign invasion, Aryeh Lev. of Brooklyn. N. Y.. National Executive Director of Young Judaea, the junior a!filiate of the Zionist Organization of America, and a first lieutenant in th* Reserve Officers Corps, entrained last Saturday for Heuvelton. N. Y.. for active duty and participation in war maneuvers along the Canadian border. The national administrative board of Young Judaea, in keeping with the diitates of the organization's recent convention to support President Roossveit's defense program, granted Mr. Lev a leave of absence during the war maneuvers which is oxpectcd to continue through the month of August. SLENDERIZE THE BIGHT WAY — •— SCIENTIFIC. REDUCING OUR SPECIALTY Each Person Receives Individual Attention Call Toe Appointment luiAitii uiiirn INSTITUTE Pr, P. r. tWta*. Director Kritr*; z'.yz Phvslc'ssi 7CIMM" olsr.yri o,|v!. Ph. L7J96 be concealed in a balcony. This, it appears, makes it a synagogue that is profane in the eyes of the other rabbi and of God. (I have heard, however, that God has been more tolerant about this than the rabbi. God has prospered the synagogue which the rabbi scorns. It is I paying off its debt regularly.) I think we should prepare for the happy day of universal tolerance by some practice of tolerance among ourselves. Jews who have suffered most from mtoleran •• should be the first to lead the way to millenium when orother will embrace brother without a knife to stick in his Thin, having had some experience of tolerance toward ea h tther, we may know how to be olerant in all other relations. The other day I met one whom shall call Sam which is, indeed. his name. Sam at once upbraided me: "What's getting into you, Segal?" What have I done now?" "What have you done? All you %  did was to heap flowers at the feet o! a convert from Judaism." He meant a certain piece I had written in my daily newspaper MI. mn. In this I had paid triute to a doctor who had just 1 died. He was a refugee from Germany. I had written that he. !ar along in his sixties, had been ted from his native soil, despite the merits of his character, his skill as a physician, the good name he had earned. He had been judged and condemn d for his blood stream. He had been born a Jew who in his youth was converted to Catholicism. Yes." Sam said, you gave your blessings to this convert who. nevertheless, had to suffer tne fate of all Jews. You should have pointed out that ironic fact." "Well. Sam. I i\ pliod. you are angry because this man dropped Judaism and took up another faith. But how well have you yourself done by Judaism? Tell me that. You must confess that you are just one of those Jews who feel very Jewish at the moment because you have been hurt This doctor at least frankly abandoned the faith. You yourself keep it only as one of the gears in your defense mechanism. What else does Judaism mean to you. Aw. Sam. since we are so weak ourselves, let's be tolerant of other weaklings." He snorted and went on "You talk like a rabbi." he said. mmmm^u TWO A.M. AND NOT A NERVINE TABLET IN THE HOUSE m\ SIHP Do You Lie Awake Nights? M ILLIONS do. The worst of it is, you never know when a sleepless night is coming. Why not be prepared? DR. MILES Effervescent Nrvin Tablets help to quiet the nerves and permit refreshing sleep. Stop in at the drug store today and get a package. Try Dr. Miles Nervine Tablets for Nervousness, Sleeplessness due to Nervousness, Nervous Headache, Excitability, Nervous Irritability. Small Package 35* Large Package 75* fall airtrtiona i packace. NERVINE TABLETS SOLDIERS ARE ENTERTAINED London (WNS-Palcor Agency) Eighty of the seven hundred Palestinian soldiers now on duty in England were entertained at a crowded dinner meeting of the Anglo-Palestine Club of this city. Among the guests were fifteen Arab soldiers. Held under the chairmanship [of Professor Selig Brodetsky. po1 litical chief in London of the Jewish Agency Executive, the | program that followed the dinner included the singing of Arabic as well as of Hebrew and Yiddish songs. David ben Gurion, chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive, spoke in Hebrew. He was followed by Colonel Josiah C. Wedgwood. Lord Nathan, Commander Oliver Locker-Lampson. Lady Reading and Colonel Rcnton. The Palestinians, some of them j speaking Hebrew, acknowledged the various greetings. Then all 'of them. Arabs and Jews together, joined in the singing of vaI rious Palestinian songs and in the I dancing of native and national | dances. Prominent among the assembled soldiers were Lance CorThese pictures were taken right in New York, in May. when more than 12.000 German-"Americans' held a "sports" festival at the Municipal Stadium on Randall's Island. Principal speakers were Nazi Consul Draeger and Fascist Consul Luca Dainelii. Built with tax payers money, the Municipal Stadium echoed with the song: "Today we own Germany, tomorrow the world." poral Behar, noted for his exploits during the recent disturbances, and his father, also a corporal. Both Lord Lloyd. Colonial Secretary, and Dr. Chairn Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, sent messages expressing their regrets that the press of urgent business prevented them from attending the festivities. Johnnie Feller JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP Auto Painting Wrecks Rebuilt Upholstery Woodwork Auto Tops Our Specialty 74 N. E. 20TH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS MftRtY SAYINGS MtTUCf LOtfS DHDE FEDERAL SRvincs ono Loan assocmTion or mmmi # 45 N. E. Pint avenue at the corner of First street I i i LOW C 0 %  T LONG T1BMI I — WOLPERT'S FURNITURE BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President — (' .j



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PAGE SIX +Jewisfi fkridlifiiri FRIDAY. AUGUST 9, 194CJ B'nai B'rith Not e s By HAROLD TURK I have been informed by Marty convention which will be held Milstcin that the B"nai B'rith over the Labor Day week-end Bowling Team is making notable ... Remember, extraordinary progress. There was a larger plans and preparations are being turnout this past Tuesday but made for the initiation ritual more of you brethren will have which will take place during the to turn out if we are to develop convention ... In speaking to a worthwhile tournament .Leo, we agreed that it would be With a membership of close to a good idea for those of you who 1,000 there is no reason why we procured new members to take it can't develop a crack team ; upon yourselves to have these Especially since we have the ad| new members come to the meetvantage of the experience and ings so that they may become facoaching of Brother Milstein. I miliar with our organization and Brother John Kronenfeld (who its activities. by the way is a swell bowler) Brother Eisenstein also told has been coming down quite regme about an incident which I ularly and bringing with him his believe is worth while repeating, lovely wife. Elsie She bowls Recently one of our new memwell, too. Brothers Emanucl De rs called Leo up about 1:30 in Weinkle, Jerry Weinklc, Leo j t he morning to tell him that he Chaikin. Sam Seitlin, Bernie had just succeeded in procuring Wagner and Bob Levin have ala now member. It seems that so been attending quite reguia'ly tnP y were all at some gathering and most of them are top-notch or affair when all of this took men Brother Abe Kaplan, who never bowled in his life. came down last week an.i did very nicely He suggested that it was rather difficult for him to place. In spite of the fact that Brother Eisenstein had been resting in the arms of sweet Morpheus for several hours, he was so pleased with the enthusiasm knock things down since he was displayed that he congratulated accustomed to building things up. nls caller and had no difficulty (P. S. Brother Kaplan is a buiklj n falling asleep ... I was also er.) Brother Milstein suggests told by Loos lov.lv wife, Nola. that there are a number of men tna t not only does Leo eat and who are excellent bowlers who talk new members all day Ions; he would like to see down at the | 3Ut he even counts them in his regular Thursday night get-tos i,, cp an d a s each night go gethcrs at the Miami Recreation he counts up some new members, Alleys on Miami Avenue near the an< j nas pro mised Nola thai he is Tuttle Arena How boui sure he will be cund of tl.is eonBrother Joseph B. Berman comd j t j on wne n lie is able to reach mg down this next week And \ 000 by *e way, why not bring your An „ h;il Brother Eisen wife or girl friend as shell ent j ka £ th .. members ; s t ,. a like to participate. hour or tWQ S(i|m day oe£oio • • • the next meeting and bring in a Brother Leo Eisenstein, chairnew member. man of the membership committee, has informed me that we vee very close to our 1.000 goal and with a little more effort on the part of the members, we a I [y should have no difficulty in passing that mark before our Speaking auoui meetings, our | next regular met ting will be held at the Y. M. H. A. Tuesday night. August 13. at 8 o'clock ... Be -,ii to attend as there will be a nomination and election for the office of Guardian, and our 'plans for the coming convention will be discussed in many details. We will also have Robert Taylor as guest speaker of the j evening. Bob Taylor is our county solicitor and needs no introduction since he is so well known not only by our members of the legal profession but by everyone in the community. I There will be a number of other things taken up at the meeting which will be of special interest to everybody, especially to those who have not attended our meetings lately. Brother Al Tallot. chairman of the State Federation Convention Committee, has informed me that most of the committees for the convention have been appointed, and names will be announced next week. Those of you who ar" desirous of attending the convention as a delegate f our Lodge please communicate with Brother Pallot by calling 3-4728 or be sure to speak to him at the : next meeting Many of the members are making plans to spend the entire Labor Day 'week-end at the Hollywood Beach Hotel with their wives, and a splendid idea it is. • • • The B'nai B'rith has opened a temporary office until arrangements for our permanent office are completed. The office is located at 845 Ingraham Building, telephone number 2-1388. and vou may call in person or phone the office for any B'nai B'rith business. • • • NOTICE: B'nai B'rith being mindful of its civic and patriotic duties is cooperating with the McAllister Volunteers and recommends to its members and friends that they Join with the McAllister Volunteers and receive practical military training without having to actually enlist in Hi %  regular army. More then 350 Miami men have ah>ady joined. Please bear in mind that the training received in the event of draft, will prove of in able value, and it does not in any way make your joining subject to call by the government. Those desiring to join or wanting further information may contact Nat Roth, who may be r :vhd by calling 2-4243, or by calling The Jewish Floridian, 2-1141. UNITED JEWISH APPEAL LEADER IN TRAINING An Opportunity To Serve Your Country B'NAI B'RITH URGES ALL AMERICANS OF GREATER MIAMI Between The Ages Of ltt and 45 Years TO JOIN THE MCALLISTER VOLUNTEERS IN AFFILIATING WITH THE McALLISTER VOLUNTEERS YOU WILL RECEIVE PRACTICAL MILITARY TRAINING WITHOUT ACTUAL ENLISTMENT IN REGULAR ARMY Americanism Committee B'NAI B'RITH SHOLEM LODGE NO. 1024 %  Edward M. M. Warburg takes time out from campaign duties as Chairman of the Greater New York drive of the United Jewish Appeal to train with the Business and Professional Men's Group at Plattsburg. Son of the late Felix M. Warburg. Mr. Warburg is the National Co-Chai r man of the Joint Distribution Committee. LINCOLN THEATRE COMMEMORATE FALL FEATURES HITLER EXPOSE OF JERUSALEM "Does a woman really know the man she loves" may virtually iutaken tor the theme of the intensely powerful picture on the Lincoln Theatre screen today. Especially when that love occurs between an American girl and a boy under the curse of tl.e ika in Nazi Germany today. Transplanting Liberty Magazine's thrilling story, "I Married a Nazi." into the screen story of "The Man I Married" becomes an entertainni nt that exposes the hates, tii'' cruellies and the extreme liases of the present G< rman regime. Joan Bennett. Francis Lederer, I Nolan. Otto Kruger and Maria Ouspenskaya have the leading roles in this picture win. h should convince all of us hal it is 111'! ied Gr at to be at, American. No picture ha captured the true spirit and tin fiendish brutality ol Hitler's brigands. "The Man 1 Married" is now showing at the Miami B> B h Lincoln Theatre. I PHONE 23816 Walterson Body Works J. V. Walterson. Prop. BODY AND FENDER | STRAIGHTENING I Wheel Aligning — Blacksmithir Duco and Enamel Painting | 1135 Nnr'h Miami Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP 172 N. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-2IC.2 MIAMI, FLORIDA We Call for and Deliver New York.—As the Ji Palestine and Jewish con ties in the democratic ci of the world prepared foi mmiorating the 1.871st am sary of the fall of Jerusa Tish B'Av (August 13th). A can Jews wire urged to a greater measure of pi ,. i!ai support for the wartime | gram of the Jewish Nat Fund which calls for the a tion of more land in Palis'... make room for the scttlcn: i. refugees and to enlarge '.. cally grown food supply. Tile symbolic art of the pr | et Jeremiah who entered into .1 contract for the purchase of 1 I in his birthplace, Anathoth, lining the last days of the g Jerusalem, was pointed out as an example worthy of emulation 1 a rail issued to the Jew:.':-. National Fund Councils aif.l ; > public by Dr. Israel CJ. %  president of the Fund. A' u : i 1 to the totalitarian air Bt'.a .. upon the shores ol Palestili call exhorted supporters ol wartime program for the ish National Fund in Palestine I not to slacken in then efl 11 cause of the temporary difficulties and setbacks. Collections in the syna', (during the preceding evening services and the morning services on August 13th In 1 than 1.000 communities thr mghout the country have been arranged und.-r the auspices 0 local Jewish National Fund Councils. THE GATEWAY TO HEALTH DR. FREDERICK BUTLER Dietetic I hemUtry Naturopatliic Physician CHIROPRACTOR 463 tit St.. .Miami i;.a. Il 'HO.\E 3-.808 HniAmi HT MUCUS 1 •raprW. with .1.. !" Wl lm •MI aiafcu. Brr MSma. *•*• W %  FfecMa — 11H11 JOSEPH H. ADAMS. 1250 Rooms I WITH BATH EL COIllODORO HOTEL 5.W. 2-l Ave. and fir; 1



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PAGE TWO *Jenisti flcridliari FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1940 The first annual boat ride party sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Ortho{ dox Congregation will be held Tuesday evening, August 20th, leaving Pier 8 Municipal docks at 8:30 o'clock aboard the yacht Seven Seas, which sails in Biscayne Bay. An orchestra will furnish music for dancing, novel | entertainment will be presented | Mrs. Josephine Rubin. 42 of 927 I The Dean's Office of the UniverThe wedding of Miss Marjorie en TY RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor and refreshments will be availi Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, succumbed to a brief illness Monday evening in a Miami Beach hosable. Mrs. J. L. Jacobs, chairman, is being assisted by Messity of Florida has just released Predingcr. daughter of Mr. and final tabulation of fraternity Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, to Al scholarship averages for the preFelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mardames George Chcrtkof and Vicpital. A resident of Miami Beach j ceding semester. The freshman cus Felman, took place Sundaytor Mell. Tiie entire proceeds will be given to the Talmud Torah fund. The bar mitzvah of Bernard, son of Miami Beach, three sisters, of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer. [Mrs. N. Hayman. Mrs. Julia Baer was held Saturday morning at and Mrs. L. Klinger of New York Beth Jacob Synagogue. Sunday and a niece, Mrs. Eleanor Kamin the bar mitzvah was honored at a reception at his home. • • • The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of Mrs. Sophie Gordon Alexander, wife of Nathi-n Alexander, will take place Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the J"\vish section of Woodlawn cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services. for four years, coming here from | pledge class of Tau Epsilon Phi. August 4th at Temple Israel. New York, she is survived by one I national Jewish fraternity, has Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman offison, Bert, one daughter. Claire, j achieved undisputed claim to ciated. After a two weeks' honher mother. Mrs. Amelia Pollack first place with a three out of a eymoon trip the couple will reside at 830 S. W. 9th Street. of Miami Beach. Funeral will be conducted in New York. • • • The regular meeting of the Young Women's Hebrew Association will be held Wednesday evening. August 21st at the Y. Clubrooms. 1567 S. W. 5th Street. All members are asked to attend. possible four point average. This is the highest average ever made by a pledge group at the institution. Individual awards went to Sol Alexander and Bob Goldberg of Miami, and Albert Aronovitz of Tampa, all Tau Epsilon freshj men. Alexander compiled a perj feet average, all As. for the highMrs> Jules Wilson accompanied est freshman average of the year, b y her son E • • • Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff : left for the north where they will 1 visit relatives and friends during a month's stay. • • • Mrs. R. Myers and son Louis who have been visiting in Miami during the past week, left Sunday lor their home in Greensboro. N. C. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having articles of clothing, furniture, etc. that are not beinK used or neeuYil, please cooperate with the I^atti,-s Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, and send these articles to the RUMM.M;I: STORE maintained Dy them. If You Cannot Bring These to the while Goldberg and Aronovitz followed close behind. The Phi Beta Delta pledge group, also a Jewish fraternity, ended up in Mr. and Mrs. Julius G. Kaplan I thirteenth place. Nathan Aronof 516 15th Street. Miami Beach, ovitz. Miami, received mention leave Sunday for Jacksonville, where they will visit relatives and friends for a month. RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 5th St. Please Phone Mrs. L. J. Hartz. 2-7135 Mrs. Morris Dubler. 5-3*17 Mrs Harry Kaufman, 5-4269 Jewish Welfare Office. 3-5377 Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. 2.1864 and they will be called for Mrs. Julius Simpson and daughter Norma Lee returned to the ; announce the birth of a baby son I from the dean's office for his Clt y 'rom New York where they August 1st at Victoria hospital. The baby was named David Jay j at the bris which was held [Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at the hospital. Both mother and baby are doing nicely. Mrs. Kaplan was the former Miss Phoebe Efseroff. Mr. Michael Arnold of Coral Gables returned to the city from a lionship coast to coast trip. : school. scholastic average. In fraternity visited for several weeks. Mr. intramural*, Tau Epsilon Phi Simpson who accompanied them. placed fifth and Phi Beta Delta is now touring the United States, placed seventh. Outstanding for • • • their respective fraternities was The Book of the Month Club will Ed Goldberg. Miami, for Tau meet in the afternoon, August Epsilon Phi. and Simon Roth121st at the home of Mrs. Sam stein, Jacksonville, for Phi Beta j Tannenbaum. 2103 S. W. 11th Delta. Goldberg also won the Street, when Mrs. Charles FeldState A. A. U. Handball Champ-: man will review "How Green Tournament while in Was My Valley." A social hour will follow. JE1NI5H EVENTS II domination, there were added the eyes of the world because of about 84.000 residents of Belgithe presence of millions of others um. about 200.000 of Holland and nearly 450.000 from France. The in a similar position in the Nazi dominated territories. Most tragic Koolmotor GASOLEX E and OILS Acme Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. By The Editors Of CONTEMPORARY JEWISH RECORD relatively searee information '. is the lot of the thousands of Gcrfrom the Lowlands tells of the man emigres—particularly those arrests and return to Germany of : who actively fought Nazism and | refugees and of increasing misthus became the special objects of Nazi revenge—who sought [ shelter in Holland, Belgium and France, only to be handed over treatment and economic elimination of native Jews. There is a justifiable fear that the Nazi de(The rapid change of conditions man s on France may include to the Nazis as part of the dictatthroughout the world today j the introduction of some form of ed armistice terms. Relatively makes it necessary now and then racial policy, modified to a cerfew have managed to escape into [^ %  s^a^s^e r c f n : h jrsr of f %  E, s andand p r ugaL ment with the editors of the ConI strength of the traditions of demThe entry of Italy into the war temporary Jewish Record, Seven ocraey and equality in the first has placed the Jewish communArts Feature Syndicate and Thi [European country to emancipate i itics in the Mediterranean in the Jewish Flondian bring you this lhe Jews. Today. Western and direct line of danger Those in Central Europe, with some exlangier as well as in the French ceptions, are dominated by the possessions in North Africa are forces of racialism and anti-Semnow exposed to the hazards of itism, and coordinated by Nazi j Spanish fascism and the changes %  policy. The panicky switching in the government policy of of alliances is extending this con|France Palestine faces direct Stanley Tannenbaum, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum, left Thursday for Camp Erie, adjacent to Baltimore, Md., where he will remain for a month. • • • Miss Gertrude Goldstrom of Miami Beach is convalescing from a recent illness at the Chateau de Sante, 6900 Coral Way, where she will be glad to see her friends. • e e Mr. M. B. Frank will return to the city from Hendersonville. N. C. the early part of the week and will remain here a few days, returning there to complete his \jcation. e • e Mr. Max Surer and Mr. and Mrs. Jack August, accompanied by their sons, Arthur and Leslie, will leave Sunday for Hendersonville, N. C. where they will vacation for a month. e e • Mr. Paul Weintraub of Jacksonville. Florida, is visiting in Miami Beach at the Edsinger Hctel, where he will remain lor a week. e • • Mrs. Harold Levinson returned to the city after a weeks visit in Cincinnati. Ohio, with her parents. e • • Mrs. Hyman Jacobs of Atlanta, Georgia, accompanied by her daughter, is visiting in Miami. • e e Mr. E. Albert Pallot left Thursday for Hendersonville, N. C, where he will visit for several days, returning to the city Tuesday. e • • All Zionist groups in Greater Miami express their profound grief at the untimely death of one of Israel's foremost sons, Vladimer Jabotinsky. It is the desire of the community to express its feeling by sponsoring a memorial meeting at the end of the "Shloshim" (thirty days period of mourning). Details will appear in a later edition. timely resume of Jewish world events.—The Editor.) With the occupation of the Low Countries and the collapse of France continental Europe enn now be called a veritable trap ,. for the Jews. To the number of L d • *"*' S '" the C3SC of I taIlan altilcks The sympathy of Jews already under the Nazi Rumama whlch ls lo a y comthe Arab, and particularly the pletely racist state, and through | Jewish, communities with the the growing influence of prowar aims of the Allies continues Nazi elements in such countries, to be expressed in a number of as Hungary, where anti-Jewish Ipractical ways, such as voluntary policies are becoming more and military service, defense loans CEMENTINE PRODUCTS 3220 N. W. 27th Avenue Manufacturers Ccmentine Wall Coating lenientine Clear Water Proofing C'ementine Colored Cement Ccmentine Old Cement Floor Finish PHONE 3-4234 With JOAN BErW.rr, FRANCIS LEDERER, OTTO KRUGER, LLt/.'D riOLAN AND AriiJA STEM more Vicious. Furthermore. Nazi j 'ifth column propaganda outside of Europe is continuing to exploit I tnti-Semitism in its efforts at I iurther domination. Its poisonI >us influences have become inreasingly felt in the New World, as evidenced by recent happenings in several Latin American countries. The combat against hem, therefore, becomes a life death struggle by the demo. %  racies. The fate of specifically Jewish refugees has become an issue of relatively lesser importance in and economic coordination Aral, and Jewish collaboration in the economic and cultural field is slowly erasing the efforts of four years of terroristic propaganda and acts. The uncertain status of Syria, however, has brought to the fore new proposals for an Arab Federation of States, which may profoundly alter the position of the Jewish National Home. With the incorporation of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina | as well as the virtual extension (Continued on Page 3) LETTER SERVICE v.r loi^fitu ti ; %  I 1'i, !• %  %  %  N i \4iim 3-848*7' ~ £ •r Scenes at the joint installation of the Young Men's and Young Women's Association held recently at the Tides Hotel