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The Jewish Floridian ( August 16, 1940 )

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*T =3 SP wJewish IFioiridliai m COMBINING YtlG JlBWtStl UtfStf %% 3& QsuxrUJk U)jiSLQJLy VOLuMrJ 13—No. 33 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1940 PRICE 10 CEiiTS NAZI PEACE MEANS JEW-LESS PEACE London (WNS)—A Nazi victory in the war will mean a "Jew-less" peace, according to Das Schwarze Korps, official organ of Hitler's Elite Guard, which said that after the war an area remote from Europe will be set apart for Jewish colorization. While Germany itjelf intensified its air attacks on Great Britain, the Nazi paper charged I hat Jews had :ooperatod with England in an attempt to "convert all Europe into a chaotic, bloodsoaked battlefield." The Hitler mouthpiece emuhayized thai once the war is won. the Jews will be made to pay a heavy price. The German-Italian victory. Das Schwarze KOTOS said, "will secure space far away from European laboi and culture where the scum of hunuiniiy may tiy to lead a life ot it:; own toil cr die a death it earned." The paper warned that Jews vi rywhere in Eurooe would be driven from their "hideouts," despite the prese.it or scrvance of •camouflaged restraint.** Norway, Denmark, Holland, Belgium and both occupied and iiiuc cupied Fraace were cited as examples. "Jews in these countries have MIAMI JEWRY AIDS HOME GUAM) UNITS THE PASSING A CHEAT MAN Brief Glimpses Into the Life Oi VLADIMIR JABOTINSKY (The untimely deuth of Vlai Imli Jabol nisk> :ii 59, which w> ileejtiy -IIM, Ie opijoreu i tiis iiulleleH UN well as his adherents, | marked the Dajtnl.il <>i one 01 the moet dynuinte an*1 brilliant lentiern I i the annali "f Zionism. Thia briar, Intimate sketch of the life and character of Mr. Jabotinsky is brought to MM l,\ The Jewleh Ftorldlaii through .\„.il arranaeinenta between the x< >, York Times and Beven Art* Feature Syndicate.—THE EDITOR.) Rallying to support the movement Of joining the Home Guard Units, started as a project of the B'nai B'rith Americanization Committee, more than forty members of the various Jewish organizations have affiliated themselves with the McAllister Home Guard. The Young Men's Hebrew Association has led the groups by enrolling close to thirty members. The Home Guard Units have no direct affiliation with government defense groups and entail no obligations as far as military enlistment is concerned, j Vladimir j a botinsky. author. Preparatory drilling and militaiy; k cturer and wor d eader was training is taught in addition to L^ mogl controversia figure in many technical courses which are Zionism. Loved by hi, offered to members of the Home ^ respected Guard. More than 3a0 have i ,. J"* .. .... for his sincerity by those opjoiiied and are being outfitted as L „ 5 ,. ... ., posed to his political beliefs, hi iast as finances will permit. Among those present at the weekly meeting of the Unit were Dr. Sam Beckman, Sidney Goldstein, Harry Kahn, Harry Schcr. Herman Waitsman. Harry Schwartz. Fred K. Shochet. Noiiian Weiss, Lou Safan, Leon Lieberthan, George Rachhn George Davis, Murray Kellman. S. Horowitz, Samuel Hollender Jack Tietler and Manny Tietler. i The Home Guard meets ev. i> 1 Monday and Wednesday evenings. All those interested ir. I -oining are requested to meet a: •he Y grounds between 7 and EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Vv'ILL BE HONORED Monday evening, August 19lii at 8:30 o'clock,.the Young Men's Hebrew Association and its affiliates will honor their executive director. Mr. Maurice Grossman, upon his completion of two year. of service to the organization. I at a reception entitled "Maurice .Grossman Night, at the Y Club; rooms. An evening of gala activities has been planned. Thi program with E. Albert Pallot. jas chairman of the evening, will j include brief addresses by representatives of leading organizations of the city, several publi. officials. Dr. Samuel Beckmar, JEWS HARD HfTBY MIAN EDICT. p London (WNS)—A new series of anti-Jewish laws, consider ed ii. evitable since Rumania entert d | the Axis powers' orbit, was announced by the Rumanian Cabinlet, headed by the vio'ent'y nr.ti, Jewish, pro-Nazi Premier Ion Gigurtu. The decrees are aimed at eaves together for the meeting All men are urged to attend. readily disappeared from public 7:15 p. m. where the group life and withdrawn from civil offices and editorial rooms." the Nazi periodical said. The violently anti-Semitic editorial concluded by charging that present anti-Jewish laws in various European countries were too weak and that solution on a Continental scale was necessary. PREDICT SHAKEUP OF NAZI OFFICIALS BAN SHOPKEEPERS a NAZI PRANCE London (WNS)—Many Jewish shopkeepers in Nazi occupied France are liquidating their enterprises as a result of a Nazi* 1 roclaim-d boycott against Jewish shops it was learned hi re. Some Jewish owners were able t" sell their shops but others; 1 ss fortunate have been compiled to give tin m up. The French people in occupied France dare not enter Jewish shops since the boycott is superI ed by uniformed Nazi troopers and because of the articles in the daily pr.-'ss warning the "" !, sts I 'pulation not to buy in Jewish stores. Nazi raids on Jewish homes continue, Trainloads of silver and other valuable objects, tak< n from Jewish homes and instill." ions, have been shipped back to Germany. Washington (WNS)—A shakeI ip of Nazi diplomatic and consuI ar officials in the Western Hem i sphere was predicted by neutra I ibservers here as a result of thi ;tron • rtand taken at the Havini ..-lerican conference against I itth column activities. It is believed in some quarters [hen that Nazi officials are perI'urtied over the firm attitude of he Am ri-nn r publics in daalng with fifth column activities is mourned the world over by Jews of every shade of thought. Jabotinsky had headed the Jewish Legion in Palestine during the World War. Since his arrival in this country from London on March 13. he had be. n working on a plan to raise a similar army to fight agains. Italy and Germany, and also baa been conducting a drive for mast emigration of Jews to Palestinfrom Eastern and Central Europe. Mr. Jabotinsky stirred intens loyalty among his followers and deep bitterness among his opponents in the Zionist movement His leadership was more pro nounced in Easti in Europe and in Palestine—from which he was oanmd—than in the United States, but on his last visit her 'ast March more than 5,000 persons overcrowded a hall to heai him. They constituted the largest group ever gathered in New York under so-called Revisionist auspices. Jabotinsky had the multiple appeal of a poet, soldier, orator. ind personal fire and magnetism. His sincerity could hard!> .o questioned, even by those %  ad rs of other Zionist parties to whom he was anathema. A', times he and his followers wcr and Miss Irene Cohen, president of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A., respectively, musical selections bj the Jewish War Veteran's Drum & Bugle Corps, drills by the Boy Scout Troop, and presentation, by members of the Home Cam. and other Y groups. In addition an elaborate schedule of enter tainment has been prepared Dancing will be enjoyed and refreshments served. The publi is urged to attend. 'azi hirh r-tips are upset a... v the manner in whi %  !, supposed denounced as traitors to Jewry -rrtt ajrents havp been discovd and publicized. Many Nazi diplomatic offii ; >'i-Hl be racall'd aid rephred by saser known Nazis, according %  • hese quarters. Among the firJl > prt. i was afrerd. will be Dv rerhard A'ois Westri-k. com n Trial cound. Laborite, that arrangements are being made f T the formation of a number "I" Palestinian companies out of scattered units now in the British army. The announce mont was the first of its kind yet issued y the British government giving separate identity to Palestinian troops. Sir Anthony pointed out, ir replying to the Laborite member's question as to whether the man power of Palestine is being organized into a combatant for e, VOLUNTEER DAILY tnat Palestinians are eligible 'o enlist in various combatant unit ;. Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor AgenIn view of the present serious MANY PALESTINIAN 15.000, has been given ,-. .....w fur h „ r( d jt to th „ exte nt of beC y)—The government announced situation in Syria, Colonel WctlCA Nazi radio report from Paris \' ave *t^^'J!LS!LiKiw "" i aiIrd himself. that the rate of volunteer enlistwood further pressed the point. Vladimir Jabotinsky was born me nts in the air corps and the "could not more extensive use be in Odessa. Rusria, in 1S80 and army has risen to 100 each day. became something of a literary showing sharp improvement durand linguistic prodi"y He w>nt | i n g the past week. It was re•o high school in his home city, ported that more than 2.000 Palsiid that the final peace terms. Which will be signed at th<* end "' the war. will include a provision permitting Nazi authorities ti confiscate the wealth of Jews in occupied France as part of the reparations payments to Germany. d (ITP. Nine thousand Jews i r dy have departed and thouiarkh of others are leaving Cra•ow daily. Jews who leav* by Aunwt '5. made of these people?" Sir Anthony, in reply, said that he would not like to connect his decision and the decision of it was Icarnod. will be permi e studied in Switzerland pfltinians nave enlisted since July the government with any spexito take all their possessions with u j 2nd fi( event 'them, (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) I



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PAGE TWO >Jce Feuer of Miami. The will return to the city the latter wed ding will take place in Octo' part of August. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid of 1345 S. W 17th Terrace have as their house guests their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Ghertner of Nashville. Tenn.. who will visit here for several weeks. Mrs. Ghertner is ber, after which the couple will reside in Atlanta. • • • Word has been received here that Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Shier, ac! companied by their children and Mr. Shier's mother, met with an automobile accident in Hazelhurst. Georgia. Mr Shier's the former Miss Janice M. Magid motlu>r was killed and he and his of Miami family are in a Georgia hospital • • • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rayris are Miss Harriet Tobin. daughter of vacationing in Hendersonville. Mr. and Mrs A. J. Tobin left N. C. where they will remain for Thursday for a three weeks' va%  several weeks. 'cation in the mountains Sai foriz.d 1.00 and 1.98 SEERSUCKER PLAY CLOTHES A "steal" from men's suits %  %  %  this cool attractive seersucker in grey and white stripes, roilored into play clothes. SLACKS, well cut with lippf closing and belt of same material. Pr <-9B JACKET, with two large pockets. Semi-fitted in back. Good long length '-98 SKIRTS with one pocket, side closing with tipper and belt c some material ••"• SHORTS are pleated, with on* pocket, ft 1M HALTER k lined and tailored to fit well '-00 %  EACRWEA*. TMIBD FLOOR 'j I



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T -V' FRIDAY. AUGUST 16. 1940 -\ > %  > V j CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) Jenist rkrJcJkir PAGE THREE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION Palm Beach Notes Mrs. Ray Cohtn of Brighton Beach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Logonaw, left for her home after visiting here for ten days. ( BETH JACOB j CONGREGATION ~— 1 TEMPLE ISRAEL L 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX bMAKIHO. H,l!)l)l 4?8 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 22176 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 p. m. Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a. m. Bar-Mitzvah Group Sunday at 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of month. 1545 S. W. Third Street | ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi Rabbi's Residence: 1 919 South West 13th Court Phone 3-5192 Schedule of Services Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. Friday evening services: 5 p. m. Shabbes: 9:00 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. :45 :30 in Religious Institution We wish to advise the parents of our students attending our Talmud Torah that classes will be resumed Tuesday morning. Sept 3rd. A program of activity plus the curriculum will be announced in a future issue. B'nai B'rith Library We take this occasion to congratulate Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith for the remarkable display i : nthusiasm when the Lodge voted unanimously to contribute SI00.00 for additional books for the B'nai B'rith shelf at Miami University Library. This Hebrew part of the library was initiated three years ago by B'nai B'rith and every year thus far a contribution of $100.00 has been made to augment the many fine books that are in the library at present. The president and faculty of the University have commended highly the splendid action of the local B'nai B'rith. In the Synagogue The coming Sabbath being Shabbos Nachus, the Sabbath of Consolation, Rabbi Abraham Kellner will preach on the comforting message of the Prophet and speak on "Smiling Through Tears." The regular classes in Vlishna and Shulchan Aruch will be resumed by Rabbi Kellner commencing with Sunday. August 18th. Jewish Radio Hour The regular weekly Jewish Radio Hour will be conducted by Rabbi Kelln;T this Sunday. August 18th at 3 p. m. over Station WIOD. Rabbi Kellner will speak on "Saints and Prophets." Avel Rabbim We register with grief and lamentation the passing of the revered chief Rabbi of Wilno, Rabbi Chaim Ozer Gorodzmsky prophetic zeal and inspiration was a tower of strength and beacon of light to the sorely tried Jewish masses of East, rn Europe. We join the bereaved House of Israel to weep over the fire that rages in our midst. May the saints of Israel and their merit intercede in the behalf of our suffering people. Regular Friday night services are held at Beth Israel Tempiconducted by various members during the absence of Dr. Carl N. Herman. Tisha B'Ab services were held Monday night with Rabbi Manuel Greenstein conducting. Yahrzeit services were held for the late Carl Schrebnick Tuesday night and Wednesday with Joe Schrebnick conducting. Dr. Barney Blicher left Sunday to join Mrs. Blicher in New York, for a visit to the world's fair and the New York mountains. They will return here in a month. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Feldman returned from a month's combined business and pleasure vacation. Washington Avenue and Third %  Street. Mi Q mi Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Raobl (711 Lenox Avenue Phone 51323 MAURICE MAMCHES. Can'.or Phone 5 2013 945 Euclid Avenue i i — \ 1 13; N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 27745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31t St.—29548 Miami The many friends and members of Beth El congregation were glad to welcome Mr. H. Kapner back to the Shul after an absence of several weeks due to illness. Miss Adeline Goldstein having finished her course of studios in Miami has returned to West Palm Beach where she will spend the remainder of the summer until ichool re-opens. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss of Northwood entertained a youn;; group of girls in honor of the fifth birthday of their younger laughter, Doris. Games were played and refreshments served. Synagogue Services Morning services: Daily at 8 a. m.; Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Afternoon services at 6:45 p'. m.; Friday and Saturday at 6:30 p. m. Evening services: Daily at 7:15 p. m.; Saturday at 7:45 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "The Portion of the Week." Religious School Instruction in our daily school is being conducted by Cantor Mamches. Classes are held Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday from 9 to 12 each morning. Children may be registered any week-day morning. Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself, from the congregation."—Hillel. Johnnie Feller Phone 3-7G81 JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP Auto Painting Wrecks Rebuilt Upholstery Woodwork Auto Tops Our Specialty 74 N. E. 20TH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Dan Goodmark land Miss Rose Goodmark left [lor their summer vacation which will be spent in tile mountains. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having articles of clothing, furniture, etc, that artnot beliis used or neii• i. please eo perate with the Ladies Auxiliary of th" Jewish u .i.o <• i lureaUi and send artlc t" the RUMMAOE STORE maintained by til. Ml If You Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 6th St. Please Phone Mrs. L. J. Hartr. 2-7135 Mrs. Morris Dubler. 53517 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 54239 Jewish Welfare Office. 3.5377 Mrs. Meyer c chwirtr 't* and they will be called for "Only one thing seems quite clear. We must immediately Stand as best wo may for those .things to which we owe oar i highest allegiance. All of them 'are threatened by toe Nazi regime. When Goebbels said Mia' the Nazis exist to destroy 'the principles of 1739." he spoke wit; precise truth. Instead of Liberty the Nazis offer slavery; instead of equality, they off* r the rul uf the Nordic I rutality; in of fraternity and inti maiionalism, they offer an endless si:. of future wars. To those idea none of us in England can surrender whatever may happei o n the battlefield. There corner 'into my mind today the biblical story of the three nv n who were old that they would be thrown into a burning fiery furnace un less tiny Lowed down to fa i Gods. They replied: 'Our God whom we serve is able to deliver us from the burning, fiery furnace. But if not. be it known unto thee. O King, that we will not serve thy Gods.' And wo will not."—Kingslcy Martin, in The New Statesman and Nation. Regular Friday evening services will be held at the Temple this Friday evening, August 16th at 8:15 o'clock, and will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The sermon will be based on this week's prophetic section, "Comfort Ye, Comfort Ye My People." Members of the congregation and friends are urged to attend the services during the summer months. Visitors from other parts of the country attend the services, and their example should be followed by local r< idents. Last Friday evening s< rvice, guests included Rabbi and Mrs. Louis Wolsey of Congregation Rodeph Sholom in Philadelphia; Rabbi and Mrs. Hairy W. Ettelson of Temple Children Israel, Memphis. Tinn.: Rab i Stanley R. Brav of Congregatii :i Anshed Chescd of Vicl Miss., and Rabbi and Mrs. Eugene Blachschleger of Congregation Beth Or of Montgonv Ala. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peaci I peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this F; evening, the memory of the fi lowing will be consi crated: Recently Departed Lottie Bertuch. mother of Mrs. Marvin Bronr.er and Mr. M. well D. Bertuch. Yahrzeits Alexander S. Mendelson, husband of Mrs Alex Mendelson, father of Mr. G. Louis Mendelson and Mrs. Mitchell Kuperberg; Rosa Goldstein, mother of Mrs. Alex Mendelson; Herman Utitz. father of Mrs. Dave Eii i ::..:een. I -.<;^ HONE 2-1141 ^fii^ 2/ S.W. 2nd Ave. Miami. Printer./ and Publisher./* :SS*^' %  • W*^'^*!^ '*V j iffi SSB ji x*/ 1



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PAGE FOUR fJewlstt fhrkBan FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1940 JUILISHH EVER V n\\i\ PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Eniered as second class matter Iuly 4, 1930 at the Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, Post 1879 ONE SIX MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION S?00 %\ 00 VOLUME 13 VOLUME 13—No. 33 FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1940 TRIBUTE Marking the completion of two years of service to the organization, the Young Men's Hebrew Association and its affiliated divisions are paying tribute to Maurice Grossman, their executive director, Monday evening with a "Maurice Grossman Night." A review of tha excellent accomplishments shows remarkable achievements and brilliant progress of the organization made possible by the untiring, unselfish and sincere eflor'.s of Maurice Grossman whose energies expended fulfilled a^.ivilies for this area never believed possible. Citing the Home Camp as but one of his many achievements he has received acclaim from all who have witnessed its operation including Civic workers, public officials, character building and youth leaders of all faiths. Within a short period of two years he has by his directorship attained for the Y. M. H. A. a respected place in the community such as it deserves, looked up to by everyone and acclaimed by all who have been brought within its scope. Respected not as an executive director but as an individual who truly has the interest of the community at heart, Maurice Grossman has won the admiration of all. Fair, diplomatic, genial, friendly, confidant, trustworthy, tireless, energetic, and sincere are only a few of the descriptions applicable to him. With his past performance as a criterion and with continued community cooperation, Maurice Grossman and the "Y" together, have a brilliant and useful future before them and for the community, will continue to create and build. TABLE TALK Notable Quotes of the Week FAITH "The rationalistic dogma thai all can be explained in terms <,l mathematics and that every problem can be solved by experiment fails when it is confronted by the ternal paradoxes of the reign of cosmic law and human freewill, of cosmic justice and the triumph of injustice on earth. The positivistic faith that man has raised himself somehow by his own bootstraps may content the religious humanist, but it does not satisfy a world of men and women who. deprived of the old faith in God. make themselves new gods in the image of Hitler —Prof William F. F. Albright. Johns Hopkins University HELP "To those of us for whom relicion means a love which the torrents of hatred can not quench; to those of us for whom religion implies compassion for the wretched and reverence for human personality; to those of us for whom religion signifies fostering within ourselves what we deem the highest traits of character, there can be no two ways. The Red Cross, the American Friends Service Committee, the United Jewish Appeal,, not to mention various other organizations and any other aid we might render—such, for instance as providing affidavits to bring more of the afflicted people to the shelter of America—these should stand not last on our elective budget and not third and not second but first. Certain of our expenditures are not matters of budgetary choice. We have no :hoice as regards the basic needs —food, clothing, medical care, shelter, solvency. But beyond these budgetary compulsions, lure is the area of budgetary selection; and here is where we L-an heed the call of religion. We ran place the succor of the unfortunate ahead of pleasure, ahead of luxury, ahead of frills and adornments, ahead of accumulation, ahead of everything not indispensable to health, effiicney, and probity. These acts )f rescue first 1 Benevolence first! Philanthropy first! In this dark ind bitter hour, philanthropy can hus. as never before, become religion's handmaid."—Dr. Abraham Cronbach. Hebrew Union College. STRENGTH "To assume that a free people must employ obsolete or inferior methods of war is to imply that it is inherent in the nature of a democracy that it is unable to survive in the struggle for existence. "The only answer to defeatism, moral as well as physical, is that democracies should of their own free will and from the abundance of their love for democracy itself resolve to be strong." Principles formulated by American Defense. Harvard Group. ON THE OF 11 GREAT (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) and Italy. Mr. Jabotinsky did much translating, including the works of Dante and Poe. He .ranslated the "Divine Comedy" into Russian while taking a lawdegree in Rome. Five years after his first Zionist poem appeared in a St. Petersburg monthly. Jabotinsky became politically active in the movement. He was a delegate 10 the Sixth Zionist Congress at Basle in 1903. and his influence rose steadily. But the aspect of his career which brought him international atten'ion and led j ultimately to his differences with '.he other leaders was his organizing and leading of the Jewish I. igion, which fought on the British side in the Near East during the World War. He earned ,m honorary lieutenancy. Returning to England in 1920 after his release from jail, he became an executive of the World Zionist Organization, but in 192! iresigned because of differences with Dr. Chaim Weizmann, whose policy was to the founder of the Jewish legion one of surrender. Thus the Revision is; movement grew up around him. insisting on more than a Jewish cultural center or unofficial homeland in Palestine. It had only four delegates at the 1925 world meeting, the figure rising to fifty-eight in 1931. That year the organization had one of its mi • turbulent sessions, the Revisionists bolting on July 13. Jabotinsky. facing a breach in his own /ranks, took a voluntary six months' leave of absence from the leadership. He had visited America in 1926. arriving with no fanfare. totally ignored by the Zionist Organization of America and by all but a handful of sympathizers. His next visit, in 1935. saw the Revisionists better organized her.and able to muster almost 4.000 persons for his first pub.ic address. With the outbreak of another war and the concentration of interest on the refugee problem, his followers in this country increased. The World Revisionist movement became known as the New Zionist Organization, and it was aided here in its refugee work by a new ijroup called the American Friends of a Jewish Palestine. The leadership of the Z. O. A. remained strictly aloof, but the Jabotinsky cause, espoused by a well-known liberal rabbi. Dr. Louis I. Newman, took a firmer grip here. It remained, at the same time, a distinct minority. Jabotinsky was a small man with a firm chin and a lock of %  ray hair prone to cut down across his brow. His English was excellent, and he was equally fluent in Russian. French. German, Italian. Hebrew and other 'ongucs—nine in all. His ora'ory was neither as superbly posed nor as resonant as that of Dr. Stephen S. Wise, nor as direct and keyed to understatement as that of Dr. Weizmann— but it had an uneven brilliance all its own. Jabotinsky clenched his small fist, often in the course of a speech, without shaking it. That was a key to the intensity of feeling which characterized him. Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (By PHINEAS J. EIRON) Jerusalem (Palcor Agency) Dov Hos, deputy mayor of Tel Aviv, has returned to tnis country following a tour to South Africa and London. NAZTI UTTERANCES The Nazi Weckruf, as you should know, is now being published under the masthead of "The Free American" ... It should make interesting reading for those trying to track down Fifth Column activities Reading this sheet, one gains the impression that the current Presidential campaign is one of Roosevelt against Hitler One story berates the Roosevelt family for sponsoring the anti-Nazi film "Pastor Hall," which is based on the Niemoeller case Another item implies that the members of President Roosevelt's family have made milliois by exploiting their White House connections The main culj prit, according to the Nazi organ, is Mrs. Roosevelt, who is credited with having earned over SI,500,000 through her various I activities Not a word is mentioned about the fact that sne j gives all her net earnings to charity "The Free American" also publishes an "honor list" of Democrats who have bolted I the New Deal The Bund triumphantly announces that the Ku Klux Klan of New Jersey has issued a statement in which j it says that it is "proud to find that it had been grossly misin' formed by the controlled press as to the loyalty and devolion to America and its principles of the leaders of the German-Amerij can Bund" ... It seems that the Bund is letting its Camp Andover be used without charge for Klan picnics and meetings Then there's the Deutsche Wochenschau of Berlin, which has published a "scoop" revealing that president Roosevelt's vigorous stand for increased defense measures for the United S'.ales ; can be explained by his relationship, through the marriage of his son, with the du Pont family The whole defense program, says this paper, is just a trick to fill the coffers of the du Ponts and the Roosevelts JABOTINSKIANA Vladimir Jabotinsky died a poor man He was never interested in money, and was happy when he made enough to support his wife and son ... No other Zionist leader lived as modestly and frugally as the head of the New Zionist Organization While in New York he stayed in a furnished room the monihly rental of which just about equaled the daily expenditures of other visiting Zionist luminaries He died just three days before he was supposed to sign a contract with the Alliance Book Corpoation for a new book, a revised edition of "The Jewish War Front" The Dial Press was vey much interested in signing him up to write his autobiography, the outline of which he had completed One chapter of it was to have dealt with a most dramatic episode ... It was to have described a tete-a-tete between Jabotinsky and Malcolm MacDonald, during which Jabotinsky pleaded for the life of Ben Joseph, the Revisionist who had been condemned to death for having shot at a bus ... In this conversation between the founder of the Jewish Legion and the British Colonial Secretary the difference between the British and Jewish attitudes to Palestine would have been brought out more clearly and dramatically than in anything ever written on the subject While Jabotinsky's sudden death came as a shock to his friends and adversaries alike, Jabotinsky himself knew that he was a sick man ... He refused to slow up any of his activities, however THIS AND THAT William Zukerman. chief of the European office of the Jewish Morning Journal, who is now visiting this country, tells us that England is afraid that Hitler will give up his plan of invading the British Isles The Britons know they can give Adolf a licking on their home ground M. Louis-Dreyfus, the big French Jewish financier who has managed to escape to this country, has long been Mussolini's pet hate ... It was LouisDreyfus who even before the war refused to sell wheat to Italy Today he is a poor man The only one of his investments that he was able to save consists of his breweries in Palestine ... Dr. Nahum Goldmann has already succeeded "in obtaining assistance for political refugees horn Europe who are in danger of Nazi vengeance YOU SHOULD KNOW The Boston Advocate's Carl Alpert and the B'nai B'rith Bernard Postal have accepted the posts of associate editors of the Americana department of the Universal Jewish Enclycopedia Philadelphia's bibliophile Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach is the head of the department ... At the same time we may tell you that the publication date of Volume II of the Encyclopedia is not far off From Baltimore comes news that the Ner Israel Rabbinical College has just purchased a large tract of land upon which a dormitory housing 150 students is to be built Baltimoreans call this seminary then "Little League of Nations," as its student body includes young men not only from the United States and Canada but from Palestine. Poland, Austria, Czechoslovakia and Germany as well LITERARY DEPARTMENT Don't miss Edward L. Bernay's published address on "Fighting the Fifth Column in the Americas," which he delivered before the Institute of Public Affairs You can get a copy by writing to the Institute at the University of Virginia, at Charlottesville ... A must for your reading-list is Little Blue Book No. 1761, published by E. Haldemann-Julius It's called America's Little HitleTs." and is authored by Roy Tozier, research director for the Friends of Democracy Incidentally. 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FWDAY, AUGUST 16. 1940 fJewisli fhridfciri PAGE FIVE .> iiixici. FAlTrlS DEMONSTRATE AMERICAN SOLIDARITY William Harman Black, noted American jurist, who reprcs-nted the Protestant faith; Judge Vincent S. Lippe of New York, who spoke for the Catholic Church, and the Honorable Max Ogust. U. S. Grand Master of the Free Sons of Israel, who addressed himself as a representative of the Jews on the American Solidarity Program of the Free Sons of Israel which was carried from coast to coast on a national radio hookup last week. AM speakers stressed the need for strong national defenses against the sinister activities of Fifth Co'vimnists in the United States and made a plea for greater cooperation among the various faiths of the country "as a bulwark of democracy." STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE A) the Rev. L. M. Birkhead. national director of the Friends of Democracy, is doing a swell job in his ruthless exposure of Nazi and Fascist organizations in this country Louis Lipsky is pieparing a book for publication • • • It will not deal with ;i Zionist subject We hear, by the way, that Mr. Lipsky has resigned frc.m the editorship of the New Palestine Pierre van Paasen is preparing a play of a political nature for early production The Jtwish Digest, a monthly on the style of the Readers Digest but specializing in articles on Jewish subjects (in English, of course) is definitely going to appear in September ... It will also contain certain original articles by some of the best-known Jewish writers ABOUT PEOPLE Hats off to Dr. Paul Klapper. President of Queens College, who recently refused a $3,000 sa'ary raise on the grounds that lus college needs the money for other purposes Fall weddings will include that of Avrom Goldstein, son of Dr. and Mrs Israel Goldstein of New York's Conpr Ration B'nai Jeshurun T.iat the charming Mrs. GoldStein and the youthful president Ol the Jewish National Fund and chairman of the Palestine Pavilion Board should have a son of marriageable age may come as a great shock to our readers, but such is the fact—and very proud the Goldsteins are of it, too We were right about Franz Weriul His American attorney, LEO EISENSTEIN has just made announcement of his association with the real estate firm of W. I. Feuer and is now a registered real estate alcsman licensed by the State of "lorida. He is active in many ommunal undertakings and has been in the construction business building numerous hotels and apartments in Miami Beach for the past five years. He is at present owner of the Chesterfield and Astor Hotels. He will be glad to serve his many friends in this capacity and may be found at e85 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Louis Nizer, has received a cable revealing that Werful is safe and sound in the southern part of France, the area unoccupied by Nazis Regine Kolitz, executive director of the American committee active in the support of the Doresh Zion School in Jerusalem, was overjoyed recently when she received a contribution to the school's free lunch fund from the First Lady of the Land. JEWS HARD HITBY RUMANIAN EDICTS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Jews in the other two divisions are barred from all civil service posts, may not act as public notaries or practice law or serve on business boards. The law states that Jews in categories two and three may not be shopkeepers, in country places, sell drinks, publish Rumanian books, periodicals or newspapers, or maintain any connection with Rumanian national propaganda. ll is stipulated also that Jews may not be directors, members of or players in national sports Clubs. Ah sports clubs in which baptized at least one year before the creation of the National Party. The law s -par.ues the Jewish population inoi three categories: (1) Jews wh i beca'ne citizens in the old Rumanian kingdom, soldiers who fought for Rumania, t-r those who gained citizensiup as the result of special services rendered to the Country, t2) Jews who came to Rumania before December 30. 1918; (Ji Jews who entered Rumania after December 30, 1918. Jews in the first category. numbering about 6.0O0, retain all their present rights except that >l possessing rural property, j Jews in this category, however. comprise but a any minority of j .he half million Jews remaining .n Rumania. Christians were not in the majority were ordered dissolved. Jews may not enlist in the armed forces of the country since he law, fashioned after a similar Nazi ruling, declares that military service is "'a duty of honor." Jews will have to pay a special tax or work out their service in labor for the community. Jews in all three categories are forbidden to own rural prop crty. Rural estates now n ned by Jews may be expropriated by the Ministry of Agriculture or sold to Rumanians if the Ministry does not exercise its preemption rights. Jewish children are barred from membership in the Rumanian Youth Organization, which may mean that they will be barred from public schools, since a present regulation requiies all school children to belong to.the youth organization. In the future Jews may not acquire or establish Industrial } concerns in villages or adopt Rumanian names. The law empowers the Government to dismiss all Jewish public officials I within three months. Jews in the prohibited occupations 01 professions must resign within six months. Pension rights of Jewish public officials will be restricted. "THE LAMP OF LIBERTY" Pageant tracing the struggle for democracy in the United States from the tima cf the earliest settlers settlers to the present day, sprnsoied by JWB. presented at the Temple of Religion. New York World's Fair. Jewish workers will not enjoj the same rights accorded Rumanian workers under the Labor '. Act. The law does not define clearly which professions, with the exception of law, are barred to Jews. The decree states that Jews may not practice professions "having liaison with the oublic authority." Jews in the third category are subject to the same restrictions applying to those in the second category, but. it is expected, that added economic curbs will be placed on Jews in the last category. A few hours after the new anti-Jewish laws were announced Rumanian police arrested 22 journalists, including 17 Jews, in what was described as the beginning of a major round-up of "alarmi s't s." The journalists, many of them arrested in raids on coffee houses, were sent to INSURED SAVINGS the Caracal concentration camp, "0 miles from Bucharest. Many of the Jewish newspapTmen, it was understood, had been employed by local newspapers until recently when Jewish newspapers were suppressed '>y the Government Some of these journalists, it was alleged, illegally continued their activities. IN MEMORY OF ZELIG FISHMAN Who Passed away August 15. 1930. Ab 21st. 5690 In Loving Remembrance HIS CHILDREN Kootmotor GASOLE X E and OILS Aci.ie Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. SLENDERIZE THE BIGHT WAY SC-ENTIFIC p-DUCING OUH SPECIALTY Each Ptrion lUcetoat In4!-'idu7t AtUr.Uon Call For Appoin'.mjal Kit MI HEALTH INSTITUTE Pr. r. r. LVI'n, D'rtitV Ir2w*si3 |, t Pfcystens 7:i*!M" *'V-;,I Civd. Ph. 7-T3'l MORTGAGE LOANS nrnntsD SAYIRCS %  OtTtAff LOAIS DRDE FEDERAL snvincs nno Loan nssociRTion OF mmmi 1 45 K. E. First avenue at the corner of First street I i LONG TERM! LOW C 0 %  T Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. UPTON, President L



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PAGE SIX vjewisti ncrldian FRIDAY, AUGUST 16. 1940 B'nai B'rith Not c s By HAROLD TURK The regular B'nai B'rith meetin four new members (and this is ing which was held at the Y. M. Ian accomplishment since Jack H. A. Tuesday night ended later | finds time to practice law, serve than usual for very obvious reaas President of B'nai B'rith, be sons which follow. Our guest speaker, Robert active in numerous other organizations, carry on his social activand also to solicit new Taylor, County Solicitor of Dade !'"" Brother Dr Al ass munsvea \ &&*£*&&& tion of his office and the pro?edup this meeting with another new member. As I suggested on previous occasions, I believe it is most imure followed in matters which come before him. If for no other reason, his address was profitable to us all in that it will I portant to see to it that these doubtlessly help us understand new members attend the first the problems of the County Soi few meetings after they have licitor's office, and we should j been admitted. Therefore, each thereby be able to cooperate betj and every one of you who have ter with it when the occasion brought in new members should arises. i appoint yourselves a committee It was most interesting to hear I on ?follow them up_and see Bob Taylor tell of some of his that they attend our meetings, experiences with diffeient DeoII ls also very lm P ortant that pU^andT beTieve 8XS wls'SSe • !" mbe n r JffifWJK! *£?£ which is particularly worthwhile!"* bv ^'"1 h :' S !" 2L*3E mentioning ... It seems that two < for ,lf / ou £ re n a [J ea "' J3* women called at his office one'" 01 contact Brother Marx Feinday and demanded that he com' £"•.* th Olympia Building or pel their husbands to remain at I Brother Walter Kovner in the home at night, to refrain from j Ingraham Building and pay your drinking, and to turn over their j aues weekly checks to them, to which I • Mr. Taylor replied. "My dear I Our athletic committee, of women, that is outside of my which Brother Max Goldstein is province. Neither I in my inchairman, is continuing to be dividual capacity nor in my cavery active ... I understand pacity as County Solicitor could there will be another Golf Touraccomplish that and. in my opinnament held very shortly and ion. God Almighty is the only the Bowling Tournament, of one who could do it." Broth' which Brother Marly Milstein is er Sidney L. Segall who has alin charge, is really going places, ways been very active in our Marty certainly delivered a Lodge, and who is his law partswell pen talk at the meeting and ner, introduced Mr. Taylor. 'got results Between 25 and • • • 30 members volunteered to come It won't be long before Brothdown to the next bowling night er Leo Eisenstein will be able to Thursday. 8 p. m., at the Miami stop counting members in his Recreational AUeys. ..Those of sleep. (Those of you who read vou wno did not attend the last weeks column will undermeeting or who attended and did stand.) ... The latest tally shows not volunteer at that time and that we now have 971 members wan' to bowl should come down with only 29 more to go to reach : t hls Thursday evening, the 1.000 mark ... In this re-I • • • gard, we should recognize Broth! The most important business er Leo Chaikin who brought in before the meeting was the nine new members at this meetforthcoming State B'nai B'rith ing Our own Brother PresiConvention which is to be held dent Jack Abbott who broutht at the Hollywood Beach Hotel over Labor Day week-end, September 1 and 2. An unusual and outstanding program has been arranged. Some of the highlights are as follows: The Delegates and Alternates will meet for the regular business sessions on Sunday and Monday, and there will be luncheon served on Sunday and on Monday a buffet luncheon, hot dogs in late afternoon, and banquet and dance at night. The Ladies Auxiliary is planning a number of events including a Mali Jongg tournament, sightseeing tour, boatride. round table discussion, and many other interesting activities The cost to delegates, alternates and their wives will be $3.00 per person which will include all of the | meals and activities. For those members who have not been appointed as delegates or alternates, they are invited and urged to attend, and the total cost to them will be $4.00 per I person ... All the facilities of 1 the Hollywood Beach Hotel including swimming, golf, shuffleboard, etc.. are available to those who attend. If you care to spend the night at the Hollywood Beach Hotel, you can register Sunday morn' ing. stay all day Sunday, Sunday night and all day Monday till 6 P. M. at the total cost of $2.00 for single room and $3.50 for I double. Almost everything imaginable I has been arranged for this af' fair and if anything has been for' gotten, it will be included, and i as Brother Ike Levin suggested. there might be a Herring contest 1 thrown in ... to which Brother Dave Emmer replied. "All this : and Herring too!" In spite of the size of the Hollywood Beach Hotel and its almost unlimited facilities, I urge each and every one of you 'who expect to attend our convention to contact Brother Bur'nett Roth, in the Seybold Building, or any officer of B'nai B'rith or me, and buy your tickets immediately ... If you look back upon past B'nai B'rith affairs, you will find that my suggestions in this regard are well founded. Brother Al Pallol is chairman of the entire convention. Al Berkeley, finance: Burnett Roth, registration; A. Louis MoohloIwitz, program; State Past Presidents. Frank Coret and Hy Roth. reception; Fred Shochet. publicity; Leo Chaikin, refreshm nts; Abe Aronovitz, initiation; and J. Aron Abbott and Mrs, Isaac An Opportunity To Serve Your Country B'NAI B'RITH URGES ALL AMERICANS OF GREATER MIAMI Between The Ages Of 18 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 %  : %  '<" "I* I 1 "".' ... %  •• %  ..• v. ,: Levin, hospitality. .Brother Abbott and Sister Levin have guaranteed us that they will form a Battalion of Death and a Legion of Life. For further information, please consult them. • • • It was a pleasure to see at the meeting some of our members who are real B'nai B'rith Veterans and to realize that they are ihe sturdy props upon whicn our Lodge lias been builc 1 reter specifically to such men as nrulhcrs Ike Levin. Elry Stone, Sol Goldstrom, Rudy Adler, Dr. Frank Corel, Joe Mechlow, and many others ... To see Brother S. newman who attends our meetings and affairs so regularly 'lo see so many of tne new members turn up including Brothers Sol Horowitz, John Kronenfeld, Herbert Knoble, George Adler. Sam W. Snapiro, and many others ... To hear that [Brother Benjamin LeVine is recovering and feeling much better ... To see so many of the A. Z. A. boys at our meeting Brother Leonard was unanimously elected Guardian, inling the vacancy caused by the resignation of Brother Max Oroviiz. Brother Leonard has worked hard and has already been assigned another task immediately upon his return He will arrange and conduct a quiz program to be held during the convention ... To hear tnat a number of our boys have already joined the McAllister Volunteers and are enthusiastic about it ... To learn that B'nai B'rith is recommending that the Lodges set up legal aid committees to advise our members and our people concerning registration of aliens under the new Federal Alien Registration Laws ... To iiear Brother Ike Levin speak from time to time at the meetings He makes one feel as if a pleasant breeze entered the room, which is no doubt due to the fact that he is so ton rant, human, and earthy To see Brother Morris Bicrman, who resigned as president of Palm Beach Lodge since he moved to Miami Brother Bierman is now a member of our Lodge and West Palm Beach Lodge's loss should be our tain ... To see several other visitors from the West Palm Beach Lodge at our meeting. All of which should be sufficient evidence that the meeting was interesting, and good reason why it ended at midnight and remember, our regular Septcmber meeting will be conducted oy the A. Z. A. boys. • • • AUXILIARY NOTES At the well attended regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary Tuesday evening at the Y clubrooms presided over by Mrs .saac Levin, president, the aim and object of the auxiliary was stressed. Quoting from a letter from the National B'nai B'rith president. Mr. Henry Monsky, which contained recommendations for the Lodge's' Auxiliaries, Mrs. Levin stated "The Auxiliary shall officially undertake the sponsorship as a primary and major project, the B'nai B'rith Hillel foundations and its extension program." It is understood that tins undertaking will noi prevent the continued support by the Auxiliary of other activities along the same line, as has heretofore been the practice. The Miami Auxiliary last year agree d to sponsor a part scholarship for a refugee and this project wi.l be fulfilled. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, chairman of the Auxiliary commuuc for the State Convention oi B'nai B'rith, presented plans for tile convention. Tickets for the C n vention activities may be obtained from Mrs. Rotfort or her committee. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose Will be in charge of registration" An excellent program consisting of varied activities will take place, details of which will be announced in later issues. Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, first vice president of the Fifth District B'nai B'rith Auxiliaries, reported on the Fifth District Convention held in Roanoke. Mrs. Beulah Godwin, secretary of the Auxiliary, returned to the city and resumed her duties. JR. HADASSAH RAISED $97,000 FOR PALESTINE New York—Junior Hadassah, the Young Women's Zionist Organization of America, raised $97,000 for Palestinian projects for the year ending July 1. according to report to be presented ;to the seventeenth annual coni vention of the organization, opening in the Palmer House. Chicago. 111., Wednesday ev August 21st. The convention, which is %  xpected to be the largest yet i I by Junior Hadassah. will c tinue until Sunday, August £5, One thousand delegates are pected from forty-two states, a cording to Miss Ernestine Kit • iur, of New York, com chairman. INFORMATION WANTED Information is wanted of H nry Kramer who disappeared his home in New York in for no apparent reason, ana sin then has failed to make any pr vision for his wife and : small daughter, so that his family is in great need. Mr. Kn who is believed to be in Florida, is 39 years of age. 6 feet tali. I has blonde hair, blue eyes, did excavating work. Anyone aw ire of his location is request) communicate with the Na Desertion Bureau. 67 West 47: I Street. New York City. \ I PHONE 28816 Walterson Body Works J. V. Walterson. Prop. BODY AND FENDER | STRAIGHTENING | j Wheel Aligning — Blacksmithlng | Duco and Enamel Painting | | 1135 North Miami Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA I WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP 172 N. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-2162 MIAMI, FLORIDA We Call for and Deliver EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary Proprietors Super Full Circle "Jetreading and Vulcanizing Used Tires-Bargains Road Service 400-15 Fiat Tiros The Only Place in Town Who Makes Them 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-0*78 WOLPEKT'S FURNITURE BARGAINS! Vf Refute To Be Undersold 155 \V. FLAGLER ST. I'll ONE 3-4132 ^minmi^T''V.



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% % %  FRIDAY. AUGUST 16. 1940 vJewisli FkridHcir PAGE SEVEN 9 if THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ "Maurice Grossman Night" All roads will lead to the Y. M. H. A. Monday night. August 19th. at which time the Y. M. H. A. and all its affiliates will do honor to Maurice Grossman, executive director, for the splendid work he has done in bringing citv-wide recognition to the Y M. H. A. Day and night Mr. Grossman could be found at his office at the V doing any number of tasks, to promote the welfare of the organization. We of the Y can well appreciate what his presence has meant to our progress. But how about you folks who have failed to join with us in our youth movement? I*m sure you will greatly apS reciate the part the Y. M. H. A. as played in this community | to a swell fellow. We'll be exi pecting you Monday. August 19, I 8:30 p. m., at "Maurice Grossman I Night."' Y. M. H. A. Sports Festiral Sunday Afternoon The Orange Royal Golf Course located at 26th and West I Flagler will be the scene of a gala Y. M. H. A. Sports Festival I this Sunday, August 18th, between the hours of 1 to 6 P. M. Your admission of 25c will entitle each adult or child to enjoy two games of miniature golf with over 25 prizes being offered for each one making a hole in one and for the five best scores made by the men, women and youngsters. Following the golf tourna: ment, dancing will be enjoyed with a Jitterbug Contest as the finale. To our way of thinking MAURICE GROSSMAN by Sylvia Abrams Words were used to write classics Of nature's wonders to see Words were used in the form of verse To describe a wondrous tree. They were used to define the meaning of Sunsets, music and birds— A perfect form of expression Through the medium of words. But now words seem inadequate For all they must convey. Regarding the person who is responsible for The succcess of the Y. M. H. A. A man with faith and vision Whose aspirations reached the skies. Worked and planned incessantly Until each dream has materialized. A home camp for youngsters. Athletic facilities. Cultural groups and social groups; A Jewish Community. In just a span of two short years For everything he has done— In simple words—our heartfelt thanks To Mr. Maurice Grossman. y when you attend Monday to witness a general review of the activities of the Y and its affiliated divisions. Our president, Dr. Sam Beckman, will preside as chairman and our past president E. Albert Pallot will take charge as master of ceremonies. A fine program of culture and entertainment has been arranged plus dancing and refreshments to touch off the evening's program. A perfect night to bring the entire family and help us do honor | a grand time is in store for all of you. Remember the date is jthis Sunday, August 18th, 1 to 6 p. m. at the Orange Royal Golf Course, 26th and West Flagler street. Bring the kinder—proceeds to the Y. M. H. A. Jr. Y. Barn Dance All you guys and gals are requested to keep the night of Wednesday, August 28. reserved for the Jr. Y. Barn Dance. There'll be lots of fun, old fashioned square dances and reels, as well as the latest dance steps. Dress in the sackiest clothes you have, (it shouldn't be hard, should it?) Prizes for the corniest costumes will be awarded. A good orchestra has been secured plus fine entertainment and fun galore. Tickets are only 50c for the boyess and 25c for tiie girrls. News Around Town Zomps Zelesnick, our hard hitting star from the Civic League Y team and Stanley Weinkle of the Y Beach League are leading their respective leagues in hitting at this writing. Nice going, boys. Supermen Blackout Blackies Showing no mercy the Al Berkowitz Supermen trounced the cellar inhabitant, the Blackies, of Harry Schwartz, three straight to increase their lead by six games in the Y Duckpin League. The Demons defeated the Bombers two out of three games and the Silverstreaks did likewise to the Rangers. Sam Tendrich regained his leadership in toppled pins when he bowled a 332 high set for the night. Only five weeks remain before the conclusion of the tournament and the awarding of prizes. Marty Milstein, manager of the B'nai B'rith duckpin team, has challenged the Y. M. H. A. to a three game match. Watch this column for the date. The Team Standings Team Won Lost Supermen 22 8 Demons .16 14 Bombers 16 14 Silverstreaks 14 16 .{angers 1 4 16 Blackies 8 22 Individual Standings G S 30 2123 CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the benefit of all organization* in Greater Miami, depends for ita success upon the continued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates for next wttk'i issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning. To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian, 21 8. 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. Player Sam Tendrich Sam Seitlin 11 Al Berkowitz .. 30 rt. Levinson 27 Al Reisman 13 I.ouis Spector 21 Abe Berkowitz 30 Abe Winer 27 Harry Schwartz 30 H. Waitsman 17 Abe Silver 28 Murray Streit 30 Sol Levin 30 Joe Berman 18 Julie Spector 16 H. Berkowitz... 24 Leo Lipowsky 8 Sam Beckman ... 15 Leroy Feldman 30 W. Mackauf 30 Irving Querido 16 Murray Apte 30 G. Goldsmith 29 F. Silverman ... 30 Jack Apte 24 Nat Blumberg 23 15 6 5 1 30 30 23 W. Liberoff Marvin Rubin Frank Rose Izzy Mayers ,Pete Garvett ,D. Rosenthal Harry Kamins Jules Wilson 29 25 15 12 Lou Safan i M. Freidman I Al Dubler Geo. Wolpert 1 'Geo. Davis 17 Marvin Apte 18 | Mike Adler 2 i Mickey Lubel 3 I B. Schweitzer 20 A. Freilich 6 O. Argintar 3 1132 3027 2710 1283 2044 2917 2624 2803 1635 2661 2841 2805 1676 1502 2221 743 1393 2759 2752 1461 2670 2572 2664 2093 2012 1316 527 436 87 2596 2593 1981 2470 2106 1266 1012 84 1420 1473 164 237 1574 445 159 Av. 104 102 100 100 99 97 97 97 96 96 95 94 93 93 93 92 92 92 91 91 91 89 88 88 87 87 87 87 87 87 86 86 86 85 84 84 84 84 83 82 82 79 77 74 53 liKTH JACOU HKI1REW SCHOOL Open every week in the year ami Sunday Sessions begin Sunday morning;, October 20, 1940, witling Sunday morning, May 25th, 1941. EVERY MONDAY MORNING—Tern|de Israel Sisterhood Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross, nt Kaplan Hall. EVERY MONDAY EVENING—Y. W. 11. A. bowling games. SECOND AND ForrtTH TUESDAYS <>f ea.-h month, regular meeting oi Sholem Lodge It'nal Lt'iith. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING —Y. W. II. A. Athletics at V Clubioom.s. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council of Jewish Women AUGUST 18—Y Miniature Golf Tournament from 1 to 6 p. m. at the Orange Royal Golf Course. 18—Rabbinical Association Radio Hour at 3 p. m. over WIOD, with Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation conducting. 18—Workmen's Circle Boat Ride aboard Yacht Osceola at 6:30 p. m. !8—Jr. Hadassah Administration Dance, Hotel Cromwell. 19—Maurice Grossman Reception tendered in his honor by Y. M. H. A. and its affiliates at Y clubrooms. 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Boat Ride. 7 21—Miami Section Natl. Council Jewish Women Bridge and Mah Jongg Party Southern Dairies Hostess Room. 1:30 Miami Seetion Legislation and Study Groups at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler. EVERY WEDNESDAY — Senior Hadassah Sewing Group from to 4 P. M. at Temple Israel Vestry Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON— y. VV. H. A. Sewing Classes benefit Red ('loss at V Clubiooms. EVERY THURSDAY EVENING— B'nal U'rith bowling games at Miami Recreation Center 7:3U p. m. EVERY BATURDAY AFTERNOON I'll.Spinoza Forum at o o'clock, on tinlawn or Dr. Abraham Wolfson's home. 1051 Collins Ave., Miami Beuch. p. m. 24—Beth David Sisterhood Barn Dance and Fair. 28—Junior Y Barn Dance at Y Clubrooms, 8:30 p. m. 29—Beth David Sisterhood Chanukah Dinner. SEPTEMBER 2—Workman's Circle Natinal 21st Annual Conference, at Victor Hotel. 8—Reception tendered by the Y. M. H. A. to Mr. and Mrs Isaac Joffe, newly elected director of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. 15—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. 22—Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Synagogue Dedication. 25—Nat'l. Coun. Jewish Women Miami Section opening Fall meeting. Board Meeting 10 N O ONE likes to lie awake; yet every night thousands toss and tumble, count sheep, worry and fret, because they can't get to sleep. Next day many feel dull, logy, headachey and irritable. Has this ever happened to you? When it does, why don't you do as many other people do when Nerves threaten to spoil their rest, work, enjoyment, and good temper — try Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets are a combination of mild sedatives proven useful for generations as an aid in quieting jumpy, over-strained nerves. fill dlrtrtiono la pMka. Your druggist will be glad to sell you Dr. Miles) Effervescent Nervine Tablets in convenient small or economical large packages. Why not get a pa rk agrt and be prepared when over-taxed nerves threaten to interfere with your work or spoil your pleasure. Large Package 75* Small Package 35* DR. MILES NERVINE ^j TABLETS Y. W. H. A. NOTES Regular Meeting The regular meeting of the Y. W. will be held Wednesday. I August 21st at the Y clubrooms and will feature as the guest speaker Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, prominent local attornty. whose subject will be "A Cen' tury of Women's Progress." GenI eral discussion by the audience will be held followed by community singing led by Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein, assisted by Mrs. Essie Schaeffer. After the meeting a social hour will take place and refreshments wil be served. Bowling The Y. W. bowling games will be postponed Monday due to the reception honoring Mr. Grossman but will be resumed every Monday thereafter. ^ For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHEA Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. 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. 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Succoth Party. 20—Pioneer Womens Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami. Dinner. 27—Beth Jacob Religious School Induction Exercises. 28—Sr. Hadassah Installation Brunch in Cromwell Hotel Gardens. 30—Nat'l. Council Jewish Women Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. NOVEMBER 1—And every Friday thereafter through the month of April, Nat'l. Council of Jewish Women Miami Section, general meeting. 10—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Cafeteria Supper. 24—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami, Literary evening. 26—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Membership Tea. 27—Nat'l. Council Jewish Women Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. 27—Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner Dance at Hollywood Beach HoteL 28—Junior Hadassah Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Trot. DECEMBER 4—Nat'l. Council Jewish Women General Meeting 2 p. m. 26—M. B. Habanoth Chanukah Entertainment. 28—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jeyish Orthodox Congregation. 28—Beth Jacob Religious School Chanukah Affair. 29—M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh party. 29—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami. Chanukah Latkeh and Card Party. THERE'S A COMFORTABLE IK EACH OF THESE 36 CITIES Hot*U lo


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> %  I" PAGE EIGHT +Je*ist) Fkridiain FRIDAY. AUGUST 16. 1340 By Sherman Kaplan With the approach of the new fall semester. Delta chapter of Phi Beta Delta at the University of Florida pauses to take a last glimpse of its doing for the past year. Upon looking back at Delta for 1939-1940. we find that she as all of Phi Beta Delia has gone forward. Our number one boast as it has been for the past six years, is scholarship. This year. in addition to setting a new high for fraternity scholarship averages the first semester, Delta again topped all fraternities scholastically. Having retired the first scholarship cup, Delta now adds another to the mantel, making it six years in succession that she has ltd the parade to the post. On the campus. Phi Beta Delta reached a new peak when Don Weiss was elected in a campuswide election to the post of managing editor of the school newspaper. Following close behind, Brother Alfie. ,Kohn of Miami was appointed as editor of the Florida Review, campus humor magazine, appearing quarterly. In addition Alfie holds the position of sports editor of the campus paper, publicity director of Florida's extensive intramural program, and is a senior manager of intramurals. Not to be outdone is past High Priest Stuart Simon of Miami, who, besides being president of the debate club, is holder of the National oratorical speech championship, andFlorida's representative in Who's Who in American Colleges. Member of the Florida Blue Key Society,' Stuart has just graduated as a Phi Beta Kappa magna cum laude. Recently initiated Brother Irving Cypen, after having made Phi Kappa Phi honor society, was graduated from the School of Business Administration with highest honors and was awarded a fellowship in Economics. Irv recently represented Florida in a field of forensics on the midwestern trip. To return to the chapter itself. we find resting on the mantelpiece two new permanent additions, the handball doubles and ping-pong singles cups. Phi Beta Delta went to the finals in diamondball and touch football, and Brother Si Hirshberg made the all-campus basketball squad. Thus ends another banner year. With the culmination of the summer's rushing. Phi Beta Delta optimistically looks forward to the completion of a successful 1940 under the guidance of her new officers, Bernard Fuchs, president; Sherman Kaplan, vice president; Jerrold Kemp, scribe; Arnold Rosen, treasurer; Jack Suberman, marshal, and Arthur Courshon, clerk. Among the outstanding affairs 'of the summer will be the Junior Hadassah Administration Dance to be held August 18th at the Hotel Cromwell Shore Club. Mrs. Pauline Querido, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Hilda Breskin, Miss Hannah Mack and Miss Mollie Breskin have arranged a lovely entertaining evening. A well known orchestra i will furnish music for dancing iand an interesting known dance team will furnish the entertainment. Dancing will be held in the outdoor patio from 8 until 12 p. m. Tickets arc $1.10 per couple : and can be obtained from any member or at the door. Off to attend Junior Hadasjsah's national convention in Chijcago August 21st through the 125th will be Miss Betty Lasky. ; president, Miss Ruthye Bernstein, vice president, and Miss Gertrude Shaff. recording secretary of the Miami Unit. National headquarters will be at the i Palmer House. From the opening session Wednesday evening to the closing formal dance Sunday night a program that will be stimulating, educational and inspiring has been planned. The keynote for the convention will be education. The theme for the Sabbath dinner will be the celebration of the 80th birthday anniversary of Henrietta Szold and since the name Henrietta Szold and Youth Aliyah have becom synonymous Youth Aliyah will also be featured. Other features of the convention will be the president's lunch, a membership and senior-junior session and the formal dance. Delegates from a' Units of Junior Hadassah throughout the country will attend. IE\i.io;i WAII Vd'&tAfl LEADERS PLAN FOR Td *s*\,n.u fcNGAMPrtbM'i' l itOttioJI The 4Sth Annual Encampment of the Jewish War Veterans will bei h!dI in Boston August: 28—September 1 Loaders planning for the event are. lef: to right: Harold Seidenberg of Camoridge. Mass. Past National Commander, who is serving as Pr9sident of the Boston Convention Corporator!: Louis Rosenberg of Lawrence, Mass.. and David L. Nair of Nw Britsin. Conn.. Convention Co-Chairman, JR. council nous Z. O. A. ASKS AID IN SHEKEL DRIVE You Rave Tried the Rest Now Try the Best MEALS IN TOWN HOWELL'S RESTAURANT 1013 N. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA "Prices that Are RiRht" Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN PLOHlOA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beet Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ava. Chicago Miami Section. Wauonal Council of Jewish Women, is happy to announce the appointment of its new executive director. Miss Bess B. Spanner. Miss Spanner comes to us after many years service in the Social Welfare field, having served with the National American Red Cross as overseas nurse in the first World's War. and as director for many years in the Clara dcHirsch Home of New York City. Miss Spanner has a vast know'edge of social welfare work, and rom her experience Miami Secion and the community at large %  hmild benefit by her association A lth US. Miami Section at this time as n the past offers its service to jnyone desiring same in the mat.er of any immigration informa.ion. and particularly at this '"ime in naturalization. Anyone Jesiring such service is welcome o come to our office at 506 Congress Building, any day from Monday through Friday from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.. where our trained naturalization workers are ready to give any information desired. Americanization classes for those men and women who have filed their second papers will start on Monday evening, August 25th at Council office from 8 to 9 o'clock under the direction of Mr. John Kronenfeld. These classes are for the purpose of accquainting the people with the questions and answers that may be asked them by the Federal Examiner when called for examination before the last session of the Court which will probably be the second Monday in November. 1940. A solemn call to Zionists and Jews in America to participate in the Shekel Campaign, which is being conducted this year during the months of August and September, was issued today by Edmund I. Kaufmann, president of the Zionist Organization of America. Mr. Kaufmann states: "I consider it a privilege to call upon the presidents of the Zionist Regions and Districts and the entire membership of theZionist Organization of America to undertake immediately the Shek1 Registration for th>' year 1940 "'Zionists know the tradition of he Shekel, its meaning and influence on Zionist life. Out of he treasure chest of Jewish lifi the forgotten Shekel has been rerieved and year after year is igain being fashioned as the ymbcJ of Jewish unity and ichievement The Shekel afords every Jew the opportunity o identify himself with the ausc of Zion and the rebuilding •f the Homeland in Palestine." rxaiph Nauf*ld, 51 years old, of 4370 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, died Wednesday evening from injuries received in an automobile accident. Coming ti Miami eight years ago front Chicago, where he was born, be was engaged here in the real estate business. He was a member of B'nai B'rith, Temple Israel, i Mason, and served in the Woild War of 1917. He is survived I y the widow, Mrs. Blanche Neufcld. two daughters. Barbara and Muriel, his mother. Mrs. Rebecca Neufeld, two brothers. Morris and Custave and one sister, Mrs. Sam Harris, all of Chicago. S r ; vices were held at 4 p. m. in thechapel of the Niceley Funeral Home, conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Templa Israel. Interment followed in thv Temple Israel plot in Oiaceland Memorial Park. • • • Announcement has been made of the appointment of Nat Kupp* r to_ the position of Zoning Inspector and assistant secretary of the City Planning Board. • • • Zelda Syman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Syman of 12i4 S_ W. 13th Court, celebrated h. r birthday with a luncheon August 9th at her home. Be Charming—Be Bright Drink MUX Feel Right Ask Iw Grocer lot •t f~% HUM* Urn I jraiiamfi IWRE.CV 4ER.SEY M I IK >A>*R* • i


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOLuMrJ 13No. 33
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1940
PRICE 10 CEiiTS
NAZI PEACE MEANS
JEW-LESS PEACE
London (WNS)A Nazi vic-
tory in the war will mean a
"Jew-less" peace, according to
Das Schwarze Korps, official or-
gan of Hitler's Elite Guard, which
said that after the war an area
remote from Europe will be set
apart for Jewish colorization.
While Germany itjelf intensi-
fied its air attacks on Great Brit-
ain, the Nazi paper charged I hat
Jews had :ooperatod with Eng-
land in an attempt to "convert
all Europe into a chaotic, blood-
soaked battlefield." The Hitler
mouthpiece emuhayized thai once
the war is won. the Jews will be
made to pay a heavy price.
The German-Italian victory.
Das Schwarze Kotos said, "will
secure space far away from Eu-
ropean laboi and culture where
the scum of hunuiniiy may tiy
to lead a life ot it:; own toil cr
die a death it earned."
The paper warned that Jews
vi rywhere in Eurooe would be
driven from their "hideouts," de-
spite the prese.it or scrvance of
camouflaged restraint.** Nor-
way, Denmark, Holland, Belgi-
um and both occupied and iiiuc
cupied Fraace were cited as ex-
amples.
"Jews in these countries have
MIAMI JEWRY AIDS
HOME GUAM) UNITS
THE PASSING
A CHEAT MAN
Brief Glimpses Into the Life Oi
VLADIMIR JABOTINSKY
(The untimely deuth of Vlai Imli
Jabol nisk> :ii 59, which w> ileejtiy
-Iim, ie opijoreu i
tiis iiulleleH UN well as his adherents,
| marked the Dajtnl.il <>i one 01 the
moet dynuinte an*1 brilliant lentiern I i
the annali "f Zionism. Thia briar,
Intimate sketch of the life and char-
acter of Mr. Jabotinsky is brought to
mm l,\ The Jewleh Ftorldlaii through
- .\.il arranaeinenta between the
x< >, York Times and Beven Art*
Feature Syndicate.THE EDITOR.)
Rallying to support the move-
ment Of joining the Home Guard
Units, started as a project of the
B'nai B'rith Americanization
Committee, more than forty
members of the various Jewish
organizations have affiliated
themselves with the McAllister
Home Guard. The Young Men's
Hebrew Association has led the
groups by enrolling close to thir-
ty members.
The Home Guard Units have
no direct affiliation with gov-
ernment defense groups and en-
tail no obligations as far as mil-
itary enlistment is concerned, j Vladimir jabotinsky. author.
Preparatory drilling and militaiy;k,cturer and wor,d ,eader was
training is taught in addition to L^ mogl controversia, figure in
many technical courses which are Zionism. Loved by hi,
offered to members of the Home ^ respected
Guard. More than 3a0 have i ,. J"* ..__,__
.... for his sincerity by those op-
joiiied and are being outfitted as L 5
,. ... __., posed to his political beliefs, hi
iast as finances will permit.
Among those present at the
weekly meeting of the Unit
were Dr. Sam Beckman, Sidney
Goldstein, Harry Kahn, Harry
Schcr. Herman Waitsman. Harry
Schwartz. Fred K. Shochet. Noi-
iian Weiss, Lou Safan, Leon
Lieberthan, George Rachhn
George Davis, Murray Kellman.
S. Horowitz, Samuel Hollender
Jack Tietler and Manny Tietler.
i The Home Guard meets ev. i>
1 Monday and Wednesday eve-
nings. All those interested ir.
I -oining are requested to meet a:
he Y grounds between 7 and
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Vv'ILL BE HONORED
Monday evening, August 19lii
at 8:30 o'clock,.the Young Men's
Hebrew Association and its af-
filiates will honor their executive
director. Mr. Maurice Grossman,
upon his completion of two year.
of service to the organization.
I at a reception entitled "Maurice
.Grossman Night, at the Y Club-
; rooms. An evening of gala ac-
tivities has been planned. Thi
program with E. Albert Pallot.
jas chairman of the evening, will
j include brief addresses by rep-
resentatives of leading organiza-
tions of the city, several publi.
officials. Dr. Samuel Beckmar,
JEWS HARD HfTBY
MIAN EDICT.
p
London (WNS)A new series
of anti-Jewish laws, consider ed ii.
evitable since Rumania entert d
| the Axis powers' orbit, was an-
nounced by the Rumanian Cabin-
let, headed by the vio'ent'y nr.ti-
, Jewish, pro-Nazi Premier Ion Gi-
gurtu. The decrees are aimed at
eaves together for the meeting
All men are urged to attend.
readily disappeared from public 7:15 p. m. where the group
life and withdrawn from civil
offices and editorial rooms." the
Nazi periodical said.
The violently anti-Semitic edi-
torial concluded by charging that
present anti-Jewish laws in vari-
ous European countries were too
weak and that solution on a Con-
tinental scale was necessary.
PREDICT SHAKEUP
OF NAZI OFFICIALS
BAN SHOPKEEPERS
a NAZI PRANCE
London (WNS)Many Jewish
shopkeepers in Nazi occupied
France are liquidating their en-
terprises as a result of a Nazi*
1 roclaim-d boycott against Jew-
ish shops it was learned hi re.
Some Jewish owners were able
t" sell their shops but others;
1 ss fortunate have been com-
piled to give tin m up.
The French people in occupied
France dare not enter Jewish
shops since the boycott is super-
I ed by uniformed Nazi troop-
ers and because of the articles
in the daily pr.-'ss warning the ""!,'sts-
I 'pulation not to buy in Jewish
stores.
Nazi raids on Jewish homes
continue, Trainloads of silver
and other valuable objects, tak-
< n from Jewish homes and insti-
ll." ions, have been shipped back
to Germany.
Washington (WNS)A shake-
I ip of Nazi diplomatic and consu-
I ar officials in the Western Hem
i sphere was predicted by neutra
I ibservers here as a result of thi
, ;tron rtand taken at the Havini
..-lerican conference against
I itth column activities.
It is believed in some quarters
[hen that Nazi officials are per-
I'urtied over the firm attitude of
he Am ri-nn r publics in daal-
ng with fifth column activities
is mourned the world over by
Jews of every shade of thought.
Jabotinsky had headed the
Jewish Legion in Palestine dur-
ing the World War. Since his
arrival in this country from Lon-
don on March 13. he had be. n
working on a plan to raise a
similar army to fight agains.
Italy and Germany, and also baa
been conducting a drive for mast
emigration of Jews to Palestin-
from Eastern and Central Eu-
rope.
Mr. Jabotinsky stirred intens
loyalty among his followers and
deep bitterness among his op-
ponents in the Zionist movement
His leadership was more pro
nounced in Easti in Europe and
in Palestinefrom which he was
oanmdthan in the United
States, but on his last visit her
'ast March more than 5,000 per-
sons overcrowded a hall to heai
him. They constituted the larg-
est group ever gathered in New
York under so-called Revisionist
auspices.
Jabotinsky had the multiple
appeal of a poet, soldier, orator.
ind personal fire and magnet-
ism. His sincerity could hard!>
.o questioned, even by those
ad rs of other Zionist parties
to whom he was anathema. A',
times he and his followers wcr
and Miss Irene Cohen, president
of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A., re-
spectively, musical selections bj
the Jewish War Veteran's Drum
& Bugle Corps, drills by the Boy
Scout Troop, and presentation,
by members of the Home Cam.
and other Y groups. In addition
an elaborate schedule of enter
tainment has been prepared
Dancing will be enjoyed and re-
freshments served. The publi
is urged to attend.
'azi hirh r-tips are upset a...
v the manner in whi !, supposed denounced as traitors to Jewry
-rrtt ajrents havp been discov-
- d and publicized.
Many Nazi diplomatic offii; >'-
i-Hl be racall'd aid rephred by
saser known Nazis, according
hese quarters. Among the firJl
> prt. i was afrerd. will be Dv
rerhard A'ois Westri-k. com
n Trial coun mbassy. whose ooerations in
"lew York aroused a storm of
NAZIS FXPEL JEWS?
MANY LEAVE DAILY
Lisbon (WNS) Th? Jewish
oopu'ation of Cracow in Nazi-oc-
upied Poland, approximately
14 days
as J. wish Fascists, as troubl-
I re id' rs. as foes of labor, even
as gunmen. But imoued as he
was with the ideal of a sell-de-
fending J.wish state in Pal.s.inc
and with a nature pn ferring
fortrightness to compromise, it
was natural that he should bi
constantly in the cente.- of con-
troversy.
Jabotinsky himself was once
sentenced to fifteen years m pris-
on for organizing an ant'-Ara1
d'frnse force, but served on'y
hr mi nths. After his exile by
the Dri'ish his son, Eri. continued
active, and. with the develop-
ment of the extra-quota imnii
graiion project, openly back< d
bv his father's organiz;:*ion.
NAZI ARRESTED BY
ARGENTINE POLICI
Buenos Aires (WNS)Amu'
Fuhrmann, Nazi agent who ac
mittedly planned a mi'itary r
volt in Uruguay, has I e n it .-
i d I y Argentine police and is be
Report Nazis Ask Rumanians
To Delay Curb on Jews
New York (WNS)Fear that
immediate introduction of the
sweeping anti-Jewish code in
Rumania would lead to eco-
nomic chaos throughout the
country has prompted Nazi
Germany to ask the Rumanian
Government to postpone tem-
porarily application of the an-
ti-Semitic laws, according io
an Associated Press dispatch
from Bucharest.
The dispatch said that the
alleged Nazi intervention v. as
based on the belief that Jew S
occupy so vital a position in
Rumania's economic life that
their sudden exclusion would
impair production and slow
the flow of needed supplies to
Germany.
the virtual elimination oi Jews
from all prases oi Rumanian life.
The anti-Semitic cod-j lists ail
those who belong to the Mosaic
faith or whose parents were un-
baptized Jews as Je.v,sh. Others
subject to the decree are persons
who have Christian mothers and
unbaptized Jewish fathers; illegit-
imate children of Jewish mothers;
Jews baptized after the law got S
into effect, and Jewish WORM n
married to Christian men and not.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
IN BRITISH ARMY
London (WNS-Palcor Agency)
'"ir Mi"i-''r Sir *.sv*hony Ed-n
announced in the House of Com-
ing held for deportation, it was mons. in response to a series of
announced here. Fuhrmann was
arrested at Concordia, across the
Uruguay River from Salto,
wh re he was leader of a Nazi
cell.
Documents disclosed by a Uru-
guayan Congressional committee
las. June showed that Fuhrmann
was the instigator of anti-Semiti
agitation throughout South
America and was the designated
i,. ad of plans for armed r. vo.
wherever thought to be desk-
able in South America.
questions by Colonel Josiah C.
Wedgwot>d. Laborite, that ar-
rangements are being made f T
! the formation of a number "I"
Palestinian companies out of
scattered units now in the Brit-
ish army. The announce mont was
the first of its kind yet issued y
the British government giving
separate identity to Palestinian
troops.
Sir Anthony pointed out, ir re-
plying to the Laborite member's
question as to whether the man
power of Palestine is being or-
ganized into a combatant for e,
VOLUNTEER DAILY tnat Palestinians are eligible 'o
--------- enlist in various combatant unit ;.
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen- In view of the present serious
MANY PALESTINIAN
15.000, has been given ,-. .....w fur,hr(.d jt to th extent of be- Cy)The government announced situation in Syria, Colonel WctlC-
A Nazi radio report from Paris''_ \'ave *t^^'J!LS!LiKiw "" iaiIrd himself. that the rate of volunteer enlist- wood further pressed the point.
Vladimir Jabotinsky was born ments in the air corps and the "could not more extensive use be
in Odessa. Rusria, in 1S80 and army has risen to 100 each day.
became something of a literary showing sharp improvement dur-
and linguistic prodi"y He w>nt | ing the past week. It was re-
o high school in his home city, ported that more than 2.000 Pal-
siid that the final peace terms.
Which will be signed at th<* end
"' the war. will include a provis-
ion permitting Nazi authorities
ti confiscate the wealth of Jews
in occupied France as part of
the reparations payments to Ger-
many.
d (itp. Nine thousand Jews
i r dy have departed and thou-
iarkh of others are leaving Cra-
ow daily.
Jews who leav* by Aunwt '5.
made of these people?"
Sir Anthony, in reply, said
that he would not like to connect
his decision and the decision of
it was Icarnod. will be permi e studied in Switzerland pfltinians nave enlisted since July the government with any spexi-
to take all their possessions with u _____ j 2nd fi(. event
'them, (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) I


PAGE TWO
>J FRIDAY, AUGUST 16. 1940

The wadding of Miss Frances
Irene Rosnick. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice J. Rosnick of
600 15th Street. Miami Beach, to
Mr. Bennett R. Applebaum. son
of Mrs. Philip Applebaum. will
take place Sunday, August 25th
at 7:30 p. m. in the lounge of the
Hollywood Beach Hotel. Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman will offi-
The Junior Dinsion of the Y. M.
' H. A. will hold a gala barn dance
Wednesday evening. August 28th
at 8:30 o'clock at the Y clubrooms
at 1567 S. W. 5th Street. Novel
entertainment will be presented
featuring old fashioned square
dances. Virginia reel and others.
Prizes will be awarded for the
best costumes, and refreshments
served. In charge of arrange-
ments are Margaret Horowitz,
general chairman: Bernice Mil-
ler, ticket chairman, and Naomi
Grossman, publicity chairman.
Tickets are seventy-five cents
per couple and may be obtained
from the ticket chairman, any
member or at the door. The pub-
lic is invited.

Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A.
Kellner and children will return
\ to the city Friday from a month's
ciate. The bride will be at- vacation in the north visiting in
tended by her sister as matron Ncw York and Maine,
of honor, and the cousin and j #
niece respectively of the groom. Mr. Joa Fishman and daughter
Zelda Joyce Silberstcin. and Zel- | Sandra of New York are visit-
la Warshaw. as flower girls. Irv- lng in Miami Beach as the guests
MRS. GLORGE COHEN
Sunday. August 18th the Work-
men's Circle will hold a boatride
aboard the Yacht Osceola, at
6:30 P. M. The public is invited.
Monday, September 2nd a boat-
ride on the Seven Seas will he
held for guests and delegates
who are arriving for the 21st
Workmen's Circle conference
which will take place the week
of Labor Day. The conference
will be held at the Victor Hotel,
Miami Beach, Florida, with del-
ing R. Applebaum will act as his
brother's best man. A buffet sup-
per and reception will follow the
ceremony on the sea deck of the
of his sister and brother-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch.

An unusually large audience
hotel. Miss Rosnick. formerly of t was present at the meeting of the
York. Pennsylvania, attended 'Book of the Month Club spon-
school there and the Pennsyl- J sored by the Young Women's He-
vania State College. Mr. Apple- | brew Association Wednesday
haum attended the University of evening at the home of Mrs. Sam
Florida and the University of Tannenbaum. to hear Mrs.
Miami and is a member of the j Charles Feldman review "How
Phi Beta Delta Fraternity. He is!Green Was My Valley." Discus-
associated with the Standard sion on the book was held, fol-
Wholesale Grocery as vice presi- lowed by a social hour,
dent. Following a honeymoon'
trip through the north the cou-
ple will reside at 1721 S. W. 11th
Terrace.

Mrs. J. Shonfeld left Wednesday
Mrs. Meyer Wigdor. president of
the Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iary, will leave Saturday for
the national convention of the
Jewish War Veterans to be held
in Boston. She will be met in
for Passaic. New Jersey, where New York Scptember 1st by her
she will visit for six weeks with husband. Dr. Meyer Wigdor. of
her daughter. Mrs. Jenny Kant- Miami Boach who wlI1 aiu,nd
. Mr. Shonfeld will join her sevcral graduate clinics in tha'.
city, and they will then attend
the American Legion Conven-
tion in Boston. On their return
to Miami Beach October 1st they
will move into their ncw resi-
dence.
Mr. and Mrs. Ely Levin will
entertain at an open house re-
ception in honor of their daugh-
ter. Rose, whose marriage to
George Cohen was a recent
event, at their home. 212 N. W.
24th Ave.. Sunday evening. Aug-
ust 18th from 8 to 10 o'clock. All
friends are cordially invited.

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will hold their first annual
boat ride party Tuesday. August
20th. leaving Pier 8. Municipal
Docks aboard Yacht Seven Seas,
which sails in Biscayne Bay 8:30
p. m. Novel entertainment will
be presented, music for dancing
will be furnished by an orches-
tra and refreshments will be
available. Tickets may be ob-
tained from members or at the
dock that evening. In charge of
arrangements are Mrs. J. L. Ja-
cobs, chairman: Mrs. George
Chertkof. and Mrs. Victor Mell.
The wedding of Miss Lee Rabin-
ovich. daughter of Mr. D. Rabin-
ovitch, to Phillip A. Feldman.
son of Mrs. R. Feldman of New- cgates from an the branches in
ark. N. J.. will take place Sun-
day. August 18th at 2 p. m. at
the home of Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner, who .will officiate, in
the presence of the immediate
family. Miss Rabinovich is a
graduate from the Tampa High
School and is active in local so-
cial circles. Mr. Feldman is a
graduate of New York Univer-
sity and is engaged in the pho-
tography business. Following a
honeymoon trip the couple will
be at home at 620 S. W. 15th Ave.

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin accom-
panied by their son Sherman re-
| turned from their vacation spent
in New York and vicinity, to
their home at 849 Lenox Ave..
Miami Beach. Mr. Tobin has
greatly improved from his re-
cent illness and will be happy to
see his friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohen enter-
tained at a dinner in honor of
Mr. Fishman Wednesday eve-
ning at their home. Other guests
present wire Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Hirsch and son
Fishman. Sandy
Catherine Klass
Rosenthal.
the latter part of August.

The engagement of Miss Esther
Sable, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Sable, to Irving Gordon,
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon,
is being announced by her par-
ents.
Mrs. Beulah Godwin accompan-
ied by her mother. Mrs. Frieda
Godwin, returned to the city
Mr. Mitchell Wolfson, Miami from Chicago. 111., where they
Beach city councilman, will leave vacationed for several weeks and
Friday for a six weeks' vacation are stopping at the Edsinger Ho-
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Mr. Robert Richter is convalesc-
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Mrs. M. Silberstein left for Hen-
dersonville. N. C. where she
will visit with her sister. Mrs.
Sadye Pepper for a few week*

Mesdames Emil Gould. Milton
Nussbaum and Bob Lears will be
hostesses at a man jongg and
bridge party sponsored by the
Miami Section National Council
of Jewish Women. Wednesday.
August 21st at 1:30 p. m. at the
Southern Dairies Hostess Room.
Prizes will be awarded and re-
freshments served.

Mr. and Mrs. James Leonard re-
this district. Arbeiter Ring
teachers will be present. The
Youth Clubs of this district will
also hold their conference at this
time. Delegates elected from
Miami are Mr. Hymie Loebson
and Mr. Louis Marcus.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Spievack and
daughter. Mrs. F. M. Berky. will
return to their home in Miami
Beach following a vacation in
Philadelphia and Atlantic City.

The Anna Miller Circle hi
card party Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Sydney Weintraub.
hostess. Assistant hostesses were
Mrs. Hattie Klinordlinger. Mrs.
Rose Ehrlich and Miss Carolyn
Hunviker. Card games were
played and refreshments served.
Selig. Sandra
Cohen. Miss
and Mr. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Reisman of
West Palm Beach announce the
birth of a baby boy August 12.
Both mother and baby are doing
nicely.

Miss Anne Stern of Columbia. S.
C is visiting in Miami with her
sister and brother-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Friedman. She
will be accompanied on her re-
turn August 16th by her sister.
Mrs. Friedman, who will visit
with her parents in Columbia,
and later will be joined by Mr.
Friedman who will attend the A.
Z. A. convention at Asheville.
N. C.

Miss Sylvia Berkowitx of Birm-
ingham. Ala., is visiting in Miami
as the guest of her cousins, the
P. Berkowitz family.

The engagement of Miss Irene
Slann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
David I. Slann of Atlanta, form-
erly of Miami, to Sydney Rich.
son of Mr. and Mis Meyer Rich
j of Atlanta, is being announced
by her parents. Miss Slann is a
graduate of Miami High School
,and attended the Universitv of
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a months combined business and !raduattd frm Druid Hills H,gh
pleasure trip in New York.
School and attended the Univer-
, stiy of Georgia where he received
Mr. and Mrs. B. Chertkof are vis- his B S degree. He is a member
iting in Baltimore. Md.. where of. Alpna EPsi'n Pi fraternity.
Mr. Chertkof is recuperating Miss Slann ,s a s'st from a recent operation. They jciarcr>ce Feuer of Miami. The
will return to the city the latter wedding will take place in Octo-
' part of August.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid of
1345 S. W 17th Terrace have as
their house guests their daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald H. Ghertner of Nashville.
Tenn.. who will visit here for
several weeks. Mrs. Ghertner is
ber, after which the couple will
reside in Atlanta.

Word has been received here that !
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Shier, ac- !
companied by their children and
Mr. Shier's mother, met with an
automobile accident in Hazel-
hurst. Georgia. Mr Shier's
the former Miss Janice M. Magid motlu>r was killed and he and his
of Miami family are in a Georgia hospital

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rayris are Miss Harriet Tobin. daughter of
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CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
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MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
! CONGREGATION
Palm Beach
Notes
Mrs. Ray Cohtn of Brighton
Beach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Logonaw, left for her home
after visiting here for ten days.
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BETH JACOB
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
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135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX bMAKIHO. H,l!)l)l
4?8 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 22176
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
p. m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00
a. m.
Bar-Mitzvah Group Sunday at
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of month.
1545 S. W. Third Street
| ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
Rabbi's Residence:
1919 South West 13th Court
Phone 3-5192
Schedule of Services
Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5
p. m.
Friday evening services: 5
p. m.
Shabbes: 9:00 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
:45
:30
in
Religious Institution
We wish to advise the parents
of our students attending our
Talmud Torah that classes will
be resumed Tuesday morning.
Sept 3rd. A program of activity
plus the curriculum will be an-
nounced in a future issue.
B'nai B'rith Library
We take this occasion to con-
gratulate Sholem Lodge of B'nai
B'rith for the remarkable display
i : nthusiasm when the Lodge
voted unanimously to contribute
SI00.00 for additional books for
the B'nai B'rith shelf at Miami
University Library. This He-
brew part of the library was in-
itiated three years ago by B'nai
B'rith and every year thus far a
contribution of $100.00 has been
made to augment the many fine
books that are in the library at
present. The president and fac-
ulty of the University have com-
mended highly the splendid ac-
tion of the local B'nai B'rith.
In the Synagogue
The coming Sabbath being
Shabbos Nachus, the Sabbath of
Consolation, Rabbi Abraham
Kellner will preach on the com-
forting message of the Prophet
and speak on "Smiling Through
Tears." The regular classes in
Vlishna and Shulchan Aruch will
be resumed by Rabbi Kellner
commencing with Sunday. Aug-
ust 18th.
Jewish Radio Hour
The regular weekly Jewish
Radio Hour will be conducted
by Rabbi Kelln;T this Sunday.
August 18th at 3 p. m. over Sta-
tion WIOD. Rabbi Kellner will
speak on "Saints and Prophets."
Avel Rabbim
We register with grief and la-
mentation the passing of the
revered chief Rabbi of Wilno,
Rabbi Chaim Ozer Gorodzmsky
prophetic zeal and inspir-
ation was a tower of strength
and beacon of light to the sorely
tried Jewish masses of East, rn
Europe. We join the bereaved
House of Israel to weep over the
fire that rages in our midst. May
the saints of Israel and their
merit intercede in the behalf of
our suffering people.
Regular Friday night services
are held at Beth Israel Tempi-
conducted by various members
during the absence of Dr. Carl
N. Herman.
Tisha B'Ab services were held
Monday night with Rabbi Man-
uel Greenstein conducting.
Yahrzeit services were held
for the late Carl Schrebnick
Tuesday night and Wednesday
with Joe Schrebnick conducting.
Dr. Barney Blicher left Sun-
day to join Mrs. Blicher in New
York, for a visit to the world's
fair and the New York mount-
ains. They will return here in
a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Feldman
returned from a month's com-
bined business and pleasure va-
cation.
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. MiQmi Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Raobl
(711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 51323
! MAURICE MAMCHES. Can'.or
Phone 5 2013
945 Euclid Avenue
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13; N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 27745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31t St.29548
Miami
The many friends and mem-
bers of Beth El congregation
were glad to welcome Mr. H.
Kapner back to the Shul after
an absence of several weeks due
to illness.
Miss Adeline Goldstein having
finished her course of studios in
Miami has returned to West Palm
Beach where she will spend the
remainder of the summer until
ichool re-opens.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss of
Northwood entertained a youn;;
group of girls in honor of the
fifth birthday of their younger
laughter, Doris. Games were
played and refreshments served.
Synagogue Services
Morning services: Daily at 8
a. m.; Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Afternoon services at 6:45 p'.
m.; Friday and Saturday at 6:30
p. m.
Evening services: Daily at 7:15
p. m.; Saturday at 7:45 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
preach on "The Portion of the
Week."
Religious School
Instruction in our daily school
is being conducted by Cantor
Mamches. Classes are held Mon-
day, Tuesday. Wednesday and
Thursday from 9 to 12 each
morning. Children may be reg-
istered any week-day morning.
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself, from
the congregation."Hillel.
Johnnie Feller
Phone 3-7G81
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
Auto Painting
Wrecks Rebuilt
Upholstery Woodwork
Auto Tops Our Specialty
74 N. E. 20TH STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Goodmark
land Miss Rose Goodmark left
[lor their summer vacation which
will be spent in tile mountains.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having articles of
clothing, furniture, etc, that
art- not beliis used or neii- i.
please eo perate with the La-
dies Auxiliary of th" Jewish
u .i.o < i lureaUi and send
artlc t" the RUM-
MAOE STORE maintained by
til. Ml
If You Cannot Bring These
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 167 N. W. 6th St.
Please Phone
Mrs. L. J. Hartr. 2-7135
Mrs. Morris Dubler. 53517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 54239
Jewish Welfare Office. 3.5377
Mrs. Meyer cchwirtr 't*
and they will be called for
"Only one thing seems quite
clear. We must immediately
Stand as best wo may for those
.things to which we owe oar
i highest allegiance. All of them
'are threatened by toe Nazi re-
gime. When Goebbels said Mia'
the Nazis exist to destroy 'the
principles of 1739." he spoke wit;
precise truth. Instead of Liberty
the Nazis offer slavery; instead
of equality, they off* r the rul
uf the Nordic I rutality; in
of fraternity and inti maiional-
ism, they offer an endless si:.
of future wars. To those idea
none of us in England can
surrender whatever may happei
on the battlefield. There corner
'into my mind today the biblical
story of the three nv n who were
old that they would be thrown
into a burning fiery furnace un
less tiny Lowed down to fa i
Gods. They replied: 'Our God
whom we serve is able to deliver
us from the burning, fiery fur-
nace. But if not. be it known
unto thee. O King, that we will
not serve thy Gods.' And wo will
not."Kingslcy Martin, in The
New Statesman and Nation.
Regular Friday evening ser-
vices will be held at the Temple
this Friday evening, August 16th
at 8:15 o'clock, and will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman. The sermon will be
based on this week's prophetic
section, "Comfort Ye, Comfort
Ye My People."
Members of the congregation
and friends are urged to attend
the services during the summer
months. Visitors from other
parts of the country attend the
services, and their example
should be followed by local r< -
idents. Last Friday evening s< r-
vice, guests included Rabbi and
Mrs. Louis Wolsey of Congrega-
tion Rodeph Sholom in Philadel-
phia; Rabbi and Mrs. Hairy W.
Ettelson of Temple Children Is-
rael, Memphis. Tinn.: Rab i
Stanley R. Brav of Congregatii :i
Anshed Chescd of Vicl
Miss., and Rabbi and Mrs. Eu-
gene Blachschleger of Congrega-
tion Beth Or of Montgonv
Ala.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peaci I
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this F;
evening, the memory of the fi -
lowing will be consi crated:
Recently Departed
Lottie Bertuch. mother of Mrs.
Marvin Bronr.er and Mr. M.
well D. Bertuch.
Yahrzeits
Alexander S. Mendelson, hus-
band of Mrs Alex Mendelson,
father of Mr. G. Louis Mendel-
son and Mrs. Mitchell Kuper-
berg; Rosa Goldstein, mother of
Mrs. Alex Mendelson; Herman
Utitz. father of Mrs. Dave Eii
i ::..:een.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1940
TRIBUTE
Marking the completion of two years of service to the or-
ganization, the Young Men's Hebrew Association and its af-
filiated divisions are paying tribute to Maurice Grossman, their
executive director, Monday evening with a "Maurice Gross-
man Night." A review of tha excellent accomplishments shows
remarkable achievements and brilliant progress of the organiza-
tion made possible by the untiring, unselfish and sincere ef-
lor'.s of Maurice Grossman whose energies expended fulfilled
a^.ivilies for this area never believed possible.
Citing the Home Camp as but one of his many achieve-
ments he has received acclaim from all who have witnessed
its operation including Civic workers, public officials, character
building and youth leaders of all faiths.
Within a short period of two years he has by his director-
ship attained for the Y. M. H. A. a respected place in the com-
munity such as it deserves, looked up to by everyone and ac-
claimed by all who have been brought within its scope.
Respected not as an executive director but as an individual
who truly has the interest of the community at heart, Maurice
Grossman has won the admiration of all. Fair, diplomatic,
genial, friendly, confidant, trustworthy, tireless, energetic, and
sincere are only a few of the descriptions applicable to him.
With his past performance as a criterion and with contin-
ued community cooperation, Maurice Grossman and the "Y"
together, have a brilliant and useful future before them and for
the community, will continue to create and build.
TABLE TALK
Notable Quotes of the Week
FAITH
"The rationalistic dogma thai
all can be explained in terms <,l
mathematics and that every prob-
lem can be solved by experiment
fails when it is confronted by the
ternal paradoxes of the reign
of cosmic law and human free-
will, of cosmic justice and the
triumph of injustice on earth.
The positivistic faith that man
has raised himself somehow by
his own bootstraps may content
the religious humanist, but it
does not satisfy a world of men
and women who. deprived of the
old faith in God. make them-
selves new gods in the image of
Hitler Prof William F. F. Al-
bright. Johns Hopkins University
HELP
"To those of us for whom re-
licion means a love which the
torrents of hatred can not
quench; to those of us for whom
religion implies compassion for
the wretched and reverence for
human personality; to those of us
for whom religion signifies fos-
tering within ourselves what we
deem the highest traits of char-
acter, there can be no two ways.
The Red Cross, the American
Friends Service Committee, the
United Jewish Appeal,, not to
mention various other organiza-
tions and any other aid we might
rendersuch, for instance as pro-
viding affidavits to bring more
of the afflicted people to the
shelter of Americathese should
stand not last on our elective
budget and not third and not sec-
ond but first. Certain of our ex-
penditures are not matters of
budgetary choice. We have no
:hoice as regards the basic needs
food, clothing, medical care,
shelter, solvency. But beyond
these budgetary compulsions,
lure is the area of budgetary se-
lection; and here is where we
L-an heed the call of religion. We
ran place the succor of the un-
fortunate ahead of pleasure,
ahead of luxury, ahead of frills
and adornments, ahead of accu-
mulation, ahead of everything
not indispensable to health, effi-
icney, and probity. These acts
)f rescue first 1 Benevolence first!
Philanthropy first! In this dark
ind bitter hour, philanthropy can
hus. as never before, become re-
ligion's handmaid."Dr. Abra-
ham Cronbach. Hebrew Union
College.
STRENGTH
"To assume that a free people
must employ obsolete or inferior
methods of war is to imply that
it is inherent in the nature of a
democracy that it is unable to
survive in the struggle for exist-
ence.
"The only answer to defeat-
ism, moral as well as physical,
is that democracies should of
their own free will and from the
abundance of their love for dem-
ocracy itself resolve to be strong."
Principles formulated by Amer-
ican Defense. Harvard Group.
ON THE
OF 11 GREAT
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
and Italy. Mr. Jabotinsky did
much translating, including the
works of Dante and Poe. He
.ranslated the "Divine Comedy"
into Russian while taking a law-
degree in Rome.
Five years after his first Zion-
ist poem appeared in a St. Pet-
ersburg monthly. Jabotinsky be-
came politically active in the
movement. He was a delegate
10 the Sixth Zionist Congress at
Basle in 1903. and his influence
rose steadily. But the aspect of
his career which brought him
international atten'ion and led
j ultimately to his differences with
'.he other leaders was his organ-
izing and leading of the Jewish
I. igion, which fought on the
British side in the Near East dur-
ing the World War. He earned
,m honorary lieutenancy.
Returning to England in 1920
after his release from jail, he be-
came an executive of the World
Zionist Organization, but in 192!
iresigned because of differences
with Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
whose policy was to the founder
of the Jewish legion one of sur-
render. Thus the Revision is;
movement grew up around him.
insisting on more than a Jewish
cultural center or unofficial
homeland in Palestine. It had
only four delegates at the 1925
world meeting, the figure rising
to fifty-eight in 1931. That year
the organization had one of its
mi turbulent sessions, the Re-
visionists bolting on July 13. Ja-
botinsky. facing a breach in his
own /ranks, took a voluntary six
months' leave of absence from
the leadership.
He had visited America in
1926. arriving with no fanfare.
totally ignored by the Zionist
Organization of America and by
all but a handful of sympathiz-
ers. His next visit, in 1935. saw
the Revisionists better organized
her.- and able to muster almost
4.000 persons for his first pub-
.ic address. With the outbreak
of another war and the concen-
tration of interest on the refu-
gee problem, his followers in this
country increased. The World
Revisionist movement became
known as the New Zionist Or-
ganization, and it was aided here
in its refugee work by a new
ijroup called the American
Friends of a Jewish Palestine.
The leadership of the Z. O. A. re-
mained strictly aloof, but the Ja-
botinsky cause, espoused by a
well-known liberal rabbi. Dr.
Louis I. Newman, took a firmer
grip here. It remained, at the
same time, a distinct minority.
Jabotinsky was a small man
with a firm chin and a lock of
ray hair prone to cut down
across his brow. His English was
excellent, and he was equally
fluent in Russian. French. Ger-
man, Italian. Hebrew and other
'ongucsnine in all. His ora-
'ory was neither as superbly
posed nor as resonant as that of
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, nor as di-
rect and keyed to understate-
ment as that of Dr. Weizmann
but it had an uneven brilliance
all its own. Jabotinsky clenched
his small fist, often in the course
of a speech, without shaking it.
That was a key to the intensity
of feeling which characterized
him.
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. EIRON)
Jerusalem (Palcor Agency)
Dov Hos, deputy mayor of Tel
Aviv, has returned to tnis coun-
try following a tour to South
Africa and London.
NAZTI UTTERANCES
The Nazi Weckruf, as you should know, is now being pub-
lished under the masthead of "The Free American" ... It
should make interesting reading for those trying to track down
Fifth Column activities Reading this sheet, one gains the
impression that the current Presidential campaign is one of
Roosevelt against Hitler One story berates the Roosevelt
family for sponsoring the anti-Nazi film "Pastor Hall," which is
based on the Niemoeller case Another item implies that the
members of President Roosevelt's family have made milliois
by exploiting their White House connections The main cul-
j prit, according to the Nazi organ, is Mrs. Roosevelt, who is cred-
ited with having earned over SI,500,000 through her various
I activities Not a word is mentioned about the fact that sne
j gives all her net earnings to charity "The Free American"
also publishes an "honor list" of Democrats who have bolted
I the New Deal The Bund triumphantly announces that the
Ku Klux Klan of New Jersey has issued a statement in which
j it says that it is "proud to find that it had been grossly misin-
' formed by the controlled press as to the loyalty and devolion to
! America and its principles of the leaders of the German-Ameri-
j can Bund" ... It seems that the Bund is letting its Camp And-
over be used without charge for Klan picnics and meetings
Then there's the Deutsche Wochenschau of Berlin, which has
published a "scoop" revealing that president Roosevelt's vigor-
ous stand for increased defense measures for the United S'.ales
; can be explained by his relationship, through the marriage of
his son, with the du Pont family The whole defense program,
says this paper, is just a trick to fill the coffers of the du Ponts
and the Roosevelts .
JABOTINSKIANA
Vladimir Jabotinsky died a poor man He was never
interested in money, and was happy when he made enough to
support his wife and son ... No other Zionist leader lived as
modestly and frugally as the head of the New Zionist Organiza-
tion While in New York he stayed in a furnished room the
monihly rental of which just about equaled the daily expendi-
tures of other visiting Zionist luminaries He died just three
days before he was supposed to sign a contract with the Alli-
ance Book Corpoation for a new book, a revised edition of "The
Jewish War Front" The Dial Press was vey much interested
in signing him up to write his autobiography, the outline of
which he had completed One chapter of it was to have dealt
with a most dramatic episode ... It was to have described a
tete-a-tete between Jabotinsky and Malcolm MacDonald, during
which Jabotinsky pleaded for the life of Ben Joseph, the Revis-
ionist who had been condemned to death for having shot at a
bus ... In this conversation between the founder of the Jewish
Legion and the British Colonial Secretary the difference be-
tween the British and Jewish attitudes to Palestine would have
been brought out more clearly and dramatically than in any-
thing ever written on the subject While Jabotinsky's sudden
death came as a shock to his friends and adversaries alike,
Jabotinsky himself knew that he was a sick man ... He refused
to slow up any of his activities, however .
THIS AND THAT
William Zukerman. chief of the European office of the Jew-
ish Morning Journal, who is now visiting this country, tells us
that England is afraid that Hitler will give up his plan of invad-
ing the British Isles The Britons know they can give Adolf
a licking on their home ground M. Louis-Dreyfus, the big
French Jewish financier who has managed to escape to this
country, has long been Mussolini's pet hate ... It was Louis-
Dreyfus who even before the war refused to sell wheat to Italy
. Today he is a poor man The only one of his investments
that he was able to save consists of his breweries in Palestine
... Dr. Nahum Goldmann has already succeeded "in obtaining
assistance for political refugees horn Europe who are in danger
of Nazi vengeance .
YOU SHOULD KNOW
The Boston Advocate's Carl Alpert and the B'nai B'rith
Bernard Postal have accepted the posts of associate editors of
the Americana department of the Universal Jewish Enclyco-
pedia Philadelphia's bibliophile Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach is
the head of the department ... At the same time we may tell
you that the publication date of Volume II of the Encyclopedia is
not far off From Baltimore comes news that the Ner Israel
Rabbinical College has just purchased a large tract of land
upon which a dormitory housing 150 students is to be built .
Baltimoreans call this seminary then "Little League of Nations,"
as its student body includes young men not only from the United
States and Canada but from Palestine. Poland, Austria, Czecho-
slovakia and Germany as well .
LITERARY DEPARTMENT
Don't miss Edward L. Bernay's published address on "Fight-
ing the Fifth Column in the Americas," which he delivered be-
fore the Institute of Public Affairs You can get a copy by
writing to the Institute at the University of Virginia, at Char-
lottesville ... A must for your reading-list is Little Blue Book
No. 1761, published by E. Haldemann-Julius It's called
America's Little HitleTs." and is authored by Roy Tozier, re-
search director for the Friends of Democracy Incidentally.
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FWDAY, AUGUST 16. 1940
fJewisli fhridfciri
PAGE FIVE
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iiixici. FAlTrlS DEMONSTRATE AMERICAN SOLIDARITY
William Harman Black, noted American jurist, who reprcs-nted the
Protestant faith; Judge Vincent S. Lippe of New York, who spoke
for the Catholic Church, and the Honorable Max Ogust. U. S. Grand
Master of the Free Sons of Israel, who addressed himself as a repre-
sentative of the Jews on the American Solidarity Program of the
Free Sons of Israel which was carried from coast to coast on a
national radio hookup last week. AM speakers stressed the need
for strong national defenses against the sinister activities of Fifth
Co'vimnists in the United States and made a plea for greater coop-
eration among the various faiths of the country "as a bulwark of
democracy."
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE A)
the Rev. L. M. Birkhead. nation-
al director of the Friends of De-
mocracy, is doing a swell job in
his ruthless exposure of Nazi and
Fascist organizations in this
country Louis Lipsky is pie-
paring a book for publication
It will not deal with ;i Zionist
subject We hear, by the way,
that Mr. Lipsky has resigned
frc.m the editorship of the New
Palestine Pierre van Paasen
is preparing a play of a political
nature for early production .
The Jtwish Digest, a monthly on
the style of the Readers Digest
but specializing in articles on
Jewish subjects (in English, of
course) is definitely going to ap-
pear in September ... It will al-
so contain certain original arti-
cles by some of the best-known
Jewish writers .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Hats off to Dr. Paul Klapper.
President of Queens College,
who recently refused a $3,000
sa'ary raise on the grounds that
lus college needs the money for
other purposes Fall weddings
will include that of Avrom Gold-
stein, son of Dr. and Mrs Israel
Goldstein of New York's Con-
pr Ration B'nai Jeshurun .
T.iat the charming Mrs. Gold-
Stein and the youthful president
Ol the Jewish National Fund and
chairman of the Palestine Pavil-
ion Board should have a son of
marriageable age may come as a
great shock to our readers, but
such is the factand very proud
the Goldsteins are of it, too .
We were right about Franz Wer-
iul His American attorney,
LEO EISENSTEIN
has just made announcement of
his association with the real es-
tate firm of W. I. Feuer and is
now a registered real estate
alcsman licensed by the State of
"lorida. He is active in many
ommunal undertakings and has
been in the construction business
building numerous hotels and
apartments in Miami Beach for
the past five years. He is at pres-
ent owner of the Chesterfield
and Astor Hotels. He will be
glad to serve his many friends in
this capacity and may be found
at e85 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach._________________
Louis Nizer, has received a cable
revealing that Werful is safe and
sound in the southern part of
France, the area unoccupied by
Nazis Regine Kolitz, execu-
tive director of the American
committee active in the support
of the Doresh Zion School in
Jerusalem, was overjoyed recent-
ly when she received a contribu-
tion to the school's free lunch
fund from the First Lady of the
Land. .
JEWS HARD HITBY
RUMANIAN EDICTS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Jews in the other two divis-
ions are barred from all civil
service posts, may not act as
public notaries or practice law
or serve on business boards. The
law states that Jews in cate-
gories two and three may not
be shopkeepers, in country
places, sell drinks, publish Ru-
manian books, periodicals or
newspapers, or maintain any
connection with Rumanian na-
tional propaganda.
ll is stipulated also that Jews
may not be directors, members
of or players in national sports
Clubs. Ah sports clubs in which
baptized at least one year before
the creation of the National Par-
ty.
The law s -par.ues the Jewish
population inoi three categories:
(1) Jews wh i beca'ne citizens in
the old Rumanian kingdom, sol-
diers who fought for Rumania, t-r
those who gained citizensiup as
the result of special services ren-
dered to the Country, t2) Jews
who came to Rumania before De-
cember 30. 1918; (Ji Jews who
entered Rumania after Decem-
ber 30, 1918.
Jews in the first category.
numbering about 6.0O0, retain all
their present rights except that
>l possessing rural property, j
Jews in this category, however.
comprise but a any minority of j
.he half million Jews remaining '
.n Rumania.
Christians were not in the ma-
jority were ordered dissolved.
Jews may not enlist in the
armed forces of the country since
he law, fashioned after a simi-
lar Nazi ruling, declares that
military service is "'a duty of
honor." Jews will have to pay
a special tax or work out their
service in labor for the commun-
ity.
Jews in all three categories
are forbidden to own rural prop
crty. Rural estates now n ned
by Jews may be expropriated by
the Ministry of Agriculture or
sold to Rumanians if the Minis-
try does not exercise its pre-
emption rights.
Jewish children are barred
from membership in the Ruman-
ian Youth Organization, which
may mean that they will be
barred from public schools, since
a present regulation requiies all
school children to belong to.the
youth organization.
In the future Jews may not
acquire or establish Industrial
} concerns in villages or adopt
Rumanian names. The law em-
powers the Government to dis-
miss all Jewish public officials
I within three months. Jews in
the prohibited occupations 01
professions must resign within
six months.
Pension rights of Jewish pub-
lic officials will be restricted.
"THE LAMP OF LIBERTY"
Pageant tracing the struggle for democracy in the United States
from the tima cf the earliest settlers settlers to the present day,
sprnsoied by JWB. presented at the Temple of Religion. New York
World's Fair.
Jewish workers will not enjoj
the same rights accorded Ru-
manian workers under the Labor '.
Act.
The law does not define clear-
ly which professions, with the
exception of law, are barred to
Jews. The decree states that
Jews may not practice profes-
sions "having liaison with the
oublic authority."
Jews in the third category are
subject to the same restrictions
applying to those in the second
category, but. it is expected, that
added economic curbs will be
placed on Jews in the last cate-
gory.
A few hours after the new
anti-Jewish laws were announced
Rumanian police arrested 22
journalists, including 17 Jews, in
what was described as the be-
ginning of a major round-up of
"alarmi s't s." The journalists,
many of them arrested in raids
on coffee houses, were sent to
INSURED SAVINGS
the Caracal concentration camp,
"0 miles from Bucharest.
Many of the Jewish newspap-
Tmen, it was understood, had
been employed by local news-
papers until recently when Jew-
ish newspapers were suppressed
'>y the Government Some of
these journalists, it was alleged,
illegally continued their activi-
ties.
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OF
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Who Passed away August 15.
1930. Ab 21st. 5690
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 16. 1940
B'nai B'rith
Not
c s
By HAROLD TURK
The regular B'nai B'rith meet- in four new members (and this is
ing which was held at the Y. M. Ian accomplishment since Jack
H. A. Tuesday night ended later | finds time to practice law, serve
than usual for very obvious rea- as President of B'nai B'rith, be
sons which follow.
Our guest speaker, Robert
active in numerous other organi-
zations, carry on his social activ-
and also to solicit new
Taylor, County Solicitor of Dade !'"" Brother Dr Al
ass-munsvea \ &&**&&&
tion of his office and the pro?ed-
up this meeting with another
new member.
As I suggested on previous oc-
casions, I believe it is most im-
ure followed in matters which
come before him. If for no oth-
er reason, his address was profit-
able to us all in that it will I portant to see to it that these
doubtlessly help us understand new members attend the first
the problems of the County So- i few meetings after they have
licitor's office, and we should j been admitted. Therefore, each
thereby be able to cooperate bet- j and every one of you who have
ter with it when the occasion brought in new members should
arises. i appoint yourselves a committee
It was most interesting to hear I on?- follow them up_and see
Bob Taylor tell of some of his that they attend our meetings,
experiences with diffeient Deo- II ls also very lmPortant that
pU^andT beTieve 8XS wls'SSe mbenr JffifWJK! *?
which is particularly worthwhile!"* bv, ^'"1 h:'S 2L*3E
mentioning ... It seems that two < for,- lf /ou re 'n a[Jea"' J3*
women called at his office one'"01 contact Brother Marx Fein-
day and demanded that he com- ".* th* Olympia Building or
pel their husbands to remain at I Brother Walter Kovner in the
home at night, to refrain from j Ingraham Building and pay your
drinking, and to turn over their j aues-
weekly checks to them, to which I
Mr. Taylor replied. "My dear I Our athletic committee, of
women, that is outside of my which Brother Max Goldstein is
province. Neither I in my in- chairman, is continuing to be
dividual capacity nor in my ca- very active ... I understand
pacity as County Solicitor could there will be another Golf Tour-
accomplish that and. in my opin- nament held very shortly and
ion. God Almighty is the only the Bowling Tournament, of
one who could do it." Broth- which Brother Marly Milstein is
er Sidney L. Segall who has al- in charge, is really going places,
ways been very active in our Marty certainly delivered a
Lodge, and who is his law part- swell pen talk at the meeting and
ner, introduced Mr. Taylor. 'got results Between 25 and
30 members volunteered to come
It won't be long before Broth- down to the next bowling night
er Leo Eisenstein will be able to Thursday. 8 p. m., at the Miami
stop counting members in his Recreational AUeys. ..Those of
sleep. (Those of you who read vou wno did not attend the
last weeks column will under- meeting or who attended and did
stand.) ... The latest tally shows not volunteer at that time and
that we now have 971 members wan' to bowl should come down
with only 29 more to go to reach :thls Thursday evening,
the 1.000 mark ... In this re-I
gard, we should recognize Broth- The most important business
er Leo Chaikin who brought in before the meeting was the
nine new members at this meet- forthcoming State B'nai B'rith
ing Our own Brother Presi- Convention which is to be held
dent Jack Abbott who broutht at the Hollywood Beach Hotel
over Labor Day week-end, Sep-
tember 1 and 2.
An unusual and outstanding
program has been arranged.
Some of the highlights are as fol-
lows: The Delegates and Alter-
nates will meet for the regular
business sessions on Sunday and
Monday, and there will be lunch-
eon served on Sunday and on
Monday a buffet luncheon, hot
dogs in late afternoon, and ban-
quet and dance at night. The
Ladies Auxiliary is planning a
number of events including a
Mali Jongg tournament, sight-
seeing tour, boatride. round table
discussion, and many other in-
teresting activities The cost
to delegates, alternates and their
wives will be $3.00 per person
which will include all of the
| meals and activities.
For those members who have
not been appointed as delegates
or alternates, they are invited
and urged to attend, and the to-
tal cost to them will be $4.00 per
I person ... All the facilities of
1 the Hollywood Beach Hotel in-
cluding swimming, golf, shuffle-
board, etc.. are available to those
who attend.
If you care to spend the night
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel,
you can register Sunday morn-
' ing. stay all day Sunday, Sunday
night and all day Monday till 6
P. M. at the total cost of $2.00
for single room and $3.50 for
I double.
Almost everything imaginable
I has been arranged for this af-
' fair and if anything has been for-
' gotten, it will be included, and
i as Brother Ike Levin suggested.
! there might be a Herring contest
1 thrown in ... to which Brother
Dave Emmer replied. "All this
: and Herring too!"
In spite of the size of the
Hollywood Beach Hotel and its
almost unlimited facilities, I
urge each and every one of you
'who expect to attend our con-
vention to contact Brother Bur-
'nett Roth, in the Seybold Build-
ing, or any officer of B'nai B'rith
or me, and buy your tickets im-
mediately ... If you look back
upon past B'nai B'rith affairs,
you will find that my suggestions
in this regard are well founded.
Brother Al Pallol is chairman
of the entire convention. Al
Berkeley, finance: Burnett Roth,
registration; A. Louis Moohlo-
Iwitz, program; State Past Presi-
dents. Frank Coret and Hy Roth.
reception; Fred Shochet. public-
ity; Leo Chaikin, refreshm nts;
Abe Aronovitz, initiation; and J.
Aron Abbott and Mrs, Isaac
An Opportunity To Serve
Your Country
B'NAI B'RITH
URGES ALL AMERICANS
OF GREATER MIAMI
Between The Ages Of 18 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
: '<"
"I* I1"".' ..... v...............,: .
Levin, hospitality. .Brother
Abbott and Sister Levin have
guaranteed us that they will
form a Battalion of Death and a
Legion of Life. For further in-
formation, please consult them.

It was a pleasure to see at the
meeting some of our members
who are real B'nai B'rith Veter-
ans and to realize that they are
ihe sturdy props upon whicn our
Lodge lias been builc 1 reter
specifically to such men as
nrulhcrs Ike Levin. Elry Stone,
Sol Goldstrom, Rudy Adler, Dr.
Frank Corel, Joe Mechlow, and
many others ... To see Brother
S. newman who attends our
meetings and affairs so regularly
. 'lo see so many of tne new
members turn up including
Brothers Sol Horowitz, John
Kronenfeld, Herbert Knoble,
George Adler. Sam W. Snapiro,
and many others ... To hear that
[Brother Benjamin LeVine is re-
covering and feeling much bet-
ter ... To see so many of the
A. Z. A. boys at our meeting .
Brother Leonard was unani-
mously elected Guardian, inling
! the vacancy caused by the resig-
nation of Brother Max Oroviiz.
Brother Leonard has worked
hard and has already been as-
signed another task immediately
upon his return He will ar-
range and conduct a quiz pro-
gram to be held during the con-
vention ... To hear tnat a num-
ber of our boys have already
joined the McAllister Volun-
teers and are enthusiastic about
it ... To learn that B'nai B'rith
is recommending that the Lodges
set up legal aid committees to
advise our members and our peo-
ple concerning registration of
aliens under the new Federal
Alien Registration Laws ... To
iiear Brother Ike Levin speak
from time to time at the meet-
ings He makes one feel as
if a pleasant breeze entered the
room, which is no doubt due to
the fact that he is so ton rant,
human, and earthy To see
Brother Morris Bicrman, who re-
signed as president of Palm
Beach Lodge since he moved to
Miami Brother Bierman is
now a member of our Lodge and
West Palm Beach Lodge's loss
should be our tain ... To see
several other visitors from the
West Palm Beach Lodge at our
meeting.
All of which should be suffi-
cient evidence that the meeting
was interesting, and good reason
why it ended at midnight .
and remember, our regular Sep-
tcmber meeting will be conduct-
ed oy the A. Z. A. boys.

AUXILIARY NOTES
At the well attended regular
meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary
Tuesday evening at the Y club-
rooms presided over by Mrs
.saac Levin, president, the aim
and object of the auxiliary was
stressed. Quoting from a letter
from the National B'nai B'rith
president. Mr. Henry Monsky,
which contained recommenda-
tions for the Lodge's' Auxiliaries,
Mrs. Levin stated "The Auxil-
iary shall officially undertake
the sponsorship as a primary and
major project, the B'nai B'rith
Hillel foundations and its exten-
sion program." It is understood
that tins undertaking will noi
prevent the continued support
by the Auxiliary of other activi-
ties along the same line, as has
heretofore been the practice. The
Miami Auxiliary last year agree d
to sponsor a part scholarship for
a refugee and this project wi.l
be fulfilled.
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, chairman
of the Auxiliary commuuc for
the State Convention oi B'nai
B'rith, presented plans for tile
convention. Tickets for the C n
vention activities may be ob-
tained from Mrs. Rotfort or her
committee. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose
Will be in charge of registration"
An excellent program consisting
of varied activities will take
place, details of which will be
announced in later issues.
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, first vice
president of the Fifth District
B'nai B'rith Auxiliaries, report-
ed on the Fifth District Conven-
tion held in Roanoke. Mrs. Beu-
lah Godwin, secretary of the
Auxiliary, returned to the city
and resumed her duties.
JR. HADASSAH RAISED
$97,000 FOR PALESTINE
New YorkJunior Hadassah,
the Young Women's Zionist Or-
ganization of America, raised
$97,000 for Palestinian projects
for the year ending July 1. ac-
cording to report to be presented
;to the seventeenth annual con-
i vention of the organization, op-
ening in the Palmer House. Chi-
cago. 111., Wednesday ev
August 21st.
The convention, which is x-
pected to be the largest yet i I
by Junior Hadassah. will c
tinue until Sunday, August 5,
One thousand delegates are
pected from forty-two states, a -
cording to Miss Ernestine Kit
iur, of New York, com
chairman.
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is wanted of H n-
ry Kramer who disappeared
his home in New York in
for no apparent reason, ana sin
then has failed to make any pr -
vision for his wife and :
small daughter, so that his fam-
ily is in great need. Mr. Kn
who is believed to be in Florida,
is 39 years of age. 6 feet tali. I
has blonde hair, blue eyes, did
excavating work. Anyone aw ire
of his location is request)
communicate with the Na
Desertion Bureau. 67 West 47: I
Street. New York City.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 16. 1940
vJewisli FkridHcir
PAGE SEVEN
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THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
"Maurice Grossman Night"
All roads will lead to the Y.
M. H. A. Monday night. August
19th. at which time the Y. M. H.
A. and all its affiliates will do
honor to Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director, for the splendid
work he has done in bringing
citv-wide recognition to the Y
M. H. A.
Day and night Mr. Grossman
could be found at his office at
the V doing any number of tasks,
to promote the welfare of the
organization. We of the Y can
well appreciate what his pres-
ence has meant to our progress.
But how about you folks who
have failed to join with us in our
youth movement?
I*m sure you will greatly ap-
Sreciate the part the Y. M. H. A.
as played in this community
| to a swell fellow. We'll be ex-
i pecting you Monday. August 19,
I 8:30 p. m., at "Maurice Grossman
I Night."'
Y. M. H. A. Sports Festiral
Sunday Afternoon
The Orange Royal Golf
Course located at 26th and West
I Flagler will be the scene of a
gala Y. M. H. A. Sports Festival
I this Sunday, August 18th, be-
tween the hours of 1 to 6 P. M.
Your admission of 25c will en-
title each adult or child to en-
joy two games of miniature golf
with over 25 prizes being offered
for each one making a hole in one
and for the five best scores made
by the men, women and young-
sters. Following the golf tourna-
: ment, dancing will be enjoyed
with a Jitterbug Contest as the
finale. To our way of thinking
-
MAURICE GROSSMAN
by Sylvia Abrams
Words were used to write classics
Of nature's wonders to see
Words were used in the form of verse
To describe a wondrous tree.
They were used to define the meaning of
Sunsets, music and birds
A perfect form of expression
Through the medium of words.
But now words seem inadequate
For all they must convey.
Regarding the person who is responsible for
The succcess of the Y. M. H. A.
A man with faith and vision
Whose aspirations reached the skies.
Worked and planned incessantly
Until each dream has materialized.
A home camp for youngsters.
Athletic facilities.
Cultural groups and social groups;
A Jewish Community.
In just a span of two short years
For everything he has done
In simple wordsour heartfelt thanks
To Mr. Maurice Grossman.
y '

when you attend Monday to wit-
ness a general review of the ac-
tivities of the Y and its affiliated
divisions. Our president, Dr.
Sam Beckman, will preside as
chairman and our past president
E. Albert Pallot will take charge
as master of ceremonies. A fine
program of culture and enter-
tainment has been arranged plus
dancing and refreshments to
touch off the evening's program.
A perfect night to bring the en-
tire family and help us do honor
| a grand time is in store for all
! of you. Remember the date is
jthis Sunday, August 18th, 1 to 6
' p. m. at the Orange Royal Golf
Course, 26th and West Flagler
street.
Bring the kinderproceeds to
the Y. M. H. A.
Jr. Y. Barn Dance
All you guys and gals are re-
quested to keep the night of Wed-
nesday, August 28. reserved for
the Jr. Y. Barn Dance. There'll
' be lots of fun, old fashioned
square dances and reels, as well
as the latest dance steps. Dress
in the sackiest clothes you have,
(it shouldn't be hard, should it?)
Prizes for the corniest costumes
will be awarded. A good orches-
tra has been secured plus fine
entertainment and fun galore.
Tickets are only 50c for the
boyess and 25c for tiie girrls.
News Around Town
Zomps Zelesnick, our hard hit-
ting star from the Civic League
Y team and Stanley Weinkle of
the Y Beach League are leading
their respective leagues in hit-
ting at this writing. Nice going,
boys.
Supermen Blackout Blackies
Showing no mercy the Al Ber-
kowitz Supermen trounced the
cellar inhabitant, the Blackies, of
Harry Schwartz, three straight
to increase their lead by six
games in the Y Duckpin League.
The Demons defeated the Bomb-
ers two out of three games and
the Silverstreaks did likewise to
the Rangers. Sam Tendrich re-
gained his leadership in toppled
pins when he bowled a 332 high
set for the night. Only five weeks
remain before the conclusion of
the tournament and the awarding
of prizes. Marty Milstein, man-
ager of the B'nai B'rith duckpin
team, has challenged the Y. M.
H. A. to a three game match.
Watch this column for the date.
The Team Standings
Team Won Lost
Supermen 22 8
Demons .16 14
Bombers ......._ 16 14
Silverstreaks 14 16
.{angers ........14 16
Blackies 8 22
Individual Standings
G S
30 2123
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene-
fit of all organization* in Greater Miami, depends for ita success upon
the continued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates
for next wttk'i issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning.
To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as
possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21 8. 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.
Player
Sam Tendrich
Sam Seitlin 11
Al Berkowitz .. 30
rt. Levinson 27
Al Reisman 13
I.ouis Spector 21
Abe Berkowitz 30
Abe Winer 27
Harry Schwartz 30
H. Waitsman ..... 17
Abe Silver 28
Murray Streit 30
Sol Levin...... 30
Joe Berman 18
Julie Spector..... 16
H. Berkowitz... 24
Leo Lipowsky 8
Sam Beckman ... 15
Leroy Feldman 30
W. Mackauf 30
Irving Querido 16
Murray Apte 30
G. Goldsmith 29
F. Silverman ... 30
Jack Apte 24
Nat Blumberg 23
15
6
5
1
30
30
23
W. Liberoff
Marvin Rubin
Frank Rose
Izzy Mayers .
,Pete Garvett
,D. Rosenthal
Harry Kamins
' Jules Wilson 29
25
15
12
Lou Safan
i M. Freidman
I Al Dubler
Geo. Wolpert ...... 1
'Geo. Davis ...... 17
! Marvin Apte 18
| Mike Adler ......... 2
i Mickey Lubel 3
I B. Schweitzer 20
A. Freilich 6
O. Argintar 3
1132
3027
2710
1283
2044
2917
2624
2803
1635
2661
2841
2805
1676
1502
2221
743
1393
2759
2752
1461
2670
2572
2664
2093
2012
1316
527
436
87
2596
2593
1981
2470
2106
1266
1012
84
1420
1473
164
237
1574
445
159
Av.
104
102
100
100
99
97
97
97
96
96
95
94
93
93
93
92
92
92
91
91
91
89
88
88
87
87
87
87
87
87
86
86
86
85
84
84
84
84
83
82
82
79
77
74
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liKTH JACOU HKI1REW SCHOOL
Open every week in the year ami
Sunday Sessions begin Sunday
morning;, October 20, 1940, witling
Sunday morning, May 25th, 1941.
EVERY MONDAY MORNINGTern-
|de Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Classes benefit Red Cross, nt Kap-
lan Hall.
EVERY MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
11. A. bowling games.
SECOND AND ForrtTH TUES-
DAYS <>f ea.-h month, regular meet-
ing oi Sholem Lodge It'nal Lt'iith.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING Y.
W. II. A. Athletics at V Clubioom.s.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
AUGUST
18Y Miniature Golf Tourna-
ment from 1 to 6 p. m. at the
Orange Royal Golf Course.
18Rabbinical Association Radio
Hour at 3 p. m. over WIOD,
with Rabbi Abraham A. Kell-
ner of Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation conduct-
ing.
18Workmen's Circle Boat Ride
aboard Yacht Osceola at 6:30
p. m.
!8Jr. Hadassah Administration
Dance, Hotel Cromwell.
19Maurice Grossman Reception
tendered in his honor by Y.
M. H. A. and its affiliates at
Y clubrooms.
20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation,
Boat Ride.
7 21Miami Section Natl. Council
Jewish Women Bridge and
Mah Jongg Party Southern
Dairies Hostess Room. 1:30
Miami Seetion Legislation and
Study Groups at the home of Mrs.
C. H. Adler.
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
dassah Sewing Group from to 4
P. M. at Temple Israel Vestry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
y. VV. H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Red ('loss at V Clubiooms.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B'nal U'rith bowling games at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:3U p. m.
EVERY BATURDAY AFTERNOON
I'll.- Spinoza Forum at o o'clock, on
tin- lawn or Dr. Abraham Wolfson's
home. 1051 Collins Ave., Miami
Beuch.
p. m.
24Beth David Sisterhood Barn
Dance and Fair.
28Junior Y Barn Dance at Y
Clubrooms, 8:30 p. m.
29Beth David Sisterhood Cha-
nukah Dinner.
SEPTEMBER
2Workman's Circle Natinal
21st Annual Conference, at
Victor Hotel.
8Reception tendered by the Y.
M. H. A. to Mr. and Mrs
Isaac Joffe, newly elected
director of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
15Ladies 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.
22Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation Synagogue Dedi-
cation.
25Nat'l. Coun. Jewish Women
Miami Section opening Fall
meeting. Board Meeting 10
NO ONE likes to lie awake; yet every night thousands
toss and tumble, count sheep, worry and fret, be-
cause they can't get to sleep. Next day many feel
dull, logy, headachey and irritable. .
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economical large packages. Why not get a parkagrt
and be prepared when over-taxed nerves threaten to
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Y. W. H. A. NOTES
Regular Meeting
The regular meeting of the
Y. W. will be held Wednesday.
I August 21st at the Y clubrooms
and will feature as the guest
speaker Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, prominent local attornty.
. whose subject will be "A Cen-
' tury of Women's Progress." Gen-
I eral discussion by the audience
will be held followed by com-
munity singing led by Mrs. Mild-
red Rubenstein, assisted by Mrs.
Essie Schaeffer. After the meet-
ing a social hour will take place
and refreshments wil be served.
Bowling
The Y. W. bowling games will
be postponed Monday due to the
reception honoring Mr. Gross-
man but will be resumed every
Monday thereafter. ^
For the Finest in
STRICTLY KOSHEA
Meats & Poultry
PHONE 2-4994
MALEK'S
1832 S. W. Eighth St.
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.
20Ladies Auxiliary 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. Council 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 Turkey 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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+Je*ist) Fkridiain
FRIDAY. AUGUST 16. 1340
By Sherman Kaplan
With the approach of the new
fall semester. Delta chapter of
Phi Beta Delta at the University
of Florida pauses to take a last
glimpse of its doing for the past
year.
Upon looking back at Delta for
1939-1940. we find that she as all
of Phi Beta Delia has gone for-
ward. Our number one boast
as it has been for the past six
years, is scholarship. This year.
in addition to setting a new high
for fraternity scholarship aver-
ages the first semester, Delta
again topped all fraternities
scholastically. Having retired the
first scholarship cup, Delta now
adds another to the mantel, mak-
ing it six years in succession that
she has ltd the parade to the
post.
On the campus. Phi Beta Delta
reached a new peak when Don
Weiss was elected in a campus-
wide election to the post of man-
aging editor of the school news-
paper. Following close behind,
Brother Alfie. ,Kohn of Miami
was appointed as editor of the
Florida Review, campus humor
magazine, appearing quarterly.
In addition Alfie holds the po-
sition of sports editor of the
campus paper, publicity director
of Florida's extensive intramural
program, and is a senior manag-
er of intramurals. Not to be
outdone is past High Priest Stu-
art Simon of Miami, who, besides
being president of the debate
club, is holder of the National
oratorical speech championship,
and- Florida's representative in
Who's Who in American Col-
leges. Member of the Florida
Blue Key Society,' Stuart has
just graduated as a Phi Beta
Kappa magna cum laude. Re-
cently initiated Brother Irving
Cypen, after having made Phi
Kappa Phi honor society, was
graduated from the School of
Business Administration with
highest honors and was awarded
a fellowship in Economics. Irv
recently represented Florida in a
field of forensics on the mid-
western trip.
To return to the chapter itself.
we find resting on the mantel-
piece two new permanent addi-
tions, the handball doubles and
ping-pong singles cups. Phi Beta
Delta went to the finals in
diamondball and touch football,
and Brother Si Hirshberg made
the all-campus basketball squad.
Thus ends another banner
year. With the culmination of
the summer's rushing. Phi Beta
Delta optimistically looks for-
ward to the completion of a suc-
cessful 1940 under the guidance
of her new officers, Bernard
Fuchs, president; Sherman Kap-
lan, vice president; Jerrold
Kemp, scribe; Arnold Rosen,
treasurer; Jack Suberman, mar-
shal, and Arthur Courshon,
clerk.
Among the outstanding affairs
'of the summer will be the Jun-
ior Hadassah Administration
Dance to be held August 18th
at the Hotel Cromwell Shore
Club.
Mrs. Pauline Querido, chair-
man, assisted by Mrs. Hilda
Breskin, Miss Hannah Mack and
Miss Mollie Breskin have ar-
ranged a lovely entertaining eve-
ning. A well known orchestra
i will furnish music for dancing
iand an interesting known dance
team will furnish the entertain-
ment.
Dancing will be held in the
outdoor patio from 8 until 12 p.
m. Tickets arc $1.10 per couple
: and can be obtained from any
member or at the door.
Off to attend Junior Hadas-
jsah's national convention in Chi-
jcago August 21st through the
125th will be Miss Betty Lasky.
; president, Miss Ruthye Bern-
stein, vice president, and Miss
Gertrude Shaff. recording secre-
tary of the Miami Unit. Nation-
al headquarters will be at the
i Palmer House. From the open-
ing session Wednesday evening
to the closing formal dance Sun-
day night a program that will be
stimulating, educational and in-
spiring has been planned. The
keynote for the convention will
be education. The theme for the
Sabbath dinner will be the cele-
bration of the 80th birthday an-
niversary of Henrietta Szold and
since the name Henrietta Szold
and Youth Aliyah have becom
synonymous Youth Aliyah will
also be featured. Other features
of the convention will be the
president's lunch, a membership-
and senior-junior session and the
formal dance. Delegates from a'
Units of Junior Hadassah
throughout the country will at-
tend.
IE\i.io;i waii Vd'&tAfl LEADERS PLAN FOR Td *s*\,n.u fcNGAMPrtbM'i' l itOttioJI
The 4Sth Annual Encampment of the Jewish War Veterans will bei h!dI in Boston August: 28Sep-
tember 1 Loaders planning for the event are. lef: to right: Harold Seidenberg of Camoridge. Mass.
Past National Commander, who is serving as Pr9sident of the Boston Convention Corporator!: Louis
Rosenberg of Lawrence, Mass.. and David L. Nair of Nw Britsin. Conn.. Convention Co-Chairman,
jr. council nous
Z. O. A. ASKS AID
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Now Try the Best
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Miami Section. Wauonal Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, is happy
to announce the appointment of
its new executive director. Miss
Bess B. Spanner.
Miss Spanner comes to us af-
ter many years service in the
Social Welfare field, having
served with the National Ameri-
can Red Cross as overseas nurse
in the first World's War. and as
director for many years in the
Clara dcHirsch Home of New
York City.
Miss Spanner has a vast know-
'edge of social welfare work, and
rom her experience Miami Sec-
ion and the community at large
hmild benefit by her association
A lth US.
Miami Section at this time as
n the past offers its service to
jnyone desiring same in the mat-
.er of any immigration informa-
.ion. and particularly at this
'"ime in naturalization. Anyone
Jesiring such service is welcome
o come to our office at 506 Con-
gress Building, any day from
Monday through Friday from 10
A. M. to 4 P. M.. where our
trained naturalization workers
are ready to give any informa-
tion desired.
Americanization classes for
those men and women who have
filed their second papers will
start on Monday evening, Aug-
ust 25th at Council office from
8 to 9 o'clock under the direc-
tion of Mr. John Kronenfeld.
These classes are for the pur-
pose of accquainting the people
with the questions and answers
that may be asked them by the
Federal Examiner when called
for examination before the last
session of the Court which will
probably be the second Monday
in November. 1940.
A solemn call to Zionists and
Jews in America to participate in
the Shekel Campaign, which is
being conducted this year during
the months of August and Sep-
tember, was issued today by Ed-
mund I. Kaufmann, president of
the Zionist Organization of
America.
Mr. Kaufmann states:
"I consider it a privilege to
call upon the presidents of the
Zionist Regions and Districts and
the entire membership of the- Zi-
onist Organization of America to
undertake immediately the Shek-
1 Registration for th>' year 1940
"'Zionists know the tradition of
he Shekel, its meaning and in-
fluence on Zionist life. Out of
he treasure chest of Jewish lifi
the forgotten Shekel has been re-
rieved and year after year is
igain being fashioned as the
ymbcJ of Jewish unity and
ichievement The Shekel af-
ords every Jew the opportunity
o identify himself with the
ausc of Zion and the rebuilding
f the Homeland in Palestine."
rxaiph Nauf*ld, 51 years old, of
4370 Nautilus Drive, Miami
Beach, died Wednesday evening
from injuries received in an au-
tomobile accident. Coming ti
, Miami eight years ago front Chi-
cago, where he was born, be was
engaged here in the real estate
business. He was a member of
B'nai B'rith, Temple Israel, i
Mason, and served in the Woild
War of 1917. He is survived I y
the widow, Mrs. Blanche Neu-
fcld. two daughters. Barbara and
Muriel, his mother. Mrs. Rebecca
Neufeld, two brothers. Morris
and Custave and one sister, Mrs.
Sam Harris, all of Chicago. S r
; vices were held at 4 p. m. in the-
chapel of the Niceley Funeral
Home, conducted by Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman of Templa Is-
rael. Interment followed in thv
Temple Israel plot in Oiaceland
Memorial Park.

Announcement has been made of
the appointment of Nat Kupp* r
to_ the position of Zoning In-
spector and assistant secretary
of the City Planning Board.

Zelda Syman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Syman of 12i4 S_
W. 13th Court, celebrated h. r
birthday with a luncheon Aug-
ust 9th at her home.
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