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VOLUME 13No. 35
B'NAI BRITH FEDERATION
CONVENES HERE SUNDAY
B'nai B'rith delegates, alternates and guests irom the eleven
lodges including the newly organized Ft. Louderdale group,
which comprise the membership of the Florida Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges, will convene for their fourth annual gather-
ing at the Hollywood Beach Hotel, selected as headquarters, '
for a two day meeting starting this coming Sunday, September 1. '
Under the direction of E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the conven-!
tion, an elaborate and inspiring program has been arranged
featuring as guest speakers, Professor Josiah Morse, head of i
the Department of Psychology and Philosophy of the University
of South Carolina since 1911, ando----------------------------------------------
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
Isaac Levin, newly elected pres-
ident of the B'nai Fifth District,
which covers seven states.
Professor Morse received his
Ph. D. degree in Psychology at
Clark University. 1904. taught
the subject since then at the Uni-
versity of Texas, Peabody Col-
lege for teachers. Cornell Uni-
versity, various summer schools.
During the World Wur he was
state director of the American
Red Cross for Soutli Carolina
and field director of the A. R. C,
foi Camp Jackson, and is an au-
thor and co-author of several
psychological works and many
articles; fellow of the American
Psychological Association, past
president of the Southern Soci-
i !\ .'or Philosophy and Psychol-
ogy, chairman of the University
Commission on Race Questions,
member of the Southern Race
Commission, Regional Chairman
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, director Southern Educa-
tion Foundation, Inc., and pas'
president B'nai B'rith, Columbia.
S. C. His subject will be Keep
ing the Covenant."
Mr. Levin is well known in
this state having been active in
all communal work including
.service at Miami with Temple
Israel. Jewish Welfare Bureau
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
> ratio!, and Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith having served twice as its
president. The title of his ad-
dress will be "B'nai B'rithThe
Mr. Pallot. chairman, has been
alive in communal work, and
extremely so in B'nai B'rr.h tor
a number of years, being a past
president of Sholem Lodge, larg-
est group in the state, in add'-
tion to numerous other offices.
He was just elected to the ex-
. cutive board of the Fifth Dis-
trict B'nai B'rith. His executive
convention committee includes
Al Berkeley, Burnett Roth. A
I-ouis Mechlowitz, Frank Corct,
Hy Roth, Fred K. Shochet. Leo
Chaikin, Abe Aronovitz. J. Aron
Abbott. Mrs. Isaac Levin and
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort.
"Nothing is being left undone,"
stated J. Aron Abbott, president
of Sholem Lodge, host for the
convention, "to make this our
most successful affair and one
long to be remembered in the
history of B'nai B'rith. Too much
credit cannot be given to Mr.
Pallot and his committee for
their untiring efforts."
Registration will start Sunday
morning when credentials and
badges will be distributed. The
first event will be the luncheon
Sunday noon to be followed by a
and by the initiation of the Isaac
Levin Class in full regalia Sun-
day evening. Another feature
of the evening will be a Profes-
sor Quiz Program.
Monday's agenda will include
business session in the morning.
buffet luncheon, election of offi-
cers and committee reports in the
afternoon with the formal ban-
quet in the evening. Following
the banquet a dance and ball
will be given which will mark
the closing of the convention.
The Ladies attending will be fet-
ed by the Ladies Auxiliary of the
host Lodge with Mrs. Jennie
Rotfort as chairman. The pro-
gram for the ladies include a
mah jongg and bridge party, a
boat ride and sightseeing tour
and a round table forum and a
Anyone desiring to attend any
or all of these functions are able
to do so whether a member of
B'nai B'rith or not. Tickets for
the entire series of events can be
had for four dollars and for the
banquet and dance only. Mon-
day evening, for two dollars and
fifty cents. Tickets may be ob-
tained by contacting Burnett
Roth, secretary, in charge of reg-
istration, or by calling B'nai
B'rith office at 2-1388 or from
any member of the committee.
The entire facilities of the
Hollywood Beach Hotel have
been made available to the
guests with very reasonable rates
for accommodations for ocean
front rooms at two dollars, sin-
gle and three dollars and fifty
cents double. In addition free
use of lockers, private beach and
the facilities for enjoying golf,
tennis, handball and many other
diversified sports is offered.
Guests may register Sunday
morning at any time and check
out any time after the dance
Monday evening and only pay
this rate of one night.
Many important matters are to
be discussed and decided upon
at the convention, among which
are the increasing of membership
throughout the State, establish-
ment of a Hillel Foundation at
the University of Miami and Un-
iversity of Havana, and to make
a complete Hillel Foundation at
the University of Florida, recom-
mendation of a B'nai B'rith
Lodge in Havana, to complete a
program for the guidance of the
State Lodges, establishment of a
branch of national headquarters
of A. D. L. in Miami, a serious
discussion of the refugee and
Americanization work, a wider
vocational guidance program and
the attempt to increase the A. Z.
PROFESSOR JOSIAH MORSE
Of South Carolina. Main Speaker
at the Banquet Monday Evening.
RIOTS SWEEP PARIS;
GERMANY ARREST ANTIS
London (WNS)A series of anti-Jewish demonstrations in
Nazi-occupied Paris was touched off when 20 members of an
anti-Semitic organization paraded down the Champs Elysees
shouting. "Down with the Jews." Jewish shops were looted,
windows smashed and scores beaten before the police inter-
vened. Many of the demonstrators were arrested but released
shortly afterwards. Although the Nazi-controlled press has
railed at the Jews since the Nazi occupation, these marked the
first organized anti-Semitic demonstrations. While the Nazi
rioters marched through the streets shouting their anti-Jewish
slogans, a group of 70 Nazis O-
forced its way into the head-
business session in the afternoon I A. Chapters in the State and will
E. ALBERT PALLOT
General Chairman of the
| feature the establishment of a
State Federation Ladies Auxil-
Barney J. Cohen of Orlando is
president of the State Federation
land other officers include Joseph
M. Glickstein. Jacksonville, first
vice president: Elry Stone. Mi-
lami, second vice president; Al B.
; Block. Tallahassee, third vice
i president: Sam Stein, Tampa.
; fourth vice president; I Feiden.
| St. Augustine, fifth vice presi-
dent; Sid Birnbaum. West Palm
Bench, secretary; Martin Segal,
Orlando, assistant secretary;
Louis Ossinsky. Daytona Beach,
treasurer: Harry Simonhoff, Mi-
ami. Student Union chairman,
and Abe Aronovitz. Miami. A. D.
The State Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodges was organized in
|1937 with the first convention
being held that year in Tampa,
followed by the second in West
Palm Beach, the third in Jack-
sonville and the fourth to be
held Sunday in Hollywood,
j Formed for the purpose of mak-
ing the Lodges more unified in
action, operate with greater co-
operation and the increasing of
B'nai B'rith activity, the State
Federation has aided greatly to-
wards the tremendous strides
the organization has made.
Past presidents of the State
Federation include Judge Hy
Roth of Orlando, and Dr. Frank
Coret of Miami.
quarters of a youth organization
and demanded the names of the
directors. Police arrested them
but later released all.
The newspaper LeMatin said
that while it was wholehearted-
ly in favor of fighting Jewish in-
fluence. "we do not think break-
| ing windows is a good way to
Paris suggested that the demon-
strations were the work of agent
provocateurs and added: "We
fight the Jewish ideology be-
cause we believe it is dangerous
to French economy. We will not
become associated with acts of
violence menacing goods and
Geneva (WNS)In a sweeping
round-up of German anti-Nazis,
Gestapo officials armed with
lists of prominent anti-Nazis and
intellectuals, visited internment
camps in unoccupied France and
arrested hundreds of anti-Nazis
who fled from Germany when
Hitler became dictator, it was
Several hundred German an-
ti-Nazis were reported to have
been seized in the Gurs camp in
the Pyrenees and taken back to
Nazi jails. Many of the anti-
Nazis, it was said, fought with
j the loyalist army during the
i Spanish civil war as members of
the International Brigade.
Eye witnesses reported seeing
large groups of prisoners, many
of them still wearing their tat-
tered French army uniforms,
herded into trucks, under the
guard of heavily armed Germans
in civilian clothes, and trans-
ported to Nazi Germany.
Meanwhile, it was learned,
many Nazi extremists of many
nationalities, were interned by
the French at the start of the
war, have already been released
on orders from Germany.
London (WNS)A special law
will be enacted soon to regulate
"the status of the Jews" in un-
occupied France, according to a
German wireless report from
Vichy, provisional French capi-
The Nazi wireless reported: "It
is quite obvious that anti-Semitic
feelings since France's collapse
has been steadily growing. From
many towns in unoccupied
France there have come lately
reports of anti-Jewish disturb-
ances. The French government-
controlled radio stations launched
a campaign against certain pro-
fessions, particularly those of
doctors and medicine. being
swamped by Jews."
OUSTER OF JEWS
I TO BRITAIN
London (WNS)In a compre-
hensive review of the war. Prime
| Minister Winston Churchill told
ithe House of Commons that the
Dern.eres Neuvelles de NaziS| in driving ^ Jcw& qM q(
Germany, damaged their own
cause, possibly beyond repair.
"Since the Germans drove out
the Jews," the Prime Minister
said, "and lowered their tech-
nical standards, our science is
definitely ahead of theirs."
Since the advent of the Hitler
regime, Great Britain has pro-
vided a haven for German-Jew-
ish scientists and technicians and
according to neutral observers,
is now reaping the fruits of their
efforts. German-Jewish scient-
ists and technicians, for the mos.
part, have been exempted from
restrictions governing aliens.
Meanwhile, in an editorial, the
Evening Standard praised the
zeal among the young Jews of
Palestine. The editorial said: "In
Palestine there are thousands of
young Jews capable of fighting
in a modern, mechanized war,
possessing great industrial re-
sources and aware that their fu-
ture depends on our victory.
They are eager to fight although
we have not encouraged them."
IN GERMAN SCHOOLS
London (WNS)According to
statistics obtained here, there has
been a sharp decline in the num-
ber of Jewish students attending
public and private schools in
Nazi Germany in 1939.
During 1938. 19.913 Jewish stu-
dents attended private and pub-
lic schools in Germany. In 1939
there were only 8.962 Jewish pu-
pils in German schools.
REFUGEES IN ITALY
ORDERED TO LEAVE
Geneva. (WNS)Jewish refu-
gees living in Turin, Florence.
Genoa and Trieste have been or-
dered by the police to leave their
homes and move elsewhere. The
refugees will move to villages
and cities under the supervision
of the police.
In all Italian industrial centers
Jews must register with the po-
lice and may not appear on the
streets between sundown and
The wedding of Miss Evelyn
Jacobs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Jacobs, to Philip Weiner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Weiner.
took place Sunday, August 25th
at 5 p. m. at the Y. M. H. A.
auditorium with Rabbi Abraham
A. Kellner officiating. Preceding
the ceremony Mrs. Joe Rose, sis-
ter of the bride, accompanied by
Mr. Irving Leibson, on the pi-
ano, sang "Oh Promise Me." and
Shubert's Serenade. The bride
was given in marriage by her
parents and was attended by
Mrs. Chas. Greenstein, sister of
the bride, as matron of honor,
Miss Lottie Weiner, sister of the
groom, maid of honor, Miss Flor-
ence Weiner, sister of the groom
and Miss Henrietta Jacobs, sis-
ter of the bride, bridesmaids.
Mr. Harold Siegal was best man
and ushers were Irving Moss and
Sammy Deutsch. During the cer-
emony Estelle Rose, niece of the
bride, sang "I Love You Truly."
A reception followed the cere-
mony and an orchestra furnished
music for dancing for the en-
tire evening. Out of town guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rose. Mrs.
Mary Moss, all of Durham, N.
C; Mr. and Mrs. Al Moss, Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Moss, and
Mrs. A. Moss all of West Palm
Beach! Mrs. Rose Davedorv of
Lakeland; Mrs. L. Rutkin. Tam-
pa; Mr. and Mrs. A. Warsaski.
Oklahoma City; Mrs. B. Kramer.
Mrs. L. Katz, Mrs. B. College-
man. Mr. Sam Kaler. all of At-
lanta. Ga.; Mrs. A. Landau. New
York; Mr. C. Applebaum, Savan-
nah, Ga.; Chas. Greenstein. Wil-
mington. N. C.
Mr. Louis Gadon returned Thurs-
day from a three weeks trip to
Baltimore. Md.. where he visited
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Philip Berkowitz is conva-
lescing at the Mercy Hospital in
Baltimore. Md., from a recent op-
eration. Mr. Berkowitz is in
Baltimore with her.
Mr. Nat Roth and Mr. Donald
LaVigne are in Boston. Mass..
where they are attending the na-
tional Jewish War Veterans con-
Mist Dinah Rausen, honorary
president of the Southern Young
Judaea Region, of Chattanooga.
Tenn.. has been visiting in Miami
Beach and will return to her
The formation of the newest
Young Judaea chapter. Beth
David Young Judaea, is being
announced by the Greater Miami
Young Judaea Council. Officers
and other plans will be an-
nounced at a later date.
Mr. Ben Silver left for Hender-
sonville, N. C, where he will va-
cation for several weeks.
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
Mrs. Daisy Milstein was hon- Mrs. Sam Shapiro accompanied
ored at a surprise birthday party \ by her children returned to their
given by her husband, Marty
Milstein, Sunday evening at their
home. Card games were played,
dancing enjoyed and refresh-
ments served. Mrs. Milstein was
the recipient of many gifts.
Guests present included Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Turk, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs.
James Leonard, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam W. Schapiro. Dr. and Mrs.
Leonard H. Finn, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Barchan. Mr. and Mrs.
George Chertkof, Mr. and Mrs.
John Kronenfeld, Mr. and Mrs.
George Adler, Mr. Dan Roth,
Mr. Abe Schoenfeld, Miss Selma
Forman, Mr. Leo Dubrow, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Blau.
The Drum and Bugle Corps of
the Jewish War Veterans held
their first meeting and drill un-
der the supervision of their new
captain. Lieutenant Harry Shul-
man, Monday evening at the Y
clubrooms. New rules and regu-
lations, approved by the entire
corps, were enforced which are
intended to make the Corps one
of the finest in this area. Eight
new bugles have been added and
it is hoped that the addition of
drums will be made in the very
near future. Captain Shulman
announced that the purpose of
this Corps will be to serve the
Jewish community of Greater
Miami. All boys and girls from
12 years to 16 years are wel-
come to attend and will be fur-
nished without any charge, in-
struments, instructors and uni-
formi. Meetings are held every
Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock i
sharp at the Y clubrooms. 1567
S. W. 5th Street.
Misses Fannie and Anna Raskas
of St. Louis. Mo., and Jerusalem.
Palestine, are visiting in Miami
Beach where they are residing
at the Locust Hotel Apartment.
Classes in arts and crafts feat-
uring dress designing for pro-
fessionals are being offered free
of charge in a six weeks' course,
with lessons twice a week, two
hours each. Mrs. Maurice Mam-
ches is in charge. Classes are
open to adults over 16 years of
age. For further information
contact Mrs. Mamches at 945
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, or
phone her at 5-2013.
Miss Mary Katherine Siegel, who
was graduated from the Univer-
sity of New Mexico, and was
spending the summer with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nate Sie-
gel, 1231 N. W. 3rd Street, re-
turned to Albuquerque to work
for a master's degree.
Miss Evelyn Sherman returned
to Miami after several weeks'
vacation in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Green who
have been visiting with Mr.
Green's sister, Mrs. Sarah Cap- sponsored by the McAllister Vol-
unteers. Tickets will be on sale
home in New York after visit-
ing in Miami as the house guests
of her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siegel.
MRS. JENNIE ROTFORT
Chairman of Ladies Activities
for B'nai B'rith Convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Kostiner
and daughter Jerry left Thurs-
day for New York where they
will vacation for several weeks.
Mrs. Max Steuer and children re-
turned to the city from the north
where they visited with relatives
and friends. Mr. Steuer will re-
turn the latter part of October.
A benefit theatre party Septem-
ber 12th through September 14th
at the Capitol Theatre, is being
Cantor Joseph Malek returned to
the city Friday from an eleven
week's concert tour during
which concerts were given in
Jacksonville, Florida; New Or-
leans, La.; Dallas, San Antonio,
Austin, and Houston, Texas;
Cheyenne, Wyo.; Los Angeles,
Calif., and Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. Marty Milstein willl leave
the early part of the week for
North Carolina where he will va-
cation for several weeks.
Due to inadvertance there was
published in last week's issue no-
tice that Miss Blossom Browd is
the fiancee of Mr. Sid Shayne.
This is an error which we regret
having been made.
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff
of Congregation Beth Jacob are
vacationing in New York at the
home of Mrs. Mescheloff's par-
ents. Rabbi and Mrs. L. Schon-
feld. and expect to return to Mi-
ami Beach in a few weeks,
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion, at a special meeting held
Tuesday afternoon at the Syn-
agogue, completed plans for
their annual all day picnic to
be held Sunday, September 15th
! at Hardie's Casino. Miami Beach.
Mrs. S. Stone, general chairman,
is in charge of arrangements.
Homemade dinners, sandwiches,
cold drinks, pastries and candies
will be served at moderate
prices. The entire proceeds will
be given to the Talmud Torah
Mr. Morris Binder returned to
the city from New York where
he visited relatives and friends.
FRIDAY AUGUST 30. 1940
The engagement of Miss Sylvia
Raichick, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Raichick, of 1720 S. W.
17th Street to Bernard Leiter.
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Leiter of
Jackson, Tenn., is being an-
nounced by her parents. The
wedding will take place Sunday
at 5 p. m. in Temple Israel with
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman offi-
ciating. A reception will imme-
diately follow the ceremony at
Fassa's in Miami Beach with on-
ly relatives and close friends of
the families in attendance at the
ceremony and reception. Miss
Raichick was recently graduat-
ed with high honors from the
University of Miami where she
was very active in the School of
Music, being an accomplished pi-
anist. She is a member of Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. Leiter
attended the University of Mi-
ami and is now connected with
Fleischer Studios. After a hon-
eymoon trip the couple will re-
side in Miami.
Prof. Raymond Einhorn. teacher
of accounting and statistics at
the Mississippi State College at
Starkeville, and Mrs. Einhorn.
arrived Tuesday in Key West for
a visit with Mr. Einhorn's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Einhorn.
Before returning to Starkeville.
they will visit in Miami.
Ian and Mrs. Green's brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Blanco, in Miami for the past
two months, will return to their
home in Florence, Alabama. Sun-
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Mr. Norman Weiss, accompanied
by his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Weiss, and aunt. Miss
Ruth Jacobs, will leave Saturday
for New York where his marriage
to Miss Hilda Brown will take
place in September.
Representatives of all branches
of Zionism will meet Thursday,
September 5th at 8 p. m. at Beth
j David Auditorium for the pur-
ipose of arranging a mass memo-
rial meeting for the late Vladi-
jmir Jabotinsky. Completion of
| plans for the Shekel campaign
[will also take place.
Max Silver returned to Miami
from a two week's vacation in
Hendersonville, N. C.
Mr. Nathan Adelman returned to
the city from a northern busi-
Dr. Samuel Beckman. president
|Y. M. H. A., and David Lemel-
i man are convalescing from injur-
ies received in an automobile ac-
cident last Saturday, and will
' be glad to have their friends vis-
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 30. 1940
* Je n 1st) fhrkUaun
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
945 Euclid Avenue
Morning services: Daily at 8
a. in.; Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Afternoon services at 6:45 p.
m.: Friday and Saturday at 6:30
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
High Holy Days
The officers of the Beth Jacob
Congregation have appointed a
committee to be at the Syna-
gogue September 10 for the sale
of tickets for the High Holy
Days. Services will be held in
both buildings. The new syna-
gogue has been completely reno-
vated with new windows, car-
pets, air cooling and other im-
provements. Cantor Mamches
will be in charge of the services.
Refugees and those unable to
pay for seats will not be admit-
ted to services without tickets
which will be furnished to all in
this category without charge.
MINISTER BRINGS SUIT
AGAINST OB. WINROD
Wichita. Kans. ( R N S ) The
Rev. Gerald B. Winrod. publish-
er of The Defender and alleged
anti-Semite, has been named de-
fendant in a law-suit which
charges him with "espousing
Nazism in the United States" and
with writing a "scurrilous" let-
ter to one Charles Hudson. The
letter was said to have been
The plaintiff is Rembert Gil-
man Smith. Methodist minister
of Tulsa, Okla. The case is set
for hearing on Sept. 16 in the
United States District Court
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SMAKIKO, Kabbl
498 S. W. 18th Road
Oftice Phone 2.1473
Home Phone 2-2176
Morning at 7:30 and evening
Sabbath Services: Friday at
6:30 p. m. and Saturday at 8:30
Daily Hebrew School: 9 to 12
Sunday morning services at 8
High Holy Days Preparation
The High Holy Days commit-
tee has been appointed to be in
charge of the complete selling of
tickets, and arrangements for
the coming holidays. We wish
to advise our members and
friends who desire the same
seats as last year to phone the
office. 2-1473 and make your
reservations. Full details will be
mentioned next week.
Special services for boys and
girls under the auspices of the
Junior Congregation will take
place in the auditorium. This will
make the seventh consecutive
youth service of the High Holy
The month's vacation for the
children of the Talmud Torah is
over. Registration for the new
semester will take place Tuesday
morning. September 3rd, from 9
to 12. We urge parents to send
their children this Tuesday, and
not later for classes will begin
immediately. Parents are ex-
pected to come with their child-
ren the first day of school.
A new curriculum has been de-
vised to meet the requirements
of all children.
The following "Yahrzeiten"
will be observed during this
month of "Ellul." The "Anni-
versary Candle" it lit the eve-
ning before the English date
mentioned, and the "Kaddish"
begins the same evening until
sunset of the day mentioned.
Tishrana, sister of I. Roscn-
gartcn, September 4th; Eliezar,
father of Joseph S. Rabinowitz,
September 5th; Malachai. father
of Nathan Speigeiman, Septem-
ber 6th; Yaakov. lather ot Geo.
Goldberg. September 6th; Eph-
raim. husband of Mrs. Sophie
Zohn, September 8th; Yitzchock
Zalmen, father of Edward Bur-
man, September 9th; Yehudah,
husband of Yetta Geier, Septem-
ber 12th; Rochel Leah, grand-
mother of Mr. M. J. Kopelowitz,
September 14th; Avrohom Ne-
saniel, son of Mrs. Badanes. Sep-
tember 16th; Hershel, husband of
Mrs. Westrich, September 16th;
Yitzchok father of Stuart S. Gor-
don. September 17th; Chaya So-
ra, sister of I. Rosengarten, Sep-
tember 18th; Devorah Rivkah, in
memory of Mrs. Dora Cohen.
September 19th; Fraeda, in mem-
ory of Freda Markowitz, Septem-
ber 19th; Yechiel, father of Mey-
er and Sidney Rauzin. Septem-
ber 20th; Rochel Elka. mother of
S. B. Miller, September 21st;
Eliyohu, father of Harold Pont,
September 21st; Rochel Leah,
mother of Gussie Yisroel. Sep-
tember 23rd; Lieba, mother of
Phillip Segall, September 24th;
Tzirel. mother of Edward Scher.
September 25th; Michel Laczer,
lather of Louis Heiman, Septem-
ber 26th; Pinchus. father of S. B.
Miller. September 27th; Tanch-
um. brother of Mrs. Dora Cohen.
September 27th; Shlomma Yaak-
ov, father of Al Levine, Septem-
ber 28th; Rav Yehudah Laeb.
father of Harry and Clifford Gor-
don. September 29th; Hirsch
Mordecai, son of S. M. Goodman.
September 29th; Golda. mother
of Mrs. Isadore Brown. Septem-
11545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi (
Rabbi's Residence: ,
! 919 South West 13th Court
I Phone 3-5192
Schedule of Services
Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45
Friday evening services: 5:30
Shabbes: 9:00 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. |
6996 Indian Creek Drive-1265
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN |
530 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
"Do not withdraw thyself from
In the Synagogue
Mr. H. M. Drevich, president,
calls attention to the fact that
old seat holders who were ac-
customed to reserve the same
seats for High Holiday services
year after, will have to come in
person and select their seats in
the new Synagogue. The time
when the seating committee will
be in session will be announced
in the next week's bulletin.
In the Talmud Torah
The education committee head-
ed by the vice president of the
ongrcgation. will meet shortly
,o announce plans for the new
school year, according to an an-
nouncement by Mr. Max Rifas.
the chairman. Stricter rules will
be enforced for the good of the
Hebrew school and the commit-
tee will conduct periodic exam-
inations in the Hebrew school.
Parents are urged tp take their
obligations seriously and enforce
the prompt and uniform attend-
ance of their children. Another
proposed plan is the establish-
ment of a special sabbath service
of the Talmud Torah children.
The New Building
Mr. Abraham Pepper, treasur-
er of our congregation and treas-
urer of the building, requests
| most urgently that all those who
pledged donations towards our
new building to send same in be-
cause of our desire to have the
Regular services. Temple Is-
rael of Miami, this Friday eve-
ning at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman will preach on
the subject, "A Vision and a
"May the Father of Peace send
Peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At this Friday's services, the
memory of the following will be
Ralph Noufeld. husband of
Mrs. Blanche Neufeld; Lottie
Bertuch. mother of Mrs. Marvin
Bronner and Mr. Maxwell Ber-
Isaac Eskin, father of Mrs.
Jack Bernstein; Mathilda Kol-
berg, sister of Mr. A. Wertheim-
er; Adolph Ginsburg, father of
Mrs. Harry I. Magid; Rosalie
Utitz, mother of Mrs. Dave Eich-
engreen; Esther Hirschberg,
mother of Mrs. Bernard Feld-
to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weiner.
nee Evelyn Jacobs, whose mar-
riage was solemnized by Rabbi
Kellner in the Y. M. H. A. audi-
torium on Sunday last.
We"are delighted to extend our
greetings to the State B'nai
B'rith Convention which will
meet Sunday and Monday in
Hollywood. We are happy to
congratulate the chairman of the
I building before the High Holi- convention, Brother Al Pallot,
days. | an(j to extend through him our
Congratulations I best wishes to the convention for
We are pleased and happy to a successful gathering and con-
extend sincere congratulations to Istructive achievements.
FRIDAY AUGUST 30. 1940
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SIX MONTHS...........*' uu
FRIDAY, AUGUST 30. 1940
VOLUME 13 NUMBER 35
IN A CRYSTAL
By Al Segal
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BIRON)
WELCOME B'NAI B'RITH
Delegates from all over the state will be in attendance this
Labor Day week-end at Hollywood when the Florida Federation
of B'nai B'rith Lodges convene for their fourth annual gather-
ing. The local committee in charge of the convention has
worked untiringly to make the gathering a memorable one
and to make the environment one wherein much should be
B'nai B'rith in the past few years has done much toward
revitalizing, reviving and reawakening Florida Jewry, making
it conscious of the work in the many fields that was to be
That B'nai B'rith has made tremendous strides can be seen
in the progress of its innumerable projects among which are
the Hillel Units at the University of Florida. Florida State Col-
lege for Women, and the University of Miami, the A. Z. A. activ-
ity, the Americanization work. Anti-Defamation accomplish-,
ments and civic endeavors of all types. Further attestment of |
its recognition is evidenced by the ever increasing member-
hip throughout the state.
To those attending we extend best wishes for a successful (
convention knowing there is much good still to be done and
hoping by their sincere efforts they will pave the way for these |
successes and prove that B'nai B'rith. as always, remains the
The greatest registration of aliens in the history of the
United States was under way August 27. Between that date
and December 26, the 3.600.000 non-citizens over 15 years of ^
age in this country will be expected to bring answers to gues-
tionnaires to local post offices and file their fingerprints. The
forms will be printed in six languages, including Yiddish.
The fingerprints will be checked against files of the Jus-
tice Department's criminal division. Cases of illegally-arrived
aliens will be decided individually "on its merits," but assur-
ance has been given that no attempt will be made to deport,
any political or religious refugee in aanger of his life if returned j
to his country or origin.
We fully understand the motives that led the Government
to order this gigantic registration. It is not in the spirit of alien-
baiting but with mounting concern over the fifth column that this
check-up is being undertaken. Still, one wonders why. if fear
of a fifth column is the motive, the Government has not ordered
a check-up on native fifth columnists. We would wager that
the proportion of traitors among American citizens is at least
as great as among the aliens.
We have full confidence that the present administration
intends no drive against aliens as such. All officials concerned
including President Roosevelt, Attorney General Robert H. Jack-
son. Solicitor General Francis Biddle and Registration Director
Earl G. Harrison, have given convincing assurance that there
will be no "witch hunt." Our officials have shown an enlight-
ened appreciation of the value of aliens and their contribution
to this country.
But doubts are raised in our mind when such things hap-
pen as occurred in the Canal Zone recently. Eighty-one per-
sons employed in the Zone were discharged and arrested. Sec-
retary of War Henry L. Stimson called them "foreign agents."
Investigation disclosed that most of them were Jewish refu-
gee technicians who had taken up residence in the Zone at the
request of the same army authorities who later arrested them.
The War Department subsequently admitted that it had been
in error in calling them "foreign agents."
Still, there is no alternative but to urge full cooperation
with the registration. Now that it has been undertaken, aliens
must show their loyalty to the Government by following the
1 have been sitting at this
typewriter for an hour thinking
of something to write about. I
It seems that everything that
might be written about the world
and about Jews has been writ-
ten. What more is there to be
said? There can only be more
wringing of hands and to good
is that? More sighing and what I
the heir.' More of being mad at
everything and it's too hot for
that." More of shaking a fist al
Hitler and Nazis and fifth
umnists and that doesn't get you
Once I laughed. I had a fellow
named Shabbesdeckel who was
my whipping boy for all self-crit-
icism. But I can't take it out on
him any more. People have
written me. What's become of '
Poor old Shabbesdeckel! He s
worried enough, as everybody
else is. So I've just dropped him.
Once, in dull weeks. I could
take a pot shot at our clergy, j
But I must let them alone now. i
They are as bewildered as every- j
body else is nowadays. The old
prayers seem without avail. The I
old teachings about the righteous |
overcoming the evil doers seem ,
cancelled by Stukas and other ,
The oldest members of the con- ;
gregations are suffering dreadful j
doubts: Is the old teaching re-
ally true? What of the prayers
they have been sending up all
their days? Religion is suffer-
ing a blitzkreig together with a
lot of other decent things that !
stood so long in the world.
Once upon a time I could write
about anti-Semitism when there
was nothing else. One could take i
hold of an anti-Semite and beat
the stuffing out of him through
the length of a whole column. But j
I feel ashamed to complain of i
my special Jewish pain when I
read of Englishmen taking hourly j
bombs in their stride.
Then there was Hitler to write ,
about. One could hang him on a
column and lash him and leave '
him swinging all battered. But
this in time comes to trouble
on's self-respect. It is like in-
terminably beating a swine.
Once one could dream. He
thought he could see a consider-
able distance into the future and
detect bright gleams even on
dark days. If he was a Jew he
could renumber the way God did
with Pharaoh a! the Red Sea
or what happened to Human in
S'.iushan. In both instances help
came in the nick of time.
But now thore is no light at
allnothing but thickest dark-
ness all the way as far as Africa.
Nothing good to dream of. noth-
ing o: which to say. Well, this is
a good sign.
One could feel that no matter
what happened. Palestine would
always stand as a happy refuge.
I didn't have to be a Zionist to
see that Palestine was one good
place left anyway. This was
comfort. But now Mussolini is
1 bombing Haifa to get Palestine
ready as the way to empire for
him and Hitler. (My Zionist
. friends aren't saying much about
that: it is something too tragic
I even to think about.)
So what's tnere to write about.
except that which would only
' rub salt in wounds that hurt
'enough. Perhaps I should write
about my tree. Old and strong
it stands on my lawn. It is a
I sit under it in the cool of
' the evening and when a breeze
is blowing I get its whispering;
especially when I doze I can un-
'. derstand its whispers.
It is not a Jewish tree, as one
! might think who expects Jewish
] subjects to be discussed in a Jew-
ish paper. It comforted the Chris-
: tians who lived in my house be-
fore I did. The other day a negro
paused under it to get its shade
against the heat of the afternoon.
I Its leafy branches extend far ov-
er the sidewalk.
The negro stood under it some
, five minutes. He seemed grateful
that at least trees are generous
and make no discriminations.
My tree is. in fact, a universal
(CONTINUED ON PAGE <)
A hurry call has come from the British Isles for a large
number of prints of Charlie Chaplin's film "The Dictator" .
Government leaders in the beleaguered islands feel that Chap-
lin's comedy about the mustached dictator will prove an ex-
cellent antidote against the nerve-strain of continuous air raids
. Jewish physicians in Naziland have been granted the priv-
ilege of working in war hospitals And so impressed are the
military authorities with their efficiency that they're urging Hit
ler to call off his anti-Jewish policy for the sake of his military
macine, a recently returned traveler tells us It's hard though.
to reconcile this with the rumor that Marshal Petain is rapidly
losing favor in Hitler's eyes because of his reluctance to inten-
sify the anti-Semitic drive by the new regime in France .
We're informed, too, that the French authorities have sent out a
call to the Jewish technical experts who fled Paris when the
Germans marched in ... It seems that French industry needs
Jewish brainpower, and has the good sense to admit it ... A
horoscope expert recently announced the astounding discov-
ery that the horoscopes of Adolf Hitler and our own Billy Rose
are exactly the same Which doesn't, of course, mean that
you should wish Billy any bod luckjust pray that the expert is
mistaken Andre Maurois, the great French man of letters,
is now in this country His name.'as you know, used to be
Herzog, and of course one of the first things the new aid to
France did was to confiscate all his property and the factories
belonging to his family .Herzog-Maurois is a member of the
French Acodemy, to which Marshal Petain also belongs .
There was a time when Petain submitted his manuscripts to
Maurois for counsel But if Maurois were to decide to re-
turn to France today he would run the risk of being clapped in
jail together with all the others who have been arrested on
charges that they loved England too much .
THIS AND THAT
The British are the most unpredictable people in the world.
. There really is no reason for the British Pavilion at the
World's Fair to be redistributing reprints of Malcolm MacDon
aid's speech on the restrictions on land sales to Jews in Pales-
tine The speech, delivered on March 6. 1940, created a
storm of anti-British feeling in many Jewish guarters at the
time ... To revive it today without rhyme or reason must have
been an idea hatched by a zealous Fifth Columnist The
Protestant Digest, which is doing yoeman work in combating
anti-Semitism, is encountering difficulties because it refuses to
kotow to some of the big organizations The American Feder-
ation for Polish Jews is going out on an independent relief cam-
paign to help Polish Jewry That is, unless the United Jewish
Appeal decides to include it among its beneficiaries ... A bang-
up job is being done guietly and without publicity by the HIAS,
which is helping the transfer of refugees, who in all the chaos
on the other side are rapidly becoming the forgotten men -
Have you heard about Father Edward Lodge Curran. who is the
head of the Catholic Truth Conference (the reputation of which
is not as savory as its name might lead one to expect), and who
has several times substituted for Father Coughlin on the radio
. Some time ago that gentleman was a member of the Board
of the National Conference of Christians and Jews But that
was a long time ago The significant statement on the per
secution of Jews made by Candidate Willkie in his acceptance
speech apparently hasn't affected anti-Semitic Joe McWilliams,
of New York, in his determination to seek a seat in Congress
under the Republican banner .
WITH THE ZIONISTS
Seeing the title "England Defies Blitz" on the marguee of a
newsreel theatre, a Zionist of our acguaintance wanted to know
whether this referred to the Palestine situation and whether ihe
Blitz mentioned was Sam Blitz of the U. P. A. Dr. Israel
Wechsler, who in addition to his medical fame is well-known
throughout this country as a Zionist leader, was the first Amen
can specialist reguested by the Trotzky household when the
, tragedy occrured there last week But he also came too late
... We hope that by the time this reaches your eyes the "issue"
about the editorship of The New Palestine has been settled and
that all will remain as it was before the new Zionist administra-
tion's decision to oust unceremoniously an old and tried end
experienced newspaperman. .
Our prophecies on Maurice Samuel's new book "The Great
Hatred." are being confirmed by none other than Thomas Mann,
who in a private letter recently wrote that "no better analysis
has ever been given of anti-Semitism as a phenomenon falling
outside the held of normal prejudices and antipathies and be-
longing to the realm of the demonological" Watch out for
Irmgard Litten's "Beyond Tears," which will be published next
month and will be the strongest indicament of Nazi cruelty yet
to appear in this country Don't miss "Three Faces West."
which deals with the epic of a group of refugee physicians who
render heroic service in a town of the dust-bowl area of the
United States Congratulations to Abraham Goldberg, the
Zionist speaker, Hebrew author and versatile editor, on the
occasion of the publication of his new book Goldberg's
"Our Time is Coming," brought out by the Hebrew Publishing
! Company, contains eighteen of Abe's most scintillating ad-
dresses in Yiddish .
FRIDAY, AUGUST 30. 1940
MASTERPIECE OF ARTISTIC CRAFTSMANSHIP
ON DISPLAY AT PALESTINE PAVILION
RABBI IS ELECTED
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of the
Beth Jacob Congregation of Mi-
ami Beach was elected vice pres-
ident of the Rabbinical Council
of America at its annual conven-
tion in New York this Wednes-
The Rabbinical Council of
America is the largest national
organization of young Orthodox
Rabbis. In its ranks are over
two hundred rabbis from almost
every state in the union. At its
annual convention held at the
Riverside Park Hotel in New
w 1>,^Tk ie,h-.0!; Ho,v Ark to house ,h Scroll, of th* Law
Irt .u5rSalern uU!rd.KnU "^ t^Ch* ot the Be"leI School* o
Sch-U foundir^i SSfSuA ""S^SPi^ the late P>f.or Boris
Rb*n M Gu,rf- !-5 !- rfd VthJhe 9uid"> ot the artists Z.
hSJ; '? nd Ben David. Th- Ark. which is fifty-four
inches high, now is on disnlay in the Art Oallery of the Palestine Pa
tw'.2 th* NAW ,Yrk, WorWs Fair- Shown standing bestdTit in
!^J ~ ?' tI'M,wGoW""- chirm" the Pavilion Board
i. i?IT. .'\ ut mM Vears te "?! hi. Ark. which
is considered the outstanding nece of work to come out of the Bezalel
School. The exquisite miniature work that adorns the Ark includes
ivory carvings symbolising the Twelve Tribes of Israel, two lions
carved in red stone, and relief carvings representing the stories of
Adam and Lve and of Cain and Abel. Three bas reliefs illustrating
thei lift of Moses appear on the doors of the Ark. as do twelve enam-
eled discs showing the Zodiacal cycle. The beautv of the Ark is en-
hanced by intricate filigree work in silver, studded with semi-pre-
cious stones. In addition to the Ten Commandments, executed in
enamel, the six-cornered Star of David and the seven-branched Me-
norah also adorn the body of the Ark in various forms and designs.
The Hebrew Sheltering and
Immigrant Aid Society has is-
sued the following information
emanating from their legal office
in Washington, D. C:
We are informed by the De-
partment of State that, as of
August 14, 1940. the American
Legations \ind Consulates at
Riga (Latvia). Kaunas (Lithuan-
ia), and Tallinin (Esthonia) have
been closed. The Department of
State has now authorized the
American Consulate at Moscow
to issue visas, and accordingly,
all visa matters in Latvia. Lith-
uania and Esthonia. and all old
and newly acquired or occupied
Soviet territory will come within
Ihe jurisdiction of the American
Consulate at Moscow.
The American Consulates at
Marseille. Lyon and Nice are the
only American consulates func-
tioning for visa purposes in un-
occupied France. (The Depart-
ment of State is not certain, we
re informed, whether Nice is in
occupied territory or in the un-
In occupied French territory,
the American Consulate at Bor-
deaux is functioning for visa
matters. We understand the Con-
sulate at Paris is functioning, out
not for visa matters.
Cable communication through
the State Department with the
American Consulate at Rotter-
dam is possible, and with the
American Consulate at Antwerp.
No mail communication is had
The Department of State has
not recognized the change in ter-
ritories. Accordingly, for quota
purposes, these people come un-
der their respective quotas, Lat-
via, Lithuania, etc., etc.
We hear that Meyer Weisgal,
director of the Palestine Pavilion
at the New York World's Fair,
is considering the offer of a job
which, if he accepts it. would
bring him very close to the field
of journalism, in which he first
made his reputation One of
these days you'll hear a lot about
Lillian Mayer as one of the most
provocative modernistic painters
in this country Lillian is the
wife of Arthur Mayer, the well-
known movie executive An-
other Lillian whose fame is grow-
ing fust is our friend Lillian Taiz.
wife of Actor Sam Jaffe Her
concerts as solo vocalist with the
New York Symphony Orchestra
this summer have created a sen-
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
the Southeastern District Con-
ference of the Workmen's Circle
will open their convention here
with headquarters at the Victor
[Hotel, 1144 Ocean Drive, Miami
'Beach, with the Miami chapter
as host, and will continue through
| September 3rd. The convention
(celebrating the fortieth anniver-
jsery of the Workmen's Circle,
will sponsor a concert Sunday-
evening at the hotel featuring
Judy Lane and Alisa Alcis, so-
pranos, and Mona and Edward
Postroff, pianists, Irving Leid-
son, violinist and Irving Laibson,
pianist. Monday evening a ban-
quet will be held at the Times
Square Restaurant with admis-
sion charge of one dollar per per-
son. Business si ssions will be
held during the day. at which
important matters will be acted
upon. Mr. E. L. Chanin. national
building director, will welcome
'the delegates and will be the
principal speaker. All members
and friends are invited to attend
the sessions and the concert,
I B. J. COHEN
President of the State Federa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
NEW B'NAI B'RITH
LODGE IS FORMED
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
York this week it agreed upon
taking within its folds the mem-
bers of the Rabbinical Assembly
of the Hebrew Theological Col-
lege of Chicago. This will make
it the largest rabbinic organiza-
tion in the country. Plans were
also promulgated for a union
with the Agudath Harabonism.
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
Rabbi Mescheloff presented a
paper on "Halacha and Modern
Invention" at one of the sessions.
He also took active part in the
committee on organization, the
committee on education, and was
chairman of the Kashruth com-
Rabbi Mescheloff has for the
past few years been on the exe-
cutive committee of the Rabbin-
ical Council of America, and the
representative for the state of
Florida. As.vice president he is
considering a conference of the
rabbis of the entire south to be
held in Miami Beach this winter.
Mrs. Mescheloff. who attended
the convention with the rabbi, is
working on the organization of
the wives of orthodox rabbis in-
to a cultural and social organiza-
tion. She took prominent part
in the discussions.
PICTURE FRAME SHOP
172 N. W. FIRST STREET
We Call for and Deliver
Much enthusiasm prevailed at
jthe meeting of the newly organ-
ized Ft. Lauderdale B'nai B'rith
Lodge held there Tuesday eve-
ning. August 27th at the Syna-
gogue. Officers were elected with
Dr. Alfred E. Kaufman as presi-
dent. Out of town guests at-
tending were Mr. Dave Feldman,
past president and Mr. Dave
Stein, president of the West
Palm Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge;
Mr. Isaac Levin, president of the
Fifth District B'nai B'rith, and
Mrs. Levin, Dr. Frank Coret, J.
Aron Abbott, president of Mi-
ami B'nai B'rith, Leo Eisenstein,
Dr. and Mrs. Benj. Landau and
E. Albert Pallot, all of Miami.
Refreshments were served fol-
lowing the meeting. Members
of this Lodge will be initiated at
the coming state convention in
the Isaac Levin Class. Meetings
of the Ft. Lauderdale Lodge will
take place the first and third
Wednesdays of fcach month start-
ing September 4th.
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FRIDAY AUGUST 30. 1940
By HAROLD TURK
From time to time, members of
B'nai B'rith who do not attend
meetings, or prospective mem-
bers will inquire. "What does
B'nai B'rith do?" This is not in-
tended as a comprehensive an-
swer to their question, but
should, in part, give them an
idea how extensive and import-
ant is the work B'nai B'rith
Plans are definitely being
made for establishing a Hillel
Extension at the University of
Havana. There are now Founda-
tions or Extensions at 32 univer-
sities in the United States, and
20 more Extensions or Founda-
tions are being planned for this
year. These Foundations and
Extensions serve a vital need of
the Jewish boys and girls at the
many universities throughout the
country who are away from
B'nai B'rith has, for many
years, been very active in the
field of Anti-Defamation thru-
out the country, and we have
been advised that the Supreme
Lodge is sending a director to
this locality who will set up an
office in Miami and who will be
in charge of anti-defamation
work in this part of the coun-
try. Many things have been
brought to our attention in Mi-
ami which need the attention
and handling of an experienced
man in anti-defamation work.
We have also been advised that
definite plans are being made to
form a B'nai B'rith Lodge in Ha-
vana, Cuba. A number of prob-
lems have come up in Cuba in
the last couple of years, especial-
ly with the immigration and ref-
ugee situation. It would, there-
fore, be an excellent idea if we
nad a Lodge in Havana, Cuba.
1 which would be organized and
equipped to a certain extent to
help and correct many undesir-
able situations which have arisen
I and which are bound to arise in
B'nai B'rith has also set up
committees in each of its Lodges
which will serve as legal aid to
aliens who must register under
the new Federal Alien Registra-
The foregoing activities are
only by way of casual mention,
but you will readily appreciate
the significance and importance
of these activities. They are vi-
tal problems not only to our peo-
ple but are closely related to na-
tional problems and affairs.
It is your duty to become a
member of B'nai B'rith. thereby
strengthening our fold and en-
abling us to carry on our work.
If you are a member, you should
attend meetings regularly, and,
by all means, attend our State
Convention which will be held
over Labor Day week-end, Sep-
tember 1 and 2. at the Hollywood
Beach Hotel. You will find com-
plete information about this Con-
vention on the front page of this
edition. Due to the efforts of
Brother Leo Chaikin. the Lodge
has arranged for a "Friendship
Room" wherein the brethren,
their wives, and their guests may
partake of liqu (or) ids.
At 8 p. m. on Sunday night, a
ritual and initiation program has
been arranged by the committee
of which Brother Abe Aronovitz
and Brother Lou Heiman are co-
chairmen. All new members and
members who were never ini-
tiated are asked to attend and
Last week was the first regular
night of league bowling at the
Recreation Alleys. Team No. 1,
captained by Sam Seitlin, won
three straight games from Team
No 2 captained by Marty Mil-
Stein, while Team No. 4 captained
by John Kronenfeld. won two
and lost one from Team No. 3.
captained by Lou Kraft.
High set was rolled by Bernie
Wagner at. 306 with Dr. L. H.
; Finn running a close second with
304. High game by three who
had 111 are Dr. L. H Finn. Ber-
nie Wagner, and John Kronen-
feld. Brother Elry Stone, our
vice president, is now a full
Come down Thursday night
and watch the teams bowl in
full uniforms supplied by the
Lodge. You are sure to enjoy
yourselves and after one visit
will become a regular visitor and
bowler. Bring along your wife
, and friends. All are welcome.
Remember that B'nai B'rith
I has an office located at 845 In-
graham Building, telephone No.
2-1388. If you want to make
your reservations for the conven-
tion or get any other information
concerning our activities, you
may call at the office or phone
the number above and speak to
our secretary. Miss Millicent
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Don't throw that old "cook-stors" or rang* awayl It dossn'l
maki any dittcttnci what land.' condition or how old it i.
ws*U allow you 25% tor it on Ihs purchaM pries ol any now
modem rang* you sslscl Iron our showrooms. No cash nec-
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costly repair bill*really, there's nothing to got
out ol order on these new ranges. Act today
this is your opportunity to strike a new note of
beauty in your kitchen without any cash outlay
your old "cook-stove" or range will be tho
down paymentbalance on easy monthly terms,
with your gas bill.
Here's Some of the Features of Modern
Gas Ranges That Make Cooking a Joy:
The new "waist-high" broiler which takes all tho
headaches and backaches out oi broiling and
The "automatic-control" and "codkina-guido/' do
away with all guesswork and worry.
You never have to wait ior heat, it is always there
. .. just the degree you want
There are no complicated gadgets to get out oi
The new economy-typo burners cook with less gas.
Engineered and designed ior beauty and long
P E O P LE S ^j^l^Jl^ COMP ANY
Ft. Lauderdale Miam i Beach
jr. council neuus
by Nana Kuperberg
Council's governing board is
trying to highlight regular meet-
< ings with pointed business dis-
cussions, speakers and entertain-
iment. At the last meeting, held
Tuesday night at the Blackstone
Hotel, current problems were
brought forth. The matter of a
permanent meeting place was
the main topic. Edward Newman
described his efforts to obtain
such a meeting place where the
Council members may be sure of
finding bridge partners, ping
pong players, and people with
whom to sit and chat. Nathan
Zwitman and Sondel Hendel of-
fered their services to join Ed-
ward Newman in his search for
a home for Council.
The possibility of having oc-
casional meetings in town was
brought to the attention of the
body. Many Beach people agreed
that town meetings would not
be inconvenient and might serve
to bring in members from Miami
and surrounding vicinities. So,
all of you town people who are
in favor of this move, signify by
your attendance at our next reg-
ular meeting. Notice will be
given in advance, or information
may be received by calling Char-
lotte Dreyfus, at 5-2225, who will
take all names for her mailing
The business meeting of the
Council was adjourned, and
Chairman Phil Kuperberg intro-
duced Mr. Isaac Joffe, executive
'secretary of the Greater Miami
! Jewish Federation. Mr. Joffe
I described the work of the Fed-
> eration and brought forth the
: need for cooperation among
; Americans to help all mankind.
Mr. Joffe advocated the volun-
teering of Council members' ser-
vices to help Americanize and
integrate those refugees that have
come to Miami to find peace.
Council, in a body, thanked Mr.
. Joffe for his interesting talk.
May we thank our guests for
having attended, and extend our
sincere invitation to them to be-
come active members and work-
ers in the program of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Juniors.
URGES ALL AMERICANS
OF GREATER MIAMI
BETWEEN THE AGES
OF 18 and 45 YEARS!
TO JOIN THE
In affiliating with the McAl-
lister Volunteers you will
receive practical military
training that will prove in-
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 30, 1940
THE Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
One of the greatest spectacles
of its kind ever held in this
city took place last Thursday
evening, August 22 at the Y. M.
H. A. athletic field when the
Home Camp conducted its clos-
ing exercises. To borrow a
phrase of a famous statesman,
the Home Camp folks 'came,
saw and conquered." Conquered
the hearts, souls and minds of
every individual in the vicinity.
The program opened with the
blowing of assembly by little
Richard Schulman and then con-
tinued as follows: Flag salute,
America, drill by the campers.
Herb Cohen, master of ceremon-
ies. Dr. Beckman, Jewish play,
tap dance, Dr. Rand, Rabbi Sha-
piro, folk dance, Leon Lieber-
man. boxing exhibition, Rabbi
Kellner, Ballet, Mr. Grossman,
Frances Ginsberg, Essie Shaffer,
Mickey Lubel, Cinderella play,
presentation of gifts by Mrs.
Lieberman, Mrs. Joel Belov, li-
brarian, Mrs. Yantes, kindergart-
en. Mrs. Benjamin Levine,
Glee Club, counsellors. God
Bless America, taps.
One of the outstanding feat-
ures of the evening was the tap
and ballet dances in beautiful
costumes which were made by
the camp staff. In general the
program last Thursday was a re-
view of what the campers had
done during the sessions.
At this time we wish to thank
ihr following instructors and
registration office and notify the
authorities to that extent. Call
Maurice Grossman, 3-4012 for
Mr. Berman Goes to Town
Joe Berman bowling for the
Rangers, shattered all previous
high game scores for the Y. M.
H. A. when he toppled the pins
for a neat 150 score. The lead-
ing Supermen, captained by Al
Berkowitz. took the cellar-head-
success of this fine project. We i im2 Demons, managed by Jack
hope next summer to do even
Yom Kippur Dance
At the last meeting of the
board of directors, Charles Blau
was appointed chairman of the
Post Yom Kippur dance, an an-
nual affair, which will be held
Sunday, October 13. Reserve this
date. More details later. The
Y. W. H. A. appointed Mrs. Essie
Maurice Grossman, our execu-
tive director, announces that he
is prepared to accept lists for
rooms, apartments, and board
from those persons who can fur-
nish such accommodations. Sim-
ply write a letter to Mr. Gross-
man stating particulars. There
is no charge for this service, just
Apte, and captained by Hal Lev-
inson, into camp in three straight
games. The last game, a heart-
breaker, was lost by only one
pin. The other games of the
night saw Sammy Seitlin bowl
a high 344 set for the night to
help the Blackies defeat the
Rangers two out of three games.
While the Silverstreaks, captain-
ed by Abe Silver, defeated the
Bombers of Abe Berkowitz, two
out of three games. Only three
weeks of play remain before the
tournament will be over. Sam
Tendrich continues to lead the
boys with a 103 average for 36
Following are the high indi-
vidual leaders and team leaders:
High Individual Games
Al Berkowitz .... _................... 133
Sam Tendrich ... 131
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene-
fit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon
the continued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates
for next week's issue should be In the office bv Wednesday morning.
To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as
The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141, which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to servo any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
I1KTH JACOB HKHREW SCHOOL
open every week In the year and
Sunday Sessions begin Sunday
morning, October 20, r.'tn, ending
Sunday morning, May 25th, 1941.
EVERY MONDAY MORNINGTern-
pie Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kap-
EVERY MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
H. A. bowling games.
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular mewt-
ing of Sholem Uodge B'nai B'rith.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING Y.
W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubrooms.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
Miami Section Legislation ajid
Study Groups at the home of Mrs.
C. H. Adler.
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
ilassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4
K M. at Temple Israel Vestry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B'nai B'rith bowling games at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:30 p. m.
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinosa Forum at 3 o'clock, On
the lawn of Dr. Abraham WolfaMi's
home. 10G9 Collins Ave., Miami
a Y. M. H. A. accommodation. Sam SeitThT 129
Your membership wouldn't hurt Al Reisman 125
Herman Waitsman 124
1Workmen's Circle National
21st Annual Conference, at
1Florida State Federation of
Movie Night September 22
Reserve this date on your cal-
endar. Herman Waitsman has
just returned from an extensive
trip out West and has taken pic-
tures of many interesting feat- .
ures and projects. These will! Sam Scltlin
be shown together with moving J*arrv Schwartz
Harry Schwartz ........123
Guy Goldsmith .....................122
Sol Levin ................120
High Individual Set
Al Reisman .............352
Al Berkowitz 348
20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregatioa
20Pioneer Womens Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
B'nai B'rith Lodges Conven- 27Beth Jacob Religious School
tion at Hollywood Beach Ho- Induction Exercises,
tel. Hollywood, Florida. 28_gr- Hadassah Installation
2Florida State Federation of Brunch in Cromwell Hotel
B nai B nth Lodges Conven- Gardens
^AffiJ&MfS* H" 30-Nat'l. Council Jewish Worn-
en Miami Section Board
ties during the year.
Boat Ride September 15
The boat ride that was origin-
counsellors who helped make a ally scheduled for Sunday. Aug-
great success of the camp: Mrs. ust 11th and which was post-
Leon Lieberman. chairman of poned because of the weather,
the Home Camp committee; Mr. j will take place Sunday evening.
Leon Lieberman. treasurer; Herb 1 September 15th. A few tickets
Cohen, chief counsellor; Mrs. Es-
sie Schaffer. musical director;
Frances Ginsberg. arts and
1 rafts instructor; Mrs. Maurice
ijrossman, kindergarten; Miss
Naomi Grossman, camp journal;
Dr. Harold Rand, camp physi-
cian: Mrs. Joel Belov. librarian:
Miss Harriet McCune. story-tell-
er: Bob Epstein, cartoonist; Mrs.
Milton A. Friedman, dancing in-
structor; Mrs. Cecil Tannen-
baum. costumes; Mr. Joe Schaf-
fer. costumes; Hope Ellen Tan-
nenbaum and Marion Waldman.
dramatics, and the following
counsellors: Messrs. Nathan Ar-
onovitz. Alvin Gluckman. Teddy
Sackowitz, Melvin Schaffer. and
the Misses Charlotte Leider,
Ruth Rosenfeld, Velma Abrams.
Rita Futerfas, Elaine London.
Phylis Schulman. Madelyn
Schulman, Rita Grossman. Pearl
Ginsberg. Mrs. Ann Ballard.
Mrs. Nat Greenberg, and Mrs. J.
The following prizes were
awarded by Mrs. Leon Lieber-
man: for the best all-round sen-
ior boy camper. Meyer Green-
berg; senior girl. Mona Pastroff;
best all-round junior boy, Stan-
ley Sterling; junior girl. Estelle
Greenberg. Honorable mention
goes to Don Wray, Allan Kush-
en, Eddie Pastroff, Fred Scher,
Donna Feldman, Alicia Gulkis.
The Y. M. H. A. takes this
means of thanking the general
public for the fine cooperation
and support it has given the
Home Camp. By so doing, we
were enabled to make a complete
pictures taken of the "Y" activi- Murry Streit ... 336
Joe Berman 333
Sam Tendrich 332
Herman Waitsman 330
The Team Standings
Ask Your Local
For the Best
It Costs No More
are still available. Call the Y. Rangers
M H. A. and make your reserva- Demons
tions. Phone 3-4012. Blackies
News 'Round Town
Mr. Isaac Joffe, newly appoint- Player
ed executive director of the Fed- Sam Tendrich
eration, and his wife will be hon- j Sam Seitlin
ored by the Y. M. and Y. W. H. I Al Berkowitz .
A. with a reception on Septem- 1 Hal Levinson
ber 8th at the "Y." Save this Al Reisman
date ... A new member was ad- 1 Harry Schwartz
ded to the rolls of the house com- ; Abe Berkowitz
mittee in the person of Sidney! Abe Winer _
KraftNice going Sid ... A fine I Murray Streit
tribute was paid the Y. M. H. A. j Louis Spector
by Major Libby, commander of; H. Waitsman
the McAllister Post Home Guard Joe Berman
for the splendid cooperation we IL. Margolis ..
have evidenced to date. A check Sol Levin
for $25.00 was contributed to this ; H. Berkowitz
patriotic cause plus increasing \ Abe Silver
enlisting from the Y. M. H. A. j Julie Spector
to more than fifty of our mem- [ Sam Beckman
bers Take advantage of this Leo Lipowsky
opportunity and join the McAl- : Irving Querido
lister Post now. Phone 3-4012 for W. Mackauf
details. Leroy Feldman
The "Y" entered their Civic M^y Mayers
League team and their Beach I Murray Apte
team in the Gold Ball Tourna- 1 g- Goldsmith
ment sponsored by the Miami Nat Blumberg
Daily News. Many of you folks j Silverman
will remember that "YMHA" was Jack Apte
the first winner of this trophy. Jr'1"! <->aryett
In connection with the athletic ". Rosenthal
department Lou Safan. chair-' J^'s Wilson
man. has sent out letters to W. Liberoff
about twenty different organiza- *rank KT0S''
tions in the south, including Marvin Rubin
Cuba, in preparing our 1940-41 : Hairy Kamins
basketball schedule on a home Lou batan
and home basis. Any person, A1 uufiU'r
not a citizen of the United States Geo. Wolpert .
is urged to go to their nearest Ueo. Davis
- M. Friedman .
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2Workmen's Circle National
21st Annual Conference, at
3Workmen's Circle National
21st Annual Conference, at
5Zionism meeting 8 p. m. at
Beth David Talmud Torah.
8Reception tendered by the Y.
M. H. A. to Mr. and Mrs
Isaac Joffe, newly elected
director of Greater Miami
15Y. M. H. A. boat ride aboard
15Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation,
all day picnic at Hardie's ca-
15Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation,
Evening of Games.
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
1And every Friday thereafter
through the month of April,
Nat'l. Council of Jewish Wo-
men Miami Section, general
10Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
24Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami, Literary evening.
24Beth David Sisterhood Barn
Dance and Fair.
26Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
27Nat'l. Council Jewish Wom-
en Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
15-M. BLHabonoth Meeting ev- ""^^S^SSSSL ^""ff
Dance at Hollywood Beach
Junior Hadassah Annual
Thanksgiving Turkey Trot.
4Nat'l. Council Jewish Wom-
en General Meeting 2 p. m.
ery Monday night starting
17Freda Markowitz Post No.
174 J. W. V. and Auxiliary
Boat Ride, Seven Seas.
22Moving Picture Night at Y
25Nat'l. Coun. Jewish Women 22A. Z. A. Sweetheart Dance.
Miami Section opening Fall 26M. B. Habanoth Chanukah
meeting. Board Meeting 10 Entertainment.
a. m. followed by luncheon 28Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jey-
and general meeting. jsh Orthodox Congregation.
OCTOBER 28Beth Jacob Religious School
5M. B. Mizrachi, Men and Wo- Chanukah Affair.
men's Divisions, Opening 29M. B. Mizrachi Latkch party.
meeting. 29Pioneer Women's Organiza-
13Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Yom tion for Palestine of Greater
Kippur Dance. Miami. Chanukah Latkeh
14Sr. Hadassah all day Board and Card Party.
meeting at home of Mrs. 29Beth David Sisterhood Cha-
Samuel Simonoff, president. nukah Dinner.
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Ten Leading Pin Topplers
Sam Tendrich 3709
Al Berkowitz 3639
Harry Schwartz 3551
Abe Berkowitz 3482
Murray Streit 3462
Hal Levinson 3310
Walt Mackauf 3309
Leroy Feldman 3293
Sol Levin 3263
Murry Apte 3228
IN EACH OF THESE 36 CITIES
Hol.li locol.d in r.tort cm*, slightly highor ratal
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37 OF THEM AIL NAMED "GILBERT"
AMERICA'S ONLY STATUE TO RELIGIOUS LIBERTY
With human freedom being destroyed everywhere these days, liberty-
loving Americans have discovered a new shrine of freedom in the 15-
foot Statue to Religious Liberty (which stands in Fairmount Park.
Philadelphia, not far from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell)
a gift of B'nai B'rith to the people of the United States on the cen-
tennial of American independence in 1876.
the leaves that grew on it in all
the hundred years. I am like one
of these leaves. That's all I am.
In an autumn I shall wither and
blow away and join all the leaves
that have blown away and ming-
led with the earth.
If I thus realized my import-
ance the pain of the current mo-
ment wouldn't hurt me so
much. .So my tree tells me.)
But I say yesbut these hor-
rible, ruthless changes that are
going on in the world! They
make me almost wish that a wind
would come and blow me away
with the leaves so that I might
mingle with the earth.
In the whispering of my tree I
hear the reply: I'm a queer guy.
I accept humbly all the changes
that time and vicissitude cause
in myself, but I resent the world
changing. I get old and wrinkled
and gray and I am no longer the
gay fellow the girls admired. I
take all that, saying, well, that's
the way it goes.
But I can't tolerate the world
changing. I insist that the world
must remain as it was in my
youth and in the youth of my par-
ents and grandparents. If I
looked at the changing world as
I look at my graying head I
would take it all as philosophic-
ally. Well, so it goes. I must
change and the world must
change. Out of my graying head
comes something of wisdom and
peace adorns my wrinkling coun-
tenance. Perhaps by the travail
of change the world, too. will
come in time to wisdom and
peace. (This is what I get from
the whispering of the tree.)
Nevertheless. I hope for some
miraculous turn that will bring
everything back to the old ways
I tune in with the hopeful idea
of hearing that the British air
force has driven all the Nazis
back when- they came from
(Though I am horribly fearful it
may all be over fur the worst be-
fore this is printed.)
I tune in and got the bright
Schwanda polka. That's better.
President of Fifth District B'nai
B'rith and Main Speaker at the
Luncheon Sunday at the Con-
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
tree that treats all people alike.
I have seen its strong body bow
in the wind as old men do be-
fore God in the synagogue. It
gives me a great deal of comfort
in these troubled times, especial-
ly when I doze and understand
It tells me there may be a bet-
ter time in a hundred years. This
tree itself has stood on this spot
some hundreds of years and
knows that a hundred years are
only like spring, summer, aut-
umn and winterso quick.
"A hundred years!" I exclaim.
"I can't wait that long. I'll prob-
ably not be here in a hundred
years anyway. I just can't wait
that long for a better time."
My whispering tree replies
that my trouble is that I am too
presumptuous. I. like all other
people, exaggerate my import-
ance. I should realize that my
time on earth is but a fraction of
1 an instant in the pool of time. I
lam but an infinitesimal speck of
all the dust.
Or, to put it in another way.
says the tree: 1 should count all
Director of the
monies of the
I. Levin Class
to be inducted
at B'nai B'rith
at the Holly-
wood Beach Ho-
tel, Sunday. Sep-
Anyone having: articles of
clothing, furniture, etc. that
are not belnit used or needed,
please cooperate with the toa-
dies Auxiliary of the Jewlsn
Welfare Bureau. and send
these articles to the RUM-
MA';K STORE maintained oy
It You Cannot Bnno These
at 167 N. W. 5th St.
Mn. L. J. Hartz. 27135
Mrs. Morris Dubler. 53517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5.4269
Jewish Welfare Office. 3-5377
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 2.1864
and they will be called for
J. ARON ABBOTT
President of Sholem Lodge,
Host for the Convention
Walterson Body Works
J. V. Walteron. Prop.
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The nationwide movement to
place an American Flag in every
American home is being spon-
sored in Dade County by the
South Florida Crippled Child-
ren's Hospital. A small margin
of the profit goes to the main-
tenance fund. Everyone is urged
; to purchase one of these flags
and aid the Hospital. Further
| information may be had by con-
tacting the South Florida Crip-
pled Children's Society at 660
I West Flagler Street, Miami.
Each Person ReceWts
Call For Appoinussnt
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J. M. LIPTON, President
I The marriage of Miss Minna
i I Nankin, daughter of Mr. A. Nan-
kin of Ft. Lauderdale. to Louis
Sklar of Ft. Lauderdale will be
held Sunday, September 12th in
Miami with Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman officiating. Miss Nan-
jkin is a sister of Mr. M. N. Nan-
kin of Miami. The couple will
take a honeymoon trip through
the state after which they v. ill
reside in Ft. Lauderdale.
PIONEER WOMEN SEND
$25,000 TO PALESTINE
New York (WNS)Since the
war has spread through the Med-
iterranean, affecting the Near
East, including Palestine, the Pi-
oneer Women's Organization, a
national organization for the
working women in Palestine,
has raised an emergency fund
of $25,000 and cabled the sum to
the Working Women's Council in
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