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The Jewish Floridian ( June 26, 1936 )

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<#*Jewish Florid tin COMB M*C T/he Jewish Unity JAiL QsuxrxjJk VJsLoSkSbg Vll l. _No. 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1986 Price Five Cents The World's Window 'Catastrophe Become* History" Urge World Jewry Temple Israel Nazi Racial Laws B'nai B'rith to To Aid Palestine Adds New Rabbi Void in America Picnic Sunday By I IDWIG LEVVISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement on this copyright will be prosecuted. "Ludwig Lewisohn, whose literal y criticism is a rare treat to those who look for guidance in their reading, reviews here Marvin l.owenthal's last book. Libraries will, of course, be written on that resurgence of pagan barbarism which, among many other destructive effects, has overwhelmed the Jews of Germany. They themselves, this comparatively minute group of human beings, will be for many centuries to come Symbol, mystery, organon or tool fur apperceiving the historic processes and the meaning—if they have any—of these processes. For nper, the achievements and Fate of this group of Jews were indeed extraordinary. The majority of them dedicated themutterly to the civilization of their adopted country and produced within that civilization values illustrious than any eomparroup has ever in all history ed within the substance of an idopted civilization. A minorthem, however, clung to the tradition, culture of their and under the general name of VVissenschaft des Judentums produced from Zunz and Geiger on to Muliei and Rosenzweig the part of the apparatus which possible the modern Jewish sance. They destroyed and heir people at the same time. Whether they lived primarily aGermans or as Jews, they lived with the highest degree of fruitfulness. Of these achievements no adequate account has yet been written. On the general history of the I Germany up to and beyond agic year 1988 there are now me, in addition to others noted earlier in this column, two of signal excellence: "The of Germany: A Story of Six1 enturiea," by Marvin Lowenthal (Jewish Publication Society of America), and Bilanz der Deutach'" ludenheit (balance sheet of German Jewry), by Arnold Zweig (Quei ido-Verlag, Amsterdam). • For the American reader, Jew or Gentile, Marvin Lowenthal's book is Dv far the most valuable that has hitherto appeared or is likely to for a long time. Lowenthal Was always a clear and felicitous Writer. In this work the greatness '' his subject has taken a deep "M "ii him; his style has risen With this subject; the gravity of instance treated has caused Mm to drop the antiquated Voltair'" humor to which he was for•'•' addicted. His book has addignity and poise; he '' With calm judgment, with (Continued on Page 8) Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) The Jews of the world were called upon to mobilize their forces for "well-balanced political effort and strengthened constructive endeavor" to protect the Jewish position in Palestine in a message from the Jewish Agency Executive addressed to an extraordinary conference of Polish Jewry in Warsaw to consider the present disturbed situation in Palestine, at which David ben Gurion is the principal figure. The message read as follows: "We greet your conference from our defense positions in our assailed stronghold. We appreciate your rally amodst the trials and tribulations of Polish Jewry as evidence of your Zionist convictions that the redemption of our people throughout the Diaspora is linked with the consummation of our ideals here. We face a severe ; testing, as the Jewish community undergoes the dangers threatening the future of our work. We dcI sire to warn against unwarranted panic and complacency. May our national will power be exerted to | the utmost in an energetic but 1 well balanced political effort and strengthened constructive endeavor. "The Jewish community, which has been keeping uninterrupted vigils at its watch posts during the past two months, and our colonization work, require the mobilization of all sections of Jewry 'or an immediate consolidation of effort. Our victims and our losses only strengthen our determination to hold our ground and to carry ion our work with redoubled vigor so that we may render the structure of the Jewish National Home impregnable. The distress of the Diaspora makos it imperative to launch a political offensive to es1 tablish the right of free settlement in Palestine for large numbers of 1 Jews against all restrictive tenden1 cies. With the help of the entire 'Jewish people, we are confident : that we will emerge from our trials invigorated and restrengthened, resolutely striding onward toward our goal." Rabbi Colman Zwitman, protege of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and graduate of Dr. Wise's Jewish Institute of Religion in New York, has accepted the position of assistant rabbi and educational director of Temple Israel in Miami, it was announced Wednesday by Herbert U. Feibelman, president of Temple Israel. This position was offered to Rabbi Zwitman by the hoard of trustees of Temple Israel, following the rabbi's appearance as guest speaker at the Temple on June 12. Rabbi Zwitman. a former student at New York University, Columbia University. Hebrew Teachers' New York (WNS) Germany's Plans have been completed for anti-Semitic laws have no legal what promises to be one of the standing in the United States, even outstanding events of the current in cases involving a German corsummer season in South Florida. poration, it was declared by SuSholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith will prcme Court Justice William T. hold its annual picnic at Las Olas Collins in a ruling in which he Casino, Ft. Lauderdale, Sunday, granted permission to Marcel M. | June 28th, beginning at a. m. and Ilolzer, a German Jewish refugee, to sue the German State Railways in New York for $50,000 damages lasting throughout the day. The Palm Beach lodge will be guests of the local lodge and a number of because he was dismissed from his j contests will be played between job as non-Aryan and sent to a representatives of the two organiconcentration camp. Holier, who j zations. A tug of war, baseball was a transportation expert for the ] games, fat men's and women s German Railways before the ad. races, and athletic contests for vent of the Nazi regime, is seek1 men, women and children are part ing damages because he claims the of the program of the day. ReGerman firm broke a contract with him and discharged him solely bei a use he is a Jew. The defendants sought to dismiss the suit on the grounds that the New York state courts were without jurisdiction because the German government, which owns %  German Railways, has sovereign immunities and cannot be sued, because the contract with freshments will be provided free of charge by the local lodge for members and guests of the organization. In charge of arrangements are Messrs. Milton Friedman, William Friedman, Nathan Adelman, Elry Stone, I. Levin and Henry Nadelweiss. The picnic will also afford members of the Miami and Palm Beach lodges an opportunity to discuss B'nai B'rith work Cantor Causes Synagogue Riot New York (WNS)—Worshipers at Congregation Beth Sholom, RABBI ( III.MAN ZWITMAN ., prisoner was done under duress Hebrew Union Adopts Budget Atlantic City (WNS) A budget I of $198,669 for 1986-37 was adopted by the executive board of the 'Union of American Hebrew Congregations at its semi-annual Hireling here. The budget included appropriation! of 872,631 for the executive board, $82,42.) for the de, nartment of synagogue and schoo I extension. $17,320 for the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, 17,696 for the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods and $"," 796 for the Mew York office The hoard also voted to establish S commi ttee on social justice in conjunction with the Centra] e nC e of American Rabbis and call< %  on its 28.! member congregations building Beth Zion Temple oi Johnstown, l'a.. which was sen[ouely damaged in the recent flood. College ami the Jewish Institute of Religion, has for the last year served as rahhi of the community Of Minefields. W. Ya. lie has had unusual success in organizing Bmal| Jewish communities within a radius of one hundred miles of Hlucficlds into a cohesive whole: these communities now function as the Association of Congregations ol Souihern West Virginia, with Rabbi Zwitman as spiritual adviser. At Dr. Wise's Institute of Religion, Rabbi Zwitman was an outstanding student, winning prizes in Talmudic studies, Biblical studies and Hebrew literature. Rabbi Zwitman is also a capable ora tor, having won several oratorica | medals at New York I Diversity. Rabbi Zwitman was a delegate ,„ ,he recently conducted National Jewi8h Congress in Washington. DC and had the honor oi being elected a delegate to the World Jewieh Congress, to be held in Geneva, Switzerland, from August Hth until August 16th. He is sailing for Europe on .he SS Rex on June 27th; he plans to M to Palestine, where his father Iiv ,. s „, present, for a summer course of study. Rabbi Zwitman will return to .hicountry early in JP^J d -,„„, to come immediately to Miami in -der to assume hi. new duties, m addition to serving a educational director and a. rabbi, Dr. Zwitman will be en K .ged in social welfare work m immunity. The you,,, rabbi is a Rotanan llol/.ei was made under the laws for the coming year in this area. of Germany and abrogated under | the laws of the same country, and because Marcel had accepted payment in full while he was in a concentration camp. On the lirst point Judge Collins ruled that it was ap ,.. a jury to decide_ the ^ ^ (mhodox synaKOgue question Oi sovereignty. The third Saturday's services l "" n mBde V 1,1 wh't nder the protection of a squad of ruled out on the ground ttot what. ^ ^ ^ .„ ,„ restore order after a crowd of Kill pious young Jews had created and therefore illegal. demanding the re,„ rejecting the second point mo J 0 fMo8e80 i,her. the young Judge Collins castigated Nazi ant^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Semitism when he said whereas Bctw Burrtlng nto the gyna *ould '>-' offensive to the Ger^ Jmm ^ up man government, with which we £J ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ pu „ are at peace, to presume to control otoher rff ^ ^.^ platfo ,. m or dictate or regulate the policies ^ rf ^ worgniper8 )f the German government within ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ po ice> otlK rs the borders of Germany, we are, ^ ^ ^ ^^ wom nevertheless, not obligated by the ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ law of the comity to enforce the disturbers. At the close law of Germany when its enlorce^^ oisher was escol te d „„„„ is sough, here contrary to ^ ^ ^ ^.^ whUe the our every sense oi Justice, iioerxj men whQ had created the and morality. In announcing ma dlgturbancM staKed an irnpr omptu result we are no. looking tor_tr0U^^.^.^ (>f protest in front ble. I', is the Reichsbahn that is Bynagogue The question at asking us to recognize and apply b tiw(iii the congregation liu German law to an action, pend^^ ^ ^ younj; Jew> js ing here, and we answer let us ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ see whether our public policy enahles us to do what you ask. In ,0 doing we are m no wise seeking I„ interfere with the internal affairs of Germany. We are not at the moment concerned with the conscience of Germany, but with our public policy to an action pend Twenty Nations to Attend Refugee Parley Geneva (WNS)—Twenty nations have already accepted inviour public pobcy to an action pern., ^.^ ^ particJpBte in th „ nter ing here because the policy or uer-1 ttoM] conference on Germ an numv so shockingly conflicts witn ... %  ,, h many so shocking^ ours. refugees, which will be held here I on July 2nd under the auspice^ of | the League of Nations. Prague (WNS)—All Jewish sports organizations in Czechoslovakia have agreed not to permit their members to participate in the Berlin Olympics, despite the fact h a, Czechoslovakia is officially entered in tiie games. Nazis Ban Quintuplet Film Because Jewess Wrote It Paris (WNS) Because Sonya Levien, a Jewess, wrote the sce,, ,. the American film, "The try Hoc! or." which features Dionne quintuplets, has been 1. being a guwu si~. Germany, wcordtog to constantly in demand on the publh bann^ a ^ ^ Tage81 eitung. rostrum. .„„!, being a gifted speaker, is



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if Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June III The first executive board meeting of Junior Hadassah will be held Monday evening. June 'J'.'th. at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ann GroasniVl, president. The address is H>04 Michigan ave.. Miami Beach. All board members are urged to attend. el SOCIETY H> 26 11)36 In addition to Congress,^ cox, the audience in B ay f ron( hear the president ma k e (,, dress of acceptance mately 10 p. m. I approxi. from Franklin Field in Philadelphia. vh ^T ris Rubin. Harry Kaufman. Ida Las. Saturdav night. June 80th, <* %  *"?** £ MjJTS, Sa,i>, G. Rose and Morris Publer. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman, 1087 S. W. 20th ave., their daughter. Rosalind Friedman, was tendered a graduation an,! farewell party. Dancing was enjoyed during the evening. A buffet supper was served at a late hour. Milton A. Friedman, brother of the honoree, presided at the festive board. Among those present were: Betty Markowitz. Muriel Pallot, Lil Markowitz. Natalie Pallot. Janet Karosik. France* Tobias. Rose Levin, Esther Cromer, Don Levy, Ed Roth. Lew Stein. Morty Fay. Lew Saphon, Harry Schwartz. Artie Steinhardt, Larry Schwartz. George Reichgott, Harry Ritchie. Ralph Grossman and A! Pallot. • • • Mrs. William Flman and daughter. Jo Ann. are visiting Nassau, Bahamas, for a two months' vacation. While there they are the guest! of Mrs. Klman's father. Mr. David Warschoff. • • • Mist Rosalind Fi i< In an, — tei of Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman, an honor graduate at Mia High school, will leave torn rrow SS. Algonquil for an extended vacation in New York. • • Cai %  and Mrs. M. F. Tobias ol S W. Second st., returned from .-. II la) -' • ..:, While away they att< departi ent enca m •" • • %  •. L'nit %  %  • : Spanish Veterans a: Ocala. • Mr. an I Mrs. Si Inej Mey i w ... eavi ...;. f :• th< \ rth. They will be a t heir two daughters, Bai bara an i Patsy. Barbara will attend Camp AccoMe., while Patsy will remain in N Car ilina at Camp Fagles Nest near Brevard. Mr. and Mrs. Meyei will tour I N rtl and Canada bef n return%  M ami. • • • Th Ladies' Auxiliary of the M an lewis i lox i ngi ega. will hold an important meet• -:• nag gu< • • m Tutlay eginning at 8 k All mi .. irgred i Mrs. 1. Tannenbaum and daughters. Belle and Carolyn, will leave Wednesday by auto for a visit to New York, from where she will by Mrs. Bertha Be.kow.eh Levy, | will be moved for the occasion. *. sail for Europe on the SS. Queen with Mrs. Bert Friedman, counselfore the addresses, a stage ,W Mary She will be away two lor, in charge. The train wilj arwill be presented featuring tab. Washington Wednesday, from the Royal Palm Club, *Vh through the months. rive in July 1st. at 12:45 p. m., at which is being; furnisher Mr and Mrs. Harry S. Levy and time the Camp Wohelo special bus courtesy of Arthur Childers" Bernard Lew and' M rs. Levy's will meet all Washington and George B. Hills, chairman of, fc NcwYexk ( ''tv""The"v'will be'ac mother. Mrs. Rudolph Tannenbaum, southern campers. finance division of the Democr,,* companied by Miaa Rosalyn Daum, are visiting Mrs. A. 11. Petyan in Aunt Bertha will accompany this national executive committee and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Daum, Dania. bus to camp and will wire all parin charge of the statewide ratt*. and Mr. Harry Keinberg. Mist enta upon arrival. Daum is expected to return to the Mr, and Mrs. David Alper city during August. said ville in an interview that Florida > n Jacksonundoubted Miami Beach left Sunday for New Final plans for the Roosevelt would meet its $100,000 quote i York. wh>r, they will sail on SatNominators rally, to take place in by the committee. Mr. Hyman S. Jacobs, prominent urday for Europe. They expect to | Bayfront Park Saturday night, Many of the smaller cities of fc communal worker of Atlanta. C,a.. be gone three months and will visit were completed today (Friday) by state, which also will hold ROOK. first vice-president of District in England. Russia. France. Bel, the executive committee, of which velt Nominator rallies Saturday Grand Lodge No. 6, arrived here gium and Italy. Mayor A. D. H. Foaaey is chairare reporting entire -ale of their to visit his father. Mr. A. Jacobs. man. original allotment. Bccordini to and his sister and her brother-inMr. and Mrs. Joseph Schonfeld A | ast m inute drive lor memberJohn D. Montgomery, state dirlaw. Mr. and Mrs. William Clein. returned from a month's visit at shi|)s is j n charge of Mrs. T. V. tor. • • Hot Springs. Ark. En route home Moore, Dade County Democratic At a meeting of the B'nai B'rith they stopped to visit relatives in comm jt, ( t .woman. who predicts that At a recent meeting of the Youn? lodge held Tuesday evening, plans Birmingham. Miami will exceed the 15.000 quota Women's Hebrew Association plans wen adopted for the formation of' • get for this area. Membership in were announced for an all-day pic. a .Uwish Students' Union at the Miss Emily Salm ol Sew York tni Roosevelt Nominators, a nanic to be given by the Young Mert University of Florida and the Uniand Mist Sylvia Tobias, daughter tional organization designed to pro* Hebrew Association July 12th, wita versity of Miami. In charge of t Capt. and Mrs, M. F. Tobias, I mote tne reflection of the presiMiss Sarah Lent-man. Abe Berkothe formation of plans is Mr. Mil763 S. W. Second St., have arrived t j t nt w j|] entitle admission to Baywitz and Larry Schwartb in charge ton A. Friedman, who was named to spend the summer in Miami. man of this activity for the state of Florida by the District Miss Gladys Abens n, whose Grand Lodge of the order. A com. marriage to Philip Seidenberg will mittee of five n esental %  • guests attended. The tea table, L'-shaped, was centered with a mound of rosei and yellow asters, and garlands of smilax. Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Fisher of The Ladies' Aux i • ing. • • Memb rs of the National Council the of Jewish Juniors will give I lev Wi fan Bureau is -• nannual house party today and Satsoring a enefit lui n Monurday at the Biarritz Hotel, Miami lay. July 6th. at the Sout if. Bea This event will open the etei ... Reservati ns ma} program for new members. Girls rith any of 1 ers of the ng as guests of thecouncil irrai will register at thehotel Saturday I Mesdames aften when a committee will bs, R. 11. Miles, Mora .. program of act Thecouncil will have open house at 9 ;. m. Sunday and an orch< sIng. Miss Ida EngU r, chairman of the housi is in charg< rangements. Assisting are Miss Betty Greenberg, Mrs. Gertrude Lear, Mrs. Bi • %  C ein, Miss Ida • %  Miss Rena Nwl • rg and THK KRIDE COMES HOME Miss R K local lodge to join with similar committees from every lodge in the state to fost< r this work. • • • A meeting for the purpose of iter Miami Hebrew 1-tut wk eh will ha-. tes and aims the establishment of a Talmud Torah indent of synagogues, will be call* I the early part of July. PromMiami Beach will leave on Sunday inent Jewish citizens and several for a motor trip to NewYork, of the Iscal rabbis have • nted where Dr. Fisher will enter upon % %  %  • fact ess than fiveper a courseof post-graduate work, cent of the Jewish children of They will stop off at HendersonGreater Miami receive a Jewish reville, N. c. wherethey will be training at the present joined by their attractivedaughtime, and havevolunteered to form ter. Marjory, who has spent the rganization and have already month of June at Camp Pinnacle, pledged funds for the purposeof establishing this institute before The annual meeting of the en: ; -.. next school season begins, tire membership of Beth DaviJ %  %  •• sted in this work areI : was held as) week, urged : I their names to the at which time the board of %  "'" A F and they will be tors for the coming yeat was electied of thetime and placi of ed. The meeting was %  rfiyoti Sun.-Mon.-Tues.. June 28-29-30 Claudette Colbert Fred MacMurra)—Robert Young a dinner served in the Talmud Torah Hall. Mr. Sidney II. Pa esideni %  .. %  gation, presented a report showing tha thefirst time all debts and .urrent obligations had been paid and the budget of thecongregation met in full. A re-solution of thanks was voted to Mr. Palmer for his -.: cessful efforts n behalf of the ition. Directors elected %  • Messrs. Abe Kront i August. Leo Ackerman, Louis ''" '• S. 11. Palmer, Jack Pal1 tt. Xat Zalka, 11. H. Farr, s. i: Sam Seitlin, Stanley C. M> 7 tK AV6NU£ Sun.-Mon.. June 2-2!< Jean Harlow Spencer Trac) RIFFRAFF Miss Mary Barber of 1152 N. W. iting fi m an mderwent reii f • • Em at N 175 0 E. S. • • • M lly Weinsti; in : ft f GREYHOUND LINES FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION DL 101.) ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM i, 0-loIZ GRETHOU1ID TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH Washington Ave & Fifth St. Mill %  rs and Harry Markowitz. A meetI the board of directors, held v ') night, resulted in th. I officers being named: Abe Kron, nfe-ld. president; Jack August, rice-president; Leo Ackerman, secretary, and Louis Weinkle, The officers will ., stalled at form:, during the early fall. liar Friday evening -. will be held at Kaplan Hall tok. when bl :i "' read in Kaplan Hall, rhese bri.-f Friday evening ices will he continued during the summer. Tuesday morning. June 30th, it lock, all campers will meet at the Seaboard Airline Railway m Miami and leave for Camp Wohelo. owned and directed AQUI SE HABLA ESPANOl !J*i*H..i-iii.::U*SSSS;-... .98 f n& SPORT ENSEMBLE of a confetti sanforized pattern cotton In solid backgrounds of yellow, pink or aqua sprinkled with tiny figures in contrasting colors. Shorts and shirt tailored in one piece with button trim. 12 to 20. BEACHWBAR THIRD FLOOR



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Friday. JuneMjWM pjewist fioridmn *-* PLOiUDASOra.Y.'EWI.'WWliiaLLY THE J IEVVISH FLORIDIAN MIAMI' Page Three Newa Tower Bldg. W ISth Avenue PUBLISHED KVKKY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 1971 Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: Phone 2-5304 PhoiM 2-11*3 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, litor l'ltKD K. SHOCHBT, Ctrculfttlo MiinuKer CANTOR BORIS SCL'IAC Field Representati. [AN Refugee German Jewish Girls Who Will Face the World as Dairymaids NOTES B) HARRY SCHWARTZ ,, i eliM matter July 4. 198*. t th Post Office at Miami, Florida, een.l.-r the Act ..f March 3. IHT'.I. „, [.KTKRSBURG MRS ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO I!. J. COHEN nilative TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION o SI.Il I Friday, June 2I>. 1936 Vol. 9— No. 2 Talmud Torah Kneged Kulom For several months a movement has been crystallizing in Greater Miami for the establishment of a Hebrew institute. The proponents of this idea have urged that the community has failed to do its duty in one of the most basic and vital factors essential to the iife of Jewry, both here and throughout the entire world. The point has been made, and rightfully so, that less than five per cent of the youth of Greater Miami has been receiving a Jewish religious training. Even this small percentage has been receiving less than an hour's instruction daily, and some of these only an hour or two on Sunday. Need it be said that a community which has been doing itshare in philanthropic work generally certainly cannot he said to have accomplished anything at all unless and until it recognizes the need of educating its children, and even its adults It is about time that we throw aside our personal ambitions our pettv prejudices and rise above all these to establish that which all Jewry recognizes regardless of the fact that one is Orthodox. Conservative or Reform the paramount necessity of Talmud TorahThe Jewish Floridian will be happy to aid in such a movement. It urges all who ire interested to let us hear from them Immediate'y, so that they may be invited to attend a meeting which will be he d some time next week. There is an old axiom, namely, "A new broom sweeps better," and from all present indications the newly elected officers of the "Y" certainly are doing their part in furthering an established p r i n ciple. Our newly elected president, Al Rosenfeld, a n d Executive Director Boris Schlachman have set up a schedule of events for the memI ers and friends of the "V" that undoubtedly will receive itnecessary co-operation from one and all. A huife program that will cater not to a few, hut to all, will be your reward if you are a member of the "Y." It is not necessary for those of you who have not become members of the "Y" to wait until a membership drive is begun, Wednesday Isidor Cohen, prominent communal winker, spoke tu a capacity audience at the "V" clubrooms. This inaugurated the first of a series of cultural lectures under the new administration. Following is a schedule of .-vents that havebeen outlined for each of you. This Sunday a four-hour boat ride party on Biscayne Bay ithe occasion next in stunfor you. Sales are limited to the first fifty couples only, so get your tickets from Boris imw. Starting time is 8:30 p. m. on the boat Dixie, leaving the docks of City Yacht Basin, pier 7. An orchestra and entertainment will add to your pleasure on this jaunt. Tickets are $1.50 per ,-ouple. Jewish girls from Germany, deprived of an opportunity to ea-n a living in their native land will find a new means of livelihood as a result of their training at the "Nieuwe Sluis" Colony, near Wieringen. Holland which the Joint Distribution Committee helps maintain. Domestic cience, sewing, dairying and light gardening are being taught to hundreds of young women to make them occupationally fit for the new land to which the J. D. C. will help them to emigrate. The Joint Distribution Committee is now engaged in a national campaign for S3.500,000 to help carrv on this and other projects ages. Individual and team average 2mi: GAB II Ave. On Thursday. July 2nd. weather permitting, the "V" diamondball .cam will hold its previously cheduled danceand get-together at the Merry-Go-Rouitd night club. All proceedwill go towards the furthering of athleticevents for the "Y." Palestine The i'a'estine situation is extremely grave. Arab nationalists are determined to oush their claim without regard to casualties and without resoect for the Hritish authorities. For those who can read between the lines of Palestine dispatches, it is clear that the acts of terrorism by the Arabs are not sporadic or unorganized. They are part of a wellprepared campaign, which make one suspect that huropean military brains are adv'sing the Arab hoard of strategy. This suspicion gains confirmation when one realizes that for the first time in the historv of post-Kalfour Declaration I alestine the Arabs dare to attack the British military forces in open battle. The fight bv the Arabs against British has one aim: • he stoppage cf Jewish immigration and an assurance from official British quarters that a united Arabia will be facilitated by the British colonial office. Under these cirCMJstances one must visualize the uncontrovertible fact that ine Arab rioters, while shooting at British soldiers, aim at the ^eart of the Jewish people. Palestine, regardless of its political future, is todav the onlv haven of refuge for a large number of persecuted victims of Fascism and economic discrimination. To close the gates of Palestine would mean to condemn tens of thousands of Jews to economic starvation and political strangulation. ,., That the Zionist leadership must proceed in statesmanhke fashion is evident. That it must have in mind the Jewisn Pfople mere than theoretical Zionist ideology is unquestionab| e. That it should stress the humanitarian aspect 01 NM Present situation instead of political prestige everyone win agree. The resourcefulness, self-restraint and influence 01 'he Zionist leadership will be taxed t<| its utmost. Independence Pay will heobserved at the clubrooms July 5, Sacks, p 4 11 n 1.000 Goldstein (mgr.) 1 1 1 l.oou Schwartz, 2b 2 1 1 1.000 Lackawitz, leapt.) 10 36 13 .371 Golden, c .". 14 • i .357 Reisman, 2b 7 16 6 .312 Blumberg, U> 9 25 t .280 Lipowsky, cf 10 30 7 .2:t:! Frank, 3b to 28 6 .21 1 Thaler, rf !l 26 .' .192 Tendrich, sf 1 17 3 .177 Rose, ss Id 34 i; .17'i Mantell, p 3 ~ 1 .142 Grossman, rf ii 21 0 .142 Reichgott, c 6 19 2 .106 Berkowitz, p 4 11 1 .099 Segal, sf T 23 2 .087 We cordially welcome our many friends from surrounding cities and states who arccontemplating spending the summer in Miami to try and be herefor our all-day picnic and dance that will be held Sunday. July 12th, at the Sunny Isles Casino. Games and contests of every description have been planned for your amusement, starting with a ball game between the men's and women's divisions. Do not make other plans for this dale if you are seeking a full clay of pleasure. Talk it up among your friends and >ret your parents to attend also. as a treat is in store for the old folks as well as the young, like me! Diamondball News and Statistics for the First Ten (James Behind the masterful pitching of II v Sachs the "Y" hatted themw lveg to a 7 to o shutout victory over the first division Better foods team. The "V garnered '.| nit.off I he opposing pitcher and played errorless hall for the first time this season. Only three games remain to he played in the schedule of the first half and if the -V is to wind up in the first division two of those frames are to he won. Following are the hatting avcrThe Juniors anmaking progressivestrides in their efforts to make all their present members interested in their work by their fine social anil educational program being arranged by their program chairman. Larry Schwartz. Definite plans have been made for a lecture to hemade by -Mr. Kduarelo I p. Hernandez, Cuban consul, who will relate the sphatszeerin of the Jew in Cuba. The date for this on ii .Monday, July tith. and will he combined with a full evening of entertainment, plus refreshment-, all gratis. So much for this issue. The World's Window (Continued from Page 1) impeccable taste, with sober eloquence. The most excellent feature of his book is his thorough mastery of his enormously complicated material. For as every page shows and the bibliography further illustrates he has written on the basis of hroad and original research. Hence his volume is not only invaluable to the general reader, but a distinguished achievement in historiography. Lowenthal's conclusion, which will at once be asked for. is somber enough and altogether irrefutable-. It is this, that "the world can learn—if it will—that Jewish rights and universal human rights ; are inseparable." Or, as he puts it later: "The liberty of no individual can rise higher than its source; and this source is the general liberty of man." In a word, the tragic catastrophe to which German Jewry has been subjected means a breakdown of the central mechanism of human civilization itself. Every Jew who would, for the -akeof all mankind, resist that breakdown for the civilization within which he lives, must battle valiantly for his right to he with; in that civilization what he has meant to be and must stand shoulder to shoulder with other cultural minorities, seeing that the fate of theseminorities is the most exact gauge id' humanity and decency. • • Arnold Zweig's book is totally different in character from Lowenthal's. It is not a history; it is a treatise. It is an analysis of the German Jewish situation as part and example of the general problem of the psychology and the inter-relation of human groups. It illustrates once more the fact that groups as well as individuals arcsubject to both neuroses and psychoses, to ill-balance or to complete disequilibrium of the emotional and intellectual life. These group diseases are caused, precisely like diseases in the individual, by an unwillingness or inability to face reality as it has actually shaped itself. The disease consists in flight from fact, in the substitution of myths glorifying the patient, throwing his guilt upon a fictive enemy. Its final results in the case of either an individual or a group are utterly destructive and pretty completely predictable. Thus Zweig shows that for post-war Germany the Weimar republic was and represented harsh and tonicreality. Millions of Germans could not endure this reality. A psy(Continued on Page 5)



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Paste Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN .*! %  I Tampa Notes Harvey G. Wittner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wittner, left for camp. He celebrated his eleventh birthday anniversary last week an i will enter junior high school in the fall. STATEWIDE NEWS Jack ... student at the St. Petersburg Military Academy. i.spending the summer vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. Liebn u West Palm^eaci, Notes Beth Israel Sisterhood spo „ Sot(d a very successful card party day ni K ht at Schwarzkopf^ with Mrs. Sheril and Mr Barash co-hostessi Jack Jacksonville News St. Petersburg Notes Miss Jeanett M son, Mrs. S. Roaensteii Mr. Paul Kiratein, have r New York City, where she will attend \ n Prov. R. I.. Boston, Mat other cities. ;; %  i'l the Tamp.i i, National Council ol ish \v. m •.. held a junior fashion show w ln< la) June 17th. at the V. M. 11. A. nents made l: an orphanage were display children who acted as mod program "f music v*., .. Bokor, Margie Wolf. Yanya W Amchear. Libby Sega 11, Gena 1. Waterman, Lois Sandier, Betty Is. %  %  •>. 1 -.:•; %  .. Lucille K •Ira-. Marcus. Marilyn Levy. Ni II Israelson, Florence Makler, Jean : Margie Segall. Harris, i Mi. ;.Harris ceremoi :.. M. P. M lis of I ... %  i a %  %  le's ivitnes Mr. Mrs. A M i -. K i:• :. Fla. Orlando Notes Miss Maxine Braverman left iy to spend the summer in the i ;ill mountains. Mr. and Mrs. George Haniand daughters are spending several — monthin New York and will reher, Mr. turn to Orlando in the fall, at! H. Pr 'Ms wet, awarded and delicious refreshmZl served. A joint monthly ,„,.,,;„,, held Wednesday nighl at 8 „\ M at the home of Mr. and Mrs s Kapner. Cards were p]ayed the meeting. Irving Moss, m dent of the congri gat n, vrai m sented with a hand %  nm ognition of untirii : ,| urj his administration, Bess Gi %  %  -. left f"r Mr. and Mrs. I.. Jacob and family are vacationing at Daytona Beach for the summer. Mr. Ben Halper is in Chicago n e wina imying trip. • M: • Mr. Ansel Harris Mr. and Mr-. S. Sir the engagt ment ..: marriage of tl Louis, • Miss Lee Sack* roff i I New York City. Th< age w ill take place August !' ; ::: in New York Cit; Mr. Ha > si mai i .his He was nttendi his pa ... I uncle, M Mrs. J %  Afti: thi ei i m nj I were it the ad. f M and Mrs. Talis i a i • .'..-.. Mr. and I their iring the ev< i the state, ey will b< al Is in Ja k>m illc. f Miami is spending two weeks in Orlando visv king his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. M ;.:. were \| Hani-. lance %  ""Mr. and Mrs. I. X. liurman reMondaj turned yesterday from a trip to Mrs. .1. Leo Radi spending! few days in West m Beach. Ski is staying at the Monterey Hotel. i Mrs. .lack Barash and daughter. Esher, left for a -:... at Atlantic Beach to visit her mother. Albert Barash went as far as Jacksonville, then t.i camp in the < arolina mountains. %  %  Mr. Iren, Mr. and Mrs. Witti Fla. Mi. an I >hs. i on L. Haliczer he birthday of S '.ia. Saul • nt SunN\ wly • fficers of 1 Mei Club and the will test at a dinnet to be given by the i June 24th. Horn Dr. Fred L s and Mrs. l.t Mr Adol] %  v. • ; Mrs. Wei Mr. and Mrs. A Dr. Leon I z and Mr. Alfred August e of 1 lun. : I >•..'. 1. and M Will am Wolfs Mr. ai d Mrs. Abraham Frye, irists, left for theii B •' n leaving Mrs. Fry, entertaini ends at ard an I inch. s. Ida a; %  : ; %  .. Brockton, M -.• ei %  Mrt lay iliss M f Savai na rs. %  :, .-•i %  g, the %  the "spot" y Miss Mil Weii game which Mrs. J. Kaufman has returned from Miami, where she spent several weeks as the guest of her 1 toend. of Mrs. ,ther, Mrs. I. Roaeng.rten. While : I" Welcome he! ,, ,. ,| Pi tei St. Mrs. N making their Mrs. A. Kaufman was the tiy social courtesies. I Mis* Mary Hlattiur is itives in Baltimore for summer. visiting the reMrs. Ben Ha Miam V in with • M. J. ( 1 \n i .. City, >f her son-in-la er, Mr. an I Mrs. M W st v< : Hot* Aft Jul> ims Mrs. Gn I spend n mainder of the at thi former's i Mountain i girls at Brandon, Vt. Mrs. A. a visit I Hei li N. c. Mr. and Mi -. Harrj Hi now i' their each hon i at Tn asun Island. lii Safi r of VVauchula ipent several days in Orlando the past week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Siei %  re now residing their beach home, Sat I i ell Beach. Miss Celia Dvoskin. daughi Mr. Frank Kleinfeld, y M-•-•-"•••' '-">IM,.. uauua.c: o. ir. rrank Kieinfeld, young drugi,.,,., D I !" Herman lfist, son of Rabbi ana J 5 """" Beach Mi ind Mrs. J is B Plan %  • .. argi I n > an I at i il party and bu sup| Bar Mit Suni1 lest • Mr. L N of New York Cit}, %  :. Mr. and Mrs. : '*' W,H be an feld '>''< 'or his vacation to I J.W •: s H.AronBttendan ; : Eddis-Garfinkel : Mrs. S. Neuwirth, wedding hlch Iakc;i P ,l:; 28th. Miss Dvoskin will b. Mr. and Mrs. N. Neuwirth, Mr. f a rb. Miss Bern ice Ichill, Edyth* nono1 • : a luncheon I and Mrs. N. Lutz, Mr. and Mrs. Buchman, Miss Amelia Ichill, Miss ''>' th bride-elect in the M. Juster, Mr. ai .: -. N. BuchJuster, Miss Shirley Neuwirth, Morrif Hotel. While in Chicago Mrs. 11. M Joyce Lutu, Miss Charlotte sne wi '"•' th e Kuest of her uncle %  %  • • Mrs. li. s man, Mr. Sol Guterman, Mr. ::,;i aunt '"• and Mrs. Irving '--' I 'ai I City, Mr. and Mi Buchman, Mr Saul Aron is M. A novitz. Mr. and Mrs M. Lei. Mr. Seymour Neuwirth, Mr. •i and Mrs. 0. Meeroi. Mr. Alvin NeuMi ses Fa > e and Marie Jacobs Mr. Barrj Mogal, Mr. Al-1 are "Pending their vacation ii B< • Mr berl Aronovitz, M Ral| Jenkins. to ". Mass, They were accompanied Mr. \ fn \ Mr. by theil Mrs. Louis Satlof and two childn:. of Columbus, Ga., are the guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Have everal weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Arstein and and Mr. and Mrs. So] spent the week-end at •Mrs. Hyman Jacobs of Atlanta, l,:i ^ice-president of District Lodge No. :., B'nai B'rith, visitor in Orlando Monday u I Tuesday in the inten e work, and Mrs. S. Rosenfarb, Mr. and r, Mr. an I Mrs. A. Kutki:. Mr. and Mrs. L Rutkin, Dr. and Mrs. L. R sen, Mr. and Mr.-. George Ichill, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Soman, Mr. anil Mrs. Charles -. Mr. Phil Grul Mr. and Mrs. Sol Siegal, Mr. Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jenkins, Mr. L Fondianu, Mr. and Mrs. San-. Eatroff of Lakeland, Miss Fannie Gruhste.n. Miss Mary Rosen. Miss Pearl Buchman. Miss Ruth Rutkin. MisDelia Rosenberg of Plant City. Miss Rosalie Guterman, Miss Aronovitz, Miss Beckie Buchn Dorothy R senrothers, 1-Vlix and Joseph Siega!. Mr. Rio Rutkin. Mr. Marvin l^M 1^ v'" ^ Si ,V,at V,> ,.M, Leonard Soma,M,^ "V'^V7 -^ '^ '' Mr. Roy Jenkins, Mr. ,. "' D Mm return h Buchman. waltz, by Betty Is Ann and Raggedy Andy, by 52 M" ^ P ratU J 8 Y. M. H. A. NOTES ; "l Jean Peterson; gavotte, by i Membera and thei 'The first amateur night program AHce and Evelyn Del Rio and Mary We %  %  Most of the talent who appeared are students of the Mary Fagan studio of Dancing. On Sunday evening, June a magic show will i, c ji ven by members of the Magicians' Club V-M. H.A..who meet ever, Wednesday evening. Their program will be called "A Night of Magic." Dancing will follow to Sherman and his friends will of the season, held at the Y. M. '•' I : l z ; amaryllis, by Jan, Caro H. A. auditorium on Sunday eve' v > ; acrobatic waltz, by Jean IVJune 21st, was very well atu ;<" %  personality baby, by Boot.ended. Following was the proMl la 1 Durdenj "Shady Tree" jram: Paster ballet, by Jane Carol BUn K and danced by Loil Sandier; Levy. Leone Jones. Charlotte SoRian dame, by Hetty Israelson! ran. Mary Florez, Adrienne Blum' ,: ""' (i "" 1 Levy and Jane and and I. Sandier; Spanish ,ean Person, and "My Man by Mary Gutkin. Mrs. Eli Han, White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 5 0c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. KirM AWBUOpp. Cortez Hot ALVIN WALDER New York. They were accompanied home by their daughter and %  in-law, Dr. and Mrs. A. II. rack, who will visit in Orlando for several weeks. 'l'h, unveiling of the tombstone of the late Max Handel took place 1 hursday afternoon at the eemeterj of Congregation Ohev Sholem. Relatives and friends attended. Rev. B. Safi r officiated. cfl J, > i Invites to tin Al'TO RADIO SALES & SERVICE 123.1 N. B. 2ND AYE. A complete li: Auto and House RADIOS Kasy Terms Small Down Payments BUS !" BT* NEW LOW RATES One K mini New York SIT'.IMI $32.25 I'hilndcliihia K .SI 3K. llalnmnrc IS.SI Ml Wahinclnn 15.11 -' %  %  > Bhenmndoah V Plllowi Poi t No Chanat "i* B %  lliamt an,I NoNo Other Bui Lini 0 Siime Cont l : Pan American ins mtsa DAVIS TOURS -:: Wuh. A\t.. M. B. l'h. >-5J 1(1 K. Klau-lvr SI. l'h2-1M"lachonuilki LeadmjHom J ACKSONVILLE FLORID VOUR iadmdu.1 comlort .aj •*•*?? I. mill., of ,,... ia.po-l.nc. .1 ** *J h.-p.oof, hoaw-kkc kol.l lold %  ** "J ol do.n-to-n J.cklOB.ilU. 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Lay. JuneJ^OW THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN ,sses Are Heavy In Palestine Le,ul.n.(W^ : ,cor A^ncy) 1 uure to Jewish property as a Lrf result of the disturbances f the pa.t ten week! is estimated nearly $900,000. An itemized Lnt of the damage, lists 51 ; ooo IL trees destroyed, worth tttl,... ;(ll i fniit trees, mostly nprooted and destroyed, IT 575; 87,000 forest trees burned, t-'ooo' 15.000 dunams Rrain Ud'.nd destroyed, $76,000. OthI fewish property burned and Imaged is estimated at $585,000. [\ n unprecedented stringent curL designed to curb the activities \ Saboteurs and terrorists, was Losed upon a wide area circling trusalem. prohibiting any citizen Itween the hours of 7 p. m. and a. m. from walking within a m.netre (about 1,500 feet) area either side of the Jerusalem[ffa read from the Jerusalem muLpal boundary to 2~ kilometers Ltaut. The area will be closely Lolled by troops, who have been fven orders to enforce the curfew Irktly. IThe government reported that i-o Arabs who had engaged in the loleiit clash with troops near TulTirem were captured hiding in a Lvc ill the nearby hills. One had I rifle with 7n rounds of ammuniJon and the other a shotjrun with In cartridges. The killing of beJuven six and seven more Arabs %  ml the slight wounding of three British soldiers was reported durVg two encounters between Arab trrorists and the military. The %  8ia] shooting of one Arab was deJtribed in a government commuJique. which stated that a military atrol traveling on the .laffa-.Ierulalem railway line was held up by In obstruction on the tracks. As Ihitrain slowed down, Arabs befcan sniping at the troops, who exlhani.'ed the fire, killing one of |hr attackers, The same patrol was attacked later further along the line by an Irmed band stationed on both sides If the railroad. The government ktimated thai five or six Arabs mm killed during this clash. Two Soldiers were slightly wounded during the shooting. Traffic between Jerusalem and Jericho was suspended as a result of the dynamiting of the bridge connecting the Iwo point.-. ble with the highest officials of the British government together with Dr. Weizmann, David Ben Gurion nad Prof. Felix Frankfurter ... To give you an idea of the working capacity of the future president of the Z. O, A. (incidentally, Wise was the founder of the Z. O. A. and insisted at that time that the late Professor Gottheil take the presidency) we will tell you that his ship, the Berengaria, sailed at 11 a. m. and that Dr. Wise dictated campaign letters to his secretary in the UPA from 8 a. m. to 10:30 Few people believe that Morris Rothenberg will be a candidate against Wise Rothenberg knows too well that Wise's prestige with the Jewish and non-Jewish world make him second only to Brandeis as the outstanding Jewish personality in this country. the Democratic national convention his vote will be cast, by Bert Stand, Tammany Hall's Jewish secretary' who i s Al'a alternate Rabbi Edward T. Sandrow of Portland and Mayer T. Mottelson of the Seattle Jewish Transcript are among the supporters of a new Seattle daily planned to fight Hearstism and Fascism The denial of Vladimir Poliakoff, the Russian Jew who has Bold hia Gei man paper published in Paris to interests opposed to the fight against Hitler. i> not worth the paper it's written on You may "ever be aide to prove that Nazi money was handled by this gentle, man. but the dismissal of Georg Bernhard as editoi i.sufficient proof. Page Five Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere Bj PHINEAS J. BIRON Ziimismia when a delegation of Zionist leaders called on Dr. Stephen S. ^ise to accept the nomination for The presidency of the Z. O. A., he pncluded his acceptance speech l v -'th the following words: "Gentle| m|, n. n,;, : Providence be with you!" %  -In ease you've forgotten, the Willard Hotel The Washington conference of the American Jewish Congress was a big bust as far as we're concerned There wasn't any gossip floating around the lobby ol the Willard But we noticed a few oddities, for instance Bernard G. Richards, secretary of the congress for many years, was seen in the vicinity of the hotel, but never ventured into the conference room The reason was that tin American Jewish Committee had quoted him as an opponent of the World Jewish Congress The fellow who looks exactly like Sir Oswald Mosley, the British Fascist, was none other than lly Wisbengrad, the godo looking member of the J. T. A. editorial staff There was a reason for the NewYork Day being represented at the conference by its publisher, city editor, former editor of the English section and, of course, the editor-in-chief. Dr. Samuel Margoshes There is no doubt that The Hay did more than any other newspaper to make the conference a success. We're Telling You The mysterious big shot of the Black Legion is the same wealthy industrialist who subsidized the Ku Klux Klan He's also said to be the chief financial backer of Nazi propaganda in this country Orthodox Jews can eat at the same table with Seventh Day Ad ventists because the latter also ab stain from eating ham and pork When the delegates to the Republican national convention at Cleveland were not whooping it up for their candidates, they were storming the theatre where Clifford Odet's play of Jewish life in the Bronx, "Awake and Sing." is being given ... If Al Smith sticks to his determination not to atteni The World's Window (Continued from Page :',) and liberty; to see to it that the future shall belong to those sane historic human insights which have prevailed before and will prevail again; to recognize these monstrous psychical infections for what they are and to continue in our all but eternal way to wring cosmos from chaos and so fulfill the meaning of human life. Written according to different methods in different languages and quite independently of each other, these two book-, Lowenthal'g and Zweig's, converge curiously in inner temper and ultimate conclusion, in sell-discipline and sobriety of temper. A great part of the world has gone raving mad. Our historians and analyst! survey that madness and remain sane and humane. That in itself is no small achievement; that circumstance alone can help us to work and t > Buying is Cheaper than Waiting! Ask About the New NORGE (jZo£&db^C/a^iijeA*itio>t chical infection set in with the force of an epidemic. It will rage until it is spent or succumb to some violent and catastrophic purgation. For us it is, according to Zweig, to be strong by virtue of this insight; to hear witness to sanity 'COME IN AND SEE THE 1938 N0RGE" When you need a Mohel and want to be sure that the circumcision will comply with ritual requirements, as well as protect the health of your child, b>! certain to call RABBI B. 1). MINDEL Recognized as Greater Miami's Leading Mohel Phones 2-Mtil—:j-227() • It is doubly wasteful now to go on using obse/ete refrigeration. With the new Norge 6% Finance Plan you can buy a Norge on terms arranged to suit your own requirement! as to down payment, monthly payments and length of time. Come in today for the complete details. Phone 2-3835 Washers and Ironers, Air Conditioning, Circulator Room Heaters. Domestic and Commercial Refrigeration, Gas and Electric Ranges. Norge Company Of Miami 212 E. Flagler St. What Are You Going to Do With YOUR BONUS? there are plenty of people telling you how you can SPEND it. How about SAVING at least a part of it for the future, and making it earn more for you'.' The Federal Savings and I.oan Association of Miami ha* paid 1% on savings since it was chartered; and you are IT I.I.V PROTECTED AGAINST LOSS because YOUR SAVINGS AUK INSURED UP TO $5,000 by an Agency l the I s. Government. Call and let us explain bow you can open an a.count for any amount you may wish, net !'• on your money ami. at the same time, know that your Havings are ABSOLUTELY SAFE. Listen to Our Program, "Rhyme and Reason." on Station WQAM Monday at 9:0(1 P. M. SawttqL AND L OAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI (J I09N.C.1-Mnoon HANSON ROOFING CO. i MaUliM Blnet ISM ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR (l„ \n itBrmnchw) Phones 2-1831—2-6582 328 N. 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PHONE 2-4546 the Best in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables F.hmiiiiMM.iiniM.i.imi |""""'"" """" iMMiWHnw To TO DADE COUNTIANS ) many friends whom I will be unable to contact personJ %  I Wish to extend my deep appreciation for the overwhelm">>' s |iport you K ave me in Tuesday's election for state senator. nd I *anl to take this opportunity to assure you that I will do rything within my power to continue In merit this confidence. Sincerely. ERNEST R. GRAHAM ASK FOR DETAILS ABOUT THE NORGE 10 YEAR WARRANTY ON ROLLATOR COMPRESSION UNIT BLO. U. • 'AT. DO. V Norge Company Of Miami 210 E. FLAGLER ST. Phone 2-3835 What Finer Gift to a Graduate Than a Copy of The Message of Israel By RABBI ISRAEL H. WEISFELD Containing the Vital story of Judaism b] PROMINENT ORTHODOX. REFORM and CONSERVATIVE RABBIS. at BURDINE'S HOOK DEPT. Ith Floor, Main Bide



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Pag THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN 8 1 dithe movies* %  %  • rheatre. 'The Bride Comes H .-• ;. Mitt I Bin£riduy, j urie Where Famine Stalked. Jetcs of America Through the J. I). C. ere Able to Help Sustain 50.000 Jewish irf.ms When serious famine conditions prevaJed in Bessarabia and Moldavia provinces of Roumania in which 50.000 persons among the Jewish population were affected, the Joint Distribution Committee immediately sent aid into that territory Soup kitchens were opened in Bucharest. Akkerman. Ismail. Bairamtsha. Romanovka. and Bender in the stricken area Through financial aid and cooperation of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, the Red Cross was able to operate special Jewish kitchens. The above photo shows a group of Jewish children from famine areas on their arrival in Bucharest to which the> were transported by tl:e Arr.erKU Jewish Joint Distribution Committee to be fed. clothed and taken care of until conditions in their home communities ,ame back to normal. During 1935. approximately S200."" led by tl l %  retribution Committee through the Amencan Joint Reconstruction Foundation, in which the J D C and the Jewish Colonization Association are equal partners, for the work of the loan kassas in Roumania. and for rehabilitation work among Jews there The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee now engaged in a national campaign for S3.500.000 is the major organization in America engaged in rehabilitation work in behalf of Jews in Eastern Europe Since 1921 it has made available to the lews ill Poland and Eastern Europe more than $400,000,000 in loans. The j DC. sustains hundreds of medical and sanitary institutions, summer colonies, religious, secular and tradt training schools in Eastern Europe A minimum of SI.150.000 is required • u •—' %  > %  —'• %  "IIS %  T.-. (i % %  %  % %  '-: %  n that it treat! I emj nfrontini ly, ::• origins :. St • %  Mel Iwyn' %  I SI nth A The" fa Stun illeia Vi l 'i K j. Fam Helene Cos%  : %  •' %  Wood. il J. Wall Iim hat everywhere exRosa Ponselle, the 01 star, will shortly marry i'f Rust an Italian insurIrving Jaffe, for• ikating < ha Elizabeth nd, Va.. ii :. -A• films el .-. pting • nted H I a soi at I e H. Ms T : • ._ at he died s rue Stories % %  %  %  Strictly Confidential Annul People Ma Reading. • •• I I Rea ling*, ii visiting this counl ing 1 • %  In % %  ... was R ng whei -'• %  • beeafe Jin". > %  lew%  i N. J. F Jew To the People of Dade County: : imbly grateful 1 nominal tl D Sheriff in the N eleetioi To my friends an I :e u express my '*' %  Tha: • ible, but I shall exert • nduct I -' f f as to and support. Aw : : %  '• I intv, D. C C0LEMAN, Sheriff of Dade County. from memberahip have invoked a swell idea to bring their boss to terms • After the employees Island dub that excludes Jews mionized they began pickete clubhouse and carried signs liming their demands in Engsh .. Harry Hersh| :, funny expt rience in n with his el fortt to raise Yesl iva College to whom he wrote mbership was ... n. the movie ty%  '.letter came back ned • %  • Stamped on the enwords: "Refused. returned unopened, G no! read insolicited manuscripts." in. i lentally, Jack Dempsey is one of those who have become members of Yeshiva College camrn committee. for publishers, pi i lUcrs ,„ taator. of anti-Jewish Bt ustt Prague (WNS)H decree forbidding every sort of anti-Semitic propaganda has been issued by the Czechoslovak government. The decree provides heavy punishment INVISIBLE GLASS Inv sll : in ih, South lla ade inB U B I) i N K J 'Talm Beach Shop" Display Window On First Street s ide m to Miami Avenue. —As usual, in keeping with the trend in modem store front and display window designs-this in. stallation is being made by BINSWANGER&CO. 1212 N.E. Second Ave. S. H. BOSENDOIF, M p I I Sincerely Thank the Voters of Dade County Fan Club There's a man called Leo Frankfurter who was born at 43 Frankfurters! rasse in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, where his manufacl ired frankfurters Lucille Smith Croumbs, daugh• Sarah B. Smith, well known •'.wish novelist and playwright, has gned a contract with Alex Yokel a play Lucille, who looks like 18I e much at her motl %  -... ,M .:'.• f Aai lied th Calil Saj ros had .. ne foi %  for their loyalty and friendship last Tuesday at the pol's. I shall reward their expression of confidence in me by a faithful performance of the office of Constable in District 2 of Dade County in a manner that will briny efficiency, enforcement and high repute to the office. I am deeply grateful to all my friends. TOM WOOD iiiiiiiiiiiiiillii.iiiiiiiilliliilllililliillllllllillli I Sincerely Thank the Voters of Dade County For .heir splendid expression of confidence in me and i-h to assure one and aU thai I .hall at all limes do my utmost ,„ do thai winch is best for the interest of all the people of mi district and the entire county. N. P. L0WREY I Am Deeply Appreciative to the Voters of Dade County Whos,. unselfish and hole-hearted support enabled me lo achieve victor) as Tax Collector. I shall conduct the affairs <>f the office in a manner that will reflect credit on m> man) devoted friends and supporters. HAYES WOOD FRANK WOLKOWSKY 18 N. K. FIRST AVENUE LUCKY PURCHASE SALE New Shipment—Just Arrived KINK GRIFFON SLITS WHITE BELT DAIRY Milk and Pair) Productfrom our certified government test* ed herdassures yon of a safe mi k soppl). I'hone Kdyewater 1686 I Sincerely Thank All the Voters Of Dade County Particular!) my many Jewish friends, for their splendid sup. port last I ucaday. I -hall so conduct the affairof the office of Cout) Purchasing Agent that the) will he proud of having aided me. WILLIAM I). JOYCE We "ere indeed fortunate in securing these fine all wool suits from the house of Grlfi

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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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June 26, 1936

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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June 26, 1936

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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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<#*Jewish Florid tin
Comb
m*c T/he Jewish Unity
" JAiL QsuxrxjJk VJsLoSkSbg "
Vlll. _No. 26
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1986
Price Five Cents
The World's
Window
'Catastrophe Become* History"
Urge World Jewry Temple Israel Nazi Racial Laws B'nai B'rith to
To Aid Palestine Adds New Rabbi Void in America Picnic Sunday
By I IDWIG LEVVISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement on this copyright
will be prosecuted.
"Ludwig Lewisohn, whose lit-
eral y criticism is a rare treat to
those who look for guidance in
their reading, reviews here Mar-
vin l.owenthal's last book.
Libraries will, of course, be writ-
ten on that resurgence of pagan
barbarism which, among many oth-
er destructive effects, has over-
whelmed the Jews of Germany.
They themselves, this comparative-
ly minute group of human beings,
will be for many centuries to come
Symbol, mystery, organon or tool
fur apperceiving the historic proc-
esses and the meaningif they
have anyof these processes. For
nper, the achievements and
Fate of this group of Jews
were indeed extraordinary. The
majority of them dedicated them-
utterly to the civilization of
their adopted country and produced
within that civilization values
illustrious than any eompar-
roup has ever in all history
ed within the substance of
an idopted civilization. A minor-
them, however, clung to the
tradition, culture of their
and under the general name
of VVissenschaft des Judentums
produced from Zunz and Geiger on
to Muliei and Rosenzweig the
part of the apparatus which
possible the modern Jewish
sance. They destroyed and
heir people at the same
time. Whether they lived primar-
ily a- Germans or as Jews, they
lived with the highest degree of
fruitfulness. Of these achieve-
ments no adequate account has yet
been written.
On the general history of the
I Germany up to and beyond
agic year 1988 there are now
me, in addition to others
noted earlier in this column, two
of signal excellence: "The
of Germany: A Story of Six-
1 enturiea," by Marvin Lowen-
thal (Jewish Publication Society of
America), and Bilanz der Deutach-
'" ludenheit (balance sheet of Ger-
man Jewry), by Arnold Zweig
(Quei ido-Verlag, Amsterdam).

For the American reader, Jew or
Gentile, Marvin Lowenthal's book is
Dv far the most valuable that has
hitherto appeared or is likely to
' for a long time. Lowenthal
Was always a clear and felicitous
Writer. In this work the greatness
'' his subject has taken a deep
"M "ii him; his style has risen
With this subject; the gravity of
instance treated has caused
Mm to drop the antiquated Voltair-
'" humor to which he was for-
'' addicted. His book has ad-
dignity and poise; he
'' ',- With calm judgment, with
(Continued on Page 8)
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
The Jews of the world were called
upon to mobilize their forces for
"well-balanced political effort and
strengthened constructive endeav-
or" to protect the Jewish position
in Palestine in a message from the
Jewish Agency Executive ad-
dressed to an extraordinary con-
ference of Polish Jewry in Warsaw
to consider the present disturbed
situation in Palestine, at which
David ben Gurion is the principal
figure. The message read as fol-
lows: "We greet your conference
from our defense positions in our
assailed stronghold. We appre-
ciate your rally amodst the trials
and tribulations of Polish Jewry
as evidence of your Zionist con-
victions that the redemption of our
people throughout the Diaspora is
linked with the consummation of
our ideals here. We face a severe
; testing, as the Jewish community
undergoes the dangers threatening
the future of our work. We dc-
I sire to warn against unwarranted
, panic and complacency. May our
! national will power be exerted to
| the utmost in an energetic but
1 well balanced political effort and
strengthened constructive endeavor.
"The Jewish community, which
has been keeping uninterrupted
vigils at its watch posts during the
past two months, and our coloni-
zation work, require the mobiliza-
tion of all sections of Jewry 'or
an immediate consolidation of ef-
fort. Our victims and our losses
only strengthen our determination
to hold our ground and to carry
ion our work with redoubled vigor
so that we may render the struc-
ture of the Jewish National Home
impregnable. The distress of the
Diaspora makos it imperative to
launch a political offensive to es-
1 tablish the right of free settlement
in Palestine for large numbers of
1 Jews against all restrictive tenden-
1 cies. With the help of the entire
'Jewish people, we are confident
: that we will emerge from our trials
invigorated and restrengthened,
resolutely striding onward toward
our goal."
Rabbi Colman Zwitman, protege
of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and
graduate of Dr. Wise's Jewish In-
stitute of Religion in New York,
has accepted the position of assist-
ant rabbi and educational director
of Temple Israel in Miami, it was
announced Wednesday by Herbert
U. Feibelman, president of Temple
Israel. This position was offered
to Rabbi Zwitman by the hoard of
trustees of Temple Israel, follow-
ing the rabbi's appearance as guest
speaker at the Temple on June 12.
Rabbi Zwitman. a former student
at New York University, Colum-
bia University. Hebrew Teachers'
New York (WNS) Germany's Plans have been completed for
anti-Semitic laws have no legal what promises to be one of the
standing in the United States, even outstanding events of the current
in cases involving a German cor- summer season in South Florida.
poration, it was declared by Su- Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith will
prcme Court Justice William T. hold its annual picnic at Las Olas
Collins in a ruling in which he Casino, Ft. Lauderdale, Sunday,
granted permission to Marcel M. | June 28th, beginning at a. m. and
Ilolzer, a German Jewish refugee,
to sue the German State Railways
in New York for $50,000 damages
lasting throughout the day. The
Palm Beach lodge will be guests
of the local lodge and a number of
because he was dismissed from his j contests will be played between
job as non-Aryan and sent to a representatives of the two organi-
concentration camp. Holier, who j zations. A tug of war, baseball
was a transportation expert for the ] games, fat men's and women s
German Railways before the ad- races, and athletic contests for
vent of the Nazi regime, is seek- 1 men, women and children are part
ing damages because he claims the of the program of the day. Re-
German firm broke a contract with
him and discharged him solely be-
i a use he is a Jew.
The defendants sought to dis-
miss the suit on the grounds that
the New York state courts were
without jurisdiction because the
German government, which owns
German Railways, has sover-
eign immunities and cannot be
sued, because the contract with
freshments will be provided free
of charge by the local lodge for
members and guests of the organ-
ization. In charge of arrange-
ments are Messrs. Milton Fried-
man, William Friedman, Nathan
Adelman, Elry Stone, I. Levin and
Henry Nadelweiss. The picnic will
also afford members of the Miami
and Palm Beach lodges an oppor-
tunity to discuss B'nai B'rith work
Cantor Causes
Synagogue Riot
New York (WNS)Worshipers
at Congregation Beth Sholom,
RABBI ( III.MAN ZWITMAN ., prisoner was done under duress
Hebrew Union
Adopts Budget
Atlantic City (WNS) A budget
I of $198,669 for 1986-37 was adopt-
ed by the executive board of the
'Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations at its semi-annual Hirel-
ing here. The budget included ap-
propriation! of 872,631 for the ex-
ecutive board, $82,42.) for the de-
, nartment of synagogue and schoo
I extension. $17,320 for the National
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods,
17,696 for the National Federation
of Temple Brotherhoods and $","
796 for the Mew York office The
hoard also voted to establish S
committee on social justice in con-
junction with the Centra]
enCe of American Rabbis and call<
on its 28.! member congregations
building Beth Zion Temple oi
Johnstown, l'a.. which was sen-
[ouely damaged in the recent flood.
College ami the Jewish Institute
of Religion, has for the last year
served as rahhi of the community
Of Minefields. W. Ya. lie has had
unusual success in organizing Bmal|
Jewish communities within a ra-
dius of one hundred miles of Hluc-
ficlds into a cohesive whole: these
communities now function as the
Association of Congregations ol
Souihern West Virginia, with Rab-
bi Zwitman as spiritual adviser.
At Dr. Wise's Institute of Reli-
gion, Rabbi Zwitman was an out-
standing student, winning prizes
in Talmudic studies, Biblical
studies and Hebrew literature.
Rabbi Zwitman is also a capable
orator, having won several ora-
torica| medals at New York I Di-
versity. ,
Rabbi Zwitman was a delegate
, ,he recently conducted National
Jewi8h Congress in Washington.
DC and had the honor oi being
elected a delegate to the World
Jewieh Congress, to be held in
Geneva, Switzerland, from August
Hth until August 16th.
He is sailing for Europe on .he
SS Rex on June 27th; he plans to
M to Palestine, where his father
Iiv,.s present, for a summer
course of study.
Rabbi Zwitman will return to
.hi- country early in JP^J
d -,, to come immediately to
Miami in -der to assume hi. new
duties, m addition to serving a
educational director and a.
rabbi, Dr. Zwitman will be en
K.ged in social welfare work m
, immunity.
The you,,, rabbi is a Rotanan
llol/.ei was made under the laws for the coming year in this area.
of Germany and abrogated under |
the laws of the same country, and
because Marcel had accepted pay-
ment in full while he was in a
concentration camp. On the lirst
point Judge Collins ruled that it
was ap ,.. a jury to decide_ the ^ ^ (mhodox synaKOgue,
question Oi sovereignty. The third Saturday's services
l""n' mBde V 1,1 wh't nder the protection of a squad of
ruled out on the ground ttot what. ^ ^ ^ .
' restore order after a crowd of
Kill pious young Jews had created
and therefore illegal. demanding the re-
, rejecting the second point moJ0fMo8e80i,her. the young
Judge Collins castigated Nazi ant- ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^
Semitism when he said whereas Bctw Burrtlng ,nto the gyna.
" *ould '>-' offensive to the Ger- ^ Jmm ^ up
man government, with which we J ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ pu
are at peace, to presume to control otoher rff ^ ^.^ platfo,.m
or dictate or regulate the policies ^ rf ^ worgniper8
,)f the German government within ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ po ice> otlK.rs
the borders of Germany, we are, ^ ^ ^ ^^ wom.
nevertheless, not obligated by the ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^
law of the comity to enforce the disturbers. At the close
law of Germany when its enlorce- ^^ oisher was escol.ted
is sough, here contrary to ^ ^ ^ ^.^ whUe the
our every sense oi Justice, iioerxj men whQ had created the
and morality. In announcing ma dlgturbancM staKed an irnpromptu
result we are no. looking tor_tr0U- ^^.^.^ (>f protest in front
ble. I', is the Reichsbahn that is Bynagogue. The question at
asking us to recognize and apply b-tiw(iii the congregation
liu. German law to an action, pend- ^^ ^ ^ younj; Jew> js
ing here, and we answer let us ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^
see whether our public policy en-
ahles us to do what you ask. In __________________
,0 doing we are m no wise seeking
I interfere with the internal af-
fairs of Germany. We are not at
the moment concerned with the
conscience of Germany, but with
our public policy to an action pend
Twenty Nations to Attend Refugee
Parley
Geneva (WNS)Twenty na-
tions have already accepted invi-
our public pobcy to an action pern.- ^.^ ^ particJpBte in th ,nter.
ing here because the policy or uer-1 ttoM] conference on German
numv so shockingly conflicts witn ... ,, h
many so shocking^
ours.
refugees, which will be held here
I on July 2nd under the auspice^ of
| the League of Nations.
Prague (WNS)All Jewish
sports organizations in Czechoslo-
vakia have agreed not to permit
their members to participate in the
Berlin Olympics, despite the fact
,ha, Czechoslovakia is officially en-
tered in tiie games.
Nazis Ban Quintuplet Film Be-
cause Jewess Wrote It
Paris (WNS) Because Sonya
Levien, a Jewess, wrote the sce-
,, ,. the American film, "The
try Hoc! or." which features
Dionne quintuplets, has been
1. being a guwu si~. Germany, wcordtog to
constantly in demand on the publh bann^ a ^ ^ Tage81eitung.
rostrum.
.!, being a gifted speaker, is


if
Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June
III

The first executive board meet-
ing of Junior Hadassah will be
held Monday evening. June 'J'.'th. at
8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ann
GroasniVl, president. The address
is H>04 Michigan ave.. Miami
Beach. All board members are
urged to attend.
el
SOCIETY H>
26. 11)36
In addition to Congress,^
cox, the audience in Bayf ron( *
hear the president make (,,
dress of acceptance
mately 10 p. m.
I
approxi.
from Franklin
Field in Philadelphia. vh^T
ris Rubin. Harry Kaufman. Ida
Las. Saturdav night. June 80th, <*- *"?** MjJTS, Sa,i>,
G. Rose and Morris Publer.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Friedman, 1087 S. W. 20th
ave., their daughter. Rosalind
Friedman, was tendered a gradua-
tion an,! farewell party. Dancing
was enjoyed during the evening.
A buffet supper was served at a
late hour. Milton A. Friedman,
brother of the honoree, presided
at the festive board. Among those
present were: Betty Markowitz.
Muriel Pallot, Lil Markowitz. Nat-
alie Pallot. Janet Karosik. France*
Tobias. Rose Levin, Esther Cromer,
Don Levy, Ed Roth. Lew Stein.
Morty Fay. Lew Saphon, Harry
Schwartz. Artie Steinhardt, Larry
Schwartz. George Reichgott, Harry
Ritchie. Ralph Grossman and A!
Pallot.

Mrs. William Flman and daugh-
ter. Jo Ann. are visiting Nassau,
Bahamas, for a two months' vaca-
tion. While there they are the
guest! of Mrs. Klman's father. Mr.
David Warschoff.

Mist Rosalind Fi i< In an,
tei of Mr. and Mrs. William Fried-
man, an honor graduate at Mia
High school, will leave torn rrow
SS. Algonquil for an
extended vacation in New York.
*
Cai and Mrs. M. F. Tobias ol
S W. Second st., returned from
.-. II la) -' ..:,
While away they att< de-
parti ent enca m L'nit
: Spanish Veterans a: Ocala.

Mr. an I Mrs. Si Inej Mey i w ...
eavi ...;. f : th< \ rth. They
will be a t heir two .
daughters, Bai bara an i Patsy.
Barbara will attend Camp Acco-
Me., while Patsy
will remain in N Car ilina at
Camp Fagles Nest near Brevard.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyei will tour I
N rtl and Canada bef n return-
M ami.

Th Ladies' Auxiliary of the
M an lewis i lox i ngi ega.
will hold an important meet-
-: nag gu< m Tut- lay
eginning at 8
k All mi .. irgred i
Mrs. 1. Tannenbaum and daugh-
ters. Belle and Carolyn, will leave
Wednesday by auto for a visit to
New York, from where she will by Mrs. Bertha Be.kow.eh Levy, | will be moved for the occasion. *.
sail for Europe on the SS. Queen with Mrs. Bert Friedman, counsel- fore the addresses, a stage ,W
Mary She will be away two lor, in charge. The train wilj ar- will be presented featuring tab.
Washington Wednesday, from the Royal Palm Club, *Vh
through the
months.
rive in
. July 1st. at 12:45 p. m., at which is being; furnisher
Mr and Mrs. Harry S. Levy and time the Camp Wohelo special bus courtesy of Arthur Childers"
Bernard Lew and'Mrs. Levy's will meet all Washington and George B. Hills, chairman of, fc
NcwYexk (''tv""The"v'will be'ac mother. Mrs. Rudolph Tannenbaum, southern campers. finance division of the Democr,,*
companied by Miaa Rosalyn Daum, are visiting Mrs. A. 11. Petyan in Aunt Bertha will accompany this national executive committee and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Daum, Dania. bus to camp and will wire all par- in charge of the statewide ratt*.
and Mr. Harry Keinberg. Mist enta upon arrival.
Daum is expected to return to the Mr, and Mrs. David Alper
city during August.
said
ville
in an interview
that Florida
>n Jackson-
undoubted
Miami Beach left Sunday for New Final plans for the Roosevelt would meet its $100,000 quote i
York. wh>r, they will sail on Sat- Nominators rally, to take place in by the committee.
Mr. Hyman S. Jacobs, prominent urday for Europe. They expect to | Bayfront Park Saturday night, Many of the smaller cities of fc
communal worker of Atlanta. C,a.. be gone three months and will visit were completed today (Friday) by state, which also will hold Rook.
first vice-president of District in England. Russia. France. Bel- the executive committee, of which velt Nominator rallies Saturday
Grand Lodge No. 6, arrived here gium and Italy. Mayor A. D. H. Foaaey is chair- are reporting entire -ale of their
to visit his father. Mr. A. Jacobs. man. original allotment. Bccordini to
and his sister and her brother-in- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schonfeld A |ast minute drive lor member- John D. Montgomery, state dir-
law. Mr. and Mrs. William Clein. returned from a month's visit at shi|)s is jn charge of Mrs. T. V. tor.
Hot Springs. Ark. En route home Moore, Dade County Democratic
At a meeting of the B'nai B'rith they stopped to visit relatives in commjt,(.t.woman. who predicts that At a recent meeting of the Youn?
lodge held Tuesday evening, plans Birmingham. Miami will exceed the 15.000 quota Women's Hebrew Association plans
wen adopted for the formation of' get for this area. Membership in were announced for an all-day pic.
a .Uwish Students' Union at the Miss Emily Salm ol Sew York tni. Roosevelt Nominators, a na- nic to be given by the Young Mert
University of Florida and the Uni- and Mist Sylvia Tobias, daughter tional organization designed to pro* Hebrew Association July 12th, wita
versity of Miami. In charge of t Capt. and Mrs, M. F. Tobias, I mote tne reflection of the presi- Miss Sarah Lent-man. Abe Berko-
the formation of plans is Mr. Mil- 763 S. W. Second St., have arrived tjt.nt wj|] entitle admission to Bay- witz and Larry Schwartb in charge
ton A. Friedman, who was named to spend the summer in Miami.
man of this activity for the
state of Florida by the District Miss Gladys Abens n, whose
Grand Lodge of the order. A com. marriage to Philip Seidenberg will
mittee of five n esental <- from tak \t Sunday at the
Miami was nan i-, :it the Strathaven Hotel, was honored at
front Park, when- Congressman of arrangements. Al Rosenfeld,
Mark Wilcox will make the keynote president of the Y. M. H. A., WSJ
address. t'ie principal speak, r.
a en shower and tea by her
aunt. Mrs. Max Hoffman. The
eld at the An-Nell Ho-
tel. Miami Beach, and 7."> guests
attended. The tea table, L'-shaped,
was centered with a mound of rosei
and yellow asters, and garlands of
smilax.
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Fisher of
The Ladies' Aux
i ing.

Memb rs of the National Council
the of Jewish Juniors will give I
lev Wi fan Bureau is n- annual house party today and Sat-
soring a enefit lui n Mon- urday at the Biarritz Hotel, Miami
lay. July 6th. at the Sout if. Bea This event will open the
etei ... Reservati ns ma} program for new members. Girls
rith any of 1 ers of the ng as guests of the- council
irrai will register at the- hotel Saturday
- I Mesdames aften when a committee will
bs, R. 11. Miles, Mor- a .. program of act
The- council will have open house
at 9 ;. m. Sunday and an orch< s-
Ing.
Miss Ida EngU r, chairman of the
housi is in charg<
rangements. Assisting are Miss
Betty Greenberg, Mrs. Gertrude
Lear, Mrs. B- i C ein, Miss Ida
Miss Rena N- wl rg and
THK KRIDE COMES HOME Miss R K
local lodge to join with similar
committees from every lodge in
the state to fost< r this work.

A meeting for the purpose of
iter Miami He-
brew 1- -- tut wk eh will ha-.
- tes and aims the estab-
lishment of a Talmud Torah inde-
nt of synagogues, will be
call* I the early part of July. Prom- Miami Beach will leave on Sunday
inent Jewish citizens and several for a motor trip to New- York,
of the Iscal rabbis have nted where Dr. Fisher will enter upon
'' fact ess than five- per a course- of post-graduate work,
cent of the Jewish children of They will stop off at Henderson-
Greater Miami receive a Jewish re- ville, N. c. where- they will be
- training at the present joined by their attractive- daugh-
time, and have- volunteered to form ter. Marjory, who has spent the
rganization and have already month of June at Camp Pinnacle,
pledged funds for the purpose- of *
establishing this institute before The annual meeting of the en-
:;-.. next school season begins, tire membership of Beth DaviJ
sted in this work are- I : was held as) week,
urged : I their names to the at which time the board of
"'"A F and they will be tors for the coming yeat was elect-
ied of the- time and placi of ed. The meeting was
rfiyoti
Sun.-Mon.-Tues.. June 28-29-30
Claudette Colbert
Fred MacMurra)Robert Young
a dinner served in the Talmud To-
rah Hall. Mr. Sidney II. Pa
esideni .. gation, pre-
sented a report showing tha
the- first time all debts and .ur-
rent obligations had been paid and
the budget of the- congregation met
in full. A re-solution of thanks was
voted to Mr. Palmer for his -.:
cessful efforts n behalf of the
ition. Directors elected
Messrs. Abe Kront i -
August. Leo Ackerman, Louis
''" S. 11. Palmer, Jack Pal-
1 tt. Xat Zalka, 11. H. Farr, s. i:
Sam Seitlin, Stanley C. M>
7tKAV6NU
Sun.-Mon.. June 2-2!<
Jean Harlow
Spencer Trac)
RIFFRAFF
Miss Mary Barber of 1152 N. W.
iting fi m an
mderwent re-
ii
f Em at N 175
0 E. S.

M lly Weinsti; in : ft f
GREYHOUND LINES
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION DL 101.)
ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM i, 0-loIZ
GRETHOU1ID TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
Washington Ave & Fifth St.
Mill
rs and Harry Markowitz. a meet-
I the board of directors, held
v ') night, resulted in th. I
officers being named: Abe
Kron, nfe-ld. president; Jack Au-
gust, rice-president; Leo Acker-
man, secretary, and Louis Weinkle,
The officers will .,
stalled at form:, ,
during the early fall.
liar Friday evening -.
will be held at Kaplan Hall to-
k. when bl
- :i !"' read in Kaplan Hall,
rhese bri.-f Friday evening
ices will he continued during the
summer.
Tuesday morning. June 30th, it
lock, all campers will meet
at the Seaboard Airline Railway
' m Miami and leave for
Camp Wohelo. owned and directed
AQUI SE HABLA ESPANOl
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THEJIEVVISH FLORIDIAN
Miami'
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JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
P. O. Box 1971
Miami, Fla.
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
Phone 2-5304
PhoiM 2-11*3
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, litor
l'ltKD K. SHOCHBT, Ctrculfttlo MiinuKer
CANTOR BORIS SCL'IAC
Field Representati- .
[AN
Refugee German Jewish Girls Who Will
Face the World as Dairymaids
NOTES
B) HARRY SCHWARTZ
,,......i eliM matter July 4. 198*. t th Post Office at Miami, Florida,
een.l.-r the Act ..f March 3. IHT'.I.
, [.KTKRSBURG
MRS, ROSE M. RUBIN
Representative _____
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
Representative
ORLANDO
I!. J. COHEN
nilative
TAMPA
MRS. M. II. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
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SI.Il
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Friday, June 2I>. 1936
Vol. 9 No. 2
Talmud Torah Kneged Kulom
For several months a movement has been crystallizing in
Greater Miami for the establishment of a Hebrew institute.
The proponents of this idea have urged that the community
has failed to do its duty in one of the most basic and vital
factors essential to the iife of Jewry, both here and through-
out the entire world. The point has been made, and right-
fully so, that less than five per cent of the youth of Greater
Miami has been receiving a Jewish religious training. Even
this small percentage has been receiving less than an hour's
instruction daily, and some of these only an hour or two on
Sunday.
Need it be said that a community which has been doing
it- share in philanthropic work generally certainly cannot he
said to have accomplished anything at all unless and until it
recognizes the need of educating its children, and even its
adults
It is about time that we throw aside our personal am-
bitions our pettv prejudices and rise above all these
to establish that which all Jewry recognizes regardless
of the fact that one is Orthodox. Conservative or Reform .
the paramount necessity of Talmud Torah-
The Jewish Floridian will be happy to aid in such a
movement. It urges all who ire interested to let us hear from
them Immediate'y, so that they may be invited to attend a
meeting which will be he d some time next week.
There is an old axiom, namely,
"A new broom sweeps better," and
from all present indications the
newly elected officers of the "Y"
certainly are do-
ing their part in
furthering an es-
tablished p r i n -
ciple.
Our newly elect-
ed president, Al
Rosenfeld, a n d
Executive Direc-
tor Boris Schlachman have set up
a schedule of events for the mem-
I ers and friends of the "V" that
undoubtedly will receive it- nec-
essary co-operation from one and
all. A huife program that will
cater not to a few, hut to all, will
be your reward if you are a mem-
ber of the "Y." It is not necessary
for those of you who have not be-
come members of the "Y" to wait
until a membership drive is begun,
Wednesday Isidor Cohen, prom-
inent communal winker, spoke tu a
capacity audience at the "V" club-
rooms. This inaugurated the first
of a series of cultural lectures un-
der the new administration. Fol-
lowing is a schedule of .-vents that
have- been outlined for each of you.
This Sunday a four-hour boat ride
party on Biscayne Bay i- the oc-
casion next in stun- for you. Sales
are limited to the first fifty cou-
ples only, so get your tickets from
Boris imw. Starting time is 8:30
p. m. on the boat Dixie, leaving the
docks of City Yacht Basin, pier 7.
An orchestra and entertainment
will add to your pleasure on this
jaunt. Tickets are $1.50 per ,-ouple.
Jewish girls from Germany, de-
prived of an opportunity to ea-n a
living in their native land will find
a new means of livelihood as a result
of their training at the "Nieuwe
Sluis" Colony, near Wieringen. Hol-
land which the Joint Distribution
Committee helps maintain. Domestic
cience, sewing, dairying and light
gardening are being taught to hun-
dreds of young women to make them
occupationally fit for the new land
to which the J. D. C. will help them
to emigrate. The Joint Distribution
Committee is now engaged in a na-
tional campaign for S3.500,000 to
help carrv on this and other projects
ages. Individual and team aver-
age 2mi:
GAB II Ave.
On Thursday. July 2nd. weather
permitting, the "V" diamondball
.cam will hold its previously
cheduled dance- and get-together at
the Merry-Go-Rouitd night club.
All proceed- will go towards the
furthering of athletic- events for
the "Y."
Palestine
The i'a'estine situation is extremely grave. Arab na-
tionalists are determined to oush their claim without regard
to casualties and without resoect for the Hritish authorities.
For those who can read between the lines of Palestine dis-
patches, it is clear that the acts of terrorism by the Arabs
are not sporadic or unorganized. They are part of a well-
prepared campaign, which make one suspect that huropean
military brains are adv'sing the Arab hoard of strategy.
This suspicion gains confirmation when one realizes that for
the first time in the historv of post-Kalfour Declaration I al-
estine the Arabs dare to attack the British military forces
in open battle.
The fight bv the Arabs against British has one aim:
he stoppage cf Jewish immigration and an assurance from
official British quarters that a united Arabia will be facili-
tated by the British colonial office. Under these cirCMJ-
stances one must visualize the uncontrovertible fact that ine
Arab rioters, while shooting at British soldiers, aim at the
^eart of the Jewish people. Palestine, regardless of its po-
litical future, is todav the onlv haven of refuge for a large
number of persecuted victims of Fascism and economic dis-
crimination. To close the gates of Palestine would mean to
condemn tens of thousands of Jews to economic starvation
and political strangulation.
,., That the Zionist leadership must proceed in statesman-
hke fashion is evident. That it must have in mind the Jewisn
Pfople mere than theoretical Zionist ideology is unquestion-
ab|e. That it should stress the humanitarian aspect 01 NM
Present situation instead of political prestige everyone win
agree. The resourcefulness, self-restraint and influence 01
'he Zionist leadership will be taxed t<| its utmost.
Independence Pay will he- ob-
served at the clubrooms July 5,
Sacks, p 4 11 n 1.000
Goldstein (mgr.) 1 1 1 l.oou
Schwartz, 2b 2 1 1 1.000
Lackawitz, leapt.) 10 36 13 .371
Golden, c .". 14 i .357
Reisman, 2b 7 16 6 .312
Blumberg, U> 9 25 t .280
Lipowsky, cf ........ 10 30 7 .2:t:!
Frank, 3b to 28 6 .21 1
Thaler, rf !l 26 .' .192
Tendrich, sf ......... 1 17 3 .177
Rose, ss Id 34 i; .17'i
Mantell, p ............. 3 ~ 1 .142
Grossman, rf ii 21 0 .142
Reichgott, c 6 19 2 .106
Berkowitz, p 4 11 1 .099
Segal, sf T 23 2 .087
We cordially welcome our many
friends from surrounding cities and
states who arc- contemplating
spending the summer in Miami to
try and be here- for our all-day pic-
nic and dance that will be held
Sunday. July 12th, at the Sunny
Isles Casino.
Games and contests of every de-
scription have been planned for
your amusement, starting with a
ball game between the men's and
women's divisions. Do not make
other plans for this dale if you
are seeking a full clay of pleasure.
Talk it up among your friends
and >ret your parents to attend also.
as a treat is in store for the old
folks as well as the young, like
me!
Diamondball News and Statistics
for the First Ten (James
Behind the masterful pitching of
II v Sachs the "Y" hatted them-
wlveg to a 7 to o shutout victory
over the first division Better
foods team. The "V garnered '.|
nit.- off I he opposing pitcher and
played errorless hall for the first
time this season. Only three games
remain to he played in the sched-
ule of the first half and if the
-V is to wind up in the first di-
vision two of those frames are to
he won.
Following are the hatting avcr-
The Juniors an- making progres-
sive- strides in their efforts to make
all their present members interest-
ed in their work by their fine so-
cial anil educational program be-
ing arranged by their program
chairman. Larry Schwartz. Defi-
nite plans have been made for a
lecture to he- made by -Mr. Kduarelo
I p. Hernandez, Cuban consul, who
will relate the sphatszeerin of the
Jew in Cuba. The date for this
on ii .Monday, July tith. and
will he combined with a full eve-
ning of entertainment, plus re-
freshment-, all gratis. So much
for this issue.
The World's
Window
(Continued from Page 1)
impeccable taste, with sober elo-
quence. The most excellent fea-
ture of his book is his thorough
mastery of his enormously compli-
cated material. For as every page
shows and the bibliography further
illustrates he has written on the
basis of hroad and original re-
search. Hence his volume is not
only invaluable to the general
reader, but a distinguished achieve-
ment in historiography.
Lowenthal's conclusion, which
will at once be asked for. is som-
ber enough and altogether irrefu-
table-. It is this, that "the world
can learnif it willthat Jewish
rights and universal human rights
; are inseparable." Or, as he puts
it later: "The liberty of no indi-
vidual can rise higher than its
source; and this source is the gen-
eral liberty of man." In a word,
the tragic catastrophe to which
German Jewry has been subjected
means a breakdown of the central
mechanism of human civilization
itself. Every Jew who would, for
the -ake- of all mankind, resist that
breakdown for the civilization
within which he lives, must battle
valiantly for his right to he with-
; in that civilization what he has
meant to be and must stand shoul-
der to shoulder with other cultural
minorities, seeing that the fate of
these- minorities is the most exact
gauge id' humanity and decency.
*
Arnold Zweig's book is totally
different in character from Low-
enthal's. It is not a history; it is
a treatise. It is an analysis of
the German Jewish situation as
part and example of the general
problem of the psychology and the
inter-relation of human groups. It
illustrates once more the fact that
groups as well as individuals arc-
subject to both neuroses and psy-
choses, to ill-balance or to com-
plete disequilibrium of the emo-
tional and intellectual life. These
group diseases are caused, precise-
ly like diseases in the individual,
by an unwillingness or inability to
face reality as it has actually
shaped itself. The disease consists
in flight from fact, in the substi-
tution of myths glorifying the pa-
tient, throwing his guilt upon a
fictive enemy. Its final results in
the case of either an individual or
a group are utterly destructive and
pretty completely predictable. Thus
Zweig shows that for post-war
Germany the Weimar republic was
and represented harsh and tonic-
reality. Millions of Germans could
not endure this reality. A psy-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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I
Tampa Notes
Harvey G. Wittner, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Wittner, left for
camp. He celebrated his eleventh
birthday anniversary last week an i
will enter junior high school in the
fall.
STATEWIDE NEWS
Jack ... student at the
St. Petersburg Military Academy.
i.- spending the summer vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1.
Liebn
u
West Palm^eaci,
Notes
Beth Israel Sisterhood spoSot(d
a very successful card party *
day niKht at Schwarzkopf^
with Mrs. Sheril and Mr
Barash co-hostessi
Jack
Jacksonville News
St. Petersburg
Notes
--------- Miss Jeanett M son,
Mrs. S. Roaensteii Mr.
Paul Kiratein, have r New
York City, where she will attend
\
n Prov-
. R. I.. Boston, Mat
other cities.
;; i'l the Tamp.i
i, National Council ol
ish \v. m .. held a junior fashion
show w ln< la) June
17th. at the V. M. 11. A.
nents made l:
an orphanage were display
children who acted as mod
program "f music v*.,
.. Bokor,
Margie Wolf. Yanya W
Amchear. Libby Sega 11, Gena 1.
Waterman, Lois Sandier, Betty Is-
. '>., 1 -.:;.. Lucille K
Ira-. Marcus. Marilyn Levy. Ni II
Israelson, Florence Makler, Jean
: Margie Segall.
Harris, i
Mi. ;.- Harris
ceremoi
:.. M. P. M
lis of I
. ...

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le's ivitnes
.
Mr. Mrs. A -
M i -. K i-
: :. Fla.
Orlando Notes
Miss Maxine Braverman left
iy to spend the summer in the
i ;ill mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hani- and
daughters are spending several
month- in New York and will re-
her, Mr. turn to Orlando in the fall,
at- ______
! H.
Pr'Ms wet,
awarded and delicious refreshmZl
served. "
A joint monthly ,,.,,;,,
held Wednesday nighl at 8 \M
at the home of Mr. and Mrs s
Kapner. Cards were p]ayed
the meeting. Irving Moss, m.
dent of the congri gat n, vrai m
sented with a hand nm
ognition of untirii :, ,|urj"
his administration,
, Bess Gi
-. left f"r
Mr. and Mrs. I.. Jacob and fam-
ily are vacationing at Daytona
Beach for the summer.
Mr. Ben Halper is in Chicago n
e win- a imying trip.
______
M: Mr. Ansel Harris
___
Mr. and Mr-. S. Sir
the engagt ment ..:
marriage of tl
Louis, Miss Lee Sack* roff i I
New York City. Th< age w ill
take place August !';::: in New
York Cit;
Mr. Ha > si mai i..- his
He was
nttendi his pa ...
I uncle, M Mrs. J

Afti: thi ei i m nj I
were it the ad.
f M and Mrs. Talis
i a i .'..-..
Mr. and I their
iring the ev< i
the state,
ey will b< al
Is in Ja k- >m illc.
f Miami is
spending two weeks in Orlando vis-
v king his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A.
M ;.:. were \| Hani-.
lance ______
""- Mr. and Mrs. I. X. liurman re-
Mondaj turned yesterday from a trip to
Mrs. .1. Leo Radi spending!
few days in West m Beach. Ski
is staying at the Monterey Hotel.
i Mrs. .lack Barash and daughter.
Esher, left for a -:... at Atlantic
Beach to visit her mother. Albert
Barash went as far as Jackson-
ville, then t.i camp in the < arolina
mountains.
_
Mr.
Iren, Mr. and Mrs. Witt-
i Fla.
Mi. an I >hs. i on L. Haliczer
he birthday of
. S '.ia.
Saul nt Sun-
N\ wly fficers of 1
Mei Club and the
will test at a din-
net to be given by the i
June 24th. Horn
Dr. Fred L s and Mrs. l.t
Mr Adol] v. ; Mrs. Wei .
Mr. and Mrs. A Dr. .
Leon I z and Mr. Alfred Au-
gust e of 1
lun.: I >..'. 1.
and M Will am Wolfs
Mr. ai d Mrs. Abraham Frye,
irists, left for theii .
B n leaving
Mrs. Fry, entertaini
' ends at ard an I inch.
s. Ida
a;
: ';' .. Brockton, M
- -. ei Mrt lay
iliss M f Savai na
rs.
_:, .-- i
g, the the "spot"
y Miss Mil
Weii
game which
Mrs. J. Kaufman has returned
from Miami, where she spent sev-
eral weeks as the guest of her
1 toend. of Mrs. ,ther, Mrs. I. Roaeng.rten. While
: I" Welcome he! ,, ,. ,|
Pi tei
St.
Mrs. N
making their
. Mrs. A.
- Kaufman was the
tiy social courtesies.
I
Mis* Mary Hlattiur is
itives in Baltimore for
summer.
visiting
the re-
Mrs. Ben Ha
Miam V in
with -
M. J. (
1 \- n i .. City,
>f her
son-in-la er, Mr. an I
Mrs. M
W st v< : Hot* Aft Jul>
ims Mrs. Gn
I spend n mainder of the
at thi former's
i Mountain i
girls at Brandon, Vt.
Mrs. A.
a visit I Hei li N. c.
Mr. and Mi -. Harrj Hi
' now i' their
each hon i at Tn asun Island.
lii Safi r of VVauchula
ipent several days in Orlando the
past week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Siei
re now residing
their beach home, Sat I i
ell Beach.
Miss Celia Dvoskin. daughi Mr. Frank Kleinfeld, y
M- ---"' '-">im,.. uauua.c: o. ir. rrank Kieinfeld, young drug- i,.,,., d i
' Herman l- fist, son of Rabbi ana J 5 """" Beach"
Mi ind Mrs. J is B
Plan .. argi
I n > an I
at i il party and bu
sup| Bar
Mit Sun-
i1 lest Mr.
L N of New York Cit},
:. Mr. and Mrs. : '*' W,H be an feld- '>''< 'or his vacation to I
J.W : s. H.Aron- Bttendan ;': Eddis-Garfinkel
: Mrs. S. Neuwirth, wedding- "hlch Iakc;i P.....,l:;' 28th. Miss Dvoskin will b.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Neuwirth, Mr. farb. Miss Bern ice Ichill, Edyth* nono1 : a luncheon I
and Mrs. N. Lutz, Mr. and Mrs. Buchman, Miss Amelia Ichill, Miss ''>' th bride-elect in the
M. Juster, Mr. ai .: -. N. Buch- Juster, Miss Shirley Neuwirth, Morrif Hotel. While in Chicago
Mrs. 11. M Joyce Lutu, Miss Charlotte sne wi" '"' the Kuest of her uncle
' Mrs. li. s man, Mr. Sol Guterman, Mr. ::,;i aunt- '" and Mrs. Irving
'--' I 'ai I City, Mr. and Mi Buchman, Mr Saul Aron i- s
M. A novitz. Mr. and Mrs M. Lei- Mr. Seymour Neuwirth, Mr. ---------
i and Mrs. 0. Meero- i. Mr. Alvin Neu- Mi*ses Fa>e and Marie Jacobs
. Mr. Barrj Mogal, Mr. Al-1are "Pending their vacation ii B<
Mr' berl Aronovitz, M Ral| Jenkins. to". Mass, They were accompanied
Mr. \ fn \ Mr. by theil
Mrs. Louis Satlof and two chil-
dn:. of Columbus, Ga., are the
guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Have
everal weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Arstein and
and Mr. and Mrs. So]
spent the week-end at
Mrs. Hyman Jacobs of Atlanta,
l,:i- ^ice-president of District
Lodge No. :., B'nai B'rith,
visitor in Orlando Monday
u I Tuesday in the inten
e work,
and Mrs. S. Rosenfarb, Mr. and
r, Mr. an I Mrs. a.
Kutki:. Mr. and Mrs. L Rutkin,
Dr. and Mrs. L. R sen, Mr. and
Mr.-. George Ichill, Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Soman, Mr. anil Mrs. Charles
-. Mr. Phil Grul
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Siegal, Mr. Saun-
ders, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jenkins,
Mr. L Fondianu, Mr. and Mrs. San-.
Eatroff of Lakeland, Miss Fannie
Gruhste.n. Miss Mary Rosen. Miss
Pearl Buchman. Miss Ruth Rutkin.
Mis- Delia Rosenberg of Plant
City. Miss Rosalie Guterman, Miss
Aronovitz, Miss Beckie
Buchn Dorothy R sen-
rothers, 1-Vlix and Joseph
Siega!. Mr. Rio Rutkin. Mr. Marvin l^M 1^ v'" ^Si' ,V,at'V,>
,.M, Leonard Soma,M,^ "V'^V7 -^ '^ ''
Mr. Roy Jenkins, Mr. ,. "' D' Mm return-
h Buchman. waltz, by Betty Is
Ann and Raggedy Andy, by 52 m" ^P*ratUJ8-
Y. M. H. A. NOTES ;"l Jean Peterson; gavotte, by i Membera and thei'-
The first amateur night program AHce and Evelyn Del Rio and Mary We_________
'" Most of the talent
who appeared are students of the
Mary Fagan studio of Dancing.
On Sunday evening, June
a magic show will i,c jiven by
members of the Magicians' Club
V-M. H.A..who meet ever,
Wednesday evening. Their pro-
gram will be called "A Night of
Magic." Dancing will follow to
Sherman and his
friends will
of the season, held at the Y. M. ''I":'l'z; amaryllis, by Jan, Caro
H. A. auditorium on Sunday eve- ','v>; acrobatic waltz, by Jean IV-
June 21st, was very well at- u;<" personality baby, by Boot-
.ended. Following was the pro- Ml' la ,'1' Durdenj "Shady Tree"
jram: Paster ballet, by Jane Carol BUnK and danced by Loil Sandier;
Levy. Leone Jones. Charlotte So- Rian dame, by Hetty Israelson!
ran. Mary Florez, Adrienne Blum- ',:""' (i""1 Levy and Jane and
and I. Sandier; Spanish ,ean Person, and "My Man" by
Mary Gutkin. Mrs. Eli Han,
White Oak Leather
LADIES' HEELS 15c
HALF SOLES......50c
ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP
210 N. E. KirM AWBU-
Opp. Cortez Hot
ALVIN WALDER
New York. They were accompa-
nied home by their daughter and
in-law, Dr. and Mrs. A. II.
rack, who will visit in Orlando
for several weeks.
'l'h, unveiling of the tombstone
of the late Max Handel took place
1 hursday afternoon at the eeme-
terj of Congregation Ohev Sholem.
Relatives and friends attended.
Rev. B. Safi r officiated.
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Lay. JuneJ^OW
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
,sses Are Heavy
In Palestine
Le,ul.n.(W^:,cor A^ncy)
1 uure to Jewish property as a
Lrf result of the disturbances
f the pa.t ten week! is estimated
, nearly $900,000. An itemized
Lnt of the damage, lists 51; ooo
IL trees destroyed, worth tttl,-
... ;(lli fniit trees, mostly
' nprooted and destroyed,
It 575; 87,000 forest trees burned,
t-'ooo' 15.000 dunams Rrain
Ud'.nd destroyed, $76,000. Oth-
I fewish property burned and
Imaged is estimated at $585,000.
[\n unprecedented stringent cur-
L designed to curb the activities
\ Saboteurs and terrorists, was
Losed upon a wide area circling
trusalem. prohibiting any citizen
Itween the hours of 7 p. m. and
a. m. from walking within a
m.netre (about 1,500 feet) area
, either side of the Jerusalem-
[ffa read from the Jerusalem mu-
Lpal boundary to 2~ kilometers
Ltaut. The area will be closely
Lolled by troops, who have been
fven orders to enforce the curfew
Irktly.
IThe government reported that
i-o Arabs who had engaged in the
loleiit clash with troops near Tul-
Tirem were captured hiding in a
Lvc ill the nearby hills. One had
I rifle with 7n rounds of ammuni-
Jon and the other a shotjrun with
In cartridges. The killing of be-
Juven six and seven more Arabs
ml the slight wounding of three
British soldiers was reported dur-
Vg two encounters between Arab
trrorists and the military. The
8ia] shooting of one Arab was de-
Jtribed in a government commu-
Jique. which stated that a military
atrol traveling on the .laffa-.Ieru-
lalem railway line was held up by
In obstruction on the tracks. As
Ihi- train slowed down, Arabs be-
fcan sniping at the troops, who ex-
lhani.'ed the fire, killing one of
|hr attackers,
The same patrol was attacked
later further along the line by an
Irmed band stationed on both sides
If the railroad. The government
ktimated thai five or six Arabs
mm killed during this clash. Two
Soldiers were slightly wounded dur-
ing the shooting. Traffic between
Jerusalem and Jericho was sus-
pended as a result of the dynamit-
ing of the bridge connecting the
Iwo point.-.
ble with the highest officials of
the British government together
with Dr. Weizmann, David Ben
Gurion nad Prof. Felix Frankfur-
ter ... To give you an idea of the
working capacity of the future
president of the Z. O, A. (inci-
dentally, Wise was the founder of
the Z. O. A. and insisted at that
time that the late Professor Gott-
heil take the presidency) we will
tell you that his ship, the Beren-
garia, sailed at 11 a. m. and that
Dr. Wise dictated campaign letters
to his secretary in the UPA from
8 a. m. to 10:30 Few people be-
lieve that Morris Rothenberg will
be a candidate against Wise .
Rothenberg knows too well that
Wise's prestige with the Jewish
and non-Jewish world make him
second only to Brandeis as the out-
standing Jewish personality in this
country.
the Democratic national convention
his vote will be cast, by Bert Stand,
Tammany Hall's Jewish secretary'
who is Al'a alternate Rabbi
Edward T. Sandrow of Portland
and Mayer T. Mottelson of the
Seattle Jewish Transcript are
among the supporters of a new
Seattle daily planned to fight
Hearstism and Fascism The
denial of Vladimir Poliakoff, the
Russian Jew who has Bold hia Gei
man paper published in Paris to
interests opposed to the fight
against Hitler. i> not worth the
paper it's written on You may
"ever be aide to prove that Nazi
money was handled by this gentle,
man. but the dismissal of Georg
Bernhard as editoi i.- sufficient
proof.
Page Five
Strictly
Confidential
Tidbits From Everywhere
Bj PHINEAS J. BIRON
Ziimismia
when a delegation of Zionist
leaders called on Dr. Stephen S.
^ise to accept the nomination for
The presidency of the Z. O. A., he
pncluded his acceptance speech
lv-'th the following words: "Gentle-
|m|,n. n,;,:, Providence be with you!"
' -In ease you've forgotten, the
Willard Hotel
The Washington conference of
the American Jewish Congress was
a big bust as far as we're con-
cerned There wasn't any gos-
sip floating around the lobby ol
the Willard But we noticed a
few oddities, for instance Ber-
nard G. Richards, secretary of the
congress for many years, was seen
in the vicinity of the hotel, but
never ventured into the conference
room The reason was that tin
American Jewish Committee had
quoted him as an opponent of the
World Jewish Congress The
fellow who looks exactly like Sir
Oswald Mosley, the British Fascist,
was none other than lly Wisben-
grad, the godo looking member of
the J. T. A. editorial staff .
There was a reason for the New-
York Day being represented at the
conference by its publisher, city
editor, former editor of the Eng-
lish section and, of course, the ed-
itor-in-chief. Dr. Samuel Mar-
goshes There is no doubt that
The Hay did more than any other
newspaper to make the conference
a success.
We're Telling You
The mysterious big shot of the
Black Legion is the same wealthy
industrialist who subsidized the
Ku Klux Klan He's also said to
be the chief financial backer of
Nazi propaganda in this country
. Orthodox Jews can eat at the
same table with Seventh Day Ad
ventists because the latter also ab
stain from eating ham and pork
. When the delegates to the Re-
publican national convention at
Cleveland were not whooping it up
for their candidates, they were
storming the theatre where Clif-
ford Odet's play of Jewish life in
the Bronx, "Awake and Sing." is
being given ... If Al Smith sticks
to his determination not to atteni
The World's
Window
(Continued from Page :',)
and liberty; to see to it that the
future shall belong to those sane
historic human insights which have
prevailed before and will prevail
again; to recognize these mon-
strous psychical infections for
what they are and to continue in
our all but eternal way to wring
cosmos from chaos and so fulfill
the meaning of human life.
Written according to different
methods in different languages and
quite independently of each other,
these two book-, Lowenthal'g and
Zweig's, converge curiously in in-
ner temper and ultimate conclu-
sion, in sell-discipline and sobriety
of temper. A great part of the
world has gone raving mad. Our
historians and analyst! survey that
madness and remain sane and hu-
mane. That in itself is no small
achievement; that circumstance
alone can help us to work and t >
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force of an epidemic. It will rage
until it is spent or succumb to
some violent and catastrophic pur-
gation.
For us it is, according to Zweig,
to be strong by virtue of this in-
sight; to hear witness to sanity
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iZionist
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l!\, XV'S''S 'andidac-y, will be
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By
RABBI ISRAEL H. WEISFELD
Containing the
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Where Famine Stalked. Jetcs of America Through the
J. I). C. ere Able to Help Sustain 50.000 Jewish irf.ms
When serious famine conditions
prevaJed in Bessarabia and Moldavia
provinces of Roumania in which 50.-
000 persons among the Jewish popu-
lation were affected, the Joint Distri-
bution Committee immediately sent
aid into that territory Soup kitchens
were opened in Bucharest. Akkerman.
Ismail. Bairamtsha. Romanovka. and
Bender in the stricken area Through
financial aid and cooperation of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee, the Red Cross was able
to operate special Jewish kitchens.
The above photo shows a group of
Jewish children from famine areas on
their arrival in Bucharest to which
the> were transported by tl:e Arr.er-
KU Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee to be fed. clothed and taken
care of until conditions in their home
communities ,ame back to normal.
During 1935. approximately S200.-
"".....led by tl l re-
tribution Committee through the
Amencan Joint Reconstruction Found-
ation, in which the J D C and the
Jewish Colonization Association are
equal partners, for the work of the
, loan kassas in Roumania. and for
rehabilitation work among Jews
' there
The American Jewish Joint Distri-
bution Committee now engaged in a
national campaign for S3.500.000 is
the major organization in America
engaged in rehabilitation work in be-
half of Jews in Eastern Europe Since
1921 it has made available to the lews
ill Poland and Eastern Europe more
than $400,000,000 in loans. The
j DC. sustains hundreds of medical
and sanitary institutions, summer
colonies, religious, secular and tradt
training schools in Eastern Europe
A minimum of SI.150.000 is required
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Strictly
Confidential
Annul People
Ma Reading.
I I Rea ling*, ii
visiting this counl
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N. J. F Jew
To the People of Dade County:
: imbly grateful 1 nominal tl D
Sheriff in the N eleetioi
To my friends an I ,:e u, express my -
'*' Tha: ible, but I shall exert
nduct I -' f f as to
and support.
, Aw ":: I intv,
D. C C0LEMAN,
Sheriff of Dade County.
from memberahip have invoked a
swell idea to bring their boss to
terms After the employees
Island dub that excludes Jews
mionized they began picket-
e clubhouse and carried signs
liming their demands in Eng-
sh .. Harry Hersh-
| :, funny expt rience in
n with his el fortt to raise
Yesl iva College .
to whom he wrote
mbership was
... n. the movie ty-
'.- letter came back
ned Stamped on the en-
words: "Refused.
. returned unopened,
G no! read
insolicited manuscripts."
. in. i lentally, Jack Dempsey is
one of those who have become
members of Yeshiva College cam-
rn committee.
for publishers, pi ilUcrs ,
taator. of anti-Jewish Bt
ustt
Prague (WNS)- H decree for-
bidding every sort of anti-Semitic
propaganda has been issued by the
Czechoslovak government. The de-
cree provides heavy punishment
INVISIBLE
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Inv'sll':" in ih,
South lla ade in-
B U B I) i n k J
'Talm Beach Shop"
Display Window
On First Street side, m
to Miami Avenue.
As usual, in keeping
with the trend in modem
store front and display
window designs-this in.
stallation is being made by
BINSWANGER&CO.
1212 N.E. Second Ave.
S. H. BOSENDOIF, Mp.
I
I Sincerely Thank the
Voters of Dade County
Fan Club There's a man called
Leo Frankfurter who was born at
43 Frankfurters! rasse in Frank-
furt-am-Main, Germany, where his
manufacl ired frankfurters
. Lucille Smith Croumbs, daugh-
Sarah B. Smith, well known
'.wish novelist and playwright, has
gned a contract with Alex Yokel
a play Lucille, who
looks like 18- I e much
at her motl
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lied th Calil
Saj ros had .. ne foi

for their loyalty and friendship last Tuesday
at the pol's. I shall reward their expression
of confidence in me by a faithful performance
of the office of Constable in District 2 of Dade
County in a manner that will briny efficiency,
enforcement and high repute to the office. I
am deeply grateful to all my friends.
TOM WOOD
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I Sincerely Thank the
Voters of Dade County
For .heir splendid expression of confidence in me and i-h to
assure one and aU thai I .hall at all limes do my utmost ,
do thai winch is best for the interest of all the people of mi
district and the entire county.
N. P. L0WREY
I Am Deeply Appreciative to the
Voters of Dade County
Whos,. unselfish and hole-hearted support enabled me lo
achieve victor) as Tax Collector. I shall conduct the affairs
<>f the office in a manner that will reflect credit on m> man)
devoted friends and supporters.
HAYES WOOD
FRANK WOLKOWSKY
18 N. K. FIRST AVENUE
LUCKY PURCHASE SALE
New ShipmentJust Arrived
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I'hone Kdyewater 1686
I Sincerely Thank All the Voters
Of Dade County
Particular!) my many Jewish friends, for their splendid sup.
port last I ucaday. I -hall so conduct the affair- of the office
of Cout) Purchasing Agent that the) will he proud of hav-
ing aided me.
WILLIAM I). JOYCE
We "ere indeed fortunate in
securing these fine all wool
suits from the house of Grlf-
i manufacturers of qua|itN
Clothing. Included in the lot
are both -ummer and fall
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-had.-. Sizes SS ,fi ^
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KINK
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lust I npackedHundreds of New
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