The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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Vol. 10No. 20
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 137
Price Five Outs
Strictly
Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Beth David To
Hold Confirmation
Read With Care
Anti-Semitic organizations are
only less disappointed than the the- nhant
at re owners at the failure of New
York's license commissioner to re-
new the licenses of the burlescpie
houses The fact that Jews
held many of these licenses was
being widely exploited by the anti-
Jewish groups The appoint-
ment of Dr. Heinrich Bruening.
German ex-chancellor, to the Har-
vard faculty, was indirectly made
uoBlbta hv Lucius N. Uttauer .
Sunday evening, May 23, begin
nlng al g o'clock, Beth David Con-
gregation win hold Its annual con-
firmation exercises iu the syna-
gogue under the diiectiou of Kubbi
Max Shapiro with Mrs. Harry Oli-
in charge of the program.
Among those who will be con-
firmed are Louis Arouowitz, Jules
Beckwitt. Nanette Cohen, William
Dock, .Martin Dubler. Herbert
Fischer, Jack Oilman, Lucille
Urooper, Shirley Jauiiaon, Pear,
Kalisii, Ruth Kenilal, Betty Kirsch-
I'lib.aiiu. Teddy Lazarus. Henry
Mendell, Bobbie Resnlck, Leroy
Iti-iiening has been named lecturer Rubinstein, Bella Shall, Gloria
on government in the new Harvard | Schiieiderinan, David Seitlin. liar
Graduate School or Public Admin- old Solomon, Murray Spitser. Loul*
Istratlon, which was founded with Spitzer and Murray Zc hn. Dining
utiaiier's 12,000,000 gift Dr.I the evening teachers' diplomas will
It. K. Geer, president of Kiirman be awarded conditioned on one
I'nlverslty, Greenville, S. ('., is one year's substituting service in a
of the prominent Southerners who recognised Sunday school to the
is righting efforts cl industrialists following: Kvclyn Auslander. Ki-
lo defeat unionisation of textile Isle Bather, Thai ma Kroenfeld,
workers by rousing feeling against; Shirley Pepper, Esther Pont, How-
Jewish organizers Speaking of aid Schwartz. Harold Shapiro,
South Carolina reminds us that the Julias Sokolow, Miriam Welntraub,
swanky Saint Cecilia Society of Adele Sootln, living Ginsburg,
Charleston has a set of by-laws -Maitin Qreenberg and Josephine
which bars divorcees, actresses and j Freed. All conflrmands will pre
.lews from its social functions .sent original essays during the eve-
Anti-Semitic businessmen in Mew ning'a program, a reception will
Agitator Attacks
Noted Rabbi
New York iWXSI- Speaking al
a dinner given in honor of himself
and Judtfo Jill an W. Mack by
the nierchund isl council of the
Allie.i in .le.i-.i Congress. Dr.
Stephen 8. Wise revealed he had
received a im atcning letter from
Robrt Kdwaid Kdmoiidson. anti-
Semitic pamphleteer, and that Dr.
H. C. Kngelbrecht. Christian au-
thor, who won the Opinion Maga-
zine contest for the best essay on
how to combat ami Semltlsm, bad
received a similar leiler from an
organisation railing Itself "Uer-
mans of Aryan Descent and Sons of
the Christian Revolution" in which
iie was warned of violence, lu hie
address. Dr. Wise again urged thai
1 lie Zionist Congress be held i.
America, predicted that Sholem
Ascll would win the Nobel Prise
and declared that "we will have in
Palestine iiie greatest, nobles! ant
frees! il.....ocracy the world has
known." Other speakers were
Judge Ferdinand Pecora, Louis
Nizei. M. Maldwin Fertig, who pre
ided: Sholem Asch and Judge
Mack.
follow the formal program.
public is Invited ic attend.
York are said to be contributing follow the torn
in an anti Nazi boycott organisa-
tion in order not to lose their Jew-
ish customers for German goods
. Due to the efforts Of James
N Rosenberg and John W. Davis
is.not) copies cif "We or They." a
swell anti-Fascist tome by Hamil-
ton Fish Armstrong, have been
bought and sen! to key people
throughout the country.
About a Visitor
Some strange stories are being
ti Id about this Profe8SOr Leo
Frobenlus, the German archeologlst I under the auspices of a commit-
who is here on a lecture tour tee representing every Jewish or-
As we told you last week, be is ganlzation In Greater .Miami. Mrs
said to be a Nazi agent We Murry Grossman is general chair-
are also Informed, however, that man, with Sidney Segall and Murry
' iree exiled German scientists, Cossman co-chaiimen. Other mem
Franz Torbeke, Arnold Hollrelgel bers of the committee are Sol
and Dr. German, are accusing him Rotfort, Cantor Boris Schlachman,
Pallot. Adele Segall,
Many Zukernick, Mrs. Ida Optner,
Myra Goodkowsky, Lillian Wucher,
Community Mass
Meeting Planned
a mass meeting, designed to
an.use .Miami Jewry to present-day
world Jewish problems, will beheld
on Monday evening, May 24, at
Temple Israel, beginning al S:15
o'clock. The meeting will be held
allegedly having no right to the e. Alberl
claim of having discovered the
African pre-hlstoiic caves, which
he claims to have explored .
Hollriegel insists that he is the dis-
coverer and that Frobenlus appro-
priated his material Oilier in-
Ge rge Chertkoff, Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose, Leu Robinson, Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz and Mrs. Maurice Jacobs.
Prominent speakers will discuss
fcrmation concerning Frobenlus Is conditions and a program of gala
entertainment will be presented
during tl.....veiling. Complete de
tails will appe ir In our next i sue
JERSEY SYNAGOGUS GROUPS
CONDEMN GAMBLING DEVICE
Elizabeth, N. J. IWNS) Bingo
games, lotteries and other forms
of gambling as a means of raising
Vienna is agog over a sensatloTTal funds for synagogues and other
suit filed against Barons Eugene ; Jewish Institutions were condemned
and Louis Rothschild by a Frau | by the eighth annual convention
Teresa Cold, who claims to be the'r of the New Jersey branch of the
mother. .. She is seeking 1.000! United Synagogue of America.
000 schillings on the basis of oer- The convention also went on ,en.ni
tain documents which are supposed BS opposing Jewish political or-
l" prove that she was secretly mar-j gani/af-ns and the exploitation f
(Continued on Page 8) Jewish institutions by politician
that he was appointed museum di-
rector in Frankfort-am-Main In
193-1 after a conference with Hitler.
that he once tried vainly to gel B
job through the late Kurt Eisner
Socialist premier of the short-lived j
Bavarian Republic, and that he dls-
1 -barged his assistant, who is now
In New York, in- ause he is mar-
ried lo a Jewess.
Transatlantic Flashes
Zionists Will
Name Delegates
Because of the nearess of the an-
nual convention of tin- Zionist Or-
ganisation of America, which wll'
he held in Buffalo, an Important
meeting of the Greater Miami Zion
ist District will be held iu Kaplan
Hail on Monday evening. May 24.
beginning at s o'clock. Immediately
preceding the mass meeting to be
held there that night for the pur-
pi Be of iec eivlng the report of the
nominating commit I......nil electing
delegates and alternates to the
convention. All members of the
i! strict are urged to attend,
Refugee Gives
Probable Clue
Pittsburgh (WNSl Dr. Curt
stem. German-Jewish refugee sci-
entist ami one of the world's grenl
est atomic physicists, who was on
the staff of the Zeppelin works in
Germany before he was exiled, I as
naile a far-reaching discovery
which may explain the mystery of
the explosion which wrecked the'
Hlndenberg. Dr. Stern, now on the
tail of the Carnegie Institute of
Te hnology, reported t the Amerl-1
can Physical Society's convention
In Washington a week before the!
dirigible crash the discovery that
leaking hydrogen can explode sp in
taneously by virtue of t e fad tin
the pr ton, the hear! of the hydro \
nen atom, possesses a strange >-
cess of magnetic t o > r *>.i c'icalcs thai this ptrtl 1e ot ., e.-
an ignite without tin help of an
oulide ilk.
Miami Y. M. H. A.
Buys Building
Following intensive work during
the pasl several mouths the mem
bers of the building committee of
the Miami Yc ling .Mens Hebrew
Association announce the purchase
of the building occupied by the or
ganlzation at S. W. 16th avenue and
Fifth street and the adjoining lots
lo the north was announced This
week by Executive Director Boric
Schlachman. The Sircpr.-rty pur-
chased fronts M>U feet on S. W. ll'.th
avenue from S. W. Fifth street to
Fourth street, loo feet on 8. w.
Fourth street ami loO feet Oil S. \V.
Fifth street, ii is Improved by ;
frame buildine ami several smaller
hlllld-'ngs which has been occupied
by the organization for the past
several years. On the building com-
mittee arc- E. Albeit Pallot, Al
Kcisenlelcl. Jack Apte. Milton Fried-
man and Harry Schwartz. A cam
paign for the purpose of raising
funds to complete the purchase will
begin Immediately under iiie direr
ion of Boris Schlachman, dlrecto
of the "Y." Following passing o
title Improvements to the grounds
will begin.
Synagogues Plan
Shvuoth Services
SllVUOth services will he usheieo
ill at tile Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation Saturday evening a,
7:3o o'clock. Sunday morning sort
Ices begin at II c. clock With a sei
mon by Rabbi Abraham A. Kelluei
cm "/.man Matan Toiasaynu." Sun-
day evening services begin at ti
o'clock Monday morning services
oe-in tit y o i lock with the "YiskoF
r Memorial services al 10:30, pre-
eded by a sermon on "Shall We
Itemember?" by Rabbi Kellnei.
The public is invited t ; attend.
Saturday morning the regulat
services in Beth David Congrega-
tion, beginning at 8:30, will wit-
ni-.-s i e confirmation of David
Seitlin, the son t i Mr. and Mrs,
Henry Seitlin. and Stanle) Brown,
s......i Mr. and Mrs. David Brown.
The boys will recite the Haftoro
ami the usual blessings and speak
briel > Rabbi -Max Shapiro will ]
deliver t In- sermon. Saturday
evening at sundown the Shvuoth|
festival -.x ill be ushered In. At the
Sunday morning services Rabbi
Shapin will preach on "The Mes-
sage c I Sinai Do We Al re; I It'.'"
Mo day morning. Immediately pre-
ceding the Vizkor or .Memorial
services, beginning at 10 o'clock
Rabbi Shapiro will preach on "Why
is Man Afraid <>r Death?"
--------
At Beth Jacob Congregation. Mi-
ami Beach, Shvuoth services begin
at 7 p. m. Saturday evening with I
cantor Mam ice Mamches chanting
the service- Sunday and Monday
mornings the services begin at
8:30 a. m. with the Ylskor or'
Memorial service at 10 a. in. Mon-1
day morning chanted by Cantor
Mam. Il ij. The public is invited to j
attend all services.
Jewish News
Around the
World
SIR HERBERT SAMUEL
IS NAMED VISCOUNT IN
CORONATION HONORS
London (W.nsi sir Herbert
Samuel, first high commissioner of
Palestlue and veteran Jewish lead-
er and statesman, topped the list
of IU Jews included in King
George's dispensation of honors
and titles on the occasion of his
.-oronatii n. Sir Herbert was one
if the two men created viscounts
which automatically entitles him to
membership in the House of Lords.
The other Jews honored were
lulius Ellas, one-time newsboy and
now publisher of the Laborite
Daily Herald and other publica-
tions, who was given a baronetcy;
Sir Felix Cassel, former judue ad-
;i)i-ale-general, who was appointed
to the Privy Council, the highest
egal tribune In the British Empire;
Sir Isaac Isaacs, termer govemor-
reneral of Australia, who became
knight of the Grand Cross of Bath:
Sir Michael Myers, chief justice of
New Zealand, who received the
Grand Cross or Michael and St.
George; Maurice Hloch, honorary
president or the Glasgow Jewish
Board of Guardians; Louis Ster-
ling and Samuel Cohen, who were
knighted; Captain Aarons. presi-
dent of the Organization of Hlind
War Veterans of New South Wales,
and Mrs. Knimy Cohen, who Were
given membership in the Order of
the British Empire. The elevation
Of So- Herbert Samuel to the House
Of Lords will mark his return to
an active- political career which
was Interrupted alter 4U years when
lie was defeated In the 1935 Parlia-
mentary elections,
Jerusalem IWN8I Three Jews
ami one Arab were Included In the
coronation honors announced in
London to mark the coronation of
King George VI. Membership In
the Ordei ef the British Empire
was pi nferred upon Emil Hauser,
'I r -(lor of the Jerusalem Conserva-
toire of Music ; Chaim Salomon.
ic liner vice mayor of Jerusalem;
Michael Alenikoff and Hassan Bey
Shukri, mayor of Haifa. Who dur-
ing the past year and a half has
e 111 nl ly been subjected t at-
tn ks by Ara1 s on gn.....ds of al-
I 0\ !: pat tiality to Jews.
REFUSES TO RECOGNIZE
NUREMBERG LAWS
Leyden, Holland fWNSl Hoi
land's refusal to recognise the
validity of the Nuremberg marriage
laws in Dutch territ ry is revealed
in the bulletin of the Internal onal
Juridical Institute, which publishes
a number of recent decisions on
the suhje t by Dutch courts. In
one ense the court issued a mar-
rlnge ll ense t 1 an Aryan German
woman and a stateless Jew after
emphas'sing that though the Ger-
man marital laws "may appeal to
German public- opinion, they are
contrary to the fundamental piin
clples or the Institutions of the
N"e*i-e-hi-cis ami threaten Dutch
public order."
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. Ma> M 19J7
On Sunday morning, May :.'::. at
10 o'clock, the closing exercises of
Beth David Sunday school will lie
held in the Talmud Torah build-
inn, "inn prizes will he awarded
in the honor students. The parents
ami friends are cordially Invited to
all end
*
An Interesting and varied pro-
gram was presented at the annual
Mothers' Day meeting which Junior
iladassah held last evening al Kap
Ian Hall.
Mrs. Bernard Katz was general M',vo '"nv School and is a mem-
chairman for the evening and pre- '"''" "f <""il- national b......wry law
sented the program in two parts, society.
rail ime included the Following:
\h- Leonard Epstein, who was re-
SOCIETY
Beach where she resided at the
Hull Whttelaw.
.Mr. Beckerman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Beckerman of Cleve-
land, Ohio, is a graduate of Har
vard University and western He-
iiniiy installed as president of
Senior Hadassah, was guesl Bpeak-
ii i r lie evening; Mis. Joseph
Williamson extended greetings from
Senioi Hadassah; Mrs. Evelyn
Itaff presented vocal selections,
nccoinpanled by Miss Marion Freed, nounce
who played piano solos, ami Caro- daughte
lie is associated with .1.
s. Bache, siock brokers in Via ml
Beach. The couple will s:>end the
summer here ami will leave in the
fall for a trip, and on returning
"ill resldl en Hibiscus Island.
following the exercises
mini- win served by Hi
Auxiliary.
refresh Synagogue, is a patient at the Al-
Ladies ion Road Hospital toll wing an op-
. ation lasi week,
Greatei Miami Jewrj Is extended
a cordial invitation lo attend the
reception being tendered to Rabbi
Column Zwitman by Temple Israel
ami its sisieihood n honor of the
Mr. and Mr.- Samuel Parkas <
New York, formerly if Miami, an
he engagement of their
-Miss Hose I'arkas. and
lyn Lichtenstetter played the ac- Marx Felnberg, a son of Mr. a"d
cordion. Mrs. Maurice Felnberg of .Miami
Pan t.v.i was under the dlrec- Beach. \o date lias been set for
lion oi \ifss Adele Segall, who pre- the wedding. Miss Parkas was
sell ted a number of tre members of graduated from Miami High School
Young .India, of which organize and is active in Junior Iladassah.
lion she is sponsor, in a program
as follows: Rather Arglntar wave
a reading, "The Minuet;" Nataloah
Sinii n gave greetings; greetings by
Mrs. Isaac Levin, representative of
the mothers of the Young Judeans: i
she has been making her home in
Miami Beach with her sister, Mrs.
Margaret Sel gtnan,
Mr. Felnberg was graduated
from Miami High School ami re-
celved his a. b. ami bachelor of
reading. "The White Carnation," I laws degree from the University of
by Diana Hlaimaii: violin number
bj Jack Mendell, ami a Bcene from
"As Von Like it" (Shakespeare)
was presented by Jack Mendell.
Betty Anne Kirschenbaum and
Dorothy Levin.
Mothers' Day meeting
marked the formal closing of the
acth n is i i Hi.- administration of
I!i3fl '' ami each mother present
r- i elvi i! ;, ,,., A social hour fol-
lowed ihe program.
*
Miss Lilyan Helen Wolk became
t he bride ol Stanley M Bi i ke man
lasi Tuesday al the home of Mrs.
Edward l' Strong. Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David Temple per-
formed 11......emony, A buffet
mip -i was followed by a recep-
and open house.
Tin hride ehi i is tin- daughter
oi Mr. and Mrs 11. D. Wolk of
Toledo. Ohio. She attended To-
ledo Woodward High School and
Toledo University. F i three years
she has hei-n a resident of Miami
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M and Mrs I Mannheimer of
Miami Beach announce the engage-
mi nl of ihe r daughter, Ethel, to
Dr. Daniel K Colin of Detroit,
Mil Mi.-s Mannheimer is the
principal of the Mannheimer School
oi Miami Beach and is :i graduate
of To: nell University. Dr, i 'o in is
a graduate of the University of
Mil higan.
* *
Closing exercises of the Sunday
school of the Miami Jewish Ortlio
d0X Congregation was held at the
synagogue lasi s.....lay nlghi in the
presence of several hundred uuests.
Mr. Nathan Adelmall. treasurer of
Hi.....ngregation, presided. The
opening prayer was given by
Mars lall Sevin and ihe closing
prayer by Herbert Wllensky. Pol
lowing reeltatli na and a playlet,
an address was delivered by Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner of the con
gregal on. Gifts to the Sunday
school faculty from ihe Ladies Aux-
iliary of the congregation were
presented by Mrs. Nal Blumberg,
vice president elect. Mr. 11. M
Ih-evlch, president of th.....ng
gntlo'i -p ke briefly and then pre-
sented Rabbi Kellner with a wrist
watch from the ho.ml of directors
of ihe congregation, Prises for
Scholastic excellency Wee awarded
on behalf of the congregation for
Sunday school work to loan Mor-
ris. David Kaplan, Charlotte Blum-
berg, Donald Berkowitz, Leon Kas-
sin. Ruth R senfehl. Rita Cross-
man and Herbert Wllensky. Prizes
in the Talmud Torah were awarded
to Esther Kaasln, Melvin Morris.
Paul Safer. Hilly Lubel, Max
Marshall Sevin and Ronald Mann.
SHOES fov
>men: WOMEN! ^
rabbi's birthday, Friday evening,
May 14. iminodiateh after till rel
lar rellgli us service- al Temi le
Israel. Rabbi Zw ii man i ante t o
Miami last September lo become
associated ii h Temple I ael mid
its spiritual head, Rabbi Dr. .hoe!
ii Kaplan Rabbi Zwitman a
graduate oi Ihe Jewish Institute
>f Religion, established b> Rabbi
Stephen Wise. During his si
M ami lie has become actli
every communal movement and
has I.....n e.inl in Ihe pulpits of
each congregation in Mia i He
has been active with ihe Zi nisi
movement, student work al Ihe uni-
versity and ih H'nal H'rlth
activities
* *
A licet ing Of the joint c mn
representing all Greater Miami
Jewish organizations "i'l !" held'
on Monday evening, Maj 17. ut
Beth David Talmud Torah Hall
10 arrange final di tails foi i ho
Joint mass meet ni; to be held on
Monday. May 24, at Temi le I- ael
All Miami organizations an
to have their represents! \\ es pn -
ent at this committee meeting.
*
Mrs. Man: le Maim lies, n Ife of
Cantor Mamches : Bi I h la ii b
The family of the late Hyman
N. Levy wish to thank their rela-
tives and friends for the kind
ness and sympathy shown ihem
during their recent bereavement.
The annual Sunday school picnic
Of Beth David S.....lay school and
Talmud Torah will be lield on Sun-
day. M;ii So, ihe exacl place to be
iinnouni ed ......i nexi Issue.
-
Mrs Paul Liibin flew lo Itimlnl,
"he e she Mill spend several weeks
as the guesl of Lady Helen Dun-
combe and daughter.

Mr. and Mr- Dai id I'.rown f
102.1 S. W -"Hi avenue extend a
cordial invitation to theli friends
to attend Ihe Bar Mltza of their
son, Stanley, al Beth David Syna
gogue Saturday morning. May 16,
at 9:3tt o'clock. .Mrs. N'athan
nbaum, her daughter; Mrs.
I..... Meyer and daughter. Shirley,
will leave next Meek for Neiv York
City fn m m here they will leave
on the 2th aboard the S. S, Rex
i for a visit to Palestine.
*
David L i i.~. operator of the
Itosedale Di I cat< -en fo, ihe past
' years, died follow ing n -In it ill
ness lasi Mnnda> morning al the
Aliim Road Hospital. Mr. Boris
1 nine to Ihe 1'n ted States I'r.....
Poland al.....i 2.1 years ago and re-
sided in Miami for Ihe pas) n
years, during l< h time he made
a large nu ber l friends ami be-
know a for In- generosity and
kindness, Film al nei i ii es w en
conducted in ihe Carter W xsom
al Home Tuesda) nfternoon
111 Ihe re-, ii. i several hundred
friends by Rabbi Max S iai it.....
Beth David Congregation Foil* w-
Ing Ihe services members ol the
odd Fellows conducted the last
rites, The eon, hiding services
eld in the Greater Miami
'' Ish Cemeterj Association sec-
tion oi \\o dlawn Cemetery with
Rabbi Shapiro officiating. Boris
mrvlving him several broth-
ers nnd a mother, all in Poland;
[ several uncles and other
[ in Miami and New York,
a member of lieth David
nation, Sholem Lodge i
B'rlth. the Y. M. H. .\.. tin 0. 0
F. and other organlzatioi
>
Mrs. Etta Green of Ml h
and Cincinnati announce
gagemenl of her daughte
Catherine Khrtnan. to Mi Saul
Optner of this city, son ol |,|,
Optner, president of the
Vuxlllary of the Jewish nure
Bureau. Miss Ehrman is .[
ate of the Cincinnati i ,lf
Music and Dramatic Arts \|,
Optner is associated with 0|
flee of Dade County tax t,,r
The wedding will be an
the early full.
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IJne lo the sudden ilia! : \|r
Samuel Bearman, husband ma
of the ofiii era i r the MI sec-
tion of the National Coum il of
Jewish W men. the Inst n
luncheon scheduled for U
will lie held today. May It
Slrathhaven Hotel begllin ng at
12:80 o'clock. A splendid pi
has been arranged to Whil I the
general public is Invited.
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The annual cafeteria Inn eon
sponsored by Ihe Ladies Auxiliary
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau fur
this coining Monday will In eld
on May 2-1 because of the Shvuoth
holiday. The ev.nl will In II
at the Southern Cafeti
Flagler street, from 11 a. m to '}
p. m., with the proceeds goini r
the welfat e work of the on
lii n. This will he follow ed
monthly meeting of I ie
All members of the organ n
are urged to attend, as the n Ig
of the revised by-laws
place.
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Attention is called to tin
thai all prices for the
Magic Chef ranges adwr
this issue of The Jewish F
Will advance "Vj per cent
on and after May 15, acci rtl
;nh Ices received by the i '
Water and Gas Co. of Miami
A complete line of these an I
famous gas ranges and appl
ar.....i display at the s!.....
ill the company al Lath and W -
Ingti n, Miami Beach.
Bemberg
SUPS-
that belong
in everyone's
travel bags
1.49
each
Easy to launder (no ironing
needed) cool shadow
proof run proof these
slips have almost everything to
make a perfect garment. In
bra-top style. 32 to 38 or V-top
for sizes 34 to 40. White, tea
rose!
BurditiQ's
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FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1937
Vol. 10No. 20
Stand Up and Be Counted
From Biblical times on, we Jews have been repeatedly told
"Stand up and be counted." When first we were subjected to
a census and our Shekels taken down on through history this
"stand up and be counted" has been dinned into our ears.
Not always, to our sorrow, have we heeded this age-old cry
of our people. And too often, much too often, has this call been
enforced upon us by our foes and enemies. Yes ... we have
"stood up ... we have been counted" by our persecutors
throughout the many years of our long and thorny path ... in
the days of the Spanish inquisition ... in our travails through-
out Europe and Asia ... in the days of the horrible blood
libels .WE HAVE BEEN STOOD UP ... we have been
counted and too many times this counting has detracted
from our strength and from our numbers because they were
followed by auto-da-fes ... by pogroms ... by decimation. .
Even today ... in days of so-called enlightened civilization
... we are being counted ... in colleges institutions of learn-
ing ... in mercantile establishments ... we are being counted
... In Germany we are being counted Poland, Roumania,
even in our own Palestine the British Empire is counting our
people and, sad to say, not for our benefit. ...
Why not face the issue like real men and women like
those of our sacred forefathers who hesitated not to be counted
. but of their own free will, because it was a duty to be cheer-
A scene from the
make a tour of the United States
^^^^^JSad/^hichattracted thousands in New York and which will shortly
mUxml
Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Am 1 happy, or am I happy?
Don't eskJust read on:
lu behalf of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association of Greater
Miami I deem it a privilege and
pleasure to inform the Jewish popu-
late of this area, as well as our
many members and friends else-
where, of a momentous occasion In
the annals of "Y" history.
A dream of five years, realised
with the purchasing of 37,500
square feet of land at 16th avenue
S. W., running from 4th to fifth
street. This land includes our
present home. Chairman K. Albert
Pallot and his building committee
Bernie Frank, third baseman; Al
Reisman, short field; George Reich-
gott, left field; Ralph Grossman,
center field, and Normy Thaler,
right field. Substitutes were Abe
Winer. Hy Rubin, Al Fromberg,
Abe Berkowitz, Sammy Tendrich
and Jerome Weinkle.
Lest 1 forget, Julges Wilson was
re-elected water boy and will have
as his assistants, L-ew Safanowitz
and Arthur Blatt. What a combi-
nation!
The Civic League diamond-ball
eason will start next week. Watch
this column and the daily papers
for dates.
A splendid musical program was
presented by Chairman Eleanor
Rubin, who introduced the follow-
ing performers: Baby Adele Rosen-
bloom. Mrs. Wiliam Friedman.
Rose Levy, Billy Wilson. Joseph
Mandelbaum, Phil Weintraub. Mau-
rice Fodor and Mrs. Marion Shin-
and Director Boris Sihliichmnn a! dell. Refreshments were served by
to be commended for this splendid M,g Jule8 Wilson. Mrs. Al Rosen
feld. Mrs. Kathryn Morris. Mrs.
Weintraub and Miss Molly Apte.
action.
fully met. .
The esteemed Justice Brandeis has called this cry back to
us in these modern days again we hear "Stand up and be nf recreation, such as handball.
counted." We need to show the entire world that there is such! tennis, badmlnti n. volly-ball, has
a thing as united Jewish action for a worth-while purpose. We | vet bail, wrestling, boxing and gym-
must show the League of Nations, the Royal Commission of nasties, may be enjoyed. Bxecu-
Palestine, the blundering, doddering statesmen of the great
British Empire that Jewry is behind the movement for a real
Jewish homeland in Palestine where, if nothing else, the
persecuted, wandering, homeless Jew driven from pillar to post
by every maniacal dictator seeking to find a scapegoat, may
find shelter and peace.
Improvements of many descrip-
tions will have to be made to con-
vert this property Into a fine ath- installation dinner
letlc field, where the various forms "> ^ ^ M_ M a(
Miss Evelyn Jacobs. In charge of
tive Director Boris Schlacliman is
In complete charge of a fund-rais-
ing drive and urgently requests the
aid of every Jewish organization
In the Greater Miami area.
In conjunction with the annual
nd dance to he held May 24 at
the "Y" clubrooms, has received
reservations for more than 90
ecu pies and. with only 60 tickets
left, indications point to an early
sellout. Hurry and get your reser
vation In. Admission. $1 per
couple.
that her favorite receive the bless-
ing from his father, rather than
Esau, and it was she who helped
him to escape when the deception
was revealed.
Samuel, one of the leading
prophets In Israel, owed his high
position to his mother. Hannah,
who consecrated him to the service
of the Lord. Long childless. Han-
nah prayed faithfully for a son,
vowing that if her wish were grant-
ed she would dedicate him to God.
God heard her prayer and she bore
a son whom she called Samuel,
"the heard of Ood." As soon as he
was weaned she entered him in re-
Through historical precept and
religious Injunction Mothers' Day
thus has special significance to the
Jew. The child is admonished In
the Book of Proverbs: "Hear, O
my son. the Instruction of thy
father, and neglect not the teach-
ing of they mother." The home In-
fluence of motherR has been the
largest single factor contributing
to the continued existence of the
Jewish people. Where laws and
rules failed, where peremptory
command was ignored, the gentle-
ness of mothers has had greatest
effect In shaping history. Their
Influence has never been better
stated than In the old Talmudlc
saying that Ood could not be every-
where, and therefore he made
Mothers.
GREATER JEWISH
MOTHERS
By CARL ALPERT
Heartfelt sympathy is expressed
I bv everv member of the "Y" at the
Throughout the entire world Jewry today is being told to y. m. H. a.: Nominations of orfi-, (lea(h of navi(, l!orl8.
"stand up and be counted" by the paying of a Shekel (fifty eers. which will be held \vednes-|
eents). No more is asked of the wealthy man, no less is taken day. May 19. Ben Berkln, ardent
from the one less fortunate. All are asked when the Shekel is board member, in his enthusiasm
paid to subscribe his name to a declaration. Five hundred | t the good news of our purchase.
thousand of these declarations and Shekolim is the goal set for: will provide a buffet supper and
the United States of America. That is a minimum. These | Bmoke. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
declarations will be presented to European statesmen, those of David Congregation will be guest
the British Empire, of the League of Nations and of other coun-, speaker of the evening,
tries they will be told in terms unmistakable ... in words Bar] Albert Paiiot win preside
that will reverberate throughout every civilized land that Jewry as toastmaster. Every member of
is united this once ... we want the homeland in Palestine for the "T" is cordially invited to par-
Hit Jewish people. ... I take in the festivities.
The eyes of the entire world are focused on us now ... we | More good news: Under the
either sneoeed or forerer fail ... if we are to conscientiously managership of Aaron weinkle the
look the world squarely in the face if we are proudly to I y. M. H. A. diamond ban team got
pass on our heritage of the ages to our children ... if we are, eff to an auspicious start by de-
to be honest, self-respecting Jews ... we must STAND UP AND teatlng the police-fireman team by
BE COUNTED." we must pay the Shekel ... we must sign i an 8-to-i score. So sorry I
Arbeiter Ring Paid Out $3,000,000
In Benefits, Convention Hears
THE DECLARATION.
KING GEORGE BECOMES
PATRON OF ORPHANAGE
London fWNSI Carrying on a
tradition of "he British royal
family which dates back to the
Duke of Sussex, uncle of Queen
Victoria, His Majesty King George
VI announced on the eve of his
coronation his consent to becom-
ing a patron of the London Jewish
Orphanage. Since the Duke of
Sussex the orphanage has enjoyed
the patronage of King Edward VII.
George V and Edward VIII.
only a practice game, but with the
new life and enthusiasm evidenced
by all the players. Indications point
to a successful season ahead in the
Civic League of Miami.
MACY AFFILIATES TO END ,n thpjr game aRaillst the rd
SALE OF GERMAN GOODS I, Mup Rhirts Hy Sacks pitched
! In rare form and allowed his op-
New York (W'NSI A promise to
discontinue the sale of German
goods in its affiliated stores in To-
ledo and Atlanta has been given
by R. H. Macy & Co. to the Non-
Sectarian Anti-Nazi League. The
stores are Lasalle and Koch in To-
ledo and Davison and Paxson In
Atlanta.
DOnentS but three hits. The fol-
lowing players participated to the
credit o fthe "Y" as well as them-
selves:
Harry Oolden. catcher: Hy Sacks,
pitcher; Nat Blumberg. first base-
man; Frank Rose, second base-
man; Izzle Mayerowltz, shortstop;
(Continued from Last Week)
Not all stories of mother-love In
Jewish history ended thus. Yoche
bed. mother of Moses, was also In-
duced to sacrifice out of love for
her boy. She realized that the lit
tie one was unsafe in her home,
where the Egyptians might come
upon and certainly slaughter him
She deemed It better to cast the
boy out In the hope that somebody
would find and care for him.
Through good fortune little Moses
was found in his basket in the
bulrushes by the Egyptian princess,
and in response to a suggestion by
Miriam, his sister, it was none
other than Yochebed. his own
mother, who was returned "by the
princess to nurse the "unknown"
child.
Philadelphia IWNSI Benefits
totalling $.1.00.O0O have been paid
out to members of the Workmen's
Circle since its establishment In
1900, Reuben Guskin, president,
reported at the opening of the 37th
annual convention. Delegates rep-
resenting "1,000 members heard
Mr. Oiiskin rvcal that the organi-
zation had expended $3,000,000 on
Its sanitariums, $200,000 for relief
of members, over $500.OOn to fami-
lies of deceased members. $1,600.-
000 for tre Arbeiter Ring schools.
$25,000 for the support of Yiddish
schools In Europe and $80,000 to
the HIAS.
A case of divided mother-love Is
seen in the story of Rebecca,
whose affection centered on yonug
Jacob. It was she who contrived
, Professor Einstein has con-
tracted for a new hook Fiddler
Dave Rubinoff is preparing to in-
vade flstlalla with a Jewish heavy-
weight prospect The press
table at recent Jewish dinner In
the Hotel Commodore felt right at
home when its tenants discovered
that the waiters assigned to them
were from the Cafe Royal, head-
quarters of the Yiddish intelll-
gensla on Second Avenue.
Dr. Chalm Welzmann's
autobiography is listed fcr publica-
jdou-ji Xq uotj
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Friday, May 14,1837
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
V
Society
operates from Greenwood, in Jack-
son County, to Dothan, Ala., tor]
delinquent occupational license in
the amount of $639.20.
Several days ago the Interstate
At an executive board meeting K'""ner,e Comm"'lon approved,'
of Beth David Sisterhood held last Je0f J? certaln CMM"". the
Wednesday the following commit-
tee appointments were announced:
Membership, Mesdames Stanley C.
Myers and Mendel Scheinberg;
publicity, Mrs. Bernard Simon;
hospitality, Mrs. William Robin
son; telephone, Mrs. B. Kandel;
altar decorations, Mrs. Mollie Apte;
monthly luncheon and chain fund.
Mrs. Isidor Cohen; Saturday morn-
ing services, Mrs. L. J. Hartz; sun-
shine committee, Mesdames Manuel
Ilippa and Wiliam Blutstein; par-
liamentarian, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz;
Sunday school, Mrs. Max Shapiro;
library, Mrs. Jack August and J.
Shafer; happy day fund. Mrs.
Charles Goldstein. Other chairmen
will be announced shortly. The
annual benefit picnic of the Sister-
hood, with Mrs. J. Engler as chair-
man, will be held on June 20. She
will be assisted by MesdameR M.
RIppa and William Blutatein.

The discussion group of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Juniors
will meet on Tuesday evening,
May 18, at 8:15 o'clock at the Har
rlet Court apartments, 1512 Penn-
sylvania avenue, Miami Beach,
sale of this railroad by the Federal
receher for the Dothan National
Hank, which owned the railroad,
to a company being organized to
buy and operate the railroad.
The state's claim is for licenses
which the receiver for the detune l
bank has refused to pay, claiming
that the National Hanks' exemp-
tion from licenses extended to any
business that the bank might op-
erate on the side.
Comptroller Lee. who has been
negotiating to collect these li-
censes, was forced to act suddenly
and lew on the property in order
to protect the state's interest In
the claim, which since It covers li-
censes, could not be held against
the purchaser as would be the case
were the ad valorem taxes de-
linncnt.
OFF MY CHEST
DECISIVE HOURS
By PIERRE VAN PAASSEN
If, as many have come to real-
ize, the fate of Europe is being
when Mrs. George Chertkoff will decided oh the batleflelds of Spain,
review "It Can't Happen Here" by : il ls no less obvious that the des-
Slnclalr Lewis. A discussion will
follow. All friends are urged to
attend.
Nat Blumberg and Jack Apte,
both prominent in local "V" activi-
ties, are associated in the Reliable
Trading Company, which they re-
tiny of the Jewish people will be
determined by the outcome of that
bloody struggle. We have the fool-
ish remarks of General Franco as
an indication of what is in store
for the Jews and Maraifnos of
Spain and North Africa in the
event of a Fascist victory. "I have
Scene at the signing of the contract for th e purchase of the Y. M. H. A. building and grounds.
Sitting are Al. Rosenfeld, president, and E. Alber t Pallot. Standing from left to right are Harry
Schwartz, Milton Friedman, Mr. Towers, represent! ng the owners of the property, Jack Apte and Boris
Schlachman, executive director.
cently opened at 1352 N. W. Third <> doubt." he told a French jour-
nalist, who interviewed him at
Salamanca, "t'hat the red chaos
which is ravaging my beloved
Spain at present is but the revenge
of the Jews of Amsterdam, who
have not ceased plotting against
my fatherland since their ancestors
were expelled In 1492."
avenue.

Mr. I. Fialkow announces that
he is giving private instruction in
Hebrew to both youth and adult
and especial attention is given to
the preparation of boys tor their
Bar Mitzva. He may be found at
the Hotel Madison. Miami Reach.

Mrs. Bertha Berkowieh Levy,
prominent communal worker and
authority in child upbringing, an-
nounces that Camp Wohelo for
Girls, located in the heart of the
Blue Ridge Mountains, will begin
its eighth season on July 1. Mrs.
Levy, who is the owner and oper-
ator of this camp, will be happy to
consult with parents who are in-
terested in the upbringing of their | ut)||7e tneir existence as a step-
daughters and providing them with i pinggtone t power and as a means
to divert the masses from the real
Issues at stake in society. The
Jews are the victims coming and
It is the Jews, therefore, the
Jews of Holland, who have bronchi
over the Moors and the profes-
sional killers of the Foreign Legion
from Africa to murder and rape,
massacre and destroynot General
Franco himself, who is simply de-
fending the legally constituted gov-
ernment of Spain.
What General franco said there
goes to show that whatever atti
tude the Jews adopt, Fascism will
-
a vacation amidst wholesome and
proper surroundings.

The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion Is sponsoring one of its regu-
lar card parties for the benefit of
its Talmud Torah fund Sunday
evening. May 23, beginning at 8
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Hyman
Tracer, 753 N. W. 22nd Court.
Prizes wll be awarded for high
scores and refreshments will be
served by Mrs. Traeger, the
hostess.

The annual Sunday school and
Talmud Torah picnic of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held on Sunday, May 23, at Hol-
lywood and will be in charge of the
Sunday school faculty. The Ladies
Auxiliary of the congregation will
provide goodies for the children
and prizes for the winners of the
games and contests which will be
participated in by the children.
*
Tallahassee, May 13(FNS)
Stepping in ahead of a reported
sale of the Alabama. Florida &
Gulf Railroad, Comptroller J. M.
Lee today delivered a warrant to
Sheriff Walter Watford of Jackson
County to levy on and seize the
Florida 10 miles of the right-of-
going, whether they do or whether
they don't.
There are Jew, middle-class
Jews, in this country, in England,
in France and in Switzerland, who
feel that perhaps dire consequences
might be avoided ultimately by as-
suming a not unfriendly attitude
towards Fascism. Suppose the
world does go Fascistic, they rea-
son, would It not be better that
some Jews even now seek to get
on the good side of the coming dic-
tators and thus be in a position to
act the role of stadlonhn, of advo-
cates and mediators for their peo-
ple, on the day when Fascism
triumphs and punishes its oppo-
nents in the usual barbarian way?
I hear it said time and again, by
rabbis and Jewish leaders and
Jews with money, that we must
differentiate between the Nazism
of Hitlera nd the Fascism of Mus-
solini. I heard it argued by a lead-
ing figure In one of the organiza-
tions for the defense of Jewish
rights in America that the Jewish
people have no reproach to make
I to Mussolini and that certain sec-
tions of the Jewish press should
stop naming Duce and Fuehrer in
way and track of the railroad which one brath. as two birds of the same
plumage, lest Mussolini Ret angry
and also introduce an Aryan para
graph,
Well, that very thing is in prepa- j
ration in Italy now. Anti-Semitism J
might not have been a useful In-
strument for Fas. ism's rise in
Italy, there were hardly enough
Jews to go around but since the
internationalization of Fascism the
Duce feels that it is too valuable
a weapon for his friends and
cronies In Hungary, Roumania and
Austria to neglect. He is making
it unanimous, so to speak.
No, in a Fascist world there will
be no room either for Jews, Jewish
culture, a Jewish homeland or for
Judaism as a whole. Fascism must
necesasrily crush the Jew. An in-
dividual Jew may escape here ami
there, but the mass of the .lews are
going to be victimized. They will
have no human lights. Their
status will be that of the untouch-
ables In India -at the best. But
pogroms are more likely.
However, the world will not go
Fascistic. The Spanish people are
showing us that if the middle
classes learn to stand together
with the working-class organiza-
tions the road is going to he barred
to the monstrous slavery which
Fascism brings in its wake. The
example of the Spanish people
served the Belgians to wipe out
Rex Degrelle. In Germany a Party
of Liberty has been formed. Mus-
solini is worried about the defeat
of his legions by the antl-Fascist
international brigade at Guadala-
jara. In France the Popular Front
is about to move farther to the
Lert. It is the Fascist dictators
who are being forced to the wall
by the cry for dreedom and bread
which goes up from every land.
In their desperation, no doubt, they
will not hesitate to plunge human-
ity into war.
But even if they do. they know
from now on that the banners of
the peoples are going to come vic-
torious through the storm.
(Copyright 1937 by Seven Aits
Feature Syndicate)
to Block and Sully, radio entertain
ers. Tor what is described as a dis-
tasteful performance at the Los
Angeles Radio CditOra' Show. Re-
porting itlie show for the B'na
B'rith Messenger, Dick Chase
writes:
"If 'it' ever' happens here'. non-
Aryans like Block and Sully will
probably never realize Just how
much they had to do with It. To
To us their brand Of filth was
nothing less than a disgrace to
what is sometimes referred to as
the 'Jewish name.' Whether thev
were funny or not Is anybody's
opinion! as Jews With obviously
Yiddish facial characterizations
who told painfully off-color stories
to a crowd at the show that in-
cluded children, they should be
made awaie of the tact that there
are other Jewish comedians who
are trying to build good will, not
to break it down.''
By the way. have you noticed
the return of so-called Jewish
humorous characters in radio acts?
Even Joe Penner's show and Uncle
Ezra's program have obviously
Jewish characters whose command
of the dialect Is absolutely zero.
With all the talent lying around
the country, it Is pitiful that pro-
ducers Of radio aits have to resort
to that time-worn trick of intro-
ducing Jewish comedians to get
laughs, at the expense of the Jew-
ish people.
LIGHTS FROM
SHADOWLAND
(Continued from Page 4)
in those films, according to Isi-
dore Llndenbaum. radio chairman
of Los Angeles Lodge.
Radio Stars Get Rapped
A bunch of dandelions and sour
grapes plus a few raps are thrown
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Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 14, 1937
MR. WORLD CHATS WITH THE CHILDREN
By FLORENCE ROTHSCHILD
See how many of these ques-
tions you can answer after you
have read Mr. World's "Ask Me
I ler" chat.
Judaism, by our young people. And
all of uh are glad to see lhat in
these days the continuants appre-
ciate the privilege more deeply
than the ancient Israelites did at Tabor
ttie very beginning. (Or have you
Mount Tabor because Us peak had
not been touched by the Great
Flood, Mount Carmel because it
had gone into the Red Sea at the
lime of the Exodus and thus fur-
nished the dry land on which the
Israelites crossed. God, however,
remained firm in His determina-
tion to give the Law to Mount
Sinai, the more so since the boast-
fulness of the Other mountains
made Him angry- But. by way of
consolation, He promised Mount
Israel in the times of the i'rophet-
ees Del.rah. and to Mount Carmel
L What religious ceremony
takes place in many synagogues on forgotten that when Moses de-
Bhabuoth? scended from Mount Sinai with the | "- promised an Important part
2. What is the origin of Sha- Tablets of the Law he found his
buoth? ; people dancing about a golden calf?
::. what great event in the re-1 u was only after he had climbed
Ugtous history of Israel took place the Mount again to bring down an-
on Shabuoth? i other sot of Tabletsfor the first
4. Why did Moses have to | |,arl been broken when his people's
ascend to Mount Sinai twice?
5. What point in the education that the I
of the Jewish child did Shabuoth Himself had chosen them to bring
His Law to the world, and joyfully
accepted the responsibility.)
In the Middle Ages, when there
was no general confirmation of
child did Shabuoth
tnnrk in the Middle Ages?
6. What hook of the Bible is
read in the synagogue on Shabuoth?
7. What Jewish king was born
u Shabuoth? When did he die?
8. What foods are traditionally
eaten on Shabuoth? Why?
9. What l'alestinian mountains
are said to have resented the
choice of Mount Sinai as the place
for the giving of the Law?
the career of Elijah.
When Moses ascended Mount
Slnal he is said to have ascended
into Heaven itself, there to receive
the Law from God. who revealed
all the Ten Commandments at
ness made him so angry-|once. and in seven voices and
Israelites realised that God seventy languages at once. This
seems a little difficult to under-
stand, hut we are assured, in this
legend, that it did happen. Vari-
ous legends differ as to the exact
place where the Law was reveal id.
Shabuoth none the less had a spe-
cial significance In Jewish educa-
tion. Only, instead of marking the
of God; other versions tell us that
New Hues In "Whos Who
//
Places among the Who's Who of
10. Give one version of the end f a period of study, it marked
the beginning: It was on Shabuoth
origin of the beams of light said to
have emanated from the forehead
of Moses.
Sunday is Shabuoth, the Feast of
"Weeks, so called because a week
of weeks- in other words, seven
that small children were taken to trip to the peak, after the firs
Hebrew School for the first time. Tablets had been broken that
Though, of course, we can regard Moses Is said to have got th two
the Confirmation ceremony as a beams of ligh said to have shone
beginning also, the confirmants <>", from his forehead. Accord ng
real entrv Into the religious com- <" one story the beams resulted
encement' from n'8 n;,vinK "SP0 lis ha,r '
God descended through the seven; the garden flowers are assured a
heavens to the peak of Mount sinal,
where the revelation took place.
It is. by the way. on his second
weekselapses between the first! mlim,v n \s a comm..
day of Passover and this holiday. ceremonv, jU8t like the commence- j *'li" ">"> w"h *""'' ** *
This la the day which commemo- n|ellts Celebrated at graduation | engraved the words of the U
rates the giving of the Ten Com- t|nl0 in nigh school and college.
another legend tells us that the light
mandments to the people of Israel I where the word "commencement" beaming to come out of his fore-
many centuries ago; in ancient also nleans ,hP beginning of real | head when he stood in Heaven with
times, too. Shabuoth was oele- part,cipatlon in the life of the com- the '
brated as the Feast of the First munity.
Fruits, for it is at this season that
the wheat (Top ripens in Palestine.
In many of our synagogues today
one hand, and with his other hand
touching the Throne of God.
The Shabuoth synagogue sorv- Sf) yoH spp t||n( ^josos |s the
Ice, Which Mr. World hopes all of : ]loro ()f |hp shabuoth festival .lust
IUoth marks Confirmation Day, you will attend this year. mc hides h the chief character in the
Pesai h storyPut whereas, at
the day when boys and girls who (the reading of the Hook of Ruth
have completed a certain course Of Ud *** all of you who e-
Jewish studies are formally we.-1 men.ber the story of Ruth ,, u,,
full-fledged members of! derstand why. For Ruth as a
woman of Moab who had married
and become a Jewess, and
Palestine
mother-in-law.
with
and
corned as
the congregation of Israel.
It Is very interesting to observe a Jew
how the harvest festivals of Ions remained a Jewess even afte. his
ago, when the Jews were a people death, going
of farmers in their own land, have Naomi, her
acquired a special spiritual mean- there becoming the wife of Boas
ing. All the ancient peoples cele- In other words. Ruth. u,..gh not
brated harvest festivals, rejoicing horn into -he Jewish faith, a* pt
for ..,. Spring crops early in the ed the Law of Moses jus as the
year, and for the Autumn crops in \ people of Israel had accepted .at
the Pall: and mos, of these bar- Mount Sinai. You may reniembe .
too. that Ruth was the great grand-
mother of King David: so you will
Passover time, we remember him
as the great liberator, on Shabuoth
we think of him as the great teach-
er of Israel.
arge number of introductions for
1936, several of which are shown
here.
The snapdragon, at the left,
which has almost a habit of making
news, has become something of a
crusader among flowers. It is the
leader of a battle against a flower
killer, the rust disease. Snap-
dragon mixtures 75 percent resis-
tant to rust were offered last year.
They had been developed by pro-
fessors of the University of Cali-
fornia horticulture department and
Improved by various seed breeders.
Scientists of the Ferry-Morse Seed
Breeding Institute succeeded in
developing distinct color strains of
snapdragon, such as that pictured
here, which are 100 percent im-
mune to rust. Snapdragons white,
yellow or golden orange may now
be grown in soil infested with rust.
Numerous new petunias will be
found among the year's flower
garden elite, and one of them is
Ferry-Morie l'hotoc
the Rose King Improved, lower
right. This flower is unusual be-
cause of its clear rose pink color.
It produces large blossoms which
have golden throats. Another
petunia with an interesting new
color which is expected to win high
favor is the Flaming Velvet.
The Floral Who's Who each year
acquires several new members
from the sweet pea family, and
1936 is no exception. One of the
newcomers is Early Chime, upper
right, which boasts unusually large
blossoms of a fascinating shade of
light salmon pink on cream
ground. Noted for its strong
growth is the new Early Redwood
Sweet Pea, and Early Triumph is
a 1936 variety with a soft but clear
shade of lilac mauve.
Other novelties this year are
numerous: double and semi-double
nasturtiums in new shades, hardy
asters, calendulas of new hues
scores of items to swell the Who's
Who list. New gardening pleasure
should be found in any or all.
vest festivals were religious in na-
ture too. But the Israelites felt
f Copyright 1937 by Seven
Feature Syndicate)
Arts
Daytona Beach
Friday night, May 14. Rabbi
Klelnfeld Will preach on "Ethics
Of the Fathers." Shvuos ^ervices
COLUMBIA AND HARVARD
DOWN BIDS TO CELEBRATION
New York (WNS)Nasi Ger- ]
main's assault on education is at-
tacked by implication by President
Nicholas Murrav Butler of Colum-I wi" ,,e 'inhered in at Tempi. Israel
bia University in a letter to Qoet-
tingen University in whose becen-
Saturday evening at S o'clock.
Sunday morning services begin at
SAFED NOTABLES WARNED
tenary celebration Columbia will '' O'clock with a sermon by Rabbi
WHEN CONSTABLE IS SHOT "' participate. The letter said:
"We wish to mark our apprecia-
tion and admiration for that spirit
of scholarship and culture, that
ejrusalem
ni laliles of
hat' their ft. in a be interested to know that, accord- warned by northern district gov-
that their faith In a uoa or spini, ,.,, iPWlsh tradition ernment officials that the Bternnest
so different from the gods wor- Ing to the^ancient *r**%* mPllsuros wollId ,, lnvoked .,
sbiped by many of their neighbors. DavidIwa.bor non Wu*M. in that area continues.
could not be satisfied with simply died on this holiday also,
observing harvest festivals similar A K()od ,nanj. f you may i.no.v
to those of other nations. That is SnaDUOtn as the day when dairy
why they related the first of the disnos especially bllntzes, are
harvest feasts, which marked the gerve(1 .,, home, and when honey
gathering of the barley crop, to' honey.Cakes are the order of w,,s wounded arm.
their deliverance from Egypt, and I
made of Pasover a Festival of tom ani| symbollzes the joy of the
Freedom And the concluding feast! Jew,sh people In the Torah. which
ve
(WNS i The Arab
Safed have been fn'ellom of thouKnt ancl '"'i"".v-
that absence of race and religious
prejudice and persecution which
gave to the old Germany its leader-
ship for generations in phllSOphy,
in letters, in science, in the fine
arts, in music and In industry and
Demolition of houses and banish-
ment Of some of their leaders were
among the steps threatened. The wh1cn l"""Klu ,0 fte German peo
thra. followed the shooting of Po- '"" World-Wide grateful recognition
lice Inspector ZlOtnlk, a Jew. who i""1 "Orld-Wlde leadership. May
that which we now celebrate and
the day. There is an old. old cus- TwplvP young A|.;,,,s w,.. banlBhed Mlttl I"10*1* return l" helP s,":"lv
from Sared and vicinity a* the first "lis rock,n worM"
sequel of the attack on Zl tnlk. ~~
of the seven weeks' harvest-for, Jg ga]d ,n the anr,ent phrase, to I His is known but has no)
, should also remember that just as fll)m ,,, ,|(.ts
Bo >hat the simple agricultural ,ate en]oy8 these Pintles
test ila of a Primitive people came Jewlsh soul denghts in Torah. | Equally strong action was taken; tenary celebration of Qoettingen
to express the joy of Israel In Its As Shabuoth marks the giving of by the authorities In Tulkarem University. Harvard had orirlnally
nationhood: Passover marked its ,h t aw of Mose8 on Mount Sinai, where a British policeman was announced its intention of sending
physical liberation from slavery. ,, ml'ht be interesting to remem- shot. For two days now a curfew a delegate, but It has followed the
.,.., ils siurituai rise to a na- ber for a moment gomeof thehun- has been Imposed on the Arab town, example ol Yale and Princeton n
tion obeying the Law of God, the dped> of ,egenda thn, have come lasting from six in the evening un' 'ending only a mesage.___________
fundamental law of the Ten Com- flown M m ahout MoBe8. ascent of til morning. A collective tine of
A S. Klelnfeld on "The Need of
a Living Creed." Sunday night at
the services beginning at 8 o'clock
Rabbi Kleinfeld will speak on
"The Transmission of the Ten
Commandments Through Israel."
Visitor or memorial services will
be observed Monday morning.
An Imortant meeting of the
Shekel Board of Greater Miami
will be held at Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall Monday evening. May
17. at 8 o'clock. All members of
the board and those interested in
the Shekel movement are urged to
attend, as important plans for the
campaign to obtain signatures on
the Shekel declarations will be
acted on.
An important meeting of the
board of directors of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
to Bend a delegate to the blcen-|be held at the synagogue Tuesday
evening, May IS, when important
business will be presented for ac-
tion. A report will be presented
by the building committee. Mem-
bers of the congregation are in-
vited to attend.
mandments
that mountain. That is, for ex- 150
panels ;i imposed on the HISTADRUTH, REVISIONISTS
REACH LABOR AGREEMENT
tha
I la y
NOW von Bee why it is Shabuoth ample, the story of rivalry among sl.....- whan the wounding of the
at was .hose,, as Confirmation several mountains, each of which Britisher took place. Military
iy | our modern synagogues, wanted to be the place for the forces were posted around the town I
Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency)
brated revelation of the Ten Command when the merchants proclaimed a The first major agreement between
ficulties in Tel Aviv. The agree-
ment between the Histadruth and
the Revisionist labor organization
of Tel Aviv provides for a joint
labor exchange for the distribution
of Jobs on the basis of a fixed
ratio. The Revisionists undertook
e | not to dispatch workmen to Jobs
where a strike is in progress.



-wrm
IKriday. May M. 1980
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
BULLETIN
TEMPLE iSRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Oft ice Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
6996 Albacore Drive5-5875
IV|IAMI BEACH
Jacksonville Notes
Moa Mrs. Herbert Zacharlas; :;. Mrs. Robert Beitner and Mrs.
Young l-'olks Temple League, Mrs Herbert Zacharlas; No. I. Mrs.
is. Hlrschberg, Mrs. Edward Mor- Pan] Natnan ;i Mrs. Herbert
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
MIAMI
Oni- oi both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
Mr. and Mrs. David Safer an-
nounce the birth of a daugnter on
Wednesday, May .".. In St. Via-
rent's Hospital. Mrs. Safer was
formerly Miss Sallle Pearlman of
Chattanooga, Tenn.
The local unit l f Junior Hadas-
sah met lasi week in the Jewish
Center tor the first May meeting.
The election of
year 11)37-1938 was leld
Mrs. M.
CONGREGATIONAL
At the services this Friday eve
nlng. ai 8:15 o'clock, Rabbi /.wit
man will speak on the subject, "A
Rebirth of"Faith." Dr. Kaplan will
coqduct the services and the young
people's choir will chanl the re
spouses.
immediately after the service- a
reception In honor of Rabbi zit-
man'a birthday will !>< given by the
Sisterhood of Temple Israel in Kap-
lan Hall. Members of the congre-
gation and all friends are cordially
invited.
Set vices ushering in the festival
,1 Shovuoth will he held at the
temple on Saturday evening. May
15, at 8:15 o'clock and will be con-
ducted by both rabbis.
CONFIRMATION
On Sunday morning. May 16, at
10 o'clock. 22 hoys and girls of OUT
Religions School will be ci nfirmed
in our temple. A complete pro
gram Of the confirmation follows:
Order of the Services
March Hymn No. 116.
Prayer, confirmands and ccngre
Ration standing. Rabbi Kaplan.
Choir.
s, i vices I'nion Prayer Book
page 203.
Confirmation Program
1. Opening prayer. Nataleah
Simons.
2. Floral offering. Dorothy Mor-
Hymn No 144.
Sources of Judaism
::. The Bible, Stanley Wasman.
4. The Religious Literature, Tal-
mud. Midi ash. Shirley Levy.
5. Cod in Nature. History and
the Human Heart. Merlon Simon.
The Faith or Israel
Our Faith, by the confirmands.
i; Cod Is One. Hetty Letaw.
7. All Men Are Children of Coil,
Bernard Miller.
8. Israel, the Servanl oi God,
.lean Weinberg.
:. The Messianic Ideal, as the
Hope of the w rid, Lenore Levy.
Hymn No. 150.
Our Duties
The Ten Commandments, by the
confirmands.
10. The Personal Cod. Dorothy
Ann Levin. (Commandments 1,
2. 3).
11. The Sabbath. Mania Kohl.
I Commandment 41.
12. Address to parents. Harry
Rimer. (Commandment 5).
13. Sacredneaa cf Life, Vincent
Sugarroan. (Commandment 61.
14. The Purity and Integrity of
Family Life. Nathan Aronovit/..
(Commandment 7).
16. The Rights of Private Prop-
erty, Daniel Rlchter. (Command-
ment 8).
Hi. Honor. Truth and Content-
ment. William A. Mayer. (Com-
mandments and 10).
Choir.
Ceremonial Judaism
17. The Hnly Days: New Year
and Atonement, Hetty Liebllng.
18. The Festivals. Theresa Ber
lin.
Hymn No. 61.
Problems of Modern Jewry
19. The Foundation of Jewish
Character, Religion, Irving Rubin.
21, Jewish Education, an An-
swer to Anti-Semitism, Tl......lore
H, Plant.
21. Address to classmates. Jam-
l!i- liner.
L'2 Closing payer. Il.i-n Freed-
in,in.
Hymn No. 60, blessing of confir-,
mauds. Rabbi Kaplan.
Presentation <>t confirmation cer-
tificates, Herbert U. Felbelman,
president of congregation.
Presentation of Biblea (gift of
the Sisterhood), Mrs. Morris Plant,
chaii man of school board.
Sermon, "Looking Mountain-
ward." Rabbi Zwitman.
Sermon, "Now. What'.''' Rabbi
Kaplan.
Concluding services, page 272.
Hymn No. 262,
Benediction.
Confirmands
Nathan Aronovltz, Theresa Ber-
lin, Jane Bronner, Been Freedman,
Mania Irene Kohl, Petty Letaw.
Dorothy Anne Levin. Lenore Levy,
Ina Shirley Levy, Petty Liebling.
William Aaron Mayer, Bernard I
Miller, Dorothy Morris, Theodi re
H. Plant. Daniel M. Rlchter, Harry
Rimer, Irving Rubin, Merton SI
mon, Nataleah Simons. Vincent M
Sugarman, Stanley C. Wasman and
Jeane T. Weinberg.
The parents of the confirmands
ere giving a reception in their
holier at the Shore ham Hotel.
Ocean drive anil 6th street, Miami
Beach, Sunday, May 16, from 8 to
II p. in. You are Cordially invited
to attend.
ganstern; membership.
Witten. Mrs. H. Oerbert.
Spc.ial committee chairmen:
Hospitality. Mrs, Sol Brash, assist
ed by Mr.-. Nathan Well; Bistet
hood Exchange, Mrs. a. Sommer,
Mrs .1. Weiss; Hewing, -Mrs. I. Ber-
lack, Mrs. .1. Naumberg; telephone.
Mrs. Camus Kisi.....in. Mrs. Edgar
Felson; Boclal welfaie, Mrs. s. s
Jacobs. Mis. A. R s.-ntlial: sun
officers for the shine. Mrs. Henry Jacobs, Miss
and the Cassle Joel: cradle roll, Mrs, L. P
following were elected: Miss Lippman. Mrs. Sam \\ 'olfsoii: aler
Clara Kramer, president; Miss lug, Mrs. a. Wilkinson, Mrs. H
Edith Wolfson, first vice president; Hammell ami Mrs. ,\. Sommer: pul-
Miss Ida Biscow. second vice prcsi p|| decorations. Mis. Julius Mack:
dent; Miss Minnie Smith, third I'lowei
Paul
Meyerson; No. 5, Mrs. Hen David
and Mrs. Joseph Qllcksteln; No. 6.
Mrs. William Hill ami Mrs Sa n
Knssewitz: No. 7. Mrs, M Green
blatt and Mrs. Hugo Mark; No '<.
Mrs, Harry Cebert and Mrs.
Horace Lippman.
vice president; Miss Josephine
Safer, corresponding secretary;
Miss Julia Mlzrahl, recording sec-
retary; Miss Natalie Schorr, treas-
urer, and Miss Annette Marco, pub-
licity.
The ni\t big event of Junior
Hadassah is the Spring dance in
the Windsor Hotel Wednesday,
May 19, Samuel Kassew itz will he
master of ceremonies,
The donor affair will be held
Wednesday, June 2.
committee dor special oc-
casirns), Mrs. Martin Sail;. Mrs,
Walter Nathan: hulls.'. Mrs. Max
Oberdorfer, Sr., Mxs. Leonard Fin-
kelstein; publicity, Mrs. B. Bram-
berg, Mrs. Herbert Meyerson;
literature, Mrs. Herbert Weiss,
Mrs. s. Bucholtz; Braille, Mrs. s.
S Jacobs.
Social committee: Mn
Brown, chairman Of ways
means, assisted by: Group No. I,
a Penteci si service, ma king the
celebration of Shovous t e F< -'
of Weeks will !" held at l o'cloi k
Sunday morning in the .lewsih
Temple. Laura and Ashlej streets.
A feature of the Impressive serv-
ice will be the coiiflrmntlon ere-
mony tot P' b ys and girls. Each
member of the confirmation class
will take an active part in the serv
ice by addressing the congregation
on various studies of Judaism and
Jewish history.
Those to be confirmed are Jean
ii Blankfleld, Ge rge M. Benjamin,
Cas-ius M Elsman, Jr., Sidney
Brouse. Lois F, Isaac. Frances D.
! Hlrahberg, Emily Ann Morgenstern,
Sidney William .1. I.asaruw, Robert H.
Jacobs. Robert Seitner. Jr.. Maurii
Meyer, Arnold Sllverberg, Marvin
Saul. Sylvia Pearlstin. Marylin
and

Mrs. R. A. Jenjamln and Mrs. Hen ]|:IInIn<.i. Evelyn H. Wilkinson.
Stein; No. 2. Mrs. A. A. Roths- Cecelia Springer. Harvey Jacobson
The Daughters of Israel are child and Mrs. Simcn Lasarow: No.| and Fannie Baer Levy.
planning a dessert bridge party----------------'---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Wednesday afternoon. May 1!'. in
the auditorium of the Jacksonville
.i.-wish Center. Mrs. M, Hammer-
man is chairman of the event and
will have as her co-chairman. Mrs.
M. Ghelerter. on the committee
in charge of the event are Mrs. II
Jacobson, Mrs. I. Pinter, Mrs. Isa-
dora MoscovltZ, Mrs. .1. Landau.
Mrs S. Lasarow, Mrs. H. Y( iTce.
Mrs, N V. Cross, Mrs. T. M. Schnei-
der, Mrs M. Mlrkla and Mrs. A.
Zozlow.
The executive members of Senior
Hadassah met in the home of Mrs.
Marx Baker recently when it was
decided to hold the donors' ban-
quet In the Jewish Center. May 25,
and an elaborate and attractive
program is being planned for the
occasion.
The regular monthly meeting of
Senior Hadassah will be held
May 31.
SISTERHOOD
Mrs. Julius Simpson entertained
j at luncheon in honor of Mrs. Kap
Ian, the Sisterhood board and the
chairmen of ill the committees,
GENERAL
Mrs, Sam Simonhi ff donated a i
sum of money, tor which five beau
tiful pictures will be purchased tor
the temple, in honor of her son.
Iinlah Michael.
Mrs. L. P. Lippman, retiring
president of the Temple Sisterhood
of Jacksonville, presided at the an-
nual luncheon meeting recently and
presented the gavel to Mrs. Israel
L. Kaplan, newly elected president.
Mrs. Kaplan announced the tol
lowing chairmen of committees:
Standing committee chairmen for
1937-1938, religion ami museum,
Miss Beatrice Peiser. assisted by
Mrs. J. Hirsihbei-g; religious
school, Mrs. Joseph Qllcksteln,
Mrs P, Nathan: unlongrams and
scholarship. Mis Harry Finkel-
stein. Mrs. m Fried berg; program,
Mrs. Leonard K. Grunthal, Mrs
Archie Puldy; peace, Mrs. Max
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THE JEWISH FLOFtlDIAN
Friday. May 14, I837
Our SpOrt WOrld U*tt> ,do"z*d Tr'i- and when tne Cohen delivered the address of the to be slightly mistaken, for there
By IRV KUPCINET
Seven Arts Sports Editor
Trainers
for his development of the artlfi
. lal nitrogen fixation process which
helped Cermany stand out against
great 'but not loudi speaker went evening. A special feature was is no record of a Barcn Nathanie.
U) Cleveland, along went Lefty. "The Reverie of Mother Ma. hree. Rothschild in Vienna And
Now Mr Weisman is entrusted which was illustrated with a Bum- what's more, the father of K.igene the Ur.tish wartime blockade, re-
with the care of the greatest arm ber of original tableaux. anil Louis was Baron Albert celved almost lyric praise in the
tnai has entered baseball in the The mothers who were seated on Thomas Mann is editing a new Essener Xationalzeitung, Goerine'v
A trainer, my l.itvak Lochlnv.re, las, five years. Attached to thai the stage represented the va
an all important gentleman of arm is the body of Bob Feller. A
whom you hear little, but who is few weeks
li
arious magazine to be written by and for paper, in an article written by Dr.
organizations as fellow- Mrs.. important German exiles ... It will Dietrich, chief of the Nazi pre ago. young Feller Bertha C. Aroson. Bnai B'rith; be called "Measure and Value" chamber Ousted from his job
as important in any form of ath pitched one of his fast balls with Mrs. Abe Maas. Sisterhood Guild and the first issue is due in August after the Nazis came to power
- as a banker on Wall Street, the unorthodox jerk he hasn't out Mrs. Fannie Rachelson. Temple Chagrined by General Franc's Haber died in exile, but the
And right now. even so
. "..... """""" 'erK n* nasnt out- .Mrs. Fannie Rachelson. Temple Chagrined by general Francos Haber died in exile, but the Nazi
lean rattl ""If ("Th"0 fl e" *rown >et' Snap! went a muscle Schaari Zedek; Mrs. Henry Brash, failure to win the Spanish civil official called him "a genius." with
e o (without stuttering .n his 'million dollar" arm. Since Conu.il of Jewish Women; Mrs H : ar, the Nazi press is discovering out, of course, mentioning the fact
1. ""'.",' "rD"'" "' 'hr"e ,he" doc,ors bv ,n* dozen-but Aronovltl, Council of Jewish ju. that he "may not be an Aryan tha, he was a Jew.
trainers who
Jewiai
auhiic
Robb l.ipmann. who
Communal News
This year's World Zionist Con-
giess will positively not be held
are 'n tne only one trainerhave locked after niors: Mrs. A. Levine. Ladies Auv because "he looks like a Jew. and
neaoiinea. There s Dod Feller's arm so thoroughly that the iliary of Congregation Rodoph Sho- bis race is mixed, to say the least"
.ipmann who looks alter limb feels like one of Minsky's lorn: Mrs. Adam Wolfson. Congre Now that Putzi Hanfstaengl is
m irriNW (har"P Brd- rl|Keaaera. Welaman'a dally min-j cation Rodoph Sholom; Mrs. a s In exile, maybe hell be willing to .
lorn^ 7" ,ar' tbe0n,y ,,,p'tton"-' for plenty of Plnman. Kneaseth YI.ro.le Congre tell about his part in helping to ,n ^e United State. ... And that's
lorTfJT tra'n"r; rh,eVe n,bb,n' and "" "f h-at """ > A. B. Rlfkln. Junior Pi-" he Reichstag fi.e which ',r"^" 7^'"'^ else to the con-
V s,r i rner m I1"" f ",0rked ,h" ar'" tach nr,r-"> B H s.,i- helped the Nazis gain final power trUZ ";''<-n1lng The
No Sir, and there s Maxle "Lefty" and young Bob has been able to berg. V. M. M. A. The parents of Helmut Hirs.h. ?* K "la,e of the American
Vel.man, the gent who looks after
the Cleveland Indians in particu
lar. and Bob Feller, the pitcher
who is full of strikeouts and
youth, In particular. From time to
time, we shall point out other Yld-
take his
mound.
regular turn on the
--------- young Jew facing death in Ger-
Plans lor the picnic to be held '"any, belonged to the monarchist.
MrX at Temple Terrace on Sunday, May reactionary and nationalist German
"'"" ,a,|nE is in Mary Hindi*. 2:!. ar.- progressing and a large National People's Party They
her father, Max. is one crowd of men. women and children *a>e ,neir son the niiddle name of
Of the turf's topnotch trainers and Is anticipated at thl- event,
dishe trainers, but at the present, owners, and his qualities have been
time, this torrid trio is making handed down to Miss Mary, a sweel
news, and so won't you step Into little gal whose first love i
my parlor and hear about them? thoroughbred (Oh. why
Robb horn a horse instead 1
s the
w-asn't I
Miss Mary
Hoc Robb. as our Mr. I.ippman is s,i" is a youngster, and while her
better known, generally is credited No S,r didn't win any honors in the ______
with keeping Champ Jim in the Kentucky Derby last Saturday, she ri,.(1 ,heir ,,,.
Strictly
Confidential
shape he is. That Is. physically nas a '"' of years in front of her
speaking. Whateve- s'iape Jim lal*0 develop a Wlnnah. And 1 n
in financially Is Just as well left "la. N,;ilv on'' Derby winner aw
unsaid, and anyhow a trainer m BUra "he be ready to Pane up
doesn't figure in monetary matters. n*r boots and saddle.
Braddock weigh, exactly 196 at the
; re enl writing, which is just about \
*ix pounds over what he expects
to weigh for his next fieht. And
w en you recall that Braddock
hasn't defended the title since he th
Baton Nath-
aniel .. Frau Gold, however, eems
1 Continued fi m Page 1 1
Tampa Notes
Mrs, S. L Kirchlck announced
engagement of her daughter.
plucked it from -he curly-locked Elizabeth Ann Kirchlck. to Harry
Maxle Baer two years ago, hi.| G. Keller of Bradenton. son of Mr.
physical condition 1 forget the
financial condition, willya?) is
nothing short of sensational,
thanks to our Doc It' lib. A Jewish
rig I trainer isn't a novelty, of ,ion. National Council Of Jew i
ours.- I- Kline, the dapper dan
from Chicago, is recognized as one
A. Keller of St. Petersburg. No
date lias been Bel for the wedding.'
The new officers of Tampa Bet-
sh
of the greatest conditioner, in the held Wednesday
Women, were installed at the final
meeting of the season, which was
right business, but right now D <
Robb is the busy bee, getting
Braddock ready for a title .crap.
Weisman
For ]; year-, or as the fancy
writers would say. man and hoy.
Lefty Wel.man has been a base-
ball trainer. Hi- started back In
Boston, dean ole Boston, when Trial dent; Mis
sp.-ak.r we the talk o' the town, and Mrs. Meyer
.__________ Annual
afternoon at the
Tampa Terrace- Hotel. Mrs Henry .
Brash. honorary president and
roundel Of the Tampa section, was
installing officer. The officers In-
stalled were Mrs. Joseph S. Water
man. president; Mrs. Ben Haimo
vitz. first vie,, president; Mrs
Arthur Kessler, second vice pre.l-
Kotter, auditor.
eports wei. rendered by
., I""- retiring officers and chairmen
Have you obtained your set Mrs. Waterman
of blotters of Greater Mia-vi
Jewish c-ilebrities? Phone
2-1141.
who wag deletate
to the Southern In'erstate Confer-
" "' held in Little Rock. Ark..
i" !' n report, she- was accn-i- I
panted there by Mrs. Joseph Wohl,
retiring president, who was re.
elected auditor oi the Southern In-
' 1 state Conference.
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swtr, fell wai^r, ceilircj fat, cd., i!*:i J
Daniel coor...Evcey Ocd wild ennceipe j
mst'.-csi and rcadinf Unep. Running let
wj!e or\ cvccylloor.
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DINING AtO KnEClING ROOMS
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I 78 Poom. JCCO 83RoomiS2.50
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The N'utional Council ol Jewl h
-Illinois entertained at tea for mem-
bers ami i-i.-icN of the Senior
Council and nr thers of the Junior
Council members n Mothers' Day
'' the home of Miss Henrietta
Wate-rnian. In t e receiving lin >
were- members of the committee in
charge, including Mi Waterman
Miss Florence Miramovltz, Miss
Ida Olltkin and Miss Ruth Simon
All Junior Council members served
as host.-ssls. Senit 1 Couu.-ii mem
bers who poured were Mrs Arthur
Kessler, Mrs Toeph Wohl. Mrs
Isldor Wohl, Mrs. \. I, Marcus.
Mrs. Jerome Waterman. Mrs .1. S.
Waterman, Mrs. 1 Levy and Mrs
A. It. Berger. An Interestlno pro
uram was arranged.
Y. M. H. A. NOTFS
A verv Impressive Mothers' i'--
lirogram was arranged on Su"c'-i'-
evening bv Miss Oertrnde Mle>- assisted bv Mrs, Harrv \. Sandier
who wn. in charge of the- mu i>
'The V. M. H. A Btnge was att-ac
I tivelv dec rated with nnlma and
floral offering.. Judge M. Henrv
Wilhelm because he was born on
January 27. 1 ie birthday of Kal e,
Wilhelm II Increasing Ger-
man Jewish emigration has made
Jewish match-making an Interna-
tional business Frau Mar;arete
Bornsteln, Berlins best known
-hadchen. has opened brain lies in
Paris and Haifa The late Prllx
Haber. German Jewish scientist
who won the Nobel Prlae in phy i. p
Zionists this year will be in
Buffalo Rabbi Solomon Gold
man or Chicago is leaving for South
i Attica on May 19 to take a big part
n the Jewish National Fund cam-
palg there He'!' fly most of
He way Rabbi James G. Heller
I of Cincinnati is in the midst or a
I major symphonic work which is ex-
pec ted to set the musical world
agog There's talk or a merger
between two of New York's lead-
fug Reform temples, both or which
are having trouble meeting their
rabbis' salaries One or them
was recently very much in the
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%  -wrm IKriday. May M. 1980 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven BULLETIN TEMPLE iSRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Oft ice Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. 6996 Albacore Drive—5-5875 IV|IAMI BEACH Jacksonville Notes Moa Mrs. Herbert Zacharlas; :;. Mrs. Robert Beitner and Mrs. Young l-'olks Temple League, Mrs Herbert Zacharlas; No. I. Mrs. is. Hlrschberg, Mrs. Edward MorPan] Natnan ; „„i Mrs. Herbert RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 3 1st St.—2-9548 MIAMI Onioi both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. Mr. and Mrs. David Safer announce the birth of a daugnter on Wednesday, May .".. In St. Viarent's Hospital. Mrs. Safer was formerly Miss Sallle Pearlman of Chattanooga, Tenn. The local unit l f Junior Hadassah met lasi week in the Jewish Center tor the first May meeting. The election of year 11)37-1938 was leld Mrs. M. CONGREGATIONAL At the services this Friday eve nlng. ai 8:15 o'clock, Rabbi /.wit man will speak on the subject, "A Rebirth of"Faith." Dr. Kaplan will coqduct the services and the young people's choir will chanl the re spouses. immediately after the servicea reception In honor of Rabbi zitman'a birthday will !>< %  given by the Sisterhood of Temple Israel in Kaplan Hall. Members of the congregation and all friends are cordially invited. Set vices ushering in the festival %  1 Shovuoth will he held at the temple on Saturday evening. May 15, at 8:15 o'clock and will be conducted by both rabbis. CONFIRMATION On Sunday morning. May 16, at 10 o'clock. 22 hoys and girls of OUT Religions School will be ci nfirmed in our temple. A complete pro gram Of the confirmation follows: Order of the Services March Hymn No. 116. Prayer, confirmands and ccngre Ration standing. Rabbi Kaplan. Choir. s, i vices I'nion Prayer Book page 203. Confirmation Program 1. Opening prayer. Nataleah Simons. 2. Floral offering. Dorothy MorHymn No 144. Sources of Judaism ::. The Bible, Stanley Wasman. 4. The Religious Literature, Talmud. Midi ash. Shirley Levy. 5. Cod in Nature. History and the Human Heart. Merlon Simon. The Faith or Israel Our Faith, by the confirmands. i; Cod Is One. Hetty Letaw. 7. All Men Are Children of Coil, Bernard Miller. 8. Israel, the Servanl oi God, .lean Weinberg. :•. The Messianic Ideal, as the Hope of the w rid, Lenore Levy. Hymn No. 150. Our Duties The Ten Commandments, by the confirmands. 10. The Personal Cod. Dorothy Ann Levin. (Commandments 1, 2. 3). 11. The Sabbath. Mania Kohl. I Commandment 41. 12. Address to parents. Harry Rimer. (Commandment 5). 13. Sacredneaa cf Life, Vincent Sugarroan. (Commandment 61. 14. The Purity and Integrity of Family Life. Nathan Aronovit/.. (Commandment 7). 16. The Rights of Private Property, Daniel Rlchter. (Commandment 8). Hi. Honor. Truth and Contentment. William A. Mayer. (Commandments !• and 10). Choir. Ceremonial Judaism 17. The Hnly Days: New Year and Atonement, Hetty Liebllng. 18. The Festivals. Theresa Ber lin. Hymn No. 61. Problems of Modern Jewry 19. The Foundation of Jewish Character, Religion, Irving Rubin. 21, Jewish Education, an Answer to Anti-Semitism, Tl lore H, Plant. 21. Address to classmates. Jaml!iliner. L'2 Closing payer. Il.i-n Freedin,in. Hymn No. 60, blessing of confir-, mauds. Rabbi Kaplan. Presentation <>t confirmation certificates, Herbert U. Felbelman, president of congregation. Presentation of Biblea (gift of the Sisterhood), Mrs. Morris Plant, chaii man of school board. Sermon, "Looking Mountainward." Rabbi Zwitman. Sermon, "Now. What'.''' Rabbi Kaplan. Concluding services, page 272. Hymn No. 262, Benediction. Confirmands Nathan Aronovltz, Theresa Berlin, Jane Bronner, Been Freedman, Mania Irene Kohl, Petty Letaw. Dorothy Anne Levin. Lenore Levy, Ina Shirley Levy, Petty Liebling. William Aaron Mayer, Bernard I Miller, Dorothy Morris, Theodi re H. Plant. Daniel M. Rlchter, Harry Rimer, Irving Rubin, Merton SI mon, Nataleah Simons. Vincent M Sugarman, Stanley C. Wasman and Jeane T. Weinberg. The parents of the confirmands ere giving a reception in their holier at the Shore ham Hotel. Ocean drive anil 6th street, Miami Beach, Sunday, May 16, from 8 to II p. in. You are Cordially invited to attend. ganstern; membership. Witten. Mrs. H. Oerbert. Spc.ial committee chairmen: Hospitality. Mrs, Sol Brash, assist ed by Mr.-. Nathan Well; Bistet hood Exchange, Mrs. A. Sommer, Mrs .1. Weiss; Hewing, -Mrs. I. Berlack, Mrs. .1. Naumberg; telephone. Mrs. Camus Kisi in. Mrs. Edgar Felson; Boclal welfaie, Mrs. s. s Jacobs. Mis. A. R s.-ntlial: sun officers for the shine. Mrs. Henry Jacobs, Miss and the Cassle Joel: cradle roll, Mrs, L. P following were elected: Miss Lippman. Mrs. Sam \\ 'olfsoii : aler Clara Kramer, president; Miss lug, Mrs. A. Wilkinson, Mrs. H Edith Wolfson, first vice president; Hammell ami Mrs. ,\. Sommer: pulMiss Ida Biscow. second vice prcsi p|| decorations. Mis. Julius Mack: dent; Miss Minnie Smith, third I'lowei Paul Meyerson; No. 5, Mrs. Hen David and Mrs. Joseph Qllcksteln; No. 6. Mrs. William Hill ami Mrs Sa n Knssewitz: No. 7. Mrs, M Green blatt and Mrs. Hugo Mark; No '<. Mrs, Harry Cebert and Mrs. Horace Lippman. vice president; Miss Josephine Safer, corresponding secretary; Miss Julia Mlzrahl, recording secretary; Miss Natalie Schorr, treasurer, and Miss Annette Marco, publicity. The ni\t big event of Junior Hadassah is the Spring dance in the Windsor Hotel Wednesday, May 19, Samuel Kassew itz will he master of ceremonies, The donor affair will be held Wednesday, June 2. committee dor special occasirns), Mrs. Martin Sail;. Mrs, Walter Nathan: hulls.'. Mrs. Max Oberdorfer, Sr., Mxs. Leonard Finkelstein; publicity, Mrs. B. Bramberg, Mrs. Herbert Meyerson; literature, Mrs. Herbert Weiss, Mrs. s. Bucholtz; Braille, Mrs. s. S Jacobs. Social committee: Mn Brown, chairman Of ways means, assisted by: Group No. I, A Penteci si service, ma king the celebration of Shovous t e F< %  -' of Weeks will !"• held at l o'cloi k Sunday morning in the .lewsih Temple. Laura and Ashlej streets. A feature of the Impressive service will be the coiiflrmntlon eremony tot P' b ys and girls. Each member of the confirmation class will take an active part in the serv ice by addressing the congregation on various studies of Judaism and Jewish history. Those to be confirmed are Jean ii Blankfleld, Ge rge M. Benjamin, Cas-ius M Elsman, Jr., Sidney Brouse. Lois F, Isaac. Frances D. Hlrahberg, Emily Ann Morgenstern, Sidney William .1. I.asaruw, Robert H. Jacobs. Robert Seitner. Jr.. Maurii • Meyer, Arnold Sllverberg, Marvin Saul. Sylvia Pearlstin. Marylin and Mrs. R. A. Jenjamln and Mrs. Hen ]| :IInIn< .i. Evelyn H. Wilkinson. Stein; No. 2. Mrs. A. A. RothsCecelia Springer. Harvey Jacobson The Daughters of Israel are child and Mrs. Simcn Lasarow: No.| and Fannie Baer Levy. planning a dessert bridge party — Wednesday afternoon. May 1!'. in the auditorium of the Jacksonville .i.-wish Center. Mrs. M, Hammerman is chairman of the event and will have as her co-chairman. Mrs. M. Ghelerter. on the committee in charge of the event are Mrs. II Jacobson, Mrs. I. Pinter, Mrs. Isadora MoscovltZ, Mrs. .1. Landau. Mrs S. Lasarow, Mrs. H. Y( iTce. Mrs, N V. Cross, Mrs. T. M. Schneider, Mrs M. Mlrkla and Mrs. A. Zozlow. The executive members of Senior Hadassah met in the home of Mrs. Marx Baker recently when it was decided to hold the donors' banquet In the Jewish Center. May 25, and an elaborate and attractive program is being planned for the occasion. The regular monthly meeting of Senior Hadassah will be held May 31. SISTERHOOD Mrs. Julius Simpson entertained j at luncheon in honor of Mrs. Kap Ian, the Sisterhood board and the chairmen of ill the committees, GENERAL Mrs, Sam Simonhi ff donated a i sum of money, tor which five beau tiful pictures will be purchased tor the temple, in honor of her son. Iinlah Michael. Mrs. L. P. Lippman, retiring president of the Temple Sisterhood of Jacksonville, presided at the annual luncheon meeting recently and presented the gavel to Mrs. Israel L. Kaplan, newly elected president. Mrs. Kaplan announced the tol lowing chairmen of committees: Standing committee chairmen for 1937-1938, religion ami museum, Miss Beatrice Peiser. assisted by Mrs. J. Hirsihbei-g; religious school, Mrs. Joseph Qllcksteln, Mrs P, Nathan: unlongrams and scholarship. Mis Harry Finkelstein. Mrs. M Fried berg; program, Mrs. Leonard K. Grunthal, Mrs Archie Puldy; peace, Mrs. Max Dr. Miles Nervine (Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) Soothes irritated nerves, permits refreshing sleep, helps you to "get hold of yourself." N EARLY everyone is nervous these days. Financhl wornes, street and home noises, late hours hard work and exciting recreation put a strain on tne\e". fSSFl&Z ***&!? 0n Slee Plessness, Nervous iSache, Nervous Indigestion, Restlessness, Irritability An attack of aerves may make you lose friend* ffss as* h usband r ^syr.tts DR MILES NERVINE has been soothing the nerves i*!^ for nearf y 60 years. If „ 0 u are nerv^T vour m^ Ue PaCkage fit y0Ur drU 8 ist H WUI333 your money if you are not entirely satisfied with thereUrge package or bottle-$1.00. Small package or bottle_25c DR. MILES ERVINE DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1764 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2111 BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Inspection and Estimates Fret 222 N. 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Friday, May 14,1837 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five V Society operates from Greenwood, in Jackson County, to Dothan, Ala., tor] delinquent occupational license in the amount of $639.20. Several days ago the Interstate At an executive board meeting K '"" ner,e Comm "'lon approved,' of Beth David Sisterhood held last Je0 f J? certaln CMM "". the Wednesday the following committee appointments were announced: Membership, Mesdames Stanley C. Myers and Mendel Scheinberg; publicity, Mrs. Bernard Simon; hospitality, Mrs. William Robin son; telephone, Mrs. B. Kandel; altar decorations, Mrs. Mollie Apte; monthly luncheon and chain fund. Mrs. Isidor Cohen; Saturday morning services, Mrs. L. J. Hartz; sunshine committee, Mesdames Manuel Ilippa and Wiliam Blutstein; parliamentarian, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz; Sunday school, Mrs. Max Shapiro; library, Mrs. Jack August and J. Shafer; happy day fund. Mrs. Charles Goldstein. Other chairmen will be announced shortly. The annual benefit picnic of the Sisterhood, with Mrs. J. Engler as chairman, will be held on June 20. She will be assisted by MesdameR M. RIppa and William Blutatein. • • • The discussion group of the National Council of Jewish Juniors will meet on Tuesday evening, May 18, at 8:15 o'clock at the Har rlet Court apartments, 1512 Pennsylvania avenue, Miami Beach, sale of this railroad by the Federal receher for the Dothan National Hank, which owned the railroad, to a company being organized to buy and operate the railroad. The state's claim is for licenses which the receiver for the detune l bank has refused to pay, claiming that the National Hanks' exemption from licenses extended to any business that the bank might operate on the side. Comptroller Lee. who has been negotiating to collect these licenses, was forced to act suddenly and lew on the property in order to protect the state's interest In the claim, which since It covers licenses, could not be held against the purchaser as would be the case were the ad valorem taxes delinncnt. OFF MY CHEST DECISIVE HOURS By PIERRE VAN PAASSEN If, as many have come to realize, the fate of Europe is being when Mrs. George Chertkoff will decided oh the batleflelds of Spain, review "It Can't Happen Here" by : il ls no less obvious that the desSlnclalr Lewis. A discussion will follow. All friends are urged to attend. Nat Blumberg and Jack Apte, both prominent in local "V" activities, are associated in the Reliable Trading Company, which they retiny of the Jewish people will be determined by the outcome of that bloody struggle. We have the foolish remarks of General Franco as an indication of what is in store for the Jews and Maraifnos of Spain and North Africa in the event of a Fascist victory. "I have Scene at the signing of the contract for th e purchase of the Y. M. H. A. building and grounds. Sitting are Al. Rosenfeld, president, and E. Alber t Pallot. Standing from left to right are Harry Schwartz, Milton Friedman, Mr. Towers, represent! ng the owners of the property, Jack Apte and Boris Schlachman, executive director. cently opened at 1352 N. W. Third <> doubt." he told a French journalist, who interviewed him at Salamanca, "t'hat the red chaos which is ravaging my beloved Spain at present is but the revenge of the Jews of Amsterdam, who have not ceased plotting against my fatherland since their ancestors were expelled In 1492." avenue. • • • Mr. I. Fialkow announces that he is giving private instruction in Hebrew to both youth and adult and especial attention is given to the preparation of boys tor their Bar Mitzva. He may be found at the Hotel Madison. Miami Reach. • • • Mrs. Bertha Berkowieh Levy, prominent communal worker and authority in child upbringing, announces that Camp Wohelo for Girls, located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, will begin its eighth season on July 1. Mrs. Levy, who is the owner and operator of this camp, will be happy to consult with parents who are interested in the upbringing of their | ut) || 7e tn eir existence as a stepdaughters and providing them with i ping g tone t „ power and as a means to divert the masses from the real Issues at stake in society. The Jews are the victims coming and It is the Jews, therefore, the Jews of Holland, who have bronchi over the Moors and the professional killers of the Foreign Legion from Africa to murder and rape, massacre and destroy—not General Franco himself, who is simply defending the legally constituted government of Spain. What General franco said there goes to show that whatever atti tude the Jews adopt, Fascism will a vacation amidst wholesome and proper surroundings. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Is sponsoring one of its regular card parties for the benefit of its Talmud Torah fund Sunday evening. May 23, beginning at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Hyman Tracer, 753 N. W. 22nd Court. Prizes wll be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served by Mrs. Traeger, the hostess. • • • The annual Sunday school and Talmud Torah picnic of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held on Sunday, May 23, at Hollywood and will be in charge of the Sunday school faculty. The Ladies Auxiliary of the congregation will provide goodies for the children and prizes for the winners of the games and contests which will be participated in by the children. • • Tallahassee, May 13—(FNS)— Stepping in ahead of a reported sale of the Alabama. Florida & Gulf Railroad, Comptroller J. M. Lee today delivered a warrant to Sheriff Walter Watford of Jackson County to levy on and seize the Florida 10 miles of the right-ofgoing, whether they do or whether they don't. There are Jew, middle-class Jews, in this country, in England, in France and in Switzerland, who feel that perhaps dire consequences might be avoided ultimately by assuming a not unfriendly attitude towards Fascism. Suppose the world does go Fascistic, they reason, would It not be better that some Jews even now seek to get on the good side of the coming dictators and thus be in a position to act the role of stadlonhn, of advocates and mediators for their people, on the day when Fascism triumphs and punishes its opponents in the usual barbarian way? I hear it said time and again, by rabbis and Jewish leaders and Jews with money, that we must differentiate between the Nazism of Hitlera nd the Fascism of Mussolini. I heard it argued by a leading figure In one of the organizations for the defense of Jewish rights in America that the Jewish people have no reproach to make I to Mussolini and that certain sections of the Jewish press should stop naming Duce and Fuehrer in way and track of the railroad which one brath. as two birds of the same plumage, lest Mussolini Ret angry and also introduce an Aryan para graph, Well, that very thing is in prepaj ration in Italy now. Anti-Semitism J might not have been a useful Instrument for Fas. ism's rise in Italy, there were hardly enough Jews to go around but since the internationalization of Fascism the Duce feels that it is too valuable a weapon for his friends and cronies In Hungary, Roumania and Austria to neglect. He is making it unanimous, so to speak. No, in a Fascist world there will be no room either for Jews, Jewish culture, a Jewish homeland or for Judaism as a whole. Fascism must necesasrily crush the Jew. An individual Jew may escape here ami there, but the mass of the .lews are going to be victimized. They will have no human lights. Their status will be that of the untouchables In India -at the best. But pogroms are more likely. However, the world will not go Fascistic. The Spanish people are showing us that if the middle classes learn to stand together with the working-class organizations the road is going to he barred to the monstrous slavery which Fascism brings in its wake. The example of the Spanish people served the Belgians to wipe out Rex Degrelle. In Germany a Party of Liberty has been formed. Mussolini is worried about the defeat of his legions by the antl-Fascist international brigade at Guadalajara. In France the Popular Front is about to move farther to the Lert. It is the Fascist dictators who are being forced to the wall by the cry for dreedom and bread which goes up from every land. In their desperation, no doubt, they will not hesitate to plunge humanity into war. But even if they do. they know from now on that the banners of the peoples are going to come victorious through the storm. (Copyright 1937 by Seven Aits Feature Syndicate) to Block and Sully, radio entertain ers. Tor what is described as a distasteful performance at the Los Angeles Radio CditOra' Show. Reporting itlie show for the B'na B'rith Messenger, Dick Chase writes: "If 'it' ever' happens here'. nonAryans like Block and Sully will probably never realize Just how much they had to do with It. To To us their brand Of filth was nothing less than a disgrace to what is sometimes referred to as the 'Jewish name.' Whether thev were funny or not Is anybody's opinion! as Jews With obviously Yiddish facial characterizations who told painfully off-color stories to a crowd at the show that included children, they should be made awaie of the tact that there are other Jewish comedians who are trying to build good will, not to break it down.'' By the way. have you noticed the return of so-called Jewish humorous characters in radio acts? Even Joe Penner's show and Uncle Ezra's program have obviously Jewish characters whose command of the dialect Is absolutely zero. With all the talent lying around the country, it Is pitiful that producers Of radio aits have to resort to that time-worn trick of introducing Jewish comedians to get laughs, at the expense of the Jewish people. LIGHTS FROM SHADOWLAND (Continued from Page 4) in those films, according to Isidore Llndenbaum. radio chairman of Los Angeles Lodge. Radio Stars Get Rapped A bunch of dandelions and sour grapes plus a few raps are thrown I. FIALKOW Specialized instruction in He. brew. For youth or adult. Bar Mitzva preparation. Washington Ave. and 3rd St. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-WS4 ON SAIE DAitr cmmvE JUNE tit. TO WASHINGTON. NEW YORK, AllANlir. CITY NIAGARA fAllS YOU TRAVEL IN COOL COMFORT AILE RECLINING SEAT AIR CON DITIONED COACHES. {••' r PUN YOUR VACATION EARLY. GET DETAILS FROM YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL OR SEABOARD AGENT IME The new high speed oven in the 1 (test Magic Chef gas range will save you time and gas in meal preparation. 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^ Pace Eight THE JEWISH FLOFtlDIAN Friday. May 14, I837 Our SpOrt WOrld U tt> ,do z d Tr i and when tne Cohen delivered the address of the to be slightly mistaken, for there By IRV KUPCINET Seven Arts Sports Editor Trainers for his development of the artlfi lal nitrogen fixation process which helped Cermany stand out against great 'but not loudi speaker went evening. A special feature was is no record of a Barcn Nathanie. U) Cleveland, along went Lefty. "The Reverie of Mother Ma. hree. Rothschild in Vienna And Now Mr Weisman is entrusted which was illustrated with a Bumwhat's more, the father of K.igene the Ur.tish wartime blockade, rewith the care of the greatest arm ber of original tableaux. anil Louis was Baron Albert celved almost lyric praise in the tnai has entered baseball in the The mothers who were seated on Thomas Mann is editing a new Essener Xationalzeitung, Goerine'v A trainer, my l.itvak Lochlnv.re, las, five years. Attached to thai the stage represented the va an all important gentleman of arm is the body of Bob Feller. A whom you hear little, but who is few weeks li arious magazine to be written by and for paper, in an article written by Dr. organizations as fellowMrs.. important German exiles ... It will Dietrich, chief of the Nazi preet Snap! went a muscle Schaari Zedek; Mrs. Henry Brash, failure to win the Spanish civil official called him "a genius." with e o (without stuttering .n his 'million dollar" arm. Since Conu.il of Jewish Women; Mrs H : ar, the Nazi press is discovering out, of course, mentioning the fact 1. !" ""'.",' "r D "'" "' hr e ,he doc,ors bv ,n dozen-but Aronovltl, Council of Jewish j u %  that he "may not be an Aryan tha, he was a Jew. trainers who Jewiai auhiic Robb l.ipmann. who Communal News This year's World Zionist Congiess will positively not be held are 'n tne only one trainer—have locked after niors: Mrs. A. Levine. Ladies Auv because "he looks like a Jew. and neaoiinea. There s Dod Feller's arm so thoroughly that the iliary of Congregation Rodoph Shobis race is mixed, to say the least" .ipmann who looks alter limb feels like one of Minsky's lorn: Mrs. Adam Wolfson. Congre Now that Putzi Hanfstaengl is M irriNW (har "P •" Brdrl|Keaaera. Welaman'a dally min-j cation Rodoph Sholom; Mrs. A S In exile, maybe hell be willing to lorn^ 7" ar • t be0n,y ,,,p tton "-' for plenty of Plnman. Kneaseth YI.ro.le Congre tell about his part in helping to ,n ^e United State. ... And that's lorTfJT tra n r ; r h,eVe n,bb,n and "" f h at *• """ > A. B. Rlfkln. Junior Pi-" he Reichstag fi.e which ,r "^" 7^'"'^ else to the conV s,r „i r ner M I !" 1 "" f ,0rked ,h ar '" tach nr,r -"> •—. !" B H s.,i„helped the Nazis gain final power trU Z ";''<-n1lng The No Sir, and there s Maxle "Lefty" and young Bob has been able to berg. V. M. M. A. • The parents of Helmut Hirs.h. ?* K la,e of the American %  Vel.man, the gent who looks after the Cleveland Indians in particu lar. and Bob Feller, the pitcher who is full of strikeouts and youth, In particular. From time to time, we shall point out other Yldtake his mound. regular turn on the young Jew facing death in GerPlans lor the picnic to be held '"any, belonged to the monarchist. M r X at Temple Terrace on Sunday, May reactionary and nationalist German "'"" ,a,|nE is in Mary Hindi*. 2:!. ar.progressing and a large National People's Party They her father, Max. is one crowd of men. women and children a>e ,neir son the niiddle name of Of the turf's topnotch trainers and Is anticipated at thlevent, dishe trainers, but at the present, owners, and his qualities have been time, this torrid trio is making handed down to Miss Mary, a sweel news, and so won't you step Into little gal whose first love i my parlor and hear about them? thoroughbred (Oh. why Robb horn a horse instead 1 s the w-asn't I • Miss Mary Hoc Robb. as our Mr. I.ippman is s,i is a youngster, and while her better known, generally is credited No S,r didn't w in any honors in the with keeping Champ Jim in the Kentucky Derby last Saturday, she ri ,. (1 ,„ heir ,„,,„. Strictly Confidential shape he is. That Is. physically nas a '"' of years in front of her speaking. Whateves'iape Jim lal* 0 develop a Wlnnah. And 1 n in financially Is Just as well left "la. N,;ilv on '' Derby winner aw unsaid, and anyhow a trainer m BUra h e be ready to Pane up doesn't figure in monetary matters. n r boots and saddle. Braddock weigh, exactly 196 at the ; re enl writing, which is just about \ *ix pounds over what he expects to weigh for his next fieht. And w en you recall that Braddock hasn't defended the title since he th Baton Nathaniel .. Frau Gold, however, eems 1 Continued fi m Page 1 1 Tampa Notes Mrs, S. L Kirchlck announced engagement of her daughter. plucked it from -he curly-locked Elizabeth Ann Kirchlck. to Harry Maxle Baer two years ago, hi.| G. Keller of Bradenton. son of Mr. physical condition 1 forget the financial condition, willya?) is nothing short of sensational, thanks to our Doc It' lib. A Jewish rig I trainer isn't a novelty, of ,io n National Council Of Jew i • ours.I. Kline, the dapper dan from Chicago, is recognized as one A. Keller of St. Petersburg. No date lias been Bel for the wedding.' The new officers of Tampa Betsh of the greatest conditioner, in the held Wednesday Women, were installed at the final meeting of the season, which was right business, but right now D < Robb is the busy bee, getting Braddock ready for a title .crap. Weisman For ]•; year-, or as the fancy writers would say. man and hoy. Lefty Wel.man has been a baseball trainer. Histarted back In Boston, dean ole Boston, when Trial dent; Mis sp.-ak.r we the talk o' the town, and Mrs. Meyer .____ Annual afternoon at the Tampa TerraceHotel. Mrs Henry Brash. honorary president and roundel Of the Tampa section, was installing officer. The officers Installed were Mrs. Joseph S. Water man. president; Mrs. Ben Haimo vitz. first vie,, president; Mrs Arthur Kessler, second vice pre.lKotter, auditor. eports wei. rendered by „ ., I""retiring officers and chairmen Have you obtained your set Mrs. Waterman of blotters of Greater Mia-vi Jewish c-ilebrities? Phone 2-1141. who wag deletate to the Southern In'erstate Confer" "' held in Little Rock. Ark.. i" %  •!'• n report, shewas accn-iI panted there by Mrs. Joseph Wohl, retiring president, who was re. elected auditor oi the Southern In' 1 state Conference. jr.*-' %  %  %  L. y t j. -,-./ %  %  ; '. J / 4€ illEMSNOLE Acrr,c^viLL!: H.ORiDA G.V..iEri ANDREWS, MUM; ce £ "OY SUJ/.V.ER COMFORT it 1 \ .'. Kc'.l in the kecl ol do* k 1 Jickienvi ; Every eoom witk tub J swtr, fell wai^r, ceilircj fat, cd., i!*:i J •Daniel coor...Evcey Ocd wild ennceipe j mst'.-csi and rcadinf Unep. Running let wj!e or\ cvccylloor. AIR COUDItlONED COCK1AIL IOUMG? COFIEE SHOP DINING AtO KnEClING ROOMS I Ralci-Senc'c w,lh Pnjtt Blh I 78 Poom. JCCO 83RoomiS2.50 I 40 Room. 53 00 24 ROOCH 13.50 I 10 Saenp't Room, with P...,I. Balk S400 I SJi^hi intiaaia loe dcjblr excupancy —— HT III PAIl t N C. .[(.....',.. 1,"-. Oek.e I R POUND H V HOIEL DtSOIO S a, G. The N'utional Council ol Jewl h -Illinois entertained at tea for members ami i-i.-icN of the Senior Council and nr thers of the Junior Council members n Mothers' Day '•' the home of Miss Henrietta Wate-rnian. In t e receiving lin > weremembers of the committee in charge, including Mi %  Waterman Miss Florence Miramovltz, Miss Ida Olltkin and Miss Ruth Simon All Junior Council members served as host. -SSLS. Senit 1 Couu.-ii mem bers who poured were Mrs Arthur Kessler, Mrs Toeph Wohl. Mrs Isldor Wohl, Mrs. \. I, Marcus. Mrs. Jerome Waterman. Mrs .1. S. Waterman, Mrs. 1 Levy and Mrs A. It. Berger. An Interestlno pro uram was arranged. Y. M. H. A. NOTFS A verv Impressive Mothers' i'-lirogram was arranged on Su"c'-i'evening bv Miss Oertrnde Mle>- 'The V. M. H. A Btnge was att-ac I tivelv dec• %  rated with nnlma and floral offering.. Judge M. Henrv Wilhelm because he was born on January 27. 1 ie birthday of Kal e, Wilhelm II Increasing German Jewish emigration has made Jewish match-making an International business Frau Mar;arete Bornsteln, Berlins best known -hadchen. has opened brain lies in Paris and Haifa The late Prllx Haber. German Jewish scientist who won the Nobel Prlae in phy i. P Zionists this year will be in Buffalo Rabbi Solomon Gold man or Chicago is leaving for South i Attica on May 19 to take a big part n the Jewish National Fund campalg there He'!' fly most of He way Rabbi James G. Heller I of Cincinnati is in the midst or a I major symphonic work which is expec ted to set the musical world agog There's talk or a merger between two of New York's leadfug Reform temples, both or which are having trouble meeting their rabbis' salaries One or them was recently very much in the t r


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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. M a> M 19J7 On Sunday morning, May :.'::. at 10 o'clock, the closing exercises of Beth David Sunday school will lie held in the Talmud Torah buildinn, "inn prizes will he awarded in the honor students. The parents ami friends are cordially Invited to all end • • An Interesting and varied program was presented at the annual Mothers' Day meeting which Junior iladassah held last evening al Kap Ian Hall. Mrs. Bernard Katz was general M ,vo '" nv School and is a memchairman for the evening and pre'"''" f < "" il national b wry law sented the program in two parts, society. rail ime included the Following: \hLeonard Epstein, who was reSOCIETY Beach where she resided at the Hull Whttelaw. .Mr. Beckerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beckerman of Cleveland, Ohio, is a graduate of Har vard University and western Heiiniiy installed as president of Senior Hadassah, was guesl Bpeakii i r lie evening; Mis. Joseph Williamson extended greetings from Senioi Hadassah; Mrs. Evelyn Itaff presented vocal selections, nccoinpanled by Miss Marion Freed, nounce who played piano solos, ami Carodaughte lie is associated with .1. s. Bache, siock brokers in Via ml Beach. The couple will s:>end the summer here ami will leave in the fall for a trip, and on returning "ill resldl en Hibiscus Island. following the exercises miniwin served by Hi Auxiliary. refresh Synagogue, is a patient at the Al%  Ladies ion Road Hospital toll wing an op. ation lasi week, Greatei Miami Jewrj Is extended a cordial invitation lo attend the reception being tendered to Rabbi Column Zwitman by Temple Israel ami its sisiei h ood n honor of the Mr. and Mr.Samuel Parkas %  •< New York, formerly if Miami, an he engagement of their -Miss Hose I'arkas. and lyn Lichtenstetter played the acMarx Felnberg, a son of Mr. a"d cordion. Mrs. Maurice Felnberg of .Miami Pan t.v.i was under the dlrecBeach. \o date lias been set for lion oi \ifss Adele Segall, who prethe wedding. Miss Parkas was sell ted a number of tre members of graduated from Miami High School Young .India, of which organize and is active in Junior Iladassah. lion she is sponsor, in a program as follows: Rather Arglntar wave a reading, "The Minuet;" Nataloah Sinii n gave greetings; greetings by Mrs. Isaac Levin, representative of the mothers of the Young Judeans: i she has been making her home in Miami Beach with her sister, Mrs. Margaret Sel gtnan, Mr. Felnberg was graduated from Miami High School ami recelved his A. B. ami bachelor of reading. "The White Carnation," I laws degree from the University of by Diana Hlaimaii: violin number bj Jack Mendell, ami a Bcene from "As Von Like it" (Shakespeare) was presented by Jack Mendell. Betty Anne Kirschenbaum and Dorothy Levin. Mothers' Day meeting marked the formal closing of the acth n is i i Hi.administration of I!i3fl '' ami each mother present ri elvi i! ;, ,,., %  A social hour followed ihe program. • Miss Lilyan Helen Wolk became t he bride ol Stanley M Bi i ke man lasi Tuesday al the home of Mrs. Edward l' Strong. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Temple performed 11 e mony, A buffet mip -i was followed by a recepand open house. Tin hride ehi i is tindaughter oi Mr. and Mrs 11. D. Wolk of Toledo. Ohio. She attended Toledo Woodward High School and Toledo University. F i three years she has hei-n a resident of Miami ACKSONVIUE • ii. M....I.: BEACHEj JACKSONVILLE'S LARGEST .nd FINEST HOTEL 300 Room 300 B-,s, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA • Conveniently located in tht downtown buiincil, ihoppmg and ikcatcr dutnct. Every room an outiid* room with private batn, ( no court) circulating ice water, radio, fan and beH reading lamp. Suitei of parlor, bedroom and bath. 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The opening prayer was given by Mars lall Sevin and ihe closing prayer by Herbert Wllensky. Pol lowing reeltatli na and a playlet, an address was delivered by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the con gregal on. Gifts to the Sunday school faculty from ihe Ladies Auxiliary of the congregation were presented by Mrs. Nal Blumberg, vice president elect. Mr. 11. M Ih-evlch, president of th ng • %  gntlo'i -p ke briefly and then presented Rabbi Kellner with a wrist watch from the ho.ml of directors of ihe congregation, Prises for Scholastic excellency Wee awarded on behalf of the congregation for Sunday school work to loan Morris. David Kaplan, Charlotte Blumberg, Donald Berkowitz, Leon Kassin. Ruth R senfehl. Rita Crossman and Herbert Wllensky. Prizes in the Talmud Torah were awarded to Esther Kaasln, Melvin Morris. Paul Safer. Hilly Lubel, Max Marshall Sevin and Ronald Mann. SHOES fov >MEN: WOMEN! ^ rabbi's birthday, Friday evening, May 14. iminodiateh after till rel lar rellgli us serviceal Temi le Israel. Rabbi Zw ii man i ante t o Miami last September lo become associated ii h Temple I ael mid its spiritual head, Rabbi Dr. .hoe! ii Kaplan Rabbi Zwitman a graduate oi Ihe Jewish Institute • >f Religion, established b> Rabbi Stephen Wise. During his si M ami lie has become actli every communal movement and has I n e.inl in Ihe pulpits of each congregation in Mia i He has been active with ihe Zi nisi movement, student work al Ihe university and ih H'nal H'rlth activities A licet ing Of the joint c mn representing all Greater Miami Jewish organizations "i'l !"• held' on Monday evening, Maj 17. ut Beth David Talmud Torah Hall 10 arrange final di tails foi i ho Joint mass meet ni; to be held on Monday. May 24, at Temi le Iael All Miami organizations an to have their represents! \\ es pn ent at this committee meeting. • %  Mrs. Man: le • Maim lies, n Ife of Cantor Mamches : Bi I h la II b The family of the late Hyman N. Levy wish to thank their relatives and friends for the kind ness and sympathy shown ihem during their recent bereavement. The annual Sunday school picnic Of Beth David S lay school and Talmud Torah will be lield on Sunday. M;ii So, ihe exacl place to be iinnouni ed i nexi Issue. Mrs Paul Liibin flew lo Itimlnl, "he e she Mill spend several weeks as the guesl of Lady Helen Duncombe and daughter. • Mr. and MrDai id I'.rown f 102.1 S. W -"Hi avenue extend a cordial invitation to theli friends to attend Ihe Bar Mltza of their son, Stanley, al Beth David Syna gogue Saturday morning. May 16, at 9:3tt o'clock. .Mrs. N'athan nbaum, her daughter; Mrs. I Meyer and daughter. Shirley, will leave next Meek for Neiv York City fn m M here they will leave on the 2th aboard the S. S, Rex i for a visit to Palestine. • David L i i.~. operator of the Itosedale Di I cat< -en fo, ihe past % % %  years, died follow ing n -In it ill ness lasi Mnnda> morning al the Aliim Road Hospital. Mr. Boris 1 nine to Ihe 1'n ted States I'r Poland al i 2.1 years ago and resided in Miami for Ihe pas) n years, during l< h time he made a large nu ber l friends ami beknow a for Ingenerosity and kindness, Film al nei i ii es w en conducted in ihe Carter W xsom al Home Tuesda) nfternoon 111 Ihe re-, ii. •• i several hundred friends by Rabbi Max S iai it Beth David Congregation Foil* wIng Ihe services members ol the odd Fellows conducted the last rites, The eon, hiding services eld in the Greater Miami %  '' Ish Cemeterj Association section oi \\o dlawn Cemetery with Rabbi Shapiro officiating. Boris mrvlving him several brothers nnd a mother, all in Poland; [ several uncles and other [ in Miami and New York, a member of lieth David nation, Sholem Lodge i B'rlth. the Y. M. H. .\.. tin 0. 0 F. and other organlzatioi • > Mrs. Etta Green of Ml h and Cincinnati announce „ gagemenl of her daughte Catherine Khrtnan. to Mi Saul Optner of this city, son ol |,|, Optner, president of the Vuxlllary of the Jewish n ure Bureau. Miss Ehrman is %  .„[„ ate of the Cincinnati i lf Music and Dramatic Arts \|, Optner is associated with 0 | flee of Dade County tax t ,, r The wedding will be an the early full. %  ,! M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-16*1 2 ENTRANCES "30 N.E. FIRSTS 139 SEYB0LD ARCADE muiMiim in t Ml IJI..I (Mill IIMIIIIM GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION DU E 1 01 O ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM II. O'lOL^ 515 Washington Avenue IIIIIIIII.IIIMIIIIIUMMIIiHIMinillMllilllll. iilt*4ltU E. G O R D O N Jewish Rituals Vice-President CARTER & WIXSOM, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 514 W. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 14, 1937 MR. WORLD CHATS WITH THE CHILDREN By FLORENCE ROTHSCHILD See how many of these questions you can answer after you have read Mr. World's "Ask Me I ler" chat. Judaism, by our young people. And all of UH are glad to see lhat in these days the continuants appreciate the privilege more deeply than the ancient Israelites did at Tabor ttie very beginning. (Or have you Mount Tabor because Us peak had not been touched by the Great Flood, Mount Carmel because it had gone into the Red Sea at the lime of the Exodus and thus furnished the dry land on which the Israelites crossed. God, however, remained firm in His determination to give the Law to Mount Sinai, the more so since the boastfulness of the Other mountains made Him angryBut. by way of consolation, He promised Mount Israel in the times of the i'rophetees Del.rah. and to Mount Carmel L What religious ceremony takes place in many synagogues on forgotten that when Moses deBhabuoth? scended from Mount Sinai with the | "promised an Important part 2. What is the origin of ShaTablets of the Law he found his buoth? ; people dancing about a golden calf? ::. what great event in the re-1 u was only after he had climbed Ugtous history of Israel took place the Mount again to bring down anon Shabuoth? i other sot of Tablets—for the first 4. Why did Moses have to | |, ar l been broken when his people's ascend to Mount Sinai twice? 5. What point in the education that the I of the Jewish child did Shabuoth Himself had chosen them to bring His Law to the world, and joyfully accepted the responsibility.) In the Middle Ages, when there was no general confirmation of child did Shabuoth tnnrk in the Middle Ages? 6. What hook of the Bible is read in the synagogue on Shabuoth? 7. What Jewish king was born u Shabuoth? When did he die? 8. What foods are traditionally eaten on Shabuoth? Why? 9. What l'alestinian mountains are said to have resented the choice of Mount Sinai as the place for the giving of the Law? the career of Elijah. When Moses ascended Mount Slnal he is said to have ascended into Heaven itself, there to receive the Law from God. who revealed all the Ten Commandments at ness made him so angry-|once. and in seven voices and Israelites realised that God seventy languages at once. This seems a little difficult to understand, hut we are assured, in this legend, that it did happen. Various legends differ as to the exact place where the Law was reveal id. Shabuoth none the less had a special significance In Jewish education. Only, instead of marking the of God; other versions tell us that NEW HUES IN "WHOS WHO // Places among the Who's Who of 10. Give one version of the end „f a period of study, it marked the beginning: It was on Shabuoth origin of the beams of light said to have emanated from the forehead of Moses. Sunday is Shabuoth, the Feast of "Weeks, so called because a week of weeksin other words, seven that small children were taken to trip to the peak, after the firs Hebrew School for the first time. Tablets had been broken that Though, of course, we can regard Moses Is said to have got th two the Confirmation ceremony as a beams of ligh said to have shone beginning also, the confirmants <>", from his forehead. Accord ng real entrv Into the religious com<" one story the beams resulted encement' from n 8 n;,vin K SP0 lis ha,r God descended through the seven; the garden flowers are assured a heavens to the peak of Mount sinal, where the revelation took place. It is. by the way. on his second weeks—elapses between the first! mlim v n \ s a comm.. day of Passover and this holiday. ceremonv j U8t like the commencej *'li" ">•"> w h *""'' ** %  This la the day which commemon|ellts Celebrated at graduation | engraved the words of the U rates the giving of the Ten Comt|nl0 in nig h school and college. another legend tells us that the light mandments to the people of Israel I where the word "commencement" beaming to come out of his foremany centuries ago; in ancient also nleans hP beginning of real | head when he stood in Heaven with times, too. Shabuoth was oelepart ,cipatlon in the life of the comthe brated as the Feast of the First munit y. Fruits, for it is at this season that the wheat (Top ripens in Palestine. In many of our synagogues today one hand, and with his other hand touching the Throne of God. The Shabuoth synagogue sorvSf) yoH spp t||n( ^j osos | s the Ice, Which Mr. World hopes all of : ]loro ()f |hp shabuoth festival .lust IU oth marks Confirmation Day, you will attend this year. mc hides „ h „ ,„ th e chief character in the Pesai h story—Put whereas, at the day when boys and girls who (the reading of the Hook of Ruth have completed a certain course Of Ud %  *** all of you who eJewish studies are formally we.-1 men.ber the story of Ruth • ,, u,, full-fledged members of! derstand why. For Ruth as a woman of Moab who had married and become a Jewess, and Palestine mother-in-law. with and corned as the congregation of Israel. It Is very interesting to observe a Jew how the harvest festivals of Ions remained a Jewess even afte. his ago, when the Jews were a people death, going of farmers in their own land, have Naomi, her acquired a special spiritual meanthere becoming the wife of Boas ing. All the ancient peoples celeIn other words. Ruth. u,..gh not brated harvest festivals, rejoicing horn into -he Jewish faith, a* pt for ..,.• Spring crops early in the ed the Law of Moses jus as the year, and for the Autumn crops in \ people of Israel had accepted .at the Pall: and mos, of these barMount Sinai. You may reniembe too. that Ruth was the great grandmother of King David: so you will Passover time, we remember him as the great liberator, on Shabuoth we think of him as the great teacher of Israel. arge number of introductions for 1936, several of which are shown here. The snapdragon, at the left, which has almost a habit of making news, has become something of a crusader among flowers. It is the leader of a battle against a flower killer, the rust disease. Snapdragon mixtures 75 percent resistant to rust were offered last year. They had been developed by professors of the University of California horticulture department and Improved by various seed breeders. Scientists of the Ferry-Morse Seed Breeding Institute succeeded in developing distinct color strains of snapdragon, such as that pictured here, which are 100 percent immune to rust. Snapdragons white, yellow or golden orange may now be grown in soil infested with rust. Numerous new petunias will be found among the year's flower garden elite, and one of them is Ferry-Morie l'hotoc the Rose King Improved, lower right. This flower is unusual because of its clear rose pink color. It produces large blossoms which have golden throats. Another petunia with an interesting new color which is expected to win high favor is the Flaming Velvet. The Floral Who's Who each year acquires several new members from the sweet pea family, and 1936 is no exception. One of the newcomers is Early Chime, upper right, which boasts unusually large blossoms of a fascinating shade of light salmon pink on cream ground. Noted for its strong growth is the new Early Redwood Sweet Pea, and Early Triumph is a 1936 variety with a soft but clear shade of lilac mauve. Other novelties this year are numerous: double and semi-double nasturtiums in new shades, hardy asters, calendulas of new hues — scores of items to swell the Who's Who list. New gardening pleasure should be found in any or all. vest festivals were religious in nature too. But the Israelites felt f Copyright 1937 by Seven Feature Syndicate) Arts Daytona Beach Friday night, May 14. Rabbi Klelnfeld Will preach on "Ethics Of the Fathers." Shvuos ^ervices COLUMBIA AND HARVARD DOWN BIDS TO CELEBRATION New York (WNS)—Nasi Ger] main's assault on education is attacked by implication by President Nicholas Murrav Butler of Colum-I wi ,,e 'inhered in at Tempi. Israel bia University in a letter to Qoettingen University in whose becenSaturday evening at S o'clock. Sunday morning services begin at SAFED NOTABLES WARNED tenary celebration Columbia will %  O'clock with a sermon by Rabbi WHEN CONSTABLE IS SHOT "' participate. The letter said: "We wish to mark our appreciation and admiration for that spirit of scholarship and culture, that ejrusalem ni laliles of hat' their ft. in a be interested to know that, accordwarned by northern district govthat their faith In a uoa or spini, „„,.,„„, i PW lsh tradition ernment officials that the Bternnest so different from the gods worIng to the^ancient *r** !" %* mPllsuros wollId ,,„ lnvoked „ „., sbiped by many of their neighbors. DavidIwa.bor non Wu*M. • %  in that area continues. could not be satisfied with simply died on this holiday also, observing harvest festivals similar A K()od nanj „f you may i.no.v to those of other nations. That is SnaDUOtn as the day when dairy why they related the first of the disnos especially bllntzes, are harvest feasts, which marked the gerve(1 .,, h ome, and when honey gathering of the barley crop, to' honey C akes are the order of w ,, s wounded ,„ „„, arm their deliverance from Egypt, and I made of Pasover a Festival of tom ani| symbollzes the joy of the Freedom And the concluding feast! Jew sh people In the Torah. which ve (WNS i The Arab Safed have been fn ellom of thou K nt ancl '"'i"". v that absence of race and religious prejudice and persecution which gave to the old Germany its leadership for generations in phllSOphy, in letters, in science, in the fine arts, in music and In industry and Demolition of houses and banishment Of some of their leaders were among the steps threatened. The wh1cn l """ Klu ,0 fte German peo thra. followed the shooting of Po'"" World-Wide grateful recognition lice Inspector ZlOtnlk, a Jew. who i "" 1 "Orld-Wlde leadership. May that which we now celebrate and the day. There is an old. old cusTwplvP young A| ; ,,, s w ,.„. banlBhe d Mlttl I" 10 1 return l hel P s, : lv from Sared and vicinity a* the first lis rock,n worM sequel of the attack on Zl tnlk. ~~ of the seven weeks' harvest-for, Jg ga]d n the anr ,ent phrase, to I His „„„„„,„„ is known but has no) should also remember that just as fll)m ,,„, |( ts Bo >hat the simple agricultural ate en]oy8 these Pintles test ila of a Primitive people came Jewlsh soul de nghts in Torah. | Equally strong action was taken; tenary celebration of Qoettingen to express the joy of Israel In Its As Shabuoth marks the giving of by the authorities In Tulkarem University. Harvard had orirlnally nationhood: Passover marked its h t aw of Mose8 on Mount Sinai, where a British policeman was announced its intention of sending physical liberation from slavery. ,, ml h t b e interesting to rememshot. For two days now a curfew a delegate, but It has followed the .,.., ils siurituai rise to a naber for a moment gomeof thehunhas been Imposed on the Arab town, example ol Yale and Princeton n tion obeying the Law of God, the dped> of egenda thn have come lasting from six in the evening un' 'ending only a mesage. fundamental law of the Ten Comflown M m ahout MoBe8 ascent of til morning. A collective tine of A S. Klelnfeld on "The Need of a Living Creed." Sunday night at the services beginning at 8 o'clock Rabbi Kleinfeld will speak on "The Transmission of the Ten Commandments Through Israel." Visitor or memorial services will be observed Monday morning. An Imortant meeting of the Shekel Board of Greater Miami will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall Monday evening. May 17. at 8 o'clock. All members of the board and those interested in the Shekel movement are urged to attend, as important plans for the campaign to obtain signatures on the Shekel declarations will be acted on. An important meeting of the board of directors of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will to Bend a delegate to the blcen-|be held at the synagogue Tuesday evening, May IS, when important business will be presented for action. A report will be presented by the building committee. Members of the congregation are invited to attend. mandments that mountain. That is, for ex150 panels ;i imposed on the HISTADRUTH, REVISIONISTS REACH LABOR AGREEMENT tha I la y NOW von Bee why it is Shabuoth ample, the story of rivalry among sl whan the wounding of the at was .hose,, as Confirmation several mountains, each of which Britisher took place. Military iy |„ our modern synagogues, wanted to be the place for the forces were posted around the town I Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency)— brated revelation of the Ten Command when the merchants proclaimed a The first major agreement between ficulties in Tel Aviv. The agreement between the Histadruth and the Revisionist labor organization of Tel Aviv provides for a joint labor exchange for the distribution of Jobs on the basis of a fixed ratio. The Revisionists undertook e | not to dispatch workmen to Jobs where a strike is in progress.


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Friday, May 14, 1937 THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN Pare Three ^Jem'sti florid ian rUMJBAt NLT .WUM HIOIT PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 2<"S PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHKT. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Mnnairrr BERNARD MORGENSTKRN Field Representative Enter-il as aecond claw matter July 19S0. at the Post Office at Miami. Florida, under the \.•• f March 3. H79. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Month. fJ-JJI *e Year %  2M FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1937 Vol. 10—No. 20 Stand Up and Be Counted From Biblical times on, we Jews have been repeatedly told "Stand up and be counted." When first we were subjected to a census and our Shekels taken down on through history this "stand up and be counted" has been dinned into our ears. Not always, to our sorrow, have we heeded this age-old cry of our people. And too often, much too often, has this call been enforced upon us by our foes and enemies. Yes ... we have "stood up ... we have been counted" by our persecutors throughout the many years of our long and thorny path ... in the days of the Spanish inquisition ... in our travails throughout Europe and Asia ... in the days of the horrible blood libels .WE HAVE BEEN STOOD UP ... we have been counted and too many times this counting has detracted from our strength and from our numbers because they were followed by auto-da-fes ... by pogroms ... by decimation. Even today ... in days of so-called enlightened civilization ... we are being counted ... in colleges institutions of learning ... in mercantile establishments ... we are being counted ... In Germany we are being counted Poland, Roumania, even in our own Palestine the British Empire is counting our people and, sad to say, not for our benefit. ... Why not face the issue like real men and women like those of our sacred forefathers who hesitated not to be counted but of their own free will, because it was a duty to be cheerA scene from the make a tour of the United States ^^^^^JSad/^hichattracted thousands in New York and which will shortly mUxml Y. M. H. A. By HARRY SCHWARTZ Am 1 happy, or am I happy? Don't esk—Just read on: lu behalf of the Young Men's Hebrew Association of Greater Miami I deem it a privilege and pleasure to inform the Jewish populate of this area, as well as our many members and friends elsewhere, of a momentous occasion In the annals of "Y" history. A dream of five years, realised with the purchasing of 37,500 square feet of land at 16th avenue S. W., running from 4th to fifth street. This land includes our present home. Chairman K. Albert Pallot and his building committee Bernie Frank, third baseman; Al Reisman, short field; George Reichgott, left field; Ralph Grossman, center field, and Normy Thaler, right field. Substitutes were Abe Winer. Hy Rubin, Al Fromberg, Abe Berkowitz, Sammy Tendrich and Jerome Weinkle. Lest 1 forget, Julges Wilson was re-elected water boy and will have as his assistants, L-ew Safanowitz and Arthur Blatt. What a combination! The Civic League diamond-ball eason will start next week. Watch this column and the daily papers for dates. A splendid musical program was presented by Chairman Eleanor Rubin, who introduced the following performers: Baby Adele Rosenbloom. Mrs. Wiliam Friedman. Rose Levy, Billy Wilson. Joseph Mandelbaum, Phil Weintraub. Maurice Fodor and Mrs. Marion Shinand Director Boris Si %  hliichmnn a !" dell. Refreshments were served by to be commended for this splendid M g Jule8 Wilson. Mrs. Al Rosen feld. Mrs. Kathryn Morris. Mrs. Weintraub and Miss Molly Apte. action. fully met. The esteemed Justice Brandeis has called this cry back to us in these modern days again we hear "Stand up and be n f recreation, such as handball. counted." We need to show the entire world that there is such! tennis, badmlnti n. volly-ball, has a thing as united Jewish action for a worth-while purpose. We | vet bail, wrestling, boxing and gymmust show the League of Nations, the Royal Commission of nasties, may be enjoyed. BxecuPalestine, the blundering, doddering statesmen of the great British Empire that Jewry is behind the movement for a real Jewish homeland in Palestine where, if nothing else, the persecuted, wandering, homeless Jew driven from pillar to post by every maniacal dictator seeking to find a scapegoat, may find shelter and peace. Improvements of many descriptions will have to be made to convert this property Into a fine athinstallation dinner letlc field, where the various forms ">• !" ^ ^ M M a( Miss Evelyn Jacobs. In charge of tive Director Boris Schlacliman is In complete charge of a fund-raising drive and urgently requests the aid of every Jewish organization In the Greater Miami area. In conjunction with the annual „nd dance to he held May 24 at the "Y" clubrooms, has received reservations for more than 90 ecu pies and. with only 60 tickets left, indications point to an early sellout. Hurry and get your reser vation In. Admission. $1 per couple. that her favorite receive the blessing from his father, rather than Esau, and it was she who helped him to escape when the deception was revealed. Samuel, one of the leading prophets In Israel, owed his high position to his mother. Hannah, who consecrated him to the service of the Lord. Long childless. Hannah prayed faithfully for a son, vowing that if her wish were granted she would dedicate him to God. God heard her prayer and she bore a son whom she called Samuel, "the heard of Ood." As soon as he was weaned she entered him in reThrough historical precept and religious Injunction Mothers' Day thus has special significance to the Jew. The child is admonished In the Book of Proverbs: "Hear, O my son. the Instruction of thy father, and neglect not the teaching of they mother." The home Influence of motherR has been the largest single factor contributing to the continued existence of the Jewish people. Where laws and rules failed, where peremptory command was ignored, the gentleness of mothers has had greatest effect In shaping history. Their Influence has never been better stated than In the old Talmudlc saying that Ood could not be everywhere, and therefore he made Mothers. GREATER JEWISH MOTHERS By CARL ALPERT Heartfelt sympathy is expressed I bv everv member of the "Y" at the Throughout the entire world Jewry today is being told to y. M. H. A.: Nominations of orfi-, (lea(h of navi( l!orl8 "stand up and be counted" by the paying of a Shekel (fifty eers. which will be held \vednes-| eents). No more is asked of the wealthy man, no less is taken day. May 19. Ben Berkln, ardent from the one less fortunate. All are asked when the Shekel is board member, in his enthusiasm paid to subscribe his name to a declaration. Five hundred | t the good news of our purchase. thousand of these declarations and Shekolim is the goal set for: will provide a buffet supper and the United States of America. That is a minimum. These | Bm oke. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth declarations will be presented to European statesmen, those of David Congregation will be guest the British Empire, of the League of Nations and of other coun, speaker of the evening, tries they will be told in terms unmistakable ... in words Bar] Albert Paiiot win preside that will reverberate throughout every civilized land that Jewry as toastmaster. Every member of is united this once ... we want the homeland in Palestine for the "T" is cordially invited to parHit Jewish people. ... I take in the festivities. The eyes of the entire world are focused on us now ... we | More good news: Under the either sneoeed or forerer fail ... if we are to conscientiously managership of Aaron weinkle the look the world squarely in the face if we are proudly to I y. M. H. A. diamond ban team got pass on our heritage of the ages to our children ... if we are, eff to an auspicious start by deto be honest, self-respecting Jews ... we must STAND UP AND teatlng the police-fireman team by BE COUNTED." we must pay the Shekel ... we must sign i an 8-to-i score. So sorry I Arbeiter Ring Paid Out $3,000,000 In Benefits, Convention Hears THE DECLARATION. KING GEORGE BECOMES PATRON OF ORPHANAGE London fWNSI— Carrying on a tradition of "he British royal family which dates back to the Duke of Sussex, uncle of Queen Victoria, His Majesty King George VI announced on the eve of his coronation his consent to becoming a patron of the London Jewish Orphanage. Since the Duke of Sussex the orphanage has enjoyed the patronage of King Edward VII. George V and Edward VIII. only a practice game, but with the new life and enthusiasm evidenced by all the players. Indications point to a successful season ahead in the Civic League of Miami. MACY AFFILIATES TO END n thpjr game aRaillst the rd SALE OF GERMAN GOODS I, Mup Rhirts Hy Sacks pitched In rare form and allowed his opNew York (W'NSI— A promise to discontinue the sale of German goods in its affiliated stores in Toledo and Atlanta has been given by R. H. Macy & Co. to the NonSectarian Anti-Nazi League. The stores are Lasalle and Koch in Toledo and Davison and Paxson In Atlanta. DOnentS but three hits. The following players participated to the credit o fthe "Y" as well as themselves: Harry Oolden. catcher: Hy Sacks, pitcher; Nat Blumberg. first baseman; Frank Rose, second baseman; Izzle Mayerowltz, shortstop; (Continued from Last Week) Not all stories of mother-love In Jewish history ended thus. Yoche bed. mother of Moses, was also Induced to sacrifice out of love for her boy. She realized that the lit tie one was unsafe in her home, where the Egyptians might come upon and certainly slaughter him She deemed It better to cast the boy out In the hope that somebody would find and care for him. Through good fortune little Moses was found in his basket in the bulrushes by the Egyptian princess, and in response to a suggestion by Miriam, his sister, it was none other than Yochebed. his own mother, who was returned "by the princess to nurse the "unknown" child. Philadelphia IWNSI —Benefits totalling $.1.00.O0O have been paid out to members of the Workmen's Circle since its establishment In 1900, Reuben Guskin, president, reported at the opening of the 37th annual convention. Delegates representing "1,000 members heard Mr. Oiiskin rvcal that the organization had expended $3,000,000 on Its sanitariums, $200,000 for relief of members, over $500.OOn to families of deceased members. $1,600.000 for tre Arbeiter Ring schools. $25,000 for the support of Yiddish schools In Europe and $80,000 to the HIAS. A case of divided mother-love Is seen in the story of Rebecca, whose affection centered on yonug Jacob. It was she who contrived Professor Einstein has contracted for a new hook Fiddler Dave Rubinoff is preparing to invade flstlalla with a Jewish heavyweight prospect The press table at %  recent Jewish dinner In the Hotel Commodore felt right at home when its tenants discovered that the waiters assigned to them were from the Cafe Royal, headquarters of the Yiddish intelllgensla on Second Avenue. Dr. Chalm Welzmann's autobiography is listed fcr publica• • jdou-ji Xq uotj ___



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.. wJemsti Florida n Osama* Tfhe Jewish Unity H Vol. 10—No. 20 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 137 Price Five Outs Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE By PHINEAS J. BIRON Beth David To Hold Confirmation Read With Care Anti-Semitic organizations are only less disappointed than the thenhant at re owners at the failure of New York's license commissioner to renew the licenses of the burlescpie houses The fact that Jews held many of these licenses was being widely exploited by the antiJewish groups The appointment of Dr. Heinrich Bruening. German ex-chancellor, to the Harvard faculty, was indirectly made uoBlbta hv Lucius N. Uttauer Sunday evening, May 23, begin nlng al g o'clock, Beth David Congregation win hold Its annual confirmation exercises iu the synagogue under the diiectiou of Kubbi Max Shapiro with Mrs. Harry Oliin charge of the program. Among those who will be confirmed are Louis Arouowitz, Jules Beckwitt. Nanette Cohen, William Dock, .Martin Dubler. Herbert Fischer, Jack Oilman, Lucille Urooper, Shirley Jauiiaon, Pear, Kalisii, Ruth Kenilal, Betty KirschI'lib.aiiu. Teddy Lazarus. Henry Mendell, Bobbie Resnlck, Leroy Iti-iiening has been named lecturer Rubinstein, Bella Shall, Gloria on government in the new Harvard | Schiieiderinan, David Seitlin. liar Graduate School or Public Adminold Solomon, Murray Spitser. Loul* Istratlon, which was founded with Spitzer and Murray Zc hn. Dining utiaiier's 12,000,000 gift Dr.I the evening teachers' diplomas will It. K. Geer, president of Kiirman be awarded conditioned on one I'nlverslty, Greenville, S. ('., is one year's substituting service in a of the prominent Southerners who recognised Sunday school to the is righting efforts cl industrialists following: Kvclyn Auslander. Kilo defeat unionisation of textile Isle Bather, Thai ma Kroenfeld, workers by rousing feeling against; Shirley Pepper, Esther Pont, HowJewish organizers Speaking of aid Schwartz. Harold Shapiro, South Carolina reminds us that the Julias Sokolow, Miriam Welntraub, swanky Saint Cecilia Society of Adele Sootln, living Ginsburg, Charleston has a set of by-laws -Maitin Qreenberg and Josephine which bars divorcees, actresses and j Freed. All conflrmands will pre .lews from its social functions .sent original essays during the eveAnti-Semitic businessmen in Mew ning'a program, A reception will Agitator Attacks Noted Rabbi New York iWXSISpeaking al a dinner given in honor of himself and Judtfo Jill an W. Mack by the nierchund isl %  council of the Allie.i in .le.i-.i Congress. Dr. Stephen 8. Wise revealed he had received a im atcning letter from Robrt Kdwaid Kdmoiidson. antiSemitic pamphleteer, and that Dr. H. C. Kngelbrecht. Christian author, who won the Opinion Magazine contest for the best essay on how to combat ami Semltlsm, bad received a similar leiler from an organisation railing Itself "Uermans of Aryan Descent and Sons of the Christian Revolution" in which iie was warned of violence, lu hie address. Dr. Wise again urged thai 1 lie Zionist Congress be held i. America, predicted that Sholem Ascll would win the Nobel Prise and declared that "we will have in Palestine iiie greatest, nobles! ant frees! il ocracy the world has known." Other speakers were Judge Ferdinand Pecora, Louis Nizei. M. Maldwin Fertig, who pre ided: Sholem Asch and Judge Mack. follow the formal program. public is Invited ic attend. York are said to be contributing follow the torn in an anti Nazi boycott organisation in order not to lose their Jewish customers for German goods Due to the efforts Of James N Rosenberg and John W. Davis is.not) copies cif "We or They." a swell anti-Fascist tome by Hamilton Fish Armstrong, have been bought and sen! to key people throughout the country. About a Visitor Some strange stories are being ti Id about this Profe8SOr Leo Frobenlus, the German archeologlst I under the auspices of a commitwho is here on a lecture tour tee representing every Jewish orAs we told you last week, be is ganlzation In Greater .Miami. Mrs said to be a Nazi agent We Murry Grossman is general chairare also Informed, however, that man, with Sidney Segall and Murry iree exiled German scientists, Cossman co-chaiimen. Other mem Franz Torbeke, Arnold Hollrelgel bers of the committee are Sol and Dr. German, are accusing him Rotfort, Cantor Boris Schlachman, Pallot. Adele Segall, Many Zukernick, Mrs. Ida Optner, Myra Goodkowsky, Lillian Wucher, Community Mass Meeting Planned A mass meeting, designed to an.use .Miami Jewry to present-day world Jewish problems, will beheld on Monday evening, May 24, at Temple Israel, beginning al S:15 o'clock. The meeting will be held %  allegedly having no right to the E. Alberl claim of having discovered the African pre-hlstoiic caves, which he claims to have explored Hollriegel insists that he is the discoverer and that Frobenlus appropriated his material Oilier inGe rge Chertkoff, Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, Leu Robinson, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Mrs. Maurice Jacobs. Prominent speakers will discuss fcrmation concerning Frobenlus Is conditions and a program of gala entertainment will be presented during tl veiling. Complete de tails will appe ir In our next i sue JERSEY SYNAGOGUS GROUPS CONDEMN GAMBLING DEVICE Elizabeth, N. J. IWNS) Bingo games, lotteries and other forms of gambling as a means of raising Vienna is agog over a sensatloTTal funds for synagogues and other suit filed against Barons Eugene ; Jewish Institutions were condemned and Louis Rothschild by a Frau | by the eighth annual convention Teresa Cold, who claims to be the'r of the New Jersey branch of the mother. .. She is seeking 1.000! United Synagogue of America. 000 schillings on the basis of oerThe convention also went on ,en.ni tain documents which are supposed BS opposing Jewish political orl" prove that she was secretly mar-j gani/af-ns and the exploitation f (Continued on Page 8) Jewish institutions by politician that he was appointed museum director in Frankfort-am-Main In 193-1 after a conference with Hitler. that he once tried vainly to gel B job through the late Kurt Eisner Socialist premier of the short-lived j Bavarian Republic, and that he dls1 -barged his assistant, who is now In New York, inause he is married lo a Jewess. Transatlantic Flashes Zionists Will Name Delegates Because of the nearess of the annual convention of tinZionist Organisation of America, which wll' he held in Buffalo, an Important meeting of the Greater Miami Zion ist District will be held iu Kaplan Hail on Monday evening. May 24. beginning at s o'clock. Immediately preceding the mass meeting to be held there that night for the purpi Be of iec eivlng the report of the nominating commit I nil electing delegates and alternates to the convention. All members of the i! strict are urged to attend, Refugee Gives Probable Clue Pittsburgh (WNSl Dr. Curt stem. German-Jewish refugee scientist ami one of the world's grenl est atomic physicists, who was on the staff of the Zeppelin works in Germany before he was exiled, I as naile a far-reaching discovery which may explain the mystery of the explosion which wrecked the' Hlndenberg. Dr. Stern, now on the tail of the Carnegie Institute of Te hnology, reported t the Amerl-1 can Physical Society's convention In Washington a week before the! dirigible crash the discovery that leaking hydrogen can explode sp in taneously by virtue of t e fad tin the pr ton, the hear! of the hydro \ nen atom, possesses a strange >cess of magnetic t o • > r *>.iU feet on S. W. ll'.th avenue from S. W. Fifth street to Fourth street, loo feet on 8. w. Fourth street ami loO feet Oil S. \V. Fifth street, ii is Improved by ; frame buildine ami several smaller hlllld-'ngs which has been occupied by the organization for the past several years. On the building committee arcE. Albeit Pallot, Al Kcisenlelcl. Jack Apte. Milton Friedman and Harry Schwartz. A cam paign for the purpose of raising funds to complete the purchase will begin Immediately under iiie direr %  ion of Boris Schlachman, dlrecto of the "Y." Following passing o title Improvements to the grounds will begin. Synagogues Plan Shvuoth Services SllVUOth services will he usheieo ill at tile Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Saturday evening a, 7:3o o'clock. Sunday morning sort Ices begin at II c. clock With a sei mon by Rabbi Abraham A. Kelluei cm "/.man Matan Toiasaynu." Sunday evening services begin at ti o'clock Monday morning services oe-in tit y o i lock with the "YiskoF %  r Memorial services al 10:30, preeded by a sermon on "Shall We Itemember?" by Rabbi Kellnei. The public is invited t ; attend. Saturday morning the regulat services in Beth David Congregation, beginning at 8:30, will witni-.-s i e confirmation of David Seitlin, the son t i Mr. and Mrs, Henry Seitlin. and Stanle) Brown, s i Mr. and Mrs. David Brown. The boys will recite the Haftoro ami the usual blessings and speak briel > Rabbi -Max Shapiro will ] deliver t Insermon. Saturday evening at sundown the Shvuoth| festival -.x ill be ushered In. At the Sunday morning services Rabbi Shapin will preach on "The Message c I Sinai Do We Al re; I It'.'" Mo day morning. Immediately preceding the Vizkor or .Memorial services, beginning at 10 o'clock Rabbi Shapiro will preach on "Why is Man Afraid <>r Death?" At Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach, Shvuoth services begin at 7 p. m. Saturday evening with I cantor Mam ice Mamches chanting the serviceSunday and Monday mornings the services begin at 8:30 a. m. with the Ylskor or' Memorial service at 10 a. in. Mon1 day morning chanted by Cantor Mam. Il IJ. The public is invited to j attend all services. Jewish News Around the World SIR HERBERT SAMUEL IS NAMED VISCOUNT IN CORONATION HONORS London (W.NSI sir Herbert Samuel, first high commissioner of Palestlue and veteran Jewish leader and statesman, topped the list of IU Jews included in King George's dispensation of honors and titles on the occasion of his .-oronatii n. Sir Herbert was one •if the two men created viscounts which automatically entitles him to membership in the House of Lords. The other Jews honored were lulius Ellas, one-time newsboy and now publisher of the Laborite Daily Herald and other publications, who was given a baronetcy; Sir Felix Cassel, former judue ad;i)i-ale-general, who was appointed to the Privy Council, the highest egal tribune In the British Empire; Sir Isaac Isaacs, termer govemorreneral of Australia, who became knight of the Grand Cross of Bath: Sir Michael Myers, chief justice of New Zealand, who received the Grand Cross or Michael and St. George; Maurice Hloch, honorary president or the Glasgow Jewish Board of Guardians; Louis Sterling and Samuel Cohen, who were knighted; Captain Aarons. president of the Organization of Hlind War Veterans of New South Wales, and Mrs. Knimy Cohen, who Were given membership in the Order of the British Empire. The elevation Of SoHerbert Samuel to the House Of Lords will mark his return to an activepolitical career which was Interrupted alter 4U years when lie was defeated In the 1935 Parliamentary elections, Jerusalem IWN8I Three Jews ami one Arab were Included In the coronation honors announced in London to mark the coronation of King George VI. Membership In the Ordei ef the British Empire was pi nferred upon Emil Hauser, 'I r -(lor of the Jerusalem Conservatoire of Music ; Chaim Salomon. ic liner vice mayor of Jerusalem; Michael Alenikoff and Hassan Bey Shukri, mayor of Haifa. Who during the past year and a half has e 111 nl ly been subjected t attn ks by Ara 1 s on gn ds of alI 0\ %  : pat tiality to Jews. REFUSES TO RECOGNIZE NUREMBERG LAWS Leyden, Holland fWNSl Hoi land's refusal to recognise the validity of the Nuremberg marriage laws in Dutch territ ry is revealed in the bulletin of the Internal onal Juridical Institute, which publishes a number of recent decisions on the suhje t by Dutch courts. In one ense the court issued a marrlnge ll ense t 1 an Aryan German woman and a stateless Jew after emphas'sing that though the German marital laws "may appeal to German publicopinion, they are contrary to the fundamental piin clples or the Institutions of the N"e*i-e-hi-cis ami threaten Dutch public order." -I