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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Vol. 10No. 21
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1937
Price Five Cents
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
POLAND AND THE WORLD
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
Noted Cleric To
Address Meeting
Dr. Delman J. Kuykendal, pastor
Beth David To
Confirm Class
of the Plymouth Congregational
This column ie copyrighted by the
Seven Art* Feature Syndicate. Re-
production in whole or In part
strictly forbidden. Any infringe-
ment will be proeecutcd.
The official proclamation of the
new government party in Poland,
the Camp of National Unity, rep-
resents the very nadir of barbarism
In that rapid deterioration of hu-
man civilisation which has gone on
since the war. "The Jews are too
numerous. The solution is mass
emigration." That is brutal enough.
What follows, however, breaks
both the expressed and tacit agree-
ments of human society and
plunges It back into the jungle.
"We cannot wait until the problem
solves itself by the disappearance
of the Jews, for we must without
delay find employment for the
Polish population in trade, indus-
try and the handicrafts." In a
word, war is declared by a state
against three millions of Its na-
tionals, a war of extermination.
This desperate situation illus-
trates a good many things. First,
law Is useless, agreements are use-
less, treaties are useless unless
men consent to them from within.
When the Polish Republic was set
up in 1919 the treaty makers
thought they had done their duty
by giving the national minorities,
including the Jews, all necessary
rights within the new state. But
from the beginning the dominant
Poles trod under foot the minority
rights embodied in the treaties and
not only those of the Jews but
those of the other large minorities
as well. For It must not be for-
gotten that this new Polish Repub-
lic was and is a state of many na-
tionalities. Of its roughly thirty
millions of Inhabitants onlyagain
roughlysixteen to seventeen mil-
lions are Poles. Stories were au-
thentically told me as early as 1924
of Ruthenian voters being met by
machine guns at the urns. The
Jewish parlimentarians were even
then desperate over the callous dis-
regard of all treaty rights. The Al-
lied Powers could hardly keep gar-
risons in Poland to protect the
rights of the minorities banded
over to the Poles. Mr. Woodrow
Wilson and his colleagues in Paris
had faith in written law. That is
the trouble with lawyers and law-
makers. They do not know that
laws are useless unless they are
the expression and codification of
a pre-existent morality. The law
Is already in the consciousness or
R Is nowhere.
All this is true and universally
true. Nevertheless the tragedy is
again specifically Jewish tragedy.
Members of other minorities in
Poland doubtless suffer lacks,
wants, injustice, indignity. No war
of extermination is declared against
them and none can be. And that
for two reasons. Either, like the
Germans in Posen and West Prus-
sia, they have the moral protec-
tion of a powerful national stavM
across the border or, like the
Hut :icmans. they are attached to the
soil, their soil, their immemorial
soil from which the mass of them'
cannot be driven without a clamor |
from them and from their millions
of fellow-nationals across the bor-'
der in the Ukrainian Republic
which would Indeed fill the world
and give pause even to the Poles.
Only the Jews are defenseless.
Only the Jews. Because only tba
Jews lack the two natural defenses
of human groups: a state of their
own somewhere in the world that
can speak for them and close set
tlement on soil that is their own.
So long 'as Jews remain what may
well be called an interstitial popu-
lation, a population dwelling and
working in the accidental inter-
stices of any given social and eco-
nomic order, they will continue to
be defenseless whenever through
economic contraction or national-
istic re-integration the interstices
close. This is true of Poland. It
may become true of other coun-
tries. I do not say that our people
are not to continue to fight to the
uttermost for their rights in Poland.
1 do not say, God forbid, that world
Jewry and especially American
Jewry is not to support our breth-
ren in Poland to the very limit of
all we have and are. In this spirit
1 salute my dear and honored
friend Sholem Asch on his mission
here in the service of our brethren
In Poland and all those men and
women in America who are co-
operating for the defense and re-
lief of Polish Jewry. But I want
at the same time a hard-headed
facing of realities for the sake of
the entire future of our people.
We need a statenot necessarily
an abstractly sovereign oneand
a soil; we need a polity and a land.
Not otherwise can Jews, not other-
wise can any Jew be safe with even
the poor and precarious safety of
other men of other peoples.
All roads lead to Zion. All events
in Jewish history have one moral.
We must fight upon two fronts.
We must fight for our rights upon
the narrower front of every spe-
cific land that denies them. We
must fight upon a wider fronta
front as wide as the world and as
the whole of the Jewish people
for the reconstruction of a ma-
jority of the Jews In the world upon
our ancestral soil within a polity
of our own. We must apply all
possible palliatives to the suffering
of our people; not for an instant
must we forget its cure. We must
fulfill the doubleness of our his-
toric functions. We must preserve
ourselves as that people, par ex-
cellence, which guards by Its for-
tunes themselves the moral mean-
ing of the historic process.
(Copyright 1937 by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
Church, will be the principal speak-
er at the cultural meeting spon-
sored by all Jewish organizations
of Greater Miami at Temple Israel
next Monday evening. February 24,
at 8 o'clock. Dr. Kuykendal will
speak on "A Jewish Homeland from
the Christian Point of View," and
will bring to the subject a knowl-
edge of many years. He is one of
the most outstanding liberals lu re-
ligion, sympathetic to every faith
and the finest in all culture, and
has been for many years interested
in ethics, justice in human rela
lions and the ethical principles of
historical movements. He is on
the faculty of the iniversity of
Miami and one of the most force
ful speakers In Greater Miami.
Rabbi Colman Zwltman will pre
side. Among the other speaker*
who will bring messages of In*
portance are Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner and Mr.
Harry Zukernlck.
Noted vocal and instrumental art-
ists of this area will be heard in
a musical program during the eve-
ning.
The public is urged to attend, as
this meeting is designed to bring
to their attention matters of the
utmost welfare to their own inter
ests as Jews.
Beth David Congregation will
hold its annual confirmation exer-
cises at the synagogue Sunday eve-
ning. May 23. beginning at 8
o'clock under the direction of Mrs.
Harry Oliphant, instructor of the
Confirmation Class. Participating
In the exercises will be Cantor
Louis Dayman and the Beth David
Choir. The theme of the confir-
mation will be the history, ideals
and principles of Israel. Original
essays on "Israel's Biblical He-
roes," written by the conflrmants,
will be presented during the eve-
ning. The main address will be
delivered by Rabbi Max Shapiro of
the congregation. Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, superintendent of the
Sunday school, will present certifi-
cates to the conflrmants; Mrs. Sol
Rotfort, president of Beth David
Sisterhood, will present Bibles, and
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, in charge
of the Teachers' Training Class,
will present teachers' diplomas
conditioned on certain post gradu-
ate work. Members of the confir-
mation class are: Nanette Cohen.
William Dock. Martin Dubler, Her
beri Fischer. Jack Oilman, Lucille
Cropper. Shirley Jamison, Pearl
Kallsh. Ruth Kendal, Betty Kirsch-
enbaum. Teddy Lazarus, Bobble
Resni'-k. I/eRoy Rubenstein. Gloria
Schneidman. David Seltlin. Bella
Shaft and Murray Zohn. Those
receiving teachers' diplomas are:
Evelyn Auslander. Klysee Bacher,
Josephine Freed, Irving Ginsberg.
Martin Greenberg. Thelmn Kronen-
feld, Shirley Pepper. Esther Pont.
Howard Schwartz, Harold Shapiro,
Julius Sokolow. Adele Sootln and
Miriam Welntraub.
A reception by the parents of the
conflrmants will follow In the Tal-
mud Torah Hall. The public is
extended a cordial invitation to at-
tend.
Jewish News
Around the
World
DE HAAS' DAUGHTER WEDS
KINSMAN OF BRANDEIS
New York (WNS)Florence de
Haas, daughter of Mrs. Jacob de
Haas and the late Jacob de Haas,
Zionist leader and biographer of
Louis D. Brandei8, was married
here to Lewis N. Dembitz, grand-
son of the famous Lewis N. Dem-
bitz of Louisville and kinsman of
Justice Brandeis. Mrs. Dembitz is
a member of the legal staff of the
Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
tion and her husband holds a post
as research assistant with the
board of governors of the Federal
Reserve Board.
LITTAUER GIVES $100,000
TO UNIVERSITY IN EXILE
Shekel Board
Begins Drive
Mr. Harry Zukernlck, chairman
of the Greater Miami Shekel
Board, announces that plans have
been made for the sale of Shekollm
In the Greater Miami area by rep-
resentatives of every Jewish or-
ganization. Efforts will be made
to contact every Jew and Jewess
in this area. The sales must be
made and the declaration which is
an integral and important part
of the campaign must be signed
Anti-Prejudice
Bill Introduced
New York (WNSIA grant of
$100,000 to the University in Exile
toward the $212,000 sustaining
fund being raised to finance the
faculty through the academic year
ending in 1939 has been announced
by the Lucius N. Littauer Founda-
tion Dr. Alvin Johnson, director
of the institution whose faculty Is
comprised of exiles from Germany
and Italy, said that Mr. Littauer
was inspired to make the grant by
the address of Thomas Mann, who
spoke at the university's fourth an-
nual celebration.
JEWISH BIRTHRATE IS
DROPPING FASTER THAN
ANY OTHER PEOPLE'S
Of great interest to Jewry
throughout Florida is the introduc-
tion of House Bill No. 1444 last
week in the Legislature of Florida
by Raymond Sheldon, a young at-
torney from Tampa who Is the rep-
resentative of Hillsborough County
In the Legislature. This bill
would make It unlawful to print or
disseminate literature which would
create or bring about race hatred
in the State of Florida. A similar
bill was introduced recently by
Representative Holt of Dade Coun-
ty, but was defeated In the Judici-
ary Committee. The Florida Fed-
eration of B'nal B'rlth lodges is
actively working to bring about the
passage of this bill and members
of the Tampa lodge have been do-
ing splendid work In Its behalf.
Representative Sheldon is devoting
much time to insure the passage
of this bill.
not later than May 26. Volunteers
to help In this important work are
needed and those interested in
helping this worthy cause are
asked to communicate with Mr.
Zukernick immediately.
New York (WNS)The birth-
rate of the Jewish people is drop-
ping faster than that of any other
people in the world and if the
present trend continues for four or
five decades world Jewry Is threat-
ened with a 8tationery population,
according to findings made by Pro-
fessor Salo W. Baron of Columbia
University in a new three-volume
"Social and Religious History of
the Jews." Intermarriage, birth
control, suicides and the steady
diminution of the commercial class
are the principle factors responsi-
ble for the falling Jewish birth-
rate. Dr. Baron says in warning:
that the Jews are faced with a
greater threat to their survival
than at any time since the First
Exile. "The Jews, who, in the pe-
riod of western expansion, led the
world in numerical increase, now.
In the period of general recession,
show a more retarded growth than
does any other people," the writer
declares. He points out that
France, with a low birthrate of 17
per thousand, has a higher rate
than many a western Jewish com-
munity which can show only 10 or
less.
MASSACHUSETTS 8ENATE
VOTES PROPAGANDA PROBE
Boston (WNS)A special com-
mission to Investigate the activi-
ties of and propaganda for Nazi-
ism. Fascism and Communism in
Massachusetts was authorized In a
bill by the state Senate without
debate.

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Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 2i, lm
The public Is cordially Invited to
attend the gala card party at the
home of Mrs. Hyman Traeger, 753
N. \V 22nd Court, next Sunday eve-
nin. May 2.!. beginning at S o'clock,
for the benefit of the Ladies Aux-
iliary of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation. Prizes will be
awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The
proceeds are used for the Talmud
Torah fund of the organization.
Mrs. Traeger will bo hostess for
the evening.
The annual Cafeteria luncheon
sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will
be held at the Southern Cafeteria
next Monday, May 24, beginning
at 11 a. in. and lasting until 2
p. m. o'clock. The public is urged
to attend, as the proceeds will be
used for the relief work of the or-
ganization. Following the luncheon
there will be a general meeting of
the entire membership, when the
reading of the proposed revised by-
laws will be held. The public is
Invited to attend.

The annual Sunday school and
Talmud Torah picnic of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held on Sunday, May 23. All
pupils are asked to meet promptly
at 9 o'clock Sunday morning at the
synagogue, from where they will be
given transportation to the picnic
grounds at Hollywood. The pupils
was her sisters only attendant.
Harry Shoplro attended his brother
as best man. A reception followed
the ceremony, and the bridal couple
left on a motor trip to Cypress
Gardens, S. C; Washington, D. C:
New York and Canada, and on re-
turning will reside in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Shopiro, a native of Talla-
hassee, ,s the daughter of Mrs. Al-
fred M. Wahnish and the late Mr.
Wahnlsh of that city. She is a
graduate of Florida State College
for Women, where she was a mem-
ber of Phi Kappa Phi, Spanish hon-
orary sorority, and Helta Phi Epsi-
lon sorority, of which she was pres-
ident and has served as president
of all Southern chapters for sev-
eral years, fihe is editor of the
national magazine of Delta Phil
Kpsilon.
Mr. Shoplro, youngest son of
Mrs. Louis Shopiro and the late
Mr. Shopiro of Miami Beach, at-
tended Washington and Lee di-
versity and was graduated from the
law school at the University of
Florida. He is a member of Tau
Epsllon Phi fraternity, of which he
was president during his senior
year. He is a member of the firm
of Coastal Wiper Supply Company,
his trip through the state. Mr.
Jacobs made plans for the Florida
Federation of B'nal B'rith Lodges
Convention in Tampa on July 4 and
and 5. Monday evening Mr. Jacobs
was the guest of honor at dinner
tendered by the officers of the
Miami Lodge at the Palatial
Kosher Restaurant. During his
visit in Miami he spent some time
with his father. Mr. A. Jacobs, and
sister, Mrs. William Cleln.

Closing exercises for Beth David
Sunday school will he held next
Sunday morning, May 23, at 10
o'clock at Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall. During the exercises
prizes will be awarded to honor
students for scholastic attainments
during the past term. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will be in charge and will
be assisted by members of the
faculty.
will bo served goodies provided by
the Ladies Auxiliary of the congre- j Inc., here.
Ration. Rabbi Abraham Kellner ?
and the members of the Sunday The man) friends of Mr, Mitchell
school faculty will be assisted by Wolfson of this city will be clad
a committee of the Ladies Aux- to learn thai be is doing nicely
illary. Games, .swimming and other after a ser oug operation performed
athletic contests will be enj yed five days ago by his brother, Dr.
William !. Wolfson, In Brooklyn
Ho pltal. His gall bladder and ap-
pendix were removed. Mr, Mitchell
W Ifson is a native of Key West,
Fla., and came to Mlam In 1917
with his parents. Mi. and Mrs.
Louis Wolfson. Mr. Wolfson i- also
part owner of Wometco Theatres.
by the children and prizes will be
provided for the winners of eacl
out. -t. Mrs. Nathan Adelinan,
Mrs. Moe Pallot, Mrs. -i L. Shot > I
and Mi i: 11 e\ U b are in charge
in arrangements,

Miss Cecilia Blanch Wahnish be-
cat the hide of Joseph Gerald]
Shopiro of Miami Reach last Sun-
day at tin home of her mother,
Mrs Alfred m. Wahnish, in Talla-
hassee, Pla. Rabbi Edmund A.
Landau of Albany, (la., officiated
Mrs. Asher Frank, accompanied by
Mrs. Leo Gelbet g, sang.
The bride was given in marriage
by her brother. Samuel Alfred
Wahnish. Miss Melvyne Wahnish
All members of the Zionist Dis-
trict are urged to he present at the
cultural meeting sponsored by all
Miami Jewish organizations on
Monday evening. May 24. at Tem-
ple Israel beginning at g o'clock.
Immediately preceding the meeting
a report of the nominating commit-
More than five hundred residents
and visitors attended the reception
tendered by Temple Israel Sister-
hood last Friday evening at Kap-
lan Hall on the occasion of the
birthday anniversary of Rabbi Col-
man Zwitman. Rabbi Zwitman was
the recipient of many congratula-
tory messages and was presented
with gifts from Temple Israel Sis-
terhood, Temple Israel Hebrew
Class, which the rabbi conducts.
and from Temple Israel Choir,
which Rabbi Zwitman has recently
been training.

The second institute of Human
Relations sponsored by the South-
ern Area Committee of the Na-
tional Conference of Jews and
Christians will be held at the Uni-
versity of North Carolina in Chapel
Hill. N. C, beginning on June 2S
and lasting until July 2. Among
those who will take an active part
In the program are Prof. James
Hlghsaw, Father Leo Frieison.
Rabbi William Greenberg, Rabbi
Lawrence A. Block. Prof. Paul
Green, Hon. Carl Milliken. former
governor of Maine; Rabbi Edward
L. Israel, Dr. M.. Ashby Jones,
Bethelehem, Pa. He was the pro-
prietor of the Miami Bookbinding
Company. He leaves the widow,
Mrs. Mary Silverstein; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Joseph Schalfer, Mrs.
Sam Rubenstein and Mrs. Max
Pepper; a sou. Meyer Silverstein;
a brother, Isadore Silverstein. and
seven grandchildren, all of Miami.
Funeral services were conducted at
the Carter and Wixsom Funeral
Home Wednesday afternoon with
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David,
of which the deceased was a mem-
ber, officiating. Burial was at
W'oodlawn Cemetery.
Mrs. Ralph Neufeld. re-elected
president of the Council of Jew-
ish Women, announced the follow-
ing selection of chairmen for the
coming year at the installation
luncheon Friday at the Strath
Haven Hotel:
Membership, Mrs. Harry Marcus
and Mrs. Harry Barnhard: ways
and means. Mrs. Anna Cohen; Im-
migration, Mrs. Morris Duhler and
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose; peace, Mrs.
Harry Barnhard; publicity. Mrs.
Jack Simon; scholarship, Mrs. Ben-
jamin I.e Vine; legislative. Mrs.
Ann Mankes; parliamentarian, Mrs.
Jake Brown: religious, Mrs. Isldor
Cohen and .Mrs \|,e Rubin; cul-
tural. Mrs. Milton Travels; pro
gram. Mrs. Hani"! Cromer; visit-
ing. Mrs. Elry Stone and Mrs. Libby
London; Junloi sponsor, Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers; hospitality, Mrs
Brown and Mrs Joseph Lie-
bergoll; telephone, Mrs. El on a
Brown; happy day. Mrs. Harry
Magid; emergency, Mrs. Roland
Granat; contact, Mis. Max Pepper;
arbitration, Mrs. i. Wohl and Mrs,
M. Ghertler; social, Mrs. J. Bar-
hash and Mrs. Sam Blank; publli
welfare, Mrs. Sam Baylinson; his-
torian; Mrs. Sam Silverstein;
transportation, Mrs. Morris Alpert.
rldo of New York City. Tlie mar-
rlage will take place at 2:3y D" ,
June 6 at the home of the bride's
parents.
The bride-elect, who came to m,
ami from Savannah, was graduated
from Miami Senior High School
and attended the University 0f Mi.
ami. She Is a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society and of Rno
Beta Omicron, honorary public
speaking fraterynlty. She tu,
taken an active part in Junior Ha-
dassah, serving as vice president
and cultural chairman during the
past year.
Mr. Querido, native or New York
City, has made his home in Miami
for the past year, and is associated
with the June Dairy Products
Company.
*
Mrs. Margaret Seligman an-
nounces the engagement of her
daughter, Miss Jeanette Seligman,
to Edward Roth, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis R. Roth. The marriage
will take place In September.
Miss Seligman was graduated
from Miami High School. She is
an active member of Junior Ha-
dassah.
Mr. Roth was graduated from the
t'nlversity of Miami in the class of
1935. He is associated with his
father in business.

At the services Saturday morn-
ing, May 22. at Beth David Syna-
gogue Harold Rothleln, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rothleln, and
Murray Sanders, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Sanders, will become
Bar Mitzva. The boys will recite
the usual blessings and read the
Haftoro, following which they
will speak briefly. Rabbi Shapiro
Will deliver a sermon. Cantor
Louis I layman will chant the B. n
ins a reception to the friends
of the family and the worshipi
will follow the services and will be
held in the Talmud Torafi Hall.
tee of the croat.r Miami Zionist Rabbi Sidney Lefkowitz. Mr. George
Mr and Mrs. Isaac Lasky an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Pauline to Irving Que-
rido, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Quo-
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gales to the conference to be held
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elected.

Mr. and Mrs, II. li. Miller of 1130
s. W. Fifth street announce t ie
engagement of their daughter,
Miss Sylvia, to Mr. Arthur Pine,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fine
of Cincinnati. Ohio. The weddiug
will take place on June 15.

Mr. Hyman S. Jacobs of Atlanta,
Ga., president of District Grand
Lodge No. 5 of B'nal B'rith, spent
several days in Miami following a
trip through Florida, where he was
the guest of the Jacksonville. Day-
tona Beach. Orlando, St. Peters-
burg and Tampa Lodges. During
V. Denny. Jr., director of the Town |
Hall; Dr. Guy E. Suavely, presi-1
dent of the Birmingham Southern
College. Dr. Prank Graham, presi-
dent of the University of North
Carolina, will preside. Among
those who will attend and partici-
pate in the discussions is Rabbi Dr.
Jacob II. Kaplan of Temple Israel.

Mr. Abraham Rechtman. noted
Yiddish journalist and man of let-
ters, arrived here last week to
make his permanent home.
a
Jacob Silverstein. 64. of 11 S. W.
Seventh street, died Tuesday night
at his home after a long illness.
He came here 12 years ago from
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BERNARD MORGENSTERN
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Entered as lerond cla>f> matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office at Miami. Florida,
under the Art of March 3, 1878.
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN
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WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
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ORLANDO TAMPA MRS. B. J. COHEN MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative Representative
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FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1937 Vol. 10 No. 21
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A Lack of Self-Respect
"There is nothing more degrading than the lack of self-
respect" is an axiom that cannot be gainsaid. And too often is
this true in these modern days of our own people, those of the
Jewish faith.
The Catholic child trained in the faith of his fathers never
apologizes for his holidays ... he is proud of them the
Protestant child, when properly trained, looks one squarely in
the face when the observance of a church holiday occurs. If he
must be absent from school because of such a religious observ-
ance on his part, he so advises his school teacher or principal,
and with head erect observes his religious duties, even though
absence from school is required.
Why it is that only Jewish children are afraid to observe
their own religious holidays, we are at a loss to understand.
Why it is that Jewish parents insist that their children go to
school and take their examinations on Jewish holidays is be-
yond our knowledge. Certainly it is not because of the Dade
County school authorities, whose co-operation in all such mat-
ters has been beyond reproach. And well may it be said of these
school authorities that they are only too happy to aid those
Jewish children who want to follow the faith of their parents.
Examinations are gladly postponed and held on days other than
Jewish holidays for those children who request them.
Cannot these children be made to realize, cannot their
parents be taught that they are only heaping contumely and
shame upon their own heads? Cannot they be made to under-
stand that instead of earning the respect of their non-Jewish
associates they are being made ridiculous in the eyes of non-
Jews? Will they not understand that a lack of self-respect
brings a lack of respect from others. Cannot the lesson of Ger-
many, of all Mah Yoffis Jews, be realized?
Lord Melchett Here To Spur Palestine Fund Drive
The Rt. Hon. Lord and Lady Melchett of Eng'and arrived here last week aboard the S.S. West-
ern Prince following an extended tour of South America. Lord Melchett, who is one of the foremost
industrialists and younger statesmen of Great Britain, has come here in the interests of the United
Palestine Appeal, the $4,500,000 nation wide campaign for the settlement in Palestine of large numbers
of Jews of Poland, Germany and other lands. This picture shows Lord and Lady Melchett as they
were greeted by notables who came aboard at Quarantine for a special U. S. Coast Guard cutter as-
signed to the welcoming committee. In the group are, left to right: Dr. Stephen S. Wise, national
chairman of the United Palestine Appeal; Lord and Lady Melchett and Deputy Commissioner Harold
Fowler, who represented Mayor F. H. La Guardia.
OTZiamL
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
According to the arranged Bched- the Royal Commission will also in-
jle, several Friday night games ciude |n jts re,,ort the recommenda-
were to have been played, but Nat t|on Q, Hjgh Comnllssioner Wau.
ISlumbeig, representing the Y. M. ,
, .. ,.,.. chope to limit Jewish immigration
!l. a., contacted the officials, whoi
promised that no games will be t0 10-000 annually, to curtail Jew-
played by the Y. M. H. A. on Fri
day night.
A Call To Our People
There resounds throughout this entire area a call to the
Jewish people to attend a meeting sponsored by all the Jewish
organizations of Greater Miami. Jews are a curious people.
The mere fact that all Jewish organizations in Greater Miami
have united should arouse sufficient curiosity on the part of
ail to compel attendance.
Will the Jews of Greater Miami respond to this call? Will
they show that things Jewish mean nothing to them, or will
they, following the examples of their forefathers, respond in the
traditional manner 'Naaseh v-nishma," "we will do and we
will hear?" Will they tell the world by their actions that the
Jews of Greater Miami are vitally interested in what is going
on about them, or will they by their negligence show their dis-
regard of Jews and Judaism?
Will the Jews of Greater Miami face the issues now con-
fronting them as real Jews, as American Jews with heads erect,
squarely looking the future in the face, or will they by their
neglect ignore these facts as did our German brethren who
awoke only too late?
Too much cannot be said much must be done ... our
rabbis, our lay leaders cannot do everything ... it is the Jewish
masses who must respond whenever the call is made.
What will you do?
Y. M. H. A. Defeats Shriners
The Bhrlne Diamond-Ball Club,
last year's champions, and the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
opened the Civic League season
last Monday at Moore Park With
the "Y" triumphing over the
champs by a score of 5 to 1.
Hy Sacks, outstanding hurler for
the "Y," limited the Shriners to
four hits, while his mates garnered
six oir tbe delivery of Art Welland.
Leo Llpowsky, star center fielder,
connected with a home-run drive
on Bernle Prank and Ralph Gross
man to clinch victory. Nat Blu n-
berg, veteran firs) baseman, re-
ceived two Of the six hits made b)
the -V" to start the season off In
tiptop fashion. The acquisition 01
Aaron Weinkle as manager has
shown its effect, with the boy
playing inspired ball.
Ernie Beiler, recreation director
Of Miami, announced that in addl
tion to the Shrine and Y. M. H. A.
the league will he composed ol
Brotherhood of Railway clerks.
Miami Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, Police-Firemen, Post Office,
Woodmen of the World, and the
Marine A. C. Each team will be
permitted to carry 18 players, but
only 15 of them may be active. All
players must be members of the
organization they represent. The
age limit was set at 25 years, and
no team may put more than five
players on the field under 25 years
of age.
The league will not have a split
season, hut at the end of the regu-
lation schedule, the second, third
and fourth-place clubs will meet in
a round robin series, the winner to
play the team which finished in
first place for the league cham-
pionship.
ish land purchasers and to estab-
lish a legislative council, accord-
ing to reports from reliable
Y. M. H. A. To Sponsor Dance gources Both plans will be pro-
On Memorial Uay. Sunday. May posed |n ,he commissions reporti
30, a dance and frolic will be held ,eaving (he Jewg tre alternatIVO
at the beautiful Merry Go Round, of gelectlllg the least obJet-tionable
8700 Blscayne Boulevard. Mr. lack one
Alonzo, proprietor of the Merry Go _______________
Round, promised Nat Blumbergl
and Aaron Weinkle. co-chairmen. CAPITAL OF TEL AVIV PORT
that all tickets sold by the mem- now more than doubled
bers Of the team would be honored j ______
gratis at the. gate. This means Tel Aviv (WNS.Palcor Agency-
thai If you would like to help this Af{er hear|ng ., .,.,,,., Ull, ,....
fund to purchase your tickets In re8SJ in ,he al,.Jew.sh port of Tel
advance from any member of the Avlv wni(ll nas oxceeded tllc vx.
team or from Harry Smart, care pectatlona of its most enthusiastic
laker of the "Y." Admission is 15 liU11|lorterai 7oo shareholders at-
cents with entire proceeds going tending a general meeting of the
tor diamond-ball equlpmenl only. PalesUnc Marine Trust voted to
Let us ail get behind these boys im.rease ,0 ,..,,,. of tne (.()ipo.
and give them the support they de- fl.nm l00000 to o.-.u.ooo
serve. pounds. The new funds will be
used for the extension of the port.
The Y. W. 11. A. held their nomi-
nations last Tuesday, May 18, with
ried Hoofien, managing di-
rector of the Anglo-Palestine Bank
the nominating committee select- and head of the Marine Trust, who
|ng the following candidates: | presided at the meeting, de. lared
Por pn, idem, Mrs. Marlon Shin- tha| ,, : hi, ,,,,, (:, ,,, ,,
dell and Ida Knglor: vice presl- ,,., 0|,n.ip. ,, expectation8
dent. Rosalynd Preldman and Mrs. ^ gaye ^ ^^ ^ bel|ev_
iris .Slumber*; secretary, Janet .^ (hat ^ .,-,., Ay|v ^^
Karasik and Mrs. s. shenkman: become one of the greatest achieve-
corresponding secretary. Alberta ments of the Jewish communi-v in
Tannenbaum and Eleanor Rubin; PaIest,ne
treasurer, Clarice Shier and Mrs.
Catherine Morris.
Elections will he held next Tues-
day, May 25. Refreshments will
be served.
Thanks to Charlie Serkin and
Harry Smart for donating the
beautiful Wilton Rug to the "Y."
DEMAND DISMISSAL OF
EXCHANGE STUDENTS
New York (WNS) Immediate
dismissal from the classrooms of
Cleveland's public schools of the
100 German boys and girls sent
there on an exchange arrangement
is demanded of Mayor Harold H.
Burton of Cleveland in a telegram
COMMISSION TO PROPOSE
CURB ON IMMIGRATION
AND LAND PURCHASES from tne Non Sectarian Anti-Nazi
______ League. Moving to prevent school
London (WNS)- To exert press-
ure on the Jews not to reject the
proposed partition plan which
authorities in all parts of the coun-
try from entering into similar ex-
change plans, the league charged
that the German youths enrolled
would divide Palestine into inde- m the Cleveland schools are agents
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V
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Tampa Notes
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cates 400 for this purpose, leaving
;;->'> Eastern Europe was a project antl-Fascists Moose to depict Hit-! rived from London. If the Princes
"Palestine Is ..... sentiment.. Scan ivernS M ?--" ^^^'^ *?-* Bc,ud,n Culture. Indus-
ment can or will do, could claim vast areasol lUte land
r nor a wild ideal." be ..Id. about it T......aathereplym.de which wen
ne I. the only reasonable I i Mexican foreign office In of the Sultan.
i Amelia Lubetzky, daughter
or Air. and Mrs. 1. K. Lubetzky.
Mitchell J. Kasriel, son ol M
Mrs. Joseph Kasriel, were married and Practical solution of tl (using to apologise to German
at the To.,,pi.. Rodoi by 1":" '" Jew. of Europe." and Italy fo alleged insults to the
ibbl Adolpb Burger on .May 12. Lord Melchett, noted BriUsh In- beads of their governments by gro- JEWISH AGENCY "ejects
The young couple left immediatel) *riallst and in, has come tesque statues that appear, I in tl immigration schedule
erthe wedding for a trip to varl- '" ,hi- country to aid In the earn- workers' Maj Day parade here.
points ot interest on the East 'he United Palestine Ap- ----------------------- Jei isalem (WNS)The I
l,t !"" ,he Sl"n of M.600,...... former eastsider is Agencj tor has rejected
--------- ettiemenl In Palestine o( knighted by king the gram ot :; labor Immlgra
Confirmation exercises were held : mbers of Jews ot Central -------- rtlflcatea for the tour-month
1,1 lolom on Sun- Bnd Eastern Europe, New Fork (WNS) New York's Period ending July, In an ui
>'; P" Melchett denounced ten- B has taken a belated in- dented action that followed nnani-
were the conflrmants: Milli. K< M in the coronation ot King "~ comment among the Jewish
ler, Esta Argintar Kathrim Wohl, mltation gi \i following the discover] community thai the Bchedul
Ice [chill, Helen Peretzman, lng thal tn' '- was a "gri ol own, Louis Step Inadeq
Edith Blozory, Walte Weber and eo- ling, head ot the Electrical & Mu- needs al tins time. In anm
ie Dayan. Roy E. Jenkin That destiny scribed as slcal Indusl les, Ltd., ol England, "'" '< had decided not to
the choir provided the musii and a new wl a born on Orchard street 'he Bmall chi eral la-
David Stein, president oil on to the d world 18 years ago, was a ong those '""' Immigration, th<
made the presentation o:
certificates; Mrs. I. Liebmann, re-
tiring president ot the Ladl A is
iliary, presented the confirmanta
with Bibles, and Mrs. Rose Segall,
newly elected presldi
the teachers of the Sunday school
and the members ot the choir with
gilts. A reception later followed
in the vestry rooms.
Y. M. H. A.
The picnic which is to be held
at Temple Terrace on Sunday.
May l'.'S. promises to be the be.-t
ever held. A host of girls, women,
bi ya and men are working on the
various committees whii h are ar-
ranging athletic and aquatic sports
for the several age groups and
many Interesting games for the
children. A diamond-ball game has
been arranged between St. Peters-
burg and Tampa, also between the
Juniors and the Seniors. The
aquatic events will include fancy
diving by Margaret Reinhold,
living by Marlon Bostaln, m
by Roy E. Jenkins, Richard M.
ling ol Palest ne knighted by thi King In the core- thai it would i
'ewlsh National ii ation honors. Son of Russian- only thai number specifically ear
try, building transport and public
' us i. d icing the
: the labor
i Jewish Agency re rel I
aedule
It i abb to ind<
strlbutlon of th a tlnj
mong all the o cupatli
Palestine. Forty-odd Immlgi
i ount les of the Diaspora will re-
sist with the utmost determln I
ui tlon of the allya I
ilons. W. feel Bure that
world Jewry will BU| j
ih Agem y In Its it ind, shi
I
pie In thle fateful hour, and will
I the harsh i
inherent in the schedule now
fixed."
'"' '< is one of the out- Jewish Immigrants, sterling went marked for colonization and train-
; leaders in the movement to England In 1909 as European In* of German Jews. The German-
representative Of an American Jewish certificates were granted
phonograph Arm. The company he the basis of a financial allot-
lor the upbuilding of Pah-Hue bo
that It may admit a maximum num-
POLICE AND G-MAN GUARD
DINERS OF ESSAY CONTEST
New Vork (WNS)Letters i
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her of Jews now suffering from op now heads dominates the European ment made by the Council for Ger- ,!"
pression In Poland. Germany and field in radio and phonographs man Jews headed by Sir Herbert "s":" ",:" twy wou,d shor,1>"
other countries. As chairman of The Grand Street Boys Association, Samuel. In explanation of the rea- 7\"V ^ashiinK,on "'
the Council of the Jewish Agency uf which Sir Louis is a member, wns for its stand. ,ho executive Is- f Ul POlltlC"
'.,,-h >n offices were sent to all members
sued e ,. w,nB statement: f ,,. rnir(1 guU)a senate, It ..
rhe Jewish Agency Executive dl8cl08ed by ,, hm g wu
f to pubic.se the tlit: of 0pmIon M^aziMP. h, M
ni-:, commissioners decision fix- ,,
inn ,, <> ,i, i address al a d nner at which prizea
ing at 620 the Jewish labor sched- ,.r,.a .,ij .,
.,,.,., ,. werfl awarded to the winners of
for Palestine, the body recognized waa particularly excited ami tent
as the supreme Jewish author tj
In the rebuilding of Palestine, he
baa losely followed the inquiry ol
the Royal Commission and
developments pertaining to tin
Jewish position in the count y,
In a dramatic idea for united sup-
port on the part of all Jews in
America in the face of the present
situation. Lord Melchett issued a
warning in which he pointed out
that the Jews of the world cannot
permit it to be said that "In return-
inn to their historic homeland the
.hws I110t difficulties and ran
away."
"We have gone much too far to
turn back. We must triumph. Wo
lm a cable of congratulations,
SCIENTIST PERFECTS
CURE FOR INSANITY
ule at the disposal of the Jewish
Agem y tor four months. The Ji ar-
ista Agency Executive feels com-
pelled to voice a strong protest
against a decision which drastically
Opinion'-- essay contest on how to
combat antiSemtism in America.
against Dr. Helmuth C.
Engelbrecht, Christian writer, who
won first prise, led to the guarding
Of the dinner by an agent ct th';
Pittsburgh l WNS)The revolu-
tionary discovery that shocks
brought on by large doses of in-
sulin can cure hopelessly insane
persons was explained to the an- "fects Jewish labor Immigration,
nual meeting of the American ^cing it to insignfcanl proper- ,'',.,,',:;,,
Psychiatric Association by profes-j "onsin glaring contrast to the
-or Manfred Sakel, famous Vienna ''"migration needs of the Diaspora
psychiatrist, who developed the : ancl t,le Je"'s" ,a,'nr requirements
new insulin treatment in the same ": Palestine. The Jewish Agency
University of Vienna clinic where J'PI>liocl for 11,850 certificates,
Sigmund Freud perfected his the- ,'^"1 "n investigation In p^e'winneH
ory of psychoanalysis. Mailed as WMCh a government representative j.-.,..].,,,, d
and two plainclothes men of the
New York City police. Other
speakers were Dr. Engelbrecht,
Kahhis Joshua Trachtenberg and
Victor Eppstein, second and third
Clewls, Jr., Sonny Ennis. Dwlght cannot faU tor I not only of one of the most Important develop Participated. The government In- l^Z' ChriattaiTis*lvuTr "nj"
_, .. i..,.- ir, n..i--.. k..< .......... ....... ............, .. ..., .......... i Retsner. in.
ii hard. Beverly (urn-, w all
Harrison, Bill Howlngton, '
Hunt. Frances Keating, Eleanor
Morrison. Ren N Smrys Sliep-
pard, Petty Stone and Dot Talbot.
gainst
Ft. Lauderdale
Al a meeting held last Tui
night at the Shrine Hall in Ft. Lau-
derdale members of the newly
formed synagogue, with Abo New-
man presiding, formally adopted
the name of Lauderdale Hebrew
Congregation.
Mrs. Ruth Nankin was elected
Secretary to Succeed Mrs. Bundle.
n ilgned. A rising vote of appre-
ciation was extended Milton A.
Friedman, attorney of Miami.
his aid In organising the congrega-
tion. A business meeting will In-
held Tuesday, June 1, at the S I in.
Hall, at which time by-laws adopted
by the board of directors at a meet-
ing held last Tuesday at the home
Of Mr. and Mrs. Reis will be sub-
mitted to the congregation for ap-
proval.
In urging greater support for thi praecox. Medical authorities be- ,ivi,y Principle. But the agency
I, Lord Mel- lieve that the Sakel discovery regards the practice as a complete
chett said the Jews "cannot expect opena the way for further dlscov- negation of the principle,
the non-Jewish world to fight our ,.,.,, wn|cn m i,,.|(1 t() ,.,.,.. |(r: -The method subdividing the
battles for us."
KING PLEDGES ROUMANIA
CHALLENGE HUNGARIAN
MAYOR TO 100 DUELS
i H NSi Mayor Andor
neuroses and manic -depression.
WILL HAVE NO POGROMS MILLIONS OF DUNAMS
AFFECTED IN SUIT
Bucharest (WNS) Roumania
will have neither pogroms nor civil
war. King Carol assured B|
Bucharest correspondent ol the
Paris Soir, organ of the French
Popular Front, who had told him
Of the fear of the Jewish and
cratic population of Roumania that
anti-Semitic agitation might lead to
pogroms. Tiie King affirmed thai
his government had taken all
such forms of Insanity as hysteria, "chedule accentuates ta unfair Palffyi of Szeged, who recently re-
T i Jewish Agency appiica- to change street names In
tion contained an Item ot 700 tot liia town to those of anti-Semitic
[017 of immigrants leaders, has been challenged by 100
who could be absorbed in existing met [ the Nail Arrow and
agricultural settlements and train- Cross Society to fight as many
nters With funds specifically duels. Mayor Palffyi haa Indii
provided by the Central British thai the whole business Is too silly
Council. This was not part ot bul or ser IderaOon, and that
additional to the labor require-1 he will probably refuse to a
ments. The present grant allo-1 the challenges.
BY SULTANS HEIRS
J. rusalem i WNS I a test case
of far-reaching importance thai in-
volves millions of dunams land in
Palestine and surrounding coun-
tries which has brought to Jerusa-
lem a special legal advisor sent
from London by the British For
eign Office will get undei was
when the court begins hearing evi-
necessary measures to safeguard denca ,n ,he BUlt OI the heirg of
peai e and order in his country.
Jewish News
Around the
World
MELCHETT SAYS PALESTINE
ONLY PRACTICAL SOLUTION
OF THE JEWISH PROBLEM
Declaring that settlement in Pal-
estine Is the only practical and rea-
sonable solution to the Jewish prob-
lem in Poland, Germany and other
lands, the Rt. Hon. Lord Melchett
of England, who arrived last week
following an extended tour of South
America, told a group of prominent
Jewish business men and profes-
sional leaders that rescuing the
Jews from oppression In Central
Sultan Abdul Hamid of Turkey tor
property which they claim Is theirs.
The heirs of the late Suit: :i. said
to comprise 21, are represented by
Prince Mohammed Sellm, eldest
son of the former Turkish ruler,
who has brought suit against the
Palestine government for restric-
tion of 4,500 dunams of land in a
village near Jaffa.
The Prince, who is represented
by M. Welnshall, claims title to
former Turkish crown lands which
the Young Turks' government na-
tionalized before the war. On the
MOVES TOWARD UNITY
Paris (WNS)The wide gap
separating the Consistoire, official
representative body of native-born
French Jews, and the Federation
of Jewish Societies in France, rep-
resenting immigrant Jews, was
narrowed at the second annual na-
tional conference of the federation
when spokesmen for the Consis-
toire, the ICA and the HICEM ad-
dressed the meeting. Rabbi M.
Liber, speaking for the Consistoire.' outcome of this test case depends
emphasized the urgency of closer j the ownership of millions of dunams
relations between the two sections ; of land in Palestine, Syria and
of French Jewry, but warned the j Iraq and includes the Mosul oil
federation against taking any po-. fields. The peculiar nature of the
litlcal stand lest it hinder unifica-1 case and Its widespread implica-
tion. Unity was also fostered by \ tions have brought to the Jerusa- i ]
the fact that Baron Robert de lem court house an imposing ar-! |
Rothschild, president of the Con-' ray of legal talent headed by At-
sistoire. Joined the federation. torney General Randolph Copland
----------------------- of Palestine and the attorney gen-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Society
Several hundred enthusiastic
members attended the nomination
meeting lor officers of the Y. M.
II. A. last Wdnesday night at the
"Y" clubrooms, Mr. At. Rosenfeldi
president of tlie Y," presided dur-
ing the brief business meeting, dur-
ing Which the following were nomi-
nated for tlie coming year: Presi-
dent, E. Albert Paliot, unanimous;
vice presidents. Frank Hose, Mil-
ton Friedman and Jack Apte; sec-
retary, Manny Teltler, Pete Silver-
man and Al. Reisman; treasurer.
Nat lilumherg and Hairy Schuartz.
Directors for a three-year term for
E. ALBERT PALLOT
two vacancies, Al. Rosenfeld, Bar-
ney Drevich, Arthur Blatt, Frank
Rose. L. Paliot. A. Haimes, Al. Liech-
tenstein. Jack Apte, Leo Robinson,
Lou Safer, Milton Friedman, Ber-
nard Selevan and Lou Safan. For
two vacancies for a two-year term:
I.on Safan, Barney Drevich, Frank
Rose. A. Haimes. Bernard Selevan,
Al. Berkowltz, Arthur Blatt. Oscar
Argintar, Harry Schwartz, Pete
Silverman, Al. Rosenfeld, George
Reichgott, Nat Blumherg, Leo Rob-'
Inson, Jack Apte and Dave Brown.
For i: ncies for a one-yeai
term: A. Haimes, B. Drevich, A.
an, ll. Hohauser, Joe Siegel.
Heri an Barnett, Frank Rose, Pete
Silverman. Arthur Selevan, Abe
Weine l Blatt. Harry Qor-
Selevan, George
gott, Lou Safer, Jack Apte.
Jack Paliot and Harry Rose. The
h< Id on Wt dnesday
evening, June at the "Y."
e business mi
an appeal for funds for the "Y"
building which was purchased lasl
le by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and 'l by E. Albei t
Paliot, newly elo. ted pres I
who l ppeal. P
for Idlng fund U
. A (linn r was served to
all pre ent thi
of Mr er of the
i d.
*
Mrs M. Kaler announces the en-
ient ami approaching mar-
riage of her Bister, Miss Joy Pol-
lock of Trenton. N. J.. to William
H. Weiss of Philadelphia. The
wedding will take place at 3 p. m.
next Sunday at Mrs. Kaler's home.
390 S. W. 22nd Road.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lefkoe of
Miami Beach are receiving con-
gratulations on the birth of a son
May 17 at the St. Francis Hospital.
Mother and baby are doing nicely.

Beth David Congregation will
give its annual Sunday school and
Talmud Torah picnic on Sunday,
May :!0. Full details will appear in
our next issue.

That religious tolerance can pre-
vail was the gist of the address of
Dr. Elisha A. King to the mem-
bers of the American Youth Forum
last Monday evening at the Edison
Hotel, Miami Beach. The organi-
zation solicits membership of all
creeds who subscribe to the prin-
ciples of peace, progress and de-
i.....racy. The next regular meet-
Ing will be held next Monday niglit
ai the Edison Hotel, beginning at
s: ::n o'clock.

Mr. Al. Zalka is a patient at the
Jackson Memorial Hospital.

The marriage of Miss Roslyn E.
Magazis. daughter of Mr. and Mis.
(). Magazis of Jacksonville, and Mr.
Philip J. Breman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward J. Breman of Coral
Gables, will take place on Sunday
in Jacksonville. The bridegroom-
elect is a graduate of the School
of Engineering at the I'niversity
of Florida and a member of Phi
Beta Delta fraternity. The couple
will reside in Jacksonville, where
Mr. Breman is connected with the
Fligldaire company.
*
Mrs. Clara Heches. 7, of 1658
S. W. Seventh street, died Wednes-
day night in a Miami hospital
after a long illness. A native of
Poland, she came here 12 years
ago. She leaves the husband,
Louis Reches; three daughters,
Miss Doris Reches of Miami. Mrs.
Miriam Krebs of Newark. N. J.. and
Mrs. Katie Karp of Wilmington,
Del. Funeral services were con-
ducted Thursday at the Carter &
Wixsom Funeral Home chapel by
Rabbi Abraham Kellner of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion. Burial was in Woodlawn
Park Cemetery.
*
At a meeting of the Civic League
oi Mia til Beai h held at the Louis'
Patio last Tuesday the following
were nominated for the coming
year: Piesident. Carl Gardner;
vice president. Stanley J,
secretary. Dr. Leonard Finn; treas-
urer, Herman Barnett. To fill
three vacancies on the bos
directors: Jack Wechsler, Stanlej
Ilod.s. Sidney Weiss. Harry Sll
and Shep Swede.
The election will be held on |
Tin -day evening, June 1.

Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will
oiih iaie at the marriage cei i
uniting Miss Pearl Roberts, daugl
tei of Mi's. Mary Roberts, to a:.
Reisman, son of Mr. and Mr-. E.
M. Reisman of this city, on Sunday
evening, June 6, Tlie affa r will he
held on Sunday evening, Juni
the Young Mens Hebrew Assocla
l mii building and will be the first
n edding evei bold i u re. Mi. Reis-
man is one of the active members
and scretary Of the "Y." Mr. Max
n. .' biothei of
will he best man; Mrs. Max !; It
man will lie matron I : Mlse
Ms orii i -!-' r of tse
}. ide, maid of honor. Other at-
tendants will be the Misses Ballye
Berlin, Ruth in vl Marlon Krie-
i ti I an, Peti Silve -
man. Arthur R. isman and A V.
Reisman. cantor Boris Schlach-
man will assist Rabbi Kellner in
the ceremonies. Following the
c remony there will he a reception.
after which the couple will leave
for a short honeymoon trip.

Miss Ruth Davis and Miss Muriel
Marshall entertained at a miscel-
laneous shower last Wednesday
night at the home of Mrs. Louis
Paliot in honor of Miss Natalie
Paliot. whose marriage will be an
event of next month. Games were
j laved, and during the evening a
buffet luncheon was served. Prizes
for high score were won by Anita
Bernstein. Ida Engler, Mrs. E.
Mayers and Mrs. Tillle Silver. The
guest of honor was the recipient
of many beautiful gifts. Among
the guests present were: Mesdames
Friday, May 21, 19:17
Plans are being formulated for
the annual B'nai Brith picnic to
be held Sunday, June 20, at Fort
Lauderdale. The Palm Beach
Lodge will attend, as will members
of the newly formed Lauderdale
Hebrew Congregation. Athletic-
games and special competition be-
tween Sholem Lodge of Miami and
Palm Beach Lodge, featuring a tug
of war, will compose the entertain-
ment. Prizes will be awarded the
winners of athletic events. Re-
freshments will be served. Mr.
William Friedman is in charge of
arrangements, assisted by Milton
A. Friedman, E. Albert Paliot and
J. Aron Abbot..
Take your dearest friend to your
well-stocked preserve closet and
tell her to choose one jar for her-
self. Nine times out of ten she
will cuddle a jar of strawberry pre-
serves under her arm without
hesitancy.
No matter how many straw-
berries we put up, (wild or cul-
tivated) we never have enough.
Long before the next canning
season arrives, we find ourselves
hdding "strawberries" to our shop-
ping list, week after week. Truly,
the strawberry Is king of the pre-
serve closet.
Buy sparkling, new glass con-
tainers for this year's pack. Straw-
berries are too expensive and too
delicious to use with worn con-
tainers or covers. Remember the
story of the new wine in old
bottles and stock up with both pints
and quarts. And place them on
the front rows of your shelves.
Nothing looks better than delicious
canned strawberries, smiling
through transparent glass.
Here are two recipes that yoc
will appreciate:
Strawberries Open Kettle
I'se one-third as much sugar bj
weight as berries. Select onl)
firm, highly colored berries, covei
with the sugar, and let stand sev
eral hours, over night if possible
then place on stove and bring t<
a boil. Let boil rapidly for U
minutes, removing the scum as i
forms. Pack into sterilized glasi
jars and seal.
Strawberries Hot Pack
Wash, stem, precook gently foi
3 minutes in syrup. Remove froir
syrup and cool. Boil syrup i
minutes. One-fourth cup lemor
juice may be added to syrup. Re
turn berries to syrup and let stand
several hours. Reheat and fill
clean glass Jars to within 1V4
inches of top. Put on cap, screw-
ing band firmly tight. Process In
water bath 20 minutes; or in oven
68 minutes at 250 degrees; or in
pressure cooker 8 minutes at 5
pounds.
Daytona Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sperling and
son, Dr. Julius Sperling of Miami,
were guests this past week of Dr.
and Mrs. living Levey.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sussman
have as their guest, Mrs. Suss-
man's brother from California.
Bob Zunser, who spent the sea-
sou here, plans to leave shortly
for California.
M. Leonard Pepper. University of
Florida student, spent last week-
end with his parents here.
40SEI C%%
V
Max Jacobskind. Anne Shier, A.
Dubbin. M. Greenblatt, P. Berko-
witz. Moe Paliot. Jack Paliot, Louis
Paliot. H. Shulman, E. Mayers, Ida
Swartz, I. Fine. H. Traeger, N. Ad-
elman, J. L. Shochet. M. Safano-
witz. Sa:: August. Louis August.
'!. Perlman, A. Fer-
I, E. Fr> :.. Chaikin,
and tl :: I Adler, Renu
:-r Tannen, Judy
-e Berkowitz, Sara
Markowltz, Shirley
Hana n. Ruby and Vivian Zeisman.
inette Seligman,
-:- :-ther Cromer. Tillie
n Ci ben, Ida Engler,
th, Dm
.rlotte Davis, Adeie Si
Sylvia Rayvis, Bea silver and1
i: Smith.

Word w.i i j,..,.,, 0( ,.,,.
last Sunday in Omaha, Nebr.,
Gd ilya Predmedsky, father
of Mrs. Harry Simons of this city.
Mr. Predmedsky was a winter vis
it'ir to Miami. He leaves surviv-
ing I m, a brother, Mr. it. Pred oi
the Hall.is Park Hotel of this city,
in addition to his -1111.11011 and
grand) lldren,

An Important meeting of the sis
terhood of Chi Shel Ernes will
be held on Tuesday, May 2."., a'
Beth David Talmud Torah, whon
- win he held
following a report of the nomlna-
omm ""'. con llal in:; of M s,
S. Stone, .Mrs. William ("."in. Mrs.
Sol Schwartz. Mr8. N. PrltZker and
Mrs. I. Rosengarten. All members!
are urged to attend.
*
Mr. E. Albeit Paliot, prominent]
attorney, will deliver a series of
lectures before the Extension!
School of the University of Florida.
Which is being held in Ocala, Fla.,
on "The problems of law enforce-
ment officers on violations of
gambling and prostitution'statutes.'
The lectures will be delivered be-
fore members of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation, sheriffs of
Florida counties and members of
various Florida municipal police
departments.

Peritz S.heinberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg of this
city, left Tuesday night for Wash-
ington. D. ('.. where he will remain
about 10 days. Peritz receives this
trip as the result of winning the
oratorical contest at tlie Miami
Senior High School.

The Miami section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Juniors
will hold the formal installation of
:i- recently elected officers next
Tuesday evening. May 2i. begin
Ding at 7::tn o'clock at Louis' Patio
Drill, Miami Beach. Mrs. Ralph
Neufeld, president of the Miami
section of the National Council of
Jewish Women, will install the of-
ficers. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
David Congregation will deliver
the principal addres. All members
and friends are urged to make their
immediate reservations.
*..
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85 miles from Washington. D. C: 60 miles from
Baltimore, Md.; in the Mart of the Blue Ridge
Mountains.
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Friday, May 21, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
6996 Albacore Drive5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31 at St.2-9548
MIAMI
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
CONGREGATIONAL
.--------------------------------------------------------------,0
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, May 21, at 8:15 o'clock Dr.
Kaplan will speak on the subject,
"Zionism, Judaism and American-
Ism." Services will be conducted
by Rabbi Zwitman.
The discourse of the evening will
be upon a timely subject, vital to
all Jewry, especially In view of the
public mass meeting to be held
next Monday evening. May 24, In
oar temple, under the sponsorship
of all the Jewish organizations In
Miami.
"commencement exercises0
0----------------------------------------------------o
On Friday evening. May 28, the
commencement exercises of the
high school department will be
held in our temple at the regular
Friday evening services. A pro-
Bran of the exercises follows:
Opening prayer, and services; Mil-
liceut Roth; reading of the service,
Raymond Cowen; prefatory ad-
dress, Harriett Levin; Joaclianan
Hen Sakai, essay by Melvin Katz;
Saadyah, essay by Marion Freed;
Ala.monides, essay by Fred Bulbln;
Spinoza, address by Cella Dobrin;
Caro, essay, by Barbara Neuteld;
/lass gift presentation, Florence
Corel; presentation of diplomas,
president of the congregation; pre-
sentation of Torahs, Mrs J. H. Kap-
lan; address, Rabbi Kaplan: ad-
dress, Rabbi Zwitman; adoration
and closing prayer, Stanley Davis.
A reception for the graduates
will be given In Kaplan Hall after
the services. The public is cor-
dially Invited.
BAR MITZVAH
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis an-
nounce the Bar Mltsvah celebra-
tion of their son Leonard, to be
held at the temple on Saturday
morning, May 29, at 11 o'clock. A
reception for friends will be given
in honor of the Bar Mitzvah after
the services.
o-
GENERAL
On the occasion of the beauti-
fully Impressive confirmation serv-
ice held last Saturday morning in
our temple many laudatory and con-
gratulatory comments have been
received. We cannot mention all
of them, so we pick at random the
following telegram:
"Rabbi Kaplan and
Rabbi Zwitman,
Temple Israel of Miami:
"The National Council of Jewish
Women, Miami Section, congratu-
lates your confirmation class, and
may the young men and women
rJoSusT BROS Rv^
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composing the class lead upright
lives in accordance with the tenets
of Judaism, and prove a credit to
their parents, teachers and their
dear rabbis. With all the best
wishes.
(Signed) "MRS. ISIDORE COHEN
and MRS. A. RUBIN."
Several gifts have also been re-
ceived, one from a grandmother of
one of the confirmans who was
not present at the confirmation,
but who sent a check to the temple
from her home in Baltimore, and
also a gift from a local resident
who had no chtldren confirmed
this year, yet believed the service
to be indicative of such merit as
to warrant an unsolicited gift. We
cite those: nstances as acts worthy
of emulation.
TEMPLE CALENDAR
o---------------------------------------------------o
Friday evening at 8:IB o'clock.
May. 28, commencement exercises;
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. May
89, Bar Mitsvab service of Leonard
Lewis; Sunday morning at 11. clos-
ing exercises (May 30)', Sunday
morning, June 6. Sunday school
picnic. .
Strictly
Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Fascist Flashes
That letter from William E.
Dodd, United States ambassador
to Germany, to members of the U.
S. Senate, disclosing that an
American billionaire is plotting a
Fascist dictatorship, is the tip-off
on Dodd's forthcoming resignation
. He never got on well with the
Nazis His successor may be
Myron C. Taylor, head of the
United States Steel Corporation
. The list of names signed to
that protest against the Nazi
bombing of Guernica contained
many people who during the last
presidential campaign were ac
cused of having Fascist sympa
thles ... Is it true that Mary Pick-
ford told reporters on her return
from Europe that "I think Hitler
has been marvelous for Germany?
. Guess what American sports
writer is to get a medal from Ger-
many for his "good-will efforts" in
connection with the Olympic games
. A swastika on a poster out-
side the Stillman gymnasium In
New York was ripped off by Eric
Seelig, German Jewish refugee
boxer, who was stripped of his
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titles by the Reich sports authori-
ties .This may be a bit confus-
ing, but we have been told that
there are actually conditions un-
der which a good ami Nazi can
justifiably buy German goods .
If a German refugee, whose hold-
ings are now in the hands of the
Nazis, refuses their offer to re-
lease It in the form of merchan-
dise, he does them a double kind-
ness in that they would be in pos-
session of both his property and
the merchandise, which, if re-
moved from Die country, might at
least serve in some small way to
drain off German economic re-
sources .
Gas-Bag
The real responsibility for the
crash of the Hindenburg rests with
the Nazi regime She was built
to use helium, not hydrogen, and
the Hindenburg's builder. Dr. Eck-
ener, was assured that the United
States' ban on the export of helium
would not Interfere with the sale
of the gas for the German airship
. .. But when the Nazis began to
cut down on all exports and to re-
strict foreign exchange deals, they
were unable to pay for American
helium and had to use the highly
inflammable hydrogen Wonder
what the Nazi survivors of the
Hindenburg thought about being
treated by Drs. Segal, Goldstein
and Toiben, all non-Aryans ... A
couple of Jewish organizations that
wanted mail to reach Europe in a
hurry had scheduled to send it by
the Hindenburg on its return trip
... It was the late Maximilian
Harden, German-Jewish journalist
and publisher of Die- Zukunft, who
was one of the few men who al-
ways warned against pinning ex-
aggerated hopes on the value of
lighter-than-air craft for passenger
transportation Years ago ie
predicted that the huge bulk of
the dirigibles would make them ex-
tremely vulnerable under unfavor-
able atmospheric conditions .
There were a number of German-
Jewish refugees among the weep-
ing throng at the funeral services
for the Hindenburg victims .
Amid the singing of the Horst
Wessel song and the "Hell Hitler-
lng," the refugees justified their
presence on the ground that the
Hindenburg represented the real
Germany Taking no chances
on not having a helium supply for
her dirigibles, Russia has appoint-
ed I. V. Mendelson as director of
a new helium plant.
About People
New York's East Side took a
special interest in King George's
coronation because one of its own,
Louis Stirling, president of the
British Broadcasting Company, was
knighted in the coronation honor
list Stirling became a British
subject two years ago Wash-
ington political circles are wonder-
ing what and who intervened to
prevent Robert L. Berger. radio di-
rector for the Democratic National
Committee, from being appointed
secretary of the Federal Commu-
nications Commission The
$7,500-a-year job was supposed to
be In the bag for him The re-
fusal of the Department of Com-
merce to permit Dick Merrill to
take any passengers on his trans-
atlantic flight prevented Milton S.
Cntermyer, Samuel Untermyer's
nephew, from making the trip .
Young Untermyer was at the air-
port when Merrill took off. all set
for the voyage The Ijouls Levys
of Seattle are still excited over
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit
to their city because the First Lady
spent one night as the guest of
their niece, Marls Chaney. a dancer
. The Zionist district of Burling-
ton, Vt.. will need a new president
In the Fall, when Ludwlg Lewlsohn
takes up his residence in New
York Incidentally, Lewlsohn
Is slated to become dramatic editor
of the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate Estelle M. Sternberger,
who as executive director of World
Peaceways made the nation peace-
conscious, is now an honorary
member of the Women World War
Veterans Marianne Reisser-
Werfel. sister of Franz Werfel. is
the author of "Turandot Resigns."
a new play which is creating a
sensation in Switzerland Anti-
Jewish prejudice at Princeton is
breaking down Samuel Gins-
burg of Princeton lias been named
varsity debate manager there .
Wonder whether Dizzy Dean, the
Cardinals' pitcher, knows that
Benjamin Disraeli's nickname was
also Dizzy ... II. Gordon Barbe-
dian of the New York Times staff
is doing a biography of Albert
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Paul Robeson, the famous Negro
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tine In order to study Hebrew
songs While in the Holy Ijind
he will take a course in Hebrew
. Wedding bells are reported in
order for Hitler Berlin rumors
say he'll make Pola Negri Frau
Hitler After nearly "00 year
without a Jewish house of wor-
ship, stduents at Cambridge Uni-
versity will have their own syna-
gogue ... its cornerstone has just
been laid England's new Queen,
Elizabeth, gave Nazi Ambassador
Ribbentrop the cold shoulder when
he greeted her at a coronation
court fete in Buckingham Palace
by giving the Nazi salute One
of the six announcers who de-
scribed the coronation for the
world-wide audience was Harold
Abrahams, who won the 100-meter
dash for England at the 1924 Olym-
pics "Christ and Mohammed"
Is the name of a new anti-Jewish
league founded in Palestine with
the avowed purpose of exterminat-
ing the Jews The 100 per cent
increase in diphtheria deaths in
Germany last year is attributed
to Julius Stretcher's propaganda
against the use of anti-diphtheria
serum developed by Virchow, Koch
(Continued on Page 8)
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Page Eight
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 21, 19:!7
Jacksonville Notes
An affair which was greatly en-
Joyed by members of Hadassah
was the Spring Dance Wednesday
In the Windsor Hotel. Samuel
Kassewitz was master cf cere-
monies and was assisted by I. M.
Lieberman and Harry Backs.
MIm Annette Marco "as chair-
man. Miss Hattie Slott. ticket
chairman. and Miss Rpbecca
Smith, refreshment chairman.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements for the luncheon to be
riven Tuesday, June 1, in the Jack-
sonville Jewish Center by the
Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid So-
ciety and Home for the Aged Is
composed of the following: Mrs.
L. Schevitz, Mrs. J. Shapiro, Mrs.
S. Lasarow, Mrs. M. G. Chelerter,
Mrs. Sam Bryan. Mrs. Louis Wolf-
son, Mrs. Sidney L. Blattner. Mrs.
Ben Baker, Mrs. Herb Talisman.,
Mrs. Bene Becker, Mrs. Pete
Haimowltz, Mrs. Milton 1. Hollins.
Mrs. Perry Kantor, Mrs. G. Levine,
Mrs. 1. M. Lieberman, Mrs. Oscar
Margol, Mrs. A. Nabin, Mrs. A.
Krlstol. Mrs. Abe E. Selber, Mrs.
FYed Soforenko, Mrs. J. Splvak,
Mrs. M. Stein, Mrs. J. T. Wilen-
sky, Mrs. Sam Wltten, Mrs. H.
Toffee and Mrs. H. Roeenzvaig.
chairman.
The Jewish Progressive Society
beld Its semi-monthly meeting at
the Jacksonville Jewish Center last |
week.
L Cohen addressed the organi-
sation on the aspects of the social
security laws. This was followed
by a debate on the proposal to add
additional members of the Supreme
Court.
Refreshments were served fol-
lowing the meeting.
The Jewish Progressive Society
Is a local ogranization composed of
approximately 200 business and
professional men of Jacksonville.
Officerf^of the organization are:
I. M. Lieberman. president; A. P.
Carnot. vice president; Murray
Glicksteln, secretary, and Moe B.
Safer, treasurer.
The confirmands were: Anne
Morgenstern, Clara Lovitz, Ger-
trude Hollinger. Annie Laura Fein-
berg. Bernice Kasover. Frimit Sil-
berstein, David 1'roctor. Alexander
Schneid-r. Abraham UoBCOViU,
Jacob Rosner and Jacob Snider.
Each confirraand delivered a short
address based upon a graduation
essay.
Mrs. David Torn, soprano, sang
appropriate confirmation hymns.
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis led the1
congregation in a Pente. ost serv-l
Ice in which the confirmands par-
ticipated. He delivered the con-
firmation message. Max Rubin,
president of the Jacksonville Jew-
ish Center, presented each confir-
mand with a certificate of confir-
mation. Mrs, Joseph Hackel. presi-
dent of the Daughters of Israel,
presented the confirmands with
Bibles and prayer books as a gift
from her organization.
Following the confirmation serv-
ice a reception given by the par-
ents of the confirmations was held
in the center auditorium.
Senior Hadasasb Is sponsoring Its
annual donors' affair, which will
be a banquet Tuesday evening. May
26. In the Jewish Center. Mrs.
Sam Weiss, chairman of the "give
and earn" campaign, is being as-
sisted by Mrs. Ira Stein and Mrs.
David Harris, in charge of cater-
ing and reservations, and Mrs.
Louis S. Joel, program and enter-
tainment.
Mrs. Robert M. Travis of Atlanta
will be the guest-speaker.
Strictly
Confidential
i ontinued from Page T i
and von Behrend "because th<-se
men were radically infected by
marriates with Jewesses or friend-
ship with Jews" Brazil's bg-
' him and listen to his homely pi.il-' partmental reserve of 150, which
osophy Although he couldn't j leaves C20 at the disposal of t.ie
read a single Hebrew letter,
knew practically every book in the
library, one of the largest collec-
tions of Judalca in the world .
Of the J2S.00O.0UO raised in
America for overseas aid of one
kind or another in 1985, $2,000.00'-
came from Jewish sources ... A
certain Josef Moses Grumer of
he: Jewish Agency for Palestine.
At the same time an amendment
to the immigration rules was pub-
lished authorozlng the high com-
missioner to issue a schedule for
leas than the usual six-month
period. The lat grant issued by
the government comprised l,8uo
gest radio transmitter is being', Zurich, Switzerland, is circulating
constructed for the Marconi Com- jPWjsri leaders here with a letter
pany and the Sao Paulo paper jn which he says he can halt the
Diarios Associados by Leon Schul- pogroms in Poland and aid the
man. radio technician.
Tid-Bits
Evelyn Morrissey. a high offi-
cial of tr.e Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, who recently made a trip
through the Agro-Joint's Jewish
farm colonies in the Soviet Union,
is having the diary of that trip|the ]ate xx,u|s Rubinstein,
published Miss Morrissey. who j leader and sportsman.
is not a Jewess, is one of the old-1 _______________
est employes of the J. D. C. Id
point of ervice She joined
It in the war days when, as a girl
in pig-tails, she became a volunteer
worker Half the Reform rab-
Jews in Palestine provided the
Jews agree to believe in God .
An imposing committee has been
formed In Montreal to sponsor the
Dominion Boxing Championship
proceeds of which will go toward
the establishment of a memorial to
civic
TEMPORARY IMMIGRATION
CERTIFICATES ARE ISSUED
Jerusalem (WNS)A schedule
SIR SAMUEL MAY CALL
HIMSELF VISCOUNT
OF MOUNT CARMEL
bis of America are mourning the | of 70 labor ""nBrtion certificates
death of a Janitor ... He was Ed
Glassbrenner. who next July would
have completed 25 years of service
as janitor of the Hebrew Union
College Library There's scarce-
ly a singll rabbi who graduated
from college since 1912 who didn't
know Ed, confide his problems to
A feature will be the presenta-
tion of a number of "living pic-
tures." This part of the program
Is In charge of Mrs, Louis S. Joel.
for the four months ending with
July was announced by the Govern-
ment Immigration Department. It
was made clear that the temporary
grant for the four months instead
of the usual period of six months
was Intended to give the govern-
ment the freedom to determine th
future of Jewish Immigration on
th basis of the Royal Commission's
report, which Is expected to be is-
sued In July. The 770 certificates
authorized Include the usual de-
London (WNS)Sir Herbert
Samuel, who was elevated to the
peerage by King George in the
coronation honors, may call him-
self Viscount of Mount Carmel, it
was reported by his friends. Mem-
bers of the House of Lords may
keep their own names as they may
adopt new ones Identifying them
with their place of residence or
other location. Samuel's connec-
tion with Mount Carmel Is Achooza
Samuel, a piece of land on Mount
Carmel which he owns. Should he
adopt this name he will be prob
ably known as Viscount Carmel.
JEWISH AGENCY COUNCIL
WILL MEET AUGUST 18
Jerusalem (WNS)The biennial
session of the Council of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, which is
headed by Lord Melchett, was set
for August 18 in Switzerland. The
meeting place will probably be the
same as that for the 20th World
Congress, which will begin earlier
In the month.
No other Cigarette gives you this
Six girls and five boys were con
firmed Saturday night at the Jack-;
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or community life, the worry of
finances, "get on your nerves"?
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May spell the difference be-
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If you are Nervous, Sleepless,
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Your Druggist has Dr. Miles
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instead of one, the Old Gold package
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i : \z: %  -.--£ .£ s-.:= : *s Friday. May 2: ; :Z%  I -. • %  • %  • :. %  %  1 ::-:: : VOTE FOR Herbert w; : :££ 5SATEO SAT 1 •.-_ SHEKEL DAY %  %  : : i : %  %  • -~ ; the A. Frink society — %  %  %  %  %  I — %  ON HIS EECOED OF ACHIEVEMENT %  TO THE CITY COUNCIL OP MIAMI BEACH (Pa TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF MIAMI BEACH and Continue an Able Administration of City Affairs 'Pa d PoUl CITY COUNCILMAN OF MIAMI BEACH He Has a Record of True and Faithful Service in the People's Interest." 'Paid Political Adr) M BEACH "Paid Political Ad)



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Society Several hundred enthusiastic members attended the nomination meeting lor officers of the Y. M. II. A. last Wdnesday night at the "Y" clubrooms, Mr. At. Rosenfeldi president of tlie Y," presided during the brief business meeting, during Which the following were nominated for tlie coming year: President, E. Albert Paliot, unanimous; vice presidents. Frank Hose, Milton Friedman and Jack Apte; secretary, Manny Teltler, Pete Silverman and Al. Reisman; treasurer. Nat lilumherg and Hairy Schuartz. Directors for a three-year term for E. ALBERT PALLOT two vacancies, Al. Rosenfeld, Barney Drevich, Arthur Blatt, Frank Rose. L. Paliot. A. Haimes, Al. Liechtenstein. Jack Apte, Leo Robinson, Lou Safer, Milton Friedman, Bernard Selevan and Lou Safan. For two vacancies for a two-year term: I.on Safan, Barney Drevich, Frank Rose. A. Haimes. Bernard Selevan, Al. Berkowltz, Arthur Blatt. Oscar Argintar, Harry Schwartz, Pete Silverman, Al. Rosenfeld, George Reichgott, Nat Blumherg, Leo Rob-' Inson, Jack Apte and Dave Brown. For i: ncies for a one-yeai term: A. Haimes, B. Drevich, A. an, ll. Hohauser, Joe Siegel. Heri an Barnett, Frank Rose, Pete Silverman. Arthur Selevan, Abe Weine l Blatt. Harry QorSelevan, George gott, Lou Safer, Jack Apte. Jack Paliot and Harry Rose. The h< Id on Wt dnesday evening, June %  at the "Y." e business mi an appeal for funds for the "Y" building which was purchased lasl le by Rabbi Max Shapiro and • %  • 'l by E. Albei t Paliot, newly elo. ted pres I who l ppeal. P for '• Idlng fund U A (linn r was served to all pre ent thi of Mr er of the i d. • Mrs M. Kaler announces the enient ami approaching marriage of her Bister, Miss Joy Pollock of Trenton. N. J.. to William H. Weiss of Philadelphia. The wedding will take place at 3 p. m. next Sunday at Mrs. Kaler's home. 390 S. W. 22nd Road. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lefkoe of Miami Beach are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son May 17 at the St. Francis Hospital. Mother and baby are doing nicely. • • • Beth David Congregation will give its annual Sunday school and Talmud Torah picnic on Sunday, May :!0. Full details will appear in our next issue. • • • That religious tolerance can prevail was the gist of the address of Dr. Elisha A. King to the members of the American Youth Forum last Monday evening at the Edison Hotel, Miami Beach. The organization solicits membership of all creeds who subscribe to the principles of peace, progress and dei r acy. The next regular meetIng will be held next Monday niglit ai the Edison Hotel, beginning at s: ::n o'clock. • Mr. Al. Zalka is a patient at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. • • The marriage of Miss Roslyn E. Magazis. daughter of Mr. and Mis. (). Magazis of Jacksonville, and Mr. Philip J. Breman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Breman of Coral Gables, will take place on Sunday in Jacksonville. The bridegroomelect is a graduate of the School of Engineering at the I'niversity of Florida and a member of Phi Beta Delta fraternity. The couple will reside in Jacksonville, where Mr. Breman is connected with the Fligldaire company. • Mrs. Clara Heches. 7, of 1658 S. W. Seventh street, died Wednesday night in a Miami hospital after a long illness. A native of Poland, she came here 12 years ago. She leaves the husband, Louis Reches; three daughters, Miss Doris Reches of Miami. Mrs. Miriam Krebs of Newark. N. J.. and Mrs. Katie Karp of Wilmington, Del. Funeral services were conducted Thursday at the Carter & Wixsom Funeral Home chapel by Rabbi Abraham Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Burial was in Woodlawn Park Cemetery. • At a meeting of the Civic League oi Mia til Beai h held at the Louis' Patio last Tuesday the following were nominated for the coming year: Piesident. Carl Gardner; vice president. Stanley J, secretary. Dr. Leonard Finn; treasurer, Herman Barnett. To fill three vacancies on the bos directors: Jack Wechsler, Stanlej Ilod.s. Sidney Weiss. Harry Sll and Shep Swede. The election will be held on | Tin -day evening, June 1. • • • Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will oiih iaie at the marriage cei i uniting Miss Pearl Roberts, daugl tei of Mi's. Mary Roberts, to A:. Reisman, son of Mr. and Mr-. E. M. Reisman of this city, on Sunday evening, June 6, Tlie affa r will he held on Sunday evening, Juni the Young Mens Hebrew Assocla l MII building and will be the first n edding evei bold i u re. Mi. Reisman is one of the active members and scretary Of the "Y." Mr. Max n. %  .' biothei of will he best man; Mrs. Max !; %  It man will lie matron I : Mlse Ms orii i -!-'• r of tse }. ide, maid of honor. Other attendants will be the Misses Ballye Berlin, Ruth in vl Marlon Krie%  i ti I an, Peti Silve %  man. Arthur R. isman and A V. Reisman. cantor Boris Schlachman will assist Rabbi Kellner in the ceremonies. Following the c remony there will he a reception. after which the couple will leave for a short honeymoon trip. • • • Miss Ruth Davis and Miss Muriel Marshall entertained at a miscellaneous shower last Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Louis Paliot in honor of Miss Natalie Paliot. whose marriage will be an event of next month. Games were j laved, and during the evening a buffet luncheon was served. Prizes for high score were won by Anita Bernstein. Ida Engler, Mrs. E. Mayers and Mrs. Tillle Silver. The guest of honor was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. Among the guests present were: Mesdames Friday, May 21, 19:17 Plans are being formulated for the annual B'nai Brith picnic to be held Sunday, June 20, at Fort Lauderdale. The Palm Beach Lodge will attend, as will members of the newly formed Lauderdale Hebrew Congregation. Athleticgames and special competition between Sholem Lodge of Miami and Palm Beach Lodge, featuring a tug of war, will compose the entertainment. Prizes will be awarded the winners of athletic events. Refreshments will be served. Mr. William Friedman is in charge of arrangements, assisted by Milton A. Friedman, E. Albert Paliot and J. Aron Abbot.. Take your dearest friend to your well-stocked preserve closet and tell her to choose one jar for herself. Nine times out of ten she will cuddle a jar of strawberry preserves under her arm without hesitancy. No matter how many strawberries we put up, (wild or cultivated) we never have enough. Long before the next canning season arrives, we find ourselves hdding "strawberries" to our shopping list, week after week. Truly, the strawberry Is king of the preserve closet. Buy sparkling, new glass containers for this year's pack. Strawberries are too expensive and too delicious to use with worn containers or covers. Remember the story of the new wine in old bottles and stock up with both pints and quarts. And place them on the front rows of your shelves. Nothing looks better than delicious canned strawberries, smiling through transparent glass. Here are two recipes that yoc will appreciate: Strawberries — Open Kettle I'se one-third as much sugar bj weight as berries. Select onl) firm, highly colored berries, covei with the sugar, and let stand sev eral hours, over night if possible then place on stove and bring t< a boil. Let boil rapidly for U minutes, removing the scum as i forms. Pack into sterilized glasi jars and seal. Strawberries — Hot Pack Wash, stem, precook gently foi 3 minutes in syrup. Remove froir syrup and cool. Boil syrup i minutes. One-fourth cup lemor juice may be added to syrup. Re turn berries to syrup and let stand several hours. Reheat and fill clean glass Jars to within 1V4 inches of top. Put on cap, screwing band firmly tight. Process In water bath 20 minutes; or in oven 68 minutes at 250 degrees; or in pressure cooker 8 minutes at 5 pounds. Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sperling and son, Dr. Julius Sperling of Miami, were guests this past week of Dr. and Mrs. living Levey. Mr. and Mrs. William Sussman have as their guest, Mrs. Sussman's brother from California. Bob Zunser, who spent the seasou here, plans to leave shortly for California. M. Leonard Pepper. University of Florida student, spent last weekend with his parents here. 40SEI C%% V Max Jacobskind. Anne Shier, A. Dubbin. M. Greenblatt, P. Berkowitz. Moe Paliot. Jack Paliot, Louis Paliot. H. Shulman, E. Mayers, Ida Swartz, I. Fine. H. Traeger, N. Adelman, J. L. Shochet. M. Safanowitz. Sa:: August. Louis August. '•!. Perlman, A. FerI, E. Fr> :.. Chaikin, and tl :•: I • Adler, Renu :-r Tannen, Judy -e Berkowitz, Sara Markowltz, Shirley Hana n. Ruby and Vivian Zeisman. • inette Seligman, : :-ther Cromer. Tillie n Ci ben, Ida Engler, th, Dm .rlotte Davis, Adeie Si Sylvia Rayvis, Bea silver and 1 i: Smith. • • • Word w.i i j,..,.,, 0 ( ,.,,. last Sunday in Omaha, Nebr., Gd ilya Predmedsky, father of Mrs. Harry Simons of this city. Mr. Predmedsky was a winter vis it'ir to Miami. He leaves surviving I m, a brother, Mr. it. Pred oi the Hall.is Park Hotel of this city, in addition to his -1111.11011 and grand) lldren, • • An Important meeting of the sis terhood of Chi Shel Ernes will be held on Tuesday, May 2."., a' Beth David Talmud Torah, whon win he held following a report of the nomlnaomm ""•'. con llal in:; of M s, S. Stone, .Mrs. William ("."in. Mrs. Sol Schwartz. Mr8. N. PrltZker and Mrs. I. Rosengarten. All members! are urged to attend. • Mr. E. Albeit Paliot, prominent] attorney, will deliver a series of lectures before the Extension! School of the University of Florida. Which is being held in Ocala, Fla., on "The problems of law enforcement officers on violations of gambling and prostitution'statutes.' The lectures will be delivered before members of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, sheriffs of Florida counties and members of various Florida municipal police departments. • • • Peritz S.heinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg of this city, left Tuesday night for Washington. D. ('.. where he will remain about 10 days. Peritz receives this trip as the result of winning the oratorical contest at tlie Miami Senior High School. • • The Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Juniors will hold the formal installation of :irecently elected officers next Tuesday evening. May 2i. begin Ding at 7::tn o'clock at Louis' Patio Drill, Miami Beach. Mrs. Ralph Neufeld, president of the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women, will install the officers. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation will deliver the principal addres. All members and friends are urged to make their immediate reservations. *.. Camp Wohelo for Girls 85 miles from Washington. D. C: 60 miles from Baltimore, Md.; in the Mart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. EIGHTH SEASON OPENS JULY 1s t For Information helpful to you and your daughters, write or phone Bertha Berkowich Levy OWNER and DIRECTOR 1625 S. W. 15th Street MIAMI, FLA. Phone 34922 IN THE LATEST MAGIC CHEF GAS RANGE The new high speed oven in the latest MagicChef gas range will save you time and gas in meal preparation. Come in our store today and let us show you one of these latest, modern, automatic gas ranges. OTHER FEATURES that save you time, work and money are the Red Wheel Oven Regulator, Automatic Top Burner Lighter, Timer, Full Insulation, SwingOut Broiler,Non-Clog Burners. 1 ..J Model Shown $120.00 100K FOI THE IED WHEEL WHEN YOU IUY MMI0 CHEF Peoples Water & Gas Co. 15th and Washington MIAMI BEACH



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 2i, lm The public Is cordially Invited to attend the gala card party at the home of Mrs. Hyman Traeger, 753 N. \V 22nd Court, next Sunday evenin. May 2.!. beginning at S o'clock, for the benefit of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The proceeds are used for the Talmud Torah fund of the organization. Mrs. Traeger will bo hostess for the evening. The annual Cafeteria luncheon sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held at the Southern Cafeteria next Monday, May 24, beginning at 11 a. in. and lasting until 2 p. m. o'clock. The public is urged to attend, as the proceeds will be used for the relief work of the organization. Following the luncheon there will be a general meeting of the entire membership, when the reading of the proposed revised bylaws will be held. The public is Invited to attend. • • • The annual Sunday school and Talmud Torah picnic of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held on Sunday, May 23. All pupils are asked to meet promptly at 9 o'clock Sunday morning at the synagogue, from where they will be given transportation to the picnic grounds at Hollywood. The pupils was her sisters only attendant. Harry Shoplro attended his brother as best man. A reception followed the ceremony, and the bridal couple left on a motor trip to Cypress Gardens, S. C; Washington, D. C: New York and Canada, and on returning will reside in Miami Beach. Mrs. Shopiro, a native of Tallahassee, ,s the daughter of Mrs. Alfred M. Wahnish and the late Mr. Wahnlsh of that city. She is a graduate of Florida State College for Women, where she was a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Spanish honorary sorority, and Helta Phi Epsilon sorority, of which she was president and has served as president of all Southern chapters for several years, fihe is editor of the national magazine of Delta Phil Kpsilon. Mr. Shoplro, youngest son of Mrs. Louis Shopiro and the late Mr. Shopiro of Miami Beach, attended Washington and Lee diversity and was graduated from the law school at the University of Florida. He is a member of Tau Epsllon Phi fraternity, of which he was president during his senior year. He is a member of the firm of Coastal Wiper Supply Company, his trip through the state. Mr. Jacobs made plans for the Florida Federation of B'nal B'rith Lodges Convention in Tampa on July 4 and and 5. Monday evening Mr. Jacobs was the guest of honor at dinner tendered by the officers of the Miami Lodge at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant. During his visit in Miami he spent some time with his father. Mr. A. Jacobs, and sister, Mrs. William Cleln. • • • Closing exercises for Beth David Sunday school will he held next Sunday morning, May 23, at 10 o'clock at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. During the exercises prizes will be awarded to honor students for scholastic attainments during the past term. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be in charge and will be assisted by members of the faculty. will bo served goodies provided by the Ladies Auxiliary of the congrej Inc., here. Ration. Rabbi Abraham Kellner • &f and the members of the Sunday The man) friends of Mr, Mitchell school faculty will be assisted by Wolfson of this city will be clad a committee of the Ladies Auxto learn thai be is doing nicely illary. Games, .swimming and other after a ser oug operation performed athletic contests will be enj yed five days ago by his brother, Dr. William !. Wolfson, In Brooklyn Ho pltal. His gall bladder and appendix were removed. Mr, Mitchell W Ifson is a native of Key West, Fla., and came to Mlam In 1917 with his parents. Mi. and Mrs. Louis Wolfson. Mr. Wolfson ialso part owner of Wometco Theatres. by the children and prizes will be provided for the winners of eacl • out. -t. Mrs. Nathan Adelinan, Mrs. Moe Pallot, Mrs. -i L. Shot > I and Mi i: 11 e\ U b are in charge in arrangements, • • Miss Cecilia Blanch Wahnish becat % %  the hide of Joseph Gerald] Shopiro of Miami Reach last Sunday at tin home of her mother, Mrs Alfred M. Wahnish, in Tallahassee, Pla. Rabbi Edmund A. Landau of Albany, (la., officiated Mrs. Asher Frank, accompanied by Mrs. Leo Gelbet g, sang. The bride was given in marriage by her brother. Samuel Alfred Wahnish. Miss Melvyne Wahnish All members of the Zionist District are urged to he present at the cultural meeting sponsored by all Miami Jewish organizations on Monday evening. May 24. at Temple Israel beginning at g o'clock. Immediately preceding the meeting a report of the nominating commitMore than five hundred residents and visitors attended the reception tendered by Temple Israel Sisterhood last Friday evening at Kaplan Hall on the occasion of the birthday anniversary of Rabbi Colman Zwitman. Rabbi Zwitman was the recipient of many congratulatory messages and was presented with gifts from Temple Israel Sisterhood, Temple Israel Hebrew Class, which the rabbi conducts. and from Temple Israel Choir, which Rabbi Zwitman has recently been training. • • • The second institute of Human Relations sponsored by the Southern Area Committee of the National Conference of Jews and Christians will be held at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. N. C, beginning on June 2S and lasting until July 2. Among those who will take an active part In the program are Prof. James Hlghsaw, Father Leo Frieison. Rabbi William Greenberg, Rabbi Lawrence A. Block. Prof. Paul Green, Hon. Carl Milliken. former governor of Maine; Rabbi Edward L. Israel, Dr. M.. Ashby Jones, Bethelehem, Pa. He was the proprietor of the Miami Bookbinding Company. He leaves the widow, Mrs. Mary Silverstein; three daughters, Mrs. Joseph Schalfer, Mrs. Sam Rubenstein and Mrs. Max Pepper; a sou. Meyer Silverstein; a brother, Isadore Silverstein. and seven grandchildren, all of Miami. Funeral services were conducted at the Carter and Wixsom Funeral Home Wednesday afternoon with Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David, of which the deceased was a member, officiating. Burial was at W'oodlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Ralph Neufeld. re-elected president of the Council of Jewish Women, announced the following selection of chairmen for the coming year at the installation luncheon Friday at the Strath Haven Hotel: Membership, Mrs. Harry Marcus and Mrs. Harry Barnhard: ways and means. Mrs. Anna Cohen; Immigration, Mrs. Morris Duhler and Mrs. Sadye G. Rose; peace, Mrs. Harry Barnhard; publicity. Mrs. Jack Simon; scholarship, Mrs. Benjamin I.e Vine; legislative. Mrs. Ann Mankes; parliamentarian, Mrs. Jake Brown: religious, Mrs. Isldor Cohen and .Mrs \|,e Rubin; cultural. Mrs. Milton Travels; pro gram. Mrs. Hani"! Cromer; visiting. Mrs. Elry Stone and Mrs. Libby London; Junloi sponsor, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers; hospitality, Mrs % %  Brown and Mrs Joseph Liebergoll; telephone, Mrs. El on a Brown; happy day. Mrs. Harry Magid; emergency, Mrs. Roland Granat; contact, Mis. Max Pepper; arbitration, Mrs. i. Wohl and Mrs, M. Ghertler; social, Mrs. J. Barhash and Mrs. Sam Blank; publli welfare, Mrs. Sam Baylinson; historian; Mrs. Sam Silverstein; transportation, Mrs. Morris Alpert. rldo of New York City. Tlie marrlage will take place at 2:3y D ,„ June 6 at the home of the bride's parents. The bride-elect, who came to M, ami from Savannah, was graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University 0 f Mi. ami. She Is a member of the National Honor Society and of R no Beta Omicron, honorary public speaking fraterynlty. She tu, taken an active part in Junior Hadassah, serving as vice president and cultural chairman during the past year. Mr. Querido, native or New York City, has made his home in Miami for the past year, and is associated with the June Dairy Products Company. • • Mrs. Margaret Seligman announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Jeanette Seligman, to Edward Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Roth. The marriage will take place In September. Miss Seligman was graduated from Miami High School. She is an active member of Junior Hadassah. Mr. Roth was graduated from the t'nlversity of Miami in the class of 1935. He is associated with his father in business. • • • At the services Saturday morning, May 22. at Beth David Synagogue Harold Rothleln, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rothleln, and Murray Sanders, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanders, will become Bar Mitzva. The boys will recite the usual blessings and read the Haftoro, following which they will speak briefly. Rabbi Shapiro Will deliver a sermon. Cantor Louis I layman will chant the B. n ins A reception to the friends of the family and the worshipi will follow the services and will be held in the Talmud Torafi Hall. tee of the croat.r Miami Zionist Rabbi Sidney Lefkowitz. Mr. George Mr and Mrs. Isaac Lasky announce the engagement of their daughter Pauline to Irving Querido, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. QuoI. FIALKOW Specialized instruction in He. brew. For youth or adult. Bar Mitzva preparation. Washington Ave. and 3rd St. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9364 JACKSONVILLE'S LARGEST end FINEST HOTEL 300 Room, 300 B.ik, 5I!B4 T i*ll JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 4 Imps • Conveniently located in the downtown buiincil, ihoppmg end ikeater district. Every room en outiide eoom with private belli, (no court) eirculjlinj ice water, radio, (an and bed reading lamp. Suites of parlor, bedroom and bath. Superior cuiline and tervice in The Patio Grill, and in The Roosevelt Rcndcxvoua. All O.L.de Room,...No Court Ciiculatme lea Water in every room f-77 Roomi-.S.njIe with Private Bath $2.00-1 44 Room, $2.50 55 Room, $3.00 66 Room, $3 50 23 Room, $4.00 I 11 Suiter Parlor Bedroom a\ Balh $6.00 I !4 Sample Room, with Private Beth $4.00 I Si.,ki lacreeie la .i.. i„ D„„bi. o, ,.,..„ I •-V.,, All,,,|,., W..U, ..J MMII, .I„-J A Robtrt R. Meyer Hotel Dl8trlCl will be presented and delegales to the conference to be held on June 26 at Buffalo wil be elected. • • • Mr. and Mrs, II. li. Miller of 1130 s. W. Fifth street announce t ie engagement of their daughter, Miss Sylvia, to Mr. Arthur Pine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fine of Cincinnati. Ohio. The weddiug will take place on June 15. • • • Mr. Hyman S. Jacobs of Atlanta, Ga., president of District Grand Lodge No. 5 of B'nal B'rith, spent several days in Miami following a trip through Florida, where he was the guest of the Jacksonville. Daytona Beach. Orlando, St. Petersburg and Tampa Lodges. During V. Denny. Jr., director of the Town | Hall; Dr. Guy E. Suavely, presi-1 dent of the Birmingham Southern College. Dr. Prank Graham, president of the University of North Carolina, will preside. Among those who will attend and participate in the discussions is Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan of Temple Israel. • • • Mr. Abraham Rechtman. noted Yiddish journalist and man of letters, arrived here last week to make his permanent home. • a Jacob Silverstein. 64. of 11 S. W. Seventh street, died Tuesday night at his home after a long illness. He came here 12 years ago from SHOES M> MEN! WOMEN! -. I ?lNrHAHC£S 30 N.E.FIRSTS 139 SEYB0LD ARCADE .1 l"" %  •" .HIII.III1IIII I HII1IIIHIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHMIIII III! 4111H III II1MIII III 11IU1 HI IIH l| 111| || 11| HHINUll GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION IJU (T 1 Of rt ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM *• D-Iola£ 515 Washington Avenue M. L. 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Friday, May 21, 1937 V THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Tampa Notes Page Five cates 400 for this purpose, leaving ;;->'> Eastern Europe was a project antl-Fascists Moose to depict Hit-! rived from London. If the Princes "Palestine Is sentiment.. Scan ivernS M „ ?--" ^^^'^ %  *?-* Bc,ud,n Culture. Indusment can or will do, could claim vast areasol lUte land r nor a wild ideal." be ..Id. about it T. aathereplym.de which wen ne I. the only reasonable I i Mexican foreign office In of the Sultan. i Amelia Lubetzky, daughter or Air. and Mrs. 1. K. Lubetzky. Mitchell J. Kasriel, son ol M Mrs. Joseph Kasriel, were married and Practical solution of tl (using to apologise to German at the To.,,pi.. Rodoi by 1 : '" Jew. of Europe." and Italy fo alleged insults to the ibbl Adolpb Burger on .May 12. Lord Melchett, noted BriUsh Inbeads of their governments by groJEWISH AGENCY "EJECTS The young couple left immediatel) *riallst and in, has come tesque statues that appear, I in tl IMMIGRATION SCHEDULE erthe wedding for a trip to varl'" ,hi country to aid In the earnworkers' Maj Day parade here. — points ot interest on the East 'he United Palestine Ap%  Jei isalem (WNS)— The I l,t "" ,he Sl "n of M.600, FORMER EASTSIDER is Agencj tor has rejected ettiemenl In Palestine o( KNIGHTED BY KING the gram ot :; labor Immlgra Confirmation exercises were held : mbers of Jews ot Central rtlflcatea for the tour-month 1,1 lolom on SunBnd Eastern Europe, New Fork (WNS) New York's Period ending July, In an ui • >' ; P" Melchett denounced tenB has taken a belated indented action that followed nnaniwere the conflrmants: Milli. K< M in the coronation ot King "~ comment among the Jewish ler, Esta Argintar Kathrim Wohl, mltation gi \i following the discover] community thai the Bchedul Ice [chill, Helen Peretzman, lng thal tn '-• was a "gri ol •own, Louis Step Inadeq Edith Blozory, Walte Weber and eoling, head ot the Electrical & Muneeds al tins time. In anm ie Dayan. Roy E. Jenkin That destiny • scribed as slcal Indusl les, Ltd., ol England, "'•" '< had decided not to the choir provided the musii and a new wl a born on Orchard street 'he Bmall chi eral laDavid Stein, president oil on to the d world 18 years ago, was a ong those '""' Immigration, th< made the presentation o: certificates; Mrs. I. Liebmann, retiring president ot the Ladl A is iliary, presented the confirmanta with Bibles, and Mrs. Rose Segall, newly elected presldi the teachers of the Sunday school and the members ot the choir with gilts. A reception later followed in the vestry rooms. Y. M. H. A. The picnic which is to be held at Temple Terrace on Sunday. May L'.'S. promises to be the be.-t ever held. A host of girls, women, bi ya and men are working on the various committees whii h are arranging athletic and aquatic sports for the several age groups and many Interesting games for the children. A diamond-ball game has been arranged between St. Petersburg and Tampa, also between the Juniors and the Seniors. The aquatic events will include fancy diving by Margaret Reinhold, •living by Marlon Bostaln, M by Roy E. Jenkins, Richard M. ling ol Palest ne knighted by thi King In the core" thai it would i 'ewlsh National II ation honors. Son of Russianonly thai number specifically ear try, building transport and public %  us i. d icing the %  %  : the labor i Jewish Agency re rel I aedule It i abb to ind< strlbutlon of th a tlnj mong all the o cupatli Palestine. Forty-odd Immlgi i ount les of the Diaspora will resist with the utmost determln I %  ui tlon of the allya I ilons. W. feel Bure that world Jewry will BU| j ih Agem y In Its it ind, shi I pie In thle fateful hour, and will I the harsh i inherent in the schedule now fixed." '"' '< is on e of the outJewish Immigrants, sterling went marked for colonization and train; leaders in the movement to England In 1909 as European In* of German Jews. The Germanrepresentative Of an American Jewish certificates were granted phonograph Arm. The company he the basis of a financial allotlor the upbuilding of Pah-Hue BO that It may admit a maximum numPOLICE AND G-MAN GUARD DINERS OF ESSAY CONTEST New Vork (WNS)—Letters i <*--> %  -"w"ii|/.m., ne ~ ^ ...,.-,.-* ,. u nmtie 1:11 allotK,. .i,^, ^-i 01 %  e her of Jews now suffering from op now heads dominates the European ment made by the Council for Ger,! pression In Poland. Germany and field in radio and phonographs man Jews headed by Sir Herbert s : ,: twy wou,d shor,1 >" other countries. As chairman of The Grand Street Boys Association, Samuel. In explanation of the rea7\"V ^ ash i inK,on "' the Council of the Jewish Agency uf which Sir Louis is a member, wns for its stand. ,ho executive Is, f Ul POlltlC '.,,-H >n offices were sent to all members sued e ,„. w,n B statement: „ f ,,„. rnir „ (1 guU)a senate, It .. rhe Jewish Agency Executive dl8cl08ed by ,„, hm g wu f to pubic.se the t „ lit „ : of 0pmIon M ^ aziMP h M ni-:, commissioners decision fix,, inn ,, < % %  >„ ,i, i • address al a d nner at which prizea ing at 620 the Jewish labor sched,. r ,. a „„.„„,I„J ., .,,.,., ,. werfl awarded to the winners of for Palestine, the body recognized waa particularly excited ami tent as the supreme Jewish author tj In the rebuilding of Palestine, he baa losely followed the inquiry ol the Royal Commission and developments pertaining to tin Jewish position in the count y, In a dramatic idea for united support on the part of all Jews in America in the face of the present situation. Lord Melchett issued a warning in which he pointed out that the Jews of the world cannot permit it to be said that "In returninn to their historic homeland the .hws I110t difficulties and ran away." "We have gone much too far to turn back. We must triumph. Wo lm a cable of congratulations, SCIENTIST PERFECTS CURE FOR INSANITY ule at the disposal of the Jewish Agem y tor four months. The Ji arista Agency Executive feels compelled to voice a strong protest against a decision which drastically Opinion'-essay contest on how to combat antiSemtism in America. against Dr. Helmuth C. Engelbrecht, Christian writer, who won first prise, led to the guarding Of the dinner by an agent ct th'; Pittsburgh l WNS)—The revolutionary discovery that shocks brought on by large doses of insulin can cure hopelessly insane persons was explained to the an"fects Jewish labor Immigration, nual meeting of the American ^cing it to insignfcanl proper,'',.,,',:;,, Psychiatric Association by profes-j "ons—in glaring contrast to the -or Manfred Sakel, famous Vienna ''"migration needs of the Diaspora psychiatrist, who developed the : ancl t,le Je "' s ,a, nr requirements new insulin treatment in the same : Palestine. The Jewish Agency University of Vienna clinic where J 'PI>liocl for 11,850 certificates, Sigmund Freud perfected his the, '^" 1 n investigation In p^e'winneH ory of psychoanalysis. Mailed as WMCh a government representative j.-.,..].,,,, D and two plainclothes men of the New York City police. Other speakers were Dr. Engelbrecht, Kahhis Joshua Trachtenberg and Victor Eppstein, second and third Clewls, Jr., Sonny Ennis. Dwlght can not faU tor I not only of one of the most Important develop Participated. The government Inl^Z' ChriattaiTis*lvuTr "nj" _, • %  .. i..,.ir, n..i--..„„ K..< „, .. ..., .......... i %  %  Retsner. in. II hard. Beverly (urn-, w all Harrison, Bill Howlngton, •' Hunt. Frances Keating, Eleanor Morrison. Ren N Smrys Slieppard, Petty Stone and Dot Talbot. gainst Ft. Lauderdale Al a meeting held last Tui night at the Shrine Hall in Ft. Lauderdale members of the newly formed synagogue, with Abo Newman presiding, formally adopted the name of Lauderdale Hebrew Congregation. Mrs. Ruth Nankin was elected Secretary to Succeed Mrs. Bundle. n ilgned. A rising vote of appreciation was extended Milton A. Friedman, attorney of Miami. his aid In organising the congregation. A business meeting will Inheld Tuesday, June 1, at the S I in. Hall, at which time by-laws adopted by the board of directors at a meeting held last Tuesday at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Reis will be submitted to the congregation for approval. In urging greater support for thi praecox. Medical authorities be,ivi,y Principle. But the agency I, Lord Mellieve that the Sakel discovery regards the practice as a complete chett said the Jews "cannot expect opena the way for further dlscovnegation of the principle, the non-Jewish world to fight our ,.,.,, wn | cn „ m i,,. |(1 t() ,.„,.,.. |(r : -The method subdividing the battles for us." KING PLEDGES ROUMANIA CHALLENGE HUNGARIAN MAYOR TO 100 DUELS • i H NSi Mayor Andor neuroses and manic -depression. WILL HAVE NO POGROMS MILLIONS OF DUNAMS AFFECTED IN SUIT Bucharest (WNS) —Roumania will have neither pogroms nor civil war. King Carol assured B| Bucharest correspondent ol the Paris Soir, organ of the French Popular Front, who had told him Of the fear of the Jewish and cratic population of Roumania that anti-Semitic agitation might lead to pogroms. Tiie King affirmed thai his government had taken all such forms of Insanity as hysteria, "chedule accentuates ta unfair Palffyi of Szeged, who recently reT i Jewish Agency appiicato change street names In tion contained an Item ot 700 tot liia town to those of anti-Semitic [017 of immigrants leaders, has been challenged by 100 who could be absorbed in existing met [ the Nail Arrow and agricultural settlements and trainCross Society to fight as many nters With funds specifically duels. Mayor Palffyi haa Indii provided by the Central British thai the whole business Is too silly Council. This was not part ot bul or ser IderaOon, and that additional to the labor require-1 he will probably refuse to a ments. The present grant allo-1 the challenges. BY SULTANS HEIRS J. rusalem i WNS I a test case of far-reaching importance thai involves millions of dunams land in Palestine and surrounding countries which has brought to Jerusalem a special legal advisor sent from London by the British For eign Office will get undei was when the court begins hearing evinecessary measures to safeguard denca n he BUlt OI the heirg of peai e and order in his country. Jewish News Around the World MELCHETT SAYS PALESTINE ONLY PRACTICAL SOLUTION OF THE JEWISH PROBLEM Declaring that settlement in Palestine Is the only practical and reasonable solution to the Jewish problem in Poland, Germany and other lands, the Rt. Hon. Lord Melchett of England, who arrived last week following an extended tour of South America, told a group of prominent Jewish business men and professional leaders that rescuing the Jews from oppression In Central Sultan Abdul Hamid of Turkey tor property which they claim Is theirs. The heirs of the late Suit: :i. said to comprise 21, are represented by Prince Mohammed Sellm, eldest son of the former Turkish ruler, who has brought suit against the Palestine government for restriction of 4,500 dunams of land in a village near Jaffa. The Prince, who is represented by M. Welnshall, claims title to former Turkish crown lands which the Young Turks' government nationalized before the war. On the MOVES TOWARD UNITY Paris (WNS)—The wide gap separating the Consistoire, official representative body of native-born French Jews, and the Federation of Jewish Societies in France, representing immigrant Jews, was narrowed at the second annual national conference of the federation when spokesmen for the Consistoire, the ICA and the HICEM addressed the meeting. Rabbi M. Liber, speaking for the Consistoire.' outcome of this test case depends emphasized the urgency of closer j the ownership of millions of dunams relations between the two sections ; of land in Palestine, Syria and of French Jewry, but warned the j Iraq and includes the Mosul oil federation against taking any po-. fields. The peculiar nature of the litlcal stand lest it hinder unifica-1 case and Its widespread implication. Unity was also fostered by \ tions have brought to the Jerusai ] the fact that Baron Robert de lem court house an imposing ar-! | Rothschild, president of the Con-' ray of legal talent headed by Atsistoire. Joined the federation. torney General Randolph Copland of Palestine and the attorney genMEXICO REFUSES APOLOGY eral of Syria, who are appearing TO NAZIS FOR STATUE jointly for the defense. 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Friday, May 21, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti Flaridlian FLORIDA'S ONLY .' %  WISH WfcKKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 2l"a PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue Phones 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manimr BERNARD MORGENSTERN Field Repreenlative Entered as lerond cla>f> matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office at Miami. Florida, under the Art of March 3, 1878. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO TAMPA MRS. B. J. COHEN MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative Representative SUBSCRIPTION One Year ... I2.0C FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1937 Vol. 10— No. 21 21<<^*> A Lack of Self-Respect "There is nothing more degrading than the lack of selfrespect" is an axiom that cannot be gainsaid. And too often is this true in these modern days of our own people, those of the Jewish faith. The Catholic child trained in the faith of his fathers never apologizes for his holidays ... he is proud of them the Protestant child, when properly trained, looks one squarely in the face when the observance of a church holiday occurs. If he must be absent from school because of such a religious observance on his part, he so advises his school teacher or principal, and with head erect observes his religious duties, even though absence from school is required. Why it is that only Jewish children are afraid to observe their own religious holidays, we are at a loss to understand. Why it is that Jewish parents insist that their children go to school and take their examinations on Jewish holidays is beyond our knowledge. Certainly it is not because of the Dade County school authorities, whose co-operation in all such matters has been beyond reproach. And well may it be said of these school authorities that they are only too happy to aid those Jewish children who want to follow the faith of their parents. Examinations are gladly postponed and held on days other than Jewish holidays for those children who request them. Cannot these children be made to realize, cannot their parents be taught that they are only heaping contumely and shame upon their own heads? Cannot they be made to understand that instead of earning the respect of their non-Jewish associates they are being made ridiculous in the eyes of nonJews? Will they not understand that a lack of self-respect brings a lack of respect from others. Cannot the lesson of Germany, of all Mah Yoffis Jews, be realized? Lord Melchett Here To Spur Palestine Fund Drive The Rt. Hon. Lord and Lady Melchett of Eng'and arrived here last week aboard the S.S. Western Prince following an extended tour of South America. Lord Melchett, who is one of the foremost industrialists and younger statesmen of Great Britain, has come here in the interests of the United Palestine Appeal, the $4,500,000 nation wide campaign for the settlement in Palestine of large numbers of Jews of Poland, Germany and other lands. This picture shows Lord and Lady Melchett as they were greeted by notables who came aboard at Quarantine for a special U. S. Coast Guard cutter assigned to the welcoming committee. In the group are, left to right: Dr. Stephen S. Wise, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal; Lord and Lady Melchett and Deputy Commissioner Harold Fowler, who represented Mayor F. H. La Guardia. OTZiamL By HARRY SCHWARTZ According to the arranged Bchedthe Royal Commission will also injle, several Friday night games %  c i ude | n j ts re ,,ort the recommendawere to have been played, but Nat t|on Q Hjgh Comnllssioner Wau ISlumbeig, representing the Y. M. .. ,.,.. chope to limit Jewish immigration !l. A., contacted the officials, whoi promised that no games will be t0 10 000 annually, to curtail Jewplayed by the Y. M. H. A. on Fri day night. A Call To Our People There resounds throughout this entire area a call to the Jewish people to attend a meeting sponsored by all the Jewish organizations of Greater Miami. Jews are a curious people. The mere fact that all Jewish organizations in Greater Miami have united should arouse sufficient curiosity on the part of ail to compel attendance. Will the Jews of Greater Miami respond to this call? Will they show that things Jewish mean nothing to them, or will they, following the examples of their forefathers, respond in the traditional manner '•Naaseh v-nishma," "we will do and we will hear?" Will they tell the world by their actions that the Jews of Greater Miami are vitally interested in what is going on about them, or will they by their negligence show their disregard of Jews and Judaism? Will the Jews of Greater Miami face the issues now confronting them as real Jews, as American Jews with heads erect, squarely looking the future in the face, or will they by their neglect ignore these facts as did our German brethren who awoke only too late? Too much cannot be said much must be done ... our rabbis, our lay leaders cannot do everything ... it is the Jewish masses who must respond whenever the call is made. What will you do? Y. M. H. A. Defeats Shriners The Bhrlne Diamond-Ball Club, last year's champions, and the Young Men's Hebrew Association opened the Civic League season last Monday at Moore Park With the "Y" triumphing over the champs by a score of 5 to 1. Hy Sacks, outstanding hurler for the "Y," limited the Shriners to four hits, while his mates garnered six oir tbe delivery of Art Welland. Leo Llpowsky, star center fielder, connected with a home-run drive on Bernle Prank and Ralph Gross man to clinch victory. Nat Blu nberg, veteran firs) baseman, received two Of the six hits made b) the -V" to start the season off In tiptop fashion. The acquisition 01 Aaron Weinkle as manager has shown its effect, with the boy playing inspired ball. Ernie Beiler, recreation director Of Miami, announced that in addl tion to the Shrine and Y. M. H. A. the league will he composed ol Brotherhood of Railway clerks. Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce, Police-Firemen, Post Office, Woodmen of the World, and the Marine A. C. Each team will be permitted to carry 18 players, but only 15 of them may be active. All players must be members of the organization they represent. The age limit was set at 25 years, and no team may put more than five players on the field under 25 years of age. The league will not have a split season, hut at the end of the regulation schedule, the second, third and fourth-place clubs will meet in a round robin series, the winner to play the team which finished in first place for the league championship. ish land purchasers and to establish a legislative council, according to reports from reliable Y. M. H. A. To Sponsor Dance gources Bot h plans will be proOn Memorial Uay. Sunday. May posed |n he commissions reporti 30, a dance and frolic will be held eaving (he Jewg tre alternatIVO at the beautiful Merry Go Round, of gelectlllg the least obJet -tionable 8700 Blscayne Boulevard. Mr. lack one Alonzo, proprietor of the Merry Go Round, promised Nat Blumbergl and Aaron Weinkle. co-chairmen. CAPITAL OF TEL AVIV PORT that all tickets sold by the memNOW MORE THAN DOUBLED bers Of the team would be honored j gratis at the. gate. This means Tel Aviv (WNS.—Palcor Agencythai If you would like to help this Af{er hear|ng ., .,.,„,,., ,„ Ull ,„.„... fund to purchase your tickets In re8SJ in he al ,. Jew sh port of Tel advance from any member of the Avlv wni(ll nas oxceeded tllc vx team or from Harry Smart, care pectatlona of its most enthusiastic laker of the "Y." Admission is 15 liU11|lorterai 7oo shareholders atcents with entire proceeds going tending a general meeting of the tor diamond-ball equlpmenl only. PalesUnc Marine Trust voted to Let us ail get behind these boys im rease ,„ 0 ,..,„,,.„ of tne ( ()ipo and give them the support they de„„„ fl nm l00000 to o.-.u.ooo serve. pounds. The new funds will be used for the extension of the port. The Y. W. 11. A. held their nominations last Tuesday, May 18, with ried Hoofien, managing director of the Anglo-Palestine Bank the nominating committee selectand head of the Marine Trust, who |ng the following candidates: | presided at the meeting, de. lared Por pn, idem, Mrs. Marlon Shintha| ,,„ : „ hi ,,,„„,„, (: ,,,„ ,„„, dell and Ida Knglor: vice presl,,.„, 0| „, n ip „,, „„ expectation8 dent. Rosalynd Preldman and Mrs. ^ gaye ^ ^^ ^ bel|ev iris .Slumber*; secretary, Janet .^ (hat ^ .,-,., Ay|v ^^ Karasik and Mrs. s. shenkman: become one of the greatest achievecorresponding secretary. Alberta m ents of the Jewish communi-v in Tannenbaum and Eleanor Rubin; PaIest ne treasurer, Clarice Shier and Mrs. Catherine Morris. Elections will he held next Tuesday, May 25. Refreshments will be served. Thanks to Charlie Serkin and Harry Smart for donating the beautiful Wilton Rug to the "Y." DEMAND DISMISSAL OF EXCHANGE STUDENTS New York (WNS) — Immediate dismissal from the classrooms of Cleveland's public schools of the 100 German boys and girls sent there on an exchange arrangement is demanded of Mayor Harold H. Burton of Cleveland in a telegram COMMISSION TO PROPOSE CURB ON IMMIGRATION AND LAND PURCHASES from tne Non Sectarian Anti-Nazi League. Moving to prevent school London (WNS)To exert pressure on the Jews not to reject the proposed partition plan which authorities in all parts of the country from entering into similar exchange plans, the league charged that the German youths enrolled would divide Palestine into indem the Cleveland schools are agents pendent Jewish and Arab states, | of the Nazi propaganda ministry,



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sassssa— wJewisti Florida an CQMBIMNG Yffie Jiewttsfa fUm'ity Vol. 10—No. 21 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1937 Price Five Cents THE WORLD'S WINDOW POLAND AND THE WORLD By LUDWIG LEWISOHN Noted Cleric To Address Meeting Dr. Delman J. Kuykendal, pastor Beth David To Confirm Class of the Plymouth Congregational This column ie copyrighted by the Seven Art* Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or In part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be proeecutcd. The official proclamation of the new government party in Poland, the Camp of National Unity, represents the very nadir of barbarism In that rapid deterioration of human civilisation which has gone on since the war. "The Jews are too numerous. The solution is mass emigration." That is brutal enough. What follows, however, breaks both the expressed and tacit agreements of human society and plunges It back into the jungle. "We cannot wait until the problem solves itself by the disappearance of the Jews, for we must without delay find employment for the Polish population in trade, industry and the handicrafts." In a word, war is declared by a state against three millions of Its nationals, a war of extermination. This desperate situation illustrates a good many things. First, law Is useless, agreements are useless, treaties are useless unless men consent to them from within. When the Polish Republic was set up in 1919 the treaty makers thought they had done their duty by giving the national minorities, including the Jews, all necessary rights within the new state. But from the beginning the dominant Poles trod under foot the minority rights embodied in the treaties and not only those of the Jews but those of the other large minorities as well. For It must not be forgotten that this new Polish Republic was and is a state of many nationalities. Of its roughly thirty millions of Inhabitants only—again roughly—sixteen to seventeen millions are Poles. Stories were authentically told me as early as 1924 of Ruthenian voters being met by machine guns at the urns. The Jewish parlimentarians were even then desperate over the callous disregard of all treaty rights. The Allied Powers could hardly keep garrisons in Poland to protect the rights of the minorities banded over to the Poles. Mr. Woodrow Wilson and his colleagues in Paris had faith in written law. That is the trouble with lawyers and lawmakers. They do not know that laws are useless unless they are the expression and codification of a pre-existent morality. The law Is already in the consciousness or R Is nowhere. All this is true and universally true. Nevertheless the tragedy is again specifically Jewish tragedy. Members of other minorities in Poland doubtless suffer lacks, wants, injustice, indignity. No war of extermination is declared against them and none can be. And that for two reasons. Either, like the Germans in Posen and West Prussia, they have the moral protection of a powerful national stavM across the border or, like the Hut :icmans. they are attached to the soil, their soil, their immemorial soil from which the mass of them' cannot be driven without a clamor | from them and from their millions of fellow-nationals across the bor-' der in the Ukrainian Republic which would Indeed fill the world and give pause even to the Poles. Only the Jews are defenseless. Only the Jews. Because only tba Jews lack the two natural defenses of human groups: a state of their own somewhere in the world that can speak for them and close set tlement on soil that is their own. So long 'as Jews remain what may well be called an interstitial population, a population dwelling and working in the accidental interstices of any given social and economic order, they will continue to be defenseless whenever through economic contraction or nationalistic re-integration the interstices close. This is true of Poland. It may become true of other countries. I do not say that our people are not to continue to fight to the uttermost for their rights in Poland. 1 do not say, God forbid, that world Jewry and especially American Jewry is not to support our brethren in Poland to the very limit of all we have and are. In this spirit 1 salute my dear and honored friend Sholem Asch on his mission here in the service of our brethren In Poland and all those men and women in America who are cooperating for the defense and relief of Polish Jewry. But I want at the same time a hard-headed facing of realities for the sake of the entire future of our people. We need a state—not necessarily an abstractly sovereign one—and a soil; we need a polity and a land. Not otherwise can Jews, not otherwise can any Jew be safe with even the poor and precarious safety of other men of other peoples. All roads lead to Zion. All events in Jewish history have one moral. We must fight upon two fronts. We must fight for our rights upon the narrower front of every specific land that denies them. We must fight upon a wider front—a front as wide as the world and as the whole of the Jewish people— for the reconstruction of a majority of the Jews In the world upon our ancestral soil within a polity of our own. We must apply all possible palliatives to the suffering of our people; not for an instant must we forget its cure. We must fulfill the doubleness of our historic functions. We must preserve ourselves as that people, par excellence, which guards by Its fortunes themselves the moral meaning of the historic process. (Copyright 1937 by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) Church, will be the principal speaker at the cultural meeting sponsored by all Jewish organizations of Greater Miami at Temple Israel next Monday evening. February 24, at 8 o'clock. Dr. Kuykendal will speak on "A Jewish Homeland from the Christian Point of View," and will bring to the subject a knowledge of many years. He is one of the most outstanding liberals lu religion, sympathetic to every faith and the finest in all culture, and has been for many years interested in ethics, justice in human rela lions and the ethical principles of historical movements. He is on the faculty of the iniversity of Miami and one of the most force ful speakers In Greater Miami. Rabbi Colman Zwltman will pre side. Among the other speaker* who will bring messages of In* portance are Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner and Mr. Harry Zukernlck. Noted vocal and instrumental artists of this area will be heard in a musical program during the evening. The public is urged to attend, as this meeting is designed to bring to their attention matters of the utmost welfare to their own inter ests as Jews. Beth David Congregation will hold its annual confirmation exercises at the synagogue Sunday evening. May 23. beginning at 8 o'clock under the direction of Mrs. Harry Oliphant, instructor of the Confirmation Class. Participating In the exercises will be Cantor Louis Dayman and the Beth David Choir. The theme of the confirmation will be the history, ideals and principles of Israel. Original essays on "Israel's Biblical Heroes," written by the conflrmants, will be presented during the evening. The main address will be delivered by Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congregation. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, superintendent of the Sunday school, will present certificates to the conflrmants; Mrs. Sol Rotfort, president of Beth David Sisterhood, will present Bibles, and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, in charge of the Teachers' Training Class, will present teachers' diplomas conditioned on certain post graduate work. Members of the confirmation class are: Nanette Cohen. William Dock. Martin Dubler, Her beri Fischer. Jack Oilman, Lucille Cropper. Shirley Jamison, Pearl Kallsh. Ruth Kendal, Betty Kirschenbaum. Teddy Lazarus, Bobble Resni'-k. I/eRoy Rubenstein. Gloria Schneidman. David Seltlin. Bella Shaft and Murray Zohn. Those receiving teachers' diplomas are: Evelyn Auslander. Klysee Bacher, Josephine Freed, Irving Ginsberg. Martin Greenberg. Thelmn Kronenfeld, Shirley Pepper. Esther Pont. Howard Schwartz, Harold Shapiro, Julius Sokolow. Adele Sootln and Miriam Welntraub. A reception by the parents of the conflrmants will follow In the Talmud Torah Hall. The public is extended a cordial invitation to attend. Jewish News Around the World DE HAAS' DAUGHTER WEDS KINSMAN OF BRANDEIS New York (WNS)—Florence de Haas, daughter of Mrs. Jacob de Haas and the late Jacob de Haas, Zionist leader and biographer of Louis D. Brandei8, was married here to Lewis N. Dembitz, grandson of the famous Lewis N. Dembitz of Louisville and kinsman of Justice Brandeis. Mrs. Dembitz is a member of the legal staff of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and her husband holds a post as research assistant with the board of governors of the Federal Reserve Board. LITTAUER GIVES $100,000 TO UNIVERSITY IN EXILE Shekel Board Begins Drive Mr. Harry Zukernlck, chairman of the Greater Miami Shekel Board, announces that plans have been made for the sale of Shekollm In the Greater Miami area by representatives of every Jewish organization. Efforts will be made to contact every Jew and Jewess in this area. The sales must be made and the declaration which is an integral and important part of the campaign must be signed Anti-Prejudice Bill Introduced New York (WNSI—A grant of $100,000 to the University in Exile toward the $212,000 sustaining fund being raised to finance the faculty through the academic year ending in 1939 has been announced by the Lucius N. Littauer Foundation Dr. Alvin Johnson, director of the institution whose faculty Is comprised of exiles from Germany and Italy, said that Mr. Littauer was inspired to make the grant by the address of Thomas Mann, who spoke at the university's fourth annual celebration. JEWISH BIRTHRATE IS DROPPING FASTER THAN ANY OTHER PEOPLE'S Of great interest to Jewry throughout Florida is the introduction of House Bill No. 1444 last week in the Legislature of Florida by Raymond Sheldon, a young attorney from Tampa who Is the representative of Hillsborough County In the Legislature. This bill would make It unlawful to print or disseminate literature which would create or bring about race hatred in the State of Florida. A similar bill was introduced recently by Representative Holt of Dade County, but was defeated In the Judiciary Committee. The Florida Federation of B'nal B'rlth lodges is actively working to bring about the passage of this bill and members of the Tampa lodge have been doing splendid work In Its behalf. Representative Sheldon is devoting much time to insure the passage of this bill. not later than May 26. Volunteers to help In this important work are needed and those interested in helping this worthy cause are asked to communicate with Mr. Zukernick immediately. New York (WNS)—The birthrate of the Jewish people is dropping faster than that of any other people in the world and if the present trend continues for four or five decades world Jewry Is threatened with a 8tationery population, according to findings made by Professor Salo W. Baron of Columbia University in a new three-volume "Social and Religious History of the Jews." Intermarriage, birth control, suicides and the steady diminution of the commercial class are the principle factors responsible for the falling Jewish birthrate. Dr. Baron says in warning: that the Jews are faced with a greater threat to their survival than at any time since the First Exile. "The Jews, who, in the period of western expansion, led the world in numerical increase, now. In the period of general recession, show a more retarded growth than does any other people," the writer declares. He points out that France, with a low birthrate of 17 per thousand, has a higher rate than many a western Jewish community which can show only 10 or less. MASSACHUSETTS 8ENATE VOTES PROPAGANDA PROBE Boston (WNS)—A special commission to Investigate the activities of and propaganda for Naziism. Fascism and Communism in Massachusetts was authorized In a bill by the state Senate without debate. .sfc



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Friday, May 21, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. 6996 Albacore Drive—5-9875 MIAMI BEACH RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31 at St.—2-9548 MIAMI One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. CONGREGATIONAL ,— 0 At the services this Friday evening, May 21, at 8:15 o'clock Dr. Kaplan will speak on the subject, "Zionism, Judaism and AmericanIsm." Services will be conducted by Rabbi Zwitman. The discourse of the evening will be upon a timely subject, vital to all Jewry, especially In view of the public mass meeting to be held next Monday evening. May 24, In oar temple, under the sponsorship of all the Jewish organizations In Miami. "COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 0 0 o On Friday evening. May 28, the commencement exercises of the high school department will be held in our temple at the regular Friday evening services. A proBran of the exercises follows: Opening prayer, and services; Milliceut Roth; reading of the service, Raymond Cowen; prefatory address, Harriett Levin; Joaclianan Hen Sakai, essay by Melvin Katz; Saadyah, essay by Marion Freed; Ala.monides, essay by Fred Bulbln; Spinoza, address by Cella Dobrin; Caro, essay, by Barbara Neuteld; / %  lass gift presentation, Florence Corel; presentation of diplomas, president of the congregation; presentation of Torahs, Mrs J. H. Kaplan; address, Rabbi Kaplan: address, Rabbi Zwitman; adoration and closing prayer, Stanley Davis. A reception for the graduates will be given In Kaplan Hall after the services. The public is cordially Invited. BAR MITZVAH Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis announce the Bar Mltsvah celebration of their son Leonard, to be held at the temple on Saturday morning, May 29, at 11 o'clock. A reception for friends will be given in honor of the Bar Mitzvah after the services. oGENERAL On the occasion of the beautifully Impressive confirmation service held last Saturday morning in our temple many laudatory and congratulatory comments have been received. We cannot mention all of them, so we pick at random the following telegram: "Rabbi Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman, Temple Israel of Miami: "The National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section, congratulates your confirmation class, and may the young men and women rJoSusT BROS Rv^ J~ is the BEST/ Zm White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortex Hotel composing the class lead upright lives in accordance with the tenets of Judaism, and prove a credit to their parents, teachers and their dear rabbis. With all the best wishes. (Signed) "MRS. ISIDORE COHEN and MRS. A. RUBIN." Several gifts have also been received, one from a grandmother of one of the confirmans who was not present at the confirmation, but who sent a check to the temple from her home in Baltimore, and also a gift from a local resident who had no chtldren confirmed this year, yet believed the service to be indicative of such merit as to warrant an unsolicited gift. We cite those: nstances as acts worthy of emulation. TEMPLE CALENDAR o o Friday evening at 8:IB o'clock. May. 28, commencement exercises; Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. May 89, Bar Mitsvab service of Leonard Lewis; Sunday morning at 11. closing exercises (May 30) Sunday morning, June 6. Sunday school picnic. Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE By PHINEAS J. BIRON Fascist Flashes That letter from William E. Dodd, United States ambassador to Germany, to members of the U. S. Senate, disclosing that an American billionaire is plotting a Fascist dictatorship, is the tip-off on Dodd's forthcoming resignation He never got on well with the Nazis His successor may be Myron C. Taylor, head of the United States Steel Corporation The list of names signed to that protest against the Nazi bombing of Guernica contained many people who during the last presidential campaign were ac cused of having Fascist sympa thles ... Is it true that Mary Pickford told reporters on her return from Europe that "I think Hitler has been marvelous for Germany? Guess what American sports writer is to get a medal from Germany for his "good-will efforts" in connection with the Olympic games A swastika on a poster outside the Stillman gymnasium In New York was ripped off by Eric Seelig, German Jewish refugee boxer, who was stripped of his DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1764 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-tlll BOBBINS BOOFING SHEET METAL WORKS Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 16th St. Phone 2-1705 titles by the Reich sports authorities .This may be a bit confusing, but we have been told that there are actually conditions under which a good ami Nazi can justifiably buy German goods If a German refugee, whose holdings are now in the hands of the Nazis, refuses their offer to release It in the form of merchandise, he does them a double kindness in that they would be in possession of both his property and the merchandise, which, if removed from Die country, might at least serve in some small way to drain off German economic resources Gas-Bag The real responsibility for the crash of the Hindenburg rests with the Nazi regime She was built to use helium, not hydrogen, and the Hindenburg's builder. Dr. Eckener, was assured that the United States' ban on the export of helium would not Interfere with the sale of the gas for the German airship .. But when the Nazis began to cut down on all exports and to restrict foreign exchange deals, they were unable to pay for American helium and had to use the highly inflammable hydrogen Wonder what the Nazi survivors of the Hindenburg thought about being treated by Drs. Segal, Goldstein and Toiben, all non-Aryans ... A couple of Jewish organizations that wanted mail to reach Europe in a hurry had scheduled to send it by the Hindenburg on its return trip ... It was the late Maximilian Harden, German-Jewish journalist and publisher of DieZukunft, who was one of the few men who always warned against pinning exaggerated hopes on the value of lighter-than-air craft for passenger transportation Years ago ie predicted that the huge bulk of the dirigibles would make them extremely vulnerable under unfavorable atmospheric conditions There were a number of GermanJewish refugees among the weeping throng at the funeral services for the Hindenburg victims Amid the singing of the Horst Wessel song and the "Hell Hitlerlng," the refugees justified their presence on the ground that the Hindenburg represented the real Germany Taking no chances on not having a helium supply for her dirigibles, Russia has appointed I. V. Mendelson as director of a new helium plant. About People New York's East Side took a special interest in King George's coronation because one of its own, Louis Stirling, president of the British Broadcasting Company, was knighted in the coronation honor list Stirling became a British subject two years ago Washington political circles are wondering what and who intervened to prevent Robert L. Berger. radio director for the Democratic National Committee, from being appointed secretary of the Federal Communications Commission The $7,500-a-year job was supposed to be In the bag for him The refusal of the Department of Commerce to permit Dick Merrill to take any passengers on his transatlantic flight prevented Milton S. Cntermyer, Samuel Untermyer's nephew, from making the trip Young Untermyer was at the airport when Merrill took off. all set for the voyage The Ijouls Levys of Seattle are still excited over Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to their city because the First Lady spent one night as the guest of their niece, Marls Chaney. a dancer The Zionist district of Burlington, Vt.. will need a new president In the Fall, when Ludwlg Lewlsohn takes up his residence in New York Incidentally, Lewlsohn Is slated to become dramatic editor of the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate Estelle M. Sternberger, who as executive director of World Peaceways made the nation peaceconscious, is now an honorary member of the Women World War Veterans Marianne ReisserWerfel. sister of Franz Werfel. is the author of "Turandot Resigns." a new play which is creating a sensation in Switzerland AntiJewish prejudice at Princeton is breaking down Samuel Ginsburg of Princeton lias been named varsity debate manager there Wonder whether Dizzy Dean, the Cardinals' pitcher, knows that Benjamin Disraeli's nickname was also Dizzy ... II. Gordon Barbedian of the New York Times staff is doing a biography of Albert JACKSONVILLE „d II, M.'Vtl.KI BEACHES VACATION "Jacksonville's Leading Hotel' J ACKSONVILLE FLORIDA GARNET! ANDREWS. M.n.ja. ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT .1 ihi. modern, fireproof hotel in the heart ol downtown Jacksonville. Every room with tub end thowcr, tort water, eeilinj fan, radio, flatted tuiimer door... Every Bed with inncupring metbcii and reading lamp. Running ice water on every floor. AIR CONDITIONED COCKTAIL LOUNGE COfFEE SHOP DINING AND MEETING ROOMS Ratci-Sinjle with Rivet* Bath 73 Room, $2.00 80 Room $2.50 40 Roomi $3 CO 24 ROOT,. $3 50 10 Sample Roemi with Private Bath 14.00 —. Slrfht Incrcaie lor double occupancy Oil,.. I POUND H.l.lr HOTEL PATIEN ^ HOTEL 0ESOTO Chn.ooi. T.i Einstein. Bruited Abroad Paul Robeson, the famous Negro singer, is planning a visit to Palestine In order to study Hebrew songs While in the Holy Ijind he will take a course in Hebrew Wedding bells are reported in order for Hitler Berlin rumors say he'll make Pola Negri Frau Hitler After nearly "00 year without a Jewish house of worship, stduents at Cambridge University will have their own synagogue ... its cornerstone has just been laid England's new Queen, Elizabeth, gave Nazi Ambassador Ribbentrop the cold shoulder when he greeted her at a coronation court fete in Buckingham Palace by giving the Nazi salute One of the six announcers who described the coronation for the world-wide audience was Harold Abrahams, who won the 100-meter dash for England at the 1924 Olympics "Christ and Mohammed" Is the name of a new anti-Jewish league founded in Palestine with the avowed purpose of exterminating the Jews The 100 per cent increase in diphtheria deaths in Germany last year is attributed to Julius Stretcher's propaganda against the use of anti-diphtheria serum developed by Virchow, Koch (Continued on Page 8) HAD ANY HEADACHES -y LATELY ? 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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 21, 19:!7 Jacksonville Notes An affair which was greatly enJoyed by members of Hadassah was the Spring Dance Wednesday In the Windsor Hotel. Samuel Kassewitz was master cf ceremonies and was assisted by I. M. Lieberman and Harry Backs. MIM Annette Marco "as chairman. Miss Hattie Slott. ticket chairman. and Miss Rpbecca Smith, refreshment chairman. The committee in charge of arrangements for the luncheon to be riven Tuesday, June 1, in the Jacksonville Jewish Center by the Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged Is composed of the following: Mrs. L. Schevitz, Mrs. J. Shapiro, Mrs. S. Lasarow, Mrs. M. G. Chelerter, Mrs. Sam Bryan. Mrs. Louis Wolfson, Mrs. Sidney L. Blattner. Mrs. Ben Baker, Mrs. Herb Talisman., Mrs. Bene Becker, Mrs. Pete Haimowltz, Mrs. Milton 1. Hollins. Mrs. Perry Kantor, Mrs. G. Levine, Mrs. 1. M. Lieberman, Mrs. Oscar Margol, Mrs. A. Nabin, Mrs. A. Krlstol. Mrs. Abe E. Selber, Mrs. FYed Soforenko, Mrs. J. Splvak, Mrs. M. Stein, Mrs. J. T. Wilensky, Mrs. Sam Wltten, Mrs. H. Toffee and Mrs. H. Roeenzvaig. chairman. The Jewish Progressive Society beld Its semi-monthly meeting at the Jacksonville Jewish Center last | week. L Cohen addressed the organisation on the aspects of the social security laws. This was followed by a debate on the proposal to add additional members of the Supreme Court. Refreshments were served following the meeting. The Jewish Progressive Society Is a local ogranization composed of approximately 200 business and professional men of Jacksonville. Officerf^of the organization are: I. M. Lieberman. president; A. P. Carnot. vice president; Murray Glicksteln, secretary, and Moe B. Safer, treasurer. The confirmands were: Anne Morgenstern, Clara Lovitz, Gertrude Hollinger. Annie Laura Feinberg. Bernice Kasover. Frimit Silberstein, David 1'roctor. Alexander Schneid-r. Abraham UoBCOViU, Jacob Rosner and Jacob Snider. Each confirraand delivered a short address based upon a graduation essay. Mrs. David Torn, soprano, sang appropriate confirmation hymns. Rabbi Morris D. Margolis led the 1 congregation in a Pente. ost serv-l Ice in which the confirmands participated. He delivered the confirmation message. Max Rubin, president of the Jacksonville Jewish Center, presented each confirmand with a certificate of confirmation. Mrs, Joseph Hackel. president of the Daughters of Israel, presented the confirmands with Bibles and prayer books as a gift from her organization. Following the confirmation service a reception given by the parents of the confirmations was held in the center auditorium. Senior Hadasasb Is sponsoring Its annual donors' affair, which will be a banquet Tuesday evening. May 26. In the Jewish Center. Mrs. Sam Weiss, chairman of the "give and earn" campaign, is being assisted by Mrs. Ira Stein and Mrs. David Harris, in charge of catering and reservations, and Mrs. Louis S. Joel, program and entertainment. Mrs. Robert M. Travis of Atlanta will be the guest-speaker. Strictly Confidential i ontinued from Page T i and von Behrend "because th<-se men were radically infected by marriates with Jewesses or friendship with Jews" Brazil's bg' him and listen to his homely pi.il-' partmental reserve of 150, which osophy Although he couldn't j leaves C20 at the disposal of t.ie read a single Hebrew letter, knew practically every book in the library, one of the largest collections of Judalca in the world Of the J2S.00O.0UO raised in America for overseas aid of one kind or another in 1985, $2,000.00'came from Jewish sources ... A certain Josef Moses Grumer of he: Jewish Agency for Palestine. At the same time an amendment to the immigration rules was published authorozlng the high commissioner to issue a schedule for leas than the usual six-month period. The lat grant issued by the government comprised l,8uo gest radio transmitter is being Zurich, Switzerland, is circulating constructed for the Marconi Comj PW j sri leaders here with a letter pany and the Sao Paulo paper jn which he says he can halt the Diarios Associados by Leon Schulpogroms in Poland and aid the man. radio technician. Tid-Bits Evelyn Morrissey. a high official of tr.e Joint Distribution Committee, who recently made a trip through the Agro-Joint's Jewish farm colonies in the Soviet Union, is having the diary of that trip| t he ] ate xx, u | s Rubinstein, published Miss Morrissey. who j leader and sportsman. is not a Jewess, is one of the old-1 est employes of the J. D. C. ID point of ervice She joined It in the war days when, as a girl in pig-tails, she became a volunteer worker Half the Reform rabJews in Palestine provided the Jews agree to believe in God An imposing committee has been formed In Montreal to sponsor the Dominion Boxing Championship proceeds of which will go toward the establishment of a memorial to civic TEMPORARY IMMIGRATION CERTIFICATES ARE ISSUED Jerusalem (WNS)—A schedule SIR SAMUEL MAY CALL HIMSELF VISCOUNT OF MOUNT CARMEL bis of America are mourning the | of 70 labor ""nBrtion certificates death of a Janitor ... He was Ed Glassbrenner. who next July would have completed 25 years of service as janitor of the Hebrew Union College Library There's scarcely a singll rabbi who graduated from college since 1912 who didn't know Ed, confide his problems to A feature will be the presentation of a number of "living pictures." This part of the program Is In charge of Mrs, Louis S. Joel. for the four months ending with July was announced by the Government Immigration Department. It was made clear that the temporary grant for the four months instead of the usual period of six months was Intended to give the government the freedom to determine th future of Jewish Immigration on th basis of the Royal Commission's report, which Is expected to be issued In July. The 770 certificates authorized Include the usual deLondon (WNS)—Sir Herbert Samuel, who was elevated to the peerage by King George in the coronation honors, may call himself Viscount of Mount Carmel, it was reported by his friends. Members of the House of Lords may keep their own names as they may adopt new ones Identifying them with their place of residence or other location. Samuel's connection with Mount Carmel Is Achooza Samuel, a piece of land on Mount Carmel which he owns. Should he adopt this name he will be prob ably known as Viscount Carmel. 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