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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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wJewish Floridian
Gssaum Tlhe Jewish Unity
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 20.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1038
PRIOE FIVE CENTS
URGED FOR JEK
Jfew York, (WNS)A campaign
I,, r.-.iv $1,000,000 through $1.00
gill- from each of the estimated 1,-
(KlO.dOO Orthodox Jews in the United
States and to allocate the money for
tin coordination of Orthodox religious
education and the support of YiMhiva
College in New York, the Chicago
Theological Seminary and other
American yeshivas and Talmud Tor-
nlis was announced by William Weks,
|,i. tident of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations in n report to
tli,. organization's fortieth annivcr-
sarj convention. The coordination
would be carried out by the Union's
national Ortho he said. Mr. Weiss also announced
plans for raising $25,000 with which
la provide a subsidy of $500 to each
of 5)1 rural Jewish communities in
many parts of the country to enable
them to defray the cost of engaging
Hebrew school teachers in areas now
lacking them.
\ message from President Roosc-
vclt to the convention expressed the
hope that "all who participate will
renew their devotion to those prin-
ciples of civic and religious liberty
which are embodied in oiir Oonstitu-
lion and have been the cornerstone
of American policy from our begin-
nings as a nation." Speakers at the
convention included Joseph II, Fres-
l.au. r. Representative Sol Bloom and
Uruee Barton, Judge Samuel Mandel-
haum. Dr. Bernard Revel, Rabbi Her-
bert S. Goldstein and Judge Nathan
P. Perlman. Mr. Weiss was re-eleet-
ed president of the Union and Mrs.
Isidor Freedman was named president
of the women's branch, succeeding
Mrs. Herbert 8. Goldstein, who held
the office for thirteen years.
LEADER URGES
U. S. IN PALESTINE
New York, (WNS)The way to a
restoration of peace and prosperity in
Palestine is the creation of a United
States of Palestine to be made up of
Arab. Jewish and English states to
!> linked in a federal system of gov-
ernment under the presidency of a
British high commissioner, it was de-
clared by Bernard Rosenblatt, Zionist
leader, who came back to America
from a long stay in Palestine to win
support here for his plan.
Acording to this plan the three
states would be soverign' and have
their own territorial boundaries and
autonomous local governments, but the
whole country would have a single
currency, a unified defense system, a
single foreign policy. Under such an
arrangement, Rosenblatt said, the
Jewish state would have complete
freedom to determine such matters as
immigration.
A federal senate in which all thr.-e
slates would have equal rcpresenta-
tion would be the national legislature.
KLIHU STONE
IS DECORATED
Boston (WNS) Elihu D. Stone,
Boston nttorney and Zionist leader,
"ill be decorated with the order of
Gediminaa Grand Duke of Lithuania,
commander degree, by the Lithuanian
government at a dinner to be held
her on May 25th. He is to be deco-
rated "in recognition of distinguished
1 rricea" to Lithuania.
REFUGEE AIDS
TO MEET SOON
Geneva. (WNS)--The first meet-
ing of the intergovernmental commit-
tee to further the emigration'of refu-
gees from Austria and Germany in
accordance with the plan outlined by
President Roosevelt in his invitation
to S3 powers will be held at Evian-
les-Bains, France, on July 0th, it w.is
announced by Leland Harrison, Unit-
ed Stntes minister to Switzerland, and
confirmed by the American State De-
partment in dispatches from Washing-
ton. Mr. Harrison's revealed the date
and place of the meeting in the course
of a conference with members of th"
League of Nations Council's commit-
tee on international aid to refugees,
who had called on him to offer th?
League's cooperation in carrying out
President Roosevelt's program.
The League officials informed Mr.
Harrison that they had prepared a
report for submission to the Council
recommending a three-point program
for refugee aid : 1cooperation of the
League High Commission for German
Refugees and the Nansen Office for
stateless refugees into a single auton-
omous office to aid refugees of nil
nationalities and creeds: 2coordina-
tion of League efforts in behalf of re-
fugees with Roosevelt's plan of rli, 8participation by the League High
Commissioner for German Refugee* In
the July sixth conference.
DIRECTOR TO
BE HONORED
In recognition of the splendid and
self sacrificing service rendered lo the
Greater Miami Community by Dr.
Aida Sloan since her assumption ol
the duties as Superintendent of Alton
Road Hospital. Miami Beach, a ban-
quet will be tendered in her honor at
the Roney Plaza Palm Garden Sun-
TO VOTE
DR. AIDA SLOAN
New York. (WNS)The four
questions which the American Jewish
Congress was to have submitted to all
participants in a plebiscite to be held
in connection with its democratic elec-
tions on June 25th, 26th and 27th
have been abandoned and in their
place the voters will be asked to de-
clare themselves on but one question
asking: "Do you favor a union of all
American Jewish groups engaged in
safeguarding the equal rights of Jews,
which shall undertake to create, for
the defense of such rights, a single
all-inclusive agency organized on a
democratic, representative basis, in ac-
cordance with American ideals?"
Announcement of the change came
after a meeting of the Congress' ad-
ministrative committee. The an-
nouncement did not use the term
"plesbicite." but referred to a refer-
endum. The change in the questions
does not affect registration for the
elections. M. Maldwin Fertig, nat-
ional chairman of the board of elec-
tions reported that 200,000 booklets
containing ten registration certifi-
cates each have already been distrib-
uted throughout the country.
In Miami the Oreater Miami Elec-
tions Board of the American Jewish
Congress will conduct local elections
under the direction of a committee
eonaiating of Harry Simonhoff, chair-
man, and Messrs. Benj. Bronston. J.
Louis Shochet, Baron de Hirsch Mey-
er, I. Levin, Elry Stone and Mesdames
Benj. Le Vine and Max Dobrin. All
local Rabbis will serve in nn advisory
capacity.
All local Jewiah organizations will
be addressed by members of the Com-
mit t... and a mass meeting will be
held prior to the voting days to tell
of the significance of the movement.
Registration certificates may be ob
talnad from the chairman or any
member of the committee. Because of
the importance of the work involpe.l
day evening. May 22, beginning at
o'clock. Judge William A. Walsh
will preside.
Among those who will address the
banquet which will be followed by a
dance are City Manager Claude A.
Renshaw, City Councilman Baron dc
Hirsch Meyer, Father William Barry,
Rev. Elisha A. King, Rabbi Mosas
Mescheloff, Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, Mrs. Anna Brenner Mankes,
and Judge William H. Beckham. A
very fine program has been arranged
and a cordial invitation is extended
to the general public to attend.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
ELECTS OFFICERS
Mr. Isaac Levin was re-elected
president of Temple Israel last Wed-
nesday night at the annual meeting
of the membership held in Temple Is-
rael. Dr. Frank Coret was named
vice-president, Leonard Epstein, sec-
retary, Harry Nevins, treasurer and
H. I. Homa financial secretary. Nam-
ed to the Board of Directors for ex-
piring terms were: Herman Wohl, J.
Gerald Lewis, B. W. Slotc. Frank
Perlman, Bernard Feldman and Abe
Aronovitz.
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman were re-
elected Rabbis of the Congregation.
all are asked to contact the comme-
rce to obtain registration certificates.
TUNE IN SUNDAY
MORNING AT 9:00
The Jewish Floridian will
again present another in its
series of weekly broadcasts
this coming Sunday morning
over Station WKAT (1500 k.
c.) at9:00o'cloek. It's full
of interesting news and com-
ments and music.
B'NAI B'RITH AIDS
YOUTH A LI YAH
WashingtonB'nuiB 'rith's new cxe-
entive committee, elected at last
week's fifteenth general convention of
the Order here voted $10,000 to the
Youth Ali.vah after a iiersonnl ap-
peal from Mrs. David de Sola Pool
of Hadassah and Mrs. David Grecn-
burg, national president of the
Youth Ali.vah.
B'nni B'rith's contribution of $10-
000 will thus enable the Youth Ali.vah
to take care of 28 children.
The executive committee also ap-
proved the sending of a substantial
sum each month for the coming year
to buy kosher meat for Orthodox in-
mates of various philanthropic insti-
tutions within Germany. This was
in response to a written appeal from
the Chief Rabbi Hoffman of Frank-
fort on the Main, who pointed out
the increasing difficulty of German
Jews in procuring kosher products
due to the severity of Nazi laws and
to the general impoverishment of
philanthropic institutions in Germany.
FRAUD ORDER
IS ISSUED
Washington. D. C. (WNS)A
fraud order denying the use of the
mails to n lottery believed to be spon-
sored by the German Government has
been issued here by Postmaster Gen-
eral Farley. The order bars from the
mails the Saxon State Lottery and
August Streit of Leipzig, a collector
and agent for the German govern-
ment.
FEDERATION PLAN
PROPOSER HERE
The first of a series of educational
talks on the features and plans of the
proposed Federation of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Welfare Agencies was
delivered by Mr. Stanley C. Myers,
chairman of the Provisional Commit-
tee last Sunday morning over Station
WKAT during the Jewish Floridian
broadcast.
A campaign to educate the general
public with the work and scope of the
proposed organization will be carried
on to culminate with a mass meeting
some time in June when the public
will be asked to vote on the adoption
of the plans under which the organi-
sation will conduct its work. All
Jewish adult organizations will be
asked to approve the plan and have a
representative serve on the governing
bonrd of the proposed Federation.
The general public will be represent-
ed on the Board of the organization
by members elected at large.
New York. (WNS)German-Jew-
ish refugees in the United States will
be the princhal beneficiaries of the
sum of $100,000 given to the Joint
Distribution Committee by the execu-
tors of the estate of the late Jacob
Fox. president of the Owner's and
Tenants Electric Oompnny. Inc.. at
presentation ceremonies in the J. D.
C. offices.
Fox entrusted the $100,000 to the
executors of his estate to enre for
Jewiah refugees from Germany, and
the executors selected the J. D. C. as
the recipient. The fund is enrmarker
for expenditure in this country and
a large part of it is to be turned over
to the National Coordinating Com-
mittee, which aids refugees here, and
toward which the J. D. C. is a
heavy contributor.
PLEA
Berlin, (WNS)A formal rejec-
tion of the United States' govern-
ment's emphatic protest against Gen-
eral Goering's decree reserving to
himself the right to utilize the prop-
erty of all Jews, German and foreign,
on the ground that it discriminates
against American Jews and thereby
violates the German-American com-
mercial and friendship treaty of 1933
was foreshadowed by the German
News Bureau with the publication of
a Foreign Office statement denying
the American charge. Answering the
complaint contained in the note of
protest handed to the Foreign Office
on May flth United States Ambassa-
dor Hugh Wilson, the statement de-
clares that since foreign Jews arc
treated exactly the same as German
Jews under the terms of the decree,
there is no basis for protest.
Terming the American claim "com-
pletely unfounded." the statement de-
clared "the article in the German-
American treaty hearing on this mat-
ter provides, among other mutual
guarantees that to citizens of both
countries be given the same rights
as to citizens of either in carrying
on commerce or practicing a profes-
sion and that nationals of either
country are, in principle, to be ba-e.l
on an equal footing with nationals of
the other as regards the carrying on
of trade and commerce. The decree,
however, provides that foreign Jews
are not to be treated worse than Ger-
man Jews. The opinion expressed in
the American note of unequal treat-
ment of different groups of the con-
tracting parties' citizens on the basis
of race and sex finds no support in
the treaty's text. This extraordinary
American standpoint would eventually
lead to a situation in which any dif-
ferentiation in treatment because of
sex. age or professional training
would likewise be forbidden."
NAZI LEADERS
HELD FOR COURT
Bay Shore, Losg Island, (WNS)
After hearing testimony by Roy P.
Monohan, state commander of the dis-
abled American Veterans, and Sidney
Boehm. a newspaper reporter, Justice
of the Peace Moses W. Drake held five
officials of the German-American
Settlement League, a subsidiary of the
German-American Bund, for the Suf-
folk Grand Jury on charges of vio-
lating the state civil rights law. The
accused, together with a sixth defen-
dant who had been held for the grand
jury on a similar charge after a prev-
ious hearing, are accused of violating
the law that requires membership or-
ganizations demanding an oath of
bers with the secretary of state. The
members to file a list of their mem-
six Nazis are the heads of the organi-
zation operating Camp Siegfried at
Taphank.
New York. (WNS)Startling evi-
dence of Nazi spying in the United
States is lwliovod to have been laid
In fore a Federal Grand Jury here by
the recipient. The fund is earmarked
Leon G. Turrou. agent of the Depart-
ment of Justice. The two officials
testified amid the greatest secrecy
while armed gunrds patrolled the cor-
ridors of the court room.


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FpmAY.MAY20, 1938
THE JEWISH FLOBTDIAN
PAGE THREE
wJewisti FIcridliaKi
PUBLISHED EVERY FEIDAT
P. O. Box V*
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21 8. W. Second Avenue
Phon.. 2-1141; 2-11*3
J LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
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under U>. Act of Hulk I. IMt. ^_____________
mid fri.-n.lH ..f ili.- Y. M. B. A. tnxr-d
tin- capacity of Hi.- Y etabroomi l"'
Sunday at the third iiiiiimil BUUI
and K.-stivnl gifM l.v ill.- orgiiniaa-
li.m.
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its xinc.-r.-Ht Ihiinkx mid appreciation
to ii- many Indlrlduala ana concerni
who so graetoDaly ...i".- <" ..or aid
when called upon for donation.
.The Y. M. II. A. wiih enri-hed by
approximately fcMio.OO.
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FRIDAY, MAY ,20,1938
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 20.
A SIGN OF THE TIMES
Demonstrating that it is awake to the call of the day, B'nai
B rith in its triennial assembly of delegates representing seventy
odd thousand Jews in all parts of the world planned for the fu-
ture of Judaism when it determined to enlist in the battle on
two fronts.....self-defense against Anti-Semitism and a con-
structive strengthening of Jewish consciousness among Ameri-
can Jews: Expansion of the Anti-Defamation work of the Order,
and work for the increase of Hillel foundations and other cul-
tural work. _. ... ,.
The change in leadership was a sign that B'nai B nth reali-
zed that it needed a younger, more understanding man at its
helm one that was not hidebound by precedents and traditions
of a gone day.....Henry Monsky, native born Omahan is
the son of East European Jews.....active in every phase of
both Jewish and civic work, Mr. Monsky was not too big to
head a Talmud Torah for a long number of years.
Jews are beginning to realise what lies ahead of them. .
B'nai B'rith as an integral factor in a live, pulsating Jewry,
will not hesitate but join the host of conscious Jewry......
In Miami. B'nai Brith, composed of every phase of Jewish
life representative of every activity, has kept this idea in the
forefront .... here we think for ourselves.....active in
the boycott movement......in the front for the organization
of the necessary Federation of Jewish Welfare Agencies .
in helping the American Jewish Congress......in furthering
the realization that every Jew must do his part in the general
scheme of life......in Anti-Defamation work despite the
lack of help from national sources that it should rightfully re-
mondball team aponaora nn nffnir to
rains the neeeenary monlca to aflpport
tli.- rarioua athletic team* repra
entlng the T. If. H. A. Thi* yaaf
they ill aponaor party nod dance
,,t the beautiful and apaeiooa eMe
center. Wtal eouM be nicer than
for yon and yonr frlenda to get tnr-
ti.-H of four. *\x and twenty tog-tln-i-,
attend and maha marry and at lha
name time rapporl oor athlete* Al
Reiaman and Sal Blomberg nre co-
chairmen and nr<- dolni well bit
of work in diapoaihg of the tfchrta
which are retailing for flAO per per
aon and wboleeallng t l-iM par coo
pie. Juat tahe n fool, edrleu no I ct
Hide thia night if you're loohing foe
,, cay arenini enjoyment. Ticket*
,aj be parchaaed from any n
of Ho- lean
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if than i- ><> '"' k'""-|','"" of
Infracted Jewish root" in eVsaerlea
lh..-J.liglil of A....IO.....lewfl '*'">
Vl.r fr-.n, .... will ba ...or- deeper-
,.. ,,,.. Its pRglpt today, Ignorance
peralyaee any <> < ",,"w'"
world; it mahan Urn the prey of Bw
fllBl H.-ou..dr-My d. imagogue who
efcooaag to roar in aim. Ignorance
for h Jew ll 'v.-n nWM -I'M" ""
jawlah Igg-tanee for a -l--""'.-
him Kor be eeeapta the eatteaete oi
bimaalf .....f '" i"""1' *'"" lliK "';"
Hie. i,,-,....- or frankly peoeteM. An
Ignorant Ie aannol be eelf-reapeci
In, taoaaan being. He cannot defend
hii..-.-lf or hi" peopla ." "-orld In
which both nead dafenee. To enelare
wiuii maai the Jowkh booh i" Bog-
Hal be hk. I
it miiHt be elegant, brief gad iheep.
K.l.-KHi'i. brief, eheap, >" esqule.M
rfngliah. It" character iiiiihI Ih- o'-b
ilmi Jawlah H.nior Hi Harvard will
proudly leave .1 lying aronnd to the
uwpaedea of Ua Oentlle eomr.....-
Than gnal i- itoraa of aneh booha.
They gnel leol kv "> ehgrmlng.
Thai BflgM ha i" avary ahep and In
etaij Jawlah Cantai and In A"......'
IuiIIh of erary MyiiK"K"'' "'' "'i'1"
and In erary "T." They ...-. ba ghf.
qnltlona In collage beet ahope end
,..t t- the firt objerta thai ".'
,i. eyea of Intalllgenl Jawlah bore
and glrle wharwrar they eongregata.
HIC'II iff i HBimw -- *...... ...... p.--......
oat of drewnatnnea he adde enehm Ar,(| ,| hooka maal coal thlrty-nu
Pome to the R
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f:r-' claaaea in cnliath.
able gnidance of Contain Berajde An
honr era. deroted to tJ
which will be held wary To'-Hav .
f;,ll in line and bring along bat*-
in anil or idaorta and low heeled
ho~.. The Y M H A pr,
to hcT'- recaption rwaanrfttee on
hand tit th- enwetaaion to lirr.h*r yon
further with v.m aancMg e*
Caaae on girl, and fcwa Captala Ber-
aid.-- rrm eleaa, Ifa *" '.n 'ha
S-xi Tnaadar following th eaJhv
Ihenir. 'he Y. W. II. A. will hold 'he
finale of their p.iWie -neakinr etaaaea
with Ita riaafrnara. IflBa Oora Boen-
hNH preatdtag. A atoot intereat.ng
prngram ha- been arraog. '
plea-ure. Mr-. Marion Shindell. v,re
p^idenr Of 'he Y W. *>'
daring 'he aber: 4 M
who .
iii.i.i of lew.
I hare reeentlj ""' '"'"'v '""""
.I..W-. yoong '.,.-.. and yoong n......m
Tnej are an attrectire general.....
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wo., and Inetrocttd. Man
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ami) the Innom. "'
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Jewish Bee* in the Eng h l^ngnaga,
What kind of a boofcr
Sol the learned tlm aaagw
rteienl bowerer "

aoBara ^"-i apwardt and that a
dragged hoaae from '',r
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like the pwblleatlone of '
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By HARRY SCHWARTZ
blairny Teltler -
--. A Harry Hchwarta
ted fo rthe two year per
; Beehman. Al IVrk-
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daaan. rrai B Pete -
man. Manny Teitler, Ham feitl.n.
fflrindeO. Sidney rWall. Jnlea
W .: an.! Harry rVhwartz. fief
he one year term: Al "***
T>e Kaplan. Joe Berman. I!
Hein. n*r-n Gordon. Mil'/m Fn.d-
man. Aaron Frailieh. EaM I-'b*r-
, m'an, Bemie Seleran. Max IM*
rf, Safer, rrr. Bamer W.inkle.
_______ Pr Harold Rand. Trr Milton !a.loW.
,y ,.,.,. s. B. Miller. Prank
KKHI I.TH OP V. M. H. A. }Ufrf j^ Herman W. i
NOMINATIONH TrMn }Urrf ,!. Max Pbankman.
Xerer before hare I aeen a man re \ ,rrT Orooabarg. Walter Ml llir
oeire n/-b a tnmnltona nation gVealffJanaf r,ikker. Joe 5inv>n. M^ran-
being p,opeed for re e.eetion to the ^heflm. Balpb "
preaidency M the Y M If A h.t T.itW. U Bo-enrh. land Haixy
girer. la Vr~i4*t,t T. AIU" MM. : H.b.arta fm the night gfjMS*
AJ decMood the nomination for boa- ^,. je M thoae nowaea Wmm
iaagaiaaaeg* The nominee, for M ,. u, JnnT doty J -bar
mxfWMxm vixx*
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Meyer, and 5a* Btaaaben
rorrtrtt
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Ie h ahead fat nejr week with three ^ -
eoaaawnrire pm "> be atal M.,n-
d,- Taeda7 sad WeaTaaaahi
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MM aaaaaaa da-e rh^r ha
of their | ea
enough for aeennd
CSaaga m xrui *n
Jrk P.rerzman aa the birth of a
h.h7 garl akeaeaagi te m* "
rhariea BUn who fgBl r^maW ganB
heir hail I an. ** ,'r
j,er. Karamk. -Ho aajS aerr-tary f
,he T w. H. a aaajgaaa hi *"
ff>wriniek anW Al HwaUag wh "
married Tharaday at She Xinnan
prudent at thia time fh, T and ret yonr dne, p.M no
man. Aiin
K/^enfeld
and Praak R/eaa. Ve-e
Pr^4er.t: frr Milton
ftMl,.*. Ttr. IfaroM
Rand anH AI Oro-a-
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"haa*d m ad-rm^e f-ooi aa7 avmbar
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IffjMI orrp.giD
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.niwnnea, that free d-bie ha*. Va-
m,. wiT V gia -e> Vr a>rl
, inre-Mrred rakin* op fhio
nnmeal nammanr T>en. am gir-
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feed hag a. P"' o enalt Tmr
;ng rhi. .e"ir.n Herman Wairxman.
ardent T member and mnang '^"*
operas Put on aceaea taken of thn -^^ ^ >fl(w>]|w ^^ ^ ^^ MKmM
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sembcra gam iaT'-
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FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1938
THE JEWI8R FT.ORIDIA.N
NEED FOR GREATER PALESTINE SETTLEMENT 8TRE3SED AT DLNNER IN HONOR OF DR SILVER
The need for BhMJMai settlement in Palestine to aid rirthm of oppresnio *- s!r~wj b> prominent laMBara in Mm Kawa at a tii>/f.i*l dinner
to Dr. Abba BH Silver, of Cleveland. National Chan-man of the I'nited MatflM Appeal, at a dinner la w*fc hlrh marV'd the /*, poiai
f Greater New York Campaign of the I nited Palestine Appeal. A merle 4n Jewry wa* iir*w| to mrrt the >ftwr in P.art*ft Ur^K iM '
doubled efforts in behalf of maximum settlement in Palestine of tMM an-' <+*"*** MB* PMl Khoai l.*tt I" KiM MMawJ #Mal I hair
man of the New York Mnj Rnser W. Straus. ('>-( hairman: Dr. Steph n s. Wi-*. ( hai.-man of the aTlHBflu CaflMMM of the I P \ <
States Senator Robert i. Bulkley of Ohio. principal peaker; l>r. Silver, the faca! ..f honor: iwl rVaMMrlrl r <,rnm*r. Van President of Tti>pt
Kmann-KI. who acted a.- toastmiMer.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenne and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES aJESCHELOPF. Rabbi
JJ Jeffaraan Annul
Phar-t 5 'Mi
MAURICE O. MAHCHEI. Cantor
72J Meridian Avanu*
'Phtnt 4-2011
rha*ed from any HiMw.'h memb-r
or the Rabbi. At the laat meeting
'of the Habanotb rondueled by Nat-
al- Fe'W-r. president. Jfn. Meaebel-
,'.' bjmmc. was MM by Mr. E.
Garden. Mm. London. Sisterhood
. preident. presented BiWea to the
member* of the graduating elaa* and
leommraded tkrm oa tb^ aplendid
I work tbey were doing and greyed
Mr aad Mr*. Sam Guttman inrite tbem a future Benben of the
all th>ir friead* to attead the Bar terbood- R.freshments were ~r>*4
Mi-rra eereaaaay of their w>n. Loni. aftr the meeting.
ike ahuw thia Saturday morning I ONGRATl 1.ATI0NH
.- -vnagoga*. Rabbi Mo-es M~- < **
'f w- : addrea* the boy af"r Mr- wMMM Rmefc m **
fflftnt | will be -err-! MfffMJ
- tie agrafes, by the parent".
SERVICES
Shachriaa: 7 .-00 and :00 morning*, i,
Mines* fro" K p- Sabbath: Fri-
ray ereaing at : p. m. Saturday
--in* at 7:00 and :00. Saturday
-7>oou at J0 foUowed by ShaJ-
Soodoaa.
BAR MJTZVA
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n'* './ VI ;. J*'-* BM I A MM
b* aaattvci j r'.ir.-l >/f II iaar f',r
rb f.l*ridi<1 p-'iram wh'b w pr
+!."! rh T-mple under 'be 'ar-
able direetK.n r,f Mr. Bertha B. I^T7
O.r ,-. '* J'k r.d r.; %r*i*9 of
intellij*ntia.
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Br-rber Bn f>ri kaa a//w oV,r.
aed hi* 'iahowoer aeetare pr#J/, rfwM la
be.a the rarafeMj K-h
3ma*er apaneatioaa. Ba haa da**
*fl in ki r.r^t aaitia a fr**^
irer of the MM and wpva ar aeieiee
aM M RMaa
far aaj* a i
JIVIOR CONGRK'.ATION AMI
YOING MBTi GROLT
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mr na*e h:- -*4^.n lh*l
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l.l aland for fiftaen or iw.-iity
*Mkl ihi'I M-rn- MM alxml
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Tbla it moagh to nybadf.
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THE WORLD'S
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PAOE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY 20, l938;
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"OUR LIGHT"
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO. FLA.
Services tonight 8:15 p. m. Title
of Rabbi's sermon"Life's Greatest
Possessions." Friday services will
continue until the end of May. As
Shevuoth marks the first anniversary
of Rabbi Skop'l leadership, there will
be a special anniversary service to
"lose the year the Friday before Shev-
uoth. Rabbi Skop will deliver a
pedal anniversary sermon summing
up his first year's work in the South
and will outline further programs for
the future.
FEDERATION OF JEWISH
CHARITIES
To systematize the various chari-
ties and to avoid the constant stream
of representatives from various pat-
lonal organisations, the Orlando Jew-
ish community is setting up a Federa-
tion of Jewish Charities. The fal-
lowing representatives were called to
a speeial meeting by Rabbi Skop, B
J. Cohen, T.. 8. Frankel, S. Zagoren,
Mrs. Nat Berman. Nut Berman, Mrs.
Rosen. Mrs. r.. Jacob, Mrs. J. K.
Wolf. Mr. Friedman. Mrs. M. Blact-
ner. Mr. I. Coplon. The following
resolution, re passed: That a Fed-
eration of Jewish Charities he set up
in Orlando to meet monthly, starting
in September, to carry on all chari-
table work, united campaign, and lo-
cal cases; contact will be made with
every national Jewish organization
on the Federation of Jewish Charities
will be by president and two members
of each organization, including Con-
gregation Ohev Sholem. R'nai B'rith,
B'nai B'rith Auxiliary. Ladies' Auxi-
liary of the congregation. During the
past year, more than S2.T00 was spent
on non-local charities and national
Jewish causes.
CONFIRMATION
Complete preparations have been
announced by the chairman of the
Parents' Committee, Mrs. Max Blatt-
ner. for the Confirmation Service
which will be held on Monday night.
June 6th. at 7:15 p. m. A most im-
pressive service has been arranged
with fourteen confirmants. The
School Board chairman, Mr. Gus
Bear, has arranged to present, in the
name of the Congregation. Bibles and
Diplomas to the class of 1038. The
musical service will be presented by
Mi. Fli Hnimovitz. Mrs. Birdie Wei-
ner and afim Alice Steinholtz. All
Jews in C.-ntrnl Florida are invited
to attend this service.
SOCIETY
INVEILING TO
TAKE PLACE
The unveiling of a tombstone to the
memory of the late Samuel Rojen-
ihal. father of Mrs. Herman Wall,
Mrs. Charles Marks. Mrs. Herman
Marks. Josephine Rosenthal. Abra-
ham Rosenthal anil Edward Kos.-n-
thai will take place Sunday. May 22
at 3:30 p. m.. in the Jewish section
of Woodlawn Cemetery with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. AH friends
are asked to attend.

RETURNS FOR SIMMER .
VACATION
Miss Alberta Marie Tannenbaum,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Tannenbaum of this city will return to
Miami on May 22 from New York
City where she is attending Parson's
School of Fine and Applied Arts, to
spend her summer vacation with, her
parents. She will leave for New York
City in the latter part of August to
continue her course of study there.
B'NAI B'RITH CONVENTION
STORK SHOWER
In honor of the "blessed event" ox-
p. Cted by Rabb and Mrs. Skop some-
time soon, the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Congregation Ohev Sholem sur-
prised Mrs. Skop with a stork shower
nt the Synagogue on Tuesday after-
noon. Some seventy ladies were pros-
ent. showering the expeted arrival
With everything from bed to safety
pins, including hank acount. A spec-
ial program f skits and songs was
arranged by the program committee:
Mrs. Dora Wltenstein, Mrs. Gus
Bear. Mrs. ,.. .T;l,,,,, Mrs ^^
Pilverstein, Mrs. m. H. Block. Mrs,
TV Salomen. Mrs. j. Becker. Mrs T
K. Wolf. Mrs. R. Katz. Mrs. Birdie
Weinpr. and Mrs. J. Ottenberg. The
H bbl Bl I Mrs. Skop take this means
"f their heartfelt appre-
' to everyone wl,o helped nr-
tM lovely simchn.
CLOSING EXERCISES
. The elosing exercises for the Re-
ligious and Hebrew Schools will be
held this Sunday, May 22nd. nt 10:(V)
a. m. A special program is being ar-
ranged. Special addresses by Jack
Hoffman on the "Destiny of the
T.w" and Phil Opper on the "Worth
of the Jew" will he presented.
STAG CLTB
Due to the death of a close frlead
of one of the Stag Hub officers, the
Installation Banquet and Dance
scheduled for last Sunday was post-
Poned to this coming Sundav. Mav
-2nd. at the Palms Hotel in Apopka
Enough tickets have been sold to as-
sure the success of the affair. Addi-
tional reservations must be in bv
Sunday noon. This social event prom-
ie to be one of the most outstanding
'f the season. Invitations are herebv
extended to ,]| vnun(t M| ^
men from Central p,orida. g^
-" couple, including eight-oourse
iTLi wi"* ,'rv"1 T>^ompt,'
at B :0O p. bi.
At a special meeting of B'nai B'rith
held ilii< week, committees were np-
pointed by President It. J. Cohen and
Mrs. Nat Berman of the B'nai B'rith
Auxiliary f,,r the Southern Dlstrl I
Convention to be held in Orlando on
Sunday and Monday. May 20th and
80th, at the San Juan Hotel. Out-
standing Jewish leaders in America
will be present. An open cultural
1......Hng will be held at the synagogue
on Sunday night. Business sessions
and luncheons on Sunday and Hondas
and banquet and dance at the Orlai do
Country Club on Monday night. The
local lodge is bending every effort to
arrange an outstanding convention
with expenditures close to $1,000. A
pedal B'nai B'rith degree team from
Charleston. S. C,., will initiate, at a
novel service, new candidates. Mem-
bership committees, under Mr. Marti.i
Segal and Rabbi Skop. are endeavor-
ing to enroll new candidates. All
men who have not yet sent in their
dues are urged to do so at once. Send
checks to Mr. L. S. Frankel, treas-
urer. West Church Street.
RABBI IN TAMPA
The Tampa Junior Hadnssah bn>
invited Rabbi Skop to he the guest
speaker at its Donor Dinner Dance
to be held nt the Floridan Hotel on
Thursday night. May 26th. Rabti
Bkop will leave by bus Thursday af-
ternoon and will be the guest of Rabbi
Burger overnight, returning to Orlan-
do Friday afternoon. The title of
bis address will be "The Romai..... of
Our Pep|e." Rabbi Skop also ad-
dressed the local Civitnn Club at its
local luncheon on the topic: "The
Jew in The Modern WorldWhat Can
Christians Do."
New Miami Industry
Gives Protection
From Wind-Rain
SPINOZA GROI'P
H0LO8 MEETING
"Chasidism and the worship of God
With joy and gladness" was the topic
of Mr. Puschkoffs address before the
Spinoia Group last Saturday aft, r-
noon. The session was well attended
and was conducted entirely in Yid-
dish as a tribute p, the memory of the
great Yiddi-h humorist. Sholem Alech-
ani. whose anniversary occurred last
Saturday.
The charming and talented Son.v.i
Bogart, who frequently sang on the
Jewish Hour in New York, sang sev-
eral Yiddish songs. Mr. Yictor Jae-
ohy nlso sang a beautiful Jewish folk
song.
Next Saturday afternoon the Spin-
lawn of r)r. Wolfaon'a home. 105!) Col-
oza Group will meet again on the
lins Avenue. Miami Beach, at 1:30
p. m. After a musical program Mr.
Daniel Lawraneo, who traveled wide-
l.v in the Near and Far East, will
speak on "His Sojo-n with Qhandl
and what he learned fro mthe people
of India." All are welcome! Therr
is no charge.

SENIOR HADASSAH
TO GIVE BRIDGE
The annual linen shower will take
the form of n dessert bridge to bo held
in the garde,, of Mrs. B. II. London,
2840 Fairgreen Drive. Miami Bench
Monday. M..,v oor,, .^ p ^ ^
admission will be charged this year In
place of the customary piece of linen
and linen, will be purchased with
the proceeds for the new hospital In
Jerusalem. This arrangement is
made SO thai the linens sent will be
uniform i rum and quality. Mrs.
Samuel Katz is chairman and is being
assisted by Meadamea Barney Wrin-
kle. II. II. London. S. X Ualpert, Jos-
eph Williamson. Samuel Simonhoff
Morris Plant. Frank Coret, L Q
Harts and s. .1. Basker. All members'
and friends arc cordially invited to
attend.
head. George Storm, instructor of
dramatics and coach of fencing, will
play Romeo in addition to directing
the production. Others in the cast
are Dorothy Bell, Maxwell Marvin,
Rita Bornstein, Herbert Tuckerman,
Joyce Kelley. Willard Hubbell. Chas.
Squires, Jerry Fleischmnn, Richard
Ludvig. John Parrot. Myron Theil-
heimer, Daniel Satin, Jackie Ott and
Philip Salter.
Music will be provided by the T'ni-
versity of Miami Symphony orchestra
under the leadership of Walter Shae-
ffer. Proceeds will be added to lm)
University's Little Theatre fund.

IP LEAVE FOR
NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten will
leave by boat on Tuesday for Perth
Antony. N. J.. Waterbury and New-
Haven. Conn., and New York, where
they will visit their children and
friends and Mrs. Roscngnrtcn will
remain for the summer and Mr. Ros-
engarten for several weeks.

NATIONAL COUNCIL TO
INSTALL OFFICERS
The National Council of Jewish
Juniors will hold its annual installa-
tion banquet on May 29th at 7:30
p. m.. at Fassa's Restaurant. Mis.
Lillian Win her will act as mi.tress
of ceremonies and conduct the rituals.
Dancing and entertainment will fol-
low. Officers to be installed are Pnul
Burnett, president Lillian Willcns.
vice-president; Evelyn Auslander. re-
cording secretary; Josephine Itaxton.
corresponding secretary and N. James
Siegendorf, treasurer.
Included iii the committee on ar-
rangements are Miss Wucher, Miss :
Sophie Beavenick, Mrs. t;. Chertkoff, !
-Miss Martha Neham. Mrs. \. L. Sie-
gendorf and Mrs. Evelyn Silvermaii.
The public is cordially invited at at-
tend.
ENTERTAINS FRIENDS
HERE
Mrs| Mack Goldstein and Mr.. S,m
P. Cohen of Miami Beach entertaine!
a group of forty friends last sv..,.k ,.
a bridge and luncheon at Nan Young1!
restaurant. Prises were awarded for
high scores and an unusually fine
time was had.

CANTOR'S SON TO
BE BAR MITZVA
Stanley Hayman. son of Cantor and
Mrs. Louis Hayman of Beth David"
Congregation, will be Bar Mitzva at
services in Beth David Bynagogue to-
morrow morning. Stanley, who i, ,
Junior Cantor of the Congregation
and a pupil of its Talmud Torsi, and
Sunday School will recite the Maftli
and speak on the duties of ., p,nr
Mitzva. Rabbi Max Shapiro, w.ll r.n.
liver an address. Fololwing ,'
ices the parents of the Bar Mittva
will he hosts to the Congregation at
a reception in Beth David Ta'nnul
Torah Hall. All friends are a.K to
attend. No cards are being Issue I.
"GREETINGS B'NAI B'RITH"
DELEGATES
Stop at
PORT GATLIN HOTEL
during your annual conv, :r
May 29th and 30th in Orlan 1 .
Low Summer Rates and WIni r
Time Comforts."
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BEGINNING JUNE 7
WILL CLOSE AT
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EXCEPTING
THURSDAY and SATURDAY
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MTRAARHINGS!
ONE ACT HAY
The one-act problem play "Her-
ring." sponsored by the Youth Forum
of the Gongregation. including on
excellent cast, wjll be presented on
Wednesday evning, June 8th.
Barron'i Belfaction Leak proof and
pressure proof skyllghta and venti-
lators, manufactured by L. p. Ireland
Company at 343 N. W. First Court.
Miami, though only one year old has
shown a remarkable growth. Mr. Paul
W. Barron. inventor, states. The ven-
tilators are so constructed that when
wind velocity reaches 40 miles per
hour a louvre will close automatically
giving protection from blowing rains
and pressure. This pressure draft is
the cause of roof collapses during
high winds of hurricane force. It is
pointed out that in installation all
louvres on the lee aide will remain
open thus equalising the pressure
which forms in buildings. When the
wind subsides the louvre assumes its
natural position and ventilation is
made poaafble. In fact, the attic
temperature is reduced many degrees.
The ventilators are approved by the
FHA. Florida Rating and Inspection
Bureau, City of Miami and the Flor-
ida Hotel Commission.
WEDDING NUPTIALS
TAKE PLACE
The marriage of Miss Beaaia Bear-
"lick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Besvinick, to Albert M. Chialing
SOB Of Mrs. May Cbisling. took place
on last Thursday in the patio of the
Shorehain Hotel with Rabbi Max
8b>Plro officiating at the ceremony.
The bride was attended bv Miss Lyl
Chialing, sister of the groom as maid
of honor and Mrs. William Capland.
sister of the bride as matron of honor.
Herbert Marks served as best man. A
reception followed the ceremony

ROMEO AND JULIET
TO BE PRESENTED
The Cniversity of Miami will pre-
sent a two-nights performance of
Shakespeare's "Romeo arid Juliet" at
the Biltmore pools amphitheater in
Coral Gables Tuesday mainly for Unl-
v. iraity students and sehooi children
n general, with the final production j
Wednesday for the general public. '
Outstanding adult amateurs have
been selected for the principal major
roles with the balance of a cast of 35
persons being carefully selected from
(. the Univeratty'a dramatic department '
,of which Mrs. Opal Eduard Mottcr is
on yoiiA,
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
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THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PAT-
RONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY......
ACCOUNTANT
V. EDWARD8
Chartered Accountant. All branches
0?AccountinK. S^l
Olympia Bldg. PhoneJ5-8i._________
^" AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
General Auto Repaying
WRECKER SERVICE
AUTO PAINTING
Generators, Starters. Ignition. Prompt
ScrViCeQT]IQLEY'8 GARAGE ....
^-A^n Rd.. M-Bch., TeL_^9138
BATTERIES SERVICE
R \TTERIES AUTO AND MARINE
"* PRICED $2.95 UP
Recharging, Complete Electr eal nnd
353 Service. Motor Winding, Car-
bure,or B'^^^ERVICE
Expert Workmanship
BEST BATTER* COMPANY
1 y^rirwi.., St. Tel. 3-3212
BODY MASSAGE
Acauire the Body Beautiful
FOR LADIES
ReAiee or Gain S to 5 Inches
in 24 TreatmentsOolonic Irrigations
BEACH CONDITIONING CLUB
432 Eppnnol Way. Miami Beach
Phone 5-4335_________
BUILDERS
L,. E. EDWARDS, Contractor
Builder of MornlnBside
LEROY S. EDWARDS, Manager
C812 Biscaync Blvd. Phone 7-2100
In Miami Since 1898
"Let's Build a Home"
CONSULT me It that Is your "WISH"
CI wiU make it a REALITY." Plan-
ning, financing, building, that a my
"""'"JESSE E. MARCOUX
M7S S. W. lat St. Ph. 4-1428
BUILDING MATERIAL
E. J. WARNER 4 COMPANY-
Lumber Sand -BO** Brk;Jjle
Pressedwood Shingles R*}nK
Builders Hardware Dupont Duco
Paints .....
Everything In Bunding Material
8128 N. B. 2nd Ave. Phonea 2-1753
DRAPERIES
I'lenL'eiWhop
BETTER DRAPERIES
Phone 7-3636. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E.
ELECTRICIANS
For Years Master Electrician of Larg-
est and Most Famous Office Buildings
in the World
CHARLIE KALB
MASTER ELECTRICIAN
ALTERATIONSHOUSE WIRING
REPAIRS
THANK YOU PHONE 7-2817
HEALTH CLINIC
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
Repairs Contracts Alterations
LYON ELECTRIC CO.
The Oldest Established Electrical
Contractors at Miami Beach
DR. PD3RCE
WILL SOLVE YOUR
HEALTH PROBLEMS
Headaches, many other ache's, and
pains Immediately relieved by a drug-
less technique which Is positive,
soothing and effective in restoring
health.
Dial phone 2-7180 for an appoint-
ment for FREE consultation.
DR. E. STANLEY PIERCE
ORTHO-ANATOMIST
CHIROPRACTOR
Graduate P. S. C.
Our New Location
47 N. W. 12th Avenue, corner 1st St.
PICTURE FRAMING
TKT
ICTUR
FRAMING
EXPERT WORK Price
very reasonable.LEARY
' PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
1152 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone
2-2034J. E. LEARY.________________
SIGNS
FOR COMMERCIAL WALL-
OUTDOOR SIGNS
TRUCK LETTERING
PHONE 3-0515
RANKIN
SIGN CO.
_______118 N. W. 2nd Areaue______
PLUMBING
LANDSCAPING SOILS
PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per yard,
Muck, Marl or Mixed; Cow Manure
3 bags for $1.00. Delivered anywhere in
Coral Gables, Coconut Grove or Miami
Phone 4-4804, Agent will call.
LANDSCAPING AND MAINTEN-
ANCE. Soils and Sod. Fruit Trees
Pulms and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for
Flower Beds. Screened Soils for lawn
dressing.
Phone 5-2444 Nite Service 2-0744 ^ROSE Vh" A^L^-ls.^
- ,3-8612
Established Since 1014
BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CO.
Electrical WiringAny Size Job
Repairing Anything Electrical
Resident ial and Commercial
815 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-128S
FISH MARKET
BAKER FISH COMPANY
Always the BEST
Wholesale and Retail
Restaurants and Hotels Supplied
CITY OUBB MARKET
501 S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-0534
FLOOR COVERINGS
BUSINESS COLLEGES
COMPLETE Stenographic "ecje*arlal
and accounting courses. Member
National Association Accredited Com
COMFORT -|- PROTECTION
A WELL VENTILATED ATTIC
MEANS A COOL HOME
BARRONS "SELFACTION"
LEAK PROOF VENTILATORS
KEEP OUT BLOWING RAINS
and prevent high MMJ^g
in attic*. Let us replace your leaky
Tp. "IRELAND COMPANY, INC
343 N. W. First Court
____________Phone 3 6495___________
CEMETERY SERVICE
A COMPLETE Floor Covering Ser-
viceHotels. Apartment*. Resi-
dences.
Cleaning and Moth Proofing
LARVEX ODORLESS PROCESS
Many years of trustworthy service.
All customer's goods insured. MIAMI
CARPET CLEANING ft LAYING
Co., John A. Baker, Owner. 120 N.
W. 25th St., Tel. 2-2921.
FLORISTS
EXOTIC. GARDENS. INC.
Flagler and Tlrldge. Phone 2-6353
2-MH7. Peach Phone 6-2961 607
Lincoln Road. Office 2970 N. W. 17th
Avenue Phon 2-310'. Finest Assort-
ment of Fresh Cut Flowers n Miami.
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WIRED ANYWHERE
FLOWERS SHRUBBERY
BLOOMING Geraniums, bougalnvlllea.
Hibiscus, begonia, vines, crotons,
Belopcrone. Many not listed. 10c up.
Best grade top soil 85e yd. Hammock
soil 11.35 yd. Manure $3 yd. Ph. 7-1871.
Oshorno Nursery. 2990 N. W. 57 th st.
FURNITURE REPAIRING
MARBLE. Granite ""^Bronze markf
Mausolems. cemetery woi r
all .description. MH w- mh Ave"
KULL. Ph. 2-1898.______________.-----
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
DRAFTING SERVICE ON HOUSE
PLANS. Etc., reasonable races,
work guaranteed. ___
W. PAUL MEREDITH
Construction Engineer, Room WD,
7037 'A N. B. 2nd Ave_ Phono 7-47^7.
DRESS MAKING
WE COPY IMPORTED OOWN8
Design Dresses to your satisfaction.
Let us solve your dressmaking proD-
lems. Prices Reasonable. Alterations
and repairs.
HELEN LEE SHOP
2767 S. W. 27th Ave. Phone *-ii**
FINE FURNITURE MADE FEVER
Upholstering Refinishing Re-
pairing Antiques Restored. Abso-
lute Guarantee. /.i
FLAMINGO FURNITURE SHOP
Back of Grove TheatreGeo. F.par-
row. Mgr., 3247 Charles Ave. Phone
4-4880. _________________
GENERAL EQUIPMENT
SHOW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG
FIXTURES OFFICE EQUIPMENT
Used Equipment at sacrifice prices
GENERAL TRADING COMPANY
926 N. Miami Avenue
HAULING AND TRANSFER
MOVINGPACKINGCRATING
Baggage Transfer Freight Haul-
ing Careful handling of your house-
hold furniture. Prices Right.
COLLINS TKANSPORT ft
TRADING CO.
LOANS
CASH AT REGULAR
BANK INTEREST RATES
on
DIAMONDS
AutomobilesListed Stocks
BondsPersonal Loan*
LOANS NOT LIMITED TO $300
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
46 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0521
The Bank for the Individual
A. L. MERRIFIELD
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Repairs and Septic Tank Work
All Work Guaranteed
23 YEARS' experience; large ana
small Installations. Ill N. E. ZOUl
St. Phone 3-3932.
STORAGE
SPECIAL PLUMBING
Do You Need a
Licensed Plumber
with 25 Years'
Experience?
For $1.50 Per Hour
Whv Pay More?
PHONE'S 2-80733-420S
FIREPROOF BLDG., HEART OF
CITY
SPECIALIZING in personal effects.
Baggage room with free access.
Bags, 60c month; trunk $1; 2, $1.50
month. Personal stalls, $1.50 month
and up; Furniture racks, $2.50 month
and up; Private rooms, $5 month and
up; Larger amounts of storage, lc
cu. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 13
N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we
will pick them up.
STOVE REPAIRING
RADIO REPAIRS
SHANTHE RADIO MAN
Best Quality WorkReasonable Prices
SHAN DESJARDINS
1328 W. Flagler Street
Phone 2.1219 ____ Open Evenings
ELECTRIC RAZORS
MISCELLANEOUS
EQRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER
Every Business Needs the Bgry Sys-
tem. FlatPax Stationery, Carbon Rolls
HENRY E. KOPPLOW
92B N. W. 17th Street Phone 2-1174
OPTICIAN
DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN
Specializing In Eye Examinations
Fitting and Repairing of
GLASSES
141 N. E. First St. Phone 2-5526
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
CONVENIENT TERMS
OPTOMETRISTS
GLASSES OF DISTINCTION
By Dr. F. H. FISHER. Optometrlc.
Eye Specialist. 943 Lincoln Road, Ph.
5-3580, Miami Beach. o o
dmnmimre
Specialist
SCH1CK AND 8HAVEMASTER
OIL KITSACCESSORIES
I. A. ANDRE88
131 Shoreland Arcade, Pho. 3-4681
SERVING MIAMI 15 YEARSWe re-
build and reflnlsh water heaten
stoves. Gas, Oil, Electric, Gasoline.
Apartment, Hotel and Restaurant
Equipment. "If you use ItWe service
It.MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE
J. F. McMalns, Mgr.. 1722 W. Flagler,
Phone 2-6389.________________________
TERMITE PROOFING
TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE
Odorless Fireproof Safe
Old or New Buildings
r. YEAR GUARANTEE
Semi-Annnal Free Inspection. Hun-
dreds of Satisfied Customers in South
Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively.
TERMITE CONTROL CO
John Severin. Mgr.
Phone 7-2818 120 N. W. 53rd St.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS
WE MAINTAIN a complete shop in
which practically any make refrig-
erator can be efficiently repaired at
a fair price. A crew of trained mech-
anics on duty day and night. Our
service cars carry everything needed
for ordinary and emergency calls..
Ventilation and Refrigeration Sen-ice
Co. Phone at 3 3272 or 8-2152
ROOF REPAIRING
ROOF TROUBLES CURED
With crack-proof, non-drying white-
cool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat.
CHEAP AS TAR
5 Year Guarantee: Local Proof. Free
Estimate. Phone 2-5703
ORNAMENTAL IRON
DECORATIVE HOUSE NUMBERS
P UL LEN
METAL CRAFTSMEN ORNAMENT.
AL IRON SCREEN DOORS
S95 N. E 7Mh St. Phone 7-1535
PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL
BOARDING BATHING GROOM
Plucking Modern Boarding Ken-
nels.
KNOWLES PET HOSPITAL
Mrs. V. W. Knowles,
740 N. E. 00th St._____________7-2141
PEST EXTERMINATING
WE GUARANTEE
To Exterminate Roaches, Rats, Mice,
Ants, Moths, Bedbugs, Termites.
A Confidential ServiceRates Always
Reasonable. No Charge for Inspec-
tion or Estimates
MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO.
824 First St., Miami Beach, Ph. 5-4353
PALMER'S ROOFING COMPANY
18 years In MiamiW. N. Palmer,
Prop.
BARRETT APPROVED ROOFING
Sheet Metal Work Tile Roofing
"Roofs That Last"
15 N. E. 17th Terr. Telephone 2-3-120
RUG CLEANING
HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS
Rugs Cleaned. Dved and Repaired
Moth Proofing
Orientals Our Specialty
0 N. E. 39th StreetTel. 2-7798
SEPTIC TANKS
JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER A
STORAGE COMPANY. INC.
10O0 N. E. First Ave.
Local and Long Distance Hauling.
Vaults for Furs. Rngs and Silver.
CRATINGPACKINGSHIPPING
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tmm F pmA Y.MAY20, 1938 THE JEWISH FLOBTDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti FIcridliaKi PUBLISHED EVERY FEIDAT P. O. Box V* PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenue Phon.. 2-1141; 2-11*3 J LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED %.. SHOCHET. Cirealation ManMr i7url -">' •— wtur July • %  at %  'eel ottu %  %  "ariaa. under U>. Act of Hulk I. IMt. ^ mid fri.-n.lH ..f ili.Y. M. B. A. tnxr-d tincapacity of Hi.Y etabroomi l"' Sunday at the third iiiiiimil BUUI and K.-stivnl gifM l.v ill.orgiiniaali.m. Tli.Y. M. il. A. wlebee t axpreai its xinc.-r.-Ht Ihiinkx mid appreciation to iimany Indlrlduala ana concerni who so graetoDaly ...i".<" ..or aid when called upon for %  donation. .The Y. M. II. A. WIIH enri-hed by approximately fcMio.OO. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE U. RUBIN R.preantatie WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. 8CHREBNICK RapNMmtatiT* Come to tinBull Toeaeri Bull Sunday. Mny 211th. THE WORLD'S 1N01 -By LUDWIQ LEWIBOHNORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER rUpraaonUtiv. TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOWITZ H>|irlMllUl> SUBSCRIPTION |i< Moatha.. 0a tear— _fl.ee _.ft.H FRIDAY, MAY ,20,1938 VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 20. A SIGN OF THE TIMES Demonstrating that it is awake to the call of the day, B'nai B rith in its triennial assembly of delegates representing seventy odd thousand Jews in all parts of the world planned for the future of Judaism when it determined to enlist in the battle on two fronts s elf-defense against Anti-Semitism and a constructive strengthening of Jewish consciousness among American Jews: Expansion of the Anti-Defamation work of the Order, and work for the increase of Hillel foundations and other cultural work. ... ,. The change in leadership was a sign that B'nai B nth realized that it needed a younger, more understanding man at its helm one that was not hidebound by precedents and traditions of a gone day H enry Monsky, native born Omahan is the son of East European Jews a ctive in every phase of both Jewish and civic work, Mr. Monsky was not too big to head a Talmud Torah for a long number of years. Jews are beginning to realise what lies ahead of them. B'nai B'rith as an integral factor in a live, pulsating Jewry, will not hesitate but join the host of conscious Jewry • In Miami. B'nai Brith, composed of every phase of Jewish life representative of every activity, has kept this idea in the forefront .... here we think for ourselves a ctive in the boycott movement i n the front for the organization of the necessary Federation of Jewish Welfare Agencies in helping the American Jewish Congress i n furthering the realization that every Jew must do his part in the general scheme of life i n Anti-Defamation work despite the lack of help from national sources that it should rightfully re<> '"•' K'""| '"" of Infracted Jewish root" in eVsaerlea lh..-J.liglil of A....IO lewfl '*•'"> Vl .„ r „ fr-.n, .... will ba ...ordeeper„,.. ,,,..„ Its pRglpt today, Ignorance peralyaee any <•> < %  '• %  ,, w '" world; it mahan Urn the prey of Bw fllBl H.-ou..dr-My d. imagogue who efcooaag to roar in aim. Ignorance for H Jew ll 'v.-n nWM -I'M" "•"• •• jawlah Igg-tanee for a -l--""'.him Kor be eeeapta the eatteaete oi bimaalf %  f %  i""" 1 *'"" lliK "';" Hie. i,,-,.„„...or frankly peoeteM. An Ignorant Ie aannol be eelf-reapeci In, taoaaan being. He cannot defend hii..-.-lf or hi" peopla ." "-orld In which both nead dafenee. To enelare wiuii maai the Jowkh booh i" BogHal be hk. I it miiHt be elegant, brief gad iheep. K.l.-KHi'i. brief, eheap, >" esqule.M rfngliah. It" character IIIIIHI IHo'-b ilmi % %  Jawlah H.nior Hi Harvard will proudly leave .1 lying aronnd to the uwpaedea of Ua Oentlle eomr %  Than gnal iitoraa of aneh booha. They gnel leol KV •"> ehgrmlng. Thai BflgM ha i" avary ahep and In etaij Jawlah Cantai and In A" IUIIIH of erary MyiiK"K"'' "'' "'i' 1 and In erary "T." They ...-. ba ghf. qnltlona In collage beet ahope end ,„..t tthe firt objerta thai ".• %  ,i„. eyea of Intalllgenl Jawlah bore and glrle wharwrar they eongregata. HIC'II iff i HBimw -•* ...... P.-oat of drewnatnnea he adde enehm Ar (| ,|„ hooka maal coal thlrty-nu Pome to the R j'.th. 'I B V. \V. II A LOSBH WBIOHT r... • T ii f: r -' claaaea in cnliath. able gnidance of Contain Berajde An honr era. deroted to tJ % % %  • which will be held wary To'-Hav f;,ll in line and bring along bat*in anil or idaorta and low heeled „ho~.. The Y M H A pr, to hcT'%  recaption rwaanrfttee on hand tit thenwetaaion to lirr.h*r yon further with v.m aancMg e* Caaae on girl, and fcwa Captala Beraid.-rrm eleaa, Ifa *" '.n 'ha S-xi Tnaadar following th eaJhv Ihenir. 'he Y. W. II. A. will hold 'he finale of their p.iWie -neakinr etaaaea with Ita riaafrnara. IflBa Oora BoenhNH preatdtag. A atoot intereat.ng prngram habeen arraog. plea-ure. Mr-. Marion Shindell. v,re p^idenr Of 'he Y W. %  %  >' % %  daring 'he aber: 4 M who III.I.I of lew. I hare reeentlj ""' '"'"' v '"""" .I..W-. yoong '.,.-.. and yoong n m Tnej are an attrectire general %  I,,.., bare good mlndi Thej i wo., and Inetrocttd. Man in| „„i for their Jewiabn. Bol ami) the Innom. %  %  arorld thej do w ful rolcr Th. And an th< -hool.l. Bnl 'I And I.... thai H ideal for .. r thej fall a %  mi bnl ,,f rrther -'ran < all What \i to b* done) What H the r.-wer? •i %  an fir-f ..nd Chief '' Jewish Bee* in the Eng h l^ngnaga, What kind of a boofcr Sol the learned tlm aaagw rteienl bowerer •" %  aoBara ^"-i apwardt and that a %  • % %  • dragged hoaae from '' ,r • ; period. N'-r badb amafenriahly haanad hooka thatf like the pwblleatlone of Vor booha writaen in an Knrli-h whieh an node aa I an'h/.' %  %  | rent* ., piece I I" thai there may !„. ,,, ,i,i. Int..ral %  '' •'" d i on the ..... band nod ; • • ''""" '" .,, brief caai i onea ,\„.i thew nn i • '•• one of lha ,i |0(| peg. i ... lengl %  H.,.1 r. rmllllon I relh> %  ,. i I '•' %  I -, at modern I. 2 I. "f ba Ki| M II -.. r r I %  -. aerii "' H i : M i %  Kialih 6. A 4 "• rtordoa 7. 1 '" n I (/ _„ M Igg % 'a11 The H '' ,f the perplexed Meetiona 12 Taleo .,, |g A Pi of M ; %  :i I-,%  Z •i Letten froa I %  a i". Talee ,,.*.(. A eahaaa. ll TaJea rael Z I %  : Fl Peaeeh Bagaade !?• Ifartli Babi I % % %  (* the I I .l.xtiwA %  • fare H.'I i)i\vtosnB\ii. SBWS %  SOCIETY en. 77. TZIvritk membVrshTp too. have seen the signs the %  a for a I \l,.mi Bcnah A ; %  *• %  %  „ If%  of the times. TftJiwtL i •am By HARRY SCHWARTZ blairny Teltler --. • A Harry Hchwarta ted fo rthe two year per „; Beehman. Al IVrkr wph Darle. Harrv Gordon Mlrton daaan. rrai %  B Pete man. Manny Teitler, Ham feitl.n. fflrindeO. Sidney rWall. Jnlea W %  .„: an.! Harry rVhwartz. fief • he one year term: Al "•*£** T>e Kaplan. Joe Berman. I! Hein. n*r-n Gordon. Mil'/m Fn.dman. Aaron Frailieh. EaM I-'b*r, m'an, Bemie Seleran. Max IM* rf, Safer, rrr. Bamer W.inkle. Pr Harold Rand. Trr Milton !a.loW. y ,.,.,. s. B. Miller. Prank KKHI I.TH OP V. M. H. A. }Ufrf j^ Herman W. i NOMINATIONH TrMn }Urrf ,„!. Max Pbankman. Xerer before hare I aeen a man re \ rrT Orooabarg. Walter Ml llir oeire n/-b a tnmnltona nation gVealffJanaf r,ikker. Joe 5inv>n. M^ranbeing p,opeed for re e.eetion to the ^heflm. Balpb %  preaidency M the Y M If A h.t T itW U Bo-enrh. land Haixy girer. la Vr~i4*t,t T. AIU" MM. : H.b.arta fm the night gfjMS* AJ decMood the nomination for boa, ^,. j„e M thoae nowaea Wmm iaagaiaaaeg* The nominee, for M ,. u, JnnT doty J -bar mxfWMxm vixx* IMM %  TVre -,-%  Meyer, and 5a* Btaaaben rorrtrtt V \\ B A A „Ie h ahead fat nejr week with three ^ eoaaawnrire pm "> be atal %  M.,nd,Taeda7 sad WeaTaaaahi -,„r heroe.. T.p H MM aaaaaaa da-e rh^r ha of their | ea enough for aeennd %  CSaaga %  %  m xrui n Jrk P.rerzman aa the birth of a h.h 7 garl akeaeaagi te m* %  rhariea BUn who fgBl r^maW ganB •heir hail I %  %  an. ** !" r j,„er. Karamk. -Ho aajS aerr-tary f ,he T w. H. A • aaajgaaa hi *" ff>wriniek anW Al HwaUag wh %  married Tharaday at She Xinnan prudent at thia time „, fh T and ret yonr dne, p.M no man. Aiin K/^enfeld and Praak R/eaa. Ve-e Pr^4er.t: frr Milton ftMl,.*. Ttr. IfaroM Rand anH AI Oro-amaa Xearerary W %  aaggj BanH Dr. Mil pact %  %  %  % %  "' Vat BInmherg "'< Al • ** h : h T ^ .,rm ..r. frr Jtamne. +* ..dman A. Vfjnf>-9hgaae h&*rj > _-p„. aaaaaaa egnaga I %  %  %  MP aent wera uk-a kaPJ aecnnnt ley T*i A'-M-mic.poi C % %  • % %  aaHal eg e-jeniaa Jonae 1 aieeerbi T .-. Y M H %  • •-• find, h-n Bodane. r.m -r*e ggjag Uaaaaa af a r g al | rra-a* Kr-Miberg. Teke-j jn fl> pa seel *7 nr "haa*d m ad-rm^e f-ooi aa7 avmbar nt the F-ar#m • • MM M M IffjMI orrp.giD If.Ahraaam A. Rraman rir -•-,• „-,,;,:f "He G^irer M.am. %  ; %  Mh P>-.7'a aiul fJirfa Ocehe i .niwnnea, that free d-bie ha*. Va•m,. wiT V gia -e> •" %  Vr a>rl inre-Mrred %  rakin* op fhio nnmeal nammanr T>e—n. am girH -<„. Rerh :-. • • T. nn.i T-wrah ., --e -K.nra !f 4-lw> and M-E** %  TH ;_ %vn Iff ^OCtkX. roBr-wing the nominariona a r-a feed hag a. P"' o • enalt Tmr ;ng rhi. .e"ir.n Herman Wairxman. ardent T member and mnang '^"* operas Put on aceaea taken of thn -^^ ^ >fl(w>]|w ^^ ^ ^^ MK mM gflwrr.-re or T M H Bgjaa 'han one -wnaaa.t sembcra gam iaT'%  f M. 'am-wl E **w p-i m Mena a# f*ai rToaa rT-1'l 1M wM e eeea. Jfree W '• *H ^r--4 gg ar-M-iM IB) yearn. I



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FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1938 THE JEWI8R FT.ORIDIA.N NEED FOR GREATER PALESTINE SETTLEMENT 8TRE3SED AT DLNNER IN HONOR OF DR SILVER The need for Bh MJMai settlement in Palestine to aid rirthm of oppresnio *s!r~wj b> prominent laMBara in MM Kawa at a tii>/f.i*l dinner to Dr. Abba BH Silver, of Cleveland. National Chan-man of the I'nited MatflM Appeal, at a dinner la w*fc hlrh marV'd the /*, poiai •f Greater New York Campaign of the I nited Palestine Appeal. A merle 4 n Jewry wa* iir*w| to mrrt the >ftwr in P.art*ft Ur^K iM '• doubled efforts in behalf of maximum settlement in Palestine of tMM an-' <+*"—*** MB* PMl Khoai l.*tt I" KiM MMawJ #Mal I hair man of the New York Mnj Rnser W. Straus. ('•>-( hairman: Dr. Steph n s. Wi-*. ( hai.-man of the aTlHBflu CaflMMM of the I P \ < States Senator Robert i. Bulkley of Ohio. principal peaker; l>r. Silver, the faca! ..f honor: iwl rVaMMrlrl r <,rnm*r. Van President of Tti>pt Kmann-KI. who acted a.toastmiMer. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenne and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES aJESCHELOPF. Rabbi JJ Jeffaraan Annul •Phar-t 5 'Mi MAURICE O. MAHCHEI. Cantor 72J Meridian Avanu* 'Phtnt 4-2011 rha*ed from any HiMw.'h memb-r or the Rabbi. At the laat meeting 'of the Habanotb rondueled by NatalFe'W-r. president. Jfn. Meaebel,'.' BJMMC. was MM by Mr. E. Garden. Mm. London. Sisterhood preident. presented BiWea to the member* of the graduating elaa* and leommraded tkrm oa tb^ aplendid I work tbey were doing and greyed Mr aad Mr*. Sam Guttman inrite tbem a future Benben of the all th>ir friead* to attead the Bar terboodR.freshments were ~r>*4 Mi-rra eereaaaay of their w>n. Loni. aftr the meeting. ike ahuw thia Saturday morning I ONGRATl 1.ATI0NH .-vnagoga*. Rabbi Mo-es M~< %  ** %  "• %  'f w: addrea* the boy af"r MrwMMM R—mefc m • ** fflftnt | will be -err-! MfffMJ tie agrafes, by the parent". SERVICES Shachriaa: 7 .-00 and :00 morning*, i, Mines* fro" K p%  %  Sabbath: Friray ereaing at : p. m. Saturday --in* at 7:00 and :00. Saturday -7>oou at J0 foUowed by ShaJSoodoaa. BAR MJTZVA &f i I %  .. I %  I la t ran •:• ••ial adraneeaarBt atmhUtt. I oliere t HlM I % %  x ': • n'* './ VI •;. J*'-* BM I A •' MM b* aaattvci J r'.ir.-l >/f II iaar f',r rb •f.l*ridi< 1 p-'iram wh'b w pr •• •+!.•"! rh T-mple under 'be 'arable direetK.n r,f Mr. Bertha B. I^T7 O.r ,-.•• %  '* • J'k r.d r.; %r*i*9 of intellij*ntia. TV i 1 I Uh>h Br-rber Bn f>ri kaa a//w oV,r. aed hi* 'iahowoer aeetare pr#J/, rfwM la be.a the rarafeMj K-h — %  3ma*er apaneatioaa. 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* • "•• mTTTJWI i' FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN __ CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIREC TORY — THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PATRONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY ACCOUN TANT V. EDWARD8 Chartered Accountant. All branches 0 ?AccountinK. S^l Olympia Bldg. PhoneJ5-8i. ^" AUTOM OBILE SERVICE General Auto Repaying WRECKER SERVICE AUTO PAINTING Generators, Starters. Ignition. Prompt ScrViCe QT]IQLEY'8 GARAGE .... ^•-A^n Rd.. M-Bch., TeL_^9138 BATTERIES SERVICE R \TTERIES AUTO AND MARINE "* PRICED $2.95 UP Recharging, Complete Electr eal nnd £353 Service. Motor Winding, Carbur e,or B'^^^ERVICE Expert Workmanship BEST BATTER* COMPANY 1 y^rirwi.., St. Tel. 3-3212 BODY MASSAGE Acauire the Body Beautiful FOR LADIES ReAiee or Gain S to 5 Inches in 24 Treatments—Oolonic Irrigations BEACH CONDITIONING CLUB 432 Eppnnol Way. Miami Beach Phone 5-4335 __ BUILDERS L,. E. EDWARDS, Contractor Builder of MornlnBside LEROY S. 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PAOE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MAY 20, l 938; I; g n P / hi a e< gi ei :n in la It. w? on fil ur tu in si ORAYNOO "OUR LIGHT" BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP 1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO. FLA. Services tonight 8:15 p. m. Title of Rabbi's sermon—"Life's Greatest Possessions." Friday services will continue until the end of May. As Shevuoth marks the first anniversary of Rabbi Skop'l leadership, there will be a special anniversary service to "lose the year the Friday before Shevuoth. Rabbi Skop will deliver a %  pedal anniversary sermon summing up his first year's work in the South and will outline further programs for the future. FEDERATION OF JEWISH CHARITIES To systematize the various charities and to avoid the constant stream of representatives from various patlonal organisations, the Orlando Jewish community is setting up a Federation of Jewish Charities. The fallowing representatives were called to a speeial meeting by Rabbi Skop, B J. Cohen, T.. 8. Frankel, S. Zagoren, Mrs. Nat Berman. Nut Berman, Mrs. Rosen. Mrs. r.. Jacob, Mrs. J. K. Wolf. Mr. Friedman. Mrs. M. Blactner. Mr. I. Coplon. The following resolution, •. re passed: That a Federation of Jewish Charities he set up in Orlando to meet monthly, starting in September, to carry on all charitable work, united campaign, and local cases; contact will be made with every national Jewish organization on the Federation of Jewish Charities will be by president and two members of each organization, including Congregation Ohev Sholem. R'nai B'rith, B'nai B'rith Auxiliary. Ladies' Auxiliary of the congregation. During the past year, more than S2.T00 was spent on non-local charities and national Jewish causes. CONFIRMATION Complete preparations have been announced by the chairman of the Parents' Committee, Mrs. Max Blattner. for the Confirmation Service which will be held on Monday night. June 6th. at 7:15 p. m. A most impressive service has been arranged with fourteen confirmants. The School Board chairman, Mr. Gus Bear, has arranged to present, in the name of the Congregation. Bibles and Diplomas to the class of 1038. The musical service will be presented by Mi. Fli Hnimovitz. Mrs. Birdie Weiner and afim Alice Steinholtz. All Jews in C.-ntrnl Florida are invited to attend this service. SOCIETY INVEILING TO TAKE PLACE The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of the late Samuel Rojenihal. father of Mrs. Herman Wall, Mrs. Charles Marks. Mrs. Herman Marks. Josephine Rosenthal. Abraham Rosenthal anil Edward Kos.-nthai will take place Sunday. May 22 at 3:30 p. m.. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. AH friends are asked to attend. • • • RETURNS FOR SIMMER VACATION Miss Alberta Marie Tannenbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum of this city will return to Miami on May 22 from New York City where she is attending Parson's School of Fine and Applied Arts, to spend her summer vacation with, her parents. She will leave for New York City in the latter part of August to continue her course of study there. B'NAI B'RITH CONVENTION STORK SHOWER In honor of the "blessed event" oxp. Cted by Rabb and Mrs. Skop sometime soon, the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Congregation Ohev Sholem surprised Mrs. Skop with a stork shower nt the Synagogue on Tuesday afternoon. Some seventy ladies were prosent. showering the expeted arrival With everything from bed to safety pins, including hank acount. A special program „f skits and songs was arranged by the program committee: Mrs. Dora Wltenstein, Mrs. Gus Bear. Mrs. ,.. T;l ,,,,, Mrs ^^ Pilverstein, Mrs. M. H. Block. Mrs, TV Salomen. Mrs. j. Becker. Mrs T K. Wolf. Mrs. R. Katz. Mrs. Birdie Weinpr. and Mrs. J. Ottenberg. The H bbl Bl I Mrs. Skop take this means f their heartfelt appre' %  to everyone wl,o helped nrtM lovely simchn. CLOSING EXERCISES The elosing exercises for the Religious and Hebrew Schools will be held this Sunday, May 22nd. nt 10 : (V) a. m. A special program is being arranged. Special addresses by Jack Hoffman on the "Destiny of the •T.w" and Phil Opper on the "Worth of the Jew" will he presented. STAG CLTB Due to the death of a close frlead of one of the Stag Hub officers, the Installation Banquet and Dance scheduled for last Sunday was postPoned to this coming Sundav. Mav -2nd. at the Palms Hotel in Apo pka Enough tickets have been sold to assure the success of the affair. Additional reservations must be in bv Sunday noon. This social event promie to be one of the most outstanding '•f the season. Invitations are herebv extended to ,]| vnun(t „„.„ M| ^ men from Central p, orida g^ %  • %  couple, including eight-oourse iTLi wi "* rv 1 T>^ompt, •'• at B :0O p. BI. At a special meeting of B'nai B'rith held ilii< week, committees were nppointed by President It. J. Cohen and Mrs. Nat Berman of the B'nai B'rith Auxiliary f,,r the Southern Dlstrl I Convention to be held in Orlando on Sunday and Monday. May 20th and 80th, at the San Juan Hotel. Outstanding Jewish leaders in America will be present. An open cultural 1 Hng will be held at the synagogue on Sunday night. Business sessions and luncheons on Sunday and Hondas and banquet and dance at the Orlai do Country Club on Monday night. The local lodge is bending every effort to arrange an outstanding convention with expenditures close to $1,000. A •pedal B'nai B'rith degree team from Charleston. S. C,., will initiate, at a novel service, new candidates. Membership committees, under Mr. Marti.i Segal and Rabbi Skop. are endeavoring to enroll new candidates. All men who have not yet sent in their dues are urged to do so at once. Send checks to Mr. L. S. Frankel, treasurer. West Church Street. RABBI IN TAMPA The Tampa Junior Hadnssah bn> invited Rabbi Skop to he the guest speaker at its Donor Dinner Dance to be held nt the Floridan Hotel on Thursday night. May 26th. Rabti Bkop will leave by bus Thursday afternoon and will be the guest of Rabbi Burger overnight, returning to Orlando Friday afternoon. The title of bis address will be "The Romai of Our Pe„p|e." Rabbi Skop also addressed the local Civitnn Club at its local luncheon on the topic: "The Jew in The Modern World—What Can Christians Do." New Miami Industry Gives Protection From Wind-Rain SPINOZA GROI'P H0LO8 MEETING "Chasidism and the worship of God With joy and gladness" was the topic of Mr. Puschkoffs address before the Spinoia Group last Saturday aft, rnoon. The session was well attended and was conducted entirely in Yiddish as a tribute p, the memory of the great Yiddi-h humorist. Sholem Alechani. whose anniversary occurred last Saturday. The charming and talented Son.v.i Bogart, who frequently sang on the Jewish Hour in New York, sang several Yiddish songs. Mr. Yictor Jaeohy nlso sang a beautiful Jewish folk song. Next Saturday afternoon the Spinlawn of r)r. Wolfaon'a home. 105!) Coloza Group will meet again on the lins Avenue. Miami Beach, at 1:30 p. m. After a musical program Mr. Daniel Lawraneo, who traveled widel.v in the Near and Far East, will speak on "His Sojo„n with Qhandl and what he learned fro mthe people of India." All are welcome! Therr is no charge. • • • SENIOR HADASSAH •TO GIVE BRIDGE The annual linen shower will take the form of n dessert bridge to bo held in the garde,, of Mrs. B. II. London, 2840 Fairgreen Drive. Miami Bench Monday. M.., v oo r ,, „, .^ p ^ ^ admission will be charged this year In place of the customary piece of linen and linen, will be purchased with the proceeds for the new hospital In Jerusalem. This arrangement is made SO thai the linens sent will be uniform i„ RUM and quality. Mrs. Samuel Katz is chairman and is being assisted by Meadamea Barney Wrinkle. II. II. London. S. X Ualpert, Joseph Williamson. Samuel Simonhoff Morris Plant. Frank Coret, L Q Harts and s. .1. Basker. All members' and friends arc cordially invited to attend. head. George Storm, instructor of dramatics and coach of fencing, will play Romeo in addition to directing the production. Others in the cast are Dorothy Bell, Maxwell Marvin, Rita Bornstein, Herbert Tuckerman, Joyce Kelley. Willard Hubbell. Chas. Squires, Jerry Fleischmnn, Richard Ludvig. John Parrot. Myron Theilheimer, Daniel Satin, Jackie Ott and Philip Salter. Music will be provided by the T'niversity of Miami Symphony orchestra under the leadership of Walter Shaeffer. Proceeds will be added to lm) University's Little Theatre fund. • • • IP LEAVE FOR NORTH Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten will leave by boat on Tuesday for Perth Antony. N. J.. Waterbury and NewHaven. Conn., and New York, where they will visit their children and friends and Mrs. Roscngnrtcn will remain for the summer and Mr. Rosengarten for several weeks. • • NATIONAL COUNCIL TO INSTALL OFFICERS The National Council of Jewish Juniors will hold its annual installation banquet on May 29th at 7:30 p. m.. at Fassa's Restaurant. Mis. Lillian Win her will act as mi. tress of ceremonies and conduct the rituals. Dancing and entertainment will follow. Officers to be installed are Pnul Burnett, president %  Lillian Willcns. vice-president; Evelyn Auslander. recording secretary; Josephine Itaxton. corresponding secretary and N. James Siegendorf, treasurer. Included iii the committee on arrangements are Miss Wucher, Miss : Sophie Beavenick, Mrs. t;. Chertkoff, -Miss Martha Neham. Mrs. \. L. Siegendorf and Mrs. Evelyn Silvermaii. The public is cordially invited at attend. • ENTERTAINS FRIENDS HERE Mrs| Mack Goldstein and Mr.. S, m P. Cohen of Miami Beach entertaine! a group of forty friends last sv ..,. k ,. a bridge and luncheon at Nan Young 1 restaurant. Prises were awarded for high scores and an unusually fi ne time was had. • • • CANTOR'S SON TO BE BAR MITZVA Stanley Hayman. son of Cantor and Mrs. Louis Hayman of Beth David" Congregation, will be Bar Mitzva at services in Beth David Bynagogue tomorrow morning. Stanley, who i, Junior Cantor of the Congregation and a pupil of its Talmud Torsi, and Sunday School will recite the Maftli and speak on the duties of ., p, nr Mitzva. Rabbi Max Shapiro, w.ll r.n. liver an address. Fololwing ,' ices the parents of the Bar Mittva will he hosts to the Congregation at a reception in Beth David Ta'nnul Torah Hall. All friends are a.K to attend. No cards are being Issue I. "GREETINGS B'NAI B'RITH" DELEGATES Stop at PORT GATLIN HOTEL during your annual conv, :r May 29th and 30th in Orlan 1 %  Low Summer Rates and WIni r Time Comforts." M1IIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIII tlllllHIIHIIMItl IPIIIII YOUR CANDIDATE for CONGRESS § ., THE MIAMI BEACH KOSHER MARKET 327 COLLINS AVENUE BEGINNING JUNE 7 WILL CLOSE AT 1 P. M. O'CLOCK EXCEPTING THURSDAY and SATURDAY Equipped tO Serve Your Every Want in Kosher Fboda PAT CANNON VOTE MAY 24th "His Victory Will Be Your Victory" (Paid Political Adv.) T ^^ !" = imiii iiiu wmmm %  aanaB s MM £ """' ""'""' '• imnuiimn MTRA£ARHINGS! ONE ACT HAY The one-act problem play "Herring." sponsored by the Youth Forum of the Gongregation. including on excellent cast, wjll be presented on Wednesday evning, June 8th. Barron'i Belfaction Leak proof and pressure proof skyllghta and ventilators, manufactured by L. p. Ireland Company at 343 N. W. First Court. Miami, though only one year old has shown a remarkable growth. Mr. Paul W. Barron. inventor, states. The ventilators are so constructed that when wind velocity reaches 40 miles per hour a louvre will close automatically giving protection from blowing rains and pressure. This pressure draft is the cause of roof collapses during high winds of hurricane force. It is pointed out that in installation all louvres on the lee aide will remain open thus equalising the pressure which forms in buildings. When the wind subsides the louvre assumes its natural position and ventilation is made poaafble. In fact, the attic temperature is reduced many degrees. The ventilators are approved by the FHA. Florida Rating and Inspection Bureau, City of Miami and the Florida Hotel Commission. WEDDING NUPTIALS TAKE PLACE The marriage of Miss Beaaia Bear"lick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Besvinick, to Albert M. Chialing SOB Of Mrs. May Cbisling. took place on last Thursday in the patio of the Shorehain Hotel with Rabbi Max 8b>Plro officiating at the ceremony. The bride was attended bv Miss Lyl Chialing, sister of the groom as maid of honor and Mrs. William Capland. sister of the bride as matron of honor. Herbert Marks served as best man. A reception followed the ceremony • • • ROMEO AND JULIET TO BE PRESENTED The Cniversity of Miami will present a two-nights performance of •Shakespeare's "Romeo arid Juliet" at the Biltmore pools amphitheater in Coral Gables Tuesday mainly for Unlv. iraity students and sehooi children %  n general, with the final production j Wednesday for the general public. Outstanding adult amateurs have been selected for the principal major roles with the balance of a cast of 35 persons being carefully selected from • ( the Univeratty'a dramatic department ,of which Mrs. Opal Eduard Mottcr is on yoiiA, LARGER DIVIDEND 8 ON YOUR SAVDJGS ARE LIKE H*5!5 DDR !" G THE SEASON W E rf !" ?. FA1D 4% 0N 8AVIN0S ACCOUNTS YOUR£ !" ^> E V, N T BEIN0 PAID A 8 ^CH ON VOUR SAVINGS, BRING YOUR ACCOUNT TO US PHONE 3-2652 IA NJtftftUmn a^im KOtTCACI LOAM DRDE EEDERRI snvmes qno Lcnn ossociqnon OF mmmi %  r-wd fW hmgrnn ftMj, 109 M. E. S.g.nd fly fc "miiiniiHiiiiiiumii „|„ MIII i^? 1 LIp T0N, President iiiiniiiiiitniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii



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wJewish Floridian Gssaum Tlhe Jewish Unity VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 20. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1038 PRIOE FIVE CENTS URGED FOR JEK Jfew York, (WNS)—A campaign I,, r.-.iv $1,000,000 through $1.00 gillfrom each of the estimated 1,(KlO.dOO Orthodox Jews in the United States and to allocate the money for tin coordination of Orthodox religious education and the support of YiMhiva College in New York, the Chicago Theological Seminary and other American yeshivas and Talmud Tornlis was announced by William Weks, |,i. tident of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations in n report to tli,. organization's fortieth annivcrsarj convention. The coordination would be carried out by the Union's national Ortho•• linked in a federal system of government under the presidency of a British high commissioner, it was declared by Bernard Rosenblatt, Zionist leader, who came back to America from a long stay in Palestine to win support here for his plan. Acording to this plan the three states would be soverign' and have their own territorial boundaries and autonomous local governments, but the whole country would have a single currency, a unified defense system, a •single foreign policy. Under such an arrangement, Rosenblatt said, the Jewish state would have complete freedom to determine such matters as immigration. A federal senate in which all thr.-e slates would have equal rcpresentation would be the national legislature. KLIHU STONE IS DECORATED Boston (WNS)— Elihu D. Stone, Boston nttorney and Zionist leader, "ill be decorated with the order of Gediminaa Grand Duke of Lithuania, commander degree, by the Lithuanian government at a dinner to be held her on May 25th. He is to be decorated "in recognition of distinguished 1 rricea" to Lithuania. REFUGEE AIDS TO MEET SOON Geneva. (WNS)--The first meeting of the intergovernmental committee to further the emigration'of refugees from Austria and Germany in accordance with the plan outlined by President Roosevelt in his invitation to S3 powers will be held at Evianles-Bains, France, on July 0th, it w.is announced by Leland Harrison, United Stntes minister to Switzerland, and confirmed by the American State Department in dispatches from Washington. Mr. Harrison's revealed the date and place of the meeting in the course of a conference with members of th" League of Nations Council's committee on international aid to refugees, who had called on him to offer th? League's cooperation in carrying out President Roosevelt's program. The League officials informed Mr. Harrison that they had prepared a report for submission to the Council recommending a three-point program for refugee aid : 1—cooperation of the League High Commission for German Refugees and the Nansen Office for stateless refugees into a single autonomous office to aid refugees of nil nationalities and creeds: 2—coordination of League efforts in behalf of refugees with Roosevelt's plan of rli,


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