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The Jewish Floridian ( May 27, 1938 )

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>/-• IHTJ-DWW wJemsti Floridiai m Co"/wv6 The Jewish HJmuty 3JksL AJUIAJLA WJULSULU P$ VOLUME 11.—NO 21. MIAMI, FLORIJJA, tKlDAx', MAY 27, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS TO HOLD SERVICES Fur the first time in the history of this area Jewish soldiers will participate as a unit in Memorial Day Services next Monday, May 30th. The Freda Markowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans will Rather at 9:00 a. n.| at the county courthouse where they will join other war veterans for the Memorial Day Parade. The Jewish Veterans will march in the fourth section East of the courthouse facing South immediately hehind the'Military Order of the World War. The parade will match East on Flagler street to Bay front Park where Memorial services will be held, then leaving by autos for the Little Arlington Cemetery In Woodlawn Park. Following the services the Jewish Veterans will march to the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association plot in Woodlawn Park where several Jewish soldiers are interred and will hold special services under the direction of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. chaplain of the Freda Markowitz Post. The public is urged to attend and those having relatives or friends interred in the Jewish Cemetery are asked to attend and decorate their graves. Col. Sidney H. Palmer is fhairman of the arrangements committee in charge of the observance. Egyptian Premier Hints at Solution Palestine Problem Cairo (WXS)—A solution of the Palestine problem "to the advantage of Palestine" and "satisfactory to the Arabs generally and to the Egyptians particularly" was promised by Premier Mohammed Mahmoud Pasha in a statement in the Senate, answering a question by Senator Mohammed elGlnlndl. At the same time the Premier received from Yousuf Cattawi. political chieftain, a letter denying an allegation in the newspnper El Mokkatam that the Palestine Jews covet the Moslem holy places. The Premier's assurance of n new Palestine solution stimulated speculation as to whether he was referring to a proposal that Palestine be combined with Egypt. BOYCOTT GROUP RABBI SIMON GLAZER DEAD IS PROPOSED Government Party Will Oust Jews Warsaw (WNS I—Poland's 3,000,000 Jews were virtually read out of the nation's economic and cultural life when the Camp of Xationnl Unity, the official government party. adopted a It-print program regarding the Jem which demands the curtailment of their participation in economic life, a reduction of their numbers by enforced emigration regulated by international cooperation and the restriction of Jewish participation in the school system, the press, radio and the theater. Announcing its decisions at the close of a three-day eonferenet of the party's nntional council, the party issued a declaration asserting that it aimed at creating a it Poland and that the Jews, as a political factor identified with Jewish groups outside the state, had separate national aims and therefore weakened Poland's national forces and interfer• •! with nntional evolution. The statement condemned the realization of its aims by violence, denouncing "demagogic and nnnrchis" tic" attempts to solve the Jewish problems which are disturbing public order, hut urged a reduction in the number of Jews by emigration, fnvored the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine and Jewish emigration elsewhere under international auspices. legislative mesns to reduce the Jewish share in industry and trade was recommended. Efforts by students to eliminate Jews from the schools were opposed, the party holdingthat Jewish participation in the Polish school system should be reduced by the school authorities. The declaration also stated that Poland does not want to assimilate the Jews but will regard as Poles individual Jews identified with Polish interests and culture. The Jewish population and its leaders were warned that utilization of international connections to damage Polish More than three hundred of the most prominent business and professional men in Pade County, including Catholics. Protestants and Jews attended the testimonial hnnn.net it the Honey I'laza Hotel last Sunday evening in honor of Dr. Aidn Sloan, director of the Alton Road Hospital. Judge William E. Walsh presided and addresses were made by Dr. Arthur Weiland. president of the Dade County Medical Association, Dr. Adi'lc Hampton, secretary of the Assoicatiou and president of the Bus! ness and Professional Women's Club. Judge Walter H. Beck ham of the Dade County Juvenile Court. Judge D. J. II.ff.rmnn. Judge of the Civil Court of Record and leading Catholic layman. Anna Brenner Mankes, Dr. Milton Coplan. James T. Wilson, Superintendent of Schools for Dade County. Mrs. Ida Optner. president of the Ladles Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Congregation and others. Rev. Elisha A. King of the Miami Beach Community Church gave the invocation and Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel gave, the benediction. A scroll of appreciation for the splendid humanitarian services rendered to the community by Dr. Sloan and signed by hundreds of citizens of this area was presented to Dr. Sloan in an unusunlly fine address by Monsignor James Barry of St. Patrick's Church, Miami Beach. In the various addresses stress was laid upon the fine work of Dr. Sloan following her splendid record of service in several hospitals in Xew York and the value to the community of a proposed Jewish hospital in Miami Reach. Several of the speakers suggested the advisability of having the present Alton Road Hospital become a Jewish institution and an outstanding humanitarian contribution to the needs of this area. Mr. Harry Saffer was chairman of the. arrangements committee in charge of the affair. Xew York (WNSi— Plans for strengthening the anti-Nazi boycott in the United States were adopted at the annual convention of the Xnn-Soctnrinn Anti-Xii7.i League and the annual conference of the Women's Division of the Joint Boycott Council meeting OB the same day but in different parts of the city. The League's conference elected a nntional hoard of 72 which will choose new officers and an executive director. The 828 delegates representing an." organizations in 27 states authorised the convening of a national parley of all groups engaged in boycott work. After bearing addresses by Representative Samuel Dickstein. Professor Franz Boas. William Collins, Xew Yolk representative of the American Federation of Labor, and Dr. Mux Winkler. the convention went on record as favoring a Congressional probe of Xnzi activities and opposing a Congressional bill to end labeling of Imported merchandise. The Women's Division of the Joint Boycott Council voted to sponsor a display of American substitutes for Xazi-mnde goods at the World's Fair and pledged continuance of peaceful picketing of boycott violators. Speakers included Mrs. Stephen S. Wise. Dorothy McConnell. daughter of Bishop Frances J. McConnell and Elinore Derrick, director o fthe second region. Xationnl Labor Relations Hoard. New York (WNSI—Rabbi Simon Glazer. editor and scholar and a former president of the Central Council of American Rabbis, la daad at the age of 00. Born in Kovno, Russia, he came to this country in 18117. He had occupied important pulpits in many Cities, including Des Moines. Toledo. Montreal. Kansas City. Seattle and Brooklyn. Rabbi Glaser was one of the founders of the Canadian Jewish Eagle. Montreal Yiddish daily and editor of the Des Moines Jewish Times, both of which are tiow out of business. His son. Benedict Glnzcr. is junior Rabbi of Temple Emanu-EI in Xew York. RABBI WISE WILL RETIRE Worcester. Mass., (WXS) — Dr. Stephen B. Wlaa will retire from the presidency of the Zionist Organization of America at the Detroit convention, he announced in a speech here. It had been rumored for several weeks that be would not be a candidate to lUCaeed himself. Dr. Wise was elect ed president at the Providence convention in 10.30. succeeding Morris Rothenbeif. Xew York (WNS)—In a rebuke to Americans who pass judgment on other countries while ignoring problems at home, the Rt. Rev. George Craig Stewart, Protestant Episcopal bishop of Chicago, said "we are horrified at the persecution of the Jew abroad while we lioyeott him from our clubs and colleges at home." In a prepared statement issued on hoard the German liner Columbus which brought him hack from the international church conference in Holland. Bishop Stewart declared "we nre heroic in our championship of minorities in the Xenr East while w< continue to repress and oppress our own American Xegroes." PALESTINE HAS NEW OUTBREAKS GALA PLANS MADE FOR CONVENTION Orlando Lodge Xo. 1043 has arranged an unusually fine program for the entertainment of the delegates attending the Fifth District Convention on Sunday and Monday, May 20th and 30th. Sunday at noon following the initial session the delegates will bethe guests at a luncheon in the Angebilt Hotel. Sunday evening a cultural meeting and initiation of a large class will be conducted by the Charleston degree team at the San Juan Hotel. Monday evening a banquet and dance will he held at the Orlando Country Club. All visiting ladies will IKthe guests of Orlando Auxiliary and a special supper has been arranged for them under the direction of Mrs. Xat Biirmnn, president. Arrangements have been made for special food for those observing dietary laws, by Messrs Solon Klepper and Martin Segal in charge of the luncheon and ba nquet. The Miami B'nai R'rith will be represented by one of the largest delegations in the District at the Convention of District Xo. 5 in Orlando next Sunday and Monday. A special bus has been chartered which will leave Miami Saturday night and return from Orlando late Monday night. A series of resolutions for work in Florida Universities for the Jewish students, methods for combatting the spread of literature by anti-Semitic organizations and other important matters will be presented by the local delegation which has named J. Louis Shochet its chairman. CATHOLICS WAR ON MARANNOS IN PORTUGAL Salonikl (WNS)—Catholic priests in Portugal are demanding that the SECRET SERVICE PROBES SILVER SHIRT THREAT TO KILL ROOSEVELT Chicago (WNS)—A threat by Roy Znchary. Silver Shirt leader, to murder President Roosevelt, is being investigated by Fcdral Secret Service agents. According to the evidence in possession of the Secret Service agents Znchary said, in the course of a tirade against Jews and Communists, that America would have a dictator in less than a year and that "if no one else will volunteer to kill him (Roosevelt) I will do it myself." government forbid the religious activities of the Maranno commun.ty m n,„>rtn and that its school be closed, lonnl connections to damage ronsu Oporto and Sp hnrd,C ^^ TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING AT 9:06 The Jewish Floridian will again present another in its series of weekly broadcasts this coming: Sunday morning over Station WKAT (1600 k. p.) at 9:00 o'clock. It's full of interesting news and comments and mnsio. Jerusalem. (WXS, Palcnr Agency I —Isolated nnnnutn. newest Jewish settlement, on the border on Lebanon, dug its first grave to receive the body of Bsekiel Muntzig. who was fatally wounded during an attack on the new settlement. The colony was under fire for two hours by brigands who nre believed to suffer heavy casualties. Muntzig was 27 years old. Another J.wisli casualty was Abraham Katz. .10-year old supernumerary, who was badly wounded during the onslaught. the fiercest the colony has known in its existence of two months. Terrorism in the north found its Counterpart in Jerusalem, as the corpse of a Jew murdered by stabbing was found at noon in a field near Beth Hakerem in w es ter n Jerusa lem At first unidentified, the body was later discovered to lie that of Isaac Itzchaki. a 55-year old itinerant painter. The Jewish telegraph linesmen, working near the scene of the fatal stabbing, saw the attack from a distance. They recognized a passing Arab as the murderer and caused his arrest. Tiberias was in an uproar and a serious Arab-Jewish clash was narrowly averted by police following an explosion in which four Arabs were injured. They had been sitting outthe quarter and drive back the attackwhen bombs hidden under stones exploded. Villagers, charging that Jews were responsible, began hurling stones at Jews and marching toward the Jewish quarter. A crowd of Jewish youths quickly formed to defend side a caf ein the Arab market place era. A Yemenite Jew. Tehia Atya. was stabbed and slightly wounded in the thigh during the affray. Following the arrest by police of a Jew and I an Arab, order wns restored. Among those who will nttend am Elry Stone. R. Albert Pallot, Milton A. Friedman. Isaac Levin, Benjamin Le Vine. J. Louis Shochet. J. Aron Abbot. R. R. Adler, S. N. Halpert, Carl Weinkle. Dr. Frank Coret, S. S. Ooldstrom, Dr. Barney Weinkle, Harry Simonhoff. Abe Aronovitz. Leo F.isensteln, Harry Schwartz, P. Berkowitz, I. L. Mintzer and Sidney L. Segal. Among the ladies who will attend are Mesdnmes S. S. Ooldstrom, P. Berkowits. Leo Eisenstcin. I. L. Mintzer, Frank Coret. Barney Weinkle. Elry Stone, R. R. Adler. J. L. Shochet and Ben I* Vine. The lodgo has a membership of four hundred and fifty and is one of the largest in tho entire district. MURALS DEPICT JEWISH SCENES Highstown, N. J. (WNS)—The story of the flight of Jews from pogroms abroad to a new and happier life in America is unfolded in a series of graphic group studies making up a mural 48 feet long by 12 feet high which was unveiled in the new $80.000 schoolhouse of Jersey homesteads, the cooperative industrial agricultural settlement of Jewish needleworkers established here by the Rural Resettlement Administration. The creation of Ben Shahn, former assistant of Diego Rivera, the mural depicts anti-Semitism in Germany, the arrival of Jews at Ellis Island, the rise of the Jewish trades unions from sweat shops, the progress of the Jewish intellectual and othr phases of Jewish history.



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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE an wJewisli Floridiati PUBU8HF.D EVERT miDAY P. O. Box *•> PLANT AND 0FFICE8 21 8. W. Second Avenua Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183 TTiuunL 1. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Mt,r = ._!.. aacood clasa matter July 4. 190. at the Poat Offica %  atarad a* aatona ca. jaja^ j -^ ^^ ^ ^^ at Miami, rwrida. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Rapraeantativ* WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBN1CK Rapraaenaativa ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER Kapreaentativa TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOW1TZ tUpreaantaliva SUBSCRIPTION By HARRY SCHWARTZ |,i M'inIM era. Yamr_. .MM FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938 VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 21. THE DISTRICT CONVENTION ANNUAL V. M. II. A. ELECTIONS THIS WEDNESDAY What promisee to be 1"m Ht "i" 1 it.-d election held at tbe "Y" will take place this Wednesday, '" lKt There are ftp candidates npjalnatad to fill 12 ratilnciaa on the official staff of the organisation. You can write your own ticket but here. goc* my guess. For President, Milton A. Friedman; VlccPreaident, Alvin Groeemnn; Secretary. Dr. Harold Hand ; Treasurer, Nat Rliiinberg. RABBI ASKS AID FOR CHRISTIANS New fork. (WNS)—An appeal "to our brethren and the public in general" to give aid i" the American Commiiiee tor ChriatJan German BefogMI was mi by 883 Babbhl (TO In ill.. Greater New Sort Dtatrlct) affiliated with the Synagogue Council of America la n manifesto lasuad by Dr. Bliai llargolli of Mi. Vernon, preaident f the Synagogue Council, an organisation nnltlog the spiritual leaderahlp of all American Jewry. The complete taxi of the manlfegto %  igned by the 3:tn Babbia followai CANNON ELECTED TO CONGRESS Pat Cannon, wnoee ii" 1from "" obacure Georgia boy t" I atM In ''••"greai reada like %  lueeaai npral -t"-y. was lie,-., n the Demooratla nominee fi i til.Fourth Congressional I >tii.t at the ruii-i.ff primary laal Tuee,i;,v by a majority <>r fivm ,fc, ir ,„„..r ^_ :_s*.a. 0RAYN00 "OUR LIGHT BY DOeflS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP 1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO. FLA. Friday service* at 8:18 p. m. Due to the advent of the .Southern District No. 5. B'nai B'rith convention to be held this week end in Orlando, Rabbi gkop will speak on the theme "What Unites and Divides Jews." Mr. Hyman Jacobs, president of Orand Dodge District No. 5, will be guest at the servicee. DEATH OF MB. DE U>NO After two years of suffering Mr. De Dong. 72-years old psssed away early Tuesday and was buried next to hi. wife at Congregation Ohev Hholom Mt. Neboh Cemetery. Rabbi Skop and Cantor Leshln.ky officiated CONFIRMATION JINE h One of the most Impressive service. *,, been arranged for the -onfirmation of the class of I0M fr Mm t at 7:45 p. m., June 6th. Jews from Central Florida are invited to attend. A musical program is being arranged by Mr. Eli Haimovita, outstanding scholarship pianist. Miss Alice 8teinholta and Mrs. Belle Hoffman. Y. M. H. A. DPfOrn SHAYNE DRUGS TO 1 The Y. M. H. A. diamondball team handed Shayne Drug its first defeat of the season by a 2 to 1 score. Hy Sachs pitched in excellent form, allowing hnt 4 hit* while Izzy Meyerwitz slamme.l ont a homer and Nonny Thaler doubled to score Davis La'kawitz with the second run. On the following niitht the "Y" played with the Marine A. C. Mm to roll op on 9 to 1 victory. Ab Winer startH for the "Y" and was relieved by H7 Sack* after weakening in the third innine. Their third game of the week again-t the Naval Reaerve team was also placed in the win eolnnra to place them a half game out of first place. DRAMATIC GUILD PLAY "HERRING" The first dramatic performance of the recently formed Dramatic Guild will present a one-at Jewish problem plsy on Wednesday. June 8tb. at 8:00 o'clock. No admission charge. Members of the cast are: William I.ieberman. Alice Steinhoitd. Orwin Liebermnn Patricia Nadler. Belle Nah-n. Phil Opper and Abe Kamenoff. The plsy won first prize in a Hillei Foundation contest at Ohio State rv.:.. Do not mias it. Y. M. H. A. opponents for next week are: Monday. May 30tli—Miami Beach A. C. Tuesday. May 3L Civic League, grudge game. Come to the Ban Teams Ball this Sunday. SIOGA A AND JUNIOR T" TO HONOR GRADUATES Thi year aa in other years tbmembers of the Sioca Fraternity and the Junior "Y" will honor all Jewish bovs and girls graduating in the Greater Miami area with an open bouse party and dance on Thursday. Jnn* Orb at the "Y." Chairman Leonard Margolis wants it known that no Come to the Ball Team Ball ib'Sunday. BESILTS OF Y. W. H. A. NOMINATIONS Last Tuesday the Y. W. H. A. held nominations from which the following candidate* emerged: For President : Ida Engler. Mr*. Pearl Reisroan. Mrs. Sam Shindell ; Vice-President: Iris Blnmberg. 0et trnde Mandel, Mrs. Josephine Symsn and Josephine Koiman : Recording Secretary: Mrs. Pearl Reisman. Mrs. Ann Berger. 8arah Rosenhooae and Gertrude Srhaff; Corresponding Secretary: Gertrude Mand*l. Mrs. Max Shenkman and Mrs. Rosen: Treasurer : Mr*. Sam Shindell. Josepine Koiman. Mrs. William Friedman and. Frances Tobma. Directors at Large: Mr* Berger. Mrv. Roberts. Mrs. Rosen. Mrs. Shinden. Mr*. Werntraub. Dora Rosenboose. Mrs. Bltrmberg. Mr*. Rosenfeld. Mr.. Keswer. Miss Ida Engler. Mr. I MandeL Mrs. G. Mandel. Mrs. Syman. MoHy Ante and Mlsa Gertrude Schaff. A speeial meeting has been caned for Tuesday. May .TUt for tbe aanual election of officers of tbe T. W. H. A.—Good ruck candidates. Mr Cannon in an inter, njiimnntaftTT of thia -aid view with paper. Activel9g Mr Cannon in hi, r ,ee was Mr. Sidney L Sega* vice-president of th GmOiaf Miami Zioni-t District and secretary ',' %  '' B'nai B'rith. who served a. caaaa o ngn manager for Mr. Cannon snd wh ,:,.,, credit for the nnu-ually cleans an.' leessasf il <*mpa>r A Victory celebration will be held aOSM time nexr week. M! Dora Rosenhooae who baa been chairman of the public apeakiag cusses of the Y. W. H Awas the recipient of s beautiful gift for aerrices ten d e r ed SIDNEY !_ SKGAI.I. Proaainesrt attorney ark* was pxirn manager for Pat Ca ssencMs'uJ randMate for Coatrcaa ha Tn e aaTar's pviaaary.



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MA Y 27 '1938 F s III p< O I a in 7.\he ai cd gi wh oil I fin ur tur ins sh. s. BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6W6 Albacore Drive—6-126S 630 N. E. S1t St.— 2-9648 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabble will be In the Temple every morning. TOO may consult with them on mattera concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic strict Sd needlee to 6ajr eaoh m "er will be held In FRIDAY NIGHT — MAKB NO ENGAGEMENTS — PAY NO VISITSGIVE NO PARTIES — GO TO TEMPLE v,ol,! CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the ( ongregal Ion."—HlllelTEMI'LE ISRAEL GRADUATION At the services this Friday evening. May 27th, 11)38 at 8:15 o'clock, the annual Commencement exercises of the high school department will take place. The following program has bean arranged : Invocation—Betty Letaw. Conducting the Services—Lcnnre Levy, William A. Mayer, Jcane T. Weinberg, Me r ton Simon. Prefatory Address—Inn Shirley Levy. "The Rook of Books"—Ilortensc Elaine Bcckwitt. "ESSAYS" On "The People of the Book, and Books Which have Influenced that People." 1. The Bible—Nathan Ajonorlt*. 2. The Talmud —Ruth Esther Buskin. 8. The Commentaries of Rashi— Bernard I. Miller. 4. The Kuzari of Tlalevi—Theodore IT. Plant. 5. The Guide to the Perplexed of Maimonides—Dorothy Ann Levin. 6. The Bbulchan Aruch of Caro— Mnreia Irene Kohl. Musical Selection—Choir. The Prayer Book—Irving Rubin. Hosing Address—Daniel M. Riehtcr. Presentation of Diplomas—Isaac Levin, president of the Congregation. Presentation of Class Rings—Mrs. M. P. Travers, president of the Sisterhood. Tlymn No. 4, Class Gift—Betty Llebling. Address—Rabbi Kaplan. Closing Prayer—Frances Cohen. Concluding Services—E. Raymond Lyons. The essays written by the graduates are based on the year's course of study in Rabbi Zwitman's class. A reception for the graduates will follow the services. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL "Even the rebuilding of the Temple In IMIMIUIII is not as important as the instruction of children." SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC The annual picnic of the Religious School will take place this Sunday '"orning, May 88th, at the Las Olas Casino, Fort Lauderdule, Florida. Parents mid their children arc invited to attend. For transportation arrangements please cull Mrs. Gordon Davis, secretary of the Religious School. PARTICIPANTS IN CLOSING EXERCISES The following children received honors in their classes: PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Mrs. Saslow's class—Honor ccrtifiratcs: Phyllis Wilhelm, Jules Pearlman, Jr Rest Attendance: Phyllis Wilhelm. Bsaajt read by Jules Pearlman, Jr. Mrs. Levin's Class—Honor certificates: Natalie LeVine, Elaine Simonhoff. Essay read by Natalie LeVine INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT Class 1. Teacher: Mrs. I. L. Seligman — Honor certificates: Sybil Cowen, Norma Pellar. Perfect Attendance: Germaine Blum. Baaay read by Sybil Cowen and I/ois Nevins. Class 2. Teacher: Mrs. Leon Eber. Honor certificate, Harold Weinberg Billy Rubin. Essay read by narold Weinberg and Billy Rubin. Perfect Attendance: Shelia Slann, Barbara and Melvin Frumkes. Ruth Pellar, Joy Bennett and Billy Rubin. Class 3. Teacher: Mrs. Jules Pearlman—Honor certificates: Adele Cowen and Rosemnnd Rubin. Honorable mention: Shelia Lewis, Philip Weinstein, Charles Goldstein. Perfect attendance: Adele Cowen, Charles Goldstein. Philip Weinstein, Billy Cohen and Robert Alpert. Essay read by Shelia Lewis. Class 4. Teacher: Mrs. Ethel Grossman — Honor certificate: Dorothy Ratnor, Mnrjorie Rcichenbach, Lois Goldstein and Joy Simonhoff. Essay rend by Barbara Gordon. Perfect attendance: Sterling Lavine, Hart Cohen, Dorothy Goldstieii, Emma Rosenberg. Class 5. Teacher: Mr. Nathan Zwltman—Honor certificates: Joyce Pearlman and Charles Hubin. Perfect attendance i Henry Bronncr and Muriel Frumkes. Essay read by Joseph Mirsky. Charles Rubin and Marjoric Fisher, HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Claaa l. Teacher: Mrs. I. M. Weinstein— Honor certificates: Harriet Goldman and Gloria Kirstcin. Honorable mention: Harriet Marcus. Perfect attendance: Jack Reicben bach, Essie Sobel. Harriet Goldman, Eileen Cowen. Essay read by Leonard Lewis. Gloria Kirstcin and Florence Cromer. Class 2. Teacher: Mr. Frank Perlninn—Honor certificates: Ruth Wolkowsky and Florence Marcus. Perfect attendance: Morgan Levy. Essay read by Ruth Wolkowsky. Class 8. Teacher: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan—Honor certificates: Jack Rubin and Marjoric Rcichenbach, Perfect attendance: Frank Davis, Mitchell Goldman. Honorable mention for attendance at Sabbath morning services: Mitchell Goldman. Jack Metzger, Stanley Ratner. Gladys Wolfe. Jack Rubin, Frank Davis and Paul Louis. Essay read by Marjoric Rcichenbach. Class 4. Teacher: Rabbi Oolman A. Zwitmnn—Honor pupils: Ruth Baakin, Dorothy Ann Levin, Mania Kohl, Nathan Aronovitz, Bernard Miller and Theodore Plant. The class will was read by Dorothy Ann Levy, the class prophecy by Shirley Levy. HEBREW DEPARTMENT Teacher: Mr. Friedman—Dailv Hebrew School honor pupils: Robert Alpert, Billy Cohen. R„,h Courtmnn. Myron Lenvitt. Morton Miller, Franklyn Nankin, Freeman Nevins. Billy Rabin. Charles Rubin, Joy Simonhoff. Loon Sirkin. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES INHEBREW Honor pupils: Mona Pastroff. Shelia Slann, David Lewis. Lois Nevin Joyce Pearlman. Reg ina Loveman, Joseph Mirsky. Ro mesa Rosenthal, Barbara Gordon. CONFIRMATION The following pupilg of our Relic.ous School will be confirmed Into the faith of Israel on June 5th, 1938 at the Shavuoth Confirmation service in the Temple: Use Ashcr. Juli„, E. Bearman. Dick Bronncr. Edwin F. Chentoff. I. Frank Davis, Mitchell M. Goldman. Peggy Goldsmith. Blanche Goldstein, Lila Greenspan, Frances Rose Katz Walter LaVigne. Paul A Louis, Jack H Merger, Myrn .1. Mirsky. Stanlev P. Reisner, Beri Rip pa Benutdine Ann Roth, Jack Ruhin, Chnrlvne I* Ruskin. Shirley Bteln and Gladvs MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5t8 EB SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Dally: Shachrls at 8 a. m.; Mlncha at 5:30 p. m.; Maarlv, 15 minutes after sunset. Sabbath services: Friday evening at 5:30 p. m.; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. in.; Saturday afternoon at 515 p. (LOSING EXERCISES More than two hundred people attended the closing exercises of the Sunday School Sunday night last. Rabbi Abraham Kellner was in charge of the proceedings and the children of i in school presented a most enjoyable program of songs, recitations, sketches and poems. Cantor Victor Jacob; was heard in several song (elections and greetings of the congregation were extended by Mr. II. M. Drevich president, Mr. Morris Grossman chairman of the committee of examiners reported of the splendid progress of the Hebrew School ami similar sentiments were expressed by Mr. Max Rifas chairman of the Education committee, Mr. P.iiekstein presented the teachers of tinSunday School with gifts on behalf of the Ladies Auxiliary and each teacher cave out prizes in her class while Rabbi Kellner distribI iitnl prizes among the winners in the j Hebrew School Mr. Dievich then presented the Habanoth girls with lieailtifnl bracelets and their leader. Mrs. Kellner with a set of books. The girls themselves presented Mrs. Kellner with s lovely gift of flowers. Mrs. Cecil Tannenbanm director of dramatics was also a recipient of a valuable hook in recognition of her devoted efforts. CONGRATULATIONS Sincere congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. I. Lipton upon the recent engagement of their (laughter. Miss Ethel Lipton to Mr. Philip Ncuwirth, — 1— ——Sill— MAZEL TOY We are happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Miss Norma Schwartz und Mr. Edward Rubin whose wedding will be solemnised br Rabbi Kellner during the comini week. LADIES AUXILIARY Installation of the newly elected of. ficers of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held this Sunday night. May 20th at 8 :00 o'clock, in the main auditorium of the Synagogue. Mindful of the responsibilities and sacred obllgationi that they assume the. newly chosen officers elected to be installed at an impressive Shul ceremony rather than at a banquet. Mrs. Charles Tannenhaum is chairman of the committee on installations and in addition t 0 the officers were elected and will he instnllcd MM, N. Rlumberg. Mrs. M, Kotkin. Mrs. Max Kupferstein. Mm. I. Rosengarten, Mrs. Chas. Tannenhaum and Mrs. Trneger. The chairman of each committee will be announced in a subsequent issue of tlii newspaper. An elnborate program has been planned for the evening and after the ceremonies the Ladies Auxiliary will be hosts to all present and will serve delicious refreshments. VLRNI'. VRE MARKET rVfiAGUlST PHONE 341^ HtlttlllllWlIf KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th Si and Normal Ave CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meat* NOW OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA DEMAND IT FROM TOUR DELICATESSEN Wolfe. GREYHOUND LINES I GR1THOUKD TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH A w !"!" R RECT BUS INFORMATION >L f? 1 Q1 O ALL NORTHBOUND BUgSEB LEAVE FROM A it 5-lolZ 515 Washington Avenue """" """' "• % %  >.-"". iinuM,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .1,:^ I I I!) 2/sw 2„J1 i u W^'JemshFlarUlan ^ji.W. ^ndAve.Miam,. Prit.„ d P„bli,hry 1 I ^^^^-^_^



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PA Of! THREE FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSBS MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 326 Jeffenon Avenu. •Phon 5-1328 MAURICE Q. MAMCHES, Cantor 726 Meridian Avenue •Phon 8-2013 •• Millions of users feel that they get quicker, more pleasant, more effective relief from ALKA-SELTZER than from -old-fashioned unpalatable preparations. That's why ALKA-SELTZER is more in demand than almost any other single item in the average drug store. We recommend ALKA-SELTZER for the relief of Gas on Stomach, Sour Stomach, Headache, Colds, "Morning After," Muscular Pains, and as a Gargle In Minor Throat Irritations. We really mean it Use ALKA-SELTZER for any or all of these discomforts. Your money back if it fails to relieve. In addition to an analgesic (Acetyl-Salicylate of Soda), each glass of ALKA-SELTZER contains alkalizers which help to correct those everyday ailments due to Hyper-Acidity. In 301 and 60c 1 packages at your drug store. Alka-Seltzer



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Refugee Work in the U.S.A. Aided by $100,000 Bequest to J.D.C. and Coordinating Committee A bequest of $100,000 to aid refugees and immigrants coming from Germany, which was made from a hospital bed at midnight by Jacob Fox, president of the Owners and Tenants Electric Co., shortly before his death, was presented to the American Jewish J oint Distribution Committee and the Jational Coordinating Committee for Aid to Refugees and Immigrants Coming from Germany, on May 17. The presentation was made at the offices of the Joint Distribution Committee in New York Gty to William Rosenwald and Edward M M. Warburg, representing both committees, by Aaron Rabinowitz, Samuel G. Rosenthai, and Leon M. Mnuchin, executors of the Jacob Fox Esute. At the presentation, it was learned thai Mr. Fox, suffering from acute appendicitis, had refused to undergo an operation until %  new will was drawn and signed by him iff the hospital shortly before his death. He called Mr. Mnuchin, his attorney, in the middle of the night and cxorAittd the will at Mt. Sinai Hospital. His great concern was for the welfare of Jewish Refugees from Germany. His main objective was to bequeath a sireable portion of his wealth for the relief 0/ these people. The 1100,000 was entrusted to the Trustees and Executors to care for Jewish refugees from Germany and they chose the Joint Distribution Committee, which is aiding' the National Coordinating Committee with funds, as the recipient of the Deques!. The fund is earmarked for expenditure in this country and is to be recorded in the minutes and reports of the J. D. C. Mr. Rosenwald, one of those who officially received the bequest is Vice Chairman of the National Coordinating Committee, %  Vice-Chairman of the Joint Di<* tribution Committee and Co-Chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee's 1938 National Campaign for $5,100,000. Mr. Warburg is Chairman of the Greater New York Campaign of the Joint Distribution Committee. The above photograph taken during the presentation ceremonies shows, from left to right: Joseph C. Hyman, Secretary and Executive Director, Joint Distribution Committee; Morris C. Troper, Executive Vice-Chairman, Greater New York Campaign; Edward M. M. Warburg, Chairman, Greater New York Campaign; William Rosenwald, CoChairman, National Campaign Joint Distribution Committee; Aaron Rabinowitz, Samuel G. Rosenthal, Leon A. Mnuchin, Executors and Trustees of the Fox Esute; and Isidor Coons, National Campaign Director, Joint Distribution Committee. 4 SOCIETY 1 1 11 W> VssAlI PLAN'S BENEFIT PARTY To add to its Youth Aliyah Fund for the purpose of sending as ninny of thf German and Austrian Jewish youth to Palestine before 8ptember, the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah is sponsoring, a bingo pnrty next Sunday evening. May 20th at Eddy's Lucky and Fortune, Miami Bench, with the admission charge of fifty cents being allowed in free play. The public is urged to attend and thus help this worthy cause. • • • INSTALLATION TO BE HELD The installation of officers of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue Sunday evening. May 21>th at S:00 o'clock when the officers recently elected and the Board of Directors will be inducted into office. Refreshment! will be served following the ceremonies. Those named to the Board of Directors are Mesdamse Max Kuferatein. Morris Kotkin. Nat Blumberg. II. Trneger. I. Rosengarten and Chas. Tnnnenbnum. Pates of important events which the organization will sponsor during the owning term in addition to the usual parties are: July 10. lfttS. annual benefit picnic ; October 2.1rd, Cafeteria supper; December lfith, Chanuka party and February 28th. 1939 annual Purim ball. City wide organizations are asked not to conflict with these • • • ANMAL ELF.CTIONS TO BE UK I Ji All members of the Y. M. TL A. are urged to attend the annual election of officers to be held on next Wednesday evening. June 1st at the clnbroms beginning at R :00 o'clock. Moving picture, of the meeting will be tnken and refreshments will he served. SIOGA TO HOLD ANNUAL EVENT The Siogn Fraternity, composed of voting Jewish boys whose object it has been to aid every worthy Jewish cause In this area will hold their annual dance at the Royal Palm Club Sunday evening. June 19th. The proceeds this year will be given to the Y. M. H. A. Building Fund. In charge of this event is a committee headed by Sam Bandanes ns general chairman. Irvin Rotfort, Abe Silver. Leonard Margolis and Dave Kronberg. Tickets arc only one dollar per couple. WEST PALM BEACH NOTES The Fun and Frolics Club met last Wednesday night at the home of Migg Connie Lee on Valencia Road. Plans for a boat ride were discussed and left in the hands of the entertainment committee. Delightful refreshments were served. Among those ^r C O O L ^y Seaboard / reclining seat air-conditioned coaches This Is the w.y lo got For speed, Sfty, economy—and enjoyment of th latest developments of tha ear-builders' art. Low cost ratal •nd pillow service. Look et these examples of one-way dally fares— On Way Firti In. MIAMI IlkrMt T. CkM|. Wltkllt ItttM _FRIDAY, MAY 27,193$ present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ira May. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moss, Mr. and Mrs. Pan Goodmark. Adeline Goldstein, Snm Greene, Estelle Davidson. Charles Knpncr, Sum Knpner, Ilrloise Bleckner, Sylvia Feiga, Rot Pierce, France* Gold, Mildred Moss, Henry Goldstein, Myrtle Lerner and Connie Lee. The Joseph Seller Memorial Talmud Torah, being built by the Congregation Beth El will be completed the latter part of this week. It will be the scene of a wedding on Mny 29th. Mr, Maurice Moss and Miss Mildred Ackernian will be united. A fino wedding is predicted. Congregation Beth El had services lost Friday night with Mr. Harry Greenhlntt officiating and assisted by Sam Greene. An unusual summer attendance was present. from Spain and Portugal i„ he j, and 10th centuries have launched project to settle the entire Sephardi* Jewish community of Hamburg, Get* many in Suriiinin, Dutch eoton.. the eastern const of South Amerles. Dr. A. J. Van Meemstra, *>„„, of Surinam, has re|tortei| that 200 .'100 Jewish families can be KtatJ there. Acting on this inf. lnatk th World Sepimrdic Congress, which met here lost week, voted to support the project. The Sephardic community |„ Hamburg numbers 150 persona. Services, were held nt Temple Israel last Friday night with Dr. Carl A. Herman officiating. Dr. Herman delivered his usual interesting sermon VIC BERRY Mr. Berry who for Use past nine years waa associated with the Firestone Service Stations throughout Florida during which time he waa service manager for the Miami branch, Is now the owner and operator of the Causeway Service Station on the Causeway adjoining the Florida Power and Light Company plant. noita ^,^ Jark.onvllk, '.'," New Trk Norfolk ......__...r*o.w S3.1S .-...._.._. T.3S —. S 7.ee ... se.se Pblla.drrpfc.la PHUbars* st.se ... se.is Wa.bl.Hon .... sj.ie CITY TICKET OFFICE 135 E. Flatter St. Phones 3-3126—2-S104 T. W. LTJCKETT, D. P. A. Last Sunday there was a benefit card party for the Congregation Beth El at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Schutzer. Mesdames Ann Mow and Rose Schutzer were co-hostesses. A representative group of Temple Israel was present. Refreshments were enjoyed by nil. Proceeds went to further beautify the Joseph Seller Memorial Talmud Torah. SEPHARDIC JEWS SEEK REFUGE Amsterdam, (WNS) — Sephardic Jews in Holland whose ancestors found refuge here after being expelled THE MIAMI BEACH KOSHER MARKET 327 COLLINS AVENUE BEGINNING JUNE 7 WILL CLOSE AT 1 P. M. O'CLOCK EXCEPTING THURSDAY and BATCRDA1 Equipped to Serve Your Every Want in Kosher Foods FOR RENT I Might ful Rooms, for adults only, kitchen privilege-, limited to those observing Dietary I.aws, very reasonable raten for summer. Inquire MRS. A. SLOAN 218 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Florida Firestone Tires, Batteries, Auto Supplier—Texaco Petroleum Products Road Service PHONE 6-4417 Marfak Lubrication Vic Berry's Causeway Service Station ? eSSaSP C AUSEWAY-NEXT TO POWER PLANT CMl < ailed tor and Delivered Free of Charge—Miami Beach. Florida TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS LAST TUESDAY'S VOTE definitely demonstrated your support to me. I hope to express my appreciation in a practical manner during my tenure of office. THANK YOU! PAT CANNON NOMINEE FOR CONORESS MORE FOR YOUR MOM Here is extra earning power from your savinsgs account with absolute safety. We have always paid 4 percent on savings no matter how large or small. Each account is insured up to $5,000 by an agency of the U. S. Government. PHONE 3-2652 MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAYINGS DRDE FEDERAL SRvincs nno Lonn nssocmTion • OF mm mi Ground Fleor Conor ess Bldg., 109 N. E. Second Rvi. J. M. LIPTON, President IHUIH„.IU,UU mn „„„„ ll „„„„„„„ m „„„ B1|||lm „,„„„„„„„„„„„ ;„„„„„„„„„„„„



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viaf TRUCE FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN _. CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY = THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PAT RONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY ACCOUNTANT V. EDWARDS Chartered Accountant All branches of Accounting. Complete Tax Service. Olympla Bid*. Phone 38831. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE General Auto Repairing WRECKER SERVICE ACTO PAINTING Generators, Starters. Ignition, Prompt 8er 7. C< QUIGLEY*S GARAGE .... 131 Alton Rd.. M-Bch.. Tel, 5-9138 BATTERIES SERVICE BATTERIES AUTO AND MARINE PRICED SS.M UP Recharging. Complete Electrical and Ignition Service. Motor Winding, Carburetor Rebuilding. ROAD 8ERVICE Expert Workmanship BEST BATTERY COMPANY inOfl W. Flngler St. Tel. 3-3212 BODY MASSAOE Acquire the Body Beautiful FOR LADIES Reduce or Gain S to 5 Inches In 24 Treatments—Colonic Irrigations BEACH CONDITIONING CLUB 432 Espanol Way. Miami Beach Phone 5-4335 BUILDERS L. E. EDWARDS, Contractor Builder of Mornmgside I.EROY S. EDWARDS, Manager 6812 Biscavne Blvd. Phone 7-2166 In Miami Since 1898 "Let's Build a Home" CONSULT me If that U your "WISH" I will make It a "REALITY." Planning, financing, building, that s my 'business. JESSE E. MARCOUX 37S S. W. 1st St. Ph. 4-1428 BUILDING MATERIAL E. J. WARNER ft COMPANY Lumber Sand Rock Brick TUe Pressedwood Shingles Roofing Builders Hardware Dupont Duco Paints Everything in Building Material 8128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phones 2-1763 2-17 &4 BUSINESS COLLEGES COMPLETE Stenographic secretarial and accounting courses. „."}?• National Association Accredited Commercial Schools. _-MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE Phong Mjffl 1 p Mjgig A COMFORT -|PROTECTION A WELL VENTILATED ATTIC MEANS A COOL HOME BARRON'S "SELFACTION" LEAK-PROOF VENTILATORS KEEP OUT BLOWTNG RAINS and prevent high pressure formation In attics. Let us replace your leaky vents now. __._,-wr^r rwr 1* P. IRELAND COMPANY, INC. 543 N. W. First Court Phone 8-e, Hotel and Restaurant Equipment. "If you use It—Wo service It.—MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE— J. F. McMalns. Mgr.. 1722 W. Flagler, Phone 2-6369. TERMITE PROOFING TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE Odorless Fireproof Safe Old or Now Buildings S TEAR GUARANTEE Scmi-Annual Free Inspection. Hundreds of Satisfied Customers In South Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively. TERMITE CONTROL CO John Severiq. Mgr. Phone 7-2313 120 N. W. 53rd St. TRANSFER AND STORAGE JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER A STORAGE COMPANY. INC. 1000 N. E. First Ave. Local and Long Distance Hauling. Vaults for Furs. Rugs and Silver. CRATING—PACKING—SHIPPING Fireproof Warehouses—Custom Bonded—Moth Proofing WE move you anywhere In L. S. A. Bonded and Insured carriers. Phone 2-71SS. Suddath Mo vine and Storage Co. Office In all principal 'cities. TREE MOVING JOHN H. WHITFIELD Nursery and Landscaping. Tree moving specialist. Best of references. 121J M. W. 79th 8L Phone 7-J7J7. Drama. Color. Interest The Jewish Festivals by HAYYIM SCHAUSS Obtcurt origins rrvoJod, Colorful cortmouios portrayed, Exquuito art objects Ulmtratod &f 2.50 Tfa UNION OF AM1RICAN HBBREW CONGUOATION3 • Mmkmm Wrf*. CINCINNATI w_ -a** if THE JEWISH FESTIVALS rAJJnm. CMf flu! mkmiQ SmJCO.D. a Griebl To Remain In Germany Berlin (WNS)—White the American authorities in New York were checking reports that the German consulate there connived at the flight of Dr. Ignatz T. Griebl. naturalized American citizen who is wanted as a key witness in the spy ring probe, the former president of the Friends of the New Germany was fined 60 marks for entering Germany without a passport and immediately released." I At the same time it was announced he had received permission to practice medicine in Germany and would remain here permanently, thus putting him beyond the reach of the American. Government.



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MAY 27.19% CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) MAX SHATMRO, Rabbi 1029 N. W. lit Street Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-217* Prizes and certificates will be awarded to the honor pupils of all classes during the closing exercises of our Sunday School this coming Sunday morning at 10 :0O. Parents who desire to witness these exercises are permitted to do so. The names of all honor students will be mentioned next week. THE RABBIS MESSAGE I turn to you for the last time this year, members, fathers, mothers and friend! of Beth David to remind you of the heavy duty you placed upon us the past few years. In the few meager moments we meet with the children of the community we are expected to endow them with the knowledge of n tradition centuries old: to cultivate their religious consciousness, and to strengthen their moral nature. Too often do we feel that the influence of home runs counter to the teachings of our institution. If ever we are truly to accomplish the goal of religious training, we DUMt be given the cooperation of parents and members. We wish through acquaintance with parents and members to penetrate with understanding to the roots of our children's personalities. We ask, then, for a greater rapprochement between members, parents, and our congregation : so that our efforts may be welded together for the common cause of our children's moral and spiritual education. Members and fathers, we ask that you be present at our annual congregational meeting to be held Wednesday evening. June Sth. Problems and matters of utmost importance involving the future of our institution and your children will be discussed. A dinner will precede the annual meething for members in good standing. Fathers, if you are not as yet affiliated— now is your chance. Members, if you are in arrears—we ask you to become in good standing. Don't forget—Wednesday Evening. June Sth. at 0 :30—Congregational Dinner and Annual Meeting! CONFIRMATION EXERCISES Our Confirmation exercises, this %  ear has been arranged to give a brief original summary of the history, ideals LOUIS HAYMAN, Exec. Sec. 149 N. W. Sth Street Phone 2-5674 and principles of Israel. The essays presented and to be recited arc original essays written by the confirmants. The confirmation exercise will take place this coming Sunday evening, May 20th at 8:15 promptly at the Synagogue, The confirmants are: Velma Abraham, Leah Arnnovitz, Thelma Horowitz. Frances Malkin, Doris Mnlmud, Henry Mendell, Miriam Singer, Sylvia Snyder. Solomon Sokolow, Ruth Steinberg, Rose Teichner. Marion Wohl, Diana Blatman and Liln Orgell. In addition to the confirmants Harold Shapiro will discuss "Our Junior Israel" and Jack Mendell—"We, the Junior Scientists." Shirley Jamison, a member of the post—confirmation class won the essay contest on "Hebrew Education" which she will deliver during the exercises. Cantor Louis Ilayman will be heard in appropriate vocal selections. Mr. Jack August, president of the congregation, will give the address of welcome. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, president of the congregation, will award the certificates. Mrs. Sol Rotfort, past president of the Sisterhood will present the Bibles. Mr. Stanley C. Myers will address the congregants and teachers of Beth David. Rabbi Max Shapiro will give the charge unto the confirmants and pronounce tho blessings. Mrs. E. Shaeffer will acompany at the piano. The members of our choir who will participate are: Mrs. Ed Friedman. Mrs. William Weintrnub, Mrs. E. Shaeffer. Mrs. M. Rubinstein, Mrs. M. Apte. Miss E. Font and Miss II. Katziff. The confirmation exercises are under the direction of Mrs. Harry Oliphant. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC The annual picnic of the Sunday School held last Sunday was a huge success. Col. Sidney H. Palmer, past president of the Synagogue directed the games in a most capable manner in the absence of Mr. Stanley C Myen who was out of the city. In charge of arrangements for this annual event were Mrs. Harry Oliphant. president of the Sisterhood and Mrs. Sol Rotfort, past president of the Sisterhood. wanted because we have not conformed to that norm. Precisely that is what happened i Germany. Precisely that is what is implicit in Hi" Statement made by Phil LaFollette—and not by 1' itil alone. What is the answer? As citizens of the United States of America, as nationals of this nation. we arc one hundred percent Americans, But we are Jews, an ethnic and cultural group of recognisable historic and psychological homogeneity. We are one hundred percent Americans. But we are one hundred percent Americans as Jews. If our loyalty, our devotion and our achievement have a moral accent and a sp'ritual color of their own, then that moral accent and that spiritual tinge are in so far forth an American moral accent and an American spiritual tinge. Else we are once more In exile and once more in bondage. The Negro is also one hundred percent American. But according to i Phil LaFollrtte and the others who i use that phrase about being Americans first and Jews next, the Negro would have to be told that he must be a white man first nnd a Negro afterwards. For he who has his special psychological and moral accent and his Americanism will always be tinged by that tone nnd that accent. Freedom means freedom. It must mean, above all. the freedom to be what one was eternally meant to be. It is only as such that one can contract loyalties and acknowledge duties; it is only as inch that .inc's loyalties nnd duties have any moral worth. The Jew who is not concerned over the fats of his brethren in bondage nor passionately nwnre of the redemption of his people Id Palestine is not a very high type of Jew. But since Jewishness is co-extensive with his humanity (even as Phil LaFoIlette'a ethnic ancestral and icligious bring is co-extenaive with bis) he will no) be a very high type of human being and by the same token not the highest type of citiesn. He may be n gjick politician or a faithful henchman even. He will aot be leading thai good life In Ita higbesl sense of Integrity from which alone the very highest l.vi f citizenship can arise. The best Jew is the best American. Xn contradiction or antithesis or dichotomy can be permitted h"-e. Americanism and Jewishness av different functioning! of the same organism. No question of priority or judgment of value can be permitted. I hope that Mr. Phil LaFollette may sec these words. It is possible that he has not really thought thl matter through and was merely UBln' a conventional phrase. But the phrjie is a very dangerous one, dang^a. to the Jewish people, dangerom t,> the cause of liberty itself. "^GREETINGS BTfAI B'RITH DELEGATES Stop at FORT GATLIN HOTEL during your annual convention, May 29th and 30th In Orlando. Low Summer Rates and Winter Time Comforts." § Do You Own Your Home? There never was a better tint* than now to build one The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes It Possible Olve me a call and I will gladly help you to get the best possible Information aa to lu DUQ. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone I-I1S1 Camp Wohelo for Girls 85 miles from Washington, D. C; SO miles from Baltimore, Md.; in the heart of the BluRidge NINTH SEASON OPENS JULY 1st For information helpful you and your daughters, write or phone Bertha Berkowich Levy %  OWNER and DIRECTOR 1625 8. W. 15th Street MIAMI. FLA. Phone 8-192* 10 THE WORLD'S WINDOW +• -By LUDWIG LEWIS0HN-Why are the liberals not all friends of the Jewish people? I have asked the question before and sought to give nn answer. But to the various anBWera given by others as well as by me another must be added. Liberalism is being corroded nnd corrupted in the minds nnd emotions of mnny Who profess it. They have forgotten its meaning. They have forgotten that it has no meaning unless it stands uncompromisingly for the ultimate maximum of human liberty, that it prefers the risk of licence fo the risk of slavery and that it does so not In the belief but in the absolute knowledge that liberty is at one with life for both men and societies and that the loss of liberty means first rigidity. next decay, finally death. The occasions of these refletcions is the amazing article on Phil La Follette of Wisconsin by Max Lerner in the Nation of May 14. I am not for the moment concerned with the larger and graver dangers represented by Phil LaFollette's state of mind as reported by Lerner. Let me emphntfge the fncts that are the crucial facts for us. LaFolIette went to Ger| many in 1033. He was evidently impressed. He is also impressed by the methods and achievements of Mustnphn Kcmal. Be made a public statement in 1033 against the Jewish boycott of Germnn goods. Now let mc quote Mr. Lerner's article. "The Jews, he feels, have—because of their economic success in declining capitalism —become easy marks for vindictivcness. They must not dissipate th.'ir energies in foreign boycotts, but concentrate them on the opportunity for reform in their own country. They must be Americans first and Jews afterwards." It is I who have italicized the last sentence. It is the universal danger signal. It is the beginning of anti-Semitism of a kind the ultimate logical conclusion of which %  the pogrom—bloody or bloodless. For by setting up for us an external norm which we reach or do not reach according to those who have set up that norm, they who do so can declare it any moment from motives of whatever character that despite perfct loyalty, superb patriotism, comp'ete devotion in peace and war. mngnificient cultural achievement, we arc not Yoa ON IMP breeigjr sad brisk g* dry...safe restftd,rckxnKS^...bys Bf-e co. %  om^lw^coohatsavlvetrtfcfi^^^ Teraw OsJy a few Mm per gjgjg* M j.. fomatioa at ocr shmooas or yoar dealer's. mmm. m


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May 27, 1938

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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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VOLUME 11.NO 21.
MIAMI, FLORIJJA, tKlDAx', MAY 27, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
TO HOLD SERVICES
Fur the first time in the history of
this area Jewish soldiers will partici-
pate as a unit in Memorial Day Ser-
vices next Monday, May 30th. The
Freda Markowitz Post of the Jewish
War Veterans will Rather at 9:00 a.
n.| at the county courthouse where
they will join other war veterans for
the Memorial Day Parade. The Jew-
ish Veterans will march in the fourth
section East of the courthouse facing
South immediately hehind the'Mili-
tary Order of the World War. The
parade will match East on Flagler
street to Bay front Park where Me-
morial services will be held, then leav-
ing by autos for the Little Arlington
Cemetery In Woodlawn Park.
Following the services the Jewish
Veterans will march to the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery Association
plot in Woodlawn Park where several
Jewish soldiers are interred and will
hold special services under the direc-
tion of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. chap-
lain of the Freda Markowitz Post.
The public is urged to attend and
those having relatives or friends in-
terred in the Jewish Cemetery are
asked to attend and decorate their
graves. Col. Sidney H. Palmer is
fhairman of the arrangements com-
mittee in charge of the observance.
Egyptian Premier
Hints at Solution
Palestine Problem
Cairo (WXS)A solution of the
Palestine problem "to the advantage
of Palestine" and "satisfactory to the
Arabs generally and to the Egyptians
particularly" was promised by Prem-
ier Mohammed Mahmoud Pasha in a
statement in the Senate, answering a
question by Senator Mohammed el-
Glnlndl. At the same time the Prem-
ier received from Yousuf Cattawi.
political chieftain, a letter denying an
allegation in the newspnper El Mok-
katam that the Palestine Jews covet
the Moslem holy places. The Prem-
ier's assurance of n new Palestine so-
lution stimulated speculation as to
whether he was referring to a propos-
al that Palestine be combined with
Egypt.
BOYCOTT GROUP
RABBI SIMON
GLAZER DEAD
IS PROPOSED
Government Party
Will Oust Jews
Warsaw (WNS IPoland's 3,000,-
000 Jews were virtually read out of
the nation's economic and cultural
life when the Camp of Xationnl Uni-
ty, the official government party.
adopted a It-print program regarding
the Jem which demands the curtail-
ment of their participation in econo-
mic life, a reduction of their numbers
by enforced emigration regulated by
international cooperation and the re-
striction of Jewish participation in
the school system, the press, radio
and the theater. Announcing its de-
cisions at the close of a three-day
eonferenet of the party's nntional
council, the party issued a declaration
asserting that it aimed at creating a
it Poland and that the Jews, as a
political factor identified with Jewish
groups outside the state, had separate
national aims and therefore weakened
Poland's national forces and interfer-
with nntional evolution.
The statement condemned the real-
ization of its aims by violence, de-
nouncing "demagogic and nnnrchis"
tic" attempts to solve the Jewish
problems which are disturbing public
order, hut urged a reduction in the
number of Jews by emigration, fnvor-
ed the creation of a Jewish state in
Palestine and Jewish emigration else-
where under international auspices.
legislative mesns to reduce the Jew-
ish share in industry and trade was
recommended. Efforts by students to
eliminate Jews from the schools were
opposed, the party holding- that Jew-
ish participation in the Polish school
system should be reduced by the
school authorities. The declaration
also stated that Poland does not want
to assimilate the Jews but will regard
as Poles individual Jews identified
with Polish interests and culture. The
Jewish population and its leaders were
warned that utilization of internat-
ional connections to damage Polish
More than three hundred of the
most prominent business and profes-
sional men in Pade County, including
Catholics. Protestants and Jews at-
tended the testimonial hnnn.net it the
Honey I'laza Hotel last Sunday even-
ing in honor of Dr. Aidn Sloan, direc-
tor of the Alton Road Hospital.
Judge William E. Walsh presided
and addresses were made by Dr. Ar-
thur Weiland. president of the Dade
County Medical Association, Dr.
Adi'lc Hampton, secretary of the As-
soicatiou and president of the Bus!
ness and Professional Women's Club.
Judge Walter H. Beck ham of the Dade
County Juvenile Court. Judge D. J.
II.ff.rmnn. Judge of the Civil Court
of Record and leading Catholic lay-
man. Anna Brenner Mankes, Dr. Mil-
ton Coplan. James T. Wilson, Super-
intendent of Schools for Dade Coun-
ty. Mrs. Ida Optner. president of the
Ladles Auxiliary of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
of Beth Jacob Congregation and oth-
ers. Rev. Elisha A. King of the Mi-
ami Beach Community Church gave
the invocation and Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan of Temple Israel gave, the
benediction. A scroll of appreciation
for the splendid humanitarian services
rendered to the community by Dr.
Sloan and signed by hundreds of cit-
izens of this area was presented to
Dr. Sloan in an unusunlly fine address
by Monsignor James Barry of St.
Patrick's Church, Miami Beach.
In the various addresses stress was
laid upon the fine work of Dr. Sloan
following her splendid record of ser-
vice in several hospitals in Xew York
and the value to the community of a
proposed Jewish hospital in Miami
Reach. Several of the speakers sug-
gested the advisability of having the
present Alton Road Hospital become
a Jewish institution and an outstand-
ing humanitarian contribution to the
needs of this area.
Mr. Harry Saffer was chairman of
the. arrangements committee in charge
of the affair.
Xew York (WNSi Plans for
strengthening the anti-Nazi boycott in
the United States were adopted at the
annual convention of the Xnn-Soctnr-
inn Anti-Xii7.i League and the annual
conference of the Women's Division
of the Joint Boycott Council meeting
OB the same day but in different
parts of the city.
The League's conference elected a
nntional hoard of 72 which will choose
new officers and an executive direc-
tor. The 828 delegates representing
an." organizations in 27 states author-
ised the convening of a national par-
ley of all groups engaged in boycott
work. After bearing addresses by
Representative Samuel Dickstein. Pro-
fessor Franz Boas. William Collins,
Xew Yolk representative of the Amer-
ican Federation of Labor, and Dr.
Mux Winkler. the convention went on
record as favoring a Congressional
probe of Xnzi activities and opposing
a Congressional bill to end labeling
of Imported merchandise.
The Women's Division of the Joint
Boycott Council voted to sponsor a
display of American substitutes for
Xazi-mnde goods at the World's Fair
and pledged continuance of peaceful
picketing of boycott violators.
Speakers included Mrs. Stephen S.
Wise. Dorothy McConnell. daughter of
Bishop Frances J. McConnell and Eli-
nore Derrick, director o fthe second
region. Xationnl Labor Relations
Hoard.
New York (WNSIRabbi Simon
Glazer. editor and scholar and a for-
mer president of the Central Council
of American Rabbis, la daad at the
age of 00. Born in Kovno, Russia, he
came to this country in 18117. He had
occupied important pulpits in many
Cities, including Des Moines. Toledo.
Montreal. Kansas City. Seattle and
Brooklyn.
Rabbi Glaser was one of the found-
ers of the Canadian Jewish Eagle.
Montreal Yiddish daily and editor of
the Des Moines Jewish Times, both of
which are tiow out of business. His
son. Benedict Glnzcr. is junior Rabbi
of Temple Emanu-EI in Xew York.
RABBI WISE
WILL RETIRE
Worcester. Mass., (WXS) Dr.
Stephen B. Wlaa will retire from the
presidency of the Zionist Organization
of America at the Detroit convention,
he announced in a speech here. It
had been rumored for several weeks
that be would not be a candidate to
lUCaeed himself. Dr. Wise was elect
ed president at the Providence con-
vention in 10.30. succeeding Morris
Rothenbeif.
Xew York (WNS)In a rebuke to
Americans who pass judgment on
other countries while ignoring prob-
lems at home, the Rt. Rev. George
Craig Stewart, Protestant Episcopal
bishop of Chicago, said "we are horri-
fied at the persecution of the Jew
abroad while we lioyeott him from our
clubs and colleges at home."
In a prepared statement issued on
hoard the German liner Columbus
which brought him hack from the in-
ternational church conference in Hol-
land. Bishop Stewart declared "we
nre heroic in our championship of
minorities in the Xenr East while w<
continue to repress and oppress our
own American Xegroes."
PALESTINE HAS
NEW OUTBREAKS
GALA PLANS MADE
FOR CONVENTION
Orlando Lodge Xo. 1043 has arrang-
ed an unusually fine program for the
entertainment of the delegates attend-
ing the Fifth District Convention on
Sunday and Monday, May 20th and
30th.
Sunday at noon following the ini-
tial session the delegates will be- the
guests at a luncheon in the Angebilt
Hotel. Sunday evening a cultural
meeting and initiation of a large class
will be conducted by the Charleston
degree team at the San Juan Hotel.
Monday evening a banquet and dance
will he held at the Orlando Country
Club. All visiting ladies will Ik- the
guests of Orlando Auxiliary and a
special supper has been arranged for
them under the direction of Mrs. Xat
Biirmnn, president. Arrangements
have been made for special food for
those observing dietary laws, by
Messrs Solon Klepper and Martin
Segal in charge of the luncheon and
ba nquet.
The Miami B'nai R'rith will be rep-
resented by one of the largest delega-
tions in the District at the Convention
of District Xo. 5 in Orlando next
Sunday and Monday. A special bus
has been chartered which will leave
Miami Saturday night and return
from Orlando late Monday night.
A series of resolutions for work in
Florida Universities for the Jewish
students, methods for combatting the
spread of literature by anti-Semitic
organizations and other important
matters will be presented by the local
delegation which has named J. Louis
Shochet its chairman.
CATHOLICS WAR ON
MARANNOS IN PORTUGAL
Salonikl (WNS)Catholic priests
in Portugal are demanding that the
SECRET SERVICE PROBES
SILVER SHIRT THREAT
TO KILL ROOSEVELT
Chicago (WNS)A threat by Roy
Znchary. Silver Shirt leader, to mur-
der President Roosevelt, is being in-
vestigated by Fcdral Secret Service
agents. According to the evidence in
possession of the Secret Service agents
Znchary said, in the course of a tirade
against Jews and Communists, that
America would have a dictator in less
than a year and that "if no one else
will volunteer to kill him (Roosevelt)
I will do it myself."
government forbid the religious acti-
vities of the Maranno commun.ty m
n,>rtn and that its school be closed,
lonnl connections to damage ronsu Oporto and interests would be punished and would j *^JV^?!M2T
harm Jewish interests. I the > Sp"hnrd,C ^^
TUNE IN SUNDAY
MORNING AT 9:06
The Jewish Floridian will
again present another in its
series of weekly broadcasts
this coming: Sunday morning
over Station WKAT (1600 k.
p.) at 9:00 o'clock. It's full
of interesting news and com-
ments and mnsio.
Jerusalem. (WXS, Palcnr Agency I
Isolated nnnnutn. newest Jewish
settlement, on the border on Lebanon,
dug its first grave to receive the body
of Bsekiel Muntzig. who was fatally
wounded during an attack on the new
settlement. The colony was under fire
for two hours by brigands who nre be-
lieved to suffer heavy casualties.
Muntzig was 27 years old. Another
J.wisli casualty was Abraham Katz.
.10-year old supernumerary, who was
badly wounded during the onslaught.
the fiercest the colony has known in
its existence of two months.
Terrorism in the north found its
Counterpart in Jerusalem, as the
corpse of a Jew murdered by stabbing
was found at noon in a field near
Beth Hakerem in western Jerusalem.
At first unidentified, the body was
later discovered to lie that of Isaac
Itzchaki. a 55-year old itinerant paint-
er. The Jewish telegraph linesmen,
working near the scene of the fatal
stabbing, saw the attack from a dis-
tance. They recognized a passing
Arab as the murderer and caused his
arrest.
Tiberias was in an uproar and a
serious Arab-Jewish clash was nar-
rowly averted by police following an
explosion in which four Arabs were
injured. They had been sitting out-
the quarter and drive back the attack-
when bombs hidden under stones ex-
ploded. Villagers, charging that
Jews were responsible, began hurling
stones at Jews and marching toward
the Jewish quarter. A crowd of Jew-
ish youths quickly formed to defend
side a caf ein the Arab market place
era. A Yemenite Jew. Tehia Atya.
was stabbed and slightly wounded in
the thigh during the affray. Follow-
ing the arrest by police of a Jew and
I an Arab, order wns restored.
Among those who will nttend am
Elry Stone. R. Albert Pallot, Milton
A. Friedman. Isaac Levin, Benjamin
Le Vine. J. Louis Shochet. J. Aron
Abbot. R. R. Adler, S. N. Halpert,
Carl Weinkle. Dr. Frank Coret, S. S.
Ooldstrom, Dr. Barney Weinkle, Har-
ry Simonhoff. Abe Aronovitz. Leo F.is-
ensteln, Harry Schwartz, P. Berko-
witz, I. L. Mintzer and Sidney L. Se-
gal. Among the ladies who will at-
tend are Mesdnmes S. S. Ooldstrom,
P. Berkowits. Leo Eisenstcin. I. L.
Mintzer, Frank Coret. Barney Wein-
kle. Elry Stone, R. R. Adler. J. L.
Shochet and Ben I* Vine. The lodgo
has a membership of four hundred and
fifty and is one of the largest in tho
entire district.
MURALS DEPICT
JEWISH SCENES
Highstown, N. J. (WNS)The
story of the flight of Jews from po-
groms abroad to a new and happier
life in America is unfolded in a series
of graphic group studies making up a
mural 48 feet long by 12 feet high
which was unveiled in the new $80.-
000 schoolhouse of Jersey homesteads,
the cooperative industrial agricultural
settlement of Jewish needleworkers
established here by the Rural Reset-
tlement Administration.
The creation of Ben Shahn, former
assistant of Diego Rivera, the mural
depicts anti-Semitism in Germany, the
arrival of Jews at Ellis Island, the
rise of the Jewish trades unions from
sweat shops, the progress of the Jew-
ish intellectual and othr phases of
Jewish history.



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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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PUBU8HF.D EVERT miDAY
P. O. Box *>
PLANT AND 0FFICE8
21 8. W. Second Avenua
Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183
TTiuunL
1. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Mt,r
= ._!.. aacood clasa matter July 4. 190. at the Poat Offica
atarad a* aatona ca. jaja^ j -^ ^^ ^ ^^
at Miami, rwrida.
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN
Rapraeantativ*
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBN1CK
Rapraaenaativa
ORLANDO
DORIS 8. HELLER
Kapreaentativa
TAMPA
MRS. JAY MARKOW1TZ
tUpreaantaliva
SUBSCRIPTION
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 21.
THE DISTRICT CONVENTION
ANNUAL V. M. II. A. ELECTIONS
THIS WEDNESDAY
What promisee to be 1"- m"Ht "i"1'
it.-d election held at tbe "Y" will
take place this Wednesday, '" lKt-
There are ftp candidates npjalnatad to
fill 12 ratilnciaa on the official staff
of the organisation. You can write
your own ticket but
here. goc* my guess.
For President, Milton
A. Friedman; Vlcc-
Preaident, Alvin Groee-
mnn; Secretary. Dr.
Harold Hand ; Treasur-
er, Nat Rliiinberg.
RABBI ASKS AID
FOR CHRISTIANS
New fork. (WNS)An appeal "to
our brethren and the public in gener-
al" to give aid i" the American Com-
miiiee tor ChriatJan German Befog-
mi was mi..... by 883 Babbhl (TO In
ill.. Greater New Sort Dtatrlct) affil-
iated with the Synagogue Council of
America la n manifesto lasuad by Dr.
Bliai llargolli of Mi. Vernon, prea-
ident f the Synagogue Council, an
organisation nnltlog the spiritual
leaderahlp of all American Jewry.
The complete taxi of the manlfegto
igned by the 3:tn Babbia followai
CANNON ELECTED
TO CONGRESS
Pat Cannon, wnoee ii"1- from ""
obacure Georgia boy t" I atM In ''"-
greai reada like lueeaai npral -t"-y.
was lie,-., n the Demooratla nominee
fi.....i til.- Fourth Congressional I>-
tii.t at the ruii-i.ff primary laal Tuee-
,i;,v by a majority <>r fiv<- hundred
odd votee, amuring him of the eeal In
Congreai iinea there la no opposition.
Mr. Cannon who was candidate
f.,r the office two ynir ago Bgainat
.1. Mink Will"*, tii" incumbent, ia a
native '.f Georgia, received bin educa-
tion in South Carolina and then in
L
Sunday and Monday, Florida B'nai B'rith will be host to
as fine a gathering of Jewish representatives as has ever visit-
ed the State. It will, in the fine City of Orlando, welcome the
representatives of every B'nai B'rith Lodge from Maryland,
West Virginia, Virginia, the District of Columbia, North Caro-
lina, South Carolina and Georgia as well as those of Florida to
a gathering which will face important problems and make vital
decisions.
The people of the North have, because of their close prox-
imity to the large centers of Jewish population, taken for grant-
ed that there is but little attention to be paid to the will of
Jewry in the South. They have been too prone to take it for
granted that they must lead, and those of the small communi-
tiee must follow. It is time, we submit, for this attitude to
change. The scene of action is rapidly changing. The future
of American Jewry lies not in the large centers of population
solely, but in greater part in the small City, in the small com-
munity. We venture to say that there has been a greater pro-
gress in the small Jewish community of the South as respects
B'nai,B'rith than in the large centers of Jewish population of
the District such as Baltimore and Washington. May it also
be said, with due deference and respect, that we of the small
Southern City have been taught to do things without fanfare
and beating of drums.....we have not yet recognised the
blaring trumpet as being the all-important matter.....
It is with a spirit of humbleness that we of Florida welcome
B'nai B'rith of the Fifth District to our midst......we pro-
pose to work alongside of them for everything worth while in
B'nai B'rith.....for everything that the Jewish people need,
and should have.....but we propose just as earnestly to in-
sist that our requirements be taken into consideration......
that we of Florida receive that which we are properly entitled
to......that B'nai B'rith of District 5 be truly democratic
in every sense of the word.
Come to
Sunday at
the Ball Teama Rail this
the Miami Civic Center.
Come mid B.....t jour friends at the
Y. M. II. A. dlamondball teams an-
nual dance and fiesta this Sunday.
May 20th at the beautiful and ipac-
loua Civic Center ballroom. Co-chair-
man Al Reieman and Nat Blnmberg
announce that ticket sale indications
point to n full house. All receipts
from this affair will be used to de-
fray the expenses of the diamondball
team and the other athletic teams rep-
resenting the "Y." Ticket* are $1.00
per couple. Do your part and attend
this gala ocasion and help a worth-
while purpose.
TAKE A BOW. E. ALBERT
PAI.I.OT
For nigh onto two years Al Pullot
in hi* capacity a* attorney and offi-
cer of the Y. II. H. A. has been doing
everything in hi* power to make the
Y. If. IT. A. exempt of all taxations.
I am thrilled to announce that this
splendid piece of work has been ac-
complished by Al anil now the "Y"
i* tax free.
Without knowledge of the above in
cident a group of E, Albert Palloi's
friend* presented him with a beautiful
leatherette military set for the won-
derful friendship he had built up with
them and the organization.
CongratulationsSidney Befall and
Al Pallot upon campaigning Pat Can-
non to Congress.
"We, Babbia affiliated with the
Synagogue Council of America, an or-
ganisation which includes all forma
of American Jewish religious belief
.lid practice, solemnly and urgently
appeal to our brethren and the public
in general, to give aid to the Ameri-
can Committee for Christian German
Refugees. We are impelled to do this
,. of the arldeepread mlaappfe-
hanaion thai the German Befuge^
problem i eselualvely Jewlah. The
get is thai there are many tbousandi
of Christiana who are also victims of
Nazi persecution who are now home
i.ss wanderen and In dire want and
in physical and mental distress.
Knowing the poignancy of the Jew-
ish refugee situation, we understand
the tragedy of the lot of those noble
Christian martyrs who are victims of
Nazi persecution. We are all tbe
more moved to give our support to
the American Committee for Chrla-
lian German Befugees because of the
sympathy and generosity of many
non-Jews who have contributed to
ward the alteration of tbe misery of
Jewish refugees. All men of good
will, regardless of creed, are. there-
fore, called upon to extend to the
many thousands of unfortunate Chris-
tian victims of Hitlcrism, their en-
conragement and aid and to unite
their efforts to bring near the time
when people of all religious and |M.li
lira! convictions will live side by side
in peace and brotherhood."
charge will be made. A fine orches-
tra will play for the dancing and
number of talented artist* will per-
form for you. Tell your friends.
Florida and in order to obtain bis ado-
ration became policeman on Miami's
police force and while working enrol-
led as | -indent at the I'niversity of
Miami where he r./eived hi* law de-
gree.
I., hi- campaign he itraeeed In- un-
alterable opposition to Nazi-ism. Fae-
dam and all lme excepting Ameri-
canism and pledged his support to all
iegiaUtion which would put an end to
racial bigotry.
"I want to express tO tbe voters Of
the Fourth Congressional District who
supported me and particularly to my
mauy devoted Jewish friends and sup-
porter-, threat* the medium oil the
Jewi-h Floridisn. my' sincere thank*
f.,r their support and to promise them
that I shall endeavor at all time* to
o di-charge the duti** of the office
aj their representative that they will
have been proud of their selection of
me I want their help and the help
Keep in mind the second anno, .^^ ^^ ,(f ^
Sioga Dance at ,he Royal Palm Club r,,^^;,,^ District at .11
Sunday. June 10th. All proceed, to JCW MJ ^ ^ ^ ^ ,,,,. ,
the Y. M. H. A. Build.ng Fond. ^ ^^ w,1w>m, ,fc,ir ,..-
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0RAYN00
"OUR LIGHT "
BY DOeflS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
1012 HARWELL STREET
ORLANDO. FLA.
Friday service* at 8:18 p. m. Due
to the advent of the .Southern District
No. 5. B'nai B'rith convention to be
held this week end in Orlando, Rabbi
gkop will speak on the theme "What
Unites and Divides Jews." Mr. Hy-
man Jacobs, president of Orand Dodge
District No. 5, will be guest at the
servicee.
DEATH OF MB. DE U>NO
After two years of suffering Mr.
De Dong. 72-years old psssed away
early Tuesday and was buried next to
hi. wife at Congregation Ohev Hholom
Mt. Neboh Cemetery. Rabbi Skop
and Cantor Leshln.ky officiated
CONFIRMATION JINE h
One of the most Impressive service.
*,, been arranged for the -onfirma-
tion of the class of I0M fr Mm.....t
at 7:45 p. m., June 6th. Jews from
Central Florida are invited to attend.
A musical program is being arranged
by Mr. Eli Haimovita, outstanding
scholarship pianist. Miss Alice 8tein-
holta and Mrs. Belle Hoffman.
Y. M. H. A. DPfOrn SHAYNE
DRUGS TO 1
The Y. M. H. A. diamondball team
handed Shayne Drug its first defeat
of the season by a 2 to 1 score. Hy
Sachs pitched in excellent form, al-
lowing hnt 4 hit* while Izzy Meyer-
witz slamme.l ont a homer and Nonny
Thaler doubled to score Davis La'k-
awitz with the second run. On the
following niitht the "Y" played with
the Marine A. C. Mm to roll op on
9 to 1 victory. Ab Winer startH
for the "Y" and was relieved by H7
Sack* after weakening in the third
innine. Their third game of the
week again-t the Naval Reaerve team
was also placed in the win eolnnra
to place them a half game out of first
place.
DRAMATIC GUILD PLAY
"HERRING"
The first dramatic performance of
the recently formed Dramatic Guild
will present a one-at Jewish problem
plsy on Wednesday. June 8tb. at 8:00
o'clock. No admission charge. Mem-
bers of the cast are: William I.ieber-
man. Alice Steinhoitd. Orwin Lieber-
mnn Patricia Nadler. Belle Nah-n.
Phil Opper and Abe Kamenoff. The
plsy won first prize in a Hillei
Foundation contest at Ohio State rv.:-
.. Do not mias it.
Y. M. H. A. opponents for next
week are: Monday. May 30tliMiami
Beach A. C. Tuesday. May 3L Civic
League, grudge game.
Come to the Ban Teams Ball this
Sunday.
SIOGA A AND JUNIOR T" TO
HONOR GRADUATES
Thi year aa in other years tb-
members of the Sioca Fraternity and
the Junior "Y" will honor all Jewish
bovs and girls graduating in the
Greater Miami area with an open
bouse party and dance on Thursday.
Jnn* Orb at the "Y." Chairman Leon-
ard Margolis wants it known that no
Come to the Ball Team Ball ib'-
Sunday.
BESILTS OF Y. W. H. A.
NOMINATIONS
Last Tuesday the Y. W. H. A. held
nominations from which the follow-
ing candidate* emerged:
For President : Ida Engler. Mr*.
Pearl Reisroan. Mrs. Sam Shindell ;
Vice-President: Iris Blnmberg. 0et
trnde Mandel, Mrs. Josephine Symsn
and Josephine Koiman : Recording
Secretary: Mrs. Pearl Reisman. Mrs.
Ann Berger. 8arah Rosenhooae and
Gertrude Srhaff; Corresponding Sec-
retary: Gertrude Mand*l. Mrs. Max
Shenkman and Mrs. Rosen: Treasur-
er : Mr*. Sam Shindell. Josepine Koi-
man. Mrs. William Friedman and.
Frances Tobma.
Directors at Large: Mr* Berger.
Mrv. Roberts. Mrs. Rosen. Mrs. Shin-
den. Mr*. Werntraub. Dora Rosen-
boose. Mrs. Bltrmberg. Mr*. Rosen-
feld. Mr.. Keswer. Miss Ida Engler.
Mr. I MandeL Mrs. G. Mandel. Mrs.
Syman. MoHy Ante and Mlsa Ger-
trude Schaff.
A speeial meeting has been caned
for Tuesday. May .TUt for tbe aanual
election of officers of tbe T. W. H.
A.Good ruck candidates.
Mr Cannon in an inter-
, njiimnntaftTT of thia
-aid
view with
paper.
Activel- 9g Mr Cannon in
hi, r,ee was Mr. Sidney L Sega*
vice-president of th GmOiaf Miami
Zioni-t District and secretary ',' ''
B'nai B'rith. who served a. caaaaongn
manager for Mr. Cannon snd wh
,:,.,, credit for the nnu-ually cleans
an.' leessasf il <*mpa>r A
Victory celebration will be held aOSM
time nexr week.
M! Dora Rosenhooae who baa
been chairman of the public apeakiag
cusses of the Y. W. H A- was the
recipient of s beautiful gift for aer-
rices tendered.
SIDNEY !_ SKGAI.I.
Proaainesrt attorney ark* was
pxirn manager for Pat Ca
ssencMs'uJ randMate for Coatrcaa ha
TneaaTar's pviaaary.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY 27
'1938
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137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6W6 Albacore Drive6-126S 630 N. E. S1t St. 2-9648
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabble will be In the Temple every morning.
TOO may consult with them on mattera concerning the Jewish commu-
nity, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
strict Sd needlee" to 6ajr eaoh m"er will be held In
FRIDAY NIGHT MAKB NO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISITS-
GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE v,ol,!-
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from the
( ongregal Ion."Hlllel-
TEMI'LE ISRAEL GRADUATION
At the services this Friday evening.
May 27th, 11)38 at 8:15 o'clock, the
annual Commencement exercises of
the high school department will take
place. The following program has
bean arranged :
InvocationBetty Letaw.
Conducting the ServicesLcnnre
Levy, William A. Mayer, Jcane T.
Weinberg, Merton Simon.
Prefatory AddressInn Shirley
Levy.
"The Rook of Books"Ilortensc
Elaine Bcckwitt.
"ESSAYS"
On "The People of the Book, and
Books Which have Influenced that
People."
1. The BibleNathan Ajonorlt*.
2. The Talmud Ruth Esther
Buskin.
8. The Commentaries of Rashi
Bernard I. Miller.
4. The Kuzari of TlaleviTheo-
dore IT. Plant.
5. The Guide to the Perplexed of
MaimonidesDorothy Ann Levin.
6. The Bbulchan Aruch of Caro
Mnreia Irene Kohl.
Musical SelectionChoir.
The Prayer BookIrving Rubin.
Hosing AddressDaniel M. Rieh-
tcr.
Presentation of DiplomasIsaac
Levin, president of the Congregation.
Presentation of Class RingsMrs.
M. P. Travers, president of the Sis-
terhood.
Tlymn No. 4,
Class GiftBetty Llebling.
AddressRabbi Kaplan.
Closing PrayerFrances Cohen.
Concluding ServicesE. Raymond
Lyons.
The essays written by the gradu-
ates are based on the year's course of
study in Rabbi Zwitman's class.
A reception for the graduates will
follow the services.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
"Even the rebuilding of the Temple
In ImimIuIII is not as important as '
the instruction of children."
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
The annual picnic of the Religious
School will take place this Sunday
'"orning, May 88th, at the Las Olas
Casino, Fort Lauderdule, Florida.
Parents mid their children arc invited
to attend. For transportation ar-
rangements please cull Mrs. Gordon
Davis, secretary of the Religious
School.
PARTICIPANTS IN CLOSING
EXERCISES
The following children received hon-
ors in their classes:
PRIMARY DEPARTMENT
Mrs. Saslow's classHonor ccrtifi-
ratcs: Phyllis Wilhelm, Jules Pearl-
man, Jr
Rest Attendance: Phyllis Wilhelm.
Bsaajt read by Jules Pearlman, Jr.
Mrs. Levin's ClassHonor certifi-
cates: Natalie LeVine, Elaine Simon-
hoff.
Essay read by Natalie LeVine
INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT
Class 1. Teacher: Mrs. I. L. Se-
ligman Honor certificates: Sybil
Cowen, Norma Pellar.
Perfect Attendance: Germaine
Blum.
Baaay read by Sybil Cowen and
I/ois Nevins.
Class 2. Teacher: Mrs. Leon Eber.
Honor certificate, Harold Weinberg
Billy Rubin.
Essay read by narold Weinberg
and Billy Rubin.
Perfect Attendance: Shelia Slann,
Barbara and Melvin Frumkes. Ruth
Pellar, Joy Bennett and Billy Rubin.
Class 3. Teacher: Mrs. Jules Pearl-
manHonor certificates: Adele Cow-
en and Rosemnnd Rubin.
Honorable mention: Shelia Lewis,
Philip Weinstein, Charles Goldstein.
Perfect attendance: Adele Cowen,
Charles Goldstein. Philip Weinstein,
Billy Cohen and Robert Alpert.
Essay read by Shelia Lewis.
Class 4. Teacher: Mrs. Ethel Gross-
man Honor certificate: Dorothy
Ratnor, Mnrjorie Rcichenbach, Lois
Goldstein and Joy Simonhoff.
Essay rend by Barbara Gordon.
Perfect attendance: Sterling La-
vine, Hart Cohen, Dorothy Goldstieii,
Emma Rosenberg.
Class 5. Teacher: Mr. Nathan
ZwltmanHonor certificates: Joyce
Pearlman and Charles Hubin.
Perfect attendance i Henry Bronncr
and Muriel Frumkes.
Essay read by Joseph Mirsky.
Charles Rubin and Marjoric Fisher,
HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
Claaa l. Teacher: Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein Honor certificates: Harriet
Goldman and Gloria Kirstcin.
Honorable mention: Harriet Mar-
cus.
Perfect attendance: Jack Reicben
bach, Essie Sobel. Harriet Goldman,
Eileen Cowen.
Essay read by Leonard Lewis. Glor-
ia Kirstcin and Florence Cromer.
Class 2. Teacher: Mr. Frank
PerlninnHonor certificates: Ruth
Wolkowsky and Florence Marcus.
Perfect attendance: Morgan Levy.
Essay read by Ruth Wolkowsky.
Class 8. Teacher: Dr. Jacob H.
KaplanHonor certificates: Jack Ru-
bin and Marjoric Rcichenbach,
Perfect attendance: Frank Davis,
Mitchell Goldman.
Honorable mention for attendance
at Sabbath morning services: Mitchell
Goldman. Jack Metzger, Stanley Rat-
ner. Gladys Wolfe. Jack Rubin, Frank
Davis and Paul Louis.
Essay read by Marjoric Rcichen-
bach.
Class 4. Teacher: Rabbi Oolman
A. ZwitmnnHonor pupils: Ruth
Baakin, Dorothy Ann Levin, Mania
Kohl, Nathan Aronovitz, Bernard
Miller and Theodore Plant.
The class will was read by Dorothy
Ann Levy, the class prophecy by Shir-
ley Levy.
HEBREW DEPARTMENT
Teacher: Mr. FriedmanDailv He-
brew School honor pupils: Robert Al-
pert, Billy Cohen. R,h Courtmnn.
Myron Lenvitt. Morton Miller, Frank-
lyn Nankin, Freeman Nevins. Billy
Rabin. Charles Rubin, Joy Simonhoff.
Loon Sirkin.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES IN-
HEBREW
Honor pupils: Mona Pastroff. Shel-
ia Slann, David Lewis. Lois Nevin
Joyce Pearlman. Regina Loveman,
Joseph Mirsky. Romesa Rosenthal,
Barbara Gordon.
CONFIRMATION
The following pupilg of our Relic-
.ous School will be confirmed Into the
faith of Israel on June 5th, 1938 at
the Shavuoth Confirmation service in
the Temple:
Use Ashcr. Juli, e. Bearman. Dick
Bronncr. Edwin F. Chentoff. I. Frank
Davis, Mitchell M. Goldman. Peggy
Goldsmith. Blanche Goldstein, Lila
Greenspan, Frances Rose Katz Wal-
ter LaVigne. Paul A. Louis, Jack H
Merger, Myrn .1. Mirsky. Stanlev
P. Reisner, Beri Rippa, Benutdine
Ann Roth, Jack Ruhin, Chnrlvne I*
Ruskin. Shirley Bteln and Gladvs
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5t8
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SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Dally: Shachrls at 8 a. m.;
Mlncha at 5:30 p. m.; Maarlv,
15 minutes after sunset.
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at 5:30 p. m.; Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. in.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 515 p. .
(LOSING EXERCISES
More than two hundred people at-
tended the closing exercises of the
Sunday School Sunday night last.
Rabbi Abraham Kellner was in charge
of the proceedings and the children
of i in school presented a most enjoy-
able program of songs, recitations,
sketches and poems. Cantor Victor
Jacob; was heard in several song (el-
ections and greetings of the congrega-
tion were extended by Mr. II. M. Dre-
vich president, Mr. Morris Grossman
chairman of the committee of examin-
ers reported of the splendid progress
of the Hebrew School ami similar sen-
timents were expressed by Mr. Max
Rifas chairman of the Education com-
mittee, Mr. P.iiekstein presented the
teachers of tin- Sunday School with
gifts on behalf of the Ladies Auxiliary
and each teacher cave out prizes in
her class while Rabbi Kellner distrib- I
iitnl prizes among the winners in the j
Hebrew School Mr. Dievich then
presented the Habanoth girls with
lieailtifnl bracelets and their leader.
Mrs. Kellner with a set of books. The
girls themselves presented Mrs. Kell-
ner with s lovely gift of flowers.
Mrs. Cecil Tannenbanm director of
dramatics was also a recipient of a
valuable hook in recognition of her de-
voted efforts.
CONGRATULATIONS
Sincere congratulations are extend-
ed to Mr. and Mrs. I. Lipton upon
the recent engagement of their (laugh-
ter. Miss Ethel Lipton to Mr. Philip
Ncuwirth,
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MAZEL TOY
We are happy to extend sincere
Mazel Tov greetings to Miss Norma
Schwartz und Mr. Edward Rubin
whose wedding will be solemnised br
Rabbi Kellner during the comini
week.
LADIES AUXILIARY
Installation of the newly elected of.
ficers of the Ladies Auxiliary will be
held this Sunday night. May 20th at
8 :00 o'clock, in the main auditorium
of the Synagogue. Mindful of the re-
sponsibilities and sacred obllgationi
that they assume the. newly chosen of-
ficers elected to be installed at an im-
pressive Shul ceremony rather than
at a banquet. Mrs. Charles Tannen-
haum is chairman of the committee
on installations and in addition t0 the
officers were elected and will he in-
stnllcd Mm, N. Rlumberg. Mrs. M,
Kotkin. Mrs. Max Kupferstein. Mm.
I. Rosengarten, Mrs. Chas. Tannen-
haum and Mrs. Trneger. The chair-
man of each committee will be an-
nounced in a subsequent issue of tlii
newspaper. An elnborate program has
been planned for the evening and af-
ter the ceremonies the Ladies Auxil-
iary will be hosts to all present and
will serve delicious refreshments.
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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSBS MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
326 Jeffenon Avenu.
Phon 5-1328
MAURICE Q. MAMCHES, Cantor
726 Meridian Avenue
Phon 8-2013
ings. Miucha from 0:30 p. m. Sut-
urday morning ut 7 :00 mul 0 :00, af-
ternoon ut 0:30 followed by Shalosh
HABANOTH TO ENTERTAIN
Monday evening, May 30th at 7:30
p, in., iu our Synagogue building tbe
Miami Beach Habanotb, under tbe
Sponsorship of Mrs. Moses Mescbeloff
mul Miss Mulvina Weiss, will present
their closing entertainment of tbe
season.
On the program will be the Jewish
orchestra of Greater Miami under tbe
direction of Mr. Abraham Bramson.
The play "Two Ooyim" will be pre-
scnted by the following actors. Lil-
lian Marcus as Mr. Brabiusky ; Edna
Malter ns Max Nadelberg, Leah Is-
raclton as Channa Nadelberg; Nata-
lie Filler as Ida Nadelberg; Judith
Moss as Jeanette Nadelberg; Doro-
thy Sehoviiberg as Henry Burton;
Itiin Schoenleld ns Jncob Tintner aud
Elaine Bcrrick as announcer.
Beatrice Dansky will entertain
with song and dance. Edith Cohen,
Carolyn Suffer and Ruth Bernstein
will sing. Phyllis Kohn. Gloria Sae-
f. rt. Paj Rechtman, Caryl Rose and
others will declaim.
Ticket! arc 25c and can be obtain-
ed from any Hnbnnoth member, the
sponsors, or at the Synagogue. The
i eeedi will be used to purchase a
Habanotb gift for the Synagogue.
RADIO HOUR
Next Sunday at 3:30 Rabbi Moses
Mi scholoff will speak over Radio Sta-
tion WIOD on "Decoration Day as
Hie Jew Sees It." Cantor Mamches
will sing a number of appropriate
songs. Don't forget to listen in.
YOUNG MEN'S GROUP
Last Sunday's breakfast was serv-
< il our young men after their 9:00
o'clock minyan by Mrs. Merlin. Mrs.
Mamches also supplied some delicious
cake. There was an exceptionally
good spread. Pictures of the group
which has done so splendidly all sea-
son were taken by the Rabbi. These
will be on display at the final official
meeting of this group till after sum-
mer, next Sunday morning at 9 KK).
As usual the Sisterhood will sponsor
the breakfast after service.
SISTERHOOD BOARD MEETS
The first meeting of the new execu-
tive board and board of directors of
the Sisterhood was held Thursday
morning at the home of the Sisterhood
president, Mrs. B. H. London. Poli-
cies and plans for the new year were
discussed. An enjoyable time was
bad by the group, and cooperation was
pledged to all the officers.
ASSISTANT TEACHER ENGAGED
Miss E. Slipall was engaged at the
last meeting of the Board of Direc-
tors to serve as assistant teacher of
our Hebrew School and assistant sec-
retory for the Synagogue.
. .During the past few months in
which Miss Shpnll has served as as-
sistant teacher in our daily Hebrew
School she has shown such exceptional
teaching ability, and has won the de-
votion of all her pupils, that the
Board of Education decided to keep
her as a permanent asset to our
school. She will be with us all sum-
mer, and is at present organizing a
beginner's Hebrew class for boss and
girls between the ages of 0 and 0 who
will be taught during the cool morn-
ing hours once the public school vaca-
tion begins.
Parents! Rend your child to our
school and have her study under Miss
Shpnll for a week's trial. As an in-
ducement to nil parents we shall give
the first week's trial for all begin-
ning pupils absolutely free! Make
money and inako a Jew of your child
Register your child any week day af-
ternoon between four and seven. The
Rabbi will be at his office in th? old
Synagogue building or in the new
Synagogue.
SYNAGOGUE PROGRESSES
Plans for a beautiful Holy Ark and
Beema were presented to the Board
of Directors by Mr. J. Albert and ths
Building Committee this week togeth-
er with sketches of railings, doors
and lights which are to be installed in
our new building. Two plans for a
new library to be erected by the Sis-
terhood in memory of the late Rabbi
David I. Rosenbloom were also pre-
sented by Mrs. M. Krieger. Bids re
being obtained and work will begin in
the near future.
PAGE FIVE
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
If one desires an exquisite headache
we respectfully suggest the chairman-
ship of a "Bus Committee. first
you persuade the Ben Brith to go
with you. then you convince the
wife.....then you try and collect
. then and not until then does
the story begin. ... I want to go at
this time and the other at another
timo.....then some want to can-
co'.....then another gets sick, .
it's a great life.....
We won't mention the gentleman's
name. when a spokesman was
named for the convention delegation
the other day, this gentleman upped
and said "does this mean I can't
talk." His ruffled feelings were
smoothed when he learned otherwise.
With Leo (Tampa Tenor) Eiscn-
stein leading the songsfers. Abe
Aronovitz the anti-defamers. Ben
Lc Vine the financiers and dues col-
lectors.....Harry Simonhoff the
Zionists. talk about the Tower
of Babel. .
Seriously speaking the boys ore go-
ing to go down the line for Ike Levin
and Elry Stone for second vice-pres-
ident and State Committeemnn. re-
spectively. and they're going to
be heard from, you may bet. .
We propose to let the District know
we're on the job. and we're go-
ing to see that somo of the District
money is going to be spent right here
in the Florida area to take care of
exceptionally urgent work.
Jacksonville Notes
Announcement was made this week
of the approaching marriage of Miss
Fortune Molly Mizrahi, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Salim Mizrahi to Mr.
Abraham Nathan Salem, Wednesday
evening, June 8th at 1934 Perry street.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Phillip
Lipman are issuing invitations for
the wedding of their daughter, Mary
Frances to Mr. Irvin Levin on Sunday
June 12th nt 4:00 o'clock in the Wo-
man's Club. Full details will appear
in an early issue.
The Temple Sisterhood held its
ham dance in the Temple Home last
Tin sday. In chnrge of arrangements
i. Mrs. pnui Nathan and Mrs.
Herbert Meyerson, co-chairman. BtM-
tion returns were heard during the
evening. Delicious refreshments were
w rrcd and n good time was enjoyed.
The Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid
Society and Home for the Aged hell
Its dosing luncheon last Tuesday at
' Jewish Center. In ohargo of the
ir wire Mesdames G. Levine, Pete
Rnimowitl and S. L| Blattner. At
bridge which followed the luncheon
prizes were awarded for high scores.
Abraham Mendelson. 04, retired
merchant, died last week at his home.
Mr. Mendelson was born in Roumnn-
ln. coming to this country in, 1886
"ml to Jacksonville in May. 1902. He
i- survived by his widow, Mrs. Sarah
Mi ndelson, this city ; a son. L. A.
Mendelson, Live Oak; three daugh-
I'!-: Mrs. S. F. Fleet, Live Oak;
Mrs. William Rosner, Lake City, and
Mrs. Sam Robbins, Tallahassee; a
SOCIETY
RETURN FROM TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz who
spent several days in Jacksonville re-
turned to the city Wednesday.

SPINOZA GROUP
CONTINUES
"The West has much to learn from
the Enst." Mr. Daniel Lawrence told
the Spinoza Group last Saturday af-
ternoon. More than fifty men and
women gathered on the lawn to listen
to Mr. Lawranec's interesting narra-
tive of his experience in the near and
Far East. It was dis-satisfaction with
our Western Civilization that moved
me to leave our land and spend sev-
eral years in the Near and Far East.
Next" Saturday afternoon nt 2:30 p.
m.. the Group will meet again on the
lawn of 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, After a musical period. Dr.
A. Wolfsnn will give the first of a
series of six lectures on the Golden
Age of the Spanish Jews.
One is rather surprised these days
with everything that is going on
throughout the world affecting Jewry
that so many Jews prominent in local
life do not belong to B'nai B'rith. .
the Lodge is not the loser by these
men staying out of the fold, though it
would welcome all to its ranks.....
these non-B'nai B'rith men are those
who are definitely the losers because
they are not retaining their self-re-
spect and certainly not the respect of
their fellow Jews.
Following the district convention at
Orlando next Sunday and Monday
Rholom Lodge will get to work and
make things hum. it's about timo
veryonc locally is told what the Lodge
has been doing, is doing and will do,
if given the opportunity.
sister, Mrs. Morris Finkelstein, Brook-
lyn. N. Y., and 15 grandchildren.
The funeral services were conducted
by Rnbbi Morris D. Margolis of the
Jacksonville Jewish Center, assisted
by the Rev. B. Safer. Pallbearers
were: Honorary. J. Fleet, Max Rubin,
,T. Diaomnd, Dave Singer, B. Baker.
J. Lapinsky. Louis Buchoitz. M. C.
Kaas, Pave Kramer and I. Fendrick;
active, Dave Moseovita, Louis Mosco-
vitz, Morris Ghelcrter, Abe Newman,
Ben Fleet and Isndore Robbins.
Interment was in the Jewish plot
in Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery.
As a columnist I have not tried to
gnrner all the honors and it's been
my pleasure to invite guest columnists
as often as possible, thus affording
these gentlemen nn opportunity to
write, and myself the distinct advan-
tage of soldiering on the job.....
this accounts for the incoherent writ-
ing this week, though my politi-
cal activities have raised my rather
exuberant and flamboyant spirits be-
yond that of their usual standard. .
you know one does feel grand and
glorious to be "PATted" on the back
and told what a wonderful campaign-
er you have been. Between the rest
of the campaigning moguls, of course
bearing in mind such amateurs as my
friends Sidney and Harry, and even
"Pat'' himself, I have been told that
I helped win by standing "PAT" all
the time. ... I realize someone will
say that this does hot sound like me
. and somehow or other I want
to agree. but blame it instead on
the effervescence of a grand ajnd glor-
ious victory and all the seeming dis-
similarities will be accounted for.
Well here's wishing all of you who
are unfortunate to reamin in Miami
while we're having a great time in
Orlando a very enjoyable Memorial
Day. nn a promise to those who'll
be with us, a h .... of a good time.
E. AL PALLOT,
Extra-ordinary Campaigner and re-
tiring Y. President
TflMPA NOTES
The Tampa Chapter of the Junior
Hadassah held its second annual Don-
or Dinner dance at the Hotel Floridan
Thursday evening. May 26. Mrs. Na-
than Toiler was general chairman of
the event nnd had on her committee
the following: Reservations: Miss
Ruth Simon ; Music. Miss Ruth Fin-
man ; toast-mistress, Miss Molly Berg-
man; program. Mrs. David Pennan;
menu, Mrs. Sol Fleischman ; personal
contact Mrs. Max Juster; tree of
life, Miss Ruth Finman, in memoriom,
Mrs. Russel Bernheim, idea chairman,
Miss Florence Abramovitz; printing,
Miss Helen Aronovitz; publicity. Mrs.
Julius Silverman : advertising commit-
tee, Miss Rne Freeman. Mrs. Ben J.
Horn. Mrs. Oscar Verkanf. Miss Rose
Silber. Misg Elizabeth Abramovitz.
Mrs. Manuel Buchman. Mrs. Louise
Simovitz. Mrs. Louis Buchman. Mrs.
Harry Kotler; Flowers committee,
Mrs. Jules Enables; ushers, lira, Os-
car Verkauf. Mrs. Louise Simovitz.
Miss Jerry Rosenberg. Miss Ruth Si-
mon. Mrs. Nathan Lutz. Mrs. Sol
Fleischman and Mrs. Max Juster.
Installation of officers was the main
feature of the evening. The guest
speaker was Rabbi Morris A. Skop of
Congregation Shcv-Sholem. Orlando.
Dr. Boris Daviiloff. pianist, director
of music of the Y. M. H. A., rendered
a group of compositions.
Miss Bertha Mnrkowitz. who was
visiting friends and relatives in this
cits for the past month returned to
her home in Savannah. Oa.
Miss Mary Berger. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Berger, and Sol Wnl-
ried Thursday evening at the home of
ker. son of Mrs. Max Oster. were mar-
Mr. and Mrs. Max Oster with Rabbi
Adolph Burger officiating. Mrs. Wal-
ker had as her only attendant. Miss
Grace Dayan and Mr. Walker had his
step-brother, Irvin Oster. as best man.
A reception was held after the cere-
mony. Only relatives and close friends
of the bride and groom attended. The
couple left for a two weeks motor tour
to tbe East Coast of Florida. Miss
Grace Dayan entertained for Mrs.
Walker Tuesday night at her home
with a shower.
The Saturday Morning Club of the
Temple Rodoph Sholem held a dance
Tuesday night at the Villa Del Rio.
Members and their dates attended.
The hostesses were' Miss Helen Per-
etzmnn. Miss Esta Argintar and Miss
Frances Zbar. Chaperones were Mrs.
Gotler, Mrs. Phil Zbar, Mrs. Hoim-
ovitz nnd Mrs. J. Friedkin.
The Progress Club of the Y. M. H.
A. held their annual Ln'ag B'oniar
pnrty Wednesday at the Y. la*. H. A.
Vaarious games of cards and bingo
were enjoyed by a large attendance.
Refreshments were in charge of the
A. Z. A. Club.
A. Z. A. SENDS DELEGATES
TO REGIONAL CONVENTION
The Tampa Chapter Xo. 311, of the
Aleph Zadik Aleph met last Tuesday
night nt the Y. M. H. A. At this
time delegates to the Southern Region-
al District Convention to be held in
Augusta, Ga.. on June 11 and 12. were
elected. The delegates will be Louis
Morris, president, and Sam Argintar.
treasurer, with Irvin Peckett. reporter
nnd Sam Weber, alternate. This will
be the first District Convention in
which Tampa Chapter will be repre-
sented, which indicates the rapid pro-
gress that this chapter has made since
its organization a short time ago.
SOCIETY
PALY TO BE
PRESENTED
"Two Goyim." a play featured by
the Miami Beach Hahanot Club will
be presented by the Club nt Beth
Jacob Synagogue next Monday evening
May 80th nt 8 KM o'clock. In addi-
tion to the play the Jewish Orchestra
under the direction of Mr. Abraham
Bramson will he heard in a number
of selections. The public is invited to
attend.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 8871
RE: ESTATE OF
BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL. DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of Boris Schlachman, de-
ceased ; and that on the 28 day of
May. 1938. I will apply to the Hon-
orable W. F. Blanton, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administrator of the
Estate of Boris Schlachman. deceased.
This 28th day of April, IMS.
I. L. MINTZER
E. ALBERT PALLOT,
Attorney for Administrator.
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Refugee Work in the U.S.A. Aided by $100,000
Bequest to J.D.C. and Coordinating Committee
A bequest of $100,000 to aid refu-
gees and immigrants coming from
Germany, which was made from a hos-
pital bed at midnight by Jacob Fox,
president of the Owners and Tenants
Electric Co., shortly before his death,
was presented to the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee and the
Jational Coordinating Committee for
Aid to Refugees and Immigrants Com-
ing from Germany, on May 17.
The presentation was made at the
offices of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee in New York Gty to William
Rosenwald and Edward M M. War-
burg, representing both committees, by
Aaron Rabinowitz, Samuel G. Rosen-
thai, and Leon M. Mnuchin, executors
of the Jacob Fox Esute.
At the presentation, it was learned
thai Mr. Fox, suffering from acute ap-
pendicitis, had refused to undergo an
operation until new will was drawn
and signed by him iff the hospital
shortly before his death. He called Mr.
Mnuchin, his attorney, in the middle of
the night and cxorAittd the will at
Mt. Sinai Hospital. His great concern
was for the welfare of Jewish Refu-
gees from Germany. His main objective
was to bequeath a sireable portion of
his wealth for the relief 0/ these
people.
The 1100,000 was entrusted to the
Trustees and Executors to care for Jew-
ish refugees from Germany and they
chose the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee, which is aiding' the National Co-
ordinating Committee with funds, as
the recipient of the Deques!. The fund
is earmarked for expenditure in this
country and is to be recorded in the
minutes and reports of the J. D. C. Mr.
Rosenwald, one of those who officially
received the bequest is Vice Chairman
of the National Coordinating Commit-
tee, Vice-Chairman of the Joint Di<*
tribution Committee and Co-Chair-
man of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee's 1938 National Campaign for
$5,100,000. Mr. Warburg is Chairman
of the Greater New York Campaign of
the Joint Distribution Committee.
The above photograph taken during
the presentation ceremonies shows, from
left to right: Joseph C. Hyman, Secre-
tary and Executive Director, Joint Dis-
tribution Committee; Morris C. Troper,
Executive Vice-Chairman, Greater New
York Campaign; Edward M. M. War-
burg, Chairman, Greater New York
Campaign; William Rosenwald, Co-
Chairman, National Campaign Joint
Distribution Committee; Aaron Rab-
inowitz, Samuel G. Rosenthal, Leon A.
Mnuchin, Executors and Trustees of
the Fox Esute; and Isidor Coons, Na-
tional Campaign Director, Joint Dis-
tribution Committee.
4 SOCIETY
_____
1 1
11 W> VssAlI PLAN'S
BENEFIT PARTY
To add to its Youth Aliyah Fund
for the purpose of sending as ninny
of thf German and Austrian Jewish
youth to Palestine before 8ptember,
the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadas-
sah is sponsoring, a bingo pnrty next
Sunday evening. May 20th at Eddy's
Lucky and Fortune, Miami Bench,
with the admission charge of fifty
cents being allowed in free play. The
public is urged to attend and thus
help this worthy cause.

INSTALLATION
TO BE HELD
The installation of officers of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will be held
at the Synagogue Sunday evening.
May 21>th at S:00 o'clock when the
officers recently elected and the Board
of Directors will be inducted into of-
fice. Refreshment! will be served fol-
lowing the ceremonies. Those named
to the Board of Directors are Mes-
damse Max Kuferatein. Morris Kot-
kin. Nat Blumberg. II. Trneger. I.
Rosengarten and Chas. Tnnnenbnum.
Pates of important events which the
organization will sponsor during the
owning term in addition to the usual
parties are: July 10. lfttS. annual
benefit picnic ; October 2.1rd, Cafeter-
ia supper; December lfith, Chanuka
party and February 28th. 1939 annual
Purim ball. City wide organizations
are asked not to conflict with these

ANMAL ELF.CTIONS
TO BE UK I Ji
All members of the Y. M. TL A. are
urged to attend the annual election
of officers to be held on next Wednes-
day evening. June 1st at the clnb-
roms beginning at R :00 o'clock.
Moving picture, of the meeting will
be tnken and refreshments will he
served.
SIOGA TO HOLD
ANNUAL EVENT
The Siogn Fraternity, composed of
voting Jewish boys whose object it
has been to aid every worthy Jewish
cause In this area will hold their an-
nual dance at the Royal Palm Club
Sunday evening. June 19th. The pro-
ceeds this year will be given to the
Y. M. H. A. Building Fund. In
charge of this event is a committee
headed by Sam Bandanes ns general
chairman. Irvin Rotfort, Abe Silver.
Leonard Margolis and Dave Kronberg.
Tickets arc only one dollar per couple.
WEST PALM BEACH
NOTES
The Fun and Frolics Club met last
Wednesday night at the home of Migg
Connie Lee on Valencia Road. Plans
for a boat ride were discussed and
left in the hands of the entertain-
ment committee. Delightful refresh-
ments were served. Among those
^rcool
^y Seaboard
/ reclining seat
air-conditioned coaches
This Is the w.y lo got For speed,
Sfty, economyand enjoyment
of th latest developments of tha
ear-builders' art. Low cost ratal
nd pillow service. Look et these
examples of one-way dally fares
On Way Firti In.
MIAMI
IlkrMt T. CkM|. Wltkllt
ItttM
_FRIDAY, MAY 27,193$
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ira May.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moss, Mr. and
Mrs. Pan Goodmark. Adeline Gold-
stein, Snm Greene, Estelle Davidson.
Charles Knpncr, Sum Knpner, Ilrloise
Bleckner, Sylvia Feiga, Rot Pierce,
France* Gold, Mildred Moss, Henry
Goldstein, Myrtle Lerner and Connie
Lee.
The Joseph Seller Memorial Tal-
mud Torah, being built by the Con-
gregation Beth El will be completed
the latter part of this week. It will
be the scene of a wedding on Mny
29th. Mr, Maurice Moss and Miss
Mildred Ackernian will be united. A
fino wedding is predicted.
Congregation Beth El had services
lost Friday night with Mr. Harry
Greenhlntt officiating and assisted by
Sam Greene. An unusual summer at-
tendance was present.
from Spain and Portugal i ,he j,
and 10th centuries have launched
project to settle the entire Sephardi*
Jewish community of Hamburg, Get*
many in Suriiinin, Dutch eoton..
the eastern const of South Amerles.
Dr. A. J. Van Meemstra, *>,
of Surinam, has re|tortei| that 200
.'100 Jewish families can be KtatJ
there. Acting on this inf. lnatk th
World Sepimrdic Congress, which met
here lost week, voted to support the
project. The Sephardic community |
Hamburg numbers 150 persona.
Services, were held nt Temple Israel
last Friday night with Dr. Carl A.
Herman officiating. Dr. Herman de-
livered his usual interesting sermon
VIC BERRY
Mr. Berry who for Use past nine
years waa associated with the Fire-
stone Service Stations throughout
Florida during which time he waa
service manager for the Miami
branch, Is now the owner and op-
erator of the Causeway Service
Station on the Causeway adjoining
the Florida Power and Light Com-
pany plant.
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CITY TICKET OFFICE
135 E. Flatter St.
Phones 3-31262-S104
T. W. LTJCKETT, D. P. A.
Last Sunday there was a benefit
card party for the Congregation Beth
El at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Schutzer. Mesdames Ann Mow and
Rose Schutzer were co-hostesses. A
representative group of Temple Israel
was present. Refreshments were en-
joyed by nil. Proceeds went to fur-
ther beautify the Joseph Seller Me-
morial Talmud Torah.
SEPHARDIC JEWS
SEEK REFUGE
Amsterdam, (WNS) Sephardic
Jews in Holland whose ancestors
found refuge here after being expelled
THE MIAMI BEACH
KOSHER MARKET
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BEGINNING JUNE 7
WILL CLOSE AT
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EXCEPTING
THURSDAY and BATCRDA1
Equipped to Serve Your Every
Want in Kosher Foods
FOR RENT
I Might ful Rooms, for adults only,
kitchen privilege-, limited to those
observing Dietary I.aws, very reas-
onable raten for summer. Inquire
MRS. A. SLOAN
218 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach Florida
Firestone Tires, Batteries, Auto SupplierTexaco Petroleum Products
Road Service PHONE 6-4417 Marfak Lubrication
Vic Berry's Causeway Service Station
? eSSaSP CAUSEWAY-NEXT TO POWER PLANT
CMl < ailed tor and Delivered Free of ChargeMiami Beach. Florida
TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
LAST TUESDAY'S VOTE
definitely demonstrated your support to me. I hope
to express my appreciation in a practical
manner during my tenure of office.
THANK YOU!
PAT CANNON
NOMINEE FOR CONORESS
MORE FOR YOUR MOM
Here is extra earning power from your savinsgs
account with absolute safety. We have al-
ways paid 4 percent on savings no matter how
large or small. Each account is insured up to
$5,000 by an agency of the U. S. Government.
PHONE 3-2652

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AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
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BUILDERS
L. E. EDWARDS, Contractor
Builder of Mornmgside
I.EROY S. EDWARDS, Manager
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E. J. WARNER ft COMPANY
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W. PAUL MEREDITH
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ELECTRICIANS
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LYON ELECTRIC CO.
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Phone 5-2444 Nite Service 2-0744
LANDSCAPING SOILS
PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per yard.
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I 3-8612
Established Since 1014
BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY
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815 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-1288
FISH MARKET
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Always the BEST
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CITY CURB MARKET
501 S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-6534
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Glass Frames. 171 N. W. 1st StreeL
Phone 2-2462.
PLUMBING
A. L. MERRIFIELD
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Repairs and Septic Tank Work
All Work Guaranteed
25 YEARS" experience: large and
small Installations. Ill N. E. 20th
St. Phone 3-3932.________________
SPECIAL PLUMBING
Do You Need a
Licensed Plumber
with 25 Tears'
Experience?
For $1.50 Per Hour
Whv Pay More?
PHONES 2-80733-4203
RADIO REPAIRS
SHANTHE RADIO MAN
Best Quality WorkReasonable Prices
SHAN DESJARDINS
132S W. Flagler Street
Phone 2-1219 Open Evening!
ELECTRIC RAZORS
ELECTRIC f HAVER
Specialist
8CHICK AND 8HAVEMA8TEB
OIL KITSACCESSORIES
I. A ANDRESS
131 Shoreland Arcade, Pho. 8-4681
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 Service
Co. Phone at S-S272 or 8-2452
ROOF REPAIRING
ROOF TROUBLES CURED
With crack-proof, non-drying white-
cool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat.
CHEAP AS TAR
5 Tear Guarantee: Local Proof. Free
Estimate. Phone 2-5703
PALMER'S ROOFING COMPANY
16 years in MiamiW. N. Palmer,
Prop.
BARRETT APPROVED ROOFING
Sheet Metnl Work Tile Roofing
"Roofs That Last"
15 N. E. 17th Terr. Telephone 2-3420
RUG CLEANING
HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS
Rugs Cleaned. lived and Repaired
Moth Proofing
Orientals Our Speclaltv
60 N. E. 39th StreetTel. 2-7798
SEPTIC TANKS
SUPERIOR
SEPTIC TANK CO.
EDWIN H. O'NEAL. Owner
12 TEARS EXPERIENCE
Don't 8ay: 'Septic Tanks"
Say: "Superior Septic Tanks"
REPAIRS A 8PECIALTY
Installation* 'Any SiseReasonable
Prices. Phowe WCSO day or nlte. 484
N. E. 57th Street
SEWING MACHINES
ALL MARKS, repaired by factory ex-
pert. $1.60 op; parts for all ma-
chines. Used machines sold and rent-
ed. 8ewing Machine 8hop, 71. S. B.
1st St, Phone 2-4024.
SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES
HOSPITAL BEDSWHEEL CHAIRS
RENTAL 8ERVICE
OXYGEN TENTS
Abdominal Supporters, Trusses and
Elastic HosieryPerfectly Fitted
SURGICAL SUPPLY CO.
26 N. E. 2nd Ave.Phone 2-1I0S
SIGNS
FOR COMMERCIAL WALL-
OUTDOOR SIGNS
TRUCK LETTERING
PHONE 3-8515
RANKIN
SIGN CO.
________118 N. W. 2nd Areas*
STORAGE
FIREPROOF BLDG.. HEART 09
crrr
SPECIALIZING in personal effects.
Baggage room with free access.
Bags, 50c 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, le
cu. ft. Stornge Warehouse Co., 13
N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we
will pick them op.
STOVE REPAIRING
SERVING MIAMI 15 YEARS^-We re-
build and refinish water heaters
stoves. Oaa, Oil, Electric, Gasoline.
Apartmer>e, Hotel and Restaurant
Equipment. "If you use ItWo service
It.MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE
J. F. McMalns. Mgr.. 1722 W. Flagler,
Phone 2-6369.
TERMITE PROOFING
TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE
Odorless Fireproof Safe
Old or Now Buildings
S TEAR GUARANTEE
Scmi-Annual Free Inspection. Hun-
dreds of Satisfied Customers In South
Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively.
TERMITE CONTROL CO
John Severiq. Mgr.
Phone 7-2313 120 N. W. 53rd St.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER A
STORAGE COMPANY. INC.
1000 N. E. First Ave.
Local and Long Distance Hauling.
Vaults for Furs. Rugs and Silver.
CRATINGPACKINGSHIPPING
Fireproof WarehousesCustom
BondedMoth Proofing
WE move you anywhere In L. S. A.
Bonded and Insured carriers. Phone
2-71SS. Suddath Mo vine and Storage
Co. Office In all principal 'cities.
TREE MOVING
JOHN H. WHITFIELD
Nursery and Landscaping. Tree mov-
ing specialist. Best of references. 121J
M. W. 79th 8L Phone 7-J7J7.
Drama. Color. Interest
The Jewish
Festivals
by HAYYIM SCHAUSS
Obtcurt origins rrvoJod,
Colorful cortmouios portrayed,
Exquuito art objects Ulmtratod
?2.50
Tfa UNION OF AM1RICAN HBBREW CON-
GUOATION3 Mmkmm Wrf*. Cincinnati
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THE JEWISH FESTIVALS
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AJJnm.
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flu! mkmiQ
SmJCO.D. a
Griebl To Remain
, In Germany
Berlin (WNS)White the Ameri-
can authorities in New York were
checking reports that the German con-
sulate there connived at the flight of
Dr. Ignatz T. Griebl. naturalized
American citizen who is wanted as a
key witness in the spy ring probe, the
former president of the Friends of the
New Germany was fined 60 marks for
entering Germany without a passport
and immediately released." I At the
same time it was announced he had
received permission to practice medi-
cine in Germany and would remain
here permanently, thus putting him
beyond the reach of the American.
Government.

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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY 27.19%
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
135 N. W. 3rd Avenue
(MIAMI'S PIONEER
CONGREGATION)
MAX SHATMRO, Rabbi
1029 N. W. lit Street
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-217*
Prizes and certificates will be
awarded to the honor pupils of all
classes during the closing exercises of
our Sunday School this coming Sun-
day morning at 10 :0O. Parents who
desire to witness these exercises are
permitted to do so. The names of all
honor students will be mentioned next
week.
THE RABBIS MESSAGE
I turn to you for the last time this
year, members, fathers, mothers and
friend! of Beth David to remind you
of the heavy duty you placed upon us
the past few years. In the few meager
moments we meet with the children
of the community we are expected to
endow them with the knowledge of n
tradition centuries old: to cultivate
their religious consciousness, and to
strengthen their moral nature. Too
often do we feel that the influence of
home runs counter to the teachings
of our institution.
If ever we are truly to accomplish
the goal of religious training, we DUMt
be given the cooperation of parents
and members. We wish through ac-
quaintance with parents and members
to penetrate with understanding to the
roots of our children's personalities.
We ask, then, for a greater rapproch-
ement between members, parents, and
our congregation : so that our efforts
may be welded together for the com-
mon cause of our children's moral and
spiritual education.
Members and fathers, we ask that
you be present at our annual congre-
gational meeting to be held Wednes-
day evening. June Sth. Problems and
matters of utmost importance involv-
ing the future of our institution and
your children will be discussed. A din-
ner will precede the annual meething
for members in good standing. Fath-
ers, if you are not as yet affiliated
now is your chance. Members, if you
are in arrearswe ask you to become
in good standing.
Don't forgetWednesday Evening.
June Sth. at 0 :30Congregational
Dinner and Annual Meeting!
CONFIRMATION EXERCISES
Our Confirmation exercises, this
ear has been arranged to give a brief
original summary of the history, ideals
LOUIS HAYMAN, Exec. Sec.
149 N. W. Sth Street
Phone 2-5674
and principles of Israel. The essays
presented and to be recited arc origi-
nal essays written by the confirmants.
The confirmation exercise will take
place this coming Sunday evening,
May 20th at 8:15 promptly at the
Synagogue,
The confirmants are: Velma Abra-
ham, Leah Arnnovitz, Thelma Horo-
witz. Frances Malkin, Doris Mnlmud,
Henry Mendell, Miriam Singer, Sylvia
Snyder. Solomon Sokolow, Ruth Stein-
berg, Rose Teichner. Marion Wohl,
Diana Blatman and Liln Orgell. In
addition to the confirmants Harold
Shapiro will discuss "Our Junior Is-
rael" and Jack Mendell"We, the Ju-
nior Scientists." Shirley Jamison, a
member of the postconfirmation
class won the essay contest on "He-
brew Education" which she will deliv-
er during the exercises.
Cantor Louis Ilayman will be heard
in appropriate vocal selections. Mr.
Jack August, president of the congre-
gation, will give the address of wel-
come. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, presi-
dent of the congregation, will award
the certificates. Mrs. Sol Rotfort,
past president of the Sisterhood will
present the Bibles. Mr. Stanley C.
Myers will address the congregants
and teachers of Beth David. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will give the charge unto
the confirmants and pronounce tho
blessings.
Mrs. E. Shaeffer will acompany at
the piano. The members of our choir
who will participate are: Mrs. Ed
Friedman. Mrs. William Weintrnub,
Mrs. E. Shaeffer. Mrs. M. Rubinstein,
Mrs. M. Apte. Miss E. Font and Miss
II. Katziff. The confirmation exer-
cises are under the direction of Mrs.
Harry Oliphant.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
The annual picnic of the Sunday
School held last Sunday was a huge
success. Col. Sidney H. Palmer, past
president of the Synagogue directed
the games in a most capable manner
in the absence of Mr. Stanley C My-
en who was out of the city. In charge
of arrangements for this annual event
were Mrs. Harry Oliphant. president
of the Sisterhood and Mrs. Sol Rot-
fort, past president of the Sisterhood.
wanted because we have not conform-
ed to that norm. Precisely that is
what happened i Germany. Precise-
ly that is what is implicit in Hi" State-
ment made by Phil LaFolletteand
not by 1' itil alone.
What is the answer?
As citizens of the United States of
America, as nationals of this nation.
we arc one hundred percent Ameri-
cans, But we are Jews, an ethnic
and cultural group of recognisable
historic and psychological homogenei-
ty. We are one hundred percent
Americans. But we are one hundred
percent Americans as Jews. If our
loyalty, our devotion and our achieve-
ment have a moral accent and a sp'r-
itual color of their own, then that
moral accent and that spiritual tinge
are in so far forth an American moral
accent and an American spiritual
tinge. Else we are once more In ex-
ile and once more in bondage.
The Negro is also one hundred
percent American. But according to i
Phil LaFollrtte and the others who i
use that phrase about being Ameri-
cans first and Jews next, the Negro
would have to be told that he must
be a white man first nnd a Negro af-
terwards. For he who has his special
psychological and moral accent and
his Americanism will always be tinged
by that tone nnd that accent.
Freedom means freedom. It must
mean, above all. the freedom to be
what one was eternally meant to be.
It is only as such that one can con-
tract loyalties and acknowledge du-
ties; it is only as inch that .inc's
loyalties nnd duties have any moral
worth. The Jew who is not concerned
over the fats of his brethren in bond-
age nor passionately nwnre of the re-
demption of his people Id Palestine
is not a very high type of Jew. But
since Jewishness is co-extensive with
his humanity (even as Phil LaFoI-
lette'a ethnic ancestral and icligious
bring is co-extenaive with bis) he will
no) be a very high type of human be-
ing and by the same token not the
highest type of citiesn. He may be n
gjick politician or a faithful hench-
man even. He will aot be leading
thai good life In Ita higbesl sense of
Integrity from which alone the very
highest l.vi.....f citizenship can arise.
The best Jew is the best American.
Xn contradiction or antithesis or dich-
otomy can be permitted h"-e. Ameri-
canism and Jewishness av different
functioning! of the same organism. No
question of priority or judgment of
value can be permitted.
I hope that Mr. Phil LaFollette
may sec these words. It is possible
that he has not really thought thl
matter through and was merely UBln'
a conventional phrase. But the phrjie
is a very dangerous one, dang^a.
to the Jewish people, dangerom t,>
the cause of liberty itself.
"^GREETINGS BTfAI B'RITH
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THE WORLD'S WINDOW
+
-By LUDWIG LEWIS0HN--
Why are the liberals not all friends
of the Jewish people? I have asked
the question before and sought to give
nn answer. But to the various an-
BWera given by others as well as by
me another must be added. Liberal-
ism is being corroded nnd corrupted
in the minds nnd emotions of mnny
Who profess it. They have forgotten
its meaning. They have forgotten that
it has no meaning unless it stands
uncompromisingly for the ultimate
maximum of human liberty, that it
prefers the risk of licence fo the risk
of slavery and that it does so not In
the belief but in the absolute know-
ledge that liberty is at one with life
for both men and societies and that
the loss of liberty means first rigidity.
next decay, finally death.
The occasions of these refletcions
is the amazing article on Phil La
Follette of Wisconsin by Max Lerner
in the Nation of May 14. I am not
for the moment concerned with the
larger and graver dangers represented
by Phil LaFollette's state of mind as
reported by Lerner. Let me emphn-
tfge the fncts that are the crucial
facts for us. LaFolIette went to Ger-
| many in 1033. He was evidently im-
pressed. He is also impressed by the
methods and achievements of Mustn-
phn Kcmal. Be made a public state-
ment in 1033 against the Jewish boy-
cott of Germnn goods. Now let mc
quote Mr. Lerner's article. "The Jews,
he feels, havebecause of their eco-
nomic success in declining capitalism
become easy marks for vindictivc-
ness. They must not dissipate th.'ir
energies in foreign boycotts, but con-
centrate them on the opportunity for
reform in their own country. They
must be Americans first and Jews af-
terwards." It is I who have italiciz-
ed the last sentence. It is the univer-
sal danger signal. It is the beginning
of anti-Semitism of a kind the ulti-
mate logical conclusion of which !
the pogrombloody or bloodless. For
by setting up for us an external norm
which we reach or do not reach ac-
cording to those who have set up that
norm, they who do so can declare it
any moment from motives of what-
ever character that despite perfct
loyalty, superb patriotism, comp'ete
devotion in peace and war. mngnifi-
cient cultural achievement, we arc not
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