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^Jewish Floiridli& m Qsamm. Tlhe JhewUslh lUmBlty [VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 22. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENT8 WILL SPEAK HERE Rev. R. Z. Tyler, pastor of the Trinity M. E. Churcli. South, will be i lie guest speaker at the last cultural meeting of the current season sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist District on next Tuesday, June 7th. nt 8:00 o'clock in Beth David Synagogue, His subject will be "Rights of Minority Groups." Known as a very forceful and interestingspeaker, the address of Rev. Tyler will present in an effective manner, all sides of this nil interesting problem of today. Cantors Maurice Mamehes ami Louis 1 layman will chant and the Jewish orcheatra under the direction of A. Bramsnn will be heard in several numbers. The public is invited to attend. PLOTZ DISCOVERS VIRUS OF MEASLES Paris (WNS) — Dr. Harry Plots, American Jewish physician who discovered ami isidated the typhus germ "n 1014 when he was a 24-year old interne at 1ft, Sinai Hospital in New York, has discovered the virus which • a uses measles, he revealed in a paper ireamttd to the French Academy of Medicine. Dr. Plots, who is laboratory chief of the Pasteur Institute in 1'nris. said he had been able to cultivate the measles virus. He is now at work on a vaccine to prevent the disease. POLAND IS NOT BOUND BY PARTY Warsaw (WNS)—The government I* not bound by the decision of the I'amp of National 1'nity. government party, whose national council read Poland's 8,0000,000 Jews out of the country's economic and cultural life by demanding legislative measures to force Jewish emigration and to eliminate Jews from trade, industry and culture, Premier Felic Slawjo-Skladowski assured the Jewish members of the Chamber of Deputies. Isaac Ruhensteein, Emil Sommerstein and Leih Minezherg. when they called on him i" obtain a clarification of the party's • ict ion. The Premier told them the government's attitude toward the Jews would continue to be based on constitution which guaranteees equal lights to Jews. Despite this assurance, however, the Jewish Deputies Club, issued a statement pledging itself to combat • very attempt to introduce anti-Jewish legislation "predicated on alien models an dbased on the ideology of brute force." Replying to the resolution of the Camp of National Unity, ilie Jewish Deputies Club warned that the Jewish population would not capitulate to lawlessness and would not surrender its rights and the possibilities of a social, economic and cultural life but would fight for equality and tho maintenance of constitutional rights in letter and spirit. JEWISH WORKERS NAME PRESIDENT Washington. D. C, (WNS)—Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive director of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, was elected president of the National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare at the close of its .10th annual meeting. He succeeds Harry QreensteJn, executive director of tlie Associated Jewish Charities of Baltimore. He is i graduate of Yeshiva College and holds a Ph. D. in Semitic languages from Vale University. From 1990 to 1928 he held a Sterling Research Fellowship at Yale and taught English anil Government at the American University in Cairo from 1028 to 1020. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Scotland Church Renews Portest Edinburgh (WNSI—The General Assembly Of the Church of Scotland went on rccoTtl-AS^auuh'lUJUV^jjiu^r; cation of jews in European lands with the adoption by its general assembly of a resolution declaring "we renew protests against the virulence and cruelty of attacks against the helpless Jewish minorities in Central and Eastern Europe and affirm the conviction that no church can be at the same time truly Christian and antiSemitic." I. M. H. L ELECTS OFFICERS 200 JEWISH HOUSEWIVES ARRESTED IN VIENNA Vienna (WNS)—Two hundred Jewish housewives who were arrested together with more than 1.000 other housewives for creating an uproar at Vienna's public market over the shortage of food are being charged with inciting the non-Jewish women to disorder. ANTI-SEMITE IS SENT TO PRISON Bucharest fJVJJfl)—Cornelln Zealrn Codreanu, Ronmania's would-be Hitler and for 1."> years the terror of the country's Jewish population was found guilty of high treason by a military tribunal ami sentenced to ten years of forced labor and subsequent loss of civil rights for seven years. The conviction and sentence climaxed a trial in which the government had presented evidence proving that Codrenau had not only plotted to overthrow the Carol regime hut hail unlawfully possessed and published state secrets, conspired with the Nazis to make Roumania a vassal state of Germany and had organised and maintained illegal and armed military groups. The trial was an outgrowth of an abortive coup d'etat last April when Codrenau and more than IBM of his followeres were arrested. Codrenau has been the advocate of violent anti-Semitism ever since 102:! when he murdered the prefect of Jassy hecause of the arrest of a, number of students charged with anti-Semitic outrages at Jassy University. Codrenau has been the leader of the antiJewish organization. Leeague of the Archangel Michael, later re-name.l the Iron Guard. He was responsible for the assassination of Premier Ton Duoa in 10.1.1 because of his opposition to anti-Semitism. With several bmu!rl4* me 5> berl '" attendance last Wednesday liTglil '?.' the Young Men's Hebrew Association annual meeting, officers were elected for the coining year. Those named are: Milton A. Friedman, president; Al. Grossman, vice-president; Dr. Harold Band, secretary : Nat Blumberg, treasurer. Members of the Hoard of Directors chosen for a three year term are K. Alliert Pallot and Harry Schwartz. Chosen for a two year term are Dr. Samuel Beckman : for a one year term Dr. Milton Saslaw. Leon Lieberman. Dr. Barney Weink'c. Manny Teitler ami Han\\ Gordon, The officers will be Installed at the Installation mid diamond ball dance at the Civic Center next Wednesday evening. June 8th. beginning at 0:00 o'clock to which the entire community is invited. Officers named have been active In local communal affairs and in the affairs of the Y for a long number of rears. Mr. Friedman was vice-president of the Y and is now secretary of the Miami B'nSi B'rith Lodge. Palestine Status Is Protected London (WNS—Palcor Agency)— No change in the status of the Palestine Mandate was involved in the British-Italian agreement recently concluded, the House of Commons was assured by R. A. Butler. Parliamentary Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs. The question was raised by Geoffrey Mander. who asked whether the pact, which included indirect reference to Palestine, constituted a variation or termination of the Palestine Mandate by constitutional means, or whether it referred to the procedure of the League or contemplates other machinery for Palestine's administration than is now in existence. There was no particular procedure agreed FEDERATION TO BE SUBMITTED Plans for the formation of a Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds will be submitted to a mass meeting of the residents of this area on Sunday evening. June 12th at 8:1." o'clock at Temple Israel. One of the most prominent speakers and authorities on Federation problems will address the meeting. Every adult organization in Greater Miami will be represented by three delegates each awl six alternates who will sit in a special reserved section. The Provisional Committee will offer a tentative plan and explain the proposed organization which will then be submitted to the entire meeting for a full and free discussion in all of its details. Stress is being laid by the members of the Provisional Committee that it desires the expression of the will of the people in this important matter. Every Jew and Jewess in the area is extended an" urgent invitation to attend. to. he was told by Mr. Butler, who added that none had been discussed. "The effect of the Articles of the League preclude the termination or modification of the Mandate without the consent of the Council. The British Government will consult the League before any action is taken." be eoaeluded. BRITH CONVENTION'HPPRQ.ES TO $500 IS APPROPRIATED FOR BEGINNING OP WORK TO FIGHT NAZI PROPAGANDA IN THIS AREA With ninety three delegates and more than two hundred visitors attending, the Fifth District Grand Lodge %  • til its annual convention at Orlando last Sunday and Monthly. Headquarters of the convention were at the San Juan Hotel. Sessions began Sunday morning with the presentation of reports by Hyman S. Jacobs, president, Maier Triest, secretary, and William A. Goodheart. treasurer. The By-laws. Student I'nion. Anti-Defamation, Cultural and Program committees were announced. Judge Hy. Roth of Orlando welcomed the delegates anil intrnduced Mayor vWTy"*oi •W^?.'"'"who extended a we'eome on behalf of tin city ;. Barney J. Cohen, president of the Orlando Lodge spoke. Response was made by Harry Adelberg. first vice-president of the District. Following the business session the delegates mid visitors were guests of tin Orlando Lodge at a luncheon in the Angebilt Hotel. Judge H. N. Roth was tnastmaster and the invocation was given by Rabbi Zivlonka of Tainpa. Among 1 those who spoke were Isaac Levin of Miami. Delegates from many cities were introduced during the luncheon. A feature of the luncheon was the singing by the Miami Lodge Glee Club, led by Leo Eisenstein, Philip Berkowits of Miami sang a solo with the Glee Club Joining in the chorus. The second session listened to numerous business reports and discussion of Wider Scope work in th" District and throughout the area. Report of the work of the Hillel Foundation at the University of North Carolina was presented by Sidney Stern of North Carolina) delegates from the District to the Supreme Lodge of the Order. A rc|>ort of the Atlanta Orphan Home was presented. While the business session was in progress, all visiting ladiese were the guests of thcOi-lando Ladies Auxiliary in a sightsseeing tour and at a beautiful tea in the Orlando Country Club. Sunday evening Judge M. Henry Cohen of Tampa presided at the cultural meeting at wh'ich Hyman S. Jacobs, president of the District. Rabbi Max Schweifel. Zionist leader of New York and Rahbi William Grecnberg of North Carolina were the speakers. The Charleston, S. C. Degree team held initiation ceremonies at which a large class of members were inducted to the Orlando Lodge. Monday morning all secretaries of the Order's Lodges were the guests of Maier Triest the District's secretary at a breakfast Business sessions heard reports of committees and numerous resolutions of importance to the Order were adopted. The men were served luncheon in the Sun Juan Hotel while the ladies were guests of the Orlando Ladies Auxiliary at a luncheon in the Orlando Country Club and there witnessed installation of officers of the Orlando Auxiliary. Features were the address of Mrs. Nat Berman, president of the Auxiliary. Mrs. Jos. Fromherg of Washington. D. CM and other visitors. In the afternoon the Budget Committee presented its report and precipitated the most important discussion of the Convention. Mr. Loweys of Atlanta, chairman of the Budget Committee, presented the report of the majority of the committee and Mr. Harry Simonhoff of Miami presented the minority report. Speaking for the majority were Judge Sidney J. Stern of Greensboro. N. C, William A. Goodheart of Baltimore, Stephen Kohiffcr of Atlanta, and Mr. Armand May. president of the Atlanta Orphan Home. Mr. J. L. Shochet of Miami argued for the adoption of the minority report. The minority report was adopted with but two dissenting votes. As n result the sum of five hundred dollars was] voted for Anti-Defamation work in the District to be administered under the direction of the Anti-Defamation Committee of the District: thirteen hundred and fifty dollars for Jewish Student I'nion Activities; two hundred and fifty dollars for the Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital : three hun!'"/,";'" .dollars for the planting of two ", • "i*.. tlp Pi-n Rubinow hundred trees in il *, ..; Nt,, t ..,,. Memorial Forest in Palestine and t hundred and fifty dollars for A. 7,. A. work in the District. Election of Officers followed and resulted in the unanimous election of Harry Adelberg of Baltimore as president: Alvin S. Kan us of Asheville, N. C, first vice-president; Isaac Levin of Miami, 2nd vice-president ; Edward Rosenldum of Washington. Srd vice-president ; Maier Triest of Charleston, secretary and Hyman S. Jacobs of Atlanta treasurer. Members of the general committee chosen were Emaiiuel Lewis of Savannah. Jesse Fine of Baltimore, Abe Shefferman of Washington. Moses Shapiro of Winston-Salem. N. C.. and Julius Fisher of Ronoake. Va.. and Rabbi Samuel Shulman. During the afternoon session Memorial services were held with Rabbi William Grecnberg and Cantor Leshinsky officiating. Leo Eisenstein of Miami was named one of the three representatives of the District to the Board of tho Leo N. Levy Memorial Hospital. Following the installation of the officers hy Judge Joseph Fromberg of Washington, a past president of the District the Convention was adjourned. At night a banquet and dance was held at the Orlando Country Club with Barney J. Cohen of Orlando as the toastmaster. Presidents of the State Federations spoke briefly. The principal addresses of tho evening were given by Commander Comer of the Florida Department of the American Legion and Rabbi Lefkowitz of Richmond, Va. Commander Comer in one of the most stirring addresses of the entire Convention appealed for the protection of the principles of American Democracy, tho right of free speech and press, and tho untrammelled right to follow the dictates of his own religion. He condemned vigoriously those who camoto this country trying to destroy democracy with totalitarian ideas an-f isms of every kind. As he concluded the entire audience rose and applauded for more than five minutes. Dancing; followed the banquet. NOTE Due to the illness of Ludwig Lewisohn, we are omitting the regular weekly article of The World's Window, which we hope will appear in our next issue.



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TTtTOAY. JUNE 3, 1938 TUTB JEWISH FLOBIDIAN PAGE THREE —*" wJewiisUi florid fan FTJBLIBHBD *VIRT FKIDAT P. O. Box Wl PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Sscond Avenut Phonee 2-1141; 2-1183 1. LOUI3 SHOCHTT. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Mnr 0,1 Wl | M MCB4 cl" uttor July 4, IMP, th Post Offlos at MUai. anow th. Art of JUMfcl. Ml*. ST. WTEJISBUKG MM. ROSE U. RUBIN MSMN WEST PALM BEACH MRS. U. SCHRKBN1CK lUpnMOtativs ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOW1TZ lUprlHiiUtiti suBecmirnoN MM MM handball, volleyball and tennis courts available to the entire membership. 3. Redecorate and remodel former billiard rooms for meeting place suitable to our own Y. W. H. A., Junior "Y"' or any other worthwhile group that would have need for same. 4. Jointly plan a greater Miami membership drive semi-annually collaborating with the Y. W. and Junior "Y" and increase the 10.000 or more Jewish population of this area asmembers. 5. The formation of a club consisting of the presiding officers of every Jewish organization in the Greater Miami area. I in.!.| like very much to receive an expression from you readers as to what you desire accomplished at the B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS FRIDAY, JUNE 3,1938 VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 22. FACING THE REALITIES i The sooner we face the utter realities of conditions affecting us today, that much earlier will we have arrived at a solution to this tremendous problem. We have just returned from the B'nai B'rith Convention of the Fifth District held at Orlando and are gratified to know that some of the best minds of more than eight states met the issue in true Jewish and American manner. The issue of Nasi and anti-Semitic activities in this country must not be lightly considered, though we need not at th s time be unduly alarmed. We must profit by the lessons taught us by Germany where our brethren sat idly by, and did nothing whatever. Today in this area most of these anti-Jewish agitations are in the hands of racketeers of the worst type, men whose very actions are the opposite of Americanism, whose ideals are those of Hitler and his cohorts rather than those of democracy. The American people will never stand for men or ideals of their type so long as they are properly appraised of the true facts and what is behind them. Fortunately in this area the secular press is unalterably opposed to propaganda of the Hitler type and it minces no words in their continual and unhesitating denunciation of them. The American Legion is definitely opposed to them as is every right thinking individual and boy. Yet it is the Jew of this area who sits supinely by and smiles why worry about the propaganda. why consider the future t his indifference is what we must overcome this lack of interest is our greatest danger. May we suggest that careful thought be given to the problem before us today. We have that unshakeable faith in American democracy that we need not fear the ultimate results, provided .... we realize the issue and take the proper steps. "Y" DIAMONDBALL NEWS With manager Dr. Barney Weinkle away to the B'nai B'rith convention at Orlando over the week-end the hoys eased up somewhat and received a 13 to 10 setback at the hands of the cellar dwelling Miami Beach A. C. However on the following nigbr with Dr. Weinkle back in town the boys played heads up ball to defeat their nemesis the Civic League aggregation S to 4. Davis Lackawitz was the hero of the batsmen with a homer and double good for three runs while Hy Sachs pitched commendably in the pinches to secure victory for the "Y.". Following is the schedule for the remaining games of the first hn'f. Monday. June 6. Shayne Drug Co. Tuesday. June. 7. Marine Athletic Club. Monday. June 13. Navy Reserve. Tuesday. June 14. Civic League. Monday. June 20. Shnync Drug Co. Wednesday, June 22. Miami Beach A. C. Monday. June 27. Y. M. H. A. vs. Navy Reserve. Little Ida (of the Welfare Bureau) Optnera had little cause to complain, when one considers how well she was taken care of by that big money man of the B'nai B'rith, Ben Le Vine. Abe (the Recaller) Aronovitz and Manny (Big Butter and Kgg Man) Bandler consoled each other, all the way from Miami to Orlando over Henry Filer's demise as a congressional candidate, and as a result of that seven hour argument, as to his failure at the polls, completely forgot to voice their expressions at the convention. District No. 5 of the Grand Lodge was indeed surprised to learn of the unbeatable Miami political machine. What a footballing around this Miami bunch gave the convention. Let's m now. It was Shochet to Levin to Stone, to Abbott to Shochet to LcVinc to Abbott, which ultimately left Abbott holding the bn'lot. Boys, what a bark line. After they wire through, the front line got into action. It was Aronovitz to Coret to Bandler to Mintzer. to Weinkle to Eisenstein to Pallet to Friedman to Goldstrom to Adler to Simonhoff to Schwartz to Seignl to Berkowitz. back to Segall. which completed this all American machine. Could we lose? I ask you. Jacksonville Notes The Jewish Men's Club will hold its first annual dance Tuesday night, June 7th. in the ballroom of tli Jacksonville Jewish fenter. In charge of the dance is William Silvcrman, assisted by Abe Diamond, Leon Springer. Leon Shapiro, Harry Sachs, Harry Brnida. Sidney Knss. Jack Landau. Isidore Moscovitz and Barney Shorstcin. Miss Molly Mizrahi. popular brideeh-ct. was entertained Thursuay night hy Miss Cecelia Kline with a party in the Party House. Delicious refreshments were served in the dining room with the hostess presiding at the punch bowl. Hand rolled linen handkerchiefs were awarded as prizes to Misses Esther Blattner. Mamie Davidson. Minnie Slott and Mrs. Ralph Mizrahi. The closing meeting of the Daughters of Israel was held last Wednesday afternoon in the auditorium of the Jacksonville Jewish Tenter. Mrs. M. D. Margolin was the Installing officer. WUumL By HARRY SCHWARTZ MILTON A. FRIEDMAN ELECTED PKKSIDKNT OF Y. M. H. A. At the annual Y. M. H. A. elections held last Wednesday Milton A. Friedman, part vice-president of the organisation succeed E. Albert Pallot as president. A splendid group of officers were chosen by the membership that undoubtedly will add prestige to the "V" and assure Milt of the needed harmony and co-operation BO necessary to perform the duties of the organization. Read page one for list of newely elected-offi; ccrs. The vote was almost unanimous for all the newl yeleeted officers for which we feel confident will bring the small opposition in line to help us as they have in the past. In honoring the newly elected officers an installation and dance will be held at the Civic Center ballroom on Wednesday, June 8th. The regular Wednesday meeting has been replaced with the gala occasion for which we are certain will reeicve your attendance. All tickets previously sold by the dlamondball team dance committee will be honored at this affair. An admission of $1.00 per coaple will be in effect. Come out in full regalia and celebrate with the newly electd officers. Remember the date is Wednesday. June 8th, Miami Civic Center ballroom. Call Nat Blumberg or Al Relsman for reservationsphone 3-4012. V. W. H. A. TO HOLD ANNI'AL. ELECTION THIS TI'ESDAY And now comes the annual Y. W. H. A. elections on Tuesday. June 7th. With Miss Ida Engler declining the nomination for president via telegram from New York where she is vacationing, the race for president simmers down to Mrs. Samuel Shindel and Mrs. Pearl Relsman. For vicepresident. Miss Gertrude Mandell. Mrs. Joseph Syman and Josephine Kolman; recording secretary, Mrs. Ann Merger. Sarah Rosenhonse and Gertrude Schaff; corresponding secretary. Gertrude Mandell. Mrs. Max Shenkman and Mrs. Rosen; for treasurer, Mrs. Sam Shindell, Josephine Kolman. Mrs. William Friedman and Frances Tobias. Everyone has a right to their guess so here goes mine: For president. Mrs. Pearl Reisman | vice-president. GeitradC Mandell ; recording secretary, Gertrude Schaff; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Max Shenkman and for treasurer, MrR. William Friedman. If you are a member of the Y. W. II. A., you are urgently requested to gel your dues paid up to date if you haven't done so and allow yourself to vote for the coming administration. A real treat has been arranged in conjunction with the nnnual elections with Mrs. Samuel Shindel in charge. The Miami delegates had no fear of their health at Orlando as they brought the best medico in these here parts with them. None other than K onil old Dr. Barney Weinkle. However, everybody's health was in fine shape, so having some time on his hand-. Barney started his famous story telling. And could he tell them. Get him to tell you the one about the six dollars. Mis. Adolph Lassk and Miss Jean Shatkowsky entertaineil with a bridge party and linen shower Thursday in honor of Miss Marie Jacobs, pretty bride-elect of June in the home of Mrs. Lassk in Springfield. High prizes were won hy Mrs. H. Setzer. Miss Thelma Segal and Mrs. Brookshire, and specinl prizes went to Mrs. F. Tamargo and Mrs. H. Setzer. After the games a delirious salad course was served. The Business and Professional Women's Division of Jacksonville Senior Hadassah closed the year with a buffet supper last Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Louis S. Joel. In charge of arrangements were Miss Etta Bncholz and Mrs. Herbert Panken, who assisted Mrs. Joel in serving. Officers-elect for the coming year are : Miss Margie Hackel. chairman ; Miss Janet Lazarus, vice-chairman: and Miss Lottie Salzman. financial secretary. Don't forget the installation and dance Wednesday, June 8th, at the Civic Center ballroom. West Palm Beach What would you like to ee the newly elected officers of the Y. M. H. A. accomplish during the year? Here's mv suggestions: 1. Secure an executive director who will formulate plans for a real cultural program and increase the interest of the Y., athletically and socially in this area. 2 Immediately utilize newly acquired property for playground with Last Thursday and Friday. Sam Greene of this city, together with Lou and Jerry Gold of Pahokee, visited Tampa and St. Petersburg. They were the guests of Miss Annabell Jambs, formerly of West Palm Beach and Miami, in St. Petersburg. On their way home they were joined by Oscar Dobrow at the Florida Military Academy. Young Oscar, nephew of Lou and Jerry Gold, is known as one of the youngest students in the Academy. Rabbi Moses Glasser, for 25 years active in Jewish religious work in Czechoslovakia, arrived last *>idy and addressed Congregation Beth El on Fern Street. The synagogue was filled to capacity to hear the distinguished visitor and services were con,l, 1( .,ed by Mr. Harry Greeiiblatt Ix.il Shochet made the best and outstanding speech at the Convention. Like the great orator he is. he idolized the real : transfigured the common ; filled the gallery of imagination with pictures: enriched the brain with brilliant masterpieces; ennobled the heart, and from his lips words budded and blossomed. And after all that he got the 1000.00 for the aiiti-defnmntion league. When he finished he called all of his admiring friends to room 22(1 to receive their congratulations. "Believe it or not" Miami's and Bnai B'rith's foremost haehelor. Harry Simonhoff. fearlessly championed the cause of chivalry and in knightly fashion magnanimously escorted a fair feminine creation, most attentively to the banquet. Phil Berkowitz and I. L. Mintzer. finally settled a grave economic problem now disturbing our country. It took them an entire bus trip. Seven hours. No. that was the bus trip, but PMl stopped for air. and while thus stopped. Mintzer got in an occasional punch line. They finally both agreed that unskilled labor 'ain't any good." That much coveted gold cup. goes to Elry Stone who made the finest gesture at the convention. He was slated for nomination for general committee man. and withdrew for the sake of harmony so that another Florida delegate might be nominated. In the thirteenth century the English friar. Roger Bacon, used th writings of Hebrew scholars to help prove that one could reach Asia by sailing west from Euro|>e. The "Jerusalem Talmud" (completed about .150) states that the world is in the form of a globe. after a most favorable election of Ike Levin to second, vice-president. So. who enn blame Ike for taking that big last drink. Watching Ike. was Lou Shochet, who wished he had never made a vow to stay on the wagon. Carl Weinkle. as usual was right there, and helped furnish a bit of oil for very parched throats, doodles of thanks, Carl. What would the convention havo been, had the bore trim Miami looked for that B'nai B'rith silver voiced tenor. Leo Eisenstein and not found him there? No convention at all. The belle of the convention happened to be. Ike Levin's niece. After looking at her the boys had no morn idea of what the convention was about. To know that she was going to stay for the full convention made, the delegates forget about Anti-Nazi activities or the Atlanta Orphans Home. There must be a jokester at every convention,, and Rudy Adler is awarded the bnrela. He rush over to Milton Friedman and informed him that he was to be one of the speakers. Nothing daunted Milton so he first ran to a mirror, took one glance, then turned on his heel and rushed to his room, then changed clothes and rushed hack to the convention floor just in time to hear a motion to adjourn being unanimously passed. When last seen, Milton was still looking in a mirror. Good old room No. 226 staged a victory celebration on Monday night. Sidney Segall was the best delegate at the convention. He certainly was diplomatii. He did not open hia month once and therefore did not make a single mistake. Another before it or not! More women dressed and undressed in Room 226. supposed to be occupied by two Miami bachelors, than any other room at the convention hotel. No, you are wrong! All of the Miami women checked out, left their baggage at 226. while attending the banquet, then changed clothes at 226, preparatory to the bus drive to Miami. Never jump to conclusions.



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 3. BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6996 Albaeore Drive—6-1265 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-9648 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning. Tou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic Hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In strict confidence. FRIDAY NIGHT — MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS — PAY NO VISITSGIVE NO PARTIE8 — GO TO TEMPLE CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the Congregation."—llillel. CALENDAR OF SERVICES Friday evening, June 3, 1938 at 0:10 p. in., regular services. Saturday evening, June 4, 1038 nt 8:10 p. m.. services ushering in the Bbabuoth Festival. CONFIRMATION SERVICES Tliis S111111.-1y morning. June 5th, 1888, nt 10:00 n. m., 23 students of the Temple Israel Religious School will he welcomed into our congregation and into the Faith of Israel in our annual confirmation ceremonies. The order of the service follows: March, Choir and Confirmnnds— Hymn 146. 1. Opening Prayer. I. Frank Davis —Prayer Hook, page 203-5. 2. Floral Offering. Mnrjorie Reiehenbacb—page 208, choir. Hymn 1(1. 3. Jewish Service, Reri Rippn— page 200-7. 4. Dependence on God, Dick Bronner—page 20.8. 0. Light and Darkness. Charlyne P. Ruskin—page 210. 6, Everlasting Love, Paul A. Louis —page 210. 7. God is One, Blanche Goldstein —page 212. & Love for God. Walter Lavignc —page 212. !>. Humanity is One, Gladys Wolfe —page 214. 10. Original Virtue, Isle Asber— page 210. 11. Immortality. Edwin F. Chcntoff—page 210. 12. Holiness of God, Frances Rose Kate—page 218. 13. The Joy of Festivals, Peggy Goldsmith—page 220. 14. Israel's Loyalty, Lois P. Reisner—page 228-230. 1". Thankfulness. Bemndine A. Doth—page 238. It!. Peace, Shirley Stein — page 240. 17. Humility, Jack II. Metzger— page 21". 18. The Importance of the Unimportant, Liln Greenspan—page 242240. 10. Israel's Torah, Stanley Ratner —page 248. Reading of Torah, Exodus Chapter 20. Recitation of Commandments, Confirms nds. 20. Address to Parents (Com. 5) Myra J. Miraky 21. Gods Purpose with Israel, JullusB. Rcnrman—page 200. 22. Messianic Ideal and Hope, Jack Ituhin—page 272. The Faith of Isrnel, Confirmnnds. 23. Olsolng Prayer, Mitchell M. Goldman—Hymn 150. Blessing of Confirmnnds, Rabbi Kaplan. Address, Rabbi Zwitman. Address, Rnhbi Kaplan. Presentation of Confirmation Certificates. Isnnc Levin. President of Congregation. Presentation of Bibles (gift of the Sisterhood.)—Jules Penrlman, chairman of School Board. Kaddish and Benediction, Rabbi Zwitman. A reception for the eonflrmanda will take place on Sunday evening, June 0th from S .00 to 10:00 p. m.. nt the Hotel Oarlton, 1433 Collins, Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. CONFIRMANTS Isle Aaher—Mr. and Mrs. S. Asher 20 N. E. 49th Street. Julius E. Benrman—Mrs. Eleanore Bearman, 1288 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Dick Bronner—Mr. and Mrs. M. Bronner. 31SC Prairie Avenue, Miami Bench. Edwin F. Chetnoff—Mr. and Mrs. P. Chetnoff. 1400 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. I. Frank Davis—Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davis. 212 N. E. 20th Terrace. Mitchell M. Goldman—Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Goldman, 725 S. W. 11th Avenue. Peggy Goldsmith—Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Goldsmith. S2fl Espnnoln Way, Miami Beach. Blanche Goldstein—Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Goldstein, West Palm Beach. Liln Greenspan—Mr. and Mrs. S. CONDOLENCE Deepest sympathy is hereby expresBed by the Rabbis, officers and momhers of Temple Israel to two of i^ most loyal and faithful worker-, Mr, Louis Zeicnts and Mrs. Morris Pl a „ on their recent bereavement through the loss of their mother, and to Mr Norman Liebling on the loss of huj father. May the memory of the righteous be a blessing. The Talmud tells of three I: bbli who were sent on a mission to report on the state of education throughout Palestine. They came to a pl„ ce where there were no teachers. Tliov said to the inhabitants, "Bring us 'he protectors of the town." They brought them the military guard. The Rabbis exclaimed, "These are not the protectors of the town but its destroyers." Who, then, are the protectors of a city, they were asked; and they replied. "The Teachers." The four professors who will conduct the first Institute of Interdenominational Studies at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Doctor Louis Finkclslcin, Doctor Erwin R. Goodrnough, Doctor Alexander .Marx, and Doctor Alexander Kperber. The Institute will offer four courses on .Monday evenings during the autumn semester, beginning on October 21. The courses offered are: The History of the Second Jewish Commonwealth. Jewish I.rfe I'ndcr the Law. An Introduction to Philo. and the Septuagint in Its Relation to the New Testament. 11. Greenspan, 420 Five Alto Island, Miami Beach. Frances Rose Katl—Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kntz. .I."!) S. W. 10th Street. Walter Lavignc—Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Lavignc. 70 X. E. 40th Street. Paul A. Louis—Mrs. Rose L. Louis 242 X. E. 27th Street. Jack H. Metzger—Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Metzger, William Penn Hotel, Miami Beach. Myrn J. Mirsky—Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Mirsky, 021 N. E. 57th Street. Stanley Ratner—Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ratner. 1344 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach. Marjorie Reichenbach—Mrs. Hazel Reichenbnch. 23G0 S. W. 16th Terrace Lois P. Reisner—Mrs. Hilda G. Rcisner. 1807 S. W. 13th Street. Bert Rippn—Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Rippa. 2535 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach. Bernndine Ann Roth—Mr. and Mrs Nathan Roth, 337 X. E. 2.8th Street. •Tack Rubin—Mr. and Mrs. I. Rubin. 000 Washington Avenue. Miami Bench. Charlyne P. Rnskin—Mr. and Mrs Oan B. Raskin, 1688 S. W. 18th Ave" Shirley Stein—Mr. and Mrs. Jos. R. Stein. 1880 S. W. 0th Street. Gladys Wolf.'—Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe. 253 X. E. 35th Street. 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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL By PHINEAS J. BIRON NAZI STUFF -I'l,,. captain of one the big German >;,„ i_ is going to be grabbed by G-men i.nr <>f these days in connection with Sam's probe of a Nazi spy ring We wonder whether a certain i, ,I..I of the I'. S. Senate, from a Southern State, knows that his spcech, against immigration are being hand, i! out at Nazi Bund meetings If the Anti-Nazi League should decide to no through with a boycott of the Si |,in.lling-Louis fight they ought to bi told that one of their officers has ighl a block of tickets for the bout. .... We had heard it before, but no) until we read it in The Communal, It weekly, did we really believe I lie report that Mayor Hague's Jersey • ijy cops went out of their way to heal up .Tews who happened to be in : %  uriuil Square the night Norman Thomaa was bounced out of Haguevllle O ne of Montreal's TeadI i bristian civic leaders is making arrangements to bring into Canada a 17-year old German Jewish lad from M, iini7 whose grandfather was a friend of hi.'. Walt Disney ought to be told that the German American Bund is using the tune of the Marching Rons rom "Snow White and the Sev(ii Tiwarfx" as the theme of an ontiBemitic ditty used at their meetings. .... One of the Little AnmTRooney colored comics syndicated by the Hearst-owned King Features recently contained some very subtle anti-Fas


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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 3 1930, MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 8. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 oSCHEDULE OF SERVICES naily^ Shachrls at 8 a. m.; Minoha at 6:30 p. m ; Maarlv, 15 minutes after sunset. Sabbath services: Friday evening at 6:30 p. m.; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 615 p. m. SHEVIOI'S SERVICES .The beautiful festival commemorating the giving of the ten commandments will he ushered in on Saturday night with Maariv Service at 0:30 o'clock. Sunday morning services nt 0:00 o'clock. Mincbn in the afternoon at 6:00 o'clock followed by n discussion on the Rook of Ruth. Monday morning services will commence nt 0:00 o'clock and Yizkor services will be held at 10:30 o'clock. In the afternoon Minchn services will be held at G:30 o'clock. SERMON SCHEDULE On the Sabbath before Shevuons. Rabbi Kellner will speak on the Sedrah in the morning and teach Perek at 0:00 p. m.. in the afternoon. Sunday morning nt 10:00 o'clock in English on "Tablets of the Heart" and in Jhe afternoon will discuss the Rook of Ruth. On Monday morning Rabbi Kellner will speak on "Not Everything is Cold that Glitters" and will subject to a critical analysis the proposed Federation scheme. CANTOR JACOBY TO SERVE Cantor Victor .Tneoby. a recent arrival from Czechoslavakia will conduct Shevuons services and sing the T>arts of the ritual on Sunday and Monday. The Cantor was heard several times in our congregntion and the announcement that he will sing the services during the coming Festival, caused n pleasant feeling of satisfaction among our people. A most cordial welcome is extended to all. SCHOOL PICNIC Al in the past, the Ladies Auxiliary will be hosts to the children of our Hebrew and Sunday Schools at an annual outing and picnic. The party will take place at Hollywood Reach on Sunday, June 12. A truck will be provided to transport those who don't have cars of their own. Plenty of refreshments will also be on hand and generous prizes in the various games and contests. LADIES' OFFICERS INSTALLED The new officers of the Ladies Auxiliary were installed at a most beautiful ceremony in the Synagogue on Sunday night past. Mrs. Charles Feldman presided and presented in order Mrs. Abraham Kellner who gave the invocation. Mr. Max Rifns. vice-president of the congregation. Cantors Maurice Mamches and N. Wroobel who sang appropriate selections. Rabbi Kellner spoke of the hopes of the future as did Mr. H. M. Drevich, president of the congregation. Mrs. B. H. London brought greetings from Beth Jacob Sisterhood and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. retiring president, gave a most encouraging report and the installation proper was conducted by Mrs. M. Grossman. Mrs. Ida Rnckstein. president, responded on behalf of the officers and pledged her best efforts for the benefit of the Shul. The charge and benediction by Rabbi Kellner closed the program after which a committee of the Ladies served delicious refreshments. Mrs. Louis Kotkin. newly chosen treasurer also spoke briefly. HABANOTH NOTES A most enjoyable nffair at the home of nope Ellen Tunncnbnnm closed the Mason of activities on Lag Reomer. (James, contests and refreshments were on hand and brief remarks were made by Phyllis Shnlman and Rarbarn Berger. retiring and incoming presidents, respectively. Rabbi Kellner praised the group for their exceptional achievements and present also were Mrs. Abraham Kellner. sponsor. Mrs. Cecil Tannenbaum, dramatic director. Mrs. R. Rosen, musical director and Mrs. I. Ruckstein, president of the Ladies Auxiliary. It is with extense pleasure that we note the praise given to our chapter by the recent issue of the National Magazine. Besides extensive items there was also a reprint of our theme song which was written by Phyllis Shulman. Ours was the only group throughout the country whose original song was given such recognition. HIGHLIGHTS CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSKS MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 326 Jefferson Avenue 'Phone 5-1328 MAURICE Q. MAMCHES. Cantor 726 Meridian Avenue 'Phone 6-2013 Week day services: Shachriss at 7 :

nve for their vacation the day after Shvuoss, please Q-d. They intend visiting their parents in New York and friends in North Adams, Mass., and Soranto*. Pa. They expect to return the latter part of July.. HABANOTH ENTERTAINMENT A SUCCESS The entertainment presented by the Miami Beach Habanoth last Monday night was very suoessful in every way. To a crowded synagogue they presented the play, "Two Goyim," monologues by Fay Rechtman, Gloria Saefert. Carol Rose. Phyllis Kohn. and a song and dance by Beatrice Dansky. The Jewish orchestra of Greater Miami under the baton of Mr. A. Bramsnn played a number of new melodies and were greeted with an ovation. The orchestra consisted of Ruth Shapiro, piano; Louis Katz, Nathan Aronovitx, Fred Grossbcrg and Laurence Feinberg. violins: Walter Falk of Cantor Mamches. By DAVE KRONBERG An open dance will be given nt the Y. If. H. A. clubrooms Thursday evening, June 0th by the Siogn Fraternity. There will be no admission charge and everyone is invited to attend. Leonard Margolis is chairman. The Fraternity is sponsoring its annual benefit dance Sunday evening. June 10th at the Royal Palm Club. The proceeds will be donated to the Young Men's Hebrew Association building fund. Last June 13th this same group of young Jewish boy9, all of Miami, sponsored a benefit dance for the "Y" building fund. Only ten months old then and hardly known, they worked untiringly to make the dance a success, socially nnd financially they were rewarded when they were able to present the building fund with $150.00. Every citizen in this community interested in establishing a bigger ami better Y. M. H. A. building to provide a meeting place for both young and old alike is asked to aid the Sioga Fraternity by attending the benefit dance at the Royal Pnlm Club Sunday. June 10th at 0:00 o'clock. Sam Radanes is general chairman nnd his committee includes Abe Silver. Leonard Mnrgolis. Irving Rotfort nnd Dave Kronberg. Tickets may be purchased in advance from any member of the frntcmity. Admission is $1.00 per couple. The semi-nnnuni election of officers will be held at the next meeting of the Fraternity. Plans for installing the newly elected officers nt the benefit dance June 10th are being completed. n.v Rubin, past president of the Fraternity, now residing in Atlanta and Cholly Adclman. general chairman of the first nnnnal benefit dance, now attending Georgetown University nt Washington. D. O, are expected to be in Miami about June 15th to visit their many friends. Both are honorary members of Sioga. Tlifl NOTES Mr. and Mrs. A. Mensh returned to this city after an extended wedding trip to New York. The couple are staying with Mrs. Mensh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Peckctt. The Junior Hadassah nil! luncheon at which time Miss Ida Gordon of Liminster, MASS.. is visiting her aunts, Mrs. Bertha Cohen and Miss Doris Mngid. Mrs. L. Simovitz lefet recently for New York where she will visit. Mr. ond Mrs. L. Rutkin returned to their home after an extended visit in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perlman and Mrs. Fred Perlman went by airplane to New York recently. Mrs. Fred Perlman will join her husband in New York. Miami Bench and Sherwood Levine. clarinets; Norton Pallot and Alvin Chain, trumpets and Howard Levine French horn. The Habanoth will purchase a gift for the synagogue with the funds obtained from the sale of tickets and the raffle of a compact won successively by Mr. Max Feit, Mr Joseph Rose and Mr. M. Moss. The nnbannth held their last gettogether of their first season nt Smiths pool .on Thursday at a Reach pool party sponsored by Mrs. Mescheloff YOUNG MEN'S GROUP The closing Sunday morning Min.vnn snd breakfast was held by the Young Men's Group last Sunday morning at which a large attendance '•">k part in the service and the breakfast served by the Sisterhood with Mrs. S. Resvenick and R. H. London serving as hostesses. Mrs. M. Mamches served special cakes to the boys. Refore the conclusion of the menl! Sidney Resvenick presented Rabbi ||, Mescheloff, the lender of this group, with a beautiful silver candy tray fittingly engrnved in the name of the organization. HEBREW SCHOOL At a meeting of the Board of Education held this week, plans for the numemr sessions of our school were approved. The hours will all be in the morning, the curriculum will be both thorough and interesting. A new beginner's class is in formation, number of new pupils having registered. This beginner's class will hold its first session Tuesday rooming at I) :00 o'clock in room number 8 in the Talmud Torah building. Parents of children of public school age who have not yet entered a Hebrew School are asked to enroll theem at that time. Miss S. Shpall, our new assistant teacher, will conduct all Hebrew School classes during the vacation of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Slgmund Weil nnd her mother, Mrs. Sarah Dunson left for Atlanta where Mrs. Weil and Mrs. Dnnson will visit relatives. Mr. Weil will go to Alabama and other points on business. Congratulation* to Miss Audrey Maas. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, a student at the Mojove Webster School in Washington, whose theme, "The Discovery and Growth of the City of Tampn," recently won an A-plus rating. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Kotler entertained at a graduation donee last Tuesday, honoring their young daughter, Lucile Kotler. who graduated from Woodrow Wilson, nt the Davis Islands Country Club. About 200 guests attended. Assisting in chaperoning were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rosenthnl. Miss Vera Mae Westmoreland and Miss Mollie Rergman. mi c1 hi for the coming year will |„. ... M| They are: president, Mrs. Dave pL* nan; first vice-president, Mi | f u ", Finman; second vice-presii, \| ry Nathan Poller; treasurer. M-. -" Juster; corresponding secretory. M r Manuel Rnchman and recoi r nj, retnry, Miss Florence Abi imovlt. The committee chairmen ^,-' Raye Freeman, publicity: Mi T„ nUj Silverman, membership: Mi n Horn, financial; Mrs. Nntli I\,|l, r cultural; Mrs. Nathan Lm-.lusic" Mrs. Jay Markowirs. Jewish Vatfana) Fund: Mrs. Oscar Verkanf. -octal; Mrs. Louis Buchman, hospitality and Miss Ruth Simon, Palest.,,. To, board members are: Mrs. J ; Enables, Miss Elisabeth Ahratnov • \[j, s Helen Aronovits, Mrs. Al V,. ., nml Mrs. Russel Bernbeim. Arrangements have been for the Y. M. H. A. annu.. which will be held at Tempi. on Sunday. June 12. Garni indulged in as well as atlf eluding numerous events for nnd diamond-ball for the sen! juniors. Refreshments will nished. The committee in eh eludes: Mrs. I. Segall. MrIHetcd ;>icnie I 'rroee ;l! be inil'lren and %  furrge inA. II. Officers for the coming year were elected at a meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Temple Rodoph Sholom held at the Temple Thursday. Mrs. A. M. Wolfson was elected president; Mrs. I. Salsbury, first vice-president; Mrs. T. Gotler. second vice-president; Mrs. M. Rennett, corresponding secretary ;. Mrs. Fred Perlman. recording secretary nnd Mrs. M. Stein, treasurer. Officers will be installed at the annual luncheon June 2nd at the Hotel Floridan. Those in charge of arrangements for this affair include Mrs. I. Salsbury, chairman; Mrs. M. Stein. Mrs. A. R. Rurger. Mrs. Perlmnn, Mrs. Joe Wohl, Mrs. I. Wohl and Mrs. Wolfson. *^_ Sain Verknuf nnd Oscar Finmnn. two members of the Merry Fellows Club, were entertained at n watermelon cutting giveen by the club nt the Y. M. H. A. building. Those on the committee of orrnngements were Messrs. Simon Schwartz, Nathan Roller nnd Milton Rokor. The Tampa Chapter Junior Hadassah held their annual fnrmnl donor dinner dance Thursday night at the Hotel Floridan i n the crystal room A hug,. rrowi wns pr)Wnt and th(i program was as follows: Invocation l..v Rabbi Adolph Rurger; greetings by Miss Moiiie Bergman; toast mistress; songs by nadassah members, accompanied on the piano by Mrs Nathan Lutz; address by Mrs. Dave I"n..nn president; piano selections by I rofessor Davidoff; dance bv Miss Jo S ce L„u accompanied on the piano b.v her mother, Mrs. N. Luts; address The Romance of a People" by the guest speaker. Rabbi Morris A. Shop, or Orlando; song "Hatlkvah" was >>ng by Hadassah member* and guests acoempanied by Mrs. Lute and the benediction was read by Rabbi David L. Zielonka. Wolfson, Mrs. H. Peckett. V. .. Jo Abramovitz, Mrs. Leo Oharrlfcn! Mrs. H. A. Jenkins. Mrs. I. Abminnvits, Dr. J. Leon Schwarts, A. M. Wolfson, B. J. Finman. Ike Bet Mr. nnd Mrs. Jay Markowitz. Juli :Silverman and Sidney Linker. 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PAGE SIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY JUNE 3, igg CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi 1029 N. W. M Street Office Phone 2-W73 Home Phone 2-217S LOUIS HAYMAN. Exec. Sec. 1*9 N. w. sth Street Phone 2-5574 SIIEVI'OS CELEBRATION Sbevooa "r the "Feast of Weeks" will bo ushered in at Roth Pavid Synagogue Saturday evening at tnadown. Tho "Feast of Weeks" commemorates the Riving of tho Torah on lit Sinai. It is also the time at which tho 'Rikkarim" or tho newly ripened fraita were brought to tho Temple by nil Israel, it is. ^therefore, customary to decorate tho synagogue and tho homo with flowers and plants. On tho seeond day. Memorial Serricee (Haskoras Xiebomoe) aro hold. Because of t~ significance in connection with tho period of tho harvest, tho hcantifnl book of Ruth, containing a romance of tho ban-eat days during tho period In which lerael Hved In Palestine, is road. Rabbi M.i\ Shapiro will conduct 'I" Shevuos -. n IA i and Cantor Louis Rajman will chant tho traditional, litnrttic melodies. Daring tho services the first day. Sunday at 0 SO, Rabbi Shapiro will preach In Yiddish on the subject: "Oar Ever-Living Past Preceding the Tiecor" or Mei orial Services." Monday at 0:"t) \ M Rabbi Shapiro will speak In English on the subject: "Tears or Smi'i v" CONGREGATIONAL PINNER AND ANNUAL MEETING Wo fully realize that you. members I Beth l Vivid, are extremely occupied with your bnainess affairs throughout tho year and find it Impossible to attend congregational • i rings : but surely yon can find sufficient time to attend (at least) "tho Annual Congregational Mooting" to be hold Wednesday evening. .Tune S fit the Roth Pavid Talmud Torah. A nner It •' %  :80 p. m.. will precede the • tine and yon are asked to accept serration at no charge to yon. It Will be the Congregation's treat. Remember: even though you are financially active in tho congregation which to all appearances is highly ommendaUe, yet wo fool that there a certain superficiality when you • absent yourself from the annual wetting where matters of vital j m penance aro dil .--• | Come and participate in tho discusCome and listen to the annual roid financial report Important matters pertaining to th( welfan of oat institution will be %  ral Beth David and attend! T>-t us tee yon Wednesday evening. • si, ar In e Congregational Pinand Annual Meeting at the Tal%  •] Torsb. CLOSING EXERCISES At the c'.osing exercises held last Sunday morning beautiful gifts were I resented to the winners of the games held at our annual picnic. Mr. Sidney Palmer donated the gifts and was in charge of all presentations. Prises were awarded to the honor students of our classes. The followiDg won first, second and third prises. Class 1 : Mrs R. N'cwhcrg. tescher: Marvin Mack and Snnya Pallot. Class 2: Era Wemicoff. teacher: Alicia Galkis. Buddy Weissel snd Bornsrd Rosenthal. Class 3: Shirley Pepper, tescher: Lucille Gold and Myron Solomon. CJhtk 4A : Rose Publer. teacher: Marilyn Cohen. Dolores Spitser and Albert Kahn. Cla4A-2: Jeanette Kronenfeld. teacher: Pavid Silver. Jacky Rosen and Lotey Friedman. Class .'.A -Evelyn Auslander. teachor: Irene Jacobs. Rosetts Kline and Norma Haas. Class SA-2: Ethel Tont. teacher: Sylvia Shapiro and Hershel Rosonthsl Class 6: Miriam Wrintrauh. teachJ or: Muriel Auslander and Joe Solomon. Class 7: Mis. A. Rolfor. tescher: Sunshine Pagan. Esther Argintar and Tholraa Base. Post Confirmation Class: Bobbie Reanicfc and Nanette Cohen. Expressions ,.f ,|oop gratitude to the teachers of our institution and the superintendent. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz were made during the Confirmation exorcises hold that evening in the By' TO BRING VISITORS j CAMPAIGN BEGUN •Send i Summer-gram," the slogan of the campaign which was originated a year ago tu Increase summer tourist business In Florida, is being advertised again this year, aco riling to IT. II. Ilyman. division manager for the Florida Power and Light Company. Attractive picture post cards have boon printed, the cards showing interesting scenes of Florida, calculated to stimulate interest in Florida as a summer vacation land. A space is provided on the back of each card for a personal message. The now cards are of regulation size, printed in black and green. "This year's campaign should be even more successful than the one a year ago." said Mr. Ilyman. "Last year we were more or less pioneering and the idea of spending a summer >. nation in Florida was novel to many of I hose who received the cards in tlier states. The momentum gained a ness wore received from many sources at the close of tho campaign. The local office of the Florida Power and Llghl Company has received %  lame supply of the cards and they are now available for distribution. As was the procedure a year ago. customers may obtain the cards at the company offices, add a personal message of invitation and the company will pay the postage on all out Of siate cards mailed at the office. The cards are not being sent to long will mean something if tho proper public co-operation is enlisted and judging from our experience of a year mailing lists. "We feel thaf n card sent to someone personally known by n Floridian will have more weight," said Mr. Ilyman. "These invitations ago. this support will be forthcoming." T.ast year's campaign received widespread support from newspapers, radio stations, business and commercial institutions, civic clubs and civic leaders as well as other residents. Supporting the campaign will be a series of newspapers advertisements. rehearsing some of Florida's s„ min time advantages and urging eus,^ to avail themselves of the oppottaT to increase summer tourist businJ in their communities. Radio pm sra will be presented over sUtlom | n j? oral key cities. Billboards, i n ^" cards and window displays a||| a i* be utilized in the campaign. The Jewiah interest |„ „„ Hic ^ as participants and as patrons hi, long been rucognized. Thus the ,„„,. poser Richard Strauss ,,„,.,. ^^^ "How can I be Snti-Setiii ;,. W |, eB j know thut without our Jewish friend, all our opera-houses and concert halls would be more than half empt/P w. MAR KUT I'uRSf PHONE3-413; — I •-.... — -..in-ii i< ,, i (fin ^ ill (11*41 (| nagOgtie. It was Indeed gratifying to year ago should stand us in good -lead see the marvelous cooperation of the teacher* throughout the year. They came religionary every Sunday and without thought of compensation, worked assiduously toward the spiritual and moral upbuilding of our ohilren, Tokens of appreciation were presented to them and to the members of our choir, RABIN'S COMMENT Rabbi Max Shapiro will leave for his annual vacation Monday. June I3th. Anyone desiring consultation with the Rabbi please communicate with him before the date mentioned. The Rabbi will be in Ins office every this year ami repetition of tho Invitation should bear oven greater results." A year ago. Florida communities mailed nearly I'fKi.OOO of those cards and report! of increased summer busimorning from 8:80 to 11:00 and every afternoon from .1 :(K) to 0 ;JJ -*" %  *] • cramming for Beams? J T MAY take a lot of dry reading to defeat Old Man Exams. But there's no need to put up with "DRY" smokes, too. For freshness the morning-after, stick to ever fresh, never dry or soggy. Old Golds. To start with. Old Gold is made only of the choicest domestic and Turkish leaf; selected for exceptional smoothness. This leaf is aged extra long in oaken casks for that distinctive Old Gold Double-Mellow charm. To make sure the full, rich flavor reaches you FACTORY-FRESH, we wrap every pack of Old Golds in a stale-proof, double Cellophane package. You can't buy, beg or borrow a stale Old Gold. S. Qt ^ ^ ~* S! m o. Old GoW. HoUrwood Sc^o^coo^ ^Ibmssiftm. rife* Gohm*,. N„wo,k. c.,^ &ERFRESH Old Golds give you finer FRESHER FUuw V ETery pack wrapped la two jackets of Cello' iph.ne; the OUTER ptcket opens from tb BOTTOMi ggaggmmggga


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Miami, Fla
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June 3, 1938

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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^Jewish Floiridli& m
Qsamm. Tlhe JhewUslh lUmBlty
[VOLUME 11.NUMBER 22.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENT8
WILL SPEAK HERE
Rev. R. Z. Tyler, pastor of the
Trinity M. E. Churcli. South, will be
i lie guest speaker at the last cultural
meeting of the current season spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Zionist
District on next Tuesday, June 7th.
nt 8:00 o'clock in Beth David Syna-
gogue, His subject will be "Rights of
Minority Groups." Known as a very
forceful and interesting- speaker, the
address of Rev. Tyler will present in
an effective manner, all sides of this
nil interesting problem of today. Can-
tors Maurice Mamehes ami Louis
1 layman will chant and the Jewish or-
cheatra under the direction of A.
Bramsnn will be heard in several num-
bers. The public is invited to attend.
PLOTZ DISCOVERS
VIRUS OF MEASLES
Paris (WNS) Dr. Harry Plots,
American Jewish physician who dis-
covered ami isidated the typhus germ
"n 1014 when he was a 24-year old
interne at 1ft, Sinai Hospital in New
York, has discovered the virus which
a uses measles, he revealed in a paper
ireamttd to the French Academy of
Medicine. Dr. Plots, who is laboratory
chief of the Pasteur Institute in
1'nris. said he had been able to culti-
vate the measles virus. He is now at
work on a vaccine to prevent the
disease.
POLAND IS NOT
BOUND BY PARTY
Warsaw (WNS)The government
I* not bound by the decision of the
I'amp of National 1'nity. government
party, whose national council read
Poland's 8,0000,000 Jews out of the
country's economic and cultural life
by demanding legislative measures to
force Jewish emigration and to elimi-
nate Jews from trade, industry and
culture, Premier Felic Slawjo-Sklad-
owski assured the Jewish members of
the Chamber of Deputies. Isaac Ruh-
ensteein, Emil Sommerstein and Leih
Minezherg. when they called on him
i" obtain a clarification of the party's
ict ion. The Premier told them the
government's attitude toward the
Jews would continue to be based on
constitution which guaranteees equal
lights to Jews.
Despite this assurance, however,
the Jewish Deputies Club, issued a
statement pledging itself to combat
very attempt to introduce anti-Jew-
ish legislation "predicated on alien
models an dbased on the ideology of
brute force." Replying to the resolu-
tion of the Camp of National Unity,
ilie Jewish Deputies Club warned that
the Jewish population would not cap-
itulate to lawlessness and would not
surrender its rights and the possibil-
ities of a social, economic and cul-
tural life but would fight for equality
and tho maintenance of constitutional
rights in letter and spirit.
JEWISH WORKERS
NAME PRESIDENT
Washington. D. C, (WNS)Dr. Jos-
eph J. Schwartz, executive director of
the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish
Charities, was elected president of the
National Conference of Jewish Social
Welfare at the close of its .10th an-
nual meeting. He succeeds Harry
QreensteJn, executive director of tlie
Associated Jewish Charities of Balti-
more. He is i graduate of Yeshiva
College and holds a Ph. D. in Semitic
languages from Vale University. From
1990 to 1928 he held a Sterling Re-
search Fellowship at Yale and taught
English anil Government at the Amer-
ican University in Cairo from 1028
to 1020.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Scotland Church
Renews Portest
Edinburgh (WNSIThe General
Assembly Of the Church of Scotland
went on rccoTtl-AS^auuh'lUJUV^jjiu^r;
cation of jews in European lands with
the adoption by its general assembly
of a resolution declaring "we renew
protests against the virulence and
cruelty of attacks against the helpless
Jewish minorities in Central and
Eastern Europe and affirm the con-
viction that no church can be at the
same time truly Christian and anti-
Semitic."
I. M. H. L ELECTS
OFFICERS
200 JEWISH HOUSEWIVES
ARRESTED IN VIENNA
Vienna (WNS)Two hundred Jew-
ish housewives who were arrested to-
gether with more than 1.000 other
housewives for creating an uproar at
Vienna's public market over the short-
age of food are being charged with in-
citing the non-Jewish women to dis-
order.
ANTI-SEMITE IS
SENT TO PRISON
Bucharest fJVJJfl)Cornelln Zealrn
Codreanu, Ronmania's would-be Hit-
ler and for 1."> years the terror of the
country's Jewish population was found
guilty of high treason by a military
tribunal ami sentenced to ten years of
forced labor and subsequent loss of
civil rights for seven years.
The conviction and sentence climax-
ed a trial in which the government
had presented evidence proving that
Codrenau had not only plotted to
overthrow the Carol regime hut hail
unlawfully possessed and published
state secrets, conspired with the Nazis
to make Roumania a vassal state of
Germany and had organised and main-
tained illegal and armed military
groups. The trial was an outgrowth
of an abortive coup d'etat last April
when Codrenau and more than IBM
of his followeres were arrested.
Codrenau has been the advocate of
violent anti-Semitism ever since 102:!
when he murdered the prefect of Jassy
hecause of the arrest of a, number of
students charged with anti-Semitic
outrages at Jassy University. Cod-
renau has been the leader of the anti-
Jewish organization. Leeague of the
Archangel Michael, later re-name.l the
Iron Guard. He was responsible for
the assassination of Premier Ton
Duoa in 10.1.1 because of his opposi-
tion to anti-Semitism.
With several bmu!rl4*me5>berl '"
attendance last Wednesday liTglil '?.'
the Young Men's Hebrew Association
annual meeting, officers were elected
for the coining year. Those named
are: Milton A. Friedman, president;
Al. Grossman, vice-president; Dr.
Harold Band, secretary : Nat Blum-
berg, treasurer. Members of the
Hoard of Directors chosen for a three
year term are K. Alliert Pallot and
Harry Schwartz. Chosen for a two
year term are Dr. Samuel Beckman :
for a one year term Dr. Milton Sas-
law. Leon Lieberman. Dr. Barney
Weink'c. Manny Teitler ami Han\\
Gordon, The officers will be Installed
at the Installation mid diamond ball
dance at the Civic Center next Wed-
nesday evening. June 8th. beginning
at 0:00 o'clock to which the entire
community is invited.
Officers named have been active In
local communal affairs and in the
affairs of the Y for a long number of
rears. Mr. Friedman was vice-pres-
ident of the Y and is now secretary
of the Miami B'nSi B'rith Lodge.
Palestine Status
Is Protected
London (WNSPalcor Agency)
No change in the status of the Pales-
tine Mandate was involved in the
British-Italian agreement recently
concluded, the House of Commons
was assured by R. A. Butler. Parlia-
mentary Undersecretary for Foreign
Affairs. The question was raised by
Geoffrey Mander. who asked whether
the pact, which included indirect ref-
erence to Palestine, constituted a var-
iation or termination of the Palestine
Mandate by constitutional means, or
whether it referred to the procedure
of the League or contemplates other
machinery for Palestine's administra-
tion than is now in existence. There
was no particular procedure agreed
FEDERATION TO
BE SUBMITTED
Plans for the formation of a Great-
er Miami Federation of Jewish Wel-
fare Funds will be submitted to a
mass meeting of the residents of this
area on Sunday evening. June 12th
at 8:1." o'clock at Temple Israel. One
of the most prominent speakers and
authorities on Federation problems
will address the meeting. Every adult
organization in Greater Miami will be
represented by three delegates each
awl six alternates who will sit in a
special reserved section. The Provis-
ional Committee will offer a tentative
plan and explain the proposed organ-
ization which will then be submitted
to the entire meeting for a full and
free discussion in all of its details.
Stress is being laid by the members
of the Provisional Committee that it
desires the expression of the will of
the people in this important matter.
Every Jew and Jewess in the area is
extended an" urgent invitation to at-
tend.
to. he was told by Mr. Butler, who
added that none had been discussed.
"The effect of the Articles of the
League preclude the termination or
modification of the Mandate without
the consent of the Council. The Brit-
ish Government will consult the
League before any action is taken."
be eoaeluded.
BRITH CONVENTION'HPPRQ.ES
TO
$500 IS APPROPRIATED FOR
BEGINNING OP WORK
TO FIGHT NAZI
PROPAGANDA IN
THIS AREA
With ninety three delegates and
more than two hundred visitors at-
tending, the Fifth District Grand
Lodge til its annual convention at
Orlando last Sunday and Monthly.
Headquarters of the convention were
at the San Juan Hotel.
Sessions began Sunday morning
with the presentation of reports by
Hyman S. Jacobs, president, Maier
Triest, secretary, and William A.
Goodheart. treasurer. The By-laws.
Student I'nion. Anti-Defamation, Cul-
tural and Program committees were
announced. Judge Hy. Roth of Orlan-
do welcomed the delegates anil intrn-
duced Mayor vWTy"*oi W^?.'"'"- who
extended a we'eome on behalf of tin
city ;. Barney J. Cohen, president of
the Orlando Lodge spoke. Response
was made by Harry Adelberg. first
vice-president of the District. Fol-
lowing the business session the dele-
gates mid visitors were guests of tin
Orlando Lodge at a luncheon in the
Angebilt Hotel. Judge H. N. Roth
was tnastmaster and the invocation
was given by Rabbi Zivlonka of Tain-
pa. Among1 those who spoke were
Isaac Levin of Miami. Delegates from
many cities were introduced during
the luncheon. A feature of the lun-
cheon was the singing by the Miami
Lodge Glee Club, led by Leo Eisen-
stein, Philip Berkowits of Miami
sang a solo with the Glee Club Join-
ing in the chorus.
The second session listened to num-
erous business reports and discussion
of Wider Scope work in th" District
and throughout the area. Report of
the work of the Hillel Foundation at
the University of North Carolina was
presented by Sidney Stern of North
Carolina) delegates from the District
to the Supreme Lodge of the Order.
A rc|>ort of the Atlanta Orphan Home
was presented. While the business
session was in progress, all visiting
ladiese were the guests of thcOi-lando
Ladies Auxiliary in a sightsseeing
tour and at a beautiful tea in the
Orlando Country Club.
Sunday evening Judge M. Henry
Cohen of Tampa presided at the cul-
tural meeting at wh'ich Hyman S.
Jacobs, president of the District.
Rabbi Max Schweifel. Zionist leader
of New York and Rahbi William
Grecnberg of North Carolina were the
speakers. The Charleston, S. C. De-
gree team held initiation ceremonies
at which a large class of members
were inducted to the Orlando Lodge.
Monday morning all secretaries of
the Order's Lodges were the guests
of Maier Triest the District's secre-
tary at a breakfast Business ses-
sions heard reports of committees and
numerous resolutions of importance
to the Order were adopted. The men
were served luncheon in the Sun Juan
Hotel while the ladies were guests of
the Orlando Ladies Auxiliary at a
luncheon in the Orlando Country Club
and there witnessed installation of
officers of the Orlando Auxiliary.
Features were the address of Mrs.
Nat Berman, president of the Auxil-
iary. Mrs. Jos. Fromherg of Wash-
ington. D. Cm and other visitors.
In the afternoon the Budget Com-
mittee presented its report and precip-
itated the most important discussion
of the Convention. Mr. Loweys of
Atlanta, chairman of the Budget
Committee, presented the report of
the majority of the committee and
Mr. Harry Simonhoff of Miami pre-
sented the minority report. Speak-
ing for the majority were Judge Sid-
ney J. Stern of Greensboro. N. C,
William A. Goodheart of Baltimore,
Stephen Kohiffcr of Atlanta, and Mr.
Armand May. president of the At-
lanta Orphan Home. Mr. J. L. Sho-
chet of Miami argued for the adop-
tion of the minority report. The min-
ority report was adopted with but
two dissenting votes. As n result
the sum of five hundred dollars was]
voted for Anti-Defamation work in
the District to be administered under
the direction of the Anti-Defamation
Committee of the District: thirteen
hundred and fifty dollars for Jewish
Student I'nion Activities; two hun-
dred and fifty dollars for the Leo N.
Levi Memorial Hospital : three hun-
!'"/,";'".dollars for the planting of two
", "i*.. tlp Pi-n Rubinow
hundred trees in il.....*, ..; Nt,,t..,,.
Memorial Forest in Palestine and t.....
hundred and fifty dollars for A. 7,.
A. work in the District.
Election of Officers followed and
resulted in the unanimous election of
Harry Adelberg of Baltimore as pres-
ident: Alvin S. Kan us of Asheville,
N. C, first vice-president; Isaac Lev-
in of Miami, 2nd vice-president ; Ed-
ward Rosenldum of Washington. Srd
vice-president ; Maier Triest of Char-
leston, secretary and Hyman S. Jac-
obs of Atlanta treasurer. Members of
the general committee chosen were
Emaiiuel Lewis of Savannah. Jesse
Fine of Baltimore, Abe Shefferman
of Washington. Moses Shapiro of
Winston-Salem. N. C.. and Julius
Fisher of Ronoake. Va.. and Rabbi
Samuel Shulman. During the after-
noon session Memorial services were
held with Rabbi William Grecnberg
and Cantor Leshinsky officiating.
Leo Eisenstein of Miami was nam-
ed one of the three representatives
of the District to the Board of tho
Leo N. Levy Memorial Hospital.
Following the installation of the
officers hy Judge Joseph Fromberg
of Washington, a past president of
the District the Convention was ad-
journed. At night a banquet and
dance was held at the Orlando Coun-
try Club with Barney J. Cohen of
Orlando as the toastmaster. Presi-
dents of the State Federations spoke
briefly.
The principal addresses of tho
evening were given by Commander
Comer of the Florida Department of
the American Legion and Rabbi Lef-
kowitz of Richmond, Va. Comman-
der Comer in one of the most stirring
addresses of the entire Convention ap-
pealed for the protection of the prin-
ciples of American Democracy, tho
right of free speech and press, and tho
untrammelled right to follow the dic-
tates of his own religion. He con-
demned vigoriously those who camo-
to this country trying to destroy dem-
ocracy with totalitarian ideas an-f
isms of every kind. As he concluded
the entire audience rose and applaud-
ed for more than five minutes. Danc-
ing; followed the banquet.
NOTE
Due to the illness of Ludwig Lew-
isohn, we are omitting the regular
weekly article of The World's Win-
dow, which we hope will appear in
our next issue.



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN^
FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1938
ELECTED TO OFFICE
At the convention held in St. Pet-
enfbtug on Muy 28Ui to May 30th,
Mrs. Uolilie Elman was elected secre-
tary-treasurer of the Women's Auxi-
liary to the National Federation of
POal Office Clerks. Her husband, Mr.
William Elman. has been associated
with the Post Office in Miami for
many years, i

"JEWISH AGE"
id BE SUBJECT
"Philo-Judeas laid the stamp of his
thinking on early Christian thought
and Solomon ibn Cabirol influenced
greatly Christian Scholasticism of the
thirteenth century." Dr. A. Wolfson
told the 2.1rd session of the Spinoza
Oroup last Saturday afternoon. This
waa the first of a series of six lectures
on the "Golden Age of the Spanish
Jowa." Mr. Daniel Lawrence rend
Several selections from Dr. Ginsberg's
book.on Jewish literature. Sonya
Rojrart snug several Jewish songs. Mr.
Daniel Lawrence led community sing-
ing. Next Saturday afternoon the
Group will meet again at 2:30 p. m.,
on the lawn of 1050 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson will give
the second leeturc on the "Jewish Gol-
den Age." discussing particularly, Ab-
raham Ibn Ezra. Moses ibn Ezra and
Ai-riuu-ui.

LEAVES FOR NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sohiff and
daughter. Helnn. left the city for New
York, where they will visit relatives
and friends. They will return to Mi-
ami In the fall. Dpon Mr. Sehiff's
return lie will make a grand opening
"f his new store at 1000 Lenox Ave-
..

LEAVES FOR SITMMER
HOME
'w -. Samuel Gnrss, filfi West 51st
Street. Miami Reach, has left for her
siinimer home at Avon Lake. Ohio, ao-
romnantod by her grand-daughter.
Barbara Jane Lewis, and they will
visit relatives and friends in Washing-
ton, Youngstown and Cleveland. Ohio.
They will return to the city for the
winter season.
t
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
hold a regular meeting on Tuesday
evening. June 7th at 8:15 p. m., and
all members are urged to attend as
important business will be transacted.

MOVE INTO NEW
RESIDENCE
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rlumberg an-
nounce they have moved to their new
residence at 1420 S. W. First Street.
where they will be pleased to greet
their friends.

ORADUATES FROM
I". OF FLORIDA
Tke Gordon, wn of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Gordon, was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Florida this week where ho
has completed a three year course iu
business administration. While a stu-
dent there Ike was active in the ath-
letic and social circles.
VETERANS HOLD
SERVICES
The Freda Markowitz Post of the
Jewish War Veterans participated in
the parade and services held in Bay.-
front Park Memorial Day. After ser-
vices in the park the Post went to
Little Arlington to aid in the dedica-
tion of the new cemetery, after which
they proceeded to the Jewish section
of the Woodlawn Cemetery where
pecial services were held at the graves
of four Jewish War Veterans, begin-
ning at the grave of the late Harry
I. Lipton. Taking part in the services
were Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan and
Moses Mescheloff. Commander H. H.
Fnrr. Senior Vice-Commander Harry
Markowitz. Junior Viec-Commander
Abe S. Goldmu and Adjutant Eu-
gene J. Weiss and the following mem-
bers: Harry Rosenlhal, Pol. Sid Pal-
mer. Henry Rosen of Hollywood, A.
Halmes, J. Fsanu. Benj. Iscowitz.
Sam Goldstein, Leo Pass, Lewis Auer-
bach. .lark August. Hyman A. Stein,
Sam W. Alpert, Louis nayman. Er-
in ~t Benson. Attending were the
members of fix I.ipion family, Joe
and Sam and the widow, Mrs. E. S.
Lipton.
Twenty members of the Post com-
prised section 33 in the search for the
Cash boy at Princeton. Florida, who
was kidnapped last Saturday.
TO VISIT IN
NORTH
Mrs. Jack Hirsch and son Selig left
Thursday morning by auto with her
brother Mr. A. Fishman. his son, and
his brother-in-law, Mr. Ed Siegal for
New York where she will visit rela-
tives and friends. Mrs. Hirsch will
remain there for several weeks after
which she will return to the citv.
BOAT RIDE IS
SPONSORED
The Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women is sponsor-
ing n boat ride on Tuesday evening,
June 21st on the Seven Seas for the
benefit of the German Children's Aid
Fund of the National Council of Jew-
ish Women. Full dclails will nppear
in our next issue.
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DAl'MELEVINE MARRIAGE
NUPTIALS TO BE PERFORMED
The wedding of Miss Kosnlyn Daum
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Damn, to Victor LcVine, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel LeViue of New Tork
will take place Sunday evening. June
12 at the Park Central Hotel. Ocean
Drive ami Seventh Street, Miami
Beach, with Rabbi Max Shapiro offi-
ciating at the ceremony and Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellnw also attending.
The brirlc wiH 1)8 attended by Miss
Sylvia Fciga of West Palm Beach as
maid of honor, Mrs, Helen Schwartz.
ft-- .:>? sister of the bride as matron of honor.
Abe Kaplan as best man and Miss
Rose Dubler and Miss Blanche Roth-
stein of West Palm Beach as brides-
maids. Mrs. Sadye Resnick will sing
"I Love You Truly" and "Oh Promise
Me" at the ceremony and music will
be furnished by the University of Mi-
ami orchestra. A reception will fol-
low immediately after the ceremony
at the hotel. No invitations are being
issued and all friends arc cordially
invited to attend.

OFFICERS ARE
ELECTED
At the annual meeting of the Sis-
terhood of Chcsed Shel Ernes the fol-
lowing were named for the coming
year. Mrs. Isldor Cohen was unani-
mously re-elected for the fifth con-
secutive term; Mrs. T. Rosongarten.
1st vice-president: Mrs. Chas. Gold-
stein. 2nd vice-president j Mrs. Mollie
A"re. 3rd vice-president: Mrs. Harry
Olii.hant recordin gsecretary : Mrs.
So.lve G. Rose, financial secretary:
Mis. S. Stone, treasurer: Mrs. Morris
Dubler auditor. Presenting the slate
were the nominating committee com-
posed of Mcsdamcs Morris Dubler. M.
Badnnns. Nathan Pritzker. Chas. Gold-
stein and William Clein. Officers
"ill be installed at a dinner, detail*
of which will anpear in an early lane.

GRADUATES at
I'VIVERSITY
Bernard A. Frank, son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Morris B. Frank, long time resi-
dents and active communal workers,
received his law degree at the com-
mencement exercises at the University
of Miami last Monday night. At th
Cniversity Bernard was one of its
outstanding athletes and represented
the Cniversity on its tennis team for
the past three years. He will soon
announce his association with one of
the most prominent law firms of this
area.

LEAVES FOR VACATION
Mrs. A. Kaplan of this city left for
a visit to New Jersey to visit her snn
and will remain their for about a
month.I
RETURNS FROM
BUSINESS TRIP
Mi. Harry Markowitz. president of
UarkoWitJ & Resnick, plumbing con-
tractors, returned to the city after a
ten day business trip to New York
and other Eastern cities.

ON VISIT HERE
Jujfcc Jesse' Fin?, ne of the, police
MngjMralfcs of Baltimore, Md., and a
n?mrwr' of the ccsejal eommitUe of
[fefriet GnMid Jiodgr- No. "V-rn-JtoU-
ning at the President Hotel foV-sV-"'
eral days following lib) attendance at
the Orlando *B'nai B'rith Convention.
RETURN FROM
OAINESVILLE
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Seitlin return-
ed to the city from Gainesville where
they attended the graduation of their
son. Robert Louis, from the Univer-
sity of Florida with a Bachelor of
Science degree. While a student at
the University for the pnst four years
Robert has won many honors in the.
athletic circle nnd was also active in
the social circles.

TO HOLD
TARD PARTY
The Pioneer Women's Organization
of Greater Miami will inaugurate the
summer season of activity with a card
party on Sunday evening, June 12 at
8 :00 p. m.. on the lawn of the home
of Mrs. Pauline Rubin. 820 Second
Street, Miami Beach for the benefit
of the Chalutzim in Palestine. In
charge of arrangements are Mrs.
Handel. Mrs. Pauline Knopp and
Mrs. Pauline Rubin who will act as
hostesses during the evening. Admis-
sion charged will be fifty cents per
couple and the public is invited to
attend.
.
ELECTED TO HONOR
FRATERNITY
Frederick Lewis Bulbin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Bulbin, has been
elected to the Phi Eta Sigma, national
honor fraternity at Georgia Tech.
Fred, who graduated from Miami
senior high school a year ago. is a
freshman in chemical engineering at
the Georgia institution.
8COUT8 PLAN
ACTIVITIES
Boy Scout Troop 6, sponsored by
the Y. M. H. A., held a meeting on
May 10th at the Y, where important
business was transacted after winch
the Pine Tree, Allgator and Pantket
Patrols presented sl/ort skits. .\ prn.
gram of physical development fir the
Scouts was announced by Kilmer Spec-
tor and the Pino Tree Patrol received
the first lesson under the dlrec'onhlp
of Elmer Spector and Irving (line,
burg, while the other Battob) nnten-
tained themselves. Paul Safer was
appointed as the new troop scribe in
place of Melvin Green who is leaving
for the summer. Instead of the re.
tiler meeting to have been held last
Thursday night a beach pariy wa
planned but due to inclement weather
the party was held on the empty T
lot nhdjefteshments and anent.Train-
ing program was presented.
*
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
TO BE HELD
At the next meeting Tuesday. .Tuns
7th. the Young Women's Hebrew As-
sociation will hold their annual elec-
tion of officers. After the. I
meeting a social hour will follcw and
refreshments served. All members and
friends are urged to be pre-. at
this meeting.

RETURNS FROM
COLLEGE
Miss Rosalind Friedman, di
of Mr. nnd Mrs. William F)
returned to the city from, the '
slty of Alabama where she is an nor
student, having been admitted to Al-
pha Lambda Delta, national hi
scholastic society for women. i'rv-
ious to her return. Rosalind spent two
weeks in Birminghnma nd
visiting relntives and friends.
MIAMIAN CHOSEN
PRESIDENT
Peritz Scheinberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg of this city,
who is a student at Emory TJnii rsitj
was elected president ofthe' Eta Sig-
ma Phi, honorary society at tb Cni-
versity and president of the Emory
Junior College Debate Forum for
1038-1939.
As a rule for general conduct the
Tnlmud has the following to offer:
"A man should always give the W
answer that turns away wrath, in-
creasing peace with his brethr. i and
relatives and with all men, even th*
heathen in the street, so that he may
be beloved of God and man."
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handball, volleyball and tennis courts
available to the entire membership.
3. Redecorate and remodel former
billiard rooms for meeting place suit-
able to our own Y. W. H. A., Junior
"Y"' or any other worthwhile group
that would have need for same.
4. Jointly plan a greater Miami
membership drive semi-annually col-
laborating with the Y. W. and Junior
"Y" and increase the 10.000 or more
Jewish population of this area as-
members.
5. The formation of a club con-
sisting of the presiding officers of
every Jewish organization in the
Greater Miami area.
I in.!.| like very much to receive
an expression from you readers as to
what you desire accomplished at the
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
FRIDAY, JUNE 3,1938
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 22.
FACING THE REALITIES
i
The sooner we face the utter realities of conditions affect-
ing us today, that much earlier will we have arrived at a solu-
tion to this tremendous problem.
We have just returned from the B'nai B'rith Convention
of the Fifth District held at Orlando and are gratified to know
that some of the best minds of more than eight states met the
issue in true Jewish and American manner.
The issue of Nasi and anti-Semitic activities in this coun-
try must not be lightly considered, though we need not at th s
time be unduly alarmed. We must profit by the lessons taught
us by Germany where our brethren sat idly by, and did nothing
whatever.
Today in this area most of these anti-Jewish agitations are
in the hands of racketeers of the worst type, men whose very
actions are the opposite of Americanism, whose ideals are those
of Hitler and his cohorts rather than those of democracy. The
American people will never stand for men or ideals of their type
so long as they are properly appraised of the true facts and
what is behind them. Fortunately in this area the secular press
is unalterably opposed to propaganda of the Hitler type and it
minces no words in their continual and unhesitating denuncia-
tion of them. The American Legion is definitely opposed to
them as is every right thinking individual and boy.
Yet it is the Jew of this area who sits supinely by and smiles
. why worry about the propaganda. why consider
the future.....this indifference is what we must overcome
.....this lack of interest is our greatest danger.
May we suggest that careful thought be given to the prob-
lem before us today. We have that unshakeable faith in Amer-
ican democracy that we need not fear the ultimate results, pro-
vided .... we realize the issue and take the proper steps.
"Y" DIAMONDBALL NEWS
With manager Dr. Barney Weinkle
away to the B'nai B'rith convention
at Orlando over the week-end the
hoys eased up somewhat and received
a 13 to 10 setback at the hands of
the cellar dwelling Miami Beach A.
C. However on the following nigbr
with Dr. Weinkle back in town the
boys played heads up ball to defeat
their nemesis the Civic League aggre-
gation S to 4. Davis Lackawitz was
the hero of the batsmen with a homer
and double good for three runs while
Hy Sachs pitched commendably in
the pinches to secure victory for the
"Y.". Following is the schedule for
the remaining games of the first hn'f.
Monday. June 6. Shayne Drug Co.
Tuesday. June. 7. Marine Athletic
Club.
Monday. June 13. Navy Reserve.
Tuesday. June 14. Civic League.
Monday. June 20. Shnync Drug Co.
Wednesday, June 22. Miami Beach
A. C.
Monday. June 27. Y. M. H. A. vs.
Navy Reserve.
Little Ida (of the Welfare Bureau)
Optnera had little cause to complain,
when one considers how well she was
taken care of by that big money man
of the B'nai B'rith, Ben Le Vine.
Abe (the Recaller) Aronovitz and
Manny (Big Butter and Kgg Man)
Bandler consoled each other, all the
way from Miami to Orlando over Hen-
ry Filer's demise as a congressional
candidate, and as a result of that sev-
en hour argument, as to his failure at
the polls, completely forgot to voice
their expressions at the convention.
District No. 5 of the Grand Lodge
was indeed surprised to learn of the
unbeatable Miami political machine.
What a footballing around this Miami
bunch gave the convention. Let's m
now. It was Shochet to Levin to
Stone, to Abbott to Shochet to LcVinc
to Abbott, which ultimately left Ab-
bott holding the bn'lot. Boys, what
a bark line. After they wire through,
the front line got into action. It was
Aronovitz to Coret to Bandler to
Mintzer. to Weinkle to Eisenstein to
Pallet to Friedman to Goldstrom to
Adler to Simonhoff to Schwartz to
Seignl to Berkowitz. back to Segall.
which completed this all American
machine. Could we lose? I ask you.
Jacksonville Notes
The Jewish Men's Club will hold
its first annual dance Tuesday night,
June 7th. in the ballroom of tli Jack-
sonville Jewish fenter. In charge of
the dance is William Silvcrman, as-
sisted by Abe Diamond, Leon Sprin-
ger. Leon Shapiro, Harry Sachs,
Harry Brnida. Sidney Knss. Jack
Landau. Isidore Moscovitz and Bar-
ney Shorstcin.
Miss Molly Mizrahi. popular bride-
eh-ct. was entertained Thursuay night
hy Miss Cecelia Kline with a party
in the Party House. Delicious re-
freshments were served in the dining
room with the hostess presiding at
the punch bowl. Hand rolled linen
handkerchiefs were awarded as prizes
to Misses Esther Blattner. Mamie
Davidson. Minnie Slott and Mrs.
Ralph Mizrahi.
The closing meeting of the Daugh-
ters of Israel was held last Wednes-
day afternoon in the auditorium of the
Jacksonville Jewish Tenter. Mrs. M.
D. Margolin was the Installing offi-
cer.
WUumL
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN ELECTED
PKKSIDKNT OF Y. M. H. A.
At the annual Y. M. H. A. elections
held last Wednesday Milton A. Fried-
man, part vice-president of the organ-
isation succeed E. Albert Pallot as
president. A splendid group of offi-
cers were chosen by the
membership that un-
doubtedly will add pres-
tige to the "V" and as-
sure Milt of the needed
harmony and co-opera-
tion bo necessary to
perform the duties of
the organization. Read
page one for list of newely elected-offi;
ccrs. The vote was almost unani-
mous for all the newl yeleeted offi-
cers for which we feel confident will
bring the small opposition in line to
help us as they have in the past.
In honoring the newly elected offi-
cers an installation and dance will be
held at the Civic Center ballroom on
Wednesday, June 8th. The regular
Wednesday meeting has been replaced
with the gala occasion for which we
are certain will reeicve your atten-
dance. All tickets previously sold by
the dlamondball team dance commit-
tee will be honored at this affair.
An admission of $1.00 per coaple
will be in effect. Come out in full
regalia and celebrate with the newly
electd officers. Remember the date is
Wednesday. June 8th, Miami Civic
Center ballroom. Call Nat Blumberg
or Al Relsman for reservations-
phone 3-4012.
V. W. H. A. TO HOLD ANNI'AL.
ELECTION THIS TI'ESDAY
And now comes the annual Y. W.
H. A. elections on Tuesday. June 7th.
With Miss Ida Engler declining the
nomination for president via telegram
from New York where she is vaca-
tioning, the race for president sim-
mers down to Mrs. Samuel Shindel
and Mrs. Pearl Relsman. For vice-
president. Miss Gertrude Mandell.
Mrs. Joseph Syman and Josephine
Kolman; recording secretary, Mrs.
Ann Merger. Sarah Rosenhonse and
Gertrude Schaff; corresponding sec-
retary. Gertrude Mandell. Mrs. Max
Shenkman and Mrs. Rosen; for treas-
urer, Mrs. Sam Shindell, Josephine
Kolman. Mrs. William Friedman and
Frances Tobias.
Everyone has a right to their guess
so here goes mine: For president.
Mrs. Pearl Reisman | vice-president.
GeitradC Mandell ; recording secre-
tary, Gertrude Schaff; corresponding
secretary. Mrs. Max Shenkman and
for treasurer, MrR. William Fried-
man.
If you are a member of the Y. W.
II. A., you are urgently requested to
gel your dues paid up to date if you
haven't done so and allow yourself to
vote for the coming administration.
A real treat has been arranged in
conjunction with the nnnual elections
with Mrs. Samuel Shindel in charge.
The Miami delegates had no fear of
their health at Orlando as they
brought the best medico in these here
parts with them. None other than
Konil old Dr. Barney Weinkle. How-
ever, everybody's health was in fine
shape, so having some time on his
hand-. Barney started his famous
story telling. And could he tell them.
Get him to tell you the one about the
six dollars.
Mis. Adolph Lassk and Miss Jean
Shatkowsky entertaineil with a bridge
party and linen shower Thursday in
honor of Miss Marie Jacobs, pretty
bride-elect of June in the home of
Mrs. Lassk in Springfield. High priz-
es were won hy Mrs. H. Setzer. Miss
Thelma Segal and Mrs. Brookshire,
and specinl prizes went to Mrs. F.
Tamargo and Mrs. H. Setzer. After
the games a delirious salad course
was served.
The Business and Professional Wo-
men's Division of Jacksonville Senior
Hadassah closed the year with a buf-
fet supper last Tuesday evening in
the home of Mrs. Louis S. Joel. In
charge of arrangements were Miss
Etta Bncholz and Mrs. Herbert Pan-
ken, who assisted Mrs. Joel in serv-
ing. Officers-elect for the coming
year are : Miss Margie Hackel. chair-
man ; Miss Janet Lazarus, vice-chair-
man: and Miss Lottie Salzman. fi-
nancial secretary.
Don't forget the installation and
dance Wednesday, June 8th, at the
Civic Center ballroom.
West Palm Beach
What would you like to ee the
newly elected officers of the Y. M. H.
A. accomplish during the year? Here's
mv suggestions:
1. Secure an executive director
who will formulate plans for a real
cultural program and increase the in-
terest of the Y., athletically and so-
cially in this area.
2 Immediately utilize newly ac-
quired property for playground with
Last Thursday and Friday. Sam
Greene of this city, together with Lou
and Jerry Gold of Pahokee, visited
Tampa and St. Petersburg. They
were the guests of Miss Annabell
Jambs, formerly of West Palm Beach
and Miami, in St. Petersburg. On
their way home they were joined by
Oscar Dobrow at the Florida Military
Academy. Young Oscar, nephew of
Lou and Jerry Gold, is known as one
of the youngest students in the Acad-
emy.
Rabbi Moses Glasser, for 25 years
active in Jewish religious work in
Czechoslovakia, arrived last *>idy
and addressed Congregation Beth El
on Fern Street. The synagogue was
filled to capacity to hear the distin-
guished visitor and services were con-
,l,1(.,ed by Mr. Harry Greeiiblatt
Ix.il Shochet made the best and
outstanding speech at the Convention.
Like the great orator he is. he idolized
the real : transfigured the common ;
filled the gallery of imagination with
pictures: enriched the brain with
brilliant masterpieces; ennobled the
heart, and from his lips words budded
and blossomed. And after all that he
got the 1000.00 for the aiiti-defnmn-
tion league. When he finished he
called all of his admiring friends to
room 22(1 to receive their congratu-
lations.
"Believe it or not" Miami's
and Bnai B'rith's foremost haehelor.
Harry Simonhoff. fearlessly champion-
ed the cause of chivalry and in knight-
ly fashion magnanimously escorted a
fair feminine creation, most attentive-
ly to the banquet.
Phil Berkowitz and I. L. Mintzer.
finally settled a grave economic prob-
lem now disturbing our country. It
took them an entire bus trip. Seven
hours. No. that was the bus trip, but
PMl stopped for air. and while thus
stopped. Mintzer got in an occasional
punch line. They finally both agreed
that unskilled labor 'ain't any good."
That much coveted gold cup. goes
to Elry Stone who made the finest
gesture at the convention. He was
slated for nomination for general com-
mittee man. and withdrew for the
sake of harmony so that another
Florida delegate might be nominated.
In the thirteenth century the Eng-
lish friar. Roger Bacon, used th writ-
ings of Hebrew scholars to help prove
that one could reach Asia by sailing
west from Euro|>e. The "Jerusalem
Talmud" (completed about .150) states
that the world is in the form of a
globe.
after a most favorable election of Ike
Levin to second, vice-president. So.
who enn blame Ike for taking that big
last drink. Watching Ike. was Lou
Shochet, who wished he had never
made a vow to stay on the wagon.
Carl Weinkle. as usual was right
there, and helped furnish a bit of oil
for very parched throats, doodles of
thanks, Carl.
What would the convention havo
been, had the bore trim Miami looked
for that B'nai B'rith silver voiced
tenor. Leo Eisenstein and not found
him there? No convention at all.
The belle of the convention happen-
ed to be. Ike Levin's niece. After
looking at her the boys had no morn
idea of what the convention was
about. To know that she was going
to stay for the full convention made,
the delegates forget about Anti-Nazi
activities or the Atlanta Orphans
Home.
There must be a jokester at every
convention,, and Rudy Adler is award-
ed the bnrela. He rush over to Mil-
ton Friedman and informed him that
he was to be one of the speakers.
Nothing daunted Milton so he first ran
to a mirror, took one glance, then
turned on his heel and rushed to his
room, then changed clothes and rushed
hack to the convention floor just in
time to hear a motion to adjourn being
unanimously passed. When last seen,
Milton was still looking in a mirror.
Good old room No. 226 staged a
victory celebration on Monday night.
Sidney Segall was the best delegate
at the convention. He certainly was
diplomatii. He did not open hia
month once and therefore did not
make a single mistake.
Another before it or not! !
More women dressed and undressed in
Room 226. supposed to be occupied
by two Miami bachelors, than any
other room at the convention hotel.
No, you are wrong! All of the
Miami women checked out, left their
baggage at 226. while attending the
banquet, then changed clothes at 226,
preparatory to the bus drive to Miami.
Never jump to conclusions.


PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 3.
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6996 Albaeore Drive6-1265 630 N. E. 31st St.2-9648
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning.
Tou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish commu-
nity, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
Hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In
strict confidence.
FRIDAY NIGHT MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISITS-
GIVE NO PARTIE8 GO TO TEMPLE
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from the
Congregation."llillel.
CALENDAR OF SERVICES
Friday evening, June 3, 1938 at
0:10 p. in., regular services.
Saturday evening, June 4, 1038 nt
8:10 p. m.. services ushering in the
Bbabuoth Festival.
CONFIRMATION SERVICES
Tliis S111111.-1y morning. June 5th,
1888, nt 10:00 n. m., 23 students of
the Temple Israel Religious School
will he welcomed into our congrega-
tion and into the Faith of Israel in
our annual confirmation ceremonies.
The order of the service follows:
March, Choir and Confirmnnds
Hymn 146.
1. Opening Prayer. I. Frank Davis
Prayer Hook, page 203-5.
2. Floral Offering. Mnrjorie Reieh-
enbacbpage 208, choir. Hymn 1(1.
3. Jewish Service, Reri Rippn
page 200-7.
4. Dependence on God, Dick Bron-
nerpage 20.8.
0. Light and Darkness. Charlyne
P. Ruskinpage 210.
6, Everlasting Love, Paul A. Louis
page 210.
7. God is One, Blanche Goldstein
page 212.
& Love for God. Walter Lavignc
page 212.
!>. Humanity is One, Gladys Wolfe
page 214.
10. Original Virtue, Isle Asber
page 210.
11. Immortality. Edwin F. Chcnt-
offpage 210.
12. Holiness of God, Frances Rose
Katepage 218.
13. The Joy of Festivals, Peggy
Goldsmithpage 220.
14. Israel's Loyalty, Lois P. Reis-
nerpage 228-230.
1". Thankfulness. Bemndine A.
Dothpage 238.
It!. Peace, Shirley Stein page
240.
17. Humility, Jack II. Metzger
page 21".
18. The Importance of the Unim-
portant, Liln Greenspanpage 242-
240.
10. Israel's Torah, Stanley Ratner
page 248.
Reading of Torah, Exodus Chapter
20.
Recitation of Commandments, Con-
firms nds.
20. Address to Parents (Com. 5)
Myra J. Miraky
21. Gods Purpose with Israel,
JullusB. Rcnrmanpage 200.
22. Messianic Ideal and Hope,
Jack Ituhinpage 272.
The Faith of Isrnel, Confirmnnds.
23. Olsolng Prayer, Mitchell M.
GoldmanHymn 150.
Blessing of Confirmnnds, Rabbi
Kaplan.
Address, Rabbi Zwitman.
Address, Rnhbi Kaplan.
Presentation of Confirmation Cer-
tificates. Isnnc Levin. President of
Congregation.
Presentation of Bibles (gift of the
Sisterhood.)Jules Penrlman, chair-
man of School Board.
Kaddish and Benediction, Rabbi
Zwitman.
A reception for the eonflrmanda
will take place on Sunday evening,
June 0th from S .00 to 10:00 p. m.. nt
the Hotel Oarlton, 1433 Collins, Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Florida.
CONFIRMANTS
Isle AaherMr. and Mrs. S. Asher
20 N. E. 49th Street.
Julius E. BenrmanMrs. Eleanore
Bearman, 1288 Collins Avenue. Miami
Beach.
Dick BronnerMr. and Mrs. M.
Bronner. 31SC Prairie Avenue, Miami
Bench.
Edwin F. ChetnoffMr. and Mrs.
P. Chetnoff. 1400 Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach.
I. Frank DavisMr. and Mrs. Gor-
don Davis. 212 N. E. 20th Terrace.
Mitchell M. GoldmanMr. and
Mrs. A. S. Goldman, 725 S. W. 11th
Avenue.
Peggy GoldsmithMr. and Mrs. G.
L. Goldsmith. S2fl Espnnoln Way,
Miami Beach.
Blanche GoldsteinMr. and Mrs.
S. A. Goldstein, West Palm Beach.
Liln GreenspanMr. and Mrs. S.
CONDOLENCE
Deepest sympathy is hereby expres-
Bed by the Rabbis, officers and mom-
hers of Temple Israel to two of i^
most loyal and faithful worker-, Mr,
Louis Zeicnts and Mrs. Morris Pla
on their recent bereavement through
the loss of their mother, and to Mr
Norman Liebling on the loss of huj
father. May the memory of the right-
eous be a blessing.
The Talmud tells of three I: bbli
who were sent on a mission to report
on the state of education throughout
Palestine. They came to a plce
where there were no teachers. Tliov
said to the inhabitants, "Bring us 'he
protectors of the town." They brought
them the military guard. The Rab-
bis exclaimed, "These are not the pro-
tectors of the town but its destroyers."
Who, then, are the protectors of a
city, they were asked; and they re-
plied. "The Teachers."
The four professors who will conduct the first Institute of Interde-
nominational Studies at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
Doctor Louis Finkclslcin, Doctor Erwin R. Goodrnough, Doctor Alexan-
der .Marx, and Doctor Alexander Kperber. The Institute will offer four
courses on .Monday evenings during the autumn semester, beginning on
October 21. The courses offered are: The History of the Second Jewish
Commonwealth. Jewish I.rfe I'ndcr the Law. An Introduction to Philo.
and the Septuagint in Its Relation to the New Testament.
11. Greenspan, 420 Five Alto Island,
Miami Beach.
Frances Rose KatlMr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kntz. .I."!) S. W. 10th Street.
Walter LavigncMr. and Mrs. D.
S. Lavignc. 70 X. E. 40th Street.
Paul A. LouisMrs. Rose L. Louis
242 X. E. 27th Street.
Jack H. MetzgerMr. and Mrs. H.
V. Metzger, William Penn Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach.
Myrn J. MirskyMr. and Mrs. N.
J. Mirsky, 021 N. E. 57th Street.
Stanley RatnerMr. and Mrs. C.
A. Ratner. 1344 Euclid Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach.
Marjorie ReichenbachMrs. Hazel
Reichenbnch. 23G0 S. W. 16th Terrace
Lois P. ReisnerMrs. Hilda G.
Rcisner. 1807 S. W. 13th Street.
Bert RippnMr. and Mrs. M. M.
Rippa. 2535 Pinetree Drive. Miami
Beach.
Bernndine Ann RothMr. and Mrs
Nathan Roth, 337 X. E. 2.8th Street.
Tack RubinMr. and Mrs. I. Ru-
bin. 000 Washington Avenue. Miami
Bench.
Charlyne P. RnskinMr. and Mrs
Oan B. Raskin, 1688 S. W. 18th Ave"
Shirley SteinMr. and Mrs. Jos.
R. Stein. 1880 S. W. 0th Street.
Gladys Wolf.'Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Wolfe. 253 X. E. 35th Street.
GENERAL
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan are
leaving on their vacation immediately
after the confirmation services, nnd
will spend a few days in New York
City, then a few weeks in the moun-
tains of Xew Hampshire and Virginia.
They will return to Miami the latter
part of July.
The vacations have been arranged
this summer so that one of the Rabbis
will be in the city during the entire
summer.
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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
NAZI STUFF
-I'l,,. captain of one the big German
>;, i_ is going to be grabbed by G-men
i.nr <>f these days in connection with
Sam's probe of a Nazi spy ring
We wonder whether a certain
i,,i..i of the I'. S. Senate, from a
Southern State, knows that his spcech-
, against immigration are being hand-
, i! out at Nazi Bund meetings.....
If the Anti-Nazi League should decide
to no through with a boycott of the
Si |,in.lling-Louis fight they ought to
bi told that one of their officers has
ighl a block of tickets for the bout.
.... We had heard it before, but
no) until we read it in The Communal,
It weekly, did we really believe
I lie report that Mayor Hague's Jersey
ijy cops went out of their way to
heal up .Tews who happened to be in
: uriuil Square the night Norman
Thomaa was bounced out of Hague-
vllle.....One of Montreal's Tead-
I i bristian civic leaders is making
arrangements to bring into Canada a
17-year old German Jewish lad from
M,iini7 whose grandfather was a friend
of hi.'. Walt Disney ought to be
told that the German American Bund
is using the tune of the Marching
Rons 'rom "Snow White and the Sev-
(ii Tiwarfx" as the theme of an onti-
Bemitic ditty used at their meetings.
.... One of the Little AnmTRooney
colored comics syndicated by the
Hearst-owned King Features recently
contained some very subtle anti-Fas-
ABROADCASTS
Mussolini has found it so tough to
get money for the exploitation of Eth-
iopia that he is readying an offer to
turn the country over to the Jews un-
der certain conditions, Geneva rumors.
.... That slogan of the Polish irre-
dentist Western League, "Out with
the Jews and Germans." strikes the
Nazis as lesc majestic, to put it mild-
ly. "Contrary to the law of equity
and humanitarianism" is how the
Nazi press describes it. ABO, the
leading Spanish rebel daily, reports
that among the books which the Fas-
cist prison director at Santander req-
uisitioned for the use of Loyalist
prisoners was the "Protocols of the
Elders of Zion." to provide "spiritual
food for their tired souls'"......
which reminds us of a story Frank C.
Hanighcn tells about the Pope in a
copyrighted story in the New York
V..st. ... To a priest who declared
that he believed in the "Protocols"
his holiness said : "You must be out
of your mind. You will now retire
to the X sanatorium, where a neur-
ologist will try to restore you to reas-
on" .... Everybody who's anybody
in tin Third Reich has to have a cer-
tificate of Aryanism. But Leni
Riefenstabl, whom rumor has linked
in amorous association with the Fur-
i iii.r despite the tales of her non-Ary-
nnism, gets hy simply with an okay
from Qoering. The city of Man-
chester, England, has been inscribed
in the Jewish National Fund Golden
Book in commemoration of the cen-
tennial of its municipal charter. .
WE PAT OUR BACK
Uncle Phineas sure called the turn
when he predicted that the conven-
tion of the Non-SecUrian Anti-Nazi
League would be a cat-and-dog fight.
.... The fireworks were touched off
hy the Cleveland and Detroit delega-
tions, which insisted that an election
of a national board of directors was
illegal.....But they didn't get far,
even though they had a letter from
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, president
pro-ten.....From what we hear
we won't be at all surprised if the
Cleveland and Detroit groups secede.
.... The whole row evolved around
the question of which group was more
democratic. ... We particularly not-
ed that a large number of delegates
from New Jersey were present.....
The guess is that George Gordon Bat-
tle may be the next president of the
league. ... A member of Stephen S.
Wises Free Synagogue has resigned
after 25 years because he opposes the
American Jewish Congress referen-
dum. | The dishes used at the din-
ner tendered at the cornerstone-laying
exercises of the Palestine Pavilion at
tin-World's Fair were German-made.
. But don't blame the Pavilion
or Fait authorities. The dinner
was catered by Louis Sherry......
LITTLE NAPOLEONS
Considering the Napoleonic prece-
dent, perhaps it isn't so strange that
many would-be dictators are aliens in
the countries which they want to take
over.....Zelea Codreau, Rouman-
ia's Hitler, is the son of a Hungarian
father and a German mother, and was
himself born in Poland. Szalassy,
who would like to be fuehrer of Hun-
gary, is an Armenian. The late
Octavian Qoga of Roumania was bom
in Hungary......Hitler's deputy
leader. Hiss. I.ails from Egypt.....
and Hitler himself comes from what
used to be Austria.....
dent of B'nai B'rith.....Among
the first donors to the Palestine Sym-
phonic Choir project is Mrs. ('lain
(Jnlnil.iwits.il. daughter of Mark
Twain and widow of Ossip Gabrllow-
itsch.....Youngest college student
of all time is four-year old Robert
Raphael of the Bronx, who has been
enrolled at New York University as
an art student, on a scholarship. .
Walter Winchell's column contains
so many hot diplomatic tips that ever)
official in Washington reads him re-
ligiously. No. Moyshele. the Leon
Blum who has started an insurance
brondcast over WINS is not the Ex-
Premier of France. Sally Rand
has joined the amusement committee
of the United Palestine Appeal. .
When Dr. IgnatS Griehl skipped to
Xnzilnnd to escape being questioned
about Nazi spying here he ruined a
deal hy which a Berlin Jew was tt\
have acquired the Griebl summer
home near Tarrytown. New York, in
exchange for a home near Berlin. .
Winchell and Hearst are going to
uhlitt. they say. Hearst doesn't
like Walter's constant nagging at der
scheeme Adolf, but cannot interfere,
as Winchell's contract gives him com-
plete freedom as long as he doesn't
involve his papers in libel suits. .
ORAYNOO
"OUR LIGHT"
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
1012 HARWELL STREET
ABOUT PEOPLE
Morris Bromberg. motorcycling
champ of Palestine, who is studying
aviation at Floyd Bennett Field, New
York, will return to Palestine to open
the Homeland's first school of avia-
tion. He'll take two planes with
him.....Dr. Joel Pressman, hus-
band of Claudette Colbert, has what
are said to be the only talkie shots of .
_,., .. t:____ I migration quota situation as npplie.l
Hitler s entrance into Vienna......I H '
Services Friday at 8:Qfl p. m. Ser-
mon by Rabbi Bkop: Whither Jew-
ish Youth." Following the service,
the congregation and Jewish commu-
nity has been invited to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Blattner in honor
of the reception and graduation of
their daughter. Mary, from the Orlan-
do high school. Reception from nine
to twelve at home. 285 Park Lake
Avenue.
Announcement is also made of the
graduation of Jack Hoffman of Or-
lando high school. 830 Lucerne Ter-
race. The community also congratu-
lates the following graduates from col-
leges. Miss Miriam Braverman,
ORLANDO, FLA.
the names of loved one* deceased will
be recorded in the Jacob Memorial
Volume of the Congregation. Reser-
vations are now being made by calling
the president of the congregation. Mr.
J. K. Wolf.
Mr.
WE EXPLAIN
Dr. Stephen S. Wise is sorry now
for having written that letter to a cer-
tain Congressman concerning the im-
CONFIRMATION
Service Mosnday night. June 0th at
7 :80 o'clock. Twelve boys and girls
will be confirmed and class gift will
be presented.
He smuggled them out in three reels
and plans to develop them in Holly-
wood.....Washington's hostesses
are breathing a sigh of relief at the
end of the social season, because now
they won't have to worry for a while
about keeping apart Fran Dieckhoff.
wife of the Nazi envoy and Mrs. Hen-
ry Morgenthau. Jr.....Ex-Ambas-
sador Dodd, who has been telling all
since his retirement from the U. S.
Embassy at Berlin isn't surprised that
Heir Dieckhoff finds it deplomatic to
give him the cold shoulder......
Fran 1'rochnik, American-born wife of
the gentleman who was Austrian Min-
ister to this country before Hitler's
Anschlusside, has gone into the linger-
ie business to keep the home fires
burning until her spouse finds a job.
.... Official doorkeeper of the Unit-
ed States Senate is Joseph Singer of
Oregon, who bosses 19 other doormen.
.... Rabbi Sam Hurwitz of Panama
City was the first Rabbi to function
in San Salvador when he recently
flew there to perform a wedding. .
The wife of Henry Monsky. president
of B'nai B'rith, is a niece of the late
Adolph Kratis, who also was a presi-
Nurse Thanks Friend
A nurse writes that she
suffered from frequent
headaches. Nothing stop-
ped them until a friend re-
commended DR. MILES
NERVINE. She says Nerv-
ine stops headaches before
they get a good start
TBree generations have
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Get DR. MILES NERV-
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Small bottle or package 25 cento
Large bottle or package KM
to refugees. His statement that
the quotas would not need to be in-
creased is being Interrupted in some
left-wing papers as a definite stand
against too much refugee immigration
into this country. This, of course
is unfair to Dr. Wise, whose inten-
tion it was merely to reassure oppon-
ents of the United States Govern-
ment's action in behalf of persecuted
Jews. ... He meant merely to point
out that the existing quotas provide
plenty of room for the victims of Fas-
cism......
Joe Wlttenstein and Mr. Meyer Segal.
Special services welcoming these grad-
uates will be held Sunday morning at
10:00 o'clock during the Shevuos
services. Greetings will he extended
by the presidents, Mr. J. K. Wolf of
Congregation Ohev Sholom. Mrs.
Louis Jacob of the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Congregation. Mr. B. J. Cohen.
B'nai R'rirh. Mrs. Nat Berman, La-
dies Auxiliary B'nai B'rith. Mr. Mar-
tin Segnll. Stag Club and Mr. Milton
Nailler. Youth Forum.
SHEVUOS SERVICES
Orthodox services Sunday morning
nt 7:00 o'clock. Community services
at 10:00 o'clock. Anniversary ser-
mon by Rabbi Shop: "One Year iii
Orlando." Monday morning Tiakor
at 10:00 o'clock. Presentation of
Jacob Memorial Volume by Mr. Louis
Jacob, so not the late Abram Jacob.
in the name of his mother, brothers
and sisters. During the coming weeks
UNUSUAL DRAMATIC EVENING
Wednesday. June Sth at 7:30 the
Dramatic Guild of the Youth Forum
will present a one act play "Herring."
Tin- cast includes William Liebcr-
man. Owin Licbernian. Pat Nadler,
Belle Nabin. Alice Steinholtz. Abe
Knmenoff and Phil Opper. There will
nlso he shown an eight-reel film of
Jewish life, starring Rudolph Schild-
kraut. There will be a small admis-
sion charge to cover expenses. The
film will be presented by Mr .Benton
Siegel.
The Sages held that there were 618
commandments to be found in the
Pentateuch. 248 of these being posi-
tive commandments and 30." being
negative commandments. Rabbi Sim-
lai. a Palestinian haggadist held that
the negative commandment! corres-
ponded to the number of days in the
year and the positive commandment*
corresponded to the number of bone3
found in the human body.


PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 3 1930,
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 8. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
oSCHEDULE OF SERVICES
naily^ Shachrls at 8 a. m.;
Minoha at 6:30 p. m ; Maarlv,
15 minutes after sunset.
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at 6:30 p. m.; Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 615 p. m.
SHEVIOI'S SERVICES
. .The beautiful festival commemorat-
ing the giving of the ten command-
ments will he ushered in on Saturday
night with Maariv Service at 0:30
o'clock. Sunday morning services nt
0:00 o'clock. Mincbn in the after-
noon at 6:00 o'clock followed by n
discussion on the Rook of Ruth. Mon-
day morning services will commence
nt 0:00 o'clock and Yizkor services
will be held at 10:30 o'clock. In the
afternoon Minchn services will be held
at G:30 o'clock.
SERMON SCHEDULE
On the Sabbath before Shevuons.
Rabbi Kellner will speak on the Sed-
rah in the morning and teach Perek
at 0:00 p. m.. in the afternoon. Sun-
day morning nt 10:00 o'clock in Eng-
lish on "Tablets of the Heart" and in
Jhe afternoon will discuss the Rook
of Ruth. On Monday morning Rabbi
Kellner will speak on "Not Every-
thing is Cold that Glitters" and will
subject to a critical analysis the pro-
posed Federation scheme.
CANTOR JACOBY TO SERVE
Cantor Victor .Tneoby. a recent ar-
rival from Czechoslavakia will con-
duct Shevuons services and sing the
T>arts of the ritual on Sunday and
Monday. The Cantor was heard sev-
eral times in our congregntion and
the announcement that he will sing
the services during the coming Festi-
val, caused n pleasant feeling of sat-
isfaction among our people. A most
cordial welcome is extended to all.
SCHOOL PICNIC
Al in the past, the Ladies Auxiliary
will be hosts to the children of our
Hebrew and Sunday Schools at an
annual outing and picnic. The party
will take place at Hollywood Reach
on Sunday, June 12. A truck will be
provided to transport those who don't
have cars of their own. Plenty of re-
freshments will also be on hand and
generous prizes in the various games
and contests.
LADIES' OFFICERS INSTALLED
The new officers of the Ladies
Auxiliary were installed at a most
beautiful ceremony in the Synagogue
on Sunday night past. Mrs. Charles
Feldman presided and presented in
order Mrs. Abraham Kellner who
gave the invocation. Mr. Max Rifns.
vice-president of the congregation.
Cantors Maurice Mamches and N.
Wroobel who sang appropriate selec-
tions. Rabbi Kellner spoke of the
hopes of the future as did Mr. H. M.
Drevich, president of the congrega-
tion. Mrs. B. H. London brought
greetings from Beth Jacob Sisterhood
and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. retiring pres-
ident, gave a most encouraging report
and the installation proper was con-
ducted by Mrs. M. Grossman. Mrs.
Ida Rnckstein. president, responded
on behalf of the officers and pledged
her best efforts for the benefit of the
Shul. The charge and benediction by
Rabbi Kellner closed the program af-
ter which a committee of the Ladies
served delicious refreshments. Mrs.
Louis Kotkin. newly chosen treasurer
also spoke briefly.
HABANOTH NOTES
A most enjoyable nffair at the home
of nope Ellen Tunncnbnnm closed the
Mason of activities on Lag Reomer.
(James, contests and refreshments were
on hand and brief remarks were made
by Phyllis Shnlman and Rarbarn
Berger. retiring and incoming presi-
dents, respectively. Rabbi Kellner
praised the group for their exception-
al achievements and present also were
Mrs. Abraham Kellner. sponsor. Mrs.
Cecil Tannenbaum, dramatic director.
Mrs. R. Rosen, musical director and
Mrs. I. Ruckstein, president of the
Ladies Auxiliary. It is with extense
pleasure that we note the praise giv-
en to our chapter by the recent issue
of the National Magazine. Besides
extensive items there was also a re-
print of our theme song which was
written by Phyllis Shulman. Ours
was the only group throughout the
country whose original song was given
such recognition.
HIGHLIGHTS
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSKS MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
326 Jefferson Avenue
'Phone 5-1328
MAURICE Q. MAMCHES. Cantor
726 Meridian Avenue
'Phone 6-2013
Week day services: Shachriss at
7 :

SABBATH AND SHVLOSS
SERVICES
Katbolasa nt 0:4.T p. m. Sabbath
mid Bhvuoss morning services begin
nt 0:0O a. m. Evening services nt
sunset. Memorial service, Yizkor,
will be held Mondny morning at
10:30. Rabbi Mescheloff will address
the Bar Mitzva boy, Leonard Mer-
lin, this Saturday morning. He will
speak on the subject. "Accepting the
Torah" Sunday morning, and on the
snbject "Torah: So What?" before
Memorial Service. Cantor Mamches
will chnnt the services.
Shvuoss, the festival of Revelation
is the holiday which made of us the
unique "People of the Rook." a title
which was the keywdrd of all our
history, and the secret of our perpet-
uation. Let us renew our acquain-
tance with our own Book, the Bible,
throughout the year. In particular,
on Shvuoss, the anniversary of the
"giving of the Torah" let us all meet
gnin in the synagogue to renew our
promise to "Do snd Heed" the die-
Hates of God. And be sure, when you
nop, to bring your children, for the
Torah was given to young as well as
old. As of old. let every Jewish
family stand forth together at the
.Acceptance of the Torah on Sbvuoss.
BAR MITZVA
Mr. and Mrs. E. Merlin invite all
their friends to attend the Bar Mitzva
Ceremony of their boy, Leonard, to
take place this Saturday nt our Syna-
gogue. The boy will deliver an nd-
drest and the Rabbi will speak to and
bless the boy at its conclusion. A
Kiddush will lie served in the Talmud
Torah building after services. No
cards are being issued.
RABBI LEAVES FOR VACATION
Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff and
daughter will h>nve for their vacation
the day after Shvuoss, please Q-d.
They intend visiting their parents in
New York and friends in North
Adams, Mass., and Soranto*. Pa.
They expect to return the latter part
of July..
HABANOTH ENTERTAINMENT
A SUCCESS
The entertainment presented by the
Miami Beach Habanoth last Monday
night was very suoessful in every way.
To a crowded synagogue they present-
ed the play, "Two Goyim," monolog-
ues by Fay Rechtman, Gloria Saefert.
Carol Rose. Phyllis Kohn. and a song
and dance by Beatrice Dansky. The
Jewish orchestra of Greater Miami
under the baton of Mr. A. Bramsnn
played a number of new melodies and
were greeted with an ovation. The
orchestra consisted of Ruth Shapiro,
piano; Louis Katz, Nathan Arono-
vitx, Fred Grossbcrg and Laurence
Feinberg. violins: Walter Falk of Cantor Mamches.
By DAVE KRONBERG
An open dance will be given nt the
Y. If. H. A. clubrooms Thursday
evening, June 0th by the Siogn Fra-
ternity. There will be no admission
charge and everyone is invited to at-
tend. Leonard Margolis is chairman.
The Fraternity is sponsoring its
annual benefit dance Sunday evening.
June 10th at the Royal Palm Club.
The proceeds will be donated to the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
building fund.
Last June 13th this same group of
young Jewish boy9, all of Miami,
sponsored a benefit dance for the "Y"
building fund. Only ten months old
then and hardly known, they worked
untiringly to make the dance a suc-
cess, socially nnd financially they
were rewarded when they were able
to present the building fund with
$150.00.
Every citizen in this community
interested in establishing a bigger
ami better Y. M. H. A. building to
provide a meeting place for both
young and old alike is asked to aid
the Sioga Fraternity by attending the
benefit dance at the Royal Pnlm Club
Sunday. June 10th at 0:00 o'clock.
Sam Radanes is general chairman
nnd his committee includes Abe Sil-
ver. Leonard Mnrgolis. Irving Rotfort
nnd Dave Kronberg. Tickets may be
purchased in advance from any mem-
ber of the frntcmity. Admission is
$1.00 per couple.
The semi-nnnuni election of officers
will be held at the next meeting of
the Fraternity. Plans for installing
the newly elected officers nt the bene-
fit dance June 10th are being com-
pleted.
n.v Rubin, past president of the
Fraternity, now residing in Atlanta
and Cholly Adclman. general chair-
man of the first nnnnal benefit dance,
now attending Georgetown University
nt Washington. D. O, are expected to
be in Miami about June 15th to visit
their many friends. Both are hon-
orary members of Sioga.
Tlifl NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mensh returned
to this city after an extended wed-
ding trip to New York. The couple
are staying with Mrs. Mensh's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Peckctt.
The Junior Hadassah nil!
luncheon at which time
Miss Ida Gordon of Liminster,
Mass.. is visiting her aunts, Mrs.
Bertha Cohen and Miss Doris Mngid.
Mrs. L. Simovitz lefet recently for
New York where she will visit.
Mr. ond Mrs. L. Rutkin returned
to their home after an extended visit
in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perlman and
Mrs. Fred Perlman went by airplane
to New York recently. Mrs. Fred
Perlman will join her husband in
New York.
Miami Bench and Sherwood Levine.
clarinets; Norton Pallot and Alvin
Chain, trumpets and Howard Levine
French horn. The Habanoth will pur-
chase a gift for the synagogue with
the funds obtained from the sale of
tickets and the raffle of a compact
won successively by Mr. Max Feit, Mr
Joseph Rose and Mr. M. Moss.
The nnbannth held their last get-
together of their first season nt Smiths
pool .on Thursday at a Reach pool
party sponsored by Mrs. Mescheloff
YOUNG MEN'S GROUP
The closing Sunday morning Min-
.vnn snd breakfast was held by the
Young Men's Group last Sunday
morning at which a large attendance
'">k part in the service and the break-
fast served by the Sisterhood with
Mrs. S. Resvenick and R. H. London
serving as hostesses. Mrs. M. Mam-
ches served special cakes to the boys.
Refore the conclusion of the menl!
Sidney Resvenick presented Rabbi ||,
Mescheloff, the lender of this group,
with a beautiful silver candy tray
fittingly engrnved in the name of the
organization.
HEBREW SCHOOL
At a meeting of the Board of Edu-
cation held this week, plans for the
numemr sessions of our school were
approved. The hours will all be in
the morning, the curriculum will be
both thorough and interesting. A new
beginner's class is in formation, *
number of new pupils having regis-
tered. This beginner's class will hold
its first session Tuesday rooming at
I) :00 o'clock in room number 8 in the
Talmud Torah building. Parents of
children of public school age who have
not yet entered a Hebrew School are
asked to enroll theem at that time.
Miss S. Shpall, our new assistant
teacher, will conduct all Hebrew
School classes during the vacation of
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Slgmund Weil nnd
her mother, Mrs. Sarah Dunson left
for Atlanta where Mrs. Weil and Mrs.
Dnnson will visit relatives. Mr. Weil
will go to Alabama and other points
on business.
Congratulation* to Miss Audrey
Maas. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Er-
nest, a student at the Mojove Web-
ster School in Washington, whose
theme, "The Discovery and Growth
of the City of Tampn," recently won
an A-plus rating.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Kotler entertained
at a graduation donee last Tuesday,
honoring their young daughter, Lucile
Kotler. who graduated from Wood-
row Wilson, nt the Davis Islands
Country Club. About 200 guests at-
tended. Assisting in chaperoning
were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rosenthnl.
Miss Vera Mae Westmoreland and
Miss Mollie Rergman.
mi c1
hi for
the coming year will |. ...M|
They are: president, Mrs. Dave pL*
nan; first vice-president, Mi |f,u",
Finman; second vice-presii, \|ry
Nathan Poller; treasurer. M-. -"
Juster; corresponding secretory. Mr
Manuel Rnchman and recoi r nj,
retnry, Miss Florence Abi imovlt.
The committee chairmen ^,-'
Raye Freeman, publicity: Mi TnUj
Silverman, membership: Mi n
Horn, financial; Mrs. Nntli I\,|l,r
cultural; Mrs. Nathan Lm- -.lusic"
Mrs. Jay Markowirs. Jewish Vatfana)
Fund: Mrs. Oscar Verkanf. -octal;
Mrs. Louis Buchman, hospitality and
Miss Ruth Simon, Palest.,,. To,
board members are: Mrs. J ; Ena-
bles, Miss Elisabeth Ahratnov \[j,s
Helen Aronovits, Mrs. Al V,. ., nml
Mrs. Russel Bernbeim.
Arrangements have been
for the Y. M. H. A. annu..
which will be held at Tempi.
on Sunday. June 12. Garni
indulged in as well as atlf
eluding numerous events for
nnd diamond-ball for the sen!
juniors. Refreshments will
nished. The committee in eh
eludes: Mrs. I. Segall. Mr-
IHetcd
;>icnie
I 'rroee
' ;l! be
- in-
il'lren
- and
fur-
rge in-
A. II.
Officers for the coming year were
elected at a meeting of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of Temple Rodoph Sholom
held at the Temple Thursday. Mrs.
A. M. Wolfson was elected president;
Mrs. I. Salsbury, first vice-president;
Mrs. T. Gotler. second vice-president;
Mrs. M. Rennett, corresponding sec-
retary ;. Mrs. Fred Perlman. record-
ing secretary nnd Mrs. M. Stein,
treasurer. Officers will be installed
at the annual luncheon June 2nd at
the Hotel Floridan. Those in charge
of arrangements for this affair in-
clude Mrs. I. Salsbury, chairman;
Mrs. M. Stein. Mrs. A. R. Rurger.
Mrs. Perlmnn, Mrs. Joe Wohl, Mrs.
I. Wohl and Mrs. Wolfson. *^_
Sain Verknuf nnd Oscar Finmnn.
two members of the Merry Fellows
Club, were entertained at n water-
melon cutting giveen by the club nt
the Y. M. H. A. building. Those on
the committee of orrnngements were
Messrs. Simon Schwartz, Nathan
Roller nnd Milton Rokor.
The Tampa Chapter Junior Hadas-
sah held their annual fnrmnl donor
dinner dance Thursday night at the
Hotel Floridan in the crystal room
A hug,. rrowi, wns pr)Wnt and th(i
program was as follows: Invocation
l..v Rabbi Adolph Rurger; greetings
by Miss Moiiie Bergman; toast mis-
tress; songs by nadassah members,
accompanied on the piano by Mrs
Nathan Lutz; address by Mrs. Dave
I"n..nn president; piano selections
by I rofessor Davidoff; dance bv Miss
JoSce Lu accompanied on the piano
b.v her mother, Mrs. N. Luts; address
The Romance of a People" by the
guest speaker. Rabbi Morris A. Shop,
or Orlando; song "Hatlkvah" was
>>ng by Hadassah member* and
guests acoempanied by Mrs. Lute and
the benediction was read by Rabbi
David L. Zielonka.
Wolfson, Mrs. H. Peckett. V. .. Jo
Abramovitz, Mrs. Leo Oharrlfcn! Mrs.
H. A. Jenkins. Mrs. I. Abminnvits,
Dr. J. Leon Schwarts, A. M. Wolf-
son, B. J. Finman. Ike Bet Mr.
nnd Mrs. Jay Markowitz. Juli :- Sil-
verman and Sidney Linker.
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THE JEWISH FLORTDUH
PAGE SEVEN
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RONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY......
ACCOUNTANT
V. EDWARDS
Chartered Accountant All branches
^AcUnting. %*>*<** Tfr ***>.
Olympla Bldg. Phone 3-8831.
AUTOMOBILE 8ERVI0E
General Anto Repairing
WRECKER SERVICE
AUTO PAINTING
Generators. Starters. Ignition, Prompt
SerV.i.Ce'QTJIGLDrS OARAGH ..
ifll AUon Rd- M-Bch TeL_5gl38
BATTERIES SERVICE
BATTERIES AUTO AND MJ*BINE
PRICED $2.05 UP
Recharging, Complete Electrical and
Son Service. Motor Winding, Car-
Imretor Rehnildlng. ,.,,.
ROAD SERVICE
Expert Workmanshfc
BEST BATtERV COMPANY
1509 W. Flagler St. Tel. 3-3212
ELECTRICIANS
For Tears Master Electrician of Larg-
est and Most Famous Office Buildings
in the World
CHARLIE KALB
MASTER ELECTRICIAN
ALTERATIONSHOUSE WIRING
REPAIRS
THANK YOU_______PHONE T-281T
MISCELLANEOUS
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
BUILDERS
t. E. EDWARDS, Contractor
BuiMer of Mornfcigside
I.F.ROY S. EDWARDS, Manager
In Miami Since 1898
"Let's Build a Home"
CONSULT me If that Is your "WISH'
, win make It a 'REALITY Plan-
ning, financing, building, that s my
"""'"JESSE E. MARCOUX
M7B B. W. 1st St.__________P" *"28
BUILDING MATERIAL
Repairs Contracts Alterations
LYON ELECTRIC CO.
The Oldest Established Electrical
Contractors at Miami Beach
Phone 5-2444 Nite Service 2-6744
Established Since 1914
BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CO.
Electrical WiringAny Size Job
Repairing Anything Electrical
Residential and Commercial___
815 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-1288
EORY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER
Every Business Needs the Egry Sys-
tem. FlatPax Stationery, Carbon Rolls
HENRY E. KOPPLOW
925 N. W. 17th Street Phone 2-1174
OPTICIAN
DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN
Specializing In Eyo Examinations
Fitting an GL AS 8 E S
HI N. E. First St. Phone .2-5521
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
CONVENIENT TERMS
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 clay and night. Our
service cars carry everything needed
for ordinary and emergency calls..
Ventilation and Refrigeration Service
Co. Phone at 3-3273 or 8 2J52
ROOF REPAYING
OPTOMETRISTS
FISH MARKET
BAKER FISH COMPANY
Always the BEST
Wholesale and Retail
Restaurants and Hotels Supplied
CITY CURB MARKET
501 S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-0534
GLASSES OF DISTINCTION
By Dr. P. H. FISHER. Optometrlc,
Eye Specialist, 94S Lincoln Road. Ph.
5-3580. Miami Beach. o o
ROOF TROUBLES CURED
With crack-proof, non-drying white-
eool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat.
CHEAP AS TAR
5 Year Guarantee: Local Proof. Free
Estimate. Phone 2-5703
WK move you anywhere In U. S. A.
Bonded and Insured carriers. Phono
2-7188. Suddath Moving and Storage
Co. Office In all pi-l"''PR' cities.____
TREE MOVING
ORNAMENTAL DION
DECORATIVE HOHPF. NUMBERS
P UL LEN
METAL CRAFTSMEN. ORNAMENT-
AL IRON SCREEN DOORS
3!15 N. E. 79th St. Phone 7-1 "3"
FLOOR COVERINGS
E. J. WARNER COMPANY
Lumber Sand Rock- Brick -Tile
Pressedwoed Shingles Roofing
Builders Hardware Dupont Duco
Paints .....
Everything in Building MmtorW
8128 N. B. 2nd Ave. Phones 2-17M
BUSINESS COLLEGES
COMPLETE Stenographic e"*^'*1
N^,nafT,=lo^=ed,teMde^-
COMFORT -1- PROTECTION
A COMPLETE Floor Covering Ser-
viceHotels. Apartments, Resi-
dences.
Cleaning and Moth Proofing
LARVEX ODORLESS PROCESS
Many years of trustworthy Berv>'-
AH customer's goods insured. MIAMI
CARPET CLEANING & LAYING
Co., John A. Baker, Owner. 120 N.
W. 25th St.. TeL 2-2921.
PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL
BOARDING BATHING GROOM
Plucking Modern Boarding Ken-
nels.
KNOWLES PET HOSPITAL
Mrs. V. W. Knowles,
740 N. E. 90th St._____________7-2141
PALMER'S ROOFTNO COMPANY
16 years in MiamiW. N. Palmer,
Prop.
BARRETT APPROVED ROOFING
Sheet Metal Work Tile Roofing
"Roofs That Last"
15 N. E. 17th Terr. Telephone 2-3429
RUG CLEANING
HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS
Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Repaired
Moth Proofing
Orientals Our Specialty
60 N. E. S9th StreetTel. 2-7798
PEST EXTERMINATING
FLORISTS
EXOTIC GARDENS. INC.
Flagler and Bridge. phnae.,2-635?^
2-6847. Beach Phone 5-2961 607
Lincoln Road. Office 2970 N W. 17th
Avenue. Phone 2-3106.Finest Assort-
ment of Fresh Cut Flowers In Miami.
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WIRED ANYWHERE
FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY
A WELL VENTILATED ATTIC
MEANS A COOL HOME
11 AKRONS "SELFACTION"
LEAK PROOF VENTILATORS
KEEP OUT BLOWING RAINS
and prevent high *** **?
in attics. Let us repUce your leak!
rP.WBIAND COMPANY, INC
843 N. W. First Court
Phone 3-6495____________
BLOOMING Geraniums, bougalnvlllea,
Hibiscus, begonia, vines, crotons.
Beloperone. Many not listed. 10c up.
Best grade top soil 85c yd. Hammock
soil *1 25 yd. Manure $3 yd. Ph. 7-1871.
Stan? Nursery. 2996 N. W. 67 th st.
WE GUARANTEE
To Exterminate Roaches, Rats, Mice,
Ants, Moths, Bedbugs, Termites.
A Confidential ServiceRates Always
Reasonable. No Charge for Inspec-
tion or Estimates
MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO.
824 First St, Miami Beach. Ph. 5-4353
PICTURE FRAMING
SEPTIC TANKS
SUPERIOR
SEPTIC TANK CO.
EDWIN H. O'NEAL. Owner
12 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Don't Say: 'Septic Tanks"
Sav: "Superior Septic Tanks"
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Installations Any SizeReasonable
Prices. Phone 7-3220 day or nlte, 484
N. E. 57th Street.
JOHN H. WR1TP1BLD
Nursery and Landscaping. Tree mor.
Ing specialist. Best of references. 1212
?J. W. 79th St. Phone 7-3727._________
West Palm Beach
One of the most outstanding Jewish
Orthodox weddings of this city was
the betrothal of Miss Heleen Mildred
Ackermnn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Ackerman, to Maurice Moss, *pn
of Mrs. William Moss of this dty.
last Sunday afternoon at Temple Beth
El. Dr. Carl N. Herman officiated.
Miss Helen Moss of Miami was maid
of honor. Mrs. Al Moss matron of
honor. Mr. AI Moss best man. Rita
Jean Moss was flower girl and ushers
were William Tobias. Max Blicher of
Miami, Sam nnd Al Greene. Out of
town guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Taub of Newark. N. J., grandparents
of the bride and Rabbi Moses Glasser.
a relative of the bride, who arrived
here from Czeohoslavnkia. rendered a
blosing to the bride and groom. A re-
ception followed in the new Joseph
Scher Memorial Talmud Torah. More
than 250 relatives and friends attend-
ed the wedding.
SEWING MACHINES
ALL MAKES, repaired by factory ex-
pert. $1.50 up: parts for all ma-
chines. Used machines sold and rent-
ed. Sewing Machine Shop, 71, S. B.
1st St, Phone 2-4024.
SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES
We Call for and Deliver Orders
WIL80N PICTURE FRAMING HOP
Pictures FramedFramed Pictures
Glass Frames. 172 N. W. 1st StreeL
Phone 2-2482.
PICTURE FRAMING
FURNITURE REPAIRING
o CEMETERY^SERVICE__
MARBLE. Granite "<> "/^woriTof
era Musolems cemetery wor^
nil description. Is"1' .
KULL. Ph. 2-1R9K.
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
DRAFTING SERVICE ON HOj
PLAN* Etc., reasonable rates,
work guaranteed. __,,
W. PAUL MEREDITH
Construction Engineer, fl^-.f^'
7987'* N. H. 2nd Ave.. Phqne W':
DRESS MAKING
XAIB TOPY IMPORTED GOWNS
De^ CDreesMr0 your satisfaction.
Let u. solve your dr6rm^Uera3on
lems. Prices Reasonable. Alteration.
and repairs. __ ,.-.-
DRAPERIES
l*lenl^en^hop
BETTER DRAPERIES
Phone 7-33. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E.
FINE FURNITURE MADE FINER
Upholstering Reflnishing -Re-
pairing Antiques Restored. Abso-
lute Guarantee.^^^^^ oimiP
FLAMINGO I"TJRNITURE SHOP
Back of Grove Theatre Geo. F. par-
row Mgr., 3247 Charles Ave. Phone
4-4890._____________________,
GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Kg pSu.pVnent at sacrifice? prices
GENERAL TRADING COMPANY
926 N. Miami Avenue
HAULING AND TRANSFER
MOVING-PACKING-CRATING
Raeeaee Transfer Freight Haul-
in^CWul handling of your house-
hold furniture. Prices Right
COLLINS TRANSPORT *
TRADING CO.
oh N. W. 7th St. .. ..PfaoneZSSSl
"^ANDSOAPmO SOILS
VlV
2-2034
EXPERT WORK Price
very reasonable.LEARY
PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
1152 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone
_J. E. LEARY.________________
HOSPITAL BEDSWHEEL CHAIRS
RENTAL SERVICE
OXTOEN TENTS
Abdominal Supporters, Trusses and
Elastic HosieryPerfectly Fitted
SURGICAL SUPPLY CO.
25 N. E. 2nd Ave.Phone 2-1S00
SIGN8
FOR COMMERCIAL WALL-
OUTDOOR SIGNS
TRUCK LETTERING
PHONE 3-6515
RANKIN
SIGN CO.
118 N. W. 2nd Avenue
THE HI GRADE
RESTAURANT
now under new management of
MRS. SCHWARTZ
Our cook in full charge of the
kitchen was formerly connected
with one of the largest restau-
rants on the beach for the past
four years
8 COURSE CHICKEN
DINNER 50c
Served All Day
Fresh Killed Chickens
WE ALSO SERVE
LUNCHEON 30c
Choice of Fish or Mont
PLUMBING
A. L. MERRIFIELD
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Repairs and Septic Tank Work
All Work Guaranteed
oi YEARS' experience: largo and
2*nall installations. Ill N. E. 20th
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY JUNE 3, igg

CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
135 N. W. 3rd Avenue
(MIAMI'S PIONEER
CONGREGATION)
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
1029 N. W. M Street
Office Phone 2-W73
Home Phone 2-217S
LOUIS HAYMAN. Exec. Sec.
1*9 N. w. sth Street
Phone 2-5574
SIIEVI'OS CELEBRATION
Sbevooa "r the "Feast of Weeks"
will bo ushered in at Roth Pavid Syn-
agogue Saturday evening at tnadown.
Tho "Feast of Weeks" commemorates
the Riving of tho Torah on lit Sinai.
It is also the time at which tho 'Rik-
karim" or tho newly ripened fraita
were brought to tho Temple by nil
Israel, it is. ^therefore, customary to
decorate tho synagogue and tho homo
with flowers and plants. On tho see-
ond day. Memorial Serricee (Haskor-
as Xiebomoe) aro hold. Because of
t~ significance in connection with
tho period of tho harvest, tho hcanti-
fnl book of Ruth, containing a ro-
mance of tho ban-eat days during tho
period In which lerael Hved In Pales-
tine, is road.
Rabbi M.i\ Shapiro will conduct
'I" Shevuos -. n Ia i and Cantor
Louis Rajman will chant tho tradi-
tional, litnrttic melodies. Daring tho
services the first day. Sunday at 0 SO,
Rabbi Shapiro will preach In Yiddish
on the subject: "Oar Ever-Living
Past Preceding the Tiecor" or
Mei orial Services." Monday at 0:"t)
\ M Rabbi Shapiro will speak In
English on the subject: "Tears or
Smi'i v"
CONGREGATIONAL PINNER
AND ANNUAL MEETING
Wo fully realize that you. members
I Beth l Vivid, are extremely occu-
pied with your bnainess affairs
throughout tho year and find it Im-
possible to attend congregational
i rings: but surely yon can find suf-
ficient time to attend (at least) "tho
Annual Congregational Mooting" to
be hold Wednesday evening. .Tune S
fit the Roth Pavid Talmud Torah. A
nner It :80 p. m.. will precede the
tine and yon are asked to accept
serration at no charge to yon.
It Will be the Congregation's treat.
Remember: even though you are
financially active in tho congregation
which to all appearances is highly
ommendaUe, yet wo fool that there
- a certain superficiality when you
absent yourself from the annual
wetting where matters of vital jm.
penance aro dil .-- |
Come and participate in tho discus-
-
Come and listen to the annual ro-
id financial report'.
Important matters pertaining to
th( welfan of oat institution will be

ral Beth David and attend!
T>-t us tee yon Wednesday evening.
si, ar Ine Congregational Pin-
and Annual Meeting at the Tal-
] Torsb.
CLOSING EXERCISES
At the c'.osing exercises held last
Sunday morning beautiful gifts were
I resented to the winners of the games
held at our annual picnic. Mr. Sid-
ney Palmer donated the gifts and was
in charge of all presentations.
Prises were awarded to the honor
students of our classes. The follow-
iDg won first, second and third prises.
Class 1 : Mrs R. N'cwhcrg. tescher:
Marvin Mack and Snnya Pallot.
Class 2: Era Wemicoff. teacher:
Alicia Galkis. Buddy Weissel snd
Bornsrd Rosenthal.
Class 3: Shirley Pepper, tescher:
Lucille Gold and Myron Solomon.
CJhtk 4A : Rose Publer. teacher:
Marilyn Cohen. Dolores Spitser and
Albert Kahn.
Cla4A-2: Jeanette Kronenfeld.
teacher: Pavid Silver. Jacky Rosen
and Lotey Friedman.
Class .'.A -Evelyn Auslander. teach-
or: Irene Jacobs. Rosetts Kline and
Norma Haas.
Class SA-2: Ethel Tont. teacher:
Sylvia Shapiro and Hershel Rosonthsl
Class 6: Miriam Wrintrauh. teach-
J
or: Muriel Auslander and Joe Solo-
mon.
Class 7: Mis. A. Rolfor. tescher:
Sunshine Pagan. Esther Argintar and
Tholraa Base.
Post Confirmation Class: Bobbie
Reanicfc and Nanette Cohen.
Expressions ,.f ,|oop gratitude to
the teachers of our institution and the
superintendent. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
were made during the Confirmation
exorcises hold that evening in the By- '
TO BRING VISITORS
j CAMPAIGN BEGUN
Send i Summer-gram," the slogan
of the campaign which was originated
a year ago tu Increase summer tourist
business In Florida, is being advertis-
ed again this year, aco riling to IT. II.
Ilyman. division manager for the
Florida Power and Light Company.
Attractive picture post cards have
boon printed, the cards showing inter-
esting scenes of Florida, calculated to
stimulate interest in Florida as a sum-
mer vacation land. A space is provid-
ed on the back of each card for a per-
sonal message. The now cards are of
regulation size, printed in black and
green.
"This year's campaign should be
even more successful than the one a
year ago." said Mr. Ilyman. "Last
year we were more or less pioneering
and the idea of spending a summer
>.nation in Florida was novel to many
of I hose who received the cards in
tlier states. The momentum gained a
ness wore received from many sources
at the close of tho campaign.
The local office of the Florida
Power and Llghl Company has receiv-
ed lame supply of the cards and
they are now available for distribu-
tion. As was the procedure a year
ago. customers may obtain the cards
at the company offices, add a person-
al message of invitation and the com-
pany will pay the postage on all out
Of siate cards mailed at the office.
The cards are not being sent to long
will mean something if tho proper
public co-operation is enlisted and
judging from our experience of a year
mailing lists. "We feel thaf n card
sent to someone personally known by
n Floridian will have more weight,"
said Mr. Ilyman. "These invitations
ago. this support will be forthcoming."
T.ast year's campaign received wide-
spread support from newspapers, radio
stations, business and commercial in-
stitutions, civic clubs and civic lead-
ers as well as other residents.
Supporting the campaign will be a
series of newspapers advertisements.
rehearsing some of Florida's smin.
time advantages and urging eus,^
to avail themselves of the oppottaT
to increase summer tourist businJ
in their communities. Radio pmsra"
will be presented over sUtlom |n j?
oral key cities. Billboards, in^"
cards and window displays a||| ai*
be utilized in the campaign.
The Jewiah interest | Hic ^
as participants and as patrons hi,
long been rucognized. Thus the ,,.
poser Richard Strauss ,,,.,. ^^^
"How can I be Snti-Setiii ;,. W|,eB j
know thut without our Jewish friend,
all our opera-houses and concert halls
would be more than half empt/P
w.
MAR KUT
I'uRSf PHONE3-413;
---------* I -.... -..- in- -ii i< ,, i (fin ^ ill (11*41 (|
nagOgtie. It was Indeed gratifying to year ago should stand us in good -lead
see the marvelous cooperation of the
teacher* throughout the year. They
came religionary every Sunday and
without thought of compensation,
worked assiduously toward the spirit-
ual and moral upbuilding of our ohil-
ren, Tokens of appreciation were
presented to them and to the members
of our choir,
RABIN'S COMMENT
Rabbi Max Shapiro will leave for
his annual vacation Monday. June
I3th. Anyone desiring consultation
with the Rabbi please communicate
with him before the date mentioned.
The Rabbi will be in Ins office every
this year ami repetition of tho Invita-
tion should bear oven greater results."
A year ago. Florida communities
mailed nearly I'fKi.OOO of those cards
and report! of increased summer busi-
morning from 8:80 to 11:00 and
every afternoon from .1 :(K) to 0 ; A REEEAH SHI.AEMA
We express our hopes and prayers
for a speedy recovery to Mrs. M. Ar-
nold and to Mrs. Mendel BoheJnberg
who are ill at a local hospital. May
the Almighty send them a Refuah
Shlaema."
Camp Wohelo for Girls
85 miles from Washington, D. C; SO miles from
Baltimore, Md.; In the heart of the Blue Ridj
Msuntains.
NINTH SEASON
OPEUS JULY 1st
For information to-
you and your daughters,
write or phone
Bertha Berkowich Levy
OWNER and DIRE( TOR
I 165 S. W. 15th Street
MIAMI. FLA,
Phone I i >jj
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